19 Episode results for "Ristori"

War of the Roses: Who's hair ties were they?

Dave Ryan's War of the Roses

09:59 min | 1 year ago

War of the Roses: Who's hair ties were they?

"The. One Point Three Katie. This is the day Ryan chose or of the Rosen sprats. You buy totally tanner. Might find yourself on Venus one by calling into winsome amazing. Yeah where my going. Well you might be winning of like I. Dunno, like a new one of those green egg barbecue grills. You might win one of those. Something like that or the worst of the scenarios, you could be unworthy roses. And missy finds herself in the worst scenarios right now I'm missy. Why did your dog Conan? Alert you to the idea that your boyfriend? Sam might be cheating. What's going on? I pull. My Dog. COENEN got sick and. Would not eat and so be took him to the vet and the vet found like a whole bunch of hair ties of his stomach. And they had to operate. them out awful. Yeah, and it's also super weird because my hair is very very short. I never you here I can't use. So short and it's been that for like ten years. Where did he get all of these hair ties? So you sit in your email that as soon as the doctor walks out of the room and says their hair ties I'll be right back. You look at Sam. And what was the discussion with? Sam Wants. The doctor left the road. What you say! I was like Damn. How. How is it possible that Conan would get a hold of a bunch of hair ties? Like you know I don't use them, so what like? I know he hasn't been around any hair ties around me so like. Where have you been doing like? Where did you go? Where did you take Conan? Like how who hair ties RV showed? Suspicion is while you are at wherever you might be work or yoga or down at byerly. Is that he sneaking off with somebody and taking cone and along, and then he he's. He's like doing something. He shouldn't be in Conan's route, and around in her bedroom or the bathroom, eating hair ties. I just thought of something. Though. Is it possible that they're not hair ties I mean when the doctor took him out. Did they show them to you and they're definitely hair ties. Because what if it was something stupid, rubber bands, or what else could? Iran's. Was it definitely hair ties? One hundred percent hair ties. Well that leaves that out. visit could have been like I. Don't know why it couldn't be lifesavers because those would dissolve trying to think. Is there anything else shaped like a hair time? I've been trying to figure that out like I. Don't want to be hair ties. Milk Carton rings. Yeah, that would really work either. Yeah, but I see what you're saying. Okay, so we've we've established. They are hair ties. And what does what is Sam say he's like. I have no idea. What a guy you know! Maybe they were somewhere in the housing. Need realize. Maybe they were in the garage or something. You know if we didn't know they were there maybe with I mean. How would they get their it? I Don I it doesn't make sense to well. Let's say you moved into like moved into a house and under the stairwell or under the front porch. There's a bunch of hair ties, and then I mean that's not very likely. Most likely explanation really is that. Unfortunately, he was somebody else's house or so we shouldn't be. There was a lot of hair ties. This'll weirdest thing ever because I'm sitting here. Thinking No, you don't want that to be the most logical. The logical reasoning that's still pretty far fetched hopefully and dogs eat the weirdest things number. One time I was going through going through the backyard cleaning up dog poop. We had collie and there was a pair of Susan's underpants embedded in the colleagues poop. I'm like okay. I mean luckily they pass. She was a Collie. All Right? Let's do this recall. Salmon, the second ORIG- call Salmon. Say Hey, we're from your phone company. Guess. What did he give you? Some roses of you take this survey and most guys in most women probably be like. Oh Gal, take a survey for something free and we'll do the survey. We'll say great. Who Do you WANNA send roses to chances are? He'll send him to you. But if there's something going on and I'm probably going to send him to somebody else. That's when we bust him. But. Sam just for doing the survey, you win a dozen roses, and we're going to send those out for you what we have to get courses the address and the recipient's name so what? Is the recipients name? Your free yeah totally. We partner with a company, and they're giving these roses, and our is our ways. Thank you for taking the time out of your day to participate in our survey, oh. Well yeah to. Out A card or anything a little note. I don't know. I. Love You Sam. The? On the spot. With something for card other than. Love you. UNCREATIVE, but it works the message, is there I you know what really works and this is boy? Do I have a little bit of a shock? Here for Ya? A little bit of surprise, Sam, you didn't just beat somebody from your phone company and you really did not win. Roses my name's Dave Ryan and I work at Katie. WBZ We do the morning show. That's fallon there. That's not abby from your phone company at all. We were testing U.. Testing you to see if you would send roses to your girlfriend, missy. As opposed to who that's, that's what it is all about wondering. Okay and guess, who here's the funny part gas? WHO PUT US up to this? To. Call you to put you to test. Now I'm worried. It's Missy I. Don't think my friends would do that. We're. Ever. Thought about that. No, it's missy. Missy say hi to Sam so he knows you're there. Hi? What are you doing? What you were doing. You know. Getting you three flowers that I can't take a lot of credit for and that now donate. Let's back up a second here Sam because every story like this has a beginning and this story began. When Conan it got sick and. And got sick and the that found a bunch of ties MIA CONAN's belly up and they took them out. They showed him to you. They're definitely hair ties and so MRIs like where these hair ties come from right and you. You don't know I. Sorry I can't believe like I'm on the radio talking about my dogs operation. Yeah, so Conan a bunch of heritage sites we don't wear. They came from I guess. The implication is or the suspicion. Is that I like taking the dollar to another woman's place or something I don't know where those types game from. They could have been from around the house or in the garage, or maybe spend left down I I don't really know. But I assume she's fun. What are we? What is this? When he think that I possibly had like you're with the dog all day, I ever leave with them for more than fifteen minutes, which is be some superheroes. Full that off. So when is this like mystery window of time? happening. Commit. True. If, you're never away from the dog for more than fifteen minutes. then. How could he take her over to? You? Know Lake. Whoever's house? But. It could be a simple as this guys I mean I- weird things have happened. Yeah, and there's always an extra. If you're really innocent, then then you got the you didn't do anything. This reminds me the time. I've told the story million times. There was a brochure for gay men who are married that haven't come out that my wife found in our guest room. Room and she was like. How did this get there? And I said I didn't put it there. There's gotTa be a logical explanation, but there it is yeah brochure for married men who might be gay, and she finds it in my house and the only married man in the house. Yeah, how did it get there and I called row we should we should have. Seen where you sat roses, buddy. Right, but no, it was true because my. At my nephew had gone down to sex. World found this her, and he left it in there as a joke, but I think back on that story, and I wonder if my nephew wondered whether he was gay, I realized. That he forgot, it didn't WANNA. Take it home anyway. If there's a logical explanation for and he didn't do it, it's I. Mean Anything's possible. Somebody could have had a bag, a hair ties and threw it over your back fence in your dog founded in eighty four. You ever saw them not likely, but it is it possible again or maybe you're? I don't know maybe in the back of the car yet of used car and maybe somebody had left hair ties in the back. You never know, but are you satisfied? Then MRI that he wasn't cheating with somebody else. Told Ristori where they came from, but I mean. To me. That's pretty clear. Yeah, I agree. Well I forgive you Sam. Well. Good talking to you through the radio I. Want to hear more about this brochure. This is this is. It wasn't mine.

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Ep. 184 - SuperLife: Rediscovering Herbs, Creating Sustainable Business, and Barukas with Darin Olien

Almost 30 Podcast

1:45:07 hr | 2 years ago

Ep. 184 - SuperLife: Rediscovering Herbs, Creating Sustainable Business, and Barukas with Darin Olien

"A strong essence and a strong body and a strong will and a strong passion. We have the opportunity to not be without pain and suffering, but potentially get through it and to optimize the difficulties in turn them into opportunities. So therefore, you live a life that overcomes this things. You're listening to the almost thirty podcasts a lifestyle podcast hosted by Christa Williams and Lindsay Simsek. Tune in for new episode every Tuesday to hear honest conversations about topics like wellness. Entrepreneurship spirituality and self development with guests who are really smart, really inspirational. And really funny. It's real it's raw in its unfiltered, inspired by our transition from our twenties to our thirties. We realized it's so much more than that our mission is to find you with the tools guidance and motivation to help you now the gate any transitions in your life and hell your personal. Thanks so much for tuning into the almost thirty podcasts. Here we go. Hello. Hi. Welcome back to the podcast. Happy to have you twenty nineteen thirty years old. It's true. I'm thirty one baby. I'm thirty one in a more beautiful than ever wearing pants that I've loved this look on you. It's a really good luck. You love this one word to describe. It's me though, chic I'm wearing thick wool socks from my dad old sneakers. Joggers that have stains all over them. And I have there too big. So I had to tie up with a rubber band. So they have like a big not in the front, and then my sweater has a big hole, right? By the thought that was bought that way big hole right by the netball, my jackets peeling, so cheap. The jacket is giving me they all the feels the jacket is Bob's this jacket is so vibes. But hey, it says you know, what it says? You know, what it says, I'm vegan? It does off a. It's so does these shoulders should be because it's like should be weather. So it's like it's doing something weird. How it happened? All of a sudden. Yeah, I lead dust. Justin says he's a Yuli trail wherever you go of something. Turmeric true, peeling jackets crumbs, smell we solve the mystery. But that was a mystery that was him Ristori. I have to work all over my house. I got it on my favorite sweater to. And I was Justice. His mom was having a fit that you got humor comes butter. She just wanted to get it out. No. When mom's wanna do what moms do best. They will not stop at anything would especially when it comes to laundry. I think she washed four times all even really care about this. I get all my mom, just so many loads of laundry, yo when we're home, and I almost wanted to which I I'm so appreciative of I wanted to say, we should save some water. I know Justin. Z could do that. Just because you can't doesn't mean you shouldn't. I know I know I went downstairs to put something in the wash, and my dad's underwear was just like folded there. I'm like memories than there. Forever yet got so much onto where for Christmas? He raise frayed voice. Do not get new underwear ever as then I'm till their balls or hanging out a whole. I'm like, you need this as I said, I'm like what can happen when your parents stopped by new underwear socks. You buy for him. I that for you my mom bought it for my dad forever. Yeah. I remember that made me marranos little oh, dad deserves more than underwear. Oh, I would. I'd be like mums the worst like now. I get it. Yeah. Oh because they wouldn't get themselves. They wouldn't. And it's more like on my dad. He's incapable himself the surprise every year. Yeah. Yeah. He'd be like all this is the underwear. My mom would be like. Talking to top dollar t my mom about nears resolutions. I was like, oh, you know, just like have fun. I'm like what's your nears resolution, and she's like well haven't really thought about it. But probably something for my health. And I'm like, oh, cool. We're going to get somewhere. I'm like, oh, you know, more vegetables or something. She's like probably just just don't wanna go on hospital again. And I don't wanna die last year was really hard. That's a start. It's just I was like, you know, what it's hey, same scenario aerial view. Yeah. Honestly what? Same because my mom actually was like in hospital last year. But hey, she ain't now not making fun of that. But that you don't wanna die as your resolution. Lot of people have a fear of death. Why I don't know. I know. There's nothing worse than living. It is painful. Painful at times, it's a tight shoe baby. It's tight she got a web it off. Sit tight shoe on my God last night. I was in Kunda Leany yoga, and we were all there is this. So they did an hour and a half chant for so ninety minute chance Pacific chanting before I got there. So there was like a bunch of people already in the room. I know they do all the time. And there was a woman that had, sir. Little spot set up in the corner, and she had a little girl who's probably four in the corner with her and her little girl had like a little blanket, and like toys and stuff, and so they stayed for this one. So and they stayed after two I don't know how long they were there they stayed for the class which was an hour. And at the end, we're doing some actually didn't never heard the song. And I can't repeat it. But it was like a chant of some sort which I was singing during the time because it's repetitive. So you can sing it. But then it's like deta, and it's like Hudd Hudd Hudd and little girls. Like, we'd be everyone would be like Hudd Hudd Hudd, and she'd be like had had had. I wanted to bash my head on the floor. It was so cute and she'd say at thirty seconds late like we'd all be like moved on they cut Hudd Hudd. Like, oh my God. How how cute it was so cute come on? Also. Shouldn't have your child at Kunda, Lena, five hours a day. Ours. Gonna say I'm like is this just a special occasion for the new year? Or what honestly, hey, don't be alarmed by my sweater. I'm not alarmed if not as low to the nipple as you said, my nipple out of it. Warning was like Justin does this make you like if you saw girl like this? Would you be horn? He's. I do that all the time. Like what about this? What if you summit, but crack? He says no every time I need to know. Exactly. What makes people? Like give you the tip of my nipple coming out of my sweat, would you know, that'd be a great like nude like if you're in the office, and you're just like you just did like one little square who's like. So funny. Oh my God. I had to tell you. So we talked about this a little bit in the group chat. But the the troll in the secret Facebook group. Oh, there wasn't a chore. But there was someone that got accepted to the group and. Said some two there was like a few things they said, we're wild. It wasn't mean to anyone it wasn't negative to anyone or anything like that. It was just kind of wild yell the girls in our grew. Our kill me kill me. The actually like kill me. So this girl says something real wild. It's like pretty sexual very sexual like like, you pay someone in a chat room to say this kinda shit to you and the girls in our group literally so non-judgmental, they're like, that's amazing. You go girl. They're like, I'm so glad you said this. I'm like a lot of all my God have done this to. But never wanted to say like, honestly, there was like fifty supportive ass. Kind. Non judgmental comments to this like person that probably lives outside the country that is like scheming for Crete. Wow. It was the funniest thing. And there was like they commented on someone's thing. They're like make sure you orgasm. Loops sorry. Oh, really? Yeah. Oh, really? Yeah. Yeah. And like people were liking it because they're just being sweet like literally there was like I was like you guys. Like nothing cracks you nothing. Like, even like, an internet troll will not crack you guys and make you judgmental. I wonder what it was. I mean, we're like who. Yeah. I know I'm like who would because it's hard. It's hard on our end to to moderate and Mont or monitor because you know, we don't there's not like there are rules of the group, quote, unquote. But we want all different types of people. But like when you come. That's what I showed you. Raleigh. Oh, this girl's going in at the comment was kind of like, all right? I was like she's going in. But I want to keep an eye on it because it was like borderline where it wasn't. It would be something that you would may be text your husband and say, you know, or like partner boyfriend grow forever. You've checked your partner saying private, and you probably wouldn't tell a group of eight thousand nine thousand strangers, you know. It was like it was so wild. I was literally dying. You guys are fucking. Larry's and there was like one person a month or so ago this girl's like help. I had this crazy to- fungus. There's like eighty comments a I saw you guys go so hard until fungus up. I've got some input. And also use teacher oil. No. I mean, I love the group for that very safe saying whatever the fuck, but literally also are very protective. Yes. And so we want to make sure that the conversations were having an the commenting is. I don't know not not about you know, labia and whatever. Yeah. It was just a borderline because you're like, I'm cool, and I'm open. But also will once I saw that comment. I was all right. What's happening here? And like everyone was like cool. I was very cool. And then I saw an I looked searched the name because I wanted to see what was happening. And there was another post that was like borderline like that. And then I forget it said it was. Still it was wild. And then there was comments being made on other posts that were like on wild too. So. Gotta make. Except executives is a maiden. Blocked him whatever. Who knows? That's the thing. We don't know if it's a kind. I don't know who you are. Well, I'm trying to think like what? Yeah. I mean, your some some Perv is like at home like. I wonder if that would turn them on more that the girls like if you're a Perv, and you create an account to join a group, and you said that I wonder if it turns you on more when people are scared of you 'cause you're that fucked up or if it turns you on more that everyone's being so sweet they're like, no, this is not. Honestly, they're like beasts cares. Literally like softens their Boehner. Exactly. Okay. And people are like, wow. That's interesting. I've never thought about that. Good for you like everyone's Louis like you great. Keep it up. Fuck. Yeah. And then also recently I've been thinking about and we've kind of experienced where people are borderline inappropriate with us in person. And then. I'm not gonna to specific. But we had a meeting and the person was just acting a little bit. It was the first time we were meeting them and try to it was a man. And he was he was gay. And there was just a lot of inappropriate co Hon knees. A lot of inappropriate comments, and it wasn't. It wasn't directed towards us. But the fact that these is conversation was happening was inappropriate. And because it was the first time meeting, and it was kind of a quote unquote, important meeting, and we were nervously laughing the whole time. I was I I had to bre- play in my head. What the fuck was going on. I was like what the fuck is going on. Like, what was like it the when he started talking about like like murder? Being someone in. It was like a joke about like it was just like what? Yeah in how did you get here? Man. You don't. I mean, how the book did you get to where you are speaking like this. It's also an old he's older. And I think that a lot of shit ridges shit shit made. Sure, we knew. Yeah. That's the other thing. That's actually one of my top five pet peeves of all time hundred. If you give me numbers about personal things in your life. I'm out. But. It was I think for so long in certain industries. There was a pass for a lot of people. Yes. And now, obviously with the whole metoo movement and beyond it is not allowed to fly. How ever we were just having this conversation about what if he was straight and commenting on things like that. Yeah. Cheers, just two women. So it was just a really interesting. Thing to think about one hundred percent. I want to be quicker. I guess I was too busy. I was processing because I couldn't it wasn't sexist necessarily. It wasn't racist necessarily it was just wild. And I had no idea what he was saying. So it's not like, I even say something, but besides like look on comfortable and kind of lake continue to steer the conversation back to what I wanted to fuck it talk about. Like a half hour of our meeting was about that was like a sitting there like Dole's? I think it's a good lesson. Yeah. For sure where like you said I wanna be quicker. I wanted direct the congress station I'm down to have a good time in laugh in and kind of like fuck around in a meaning for like half of it. That's fine. They make fun of myself. But just so long as we get around to it. And it feels productive and connected. It just felt one-sided, you know, so. And that's the thing with like more women becoming executives more women in government and more women in leadership. Roles is that like us don't see a woman coming in saying inappropriate shit like that journey mean like I've literally been to hundreds of meetings at jobs, and I have never one time had a female walk into a room and say something that made anyone uncomfortable. Not that I'm saying it doesn't happen. Because it definitely does. Does it does all the time? I personally have never had that experience. It happens all the time. I'm sure, but in my experience, it's always been men that have said something that has could make someone uncomfortable in the room. Sometimes I feel like they're testing the waters. I think people like even last she. Yeah. But if they can get away with a laugh that's a little inappropriate, and we laugh than they're like, okay? Next level told. Here we go. Dick jokes, literally. I wanna fuck in the bathroom. What? Maybe. That was wild less. Put about women kind of moving up and becoming executives. I was having a brief conversation with someone in my, you know, a relative stratosphere, and they were mentioning that. It was kind of tiring that unqualified women were becoming executives are higher ups. Just because they're women. Yeah. Totally totally. And I so I set white white men's favourite fucking conversation Rulli, and I said went on fair. Yeah. And or they're just tired of. And I said, well, the problem is that women who perhaps want to be in this industry that you're in or in that position. Don't have the example set for them for years and years like it just hasn't happened. So where do we start, you know, you have to and hopefully she will have the support of the men and women around her to release exceed and maybe won't be perfect. But it has to start somewhere. You know, it really like there has to be an example for young girls who are sixteen and thinking about their career like oh, wow. She did that or you know, like it has to start somewhere, and it's not gonna be like perfect like these. They're navigating it for the first time, by the way, some of like there. Our strategy or tactics might be a hundred times better than even doing it for the last fifty years. So move over for a second. You know, it was just an interesting, and I wasn't like heated. I was just and an bay proceeded to say, oh, I didn't think about it. Like that. Good. Oh that there wasn't. There's an example. But I was also trying to understand how they were feeling. And I think it's. An intimidation, insecurity, and the men always want it to be right. So if they're not fully qualified for the job, they shouldn't get it. You know, like there's this rightness, and I don't know you got to leave room for things to change. And evolve. With. That's if I'm like, what are you talking about like, you're literally watching the fucking news and you're tired like you're literally not on the front lines. You're not doing shit. You know, what I mean to actually be a part of the conversation. That's happening. So it's always so annoying. It's like, you're literally robots sheep, and you're repeating what someone else is telling you that they're you know, like what he tired of like the women are tired of being led by these old men reptiles. Said it reptiles. Half of our episodes in two thousand nineteen is to rip DeLeon. Just I had to drop it's like slowly gonna happen. Hopefully, this gets on June's. Gotta worry about it episode today. Oh, man. We have Darren olien Darren Owen is on the podcast. He is the SuperFood hunter. Not sure if you've heard not sure if you've heard also Bruyas, which we talk about our my favorite snack to travel for they're the best. Like, I love them like there. And this is your this is sponsored they are better for the environment. They're part of a process that is sustainable, and they're so good. They fewer calories than most nuts. I I love them. The only not right now delicious. Yeah. Like, I can eat a whole bag. It's one hundred fifty calories when that for anything else would be to fifty three hundred. I'd say it's the perfect plane food. Yeah. Oh, yeah. Dry can travel with it ate it all the time. During is also the author of super life. So he gives you five simple fixes that will make you healthy fit and internally. Awesome. I think it is about the simplifying which is cool about Darren, you know, it's not about these complicated programs or diets, or whatever I he really breaks it down simply so that we can start today. Yep. He is. So knowledgeable about sustainability about the environment about creating healthy companies and healthy products for us as the people that are purchasing them for the consumers and also for the growers the farmers, so he has a wealth of knowledge and experience he's been in the health food industry for a long long time. And he was just so such a gem it was so great to have him on the podcast and kind of share information about his new book super life, and then about Barack Obama's which we know in love, John. I just want to mention we recorded this just a little while ago. But since then Darren lost his home in the Malibu fire. So we just send our love his beautiful home. About. Yeah. He has this beautiful land plot with his beautiful foam in Malibu that he felt so deeply connected to and unfortunately, his was one of the places that was affected by the fires, which is tragic, but his dog is okay. So that's good. We love Darren thank you for being on. You. Hope you guys enjoyed this episode. Thank you so much for all of your rating and reviewing that has been going on recently will share a review on the other side of this episode. But it really means so much to us, and we just started our your podcast program. And it's been incredible. We have an incredible group. But just so, you know, if you have a podcast or maybe thinking about starting a podcast, we do have separate resources on your podcast pro dot com that you can download separately. And I think I know it will be very useful to you. Yes. Iraq is enjoy. Do you think there's ghosts that your house? We're on by the way. Yes. Well, I mean, I think listen when I went through the first day. This is what I did. I went around going. What's the problem? Why is no one? Why am I here that that this is even possible? I got the tour wins a shoe gonna drop. How is this fifty acres? What's going on? I put my hand Zulu realtors around put my hand on the ground. And I sat there just felt it. And I was like oh my God. I could feel it. It was like this relationship. And so I'm like, okay, then I'm gonna do everything physically possible in my reality. It's not gonna be on me. It's got to be a lot bigger than me for me to get this place. So I'm gonna do everything. And work my ass off to get and I did. And it was hard. It was old place. Those fifty acres so the banks and all that stuff. They look at. Okay. If everything goes south were buying land a lot of land with a house. So what's the land worth? What's the house worth? What's all of that stuff? And then it was old, but it's charming old just knew little love. And and then, you know, I got extorted at the end from this the divorce a of the of the guy who selling the house the trustee like it was so gnarly. It was one of the things like how bad you want the test like that energy of like, okay? You felt that? But. I'm gonna spit a bunch of people out of if the person's not showing up and being a part of this thing because I'm like, I don't own that place. There's a full-on huge mountain lion. A male NF Email that frequent and you don't seem outlines I know horse tres that have been in the in the in the deal for thirty plus years, they've never even seen amount line. And I've seen one four times. Do you think they're friendly? Or like are you scared of them? Like, what is new? I guess you have to be scared. They look they look at you. And you know, there's that moment really like what's going to happen. Right. And then it's it's you know, it's that thing where if you put enough fear anger, or I'm gonna dominate you than that. You're just do just turning on their fight, gene. So I I just go complete respect. Zone at the same time. I got a machete and I got a dog, and I don't I don't hike without a machete. And I know and I listen to the birds when they changed their songs, and I start to vibe it out. And so there's times I felt the mountain lion. That sure enough there. It was doesn't have all the time. But two years I've seen it three or four times. You worry about your dog ever when he's with me with me like he's here. Like, he like, he's he's loyal to me. He definitely wants to go protect in the lunged a little bit. And I call them off. But he's you know, he doesn't run around on his own. He does that's not a German shepherd. They aunt they liked to be plus with the master, you know, not master out of dominant. But there is an alpha or then you have to you have to set really quickly with German shepherd puppy. Yeah. Then they'll test you. Test test test test us because they'll want to be an it's like a child. Right. The child with test you until like what's line? You know, show me the line. I'm gonna I'm gonna run all over you. Dogs children guys. Give him. Darren olien. We're so excited to have you here lean. Oh, wait. It's okay. No one knows that. It's a it's a. Everyone to you Norwegian thing. Oh, so we came over. And it was a lean. It was double A L I E N. Okay. Which when you come to America in English? It's eight million. So true. Well, true. But rather not. I mean, there's still some o- leans in Norway, and I don't know how. But they they definitely change it. Does your family come over those a couple of generations? Yeah. My grandmother came over on a covered wagon across the Dakotas and fed Indians and stuff when she was. She was young. Yeah. Cool. Verbally told us that story. Then wrote it down have it. Yeah. It's probably where you got your love nature. Incredible. So we'd love for you to introduce yourself to our audience of them that do not know you. Well, hey, you know years ago, I was given the title given and create my own SuperFood hunter. So that's part of what I do run around the planet looking for notes fruits for the simple reason of getting greater Newt nutrients to people and transparently doing it with indigenous people directly and understanding the transparency of how that is. I come from small town in Minnesota, a come from a father that was an agricultural professor at the university of Minnesota. So I come from kind of the boot collar roots and look people in the eye. So when I started, you know, I have a undergrad degree in physiology nutrition the masters in psychology and the nutrition and physiology part came by way of getting hurt playing college football. Yeah. So then I it depressed me. And then I coming out of. Of that. I said, hey, what am I study? What a concept one study the thing that I enjoy. And then I got so curious about it started digging into that stuff. And then I started looking at food systems. I started looking at nutrients, and then I started well, these not these aren't normal. And I started seeing how people didn't really do that well from a manufacturing standpoint from a formulation standpoint. And so I started doing myself, and then in that the ethics in the morality of that I just didn't see another wave not showing up to country of origin, not going to Amazon not going to mountain tops in the jungles and everything between of of the things that I was interested in the of the botanical. And so that's how it happened. And so in that pursuit, I've met a lot of people in the sustainable world. I've met a lot of people doing good. Things around the planet middle of cool, functional doctors working in similar spaces. So my main goal really is. I mean, it's it's funny that my book is actually super life. But really when you dig under my DNA of why do what I do is I want I literally want people to live is great as they decide to to live, and my point of view is because I suffered as a kid I was two three three and a half pounds when I was born so at some complications. And so when when I realized that DNA of a really that the the world as we know it is kind of dangerous, and and tough and I was vulnerable. So so that part of it for me was workout. I got stronger when I was a kid eat better. It affected me my brain, my health, and then that got in me. Right. So that kind of idea. Of like, oh, this isn't set. I don't have to run around being vulnerable and frail and fragile and sick. And all of these things you have you can do something about it. So that whole the whole ideas, if we have a strong essence, and a strong body, strong will and a strong passion, we have the opportunity to not be without pain. It's offering but potentially get through it and to optimize the difficulties in turn them into opportunities. So therefore, you live a life that overcomes those things and therefore gets you on a mountain top in is like a hard hike on a mountain. Well, if you stop you never get to see the view. So that's kind of you know, that's kind of my Deanna just I just wanna do I had to sound. So I don't wanna sound. So like. You know, I don't want that is what fuels may it's not without scars. It's not without pain. It's not without you know. No Golic father screaming at me giving me a scar might chan- like when I say all this. It comes by way of I see suffering. I've suffered people suffer. Let's minimize the suffering. Let's strengthen the body and a great way makes a lot of sense because we all know when we're not feeling great. What's what kind of stops you at your ability to dream in live a life? If you're on the couch, and you're tired and miserable. So underneath all that. I like to get out some grape panicles in the world. So that they can do the thing that they've been doing for ten to twenty thousand years, and that's one of my. Mike aereo cities in my. Adventures I like to go on. So anyway, that's a very long so it myself for the SuperFood. So the super food thing in the SuperFood hunter. I could I feel like I've I'm from Ohio so similar, and I've only become privy to them in the past five ten years, or maybe it's become a buzzword that I've been familiar with. But I can imagine if you started in college around that time was it called superfoods, and were you were you just noticing a trend or pattern in certain types of foods in the way that they affected your body. Or was it within your research? Can you talk to me about that? Good question. I think when I at thirteen I read something don't know how article in the Minneapolis Star Tribune, which was one of my first jobs actually, pay per boy classic. I saw this grapefruit cleanse my mom. Didn't even know it it get to this day, and she has no idea, but she got a bunch of grapefruits and all eight grapefruits. It was like a few days of disgraced fruits, and it was the first time at thirteen in in. Yeah. Who knows where they came from? Glowing. Glow. Blob? So so it was a first real time that I felt so significantly different in my body and my brain because I was downing five to six bottles old fashioned bottles of coke in just self medicating. You know this. I don't know if I was ADD ADHD, whatever it is. But I was that a resting heart rate at one point of a hundred twenty beats per minute. Oh my God. So at some thyroid shed some stuff that I was so so the your back to your point. So or your question was that that was some of the first kind of conscious and unconscious experiences that I had and then I picked up a dumbbell felt weak, and I was sixteen weighing hundred thirty five pounds. And then all of a sudden I started getting stronger in packing on muscle and everyone looked at me different. And then I started performing better in athletics. And and then. All of a sudden, you're like, oh, wow. There's a lot more we can do here than just. Okay. This is my life. My parents. And this is where I live and data. And this is how I feel and this is so so really a not, and then I wasn't necessarily looking at superfoods out in college. I I was I was definitely interested in physiology class and kinesiology and seeing how the body worked and and then nutrition like back there than we were like it's sixty to seventy percent carves in like, it was just all of the stuff. And I was like I was eating. I swear to God. I was eating college thirteen bagels day. That's like me on football Sunday. Everyday down. I found a little Jewish bakery able drive my motorcycle down there pick up the fresh batch. And because we did the nutritional analysis on them the bottom just from a macro perspective like clueless at the time. I'm like, oh, it's perfect. It's like sixty five percent carbs. So that's all. So it just ate them all day had a regular meals. Anyway. So so it wasn't like I was looking in the stuff done. But as certain point, I once I graduated I moved to Boulder, Colorado, I was dealing with some I went back to school at some rehabilitation stuff working one on one with people from physiological standpoint than doing some nutritional counseling. And then you start seeing like this lifestyle side of it. And then I was fascinated with kind of people's consciousness around it. So then I went back to school the from a psychological standpoint, and and that intersection of lake and then do my twenties like experimenting. And then I did I wa- FCA when I was it was in the nineties and hear about it got a guy guy at the gym. It was this weird dude in the mountains of boulder, and I had never done a drug. In my life. I barely gotten might sure got drunk. But of course, I did. But I was in college. I didn't go through college. But so I I just knew it like the plant spoke to me. But I went to said at then I just knew I was going to do it. So I did it. And then not I don't wanna make this about I walk because that's too big of a topic. But revealed something very clear to me. And obviously in that pursuit. I was formulating with stuff I was playing with stuff. And I just thought it was a hobby of mine, and I was giving it to people and giving it to try this try this and playing with formulas in and then I lost my father in two thousand five at so I moved out to California lost my to my father in two thousand five and then that was really kind of the for lack of a better way of saying it the man fully showed up in me. And and it was basically like could messing around not that I won't be silly. And craig. Easy and fun and all of that stuff. But the fully integrated passion purpose person inside of a clear knowing what I'm here to do. At least at least the start of it. That was an stead of dabbling around with this stuff. I need to really own it and to own what I'm seeing I need to own what I'm finding. And then that's when I really started traveling. I really started seeing the stuff, and then I just I come back with a hundred things at no one's ever heard of. And then I was like I bring this stuff out in the world. This is crazy. I literally feel like I'm discovering something we never discover anything. It's already discovered it's rediscovering in our feeble. Little minds are egos love to think that we discovered it. But it's not it's just a reinvigoration sometimes of herbs that are been, you know, losing the fight of culture and stuff like that a great friend of mine, Dr Mike. Eagle ballack. He's probably just gonna plug him. Because he's one of the greatest living Ethnos botanists of our time and has single handedly saved cultures and uses of medicinal plants around the world and his is just a a master Ballard. Michael Ballack, Allah. One of the secrets beauty secrets health secrets weight management's grits that I learned a few years ago moving to LA that I still stand by is collagen, it has really really helped to make my skin more even more plump. 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It's you know, you come in to a situation, and there is never been a situation, and I've been in corners of places that I definitely perhaps may be one of the only white people that certain people have seen, and I don't wanna dramatize that. Because it's not never case, but often mostly people have been burned by someone who looks like me, right. And over promised under delivered probably naive 'cause I earlier in my career. I was naive to. I was I God. Let's get that out there and what they walk away going. He's gonna get it out there. I have no idea. I haven't established any marketplace for this new thing like I have no idea, and I have a story to that. But it's it's too long to get into. But so every culture every village has got their own way of doing things in their own understanding of that. And and that's that's that's time. That's that's just a you have to meet sit down of able that's just number one. Like, that's just a must. That's from my point of view view want to any supplement company or any food company. If you're not eyeballing, the people that that are curing in growing, and harvesting and processing and handling your food and saloons than good luck. Because you don't know what you're getting. I've seen the best, quote, unquote standards on paper, and you're gone. You're in the facility on there's literally bird poop that's falling in like, you know, what I mean? It doesn't matter what the FDA this and GM p and all those things are important BAFTA mean place, but they have to be visualized in and worked on. And so anyway, so it can be everywhere from in Africa sitting around a tribe and meeting with the presidents of said tribe until hey, this is what we're thinking about doing. And is it cool, and what you need for it. And how does it work, and how do you wanna work with your this? This group of people in that, it's you know, like with the Baraka project, we were like all over Brazil and a landmasses size of three states of taxes, and then also bleeding into Brazil, and or excuse me Bolivia, so and every one of those fractions of the dishes, people are different. And they're also here's the other side. They're also human. So there's there's people that have extorted. There's people that have taken their spe- people that I've only had interest for themselves. There's political stuff. So it's not like they're infallible to having human skin the same throws. In fact. When they're dealing with. You know, we can go down the grocery store and get our food. They sometimes have to live data day, and derive. So when you show up with solar panel in Africa, they don't necessarily see the long term benefits of that. They strip it down on the wires and sell the copper wires today right now. So so you're dealing with this thing that and you can't give them a bunch of money that's over and above what they can perceive in receive. So you have to figure out through mill many, many, many meetings of all people. What is what is fair that they've gotten paid, and what is incentives that we can. Les into it? That reward them in ways that they haven't been rewarded before for example on the Bruecke thing. We we figured out what the fair wage was. They're all happy. It wasn't winning the lottery. But if you do this if you pick these up that are will wild collected. We will pay you for the lifetime of that tree. We will pay you for the next twenty thirty years. So we're creating value back in something that you're staring at every day. Instead of you being seduced by the cattle company who wanna wack down and have the categories on it or plant, unsustainable, corn soy and ruin your land. So so it's it's hard to straight up answer that so so you can have all the buzzwords and stuff, and you can do that stuff. But and that's great. And I think you have to work with these people. I think the supply is king in those kings or the farmers in the collectors in the people, and if that isn't solid it's just a ticking time bomb, this is not gonna work out. Then it's hard to you spend all this time marketing here in the states doing all this stuff and raising money in capital, all that stuff. And then you haven't spent enough time with the people and having relationships, it's just not responsible for my point of view. So I'm not spending spending a lot of time in those situations. And now, you know, that's just the women to do it. And it may not be fast and might not use easy. That's just the way it's going to be done, snow sustainable. Yeah. Yeah. Sure. A little bit about like what you're going up against in Brazil, specifically as it relates to farming. And like, I know in the meat industry. That's where most of the council are. That's where they're using most of the land of new taco, but about that. Suharto's been wiped out faster than any biomass. In the last forty years offer, those big aggregations, that's the scary thing. So it's almost like no regard for the specialities of that ecosystem, there's mandates by Brazil that if you own land, you basically have two categories there so much law's written in to emit. It's all about GDP, but they kind of position it. So that you. You can't be on that land milissa indigenous in it's worked this already in your own land or you're on it. But in terms of if we went out bought the land, they would pretty much make you do things that are related to big farm. Big Ag unsustainable. Practice them is all sustainable. So it's a sad thing. When you see the Suharto, what is gorgeous and beautiful in intimately related to the Amazon because the more unstable the southern part of Brazil, which is most of the Sahadi the more unstable at crates, Amazon and the biomass of the Sahadi was below ground. Largely few kinda flip it upside down. It would be as plush essentially from biomass perspective as Amazon so. So when you're cutting it down, you're you're creating that much more destruction less oxygen more imbalance NS being wiped out. So so so that is a so for us in like a mission when you find something as delicious as the nut. And where there's no barrier sensually to the marketplace to people enjoying them and getting the nutrients and all that stuff. And then you see it anchored literally in the ability for us to drive that engines so that those people can rely on those trees that are endemic to the area. And so that is inherent value back to them. So that they don't have to take this other option. If there isn't an economic balance, a sustainability, if you don't create a business that sustainable in terms of people buying that. It's just can't work because we've no so many NGOs that have thrown money at these people. We have a million dollars thrown out a chief of a of ten thousand people. It's like, you know, pick pick a family that we grew up with them. Mid midwest who makes twenty five thousand dollars year, give him a million dollars. You know that lottery reality when people get that much, and they don't have the financial muscle to manage. They will be further in deeper into unknown territory in often more depressed more unhappy. And that's what you can't do to indigenous people so throwing NGO money at people is definitely not sustainable. We feel like a the capitalism done transparently ineffectively as one that. It's rooted in us for in this example, planting more trees because the Sahara's being wiped out it Haret within selling the product. And we have to there is no way we can do it without working directly with the people are business does not exist. If we don't work directly with them, and for our point of view it. We don't wanna do it. If it's not supporting the environment because I can do other things I don't have to do this. So if I'm gonna do it and all my partners of the same way, we're gonna do it. We're going to do it. Right. And that's a great position to be. In is there's a lot of you know, things that aren't sustainable a lot of companies any marking so closely with these cultures. What have you seen to be the physical mental even like kind of spiritual benefits of of ingesting these types of superfoods like you've probably seen it firsthand. Just kind of curious like what you've seen from them using them for centuries. I mean, I think the first. I obviously one is the community around it the ritual of of of, you know, remember one of the first trips I took in two thousand three or four seventeen thousand feet in the Andes of Peru. But this little farming community. I wanted to see Maka. There was nothing else that grew there when you sit down with them eat, and they serve you different varieties of how they have they make their food. And now they prepare mauka and all that stuff in your your in your enjoying it from their perspective, and they're telling old practices of how they. Dealt with you know, spirits on the land. And what did they do wrong? When a crop went Ryan in how they from an ink in perspective how they dealt with it. So community is probably the first the first kind of obvious thing the community that surrounds every that's why folklore around all of these plants are just massive. It's just credible. Like, that's the that's the power. So it's this community surrounding kind of these plants that is is for me, the most obvious, and then there's the ceremonial aspect. We talked a little bit about Las Kob. Obviously, that's a very intense even before you drink ceremonial preparation that you're doing to prepare. To prepare number one, these two plants that are coming together to to eliminate oneself. And then you have things like. You know, rodeo LA in high in the sovereign area of Tabet, China even up into Russia where if to give a little just to get it. So it's getting stressed in its under things a great adapted in the world. So the synergy of food plants is so interesting that you can take this and the stress that it went under will give it it will give that essence to you. And thereby what are these great adapted Jin's? How is it that they're under the stress in our bodies are symbiotic with a right? So the the Maka Mayes Maka means in mauka help us regulator endocrine system. How is it that these kind of five forces or five flavors of Shas Andhra that has been used in traditional Chinese medicine for ten twenty thousand? Thousand years that it works on five constitutions of our of ourselves on our in our in our body and. Like all of them are night. Which is why I brought up Michael Ballack like he's intimately sitting down with, you know, forty fifty people throughout his career in their these people are dead, and that stuff would have been lost. And and it's all based in the ceremonial aspect of it. It's like preparing to receive something. It's like it's like anything you can can listen to someone and blow off with they're saying or actually listen to it and try it on. It's like anything in the plants are kind of the same way. And yes, there's some real science behind it too. But you know, and that's kind of what I like to carry forward a little bit. And I'd love to I'm horrible at it. I'd love to do a lot better and kind of show the transparent look at food and also. Herbs Matana coll-. So that you can see like where the stuff's really from. And how how is it that equality or can make it to you affectively? And that's kind of interesting fun way of thinking about how to how could you affectively do that kind of put a gopro on a? Ania show the. So what would what would someone living in Ohio? Where would they get rodeo law? Like, you know, what I mean like where could our listeners look to find some of these things that they can incorporate into their diet. That have been through a healthy sustainable supply chain. That's a that's the question of a lifetime. Because. I don't know some of these companies that are doing x y and z in and we try to have some watch groups out there, you know, but it's hard and American botanical council is a great organization, Mark Blumenthal. Who's a who's a friend? Chris Kilims, a buddy does a lot of work certainly focused a lot of on Iowa skin cannabis, and and CBD in all of that stuff. But certainly from a big perspective. American botanical council is great. At least. They're start educating yourself, and then it's hard to like. Okay rodeo. But do I need it. What is it? Good for. And that's kinda why I'm not I'm not here to plug the book. But that's why when Harper Collins said, hey, what SuperFood? Both do you wanna write? And I said I kinda wanna write on a foundational approach to eating and lifestyle and things because when you then come from that power. Position. And then because there is no elixir that will solve your problems. There's certainly no drug. We know that. So it's a it's a, and we know that too from Dan beat news work in Dr vaulter Longo and all these guys doing long deputies studies that it is not one thing. It is a multitude of things. So my point of view is that take care of your foundational aspects, you know, and then when you. 'cause you're gonna take care of. You know, for lack of a better way of saying it ninety nine percent of your problems, if you're sleeping well eating a lot of whole food plant based food if you're breathing. Well, drinking goodwater getting hydrated. And a huge thing is having great relationships people that support you people that uplift you, and and I would also say finding passions passions. Don't have to mean, they're going to put money in your pocket, but living from passionate perspective. We do know that it's a it's a long term good plan. Not only in the moment because we all know when you're passionate about something. You forget to eat your in the flows unit. Flow state, whatever like those types of things and then obviously lowering stress. Yes. But also, not just saying stress and people go. Yeah. Yeah. You're right. I shouldn't but stresses hitting us on a lot otherwise, right? Which is why also adapted. Great from that perspective stress from electromagnetic fields, which were just in this, massive experiment. Right now, we got wifi signals. We got all these electron IX blasting us. We are electrical, by the way. So we have a, you know, seventy thousand seventy million sell so many trillion cells, and they're all batteries, right? And so accurate picture works. Trying to break up stagnation from our electrical system. Like, we are conductive. So how is it that were not affected by all this electromagnetic fields while we are? So that's stressing us in a lot of different ways, the air quality, you know, that sixty nine. Ninety thousand new toxins are being omitted in our atmosphere. Every year of that ten percent or even tested, right? So shits raining down on us. So we're being stressed out on that way stuff in our water weird stuff in our food. So we're under stress kind of all the time, which is a weird thing for us. So we have to get back to my point of view is just don't uncle freaky about it. But try to slowly eliminate and down regulate some of the stuff and then up regulate some of the habits up regulate some of the water the goodwater and sleep. Well, and turn off the WI fi. When you go to sleep in all that stuff. So he mentioned breath work at love to know, kind of how that has changed your life. And in what way you incorporate that, gosh, let's bub big one. So you know, we all heard that. Meditation and stuff like that. But I guess from an active person. It was finally when my buddy Brian MacKenzie Laird Hamilton. We heard of this guy Wim off the Ice, Man. Now, everyone knows of Wim and we saw doing it years ago. And we're like, oh, this is this is performance based so Rick from a recovery standpoint to a preparation standpoint. And we just do these long. We I went through his complete program tripping out at practices from performance standpoint. And then the the result of that was I was having all these kind of lucid experiences from a deep meditative standpoint, just as as a kind of off gassing of the of the work, and then it just continued to evolve, you know, we got to know whim. He we spent some time with women. We did some other weird shit with him with breathing. Ding. And then kind of up till now a doing a constant. I do every day every morning. It's activates my brain. But now Patrick mccune wrote the oxygen advantage got to know him sort of doing that very very important on nose breathing were the only mammals so from a dog and the dog needs to regulate body temperature. So it has to breathe through the mouth. But we are the only ones aside from that dog that brief through our mouth, and it keeps us in that stress state. So those breathing the exchange within the knows crates natural nitric oxide, which is a a dilated or that opens up blood flow and good for the brain interns on Patou itary all of that stuff. So and then helps to deal with kind of the build up of CO two. And that's usually the impetus. Of of needing to breathe it's the build up not the lack of oxygen? So we've been experimenting with nose breathing. Now changed my life completely. I I work out with with knows knows breathing all the time, and we do some breath holds on X sales and do a bunch of stuff. And then we do a lot of in the pool training over the last ten years, hold your breath. I don't know. It's usually under stress that was like one of the it is, but we're usually doing something. Okay. So it's usually involves some heavyweight pulling down to the bottom of the pool can't breath, or we'll do it on an ex hail. So when you act HALE, and you start something all the bells are going off ready like what the hell you doing breathe. So then you're dealing with. The underwater stuff is tricky because. It's a you have to remain calm, and you can't freak out. 'cause you're you're you're underwater number one. And number two. Is you burn your oxygen really fast? When you're stressed out of like fighters, any kind of boxers UFC guys big weight trainers who come in the pool. They really don't have a good time in it's hard for them to click into that. Okay. I gotta do very hard movement underwater and stay calm because the that's the only way I'm gonna get through it. So and then learn Gabby started this now they have certifications and things like that. And they do groups in the I'm still one of the advisers on, but it's called experti-. So extreme, I don't I think it's still extreme performance training, or whatever it is. But so that came out of a decade of us playing in the water, and we still do that's one of the greatest workouts ever. Yeah. You know, what the reasoning is for why you like the lucidity happens in y you like you're able to almost tap into vicious and stuff, you know, what that is. Way beyond my pay grade of neuroscience, but I definitely know from a high dopamine perspective and an almost tapping the door of creating natural GMT within the brain. Because of those doors got opened with Iowa SCA. It's it's a similar an, and that's where the kind of cool part of it is I don't need to do. I walk again one time. No. This weekend. Did it once but the plant as weird as it is? But if you done I'll ask it's not weird the plant of very clearly said, thanks for coming, basically. And you never need to take again. I didn't listen to that. So. Really, really bad. Several and I almost it was almost a straight jacket thing. Like, it was I wasn't Heidi more. I was I was not functioning in this reality. Very well. That was really bad. Well, I have the utmost respect, I I come away with. I definitely I'm not a proponent of everyone needs. Do. I wa- skin life would change. No. That's not true. There's a lot that goes on to that a lot. And who's doing it? How they're doing how you're prepared in your reason tension. Yeah. My attention completely the first one was knowing unsought deep level. And I did it had the greatest reveal ever. Moreover, it was just acknowledging self. So the end of the day. It was a dramatic. Sure. But it also wasn't very because it's because that's told me for the viewers you won't Bill see this. But I'm putting my hand up to face in. What what basically showed is. It's right there at all times. It's not way over here. I o Oscar gonna throw the door open. You're lost without in. It's gonna take you all this need to go. See a grew to find yourself and all that bullshit, which I've spent time doing so sometimes you need to go through that stuff. I've hung around a lot of weird people in my twenties and stuff and so at thirties in hell. So my friends are weird. So. So I have a lot of respect for end. So back to the breath. There's a reason why the yogis and the Kunda Leany in the Yogi buzz on's and all these people have come to go. It's about the breath. If you actually do it. And it's it's kind of funny that we got there through its performance, we're gonna perform better, but the reality is that end a deeper sense of self and it just for me. I do it every morning at turns my brain on it lightens up. Call my pituitary. Qian's my mind drives me inside. And not from my point of view. If you don't if you don't do something like that every day this world is just distracted in so many ways, and he'll just wake up one day on who the fuck him. I, you know. So I like to be very proactive now about who. I am what I'm doing where I'm going who am a hanging out with one of my generating what I wanna create, and what am I here for at least in the way that I perceive now, and that's a that's the thing that I owe OSs can people who are done at three hundred times. It's hey to each their own. But I see that as a as a thing people are doing I don't see it as a. I don't. See it as an integration. Austin? But again, people are different, you know. But for me, one time a few times showed me a hell that I would never wear wish upon anybody. And so, yeah, I come into it with more respect. Yeah. But so I go back to the breathing. Go back to the gift the gift is breath. Sometimes we've free. Brief the nose and breathe every day and breathe consciously. And literally that that book, Patrick mccune is brilliant. You will love to to know that information in that book in apply because it's there's no magic thing other than breath. You know, so change your life and immediately turns into para sympathize nervous system, and we're all run around in some sort of long-term fighter flight adrenaline situation that we have a twenty four seven clock. Now, all the social media all the. You know, you don't mean what happens if someone doesn't takes you back. It's been it's been an hour. What are they doing? Like, we just don't have an off. You know? It's weird. Right. Yeah. This actually about the. Intervened into this reality, we we have to step in in demand. Our own lives to be in a way that is functionally more balanced. We're just a part of it. And I know you're busting your ass to pay for your, you know, your month's rent in and you just surviving it like screw that a thrive. It survive wanna know the rules. Play the game building a brand like having to be connected. And like kind of where do you draw the line and as entrepreneur like create this like bulletproof mindset as you? Pave the way but also knock it too distracted by the no-man's of a publisher for your book or your social media manager for or or your person who's handling the YouTube channel lake. You know, what I mean like, how do you set those boundaries like as we go to we think about that a lot which just sometimes fucking slave to our phones. And like, it's it's a lot. And we don't realize some days like why we're tired, and it's because we've just been on for the last twenty four hours, you know. Easy answer for that. You know, we're walking this line. This tight rope of. You know, it's it's an oven flow rest when he can restore recharge, relax. And then I know it's like I'm about I can't talk about the project right now. But I'm about to rip a big project right now. And I am I take every opportunity to go back and hang with my dog incident of the trees, and and just 'cause I know I can feel I can feel the energy that's going to be required. And I'm at the same time. Extremely busy right now in the preparation for it. So it's a weird thing, but carving out like for me. Essential part of the day every day or else. I'm outta my mind. I'm not functional. I'm a crazy person. I have to sit two to three hours of meditating. I'm doing some brain train -ment stuff. I'm writing conscious writing like I've been doing that shit. 'cause I needed to like like needed to like medicative necessary part of my spirit that I figured out a way to open that up. And so I just have to it's every day, regardless of the country, regardless of the thing, I'm up a three thirty four. And I'm doing my thing. That's just to be. Okay. And not just be okay. But to thrive and stuff, so it's a we have to find our own thing. But you're right. Sometimes it's sometimes it's harder than other times. You know? But you know, we just have to do the best weekend. Drink goodwater and get sleep and surround ourselves could people be willing to take time out? 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So how do you manage to say positive, but still integrate some of the lessons that you've learned on your trouble question? I think. It is a constant muscle for sure I just decided that some somewhere in may that that's fueled remain fuel in the sense that you know, we all want to. I don't know you want to change the world for the good in some way. Think if you dig deep here being your sole is good, right? And. I'm going back to the my morning thing. Like if I. Work that muscle and start with gratitude and go through that exercise just like a dumbbell every day. Just like verse my teeth every day if I n it's seductive to its seductive to be like oh shit. Like can't believe this person. I can't believe they're doing this thing like saying no now, you're in that energy, man. Even if it's right, even if that person is completely out of their minds wrong. But it's all a an exercise in and mental strength. And I just work at every day. Just like I go to sleep. And I try to get my hours. I don't think again, I don't think there's a magic bullet. But I do know that I'm willing to work hard. And the biggest thing for me is when I turn over supplements, or at least when I kind of the final straw for me was I saw formula. And I was like oh my God. And then I saw like all this crap in the know or carcinogens and whatnot and marketed as completely it's perfect. It's this it's transparent. It's digital. It's all those like. That's insane. And why am I seeing that? And why is it hitting me right in the face? Oh, I need to do something about it. So I take this on his fuel. I take this on as like who do I know that could help the situation. What what could I even if I can't do anything right now? What can I what needle can I move forward? And then there's a magnetic field. I swear to God there's a magnetic field that's created. And I feel so bloody fortunate just on the way over here and massive traffic. I'm on the phone three people the three different conversations that. If these things happen. When they happen. It will move the needle on helping the planet, and and helping people thrive like it just will. So that is what I put into it. It's almost like. Someone starting a piece of art that they can't complete no lifetime. What's it about way of? It's a lot bigger than just the final piece of art. It's it's tapping in to the. The beyond. It's the rare opportunity of allowing yourself to go where time is less important. But you're also in the future of what you're doing. Because at the end of the day. I have to look at myself in the mirror. What am I doing to to to add to my life into literally make it better? That's what I do. So when I'm in the Sahadi, and I see destruction thrashing of of things in a in a crying giant and eater running out of the forest, which we saw devastating fucking devastating and indigenous people just completely out of their minds spirit gone. It's fucking devastating. And so so I go guess what it what I know. I like that people like the taste. Barocco, and it's nutritionally superior than it's just it's just awesome to be able to use it as marketing. But my reason number one I wanna build the baristas for the rest of my life because I eat them like crazy. But my biggest reason this is me personally is because I know it can change down there. And I know that we can plant in my lifetime twenty million trees. So for me, that's the bible that is real. It's real for me and saying yes to it in the quantum entangled world. I know I'm improving the Suharto even by saying yes before we even got the twenty military. So so in my weird world that helps willing to take action on it because I'm a blue-collar kid from Minnesota that was, you know, walking bean fields in throwing hay bales. I'm willing to work hard. I want wanna work hard for for things that I care about. So. Good one last question from me before we talk about for goes. But I'm just thinking about like will superfoods ever be. And I hope that they will. But how do you see them being more accessible to more people and more affordable and trusted in the way in which they're sourced? Like do you have like vision? What does that look like, you know, what I mean? Like, I don't know. That's a big one. Because it just feels like, you know, the women coming from yoga in LA can just like pop into air won- and get all these things. And then, you know, you're find yourself in the middle of America. And they don't know what these things are. There's a massive outta without causing to much problems. Well, I just got a visual of. I think you know, you have pharmaceutical you have a Merican medical association, you have huge interest. You have a you have a political system. If an economic system that has hundred percent base than lies on a present. Like, I just met a doctor, Paul Anderson. Who's one of the for one of the frontline guys like of better fighting the FDA on keeping our our medical freedoms or essentially are dietary food freedoms being for you. And I to go down by Oshawa Gonda by vitamin C without a prescription from frigging doctor who doesn't know anything about these things in our in coming from firm, suitable industry. This guy's going in gainst it with deck's stacked. So against him. It's so in your face how crazy they they're not even hiding it. When you have people sitting on boards of the FDA that are being funded directly from their at their universities be directly funded by the pharmaceutical pharmaceutical industry, trying to railroad us from not being able to have her own freedom putting botanical 's in our body that we've been doing for as long as we've been human beings. At least the archaeological is sixty thousand plus years. And so this is a big deal. So I wanna sport every organization that's about the medical choice in the medical freedom in the dietary lifestyle freedom of that. So again, you allow align yourself with these kind of people, and you figure out what's going on the guys fighting, you know, months anti there's a great case, just you know, whenever this is. Aired. But it came out the next guy a guy one of the first cases guide directly got cancer from exposure glyphosate. It was a two hundred thirty nine I think million dollar gays. Yeah. I mean, they'll appeal but the court said, Yep. It's never happened. And now there's gonna be a train people behind that. It means. So that's the matrix shit. Like, they're it's plugged in. You've got middle America believing that well, hey, you know, it's it's the doctors are gut our best interests in and they don't know anything about actual preventative care. So, you know, from consumer watch groups to hell blockchain is a disruptor, you know, free money exchange free information, storing, keeping the the hands away from the greedy the world, you know, that kind of stuff. That's that's in our lifetime. That's disrupting the fabric of of this stuff. So there's no easy. The answer we have were in this massive situation. And we just have to come together. And, you know, the some of the fractions of us fighting between, you know, vegans and paleo and Kito and all of this shit. We gotta stop. You know, wasting time fighting it's kind of silly. But and in really come together and start using our muscle or kind of 'cause we agree mostly on things. It's just a few things that people freak out about get religious over. So that's a personal choice. So don't make it, you know, don't make people feel bad about that. So many way too big. I don't have. But yeah, it's loaded. Give me hope. That's there's man. There's I if I'm if I'm nose breathing. There's oh so. All right. Let's talk group as we've talked about them on the podcast before multiple times. We want to hear from the man himself. Why are they hell is five or not? Well, you know the. Only start testing them and you start comparing until they're things like. She's looking at for all you who she's looking. Back the nutrients, and it's so crunching another. We have one of those in. There was you Joe? Exactly. It's kind of like, it's you know, pretty much. You just get enough. Not jokes all the time. It's like the elephant nuts in there are in the room. So yes, you from a from a macro perspective. You know, if you, you know, from from this perspective from it's got a two to three times more fiber than any not which were all lacking in fiber in the microbiome and just do one little five minute research on that. You'll be like coli that's very important. Right. So pre and probiotics. And then less fat calories, which which matters for some people is let's be honest. Some people can handle fat some people can't so not everyone can thrive in I fat situation and all of that shit. So let's not get into that. So so from a calorie perspective, it's lower galleries in from a nutrient density. It's just ridiculously high and copper and magnesium and and calcium, and and and and the antioxidants, it's crazy. So for example, like the almond. It's I think it's three hundred seventy four percent more antioxidants than than an almond. So you like, whoa, that's crazy. And we we need the antioxidants from the free radicals from the stress this like we talked about a little bit. So. Everywhere you can get food based natural based and doctors is just turning on anti-aging jeans, and helping us thrive and all of that stuff. So so all of those things combine to to not only deliver on the best part of any nut in one nut. Sitting there with the most nutrients a balanced macro 's and nutrient density from the micros in from the fiber than antioxidants, and then have a taste to it. Does is kind of like what? Yeah. Yeah. Good. This happen Ida vision on the plane the other day when I was eating these like damn these eight. Airplane P? I know without a doubt. I have a dream that there's still on the plane. I'm suprise allergy. There's no healthy y'all on the plane. I know man, I mean airport fast anyway, when I fly, but if I'm feeling a little nauseous at may, eat a little something. But I mean, why are we providing healthy food on the plane when we're like thirty thousand feet up the MIR and our digestion fucked anyway with my go-to. The. On the exterior under a lot of stress plan. So you you definitely want to load up good food. That's that's a must. And then and then his easily is going into the benefits of a wild collected food. How many times can you commercialize a wild collected food? Right fantastic. Is at me for those of our so wild collected food is not monocrop not commercially grown. There's no pesticides herbicides. There's nothing other than nature stressing that nut which gives its micronutrients strength and gives it its antioxidants gives us vitamin e and vitamin c and and all of these things, and and it naturally falls. You cannot pick it early. It doesn't form the nuts not form. So you can't like the indigenous all go go pick them go. Do it. Now before the harvest. He can't do it. There's no there. Nuts not form. So it has to fall. So naturally when it's right. And when it's ready falls to the ground. So then they collect it. And there's no extra water. There's no air Gatien. There's nothing, and when you compare that to commercially grown transplanted almonds, for example, you have all the, you know, this is the fun scary stat is that the water that all of LA uses per year is the same that the almond industry in California needs to grow the almonds the same amount. Do do you think we have extra water you're in LA? No sound stead of limiting your shower in car washes do shit like limiting your almond and take or me that is fucked me real most. The most that's the whole other conversation. But sticking with the Brucke story for sure I mean, we can so you're so it's a wild collected. So in your wild collecting food, essentially, you haven't had the generational turnover of a motto cropped out of its normal natural state, and therefore you get a less optimize plant over time. It's just going to happen unless you're permaculture ring, unless you're very aware of how to grow things in a in a somewhat wild controlled situation. But this is completely wild collected and RBIs season is upon us right now. So it's it's vital. That again, we go out to the digits. We make sure that. Okay. Looking at the market. We we Bill back to these people and say listen collect as much as you want. We're just very careful, which fractions of people we turn on until we have a full understanding of the marketplace because we're just. Now after two and a half years of working in Brazil and working out the issues that they were losing this. They were losing this even in Brazil because they couldn't even make it sustainable in their own country. So we had to come and go, what's the bottleneck your why is it so expensive? And they're you know, you've got the you've got a logistic nightmare of you're not. It's not a field that you go plow. It's its landmass assize of three states of Texas that you have to organize and you have to have trucks and locations and people you trust. And you know collect. What is it if we hand? Yes. So it's by hand a one twenty five gram fruit has one gram of a nut inside. So for a ten million dollar business. For example, we would have to collect. Three hundred million tons of fruit. And then we have to crack it in a landmass. That's big. That you crack it and a facility, but. Yeah. So. That's the that's the gnarly thing. So indigenously they used to take the fruit. Which is why it's roasted to the way indigenously, you couldn't anti nutrients, and they also don't you don't eat it, raw, you cannot so indigenously they used to take the whole fruit with the nut inside and throw it on the fire at night and in the morning, it would be easier to break open. And then the the note would be roasted inside they consume. So then how they were doing it. Now when we show up so they're cracking by hand with either machetes rocks. Some engineers in the last ten years created some hydraulic on that you put one per thing increased a little bit. These people are like carpal tunnel syndrome, got crack Loiseau. So we have initiated engineers around the world to literally crack are not to figure out the best way. 'cause no machine exists. Do this. It has to be completely started from scratch to be able to crack this specific nut. It's nothing like a macadamia different shape. It's like it's completely different. So that's part of, you know, not to mention the infrastructure that we've invested time and money and resources in the people and all that stuff. We've also had an engineering feat that we've had to surmount in over a common and we've were close. I mean, we we have stages exponentially greater, and we have machines and all of that stuff. But we're still we're still pursuing more mechanization to speed it up even more. So it's all the stuff behind the scenes that again, if you wanna do it, right? If you want to bring something out that doesn't exist. Well, it's gonna take some it's gonna take some more. So no one can really come in. You can't come in. And kind of you know, hey, let's do Barua business. Good luck. You can't put the treason because guess what trees take fifteen years to produce. So even if you tried to prop these things, which there's a argument you could do that. But you do it within the indigenous community of areas that were wiped out it takes fifteen years. So it's not like you're gonna go. Good idea. You're gonna wait fifteen years if your crop works. So people don't want it deters people that don't understand how to work in these conditions. The big practice patient comes circles like your house. Yeah. Exactly. Exactly. So I fought to get we're coming over. You're welcome anytime the acres. Thank you so much for joining us. How can people find you? How can people get your book super life? How can people find Rookus so Bruyas dot com? D A R U K S dot com or on their on Amazon the books on Amazon another locations, I'm still at super life dot com. 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Am were on the floor of our closets and we are just ready to go with seriously. When i say zero prep time from one episode. to now i mean zero. Prep time so. I don't know what is about to transpire. I've no idea. I'm on salt lake city high and more than anything. It was less about recapping in for the podcast. It was more than i physically. Couldn't wait another hour to watch the next episode. So here we are here we are. We can never do this on the regular episode because it's so natural whereas this we really just have the freedom to talk like i just wanna talk and give our initial reactions. No time like the present. I know this is very raw Okay let me tell you guys so we're gonna start off with salt lake city also if you have not yet watched episode three. Don't worry we're going to be very intentional about splitting up episode episode into that. Don't feel like we're gonna give away any spoiler alert. You removing over to episode three. The basically we're gonna do salt lake city episodes two and three or then gonna move into tonight's episode of southern charm and then we're gonna move into sunday's potomac and then oh and then last week we did a podcast with lisa vanderpump. So we're gonna put that at the very end. She's a riot. We had so much fun with her. It was totally unfiltered literally on her ipad. Sitting in her kitchen phone was ringing. Door was ringing. Kennedy's running around in his mask. I mean we couldn't have asked for anything better. Yeah you guys are really going to hear that ron. She said she's like i am alone in the house. So in the middle of the podcast. The phone was going off. We cut some of it. We kept some of it. I don't even know. I had the time in my life and isabelle have to tell you. I've never never done a podcast. Where i've been able to see is miller julia because we don't do them on zoom but seeing isabelle's was the biggest blessing of my life because this was your super bowl like if i told you even a year ago six months ago that you would be interviewing lisa vanderpump in her kitchen villarosa. I thought you would drop dead. It was even better than if we had her in person. Because we're talking about going on vacation and then she's like here. Come see my backyard. As if we don't know what it looks like by the way haning to her view her pool showing us the living room showing us all the chocolate in her bar. I mean come on. it's a once in a lifetime. Experience is was peaking and i was just so happy. I felt grateful that i could witness you. Witnessing this moment 'cause that was really for us specifically like you have always felt such an affinity to villa rosa as a journalist the interview. I'd been dying to nail her whole life. Anderson cooper is shaking ristori shaking. Okay should we get right into it with salt lake city. Who had this is going to be good guys. So we start off episode two and it's a continuation of jen's party for meredith. This is host. Hospital smell fight. Pajamas really still thick of it. She's in her bedroom and she's very upset. Heather's comforting her and in the midst of heather company her. Mary walks in and witnesses. The entire taking place which i was watching mary walk in and i could just very much see gen turning around. I was like anxiously anticipating it. I know and heather had like a perfect like up and here. She is kind of announcing to the room like by the way she's here like stop talking. Shit yeah the issue here that i have to say is and to be honest with you. I know last week we were just giving are very raw reactions. It was the premiere. Last week i was really put off by mary. Seeming insensitivity but this week. I was more so just like absolutely invested in every second of it. It's really interesting because you think about how layered people are and we felt like after one or two episodes. We just like new them. We got them just from getting into it on social media whatever but there are so many layers in repealing them back released slowly and seeing also them interact with each other in such different scenarios is like oh she's like she's like that what's her confrontation style. Whereas with the other franchises were so used to how they deal with issues and what kind of role they play in the front group. Now we don't know it. We know we know facts about them but we are now getting with our own eyes seeing how they play out in situations. Yeah i learned a lot about jan. Which i'm going to save more when we talk about episode three because i think in terms of like character development and learning more. I feel like we really got much more about her. Yeah i will say obsessed as twitter instagram. And we were with this whole hospital. Smells fight because it's so ridiculous at this point i was like over it. I don't know if it was. Because i have been reading and laughing and reposting about it all week but like i was like you know what at this point after. She apologized i get. It was personal. But she didn't mean for married mean for it to be personal. And i think we need to move on like mary's at darley. You're in this dress you're to have. You're going to be upset in the stress like let's go have fun but let's move passes party because unlike already over and there's so many better things yeah can we talk about. Marriage than sets. Separation bomb literally did not see this coming. But i have to tell you. I was so relieved. Sue relieved isabel. We had been talking about that last week. Like something is not right. There's a lot of friction almost like that me person. I hate breeds me. Shut the fuck up. That's how i felt meredith. Was that last episode. When he's like asking her why she's wearing heels hiking and she's like it's a one. Andrej get over yourself you know it was teetering the line of just like bickering versus this is like our first day filming reality show just like suck it up and be nice to me. And the way that they were teasing in showing scenes of him leaving in just setting the scene of like he's never home and the teaser of him being like go through my phone. Go through my phone. I was like oh my god. They are setting out for heartbreak. She's going to be crying. It's going to be a separation. Then it'll be ended up blamed on the show and filming because obviously people think that there's like such a curse being on a reality show puts a huge strain on your relationship so when he married. Then seth era dinner and they're literally casually talking go into dinner and we're like okay married couples at dinner. Let's learn more about the relationship and he's like so. Have you been telling your friends that were separated. Who have you told. I needed a minute. Because i was like. What the fuck. Because they lead with that. We had our whole introduction episode with them married talking about their marriage and now they're separated. It moved really quickly. But i get it because it's nothing official but the relief. I felt that they had already taken this step. And we're figuring it out and it wouldn't be like the demise of her marriage and she could come out on top of this season. I was literally like sigh of relief because love her. Yes i didn't want it to be a plotline. Like as much as i'm interested i didn't want to witness the demise i almost like wanted the demise to happen and then be able to witness the almost fall out of if that makes sense right and i didn't wanna see her crumble. Like that's of course. Is that always applaud on housewives. Yeah we've seen it time and time again. But i love her so much. And i think she at least needed a fair chance to like show. Her true colors be really funded. Show off her business and her family and her friends before we saw crumble down. So episode one mike. Okay here we go. It's crumbling already. I just felt like that wasn't fair so now to know that the crumbling has crumbled. I felt good. I agree my question to you though. I was wondering if you were thinking about this or if anybody else who watch it was thinking about this in the previous episodes in even actually in this episode he spoken about feeling like they don't have enough saxon. He was saying in in kind of joking way but if the separation was already taking place. Isn't that kind of expected. You know what i mean. That's what i was curious about the time line. I feel like this is not a traditional separation. Pre divorce like a lot of people have that middle ground between marriage and divorce is not so concrete to me. Felt like more like they were on a break literally. Ross and rachel style. We run a break because she was saying you know. We need to be easy. Breezy just figuring each other out the whole like reading my phone thing like i would let you read my phone. I want to be transparent. There was a lot of future tenses going on which i feel like a couple. That is already like ready for divorce. Waiting out the time between wouldn't be like they seem like they're both really open and honest with each other. They got married when they were twenty. Four met when they were twenty three really young three kids together. I think they're just kind of like doing their own thing. It might be unconventional but it seems to be working for them where it's like more friendship but not i mean that's just what it seemed like to me. No i do know what you mean. I think he has a lot of insecurities. Don't to me when i see them together. She doesn't show any insecurities to me in terms of their relationship. I think if anything. She's like almost frustration. Needs some space whereas not that. He is in denial of the space. But i think that he needs to feel something from her that she just does not want to give right now which is totally fair. That's kind of how i felt about it. Even when they're sitting in our confessional he's like. I'm not seeing anyone and he turns to her and he's like and i really hope that you're not and she doesn't say anything now that i think she seeing anyone. But that's a comment. She would have never made to him right and the phone thing bringing it back to that. He's like look at my phone. Take my phone. You would never let me look through your phone. And she's like giving her reasons. It's personal which i do get. You may not have anything to hide but everything is open for interpretation. So i saw her point in that but even that interaction like typically stereotypically. It's like the wife is like let me see your phone. Let me look for your phone. So it was a flipped dynamic and you could tell really who but then do they say who decided to separate. No that's what i thought. I don't know they seem unconventional honestly into it. I'm just into her. If i if you're asking me for an early favorite. It's her hands down. Okay anything else. You want to mention about that issue. We move to. Whitney's father knows interesting. Let's go to wendy's father pete while the names. No i mean. I did not realize how their initial introduction of them being closed. I didn't realize how much was intertwined with that. Now really she feels like she is his sole source of emotional support right now. He's finally come to terms with his addiction. He's wanting to do something about it after dealing with such financial distress etc and it really is weighing heavy on her. And you can see that. And i think it's brave of him and brave of her to show that and great. I'm sure a lot of people felt very seen by that. This was another reason. I feel like i already know them really well. We're already getting into their immediate families. Issues drama backstory. It's not even just about them anymore. Which i guess is a huge part of understanding them. Is you have to understand their families. But i feel like we don't always get introduced to the families this quickly and this deeply so that was a huge just like insight into her life and how she operates also how really being a part of the mormon church was a part of her family and the reason that her and her father are extra connected is because they both are no longer in the Yeah and i also think a lot of whitney's history is feeling really judged. And i think she finds a sense of comfort in her father similarly to the kind of comfort that he finds in her about like they are really non judgmental of each other and that for different reasons is very valuable to each of them. Yeah and like nobody's perfect. I like whitney. I really like her. You know we're about to get into her issue with lisa. Which is i think a really interesting conversation. But i know she may not be your quote typical housewife. But i like that. I think it's important to bring that type of energy. It's almost like this is not a accurate comparison. But i just want to see if you know what i mean. It's almost like a bit of a leah mcsweeney energy. Do kind of what i mean. Yeah like yes like just young. You wanna see. She brings to the table. She is an interesting perspective. She also reminds me. Andy said this a while back. So it's been stuck in my head. But alive stephanie. From dallas and i do see that and i think heather in whitney have very similar brandy and stephanie report. So i don't know i i like it. I like her. She is really open and has really interesting insight on his funny and yeah ok. Lisa barlow really found herself in the middle of two issues here and i would love nothing more than to break them down with you. Well actually i would like you. I wrote because i think it's funnier. Barlow has found herself in two pickles. Winnie verse lisa tequila. Swingers be heather. Verse lisa collagen thumbs up. What is the show like. What is this show. And i'm so obsessed with it. Yeah lisa not a great not a great week for her just like she had to deal with a lot and people were swinging at our left and right. I know someone inbox us and they were like. She's getting so much hate on twitter. Please humanize her is not good for brands. Like it wasn't somebody that know where he just somebody that felt a sense of connection to our like. Yeah i mean that point is true. It's it's literally the first three episodes. It's impossible to draw such a strong conclusion. But i just think it's i think that part of her personality doesn't necessarily bode well to being immediately well received. I think you have to warm up turn. I think that's what we're experiencing but like let's figure her out also thinking about it. She has to people who are angry at her right now and as a viewer. It's like okay we're kind of subconsciously. Keeping score to people are not loving her right now. Whitney an heather happened to be best friends. So it kind of makes sense but i just feel like as viewers. We're like okay ever unpaid on her. Make sense that we may not love her. But let's down his fights. Yeah i want to start with the whitney one of course. So it runs out. That for whitney's vow renewal. She had i guess gone to lisa and almost asked for a donation of tequila and generously. According to lisa she donated to kilo that would serve five hundred people and at the party at jen's parties. The first time that they're having the conversation about it. And whitney kind of thanks lisa but also says by the way you know those two bartenders that you said they got a little drunk themselves. There was lax everywhere and almost in a way was kind of. Let's say reporting back as to the behavior of lisa's employees. Is that accurate. Yes but what needs to be clarified here. The vibe that i got was that lisa donated this tequila upon. Whitney's requests right. Like whitney came to her and said. I wanna have your tequila party. Lisa invited to the vow renewal or didn't go. I was not clear. But i think not invited. So what they can't say is that i she probably was like. It'll be on camera geared akilah. It'll be on camera. And she sent a third party like waiter service with two bartenders to go deal with the tequila. Exactly exactly. she wasn't invited. That was the other thing. So i from lisa's. She felt like it was a little bit ballsy of of whitney. It's like i think what she wanted her to say was safe. Thank you shut up whereas win. He was trying to come at it from the angle of like. I would want someone to give me constructive criticism on people that i am having represent me but i think considering the seem to be the first time. They even acknowledged the party. I think lisa was almost looking like will thank me first before you then criticize. I felt like that was the kind of vibe. In addition to the fact that i felt like lisa. Almost this. don't do this on camera. Like don't make my brand look bad on camera. I felt like that was a little bit. What was going on. It was like a little bit of a reputation protection thing. Yeah and you know. Whitney liked giving this feedback. It wasn't all constructive criticism like you know. I just want to let you know about your employees. I think she was kind of like heaviest and also was getting a little bit of a kick out of making her luck not great and she makes the day. they're drinking. My husband's like top shelf liquor and lisa's while we're top shelf if whitney's intentions were really to give her feedback about her business. It wouldn't have all been done in this way. All my god. No of course there was an ulterior motive. Lisa listen she's no bullshit artist she gets it. She picked up on that really quick. And i almost wish in a way whitney would have been more transparent about that even in her confessional all hundred percent because obviously we see right through your Give her some business advice. Right now and i think is really protective over her business. And she's like don't compromise business. We're not trying to lose our liquor license. Yes so was party. Heather and winnie are at the ski shop together. They're kind of getting ready for this trip. They're about to take. And this is when whitney drops the bomb to heather into all of us that after the confrontation with lisa at jen's party whitney lisa started talking and the way whitney felt was that lisa was kind of threatening her with quote rumor. She had heard about whitney being swinger. Almost in a way to say you fuck with my brand. I'm about to fuck with yours but subtly kind of the also starts bringing up that this isn't the first time she's put her down. They cut to a scene. That was actually filmed. I don't know what the timeline is. But it wasn't aired. Last episode of lisa looking at whitney insane to meredith. We need to style whitney like her style is a little to utah like really just kind of putting her down so clearly. This isn't it hasn't been all rainbows and butterflies up until this point. No i think if i had to sum up the way that he feels about lisa it would be. I think she views lee to be a little bit condescending. And i think whitney specifically is sensitive to that because of what she dealt with for so many years in terms of her relationship and the way people viewed her and almost like the judgment that she was on the receiving end of so i would imagine she's hypersensitive to being condescending and i think lisa may do that unintentionally or a time. Some could argue intentionally. I don't know enough to make that claim. But that's i think what's happening here. I think she kinda feels. Like i am not below you and stop making it like on this little project. Right and heather is one of her closest friends. She knows how condescending she's been towards her so that clearly sways her opinion unlike her ill feelings towards her. You know their cousins right. Wendy and heather but also best friends when your best friend builds a certain way and someone's hurt your best friend slash family it. It would affect how you perceive them exactly. That's what i was gonna say. I think the familial connection leads to a little sense of protection. Yes okay anything else to add about that fight before we moved to the next battle. No we'll get into it when they get to dinner. Let's go to pickle number two okay so there at dinner after a long day of skiing although lisa had to really keep a low key because god forbid she was hurt for sundance fair. Point by the way can argue with that. Yeah you're right so they're on the ski trip and they're on the slopes and while they're there whitney kind of pulls meredith presided as we know meredith and lisa out of the entire group. I would say the closest and whitney in seemingly honest attempt to try to solve things with lisa. Almost asmara third vice about how to approach her and married says you know. I think you should just talk to her so fast. Forward now there at dinner. And at the table. Whitney just immediately confronts lisa and you see meredith her confessional like oh my god. I told her to do it. I didn't know she was going to do it in that way. And how really. Yeah i know. I was like oh i felt like i felt like the ghost of zell. Bryant was like welcome. You know And so this is when whitney basically calls at least without saying the word swinger she was very very clear to not mention it because she didn't want to almost like fuel to the fire because once she started issue every put out. It was really smart. She's not stupid. I'll tell you one thing not stupid. not stupid. And she basically calls her after saying that she felt threatened. And before we even get into the heather side of things. Like you can just see. Everybody has different personality traits. And i do not think that lisa responds well to being on the defense which a lot of people don't but it was like a it was very very unsettling for you could tell. Yeah and she cares a lot about what the other women at the table specifically meredith. Think about her. I think and gen- so than to dig up all this shit in front of everyone. I think she was just so like was done with it. Yeah she was trying to deflect but also apologize she just wanted to be over like in her ideal world. It was like it. Nothing julie would handle this. But you know what i'm going to say. It was like julie just wanting to get out of a conversation. That's how i felt exactly will think about lisa. Also at jen's party going back to the beginning. As soon as whitney brought all that shit up to her she literally left the party like she is just like. I'm done over this. I'm too good for this. I don't give a shit right to clarify. That's not what i mean about juliet. But i'm just saying some some people don't like confrontation. You know yeah. Julie wishes she could do that. We'll never let her but she wishes she. Exact that's really str- julie just like to. She wants to like that but she's too sweet to ever be like that look closes her eyes. And just praise she'll evaporated into thin air and it never happens but she really. I think one day believes that it will at least barlow exiting sanchez. Parties is julie's northstar after date and we won't leave her alone waiver listening anyway. So then on. Top of this. As if lisa isn't frazzled. Enough heather now at a left. Yoda's like by the way while we're talking about it. I have something to and this is going back to that initial argument about lisa. Kind of saying she kind of forgot. What heather was like etcetera and this to me out of maybe all the things i felt like was the most upsetting because heather genuinely was upset. Like i don't think whitney was really that upset. I think she was a little pissed. Where i think heather was like very much hurt and she was trying to connect lisa sang. Like i m hurt. And i think for lisa. She was just so defensive that she couldn't really level with that in a way which is understandable. She felt under attack but it was like sad. Almost it was sad and also the difference is that whitney's is more like a situational fight whereas heather's is like an assassination of her character in like. Why do you want to disassociate with me. Like what is so wrong with me or whatever happened in our years of friendship or what so. I thought was like friendship. Acquaintanceship that makes you like so against just saying like yeah we know each other and talking shit about me in college making up stories and then the tax message thing which i love a twenty twenty emoji fight i gotta be honest gotta be honest but also never in my wildest dreams that i think that a thumbs up or two thumbs up was like worldwide slang for fuck you. I think it's like a generation thing of a specific like your culture. Your friends your bubble how people use emerges just quickly explain the tax situation. Yes so basically. After the night. That jen meredith and lisa had it merit this house. I think lisa probably sense that she may have said something bad about heather. So it's a kind of cover her tracks before she saw jen's party. She texted her ask if she was going to be there. And you know when when heather said yes instead of saying as she kind of responded with a thumbs up emoji which she Lisa really took that very personally. I think it was like a quick. Hey you're going to be there yet. Okay great to see you. There and henderson thumbs up back and in leases defense. We've all been there where you're trying to test the waters with someone and you want to see like are they pissed at me. What's the deal like. Send them a medium. send the metaxas. Hey what are you doing or whatever you know like. There's so many ways to see how someone's like feeling towards you. So i gather that was coming from but heather saw right through it and she her defensive. What thumbs up like that you know. There's no proof that i was trying to be rude. And her special the producers were like what was the intent. She's like it's fuck you exactly. That's what i was gonna say. You disagree all you want with the away. Lisa handled it but she wasn't wrong because heather straight up admitted it. Yeah yeah. I felt a little bit. I felt a sense of personal vindication for lisa. Now that i'm much more a fan of heather. But i did feel sense of vindication for lisa for the future a union when they play that clip and she can flat outside. See i was right. It was fuck you right. I mean at that point. Heather credit deserved a little. Fuck you because of the way. That lisa has been like talking about her. But you know it never bodes wildest say one thing on camera and another thing in the confessional. It's gonna come back to you in the ass. Yeah i mean the way. Also that lisa kind of apologize. She was like listen. I'm sorry i'm genuinely sorry. I heard either of you. Like i wanna be over this and i think that you know it wasn't this wasn't a beverly hills situation. They were all willing to move on right. They were and they said clean slate. Like let's just try it. And by the way not to do a little inner inner franchise thing. Because i know some people don't watch the different ones but if we want to just quickly compare this to potomac situation the way that narrative handle the situation was a little bit to me. You could compare it to the robin situation with giselle. Where if choosing a pair. We're going to choose. American lisa and robin inches out and this was a time. Where meredith wasn't maybe as. Not that robin was going against his album. Marriages chiming in at all. Whereas i think some people wouldn't expect her to Assumed her loyalty was immediately with lisa. Wears maritza trying to play a little. Bit more of like the umpire. If that makes sense right yeah it was. It was showing that she doesn't have blind loyalty like just because she's my best friend. I can still sense right or wrong. And that's what i'm saying. She's establishing herself as kind of level headed in won't just go with the pack and nick to like her word. Right exactly exactly. Is there anything else necessary to mention from this episode. No just gen shocked swift firing her house before her husband comes home like a high school kid who just throw a party and their parents are on their way home. You know like aaron. Carter's party errands party. I wish they played that like mom. Poulton dang on a double where everybody get out now on the double. That's what i was thinking. She literally had like beer cans that you try to hide repairs. Her husband comes in streets. Like honey like what's going on here. All her little like assistant minions are like oh. It's so funny that you thought of erin's party because i thought of mean girls when lindsay lohan through the party at her house when our parents were right exact and i was like all i could think about was like linda hands. Mom's african vase remember. Of course yeah. I would really love to engage in a discussion on So this is what. I should give official warning. We are now moving on to salt lake city episode three. I repeat moving on to salt lake city episode three. If you didn't watch it fast forward we're gonna try to put the timestamps as we always do in description but they get a little messed up with the ads but again episode three power to potomac southern charm and lisa vanderpump. 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Having all these assistance in this entire crew around as kind of says like that's what replaces her family on daily basis. And so i just. I just felt such a sense of like empathy for her and i. I don't know. I felt more of a connection to this episode. So as much as i'm obsessed with the drama that comes with her life i feel like it's masking a lot of her pain and i just don't want to completely exclude that but and that's not to say that that's not not happening for a lot of the other ones that i just felt the most connected to jen and this moment. Yeah i really like jen. She's cool she's she. Is there for the glam. The fashion in a way. That is if everything's a black-tie occasion and you got to give her props for that. I am having a bit of a hard time kind of figuring out what is a little bit put on for the show and like thinking that this confident. She is confident like she thinks that she is the shit which is a great quality to have but how much of these little petty fights things that she decides to dwell on are really for the cameras. How much of the house. And the lifestyle and i don't know just some of the things like having her assistant bring her the shot while she's in the glam chair on like a bit of roses just like what is too realistic. And like we said when we recap the very first episode. What is the case of someone. Who's just maybe watched a few too many episodes of housewives freight it's like these women know what it takes to get season two and they're not gonna stop at anything until they do that. By the way andy tweeted. I believe it was tonight or recently saying like not to worry everyone because everybody was freaky out. Since it's airs a little bit later at ten pm that the ratings were low so people were concerned about a second season in. Andy tweeted like. Don't worry that's basically happenings kind of what he said. Yeah i agree with you though. I don't know you know. I also am having a hard time understanding where the money's coming from now that her husband doesn't do well but i don't think his salary would make sense for the lifestyle they live so i wonder what else is going on there i again. There's the rumor in the back of my head that someone told us about how the show is rent. The houses rented for the show. I'm choosing personally not to believe that but you never know you never now. Can we just for once again. I'm a little bit confused. Because whitney has had this woman i forget her name at the moment. She is the exact same haircut his her. She brought her to the dinner after the ski. The ski day and to this Restaurant that she was renting out for the party. It just feels a little soon to be having a posse You to group dinners. And i'm just like a little bit curious about her and if we're gonna hear more from her i'm sure we yeah. Can we talk about quickly. It wasn't exactly a plot but this episode was really like i felt like we really got like second base with these women had. There is prepping the baby shower for her employees. She is five of her twenty or thirty. Employees are pregnant for the first time. So she throwing them a baby shower and she starts really going deep about her life and how she is the first on her in her family on both sides to ever get divorced and how. She feels like she really betrayed. Her religion and jen was there and they were kind of talking about how it's the example now. She says for her daughters in interconfessional. She's talking about if she's ever really been in love. And i don't know she was really opening up in a way that i feel so vulnerable. Amazing to see so early on also just about a marriage that we never even got to see but we really. I feel like i know about now. I really like heather michelle michelle. She's a fucking good housewife. She's a good housewife and she also seems like the most quote normal in a way i. She's the person that you would probably want to be like not friends with four the excitement. Maybe you know. Jen chaumet bring a little bit more excitement to your life. But heather's like your rider. Die kind of i've at i appreciate how open tuesday absolutely i. I also think. It's it's similar in the whitney thing where how i was saying that like maybe whitney's a little bit more sensitive to being condescending because of the judge when she felt like i think heather felt a lot of judgement based from what she was saying about the divorce about some other things and so i think she just is harder on herself and maybe she needs to be and she's being very open about that with the audience. I appreciate agree. Also i just wanna make one point that i think is important like obviously not not all of us but i think that a lot of us watching this. It's our first experience. Really learning anything about the mormon church. And i want to be careful because i know i saw a very split stance on this. Some people that lived in utah felt like it was a good example. Some people that login in utah didn't some that were involved in the mormon church some that weren't etc but i just wanna make sure that we're all aware like this is just one kind of representation of the mormon church and i feel like it's not fair to assume that this is how everyone operates i would hate know as as a jew i would hate for someone to draw every single thing you know about judaism from one subset of four women. That's just not fair especially when it's may dra more dramatic for a show like whitney already was on. I think instagram or twitter. Saying i misspoke. I wasn't really excommunicated from the church. I chose to laugh just based on the way that things went down after. I started dating her now husband. So you know words like that where it seems like. She was kicked out of the charging. She wasn't one of the bloggers. I follow rachel parcel. I've talked about. There's mormon mommy blogger kind of group of women who live in salt city. There like a lot of bloggers and rachel personnel was. She's friends a barlow and she was going on kind of upset and how we really just have to separate culture from religion and realize that not a lot of things that they're talking about as mormon practices protocol are actual religions. It's more just like the culture around it unspoken rules. So you're right. It's just like it's not very judge. We have to remember. This is a tv show five women who have had very different experiences and also are doing at the end of the day. What will make a good show exactly just like an important thing to remember for all of us. You know just not air early. Yeah anyway okay. Next thing that i feel like necessary. Talk about meredith and mary dinner. Yeah interesting oh well. We don't even know how interesting gas just wait. I mean god but yeah. They're at they're at dinner. They're kind of just talking casually get also intimately. I felt i was like very unclear on the status of their friendship. Going into this dinner. Like are they good friends. What how much. They know each other seems kind of well. I wasn't sure if it was a like. Let's get to know each other thing or a catchup thing. Yes i felt like. We didn't get enough background but also when they're talking dinner about how you know nobody's happy all the time when when they see these women that are like everything is perfect and she's like no way even married for twenty years thing. Everything is imperfect. I couldn't help there was like a sub tweet happening there like. Were they talking about gen without saying where talking about someone without saying it or were they just talking generally because it felt a little shady. Whether was intentional or not. I don't know maybe it was designed with that goal. I also was waiting for maritz to say like my husband. And i are separating or bring it up that. Mary already knew because it felt like they were really circling the drain of that conversation of marriage and moving on in what happens when you have kids and it felt like really so close to the topic of meredith in south separating yet but then you have to remember at this point. She hadn't even told lisa. There were no issues going to tell mary you know right. yeah anyway. this is when the idea comes up. That meredith should come to mary's church which has to tell you when she said that in a moment i had no idea what it was going to do to jan wish. We're gonna talk about obviously. But like literally when i was watching it wasn't even a thought in my head like i. I didn't think of that would have been an issue in the way that it was no because i think it's always such a beautiful thing when meredith is jewish. She's probably hasn't been to a church like that also has never seen someone that she's friends with lead a church service like that. I like it just a beautiful interesting. Like cultural thing to do is to like respect in trying to understand your friends. Religion's better so to me when gene got upset about it later as kind of like come on like it's not like picking aside. She literally invited her to her church. What is she going to say no in solidarity with you know no no in order to really get there though we have to talk about jen at narratives house so our two girls meriden gen are very good friends so it seems you know. Jan is coming into maryland house. They're talking. They always hang out a lot because their their husbands are out of channel. Lot and jan greets brooks and khloe to of meredith's three kids being out here. My kids like you know if you come out of this regina like you would. I would think you're my own kids really like one of your parents. Good friends which is a unique relationship. Especially when you're young cool kits and they're kind of talking laughing having cocktails and they're talking about how after whitney's twenties party they're going to have a girls night sleepover and i don't know jen. They were just like it. Seems like a very normal fun night but jen was doing some weird dance like kicking her legs open and it clearly made rock smart of son who we obviously love a little uncomfortable. Yes yep brooks and chloe were just knock down for this and it was uncomfortable to watch because like i really don't think gen picked up on it at all. I think she feels a lot more comfortable in meredith home than the kids. Maybe feel for her to be and i was. I was a little bit confused by this just because i felt like the expectations were unclear. You know what. I mean like the way that i was doing it. Based on the way that i've seen jen come to merit. It's home before. I just felt like it was a much more kind of familial vibe and then to see brooks and khloe discomfort i was thrown off by non judgmental way like. It's totally fine. If they felt weird about it. I didn't really know where that came from right. So the next morning meredith brooks. When they're in the kitchen like rehashing it he was. He was way more. Like not uncomfortable. Than i ever would have expected because i guess from our point of view generally seem weird. Almost feel like jenn is a lot of things but she's very self aware and kind of knows how to act in where she's clearly really good friends with meredith so didn't seem that weird to me but who knows what happens before and after filming what they cut out and this also was a moment where like listen we love brooks we love brooks we stand rooks but he's already having a confessional picking a plot and kind of like really honing in on one problem it's making a storyline. Yeah i sure. I think also maybe what was happening here was because it was her daughter Second last night and they fell protective over that. I get that but it did feel a little bit dramatic. I'm obviously here for the drama but it felt a little bit dramatic also because it wasn't married it was having the issue is her kids however a lot of people say like you have to respect. What your kids want. In that moment some people say that. I'm sure other people watching it. We're like absolutely no way. Do you want forget what your kids want. But i think for her priority was spending time with her kids at if they wanted to be alone. That was her ideal which is totally fair. You really can't. It's really not fair to judge. You know no of course not also who knows issues. They've had in the past with jen or her kids or anything like it's not solely based on this one incident. There's so much more behind it. But that's why when the next scene or a couple of scenes. Whenever was john is makeup chair doing her trial run for glam for the twenties party. And i can't believe meredith. Doesn't wanna have a sleepover anymore. You know she said it's chloe's last night home and this is like house wanna one new. Don't question the kids. If meredith says i wanna spend the last two nights with cloudy. She wants me to be here. That's what she's gonna do. And you're gonna respect it because that's just a friendship rule. Not even just house lies like you gotta just go with it. It's not the biggest deal in the world. Took it super super personally. I because that's not how they are in their friendship like she would think i don't know like that to to me. She was making a really big deal of meredith saying. Actually i'm not gonna have a sleepover after the party. Like i want to be home and spend time with my kid. There were two things happening here. The first was she was upset about that. Which i think stems from her loneliness. She was really looking forward to that. I think these are the types of nights that made her feel not as alone in a lot more support. It's i think she general which is like sad about that but second of all narrative couldn't say gen. My kids don't want you here so in jet you literally saw janse confessional. She was saying meredith. Chloe's eighteen years old. The last thing she wants to do is spend the night with you. Meanwhile that's what was happening. Her kids actually wanted to spend the night with her and not with jen but it felt shady to jen because narrative couldn't be as honest as navy. She wanted to be but like what are you supposed to say. She said what anybody would have said it was. It was an uncomfortable almost like miscommunication but it couldn't have really been avoided in a better way because there was nothing. Meredith could have said that would have been a hundred percent honest. yeah. I saw great. It was just there was like a missing piece on both ends. Yeah so course. Heart seltzer is not your average hard seltzer for a lot of reasons but first off. They are launching the world's easiest volunteer program. So whatever you're doing by simply opening a can of course heart seltzer. You're volunteering and the idea behind. It is the fact that water rates are at risk right now. Eighty percent of americans rivers are drying up and they had this partnership with change. 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Dot com for every twelve packs sold through august thirty first twenty twenty one causal purchase services from changing the course to restore five hundred gallons of fresh river water details course alter dot com celebrate responsibly brewing company fort worth texas switching gears for a second. Because this really comes into play in a little bit later meredith. Whitney and whitney's dad go to mary's church and this was honestly beautiful. We could see. Whitney's dad was feeling really really welcomed as whitney said he. She felt like it was the first time in ten years that she saw her dad feeling supported. Mary made them feel. I think very embraced. It was a very special very special moment. And you could see meredith. Was there to like celebrate. Mary's religion celebrate here job and it was not at all meant to be malicious. But then when they're at heather's baby shower for her employees. It comes out. That meredith was at mary's church. And this really send gen into kind of a tailspin and this is when she saying to whitney and heather like what the fuck you have to kind of choose you have to choose between mir. Mary what are you gonna do. Go hang out with her and this to me. I felt really unfair. Like this makes what can is doing. Look like child's play. You know what. I mean like at ever. Criticizing candidates for saying that karen had to choose set valley total bullshit because that was actually a legitimate thing whereas this was nothing. I understand that you and mary had a little bit of a stat. You seemingly crushed or so you said and to vilify meredith for going to somebody's church as if it was intentional. Act of anger against you wasn't fair. But you have to remember it was that coupled with the fact that she's already only coupled with the fact that meredith. Cancel the sleepover for a reason. That she felt was kind of abortion. Excuse so she was making up an entire story in her mind and you could tell her thoughts were really escaping her right. And you can help put it in potomac terms but when you compare what the to pfizer about. It is like literally an aunt to a fucking. I don't even know dinosaur put your friendship in such black and white terms over these small petty things which just not fair to say like. You're either friends with mir mary because of one kind of tiff and miscommunication was just like it was just. It wasn't really right of gen and it also made me a little bit upset of how quickly. She's willing to like be mad at meredith in question her integrity over things that really at the end of the day weren't like groundbreaking for her. They might have been but from our perspective is like this is. This is what you're going to end your friendship over will. Yeah and the other thing is that especially for somebody who is self proclaimed really. Lonely meriden is one of the best ones around. You know meredith this kind of like a real a real one and so to me. It just felt like self sabotaging in way but this type of thing when you really can't stand some on the way the generally can't stand marianne feels really hurt by her. You do do take things out on other people. And that's what was happening here. But the reason. I was saying to candace thing. Because it's like honestly comparatively speaking candace had every right to make karen choose what i'm saying like if you want to compare the two But anyways another at whitney's prohibition party and jen's already going into it feeling very off about the entire meredith situation and when she walks in and the first thing she sees is married talking to marry again harmless unintentional unintentional betrayal. Gen fucking lose it and that's kind of what we're gonna see transpire next week but it was very evident and very uncomfortable. It was yeah. I think she has a complete meltdown. I mean we only saw the previews should we don't know jonah's in black time met gala glam. And it's you know it's gonna be interesting to see how this goes down. Yeah no it definitely will be. I mean you see in the next episode. Though she's at her father's grave it was the year anniversary of her father's death. I know that can be. She's feeling very lonely already. Like stuff is happening. Internally that there may be not aware of so i would imagine merida's gonna feel really blindsided and understandably and rightfully so but like it really has nothing to do with meredith more to do with jen lashing out needing attention like validation. Because she's feeling really isolated right now. Can we talk about the two best parts of this episode now. Obviously number one. Mary and her husband my god. Wait hold on. I have to tell you guys haven't before you can get into this isabel. Text me mid episode. And she's like is it just mere. They're more blenders in this fucking show than anything. I was like isabel. I was literally typing at you. You could not get through this episode of that first marriage blending margarita. Then brooks putting this movie then in the middle of marrying. Her son tried to have this really important conversation. Mary's husband blinding. immune is but we're like. Is this a fucking cuisinart commercial. It was literally the real blunders of salt lake city. I have never seen by the way. When i said the two best part of this episode part was marrying her husband. Part b was the excessive amount of blending excessive amount of funding all the sudden. A what the fuck is going on brooks making almond milk. Also i feel like that is like a sound guys nightmare working on a show. Everyone's blending like can you guys. We i know. I know it. I have to say though. Narratives was doing it to make margaritas brooks. Mary's husband were doing it in the middle of filming. Which is why. I'm going to say managed a little less tactful when it comes to this type stuff rooks making homemade almond milk like that's like that's like berry labor project. Yeah please. let's talk about married. Her husband i was my job was on the floor of this entire time. Isabella's live texting me. All cavs no no. No i was like. Oh my god. Yeah you go first because when you get a plot like this or an interesting scenario such as marian her husband you automatically are like we're never gonna get as deep as we want right like we're never going to get to the nitty gritty like embarrassing gory. Details of what we want to know. And we fucking did. Not only did she get like the real actual history. What went on and also. We found out that. Mary's grandmother has down her husband along with the church as if he was an asset. Which like it was with the church. Money and mary's mother was absolutely heartbroken and completely felt betrayed that she no longer speaks her in there like separated done. Their relationship was over after that happened. Mary married robert her husband when she was twenty two. They have a son who's seventeen and we got to meet him this episode and like amazon. We're talking at and his life and more than now. We really got to see mary in her husband's interaction which i was waiting for to see them alone. Just see how it went down and the producers because they're fucking genius asked her about their wedding night if they slept together and she said jeter period chatted for two weeks. She was kind of like talking about how you know she liked prayed to god that it would be good and i mean just going in and it was really really interesting and to hear her. Say like you know. I thought it was a little weird. I had an arranged marriage and to acknowledge kind of her perspective on. The situation was just like after talking in hearing about it so much. It was exactly what i needed at this point. Yes it was therapeutic and it was actually comforting because it made you feel like she was a lot more aware than we initially thought you know. She recognized how we're this. She literally said that for the first twenty eight days. She kept saying she had her period because she didn't want to sleep with him. Which honestly it made me like sad and uncomfortable in a little. Bit grossed out. This young girl was being subjected to this but then again she has found a way to like really come to terms with through. God she has found. I was like okay wash. i be upset if she's not upset But it was a little bit uncomfortable at the beginning you know. Here's this older man who is wanting to sleep with you and you have to pretend you're on your period because like you don't want to like that's just not a situation you wanna find yourself in and I think she's somehow found a way out of it. And i think a lot of that was faith but yeah i did not expect her to divulge this much and i was really like so happy she did. Nato it was. It was a very interesting scene. Don't think we've i've been so hooked on someone's story like that ever was. I didn't know it was going to happen next. Also as you guys will see in our conversation with lisa vanderpump. We were asking if she washed salt lake city. She hadn't and we were explaining to her mary her grandfather and her. Her jaw was literally on the floors of azra watching. This has like god. I want to just tell us about this. You guys have to hear. She's like what she married the grandfather. She was like so. Let me get this straight so. You're step grandfather about for twenty minutes explaining to her. The logistics the age differences. She was talking about her nanny kaye. Who she talked about a lot on beverly hills and like what she said you guys. You're going to hear it in like five minutes. I'm going to stop. it was fucking historical. It was so funny yes. Is there anything else from this episode. That were missing. I mean no. Wow wow i know. I know we're going over. I know we wanted to ensure time but if just fast forward. I don't know what to do how. We didn't expect to get a third episode. This week i don't even care by the way potomac. I'd say good. Southern charm like there was ten good minutes. It was a lot of filler. So let's get into those before. We talked to lisa vanderpump about lady gaga and mary. Crosby yes okay. Let's take a break and when we come back we'll do southern charm. The drink works homebuyer. Bike your egg is the perfect gift or addition to any small gathering. It's an absolute game changer. Basically the way that it works is that it's a home bar and it makes over thirty bar quality cocktails literally at the push of a button. So all you do. is you. Answer the pod just like you would for coffee or any other beverage. It has all the alcohol. 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Let's focus on that unless focus about the part that to me was the most interesting. This is like isabel said. It was a filler episode. And we need those sometimes Dinner was cancelled. What else are they going to do. But perhaps the most interesting part of this entire thing happened off camera when after that boys night which we saw katherine pringle madison and austin went. Back to austin's house. We find out about this when madison is telling level but basically pringle is like whispering in madison's ear that he is having a hard time battling between his relationship with austin and his feelings for madison at this point austin. Here's that in his like stands up and his like get the fuck out of my house up hitting on my girlfriend. I was like how did this happen. And it wasn't filmed. That is a straight up crime. The thing is also. We were so intrigued last week when they were sold the bar and it was just the boys what we didn't see off camera or they had some of it they flash back but obviously not the good stuff was that madison and austin were left alone at the bar with pringle i guess madison came to meet austin there. Do the three of them were there. And i think like these whispering started happening at the bar. And they're like this is kinda weird and then once they got back to austin's for like the post game schick weird austin yelled at him to get out pringle like back in. What madison said was like his dad voice and she was like awesome. Sit the fuck down like you know he's gonna get really angry. Madison low key. I feel like it and and in return. Also austin i think now feels like he really has to step up. He realizes that you know people want her. she's really desired. And he if he doesn't step up in isn't a good faithful honest boyfriend like she she will go with someone. Else and patricia knows happier than patricia. First of all it wasn't low keyed. All madison was fucking loving. This as she says she felt like she had a front row seat. Second of all there was a part of me that felt like madison or patricia was more so madison was secretly paying john. Pringle to do this. So that head allston would like rise to the occasion obviously not actuality but it was almost like the best thing that could have ever happened for their relationship because he showed him a. I had example. Like hey i. If i don't step up to the plate there's a million other suitors. Gladly her she could take her pick kind of thing so yeah it was. It was very uncomfortable. And i again like. It's not that i think madison an awesome game at you. Just don't do that. Like i couldn't help it. Put it in terms of like one of our friends like if were hanging out with our friends in someone's boyfriend and somebody did that like that is literally the most uncomfortable thing i could ever imagine. And i don't know how often prude ever go forward to me. That's like the most deep sense of betrayal was just flirtation. Like you. just don't do that. How could you ever want to be a guy's guy after hitting on somebody's girlfriend in their house in front of them. It's almost worse than cheating behind their back and it doesn't even matter how good a friends austin and pringle are. It is one thing if you're at a bar you don't know the situation at someone else's girlfriend but to be his home in such an intimate four-person setting how comfortable is that. I can't help but feel like for pringle. Might just be a little bit off and not really get the situation but also that he was really fueled by patricia. Who was like you are better than austin. This is the kind of guy she should end up with. Like an maybe made him feel like that. Madison thinks that too and he's like come on like you really should be with more society guy like me. I'm a dad. I've kids the same age like he probably thought it's a no brainer when no matter what no matter how much. Patricia is amped up. Or how much you're into madison. It's not cool. It's not cool. And he they all seek treasures. Approval is just a thing you can see it. It's like runs deep within their means they can't control it and you're able to. Yeah i mean we all know but it's it's true and so it it it kind of colors everything that they do so it was. It was just uncomfortable. I just i i get the madison. Likes it and i understand that and i know that austin has wrong. Turn the past. There was a part of me that was like. Can't we just feel bad for awesome for a second like maybe that may be an unpopular opinion. I don't know if other people agree with me. I get that. He's the person madison should maybe be with like. It's really not fair. He's already feeling down on himself. he's already feeling less than for someone who doesn't even have to do with his personality. That's about his financial income which some could argue is a result of his old laziness. Whatever it is. But like. I just felt like give the guy a break for literally. One day i also feel like he was like is in me or this fucking crazy like this is not normal. This is not like guys hitting on your girlfriend at a bar doesn't know she's taken. This is like intentional in right in front of me. I can literally hear you how weird this is n. Burn juxtaposed with often at ice cream with madison and her son being really sweet and really like showing how their relationship has evolved. It was like i. I was upset for him. I was upset for him to also. I stand hudson. He so sweden god. No you engine workhorse. Than is so he really loves madison and i think he really really wants to try for her. One of his naive innocent moments like putting the tattoo on. He's like calling her madison and she's like mom on mom he's like. Oh yeah you know. Like he just is so. I don't know he's really sweet. He's sueno either really speak. I agree i agree a. You're right though. I felt like a sense of by carries frustration for him. Like i wanted to come into the tv and be like. I think this is as weird as you think it is like. Don't worry everybody else isn't reacting. Like i know. Craig isn't giving the reaction. You want this fucking weird. I'm like i want you to know we stand with you about how we are this. Well he was looking around like anyone hearing this. I was like yelling. We're with you austin. Yeah i can't believe. That's what i was saying or with you author. Oh wait no. I'm sorry. I have to say this you can cut. You really. don't want me to but when you said jock supposed all i could think was before we actually started recording his have so we were just talking. It and i was saying something about shep. Shep really isn't dumb. So do you want about him. But he's not israel. Chef has the best vocabulary i have ever heard. She was like if i had a gun to my head and somebody's as me best vocabulary. I'm gonna say shop by the way. I stand by that statement at everybody here literally agrees with. May i think if i had watched Before i took my sat's i would have done exponentially better. We get ship of fucking sponsored with kaplan omega. That's a really good idea. I feel like we should cut that out. 'cause i wanna pitch that mechlin amazing brand deal. Yeah okay shall we move onto potomac. Yeah i don't think there's anything really other worthy of major discussion here right now. It was like a funny good episode. I meant i could watch them all day long. Shopping taylor had a little more conversation about the relationship but nothing really know where the they're just cute and we'll see what happens next week. Yes okay let's move onto potomac. I think we should start with candace. And ashley why don't you enter that. And then we'll get into the next element of the conversation. Yeah this is really the main theme of the episode because there were so many different things feeding into and it really started where the women are at dinner and candice kind of announces to the group that she has turned a corner and now decided that she wants to have children. She spoken about this in the past. How she doesn't think she wants to be a mother and she kind of went her whole adult life thinking that she never wanted or was going to have kids and interconfessional. She really like gives a lot of credit to the monique situation. And seeing how she could come out of the situation and didn't let her didn't make her crumble kind of like gave her the ammunition she needed to be like. I can do this so can this brings us up at the table and you know everyone's really happy for her. But ashley is visibly a little bit taken aback. And if you guys remember last season. When ashley was talking about how she was trying to get pregnant and really struggling after having a miscarriage candace was not supportive. There were two things went down. I ve rainbow baby party. When ashley was given the mic to speak about her experience miscarrying candace was the first to criticize saying it was crooked out. Here's michael disappeared. He wasn't even upset and she was giving this whole saga just like really critiquing. The way that ashu went about at the party even though she was given the opportunity to talk second thing was when ashley was trying to have a baby candice was talking a lot about ashley's actions in if she was able to drink and why she was drinking if she was trying to have a baby and really questioning her intentions of trying to have a child which at the end of the day is a really personal decision. I think ashley felt like why are you. Judging me at all also never been through this and you know why. Why are you coming after me about something. That is fully my decision my life. My body has no effect on you. So ashley went through those things. And i think they were really scarring and upsetting for her and she never got over them especially because they hit so close to home after her miscarriage and now having her child she may be forgave a little bit. But she never forgot so here in kansas. Sit at the table and be really open about how now she wants everyone to celebrate that she's going to try and have kids ashley was just not down and she was saying honestly you know it's hard for me to celebrate you when this is truly how i feel and i have not gotten over it. How did you feel about that. In terms of what was your opinion on the way. That ashley was responding. You know i get it. If fell a little bit like we've moved past what i say. We i mean viewers like it if we close that chapter and there was a part of me. That felt ashley has changed a lot. And when you saw them even flash back when giselle was saying like you used to act like her. She has changed a lot since becoming pregnant becoming a mom. Even after she suffered her miscarriage she just changed a lot. She's a little bit less confrontational and a little bit less takes a beat so i felt like maybe she was had in her heart to understand like i can be. I wanna go hi. I wanna do what candace didn't do to me but she couldn't do that and she. It really dug up old feelings yet. It's hard because on one hand. You want to praise ashley from. We always do which is at one thing she's honest you can't say that she's not honest right. She says she feels that. I get that however and this is coming from somebody who. I'm not kansas biggest fan by it. I just felt like this was a really special moment for her. She was announcing something kind to the group. And i just felt like maybe there was a better time for ashley to do it. Like i just felt like she didn't need to steal her shine. It felt off to me. I don't know. I guess you just saying her truth and that was fair but i felt like candace was having this moment where she wanted like tell the group about what she was experiencing regarding motherhood in ashes couldn't let her have her moment. You know especially since. Ashley loves being a mom so much in. I think would want that for anybody in her life or anyone. Who's ever questioning having kids. I think her advice would be yes. It's the best thing that's ever happened to me. So that was more the route. I was expecting her to but it makes more sense. We'll get into this and probably one minute but giselle made this point later that she has been thinking and really merited Robin used my favorite word marinating on the negative sides of candidates and candidates is being an overall bad person like being the enemy and everything she says her does is wrong and kind of piss you off so that kind of made more sense later when you when you backtrack and see like what are thought processes in. Maybe how. she's been feeling intentionally. She's talking about this. 'cause you're right it does kind of seem to come out of nowhere and it was kind of unlike ashley to shoot someone down when talking. Anything about kids having kids when that was something. She was so sensitive to in the past exactly and giselle really made that point. I don't know if i would have made that connection. As immediately as she did which i think we should just move into this even if we are backtracking for second because when ashley comes down to the pool when robin zeller talking and she kind of announces the fact that monique has asked her to write a statement putting in writing about the way that candidates has been to ashley in the past typically the incident with a butter knife. Not as a way to say would happen during the night of monique and kansas five. More so as a way to kind of chart Canas character aka assassinate our character Giselle makes that point how these are all the thoughts being brought up for our so. Yes it makes sense. But let's move into this because this is a really like interesting slash unsettling part about the episode. When ashley comes down. And she's telling robin giselle about this and you can tell as she sang it to try to convince them. She's actively convincing herself. She is not one hundred percent sold on us and she knows somewhere that this is a little bit off. It's really the fact that she owes me nika favor. Because mony chris either deleted Tapes hid tapes. Did something to make michael darby's case about sexual assault go away. Which as i said last week is not the best like to stand. I don't think that's really aside. You wanna be on but it happened. and now. She feels like she owes monique. And it's just fucking uncomfortable because she as well as everybody else knows. This is really off here. Yes and discusses like for one minute before but the issue is not even trying to make ashley look like the good guy here. But it's more than monique. Put her in. This really awkward situation knowing that she's done her a quote like legal favor in the past. She wrote a statement. For for ashley. Michael when they went through something and they are really good friends candidate. Ashley are not good friends. They've had a lot of trouble in the past so monique asking her put. Turn like between a rock and hard place to say no and she did have an incident with candidate and she. I think monique sold it as you know. You don't have to say anything about the incident. You only have to just give it a witness account of what candace is as a person and what has happened to you. You don't make anything like it is true. She is recounting a different story. But robin diesel made an excellent point. Which was the difference as you're not just talking about monique's character of why she's a good person. You are deliberately talking about. Why candidates is a bad person. And ashley i think to convince yourself that this was the right thing to do as like where who has more to lose in the situation. Monique could potentially go to jail. Three kids she's one of my close friends versus mooney. Misses a countersuit. I mean versus candice. This is a countersuit that if it doesn't go candice's way everything is just leveled if it goes candidates why there's a lot more destruction so i just saw her wheels turning trying to justify to herself trying to make it sound as appealing to giselle in robin which who were not fucking having it. They were so confused and just wanted to ask her a million questions to get to the bottom of it. It was a really just like crazy interesting situation. And i think next week we see when kansas finds out what what really happened. I hated this. I can't tell you how much i hated this arab warming outta my skin. It was so uncomfortable on all ends. Because like if i was candice next week and you can see just in her face and the previous i would have had the wind fucking knock data me of. Somebody said that they were doing. That's like it for her. Probably felt so unfair because ebony buddy was is watched. What went down and saw that. Yes maybe she was being a little antagonizing. She did not deserve what happened to her. That is simply unfair. That was so terrible. And i like monique. You know it's not that i dislike. That was just not okay and so for her now out of left field. It felt like really misplaced unfair. But then again. If you're looking at it from the other side in terms of ashley if you're somebody who wants to defend ashley you can say like. You said it wasn't ashley fault. She was put in place by monique. But then if you're somebody who wants to defend mony who could say well. What is she supposed to do. Her back's against the wall. She has to fight back. What if she could go to jail. So i guess. I could see it from everybody's angle but i felt the most for kansas which i know is in a position i'm normally in but like what the fuck like. She just got literally beat up. That is what happened. And i actually actually knew in her soul. This was this was off but she couldn't go against the legal favor that monique differ. She just couldn't. And i think she is the same as us. Where like if. I was any of these people's shoes i would do the same thing. It just sucks around. If i'm nick. I'm literally fighting to not go to jail and not be taken for my family. My three young kids. I'm gonna pull out all the stops if i'm ashley i'm going to do that for my friend. I'm gonna nfl candice. i'm gonna be pissed. And if i'm robin gazelle i'm gonna say you weren't even there for the fight ashley. How can you pick a side. It's just you're just a automatically assuming based on your allegiance to monique that. That's who's quote side. You're on and design makes a good point. She's like you know your friendship. Candice is now over at this point. Like you shouldn't even try to salvage. It is what she was kind of saying. Like i agree with her she. She shouldn't try and like make nice and wanna be friends when she knows that this is about to drop. I mean that was a good point. But it was the least significant. Because realistically i think actually never saw candice scan. She wouldn't give shit. And i think the same goes for candice more like they're just oil and water. But that's also way more reason. That i understand ashley would want to write this name it. If she doesn't give a shit about candice she. Monique is one of her close friends. She's three young kids like do you kind of not blame ashley like maybe not. That's what i'm saying. I just hate the entire thing. I hate that anybody in this situation. I know we can't go back in time. But i just wish has never happened. You can't blame candice you can't you can't blame any of them. It just sucks. It's fucking sucks. I know most people will probably blame. Monique for doing the countersuit yet. Also in her defense she would probably say. What were you gonna do if your backs against the wall. It's unfortunate situation although she was mony. If you're at if you're if you're trying to evaluate based on like who was more wrong. Monique was more wrong when he was the one that got violent. Can't it's got a little upset. Kansas had a butter knife. Can't is gonna do anything. Monique literally was bashing somebody's head. You can't compare the two. I it's just i can't i literally can't i'm so excited for this to be over and hopefully resolved and the fact that they filmed the reunion in person together this week and took pictures in the same room. Like just gives me a little bit of hope that there is light at the end of this tunnel. Yeah the last thing that. I want to say about this episode unless you have anything profound because mine is not profound please go ahead is when they do the prank on wendy and the producers let them go into the room and watch the monitor that may have been the most fourth wall break we've ever had and i can't even express in words how here i was for it. I was obsessed with that. That was a moment i needed. They were all together laughing being so funny utilizing the cruise equipment. Like if you're on a real girls trip and you wanna fuck around and have fun. of course we're gonna use the fact that there's monitors like that is that is like okay. moore drought let's address the elephant in the room. And let's have fun with it. I loved that it was so funny. Real and q. An amazing anything else about this episode was really just robin giselle. Being so dom mean about karen's photos which was like i can't even. I can't even give that energy because it was so silly and that was really it. That was like the best parts of the episode. I hated that thing made me. Sops at robin was wrong. I'm sorry robin was just wrong. If you didn't want her to be in the pictures you shouldn't have invited here. You're gonna put everyone else in and not her. That was so unfair. A lot of people on twitter thought that it was ages. I don't know what it was. I just thought it was not cool. I thought that was a mean girl. Thing to do in robin is above that and she should not have done that. I feel strongly not even because i like karen. Just don't invite her then if you didn't want her the pictures like i don't give one. Maybe less than perfect picture on your website is not gonna stop people from buying especially when karen is perhaps the most famous of all of them. If you want to pretend like it wasn't okay. It was really wrong. And i got really like. I'm already sat in advance. When karen realizes she's not on the website. Also what is this fucking. America's next top model scrolling through the photos like her pictures challenging for. She's not doing the hat justice it should be more youthful and it wasn't giving me that like literally as if they're tyra banks. Nigel barker critiquing them. I'm sorry this is your hat shop website. This is not the cover of vogue. Your friendship offer cute hat. You're taking pictures in the back of a house just like let it live. I completely agree it was the way. Yeah no i completely agree it was. It was fucked up and i not here for that. I'm sweating while it is now one thirty nine. Am fuck we said we literally have. We have to do this tonight. Because we're we're not going to be able to replicate this energy. Also i'm obviously not gonna sleep. I'm wired now. Say i'm gonna go watch more. That was amazing. Oh my god anything else. You wanna add no. I'm so excited for you. Guys to hear lisa vanderpump right now. Yes okay. we're going to cut to lisa. We started talking about podcasts etc. And then we got into some beverly hills a little bit. You know you have to be careful because of course people don't wanna make a giant new story but she was very giving and just wonderful and i really enjoyed her so i can only free by solicited guys the best thing ever. I'm so happy to get to do this. Holy shit love. You love you love you. Here's lisa and we will see you next week. We and if you wanna see lisa you can go on our instagram. There will be a video of her interview on tv sometime this. Oh okay yeah. I'm glad you said sometimes this week. I was like i just told him he could send it on saturday. Yeah sometime this week. It's just the highlights. Yeah yeah we love i think. Are we gonna posted in grid. Are we too scared. Almost in grad. So okay love you guys. We will see you next week. We are here with entrepreneur. Og housewife animal activists. And now podcast host the one and only we vanderpump. Low half hp here happy to talk to people right. I think about the co cost in sub on my book cost of night. I've been connected with sony. One people and so many people have been getting tested in coming to the house. So it's been like big fosse really. That's kind of what i wanted to ask you because you just started all things vanderpump. I believe in september couple of months ago. How has that been. You are now a podcast or you're one of us. How does it feel. Think i mean the whole thing cope. It's been difficult shutting down the businesses. Especially we just expanded tom. Tom base was doing really well. Everything shut down by not chin. Everything still having a rents insurance rule that so for me to do something productive life rush in other books. That was good and then i said okay. Now i've actually Costs because i'm always only go. A big in the restaurants appropriate wouldn't have had the discipline Her do this once twice week. So it me to do is one to. I've been asked to do it. And i loved it. I've met so many. Who will everybody has something really kind of interesting to say. And everybody's good at sing. So i've kind of gone for a wide range of people i didn't want to get stuck in just doing the bravo will the reality thing. Subbing tempe away from that and just beaching unbelievable people like i've had so much fun really happen Love is seen to say you can tell. I got no help her for nine months because whenever the during or wherever the phone goes i have to do everything so i've had nobody in the house but nine months be running around light said chicken with its head costal story. How isn't that. How has that been by the way. Just the whole to change when you used to having three people in the house. And i'm used to be perfect but i'm out so mom you know in the restaurants walking so being My own approved activism not Fourteen thousand square foot not being really really busy doing cooking lori. And all these things. And i've been doing all the other things today with were designing another restaurant. Just been very busy but you know it's been depressing when you've got a great business all shut down you know. It's it's hot but we're going to get on with it you know. I think we kinda getting ready to come out the outside soon. I hope so. I was gonna say your video of you cleaning. The floors on instagram was one of the best things to come at quarantine literally when cited this video. When i'm scrubbing hotline. Something like two million views of the one of our most shared post. I think we re posted funny comment on it and everyone was going wild for it was had a sense of humor. Is you know itself too seriously. You know and i think that s just a good place to start really on. It's been pretty devastating with what's going on in the world. But i yeah i i make i make most of any situation i wanted to ask you because like you said how your degree used to being your restaurants and out all day like since you've that obviously hasn't been able to be the reality like what do you feel like you've learned yourself in this extra time you're having up noticed the you know we've been married for. I think we could do a bit more space. I think this whole kobe is. I mean we've been okay. Be married for thirty nine years But it still can be intense. But i have learned. That was take them always being. Somebody loves cooking and loves nurturing people. But i have been very disciplined that she running the house running the home Whereas before if i didn't have any help one day be thinking god but to do this but really nice Been quite proud of myself with that I know so. Everybody thought i would just flounder home because we're out so much in our restaurants in our restaurants four nights a week so they thought oh my god how you're going to be at home. You know on a daily basis like that. But i've been okay with that too. And i think a lot of us have recalibrated. What's important but i. I mean i'm happy to go out. I'm looking forward to comeback by restaurants. Shooting famous humphry people. Hate this gonna six depar- But i've been okay mentally. She'd been okay. It's interesting because i mean you can have been married for a long time. Do you find that being with him. You're i don't wanna say learning new things about him but maybe seeing him in a different light even though you've been together for this long but typically in a different way while i sink relation ships flourish. When they have interesting things. Go on we have a lot of things that we're really interested in. We're traveling this. I mean the monk jamesy of being her and being been the shadow all the time we have a lot of space here I think our relationships more exciting on. We have a lot of things going on. I think it was fun to go to dinner or go to a restaurant. Some reveling in things that we created together. So i'm excited to get back to that. But i also think being pretty good but then he. He's made more of an effort as we've gone on. Initially he was more of a slav a now. I think he realizes that is nokia ramp up made to do everything everything out. So he's a lot more considerate now than he was in the first month. You know and. I didn't want to challenge you. Know ni- but Can you just please not do not put out up with that. So i think there was a bit of a learning cup at the beginning to adjust to big on a row Hundred percents of the time. But yeah it's it's okay but i would do it again now voluntarily you know since you Since he started this podcast. I i think you were interviewing heather mcdonald. I think you were talking about this. And you were saying you know with your businesses you're like doing can you guys are the ones in charge. And i was thinking how that kind of comes into play with the podcast. Because there's a lot more autonomy with having a podcast versus like being on a reality show you know you're the one calling the shots. You're the one calling the edits and has that been just comparatively speaking only about tournament. I mean what i love about. Vancouver is being a peon and having created that show without. It's so very much in terms of yarn housewives Statue in it unopposed. The pigeon so speak But yes i try. I love talking to people. And i just met extraordinary people. And yes you can take compensation and people. Some hesitation ends up going different directions. Something that you sue so it has been a very interesting experience and it's something i'm definitely going to continue to do. Because it's it takes a deep level luck Until about suicide and mother commit suicide mellow abroad suicide. We didn't think often we actually take the time to tool that much. Each other. I i hate the fact is will this on the phone at dinner old people not connection and i do feel on a podcast. People really connect pimple. Listen to each other people to to not do that missing. Low end this kind of damage i know without children growing up. They would phones table now. You see these kids sitting that which is waiting you know the gender spirit was so they can get back to texting and i guess an important component the changed the whole fabric Society really. Yeah we always talk about that. Podcasting is such an intimate medium. Like you really get people up so much on podcasting. We'd just down that. Do you feel way more than on a tv show. Have you been able to open up more than when you're on. Tv we just have the Of conversation on on television because it soared as you say edited so often. You don't really get to the meat of the conversation as i do. Think do on costs Yeah it's a very very different medium. An i understand. I think when people is a lot of lack connection nowadays in people's lives. I think costs it can be a real life fine. I don't think you'll stay on it. So i think maybe some sons people can abboud mobile and i think life should be about being on its boehner woolen than people think. Oh my god. They went through that they they want to hear. Your people will look in the Live together or she's got house together. Her krige is a driven woman. Success but i still. I still as long as the next best and i think you can kind of ghana that from from co cost whereas university conversations all scenes that long on reality television. Yeah i mean it's actually you bring up an interesting point because i've i've wanted to ask you this. Do you ever feel like. I think the point that you're making podcasting wise is like there's this element of relate ability right. No matter how different people's lives are you can still connect with some basic form of humanity. And i get. Yeah things which too. And i and i guess. I'm curious for you like being on the housewives. Did you ever feel when you look back that you are portrayed in a way that you were maybe dissatisfied with or you didn't feel as relatable as you feel you are internally. Bless interesting. Because i think people are so me as a woman worked Yeah that's that franchise they like to show that whole glossy cost the line. Animals see. that's more searching the made being home on incans on the pats are happy doing phenomenal. Which i don't normally do Yes but i think people saw may in both aspects own Rules they saw how hard i worked. I think i've always done that. I've always had huge amounts of nutrients. Is i think the people so that i didn't take myself too seriously. I started off for god's sake of the news so them saying you had sex twice years acres was both days of his. Mind's another day off. I would say that kinda shit i took beside myself. You know so. I think people saw and i think they saw an authentic relationship between kenai and people who is very kind to me for the most part the fans we were watching. I didn't really ever have much negative And i saw some some of the women get absolutely hammered. Nothing that really are with the women. Were talking me. The fans stood by my side so that gave me a lot of confidence on on the show. So i've never really been kind of how putin let some of them. You know say spate. Of course my life's not relatable in a lot of ways. But i think people see that we worked ought we continue to offer and i will start to think a see that the land is big carballa ads. And i'm still working woman. I caught aboard to you. Know like with my foundation now soon as being is really suffered the van dot combination least hundreds of dose Three hundred china and here. We have to help foundation every month just to keep it going will. We're on working women. It's not like Inherit money will have just piles of cash to be so after work so doing things like cameo i've been doing. A lot of cameo is supported the foundation through the young working woman. As i say it is a lot of words people this guy. I think people appreciate that as well as in local people different. If you know that what what got me appreciate it and also if that kind of giving back to the community yeah absolutely. We like really study. How much people changed from the start of the shows to the end of their time there. A new kind of came in working and you had your businesses built. How has being on. The show really changed your businesses and your personal life like why would it have been like need if you hadn't been on vanderpump rules are hadn't been on house lives well. I had studied by restaurants over thirty two at the time prize that we'd have an extraordinary life. We lived in the south of france. We'd todd in sold out to public company A group of restaurants as a sailor. Jim frauds v is sorta the kids school Three months a year. I mean i had a rate Came here a name cut. Suddenly jumped into the reality. Forum was extraordinarily different. But some of the things. I have had the chance to do that. I would never had the chance to do. I mean of course there's something that really annoying Crack written about you. That's not not true. You can't invest in that at all but speaking congress finger to change laws because my nose notoriety. The fact that chief of staff in congress gupta hillard watch housewives and so my against you then zocor attaching resolutions. Things that being on dancing with the stars on the biggest shows in the world being given a star on the orchestra's springs. Just having incredible things. I loss might be given the mary pickford award Just so many wonderful things that have come from it. I would never have had never experienced having an opponent show vanderpump just to see four hundred episodes balancing. It's been extraordinary. And i'm very grateful to bravo and to abolition what they get me and yeah it would be very different from being very much the same as what we we hung pry in. Oh right except the also another thing. That i don't think i would have jumped on reality. Television it by kids being younger. I think you have to go on trips and things like that is very different. I gave everything my kids when they were younger. And when we started during the show max was eighteen. i'm Was twenty full. You know so. It was a time in my life where they just left home Where it was. It was time to do something different for me when when you initially brought the idea to them how do they feel about it. because i always been mummy very much wherein kind of arizona is a little god a little crazy and i was very tactile very playful as a mother. I nothing but i kind of would very rarely say anything to inappropriate. You know michael On size several kinds of inappropriate. Stop you know who say when they were in bed but you know as i said by the time they were eighteen and twenty four games up you know i gave you you know. My life is a mother now. I'm going to do something different. So you know if you don't like it don't watch also when you were saying before about how even when things were going on with the women that you felt really supported by lands you know something about and i talk about a lot is the fact that bravo as a community is unlike anything we've ever seen. You know we kind of do this for a living just studying different like phantoms and Just the way that people react to celebrity and there is this real devotion that comes from the bravo audience and we talk about it as viewers. But it's very interesting to hear you say as the one that was receiving that love that you really felt that it wasn't like just on the internet. Well yes when. I used to do my blog every week and they would have interactive comments. And i felt that. I've been so should by the women women own season for six eight or whatever it was They would just always there for me. They incredible you know people see things very clearly and so the support. The fans eye on also. Another thing is when i out. I do public appearances. Like when we going out to rosaiah appearances when i meet people this so many different levels on which people can connect with me on of who slightly unfortunately been suicide as well. You know losing my brother Things i if it was about relationships if it wasn't about adoption because my was adopted if it wasn't about doors wedging if it wasn't about of love of dogs if it wasn't abou- lgbt issues there were so many things need now. When i do. Is this new people on so many things connect To me you know. I really are not that a come. Sit on my son's gay. And i saw your lover or about just said passion for dogs a relationship such to so many different levels on which connect and i love the people that come see me in i stay. I won't leave until every single person i've been tracked with because they mean the world three they really do. That's amazing i was gonna say you've had so many conic moments scenes quotes. What do people bring up. The most to you in person were they. They're very sweet. It was sale the queen of that show. I never think so as the queen of the show but they always say that. I think they see my humor quote lines. I when i i've come up with i tag lines. Braga had proved them. And you know a couple of times. They've said you say that. I am like when i said i felt that. Women have been sickly unkind Season six or something. So my seasons seven tagline was on passionate about dogs to stop crazy about bitches as said you can't say that we we would never have the would bitch and tagline. I said why. I'm talking about the jokes. Not joking about women you know and so i can refused saying the other line. So thank you like the Do see the funny side as well. Definitely leibel ever not a load of emotional moments with me on the show. She might get married saying my son took about finding his family adoption Through surgery and then the worst thing of calls was my brother christian suicide and then he saw my mother dying band. Who's so they've seen a lot of my private life. Which is being pretty emotional and hasn't saw some superficial. It's not every thing as being a shopping spree. They've seen me Develop businesses a so may. Open the other side of sunday soulmate. anti-trump jong. So i think they've seen a real had raelians inside look at what's going on in my life and i think that's the essence of a good reality. Is you really your most in. Somebody's life in atlantic. Oh for sure. I mean i think what makes so many of these show so brilliant is people. I think view reality television in a way as an escape. They liked that form of escapism. They like to see the glitz and glam. But that only goes so far if you're not having the depth it's not sustainable. You know that's good for a couple episodes with people want that connection. Were all the same at the core of it you know. I think that you know if you've got both of those things mostly last to as the people's lives There are some people that joyce chiro she was one season and i think she came across this too good to be true. You know she was like a like beauty. Queen Snow joyce very very well. And i really adore. She is that person. She is almost too good to be true. And i know a very well. She's just lovely human being will sometimes people think. Oh that's that's not. Nobody's that kind of wonderful. And so i think people really kind of attach themselves to people that have this shitty days are just totally honest with the camera is saying bats I think that's what bannon who says managed to we've shown you the truths and the emotion of what's really on people's lives and i think with me. I voice being on his for the camera in. I think yeah. I've nothing to hide so well that's probably too when you're at like you said your rose as signings or meet and greets. You probably feel like they've known you for years and years. How even when we came on. I already feel like i'm sitting in your kitchen. I know the deal. I again you forever. So it's just it's a really. It's a real unique experience. Thank you more than probably anyone who's been on housewives bravo in the past. Get so much time in people to see so many different facets of your life that it's a really like unique. An amazing experience is four hundred episodes. So sometimes people as. I say when i met let resigning When this happened in your life identified vic's been through so many different scenarios you on the show. I think kindness is something that sometimes is missing in reality television. That was one of the reasons in. I kind of stepped away. Yeah do still tune in to watch any bravo besides vanderpump rules. Are you watching any other housewives. Beverly hills or other franchise. I tell really watch television much tool. I have to say and i made distinct Not beverly hills because the day or net onto I just didn't want to have an opinion about nudging wants to be emotionally invested in some had no control over and the pencil showing some social media would say oh there was talk about you know flashing back. I just didn't want to have an opinion about that so it was easier and less painful for me just to step away from it so now i haven't seen i've seen the on scene twitter or something for the most part i would say no. I have a ninety nine percents. Fancy yeah this. Let me tell you what a season. This was so a lot of talk about forming opinions. This was a wild ride. So we're talking about with with the knees. Yeah yeah heard loves survive set. I really did you all the time. Probably about it or comment. Yeah i heard a lot about it and a lot of people buy finian on what i haven't actually seen it but from what i gathered. She just kind of wanna be you know open with what transpired. That's what she should have just said to them. She should of what i do has nothing to do with you. So far off pro or so exac- exactly exactly. I wanted to ask you also just vanderpump wise. You know. obviously it's a show but you know these these young men and women very intimately and they're all i mean. I think just recorded that podcast. Three of them are pregnant. Like it's a totally different chapter their lives they're embarking on. And how is that for you to kind of watch these use some. When they were kids they started out. I know what night seek gross. You know i think that's really impulsion. The is frustrating for me when somebody like. When jackson was stop in the same emotional dynamic you know over and over again a not really growing from his behavior. I did see some grows when his father died than he kind of regressed so to speak so enough to see the fact that they've been successful and buying a house is doing something productive with the lives and Yeah i do know them very well. I missed it actually. I miss all of them. Because it's normally we would have been filming by now you know I mean they become Obviously we are not on reality television. Everything we learn. It's like these people become your family. The crew cast everyone. You're you're spending so much time together. It's a very tight knit crew and the whole group of people. I think that's why you felt that you were like apply on the will watching the show and you have some incredible people that just totally unaware of the camera whatsoever which is very hard fine virus hard and you can tell you can always tell when who is so aware of it and really feels like they're on a tv show versa. Yep completely disappears themselves of housewives do the inner any lower ninety factored. Anyone you want to mention or are we are. We not dropping names did you. Did you have to watch the salt. Lake city premier by any chance. Know as i say. I really don't watch much television at all. If jobs has been watching the news right constantly how was it. Oh my god. Lisa on unbelievable it was it was crazy. Knows it was. It was crazy. Yeah on their thirteen storylines in one episode. You couldn't it was a rollercoaster. Ride what you mean. It was just so crazy convoluted will yet what about contracting the women with it was a heated on all. I'm a little bit heated for the most part anything thing. They were relatively civil but there is dressed. I mean the money in the culture of utah is a totally different kind of Energy over there you know. A lot of it is intertwined with the church. And there's that element of things and you know there's one cast member who married her step grandfather because it was in the grandmothers will that when she does grandfather as like grandma. How do you have become step. Remers overstep while this fall the know her grandmother's like second husband. So they're not large. She marriage Grandma the second and then. When her grandmother passed away she married husband cracked. You heard that right credo. I on how old she then so. The grandmother paraguayan huge. They've been buying for twenty years. I don't know how old she has. It's a really. It's a crazy story line than it. Just like part of her introduction. They haven't even really gotten into as a plot yet. And how old's he now you don't know he didn't see him. We saw him. I don't know what do you think of. we'll wait. i have to tell you something funny. He's i would say roughly probably in his seventies. But i saw this today and i hadn't seen it earlier. I guess when i was watching it i wasn't watching it as intently. But in their confessional. He's explaining how it went down saying in the will you know. The grandmother wrote that she wants if if i die i want you to marry one of my girls. Because i know that they'll take care of you and it showed. I know i see your face but didn't see this. Is what the juicy this today it show as he was talking she was now what he was saying because i guess they had practice it so much because they knew it would be met with so much confusion so i missed it the first time but she literally at least you have to watch. You're going to die. it's the cliff. Think ready for that. Only god you kidding me. So basically so. The grandmother had a husband he died. She marries somebody else. She has children. They have shown Randall marriage to husband. Ask some version of that. Yes yes while. is that legal. It's legal because there's no blood. Relations are technically really ideological knowing that emmanuel sleeping with us too shy grandmother. I remember my grandmother is telling me. The coach should be flipping a brave. When i say this not he love you say that when my grandfather and her had set you lord your list. I said to you know when your grandmother passed by you on inherit jewelry her china. You don't know her re not singing meaning side by grandma us god. He must be a lucky guy. Then what why didn't you. Why didn't you want him to marry her daughter wyatt granddaughters. I don't know maybe. The daughter felt a little too close for comfort or or want to watch it. Well this sounds like jerry springer housewives. Yeah no it's real. Watch it lower to know your thoughts after watch it. That's what you're missing not watching bravo just keeping on the news. But will i. She will roll the say. After this conversation i could give them anything juicy is that that's for sure. I makes you having sex twice a year. Look like child's lie. I mean why. Would anybody believes that i was joking on. Something was on the news saying that you know i mean. English sent fumes very different american sense to we do take this animal selves law and each other. That's issue but Yeah i remember going Was only the news that would like to see you only have sex ratios just like no no every year sometimes adopted anybody's gonna tape seriously. I'm going to get a big trouble in the show is there anything else is out of curiosity that happened like that where you said it into you to joke jokin than it was completely misinterpreted. Not just by the women just by the media in general. Oh yeah i would say things. Time the You know the. I would think hilarious. I mean more aggressive sense of humor. They would say that's not funny. The woman i caught member but we often had meaningless Amount of the english sense fevers self deprecating as well. You don't mind taking this out of yourself but if if sometimes we would say something you know. They would get lost in translations speak. Yeah but s gray. I couldn't edit everything i was going to do. Would be me. would i really. Of course that's why people love you know that would be the worst thing that have done without. Even the tagline the crown is heavy tailings. Just leave it where it belongs. I mean a cab. Company shouldn't said that as my tagline so over them gotten big bitchy. I was just fide. Leave me alone. You know being in la and beverly hills. You're not film anymore but you see these people around clearly. How is it when you see them now. Need not run into a couple of times. Is kyle She's come up me literally but No i haven't really seen any of them speaking of kyle. This is probably so random in. You probably haven't thought about this in a long time. But my favorite music video of all time is european in lady gaga. Gui that to me will never get old. And do you ever have any interaction with gaga. Do you people bring that up to you to have you watched it recently. Like what was that. Like when i didn't want to do it at the time because it was rough season we've just wrapped and andy said of the reunion. Oh you do Knows how to do it. excited to be around them lifting. So you know you know when they're coming at you all of them against Wanna do so. Then andy the next day and he said lady bounded pump by lady gaga on the phone view. I was early so she said hi. Lisa said i want you to video. Really con- you know. I i really call at such a rough season. I really don't want to be around them. You know as she said she said. Don't worry i'm gonna get your own call. You can come up. Ages have to film with them. But you'll going to be like separated your own dressing room your own call us. They don't like oh that's gonna make it even worse possibly do that. I said no. I said she said this. I'm really want easter jenky convenient as well on when she said that was like okay. I'll just go for it. I just so. I ended up doing it and it was annette. We have we have state brands. I haven't spoken to late edgy. Speech a manager yesterday though Who i'm very good friends with as well. But she's she's great allah we. I'm sorry i'm just getting to the point in your life and it's like yeah. I wasn't sure i would lady gaga had to convince feed v. In it that is a wonderful accomplishment. Truly i never still. She would hold me. I would never. She would call me but yes she did she did and then how can you say no to her. It was kinda sly move relief. She knew i could tell and she knew the way to. Your heart was tuned by gygi aching. Yeah jake dairy was from the star of the show. Yeah she's great. We wanted to. If it's okay with you. We wanted to kind of end with a little bit of rapid fire. Shots so gray you go ahead little watch. It's a little watch. What happens live of us. I guess we're just gonna go with it when we come to la. Hopefully we can do this again in person which we would own would love you to come and see me. How glossop rose. Yes yes okay. I'll start is well. Let's go back and forth anyone's that you see on this list. Okay starting off your favorite restaurant that you don't own the ivy martin. Who is your favorite person to follow on instagram adults. To simon on does fight both talks and he just is magician after we come to your house. We'll go over to dr oriented. I took off to see him as well on open about that. Yeah she's been open about the genius. Oh i act that you decide that you're really speaking our language. We follow him so intently. He's like an architect of the face. Yup i know in fact through this whole kobe experience being without boats. I definitely gonna see him. But he's also very good front. Line is very challenge. i love mattie. You're not another one is. What is your go to cocktail. We had this jiechi tonic in Pandora mates's coke gin and tonic with lavender bitches in batch. We have it in such big loss in a van. Pump vegas the switch. I mean we shouldn't have such big literally one colosseum browse. I can get really drunk. Listen i don't get trump very often at all. That cheeky cocktail is everything Gordon ramsay drinking one not too long ago. Getting totally wasted. Do i adore by the way. What is your guilty pleasure junk food. Oh it's chocolate all day long. I have a real problem with chocolate. I love english chocolate. I could pull timber ridge now. I always have accused supply. Chocolate kotler without sit. I mean what's what's not to love you know when you're saying You don't drink that much. What is your go-to if you wanna just wind down like what's your routine if you come home stressful day. What do you do to take always drink wine every night. I always drink wine. But i don't drink law. I mean the fact. We've got our own wind brand No they're exactly the wind. I la So depending on the weather. And depending what i'm eating i might have lost chaumet or if i'm eating chicken. Fish or his co. dove and having a soviet on rosaiah. I love it. Not trimbe or in the summertime. Yeah i mean. I do drink one. Every day with korea was the first place. You're gonna travel when we are allowed to again while my father zeal which has been devastating so back to england lost my brother i saw Yeah probably go back to england us saying that i wouldn't mind harris or i wouldn't mind going to come nas studios in milan fashion shows which Or i wouldn't mind a little vacation in hall so it's not like i'm desperate catchweight from here. Yeah you're like in a little hotel of your own yeah. I always liked this house better than the first one to be honest. Yeah i do too. The view here is is stunning. Yeah your new kitchen is amazing. I know right up Say really I'm blessed but i need to get back to work. I loved having focused. But i want to open for businesses again and get back to normal mississippi. You know we well. That's the goal. Oh my god. This was so much fun. You're such a energy. Thank you for taking the sweet. Thank you so hopefully. Yeah good speech you yes. I absolutely by darling by.

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War of the Roses: Who's hair ties were they?

The Dave Ryan Show

09:59 min | 1 year ago

War of the Roses: Who's hair ties were they?

"The. One point three Katie WB. This is the day Ryan chose or of the Rosen, sprats. You buy totally tanner. Might, find yourself on. Venus one by calling into winsome amazing. Yeah where my going. Well, you might be winning of like I dunno a new one of those green egg barbecue grills. You might win one of those. Something like that or the worst of the scenarios, you could be unworthy roses. And missy finds herself in the worst scenarios right now. I'm missy. Why did your dog Conan? Alert you to the idea that your boyfriend Sam might be cheating. What's going on? I pull. My Dog Coenen got sick and. Would not eat and so be took him to the vet and the vet found like a whole bunch of hair ties of his stomach. And! They had to operate. them out awful. Yeah, and it's also super weird because my hair is very very short. I never you here. I can't use. So short, and it's been that for like ten years. Where did he get all of these hair ties? So you sit in your email that as soon as the doctor walks out of the room and says their hair ties I'll be right back. You look at Sam. And what was the discussion with? Sam Wants? The doctor left the road. What you say! I was like Damn. How, how is it possible that Conan would get a hold of a bunch of hair ties like you know I don't use them, so what like? I know he hasn't been around any hair ties around me so like. Where have you been doing like? Where did you go? Where did you take Conan like how who hair ties RV showed? Suspicion is while you are at wherever you might be work or yoga or down at byerly. Is that he sneaking off with somebody and taking cone and along, and then he he's. He's like doing something. He shouldn't be in Conan's route and around in her bedroom or the bathroom, eating hair ties I just thought of something. Though, is it possible that they're not hair ties I mean when the doctor took him out. Did they show them to you and they're definitely hair ties. Because what if it was something stupid like rubber bands or what else could? Iran's. Was it definitely hair ties. One hundred percent hair ties. Well that leaves that out. visit could have been like I. Don't know why it couldn't be lifesavers because those would dissolve trying to think. Is there anything else shaped like a hair time? I've been trying to figure that out like I. Don't want to be hair ties. Milk Carton rings. Yeah, that would really work either. Yeah, but I see what you're saying. Okay, so we've we've established. They are hair ties. And what does what does Sam say? He's like I have no idea. What a guy you know! Maybe they were somewhere in the housing. They didn't realize maybe they were in the garage or something. You know if we didn't know they were there maybe with I mean how would they get their? It I don I. It doesn't make sense to well. Let's say you moved into like moved into a house and under the stairwell or under the front porch. There's a bunch of hair ties, and then I mean that's not very likely. Most likely explanation really is that unfortunately, these was somebody else's house or so we shouldn't be. There was a lot of hair ties. This'll weirdest thing ever because I'm sitting here. Thinking No, you don't want that to be the most logical. The logical reasoning that's still pretty far fetched hopefully and dogs eat the weirdest things number one time I was going through going through the backyard, cleaning up dog poop. We had a Collie and there was a pair of Susan's underpants embedded in the colleagues poop. I'm like okay I mean luckily they pass. She was a Collie. All Right? Let's do this recall salmon the second orig-. Call Salmon. Say Hey, we're from your phone company. Guess. What did he give you? Some roses of you take this survey and most guys in most women probably be like. Oh, Gal, take a survey for something free and we'll do the survey. We'll say great. Who Do you WANNA send roses to chances are? He'll send him to you, but if there's something going on, and I'm probably going to send him to somebody else. That's when we bust him. But. Sam just for doing the survey, you win a dozen roses, and we're going to send those out for you what we have to get courses the address and the recipient's name so what? Is the recipient's name. Your free yeah totally. We partner with a company, and they're giving these roses, and our is our ways. Thank you for taking the time out of your day to participate in our survey Oh. Well yeah to. Out A card or anything a little note. I don't know. I love you Sam. The. On the spot. With something for card other than. Love you. UNCREATIVE, but it works the message. Is there I? You know what really works and this is boy. Do I have a little bit of a shock here for ya? A little bit of surprise Sam. You didn't just beat somebody from your phone company and you really did not win. Roses my name's Dave Ryan and I work at Katie WBZ. We do the morning show. That's fallon. That's not abby from your phone company at all. We were testing U.. Testing you to see if you would send roses to your girlfriend, missy. As opposed to WHO that's. That's what it is all about wondering. Okay and guess, who here's the funny part gas? WHO PUT US up to this? To call you to put you to test. Now I'm worried. It's Missy I. Don't think my friends would do that, we're. Ever. Thought about that. No, it's missy. Missy say hi to Sam, so he knows you're there. Hi. What are you doing? What you were doing. You know. Getting you three flowers that I can't take a lot of credit for and that now donate. Let's back up a second here SAM. Because every story like this has a beginning and this story began. When Conan it got sick and. And got sick and the that found a bunch of ties MIA CONAN's belly up and they took them out. They showed him to you. They're definitely hair ties, and so MRIs like where these hair ties come from right and you. You don't know I. Sorry I can't believe like I'm on the radio talking about my dogs operation. Yeah, so Conan, a bunch of heritage sites we don't wear. They came from I GUESS! The implication is or the suspicion. Is that I like taking the dollar to another woman's place or something. I don't know where those types game from. They could have been from around the house or in the garage or maybe spend left down I. I don't really know. But I assume she's fun. What are we? What is this? When he think that I possibly had like you're with the dog all day. I ever leave with them for more than fifteen minutes. which is be some superhero stuff. All that off. So when is this like mystery window of time? happening. Commit. True. If, you're never away from the dog for more than fifteen minutes. Then how could he take her over to? You? Know Lake. Whoever's house. But It could be a simple as this guys I mean I-. Weird things have happened. Yeah, and there's always an extra. If you're really innocent, then then you got the you didn't do anything. This reminds me. The time I've told the story million times. There was a brochure for gay men who are married that haven't come out that my wife found in our guest room. Room and she was like. How did this get there? And I said I didn't put it there. There's gotTa be a logical explanation, but there it is yeah brochure for married men who might be gay, and she finds it in my house and the only married man in the house. Yeah, how did it get there? And I called row? We should we should have. Seen where you sat roses, buddy. Right but no. It was true because my. At, my nephew had gone down to sex. World found this her, and he left it in there as a joke, but I think back on that story and I wonder if my nephew wondered whether he was gay, I realized. He forgot it didn't WanNA. Take it home anyway. If there's a logical explanation for and he didn't do it. It's I mean anything's possible. Somebody could have had a bag, a hair ties and threw it over your back fence in your dog founded in eighty four. You ever saw them not likely, but it is it possible again or maybe you're I. Don't know maybe in the back of the car yet of used car and maybe somebody had left hair ties in the back. You never know, but are you satisfied? Then MRI that he wasn't cheating with. Paul Ristori where they came from, but I mean. To me. That's pretty clear. Yeah, I agree. Well I forgive you Sam? Talking to you through the radio I. Want to hear more about this brochure. This is this is. It wasn't mine.

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A Volatility Arbitrage Trader On What Markets Are Saying Right Now

Odd Lots

42:53 min | 1 year ago

A Volatility Arbitrage Trader On What Markets Are Saying Right Now

"Brought to you by him, the investment management business of Pfi. Join the pursuit of our form. It's at pge them. Learn more. At. P. Jim Dot. com. That's PG. Im M DOT com. Hello and welcome to another episode of the thoughts podcast. I'm Tracy alloway. I'm Joe Weisenthal. Joe Yes did you know? Did you know that the vix futures? Super. Dramatic. Not that interesting of did you know that the vix futures curve has been inverted or kind of inverted for? Think like six months now basically since February. I didn't realize it was then but I didn't realize it had been six months. So basically, that means that investors are hedging against higher volatility out in the future than they are right now or the other way round the other way around. So it means people are paying more for volatility protection in the near term than they are in the future, but that's unusual or at least it, it's counter to how the vix normally looks normally. The vix curve is upward sloping because there's more uncertainty further out into the future, and so you pay more for that volatility insurance. So he kind of unusual to have the vix curve downward sloping for this long and I guess it's one of those things that tells you that we're in an interesting place when it comes to markets at the moment. Yeah, I mean it makes sense that people are paying up more for short-term hedging. Because we obviously are just in extrordinary times, you look out a little ways one year, two years you could sort of envision a return to normal, but it feels like we're period anything could happen tomorrow whether it's policy whether it's related to the virus. CETERA and so yes, I sort of intuitive that people want hedges in the here now now and of course, the big event risk on but can I say could I say something though go on this is something that's always bothered me maybe we'll. We'll get into this with our guest today. I don't understand why it's not always like that because I understand that most of the time people WANNA pay out for some protection because the future seems like less certain than the president. So I get that in theory but on the other hand, one of the central sort of like dogmas of finance is that you know over the long term things to if things go up, the economy improves stocks go up at. Center. So it always seems to me like it should actually be the other way around where like in the short term anything can happen but in the long-term things are smooth. So I've never really understood the premise of why vix futures curve slope upward in the first place but anyway, we can get into that later. Yeah. I mean dozens and dozens of exchange traded products who very assistance is predicated on the viks curve. Upwards in normal times But yes, we should. We should ask the question I guess. All right well, you've already sort of given away but in this, we're GONNA be talking about the current volatility regime and I was about to mention that there is a very big event risk coming up on the horizon, which is the US elections and we've seen a lot of talk volatility. Ahead of that we're GONNA get into that and we're GonNa talk about some of the the longer term changes in volatility market structure including maybe even by the vix futures curve is normally upward sloping. Now super excited about this. I mean it's obviously been extraordinary year I think due to the rise of these sort of discrete events whether it's the. Cry The virus itself. The big thing that's coming up on November third of this year, which could be producing extraordinary amount of uncertainty. There's been so much interest. In volatility futures or vix futures curves on all sorts of asset classes are sort of anticipating on. Things could get we also, we spoke about with. Ben. I. For a few weeks ago. There's the emergence of this whole class of sort of retail derivatives buyers, call options, buyers also sort of breaking historical patterns potentially in terms of how hedging markets look. So this is an extraordinary rich topic dive into an although we've hit it in some ways in the past it doesn't feel like we can never really talk about it enough. Yeah I totally agree. So our guest for this particular episode is Chris Sydell Heathy Coast Cio over Ambris Group of basically volatility arbitrage trader and he's been in that particular space for a won't many years now. So the perfect person to talk to us about the current volatility trading regime, Chris welcomed lots. Good. Morning Avenue. So I guess to begin with Chou asset question how the vix curve is normally upward sloping. Can you maybe explain to us what you've seen over the past few months in terms of how the market is pricing volatility and what's changed? Why is the vix curve downward sloping? Of, hedging demand and things like that. For A. Very easy to tell that everybody six stated on December. All right, and it's a good reason to write. You have the potential resurgence of Corona virus you have the election tunneled. So the potential for corporate earnings lagging makes reporting this week. So that's pretty big especially because of everything that's been taking place in trading on the banking side. So everybody has been fixated on December ball and there has been a constant bid even back in. Late August. We seem coalition break with phenol. Dixon spot and you know people were watching that and that was a little bit supply and demand driven. We understand that there was a big player in the market that help propel that due to some of the dealer gamma hedging. ETC, etc could go on for hours about that one. I think people have a concern about the upcoming callous and weirding across the the scope creep hedging that's taking place you know not only with some of the larger players what you're seeing with the smaller guys do with some of the you know registered advisors you know they're basically instructing their clients you know go out and make sure you protect yourself so Confident been. At that level, you know I've been tweeting. This is not. When term structure is so elevated like what we see involves Volvo. Bit? It's very difficult to get that added complexity in the move and what I mean is that when volunteers so pre-bid it somewhat price thing. I. So people are kind of anticipating this people are pre hedged the mood that you need to get Vicks to like seventy or eighty it has to be real panic and real fair in the market and you won't get that If. Guys are pretty hedge right because let's think about in the most basic conceptual way. If you ever book my his the running million dollar book right and you have your hedges on on the market is down seven percent ten percent right your pre hedge. So you're not gonna go and rush to the exit door right to sell off your position because you're really have your head. And when you have that across the entire land scope, right, it becomes much more difficult get involved through to really get going. It's. Like. Causes the victory is if you have a whole bunch of people in the room and they're all trying to get the the same but in this case, no. So I mean just just sort of like to see I mean if you. Think about over the last several months. March was sort of like the mother of all panics probably one of the biggest panics in the history of Wall Street, and since then it's just been nothing. But fear of a second wave fear of ongoing economic sort of fallout fear of a policy mistake fear of the election everything going wrong massive reason to hedge it stay out of the market. But as such, it's hard to get actual intent selling when essentially. So many people were already have already been fearful. Right, right. So it's It's not pre hedged position that. Will Disabled Ball from going through the roof right? It needs to be a somewhat of a fear factor I was saying do that in order for a ball to really get going into number you need a fresh catalyst, right? So the the election time is enough to really get ball to go through the roof foul people are anticipated. And we're seeing that in the divergence between DVI? Accident. Right I actually ball. and. Is the market is not really careful. You're seeing divergence between the two and it's showing us that you guys are pre hedge, but there isn't a massive rush to prejudge don't get me wrong right. There is a potential for fresh catalyst right like. Granted a Biden election right now you have to think you have to immediately shift your focus into the trade ward right if Biden election takes place because what if we wake up the next day? Right? We find out Joe Biden is the president and one week. Later we hear China's like, okay, guys well, sorry, you know we need to reassess. This trade deal that we're talking about right. So a fresh new Cadillac like that or you know something completely out of the woodwork could you know to get the market to get going but it's very difficult to get volatility to really Like. moved to seventy or eighty. On things that are already pre priced I just don't think that. The velocity of the move will be there without a new catalysts that isn't already predetermined. So one of the questions I have based on that is if everyone is pretty well hedged going into the presidential elections who is actually selling vol exposure at the moment. So that's a really good question There are people that are out there. That are taking advantage of a and you know they're looking to sell ball. We actually know a couple of institutional guys who are trying to take advantage of this but. No there I. Think they are expressing their movies in a more sophisticated way where they are hedged all. But I would not suggest this to the average retail because there are a lot of complexities that go into this with the recent coalition break in spotting Dick's. Very difficult to determine what the market is. GonNa. Do you can't have too much conviction on tribe because. You could have a situation where spot is now Bali down or or you you could have a an inverse in that situation where it's you can't be too shore of. What exactly is going to take place historically, and statistically right now, I'm very confident enough to say that the trade is short volatility right statistically and historically. There are no numbers that. I think individual could pull up that can lead me to say that betrayed is not football however. As a traitor and a risk manager. You look at this from a different standpoint, right? Because you look at this and you think, okay, the data makes numbers lineup but. There's been so much variability in twenty twenty. Do we really WanNa take this shop right? So there are a million other trades out there that we could take where not expressing the the. View which would so much conviction right till. Know, we could be short a little bit of ball in the book to try to capture that but in the Ristori Ward. From what we've seen in twenty twenty I mean twenty twenty just been. One of those years I feel like. I call it the coach because everything that is like a to Delta a five and under just has been hitting like. Seeing left and right and you're going to talk about life in general right like God rest soul Kobe Bryant died from a helicopter crash. Right? You just thinking about every little. You WanNa talk about the election I I'm a fairly young guy but I have not seen a year where there's been so much variability so with. Every taking place it's very difficult for me to say. Okay, I'm just going to fixate on the numbers and then. I'm just going to say like I'm just GonNa. Catch. The VIP in shortfall because the risk reward doesn't really pan out. Come. Brought to you by teach them the investment management business of Pfi. Join the pursuit of outperformance at pge him. Learn more at PG. Dot Com. That's PG I M DOT COM I'm I'm really curious about the sort of opportunity identify. So of course okay. The say the statistics lineup and say you should probably be shortfall because the sort of realized volatility. Going into the election is probably not going to be as high as the hedger's our position for and statistics. suggests probably some money to be made there and taking advantage of all the fear. What are the other things that you look for in terms of opportunities that are the sort of simple directional bets on one way or another upper down in volatility. Yes, so we look for. A little bit of regression in some relative value things I. I think earning season is really really comment I. Think it's going to for guidance. Is GonNa really paint the picture for us and I think reality will set a little bit because I'm anticipating a little bit of a slowdown in incorporating. The cycle so There are ways to capture that spread between some of the single names in certain sectors, right so We don't necessarily need to be. Mega focused on know You know we look to express some of our views and some of the sectors would single names in and also the ETL straights. So for example, if we're looking at a You know with the cues item Um you know maybe we think accused our trading relatively rich and idea either be on his trading relatively cheap from from a ball point, right? Maybe thirty day implied ball or you know we we like to focus on the wings. So we'll be looking at how is Curtis? Trading is the five Delta and under puts or five on the calls trading relatively cheap were expecting. So I think this earnings go brings up an opportunity. For a lot of dispersion and I think you'll see disparity in a few different sectors. So I think people. Could focus on that and I mean. You know from just eliminating. Okay like, lol itself. This election time. Is. Very. Important. In relation sectors might think about how important the oil sector is thinking about how important healthcare sector about how important the energy. Sectors. Are Heavily. Reliant on who will be the winner of this election right? Because it's night and day for the turn out of that. So no I think investors. Could and should focus on some other. Oh, yeah I think you know volatility's going to Spike I. Think if you look at the volatility on individual names and certain sectors that could present a little bit more opportunity there than Oh. Yeah. I'm just GonNa, play like a calendar spread and you know so January ball and by December balls or vice versa. I wanted to zoom out a little bit an sort of move away from the near-term concerns about. Fat Tales in the upcoming election and talk about volatility trading over the past few years. So one thing that we hear a lot is that central banks have artificially suppressed volatility through their various unconventional monetary policies but we also hear from various guests Ben I for it's a good example of that. Chris Cole from artists we also hear that. Wall Street or traders, and the sort of ecosystem around volatility trading has actually in effect. A also had a hand in suppressing volatility as well. I'm just curious to get your take on that if if you look at all now. How suppressed would you say it actually is and what would you attribute that to? Is that central banks or is it the way a big vall players are actually? Dealing in the space at the moment. Percival Salad had been. been been such a good period I i. love him but Yeah. So Haunted -absolutely suppressed but we're not seeing the same level of suppression as we were seeing, pre the COVID because a lot of these shortfalls funds, a lot of the fun veges focus on selling. Ten Put or Twenty five dollars put or whatnot. Those guys are kind. Kind of blown out, right so You're not really seeing the the level of aggression that we were seeing cre- covert. However, I should say that this is on arousal level because it's still a very heavy amount of all. Going out there central brings are absolutely suppressing volatility and I think the way how Global rates are actually Set up right now it is. It's a big problem I mean you have to look at it like this with global rates being so low if you are an alligator, you are just. Who's just fixated on generating return What can you do in this market? Right? Are you gonna go by corporate bond where you have to take on the same sort of default as you would wouldn't equity or you're GonNa go by a Treasury where you yielding like zero percents right There comes a point in time when you're looking at at the the menu and you're saying it so I might as well just invested in equities, right so global rates being so low it forces. New players who aren't really in the market to now. Move into this new spectrum, right? And with that. You also have this this interesting dynamic taking place with structure product just blowing up. Right you had. I, mean I was on the exotic him. And I can tell you for a fact you know January before the covert situation was an amazing. People were eating structure product the appetite for it is huge, right? So You think about everybody who is in the investing now right they want a piece of They want a little bit of everything compiled into one. All right. So they want a little bit healthcare. They want a little bit of check. We WanNA with a bit of know energy and they wanted on one little one basket right tension, the growth of new ETF part but what we are seeing is This Is Actually taking a way from walking crafts. So. If you were to look at the main components in the spy and the accused, right. The components that are in the two are the same thing it's basically the exact same thing. Right. So what what this is telling you is that the market is being driven on. No Brett Right. So as much as people want to diversify niche trying to diversify. Dear portfolio it's kind of on the large name, right? So With the growth of structure product with the globe global rates in the force rushed to to equities and then tossing pass it investing with the millennial group. They're just like Oh. Yeah. I want I want to be invested in the novel that's GonNa Return you know a guarantee twelve percent a year whereas. The reality behind that. It's not as easy as that, and you know people are just very open to putting their money into these type of. Products. So you mix that in now with. A big transfer of wealth that comes with the actual market buying power right so as a millennial myself. I have friends in the business and in different industries who are now. Becoming season professional where They're making a fairly good. And these people are now able to. Put their money invested in the stock market. Right. So decision making has now shifted from the boomers to the millennials, right so the buying power and we're seeing that spread people complain so much about you know the Robin Hunters An. Or some of the people that comes from there. Right. But it's not only the Robin Hood. That's right. It's the millennials that are a little more open to taking risks. Myself and my team we've we went through data on this little phenomenon and you know some of the. Market psychology and sentiment of the younger group or and so. Would that's taking place right all those things making into one. You have this added voltage right where you should and you could definitely have these left tail events take place more frequently than you were. Seeing you know in the ninety s or the eighty. So you mentioned having been on the on the sell side on the desk b. m. Oh, and of course you know again I'm talking about our conversation with Ben a few weeks ago. What did you learn from that experience that you take over to the buy side and how does that? Sort of like what did that experience teach you in terms of the opportunities that arise due to the positioning of the sell side of the dealers and so forth how does that help you think about and spot opportunities? I was actually speaking to actually at my old university and I was speaking. Two. Weeks ago now speaking to a younger kid. And he was telling me that he trains option. So I'm just asking him. You know some basic questions. Okay. How you? Especially when you and you know what is it that you look for? Right. So this gentleman had no idea what Delta Vega gambles, which is okay. Right even caused student who over we all learn but. The appetite and the. A willingness to go and train evidence is. The highest it's ever been right everybody wants point of leverage everybody wants to be invested in something that could generate something would have conventionally complaint. So people are very fixing on operating even though they have no idea what they're doing. So the growth is is is tremendous right and now you add in the fact that dealers need to carry a matchbook, which means that they really just need to hedge their risks. And you add that in and that leads to. Excess a dealer gamma hedging right and that leads to more emphatic swings in the market. And you know you asked me what did I learn B.? M.. Oh, you know I I learned a tremendous amount of under the guise Truly grateful to have experienced the or had the opportunity to help manage your book of that size, and you go through the day to day and understand the movie components of all the complexities book of that size with those type of Arctic's. Right, because you have a million moving pieces, I think understanding how to manage risk from a large book that with all the moving pieces I think really translated well to how we look at risk can't ambers but one thing that really opened my eyes was a situation that took place in I. Want us to late February or March, but it was really an eye opener to me back. In a particular way that we didn't anticipate. And although obviously you know I understood and knew the intricacies of the gamma hedging right and obviously when the day-to-day based I went through that process. Right. When we had our book, you know at the beginning of the morning or are under night. Because that was our job on these. Job was just don't lose money for the back. You're you're basically there is. A protection trader. So I remember. The market was taking. and. We got the call from the heads up and my boss at the time literally just. I Sat. One away from him I remember him to saying like, okay we need to hedge everything and. I'm looking at the positions I'm looking at like our Vegas moving our Gama's movie I'm sending myself like man. I don't know if this is really the right move but. He said he'd like we need to hedge everything. We got the call like it does not matter what the price is. We have much right. So what that meant for us is that We now have to go out into the open market. And Sell. That's the teachers. And basically by So typically what does that do? that. Try The price of the market down and that drive the crisis picks up. That time you know it was an eye opener because. There's a large bank you know we had to basically come in with a ton of side. And do this when the market was already getting hammered. And I thought to myself. This taking place across the street and it really sink into me that. This is much more severe than people give Give it credit. Because obviously I understood the ramifications of this because you know. Traded on the backside before there and you know. I'm stand how market micro words but when you see it in real time and you see how? You're moving the market which so much ties, and there's other guys that are doing exact same thing and fortunately. It kind of really clicked you and your life home actually I was literally just we just dropped the market or you know, uh, than you know of the clients, really just the market. It it emphasizes on what we try to do at amherst. Right we are fixated on capturing those left and right Taylor. All right. So we leave that with. Excessive Ozone Depression, and we will continue to see this right. The market will get back into a point of complacency and we will have those shortfalls. These funds come back and we'll have guys that are. Doing you know variants let them right right so It's just about wasting for for the Complacency right because when March twentieth third place. Everybody is not fresh in their mind right so everybody's now they want to manage right now they wanna focus on on on hedging off the book, but there will come a point where the market is just going up if people are going to be like Oh, you know. Why do this you know taking away three percent meals for me you know I don't need any more. That's when we will have more of these emphasize move takes place where you see a move like that you know you have a right or left. and. We believe that the way how we are set up positioning, we're GONNA be able to capture those type of move because as the market micro structure continues to adapt. 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So this is something I wanted to ask you that actually when you were telling the story about how everyone on the street was kind of doing the same thing all at once and hedging their own volatility exposure in similar ways. What are your options when you're doing that kind of hedging? Is there an opportunity to do something different to what everyone else is doing or by the nature of of the exposure you're sort of forced to buy or sell spy futures are futures or something like that how much freed- freedom isn't the right word how much creativity do you have in managing those hedges? While you know, you could try to get a little bit cutie creative. But at the end of the day, it's going to lead to one thing right if you are long. You need to cut down that. Delta right. So at the end of the day, you're going to need to be negative delta. So no matter how you WANNA flip it. If you want to say, okay, you know are I'm GonNa try to? Sell something that I believe is relatively cheaper that carry the heavier, Beta. Sure. But at the end of the day. Whether you're trying to goten through the window or goes through the front door or the back door, you gotta get out of the House. Right. So it's literally the exact same thing. If if you want to express to jump through the attic, you can do that. But at the end of the day, you're not GONNA be able to escape the situation that you're in at the mets basically. Okay. where I need to minimize. So I heard a and I think it was actually Chris called Chris Cole get this. On a podcast and he was basically saying like when the market was tanking, we had our phone's ringing off the hook and everybody wants to to hide you're. Saying like. There's nothing I can do for you at this point. You you want you want to write a book. You know thirteen percent fifteen percent down the time to hedge was before him. Right? You should have been calling. Before him so The game of volatility psycological game because people look at this and they say You know I don't really need this right now why am I gonNA lose five percent off my portfolio paying for this? You know like things are fine. Right but those are the moments where you really because. You may lose five percent. And your book amphibole Toady. It's going to offset those losses where you'RE GONNA lose three, five, percent forty percent in concentration. Guys if you work with the small enough like we did, we did a shock testing see where opposition would be in in watch and it was very easy to see that what a small allocation not only would you. We cooped your losses on based on the allegation that we believe and I won't go into like the stuffing that on on the park what? You would have not only recruiter you would have made money. So you know honestly contingent on the occasion and whatnot but. There's a situation where this thing is not only serve as a protective base, but it can also make money for you and you know even if you were just a blind guy that there's decided body ball cody. Pre February march you made money. If you a long volatility, it was very difficult for you not from eight one card to. Try to express that view and try to get creative about it. Because at the end of the day you're you're focused is basically one thing and that's really mitigate. Lewis. I WANNA go back to the question that I asked right at the beginning, which is why duval curve slope upwards and I mean I understand that that's how it always is but you know it seems to me that if you wanted to ask like what's The stock market going to do over the next week or the next month or the next two years the next five years it's probably GonNa go up based on I'm not talking about the future but I mean historically speaking that was just the case that over the long term, and this is like a fundamental axiom of investing over the long term hold for the long-term stocks usually go up at Cetera. and. So if this is one of the fundamental ideas in investing that the short term is noise in the long term is a steady gain, which is what most asset managers are assume, why do people pay more for protection over the long term than the short-term? That's a really good philosophical question I think it's because we don't have and we can't really project an idea of how detrimental the ramifications will be right and it's one of those situations where when the avalon starts to take waste most likely it's the beginning of what will be a bigger ball I. So it's right that snowball effect and it's very hard to try to like that out. You know if we were in a situation where guys could buy cheap ball on forward projection. I think from philosophical standpoint doesn't do it but you know I think people who don't really trade volatility. In know that. When the market and February and March. Longer David stuff on the term they didn't really move too much. If you look at some of the I mean if you wanted to talk about like an exotic, no Let's just say in general electric two years out. The vote on that didn't really move as much as. A. Right. But the longer dated real longer dated wall stuff like no talking about five years. That type of stuff doesn't really get going when Paul is Sewing like you know so. there. Is that misconception that people have where they think like? Well, you know five years. Five year old whatever. But you know I'm just GONNA. Sell. It was easy. Everybody would just set up. Just do that but Yeah from. A point I could see why Or rejecting top right and I mean, you think about all the bright man in the market where we have so many intelligent guys and nobody can probably project. Ball cody. There's a big assumption factor and there's a lot of variants in ton of variability in those type of deceptions and and that type of modeling. So. With all the bright minds that this world has produced, nobody has been able to accurately. Forecast Ball would you can have maybe a sense you know you you could make one or two times but. Actively testing volatility is something that I just don't think that humans can do right now. Chris that was a really engaging discussion. It's always good to dive into the volatility space especially now when we have interesting things going on ahead of the election and I guess the good news is we won't have to wait that long to see how it all shakes out. So just until November, December us thanks so much for coming on. Face those great. Now you got. So Joe I always enjoy it when we talk about volatility trading space and it's good to get a sort of a market practitioner like Chris who's in the weeds and can really explain what's going on when we see a gamut hedging event in markets, there's so many interesting. Things to think about I, mean one is. Against Thinking, talking to Chris, trying to ban the about all these retail traders who have come in to the market is the in in multiple ways I mean some of course gone crazy with call buying. Also I thought it was interesting Chris mentioning the rise of like this sort of like passive like I'm just GonNa you know by the same amount of stock every week on an APP like Acorn or whatever how much did the opportunity sort of comes down to like market structure things as opposed to take some directional view like, Oh, I think Biden is going to win and therefore ex. Yeah absolutely and I. Guess. The big change that we've seen in the market in recent years is that volatility trading has sort of exploded into its own industry and with it that's have had the impact on dealers, and then what the dealers are doing is having an impact on the broader market, but also volatility expectations as well. So it turns into this sort of. South fulfilling isn't the right word but self fueling cycle ago trading. So like suppression begets further suppression basically yes and you know look I still don't feel like I understand why volatility curve slow upward. Doesn't make any sense like the the short term is weird and we don't know what's going to happen tomorrow but probably the long term will be kind of boring, right? I. Know I feel like the long term. I mean look I think twenty twenty has kind of jaded me about what can happen in a single year let alone over the course of a decade but any tomorrow could be very weird. We know that. What about ten years from tomorrow? We'll ten years from tomorrow every single adviser we would ever talk. Stocks will probably be hard, but you don't do this. But you know what happens in the meantime who cares? And I? I'm still on the hunt for like the totally satisfying answer about how the investment industry's view could be stocks generally go up ignore the short term noise, but also we're going to pay more for long-term edges than we do shorts or. Look, I, think the the moral of this conversation or the big takeaway is that you're gonNA be selling some very, very cheap volatility exposure ten years in the future everyone to come to you for their long-term hedging needs. Yeah I'm a I'm putting a call out right now. No, I'm not but I guess you know thinking about it that way it's like sure I can say that I'll like would be a seller of long-term ball but do I really WanNa be on the hook for it maybe that's the issue I just don't want to up I just want to take my book. Yeah I, think it's going to end up being something like the carrying cost over the course of time but. Okay well. That note again, everyone a Bible. From Joe He's offering. But in the meantime, this has been another episode of the thoughts podcast I'm Tracy, alloway you can follow me on twitter at Tracy alloway. And I'm Joe Weisenthal. You can follow me on twitter episode work follow our guest on twitter. Chris, he's at. S I D I is though. 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Rewriting our story

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The vox media podcasts. How do you go about revising your work. Your country and yourself. Jamila smith and right for box but identity culture and civil rights and i'm your host for box conversations since may i've been reading over and over again. An essay that appeared in boxes the highlight. It's about repair. Revision and renewal themes that are often at the heart of our national conversations about race and racism with as many enduring inequities institutional failings as the united states still has the nation is undoubtedly unfinished the passage that stays with me. The most from that essay is this quote. The metastasized excused on wellness and wyde-fm is responsible for anti black terror. Happening in this nation's schools prisons hospitals neighborhoods and banks. This is the work of folks who despise revision nearly as much as they despise themselves. And it's a powerful piece. And that's one of many reasons. I wanted a layman. Who wrote it to join me for my first solo episode of box conversations recently. He released both his first novel long. Division and the essay collection entitled how to slowly kill yourself and others in america yes reacquired both words from the publisher and revise them according to his original vision. That goes to show you that. Even one of the best writers in america today embraces. What he calls the dynamic practice of revisitation. None of this is new for. Tsa whom. i know for many years. If you're familiar with this work especially heavy is award winning memoir then you might feel as though you know him yourself. We're going to talk a lot about writing and surviving and how writing helps us. Survive discuss his revised and revived novel. An essay collection and why revision is so necessary for america and americans alike. Thank you for coming on today. Welcomed the vox. Conversations edge mel. Thank you for having me on. Vox conversations. I look forward to really get into today. Which likewise man. Likewise i want to start but talking about words i think a lot about language. You think a lot about language and how it enables this to do both what we do for a living and what we do to live really right growing up black boy mississippi in jackson. How were you. I taught to use your words. was the sow right. It was i was. I was taught to use my words to gyp people's attention you know. I think he can use words to make yourself invisible alley kid in my family with my mama. Auntie so you know. Sometimes they'll be like key. Got him quiet. But i learned early. There's ways to use worse so it appeared. He required wire. My first foray into words was trying to decide like how president. I wanted to be visible to my mother. You know having real young. Tuesday jackson state me. She came back to stay like five years after she had me. And you know. She was obsessed with with ray words. And so then. I had to start my plus sorta writing and reading regimen which was sort of brutal. Yep i totally feel the connection with the choice to be invisible because i called my column invisible man after the novel. Yes i thought like. This is a place where i can choose how i'm perceived and i didn't necessarily have that option. I didn't make that choice right. And so given that You know we talking about revision and the release of these two works the long division and how to slowly kill yourself and others in america the opportunity to revise what you've already put out. There offers also an opportunity to look at yourself so yeah i mean i what happened and why did you end up pan ten times what they paid for the rights to your books. Oh so happy. I can laugh at that now. That's so interesting you ask them to. My body's reaction was to laugh. The short version is assigned a terrible deal. And i had to sign a terrible deal because none of the publishers in new york really wanted me into one did want me as you know. They bought the book. Sign a book then. They asked me to change the ratio. We'll take out the racial politics master told me to change a narrator black persue person chains place change of setting but when they told me take the racial politics at i was like i gave them the money bag but then i was just out there and you know jasmina for jazz award. Just publishes book where the line bleeds with his press out of illinois and i just sit them like three books when thursday. I think maybe friday or monday to hit me back. Want to publish. And they offered me thousand dollars essay collection and they offered me. I think two or three thousand. I think for for a long division and so sometimes we always talk about. These book deals yet to book. Low forefinger book deal ending. Those books went on to sell like sixty thousand copies and you know yeah and also signed signed away. My tv rights away by rates aside. We every possible. But i thought after all of that sort of rejection my assumption was a dude who i was. Sort of working with the editor publisher. Whatever i was like. He's my friend and so a few years later when back try to. I revise the books. Because i wanted to be different than how they came out. The duo's i know we can't go back in there and do down. I'll say okay. Whoa books back and then the guy was like all right. Well you gotta make me an offer. And i'll say what am i personally. Three hundred thousand dollars or something and then eventually thankfully from out my pj mark my editor. Kathy belden people scribbling. We work work work. We got it down to fifty thousand dollars. So i so my books for four thousand. Both of them Then pay fifty thousand to get them back to publish them. The whale wanting to far as i'm concerned you made a profit. Honestly after you got the back what was your feeling. What were your emotions million. That's a great question So interesting. Because i want to. I'm i'm still smiling. And i wanna say. I was so happy. But i was so happy but i was also sold mad now because of the fifty thousand dollars necessarily but because of you know sorta neither taste slash ignorance and stupidity. I was mad at myself. I was very mad at the person who i thought was a friend morning thing. I was just disappointed in myself. And then after. I voiced all of that and you know i wrote an initial like scathing ether about the dude and then my editor my agent okay. We know you needed to write that. Now you need to think about if you want that out in the world and i thought about it you think about it for a day. I've thought about it for like two weeks. And i was like i let me go right something else so i was. I was a mixture of like elated and I wanted to get him. I wanted to get him. I want to use my words again. That's what i initially. So i wanted to james ball. How james baldwin. Did richard reid or how you know i i want. I had a piece. I had an elaborate for piece. Yeah and then thankfully like people who actually work with waxy do love and love me. Were just like you needed to write debt. Now ask yourself if you want to deal with the repercussions of putting it out in the world. I did not actually did that smoke. I always want smoke but they were just like. Don't you know you know they. They they encourage you not to do that. And there was a great. It was a great suggestion. I didn't need that. That s a out there in the world. it it. I'm glad i didn't put that. Saf writing that we all do. Whether it's like the piece that goes nowhere whether it's journal entries all his writing is just for us. Yes and that's so essential. I'm really glad here in your story that you did that for yourself because you got it out of your body absolutely. I think you know especially as black writers man. We are in the business of opening up ourselves to not just the reading public but also you know to to the pain that we've already experienced right and i can only imagine have written a book yet but the pain of all of that. All of this assembled in this experience you had to revisit. What then is revising. How did that become a good thing. Because i know you wrote about it in that little essay you called it the rugged majesty of revision. What did you. What did you mean by that you know the. I think i was lucky in that long division as the nabu is essentially about the need for all of us to revise but the unfair burden we put on young black children to revise adult mistakes. Right like revision was already something i was like taken by and working with and then at the beginning to have your rate a leonard. Soma mom and tell her like we owe we jump to commit to to revising and talking to each other about what vast so those techs already steeped in revision And then it was sorta like cannot walk the walk right like i. You know like anybody publishes a book five or six years later. You gonna beco- can be like damn. There could have been better. I think a lot of us. You just try to build on like not make the same mistakes or build on something we did poorly in our next creation and i did that with the but at the same time there were just some essays that i just couldn't stand by any more ethnically you know what i'm saying like there were some essays and there was some there isn't chapters along division that i thought ethically were not sale and then of course aesthetically. There's just a lot of different things wanted to change but how slowly specifically you know there were there. Were some essays in there. That i kinda just felt like i was very messy sloppy with and wanted to take those out not just to erase them to work on them further and put them out in a different way but the main thing no to tell you the truth jamila after toilet for like fifteen. I graduated graduate school in two thousand one. You know me and my books amounted two thousand thirteen. And when i graduated aggressively everybody was like. Oh my have a book tomorrow. You're not did very well grad school so after failing to get my books out in the world for twelve thirteen years. I think i to myself to make sure that i wanted those books out the way i wanted him no matter what no matter what. A publisher told me editor anybody. So now that i'm thinking through it. I think it was like a way of loving the process and that process almost killed me. But i just needed to revisit that and visit the work that i was doing the process of trying to keep myself alive because you know you start defeat every time you get told no as a writer if you put your entire identity into riding. You're being told you ain't worship right and that's my offer hearing it that way but i just wanted to love myself enough to go back and change the art. I created during that time. Some of the essays that you eat the leader to seriously revised that you felt like you can stand by anymore. What can you be more specific about what that was in y. Ou yeah i wanna say about congress and black men who reported to be feminists and the way to essay was going was like i was trying to say that point. At the time i wrote it was thought he was doing incredible things with blake song structured. Not what he said. But how made songs and but you know early on you if you if you look not even that deeply you can see congas. Brutal spot was gender. And i was trying to do that thing where i wanna knock him as a black immunised but at the same time i needed to put the so perceptive lake flashlight into myself and talk about my complicity and i was talking about my grandfather. Who said some really fucked up shit about my mother. While she'd sick i couldn't stand behind what i said about. You know after. She did what he did. And i couldn't stand behind. Some of what i said about myself as assistant like black man and assistant obligatory reports feminist In what way did you feel like. You can stand by what i like. It was weird. Because i was trying to do this thing where i was like. Look it's so easy to discount. Because i'm a black feminist feminist and. I did that. But i was trying to. Critique that but even in critiquing the essay still a lot more like look at me. I'm special when that actually was not at all what it was supposed to be. And so in revision for that s say because that s i was like right. I'm gonna keep this for something else. I realize that i was using kong gay sort of to not deal with my relationship with the man who married my grandmother my grandfather and so. I think it's easy. Sometimes we consider ourselves black man. Seminars is so easy if you bring in anybody else who's not feminist to sort of just take shots at dim to feel better about ourselves and i was doing a little bit of that too much. Even essay was supposed to be about how easy it is to do that. I i just didn't write essay. Well i remember would ton hoc- told me about why he quit twitter in an interview. I did with him last year. And he saying that you know. I was just going on here. Basically to feel clever. Basically that it's like a place to flats like intellect and that is what this is about. You know right. And i think about that when you when you mentioned being a self identified feminists but at the same time is not some merit badge that we get awarded like cup ranks. Something right right you know. It's something that not only you have to earn in terms of life that kind of ideological position but you have to maintain it absolutely absolutely. Yeah and i think it's easier to accept the work of maintenance when you look at the fact that everyone who calls himself a feminist regardless of gender race or place in some way lives their lives contradictory. Do you know what i mean like. I think it's important for me to accept that. That's that's not specific to just like man for me. I mean that might not even sound like something new to you or anybody else for me. Once i understand everyone causing cells feminists has do the work of making sure that our actions and our support it like theory alive. It just became easier for me to walk away from these battles. Where i'm up. Lake is off the black man like shut. It is not really your am speaking from the mountain top of black because you get patted on the back so but it's like we do white people. You know what. I mean like you hear why you if a white person says anti-racist Oh my god like are they down ruthlessly no bra they said anti-racist anti-racist i feel this all the time bro the spokes post the black squares. They get the verbiage dow riot. And i'm thinking you know. They're taking the remedial course. Black people are forced to master whiteness. We're forced to be fluid flowing from jump like we go all around the world and speak the language of american whiteness. 'cause we get it we understand it. We know how it's perceived we know how they operate because we have to learn it in order to learn how to navigate survive. They don't have to learn about blackness in the same way it did not wired to especially in order to survive and so when all of this is thrust upon them whenever one of us is killed by police. Officer or whatever's may be elected president. There's always this kind of reckoning that's done for oh we couple of weeks couple months last year. We had the longest one. I've seen but at the end you know like you said in a vox essay that you put out if we want to do the repair we to talk about fairness it has to be on an individual level as well as a national level does it asks the dust and and we have to not just ask hard questions but be willing to give hard wrong answers you know. And that's the thing about what you just said djamil is that the ill shit is not that white folks. Don't know us right. It's that they don't know themselves and then they ask us for help. Do you know what i mean. Can you help me see myself. You help me. And i think if we slow that down often it comes from wealthy or at least like upper class white people who were like every really unpacked. What they're saying is like i had the quote unquote best education. Money could buy off. It came from two parent homes. There was wealth in my in my home and my society and always use trump to show over and over again the things that they say we should aspire to wells two parent homes quote unquote good schools Now they're like we have to. We have to re calibrate like why we perpetually want that sort of normalcy when we see over and over again that that normalcy is catastrophic. But i don't think we can even get their less. We think about the fact that often we assist in their man are asking. We're not asking enough but also we do ask asking women and femmes to tell us about ourselves. Why people are doing the same thing when it comes to race with the problem is my granny was trying to talk to white people to sheet whose house she clean about them. And the nicest most christian way possible and they gave fucking two dollars and fifty cents. You know so so. This is where i think the reparation and the repair come in. It's like when people are perpetually teaching you about themselves he knew about you not just not just ball when not just morrison not just ebron but the people. The essential workers day to day are are being asked so many ways verbal and nonverbal to teach the elites about themselves and sometimes people stepping up to do that but like what is the. What's the pay. What's what's the pay. We did all that work. And then we come out of it and now you're talking about critical race theory. Some shit. they're probably fifteen hundred people in the country. Actually understand it's ridiculous. It's ridiculous and i and i grew up on critical race theory. But i can tell a sham. When i see one critic ristori is not a sham. These republicans understanding media are throwing critical race. Theory out there something again. Ninety five percent of black people would not be able to tell you what that means but this is the smoking gun. Now come over. Yeah yeah i mean. Let's just decode effort. Everybody they're not trying to necessarily ban critical race theory that trying to make blackness even further ostracized from the american story. And what happens when you remove someone from a story. They're not part of the narrative anymore and it makes it that much easier to dehumanize them to mistreat them to discriminate against them. And we see just now. This study recently from the ushering in belonging is the to This a research hub at uc berkeley out of every metropolitan region in this country with more than two hundred thousand residents every municipality eighty one percent of them were more segregated two thousand nineteen than they were in nineteen ninety by so. That's that's especially in like rust belt cities like my home. Town of cleveland like they. The segregation is is is so bad that only two cities in the entire country the they marked as actually integrated that is insane. And let's not make the mistake. That thinking integration is gonna save us but the point is is that things in a lot of respects are going backwards on our watch yet and they want us to think that will resume as a thing of the past. And i think the real reason behind all this is that racism has been commonly accepted as villainous. They understand how villainous assist right. That's why you folks get so excited about calling me a racist and we talk more about that than the actual racism and you know what else djamil. It's like you said it. It's a criminalization of critiques of whiteness. Like that's very generous. Way for me to put it right and i this criminalization of critiques of white supremacy. You know. I got kicked out of school for taking a library book out of the library. I pay tuition to go. Who and bringing it back right got kicked out of school for that year. But but the real reason was that i was put on disciplinary probation for having the audacity to walk to my car with my partner in in college we go on to chucky cheese to go to work and his attorneys out there having a bad day and they're black seats and they're an afro wigs and their confederate cakes and one of the people out there was current governor of my state who play ball with drought all my childhood tate reeves i put on disciplinary probation for not wanting to let them call me a nigger an. Id kicked out of school. And what i'm saying is a history of criminalising critiques of white supremacy and really at the criminalization of critiques of white folk. What i'm saying. I think we need to make it clear again him. These are the same people who see must be honest. One of the most white people loving men we will ever meet. This is not a distance as descriptive. They may a garage obama into a racial warrior. Who was coming for them. The a man who would never ever ever ever call what. They did thug dish. But you know would say people looting a drugstore thuggish and i'm just saying this isn't a decibel bombers much as it is. They've made that man into the racial batman they may that bad into the man who was coming to get up a man who would do everything in his power to make them feel like he was not critiquing their whiteness. That is where we are in. This nation pivots metoo this essay that you wrote a six years ago and the aftermath of white terroist murdering non black people during a bible study at mother manual of ami church in charleston south carolina about black folks in forgiveness and what we are taught and how that teaching of forgiveness basically metastasized into something. That's actually malignant. This shame that we that we carry with us. What we're seeing is folks trying to make people forget the past and i see something that's connected between you know what we were encouraged to do. Then which is pray for enemies and all that and right now when folks literally passing laws that prevent teachers from teaching about our own history and passing laws which prevent them from learning about their own history bingo. That's where i think we have to continually pivot. You know what i mean. It's like yes. I would love to talk about the way. This nation and folks in this nation particularly like white folks in this nation have violently like assaulted in every which way can imagine black folks native folks latino folks and an accurate assessment of that has to start with the way these people see themselves so you have lawmakers out there not just say we're not go teaches black history or we're not going to tell white kids the truth about where they come from. You have a nation that i think at its best can do nothing. But hold off their life fam- because that is that is the court that desire to not teach your children to not encourage your children to revise to go back You teach kids not to revise you gotta you gotta you teach people not to go back and look honestly in assess like how got here you got him and that is the pitiful part of it all right besides how bad i get about what they did to my grandma. What do they do to me. What they do to muslim people in his culture. I'm just like y'all. How did y'all do that to your own children. How could you do that to yourself. That's what i feel. You know housley speaks to this. Whole notion of american exceptionalism despite being the country that incarcerates more people by ray and by number than anywhere else in the world right. How is it that we can think of ourselves as so great and so infallible that we don't need to fix anything you know. I was raised by a christian. You know me like my grandmother taught me that the time that you should most concern yourself with revision is after. You've got something that you think you deserve after you've gotten what you deserve me. Most invested in revision. Because you need to assess why you actually need or want. That thing is at the core. What does that bank or that idea do for you. But these folks worked opposite. Once you get that thing you think you want or need in the moment you never need to go back and rethink the ethics of you know. I mean again. I come from very active political self determined people from mississippi chakma. Mississippi be specific. And there's always attention with with with our folks about how much time we spend critique gain in trying to change these people understandably because if you these people you can change your conditions and how much time we spend convincing trying to change ourselves to be more we need for each other and and those days have to go hand in hand but in my work. I've just been trying to tease through like the history of people trying to make that decision like do we do. We spend our energy trying to change these people and or double down and have faith in the fact that like we have to work and the reason we are sitting here today standing here today talking here today is because of the faithful work of a lot of mostly for us a lot of mostly black people who were helped by again a multiracial group of people in this country. That's i have faith that we can be better. I have faith that we can work harder. And ensure that the people come after us have more access to healthy choices. In second chances. I believe that Also believes the talking to white people about white people seductive and in my life can ultimately get you nothing right. That's hard all those two. Things are very hard for me to sydney. But that's what. I'm trying to do my work. Let's stick quick break but when we're back every writer artist or creator who put something out to the world has in some way about the audience on the other end but for black writers like pse and myself. This process often involves some extra steps. We'll explain after the break. What is normal. Everyone's talking about a return to normal these days. But what's normal for one person. It certainly different for another especially now as all rebuilding what our daily patterns relationships and social interactions look. Like if you wanna little extra help navigating what normal looks like to you. There's talk space. 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And i think you can welcome people to read and to take in what you have to say without catering to them because i really honestly feel like that insults people's intelligence and if you want people to actually engage with your work you have to approach it almost as if they already are engaging with it and i think that we are so lucky as organisms in that we can like recollect like we have the ability to do something and really consider like what that thing we done is doing in the world and ingredients of it and so we just look at like this. We are talking today right. I wanna ask us if we ever been a part of a podcast. Where all the producers all the other people were black the entity was black on the majority of watches and readers would be black and the people talking would be white. No white people never ever have to sit in and sustain what it feels like just to talk to work to thank to produce in the face of a black audience that can not only give you money but also critique you if you don't do something right that is not just something small fan the fact that we are here talking to each other lovingly and honest in this space that in some ways made possible by various manifestations of white people and whiteness means something. When i'm trying to say is like someone. I read your work like no matter if it was. Msnbc a rolling stone home. Like i do feel like you are like talking to us. And i know that you also have to and some way talk to people who might not have love for us. I don't think that sacrifices the work though. But i think we have to be honest about ingredients that go into the stuff we produced and i think sometimes like having to do the work that we have to do like the maintenance of audience i think creates more profundity but it's interesting and something that like white writers white creators white critical people don't ever have to deal with. They don't have to really senate what it means to be. Subject to an audience is where of black people. Right right on the flip side. Though while we have the responsibility of maintenance of an audience. I think you know. White writers and editors and other folks in power in business have the responsibility to ensure that the audience gets a perspective that isn't simply reflected through their own lenses absent. Honestly that's me is a commitment that goes well beyond having diversity task force It goes well beyond having some sort of days off or particular holiday. I'm glad they made you take the holiday. Don't get me wrong but you know. We got a unanimous vote on that but we can't get ten republican votes for voting rights. In that's again not expansion to consider voting rights. We can't get ten votes to consider talking about what you mean. Not even not even voting right. We get tivo the to consider having a conversation about voting rights and meanwhile on june or next martin luther king day will see the tweets an statements saying that they value the sacrifices of all those who have come before us to ensure that every american has equal and fair access to the privileges citizenship. Or something like that. And you add a sentiment in a piece that i recall in which you're talking about being drunk on the antiquated poison of progress and that's me is one of the biggest moral dilemmas. We face it as a country were faced with folks who once you leave. Certain things pass. Don't talk about it. But did you see that. Confederate monument said at war hero robert e lee. What you want to change. The name of the woodrow wilson school at princeton university. How dare you. We're just trying to honor history here. I mean this is the kind of things that were told to swallow. Yeah and i think the urgency that's going behind this critical race. Theory thing is based in a realization. That noah's or at least not enough people are willing to swallow this anymore. Yeah last year. If it accomplished anything it got the discussion out in the open. And derek chauvin like like you. I didn't have anything new to say about that. Even after the verdict but upon reflection now to meet that was an act that triggered something new. I mean we've seen walter scott back we've seen tamir rice a shot right. You know we've seen so many of these violent incidents or heard them on audiotape but for some reason that that cracks something in the american consciousness and this is where the grim becomes out. You know what. I mean like you don't know about you. Bug ramona's all about you. Know the lousy pre budges. You get what you give. You know what i'm saying and so there's a lot of reasons that i think chauvin murdering george floyd meant so much coach but a lot of it has to do not just with the pandemic but trump's you know a generous terms mishandling but i want to say something much more honest than that but i'll just say miss hanley. Trump's mishandling led to this awakening like. There's no question about that in my mind. They got what they were gonna get and just like white folk drought history. There's a backlash to which you get what you get. And what do you do you storm a capital because the states and particularly to republican runs states won't refuse to count black people's votes so you storm the capital. That's so ill about these votes. I'm like you know like the rules are set. They lose according to the rules and then they get mad because they can't cheat enough. That's there's something wrong with deborah deeply deeply but at the heart of it though they never wanna be the villain of their own store resume and bigotry of all types. Misogyny that's always going to be popular with some people. I don't think we're ever going to be fully rid of that in in that light account interested know what you think of the permanence of racism in how we contend with that. Because it's one thing to read about dr king to hear him say. I may not get there with you knowing that. We've made progress beyond jim crow so to speak but then like to node it. We may not get there with not just the next generation but the generation after that. That's going to be fighting these same battles. How do we as writers. How do we navigate that. I think we. I think we make ourselves useful to organizers. You know. I think i think there are people on the ground that are attempting to make things an organized around the exact sort of principles and things we write to and through And i know a lot of us do this. But i think we have to continue to be of use to organize. I think there's lots waste one way you know like somebody's like a fox. Like yes i want. You write this essay on george floyd and chauvin like i might talk to my folks. The dream defenders on my talk to some folks that blm and be like you about to do this. Robots would. Y'all think. I need to say no two thousand thirteen piece. That comes out. Because i talked to my people be eleven. I was like y'all guardian. Asked me to do this. What did y'all think needs to be set out here. And i'm not trying to be like these. Words changed collective consciousness immediately or anything like that. But i think that we need to be part and parcel of organized direct actions and the writer artistic arm of direct action has always been crucial so. I think we have to do that. Dwts racism in his place is permanent. Yes but that's not what. I'm afraid of because i mean i think racism i think empire are permanent. But what i think we can make. More permanent is a desire to revise our sort of lake initial forays into anti blackness. Anti semitism queer antagonism trans haggas. Might i think those things are going to be here but we have to also get is a desire to look back at like how much of that is in us and a desire to actually be better going forward so yes they all it. S sheet is perpetual but also they they can be perpetual is ironically the desire to collectively revise our investments in those things and then the question is if we do collect a provision into those things. Do we get to a place. Where truth and reconciliation is not like one time one day one week one year thing but a process we as americans wanna lose ourselves in. The problem is if we as what we call. Americans lose ourselves in a process of restoration. Repair the lisa truth. Reconciliation we are no longer americans and that is what i think we have to sort of long for a place where like the americanisms that make us or something. We revise our way out of and that is not a meal. Sailing country needs to die but americanisms and the worst of americanisms absolutely need to decay and dodge. But they don't do that on their own. We make it. And i think it's okay to ask us to eventually lean out the parts of us that are destructive and there are lots of parts of bus destructive. I don't know how you do that if you don't revise that's just muscle atrophy like this season if you don't look back at what you've done in ingredients of who you are. What made you do what you've done to hurt yourself and other people. How do you stop hurting people. If you're one of these like you know pat yourself in the chessman who like. I don't regret anything. Because if i didn't think it'd be who i am today. How can you be different tomorrow. You cannot right so thankfully. It's pretty basic sadly. It's really really really hard to look back at who you are. I say. I need to be better not skinnier not happier but better at the heart of it is exactly what you're saying. Revision is progress and people need to understand like my work is animated by nothing more than his quote by james baldwin it. I love america more than any other country in the world. And exactly for this reason i insist on the right to criticize are perpetually. That is patriotism to me right. That's what patriotism looks like. It looks like tough. Love right and listen i mean you know. I can't think it's too many people who don't grow up without tough love of some sort whether it's in your household with his at school whether it's you coach you get tough right and if instead of taking it so personally making it about you. Let's make it about us right. And that's me is essential absolutely absolutely and you know. I've just been thinking about this late. You teach when. Tom and i teach that s. Say that the quote comes from you read autobiographical notes. Incredible last graphic essay. And you know the await need made me realize that. I don't think black american. Patriotism should be a prerequisite criticism. Oh no doubt for so long. Though i i kinda was like in that ball unquote was like tattooed on my chest. Like american any place in the world for assist on right prevention curse. Yes but there are a lot of people. I love in this country in in this world. Who don't love america more than any other place in the world and insists on perpetually criticizing her so because of what she's done to them do you know what i'm saying signed up critics. I'm criticizing you because of what you have done to me my grandmom. My mama grandma. My great great grand mamma. Not because i love what anything works. But because i love them. And i think baldwin's things like yes but these people help make america so we're have mary yet but at the same time i just don't want filling. Oh black people who make these critiques. The nation have to explicitly or implicitly called themselves patriots. To be taken seriously and the craziest thing is that like the people who call themselves patriots in this culture are the people who literally want to destroy the air of the country. They love so much the water of the country they love so much and the people of the country loves so much so if that is like the definition a patriot i wanna par sub. Nope not want and that's new for me. That's something i realized in the last few months. They can't have the nation of mama emaar great people. Yo people help make without getting paid. They can't have that patriot. Shoot take it there. Should i more quote. I think. Because i i do love america and i definitely think that listen at the heart of america are some ideas that work that a worth protecting that being said. I don't need. Current leaders necessarily embody those ideals perfectly in order for me to still believe in the and we talking about faith in works unseen. Certainly the works unseen in this country are equity along racial and all other lines of identity crates. So if we're gonna have faith in this country that our forefathers are four mothers have worked so hard to build into maintain then. I'm will definitely point out where the holes in the bodnar before we all stick together days overflow. We continue seeking together. That's the part rate lakers. We we taking a water now. Okay we're gonna take one more short break but when we come back yes as memoir heavy is an extremely vulnerable and powerful piece of writing that still resonates deeply with me and i've always wanted to ask him what it took to confront the struggle on the page now. I'm the host of a pockets. So i get to do just that after. The this is advertiser content from lendingtree as the possibility of travel returns. Many of us may be dreaming of a long awaited getaway. An online survey showed two thirds of americans are planning summer vacations this year. There's a huge amount of pent up demand for travel. So you see a lot of people heading out. That's budget travel writer. Met cavernous also known as nomadic math. He says planning great trips also means lots of time poring over search engines looking for the perfect place to stay. People liked to over plan. Going in prepared will help you save money aboard cultural pas and just get a better sense of how the plan the big theme of your. 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But none of the major apps are profitable with billions invested rockstar peos in a pandemic that exploded the growth of industry. Why aren't these companies profitable in. Who's bearing the cost of all this convenience. All episodes are out now. Follow land of the giants. Wherever you get your podcasts from recode eater. The vox media podcast network. I wanted to talk about heavy. Okay both you and now you know we custody guys you know. I used to live down a latte dobrev appreciative ed. But shoot. i was to forty five this morning. So that's not. That's not my goal. let's put it that way. It's not my weight goal as oh listen. Obstacle would wait issues of struggle with body image issues out. What i'm saying in the past tense because it's true today reading your book though it gave me an insight into someone else might okay key is going through or went through things that i can recognize and give me some ideas about how to deal with about how to cope with it and i mean i'm still formulating. I'm trying to help the audience understand. Would it took for you to confront this both in real life and then later on the page. Oh i was asked this question. I didn't get called on. It took right in. How does all case caso. It took writing long division. And it's a great proudly a hundred other essays to get to. Where i i actually could trust my skill to go into something so terrifying in something is like an honest exploration of what my body does in what i feel about what it does what it has had the to it like people our age. We know what it was like to grow up in a you know late eighties early nineties mid nineties and we started to get all it is vocabulary. Arou- white supremacy around empire around patriarchy but at our worse we didn't connect our actual bodies to those terms. We didn't we didn't walk our bodies into what page arche actually meant for elbows for our knees for our love. Handles and so late heavy was like i. I've written these two books that were different in very hard to right now. I think finally have the skill to go into something kinda wanted to write my entire life on even damn relic. I did that book. Nearly destroy me and i know right to say that. Oughta tom and i believe them. But you know to talk my mom about she. Don't wanna talk about it. Talk to my granny. But they don't want something. And then i have to talk to reader. I talk to you mill about shit. Delake i was embarrassed to talk about. You know but i just have faith that i finally got my skills up to where i could do something with it. And that's what. That's what. Got me and said i had to write two books really hard to write in order to it began to do that. Book justice now this you know honestly this actually a good thing for especially young writers to be here and right now to understand that not only. Is that kind of preparation. Necessary to achieve a work like to build a working to put something like that out there but also that is okay to struggle as a young writer be. That's that's what we coming. I i would want. Anybody rely college columns right ooh broke. There's one i'll i'll tell you later but all was but you were experimenting. Yeah experiment. That's the thing we need to talk about that part of it right like we were in school and start like we had the waiter to race on our back we got write these columns at the end of the day though we were young people experimenting with words and ideas. Which means we're going to fail. And would sally also means not deal with failure. Well but i feel you. Those columns that i wrote in ninety two ninety six brutal grew taliban fair but honestly i just look at heavy is an incredible achievement because what the book helped me to do was to understand how body image and and in weight from another black male perspective had to do with everything. That's going on around me. And i had put together that i was an emotional leader. I had put together. That i turn to you. Know comfort food moments of the worst trial or at moments where things get really hard right. I just i put it together. You know i can put you know. Talked about the systematic discrimination against steeples all around the world. But i put together the fact that i enjoy a pint of haagen dazs. When i'm feeling down it's changed my whole relationship with food i started to think about my actual dina wet think about media putting the membrane. Yeah do i need to be watching these shootings. Do i need to be watching. This particular hearing Do i need to watch conservative media outlets or listen to them or read them. What am i putting in my head. Oh thank you for steak. You for sharing that remain for like i i feel and i hear it and i think that the flip for me is you know because there was a point in my life longtime ten years or so when i you know i had a different kind of disordered eating right like i was starving and i was like i. I was eat three times a week. I was running at least eighteen. Miles a dank. You know what i'm saying. I wasn't sleeping like sometimes sometimes my worst. I'm like man. I wish i could back to looking like that but to look like that i had to fuck it a tip to kill myself a different way. You know what i'm saying to myself anymore with with the haagen-dazs or with the honey bonds or with fry cheese shit. I'm trying to do the opposite. Which is killed my so by not giving myself things in my body needs and they congratulate myself that i could get through that or you could run when you haven't taken a day off in seven hundred days good for you. You're hungry is shit but you're not even going to drink water tonight much less good for you. It's just so how define what healthy is once you've laid like forty something years because times you're holding yourself to a standard which was completely unhealthy but it looks different than you look today. Do you know so. I feel you when i hear you. I just we gotta talk about it all. I mean a year ago around his time. You know we're dealing with. George floyd murder. We're dealing with the uprising. Dues work stress. There's pandemic that still raging no vaccine yet. I'm going through a divorce. I had a lot going on. And what i was trying to do was expunged at through exercise through being. You know what supplements work and i you know. I dropped down to fourteen. I mean i wasn't then you know something else happens another motion crisis go back up it just swings back and forth my self worth would swing back and forth with you are preaching right now and now. I'm two forty five. And i feel great. It's not about necessarily the wait. It's not about it's about giving the weight off of us right cannot see your grab around our midsections and you have a whole lot of weight on you and be skinny as a mug. You know what i'm saying. You can have so many people running from things an exercise they run. They're running from things not saying that that's necessarily a bad thing. Okay to run away from things that you feel like may hurt. You hurt you but just understand why you doing. It does have some time with yourself. No self-reflection understand why you're doing it. That's my thing man. I feel like. I owe you our fidel. A psychologist djamil. How much another book i got. I got a book called the guide that i'm finishing up next few weeks children's book call up city some country. Summer is coming out next year and heavy you know have been made into a film so i i'm i'm staying busy i it just it just popped in my head i was reading your vanity fair essay and you wrote that you know first of all being black southern writer in america is your super power. I'm always transferable now that i live here. It is l. k. goal I know. I just want most sure. I could opt in but you wrote the aloneness. Is our fuel loneliness. Our fire is yeah. I would say that that just by itself isn't fuel or fire from me right right. How do you take that solitude. Future so man. I'm i tap into blues ethic and again like the flip side of this is that you can drown in this sort of stuff but but the wonderful side is that you can flow in it and so for me. It's like a blues at again. Really come from where i come from. Mississippi is fiftieth in everything that matters you know saying like health education environment you know but but we're not fifty in art production. I think partially precisely because we are fifty minutes so many things so for me. It means literally like tapping myself into traditions made me you know. I was talking to like the fred singer of the victoria. An idea was talking to me about listening. To one of the people on the stands during the george floor show showcase and personal was saying you see you see. George floyd fish right. They're making a fist. He's trying to breathe through his hands because he can't breathe through his neck and a deal was like data's web blues has been right. That is where black culinary southern tradition is banned like people being choked out by culture by actual people and then attempting to make something you know. I don't wanna be able as you can make something without your hands. She was just using a hands. And example for me is just like when when i'm in mississippi and i came home for lhasa of reasons but one thing i came home for us because my work needed to breathe that mississippi arrogant now i might have had enough of that might be head over that mississippi af. I need to go somewhere else. But at the tom i couldn't breathe in new york and i needed to come back home and breed that southern air and being with my family my friends but it also missing my big ass on a porch. Filling that fucking humidifier air come through my my mouth into my lungs and hopefully like into my fingers on type. It and i don't care what anybody says. Like a lot of his work we do is intellectual. It's mental but some of your fam- is like you just have to trust in something to get the words out and sometimes you get the words out also get the words out in spite of ourselves. We get the assemblages words out in spite of ourselves. And so i believe in and because i believe in it i needed to come home and be along like in addition to be with my family. I just needed to come home and be alone. 'cause i don't remember what it was like to be alone and mississippi anymore and when i came home and got along a finished heavy revised these books i wrote. City country summa So so so for me. It's just like finding the places in the world that you need to be with people and alone and for me. Mississippi was was that place. I don't know if is that place anymore. But his definitely was last four five years. Will i definitely believe that You know certain folks in certain places are in our last for seasons Sometimes you know they'll seasons change. But man i just want to Thank you for all that you're doing. And if for loving us men and for believe in us so thank you so much to loving us and thank you for just kost always talking about people about one of the things we have to do is be consistent. Wow experimenting with form an idea for you consistently experiment with form an idea on a high ass level and i think that is because you are you but also because you who you are someone deeply loves us and wants us to have more than we have today so thank you. Thank you so much for your work and thank you also making space for me today. Box conversations is produced by eric. Jamaica's our editor is aiming draw stops all robert mousy mixed and mastered this episode. Our theme music was dreamed up by the mysterious brake master. Cylinder enlists kelly nelson is the vp of body at box. If you like the show let us know room for improvement. You want to hear that too curious to know what you think what you want more of and what. We could improve if you have ideas. Refusal guests are topics. Send us your thoughts at box. Conversations at vox dot com. And hey if you do like this episode share with your friends family member in rate in review and join us again on monday for brand new epsom.

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Audio Bible study on Romans 9:1-5

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Audio Bible study on Romans 9:1-5

"The finished up romans eight so this evening the want to deal with romans chapter nine. We'll get down through lord willing about five or maybe verse six in romans. You find that there are three chapters. Maybe a couple more but especially Three a lot of people find. It'd be very difficult sometimes. There's some very bright people that do some very strange things with romans romans ten and romans eleven and these are not necessarily the easiest chapters in the book but if you bear in mind i think some basic guideposts. That will help us. Largely we go through the chapter when you think about for example people who are out there on the river. If you've ever done any voting you know there are some navigational beacons so to speak their markers out there which will talk about channels or areas where you might have some shoals different things you might need to watch out for as you study the bottle hugh you have some of those same things. You have markers for example. You're thinking well. This is an old testament can instantly in your mind. That should tell you some things or if it's a new testament book or if it is poetry or if it is in the area of law or if it's in the life of christ and as you look at romans three passages. I think which will be helpful. We back when talking about romans chapter three verses one and two and back. they're not read those verses. What paul said that for the jews. They had some definite advantages. That's important to remember as we look at romans. Nine ten and eleven jewish people. There were some things that they had that other people did not have all came right out and he said that. If you are a jew there's some good things that you have that the gentiles did not have and then back there chapter for seventeen. He said that the jewish people understood their advantages and glory they boasted. They were excited. They were enthused about the good things that they had. So there was good comprehension and then this will be an old tests reference for back in deuteronomy chapter seven verse six. You turn back there. You'd find there were. There was a time when the jews were god's special people that is no longer the case. And that's one of the things policy going to discuss at length in the book of romans. We've seen that back. For example in romans chapter two twenty twenty nine when he said a true jew was not one who was a junior was. Outward is not the matter of cutting off some flesh but now a crew jew is one who circumcised on the inside. It's a matter of the heart and that means salvation is available to all people so this new chapter chapter nine paul's clung to begin by answering the question. What will become of. God's chosen people if salvation is in christ if you were ju- and you had been reading through some of the stuff that paul had been writing this book perhaps hearing some of his teaching. That would have been a question. That would've probably been on your mind all right chapter nine verses one through five pulses i saved the truth in christ i line up my conscience with me and the holy spirit that i had great sorrow and unceasing pain in my heart for i could that i myself were anathema from christ for my brother and see my kinsman. According to the flesh who are israelites. Who this is the adoption and the glory and the covenants and the giving of the law and the service of god promises who's are the fathers and of whom christ is concerning the flesh who was overall god blessed forever im- in. There's a lot there to unpack and we're going to do that. Step by step paul. As he begins this new chapter and again there were not chapter and verse divisions in the original. But you find three statements. Run off of that. And sometimes in your browser you might like to. Underline the underline the maybe like to make a one-two-three but anyway the three points there and they are all designed to drive home the same point number one pulses speaking in christ. What number one of them speaking the truth. Now when someone says. I'm telling you the truth. You might not believe them. Maybe what they're telling you is the truth is not credible. But when someone says. I'm telling you the truth. Generally people pay attention to that. We're thinking all right. You're giving me this information. You're telling me that this information is correct. I will therefore make an evaluation. But paul does not stop with an affirmation after seeing. I'm telling you the truth and telling you the truth in christ. He says number two i. Why not so positively. I'm telling you the truth negatively on not lying to you. He doesn't stop there does he. And then he says my conscience bears witness but how in the holy spirit. So if you're not willing to believe that. I'm telling you the truth. If you're not willing to believe that ally is the furthest thing from mine i am telling you with the holy spirit is my witness that this information is correct when you have someone making three statements like this one right after the other. What would be your assessment. As far as how serious the material is the follow us. I mean you would think that based on high you're offering this buildup that this is probably won't will be pretty pretty important. And that was certainly true. He uses some positive and negative statements to affirm that the information is absolutely reliable. Well this was important. Paul as far as background. What he'd been he'd grown up as a jew and had been a faithful hebrew. When you look at the flipping letter. He says he was a hebrew of hebrews. If you were back in that time and you knew about paul. Perhaps you had served with him. He said he was a pharisee of the pharisees. You had served with paul as a pharisee and he leaves behind that way of life. If you're still in the system of judaism as you look about as you look at paul. Think about paul. Talk about paul. Perhaps how are you going to describe paul. You're to say at least you're going to be thinking he is and you've stuck with the system. Paul did not now says you look at paul. Think about paul. Talk about paul. You're thinking he is in all right. That would be one word that would certainly be appropriate. He's a heretic. He is a traitor. You know he's turned his back on godless people anything else. Heretic trader. the ultimate bachelor and apostate. He's now a servant of the devil. You might even say if he were an ancient you and you really committed the jewish system that You know he's now a servant of the devil. He is as bad as as simple as the gentiles. Paul paulo says wait a minute. There's there's a lot going on here that maybe you're not familiar with you have not thought through and as he starts preparing his readers for that he wants them to know that he is concerned about the jewish people. You begin to see that in verse two. He tells people he says look. I have not turned away from the jewish people. It's not that among concern. He says i think about the hebrew people. What's true of me. He says i had never won all right. But not just sorrow he says i great sar and when someone says well you know i feel sorry for them. I feel bad. I feel awful for them. That's nuts but when someone says i feel really sorry for them. I truly grieve for them. We take it up a notch or two. He didn't stop there though he said. In addition to the sorrow what else do i have in my heart. What do i have. I have pain. That will be how some translations rendered and he says the pain is unceasing it never quits. Now if you've ever had any kind of pain of your foot hurt maybe your arm hurts for your head. Works and you think i need to get rid of this headache or my backache or my foot hicks whatever that is and eventually relief comes. You're thinking i'm sure glad my head no longer hurts. Got took the aspirin or ibuprofen. Whatever that was that was finally able to eliminate that. But paul says i have this pain. That's not a physical pain. It is an emotional pain because most of the jewish people are lost. When paul is writing this letter you begin to see that. There is a very clear distinction his mind between the nation of israel. And the church. That's different than what some people think. Today some people have the idea that one religious group is as good as another in fact as long as you believe in the same. God you're shape. Paul did not believe that. The jews and the christians they did believe in the same god but there were some very very difference. There is some huge differences. Most law colossians two fourteen. It'd be a cross reference there. Moore's law was nailed to the cross. The king james translation does not say i. Would we have there in the afc. He talked about the great sorrow king. James says he had great heaviness. So if you know that some of the translations we use the word like sarah you can understand heaviness without other translations though. That might be a little confusing. But here's paul describes that he uses the present tense. And here's what. I find interesting about that when paul talks about this this heaviness when talks about this great sorrow. If you were to look at that word which is translated heaviness acerra. Here's how you'd find a used elsewhere. In the new testament it describes childbirth. John chapter sixteen in verse. Twenty one when a woman is in the throes of childbirth. Obviously if you've had any exposure to that as a male or a female it's not a pleasant experience. It's not some something that a woman wants to repeat. Probably anytime soon. But that's what pulsing as a woman travails as a woman suffers when it comes time to bring a child into the world. That's the kind that's the degree. That's the level of sorrow. That i have for these people who are outside of jesus. Christ you also find the word. Being used in. John chapter. Sixteen for six there. It describes the sorrow the agony. The pain that is associated with death. You talked to someone you sit with someone you show up the funeral home and here is someone who has lost a loved one and they are bawling and they are crying. they're someone who cannot be comforted there in the great state distressed. And they say i just feel awful. Loved one has died. I don't know what to do. When paul looks at the jewish people the people who are out of christ the people who were lost. That's the kind of sorrow that he's describing if not well you know. I really wish they change your minds in christ but they haven't so i'm going to figure out where where to go for lunch. No that was not his mindset at all He says this was unceasing king or continue the king james translation. So here as you look at that word. Outside testament and describe a continuous cough anybody ever have a continuous cough. That i mean we're in kind of the wrong time of year right now but a few people can wave your hands and say yes. That's me and you just imagine and that's no fun. You eventually strip out your voice. Or you think i'm just coughing my head off and there's gotta be something out there that can hopefully stop that and that's what paul says i've got this unceasing it's like that perpetual call so the description is very quick on the surface it doesn't perhaps seem all that significant but this is as paul begins to set the stage for the hebrews and their relationship to god now that the gospel has come. He says i could not suffer. Really any greater i am. I really really have great sorrow for people anything. You want to ask. Pickup of ristori marcia. You're saying were heaviness. Yes this says ended. I two that. I have great heaviness and continual sorrow in my heart. So basically you're saying. This is great sorrow and continual sorrow. She we've got that word in the eight. Aspca he says great great sorrow and ceasing pain so you do see the overlap there a little bit in the but i think doubling down a little bit mat to say it is just super traumatic for me. Steve james okay again is trying to trying to bring out the fact that this is something. That is a terrible burden for him. So tim house or okay. Yeah and again. it's just. It's this weight that he just can't shake and it is the thing that drives him to preach. We've seen that several times in the book of acts people chase them out of time. Town people blaspheming People try to kill him and it's not much fun but yet he feels this great urgency to tell people about christ your loss. I know that you think that you are the people of god. I know the system worked for a long time. I know that you've got moses. I know that you are very religious. But you are in sin and you're going to die in sin unless you accept. Christ it is almost the cry of of a panic man of a man who is Just infringed so to speak about. So paul says i'm really really concerned about you. Aren't moving down to verse three. Let's see what we have their paul. A you have a word here which describes a. Let's read that once again. And it's been a little while since we looked at that he says for. I could wish that. I myself were anathema from christ for my brother and my kinsmen according to the flesh paul as he talks about this recently different perspective he says i have this wish. A have this desire. He expresses that with the imperfect tense. It is continue continuous action there. You'll be like policy. I wished i could trae soul for them. You have sometimes apparent with a sick child and maybe it is a temporary sickness. The sickness is something that the child is never going to recover from. Maybe it looks like it's going to be terminal for the child child whenever reach adulthood. Do you have parents good parents. Who is they look at the child in the hospital bed. they look at the child who is coughing. They look at the child who is literally wasting away before the rise if a parent does not say outright inside their minds to thinking what i would give my. What for what. I would give my life for my child now. Chances are that can't be done. I mean we can donate organs and some other things. But in most of those cases the parent just has to sit there and suffer and i would gladly exchange my life for years if that's possible and that's what paul is saying all he's not talking about his physical life. He's talking about internal spirit. If it were possible. I would be willing to trade my soul. Sell my soul if you will so that you can be saved when you look at versus one two and three again to find some insight as far as what drove the ball to do what he was doing. Let's pause for quick question. Is it possible to trader soul for someone else's can't do that Jesus paid the price. And if we're going to go to heaven is going to have to be Because we will him the soul the since it shall die. We just can't transmit things somehow in the spiritual realm is interesting to me that when you go back and you look at moses's exodus chapter thirty three in verse thirty two. You have a similar sentiment. Moses also had this great love. that's wonderful compassion where it was pretty much if if i can be traded for the people then got. I'm willing to do that. You don't find that too often but when you think about what. John wrote remember that apostle of love he said greater love has no man this that a man lay down his life for his brethren so and he uses the present tense there. We've talked about that a couple of times. I think in the past that. I think some people look at that as being something. Maybe kim the military that here's a fellow throws himself on the grenade and saves buddies. Well that was certainly be an example of that. But if you do that chances are that's going to be your last act. You're you're probably not going to recover from that or there's not going to be much left after the grenade explodes. But when john talks about that he talks about continuous action. You continually lay down your life in other words. You continue to be helpful to you. Rather you continue to show a good deeds and so forth. But paul moses two of the reasons. I guess why they were so great they had this heart and they were really willing to put on the line. For god's people anything you was before we talk about the word all right anathema that we can be looked at in a couple of different ways. It's found only six times in the new testament this worthy champ over there deletions chapter one versus eight nine. Where paul talks about preaching a different gospel. He says if anyone does that if someone preaches the gospel that is anything other than christ. And the message. That we have in the new testament. Lenin be a curse. Let him be anathema. Let him be cut off. Let them be separated from god. So you do have this word. Being used in some other passages and sometimes in one of their sense of the word can be. You can see this. I think back in little bit chapter. Twenty seven twenty eight anathema can't have the sense at least in the old testament of devoting thing to god so that would not necessarily be something that was bad or wrong. Could be something that was authorized. But it's also used in the old testament is for example chapter seven verse twenty six the destruction of an idol and destruction of europe jerko. Six seventeen normally when we think of anathema. At least when i think of nafta i think of something that is devoted to destruction as so paul says i would be willing to have myself. Destroy separated from christ if that would help my brother. Unfortunately that is not possible. Now how we look at what paul has to say here. How does that square with the people who today say well you know god is very loving and merciful and and all those things are correct. God is a very merciful kind loving god and he's just gonna let most people into heaven. I can't reconcile that with romans chapter nine verses one through three i mean paul says look here are the hebrews. They're very religious. They believe in the right. God they are spiritually minded people and yet what's true of them they're lost and it's not that they're just a little lost they are completely separate from christ they are. I mean you're the lost or saved subba. But i mean he says the situation is such that if it were possible i would trade my eternal existence So it really is a sad sad state of affairs yet. Some people believe that god's not willing to punish the people outside of christ jesus wants said though the scriptures cannot be broken. John chapter ten verse twenty five anything else. You wanna look at it before. I moved onto versus four and five okay. Let's go back and look at that one more time. Because paul lays out several things here will go through and try to enumerate them quickly and make a few comments. He said who were israelites. Who is the adoption. If you would like to underline things that might be number one and the glory. That would be another one and the covenants and then the giving of the law and then the service of god and the promises. We'll go ahead and start with those this thing. First of all about adoption couple testament references. There that you could go back and pull out if you want to take some notes. Look at these later exodus chapter four and verse twenty. Two and another one would be over in the book. Of hosea hosea chapter. Eleven in verse. One if you are adopted into a family for us is that always a good thing alum it could be but is it always the thing. No i mean it could be and we hope it's a good thing and there are certainly some cases where children have been adopted into a family and they went from a condition where no one loves them too they have a nice stable loving family maybe some siblings and they grow up feeling the warmth and the love and the compassion that a child should experience and that is a wonderful wonderful thing. Well that's the kind of image that we need to associated with an option dot says you were lost looked at this some sunday morning. You're outside of christ. You're dead your centers your week. You're all those things. But god says i adopted you. I brought you into my family. Well now if you're you and you're hearing this stuff okay. We remember we talked about earlier. Were the people who have the law. We were able to glory in the law. We were gods people. We had all these things. We had a pretty good but not all. We're starting to get uncomfortable because you're talking about adopting some people think about that in terms of a family if you've got a family stable family loving mom and dad and they got three kids and the parents say hey. We're about ten kids now. If you're one of the three kids what it. We'll go through your mind just like that. You're stuck think you want to be self assess you can. What's going to happen in my bedroom. I mean this is only a four bedroom house. Somebody's going to have to do more than double up. Somebody's probably going to have to be sleeping out in the shed. And what about food and what about the relationship with my parents. What are all these changes going to being. That's natural thinking at as far as the thought process for human beings. So if you're that you impulse talking about adoption where you're thinking he surely not talking about us right because we are we we are the. We're the chosen ones. So if you're talking about adoption and they're only jews and gentiles in the world. Hey guys do you think. He's talking about the gentiles. Oh yeah i am but then there was more to come after talks about adopting someone else. He uses something else that gets her attention. This is also in verse four. The second item. And what's that the lori l. We can go back to the old testament and see how that relates. you may remember that israel. is that mount sinai. You can go back taxes. Chapter twenty four and verse. Sixteen god's glory was also president present when the tabernacle was completed present when the judgment came. That's in numbers chapter. Four in verse ten they had enjoyed the glory of god and that was a wonderful thing once again. If you're in that family of five and other going to adopt more kids tend more kids into the fold you thinking. Hey i'm might not get as many twinkies as i've had in the past things are probably going to change. So are we looking at a situation where we're going to have to share somehow the glory of god so that's question number two and then he goes back number three. If you underline the us find quickly if not you can figure it out from the tax side of number three a covenant if you've got a covenant if you've got an agreement with someone be the thing i mean you want to sell your house and someone comes along and says well might be interested in house well if you're the seller. What kind of feeling does that give you. I might be interested. Yeah a lot of things could change. But when someone says i'm going to an amicable far beyond just a contract but we'll start here when someone says i want to sign on the dotted line. Howdy feel not for the seller. You feel pretty good especially they put down some money. You've got a different closing date in. All the inspections have been done. You're thinking the house is finally sold. I can be moving onto the things So here's a covenant it's an agreement plus and it's not just an agreement disagreement with god now if you've got an agreement with god's sound like a pretty good deal got and once again going back to our make believe family three kids you're bringing ten more if we got this agreement with you three. You're talking about bringing in ten more again. What's probably going to be on your mind. Yeah and not only that but what else much wonder. Well they're they're stat but we'll my agreement change. I like my agreement. If you're going to bring in other people What does that mean for me and again that sounds very very selfish but that is human nature so then as you move down to number four the i guess the other thing. Let's let's back up. Just a little bit. If god is going to make a new covenant and i think this goes back to maybe carol said you should inherit. It's right okay. Let's factor that in for just a second. If god is going to make a new covenant just add to it if he's going to make a brand new covenant and i'm in the old one what might be true in the new one comes along i'd be out or something. That's true that there's a lot of uncertainty there. So if you're talking about making the brand anybody ever have appearance or grandparent or you work in a union where they renew the contract every few years a few here have done that my family barbed she has gone down that road as well That was always. I'm not going to see a scary time. But i'm going to say that was an uncertain time as that. Contract is debated. You've you've got all the people there. The union reps and everybody. They're trying to sort out the detail. What's gonna be cure for healthcare. Will we still have dental. Will we still have. Medical retirement won't be changed a lot of questions when it comes time for those contract talks. That's in the secular realm if you advance that to the spiritual realm. You're thinking this. This could really get interesting and perhaps frightening. It would move down to item number four. This is going to be the giving of the law. You can go back to chapter five in exodus. Chapter twenty the law. It was given for who the law was given to the jewish. The law was not given to the gentiles the gentiles. Of course we're able to you know the do by nature things of the laws talk about romans chapter two. They could become prostitutes. But the law was only given to. Israel and as paul describes things. Here he uses word which means that. The law was given by divine revelation. Now that would be. I think if you want bragging rights about something in item that the jews would have been proud of. We're not only have a law but the law was given how it was given by divine divine revelation. Moses certainly had a hand in that in the book of glaciers paul talks about how angels also had a part in mediating the law. So you got this rich history. And you're able to brag about that and this is possibly going to be challenged or changed or altered somehow if additional people are going to be brought into the family then in addition to the law. What's next they also had the service of god. The temple worship the tabernacle worship included in that. When you go back to the book of exodus chapter twenty and twenty nine you find that Aaron in sun's carried out that service if others tried to perform those duties they were to be killed. I mean was very very specific as far as who is authorized to do that. If you were not a member of the hebrew people you're not allowed to partake of the passover feast excess chapter versus forty three and forty five. It would be like you have very nice arrangement. Set up for war thanksgiving or christmas and then somebody says well you know we're we're going to bring some people over that. Perhaps you don't even like that alone note and we're going to bring them to your once a year thanksgiving party or christmas party. How would you feel. We're gonna grafton with fifty unexpected guest so better putting a couple extra turkeys couple extra. How would you feel but most people be outraged. You're not gonna do that. I mean this is our once a year gathering an and who do you think you are. You can't bring an extra people. Well if you've got this special. Feast from god the passerbys i mean. Think about the history. Remember passover lamb. They are able to get out of egypt. And i warn each of dies at me. You talk about special. You're able to tell that to the kids. the god we serve. This was the magnum magnanimous thing that he did for us. And we've got this feast and everything is great. And now you've got this guy. Paul talking about the fact that there might be others who are going to intrude on your feet so to speak outrageous you can make but then think about it in terms of what i said a little earlier if god is going to give a brand new agreement what also might be crew. You think you might take away. The passover feast. Yeah you think he might create different feast. Yeah and he did. Our passover is christ for screenings. five. In the lord's supper and who gets invited to that party it's jew and gentile. And if you're each jew who had lived through what you wouldn't have lived through all those years the history but have had lived through that as far as the teachings forefathers and all those wonderful stories experiences and now someone's telling you that look all that stuff that just merely pointing forward to jesus in the new testament and now we've got a new passover every week the lord's supper it would have been shocking then after that we move onto the next item. What's that paul talked about the the promises. Well let's go back to our illustration of thirteen kids if you are in that family. You're one of the street children. Chances are that the parents have made some promises to you. You're going to be special your first born and you're a middle child so that means certain things for you and your our our third and final child not going to have any more kids any families where they said you're the end of the line and it wasn't. How do you feel if your parents tell you. You're the last one and then you bring in kenmore. I think you know looking at that. From a child's perspective you would that would be the first thing that will come to mind. You broke your promise you said three and i can count them up one to me. That's three and now you're going to more than triple that. How can you do that to me. You lied to me. You don't love me where you're thinking about those promises obviously. Eight abraham. isaac jacob promises made to moses promises made to the hebrew people and once again. You're looking back to that. History thinking how wonderful it is to be a hebrew and how marvelous marvelous to enjoy all these wonderful promises to god and now. Are you telling me that those promises. The father abraham also included the gentiles. That's not gonna preach to well here. Buddy george as reveal this younger offers the word for word we beg of the law is the law and it is. The rory was huge was set of absolutely back now but versus moser's sitting down and teaching people rate of all about very nature of as we see over time is is. The jesuit of those are forgetting teaching that he says everybody. We'd see ravaged us and we focus on the wall are visible here now and as one time we get is who the there's no cultural emory left the any and so what they've done by changing way to think about getting the forgotten very asia even while believe there sir vincent. Major god beat his gaza asses. Lose your hair. Therefore athletic to doesn't you're hearing all this rain visible with neither the left idle transit and so settle more than that promise promise and on all well these visible zone science and sort of israel as a nation on her along thing because perspective things that we forget we have you about very hatred how it goes back in my mind ballots. People can get off from one or two extremes and when you choose. They had failed to understand some things that they should have understood. And that's the problem. You're in one ditch. You haven't gone far enough but then you find the other problem that we have today which i'm just going to kind of sum up in a different way where people say. Well god can do anything he wants. No you've gone from one hole to the other and the truth is right there in the middle god wants you to come further but you also have to realize that yes. God is all those things. He's i'm all the attributes attributed to him or argue. They hesse some qualities that he does not when somebody says well. Obviously you know about can't lie. God can't make a piece of paper which is flatter side and the of just some crazy illogical absurdities like that but people end up in one ditch or the other. Either going to find the kinds of problems that you have about here. And you're right. We need to be wise enough and smart enough and hopefully Historically knowledgeable enough not to to end up in those ditches anybody else all right next. The we've got. I think the fathers and you can imagine again what they were thinking here. Well you know. Abraham what was promised to him. Godson i'm gonna make from you all a great nation. He wasn't talking about plural nations. I mean so. The jews thinking well nation that means one and we can count were that nation so we must be it and then final point is gonna come from verse five. Paul finally introduces jesus So if you were reading this and you're kind of thinking boy other sounds really strange. I wonder where he's he's eventually going with this. Maybe you heard some sermons like that. Perhaps a few for me. You're thinking. I wonder where he's going with this. And then hopefully it finally registers and you can see. Finally i can see the point. Well for these people when palmerston jesus then the surely we're able to kinda see the point. Information i think is pretty similar to romans chapter one anniversary. Where paul said jesus. He's the son of god. Also the son of david he was deity in the flesh and here. Paul says he was more than a jewish man. He is lord of all at the end of his five. You have the word. Blessed in the new testament that term is only used deity so by applying that to christ here and not everybody. But i think that makes the most sense. It is an affirmation that jesus is lower. He says that dini. Or if we understand this more specifically as the lord he says he's worthy of praise. And where the appraised for how long forever jesus met all the requirements and testament was the messiah and yet israel the hebrew people by and large rejected him. I mean it is just absolutely amazing. We know that as we look at the jews they did not always respond to god's prophets in matthew chapter twenty three. Jesus talked about the people that god had sent. Prophets were not the only the only ones jesus talked about wise men and there were others and the jews they just did not want to hear for one reason or another They often one to kind of go their own way or they added to the traditions as george mentioned a few minutes ago and they just got into a particular mindset and it was you know regardless of who you are you know we feel comfortable and others perhaps live this way and done reasonably well. So we're going to pursue the same course and we expect everything to go. Well jesus finally shows up and he really lays it on the line. Anything that you want to discuss moved onto romans nine in verse six okay. Let's at least get some of that. I don't think we can finish the whole verse but it kind of helps some up where we were and then lay some groundwork for where we need to go but it is not as though the word of god have come to not for. They are not all israel that are of israel. Now if you underline this information your bible or if you didn't remember the basic points number one others are going to be adopted as sons the divine glory is going to be given to someone else a covenant is going to be made with someone else others have received a law from god foreigners may now serve god the promises of god now include other people and new heroes not just the fathers from the past. People like abraham are on the horizon. Now if you tick off those points one. Two three four. Five six seven and your. Here's our jewish in nature and there are listening even half listening. Guess what how do you think they're going to react. You think they're gonna be ready to talk shouting. You're not going to be able to say much else. i mean. This was infuriating for people to hear this and that helps account for the strong reactions that we see in the book of acts. I mean this was just absolutely outrageous teaching. Well paul in part because he was a jew but certainly because of inspiration. He's able to intimidate the hostility. This going to come from this kind of teaching. So he says now. Hold on before you you get your hackles up. Let me tell you. It is not like god's word has come to what no effect and you can imagine. That's what the jews would be thinking that. We should wait. If i made the promise of abraham and there was a covenant and there were all these things in paul said. Don't worry the conclusions that you're growing are not correct god. It's not broken. His word the promises have not been canceled. God's word is not failed. In fact the word that he uses is also using first chapter thirteen verse. You remember that one thing. That paul said doesn't fail. Love does not fail only believe that everybody believes that what may be challenged and love maybe stress at times but love does not fail and here. Paul says god's promises are not going to fail they have not been Brought to not now. The hebrews needed to understand that they are not all israel that have israel if you don't read the model very much or perhaps you're not all that familiar with some of the older translations. You might look at that and say boy. That's kind of a tongue twister I'm not quite sure what that means. They are not all israel israel and you can get this point and this is one of the markers that i mentioned earlier. This is really helpful. Not only for romans. But also helpful as far as other passages testament. What does he mean when he says they are. Not all israel that are of israel george volvos lubis so for the showroom. The rent sons of israel were ish natal so that whole family live over the old rossi there or the sense is unusual. Cross that the standard of what. He's not he said okay. Well where riders on other there. So maybe it's less visit carries a horrid the is not visible by that versus is we sometimes use words the same word into more census. And that's what we have here. Wait talks about israel. He says they're not all of israel that are of israel. They're not all love the church or the saved or the redeem that are who are of freshly israel you see that pentecost you choose their juice from different parts of the world now when the day of pentecost ended when you look at the events from that day would you say that you had if you will to categories of jews. Do you have to israel on pentecost true israel. The church is now gods or israel church and israel. You don't find that many times in the new testament but you do find it a few times. The churches the israel of god from that perspective in acts chapter to israel. Was there the church. However there are also some people who chose not to be members of the church they were from a jewish background and they were still israel or they were still jews in that fleshless sense in the sense that they were truly descendants from abraham from various tribes. So when you start looking at this. Gaza israel is now in the church. And that is going to be one of the big things that you need to keep in mind as you re. Through instead of through chapter nine and romans chapter ten in verse. Eleven arab eleven. If you don't keep that in mind things really get messed up in a hurry. Now when you look at this and i'm guilty of this but for me i don't see that it's a big deal. But when you look at the words hebrew jew and israel. I typically use those words interchangeably. I do think that you can do that. But if you want to be a little more specific if you want to draw some distinctions you can when you look at the descendants of jacob known as hebrews using israelites but the names are not always absolutely interchangeable. So i think that's an important point to mention when you think about the hebrew what comes to mind speech. The hebrews had a distinctive tongue or speech. Ju what comes to mind are you. What are they asking is. Ju- your nationality. Okay and then when they say israelite well we think about what we're talking about here as going back and looking at the nation so when you look at that. Last one the israelite it was the highest title of the three is fine said connoting the dignity and the privileges wherewith god had endowed them so when we talk about the christian faith if god is trying to make a play on words so to speak doesn't wanna really talk about the hebrew. That really doesn't make sense. Because we don't have a special language and really doesn't wanna talk about the jew that would make sense. Because when we think about the nationality of christians what's true well all nationalities so we can't go there so we eliminate hebrew and lee eliminate you and we've only got one war so that would be the word israel and the church is the true israel of god. And that's why paul was able to use that.

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"This is mornings with kale in northern colorado's voice. Thirteen ten kfi k. Chill snow bingo. Wanna start a fight. Bring up critic golden race theory and see what happens emotionally laden term and. I promised you about a week ago that we were going to get into this topic and do in an impartial biased manner. But it's tough to do. But ari armstrong did just that page to complete colorado. You can find a great piece by ra who is an author and a contributor to complete colorado simply by jumping online and going to complete colorado dot com clicking on that page to link eight. Oh eight now thirteen ten. Kfi a thirteen ten kfi dot com northern colorado's voice morning so gail via the auto collisions specialist studios are such a great job. Because i'll you what you want to start a hair on fire. Conversation to have to do is bring up critical race theory and watch out katie bar. The door welcome back to the show for having me on. You bet all right so you took in this piece what you referred to as a steel man approach. Break that down for us. Well the idea is to not to do a deep dive into the academic side of critical race theory as it's presented law school but to cover what people think of as critical race theory as possible popularly presented. Now lots of readers have said that i am biased. So i've got complaints. But i got complaints coming from both sides both supporters and critics of crt. So i figure at least some indication that i'm making some effort to take seriously what people are saying on both sides. Yeah i mean you know when. Nobody's happy that means. You accomplished your call so you started out and let's work through this. You started out just you know once again in a very nonpartisan neutral objective dispassionate manner you started out by saying let's just explore the pros and cons of crt sal. I leave it up to you. Do you want to start with the case for or the case against or i'm running for complete colorado which was largely conservative audience. So intentionally started with the case. Against 'cause i figured most of my audience more sympathetic with that. But let me just quote something from nathan daniel. Granger junior from the gazette. I thought this that's nice. Summary of what the what the advocates are trying to get out. He says the core idea is that racism is a social construct and not just merely the product of individual bias or prejudice but also something embedded in legal systems and policies. So that okay. That's a pretty good summary. But i think there are some obviously if you watched the news at all you seem. The people have real concerns about this. And i share these concerns as to. How and there's there's some debate as to what actually is critical race theory and are the criticisms actually discussing. even what critical ristori is. But to me. I don't wanna get too bogged down in semantics. What really interests me is how is how are issues of race really being presented in the public schools through twit k. Through twelve and also at the college level so professor of the air force academy traded a very large public stir when she published an op. Ed for the washington post thing. Oh yeah. I teach critical race theory at the academy because she thinks her. The cadets need to know the history of racism in the united states and how that affects policy and then of course doug lambeau in the congress per congressman from down south. He really blasted over this. And so now the press release and said oh no no this is a marxist theory and we has no no place in the academy and so. Let me. just try to summarize. What the main chris are that. I've that i've seen in her. The person is is it actually instead of trying to get our country pass. Racism entrenches racism by obsessing about race by making everything about race and by sowing racial divisions. So how this plays out at the k. Through twelve level is by guilting. White students into america's history of racism. Which of course they had nothing to do with you know the ten year old kid is not responsible for slavery. Kkk et cetera. And the flip side of that is also a problem. Because if you're if you're teaching you're telling minority students you know not like look. Here's here's what you need to know to go out and see the world but no no. You're a victim your victim of are racist system and you can never get ahead. What kind of message is that sending to kids in school. Not you know. Learn what you need to know to go out and get a great job has life but always think of yourself as a victim. And that's my primary concern. Ra it seems to me that this is a toxic ideology in which we're breaking it all down to the color of a person's skin and if you're white it seems again. I am biased. I readily admit that. But we're going to teach five-year-old's that if you're white you're an oppressor and if you're not white you're a victim. Advocates is early. Some advocates sociology will say oh no no. That's not even what about at all. However i've heard enough anecdotes about what's actually being presented in classrooms. That i'm worried. Now i'm an outsider around the parent and i'm home schooling so i have a six year old homes going so i'm not worrying about it in a personal level because it's not gonna affect my family directly And it would take a really deep dived of to figure out how widespread this is in schools so you. Can't you know what i'm hearing his anecdotes. So it's hard for me to know how deep the problem goes. But i've heard enough cases that i think that is a problem. That is a real problem and at least some of our students are on the receiving end of this of this sort of approach. Fourteen thirteen ten. Kfi a thirteen ten k. k. dot com joined by author and columnist for complete. Colorado are a armstrong. All right so you had. Let's see the two largest teachers unions. The national education association the american federation teachers. They announced they jumped on the crt bandwagon and the american federation of teachers has apparently joined forces with one even ex kennedy an activist scholar who openly embraces racial discrimination against white. Who wrote in how to be an anti-racist the only remedy to caste discrimination is present discrimination. The only remedy to present discrimination is future discrimination that's circular logic. Well i think it's really unfortunate. That kennedy has become so popular I don't think that he's even a good representative of critical race theory. I don't think he's frankly the the best presenter of his position. I think that he's really good at making money. At dumbing down these ideas for public. Which i think is unfortunate and i think basically the people who are channelling a bunch of money and attention his way or basically dupes and this brings us to a second point of the criticisms which is that it is. At least in some manifestations deeply anti-american so can also said that critical race theory is fundamentally anti-capitalist and this is where doug lambourn christians. Well this is really coming out of the marxist tradition. I think coming into play. And so i also think that that's a problem if there. I think that they're combining a analysis of racism with a presumption that free markets are bad. That america's fundamentally evil because of its free market orientation and it's a deeply status movement that seeks to use government force to achieve not equality before the law but equality of outcome. And so yeah but you know that what you're saying is really quote really critical race theory. That's a kind of a separate question. But as i said in the pro what listen really concern us. Is what's practically being taught in schools. What the teachers are actually learning what they're actually providing the students whether we call that critic racer in the end is kind of beside the point. It seems to me though. And you know i was present when slavery was being taught. I was present in school When we learned about the really shameful mistakes that we made as nascent nation but it seems to me. The proponents of critical race theory are saying well. That's not enough. We're not teaching the truth. I'm sure buried by school. But i think that a lot of students have not learned very thorough history of the of the actual racist past of the united states. I mean those instances in the united states that were racist. I think every student learning about slavery in the civil war least to some degree now until at least until recently though a lot of students especially in the south were taught. Sort of a papered over version history. And we're hearing such things as oh well. Slaves did pretty well under slavery you that was. That's been a common mind and instill trauma online in certain certain segments versus. I and i for one do not learn. I've learned hardly anything about the intense racial oppression after the civil war and really what what amounted to a reign of terror against black people in certain parts of the country where people being lynched. Property was being stolen so i. I do think that a lot of students are not presented with those with that history with those facts and then you go ahead. I think one of the concerns. Though is i mean certainly. You've heard the stories about how parents are pulling their children. I mean how to kindergarten for heaven's sakes Because their concern is okay. You had a you have a six year old son right. i'm curious. does your son see color. And i know that's an emotionally laden question as well because it's kind of like a did you stop beating your wife when somebody asks you. Do you see color. What's the right answer to that question or we have made. We have talked explicitly about slavery in the past. And but i but does he see color in the present context. I think he sees that as basically as an extreme problem in the past. I don't know if you'd ask visit still problem today. I don't know how much he's aware of that But you know so. We just try to expose them today. Books and cartoons do a much better job of presenting diversity of characters. So i think the just the fact that you know. We're reading book. We're reading stories and watching. Tv shows that feature flight in black in children of every color. Latino heroes. i think that's meaningful that basically set up children to see people as equals more importantly to see people as individuals equal in the sense of we all have equal sort of moral worth or you know we all deserve to be looked at as individuals for what we're doing and saying not our genetic past in our ancestors right and so i i don't know but i hope that i'm threading the needle in helping. Educate him about real instances of racism in our country and beyond our country. i mean obviously. There's a claim on social media to the united states created slavery which is so some people are so fast with damning the united states for everything and not looking at the context beyond that only slavery has been basically universal nearly universal for almost all of human history or at least for large swath. Something history And so you know the fact that the united states eventually abolish slavery is meaningful. So i think we have to look at the moral progress side of the equation and not just at the past injustice society equation. So i don't know in terms of what my son says. i mean he's six right. So i'm not i. We're we're more worried about. Mathematics worried about science we are reading reading about mesopotamia right now history and so we. We are having some discussion about slavery. But when it's not and you know that's not the focus of our limit as point by stage. I just don't know how you wipe out discrimination and prejudice by teaching it Basically teaching our kids to blame their problems on other people based on the color of their skin. It just it makes no. I mean i'm a content of our character gal through and through. Well let me try to let me try to play. Let me try to present. The case i think is strongly as i can for what i think. There's something to the idea that we can't just ignore race that we have to acknowledge the racist but the real racism in our country's history because you know slavery was deeply entrenched for a long time in a long time before the country was even founded as the united states and racism was deeply entrenched for many decades after that. And so and it wasn't that long ago right. I mean this was. My grandfather lived under segregation racial segregation. There was a part of town. There was a white part of town. you know wasn't it wasn't that long ago when schools were segregated wasn't so this is is it's kind of it can feel like ancient history to us but really we're only talking about decades go and so i do think that there's it's there's a way in which we have to balance okay. The goal is a post racial society. Which we we don't even have to think about quote race. I mean i think it is. So i think this is what critical rates thirty gets right. Were they say racism. Racism social concerts. I think that's right. It is a social construct therefore we should be able to move back that socially right but that's what it seems like a lot of advocates. Don't wanna let us do. No no no so. I think that they air on this. I think they air toward obsessing about race seeing race and everything. So but i think there's a way to to have a balance where we're acknowledging the passing racism. We're acknowledging how that continues to have implications today. I mean it's true that on average lack families tend to be less poor or tend to be less rich than white families right families to have lower rates of home ownership things of that nature. Black kids tend to go to schools. That aren't as good And that that's that's that's tied to the real estate right because schools are very much a real estate dependent even though that's changed to some degree in colorado because we're a semi choice state. Parents haven't fairmont of choices where they said we're schools go can move across district lines but i do think that there are current implications past racism. And so there's no way that. I think that we have to think about race but i think the goal should be to move. Society pass words. There's a racist policy. Let's figure out how to make it. Fair pulse sure. Can i just give you one example. I think really clarifies this so long ago in the nineties i interned for a group called families against mandatory minimums and i spent much of the summer looking at the sentencing. The criminal sentencing disparity between tracks cocaine and powder cocaine now. It's basically the same drug. A derivative the other it. But what the reason that this existed. Basically it was black people to prison for radically longer for substantially the same crime is possession of drugs which i think is a separate whether we should outlaw drugs at the separate question and i do think that i personally think that's been a severe problem history but just this okay. A white white gay gets caught with cocaine. You know he'll go to prison for a few months. Maybe black it gets caught with crack. He he might get sent to prison for many many years for decades and to me this was a very clear instance of a clearly a policy. That had obvious racial racist implications. And i think that you can find this and other in other aspects so for example there was a story in colorado about how even though despite marijuana's legalization for quite a few years recently black people continue to be arrested much higher rates than white people for possession of marijuana. Because it's i guess it's not universally you know it's not legal. It's not fully legalize. It's partially and so there's enough cases like this. But i think it's very plausible that there are still policies that have racist implications in part because of politics race its origins. I do think the marijuana laws had racist origins and so the fact that they have racist implications today i think is not an accident but again right the goal should be let's create fair policies with work toward a system where everyone is equal under the law and subsidy equal right not just sort of artificial equal or rhetorically will but really equal under the law. And let's move to a place where you know. It's martin luther. King said our little black boys and girl little white boys and girls could join heads and i think that should be the goal. I think that's part of the concern because You know as i mentioned this is such an emotionally laden discussion that the concern is is that it will be exploited for well other goals as the case may be ari armstrong. Great conversation. So good catching up with you this morning. And thank you for taking that. Totally impartial unbiased. Look at a critical race theory again. You can find his article on complete colorado dot com. Just click on that page to link. Thanks again thank you appreciate it. Eight twenty seven. Thirteen ten kfi k. A party northern colorado's voice thirteen. Kf k a block party wednesdays from four to ten pm training camp time and brady as all the broncos inside. You'll need tune into the whole show. Weekdays noon to two and northern colorado's voice thirteen ten. Kfi k that's exactly what they do. This co spdc. They take care of business in every way imaginable with their support with their always spot on advice and any number of to help you strengthen and grow your business eight thirty nine now thirteen ten. Kfi a thirteen ten kfi k. A. dot com northern colorado's voice mornings with gail from the auto collisions specialists studios so pleased to welcome back in Lisa hudson director of the east co-. Sp dc. Hey lisa happy wednesday morning gail thank you so great to be on this morning and it's so great to hear your voice and like i said you stay there very busy there. You and your colleagues do at these speeds the in you've got several events on tap we do you know we have stayed busy and eating into two thousand twenty one. We've kept that trend and we've got some really great classes coming up we're expanding our services As far as those that are going to be offered in spanish to fit the marketplace. And we've got one tonight actually on it's on july twenty eight this evening from five thirty to seven and so if you know someone who is a spanish speaker that's interested in starting a business Let them know that. We have a free class on how to start your business in spanish tonight. That is great. 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And so you had to your best with virtual services Selling your products online and youtube is a fantastic tool to promote your business to sell things through your business and this'll be a course to learn exactly how to do that. Is that a gaining traction. That catching on because you know. I know that there's any number of There's broad variety of tools on the internet. That can really boost your business. Never really thought about youtube as one of them. I go for the dog and cat video. Of course it's great for that but it can also be something wonderful to have in your toolbox as a small business owner of learning how to do more in-depth videos. We're not just talking. You know a clip on facebook or a kick talk. This'll be more in depth video For your business to reach your customers. I have to wonder if there's also if there's a caveat they're saying not only what you should but perhaps what you shouldn't do. I is important right. Exactly all right nat Class again july. Twenty ninth from nine to ten. That's tomorrow and then you've got another great event coming up. Ooh we all want to get away and this virtually by creating a destination business yet. We're so excited We are partnering with several different Partners and we're able to offer a class For john shaller. And it's going to be on september eighth from eight to three and this is going to be in lyman colorado. I know it's a track but it isn't all day course. and typically. The price of these tickets are around one hundred dollars and Because of the sponsors of the event it's been brought down to thirty five dollars It's a destination how to create a destination business. I'm so it's to be a fantastic event And if you actually register before August twenty seven. It's only twenty five dollars. Keeps getting better and better lisa. Yeah definitely and so you just have to go onto our website at east colorado at cdc dot com to register for that event And the the takeaway from this learn the new rules that every small business start using to become a uniquely position destination capable of pulling in customer from hundreds of miles away so John shaller is fantastic presenter. Really excited to partner with this event. That's fascinating because i had flipped it talking about a destination thinking lots of. Let's start one. I don't know and turksancacoes. Why not you know what based on your considerable knowledge and expertise. What does make a business. A destination business when you're creating a destination business. You're looking at drawing customers. Not just in your general area but making it so people want to come to see it making it an event in experience So that's what it's all about is creating a destination so it's and it's great for for those companies that are in more rural setting bringing people in kind of almost says a tourism piece sure to bring them into your business professional and that experience. That's really about gotcha. Gotcha lisa hudson director of the east. Co- spdc thank you for all that you and your colleagues do their things coming down for businesses. Now i spent most the morning this morning. Talking about Return to masking as proposed by the cdc even for vaccinated folks. I tell you that kind of sent a shiver up my spine as a small businesses Throughout the state indeed around the country around the world so hard hit by the impacts of covert nineteen. What are you hearing from. A small business owners might be too soon to tell you know. It is a bit soon but as a summer began and the mass mandates did relax at that point businesses. Were starting to strategize on on what to do with the next step. What's going to happen next. And so i don't think that they've really had a stable ground under their feet to feel like okay. I feel comfortable. We're moving forward. We're out of this. I think that you know we have a lot of really smart business. Owners that said okay. That happened in twenty twenty. What can i do to prepare myself in two thousand and twenty one to continue moving forward if something like this were to happen again So we've done a lot of strategy sessions with our small business clients on on how to prepare themselves Preventative measures And how to really develop financial system to to help them. Prepare for this kind of Setback because i was reading a piece in which i can't remember which media outlet. It was but they were talking to some restaurant owners. This news came down. And you know in the state they talk about the fact that Restaurant business lost over three billion dollars. Cove nineteen and many of our much beloved mom and pop restaurants. They didn't survive. They went out of business. So they're very concerned about. This mask mandate because they found themselves throughout the pandemic in that unfortunate position. Not only serving food but serving as the mask. Police And that's what makes it really hard for small business owners. They they have to kind of patrol that themselves delicately definitely well and it's thanks to all your wisdom and the great advice that has enabled so many small businesses to navigate these rather troublesome cova waters success these hudson director east co- spdc again Remind us of the events and how we can register so you can register for any three of those events on our website at east colorado. Spdc dot com tonight. we have a spanish startup class. In five thirty to seven tomorrow we had a youtube class from nine to ten and then starting in september. We have that john charlotte Destination business class September eighth from eight to three. Pm hudson a pleasure as always thank you for all you and your colleagues do at the east co- spdc appreciate you. Thanks so much. They'll take good care. A forty seven out. Thirteen ten kfi k. What's happening in your own. Backyard listened to no co- now with tanner's swint a northern colorado's voice. Thirteen ten k of k heaven. Tara affect is at the movies here. Don't forget to listen to my show every saturday on. Kfi now back to mornings with gail big shout to bill. Police department officer matt mcchesney as he has been named the best school resource officer in colorado. He's a weld r. E one school district as sorrow by the way eight fifty one now thirteen ten. Kfi a thirteen ten kfi k. A. dot com northern colorado's voice mornings with gail via the auto collision specialist studios right santa lenient greeley trip with nearly ten years as a school resource officer. Platt bill police officer map and chesney is learned a couple of things about working with students from elementary through high school. My gosh and he has certainly built up his ability to be patient and understanding right. It's not about hauling them off to jail although sometimes mcchesney has to enforce the law. It's not about checking schools for locked doors and windows. Although school safety is number one on his list of things to do each and every day being a school resource officer or an sro run so much deeper and more complex. It's much more complex work than a uniform. Police officer breaking up fights or hanging out in weld r. e. one school district buildings scare kids into good behavior. We've heard so many stories. And i've had the blessing and the honor of talking to several school resource officers. That's not what they see their role as being at all no and the kids gained so much from their interactions with these sro's but it works both ways and they consider themselves blessed to have that position so for mcchesney a sixty eight year old with twenty two years of law enforcement experience the opposite is the ideal he wants to get to know n. Engage with the students in the district schools where he spent the last four years as much as me said the whole idea is to foster good relationships. We have some good. Sro's in colorado. They have the idea that just because the kid makes a mistake doesn't mean they need to be charged with a crime mcchesney recently named the best. Sro in colorado. For the second time in his career in june chesney was recognized by the colorado association of school resource officers as the school resource officer of the year for his work during the two thousand nine hundred twenty academic year by the way colorado cessation of school resource officers also known by the acronym. Castro mcchesney was recognized by castro as the sro of the year about ten years ago while working in the grand junction area with the mesa. County sheriff's office. Mcchesney said it was in grand junction where he learned the skills to be an effective. Sro and about the power of forming strong as r. o. student relationships. He joined the sheriff's office in two thousand and after going through the police academy at the technical college of the rockies in delta at the age of forty six and to this day mcchesney makes a point to know as much about the students he overseas as he can. He tries to get to know their families and in many cases he knows older siblings. He goes to their games. He goes to their concerts. Mitch as much has made. Lets them know that he cares. He says i enjoy being around kids and being in their lives and getting to know him. Now chesney is the texas native. He turned to law enforcement after leaving the dallas area this in the late nineteen nineties mcchesney and his wife. Susan have five daughters. They were sick of the north texas rat race. He also holds a bachelor degree in microbiology from texas tech. Any minored in chemistry and english. He's also worked in pharmaceuticals sold medical equipment and was on the road a lot and away from home before the move to colorado mcchesney said. His wife refers to the switch to law enforcement his midlife crisis. He said we decided to try something adventurous. It's been marvelous. I love it as our. Oh is my niche. Now chesney does chesney does admit that every once in a while he does get a beat on names saying his colleagues at the school. They think i know every kid's name he said i don't but i do know the majority of them and as once again Police and law enforcement find themselves under a microscope and the target of So many that don't recognize how much they provide not only in terms of public safety but indeed to the community a huge out and congrats kudos to plat bill police officer matt mcchesney. Who once again was named the best school resource officer in colorado. A two-time winner of this castro association award a fifty-seven now thirteen ten. Kfi k. here mornings with gail weekdays. Six to nine and northern colorado's voice thirteen ten. Kfi no co now is coming up next on northern colorado's voice thirteen ten kfi k. Assessment your standard. Swint up next. Don't forget hall. Show coming your way at noon and good afternoon. Guy with brian. Gerry brown three to five. So what are you going to do. Why not lock it right here.

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Ep 353 - Monge Influencer, Animais Sagrados, Stira s Profisses

Túnel de vento

12:49 min | 8 months ago

Ep 353 - Monge Influencer, Animais Sagrados, Stira s Profisses

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JRPG Report Episode 140 - Falcom and Atlus Future Plans

The JRPG Report

35:34 min | 11 months ago

JRPG Report Episode 140 - Falcom and Atlus Future Plans

"Hello and welcome back to the podcast. This is the gop g report episode. One hundred and forty. Monday machines fisher. I'll be your host for today as always and just let me go ahead and say that'll knows fall allergies pretty hard today so i do apologize if i'm a bitten usually early or have to call for those fun things a lot of Perhaps you have spring allergies when things are blooming and That's when your tit minds when everything dies that is when a hits me particularly hard taken the allergy pill i think even some dayquil to try to get some of these Sniffles down. But they're still gonna be presents. I do apologize. But we've got a really fun podcast for you guys today While the rest of the world and in the gaming world particulars is talking about the playstation five and the next xbox systems that are releasing i think. Ps five was actually today. And i think xboxes out. I can't keep up with it We're not going to be talking about that because will doesn't really pertain to us At least not today. So we're going to focus on something a bit different. If you notice the thumbnail for today there are some future plans outlined by both fell. Calm and atlas via sega their parent company. So we're going to talk about first off they announced and then we'll talk a little bit about some future things that we we know about their coming. And that will also of course pertain to these. Next gen systems all brighton shining expensive and i can't afford it right now. But so falcon has two things coming up first off. They are having foul calm day. Twenty twenty winter which is an online event held on december the twentieth. This will give the latest information on their plans for twenty twenty one which will talk about in a minute Of course as with any foul com event president condo will be there. That man is a worker. I tell you he is also the face of the company and is always out front and center to To get the get the good word out Of course there are also be a hedge. Mario koseki goods will be sold during this Online event of courses in japan. So yeah take that with assault whatever that means but what they also revealed in. This came out During the latest financial report so we have next year twenty. Twenty one will be the fortieth anniversary of foul calm now. We kinda only started learn about them a few years ago Early adopters in the In the trail series might have known about them before but. i don't think if you'd ask anybody how old the company is they said. Forty years of course that they wouldn't have done nintendo was as old as they are either. But you know you don't start off necessarily mean king triple a. j. rpg titles from your first giga. You got to build up to that. So yeah they are looking to kind of have a big year next year. com plans to release multiple titles for consoles in commemoration of is for it than ristori including an all new injury in the trails series. So let's speak on that particular bullet point and then we'll go on to the rest of it. We learned a few weeks ago. If you months ago about this next trails game this is after. Had your mario koseki which has already been out in japan. Still no window on. When it's coming to the west there is another game coming it is not a sequel to in the cold. Steel or the hadgem series. It is a new game. Speculation has been that it will finally head to calvert which is pretty much won the last places. We've not seen an arab coming out next year. Of course that is japan and with that. I thought that a western gamer would have is good grief. Japan is going to get another game before the previous one comes out in the west. Because i gotta be honest jewelry. Making out next year is going to be Ah push for anna's america. They have got their work. Cut out for him. I really hope it happens this time but i am not. I wouldn't bet on it. That's put it that way so multiple titles for consoles in twenty twenty one the first and most obvious Thing that. I think that they should put out is the crossville series Both zero ao because those games have already been put onto playstation four in japan. They simply need to be translated. That would obviously be a lot less work than trying to put out other titles. I think the obvious next thing in this is pretty much doing what japan. But you know. We're gonna talk out from a western perspective as well. I still series the entire four game. Arc will be available on windows switch talking about that. What could they also be talking about the the next speculation. And there's a lot of people that would reload to see this considering it's only available in its entirety on steam and the first two games on vita and now defunct system is remastering. Importing all three trials in the sky games to current well. It won't be current by next year but at least the modern systems but the ability for an so by doing those things you now now have an ability for everybody to pretty much to play this entire series of games. Isn't that gonna happen for sure. I think we'll learn more at the aforementioned winter day here and just over a month. Maybe that's you know lay out some more concrete titles get. Some people hyped up about things right before christmas. It's exciting no matter how you could. This is exciting. It will only be exciting. If these plants don't include the rest of the world outside japan that would be by Next bullet point with over five million copies sold and the wonder of various awards including japan. Game awards famitsu award and playstation word. The trails series is one of outcomes. Flagship series including the series falcon will expand its gain content to multiple platforms such as playstation force. Which pc and smartphone worldwide japan north america europe and asia. I mean they're already on these platforms. So i'm sure what that means other than. Okay yeah here comes the mandatory smartphone. Game yeah i just want to jump over that one. Anyway falcons will continue to provide a game new game. Content will actively using in-house ip to produce new titles to act as new challenges including the trails and ye series. We talked about that previously when they announced this brand new tales gain that it was going to be on this new in house game system that they had created Think what square inex- usually does with their with their games. It's all pretty exciting. It really is. I really would love to see a big announcement in something pertaining to the west at this winter day on december twentieth. Until then it's kind of speculation but it's good stuff if certainly is now moving on to atlas. Oh alice pairing. Say wants to release more atlas catalog titles across various platforms following the success of the p. Seaport persona four golden Sega semi president and ceo. Hurry oku said to nami said during sega's financial reports briefing back on november. Six shared a blurb about this before here is his quote as for steam wall. We haven't been actively releasing atlas titles on the pc. We felt that there was much potential there to put out a direct port percent four golan for pc and the user response was far beyond our expectations that being said we hope to release atlus cal titles across various platforms whether as direct reports or in the form remasters or remakes. So pc steam players. It does sound like you're going to be getting more games Possibly going straight back to percent of three It would need a complete remake a persona one and two. I don't think you could just remastered those. Those are kind of old and broken. Ps one games. I don't think they would function in today. Setting very well It does that quote across various platforms should indicate that while going to pc that platforms such as playstation for and switch and ps five. Next which whatever should begin these games as well as i rant and on needlessly there is absolutely zero reason why persona four golden is not already on. Ps foreign switch. Why did not released at the same time as steam. Why that was like the test market. I don't understand whatever expectations they had for steam buyers. There's gonna be. I don't wanna say ten-fold but there would be many more buyers between those two systems than what steinway reproduce. I i i would bet i would bet on that Can you imagine how i mean. Persona four golden was d- flagship title for the via a portable system. Put that on a switch and it's a license to print money. It really makes no sense why it's not already happened so it's certainly good news. It sounds like those things are coming as well in terms of the future for atlas. We know it may be very very early. But we know they're working on a persona six of some sorts. It has to be coming Thumbnail for today's podcast is from that. Remember that fantasy rpg. The atlas was talking about a few years ago. And we've not seen anything amount. I have to believe that game may be further along than we think. It will be a playstation five title. And maybe they're just wait until it gets out the door before they really start showing this thing off and try to come out like twenty twenty two or something like that. Maybe the next year for a persona towel that would seem to be about the time line for those big games would really like to hear some more about those titles. But like i said. I think there's still fairly early in the development process. We've a jenner. You know a new system generation coming out now. Those things take time you throw the pandemic on top of everything so yeah everything just kind of on a weird tom. Line right now. It doesn't feel like we're getting a new system today because of you know most people are getting their ship to their house. There's not going to be a thousand people probably standing out in line at midnight for these things. It's just not the very different want also. Are you guys excited about what foul calm and alice have planned for us. I know i am. I'm a little hesitant to like. Jump all in on these things. Because i do want to see some more concrete things before say so but encouraging news sounds i twenty one is going to be a pretty good year for therapy g gaming and we'll just have to wait and see all the good stuff that we get if you didn't have four or five hundred bucks to slap down on new system this year but you do have About sixty bucks or so. Of course you can go and pick up right now new. Gop g two day. That's great and that. Is you kuzaka. Like a dragon It is available for xbox series playstation four xbox one npc. Sorry ps five. Of course you wait until march second of next year for some reason but yeah they had a new launch trailer for the game as most of these big ones. Do you can check that out over on our youtube channel in case you haven't seen the i mean i don't know like ten or so other trailers they. I'll give them this. They've done a pretty good job trying to promote this game. I've not seen that kind of pushed for you know because there's not a huge huge final fantasy enquist type trails type of game persona. This is a smaller one. But i've seen more media fred donna. Well we didn't get hardly anything for colts deal for so they've definitely done a good job. Obviously this is a new entry in that series direction so they probably felt like they had to but they did a good job. I'll I shall give them kudos for that Cap cod has had a really good sales year this year in particular A resident evil seven biohazard ready to three firefighters democrat. Five but jerry g they had monster hunter world is borne sales. Most one hundred cells monster total worldwide. Sixteen point four million ice born has added on another six point. Six million the game has been a pretty phenomenal success for For capcom by Most arnold world is nearly double. What reading evil. Seven biohazard did so. That's pretty impressive. In about two and a half almost three years where the sales. That's pretty impressive. They are raking in the cash. Even in spite of all of this has been going on all over the world. That's just the way it goes if you are interested in scarlet. Nexus how that is shaping up in particular the second protagonist Cassani the tally say her name You can check out a full ten minutes of a recent livestream that they did Xbox launched and they did a six hour or so lashing now as about ten minutes of this game play and i went ahead and chopped it up and and over on youtube. So you wouldn't have to skip around and and watch all the stuff if you're just interested in scarlet nexus you check that out still. No firmly stayed on it. It's in development for ps five four xbox series x one in pc Do believe supposed to come out early. Thousand and twenty one. It's looks like it's pretty far along so we'll shell see what what's going and other xbox news If you're looking for a jar. Pg to play and you've got xbox game pass well you can play final. Fantasy eight remastered. That's pretty cool When is that one coming to it. That's the scroll down here november twelfth out perfect today you can check that game out As part as you're what you're already paying for muzzle Muslims start playing. Of course they have certain things leaving and coming and going all the time so you want to get in there and check it out as soon as you can. So we're getting close to the part where i'd normally have that Anchor commercial break. Don't have that one anymore as they still haven't quite figured out what's going on with their So instead of a break. I will go ahead and the without their this podcast yes. It's free to publish it out there. But it does cost me time and money in. I kinda made the deal last week. If you guys will check out our listener support either through anchor or through patriot on jay rpg. Report if i get enough of you guys to sign up for that. Between now and christmas. I will not go and seek out ads. I know you guys. Don't wanna listen those things. I don't wanna have to read them. I don't wanna go find adds to read on a podcast. That's not fun for anybody. So if you got a couple of bucks in your pocket and you enjoy what you hear each and every week i would truly appreciate the support Off the top of my head. I'm sorry i forgot who it was. But we definitely had at least one person step up and made a significant contribution so We're off to a great start and if a few more you guys will do that. I'd be more than happy to not say in a bake for money or or be read. Silly adds that nobody. Nobody wants to hear. Now we've talked a little bit about all the that new tales a area game it keeps getting trademarks all over the place. It sounds like this is definitely going to be a thing Tails will our name co will host a tells of series twenty fifth anniversary. Livestream date will be announced fairly soon. Have a feeling not only. Are we going to hear about what this tells other. Area is but hopefully some sort of just just something. Please tell us what in the world's going on what tells them harass. What other better opportunity would you have to back at the twenty five years of a great gaming series but also the future because yes. You should sell your house but you have to give your fans something look forward to concrete in the future because we just don't know what's going on with this game is and all you leave is room for speculation which is never really good thanks. Hopefully we'll get something. As soon as i hear that date. I will let you guys know. Couple updates we mentioned last week about an impact version. One point one. It is now all live. And you get some Update maintenance compensation Bug fix compensation not a whole lot there but better than nothing right new new characters new content. All that fun stuff that goes along with an update. The is live as of right now and there's also an update for the pc version of final fantasy four. It's got a new user interface full screen support and language options for asians or asian which options. That's probably been saying that. I'm sorry and of course. Various bug fixes. This update will also be law for ios and android versions that support. Full screen support. there is a patch update trailer. It if you'd like to check it out over on our youtube channel. I really enjoyed fancy. Four is one of those games that was paramount to my as a young lad and I really oh. I really loved the the full motion videos that they've made for this thing since thin for the pc version and Just just looks incredible. Because you have this vision of these you know pixellated characters in your head and then to see them in full. Cg and walking around like The thumbnail for the For the november patch has the four feigns on it. And you're like oh my gosh and of course the you know all the heroes as well just gives you all the fields is so cool. But if you're if you've got that already or if you're looking to get it. Now be a perfect time to check that out. As executive made some pretty good improvements to it. So it finally appears that enhance america has solved the problems with trouser coal steals for digital deluxe edition As of two days ago they reported that all users should be able to access all the deals game. They fixed fairly quickly but the access to all the deal sea It wasn't working People were. I think they even had to go through the process of getting it refunded and buying a gin so they had a big big problem. with it as far as i have seen if you didn't preorder all that stuff all the deals see you could buy afterwards on. Esn store but yeah major major Black eye for free. Ns american handling this entire situation. I mean things happen yet to respond to it but seems like that's a pretty pretty bad thing they to a of gone through charles of mono- fans who is your favorite protagonist in the game. Well according to a poll in japan Raise those earning wasn't it The amazon warrior type chick. That was the official winner of Of this university did back the twenty fifth anniversary of it. So let's see the to-do second was angela third-place by kevin got fourth during got fifth and unsurprisingly charlotte got sixth hopefully receiving zero votes because she was just terrible If you are a final fantasy fourteen player on your playstation four and you would like to port that over we remember we talked about there is going to be a ps five version of it There are some precautions that you should want to go through. Screenings has published a new post on the final fantasy. fourteen website. That kind of goes over the procedures that you'll need to go through in order to might migrate that from. Ps four two p. s. five You must i utilize these server. Backup functioned To upload settings to the server. I only then can you move on and then restore those settings. I am giving you the cliff notes version of this. I'm sure so. If if this affects you go to the website. You can go through all those steps down. Just say well. James said oh. My god do this. I don't know. I don't play this game so you want to go to the source and i am not not it. I think it's awesome that they are doing this. This probably won't be the first nor the last to take advantage of that if you're a plane The final fantasy brave xfi mobile game were divisions they're going to have a special cleberation with final fantasy. Tin that's pretty cool The says it's japanese users. I don't know if that's surely that would affect all versions of it So far all on the scene is titus yuna and orrin. Maybe we'll get some more if you don't have recruited there's no you gotta africo lou kamari. Why not got to have all the game. Get them in there. So you had to wait and see if If that affects the western version as well but It's pretty cool to see you know some character from five hundred ten. Definitely one of my more favorite entries in the series rune factory five. Got some more details and images Several new characters including romance options. Lucy insa sale and townspeople simone. Terry haina ann. Jillian if you'd like to see all these characters are quite a few images to go along with those. You can check out the facebook page or twitter account. You can sell those. If i get a chance tomorrow. I'll put these images into a slide show and put it over on youtube. Just kinda pins. Time is at a premium. Not quite as bad as i was last week having to race out of here to work. But it's still gonna be pretty pretty close so in factory. Five is due out for the switch on may the twentieth twenty one in japan in some time in twenty twenty one in the west last thing. I want to talk about on today's little stored unusual. Podcast wasn't a ton of stuff to talk about this week. Be frank and i'll be honest until two days ago. I was going to send out the message probably yesterday morning that we were just going to skip this week because there wasn't he think like there was just this complete lull of news and had a few little things from a last weekend but then like the beginning of the week was nothing but then a bunch of stuff. Start popping up Yesterday and today so gave us plenty of stuff to talk about. That's going to be the case weeks. There's just not going to be thing to talk about. And we may take a take a week off here but until you raza who had a bunch of stuff to talk about so first thing that we saw this was pretty much right. After we went. On last week. I think the next day Tecmo gusts released a new game. Play battle video. It's only about two minutes long. You can check that out of course over on our youtube channel but shows some of the fatal drives and a lot of the special moves for each of the characters. Get me more and more pumped up about this game coming out in january. Of course i'm still super deep into trouser cold still four. I just got to act to last night. Shifting to be a pretty pretty long game you can check out our nightly livestreams for that. If you are curious over on youtube usually try to get started around ten o'clock maybe a little later tonight because of the football game My titans are in action. Of course i need to share them on. But you can check that video out over there. At was announced that the to kind of mysterious characters. From italia risa lila. An ample will appear in part. Who as well. They have apparently been continuing their travels in search of something of a certain something. Well that's even more mysterious. Impale is surprised to see towels growth while la appears to be worried about the lifeless looking lint. I think we all are so in those three years. In between these first two games lynch looks like he is went on a bit of a downhill spiral. Hopefully getting back to the group will help Help kind of put that Getting back to where he needs to be at the kuni raising will add a new level and system at higher levels will get you more quantity in rare The tilles will get a big upgrade with the ability to rearrange the area. I like that idea. Essential have two floors to work with. There's plenty of space for all kinds of decorations or furniture's you could add items in the first one or change like the wallpaper you could change some of the features on the outside of the secret hideout but in terms of doing as sort of personal style to it was really pretty limited and i didn't even get that many items to put in the italianate so i'm happy to see those things coming along nicely Let's see what was the other one due to do. I think is the same same article. Yep yep i've get two sources for most of my information. Either commence sue or sue so the konia and yet they're pretty much pretty much the same so during a livestream that think went on today. Yeah some glad we kinda wanted to this. They detailed some of the digital deduction ultimate additions. That will be made Available digitally Here is what's in the digital deluxe edition. You get the base game additional costumes and gathering spots including the kurkin gathering tour another style. Cotton said the summer memories. Cotton said the helpful item said. And the all you can all you need jim. Pack now the ultimate edition you get all that stuff. Plus the special season pass. Bonus risa costume mysterious book alchemist as part of that season. Pass you get twelve. Paid downloadable contents each plan for lease later in the year for a lower price than buying them individually. That's kind of. The idea isn't expected to release in april. That's three months after you get all the swimsuit sets And also in april a recipe expansion paths in may another recipe expansion Starting in april you get an additional area called killed dora castle you get a high difficulty. Level area called flame son. Islands sounds bad also in april s some more. bgn tracks Yes lots of different. Additional items are going to be available for that I'll see during this livestream. I haven't seen the video for it just yet. But as soon as i do i'll see if i can't cut out some some gameplay or different different stuff that's been seen i think. What does that so happened today. At twenty one hundred japan's central time. So there should be something coming out pretty soon. Just keep an eye out on our youtube channel. And i'll see if i can't throw that up there for you guys to check out. So how many of you guys got a brand new system This week or kind of had to wait on about brothers getting his tomorrow That was what that's just the way it worked out. So i'm definitely going to get a playstation five The latest word is ratchet. Supposed to come out at some point in early twenty twenty one or spring something like that. That's probably one. I'm gonna plop down for new system if we've got the money that kinda key point when you've got five hundred extra dollars later because of course i'm a physical collector. I've gotta have that version of it. Have you guys got what games did you get. Looks like spiderman has been a must buy for sure but they have to wait just a little bit longer. Obviously till you're to will be one of the first ones that you can play playstation five You'll get like dragon come march so you know. Typically with new systems. It's a while before we have anything to play on it. You've got the new. Neptune games should be coming out for fairly as soon as well. So i usually don't talk about new systems and jerry geez. It's good to say that we're going to have something to play on them enough. It's nothing that's been like specifically developed for these new system still on it better than its playstation four counterpart connor part all right. I wanna go take me some more allergy medicine and get to work. Hope you guys have enjoyed this one. This has been the aarp report episode one hundred and forty and we will see you guys again next week. I'm going to try to put together a sunday special for this week. I got Though soundtracks along with cold steel four. So if i can remember and have the time maybe on saturday alpa those together and charterhouse something for you on sunday if not. It'll be next week for certain. But keep your fingers crossed. Something comes out on sunday till next time. My name is james fisher. Thank you so much for tuning in every week to your weekly jay. Rpg news podcast till next time. Get back out there and level up.

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The role of Women in Jesus Ministry Part 2

Romeo Siaw-Mensah Podcast

1:22:57 hr | 4 months ago

The role of Women in Jesus Ministry Part 2

"For what show ever born gone overcome make the world and this is the victory that will come world even our faith which comes by hearing and hearing the word right divided here with paul tori and conviction by revenue. Seattle mention of the makarios change at during this annoying tech teaching. You will telling you strangling you and equip you for a victorious. Life in the be transformed as listen molokai up to one Malaca number seven malachi chapter two seven the babbel see that for the priests lips keep knowledge and issues sick. The law artist math for he is the messenger of the lord of hosts at man so as time the missing the lord of hosts and so every everywhere i say is at my own wisdom but the lord has put the words in my mouth see men as many as receipt him to give power to become. You are becoming something special because we are receiving his message. Lift up your hands. Just prison law would be my ear out here. You're missing junk message up. Put your message on his head to receive the message and the message. Not only the message. Gorge you received the message message. Thank you it we love you. We thank you were blessed and jesus name amen. Thank you for tonight this afternoon. Holy spirit's speak to us. Led the worst of mama acceptable onto letty. Be used picking through this vessel onto your people. That'd be an app for him from you into your people that everyone who came here rick is going to. Everyone will give me a sick with your healing. Ever came what is the joy of the lord ever alchemy a all the way to prosperity. Cena is going as ever our give me as it is the food. That's of substance of lloyd. Free holiest rita. Your power touched the lives of everybody that you're people retire rejoicing in you be blessed fitful to yourself into your weight and therefore you confirmed the west of your servants and performs the council of your message let every weight every council be formed because famed allies of your people in jesus name bad blessed. You wonderful we have been studied. This into the winces out of the holy spirit. Amen so i want to commend the everybody. Get a copy of this book because you build a steady it until a federal district and as so many things that everybody must know last week we let a what influences you. What's what kind of spirit control issue. And it's important that you know spiritus control you hallelujah. And so i wanted to take you. Through the characteristics of the four spirits that operates at so you know what you want is going through in you and also know which one is controlling somebody. That's you because you need to know they're kind of split. So why you see somebody and the manifest or he mix comments from his mouth. You can see that. This person is controlled by this kind of spirit. Hallelujah as a message not prepared for that about the today's modesty as i want to bring a word to the women in the house seaman alleluia. So especially message for met in church because mother's day we recognize and appreciate the road that remained plea in life. Everyone obeys was born by a woma. Is it true and so it is to give you respect. That is set aside for the. It meant that people still out to the behind. Please entered emmanuel because entry. Okay powerful so few minutes to go try so this morning on mri title. The rule of women in jesus ministry hallelujah women played significant roles different forms and shapes to make desist ministry very successful. And so it's important for us to also recognize and teach our women the rule they can also plea so all women must know that you have rules to play for the advancement of this church and put their wake up. The ministry a ministry is not only for women for men. We meant also played very significant. Rules was doing his wick. So we need to steady few women bleed rules so that you put your search in the shoes of the women. We are talking about hallelulah. I don't want to be ordinary in this stage. Is reason you to become a significant man. How many want to be a very important person in this church and wanted you become important become important in your family you become important in this world you become important in your office everywhere you find yourself important you. I'm not ordinary woman anymore. See how the luhya. So i let kind of women who supported jesus can be found in my Do look up to eighteen looked up to eighteen. I want grouped up to eighth story. Look eight one two three so as a pretty identify yourself as a lady whether you complete this room in this church hallelujah. Amen luke chapter eight one. Two three bible say that attic kid to pass afterwards that he ranked threw out a city. And every billy routine and showing that glad tidings of the kingdom of christ to do on earth is it a true preteen and people in the city the villages hallelujah so record is to go about preaching and teaching move the city and in really poor people and poor people. We pre to people in the city participate in their community in your area. There are people who must be preached hallelujah. And the say that and that twelve disciples way with so discussable preach hit twelve. Disciples was but watch it. There's a please. We have studied the bible. Don't rush me okay. Best one you see. There's a comma at sentence has no ended here studied bibles allowed to read the bible. So i was worried about preaching and teaching from one place to another four twelve guys. Twelfths twelve strong guys my timid him and his no what people have to preach duck. Debunking get it you buckle would do. Ns written about. But we. Don't dramatize dramatize on sunday because men. Don't you have to me that. There's not before we are allowed to come here. Well not read by a copy said that we w did you no penalties so those of you. That are not as mamo decided check. It's not smart to see what you see things like that but if twelve people are full of you there's more than one town christ are struggling to take maybe up latitude seven children young when you with your wife or husband but when you look at those and seven children flew an here so i just got so going from one city to another city preaching and teaching. We're twelve disciples following it or another incident but less controversy to the the end certain women had been healed of evil spirit. At infirmities male recalled dylan out of whom went seven doubles. serving doubles. was months. Life is not meant accountable for excess. One of them hot seven. Demos cast out of semen. Okay then as an joanna. The wife of choose up hetero st. What the governor. The president of the tunnel of the city. He's sick wife was also part of the remained with louis. Do you want us so it does that. No matter what level of life you are. I said woma you can follow the stress. Those said about position what position. I'm a lawyer. And so what. I'm dr enzo and business. Models are very busy and sort. Had routes stewart's wife was part of the women who flew and jesus christ and many others. There were a lot of women that was mentioned by. Watch which ted onto. Jesus cries out of the Substance so the faster. We see that we've men support. The t says christ ministry out of bi substance the substance out of the our wealth. Resources the richest you into ministry one stand contribution at this plea potenza. Don't whether man trump disciples. Yuck eat drink kim. Wearing the end it will these women who were financially pushing the ministry poet says grace hallelujah and so i want every woman in this one you have a rule to pre in the ministry of this hallelujah and what nope that key rose the women must play as your willingness to advance your substance substance substance. What do you have. I still have to have that used to advance the kingdom. Of course you can see straight from here. The bob was. that was mark. Been beams thing. I've come to know about women is that wendy are not born a king one. Yeah not in genoa interested in the us the time and the energy and the money for the ministry the devil to control of their lives so demons brit women because we cels every woman is jealous every every is jealous but men have special kind of jealousy is especially i type especially you see if if if my wife is not as to when he sees me. It'd be with this little girl. he will begin. Knows that i'm sleeping. Yes if you like more guests on your wife. He was with. That was an evil spirit. People split by the one. She becomes a christian. Ian you are doing for gold and you see what can you not think that you are sleeping. That domon of jealousy has come out of here so he's willing to support the wake of the ministry is that it was. It was a fright. Isn't it was put you to how boy yourself and do go for dude. No no no. No you want to be chew. Sess choose juice wife. Who is that as t. What of heroin did you to follow. Jesus christ on the streets do have got traveling with the before forming amukamara. So if you don't have a spirit of god you yourself as a leading to the people are going for evangelism to to come down. So i want everyone to understand that you can play a very significant through but see until you die wrecks your time and your resources towards the of double. Were use you to do this. We passed naturally. Beautiful is not the bill to is not a demon that have brought because it's a month driving a car and that is set to joan does walking. We didn't know certainly taken by yourself and man is looking into the mirror that and he's going to hit something much traction in women the mic men or medicine ebou spirit that what you in the appeal delve. It does be sits on the top of their house with playing around him and still a simple who does by finn head matra. Buffy not happen any bad imagination of and yet somebody up there or watching cindy he forgot. I king is a distant before. He knew that diamant has drawn kim into her life taking an went ahead to kale. It's the deal you say. So but when the resources it that on out of the substance so every woman must become a woman avoid substance. I declared that every in this judge is going to become a women of substance. Hallelujah in this to become a women of substance substance when we said about yet dusted your doorstep yourself. Not that you begging for money. No money in this church will be begging for money. God is risen great in this to become women of substance hallelujah. I'm going to see millionaire with in this church who are willing to support the gospel of jesus crazy et. Thomas comment went down since dust and yet dancing from the head down to a bit india. A settlement support for them. You are next to become the pros and ritual here hallelujah. somebody need for a woman of substance. Yes because if you are not resourceful that is setting kind of spiritual wet. You cannot do so. we've met. Part cost gospel costs because yes substance because they redirected resources support the kingdom. You are beautiful gate. Let debono use beauty to destroy things by radical. Bring your beauty and less use. It support is one of your substance who have eight man. You can't sink substantial. Bring it to the house. Vote less help. I mean as i said. I got some of we know. Happy cited so bring it resources. Yes substance to push the upbeat. You are in this church in as cushioned wa wa amen and how do you become a substantial amount of substance. How many women want to know how to become a woman of substance in program that you one which is that's strip tug. We do best ten and do you know that this probe was given by a woman to hear some who don't want one because so i want to know that there are women who played significant roles in the bible more than he says so. The worst of killed with the prophecy. What hey smart. Duck taught him so the hope that it was a woman who sat down to teach his son louis. At if you want to be a king if you wanted to be great person. I'm teaching you as a woman. He must sit your children and teach them hallelujah. You walk automatic for nothing. New is my best received the presses. Now you must learn how to teach your children wisdom. Sit down down and get that certain took to them when we want to talk. What did i say. You are not interested in teaching your children become bad. Boys teach somebody them and teach them buttons social media. Would teach your children for you. But you don't have time for your children hallelujah. So we might sit down and ten because that open about how to you have to make a little and teach them and if you don't teach you and your us two pit boy you are very bad passing. you will never prosecute. Listen to the council of your mother. I'm pretty sure that's my dad's did if you listen to your mother's voice you to be with you. Because i see no depends. You went through before you were born. So if you listen to him she can raise a case to wick. Delivered you to put so you guess. Listen dot didn't you ask all your mata the president what you carry in her days so what is constantly. Don't joke with it hallelujah. Watch your food as is nice you to this. So so the west of the prophecy that his mother so the whole book of product. That one is about a that his children. And what did they say. He taught him about two things number one occasion not be drinking. That's the first thing he told the king and you start drinking you pass wrong. Document people's disinfected the persons. That don't don't be interested in drink. Taught him that. Be kaffa but women about capital by women. Don't read that but that taught this. The matter told him is the number one. Don't drink number two for the women woman to tell you that don't remain. She knows what you see this so move onto best ten talking about women now to mic as a become a substance substance so the mata is not teaching the kim how do you how do you identify a woman that associate with. If you're looking for a woman to mario monti choose in your life. Look for this correct. So best ten besta who can find a virtuous woman. So if you're looking and don't drink don't just want to marry so how does a write off. So she's teaching him that kind of woman who must look for and that is the kind of looking for in this speech. I said we are looking for this kind. Of whom are here. He said that wo- comfort a virtuous woman for half price is far from today. Everyone is laughing changing to become more important. A man hallelujah. That's sporting is what i'm looking for. Look at description of the woman we are looking for this to become a one of substance. He she is like the township. If you're looking for a woman of substance my re out to associated with all too wet with lou for a woman who is like a may chant ship and what does the medicine. She said she'd have food for. She goes to every extent misread that she bring. Hope something substantial. Have you sit every been to the hubbub before they went a sip lands. You see thousands of containers that wants it brings and he said look a woman who brin pinas become that this house one before when you see one containin drop from a ship and the goal run and come back to the room that that that try you of that movement from from ship wanted to us pull down go to wherever and comeback have generated more than one million cds one too big more than one windows million genesis. The gun team packer when the enough from the ship and put you down. There's a amount that sucked up movie from here to the that another. Please go. Maybe a story please. Money that ship who brought it at mystifies the agent who played a truck from the port and go to your shop in tokyo by the canary empty. There's money up where you put it as the goose in it. There's a duty you'll pay goose by the want them move from one part to millions of cities up into two parts. Riches pleased that people because we didn't it seventy percent of our national tax revenue from port moon and the babbling seeing as woman of substance. You are like a may tempt ship at declared you to become a full wa. I won. I was planning to a bowl now when you london one lot at home. Everybody was typing mumia. Abu memeable mumia abu amna about what did he be. she's like a mad sipped up food from my and as best watch it quickly could quickly. She rises also wild it yet. We had this been a woman of substance will work up nine o'clock eight o'clock at ten o'clock and you'll be poor forever if you want to be. A woman of substance woman was where the worst pocket food money and township. Shit you must wake up elliott. Look at the nearest. That's this stuff up to date. He'll come up with sleeping at eight. O'clock new cannot be sleeping at eight o clock. you must be mad about value. How did those if you like five. Four hundred. Wake up and see we. Men have substance the moving up and down. You're moving up now. What tactic grumble newport forever. But a lot of sabah press we are looking for we stunts and this because how push discuss ministry got from city village wrote with guys. Follow him if they were. No women are substance that could have pushes unfortunately women of today by one centimetre. Me to lagana has what's up. No i am not more breath. Your was out brett wise up. Small proportion duck. I propose bill de boss is out of all this tax receipts that the top one styles not asset so paula. We are looking for the best of a women in tech who are not list. Two guys now. Who was that better boy. You're looking for women of substance. The bill wouldn't talk hundred. How come you put forward hallelujah. He's wet up. Ask might fall says about. My work starts at nine o'clock myself said not done. Soriano puff o a book by bomb from that tab hatfield quiet one hour because he woke up in the morning you have the quieter atop the bit seven. Mkaku the fuck. That's your webster eighty. So you sleep one. You'll be poor. But today you are moving appropriate with sam man to be a woman of substance. You might wake up in the morning man. Are you ready to wake up ellen. I'm on business on monday churches. Who quincy for. Yes but we'll that. You're you're slipping hallelujah lesser. It's a characteristic of every woman of substance. If you want to be a woman of substance you have to land at wake up in the morning and in the morning sin corrupted who come to give you a woman who were up elliott the morning it doesn't electrical brain for you and your children blessing to a woman who were cup. Ellie the pray for you be given. Its househelp housewife. She with the you have a wife who come with the what. But what do you know. The money bumped your husband presenting the business too. But i want to be happy to monitor that process the wall. Come find such a person who can find. Its a press to find my life. Hallelujah and you are to become the kinda kind of this church because we will not let end less money this man. No no no no no no. We don't like it. John this because we're looking for women of substance hallelujah number to watch it and he did that leads to you. Propo- quantum rescue. You ought to do something so then not talk number one if you watch him on the modern dot to dot com process. I'm jack up four whatnot. Reckon i come was my wife. I met me so. I see these weapons shred. I'm not ready and your body's for him. He passed who bids to call you. Not successful marriage. Yes it and we cover who yes. I'm i'm thinking. I'm thinking i'm tending to liz ristori to marry a gun at gunman now of public gunman a bundy a bunk. Walk assembly house debbie. He said that he woke up at night number. Two he did that meet warehouse. And the muttahida made this mineral for your house hub suffering. Your house has gone to my minutes. Won t the reason is that you don't have what you're your fridge. My gun you bet to witness got who've what mukoko by oberg has an agenda said. Why mom for totally bass me and sundays from today. You are buying in bulk in your house so man. I am becoming a woman of substance. So that i can push the gospel of jesus christ hallelujah. Now i watch it what she got that hal loins with strength and strength things He kept is known moment. A new waited and doing what was the next one. I love this one. This she had mentioned that is good to go with not our by nights you will never be dry up with money. The parable of the ten veggies and what. The new delayed the elect went to put. They didn't have sufficient to go middle of the month. And your money's finish your light. Has i knew who was once a three months. You don't planning your life. A mexico is guy. Wouldn t unions. No no no no so in the middle of the month your light goes of your your latino could go from today but there's always sufficiency of. Oh god how lula please go back. Montana's apple proverbs one. Yes then as it ninety. This is what i want to know. She laid her hands on the spindle and her hands code stuff. Twenty twenty to twenty what they talk about. The lobby is like go to one by one. Yes twenty one hundred. No no no no you have to go. Pa go to sixteen seventeen eighteen. Why is it this one. This one sixty we'll cross. That's what i'm struggling sixteen. She considered a filled and by assets and does what she considers a filled and buys it. That was a woman who was thinking that own a house to buy land. Your mind must be the atmos a lunt that is used wisely because why can have the mind to a land you morning the same that his land you buy different kinds of shoes and use it to buy different kinds of braces like go home and calculate the cost of all your shoes you rela. Eight is a combat reports of land. His we don't have the mind to buy bill the house. They have the money. But that i can buy might not set on some to organize yourself towards it but to find a woman who's mind that want to own a land at build. It is a good. Lois commend women. Lax with that investment. Don't think about investments. Don't interested in spending his intern. Spending let me give you the right now by tomorrow epa to finish you want pinball when you've when to bob that he filled a virtual suman considers you about ticks that i'm here in the campaign to let everyone yet to own your own lantern as long as i'm your pasta you own house to the book to change our mindsets and switch it from buying things for yourself and invest in the morning. Not that women have on you. We may receive a lot of money passes in but they don't think that this morning if i give me one of so much let me economize it by this little supper us. I can use it to buy land women. Many women have this mindset middle. Women don't have become a half hour for me in the office that you receive a lot of tips are the tips are into your math. Pto here removing this. What bring this movie. This one and been disliked. What's decision if you have seated. You would have found that you buy what brad what is. It's a lot of land not around five thousand two thousand in your interests which is something that some of the shoot while we're in now is web tomato but is it because you not thinking your mind is not that this monica i come back. That's what she calls cities. If you don't consider you won't buy it. Come from the mind comes from the mine. Was the british over over over many years and previously my wife was always fighting to these women that people were giving to. But you know. I was last show last week to buy land and the messages. I'm happy because i don't want to feed that. I don. I want to see my wife. And i'm prejudiced but i must also consider that shoe come by land. What the hell. Not our to book some of that. But the fact that you can see that you can't sit down is a sign that sect has entered into an product from said pouring from to every woman here. So you call sit us you you can buy. You have considered you own. That you can't accumulate money to get it but the fact that your mind is not thinking about it. And i'm swishing every woman's your mind from today that begin to consider consider tyler said. I'm going to buy a land by dismissive. And i've heard from rebel. I'm going to a woman of substance to buy. What do i want something you are going to do what by. That's a sign that a woman of substance see the morning that the if the land by today in the nest by maybe wet four times but the shoe you buy today the best three months there be less worthless. She considered a cold and pisces and the fruit of pants with the foot apparel hunts planted by she. Want to own your own business. I pray that god will bless everywhere. My discharge you own your own business. If you are working in the monthly payment you must still have some business. That's who support you in addition because what has determined to bubba and was sorta he'd do whatsapp prosper. So you have to find something to do for go to prospect for you and do everything he can set to does the concept paper as they consider the company bunkers couscous. It by the woman industrial. If you can find a woman of this foul have fun. It's more than rubies and not declared the descent to become more than ruby say man supports so the women likud describe because by eating. How would it have. It'd be they twenty s. It is offering as to how we push the cost per void but to the low. Send me that you are going to become a woman of substance. Everyone knew that. I'm going to be a woman of substance. God is going to prosper. Hands epa tonight do is going to be bliss from today. My hands southwick at my house so quick. I'm not going to ask bed people for money. I'm believing my boat to bless the west of my hands so that i can support the gospel of jesus grace ladies and gentlemen community one point. My time is up. But i wish i could give you more of this. Supported the ministry. 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What can we use remember you. That's since you joined this this what you done them come us. Remember this this important or you. Don't i don't know how to preach. I don't know how to do it. At least i have oil oil. And i feel in my spirit that if account point point. Jesus who are saved my life from anybody's this way it. At least he will remember his lifetime. There was a woman who keeps the you as part of this ministry said that one did that. You fullish sometime when you are younger. You give your time to pre to do. Dancing do ministry by the people food allowed them to see it. Well at tom comes and the story of the wakeup board is the literal. You will be used as a memorial for you hallelujah. Be a memory. And you don't know that because it at betta and more expensive oils but because they did he use to write. Today we do with your audience stories that are people are richer and more educated than you can use to set your code by you. Use to save go on board will remember their little wake you did. I say bory hallelujah. What are we like it or not of the word will pass that we have your but to see the can do for. I say young person. I said lady is always done in your memory today. We are talking about two thousands and thousands and thousands of by by this. Indeterminate is possible is preached and today. We are here at home and are remembering that oil that was poured some thousands of years without whatever that you used to support the kingdom of covert. Be memory of you. Some of you need to win. It'd been one single bad boy in your area and bring to teach and show him the whistle. No one woman who sud bishop dug down to this is how to have eight woman. She didn't do that. He was raising a wailed apostle to the world. You can't do a lot in just a new believers come to interested in people. Does the name you do with to fellowship Brother as in the is the reason why the pestle be established does come to pass by. They're just. I'd rather day with your hair that that's it. No little fellowship support a little bit that you do for always remember dick somebody to hope you have one of my ministry said when he can pretend that's the thing that the media who sat down and just two bubbles today that that guy is a reprint minister the who happens to be established is not even a but you see the guys doric without mckee reference to the woman who happy who listen. I want every woman yet to pick gold. What can use you to do. Something said you can't really do you have to put a plea rootedly hallelujah. That's admitted to teach you wrote a plea significant room. It sound like little in the eyes of god they advocacy advocacy. Apo- hallelujah amen. So there are many women merry merry merry. Mata has come to them. You go and sleep at better. And don't know the geography is right in cuss nausea nearby their local but the griffey beatrice draft twice on what it is between nasdaq and jerusalem. 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CLASSIC: It's Our Lucky Day, With Archer's Dr. Krieger

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CLASSIC: It's Our Lucky Day, With Archer's Dr. Krieger

"Are you ready for best. Life minus the burnout. I'm zuri hall from nbc's access. Hollywood and my new podcast out. Happiness is all about the most important. Vip you you're the star of your life so own it. Join us each monday as we discuss relationships self care career and much more. Our podcast is for mindful ambitious. Diverse millennial women who are ready for more happiness laughter. Peace and purpose. now listen to hot. Happy mess every week. On the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcast well. It's a new year and hopefully this fines. You like us maxon relaxing making some plans for twenty twenty one and all the other twenties ahead. Hope you're just chilling out cool. You know. I don't know playing some basketball. The purchase. going to call it that Exterior of the place where you educate yourself. You know it's funny. I didn't. i didn't do that on purpose. As maxine relaxes. We're where did that come from. It's been a long day. But it's a new year and as you're listening Codename doc holliday mission. Control matt knoll and myself are on some adventures. Were preparing for some big things on the horizon and we wanted to share a classic episode with you today. This is one of the ones. I don't think you can find on apple anymore. It's weird how it came about. Matt you wanna maybe quick talked about that a little. It was very seriously we happened to you. know what. How did we meet lucky. Was it through the acting scene here in atlanta or was it jonathan. How did it may have been because lucky gates is known too many people for his role as dr krieger in archer. Right the animated adult series archer sorry. Hi i'm benjamin. Amber dash guys mother great actors and he is also a big part of atlanta's comedy and improv. So he knows a bunch of people behind the scenes. And i can't remember how the situation happened. Memories of funny funny thing matt but suddenly there we were. We were sitting down with a very friendly very enthusiastic. Lucky gates who is who remains a friend of ours in front of the show and he basically came in hot. No you didn't wanna topic didn't want us to do like exports research. Oh you know. What is he listened to the show and he said our want to be on the show. And we're like sure. What do you want to talk about. And he said i don't care. The weird does really weird. I think it did happen. that way. And we end up talking cryptic words. I think aliens in general get in there. We talk about Biotech all kinds. O i think the dodo even makes an appearance. Yeah oh yeah. Yeah he was. One of us was going through a big dodo phase. At the time. I can't remember who it was but it was like. how can i dodo into conversation style. I yeah i wanna say this is an uncensored episode unless we're re censoring it so just be aware if you got any young ones around it is lucky eight so i mean gosh. The guy is just filthy. He's like half of that frederick when it comes to the cursing exactly and we will be back with new episodes as always from us to you. Fellow conspiracy realist happy new year from. Ufo's to psychic powers and government conspiracies. History is riddled with unexplained events. You can turn back or learn the stuff they don't want you to know. Welcome back to the show. My name is matt. My name is no they call me. Ben you are you and that makes this stuff. They don't want you to know. I want to check you guys doing all right feeling good feeling nice car trouble. Yeah yeah But hopefully temporary rate will not not cheap. You still made it here. They get here. Had lauded a lovely Uber driver in a van with one of those doors. Where when you touch it. It opens with this through the best. You never know how hard to push it and you know those freak me out and let them do it. A dvd system in the back. You can watch the honor. Something who knows the windshield was cracked. Oh you know what's weird about this. Is everybody listening. Right now. is probably thinking. What is this episode going be about. I mean if they didn't read the title for the show they're thinking what are they going to talk about. Dvd's is this a car. Conspiracy is this. it might be. Because here's the thing Leasing gentleman are doing a very special episode and something a little bit different. This is not about just one topic. This is about multiple things and we are maybe going to be surprised ourselves in the course of this episode and as every fan of ufo disclosure has always wanted to hear someone say we are not alone today. We are joined by. Let's watch which we call him. Local local luminary. Yeah there you go. He's a local atlanta legend of sorts. A pro prolific performer and known for numerous things. Yes he uses his voice very much like an instrument that you would find in an orchestra. Although i'm not a singer please not get into that. You know we can have. We can play a guessing game but people have probably already read the titles sort. This is what we do. That's what we do. We're tap dancers of. But we do. Do we have ladies and gentlemen my lucky. Yates on the show sir. Thank you so much. Truly a dream come true for dream come true for us because we found out that we have someone that likes the show. That's always cool. You reached out to us. Let's hang and we're like yes. It is seriously the podcast. I can stand to listen to regularly in love song. Man can you believe it. Yeah i yeah so like. He was with some background for people who are thinking. This voice is so familiar kind of know that voice if they watch archer show now on fx ax. We used to be on straight up. Backs. extra doctor. Krieger You know what. I don't know affects extra. I don't know what. I don't know the second visit a little lake. Yeah yeah. I don't think so. It's always sunny taxi sexy show. Well you know they have their moments. Will i do know that. During the days of bootlegging and corn mash distilleries the xs would Show us how many times something had been processed or destroy right so double. Maybe he is just more and more potent that very well could be. Although i don't know that the execs over x at x looked that deeply into the bootlegger history of our nation when thinking of a good title for their extra where they were going. Chuck the stuff. They didn't really want to give a lot of commercial dollars to. That's not really true. You know how it works and tv. I really don't. I'm happy to be on it. I'm yeah i i am happy to imagine world. We're studio execs. Say we are going to base our decisions on a nineteen twenty's era bootleg in history. We were talking earlier. You actually listened to the to this show. I listen to it all the time. You caught the last episode of moving the mars. What loved it. it's insane. We'll never get their humanity will never make it that far off this planet. You kidding me will destroy ourselves first and you brought up a really great point off air You said should we. Why should we move tomorrow. Why wouldn't we go to the moon. It's the three days away by capsule we can build an elevator. They're kind of you know. Why would we go to six months away on a planet full of zero resources except maybe some ice up top. Yeah so true and we've already been to the moon right several times says we're going back nightmare. Ap's in charge of space now. He's in charge. Mayor of the king of space And buzz aldrin. Doesn't seem too pleased about that That that thing where he was making faces. Yeah well buzz. Aldrin's that point where he can just go anywhere and say whatever he wants. Because you know he's been to the moon right what are you gonna. What are you going to say i. I know it doesn't make him an automatic authority on everything but if i were somewhere and buzz aldrin came in and said I it doesn't matter it could be negligible thing if he came in and was like I think that you're wrong and tigers aren't the coolest animals emus or better and i was like well. That's your opinion and he said i went to the moon. It'd be like okay. Yeah yeah see. I thought on the moon look back down on the earth way cooler. I thought the moon landing was shot by stanley kubrick on a sound stage in my face with really look. Get the russians and the space race. Apparently we oh yeah we can do an episode on the stanley kubrick surprising. But yeah it is true that you can look You can if grab a nice enough telescope you can look on the moon and see like evidence of stuff. We've left leonard the mound battle littering and built some stuff hotel in cleaning up a little bit too. Because you know no littering right. No please read too late somewhere. There's a native moon person crying a single tear on tv commercial. That's one thousand. Nine hundred seventy s joke. I just can't wait for moon tourism and will really mess up the joint pain and you guys are catching some hell Based on that episode are you now this is true. It's true yeah we got very intelligently worded take down to the episode from a listener named The last names. It's an awesome when washing felder. Yes mr washing felder. And he says He really interesting to the show. But the recent episode about martian colonies so cringe-worthy force myself. Listen to the whole thing and We don't want you guys at force yourself to do anything he wants you to do. Not address when listening to the his agents so the biggest problem is that your guest. While i'm sure he's a knowledgeable about many various things so completely ignorant of economics unfortunately his ignorance taints the whole episode and leads him down the path of envisioning a down. Statist planned to tell a -tarian surveillance state. now i have to say. This is reminiscent of conversations. We had before doing the interview And you know. Communism came up a couple times in the interview. I think the thing that this listener may be is not appreciating that this was in fact a thought experiment. Yeah you know it was all very like hypothetical and interesting way of like. How would we re start from scratch and you use the word technocracy technocracy technocracy idea of putting all your faith into this ultimately manmade thing. That kinda goes on. Its own but we programmed. It did not so you know. It's like he. He seems to really believe that. If we let a i run the show there will be inequality. Well that's the problem. We outside science fiction. We have literally no real world proof or idea or precedent for what would happen korean. We have Audis that can parallel park. Google has a car that manages the stay out of accidents. Tesla's doing pretty well and a lot of people believe autonomous vehicles are going to be the wave of the future but that's not the same thing as saying an artificial intelligence should run a society that is already eliminating any margin of error. Have you not seen space. Odyssey you know machines when you give them too much power they turn on you know and they sing creepy songs in monotone voices and they won't open the airlock. That's what happens. That's where we're headed. Oh eventually they see human says the virus ruining utopia for which they were programmed to create and they start knocking off the robot revolutions coming one way or the other. The question is which is that the way humans are really going out or are we gonna knock ourselves out of the guy with the robot vowed to my robot overlords. We're going to become them right. That's that's at least entrust the whole do. Yeah we man that is look. I hit fifty. I become fifty years old in october. And so i figure. I've got maybe another fifty left given today's modern medical science sure Optimist here friends look good at that point. We are able to download ourselves. mike consciousness. Sign me up guy in line. I don't care if i'm hacked wanna get into that world and just see the latest season black mirror. No man make it past the initial big screwing brilliant episode particular. That's actually probably the most upbeat of all the episodes in the entire series called sand pero and it deals with without any spoilers at all something along the lines of what you're talking. Yeah so we get dinged for. Even i accidentally spoiled lost for somebody show. That's like you're stuck with a five year cut off. i feel anyway. You should watch so we want to thank everybody for their pins. Keep us honest. We do have a couple of emails will read on a separate episode Regarding this but. I think there's a really good point that Lucky here may which is you know. Are we being cartoonish optimistic about going to mars. I think so have you. Have you looked at the math books. Insane we can. There's no way the best we could hope pours to create some sort of penal colony up there. You know bad or parts of the year georgia was once upon a time. Colony wasn't yes yeah. Send the bad ones out there. They built something great Eventually we can send up some other forces to take down the prisoners and we'll just absorb the stuff that they've built awful. I mean all of every organism is awful. Every organism is fighting for its dominance in this crazy universe of ours and so like. Do you want to build something. Don't try to send nice people up there to turn on each other anyway. Yeah bill and mary. Jane are going to be doing it. And then roderick is going to enter the picture and then all hell's going to break and we only got twenty people up there anyway and now they're all dead 'cause roderick got pissed yeah he We really should have screened him. You know what i mean. He just didn't lake He didn't answer the questions late. How are they also how. How will people be screened. Will we be in a situation. Where the the planet there are ecosystems collapsing. Right like if a kid born today if not then. Maybe when they have children those kids are never going to eat a wild fish right or something. Right alaskan sakai. Well i mean farm raise. That's that's a good one though right. You're it yeah. I died to latvia. Apparently really disgusting callum oris actually pig intestines. I've heard that yes. No chitlins calamar deaths. They got scallops sometimes are just pressed white fish. They could cut him out with a cutter in this. Just like crappy like white fish that they put in the shape of the scallop so many people on the planet everything has to be ally. Just go insane. Rip each other to shreds. We have to have that illusion of There was that old quotation that was every ev- every civilization is seven missed meals away from anarchy. Now like you're nobody eats a week than all set. have you seen. Les is actually read. The book little garage actually never seen the show. But i have listened to that soundtrack. Eight of gorgeous. You get the gist of ristori. Madame toussaud's wax museum. Yeah sponsor of the show. Yes we beep. I would love to have her as she's surely dead museum. There is a sculpture culture. Yeah it's like if you're a real estate agent you have a nice house you know. That's a good point. That would be a perfect sponsor for this show madams. Who says it's not long ago. It was a lot of fun. it's fun kid. I have a six year old and she and as soon as you leave. You just want your. Why don't i have a wax image of myself and wax. It's so weird walking up to them because they really do look like living breathing. Human being could turn to go boop in freak you out. It was pretty freaked out. When i went into this great and that that sort of situation that uncanny valley might be closer than we think because you mentioned medical technology out grassing on. I think that's a realistic. You know we. We hear a lot about future. Ism and people say oh allen. Kurzweil is deluding himself. When he says we're going to discover these different forms of immortality. Something like it is happening. But i think before that will have increasingly We'll have androids and artificial artificial beings that cleave increasingly closer to what is human like in japan where there are dozens. Dare i say almost hundreds of scientists who are saying. Let's build a very specific lifelike thing. And it's always creepy. It's always some guys like built the perfect woman voisey. She can feel pain. Oh wow you sound very strange weird we rambling foolish because we haven't even gotten to the topics discussed and agreed upon. It's true we The rambo but let's ramble down this road over here. Let's do the Let's do that thing. They tell you to do in technical writing presentations. See what you're going to talk about the talk about it to tell people what you talked about right. Have you ever heard that. It's it's the old filling time trick insist some guidelines. Okay so We are we want to explore some of the following things Today we wanted to explore some topics. We've talked about off air Cloning aliens magic marijuana legalization and the extinction possibly alleged western mar dodo. Which is something we didn't know about until until you told us about it. It's still out there man. You think so version baby. Some you know they were were concentrated on this one. Little tiny island of view came along and then they were there for millions of years and didn't need to evolve or default to get rid of their wings competition. So what's the point. There are no mammals on the island. People started showing up in the sixteenth century. And then we brought along with us not only our clubs and our appetites but also bores and naw ghz and rats and all things that these ground dwellers and so we not within one hundred years they were gonna now. I'm into the idea that perhaps you i'm sure not. All dodo stayed on mauritius that the sailors who took a liking to these screwy birds brought them to other ports and all that kind of stuff to show off and maybe a couple of got losing everything but there are some really questionable videos out. There goes running around and it's very very obvious that these videos they don't look too legit. But i love the idea that may be May you know their ground dwellers rian thick jungles most of the time that you know i mean you guys did not too long ago you know. Bigfoot can hide certainly surely oh man they are hideous. Though do you Was that dodos. Amazing they look like they're dinosaurs just like left. Yeah he left around these guys know that. I'm i'm somewhat terrified of birds. Say someone now yeah. Pretty terrified of birth. A little is like little creepy movements and really what it is what it is. I'm not crazy about lizards either ethnic safe because of the size difference. Yeah yeah no my my cat to. It will like murder birds in like bring them home and i don't even like to mess with them when they're dead now. Have you ever experienced the murder. Bird like the northeast murder bird now. Now there's not such have nightmares sometimes under my covers like now. that's true. Don't have you been doing that. Yeah you should have given me a key. Creep look fine. I am what. I am getting my life. Cockatiels need somewhere to go at night. Because i have had a period of bird Bird love. I guess when i was younger i had a cockatiel yeah perhaps love like bird tolerance cockatiel and it was pictures of me as a kid but then i turn back that corner of bird hate and i didn't even want to touch the cut. So you don't want you don't want there to be some sort of relic population of dodo. Know which. I i agree. Birds were extinct very improbable. We have to have birds of really believe that you guys don't write me many amounts so so lucky you sit as this video when you like. Maybe be a little alive somewhere. Thinking of all the animals they could survive with a relic population. Dodos because is it roughly in the same area of the world where we still see a lot of people swearing that they saw a tasmanian tiger. Right you know Which are which are big creatures in this very very diff like i know technically would be more difficult for those to survive just because of their size and their range but they just seem so much more well prepared for life than a dodo dodo being a three foot tall fifty pound ground bird. You know what i mean. Like if they're out there we're going to see them right. You know what i mean. And yeah like they got to come out for food. Sometimes they can't just eat in the forests shellfish where part of their diet to Yeah i want there to be dodos really back. I look forward to. I think they recently Discovered some dna evidence of the dodo. They had none just some scraps owns and all that kind of stuff and people stayed on it for years and years and just recently somewhere in the two thousands. They discovered something with enough. Dna evidence that you know. It's like the mammoth where you sort of. Hope that they can re boo a ground. Pigeon is the dodo. It's in the pigeon family so if we can sort of reengineer the dodo bird for what. It's worth one in four. Brits believed the dodo still exists. According to a study from the world wildlife federation read. Yeah no yeah. Once upon a time sun never sets on the british empire. That's true that is true. Anybody you know also who knows. Maybe the brits are hiding secret does maybe buckingham palace has ever go all right. What if there is some form of dimensional travel of which the she is a member of came up in our say. Let's say that once upon a time these unicorns figured out how to slip through dimensions. Okay win the big foot was sort of about to get extinct. Unicorns thought. I'm going to save that. Bigfoot got him to the other now it's was the dodo and then every once in a while they slipped back through an episode. Bigfoot coming wave their laws form of weird can be seen but then disappear siri down the rabbit hole. Go deep is what. I don't know that you can't slip through dimensions. We don't know just because we can't do it and haven't seen any real evidence. It's true because science does indicate that there are dimensions that the average person doesn't interact with in a conscious way. We can't meet beings gotta be more going. I mean there's so much more going on than our eyeballs can see your receive. You know what i mean. Sound like yeah. who knows. We still haven't figured out death and we've been trying to crack that nut for a long time so you guys ever wonder if you're being observed from some higher dimensional. We aren't there right at the window with no. I'm sorry to interrupt yet making light but sure that we're being watched by. I'm sort of overlord. I don't believe in god. But like i get that sense right like this is something. I don't know what it is. 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Vegas live this is a this is a serious rabbit hole if we wanna go down at which obviously we very much. We're already to the deaths. Could they could clone me without my consent. I want to run into another. Be at the mall one chase in the whole. I want it so bad. The gangsters for what reason would they collect your dna like are they starting a seed bank for humanity much like the seed banquets being flooded out in norway norway holding onto it till it can figure something cool to do with it. It's populate mars with workers yep like these guys that you know. They don't know eighty percent nordic. Thanks thanks for your worker up there. We got another you digging a pit. I was underwhelmed the point where i was like. What is up something like it. Didn't feel like a real service real service. Now i find this out and it's like man you got interest you know i you know we. We already know our data's being sold bought sold. They know everything now dna granted. I chose to spit into that little vial. That was my choice and it was free but if they're really trying to be super nefarious and get particular people's dna. It's easy to chase somebody down and get a glass after they drank out so like. It's yeah it sucks but but this is like fine. Print the fine print. We'll here's the thing you stuff back. Here's one thing we do know. Gene therapy they would use the they would look through your code defined indicators of preponderance or tendency for a genetic disease predisposition. And they would say well. It turns out that this person is eighty percent scandinavian. Making this up. I'm not trying to scare you. has a higher likelihood of developing. What's something really weird Like it make it up super glaucoma. Super glaucoma yeah. It's an epidemic in scandinavia and And so they would say okay. Well now we have this this treatment that we've patented that can address that thing for this specific group of people but we own it. You don't get a part of it. That's the thing that got me. Because i'm so cheap you guys what i learned about all the massive data collection just electric surveillance I i figured okay. Yeah well happens. And then i learned that they were selling it and it wasn't getting cut. Yeah that is not cool right. So here's here's the here's. Yes the gist of the fine print. Okay this is from an article That i just pulled up. Basically ancestry gets to use. Or distribute your dna for any research or commercial purpose. Desai's doesn't have to pay you or your heirs. Ancestry takes this royalty free license in perpetuity. For all time and distributes the results of your dna tests anywhere in the world and with any technology exists or will ever be invented. That's the part i'm talking about will ever be like that. Means they can clone me. It's weird and contracts when they give like in perpetuity in all the known universe what the universe feeling got got you guys. I mean seriously. How long can a blood sample last you or saliva sample last. Well you can also extracted or something a one and done because you can cultivate right so they can just continue growing until they're ready to make a tremendous heels et matt but not helping you gotta put yourself in it. Yeah it sucks that. Don't take my dna and do stuff with it. But what are they really going. What are we going to do. That's going to screw up your lights. So bad unless they like planted on the on the crime scene you do whatever. Google your murderesses company like. Google has this kind of power report. Feel i wouldn't do is just. Don't ever talk trash about google or alphabet. Just did this sale. That rocket is launched. We're on the way for me. I'm hey don't feel bad. okay. Yeah i mean and if we lose you we'll just get the other my clothes type of thing that may be one day they got a clone of you take somewhere dying of kidney failure and then suddenly and we have a kidney. That's yours you can buy it from us. You signed this thing that we it'll come back to you. If you like bro. Industry one payment plan right. Wait little anyway. The the thing about clones in the basement be really careful about power fluctuations like that can be a big deal just you know from every everything learns yeah from everything. I've learned that grow hard to keep their in the tank. I'm assuming they'll be in some sort of tank or fluctuates between that. Then what might have mutations will happen. Oh yeah all kinds of bad things could have. You should know a little thing or two about cloning that sort of thing comedy rates ripped about such things. That's all a with tanks. I know i'll be enough though. Even though most of my twitter followers thinks that i am and in fact the cartoon scientists remarkable to me that in the twenty th century people still between the person who voices a character sexual cartoons scientists. That doesn't sane thing saying you don't have a holographic girlfriend. I really don't i other last year at dragon con. There was a guy who he had a little mini Projector and he would stand next walls and he had a mitsuko ten she would. Actually she could move an form and so she would move next. It was brilliant. It was like you gotta respect the craft at that point right it. Really incredible people are devoted. Dragon con cost. Play in particular is pretty. It's the big were whole point of that whole new york comecon for the first time and it was amazing like the rooms like the the vendors blew my mind but like the costume game was just not nearly san diego's this gigantic tv and film trade drill and cosby's a tiny little part of it. It's so strange to me with With because play. Because there is something an a psychological level so alluring and tintin to to become some other person and at heart. Like i i know. Sometimes people say oh. That's that's silly. Why are you doing this but at heart. it's the same compulsion that drives people to change their identities permanently. Or i don't talk very much about my personal life on this show by will confess something because it happened in the past. I when i found out i usually wear Darker colored clothing. When i found out that i could take a piece of just eight and a half by eleven paper rolled like this. Stick it under the collared shirt and be wearing all black then. I started impersonating a priest. Marta am i'm sorry it was great as rotation people. Come up and talk to me. You know what is an easy way around. All this tomfoolery is just go online and get yourself a twenty five dollar Ministers out. I wear my collar out in public. Sometimes and do people want somebody talk to. Yeah as of an atheist. As i am and i am arranging one man. People want some sort of religious place to go and just dump all their junk onto. I liked it better when you wear the eye patch. Yeah the eyepatches different experiment. I walked up to our after work. Spartan dental wearing an eye patch and you know bends a little bit of an intense figure so sometimes guys. Hey where everything. Okay i'm gonna talk about it. And i was like okay now. I know wind back off. And so i backed up and this other guy unrelated to the original group. Walked up knows ben. It's going off the eye patch. Don't wanna talk about it and it i was. I really thought something was up. Then later it turned out that he was just messing around with social experiment. Just these fools were an eye patch. And i don't want to talk about. I was with you. Know about fools was oh gosh man. Rocketing eye patch respectful. If you're is work to do it permanently you you know because i was thinking what if i run into someone who actually has because you could tell a real eye patch versus a fake eye patch The real ones obviously medical devices and they've got gauze and stuff on them. You don't really see people walking around with the black eye patch but stream nouns like right so if i read more of a fashion state if i ran into that person would be like running into a genuine priest dressed as a priest i would have to. I don't know if i would just turn tail and try to disappear or if i would try to see if by. Bs skills were accurate. News claim You know. I'm an internet Minister and i saw people that might have needed to reach out and so i slapped on my little caller. Yeah pull the dave chapelle thing. Just because i'm dressed. This way does not make me. Oh boy who i. I'm sorry. I derailed us a little bit. Let me it back okay. What if you ran into your clone. If ran into i would love it i would be eye patches. The only one that tells us who real need to do it. It's it's interesting because when we talk about the science including they're actually very dangerous problems with clones for some reason that we don't understand tend to be much less healthy lamb dolly. The sheep was just that four land did not get a fair shake from the start. Can you believe it's been since one thousand nine hundred ninety seven when dolly. The sheep was ninety. I didn't even realize that was last century. Figure that was definitely the two thousand crazy is that it feels like we haven't gotten that far. This really stopped unless dot com warehouses. Full of us. There are theories about human cloning centers that are all over the internet. Sure and we've been written too many times asking us to cover these things. Why or why are you not a man in the field. That's the problem. Yeah we need somebody to go out there and try and infiltrate one of these things. you need. lucky it's slightly successful voice actor clone myself. I want to get off this money train. Good and the thing is that we send a clone out. You know it'll be it'll be a tragedy when something happens to them but it will be a tragedy. We originals can all experience together when we get a clone of ourselves plus going to be a baby. Who knows if this past six months and it's still going to be a baby fully formed area. We're not the venture brothers. We've got these tanks and beds and all that kind of stuff. It's like no. We're going to ask egypt. Celebration is a whole different ball of wax. yeah It's the colleges this really that we got to get out of our bodies making more meek versions of ourselves as silly we are this close to the singularity of melding with machinery right. But would i want to go. But that's the question. Would it be just a copy of your consciousness you know. It's like that old Vcr's ship right the old idea that if you slowly replaced pieces of ship over time built the same shit yeah. Yeah because you're calling it whatever that's completely different thing. Would you with that gets sure. Why not as long as you've got all we are is a bag of chemicals with memories right which are chemically induced. Sure yeah so if you can keep those memories and keep building on them which is the way at least our understanding of how we work sure. Why not it's just a different version of what we're already doing. It's just if we get hit by a rock and you might not know. I mean you would know but it would be a relatively academic fact after that where you know maybe in the future it would be a fun fact that you tell your friends at parties like you know i used to be made out of like weird meet me. I had the heart of me had to be cut off. Because i'm mangled it when my bicycle those anymore. Did you guys ever read the comic. That's available online through existential comics. It was called the machine and it was all a thought experiment about this. Very thing with teleportation machine with every time you teleport you die in. Another copy is created like in the prestige. Yes it essentially the same thing and in this story too much. But it's such a popular thing because you can teleport anywhere and everyone's just doing it. And everyone is just killing themselves and reconstituting constituting themselves jeep pickup right like is there even a blip in the mind of the clone that lets them know that there are clone. Insert jagdish in subjective time. There probably wouldn't be ideal either. Wouldn't we've talked about this before over over cocktails lee sounds so classy. Yes this kind of thing. Where when you've had a few beverages you can really go round to the problem with that is we. All i don't know about you but i always thought that i sounded way smarter than actually. Did you know about a smart as you are. I'm gonna choose to interpret that as a compliment as bush. let's say you have a clone okay. Sort of accelerated. It's a up till somewhere point. Would you want to have one around. Let's say like oh no liver's failing thanks to our conversations about this very thing now. I need my spare part of the tank for spare part to being downloaded. You wouldn't even like to be friends with them by the way i'm taking your liver your heart meet. Yeah thanks other me and then you start fighting about mood like who deserves the live more. The original failing to live more or does the improved clone deserve to live more. Who knows everything. I think we should just I think the answer that allow people find his Maybe it's just easier to make organs. I don't know if it's more more difficult or if it's easier because you have to build an entire support system to impersonate the rest of the body for that liver. There have to be something like blood going through but in theory. The couldn't you do it like you know. Chicken mcnuggets style. Where it was all on an assembly line you could just make dozens of livers just print kind of exactly like some such selection. You know like oh man. I feel like that would be instantly used by nefarious billionaires. Did you also did you guys. Read the story Well i don't know if it's studied. I'm not one hundred percent on this but there were rumors going around that People had discovered transfusions of blood from young mice into old mice improved their health. Real life vampire our talking. This is a real thing now in silicon valley they on the tv show. It was there but also in real life of infusing young blood into a ridiculous though. Aren't we constantly making you blood right. We're not using tank of blood. We were born with correct So i don't know. I don't know for how long. How long does this last. The new blood sounds like a fad to me even bigger for the rest of time after twelve shot imagine. It's like taking a vitamin supplement. Or something through you. Essentially getting into that pay women battery. Yeah well Also you know what if it's just what just like twenty minutes. That's worth it right. Thanks college kid. Don't live tv twenty minutes. I'll watch silicon valley this. There's this whole this whole thing based on this where it's a guy who was just employed with a salary to sit there for twenty minutes and infused blood way. It's based on the gavin milton erickson. Yes based on the actual. Well i can give you some of the background you guys so there's a This story reported mit technology review It is being offered as an anti aging thing from a company called ambrosia topiary. Oh this is such a brilliant plot for eight grand a pop. They will yeah they will inject you. I feel like all four of us are so creepy by calling new blood. But that's what it is young radiohead song. We suck young blood. No they prescient. Weren't they were so Is the guy who started. Jesse karmazin Said that within a month most participants see improvements from the one time infusion of two liter bag full of plaza so Several scientists say. His trial is so poorly designed. It can't hope to provide evidence about the effects and was also a pay to participate study. They collected four point. Eight million. Wow the that many people lined up Jeep grand a pop. Wow wow i you know. I wanna see other shakes out. A lot of people are saying that a lot of other experts are skeptical to say the least. But i have to ask if we assume it were like if somehow it worked. Which biologically at this point doesn't make sense but if it works what would be the point where you would not do it you know would it have to be like the time span is not enough with someone after die. Would you be taking all of someone's blood and then living a more healthy virile strikes me as such a boozy. Thoughtless thing to do in the first place. We know blood. Donation centers are always in short supply. Not enough to donate side and we're just like scooping up all the blood that like dying children need just feel good now. Imagine if you could make a living like an actual living in pay rent just by giving your blood away to these ultra rich humans. Would you do that. Wouldn't you feel terrible all the time. Just be a blood bag in fury road literally. No that's a terrible life. That's not cool. Though you can play playstation detailing pass out cookie at and you're good to know what a terrible stop it. Awful all right. i'll admit though wanted to clone. It's just like the idea. of course. of course. If i ran into another me at the mall would be the best. It'd be cool like hopefully if they had similar personalities which we don't know there's one there's one farmer that had a beloved bowl in this bull would come in and out of their house. All the time in the bull finally died and they went to like korea had this thing cloned and it came in it started out like old or whatever the black how in the bowl turned on them. Yes because the clones are clearly. They've never seen science fiction. 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Titus something we mentioned this idea of being watched by some force in the idea that they're sort of watching a screw up our lives and our planet in our society and we talked in the interview about our extra dimensional creatures. Sure do they have some purpose in interacting with us like. Are they here to help us. Are they watched waiting to watch us. Burn ourselves to the ground so they can swoop in Do something with what we leave behind. The i don't know. I think that was one of my favorite parts of that discussion. Yeah i'm always. I'm always terrified with the Quietly terrified over. Think a very like repressed british kind of terrified when i think about The physicist who say stephen hawkins' one famous example but the physicist who say. We don't want to meet extraterrestrials. Why would they come all this way. If they were traveling you know. According to the dimensional rules we understand and more even more disturbing. What if what. If there are other civilisations other cinci intelligent beings can hear all the signals. We're trying to put out and they're just not responding. Maybe they're just like no way. Yes shrek maybe hide or maybe there. Heidi maybe we're collectively are species that idiot in the horror movie. Who's like hey guys a weird in this house down there. I'll be right seller run up the stairs. We're just more in our infancy. If there are other intelligence oh great. We're wailing baby. Nothing compared to the life span of planet. I mean we're in the middle of. How many times is there have been a mass extinction. Say we're in the middle of the sixth one right now okay. So so five times before. Everything has been wiped out in the so. We're just the leaders at this one. Like we have not been on this planet for that long as a species I'm going to say evolution because that's how it works You know we've evolved during just this small amount of time. Great we have thumbs and big brain cavities. But my question to all that is that the maybe there are and they'd be there watching us and all that kind of stuff and don't want to have anything to do with us or our planet setup. maybe species can't evolve to such a state to even make it off a planet. You know what i mean. Maybe the universal laws or whatever just like why would we ever want to infect other places with you mean. that's a great question. The earth is like an organism. Basically you know and every creature on it is another organism that is fighting for its space and all that kind of stuff in humans are really running wild hours and You know at some point. We're going to throw good numbers of ourselves off one way or the other and maybe that's just how life works in the universe is that we can only get so far any species only get so far before they just burn themselves out at throw themselves off the planet because they get too smart but our own good. I really liked. You pointed that out because the One of the things that we explored in the past which is bothers people. An existential level is is just what you said it. It's a massive It's a massive pain in the ass. I can say on the air right. yeah okay. i think we've loosened the reins a little from the mars interview. I forgot about that. Yes but the is you know. It's it's a massive pain to take anything that specifically adapted to living in this larger organism. Recreate its environment in a sustainable way and then just put it out in glorified I mean the best we can do. But a glorified container right right and then and then okay. Let's just keep playing this lottery until we can build something some. I says something. Larger and semi sustainable. It seems like the future of space exploration is going to belong to whatever new life forms humanity create jets. So we're not the protagonist really. We're like the builders. Yeah they're like the midwives or something. Yeah we were the result. And you know there's of course the theories that the life on this planet evolved from comets and things smashing into because somewhere else they're order these organisms microscopic level that attached to the various comets and whatnot and got here and then boom life happened. And so you know we really want to get off. Then i'd say we start. You know shooting microbes. Put our personal microbes on space and hope for the best some spermatozoa and some eggs on these rocks and get out there. Trying to put a man. What would we start with humans on mars just from parted with radiations and nightmare scenarios. That they'll never survive is because we just want to have one guy or one lady who can one up buzz aldrin. A conversation later. When i do that was one of the most fascinating things from the mars episode procreating on mars in how how long it will take figure out if that's even so like completely unsustainable was take a hundred people at a time and their goal is to get a million people hungry cry and saying by the time that the everyone got there. There'd be a whole new generation of kids that have been born there the way we work because we grew up on this plan right not on some other planets that came up in the interview was with with With marshall was brought up the idea. Would we evolve differently on mars versus you really figured out with the first total recall air. Where's immediately like true. Martians became mutants of these weird because they were just growing up in this completely different environment than earth is and so we started sending people there and they sort of breeding. And then you've got quavo seen the video where it's that but he's singing. Your is by peter. Gabriel so awesome. Everybody look that up and again to go. with hawking. yeah the. Why would we want to meet. So let's some species was brilliant enough to make its way off the planet or slip in between dimensions and all that kind of stuff. And they're here and they're watching us total morons like with the humans. Do not have it figured out. The world would be very nice eight right now where everybody would be working harmoniously with one. Another are absolutely not in that state now but they're going to be so much further advanced. Why would they come here for anything other than resources. And if that's what they're here for unless we're the resources they need we'd be getting loaded onto ships they're just wipe us out and take whatever they were here for it. It's like were. There was a twilight zone episode where the aliens wanted to take us all to their planet. Mad about it right Episode that's great. They created like every twisty sci-fi trucks gallery gets even weirder. You have a quote. Krieger has a quote in the show about superior anal technology with aliens and that's why he was so fascinated by abductions right and we can tell so much by that's one of the strangest and funniest things To come out of pop culture around abductions and aliens and all that. I just isn't always an anal broke. Why yeah why are they yeah. Ground zero for anal probe alien tropes like was was the twilight zone wasn't the collective there was some real fads of suddenly. They're all these. Freud forward won. T probably brought it up and other dot teves quotes on this same. Oh yeah that happened to me too. And then of course because it's the funniest thing that could happen is that you would go on this ship. Aliens would start. Sticking things in your. But that's the one that people because we are still just throwing monkeys. And i thought i don't not believe in the concept of objections. I just don't think we have enough information. I'm not like fully on board. They have the same attitude towards that. As i do about like the existence of a greater quitting. You know if aliens were coming here and abducting us. Why would they put us back. Oh and they just take us take a person go off do all their experiments in the discard. Why did they wait for ethical reasons. Just back into putting us back in over two fuzzy memories of what happened. Like what's the point of throwing us back. Maybe they have really high level morals in their permission and have a booth sign college campuses. Unfair would go and see like. Oh yeah i'm gonna go with this experiment. I want the aliens to figure out about us. You get a small amount of money stipend at least yeah now. We had all these extra step so that they're nice to us in the but they're nice we'll there's also the possibility abductions occurred but the cause is missing tributed because you memory is treacherous right. One thing i thought was interesting about these alien of stories is if you look at them. Plot point for plot point. They're very very similar to the old tropes of people being visited by changeling zorro ferries so i think there's a larger phenomenon or experience or something in the zeitgeist but i think it's also it's also just very. It's it's easy to attribute a specific cause with the lack of transparency. But if you don't know then we can just say right is more likely what is less likely and i love the point. You're making about. Why why would it be catch and release. You know what i mean. Because what is this second take reserves. Take us yeah what you will hold spaces. Endless gets chuck. Our bodies out when you're done with us I will say this though and this leads into Natalie what we're talking about but Also might theory on ghosts. Oh there's another which is dimensional echoes. Right okay so be could be know. The theory eve's say that we live in this multidimensional system where and let's say dimensions. Rub up against each other. That's what i think goes. 'cause i i wish i wish more than anybody. You know that. Go spooky ghost would be flying around all over the place. God i want that to be real. I don't think it is. But i lived in a house. That other tenants have claimed was haunted and they heard a lot of things every once in a while you would see a weird shadow walk by that. You didn't but i think things like that are just like maybe there's a dimensional echo right. Maybe sometimes the the the strings or whatever get a little close to each other and so there's some bleed in between dimensions and maybe a duck teas are see this guy. They some other dimensional thing will rub up against in they can perceive it. They don't know what to make of it. And so they create this already in the pop culture mindset or these alien abductions and so it must have been that as opposed to this other thing that i can't even possibly begin to explain how i don't know. Did you ever have any personal experiences while you're there. Only seeking out of the corner like me and some buds granted we were in our twenties. All stone is beyond belief. And you know up at all hours just being ridiculous but we would all be sitting there like either watching tv or something and you'd see something walked by these big french doors and you'd see something and everybody in the room would turn and look at the same time like what was that. What just happened. And one of my very best friends on the planet and also big skeptic In the house at one point during a holiday season everybody left and he heard like a full-on party going on upstairs and he was alone in the house and he was freaked out like he like left the house. he couldn't make it anymore and the guy. One of our buddies who his grandmother had originally on the house and apparently there was a lot of entertaining that went on during the holidays. And all that kind of stuff. That's what i was like. Well maybe these are just some sort of echoes of those old times stuff that somehow i dunno a conscience not a conscious thing site just a Another experience. I've told this story in the pack items to tell the quick version But when i was a kid a girl i was dating. A dear friend of hers died in a car accident and i got into her car. My my girlfriend at the time she finished class and it was really cold. Got in and she was like crying. And i'm like what's up. And she blows inside of her car windshield and the girl who i was signatures. They're clear as day and in my mind. At that moment. I was like ghosts. Got really emotional. I felt like a sense of this thing. But i know now that it was totally like the kind of thing of a girlfriend would. Do you know like in their early twenties. Or whatever write your name breath or whatever you got residue on your fingers. So yes exactly but like in that moment though i was just like done. I'm in you know. And he didn't even have to explain it away. Just kind of fizzled overtime. Realized oh i was really taken by the moment but this is really what was happening and it was kind of disappointing army. Brains want an answer. A lot of them are ones that we can perceive as though we come up with ghosts. Alan here's where we get into something very similar where the human mind is just trying to make sense of something that we don't understand and we call it a lotta times magic so yeah okay all right l. by magic magic will. It's something that comes up here all the time because we discuss. How technology if it's advanced enough. It seems to be magic simply because we can't explain it i can on. Yeah as far as i know. There's a little wizard that lives inside my laptop. That makes it happen as far as i know. What's that arthur. C. clarke quote. Yeah that's what we were just like. Your technology past. A certain point is indistinguishable from magic. I'm paraphrasing nearly. That comes up hardcore in the new transformers movie. I four movie to. There's this idea right. But then there are other human beings throughout history who have tried to make use of a more. I don't to say conventional magic but spell casting and actually writing things down and the focus your mind on this one sort of the subject or outcome that you want and somehow you are making the universe respond to your constant thought processes. Yeah i used to buy into that stuff too. But then it becomes. How can i possibly my little chemical thing going in my brain have any influence whatsoever on the physical world around me unless i do. Unless you're influencing yourself in some way. Yeah unless it's like weaponized psychology. Which is a phrase that i thought was cool But it's yeah it's it's true. There are certain things that no matter how much you focus your attention or a how ardent a fan of the secret you are. You can look like hundreds of people got together in the sixties. Tried to lift the white house with their minds. You know joy was at the pentagon. Okay thank you. sorry about that. Who tried to look the bike first. Let's start with a bicycle. Yeah before we moved to the white house which is a giant building. It was a people very heavy. So what has an extensive basement. I was going to the bowling alley in it. So maybe if we got a couple of hundred people and is like a toddler's bike start ping pong ball hundreds of people we're gonna put it right in the middle of the field circle this ping pong ball up. What are you guys doing next saturday. Hopefully lifting mind. I'd rather just play some ping pong and we just keep it simple. Can i'm basic. I think going to do this all of one afternoon. We just have to multitask. You know what i mean we could take the ping pong balls from the ping pong game that will satisfy me and then try to lift them with our minds or we could see someone could try to like tilt the ping pong game in your favor. No that's okay. Because that's what people would do if they had small amounts of telekinesis right you'd be in vegas playing craps because you'd never lose you ever feel that urge though just to think real hard at something and make do a thing. I tried to do that all the time. It doesn't work like you're selling telecommute is magic. Essentially you know what i mean. We're all these different things. It's all the same crap. It's like you want something to happen to really can't but so you're gonna make this thing called magic make it work. We haven't harnessed the strings yet. In some cases in some cases Practices that would have been considered magical in the modern day did produce important results like alchemists predecessors of chemists discovered a lot of stuff. Some of it it turned out later Came back to bite us like pesticides but at the time that's amazing. Yeah in so. I can definitely see that. I have a proposition for you guys that ties into this a little bit so one of the big psychic powers which i would also classify with magic that people will typically talk about infection or sometimes claim. The experience is what's called cy comedy. The idea that by touching a physical object. Someone with this gift would somehow know what happened right. So like louis Select lucky is like lucky is like in somebody's kitchen and he picks up a knife and then he just all the sudden nose there was used as a murder weapon and he's still got to like hang out and be cool with whomever they killer is for a second. That's how it happens but now. I think it's it's Plausible or well possible that we as a species could arrive at a situation where technology or the internet of things which that was used to be really popular phrase where enables that kind of commentary or there was a There was a product that came out and there are probably several of these called a tile and all the idea with the idea was like people lose things for a lot of people. This is a this is a convenient thing and what it means is that you'll never you not only will you never not know where an object that is tagged is but eventually that same technology could get us to a point where you know this cup also has a story that it can tell you can pick up just by touching it just running your phone over it. That's pretty interesting seeing the trees and what not that it came from. Who knows i gonna get for my. Yeah when it gets documented. I like if they put if there was a cup is not the best i mean. Honestly it's not the best example but yeah if the like made the cup and then tag the cup with all the people that have held because with the cup right right i think. That's i think that's possible but also i would ask if they ever happened. Would you want that. Would you want to participate and that society. I mean unless you. It's just another distraction to keep us from the horrors of us. Destroy ourselves. i so what's the point of knowing your cup story point because we can do it. Yes yeah historically the something that we've often ve often said as as a life for would often like. Hey yo this thing we could do it. Someone's like home mike. We can do that the like. Yeah yeah well. Let's go into the desert blow up an atom bomb our curse right of humanity and curious The same time we don't care if it's gonna wipe out a bunch of in order to find something man if we think of something we're to have to do it. Stop until we Just the human way you gotta make sure we can that so so you're into magic at some point or you just interested in the idea of magic itself Also because i know in the world is based on the idea of giant magical being who you know has other magical henchmen that seemed to no longer really working out there in the field. But it's all magic based you know what i think. It has such a grasp on humanity the concept of magic. Even though it's weird bringing up religions is when you introduce that word to somebody when discussing you know atheist and so if i'm discussing somebody has a religious background like my parents. Let's say if you bring up the word magically flip out but then when you explain but here's what you're saying and there's no other way to describe what you're saying other than using magic which is ironic considering that a lot of heart. Christians think any magic that doesn't is involved in their religion is evil in witchcraft or satanic. The magic in my book. God and inside just christianity to task and i mean the humans being very tribal and we gotta have our group is the right group and not your group. Let's wipe each other out so that our ideas are the ones that survived. And it's a zero sum game so jealous of you having able to see ricky as Debate oh yeah Or defend his atheism to stephen colbert. Who is a devout catholic. Yes and he had the coolest line it was like. I believe in one less. god yes. There's what three thousand guy working cannon of humanity right now. i just don't believe in one more than you. Yeah you don't believe in two thousand nine hundred and ninety nine gods. i just believe. I don't believe in three thousand of them and a great point. Know i if we want to get into religion. I don't know how many cards and letters this would like to remind everyone that we will never tell you what to believe through your day. Great just as long as it's not causing you to do harm upon others. That's the way. I think we can all agree with that if day. And you all your beliefs and you all rocket man doing go for it. Happy for you But you know. I don't think that say well. I don't think i don't think there. I'm not a big believer person Proselytizing so i. I don't think it's we see it on the show because it's something that we practice in our realize we're not going to go out and tell people what to think or what to do now but it's okay to say i'm not going to tell you not to attempt to launch yourself out of a cannon without training right but we say well you should be odds of you've been injured or are much higher than the odds of you you know pulling off this cool trick. I mean the person you're trying to impress might date you. They'll be dating in the burn ward for awhile. Best case scenario. I think that's i mean. I think that's absolutely fine. I appreciate you said whatever it takes to get you through your day So whatever gets you through your day We know that we live in in the west at least An increasingly secularized society. Yes right and we also know that people are shedding some of the old taboos that once existed Social taboos i mean right and one of the biggest cases of stuff. They don't want you to know that we get a since. The show began people asking us about marijuana legalization specifically cannabis and hemp Yeah we found Various different surprising historical anecdotes. No marijuana was not the always the villain that it it became of course So we wanted to ask you know what do you think about the current movement which has state by state And kind of contradicting the federal government stance weaving by the current movement toward lake. Legal all for it. Because i'm a huge pothead. What do you still said. It was in your twenties You know that was my drinking days might twenties. I did i left. I left pot for a while and became a real good drunk Fun drunk though. I never got bad or anything like that. But eventually i'll call turned on me And i turned back to pot. And i win. I'm like with like many artists. Got a lot of neurotic hang ups and such and My entire life. I've always been a panicky type and was taking paxil and all kinds of everything all day long. You don't have pop pills every day just to keep me grounded and man then we came back into my life and completely changed the game for me like i just put me at ease with things. I'd never been at ease before gave me perspective on things and you know it was different than it was in my twenties my experience with pot in the twenties. Which was you know. I mean i'm in my twenties so i'm just looking at party party party as opposed to this thing that i'm discovering like not only does it open me up to To talk more about ideas and see things from a different perspective than i had before Maybe age has something to do with that too but it also. I don't have to pop paxil every day anymore because this has completely like mellowed out my whole panicky situation that i was always in the middle of like being able to cope with things on a much more Adult responsible level of. And i had been which i was just reactionary before we've done episodes on big pharma and obviously a pretty significant in just about anybody. Just observing could argue roadblock to scale. large-scale legalization is. You're correct. the problem with pot is that it's perfect and it grows wild and Corporations can't control that so much. How you write it again. It goes back to the mars straight throw capitalism up there because it's just going to destroy itself really fast as soon as through the idea of like who's going to make more money up here then it just ruins everything. So yeah i'm all for pot You know. I also want to keep You know the big corporations out of it because it is crop and you know yeah. So here's the thing lucky. Do you live in atlanta. I do okay. I do and i smoked pot every day. Okay illegal thing But you think that that is what makes it hard to get. hold of. that's the other thing. Is that look every other state including my own every state that doesn't have legality. It's out there and it's the easiest thing in the world. It's easier for me to buy we than it is for me to buy alcohol and i'm fifty years old hundred guys that i know that i can get weed off of why liquor store at the no one of those this guys. That'll deliver marijuana to me. True alcohol isn't a thing yet not yet working on it. It'd probably worth work but it's weird because it ties into some of the blue law things right where it those are especially common in the south we used to talk about will. We've talked about the case for legalization whether it's decriminalization or full recreational legalization when colorado massively boosted their tax revenue and the state ran out of wheat to sell. Nevada is currently out. This month became like they opened up their dispensaries. And they're out of pot because it became so everybody's smoking weed except the guys in the big offices that are telling us not to smoke week. Well they might be smoking to. What's that old line about. Prohibition like People will vote for prohibition as long as they can still stumbled to the poll. Emission does nothing but create crime. That's where the crime comes in. Is the prohibition soon as it's legalized and regulated. And there's no problem anymore. It certainly feels like we're on the road to decriminalize. At least in a lot of places. I think the country is gladly walked to a dispensary and pay more than i currently pay on the black market knowing that the more that i'm paying is going to fund better schools for my state. Are you kidding me up absolutely throw in on that. Look at the numbers though. It's absurd how much money and when it's using you know it's done in these more progressive states they use it well. Allies pay for infrastructure. Already in georgia with the lottery. Which is just legalized gambling right. You know we won't call it that ever because we're not a gamble state and that's all that is and where it goes to. Our schools in theory goes scholarships and such a little bit so good again good good chance to start afresh with marijuana legalization of like then you pass legislation that earmarks that prodding it has to go there or else. This whole thing is done you really standing in the way. Obviously politicians are a big part of it. You've got generation fear. There's a lot of fear from because you know a lot of people. Fear about losing their their influence from big pharma like voter base right. It's the type of thing that You know my parents. I don't think would never vote for legalisation. Even though they have two sons that are chronic marijuana. Smokers and I think it's because they were adults during the nixon years when he convinced them. What an awful terrible thing. This was right. And that's what they still have in their mind. The myth is still very much alive of what marijuana is and you know boogeyman that like. Oh they're going to start doing other choice. Like only for madness thing hero. Zero what to do cocaine. Lsd any of the other drugs. Just another huge pop head. But i'm a huge pot. It doesn't make me want to do like. Let's throw my body into another weird state. Then i might not be able to control. I know i am on weed. And i'm the best me when i'm on we'd But if i cannot lsd. God knows what's going to happen. I don't want to go down that road yet. That's the reminds the little. Psa's where someone it was. Someone talks to their their drug dealer in the. Hey do you have any marijuana like no. I'm out of marijuana. Try this heroin. No one would ever do that. Yeah no one's ever no one's ever gone well. It is a drug. It is thanks to take goes back then. That area I'll tell you what back in my drinking days Drink and makes you wanna fight. It makes want to argue and then also Loosens your inhibitions enough that you want to start throwing punches. I have never not once while being high on marijuana ever wanted to do anything but sit down and discuss normally who'll topics It never wanted to throw a punch. It never made me want to go do something stupid that i wouldn't have done had i not been stoned. But that's all alcohol does is it makes you do the dumbest crack and gets you into nothing but trouble. Plus you feel like crap the next day and there was no such thing as a we'd hangover because up pushed into the limits and the next day going on sure. Take up. tell you what. I'm turning thirty four pretty soon. And i had just a little bit to drink. The other day nightmare felt so bad. And that's why i stopped drinking. Is that my love of alcohol. Did not and alcohol's love of meat ended became a one way relationship instead of a two way. And i know what i'm not wanted anymore took my belongings out of his apartment. There was mary. Jane waiting for me on the street corner man. Serial monogamous took me right in embrace. I never go back. would one thing. I'm finding interesting about these. Conversations is that more and more people regardless of whether or not they personally use we'd in any form Typically more people seem to be saying. Well what's the big. What's the big deal. When's the last time that a crime related to the nature of this substance not to the loss rounding it but but to the inherent nature of the substance. When's the last time that caused a crime. Everybody currently in our society say the united states. Everybody who wants to smoke weed right now is already smoking weed. It's not the illegality of it isn't stopping anybody. Because it's so easy to get so the problem is is now. It's so easy to get that if high schoolers wanna smoke weed they can go get it if it's made legal and regulated. Suddenly that becomes a little more difficult because then they gotta get a guy to go into a store to pick some up writing. Give that back to the kid on the outside that weird hanging out the side inside the seven eleven trying to get some older guy to buy a beer. Yeah it gets going to mess up at some point but it's not gonna knock the black market out entire won't but it'll put a good step in there in the middle of your game to think about. If it does become legal imagine bying bootleg alcohol off of somebody like on the street you could. You could just go into a liquor store and get some alcohol or there's a guy you know that has some he calls it jin. Yeah fast jimmy with the still. That is really interesting. I wonder how that would affect the black market. That's still that's still does happen. Because this would be heavily taxed. And so even. After prohibition there were people kept like corn mash stills can. We're going all the way back around. corn mash stills to To avoid pain kind of still happen where people will be and so let's say it's legal and then then it becomes like well. Where's your farming license. And now it's crop. You can't sell corn to people on the street just from your grown in your backyard technically You shouldn't be able to grow this other crop because we don't know what you're doing with it and it's regulated thing. People are always going to grow their own You know that's they. We have to now out of necessity. So that's you know and there's a huge industry on grow your own. You know what. I mean hydroponic kits and all that kind of huge industry and the only thing we're not allowed to do was put a seed in the ground and for it to grow up into a growing take a while we're often put in their body. It's always weird me and it's like you've got these like l- research chemicals. They call them lab chemicals. That are legal for a time. Because they're so new right like the the bath salts epidemic number that yet. We're like you know there's some of that was debunked. But it was like a really potent like amphetamine more-or-less that was causing people to do pretty crazy. Violent stuff like total associative press right but again that stuff. It was legal when they were doing it. And then you know and then the da catches up figures. It out makes it illegal but things are moving so fast with like Researchers that kind of come up with these byproducts from whatever they're doing i guess and then the euro someone out they can market some kind of like quick higher designer drug look at the opioid issue. We feel like people hooked on basically heroin in the form of a pill came to them in you know as a pain pill that the pain and do it for under undoubted to dr literally. The corporations are saying doctors as fine. It's fine pass it out. It's perfectly legal yet. You grown completely just grows wild. We never did anything to it. I mean we have now but we just made other pretty flowers that have crazier affects than they used to. But i have a two fun facts about one in bhutan the very small himalayan kingdom it grows wild in the ditches and it's it's legal if the people want to smoke it but they don't they feed it to the pigs so it may have the most relaxed pigs on the planet. The pork is probably delicious. So traumatized by any of its life is the most amazing pork burrito had cortisol and the second one is it apparently Marijuana is technically legal in north korea which wouldn't expect from such a totalitarian regime. no but apparently. That's the one that i don't know what kinda day you know kim. Il sung you're kim jong was having when somebody came to him and maybe it was like later in the afternoon on a friday and So we've got. We shot the people a shot and where we are with the weed. And he's like i don't know man just let him smoke. Do it isn't on their list of grasses that the citizens are suggest the citizens that the e because there's no food. Oh that's a great question. I it is that is that there is a step dry. What a great country that is. We being legal or not but even even the dprk even north korea belleci pa. Yeah so john will let you do it. Yeah why can't wait. And so. I know that dude smoke and look at that haircut crazy. I'm sure that What's his name the basketball tennis. Oh yeah it isn't just showing up with autographs photographs from sweet. We'd at lea- seeds so we see again what's happening is that legislation is typically outpaced by social evolution and technology. So is this an artifact of different time these sorts of laws. And if so what is what is the future. What what do you guys think is. Is it eventually going to be nationwide. Holy i think it will and it's going to be like everything. It's going to be the dollars that speak the loudest right and they're going to realize that. Oh my god look at the tax revenue we can get if we just legalize this damn plant. That has never been a problem. And they all smoke it anyway in washington. Dc this legal jerry city base the laws. There's no problems experiencing gang violence because of those maniacs. Yeah so you know. It's so this breed of the old nixon era and everything just they just have to die out or at the time of them dying out now. Humanity can make it past this next three and a half years where we'll be more enlightened creature hopefully on the other side. I really thought that that was should have been not to get into politics. But that should have been obama's final thing just like out outta here so i go to hawaii. Yeah because typically my guardless yeah regardless of Their specific ideology. That is the part where whoever is the president. The very end there. Like i'm gonna pardon. Everybody were popping bottles. What's legal now if you wanna touch a buffalo inappropriate leaked. Go for now. It'd be like three guys like you know. I didn't like him the first the first three years and eleven months but he really came through on that buffalo Buffalo sent out for quite some time. I tear you hear about them off flow proclamation unless you have to southern accent. Oh a genuine montana. Oh oh man you know man. I bow to knowledge of montenegro's and speaking of innings. 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11th Hour Coffee | Finding Magic In The Ordinary

Coffee Podcast by Cat & Cloud

1:09:46 hr | 3 years ago

11th Hour Coffee | Finding Magic In The Ordinary

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If you're in Santa Cruz, come on by any of the cat and cloud locations. We have it there for you. Basically. They're just doing their best to change a copy in the street. Make your. Life. More convenient with their pre portioned pre ground innovation to tell your friends. Oh, I tried to do video for like a couple of months. And then I just if you wanna work it was a lot of work to make it a little to make it the way that I wanted to 'cause we had like a few different cameras. And then it was just like I was it took so long edit. And then you gotta go like one person and then to the neck. Yeah, you're like cutting and there's so much. There's so much information. I would like to start doing it again now captivating. I mean, it's more of a sensory experience. I love it. Oh, yeah. For sure. So I'm just like, oh, yeah. I'll do fucking video anything. Yeah. But like weekly videos it's game. It's like heavy. It's heavy editing. And then like, the files are just huge. But now Carol at it's the podcast. Oh, so that's cool. We're the one that does the one in one that's Evelyn. So she's got her own thing. Very cool can wild right? That is wild. It's pretty weird. Just delegated delegating. My life away that way you can get on the visionary. I can do. I can do whatever do whatever I want you want, man. This is good. I pushed to go. Yeah. We're gonna see say something like, oh, yeah. Yeah. I can see your voice wonderful your voices coming. Through edit this at all or is it just reform. It's a little form basically give like give it to Carol. And then there's at some point in the conversation. There seems to be like this natural start just like, okay? But we keep a little of the dumb banter. And because I think that's fun. I think it's a good start and it shows character. Yeah. I was going to use that exact same word as I say, it's just character of the people that are the people that are there. That's like the one thing if I'm to like, keep anything through the social media or. Oh, yeah. The podcast or the whatever it is just keep the character the character or else, you're just like every other there. You're like, what do I do in just one of many, you're one of many, but the truth is you're very special. That's what I'm saying. Yeah. You know that you can express yourself in a special way. Oh my God. You're in zone already. This is about to be the longest conversation. We've ever going to be sick. I was I was thinking before I came to us. Like, I was like, okay, I'm going to talk to Brayden and JOL. And then I was like, I don't think I've ever talking talk to Joe for more than like, five seconds. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. And then when we sat down, I think we had like one our longest conversation was probably at the mall that one time. Probably I was like we could probably talk for a while either there or at the counter like verve like years ago. I remember the cognitive rusting. I was like so what kind of grinders what's going on here this copy guy fucking narrative? Now, what kind of grinders are best used mobile. Our best our best usable. That sounds like a survey. Check off box is your best use mobile this that or the other collecting information. You know, men, I guess it's time to tell people where we are. We're we're at eleventh hour Santa cruises. Newest addition to the specialty coffee family knew the echo echo. It's it's so real sitting here with Brayden s to be how SP SP. Okay. I wasn't sure if I pronounced that. Right. You got it sitting here with Kris Bach here. The proprietor of this. Fine establishment, you and your brother Jill Joel who is in a nightmare right there. He's inside working as owners do. So especially during the early stages early stages were he'll be I think he'll be work until like seven thirty tonight. Oh, yeah. You're opening later now. Yeah. Yeah. New hours new hours slug fresh hours in right there before we get any further. Let's plug the Throwdown that you're having. So people listen to the first ten minutes of the podcast at the beginning. Yeah. It will feel a little bit more authentic, and then at the end we'll plug it. I just want to plug it. You're having a grand opening party grand opening November tenth November ten day Zada Saturday. It's a Saturday to Saturday course, because we want you your your day off and coming out and you're doing multiple things. It's like stuck going on literally all day all day. Yeah. So the morning we're going to have some light piano bar employee's day. He's the man he's gonna do some Pinot, then I'm going to do a coffee tasting. I realized on the flyer. I put coffee cupping coffee cupping nobody knows either ways we're going to take some coffee. That'd be fine. You'll love it. And then. Throwdown Throwdown, all the coffee people show up four to seven I believe and we've got Kyle jurists DJ. He's going to bring a setup. Ace hotel. Yeah. We got me and Madison on the Mike. We're going to commentate and nice, just Hackel. Everybody that is toned down. And then is it full or the sign ups full? We got like ten more slots Sandler, slots, thirty six entrance like ten more slots. So if you guys are trying to throw down get some money, get some some pride and little gift basket, then get in there. And if you're around like the greater bay area. So we're in Santa Cruz were downtown. It'll be a fun thing to come to because you're right smack dab in the middle of downtown. It's not hard to get to even if you're ever in San Jose. And you wanna come hang out with the coffee people. Yeah. You can smash down right off the freeway, and then you can party with us all night all night. If you wanna if you wanna break off, you can go to the red room weird as you want to try to party you go right there. You can go right around the corner and have the have the best thing ever. And then we actually got a band their new band and their name is sorry. They're gonna be playing right after the Throwdown. Okay. From seven to nine get this genre. They're a lo fi hip hop jazz band. I like it already boom sold that kind of reminds me of a triggers that like a guru did those like. Jazz Mataz albums like back in the day. You just like it was like live jazz with his little monotone mellow like, I don't know. It was good exactly. I mean, I just heard there, and I was like I'll tell you exactly the vibe we're going for this is us right here. This is us just free form, you know, creativity at its finest. Well, we'll get to the shop and all the markets and stuff that you did a little bit. But let's rewind this thing like what what is your history with coffee. What was like your first? Superior driving over this morning. I was like what are we going to talk about like sourcing now? Hopefully, not I mean, we can touch on it. Let's go into the personal bio, so I got outta high school. You grew up in Santa Cruz Santa Cruz. Yeah. I grew up in South County down in app toss. Okay. Then. Then. What did I do? I went to Australia like right after high school just for fun. Well, I was going to go to college like normal high school goer, right? And then I like slowly got convinced out of it. Because my cousin came into town. I live in Australia. Too sick. The years after I graduated high school. I wish I didn't even go to college take some time. I was like I'm just gonna go take some time. Save like a couple of grand went there for like four months. Nice. Work construction there. But then I also I didn't drink. I didn't even drink coffee at the time. I didn't drink coffee until I got there. I went to Melbourne, and then went down this alley, and then he he was super into coffee. So he would just take me like down these cool or coffee bar? What did he call those things? There's a name for those allies. I don't in there. I know what you're talking about. They're not really main alley has a coffee bar. Yeah. It's amazing looking it reminds me of Italy or something it does. Because it's a talian. Like, a European San Francisco. Yeah, it's pretty cool. It makes sense. You know, I heard that their coffee scene or their Espresso scene is because of due to like heavy Italian immigration post World War Two. Wow. And that's why it's so spread. So heavy heavy who was always wanted. Like, why Australia? Why were they head of the Kurt? And that's why it's a thing. Yeah. What do they got Gloria Jean Italian? Why do you have Piccolo Piccolo? So you're wandering alleys in Australia watering alleys went out in the city is a cool city. But surprisingly, it wasn't where I decided I really wanted to work in coffee like I thought it was cool I drink Espresso. I felt really good about myself is awesome. Did you when you're drinking that Espresso were you thinking anything of it, or this is something new always thinking of something new something cool? It was like, but the I wasn't into the overall experience necessarily my exposure to it. Okay. I was into the coffee. I was in two. I mean, I guess the culture around it was was it was intriguing. Yeah. And so I went out, and I would get coffee like all the time after that. Yeah. And then so I basically that was that was just the soul searching, right? And then I came back and about a year or maybe six months after that I went on a camping trip, and then I went to like the worst coffee shop ever nice. But had the best Bob like verse. I worst shop because of its coffee, but for vibe wise, I was like what is something, you know, whatever whatever it doesn't matter so delicious, and I was like. We just been reading talking about like, what are we going to do? All right. Yeah. I'm in college. I'm doing that. I'm doing this. And I was like I'm just sitting in this coffee shop having a conversation. And this is this is how I want to spend my time. This is how I enjoy spending my time and then after I left there. We just started bringing it was me Joel and a couple of people I grew up with and we start brainstorming, and we started. We're like oh can have this have what year was this just for reference? Okay. Well park I'm twenty three. So it was when I was like just about to turn eighteen. Okay. So I don't know two thousand fourteen math. Yeah. For sure then get into it for math. That didn't get enjoyed Jared. Loves math, major loves loves math. He loves the show off his math. He's like, oh, wait if you're ever out anywhere in someone's about Poland. Yeah. He'll stop. He's like, oh, no. Whatever did I don't. I don't care about you. Everyone has the role. Moving over. No, you stay there. Also here. This is the awkward moment in the podcast is that I. Where I'm just like what is the time? Ten forty one. Carol. You're going to edit out ten forty one. Okay. Carol ten forty or maybe I'll just leave it in should leave that part of sun was just coming up at all. Is it in your eyeball now? Yes, God damn it where no not. But I think are you going to be going to be good. So you're having the best vibes ever at this random show. Yeah. I'm having the vibes that and you're like, we need to have some of these vibes. Yeah. And it wasn't necessarily that. It was like the ideal vibe that I was interested in, but it got me excited creativity or creatively. To what a vibe could be too. What a congregation bringing people to one place. Could kind of. Reap benefits from what do you think? It was about that place that felt so good. Well, or they even made you notice I I was trying to articulate that too. Because like even now I would say like if I wasn't like if I went back there. I bet it'd be like, but it was where I was at the time. And Ray like all the things that went into it. But I mean, the owner was there the food was really good. The service was good probably because it was the owner and the room was like very comfortable. There is no it was not like. Social, oh, you should socialize with people in here. You should do this in here. It was just kind of like you could sit there wasn't. I dunno cozy things like a cozy thing it was a cozy thing that didn't like invoke, computer work, but more so like, sit and talk to your Gotcha. Is this social like social place, low maintenance social elements? That's awesome. I love low maintenance social places, that's I feel like a lot of cafes of that era or good ones of that era were low maintenance social place like the first job. I ever had was for sure a low maintenance social place. Yeah. Everybody knew each other. But it wasn't a thing. You could come in and not talk to anybody. But feel comfortable that you knew everybody you have to do the rounds. And there wasn't a lot of technology going on either beat Nick like people were writing and reading and sometimes that's luck. Sometimes you create something now by lock and sometimes you can do really intentionally. Yeah. But I feel like it's kind of hard to curate that like come in here. It's low maintenance don't work on your computer, but work on something. Yeah. We want you to do. But it's still. We're not manipulated seduced. I'm not trying to tell you. You are. Do the fucking right, computer. If you want police at this point in time, when you're you're having this experience, you're brainstorming, the idea of maybe creating something of your own what what's your relationship with coffee as a product. Were you aware of like, you said, you're drinking a nice lot? Just kind of. Oh, thank you so much. We just got water delivery. Wow. Amazing. Like where you're getting a new spread. So were you thinking about not? Copy getting into cappuccinos cappuccinos. Capcom? Yeah. I didn't get into in India Espresso until I worked for probably. Okay. Yeah. I I didn't have the pallet nuance. Like, I was like cappuccino just makes me where I'm at. It's creamy and delicious. But now, I'm like only drink Espresso primarily. Yeah. I think that's the volition I drink a cappuccino like once a month or something like that. Or if I'm out of town, if I'm on vacation, it's like almost out of necessity have the chance. Yeah. It just feels it feels like a long time ago. Yeah. So anyway, so as a product. I think I think growing up I had a lot of a lot of ambition that I was really trying to funnel into something and coffee helped me kind of navigate in narrow as a product even outside of me wanting to work in coffee, right? The product itself made me want to. Br like get creative get into like really sink my teeth into something. I mean, my brain to latch onto an idea and then build upon it and before coffee, I was like I was super into skiing and play lived in Tahoe. You should check you to Britain ski videos, really? Video pro I worked at squaw. My God northstar. And when I was up there was I was came up with like all these different logo ideas. I would work the lift operator. I was a lift operator. But then boom got onto the park crew the dream of Reno my gosh, working on a working on a ski resort. That's the job you want to have. That's actually not surprising to me that you did that I could totally see them. Yeah. And so I mean that was like that was like. Kind of like I wanted to go that way I wanted to ski. But then I was like. The fantasy of it kind of faded. I guess I like the reality of me, just like hurting myself all the time. I was like I love skiing, but I kind of want to direct. My ambition somewhere else. That led to my hands, and I was coffee and my hands, and I was working the resorts. And then I started work on the logos. And so I fell in love with the the branding aspect like the like curate like the logo and the ideas on the concepts that you can kind of funnel through an entity. And the whole thing was really enticing. So you making logos before you ever thought of having a place. Yeah. Yeah. I didn't even want to have a coffee shop until like two years ago. Maybe I mean, it was always there. But it wasn't like I mean, they wanted to roast coffee, and then I wanted to and then it kept building. And then I was like actually I want to open up a shop. It'd be we can make a really cool. So you went from Australia's Tahoe after Australia. And then. Yeah. And then I would come back here for summers back here for summers getting acquainted with coffee talking about maybe doing something that had to do with coffee. But then there's this you let me know if I'm skipping ahead. You started working at verve. But you are also risking your own coffee, which one of those things happened. I okay. So the roasting actually got a job at verve specifically because I didn't have coffee experience, and I wanted coffee experience, and in my mind verb was the only place that I would want to get experience from in town. Yeah. The time just because I was the only place here really really love the coffee. And so I was already roasting. But I was roasting some pretty bad coffee or you on a popcorn Popper or up corn pop in. And then like right when I got hired is when I spent a few grand and bought that fluid air bed roaster big time big time. That's a lot of money. The big league, boys. That's that's some serious. Yes. For for regular, dude. Who was a regular twenty or them? Yes. Yes. Like, let's do this. It's going to. And that was kinda like like, even though it was very low investment for me. I was like I'm invested. Bucks is a lot when you just have like a quote unquote regular job and you live in California where it's pretty expensive. Were you living at home? I was living at home. That's awesome. Low maintenance living at home. Shout outs. Still living at home. Yeah. I wouldn't have been able to pay rent. And and do what I what I did the I would be I'd be too far under. So you bought a roaster bought a roaster, then I proceeded to try and stamp bags, and but I had bought in like plastic bags, and I was trying to like like hot press them somehow. And then it took me like three different tries of like buying from Pacific bag to like get the right ones. Just like could spent like two hundred dollars on bags. I can't use. That's fucking awesome. A really big deal the time. I was like, oh, no return, these they're like, no, I ended up with one of those bags of coffee, not the plastic ones. But I think you settled in on it was like a craft bag that was ultimately able to be stamped, right? Yes. Yeah. That's the one. Yeah. It was like. The ones that you can't eat you end up looking. Yeah. Yeah. Role in folder. I think you gave it to me when I think I came in to get coffee. It was at verve. And I think. Some coffee, and I was like, okay. Yeah. I was like, oh, did I gotta get this guy some copy. Yeah. I think when I first met you. I was like I was like oh you work at verve. Right. And you're like, no, dude. Shop down the road. I used to way back in the day where where does your brother fall? Charney or he's he's well, we've always been really close. Okay. And. Bullied mainly bring like different things to the table. And so I'm like, I'm going to do this. I'm going to do this. And then he's like, I so I started building my website this leads to like the website Bill, which is like, right, right? Bef- like midway through. Verve. Probably. Right. And so I started building the website, and I'm starting to sell online, and to sell the neighbors and stuff, and like trying to get people on subscriptions, and etc. And just trying to sell like at least twelve bags of coffee. You know? And then and then he comes in looks at my website. And he he goes to he went to Cal poly Pomona. Okay. He majoring in mechanical engineering, and so he was looking at my website, and he's done. He does a lot of stuff. So he's done like, photography architecture cab design. Yeah. He's he's a bad. And so he came in and he looked at my website. And it was like. Sucks. Terrible terrible. He's like, but I really like your idea. And I think you got something that could be worth me being involved in helping you out, and so he got involved, and then like the first thing he kinda contributed was just redoing the entire website with a new back end, and like actual commerce and making it real making it real big kids website. You can get a big kids website where you can actually navigate it and purchase an item without like wanting to tear your hair out. Yeah. That's fair. Yeah. So that was like his first contribution than the second one was he's really good at video editing. So he's he like all our Kickstarter video nice all that. And he. Basically does all the accounting. So he does like he does a lot of the payroll a lot like he does all the things that I have a hard time keeping my attention span on. That's awesome. And so we make fricken great do was he buying in that level. Like seeing just a passion for wrist and copy or your ability to sell coffee. He really liked. He liked the business. He's he really liked to entrepreneur opportunity. And he like he never felt like with roasting. I still like roast everything I think he really enjoys and sorry sorry. Sorry, speaking here, Joel. I'm not one to say what you who. You are. This is what you do. But if I was to partake in conversation about what he enjoys is the social environment. The definitely the product he believes in the product and loves the product. And I think the sense of community like just the sense of being an entrepreneur being a business owner or specifically in coffee, and the amount of people that you can meet and kind of share a community that's greater than just like you live. Where was he working when this was happening? What kind of job did he have he had a he was working for a startup in San Jose? That was. I don't know exactly what it was. But basically, it was some tech either quitting some device to like filter air. Decide what's best for grapes for why? Okay action. Oh, interesting. But it was originally for a medical purpose. Gotcha. So the classic. It was like literally like take your take your breath away on any other. But I think it would take your breath. And then it would tell you like if you had certain diseases like like certain things in your body shit. Yeah. Okay. He's gonna he's gonna listen to this. Listen to me, like, dude, you're an idiot. We'll have you could send me an Email, and we'll do full correction corner. Next time with the podcast, they'll buy crash. Yeah. Like fake news. It'll be like hashtag fake news. We're sorry. It's not our fault. So you're roasting coffee selling coffee coffee working for doing the living. The doing the dream live in the coffee dream. Yeah. And. Birth Rummy experience. But also like I got to meet so many people so cool just like the like more people in the town through coffee, the people like I made a bunch of friends from working at verve. Right. So there was massive benefits to my experience there. I really enjoyed it. It's cool to being in the social scene that revolves around the product that you're into the community that you're into because it can feel. I mean, I imagine if you're a roasting copy by yourself, and you don't have that connection through a cafe or a company you can feel like pretty alone. Yes. Which leads to my current dilemma. More on that later. But yeah, no. So being alone. It was it wasn't where I wanted to be every day. So I started really thinking about what like where do I physically? What do I want my reality to look like? And how do I feel like I'm contributing and be like have a purpose in my day to day work, and I found it harder and harder to think that being alone in a warehouse. Roasting coffee was gonna bring me what I wanted from life. Yeah. That's fair. Even though I love it. I love it more when there's people around, and I can talk to them and theory craft and yeah, talk about stuff, that's totally normal. I feel like there's a stigma around people don't want to say like, oh, I don't really like being alone in a warehouse all day, roasting coffee. But let's be real. It's not it's not the most exciting place, you could be and that's not to say that being in a Ristori isn't fun because once you grow to a certain scale and have a certain level of operation. So it's like other people in your Ristori that create a community at that Ristori. Exactly as it different. And I know what it feels like to be in that garage by yourself. Roasting stamping while I'm Roastin and then a bag in and then this eleven thirty. And I'm like y'all have I talked to anybody eight hours ten hours twelve hours rolling over on itself. All the bad thoughts. Yeah. Well, I mean, it gets intends to when you tonight, and you just like tasting beans. Oh, yeah. And then you can crunch on because I used to do that too. But then you realize suck. And then I'll try and spit, but it doesn't matter it does. And then I think of everything in terms of doses. So if you're like eighteen to twenty four grams for like a four over depending on. And like I'm thinking of how many beans like make that up. I'm like man, I'm like drinking a Cup of coffee right now at midnight. It can't be good. No. It can't be not me. I started laughing because I did the same thing. I was like this has to be at least seventeen point five grade. Yeah. At least in a Cup when I met you though, you you're resting in an you're already on this play to try to do a farmer's market. I yeah. So I like so I kinda was in a mentality of like. I really liked doing like a lot of my like, Dr was like looking at society, and where can a role be filled where it's not filled. And so I saw that. There was good shops in town not that many. But I saw there was some like not that many in terms of serving really happy. And then I saw you guys opening up, and I had the farmers market thing before before that. But I was thinking where could be filled where somewhere that could use. Craig copy, basically. And so I looked at the farmer's market. And I felt like my whole the whole by we were going for was a great place to start especially because we're young under experienced in certain areas. And basically the best way to kick start. It would be to really dive in be able to serve coffee. You know, not every day take out a massive loan and go for it when we need a little more experience. And so we went for the farmers markets, and we got into San Jose. I basically I built a drill was in Spain. He was already in. But he was in Spain with his partner now, wife and. While he was gone. I built this big heart. And basically put in the pitcher inches knock box that. And then I got a Google like this is this is like the roots at everything like working on old Google lever machine. Refurbishing it turning it would panels and metal. So that runs on propane. Yeah. Convert take where you want to convert it because some of them are in propane by default. Yeah. Yeah. But this one this one was advertised as running on gas, and then I got there to pick it up, and he was like, I guess it isn't. And so so I brought it back, and it was a total nightmare to figure out myself. But we ended up making it work headed like put in a regulator and a new burner and like. It works phenomenally it can keep up with like any rush. Like, no lose no problems with temperature pressure problems with temperature or pressure. Yeah. So. Then we took we took it to a music festival. And there was a line for like six hours, and it just was fine. That's awesome. Yeah. That's a strong burner because some of the if you will we have a manual pressure regulator. So if we ever wanted just turn up the heat super high we can crank it you can crank it a bit. Yeah. So then we got that set up. And then we like our kind of like our break in like, I was like say as a company we had a break. It was when we got into the Wednesday downtown market, which if you're in Santa Cruz area, it's amazing farmers market. It's huge. It's it's one of the best ones around. It's like there's a farmers market almost every day here. This one day of the week, we can crush it. This one's major though. And it's not hard to get into from a vendor standpoint too. Well, especially copy because there can only be one Highlander it's fucking. So real exactly. And so. So literally, I went to the like the moment that we kind of directed our attention 'cause we're at San Jose on Saturdays. And I was like driving over the hill. And I it was still get it was a great start. But then we went to the downtown market on Wednesday. And we're like dude we we need to get into this market. And then I looked around. And I was like Lewis has this Margaret don't they and then they weren't there. And I was like I'm going to call them right now, call them, and we were there like the next week. Have been doing that market for years. Yeah. Like years and years. And then the like it was just like this perfect alignment where right when we were ready to be there. We have the opportunity to be there, which is very rare. Yeah. You know for things to line up like that. I mean opportunities everywhere all the time because someone would have to drop out for you to get in exactly what you would have had not like. Oh, we just do it. Good enough. Right. Doesn't matter. Doesn't matter. Yeah. And so that was like huge in the market manager niche. He's the man he's helped us out of town. And then he got us into the west side one next and. That one's really like west is really good for exposure people knowing who we are. And what we're all about. And then is really good for actual sales because it's a morning market. And that so the west side one is the Saturday one that's the one over by like Santa Cruz. Yes. Nine to one. Okay. I rarely go over there. But that's a cool market. It's a smaller market, but it's a fun market. Yeah. It's a smaller one. But it's it's got like I mean when I say smaller, it's smaller than that one. But it's still a good site Wednesday. One is just house vendor. When was the break for you to to decide or you specifically you're racing coffee playing with the idea of a market, but you still have a regular job. You know, you're still working. Verve. So when did you decide all right? I'm going to let this go win. I saw I started working at Seabright. And it was kinda win. I had this realization I was going to work. And I was like I wasn't really excited. It wasn't like feeding me anymore. I feel like I had a ton to learn still and. I felt like the the experience had ran its course for me specifically, and then so I just decided to leave and then I ended up working landscaping to make money after that. And then every time I had time I was working on the coffee stuff. But I was doing both for a little I can say how many months but awhile allow it's only recently that I am only doing coffee. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. Recently and like. Timeframes are very elusive to me that I know like how much happened in a year. But I'm with you on that one. But you were done by the time you open this here, the brick and mortar. Yeah. When we started doing the Kickstarter is when I was basically, not working landscaping anymore. And that's what we use to do me. And Joel which is my mom's company is a landscaping company, which is basically the the experience from all that the design work landscaping design firm, and but I mean, I was. I was digging holes. But also, but also fans. And that's kind of where the inspiration for the bar, the tables the like the whole aesthetic that kind of land like how can we bring outdoors indoors? Yeah. Everyone will put this social handles in the description for this. But if you haven't seen go check out some pictures, it's like beautiful I'm going to sound like I know what I'm talking about. But I don't is it Redwood beautiful beautiful wood flake. You've got a lot of live edge. And I love the bar. It's like integrated in this it almost I mean, it's like rocks. But sealed so it almost looks like when you grind concrete down to the aggregate. But like way more chunky that was like that was the most fun part of the entire cafe was building because it was like just pure like creativity like just rocks rocks, and like piecing it altogether to be like a mosaic. And then I remember like halfway through. We were like the health department going to permit. Well, I mean, it's sealed. No, no, it's totally. It's totally legal and everything. But like we had that thought once we sealed it it's like. It will not resin. It's it's not resin. It's basically, it's just a rock sealer. Okay. Like like seeps in like a certain amount of depth into the rock. And this like solidifies Uber. Cool. I've never seen anything like it. It's nice because how you say it looks like a mosaic, but it's not as. It's really it's more Ganic than what you'd think of if you just thought about a mosaic. Yeah. Yeah. It's very good stuff. And that's like completely out of the landscaping playbook is basically like the like a walkway. Yeah. He's bluestone today together with all the work in between. And then we basically took that. But then put the bar so dig it. Yeah. It actually works really, well, especially with the lever machine to there's something very organic thing about the whole thing. So the lever the levers lake so when I got the lever. I was like I'm gonna make this. I'm gonna make this thing have a comeback because I inspired me so much 'cause I pulled when I first got up and running I pulled a couple of shots, and they tasted so good. Because I think that just the way that dissipates pressure over time, it's very forgiving. And so you don't it's it's harder to like mess up a shot. Basically, you got a couple of things. I mean, you've got basically a volume metric dosing built in for you. And then there's a whole camp of people that are like lever texture is always superior because you don't have the rotary pop. Right. So there's no pump. There's no letter or whatever, and you have just like a huge wall of water like being pushed into down starts at like nine bars, depending on the spring and then by the end until like three bar like a nice soft taper. And I saw that. He's off is. Buttery smooth buttery smooth. And it's really. Yeah. It's just it's very straightforward. Once you understand exactly how it's because it's like they're easy to understand how Espresso works. Yeah. On like, really, really nice machines. It's kinda can be really abstract like like grind size. And like all that to me was felt like. More abstract than once. I got the level. I was like it's clearly. What I'm doing is how it's turning out. It was very interesting. Yeah. I it's it's cool. And that's not the same level as a farmer's market because you still have a shot. So you have multiple every play wherever eleventh-hour is. There will be a lever you're gonna crank that soldier boy style. Yeah. Paul shot pull shot. So you're farmers marketing. Your roasting coffee. Your landscaping your brothers building websites. You're trying to sell coffee. I give credit to myself that entire cafe is basically Joel's woodworking. He's really good worker worker. It's really nice in there. And we're currently we just bought like eighteen more slabs, which we only a few right now. And so everything out here is going to be red, bud slabs. We're going to do like a nice community table for the courtyard, and then also hopefully got some for this room as well. How the hell did you get this place because real estate and Santa Cruz specifically downtown isn't the easiest thing to come by. Well, luckily, another thing aligned with Andrea who and she owns the food bounce, and she just happened to be my high school culinary arts teacher. Oh, no way. Yeah. And so. I was meeting with Andreotti just get our coffee on the shelf, and then immediately we started brainstorming on kind of like a little coffee bar, and then the coffee bar turn into a coffee shop, and we started just building off the next, and she's been amazing like just helping collaborate on really basically to collaborate to make the place thrive. So the food lounge, and you can correct me if I'm wrong, there's the courtyard that we're in back here. There's inside which there's a little bar in there. And then they have different food pop ups or restaurants that pop up from time to time and eleventh hour your places in the front of that. Yup. Connected. But also separate so if you go into the coffee shop, it's its own thing. Yup. And that was formerly a chocolate place while target was. And then they I think they switched owners, and then they went to print street, and then it was basically just like a little local grocery shop like little vocal items and food, but it wasn't really necessarily. It was kind of like just there for the time being. And then she was looking for something else to kind of go into bring a little more life because she mainly focuses on public and private events. So if you are trying to get a public or private event definitely hit the job. But then we came in. And now, we've just been miniature we stay in line with communication and making sure we're on the same page about the overall vision of the space and. And it's still unfolding. What was the biggest challenge? Going from strictly. Farmers markets to moving into brick and mortar. Yeah. I mean, I think the hardest part to be honest was building everything while we were doing the Kickstarter. So we were like woodworking, and then we'll do markets two days a week. And then we would also be trying to fund this Kickstarter that we liked it a video for and and we were like sending emails shooting tax, and everyone we know like posting on Facebook and. Yeah. Kickstarter is a heavy thing. Kickstarter is heavy heavy load. It's a lot of work. Yeah. And it's it feels almost weird sometimes when we did ours. I was just like I really don't like asking people for money, it just feels strange to me, I didn't necessarily like the experience either. But like at the end of the day, I can get behind like like, they are basically purchasing a product for a little bit with a little donation. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. There's a trade involved just treat of the whole thing of, but you have to promote it so aggressively or just dies. Yeah. So shameless rankings on it all the time. So were just like on the podcast. We're on Instagram. We're on the thing. We're like you said sitting out emails, and I'm just I hate I really don't like selling things. I really it's just not part of my DNA. I'm like cool eight something where people are just like. Yeah. I want to they want to like that. I'm going to be with those people. Here in front of now. Yes. So have this coffee right here, you should buy you should take this. This is what you need Email you next week. Don't worry all end up in your inbox all over again. So I mean, unless you raise you raise twenty grand. That's awesome. That's so killer. Yeah. It was. It was insane. I we only pulled it off because of the farmers markets. Just the amount of people we had exposure to and. That we're willing to support us the farmers markets, very wholesome community. People are definitely looking out for you. So we had a lot of people that are working at the farmer's markets that helped us out family friends. And then I think it was the people that had no idea who we are. That's kind of the people that sent us to be able to actually fund it. Yeah. So along with the getting the funding for the whole thing. There's this big x factor of having more employees than yourself and your brother how did how did that work crew challenge? Who's the first higher? What was that process? Like. I I was Naomi which was one of our friends. Okay. We I live in a community on app toss with about twenty people really like. Yeah. Like is it like a tannery kind of thing? No, no. That just going community. So we have like a garden, and okay, it's out in three and a half acres. And there's like different different buildings on the property and the kid. Yeah. There's like twenty of us, and we have meetings in potlucks and stuff. No shit. Yeah. So that has given me a lot of experience with with the whole hiring thing speaking of just from mainly from a communication standpoint. And and how to navigate. Basically leading people as well as like the dynamic of leader and follower and respect. When I am a follower when I'm a leader. And. Yeah, so that was very crucial for me to be able to navigate hiring people. And like how to go about it? What kind of intentions to set when I am hiring, and creating a culture. No, no. I'm like, I'm actually thinking I'm listening to what you're saying simultaneously trying to picture the community that you live in the same. It's pretty awesome. Plus shaved on a blog. I know we should have logged we'll have to log again. Well, you know, really gonna do is. We'll do a community coffee blog definitely come into the Throwdown and definitely gonna bring a camera. So people will definitely get a taste of what's going on here in the context of a raging Latino art. Party which will be I'm not even sure about that. I'll show. That's just your face. Okay. Yeah. We'll figure it out later. That I mean employees are the weirdest thing ever. I mean, I remember when when we first had our orientation the first one, I basically was having a panic attack that night. Oh my gosh. Oh, my. All these people, and I don't know at my up to it should be like, oh, God as the biggest struggle from your friend, or you're not their friend. Are you there boss? Are you strict are you flexible, and then can I be myself is that okay? Is it? I just have my own personality. And can we have a mad respect for all humans? No matter what role playing that's been like a two year. Evolution for me. Which I feel like I'm just starting to settle in where I feel. Okay. Acting like myself, right? And I'm just Chris. I'm not Chris Bach. I I'm not under of captain cloud. I'm just this dude. I'm just this guy on a microphone myself. How many people do you have? Now, we got like twelve. Oh, that's gnarly. It's crazy. And we have we have an awesome crew. Awesome. And the only reason it's awesome is because we've had like it's been a slow like not not like all right? We're open like zero to open like a regular coffee shop, and it's like hire a bunch of people. So we had like kind of first wave second wave third wave and some people came, and then the people that it was the right for them have stayed the people that wasn't the best thing for them at the time went on to do other things, and then, but that's slow build of like the right person and the right person then like bringing people in now, there's actually something to be a part of has opposed to like that midway start up where it's like are we part of something like what is this end? So we actually do we we coined this new way of interviewing I hate group interviews, but I like that you can gain the perspective of all the people that work for you. When you're bringing someone in. So we do we do. Group interview speed dating. Like five of us five people that are interviewing and you just go around five minutes each and everyone gets to meet each person. And then it's for them to know, whether they want to work here as well. Are you in the mix of that? And then also someone survey to me, Joel. And then we got like Madison and whoever's on that day like whoever can show up for it. Madison's a mainstay. I see her a lot. Yeah. She's she's our cafes supervisor. And the only one right now. And she is she's awesome. She's like super creative coming up with ideas. All the time for the cafe, she she may she's the one that made our daily grind book. So we have Taylor grind. It's called on. We have a book, and you open it up. And it's like I question. How are you feeling? And then you you dial in in the morning, and then you document it. Okay. Right. Like notes and has like the power wheels. So it's just like a nice little way to kind of push yourself to get your tasting notes. A little more dialed or kind of build upon it through just experience about actually thinking about it. That's cool. It's a moment of intention -ality draws your attention in exactly it allows you to notch passive dial in exactly very passive. You're not even thinking about it. And then it also can drop you into yourself. Like, that's why the first question is like where am I feeling? Going pretty bad, especially Espresso, tastes horrible. Okay. There's a correlation there. It's not an accident. So real or or feeling really bad espressos amazing. Because it made them feel so much better. That's real that's going to be a real. I want to drink that shot when the person feels bad, but the coffee then to me, it's going to taste really really good. Yeah. Totally so employs. Yeah. Employees. You have twelve of them. Yeah. That's bananas. I could be wrong on that. But what is because I talked to people all the time an unrealistic number of people right in. I just can't believe it. They're writing in. They want open a cafe, they don't know anything about it. And they just want to know how does it work? What do you do like, how do you have employees? And I'm just don't even feel like I know. I'm just like, I don't I don't really know. I know dude. I was looking at you. And I was like. Like how is that? You got like thirty seven thirty seven people working for you guys. Yeah. All I can say is that the scale a lot of dynamics the scale is this right now where we're at actually feels a lot less intense to me than when we had seven on opening day. Oh my God. Because of what you're talking about. So where that the culture can kind of feed into itself, and you have people that you trust to kind of do their own thing. You know? I mean, we hire people that have never met before. And if you would've told me that two years ago, I would have been like really stressed out about that. I don't know, man. How are we going personals? Right. Like, but and that's that's just like how can we build strategies to know of it's right because some people interview, and if you interview one on one they're just telling you what you want to hear right? And so it's like not very telling and I can understand why they're telling me what what I want to hear. But how can we invoke the interviewee to be like do I want to work here? Yes. You know, because if you don't I don't want to hire you that's almost the main factor is if you want to work here, let's work. This is a great match. Yeah. It's interesting for people to. Yeah. That cultural fit thing is a really really big thing and figuring out some sort of framework to where if Tanner and Kristen interview someone and they approve someone that would be the same person that Jared and Charles, and I would be like cool with and. Yeah. Thought about people you hired hiring people. Yeah. Because I don't you know, we get employs. And I'm like, oh, cool. Somebody hired you. That's awesome. Great. And I feel I totally walked into avid square one time. And I saw you like meeting somebody, and I was thinking I think he just met a new hire. Yeah. Yeah. I've done that. I did that a couple of times that it was especially there's a couple of people that work downtown that do the big shift that I are kind of like these co hires between us and companion because they do they do prep are part of our staff. Like, basically, we hire everybody there. Okay. Anybody that's customer facing downtown is our employees. But they're a couple people that are like on campaign and staff that our only backup house that do bake stuff. Gotcha. So they're still part of that team. But they never times weird. You they call the pastries and everything they're just not everything. So there's no bread being made there. It's some country some of the sandwiches some of the stuff the bulk of the actual pastry. Like, heavy duty pastries still comes from companion proper. And then the other stuff gets baked off. They're just it's just enough to have. Presence for the bake shop and allow its have that feeling of oh, I can smell cookies being made. And that makes me happy or whatever. Yeah. That's cool to have big goods baked right there. Those kinds of it's almost like it's a showpiece. And it's like a feel good thing and it adds to the level. It's like how we talked about having the roaster in the shop. It's just like. Oh, cool. I can see it. I can see something happening here. That's more than just, you know. Reality. I think is good when you. More reality here for more reality simulation. You know, more reality dot com. Go ahead and visit us it's our new business venture. No big deal. What we're out of coffee. But yeah, the direct correlation swear, what's the vibe? But okay. What do you got? I was browsing your your website, not cool, dude. I know I know cool and. I was reading the tagline. And I thought it was it made me laugh as cool as like ethical stain -able self-indulgent at all when I came up with this. I was so I was like this is this is going to be the thing. It's ethical intentional self-indulgent self-indulgence. Yeah. What is that? Even hit me with that. I wanted to because we get this question all the time like. Are you guys fair trade, organic are you got you? So our response about as we're ethical. So we take ethics as a base to how we source our copy as well as quality. But I didn't put ethical quality. Intentional. So whatever we're doing. Whether it's the cafe like certain nuances of the cafe that it's like has every little thing usually has an intention, so like the leban- machine or the rock work the woodwork or has an intention to set a Bob or create quality or like, we're doing it on purpose, basically, and the self indulgent is in it for ourselves like we did this because we want to open a coffee shop we'd like being in a coffee shop. And like as well as we hope that extends to other people. It's not like a basis of selfishness. Yeah. But the thought that everything is based in selfishness, and we're doing it out of our own wants and desires. Yeah. I thought that was amazing. I thought it was great to see someone say that because service industry stuff or anything works two ways. Like right in order to have something be viable, you have to create something that other people want to partake in. But pretending that it's not for you. Also is just ridiculous because it is it is for you. It's totally for you. And the only way that it's going to be spur someone else. Like, do you want to walk into a place, and you don't want to be there? Like what's happening internally? Usually is what kind of goes out to what people experience externally like if world stoked, and we're doing this for us. Then people are going to be stoked and want as a part of it. That's so. Yeah. That's so funny that with you everybody has to go look at the website because it's funny because there's a picture of you and Bill. You got this face. And you're like, hey, the point. The point like, so so that's one thing is we need update. Our website for sure. So busy with everything we need to update that. But yeah, the tagline I think it came out that like right before we open the coffee shop and there's something else on their. I'm blanking ahead of written down that you guys are using as a little tagline that I thought was awesome as well. It's like three or four words. Where is it? It's it's everywhere. Oh, awareness expression. Oh, it's different. Oh my gosh. I'm totally. Handcrafted established twenty seventeen. This was it. I really go. Find magic in the ordinary find the magic and magic in the Orlando Magic in the ordinary. Yeah. So that definitely that was like early I wrote that like a long time ago. And I was when I would just like stay up at night just like thinking of ideas and find magic in the ordinary. I like that. Right. I like that a lot especially in a setting like this to where a cafe is something that most people come in every day ordinary. It's it's so like part of your your copy routine. It's something that you do every day. It's not like a quote unquote, special occasion where it's cooler have an anniversary. We're gonna go to fancy dinner or like, but maybe if you could find some magic in the ordinary everyday. Yeah. I mean like that kind of stems into like. Just being grateful being grateful forever experience. You have every day, and like somebody curing such an experience for you as to enjoy tasty, Espresso and a good vibe. Is extremely magical like being human is quite complex and to get to the point of black. Hey, all this is going on just have an Espresso and sit down and enjoy this. It's kind of like a relationship you have with a loved one. Where if you're if you have a partner, whatever you see them every day you live with them. And I don't think that should make it any less special even more special normal. It's the same concept. Totally right. You're totally right. It's like it's the repetition by going to the coffee shop for like, I'm waking up next to my partner. Like, we're having breakfast or whatever where you can get lost. And like, oh, this is just like another mundane day, or it's an extremely magical day because you're alive having breakfast with your person you love. Yeah. Or a coffee that you love or it's this beautiful. I've been trying to get my mindset into because sometimes it feels like it's really busy and just reframing things and the idea of. Getting into things instead of getting through things because a lot of times. You're owning a business. You're like, okay. I gotta get through this. I gotta do this. I gotta get through this thing. And I'm like, no I'm talking through getting through shit. Like, I don't wanna get. I wanna get into something. In here right now life, I'm doing this. Yeah. This is your life get into it. So I gotta get through the podcast today. It's like now I'm going to get into the podcast get into into it. Yeah. Not getting through it or getting out of it. I'm trying to get into as much, and that's something me enjoyment. Talking a lot about because we're workload is an all time high. And it's like nothing's gonna stop. It's all like, we get through it. And then like, we don't work anymore. Like, that's not why we do this. That's the thing. There's no end. There's no there's no means to an end, even if this shop closed down, and you decided you never wanted to make coffee again like there's something else didn't end these starter still doing something news escaping. Here. We go making more rock formations. Thanks. Yeah. And so it's it's reframing. Your mindset of what story are you telling yourself? You know, are you telling yourself, let's get through it. Or do you know that every day is just gonna be another day? And you're gonna have another set of workload. And think organization really helps with that organization helps it mental framing helps. I just read the base camp book, and they advocate for what they call a calm workspace and home com. Yeah, they have a lot of a lot of examples of as in their company to create this idea of calm and some of it's about managing your time. Well, some of it's about realizing that there's not a whole lot of real what you would call a -mergency is. And how you treat your time. How you treat each other's time. I it's it's a good read. I I recommend it. They just dropped it. I would get into it. You know? And and it's. I don't know what it was going to say. Oh, yeah. I do before like before I came here. Like, there's a sense. I always have to like ground myself, depending on what I'm going to be doing. So even before I came to the I was thinking. Yeah, I'm doing the podcast tomorrow. And then I started like there's no need to analyze the, you know, when I show up is when it will begin. Yeah. Exactly. Yeah. That's so hard to do so hard. And so when when you got when especially when I have so many other stories in my head. I'm like, okay. Well, like like an event is really good for me. Like having an okay, we're doing the podcast the grand opening is happening because then I can just be a little more present. Like, I have something to be present for. Yeah. Then just like kind of trying to rush through things sometimes which I hate doing. I hate like got to go. Gotta finish this seal these bags got. Yeah. It feels like you're never there. Yeah. Totally it's anyway, it's what what do you think is next for for eleventh hour. Well, we got big things big things coming up that. I'm very excited about on that note of grounding is us opening up the rosta story hopefully in the copy shop. Yeah, we got a Dietrich IRA twelve took out a big boy loan. How much is that thing? If you don't mind me asking no worries. Yeah, transparency it is fifty five thousand that seems about the going rate for I think looked into your guys. Is you guys use this in Franciscan? Yeah. Yeah. San Franciscans are like I think there's like a little bit cheaper. But not much. It's a little bit cheaper in ours is a little bit more because you can. Like the doodads onto it or whatever the flippy flu. Yeah. Is that is that fifty five with after burner with phone after winner? Awesome everything. Yeah. That's good. Yeah. Yeah. I think that like having the Rowe street up. So we'll be roasting so much as well as like feeling more grounded, and like we got a team there's systems in place and systems can be executed as opposed to like getting it off the ground. What's your batch size? Now like, what are you resting on now like five pounds by town? Yeah. And so I'll get a little bit less than that out. You know, like twenty percent less and then get your take. Give us your loss. People. And so, yeah, I'm roast a lot, and we can't really pick up any like too, many more wholesale until we get the rest of the up and up and running. And so we are super excited that's to be excited and. That is like our main focus so that finishing the cafe. And then once all done, it's still won't end. But still on will be a little bit more like solid. Yeah. And you have. A couple awesome accounts. Most notably year at the abbey and town, which is an amazing account to have. Yes, it really is. That has been. So amazing for us for the cafe actually as well as just wholesaling them coffee, and they have like they have a Super Bowl like team over there. It's kind of a small team, but they're all like like a little family. That's pretty cool. Yeah. I mean, they're they're an established part of their community. Yeah. Yeah. And then like a lot of students go there, which is called. I got the exposure. Yeah. Does that make the people in the cafe are you saying it's good for the cafe does it just make them feel like they're part of a bigger family. No, it's more. It's good for the cafe just because of the exposure of that many people knowing oh, we serve eleventh-hour coffee exist. Right. That we have a shop near here. Real thing that do exist. Exactly. But yeah, that's basically the most notable. And then we have like a small accounted tannery. And cafe dumber at every now and again. No, nice, Fred. Yeah. Fred good old. Fred Fred, so mellow Fritz chill. He's like the most guy on earth. He's also. Here. Yeah. And we're we. We do we finish in Florida where we are. We finished employees. I think we're we're in the future. Now, we are in the future. We're we're getting we're getting in there to it. I'm excited for you guys. I mean, it's it's so exciting. I mean, you're jolt or the new or Joel is older. He is so bad with number. We don't have we don't have to claim him. You're both really young in the whole scheme of things, which is awesome ever since I met you. You've had this drive to do something. It seemed like even when you were roasting coffee and didn't know what else was happening. It was just like it's cool to see that motivation. And I think you should that. It's empowering for a lot of people in. Seeing people like Evan, and yes, it's just I don't know. Dude, Evans, the man he came into work the farmers market with us one day. He's the guy. You guys. Make me jealous. It's great. Earlier so late in the game. No. But you guys have been putting so much work and contributed so much to the growth of in my mind, what you contribute from a podcast or from a company perspective is just shared information, which I think is the most crucial thing to empower people that do wanna do something. Thank you. Yeah. We try having information. So that people can skip the line. If you get all the information without having to directly go to a class or go to like, the internet is the most amazing contribution to eleventh hour coffee ever there's things out there. Yeah. There's there's things. Wanna learn math? There's PD. There's the you want to be as good at math as Jair you can do it with flash cards. So I think. So I think that that's something that we hold. Extremely valuable as shared information from the perspective of maybe externally people viewing this podcast or canton, cloud, Instagram, or whatever other other medium or internal shared information, which I think is very crucial to people feeling like their role is they have information about what the roles are. And their role is significant and they do contribute. And you're so well spoken. It's ridiculous. It's amazing. I love this, man. This is great. Where do where do people find you? If they wanna find you do social shoutout. Oh, yeah. Instagram eleventh hour coffee, I don't do any personal Instagram. So I don't even my name's Braden. You can you can think about me night, really. You can noble there will be a limited amount of content on that. But yeah, eleventh-hour coffee on on. We really only post on Instagram as a business and Facebook. But that's about it. Eleventh hour coffee dot com. Yeah. Coffee, or whatever. Yeah. Eleventh eleventh-hour coffee spell out dot com, and we do subscriptions. We do by the bag. We do. Primarily on a website as low as well as if you guys just want to buy a world about and read stuff read stuff about coffee and people and whatnot. And then one more time with the Throwdown Throwdown. Yeah. So the Throwdown is November tenth Saturday events all day. There will be a full bar Throwdown is going to be in the courtyard on the cart. There's going to be commentators DJ's live music. It's going to be a hit me agree time come out if you want to be involved in your community get to know, some people. Yeah. That's the main purpose of the event is to just bring people together. And we are a part of this bigger larger community of Santa Cruz county. And we don't all congregate that often. Come on in. Well, do you. Thanks for chatting. Yeah. Was super six. Yeah. This like I think like an hour day. I think over an hour for sure. Dude. One hour ten minutes. Wow. Minus through all that. You are. You're something. You're champion champion. Can't call podcast. Great house. Great. All for nothing for something. But can't cloud copy podcast is brought to you by Wilbur Curtis. They make coffee brewers ever heard of him. You haven't you should they're awesome, family owned company. They're here in California power facility with solar power, which I hear that's like a new thing to progressive due to best thing about Curtis in my humble opinion. 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Barstool Rundown - March 12, 2019

Barstool Rundown

32:44 min | 2 years ago

Barstool Rundown - March 12, 2019

"Yeah. It's that it's the rundown. It's. March twelfth year off it is Tuesday as wad you buy points bet. New Jersey's premium sports. You get a free fifty dollar bonus bet to risk free bets on use the code barstool again that one traditional up to five hundred one point that wager up to five hundred. That's if you team wins. So you bet a dollar in your team wins by five you five bucks. Multiply by the loss. And this case if I did the points bet which I didn't they God on the game. I have going right now, which I wasn't a bet, Dan. You can miss me the bet. Well. What is watch watch back? I said you need to be okay. All right finals wash back because I said, you need to be active in March massive one at a time, and you come up, and you're like, I got four ways you're retired. What you I've been retired since I have not placed the bet since Sunday. Dave we have a livestream. We have to do the Morrow we've alive should we have to do Thursday. We have a livestream. If you Friday, we're all. Yeah. We're saws this Thursday. That's interesting three doing three live streams you have to back three weeks ago. I'll fucking I like do you guys. I like northeastern. Peterhof every game. Well, I know. I know I know. All right. Tommy, Tommy sitting on his land. Look Tommy look at zoo o'clock. This'll already told me they'll know tell me real quick is Georgia Tech Notre Dame Notre Dame which. Well, no there was up. When you. The fucking game. Right. That he's gonna bet Georgia Tech. Folks. You will see this. You will know if Davis back or not he can't afford another loss timing one at a time. I do. Yeah. Thank you. Let's look at the grass is greener. He's god. This wasn't a points bet because this Notre Dame Georgia Tech. And I started betting the unders because like I've lost hair straight over on. If I lose all the time. And I just switched unders smart person. Do this game. It's forty eight to thirty two with a minute to go. The first of the first half. Total was fifty five. Dave. Oh, man. That's. Over by fifty. Georgia Tech and out sixteen stars. Just remember we're just a speck in the. Not laughing. Hopefully, people that that one hundred or more any big ten Pac twelve spreads get three dollars. Everything their team. It's three if you did this on Notre Dame, you'd be rich and they see game. They haven't missed and we're doing livestream tomorrow. Thursday and Friday lecture chair in the afternoons three or four on a parallel. You get your state refunded up to one hundred dollars bonus bets. Join us. Join points bet just Fadace fifty points. Fifty Notre Dame? One retired. Notre Dame is going to cover the first. I've over them seven score hundred points in this game. I'm gonna take in the second half. What do you think about that? You can't script this to be blown out. And I mean blown out. Blown out. I just a speculative back in the. The time what happened to one now. Now now what one times before now now to get back. I don't know. I don't know. Needed this. This is bad. It's three you right now. Bev because like motions really not even sparking it's bad. Because like March madness is out. I haven't the buzz in this Tommy who do you like you like Georgia? Westbrook onto a fight. He's telling a dude there's going to fuck him up for real and fuck as wife up. Israel and wild on it. It's an it comes out turns guys seems to be a racist. He's like Jonker go back to where you came from hashtag Magna. Now. Everyone firmly less you raise is on Westbrook side. I will say one thing. I guess what defense. They get on your knees where you belong young young man and his wife into stands told me to get in on my knees I used to and for me to ashes completely disrespectful to me. I think racial, I think it's just inappropriate innocence of. There was no pretension for the players. So it's not racist. That's homophobic. I thought he he said he thought it was very, that's homophobic. Yeah. Both that. Yeah. I mean, I get that's what I saw dick. But maybe whatever the case may be the guy's clearly and Astle I will say. Oh boy. No, no. I just don't think. I would. I'd like to believe nobody could get me. If I was like, a pro athlete. This is Russ in like the thing H Utah. I've heard that Utah has. Raciness out there. I would not fuck with Russell Westbrook, though. I mean, he's a guy not to be trifled. Well, I'm sure it went fuck with them. And it's like an easy fucks. You're right. Yeah. You're right. Dave like Russell Westbrook. Now the script is out. You can get tools total the kid got him the other day. Well, that was totally that kids. You cannot talk and the guy is a total asshole. Clearly, but in scheme of what you'd expect he yelled at a basketball game sume shit all the time. I think I would I get say Russ in the wrong. But you're pro athlete, I brush off that would be my take probably he's just crazy. What's a lot? That purpose asked me what the first half, total was was the first half total. Notre Dame's rigidity and six Yikes. Yeah. Not just one Notre Dame. Not yet. Yeah. Total I have salon. June one here. So I have Georgia Tech in the under. All right ensures have endgame a lot of basketball. That's why they play too. Passing mathematically lost the over. Yes. You can't win unless. Again. Yeah. Unless we hold Georgia northern nobody's ever. Doesn't score any more points whatsoever. Chance to maybe win both. It's tough Lardy is bad spot. It's just this store. Is there a chance that proportionately? He's in a worst bought the new now Davis router. It's gone moment. I dunno shows. No money talking. We did you ask him for some money. And we were just shooting the shit like what he's like, what's that you've ever place? I its biggest bad. He he's a he's made one of those faces. Sell him Samir. When when when when a moment that happens, do you ever knew like retired in and they forced the forced it's on my throat, watch it bad. You have to back. He can't afford another loss timing one at a time. If it was one of the time wasn't wasn't wet. Is it gets so dire? That we're not like joking about it on the past that now, but we're still we are still. I don't think I'm laughing. His bet like you're still. I he's in. He's scared me. Because once the number gets so big Kevin. It's not even RIA a harder to lose four ways like ins with who. Since I came up here. Four way, honestly, I came up here. And I just looked at anti just in this. I know you had the other three Georgia Tech fifty. Okay. So Notre Dame their seven game losing streak. They've scored six points a game scored fifty two in the first half. How can you? Explain that stuff. That's insane. They averaged sixty game, and they have double. No wrong seven in. They have fifty two in the first half. How is that not wrong? But this is how to go you have to go reverse of everything just happened because what Notre Dame just did is awesome. So you gotta bet. Georgia Tech in the second half. I'll let it ride. There's this thing on becky's gonna Bryan Strang, and Felicity Huffman, the Huffman they are bribing colleges to get their kids into schools. I totally understand that you could pay like, I don't know. If I read this someone paid millions of dollars six million dollars, by the way, becky's what makes us the way because everyone fucking loves on the prettiest woman who ever live. But. Her. Was it Felicity hussmann's kids who were like they faked going to crew at USC? Yeah. Joe if your kids, I'm not downgrading you see that is not Harvard. Hundred grand to go to just like jetsam. See, you know, who else get got kinda scot-free. Here's fluidity huffman's married to William H Macy. He's not in. He's not he wasn't named in any of this shit. It's pretty nice. I have no problem, Brian who fucking cares. They did the SAT's to there's a whole this guy had a fucking scheme when he had an SAT like factory in West Hollywood. You would just he had a guy who could you could name the score. You could be like I want fifteen ten boomed put it in. That's yeah. And they would pay to charity. I think it caught by the way, I think this guy flipped the mastermind so you can pay to charity, and then they would get SAT score. Then they'd get you admitted as like, I mean, what happens though, how how much Ristori Laughlin think it's mail fraud ship. Why those male, but tears go to go to school? Who cares? The other. Million dollars. It's the biggest thing is if your kid is is an idiot. Shithead kid going to school is not going to change a worse. They're going to come out being in idiot should. Well, pantley Francis told me that it's just impossible to get into college. Now, just like period, I believe. The heart is like Harvard now foreign kids are coming over. And they're all super smart, and it's just like impossible. I would like to find I would pay one million dollars to find the person who paid six million dollars. Because I think I could scheme that person at five minutes to move. Here's another Dave thing. What I'm thinking parcel university. I like that. Yeah. That's always kind of been in the works. No, not that. I think or someone is gold, but we don't get the money. Yeah. This is you do a porn for gold. I'll do it. We don't don't say. Like, this is like the rougher down. You know, I will say. I want your sex. All state if I clear my dad, how much would you charge for? I think this is the move. Yeah. I don't know if you wanna watch forty mush FOX. I watched the important. No brain do. GMT? Right. But I mean, do you think that you could make the money? Dynasty me. Kidding me? Everybody wants to watch sex tapes. What's the worst? They say the worship about me. All right. He may sex tape. Who cares? You got out of debt? If you fuck. Yeah. Yeah. Probably stunt cock. The he's got all the. All real. If someone gives me how many I mean. A million cash. That's a lot. No, military not-i'm. So you go almost give you a check and do the right way. I have to net. Guess what? There's no taxes and gambling regularly. I need. We need. How many? Five one point seven. I think he could get problem. People to pay for it. So I'm not gonna do it on like. Yeah. Eating people signed up. I. Yeah. And then once you hit it. I get the moose. Go fund me, go funding for sex Tate. These. You do it consistently become just become Cam girl to do it like every week. Not even a one. You look into selling your feet Amazon wishlist, and you're very funny guy for million cash. You know, I think he would. But I think you could I think you're underestimating fucking cast off my shoulders popout. I'd rather have sex throw punch my shoulders ground, right? Like cash, I'll do anything for million cash at this point. All right. That's good to know. I really. I really think we can figure this out off a finger for a million out that would hurt. Okay. Such as Donna move on. So he's I don't care. What does? I know for like, what did you let some of these haters do something to you like what if you let me negative? Yeah. Right. It'll be like fighting shows. I be injured. Right. You don't wanna get hurt? Right. So no pain can't have any pain. No. I mean. Oh. Could someone punch me his stomach? Yeah. Yeah. Philly. Yeah. Philly got Houdini. I know that's how we need. But that was sucker punch. You didn't know it was coming. Here's the thing. No matter what you decide isn't this technically like borstal money like wouldn't turn and be like our money. I'm making this very clear. Yeah. One million dollars cash. What you do not agree with Peter where you're going to get the million. I don't think. So I think if we made a statement would be more money. Interesting question, you bring up they're always the push pull that we run into here. But this is the part of the company because always one of those things it's like parcels, not the sex. Like, no matter what could offer they would like it. We don't want. Yeah. That's true. That's a fair point. He did whatever business. No foreign game. Well, we are now. We weren't in this morning. The boxing. Oh, no. Also is a perfect example like she works here. But we weren't like, hey, make a point for the we need like brasow like offer you a contract like. Contract. They usually do that kind of a Fouquet's trying to go viral, but they do offer contract. And it's usually one now. Three tape deal. One was what was. If you let me ten listen why what is it why? Because there's a difference. Because then you're like, a porn star, Kim, she. What one point? So you think that it's more valuable to just do one so one what about you? Chechen rigid. Can I say something about it? I don't have to. I just put a pillow on my head. He's gone into full Casey radio territory. We ask all sorts of questions. Don't want to bring it up. Easiest thing. You know, they pay like the double for gay porn timeout. You're saying I can lay on my bed. I headed uphill. On your back. On your back. So I wanna be no, no, I couldn't look. Okay. I'm just lay down boom done million books. Actually, pretty easy. Yeah. How about all? Right. You can close your. No, no, no, no face up face down. Nice nice pair of glasses on a teacher teacher face. Brought you by Feuerbach's nine will be diagnosed with prostate cancer. We're working with Choco chance to raise awareness and help. L chocolate channel one spices little. Order in video or photographs yourself attempting to eat it trust us as insanely probably won't be able to finish to raise a hundred K and Frago boxes. Don't know. We're trying to raise a million box. So Jaakko challenged over. He's right. It's bras would have to come in and give one. They will net me one meal. I will do it. I think you're talking about a three point contract. Well, I'm not one point one one. Oh match. Forever. Like you. You are slave that you have to make. What? No magic. The big sausage pizza guy. I mean, there's some crossover potential here. One might. That is it someone gets to take one buddy. A dick. I would definitely be the name of the porno. Yeah. Yeah. Oh, yeah. Shit. So stephen. I was gonna say the rest is run down. Forget it Gillette. Say there's a twenty five percent chance. Like Abrazos knows out there. I agree. I'm telling you net me one million in. Yeah. Yeah. That's true. No one. More than a million like we we make a profit. So you do some crazy shit. We have a crazy video were we need five. Thank you very much on like who would want to watch me. Fuck them. Like people wanna watch. They literally watch you walk to work as diff I know a lot of. The best part about it would be Dave acting voice. Hey. Get your everywhere. Never fucking money. Really acting Koby. Verse delays interviews interviews today. When you lose your progenitor. What's the craziest thing you've done Stephen is being bus. Big taxi. I'm here. This. Oh, Stephen Koby coli today. Coli mc. Coating me. Accurate. That's what city. Every damn word, the Egypt quoted me say. Absolutely true. Okay. On day and said used them, you know, he loves me into some of the things that I say I want to point about audio all hours of the day. A few hours in the day battle for rent. So Stephen A, he started this thing. I I caught one of it yesterday because some guy from Yahoo looks like he's eight years old and just out of college. Basically, there's this like the Celtics are struggling because Gordon Hayward is white people feel bad is honestly, the dumbest take I've ever ever ever heard. It makes no sense. I'm Gordon Hayward was a universal superstar everybody wanted. I've heard like oh, Boston fans. Cheered him. So yeah, we choose Durant. We chaired like the guy on New Orleans. We want good players anyways. Coli talked about it. Good blog, Stephen dressed it in the show and actually Steven one over everybody. Because like I kinda like barstool Bosh to sports actually like those guys sometimes. Most people say. Amen to that. I think even though the take ridiculous. Yes. And he said, he's eight. Eight twenty some some Kohli said, he's horny all the time. He's like only worn some of the time. Hours in the day. Just not allows. So he played along with basic. Yeah. It was great. Yeah. Very good. From y'all who I I want to blog that kids the worst human. I don't know who this is this this is all crazy. I looked them up. Any honestly looks like he'd be an intern. I'm real how he has a call on Yahoo which as relevancy to what? This take like the Celtics started Gordon Hayward because we felt bad for him. I mean, he was supposed to be like one of our best players. It's insane. I don't understand what it's very odd. We have just real quick since we've got a lot of topics but F A bar. He they said he was gonna jets and then he's like, wait a minute. I forgot the jets were I'm out. I mean has Louis what? Yeah. Pretty much. What am I doing? The jets also gave Levy on a old tomato. See that. Yeah. They had them. The deadline gets plan. You better. Give us the decisions. Okay. Never mind. Never nude. Jets are joke Conor McGregor arrested again in Miami. Come out a live. There's no video of it was while I guess it'd be who took a fans phone smashed it, then stomped it to pieces got arrested went to jail. I don't know what this guy's doing in. Here comes the champ champ. And we talked about this a little. I'm shocked down didn't seem like a big deal. So thoughts Robbie I know you defend him at all costs. I don't know. Well, I think is pretty defense defendable this you do. I hope the cameras got that they know. Joe it is hard to stop. Yeah. Joan. That what why do things defendable? Well, I just see this guy being an asshole. Conor mcgregor? Come out of live at five. AM people are gonna take your pictures. I guess yeah. I'm just saying I wonder what you know, if it was just like snap a picture, maybe all up in your face. And you said like, we stop, and he didn't know. Phone shouldn't had a case on us lucky. I said to him and fizz like a a week earlier. He's like the port and how did that still probation? So smart enough way to smash them. So how many cellphones do you think he wanted to smash if you've smashed one you've probably want to smash golly. What? Actually, a few videos of him come close to smack and phones out of hands in the past. I'll tell you how you do it. He's not doing it. Right up told the storm yelling ties was Super Bowl mean Caleb. We saw Bieber in. I'm like, let's get his picture. So I snuck pulled in next to Bieber walking club Caleb as a camera guy is secure guys took his through it across the room. Just took it off his throat. Yeah. So you need a camera. Throw guy is not you could do it can do four Conrad cameras. Cameras outset about it should have somebody else stopping it. Because then that that people have. Yeah. We don't know that this is even a true story though. Because if he smashed the phone, how did the guy call the cops. That true fair point good point. You're saying good point having about sounds like a sound defence Miami April tenth court. This is Blackhawks chick sucking dick in the background, very funny point out. But she sucked the fuck out the moment. She realizes. Full camera. Yeah. Unlike aggressive, and I keep hearing about this Blackhawks over I haven't touched that it's stable. Do belly will lost on Sunday hit again last night. It's been thirty one twenty five much. What's the halftime line here, sixty nine under three and a half, Georgia Tech? Sixty nine good under. I think it's going to hit. Yeah. I have to do that quick. Well, it's already starting. So yeah, I lost all that. I can use it in. That's definitely going to hit now before a hundred percent this guy. This is a little bit confusing story. So a guy frighten Google if you take down my YouTube account, I'm driving to Google beat Google up. So you've put a couple of baseball bats three to be exact in trunk and start driving across the country from Maine to Google to beat up Google now. My question is is he confused because isn't Google and YouTube is at the same company. Okay. So then that makes sense to seeing that fight. Yeah. Him verse Koogle? Yeah. Yeah. Like who do you fight? That's kind of like when I went to Twitter get I was just like verify just go. Smashing robots? Yeah. He didn't make it there though. I wonder what I'll forward it yet. I will that's on that. Really not get all the way. There you go karting told over really what? Yeah. What are you don't even know is account was also says what you get pulled over and used rat on your son? Well, somebody new because they alerted Google up this crazy persons come to beat. You. Oughta alley licensed, very funny mugshot. That looks like a guy was to try to fight Google zipping right along I I've been meeting the blog this I used to blogs all time, but a million kids from Delaware have been like, you gotta talk about this talk about this Delaware big party school on the police in Newark near Delaware institute. Basically a new rule which says if you have more than three people together they can just hit with a five hundred dollar fine. Basically. For any reason you have to be alone. Someone we live in a house with twelve. So at any point they could walk in be like go, it doesn't matter. If you're drinking doesn't matter. It is it basically this isn't forbade them. But it's pretty much what the law says if we think there's any issue at all when you have more than three people we can give you a five hundred dollar fine doesn't go on your record. It's almost like Newport. They're like that noise violation. I don't know how you can just make up laws like this. That's wild. What? Yeah. I don't know what they've been getting out of control the the communities mad about partying. So the police created this this thing she's little you probably can't do that. But like who's gonna like? Stop the police cages arrests are gonna like cops show up with four cops. Like, you people you reverse citizens, right? There may be giving the answer autumn. Yeah. We're on the right? This is crazy. Mitt Romney birthday Senate Romney, singing, happy birthday, the twinkie cake. He's blowing out the which I don't hate the twenty cake, by the way, I will buy its Wiki almost anytime. I see twinkie and have one bite and throw it away like. You don't see twinkies often extinct? Extinct so bad for you. But I see it. And then I craved the taste. I take one bite toss it. I don't even get to the cream. Aren't they host clips proof? It's the one surviving. A bite of the pound cake types. It is always moist than it's great delicious. What do we think of him blowing the candles out one by one fantastic? What are you guys gonna have? This. All wishes I'm doing. Paceman? No real uniform. You're kidding. Look at. Wow plan ahead of heaven had breakfast, yet is a robot the whole scene malpractice. The whole CIA office weird. He was so excited for birthday cake. Get your birthday, dude. Because that's I mean that is what? Okay. So it was weird up until he said I'm making a wish for each one. That's kind of like. What he was like he's got himself like fifteen wish how remove it's March you need that. I didn't see that coming at all. I knew somebody said you watched the way he does it. It's weird. I thought he was going to blow it out his hand. I couldn't I couldn't even imagine doing also germaphobe thing. Probably. Well, that's what I thought. It was you don't wanna spit on the cake talk about Paul remember when instill debatable. When people like Hillary's alien all these politicians, not really human. He's a robot. So you hear Berkeley, and you go into like whatever's been program take the Kent that's close last one my guy. Ballot. Check what on. That one of them was laying on Dong straw. He looks like it's like George Sanders lift some right over. Away. The fact he's just doing this in the middle like the height of free agency. And it doesn't matter like doesn't matter. The patriots will be wherever they have to be everyone's running around scrambling jets getting embarrassed on national scale. He's just so that ass all over the place. I love it show Bill. All right, long run down. That's rundown. Browsers get the porn run. Wherever known I'm reaching out to us right now. We're gonna make this happen. Someone's got what's the most girl? I don't know. I didn't even think about them said you live. Video. Just jerk myself. They call it doing jerk off instruction. I want to watch. You're telling them his goal. I actually think the rage. A honestly, it's the easiest flow. Yeah. That would definitely would like you've never forever. Hit by like bird poop. Already compartmentalizing. I love it. Spins on except. It's giant plot guy coming on you. But whatever I don't know this is range as I am big j I dunno. Yes. Bad for you street cred. I think most people be like yo JJ came on your back. They would do be. Yes. Face down on a million dollars. Yeah. It'd be like did you you'll it's crazy? Fifty two. Sixty game. That's way, crazy that. I mean, that's what raging does though he makes people rich. I actually don't think it would want to it. Well, he would have to cut. I don't care about anybody else. Cut care out. My.

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Los eventos, pieza clave en la recuperacin del turismo

Podcast RadioViajera

09:05 min | 10 months ago

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YouTube Censors Vaccine Passport Criticism

In the News with Mike Dakkak

09:12 min | 3 months ago

YouTube Censors Vaccine Passport Criticism

"I doing folks. Mike with you with today's update as you know i've been covering the story coming out of the osce. Orange county california where You know at first glance people might think that this is a local story when in fact it is a national story just masquerading as a local story has got a little bit of everything. That's got corruption by public officials. It's got this covid vaccine nonsense. It's got the covid pandemic nonsense. The lockdown nonsense. The mask wearing. It's got money coming in from the federal government going into local governments where nobody really knows where it's going it's got contempt for the voters and now it's even got abuse by three letter agencies which i'll be talking more about in the coming days. It also has a pretty bad case of censorship. i was speaking today with john. Spur operas who is a former journalist and a now filmmaker retired now as a filmmaker who created a video covering the the protests on the vaccine passports out there in orange county california and the videos got banned by youtube for violating its medical misinformation policy. I'll let john explain exactly how it came about. The story i get was sound sluts. Showed up at at santa ana california support a supervisor's meaning. They're considering a proposal to require or allow businesses to require a digital vaccine passport. And and and so. I did a couple of stories and they pan won all the van. The first story. I did on it. And they said it highlighted their medical misinformation and a week later i a story in orange county california school board where they are protesting. They want kids. Go back to school with no masks. And they said it's don't have now that's very little risk for children. You know the numbers are this. That thing had they not to you know i had nurses speaking. About what the rumors were you know. They also violate our policy. And they said if i have two more isolations in the next ninety days on paying for life right but in on the after the second violation i was dead for posting anything for a week right. So that's Same i you know. Basically at the ministry of truth deciding what you know what you know. what do you wanna. What's what's allowed so not only. Were they not speaking about the vaccine is there was some people in the crowd speaking against vaccines in general but the protests in orange county are really about is objection to the vaccine passport system but the way that officials are fighting. That criticism is trying to conflated with being anti vaccine. They're also trying to conflate it with being insurrectionists john who is working these days on a project about critical race theory which says that braces the prism through which every issue in the country has to be viewed through from mathematics. The racial justice to social justice to business practices. He's been working on a project that's going to put together videos to educate parents across the country on the dangerous of critical race theory. He's had parents coming up to him. Parents of all races by the way saying that their kids are coming home from school were critical race. Theory is taught saying that black kids couldn't play with white kids in the school yard now had to sit on separate sides of the classroom to do things separately and again this is the whole myth of progressivism taking us forward when in actuality it's taking backward and john spoke about how they go about implementing these policies of there's through sleight of hand and more importantly sleight of language will seek and dishonesty all with all looks from fao to the board of supervisors all around the country whether it's vaccines or it's critical race. Theory and in the board of supervisors here they end arch county. They you know they were discussing this digital vaccine passport and so people got up in arms around so being renamed the program right and so when people would call and say what this digital vaccine can that right so the it's another name a critical race theory at all. We don't do that well. They and they have all the programs from critical ristori in the schools. You know all around the country but we don't call it that long. We don't do that but but look at the content. They just changed the name. Has you know was when when when you have that happening. You'll know they know they're being dishonest. D- you know. They know something the public us not want and so they repackage it with another name. They just give it another name. They play this game of names. This game of language which is why they're sticklers for language. The globalist they try to control language. Because when you controlled language you control what gets done. You control activity. You control life. Want you to listen to an extended clip here From john about what he says about the state of journalism in our country today is journalist of over forty years much. Have a listen to what he has to say about that now. My last official job is journalists. Had sexually employed was hit. Wjla in washington dc. Okay obvious i was a financial Personal finance economics business reporter for ten years on the air tonight at least two stories and up i did that. Threw the until like eighty nine. I got out of it. I it was just you know it just before i would have to talk about a president penis among other things so i can't imagine on the white house on that bullet. You gotta just fine. I mean just. Just the even when i was in. Td at the it got so slap happy talk. Yeah so sensational. Basically i characterized as this. In the old days. People used to run away. Join the circus. Run away and they join. That's you know that's just too much of that now it's gotten to be advocacy journalism it's unless advocacy narrative advocate for. You know who wants to wants. Nobody wants to argue about advocating for safe toys. Tell you that. I understand that. I was a consumer reporter to and so you know you did stories about unsafe things that that's that's the old fashioned muckraking from hundred and some years. It's all about narrative building now which is what we've been talking about. You know these people who are controlling these narratives. They know exactly what they're doing. We've spoken about this many many times. It's not that they're dumb. It's that they know what they're doing. It's that it's all deliberate. Hesitate to Frame arguments in terms of good and evil but actions. That they are taking is the are deliberate effect. They are trying to erect a surveillance state on the basis of a pandemic that has been shown by now. Evidence has been brought forth by even they that that these numbers are not worthy of the labeled pandemic they do not justify what is being done and yet when you speak out against it you are censored you are shut down and now the important thing to take away from this. Is that the requirements for being. Shut down the basis the cheese on which you are being shut down as ever widening a couple of months ago. You couldn't talk about the vaccines now. You can't talk about vaccine passports. Where are we going to be a year from now or two years from now. The list of forbidden words and topics is going to be a mile long. I just wanted to thank. John's parabolas for joining us today. Telling us his story. That's our update for today. Thanks for tuning in. We'll see next time till next time. Take care of yourselves and each other.

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Gamifying Crypto Trading | Altcoin Fantasy | Cynthia Huang Interview (2020)

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

08:24 min | 1 year ago

Gamifying Crypto Trading | Altcoin Fantasy | Cynthia Huang Interview (2020)

"The show I've got with us the lovely suit the CEO and found all coins fantasy which basically Jonathan Guishan for trade is right. Yeah exactly I love the major so nice to meet you. Thank you so much for having me as I'm so glad to meet you. Look let's do this one. It's all about how we are a trading simulation game and what we know is in the space was trading was really exciting for people and that was how they were coming into crypto but at the same time in in two thousand eighteen online money and so we had this interest by also this high risk and so we wanted to bridge the two so fun and easy for people to learn by the end game where they can practice and learn trading comfortably Ristori because it's simulated and the best part is at the win real prizes actually trading with it right so there's no risk okay. Okay I need to understand this concept BETTA. Clearly there's no no ranks guy can win trip to exactly what what surprised polls means at least five hundred dollars. US every week but often more because we were partners in the giveaway really really surprises. Like crypto membership Ed's trading vouchers to so many different things. How long full so we saw Twenty eighteen so right after the crash perfect timing underway and it was great though because it was you know because there was the noise and you know the bad projects had gone away we had to build and so it was great. We got to meet amazing people who were just really interested in adoption wanted to push it industries Ford and building project and so We started last year. And just it's been a crazy crazy ride amazing house adoption being going to you. Guys I mean have you got a bunch of us on each other. Oh yeah so. They play against each other. You know. In our main competitions we have about anywhere from touted as many as thirty thousand will compete. Yes we have over one hundred fifty thousand players on our site and then and They could be one again. One which is pretty cool. And then we're building engaged more game modes of that. It's even more social interactive challenge. You actually challenge drew. I I feel like I gotta get bragging rights like did you know. I beat trader. Doing so in these one on one talk told Ob- Bob Plying for the for the fun of it is it price and that sort of practice to get ready for the next one. No so you know. Obviously you get bragging Bryce but we do give away Points basically or sometimes real cryptos because more make it because I think that's a missing pieces You know you have these demo Komo count on exchanges but one. It's not fun you're playing against yourself and boring. But also there's no feedback BLU ray. There's no reward them so that's what we're trying to do people love Games like the gaming industry has become so here using survey on their phones. So we think that's really the way into people's hearts big industry cannabis in China. So you're kind of got China. China three big ones right now with the award combined together bringing off any device actually smoking cannabis take place in the. US would not at all in the trailer pop camera. I'm hoping so what else is going on. Obviously the guys running and products mark. You've got a hundred and fifty thousand measure supplies. Sounds like it's really tighten off. How do you go when he goes just make more plays big applies to add? So you're definitely that obviously we're always focusing on growing as and just our main focus though is really driving adoptions. Because what's happening is there's a lot of focus on the technology and of course that's really the backbone of blockchain it's going to the technology is going to change architecture adjourn how we do things. I think. There's this huge lack of focus on consumers right because you have US amazing technology who's GonNa use it and so you need to get people to interested in it and that's what we're trying to do is drive adoption fun ways that people even outside of the training trader. You're interested you WANNA keep coming. You WanNa get learning so there's entertainment value which I think how we're GONNA get into adoption simulating the markets. Like I want to understand. The Guy saw it often simulation type thing. Yeah exactly so you know you're training and real time basically so what we do. Is We use real orderbook. PRICES REAL MARKET DATA SO ZAD AD is real time pricing were trading. You know minute to minute You get the same experience as if you're trading on an exchange risk losing your life savings. It doesn't play is coming for the voice but is there any age and much more accessible so we have a global user base. We actually have at least one user every single country around the world which is pretty cool so Two hundred countries. There's only officially one hundred ninety five. Five hundred ninety seven recognized but We have basically someone from everywhere here. You're focusing on because there's more often the boss genuinely wanting to actually all over. Our user base is primarily North America America Europe and Asia and I think Asia because there's just so much excitement from people about the spades what token do because you have people who traditionally have it might add You know we hear from our using all the time we're so excited because it's getting give us you know more financial freedom that we've never been able to have before and that's just really cool. We're really excited. Because we can see part of that and give people an opportunity to start learning and trading and no. Can you imagine someone wins from dough from us. They go onto the exchange age and they make much now all of a sudden they put their job. Like this is so amazing. You know that's the same thing that you guys are trying to do things. I love the way you're doing it because you bring people in through. It's it's basically like I don't know what I'm doing. Well they're gonNA try the you don't have the money to try their education more popular than how are you empowering people to learn how to do the trading with real money on so we have content. You know we have articles. Hockey though CRYPTO. Ah Chain or just very simple. Concept of our focus is on people who are very new to the space. So you don't have the technical background you don't understand anything techy. You can still understand. Because it's very simple plain language actually partners point market cap do some content which we're really excited about but we also have video series and of course you know we're hoping to help work with you rise to your content on our platform because you guys are doing really awesome. Thanks I love the free resources that you have and of course like you know you. We'll have such an experienced background and training and that's all right anything anything else that's happening to speak off the off to that I'm gonNa tell him what a good. Yeah so One thing. That's very very exciting for us. Coming up data dash and I are are doing H.. Harry trading competition. Oh yes so how this works is that we're going to have prizes for the competition. We're hoping to attract many people as possible to help and make donations and there were also the Laura partners to give donations. Because you know I think traditionally the the messaging around has been there's scammers are bad actors in the space but you know we want to change that we want to help people want to the world and I need to start seeing more of that. So we're GONNA start with that first annual training competition so hopefully we get tons up tons of people come in nations and play and learn just top of is more about the project then so think of this competition so even you can visit us at all quite fast dot com or on all social. Media's just look us up all point zero. I'm on twitter and Lincoln so feel free to reach out to me and then you you ever have any questions. Please shoot us a message and we're happy to respond to try and help you so much. John's CEO so you know what's going to have a fantastic day.

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Respiratory Distress in the Pediatric Patient

Ten Minute Medic

09:11 min | 1 year ago

Respiratory Distress in the Pediatric Patient

"Welcome to the ten minute medic. The podcast for busy paramedic students. This podcast takes one medical subject and explosives for a maximum axum ten minutes. Here's your host Dr Bill Young. Welcome to the ten minutes host Dr Bill Young before we beginning presentation. I WanNa take a moment to thank you for taking the time to listen to this. PODCAST is over the publication of this episode. We have over three hundred fifty followers and in two thousand thousand in nineteen just a little more than thirty two thousand downloads. That is awesome and I just want to say thank you. I'd also like to know what topics makes. You liked it here in twenty twenty. Please visit our facebook. Page the ten minute medic- let us know what you would like to hear in this. The final podcast two thousand and nineteen. We'll take a look at the recognition respiratory distress and failure respiratory distress encompasses both breathing too fast as walls too slow to maintain retain life. It's important to paramedic be able to recognize entreat both simple and complex admirable respiratory conditions in infants and children children as we stated earlier podcasts positive responsibilities treatments is often quite dramatic. It's quite common that a good outcome is seen after a risk where risks I would not so much a cardiac arrest. You will improve the chances of Rauch by being able to identify early at your assessment respiratory distress in the pediatric patient Shen and aggressively treated briefly review. The physiology of Vittori System Immolation about the adults and the pediatric patient is an active process. Ross both intercostal muscles and the diaphragm contract thereby lowering the pressure inside the lungs somewhere between three to five millimeters of mercury because of this lower pressure is compared to the outside atmospheric pressure. Air Rochas in gas exchange takes place in the which are covered by multiple strands of capillaries is because the gas in the Alveoli Lawrence high oxygen and according to the law of Diffusion Ostra will move out of the lungs and attached to the hemoglobin ago because of blood capillaries is high in carbon dioxide. The reversal happened with that. Carbon Dioxide is expelled to the air when the patient sales The metabolic rate pediatric patients is about fifty percent higher than that of an adult as a result. Pasha can have a much more rapid onset in the pediatric the education then the adult four are still nations present. According to the American Heart Association axios defined as a decreased arterial oxygen saturation zachery detected by pulse luxury or direct measurement of oxygen saturation in an arterial blood gas sample in our assessment of patients as we. Julie consider how `bout exist the pulse. Ox is less than ninety four percent. Now all we're looking at issues of Pasha. We must know the difference between how Park Samia Tastes. You have parts you as we said earlier. How does having a pulse ox? Symmetry of less than ninety four percent tissue have actually occurs when a particular region the body where it could be the body as a whole does not have an adequate oxygen supply. It's important to remember that is not the same thing as tissue hypoxia you nor does have always lead to tissue partial one. Good example of this is the patient who has a chronic condition with the amount of oxygen in the blood is low over a long period of time such as may be seen in the adult. COPD patient body may respond with a condition known as polycythemia. Yeah this is an increase of red blood cells help to maintain the oxygen content of the body by an increase in the amount of hemoglobin available. Let's take a look at hyper Arbia or an increase in the amount of carbon dioxide in the body. It's important to remember that when your patients hydrocarbon. The dilatory process is inadequate. It's also important to remember that. Carbon Dioxide is not a bad guy here just a byproduct of metabolise. Let's like everything else in life though too much. Carbon Dioxide can lead to robs any increase carbon dioxide will increase as doses. In your patient the most common bodily reaction to this is an increased respiratory rate the increased rate and depth occurs in attempt to blow off the excess carbon dioxide. After a while the child becomes so fatigued with this effort of breathing that he begins become sleepy at this point respiratory failure is just a few moments away with potential for respiratory arrest being very high a decrease in the patients love of consciousness. Office is an important symptom that clues you into an inadequate Villa Tori effort. The pediatric patients often go from being very anxious and educated to becoming. I mean very quiet sleepy. And just a few moments other symptoms that may occur with this condition include nasal flaring as wells retraction of the intercostal muscles there is a difference between respiratory distress and respiratory failure respiratory distress is often marked by an increased breathing rate as well as a greater effort in work. Breathe new your patient. Restaurants air comes about as those compensatory make noodles began to fail. Lead to inadequate oxygenation inadequate ventilation In respiratory distress your patient may be agitated Wallin failure. They may become very lethargic and sleepy the pediatric patient Ristori failures often preceded by respiratory distress. But not is important to keep this amount. When you're assessing the chop some of the symptoms of respiratory distress included an increased respiratory rate diminish bristles especially in the distant ally an increased heart rate a low pulse ox and the potential for cyanosis? Now keep in mind that cyanosis lakeside. And she should not wait. Until its appearance. Before you begin to take your patients nations respiratory status very seriously signs of respiratory failure include extreme tech in cardiac followed by Brand Cardi. Your patient may exhibit dangerously usually low pulse ox symmetry level. You'll often see them begin to Bob Their head or act as if they're going to sleep this point they're becoming exhausted new must act quickly quickly respiratory failures life reading state that requires aggressive intervision. The part of the paramedic or else it will deteriorate cardiac arrest as we discussed earlier. Aggressive intervention on your part is needed to prevent the child from Progressive Cardiac arrest if the child is conscious and responsive allowing them him to determine their position of comfort will help ensure by narrowing the child's not able to maintain their own airway. Use the head Tilt Chin lift. Open it in the event of of a potential spinal cord injury you should use the jaw thrust maneuver keep in mind that just method of opening the airways difficult to maintain for long periods of time. Do the strain to places is on your failures from pushing the jaw forward. Consider the use of an advanced airway curse there is in the airway suction it until it's clear important that you remember a couple of things about sectioning. I when you're applying such thing you're decreasing the amount of air available to the patient. The normal circumstances this would not lead the major problem. But you're dealing with child so this is anything but normal secondly prolonged section and can lead to braddock harding for child who's teetering between green risk for distress and failure bread at Kearney could be disastrous provide oxygen. And make sure it's possible that it's humidifier humidifier oxygen. It'll help decrease the inflammation in the bronchial tree as well. As break-up secretions found. They're making it easier for the child to cough up use the Bravo. Dial later such as bureau all right petroleum misstated the dosing regimen for albuterol two point. Five milligrams beat nebulizer if the weight is less than twenty kilograms and five milligrams if wait is greater than twenty kilograms if your administrative petroleum gives zero point two five to zero point. Five milligrams realized this fails be prepared. Appeared to begin assistant. And the patient's ventilation via bag valve mass. What's the patient's heart? Radio will's original. Give vascular access savage. As soon as you can't especially especially if you suspect that your patients potential risk for cardiac arrest came for a child in respiratory distress or failures. How schrafft's begin to prepare now for this low frequency Quincy Hi Cutie Emergency About Practicing Airway techniques mannequins infrequently reviewing the appropriate treatment protocols? Don't be afraid to refer to pocket walking guides. Should you need thanks for listening to the ten minute medic in our next episode. We'll take a look at the treatment of shock in the pediatric patient. Just a heads up. This will be a multi episode offering. Thanks again for listening.

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The SBC And Resolution 9  Prescribing Truth Podcast Episode 66

Prescribing Truth

27:45 min | 2 years ago

The SBC And Resolution 9 Prescribing Truth Podcast Episode 66

"Welcome back. Everybody to prescribe in truth Jamal, banning the one who sees it. It should be the truth that adopted prescribes to the church in the world today on I am live on YouTube. I go live, every Sunday on Lord willing, six PM eastern time, but you also listen to podcast on various podcast apps including attuned Stitcher radio Google play. If you light to contact you could do so by emailing me and prescribe dot truth Djamil dot com, or call me at eight oh, one nine eight hundred sixty three thirty three what I want to get into today. His what's been the buzz around evangelical ISM and everything else. And it's for good reason, is of the southern Baptist convention's resolution nine on critical race theory. Man, I was, you know, it's funny how things kinda show up to me, how see things when I'm on the internet and whatnot. The first thing I saw was, there was a debate between Dwight mckissick and Thom Lasko, or whether or not women should preaching a pool pit. And so I realized that it was going on in this other at this convention, but then realizing that they had this resolution nine on critical race theory. Now, I'm going to come on eventually probably sometime this week and I want to do a review of the. The cross examination of that debate, our very interesting. I love how Tom handle himself in that debate was beautiful, but I want to do a review of it just that portion of it. I'm not that to go anything against Thomson. It just reiterate some things, but those who may wash his channel may not be familiar with those gentlemen. So that's what I plan to do this week. So stay tuned for that. In the meantime, between time I wanted to take the time to go over a resolution on for all my listeners of those who watch YouTube. I'm going to be pulling it up also put link in a description, as well, if you'd like to pull up yourself and check it out. But that's we're going to do. You want to read through it. This is this is still rarely fresh fresh to me. And so as I'm reading this, you will be getting my raw emotion. My raw feeling towards this thing. So none of this is rehearsing how I feel about this as, if you've watched his content on his channel for leanings of time, you pretty much know why staying because aren't in critical race theory. And those who push it, and everything else, I've done videos with Martin Luther King, and it's also fourth in their stances, and all that kind of stuff. So is pretty clear westbound is I don't think is good. I'm think it's beneficial for the church and everything else. Well, I think this was Luciano's you know, not on it is it has some problems on my per people say, and I was going by what I heard because of this right now. That. Is dangerous and has become very dangerous. And I've seen JD hall on his podcast. He was clearly high about this as jumping today's, let's go into this right now. All right. So you should see this of, it's a southern Baptist convention's website, and you see title resolution dying on critical, Wright's theory, and intersection, -ality. Yeah. Intersection, if you're not familiar just on a basic sense, especially if you have any number of. How does upon yourself that you could say it? You're in a certain group, that's supposed supposedly victims. So like, if you're black, that's one thing in the self within, if you're woman. That's another thing if you're gay, or lesbian, whatever. That's another thing you know, not still. Have you are black woman and gay day? You light super in the area of intersection out of the if you're black woman, your double it. If you're black, Dan. That's good. But if you're, you know, white man, or white woman, you know, pretty much privilege says that's basically what it goes in on. Let's just a simple note of it not going deep to be anyway, if you'll see this now you already probably reading ahead and all that kind of stuff. So for those who are listening on podcast, absent and the such I'm gonna read it off. And you're gonna go through this together and express mind concerns. So this would have says that whereas concerns have been raised by some evangelical over the use of frameworks such as critical race. Theory and intersection -ality. Yes. Yes. Not just concerns like grave concerns. Because Sundays, because this has been causing division for years in our churches, where there were piece where was peace now there's division, bear strife, as bitterness all these things based off this theory. And it s interesting that this is a airy not fact theory, you know, in people are using it, make it as if it is so true note, I you know, is funny to me how we've high. So we but how people have bought into this, especially Christians have bought into this. So that was that, so says concerns have been raised by some evangelical overuse of frameworks, such as critical race theory, and intersex analogy. And it recently intersection allergies because the, the way people make it seem, as, if you don't have a voice unless you fall into these categories like you don't have anything to say nothing credible to say, unless you accept these categories is being meaniful meaningful categories or your party's categories. You know, and this is all worldly. Guys got do that with us. He doesn't knows determine who has more of a voice based on their gender their race or if or if Mississippi and all that stuff like that is whatever is just whatever is true. And it says and whereas critical race theory is a set of analytical tools. Check that out critical race theory is a set of analytical tools that explain how race has. Has and continues to function in society. And intersection -ality is the study of how different personal characteristics, overlap and inform once experience, you know, critically theory to be called in analytical tool is like, don't founding to me, it is. The second measurement of something. It's just like he's used to measure things. It's like no this, right. Here has a whole world view behind it. A whole entire philosophy behind it. The people who came up with critical race theory, weren't Christians. They have a world view that love the Lord that salt. The bible is being definable thority, and how they walked and carry themselves or even the truth certain ethnicities how to function and all those things none of them. So it's not a set of analytical tools that. I hate to say that someone is being deceitful by putting it that way. But I would wanna hope all things in my brothers in the Lord who come up with this. It had not trying to sink to be deceitful anything like that to the septa. But I think that's just implanted solve late is not an a group set of analytical tools that explain how race has and continues to function in society because you have to buy the assumption of people's hearts, because that's the thing critical race theory assumes that, that people are that the system is racist and is against you sound so for this that, that's that carries on a bunch of sumptious that has to be taken account, and you have to buy into those assumptions as fact in order to even say that, how race has and continues to function in society. I think a better answer to say how sin has and continues to function in our lives, because this is how old is come about people sin, and these people who came up with the theory. Don't look to the scriptures. Don't look to the Lord. So what are they gonna look to find something else to try to satisfy void, but it doesn't work. And NSA intersection alley is the study of how different personal cares array six overlap and inform was experience. So it was like the more intersections, you have the more the more experienced you've got to talk on his why say like you if you're basically white, man, you are the lowest of the totem pole, you ain't got nothing to say nothing credible to say because you'll have all these intersections, but where does that come from? Where's the come from what worldview is that birth in? He's not one that looks to the scriptures because it Justice is not based know whether you're done, unjustly, or not is not based on skin color, gender, or sexuality, and all those things not based on any of that justices based on God's standard of Justice, period. What is good? And what is evil? What is writing was wrong, and he determined all that way before any of this any of us came about. But this is where we come to a point where we see a disengagement from scriptures when you buy into a critical race theory, and the such. And says whereas critical race theory. And intersection Natalie have been appropriated by individuals with world views that are contrary to the Christian faith resulting in audio and methods to contradict scripture. Now when I read this, it seems to me, not once again y'all hear me as on first reading this also. That this is not. This is saying that critical race theory in self can be okay, but the people who have. No brought it in appropriated it as says are people who have different world views. So as it ain't too theory is self that's bad. That's what I'm reading disarm, reading I could be wrong around reading, guys, help me out. But what I'm seeing is that better saying that, hey, this could be okay. Once again, they caught a set of analytical tools. So say of analytical tools, but people who have different world views from Christianity have appropriated it and they're using it their methods contradict scripture. But no, the theory itself contradict scripture, if they're yourself contradict script is aware, whereas evangelical scholars who affirm the authority s officiously of scripture have employ selective insights from critical race theory. Really, what this is come with that you can't already get from just scripture. What, what, what new enlightenment comes from an intersection Natalie to understand, multifaceted social dynamics. You couldn't understand multifarious social dynamics understanding, how God created us learning how to be, how low people for them being image bearer guard. You got to understand. Well, how many intersex is they are part of to be able to really deal with the social dynamic there. Some of that is sin now. Given it in the world, not secular. Culture. LGBTQ was part of this as well. Not just, you know, people who are heterosexual, all of this better included they are part of the intersection as well. So what do you do with that, as the Baptist faith whereas the Baptist, faith and message states, all scripture is totally true in trustworthy? It reveals the principles by which God judges us, and therefore is and will remain to the end of the world, the true centre of Christian Union and the supreme standard by which all human conduct crease, and religious opinions should be tried. And whereas general revelation accounts for truthful insights found in human ideas that do not explicitly emerge from scripture, and reflects what some may turn comment. Grace about thing is something may not explicitly Mercer script, but it will be backed by it. So, yeah, I mean their ideas that narrows things we could say right at Tremaine not explicitly say, what the scriptures sufficient to deal with any idea that human might bring up. This is why. Scripted. Tell us also that our thoughts have to be held captive to the word of God. You know, saying, like there may be things that may not explicitly brought out in Texas scripture, but I guarantee description sufficient to deal with that idea, whether or not if it's been official of is not as critical race there. Whereas critical race theory. And intersection, Natalie alone are insufficient to diagnose and redress the root causes of the social ills that they identify which results from sin these analytical tools can aid in evaluating a variety of human experiences. No, no, no critical race theory says that those things alone are insufficient. No, those things that are reason why we have social ills that a reason why we have divisions. They're the reason. They're the they are the calls. They are. They are helping in tearing our churches apart. They are helping and shutting down the equal equal equal voices that we all can have concerning. What is right? And what is bad in is out of the Lord? They these things are was doing this idea is what has people say they can't worship with their fellow white balances in churches. These ideas was having people say that we shouldn't listen to anyone who doesn't agree with us in this area. This is the case this is was doing it. So no, it's not. It's not sufficient because that is not because because not sufficient alone, but it's not sufficient at all to redress the root causes of the social ills that they identify. Are you have to once again by in to the assumptions of what they should ills that these things do identify yet the buy into the assumption which result from sin yet? These analytical tools, quote unquote can aid in evaluating variety of human experiences. No. They ate and evaluating variety of Laras given by humans and their minds. That's what it does. This will does whereas scripture contains categories and prince was by which to deal with racism, poverty, sexism, injustice, and abuse that are not rooted in secular. Ideologies, so check this out and whereas scripture contains categories and principles by which to deal with racism. Right. And it scripture would call that what would call it how we, we show partiality the scripture calls showing partiality someone in this, in this instance, to be showing partiality towards someone based on necessity. So how to do it, racism, poverty, sexism, injustice, and abuse that are not rooted in secular. Ideologies, and whereas humanity is permanent primarily identified as scripture as if is bears of God now even as biblical author's address various audiences, according to characteristics, such as male and female Jew. Gentiles. Slave and free. And whereas the new covenant further unites image bearers by creating a new humanity that will one day inhabit the new creation and that the people of this new humanity, though, descended from every nation trial tongue and people are all one through the gospel of Jesus Christ. And whereas Christian says issue is not based on our differences. But instead on our common salvation in Christ the source of our truest and ultimate identity and whereas the southern Baptist convention is committed to racial reconciliation builds upon biblical presuppositions, and is committed to seeking biblical. Justice through biblical means, now therefore be it. And they go into the resolve so we'll get into them. We'll take a break, and we're getting today. Well, see nothing is if the scriptures contain the categories of principals who deal with all of these things, what do we need with critical race theory? What point is it for intersection out of the work good as any of it? But good is the division that is based that is coming upon our church because of these theories, because it is thirty manmade ideologies that aren't rooted in scripture. There are not rooted in scripture. You know, it's always like this end this end few of checks, food lines here is like, why neat wine cook? Why even see the creek Ristori as analytical tools that saying that you get insight from them from what it brings? The visuals is not good as wicked. You know, says. You know, so I don't get if you're looking for gospel tries to go in share with your loved ones, and people that, you know, it should Java with not try out these gospels tracks from five SOLAS ministries dot com. That's WWW dot file Soviets. Ministry dot com, that also gospel tracks. He got faith alone. Got Christ alone and grace alone. I mean they spent the gospel, perfectly on the Bank perfectly is very clear and to the point nine signs that people can carry and just read it really clear. So I will grab you some they're not expensive at all. And they get to you fast. I mean our order these guys they were here a couple of days. I was I was really amazed how fast he's got some. So please, if you look gospel, tracts, please, check out five SOLAS, miniatures dot com. All right. I'm gonna read the last line of the whereas then will go into resolve portion. All right. So says whereas the southern Baptist convention is committed to racial. Reconciliation built upon biblical presuppositions and is committed to seeking biblical Justice through biblical means now therefore be it resolved that the messengers to the southern Baptist convention meeting in Birmingham. Alabama of such a firm scripture as the first last insufficient authority with regards to how the church seeks to redress social ills. And we reject any conduct crease in religious opinions, which contradict scripture, and be it further resolved that critical race theory. And intersection Natalie should only be employed as analytical tools subordinate to scripture, not ask transcendent ideological frameworks. I think whoa, wait. A minute. You, you just said, you just add any was all that scripture is sufficient, is, is the first the last and sufficient authority with regard to how the church seeks to redress social ills and we reject any conduct crease religious opponents that contradict scripture. But yet critical race theory internet intersection, Natalie should only be imploded analytical tools. I know they contradict scripture, they contradict scripture, so they should be rejected. Not not employed. Now us not as a measure rejected thrown out. And says be it further resolved that the gospel of Jesus Christ alone grants the power to change people and society because he who stated on sorry, he who started a good work in. You will carry on to completion until the day of these Christ MB further that resolve that southern Baptist will carefully analyse. How the information gleaned from these tools are employed to address social dynamics. Whoa. Already said at our rating. I'm guessing going beat today a horse right now. No, no. So what outs get rid of it? You know. No, don't don't employ it, don't glean from it, don't glean from it. 'cause was would you believe me from an is nothing? That is good, beneficial helpful to the body. Look. What is done to the body so far? Look what it's done to the body so far. It is the fight at us divided us to, to the place where people are not even talking to one, another don't even wanna talk to each other. Look what it's doing to the body. No can't glean from this. Get rid of it is country. It is contradictory to scripture. He should be rejected. According to your first resolve into your first resolve lie. It should be rejected and says resolve Ambi further as all southern Baptist churches, and institutions repudiate the misuse of insights gained from critical Wright's theory. You gotta assume that our institutions that are in it. We repudiate them use use of insights gained from critical race theory intersection alley in any on biblical. Ideologies, that can be merged from their use when absolute absolute ties as a world view. And once again, and this goes this whole assumption of this is as if critical race theory in itself, and into intersection Natalie, the idea of intersection, Natalie and so forth and Nevoso is somewhat good like is good. You know, and we should embed, but there's good to get from it. It just people misuse it. People use the wrong way or people who have contrary worldview secretions, and therefore, when they use it is bad, like, no, it's started the idea. Then come from those who had Christian worldviews idea came from those who had umbilical ungodly worldviews, therefore, they are way of seeing the world in how things are going on in the world. Formed their theory, you know, sorta known it, what you going to glean from that other fact as cinema world. You have the gleaned from critic race theory can get there from the bible, you don't have to glean day that people are people are evil and into wicked. Things have wicked heart since have wicked intentions, you can get that from the scriptures so. Yeah, says BF are the resolve that we deny any philosophy or theology that fundamentally defines or defines individuals using categories identified as simple in scripture rather than the transcendent reality shared by every image bearer in divinely, affirmed distinctions to guest as them throwing out the idea that intersex natty will include LGBTQ so that they're covering their tracks with that he oh, but I would ask and on what basis it why 'cause you're, you're saying that these categories will be similar scripture, you know, so therefore umbilical in contra. Description, but yet you're buying into guy DEA to critical race theory of itself is not contrary to scripture, and the intersection addity itself in the idea behind is not contrary to scripture, so why hold to those are countries scripture yet. Let go of LGBTQ what, what, what, what? What, what, what, what basis our finally being a contradiction, it not being consistent? You know, I'm thankful that you're not doing it. But I think it's the whole thing should be thrown out. No, not just one section. So you want to buy into intersex Natalie, but dole out one section. You know, I it should we thrown out completely, and it says be further resolve that, while we denounced misuse of critical race theory, intersection, Allah, we do not deny that ethnic gender, and cultural, distinctions exist and are a gift from God that will give him. Absolute glory went on humanity gathers around his throne and worship because of the redemption accomplished by our resurrected. Lord Koo Koo. But we don't need Rooney Krueger a student. No. That I mean do we did, we really need that, though, denounce a misuse of trick race theory intersection island? We do not deny and Nick gender, cultural distinctions did not dot credits with such, I mean he created us with such right. I mean, this is all done before the foundation of the world is crucial tells us that he declared to end for the beginning. So I'm pretty sure that, that was. That's pretty much given pretty much a given only cripple Ristori for that. We don't need intersection Natalie for that. And we know it's all going to be, it's all going to bring him glory, anyway. And be a finally resolved that southern Baptist churches seek to exhibit this s Qatada, this big word from gas esque esque. S Qatada, Esca toddler, go promise in our churches in the present focusing on unity in Christ admit image, bearers and rightly celebrate a differences. And it's a termined by God in the new creation. Oh, I don't say that word a lot Bill. Eschaton catalyse. Ascot Esca toll logic go. May you trying to say that five times fast? Man, I don't know. Promise in our churches in the press. Hint by focusing on unity in Christ. Amid image bearers rightly celebrate our differences determined by God in the new creation. Y'all. We could do that without critical race theory. Man, this is crazy. So yes, this is definitely as I see it a light a light attack, but attack way, heavy heavy consequences. It's unfortunate. Was going on in SBC right now in a deal with the intersection, also while we have in this discussion as well with women passers, you know, I it's, it's, it's amazing and I'm not saying amazing in a good way. I it's just amazing his mom law. But yeah. So that's, that's it. That's, that's what we went over together. You guys like I said, I, I got the Lincoln description. You're welcome to look at it as well. And check it out. I know the people saying that this resolution wasn't is not something that's like sandstone everybody has to buy into another kind of stuff, but it just showing what is creeping in Sean was creeping in and what people are buying into. And I it's, it's, it's really sad where this is going, so yeah, so that's it guys. Thank you for checking us out if you like to reach out to make us any of this at all of you disagree. Anything like that, please contact me. Remember, you can Email me? Scribe dot truth at g my dot com or you can call me at eight oh one nine eight hundred sixty three thirty three support this ministry. Financially. Please do. So by joining me on patriot a patron dot com force last prescribed truth for only a dollar you could help this show are a whole lot. And thank you guys for those who are currently patrons. Now when I give a shout out to our brand new patron, miss Maria or Nellis. Nobody pronounce your name right for joining me. Oh, patriot. 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