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Trump Wants to Ban TikTok, NASA-SpaceX Mission Success, & Unemployment Benefits Expire Monday, August 3rd
"It's Monday August third president trump wants to ban TIKTOK. Info on the NASA spacex mission success plus unemployment benefits have expired why trump's team is interested in Biden's VP pick and more. Welcome to Rob Song, podcast where I bring you the latest Progressive News and politics and ten minutes or less I'm Robert Cunningham thank you for tuning in. Let's get informed. So president trump announced on Friday night that he wants to ban Tiktok Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said that trump would be making an announcement on these matters in the coming days he said this on Fox News Sunday morning futures where he also said that Tiktok, the Chinese owned short form video APP needs to be taken down via executive action in addition to Tiktok. Mike. POMPEO. Pointed to we chat, which is a Chinese messaging APP saying that both of these are feeding data directly to the. Chinese Communist Party quote for a long time a long time. The United States just said well goodness if we're having fun with it or if a company can make money off of it, we're going to permit that to happen president trump said enough going on the secretary of state added and we are going to fix it and so he will take action in the coming days with respect to a broad array of national security risks that are presented by software that connected to the Chinese Communist Party. Microsoft has emerged as wanting to potentially by all US operations of tiktok accents reports that trump does have a deal on his desk where Microsoft would lead acquisition of the US operations of six talk and Microsoft seems to believe that it's possible that a total separation can happen from tiktok parent company by Dance. It's important for you to understand that presidents normally can't just order a ban on individual companies like this but the fact that Tiktok has a foreign owner allows the Treasury Department to have broad. Authority over it. Now, at this point, it's unclear whether trump is going to allow Microsoft to buy it or if trump is just going to push for an all out ban, we don't know. But what we do know is that this is super weird coming just months before an election six does have one hundred, million US users, and so it is rather strange move it could alienate some I mean granted I don't know if it would make much of a difference, but it just seemed strange. NASA astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Bankin are safely on earth after a historic flight to and from the International Space Station provided by SPACEX Axios says on Saturday afternoon both astronaut splashdown into the Gulf of Mexico after about two forty, eight PM eastern time a space x vessel was able to recover both astronauts from their crew, dragon? Capsule. Hurley in bank in two month mission was the first time that people have been launched into orbit from the United States. The end of the space shuttle. Program in twenty eleven. This new move of partnering for Space Exploration, with private companies can allow NASA to act more of like a buyer instead of a provider of these services now and will free up NASA's budget to focus on things like getting people to the moon and eventually other planets in the future. In fact, NASA and SPACEX already have another trip planned this time for six months with multiple. NASA. Going up to the International Space Station, this will take place around late. September. So be on the lookout. Additional unemployment benefits of six hundred dollars per week expired on Friday July thirty first and reportedly the White House Senate. Republicans and Democrats are all know we're closer to a deal? Apparently, all sides are on board though for another twelve, hundred dollar check like was done with the cares act earlier this year the main point of disagreement is the additional unemployment benefits six hundred dollars extra. A month is what people have been receiving since the cares act was passed Democrats want to continue at that rate while Republicans want to. Bring that down to two hundred additional dollars per week while eventually moving holy to seventy percent of lost wages Republicans additionally wanted to get a one week extension on the six hundred dollars per week of additional benefits passed quickly. But the Democrats are refusing because they think that the Republicans are just GonNa. Use It as just a quick win and move on. But the Democrats are saying that they want a full robust bill. Now, the Democrats have proposed a three trillion dollar deal while the Republicans are looking to pass. A one trillion dollar deal, and as of yesterday junk Schumer the Senate Minority leader said that there were significant divisions remaining but good progress is being made quote. We made good progress. There are lots of things we are still divided on and we're not close to an agreement yet, but we are making good progress and I'm hopeful that we can get to an agreement. Now they're going to resume talks today. Okay. But do not be fooled. The Republicans are trying to place the onus here on Democrats but Democrats came. Up with a bill back in May the bill back in May like I said had a three trillion dollar price tag. It was approved by the House but then has not been voted on in the Senate and Senate Republicans want to have a one trillion dollar bill that does not do nearly enough in my opinion. So but as of right now you know who's GonNa Suffer America, the American people that are unemployed we just had on Thursday. One of the worse GDP records for quarter ever if not the worst. The percentage of GDP lost was close to thirty three percent. I hope we get a deal soon things are super hard to pass in Washington obviously, and I'm glad that the Democrats are sticking their feet in and trying to get this thing passed the Democrats are not perfect and I fear that they're going to cave too much here. But we've got to get something done because there is an eviction crisis looming we need to renew the moratorium on fictions. Now CNBC just posted a study recently that twenty two to fifty nine percent depending on the state that you live in of renters may be facing eviction as a result of the corona virus economic circumstances these numbers are horrifying and I'm sure this isn't the last time you'll be hearing about it. Trump's campaign paused ads over the weekend, which is really weird because they wanted to rebrand their messaging and new ads launching today are going to be depicting Joe Biden as a puppet of the radical left. This comes from two senior campaign officials but the most recent internal polls show that the puppet of the left's attack on Biden is going to resonate with voters and speaking personally in someone who lives in a very heavy trump territory. The this is the talking point that I've heard Oh Biden's not the problem it's. Going to be the VP you have to look out for as if Kamla Harrison. Some sort of crazy radical assuming he chooses someone like her speaking of the VP spot trump's campaign is very interested in that because the quote unquote radical left thing that they're going to be using their ads is a placeholder for whoever Joe Biden ends up picking. By the way, we will learn who Joe Biden is going to pick around on tenth multiple sources have suggested he said now he pushed back his self imposed deadline from. The first week of August to the second week and one source has said that it's going to be August tenth now. So be on the lookout here. No matter who Joe Biden picks. I think that Joe Biden is well-positioned. Of course, we all have to go out and vote that. This is not a matter of that we have to vote even if we live in California or Massachusetts or Oklahoma Even for God's sake, we have to vote for Joe Biden, but it doesn't really matter as much who he picks. Think this go around because trump's campaign is reportedly very upset that Biden doesn't have the unfavorability rating that Hillary Clinton did in two, thousand, sixteen, all of this trump at drama gotta be Biden's campaign to respond Andrew Bates. Director of rapid response said quote the American people know Joe Biden and after seven consecutive months of failed leadership during the worst possible health crisis in generations they know that our nation's capacity to join the rest of the world beating back cove nineteen has been crippled by one overriding burden donald trump. Representative James Clyburn of South Carolina said on Sunday that he believes trump is trying to put a cloud over the election and that he does not plan to leave office. If he loses Clyburn told CNN that the American people had better wake up to trump and he compared trump to Mussalini and said Russian President Vladimir Putin is akin to Hitler further representative Clyburn said quote I don't think he plans to leave the White House. He doesn't plan to have fair unfettered elections I believe that he plans to install. Himself in some kind of emergency way to continue to hold office. Now, all of this is to say everything that Clyburn is saying here means that we have to so overwhelmed the vote that trump cannot cheat. We have to force him out of office because on January twentieth at noon no matter how hard trump tries he will not be the president if we overwhelmed the vote and like Joe. Biden. So that's what we have to do. If you need help getting registered in your state, go to vote Dot Org. That's all for today. Thank you for tuning in if this show brings value. Be Sure to share it with a friend and let them know they should be listening to rob Saag podcast as well. I'll see you tomorrow. So make sure you're subscribe wherever you're listening to this so that you don't miss it have a great rest of your day.
Bernie Sanders Narrow Path, Your Stimulus Check, & White House Death Predictions Wednesday April 1, 2020
"It's Wednesday April first. What Bernie Sanders seizes a narrow path to victory how to get your corona virus stimulus check ace APP the White House's dot predictions for Covid nineteen why we all may be wearing masks soon what Maine is doing to slow the spread of Corona virus, and what president trump is doing to worsen climate change efforts. Welcome to Robson podcast for I, bring you the latest Progressive News and politics, ten minutes or less I'm Robert Cunningham. Thank you for tuning in. Let's get informed. Senator Bernie Sanders is in no rush to exit the race for the Democratic nomination for president. He appeared on late night with Seth Meyers on Monday night, and when probed on why he staying in Bernie confidently answered. We're about three hundred delegates behind Biden has twelve hundred. We have nine hundred. There is a path he then went on to add. It is admittedly a narrow path. Further than that Sanders said I would sell you, seth that there are a lot of people who are supporting me. We have a strong grassroots movement who believe that we have got to stand in order to continue the fight to make the world know that we need Medicare for all that we need to raise the minimum wage to a living wage that we need to pay family and medical leave. Joe Biden has enjoyed front runner after a massive win. South Carolina that propelled him to win a majority of the states after that including Super Tuesday's one, two and three. Wisconsin is the next state to vote on April seventh, but they are facing multiple lawsuits to delay. Most states left to vote have postponed their elections to May or June in some have even gone to mail and only like Wyoming. The IRS released new information earlier this week on what to do to get your stimulus check as quickly as possible. They say they'll be using your two thousand and nineteen tax return. If you've already filed that or two thousand eighteen, if you haven't however if you didn't file taxes for Twenty nineteen or twenty, eighteen to be eligible for the stimulus check, you have to file a simple tax return. This document will include basic information such as status number of dependence and bank information, so the government can send the money. The IRS stated low income tax payers, senior citizens social security recipients, some veterans and individuals with disabilities who are not required to follow tax return will not oh tax. As far as what type of check you'll be getting, NBC News says the following payments up to twelve hundred dollars per person with an additional five hundred dollars per child under seventeen will be made to us. Residents with social security number who earn under seventy five thousand dollars. The amount decreases by five dollars per every one hundred dollars earned after that zeroing out at ninety nine thousand dollars for married couples, the phase out ranges, one hundred fifty thousand dollars, one, hundred, ninety eight thousand dollars. President Trump said the US facing a quote very very painful. Two weeks Tuesday night or the White House press conference officials projected between one hundred thousand to two hundred forty thousand deaths from covid nineteen. The. US has more confirmed corona virus cases than any other country in the world with over one hundred eighty four thousand infections. Touching on the importance of the mandated social distancing, we're seeing across the country Dr Anthony Fauci said. We have to brace ourselves and the next several days to a week or so we're going to continue to see things. Go Up F-. Ouchi. WHO's the director of the National Institute of? Infectious Diseases went on to say. We cannot be discouraged by that because the mitigation is actually working and will work. CNBC reports that earlier Tuesday the CDC released preliminary data, showing that people with diabetes, chronic lung disease, heart, disease, or those who smoke may be at increased risk of developing severe complications death. If they get infected with the corona virus president trump said of the one hundred thousand to two hundred forty thousand death projections that they are very sobering, and when you see one hundred thousand people, and that's a minimum. Dr Anthony Fauci. The Nation's top infectious disease expert and member of trump's corona virus task force, told CNN that they are looking into community. Wide Use of masks quote the idea of getting a much more broad community, wide use of mask outside of the healthcare setting is under very active discussion at the task force the CDC. Group is looking at that very carefully. The current government advice is that most people don't necessarily need masks, so found his comments are in contrast to current governmental guidelines, and a source tells CNN that the current supply of masks wouldn't meet the ongoing demand. Public Health. Officials have been warning the public for weeks not to stockpile masks, and now some hospitals have short supplies of those same mass. Man became the latest state Tuesday to order residents to remain home. During the coronavirus pandemic, CNBC reports main joins thirty other states implements stayed home orders during the pandemic, and this mandate goes into effect at twelve o one am on April second, and will last until at least April thirtieth the order prohibits use public transportation, except for essential purposes and essential businesses must limit their customers and maintain a distance of six feet apart. Residents may leave their homes for food, medicine and exercise purposes. At this time for John Hopkins University, Ban has three hundred three cases of the coronavirus. The trump administration is trying to curb governmental efforts to fight climate change yet again. axios says the trump administration has made weakening eliminating climate policies enacted under Obama a priority over the past three years. The most recent rollback targets a twenty twelve rule that called for annual emission standards to increase by five percent per year, weakening it to one point five percent annually. Per CNN, the administration suggested Monday that the rule change would result in new cars costing approximately one thousand dollars less. Former President Obama. tweeted a rare condemnation of the Act Tuesday citing Los Angeles Times article addressing the decision quote. We've seen all too terribly. The consequences of those who denied warnings of a pandemic. We can't afford any more consequences of climate denial all of us. Especially young people have to demand better of our government at every level and vote this fall. That's offered today. Thank you for tuning in. If this show brings you value, be sure to share with a friend and let them know they should be listening as well. Sources for today's stories are in the description of this episode and your podcast APP or at Song, podcasts dot com slash episodes. Rob Song. PODCAST is ready for you every morning by six am. Tomorrow with more progressive. News and politics have a great rest of your day.
Twitter Embarrassed, Marco Rubio Disgraceful Mix-up, Election Interference Briefings Sunday, July 19th
"It's Sunday. July nineteenth twitter is embarrassed. Senator Marco Rubio's disgraceful. Mix Up who Oregon is suing. Information. On binds election. Interference briefings and more. Welcome to Rob Song podcast where I bring the latest Progressive News and politics in ten minutes or less I'm Robert Cunningham. Thank you for tuning in. Let's get informed. Twitter says they're cybersecurity. Breach Wednesday affected one hundred thirty accounts including high profile users such as Joe Biden and Kanye West. The company explained in a blog post that perpetrators downloaded data from eight of the one hundred thirty accounts that were compromised. None of these eight accounts were from an official account of public figure they say. Beyond Biden Kanye, former president Barack Obama and billionaires, Elon Musk and Jeff, bezos were victim to the cybersecurity breach which allowed hackers to tweet out a bitcoin hoax from these accounts. This tried to get users to send bitcoin payments from followers by promising to double any pledges their way in Bitcoin. Twitter has a pretty clear understanding of how this breach took place to begin with. A statement by the company reads. The attackers successfully manipulated a small number of employees and use their credentials to access twitter's internal systems, including getting through our two factor protections. As of now we know that they access tools only available to our internal support teams to target one hundred thirty twitter accounts for forty five of those accounts, the attackers were able to initiate a password reset log into the account and send tweets. Here's an example of what one of the hack messages was from Elon Musk's account. Feeling grateful doubling all payments sent to my BTC address. You send one thousand dollars I send it back two thousand dollars only doing this for the next thirty minutes. Okay, so please arm yourselves with the knowledge that this sort of thing is likely fake in almost every instance, even if it's coming from verified account. Sadly on Friday. Civil Rights, leader and American hero representative. John Lewis of Georgia died. Lewis was eight years old and had pancreatic cancer. In December of two thousand, nineteen, Louis shared the sad news of his diagnosis. Lewis is passing prompted many positive messages on social media such as Elizabeth. Warren tweeting the following. Quote John Lewis was, and always will be an American hero and champion for civil rights who inspired us to all make good trouble in the fight for justice. Rest in power. Rep. John, Lewis. Then, we have Republican Senator Marco Rubio on the other hand writing for Mashal, Alice, informed says. On Saturday Senator Marco. Rubio inserted both of his feet into his mouth with a poorly executed tribute to late civil rights legend John Lewis. What could she be referring to? You might ask well. Rubio tweeted a memorial message about John. Lewis along with a picture of Rubio beside a black lawmaker. The problem is that black lawmaker was not John Lewis. It was Elijah Cummings of Maryland. Who died last October? So besides Rubio, being an absolute buffoon, he's also horrible on policy, so if you live in Florida, please vote against him in twenty twenty two. NPR reports the Oregon Department of Justice is suing several federal agencies for civil rights, violations and state prosecutors will potentially pursue criminal charges against a federal officer who seriously injured a protester. Oregon's DOJ filed the suit late Friday, night, and it names. The US Department of Homeland Security, the US Marshall Service the US Customs and Border Protection and the Federal Protective Service. The suit was filed response to these federal agencies violation Oregon Civil Rights during protests. The suit names John Does one through ten as the identity of the officers is not known, nor is the agency affiliation Costa Lawsuit. Individuals have been detained by these officers without probable cause, so the suit does appear to be merited. State attorneys are looking for a judge to issue a temporary restraining order that would stop the unlawful. Detaining of Oregonians has told you about yesterday mark pettibone arrest by these mysterious federal officers has sparked national attention on Portland in recent days. President! Trump is tried to use this moment to criticize leaders organ for being too lenient on protesters. Friday night Joe Biden told a group of around two hundred donors that he has received intelligence briefings warned of election interference from adversaries such as Russia and China Biden. Statement of the Group touched on both of these countries saying. We know from before and I guarantee you I know now, because I now get briefings again. The Russians are still engaged in trying to de-legitimize our electoral process fact. China and others are engaged as well and activities that are designed for us to lose confidence in the outcome. What Biden is saying here makes sense, and it's totally reasonable. Given what we know about. The Russian troll forms ordered from the highest levels of Russia's government in two thousand sixteen. The main takeaway here is that we have to vote and remain wary of foreign bots on social media. I want to now look at some state national polls for the presidential election, which is only a few months away now. General election polls according to realclearpolitics DOT COM. Show Biden has a national average lead over trump of plus eight point six points. For reference at this point in two thousand Sixteen Hillary was only around plus three points over trump. That's nationally though, and we know that the electoral college favors. And the popular vote does not choose the president. So in the battleground states of Wisconsin Michigan and Pennsylvania which Hillary Clinton all lost in two thousand Sixteen Biden is up commandingly in every state. Was Constance polling average has biden at plus six points Michigan even better for Biden plus seven point seven points in Pennsylvania at Biden plus seven over trump, so all of this is just to inform and show where the state of the races without a doubt Biden is going to win the popular vote. Biden, becoming the next president is not certain. The Electoral College historically favors. Republicans and nothing is a done deal. What we need to do is visualize our vote pushing the election in our state. I, don't care if you live in California and think this thing is set in stone. Vote for Biden I don't care if you live in. and. Thank your vote doesn't matter vote for Biden. Trump is guaranteed to cry that this was a sham election. If he loses, we must overwhelm the voting booth like never before, so there can be no question. Vote for Biden this November. That's all for today. Thank you for tuning in. If this show brings you value, be sure to share it with a friend and let them know they should be listening as well. Have a great rest of your day. I'll see you next time.
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Aug 28, 2020 - Hour 3 - Would the NFL Players Boycott Too? & Aries Spears
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It'd be nice rob to have him on because you know it'll lighten up the mood obviously a lot of serious topics going on and appropriately. So I mean, this is nothing these these topics need to be discussed, but it'll be nice to have a comedian on who can. You know make things a little bit lighter for segment. Don't you think? Oh. Yeah. No doubt about it. Sometimes, you need a little levity. Sometimes. You Love Levity Nah not anymore I'm strictly life. Now Strips Down Styles at Rob Song strictly business business ep amd that's me now strictly business. No I. Want The old Rob Parker back. I want guy who thought he was funny. He wasn't funny but he thought he was funny. He. Stop. Let's get to the show I can bring him out. I can bring him out I can bring him out so you can keep fighting it all you want. But I will bring him out trust trust. As I said, we come you live from the Geico Fox Sports Radio Studios, and here we go rap. We talked about it at the top of the show is worth bringing it up again. Lebron James, along with Colin Kaepernick in very different ways but I think they're the to defining athletes this generation in terms of social activism out. I don't know how that's really debatable. Somebody drat dramatically slipping my mind. And Lebron. had been reports he was frustrated. And I've talked to people and he was frustrated with what went on with the Milwaukee Bucks not that they boycotted the game but how they did it without letting the players know. One he thought they would have been better for them to present a united front. And all of them decide together. And also this is legit. Lebron new. Also, the he's going to be the guy answering the questions. He's going to be the guy with his name attached to this boycott and not rob and I i. didn't I understood he's the face of the League but when I saw twitter people. Essentially Given Lebron credit for the boycott. I thought that was wrong and Lebron is as I said he and Colin. Kaepernick he's done more tangible things but he and Colin Kaepernick defining athletes of his generation in terms of social justice but it would not be right. To Characterize Lebron James as the leader of this boycott because it was the Milwaukee Bucks. And it was the raptors in the Celtics who talked about it I. And so but Lebron knew that he was going to be the guy had to answer the questions and he was going to have to be the one to answer to it and I i. understand this point and I think they're very valid and they make sense but I stand with the bucks that sometimes you just need to act and in acting rob as we brought up. Didn't have a plan. Muhammad Ali didn't have a plan. They just stood on conscious. They stood on principle and it has been why books yes. Yes. It doesn't everything doesn't have to be buttoned up and how it's going to look I think and if this was the Orlando Magic out of nowhere, Chris maybe you know what I mean. But this happening Wisconsin didn't right right. This is why it happened forty miles away from where where. Is Yeah. That's what that's what I'm saying in Kenosha. So this makes sense to me I wasn't like scratching my head going why Orlando Magic having a boycott do. That that would. have been out I would have respected it alone would have been. Questioned a little bit. Would you have? I don't know I I, I. Don't think I would have just. What you're saying I'm just saying. Walkie right. I'm just saying taking the lead on it. I understand why this affected the box and why they decided to do something and they weren't looking to. Get an endorsement from everybody you know other thing rob they weren't just sitting there twiddling their thumbs they were in the locker room on the phone with the Attorney General and Lieutenant Governor of the same and we've said the players we've said this before it came out. But the players have an Lebron spearheaded. This have gotten the owners to get on board at least that's what they're saying at this point with their cause and they released the League and the Players Association released a joint statement today about how the odors are going to work with the players on various initiatives. One of them being that they will use their arena's owners who have control over their arenas will use them as voting sites or if they can't quite be sites if it's too late past the deadline, they will use them for some type of. Voting? Event when it's time when the time is appropriate by for. People. Get people get them registered whatever whatever it may be but that is a concrete tangible thing that came out of this and so the bucks. The owners as we say, Mark Lazarie, the owners for the bucks got the players on the phone with those officials that shows you the power that they have they. All. In an all the sudden, the attorney general you know how hard it is to get the attorney general on the phone. There you go. There you are asleep. Yup Sterling Brown can't call up the attorney general in Guinea, no throwing the phone, and so that was a and the governor of Wisconsin has called for the legislature of the state to meet on Monday to start looking at this police reform bill and the bucks have. Made that public and brought light to that nationally, and hopefully, I'll tell you what if that legislature does meet next week. And they pass that bill. That is another very strong tangible thing. You can point directly to the players and say, they got that accomplished no dough another thing that's what they were trying to do, and that's why you know and I know he goes getting away and you're right Lebron is the face of the League or whatever but to me. I think everything doesn't have to be buttoned up. Perfectly it just doesn't. That's not the way these things happen. and. It's okay. It's okay. Lebron wants to figure out something or do something and get everybody involved. That's one thing. But I just I, just don't think Milwaukee had to and like they did they did a disservice to the to the rest of the players or anything and players had a right to do whatever they wanted to do. You said it before it happened that if that first game wasn't played that there's no way the other guys played and we. Won We knew that we All Right Rob I thought another thing that got accomplished by the players, the bucks, and the entire NBA at this point was that they put the owners the networks, the corporate sponsors, the Commissioner. On notice that we will go there. We will go there when you marry rob and I don't know if you've ever had you know an argument. With your wife argument. Right, you did he. Said did you did you ever not have an argument? Not, have but you know I shouldn't let me not even use that relationship but sometimes you let a person. No, I'll go there. No I. Know What if you push me too hard I'll go there. You May. Take you more seriously, right. And so. The the bucks in the NBA players have led the League owners the commissioner. The corporate sponsors the networks no, we will go there in if we go there. I, mean it walk out. It will have ramifications ramifications beyond the NBA. Major League Baseball might join us. That's why I fell might join us and Daddy of them all NHL might join us but if football and Russell Wilson Rob said. Our today or yesterday. But. He said that if the Seattle seahawks had a football game this upcoming week tomorrow or Sunday by. Play. They would not play in their saquon Barkley, of course, the New York giants he came out and said the players may boycott or sit out one game to make statement. So, this thing is reverberated and once you start doing that in football rob, you know you are hitting big money big business and you got some powerful people's attention. So I'm afford and I'll tell you this all you need to do that statement to by Jerry Jones Way said he was considering the change remember last. Right type all of a sudden. It's a compromise before you wouldn't wear cowboy famer. All right now you know why? Because he already knows Chris he has no power. Won't where do they think about it? Because most people and Jerry Jones was thinking I'm the owner you're GONNA do. If you don't stand. Did he say with your hand on your heart? I don't know how. Dat Far. But if you don't stay up for the national anthem, you won't be wearing a cowboys uniform. Now, all of a sudden there's a compromise because he doesn't WanNa look stupid when half of his team kneels down all the entire team. Now, what Jerry Am I right? He knows that so he has no power tells you. That shows you the power at these players have. And that's why plotted what they did so much the bucks. Because they said. We have they recognize their power. And they were willing to use it to wield did on behalf of the masses, of African American people, and again they're not saying and we're not saying Jacob Blake was perfect. They're not saying. That, right. That's not even the issue. Yes. He deserves his day in court if he was guilty of a crime or he was accused of a crime charged with a crime. He deserves his day in court knife in the car. Hey. What if he had had a gun? He, he was a registered gun owner had a gun I mean you could shoot an S. legal exactly. That's the other thing too. They can't even tell you if he had recently walked walked up through the by the police with a gun who is murdered two people AK Forty, seven Ryder, whatever it was and what happened he was able to walk through I. Mean he had. A role by some by seriously. Yeah. He's viewed as a hero by some and I'm not overstating it. There's been talk I mean jokingly but he he could be president somebody tweeted. Well known person on on that side so. You, know. Look. We the players, our understanding their power, and that is something that can be valuable in this fight for black lives mattering and being treated as equals in every aspect of American life. All right. Let's see what guys think eight, seven, seven, ninety, nine, on Fox Eight, seven, seven, nine, nine, six, sixty, three, sixty, nine. What do you think about the NFL players? Possibly sitting out a game to make a statement, would you like that? Do you think it would be effective? Would you like to see him sit out even longer eight, seventy, seven, ninety, nine on Fox I really WanNa hear rob really wants to hear from you on this one we want your opinions where the agree with us or not hit us up the. Sports Radio Fox sports radio has the best sports talk lineup in the nation catch all of our shows at Fox sports radio DOT COM, and within the iheartradio APP search F. S. are to listen live. Talking about erectile dysfunction isn't easy. Usually, we just brush it off all we avoided altogether with excuses like sorry honey I'm just not feeling it but with Roman, it's easy to talk about it because you're talking with a healthcare professional who can prescribe medication it's simple fast and totally discreet with Roman. 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Discover. Dot Com black family reunion athem right. Am I right Rob Parker. Lena. Keep the music. Heavy one. There you go. It's the. funky flashback. Friday. We brought to you by blue EMU maximum pain relief works fast and you will stink. Recommend the odor free pain relief from muscle pain backache strains, sprains, arthritis. There's no stinky. No burning simple pain relief. Blue Moon. Maximum pain relief it works fast and you will not stink I'm interested to hear what you guys have to say about this. What would you think because here's the thing. We asked Russell. Wilson said we wouldn't be playing football in Seattle this weekend if we had a game. saquon Barkley. The New York giants said, we might sit out a game to make a statement. A game and a lot of people rob have said man screwed NBA. We don't need it. Boycott arrested a season. Heck I'll care if the come back I'll see that on twitter. I'm sure you have to. Yeah. We see. got. The NFL that's a whole different story. Are you willing to go there with the NFL. No you're not I'm just going to be presumptuous and say, no, you're not you to racked up into your fantasy leagues you live for fantasy football. You're too wrapped up in it. You live for Sundays in the fall. And so you would. Think you would go there. And that's the power that these players have if they really really really WanNa, take it there. But what do you think maybe I'm wrong eight, seven, seven, ninety, nine or Fox. What do you think about the possibility of NFL players boycotting the game or longer? Let's hear from you. I just an Minnesota you're on the odd couple of Fox sports radio. What's up just? My Man. Trucker Justin. I. I I WanNa tell you. You are my absolute favorite Sports Talk Radio on better I love the content you guys have. Just. Great. Keep it up. You're awesome. Thank. Thank you. You Walk From and welcomes. Second I supported one hundred percent. Across the board, I'm proud of what the NBA players doing and I hope you NFL follow suit We live in twenty twenty and we are still seeing due process being skipped on the streets based on the color the man skin it's Bs and people with power real power and money I'm glad to see people doing that I've been preaching to my friends about the real reason Colin. Kaepernick. Took a knee many people were very ignorant as why he did that when I informed them the real reason they give me some stupid look like really. That's why absolutely I don't what Bravo Justin to try to educate the people around I. 'cause people don't know man I'm telling you just he gave up his whole career to help other people who warned family members just think about that how important it was to him to help others. And I too bad. It's happened daily short for him but Hey I'm glad people are doing things not. Just. Great Hall. No doubt about it. Let's go to Luca in Baltimore you're on the odd couple of Fox. Sports radio WHAT'S UP LUCA? What's going on guys how you? That's a good name to have right now. Been told that a few times especially in this show. Anyway, first things first I gotta say, I just came from twelve Galicia's. Honey Lemon pepper wings and I. Feel better right now. A Luca. In our know. Luke. No I. Already know that those were delicious. No but about the protests I wanted to say that. Just like what happened with Kabir Nick and just like what what happened just now with the Milwaukee Bucks I think that most loyal fans which again. Includes me Know what the right thing to do is now is just a matter of. Where do we go from here? Now, it's not the time to renegotiate. While was right. What was not right was in was the kneeling right or the bucks pros protests, right? I think most people agree and the response was immediate. In approval of what the bucks did. So now the Lebron's of the world and the Russell Wilson's the leaders bear sports leagues have to take it from here because they are the ones in a position to really influence because I doubt. That, they will be unheard unlike a Colin Kaepernick which. He might have been the quarterback. He wasn't a Tom Brady or I get it. No no doubt about it that that his cachet wasn't as big as if it was Russell Wilson Rob had been had done. What capture nick did would have been. Your rights totally different story probably be a trend. You know it would have been totally different as you say and. Thanks for the call. Thank you. Look. We brought up Rosa Parks. She didn't lead the movement now she just was one of the triggers. And George Hill nobody's expecting George Hill lead the movement that's going to be Lebron. Chris? Paul. Guys like that. If something comes of this. But George you just triggered it and the Milwaukee Bucks I lex in California, you're on the odd couple of Fox sports radio what's up LEX. How's it going guys doing? I kind of come at this from a different side. I'm a Republican and I. I agree that police brutality has gotten out of hand and that things need to be done about it. I think though that something from the Republican side I know what happens is when we're trying to fix these things, we need unity from both from everybody and Wendy's when these guys said out like this sometimes I think it alienate some of the people that you need to get together so that you can fix these things. And I would I would. Personally. Support them. If they sit out, you know I'm not GonNa lie and say that I wouldn't I I. I don't I don't have any problem with Cabernet nick kneeling. But here's what I'd like to see done is as you have a voice, you have a lot of power about instead of sitting out. Take, some time before the game. Let's do some interviews. Let's start telling stories so that that people that come from the Republican side like me we know more about what what's going on because we only read what's in the news and sometimes it's not flattering and I genuinely want to do my part to help us out and I think that that. If these guys didn't look because what happens is Republican people start thinking these guys look spoiled brats and I don't I I don't think that that's what they're doing I know why they're doing it but I'm saying to not alienate that side maybe use your platform to speak to this side so that we can become united and we can stop this because it's horrible. Hey, lacks I want to say two things first of all so well said, appreciate your words and number two. Thank you for calling in because we want from both sides I'm serious. That is how you solve things. You don't WanNa beat the drama sits to to. Be One of the biggest palms now is every people only want to hear what they hear and Lex you just said it dude, I'm serious when I say that. Thank you. Thank you for calling in I'm glad you're not afraid to call in you know Chris and I won't attack you. We let you speak. Thank you LEX. For Re I. Second Arrives Said and look. We've got to get over this Democrats. Hey Hating Republicans and vice versa. Like you said in Rob said, we've got to have some type of unity. Plenty dialogue who are Republican I'm not a Republican I've got plenty of friends who are Republicans and Black and white. And I've got. I more of an independent to be honest. But I obviously friends who are Democrats as well, and we can't demonize either side because people have different reasons for voting the way they vote. But what I would say is this LEX. You you want the players to. Bring unity and things like that, and we all want unity as Americans. But let's keep it real. Are we getting calls to unity from the highest office in the land and that's? The Be Republican morning. And I'm going to be fair. We not getting calls for unity from the other side neither Democrats are calling for it either. and. They tend to demonize Republicans at least as much as vice versa, but I'm gonNa tell you the but it is the responsibility of the president, the leader Alita on the contrary yet and the freeze Rhino Ring. I'll tell you exactly from athletes. We we can expect it from the president and it's hard though when when I remember trump was asked about. black people getting shot on black do by by police and you notice responsible. No empathy no sympathy nothing people get shot to that. That was his response, right? That's what we're talking about. You got to show some empathy and sympathy I will this guy shows comedy. I want robbed here. This 'cause you know rob he's an aspiring comedian and he's okay he did his little thing. Got A few chuckles. Got Me Laugh our tired I would really a retired are you serious? Yup. Got I'm you. You'RE NOT GONNA do to stand up on stage I'm retired back no more really no, it's just. How Straightforward Sports el-sisi I look I have you back to normal next week mid next week. All right. We got aries spears coming up next. That's right. The Gray actor and comedian be sure to catch live editions of the odd couple with Chris. Broussard. And Rob Parker Weekdays at seven PM Eastern Four PM Pacific on Fox sports radio and the iheartradio APP. I like bed. That's really firm. Something a little softer than that rest. Easy to sleep number three, sixty smart. Bet You. Can, both the just your covered with you sleep number setting yeah. It really helped me fall asleep faster. Yes. Gently warming your feet. Okay. But can help keep us asleep its senses, your movements automatically just to keep you effortlessly comfortable sleepnumber proven quality sleep is life changing sleep. It's our big of the year. 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Not on the tip of my tongue when this young dude comes in here on a funky flashback Friday and drops parliament funke Delic. Need. Knee, deep. Oh man turn it up a little bit man. I'll give props everyone. I. Thank. Yes. You you got your bag tonight. All right. He almost stood us up, but we finally got a hold of him. He is a host of this Speier's Steinberg podcasts and aries spears dot com check out his upcoming tour dates is time for celebrity coroner. God time. Now. For the. Odd couple celebrity corner. Man You had a skill. Oh, what's up? What's going on? What what you hear Your Voice Man I Scott down some Chinese food and it put me in. The last time you on the show man you blessed the so much. You did what? biggie snoop I think L. L.. Did you do? Yeah you did some tremendous impressions and it was fabulous man but look there's a lot going on a lot of serious stuff I know you can make anything. Funny. But tell me men these brothers, the Milwaukee Bucks the rest of the NBA they boycotted it was historic. was so I've said Areas I've never in my life. been more proud of black athletes. What was your tape? Listen. I'm going to be honest with you man I wanna be kind. I thought it was historic also. Lebron James. Lead the charge it was phenomenal but I'm a little disappointed that they decided to recant and go back the plane. I think that it sends a strong message if they would've held their ground and would've stayed boycotting. for a two-day, hiatus. And then go back to it I don't know if that's a good thing. Is Not Nyabuto that. I'll say this quickly rob is undeniable that had they continue to boycott that would have been an incredible message. However I think they put the owners on notice and if something. Off they might do, they can do it again and they've shown the owners. MLB NFL might come with us. That would call I know but I'm going to be honest fellas. WOULDA COULDA Shoulda might should've listened we're in a climate right now where we've already been given messages, we've been sending out messages everybody knows the message loud and clear. Enough of messages if trying for action and I think for them to call a two day hiatus and then go back to it I think they did themselves a disservice. Yeah we we can agree to disagree respect that though I respect that year I respect. But I I understand what they're doing and the problem is if you go out and you'd say that you're going to wait for change, it might be four years before you get real change. So then when you go back next season, then people say well, they gave n nothing really changed. So you put yourself in a tough spot and that's why I'm not mad at them. I think I'm with Chris they sent a very pointed message. To to to MBA America to America that we're not just huge and you. Would just. Listen I I don't WanNa be that guy. So I WANNA be supportive as I can but if we're really being honest. We've been said that messages since the seventeen hundreds. We've been praying since the seventeen hundred enough messages if time for action and what better way to make America feel what it respects. Knows the most. HIT THEM ECONOMICALLY And and again, I applaud the effort but I think the black people are tired of efforts we want results. For them to for them to say, we're going to blake hot and then recanted. I don't know that if I don't know that that's a good thing and I know we'll agree to disagree but ended day. We've been screaming. We've been preaching. We've been praying. We've been marching long enough. It's time for. What better way to America didn't what it knows the bet economically. Aries. Okay. So we know you're a big basketball fan. Will this put a damper on your ability due to enjoy the rest of these playoffs? It's been awesome and them watch basketball because I know that because of the corona did the corona situation and the and the social distancing we have to play by a certain set of rules. But at the end of the day, always felt like the crowd was a six man when we enjoyed a playoff win enjoy basketball we enjoying any sport we like for the crowd to be involved and affected I gotTa look at basketball with cardboard cutouts and not really there I. Feel like I'm watching a scrimmage I don't feel like I'm watching the game. So I understand they got to do what they gotta do. But I, need that six man I need that crowd I need that home court. Well. Who Do you still have a did you pick the Lakers or or the clippers I don't. Think I. Think undeniably the Lakers are GonNa win it. It's obvious. Undeniably. Really. Can't make threes they can't. Rob He hasn't been watching you really have been. Dave what's their record? I mean the bubble is not good now known as not indignant how good they are, but I look I, the Lakers have a shot. There's no doubt. I think the lake. No, they don't have a shot undeniably word undeniably aries we'll like. Sitcom. Who owns? The the clippers clippers deeper I'm better lifted the clippers of like the side He. Never be quite. This let me ask you this. Though, in very short order aries, we may have something that. Honestly. We may have never had during our lifetimes, but we arguably had different at times in the eighties and now is the best player in the world being a white dude. Luca dances. Your thoughts on now I'm not saying he's there yet but he could beat here in a couple of years. I? Think I think he's a new incarnation of Larry Bird. Whether or not he lives up to that in terms of rings. that's another story. But for right now he's that do. Yeah Go. It's GonNa come down his rings. It's more. Yeah it's more than just the numbers. He's by the nuts more than that. You got to win big. You know that Larry Bird didn't just put up numbers and make big shots. They won championships he won MVP's. Totally. Got To do a lot more than that, and that's not to take anything away from him before we crown the guy because if you don't win people look at you the same way it's hard it's hard. Put a guy on a pedestal and call them the the greatest player in the league. If you don't win, would you agree with that? What what what I'm saying you know as far as right now in terms of potential I mean who's who's close to the Larry Bird then him but if you can go ahead and get the jury on top of it, then there's no question. ARIES SPEARS ACTOR COMEDIAN Check out his podcast spears and Steinberg and also go to aries spears dot com for his upcoming tour dates. He's joining us on the couple aries. I've said one of the reasons I was so proud of the players and is one of the reasons that you wanted them to continue to boycott is that African American athletes have incredible. Power in American society, because they are absolutely. Irreplaceable And I have said, the same thing is to a lesser degree but similar aggregate America's also have good dominance in popular culture through entertainment. And Music in particular do you think are entertainers or rappers vase? What should they be doing in this moment? To kind of. Push. Progress injustice listen. I know you guys have a delicate position and I don't ever want to undermine what disrespect your position. But I'm not sitting in the seats that you guys are sitting in so I'm GonNa say the same thing I said when I posted on instagram imagine if every major player in every major sport in America every prominent athlete every prominent. Comedian mogul from Tyler Perry Oprah Winfrey from Kevin Hart. So Mike S from Jay Z to beyond say we could go on and on and on the truth of the matter is this black people have always had this thing in the pulse on American pop culture and American livelihood American needs. We dominate every aspect of entertainment but it's some point. When do we decide? Dancing, singing and rapping enough is enough. Let's put our money where mouth is and make miracle respect us what it knows. Best forward strong is best which is economics at the end of the day we can sing we can dance we wrap with the finger on the pulse American culture. If we don't do it, we gotta do to gain the respect from America from an economic standpoint from a change standpoint and from a legislation standpoint. Then what are we really doing? When I saw Doc rivers save what he said when he said we love America. Wanted. Love US back. At this point love is great but respect his better we don't have to have love we can get it both. But. You gotTA respect us. And if we keep doing singing. And rapping, acting, and playing ball and not getting America's respect. We are doing it just service to watch self and we making people like Laura Ingram Correc-, shut up and dribble. It's time to stop. At town the make up of her. Yo? Preach. Preach. You I ever got to apologize for saying that on couple I'm just I'm getting. Knowledge Listen I've had I argue with people are social media who said how to stop playing basketball sports stop racist from being racist let's be honest. Millionaires and billionaires hang out with millionaires and billionaires they all eat the same dinner table and the same owners did responsible for paying these politicians campaign and eating if those five and five thousand dollar a plate dinners they all hang out together, right? Oh no each other. So less these athletes are willing to do what they gotta do for the betterment of our sons and daughters to go look we want you to talk your billionaire boys club put changes in effect for the betterment in the future and the safety about black men and women, boys and girls we're not playing. Now. We could play. Great stuff man. Thank you so much absolu- one another time. Yeah APP thanking Buddy. Ray stuff man we appreciate that. Again. Plead the podcast hit me up on. Instagram unto every spirit and I will send you the link. Personally I didn't mean to get my ice cube on. Good. That was. That was. He spoke powerful words there out. Indeed no doubt about it. Yeah. All right. Well, look guys. We want all of y'all to have a great weekend be safe where your masks enjoy tomorrow. Sunday to return of the NBA. I can't wait to see rockets in the thunder, Russell Westbrook is back. Hey, did did did the brief did the boycott give Lucas Ankle chance to heal up? 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"What's up, guys, Kelsey, Charles and Meghan Murray here on this Friday and this girl's talking voice hello. Hey, it's Friday. We gotta get down. Always there for the timing, I appreciate you for that consistency is key in you. My friend are just that. Well, I will say there is something that may surprise do that I. Did that was like the most Kelsey move I could ever make? Oh. So I went, I went for a run this morning which I've actually been running. During, the quarantine I guess Like. Once or twice may be three times a week, but this morning this morning. I. Repeated a song like four times so. I have now become Kelsey Charles. Yes! Transformation is complete is we are each other now? That's really funny so I. I was really struggling because it's hot outside. Yes, and then rain on me by lady. Gaga, on Grindr came on like your like I WanNa go to a club right now on like. Shake my booty like. A run this whole thing. I ran the whole thing with this. This is the vibe right now. Yeah, that's what. I was about to stop, and then came on and I was like now. I see by Kelsey. Does this all? I. Don't know if I can say I'm proud of you because I don't know how logical or like insane. It is, I do that, but at so you guys I'm notorious in my friends. My friends being poor Meghan Marion, David Hellman. Subjected to I have a tendency to when I find a song that I like I repeat it. Literally in over. And over and over like beat it into the ground I I'm Gonna I'M GONNA I shouldn't say this. But I literally, so I was in February I was going I went to work out in Colorado in, we had to go to Copper Mountain, and it was really bad weather and we got stuck on the mountain on the road up to the mountains. For seven hours and I listened to the same song. This same song for seven hours. ABS- on kind of it would. No, it wasn't not one it was the. It was Zane. Mash up song the so there's a couple that I have playlist as the Kelsey so hard. which is the ones that I've beaten? You'RE GONNA. Have to drop that I will. spotify playlist it's like the ones it. My poor friends have been subjected to over the past couple months, but it was flames by Rehab in Zane. But the other one that you mentioned his moon rider by Gye Wolf rabble, rabble, rabble able she started playing that song over, and over again and I was like I'm just GonNa have to stop you for a second because see sang is he's thinking about Broccoli rob like the worst of the Broccoli's? I should I feel like I need to like. A little clip of this, so we can like. like that's all I can hear when I hear that. Guys here eight Broccoli Rob. Bradley Rob is better. It's a bad vegetable. It's the Broccoli Rob Song. It's called Moon Writer, but it's definitely Broccoli Rob. I'm proud of. Vegetables I made yesterday and they're disgusting so I just WanNa. Go on record rock. Rob Is Gross and so our beats. That is. Yet. I saw the quarantine eats happening. You put Pesto on them. Did it improve? No, why do we eat? Beets are in. What's it like? Is this a desk froma? is always bothering me to eat beets. She's like they have into accidents and they're really good for you. And they were vegetable I sounded like Meyer a but but boy. But. He always tries to get me. She's like I. Tried them this way. Try it and I'm like tastes like dirt. Do things that are different tastes like dirt. I'm sorry. I! We'll maybe if I do it this way, and like I made my own. Pesto and I was like real. Adultery in the kitchen and it's still trashed so so. People only like beats because they make your smoothies and pretty color like that's it. I think that's super valid. Honestly like I think that's super valid. I feel like it's like the trendy thing to do and like and I'm like. Are we sure that I can't get my antioxidants elsewhere because I feel like there's other ways we can do this. Yeah, I've heard. There's antioxidants in wine I would much prefer to near you go. Look look at us. We are beacons of health. We. We are on that train for sure just a fruit smoothie. If you think about it, it's good for you like all food. Groups I mean I feel like I would log it in my fitness pal, but like drinking calories count. That's not how this works. It's just straight boxing. Eric to believe that in Superfan. I don't subscribe to that part of. Health. It's why I am the way that I am. Like you eat really well. Oh my God I know, but I really liked Tequila. Whatever Tequila is good for. You can't tell me otherwise I. I'll take the couple extra pounds for some fun nights over being strict. It's fine living my life. Living Best Quarantine lives which. I'm out here running running I. Hate running you. I would rather do. Twenty babies then go for run like. Literally anything else quarantine has been weird. I, don't know about you, but like I actually feel. I especially at I actually I was thriving quarantine in a weird way. I've been very fortunate. Enough and I WANNA make sure I say when I say this. I knowledge the fact that not everyone else has been as fortunate so within the confines of my own experience. I feel like I've done a decent job of keeping my head on straight in taking care of my mind and my body in like, and you know just doing the best that I can and trying to be productive with my time. or just you know, take spend my time in in hopefully, what is more of a healthy way and But now now that it's July it's I feel a little tired. It's starting to really me like wow. This moment yesterday in l. purposes by saying my week's been kind of normal like I haven't been feeling great but I. am just going to attribute that to being a fog with like whatever allergies came with that weather. That was your last week in. DALLAS, but I had to get out to East Texas which I do often for work. I went out twice. Two days in a row and then just like went home, and like did a workout made dinner hung out with my dog. That's normal. And then the next day it was a day. I didn't go to East Texas I go to drop something off at ups, and I was driving by like this restaurant. They're sitting on the patio and I was like. Oh, my Gosh! We should totally go to like Mistero or something tonight in like or the porcher whatever and I was like I got this shirt like we. I should like text my friends and like let's go to dinner and wait a second. What. That's like no. Not Doing. Oh you want to. I feel you like 'cause. It feel so normal to be. Able to do things, but you're like wait like I probably not trying to do that. It's it's such a weird time. It just didn't I felt like when people were. Responsible I might risk it, but I'd rather be able to hang out with my friends and parents without worrying about like infecting them that. Go Kit Marguerite on a patio when technically Kelsey has a patio that I can just sit on, so we the Casa Dei Charles is. The hot. It's Lit I'm not I? You guys little quarantine crew. We've we've torn it up a few times on, said Patio so it you know, and then you get to welcome. It's great more ask for I don't have to get Don't WanNa talk to actually you don't have to even use that function where it's like. Stop talking to me, which is a brilliant function ever listen. I. Don't think they look at it and they're like Oh. Sorry I'm driving in my. Here's the thing you also should not be talking. Please I thought my rb. F was strong enough that people would just like. Not Talk to me in Uber's, but apparently not yet I say one more thing about Uber I. Really like I enjoy Uber and I'm really happy that it's exists in. In although I haven't used it in months and sampled lift I got on dating APPs in quarantine and this one dude match with me. He was like Hey I was your Uber driver. A couple months go, and I was like Whoa. This is a really weird pickup line like I. Just don't this, isn't it? Think about it Uber. JUST PICK YOU UP SO A. A May going insane in quarantine, or at least like. Whatever this phase of it's like A it's! It's warranting basically I'm on. The fate is where I will do just about anything to be at a pool, but not the one where everybody's ad. Yeah I if anyone has a private cool that they want to rent me for a day. You. Let me know while we're GONNA work on the pool. Thing I feel like we've done like really good things in quarantine like you've been running. I've been running. I. You U Eaten. Beats I got into Grad school like I feel like we're like you mean. We started this podcast in quarantine like there's a lot of any. School same thing. The same thing. It's well. But I was like. I do not lose my job which I mean. That's Fortune An. Take that. Man Very grateful for that but I I was it had it got me thinking because we've been talking about this a lot like you and I. Just like the phase of quarantine where I didn't like looking back on it and we're like Oh my God. How is it July? I was thinking though like. Player! Like what cowboys player do you feel like has just. been winning quarantine like having the best offseason quarantine etc Cetera like there's wall. You can't do a time and I'm sure. A lot of these guys are able to do all these crazy trips that maybe they would have done before but I feel like you're still doing a lot of cool things so. Who I'M GONNA. Go with my number one and then I'm going to like work down from that because this person in my mind. Just takes the cake okay. Maybe I'M JEALOUS It's latent vander. Ash. Oh, he's not molest UK. What's up? What's up? I think he in my book. He wins because he's. He's back home at Idaho. He's getting everything he is. He can go hiking. He's with his family. His fiancee's doing rodeo competitions like that just sounds. Like a rooting tooting good-time Rudin! Like you like it's really easy to just go down the road. Take your horse and go for like a nice ride like that sounds great. Late rash lives where everyone wants to go vacation, so I mean. I don't think I've ever thought about. Idaho but I'm reconsidering that I have because I'm a Hippie, and since you're my friend, aren't. You with me so therefore by default new. We're going to be included instead trip, but and I should say the weather, too, because technically I could do these things. You could buy. Yeah, but. It's too hot. So his backdrop. If you guys his Instagram, it's insane. It literally is like a frequent movie and his. Fiancee or his his wife, why she's a barrel racer and she's a back. She's really good. Yeah she did a competition or whatever the other day I was like watching the video and was like Dang Girl Yuck which is the cutest thing ever buy I grew up in Kansas? City and so my best friend growing up had a had a horse. She did barrel racing as well at the the. Royal American Royal. Miro wow gosh so country of me. And Yeah like very similar to that like did all these competitions and you don't realize how hard it is, but in like how much takes to be like that good, so she's a baller, shouts out to Mattie Vander for being a boss, and it was the cutest thing ever like he posted about her yesterday, and he was he so proud of her, and it was so sweet, so I, I agree with that. That's a good. Start I think that's a big deal to have wide open spaces and all the people you care about. Bain okay I'M GONNA. Stop singing on this podcast so that your your stop. Are you seeing on by the chicks? The chicks? It's not we've. We've adjusted the name. It's not lady won't go Lord that story triggers. Me Card just shaking my head back. So, let's say within the linebacker core. Then how how `Bout we jail net? Dealing Smith always busy even when he's always hustling you, yes, he even or not in quarantine. This man is all over the place, but he is back in Fort Wayne Indiana and we know that like he went and finished. School was like last year the reform he's always doing something outside of which is great, and he somehow still off with the ball so Kudos to him for being able to find the Hashtag now give it all, but he opened. A cry Oh studio in Fort Wayne. which how do you ever done that? Dude? I used to be religious. used to go when I worked at variance, cry studio, really close to the facility I would go everyday on my lunch break. It's the best thing ever I got like. I ask because I feel like I'm your the answer to that yet? I love I needed to do it again, but the problem is. Is it so busy Bill Studios Dallas are expensive. Didn't it's just like I love it and I think it's great like the whole concept of like it puts your body into and flight mode, because you're so freaking cold businessman, and then it it takes your it supposedly. This is what they tell you ends I believe them. Because I believe the I'm a marketing a marketer's dream, but they put your body in fighter flight mode. It's like so cold that when you step out like your body has to work in overtime to like. Reheat yourself, so you're burning calories. It helps with recovery because obviously super intense like cold for your muscles I, they even would claim like it would give you like a little bit of a high so you can help headaches hangovers, you know. I don't know, but I can tell you. Whenever I was over I was not let go up and getting the big canister of cold, not happening I loved though I thought it was great. I have never once tried it, but you know. As much as I hate being hot I. Don't like being cold. It's the most you're literally. The most cold ever been obviously in your little is truly meant to live in like San Diego. Yeah well, if you if you're you're. You're not wearing clothes, and except for you have to cover your hands and your feet. You have to wear like socks, booties and gloves, so you don't like it. Didn't someone get like frostbite Girl, serious. You have to be like monitored and stuff flake, so don't decide. Go to any jank place I go to legit place where they stay in the room with you, and like they make you turn around in circles. Your body's moving and they talked to you in like. Keep your head above the gas that you don't like it you to go to a legit place by. It looks like his places. Super Legit, so I'm pumped for him on. Doing something in not not going all the way, so yeah on percent, so I thought that was Super Badass and up in Fort. Wayne is all right yet for Wayne, so for an Indiana go find I cry. Oh served time in the area. Report Wayne but also everyone he's doing which I'm sure we'll come in zero surprise you the extra the first thing he did he also obviously, the hot boys got together. They always do this or they do this couple times I'll talk about it later, but they got together at the beginning of Co Ed and they were selling gift cards for small to. To mid sized businesses in town, you could support them during Covid, because obviously especially at the beginning, things were shut down in heard a lot of organizations businesses in restaurants, and so I thought that was super dope, but that's the only thing he's during the get back. This one is my favorite He's founded. The Minority Entrepreneurship Institute which I just think I mean. Mean we're? We're kind of doing some stuff with this similarly right now. MAG, you and I with this year campaign that were involved in, but ear DFW. Dot Com year, DFW DOT COM. I'll tell you about that a second because it's. It's very similar to this. I just think it's so important, it's so cool, but basically it's a minority, entrepreneur, entrepreneurship, institute and what? What they do is they provide? Capital an consulting services like there's a pitch competition. If you're minority owned business, you can go pitch your business to him in his team and this institute, and they will award you money and funding in consulting services. Really help you get on your way. which I just think that's the coolest thing ever shouts Jalen for that. Guy Eleven he's. He's like always hustling, but he's always like. A good cause. Yeah, like I just thought that was so cool. It reminds me of the group working with right now. So if you guys are familiar with ear, dfw, it's an acronym for a fundraiser that a lot of us media, athletes influencers who have whatever you wanNA call the people. People who have semi platforms in town kind of started, but it's not just for us for everyone who cares about the cause to be involved in where we've decided to start a fundraiser that benefits three different pillars of impact here in Dallas Education Action Reform. There's four different charities one of them specifically though has. A Fun that is very similar to this minority entrepreneurship institute. It's called the. DALLAS REVIVED DALLAS small business funding powered by the debt a Dallas Entrepreneurship Center network here in town and what they do is they have a bunch of money and they they have asked for submissions for small businesses here in Dallas that are minority or indoor, female owned, and you submit the fact like I'm losing. You know I've I have like a profit loss obviously because of the. The state of the world right now, and for various reasons and then if you are approved for this this, find than they not only give you dollars, but they partnered with a mentor. They give you like services. It's not just like throwing money at the cause, which again feels very similar to what Dylan's doing. Which I think is still important, because obviously money helps, but it's. It's really truly to me. I feel like it's extra beneficial to put money. Avocados, but also partnered with resources action oriented items as well which sounds like out yet. It's great when you can see like a tangible result from like. Helping Fund something. Yes, it's so cool and so yeah. I mean I think it's. It's awesome I'm hype. He's doing that I. If you guys want to get involved what we're doing it's W. W. Dot ear e a R DFW DOT COM. You can read more about the charities that we're benefiting. We raised four thousand dollars in one day, which is just insane to yeah I'm just like you guys are. Are, incredible and so I feel like you know I really. We're going to ten thousand by the end of next week. If you want to help, I will just be over the moon. I'd love you for it. Screen shot us. Let us say you did it. We'll give you a shout out with your awesome stuff. We can do to in exchange as you just committed to doing a power our. Freshmen in college, I might option. Myself Edberg. Like I'm like I'm I'm here for like I'm. Never going to deal a socially distant resume date like over wine. That'd be fun or Beers. Free Beer made will come with me. You can date. God. Bless your soul if you decide to do that. ANYWAYS I! Digress, who else you got egg. Well okay so just. Real quick shoutout to Tyron he is. He's been doing a lot of like family oriented stuff, but. He posted an instagram of him doing Turkish. Get up with his child and jazz are just hard in general, but with a score child is your weight like wild. Oh my gosh. I don't even know what a Turkish get up. Laying on the ground with like a heavyweight above you in the you have to like, get up to like standard what? Yeah Oh. Man He's a freak. I mean freak like. Yes Oh my gosh, that kids like being superman and he's like getting Turkish. Get up. I was shook unbelievable a lot about the fact. They like everyone's like. Wow, tyron smith like he hasn't been a healthy and I'm like. I mean. He's still doing okay looks like so. I guess that's a good sign. I will say okay so second. My second was lyle, yes. He's he's meant for quarantine lifelike. All he does is hang out with his family in go fishing and he got a puppy. Literally I was trying to figure out his puppies name, but I didn't get the answer in time because I, but I think that would just be like the coolest thing ever guy got the last thing he posted was name it in like I. Never no one ever followed up on that. We'll find out the name for you guys because I feel like it's super important by. It looks like a little like a little bully. It's so cute. In it's like. That whole visit call yet. Dakhil thank you yeah. Cute a candle. It's the most adorable therapy, but yeah you're right. He's totally built like he's like he's thriving right now. Drives nothing in this world that that boy loves more than fishing, no well other than his family, but you know. Maybe we should have a fishing competition like I feel I. Don't know though I know as fishing I wonder if they've never. Competed against each other speaking of Dez. You sent me the funniest thing yesterday. So, dead started watching the office. Funny and I just want I. Know like a lot of people do. or I should say a lot of people like Zeke does twitch or whatever where you can watch play video games. Why can't I watch? Does Watch the August the office? This feels very timely for me. Because everyone's been giving me a lot of hell rightfully so that I have not seen any movies or things, and so the fact that someone else has not seen something like so heavily ingrained in our pop culture. Is Very. For me at this time I just had. In my book. It is really funny I. Feel like people beat it into the ground a little too hard, but I love this journey for him I. Hope He keeps us all updated if he. Does want. To livestream him watching it, I would definitely tune in. Does this mean we can actually add him to the The Parks and REC Verses Office conversation. I now eastern parks and REC though. You have it. Now, I don't think he has, has he? I don't think so we need to. We need to get him on once. He's done with the office in like how long that takes! 'cause he's not me I'd be done within like a week, but That will make him what someone making watch, parks and REC. I see him lag. Cackling at Michael Scott and I. Want to be a part of it, it's. Like, honestly it's. It's amazing that he's watching I'm so happy for him. Like I, said like you said love this journey for him. It's a great show it's it's what I put on between that in parks and REC. I'd trend more towards the office a little bit, but like if I just when I have something on and I just to like it's it's a it's a people pleaser crowd-pleaser every time everyone has a comfort show. That's it for me. Athlete, for me, so I was thinking about other guys on the line and do. Travis Frederick Retired during Quarantine Dude March twenty third like it feels like an eternity ago so technically. It I mean it hasn't been that long, but I can't believe it actually happened during quarantine, and that's just really sad to be so I feel like I, don't know it's it's. It's a blow for us, but I feel like it's a really positive thing for him. So like I guess that he is having a great warranty because he's like I'm Jill I? Don't have to worry about stuff, so that's that's awesome But of course he's still doing things again. All these guys this to me shows the the caliber of individual. It's on this team. He's a lobbyist guys. They don't have to do this, but there's been any time giving and so if you know Travis you've fallen for awhile, he's got his blocking hunger foundation that he's had and apparently done is put together a campaign called moving the chains, and their goal is to raise twenty two thousand dollars by July. Tenth herbs are July nine, and if they raise that money that would enable. Enable them to feed ten thousand to provide ten thousand meals to children who are struggling with hunger so again like. Are you kidding me? That's so cool. It's so cool so another great way. If you're interested in these corn, times or able to give back to others who may be doing a little more help out. That's a great way to do that. You could find out more on his page, but. Equally, at did one. Is Involved in charity as well right? He just gave back to Burbank Yeah. Like that eighty, five thousand fifty thousand, yeah. I mean I'll give that. I'll give him a victory. Do we feel like is? I don't know if I would consider Zeke as winning quarantine like I think he's doing well. He's saying this. He hung out with the family a couple months ago in south in like like obviously like getting is a bummer. Luckily, he didn't have super major symptoms. So that's a positive, but he has started twitch channel. He's been doing. He's been like gaming in Suffolk. He feels like feels like he's still living his pseudo best life despite all the other things. Yeah, I'm. Key faded is pretty fun Some so I'm just. That first of all that could mean like so many different things I love that everyone just jumped on it and went crazy, though like y'all got chill. And we're. Like. Yeah, he's just gaming in like. Working out good for him yet seems like a day in the life. also working out CD lamb like okay Yeah, he's a contender for me for winning quarantine, because obviously like he's just out in Dallas. Grinding like you're always seeing him like with these workout videos and I'm like I can't even do half of what you just did I'm terrified so monster, but also he's just like posted up on. On LAVENU looking things go fire but I have to imagine being a first round draft pick for the Dallas cowboys is probably a pretty substantial reason to win quarantine, like I don't know. Maybe that's just me, and then on top to be given the title of Eight on, said team like he has to be way up there. In the winning quarantine offseason category, he might have to be a finalist. Well, yeah just. Just solely based on the draft. One hundred percent like I know it's a cop out on my part to give him that much credit, but I'm GONNA. Give Him that much credit. I just love that. He's like he's already. He's already like. Grinding with. The team he's super involved. He's going around. Dallas love that he's. Yet, lead his last voters wearing a mask so good mahamne. Wearing masks so that he can play. Let's watch that reality. Watch that okay. Other new buys. It are on the team trayvon digs. Like advil like he's still, he's living his best life to he. I can't figure out his social, though he has a big degree or like a personal idol. Really know either way. If you volume, he has the cutest freaking son of all time in. Obviously, it's kind of fun to watch him and his brother hang out because his brother's pretty cool as well so takes after his brother in the fact that he does pose some Thir- straps so yeah. Yeah I mean listen Hashtag Marketing. Maybe I don't know. That one where he's exciting, he's sitting on the souped up like really expensive BMW. AMMUNA sound like Rj, where I literally don't know what card is what I believe. BET like invoke. Behavioral Yeah, I don't know either. We can't st much of it though so I don't feel bad for not. Yeah, it's also I. Don't know anything about cars. Yeah I'm not an expert effect. Since I worked I worked for a motor vehicle company I know something now so I'll give myself a little credit, but yeah, no. also get a pedicure yesterday. That's all I really noticed. That's a win. That's of little. STRAPS IN pedicures are great Yeah, the one problem is like if you risa understand. I if you're an athlete like you got to kind of keep your calluses, and like not go to TMI. You I feel like you got to be careful with that. Because then you'll like arsenal. They're good for everyone. Yeah, though massive your feet, they take your cows and make him look too pretty, so yes, just before worn like goes eight. You're on it and is what they're doing, and you're good to go. Yes, exactly another new guy who's on the cowboys roster who I really feel like is is living a great quarantine life job, Koi. I really love this guy so much like this is stuff that you and I were hearing about him when he came in and like I remember you telling me like yard reached out to Neville Gallimore. Like that's so cool. Dude so seems like the coolest guy he really does. Dave did a live with him I think for the draft and he was like this guy's amazing like I think it's just a great like. Like already like rave reviews, but I Apparently he just went to the star for the first time this week, and he's of course obviously, aw I mean, this guy is like you. He's been. He's been just so top of the line in the league versus a long time. It's cool to see him so excited about coming to this team like obviously the facility Halliburton facilitated that we have here in Dallas, but. He. Never played so many primetime games in a season in my life and my career school for him so news as hype on the star, but he's also been using his platform, which I is so cool. to discuss like this the social injustice that were seeing is again. Acknowledging the fact that this is not new. None of this is do. This has been happening for years, but I think it's really cool. When you know, people use their platform for something bigger than themselves and so he was. Doing allows digging around the issues. And then he was almost recently advocating for June teeth become a national holiday, which makes total sense and There is a big thing out in Fort Worth where you could walk two and a half miles with miss opaline, what that two and a half miles symbolized was the two and a half years it took slaves in Texas to learn that they were free, and I just again like using your platform at this June. Yes for something bigger than yourself is like I'm here for it so yet I'm GonNa put him in in my ranks of like people who are winning quarantine like for the right reasons to. Yeah I know he's. He's just a joy. Yeah, he's like he's very. He speaks very eloquently about like all of the issues going on, and really you can really get to. The bottom of it, but like he has a really good job and. He just seems. I don't. No, he exudes like. Happiness, he really does he yeah, I know that sounds lane, but it. It is what it is. He does he has this like aura? Deemed to go to his like any of his social, as you would understand saying yeah, I WANNA, be friends of him like that's that's that's Joe McCoy to me. Yeah WHAT ABOUT TYRONE CRAWFORD Thought he was at a p K. Yeah, so possum kingdom lake, which is the worst name for like, but. It is very weird name. It just sounds like somewhere. I, don't WanNa be however it is gorgeous, never been but no box. Office think about that for a second. It's a weird name. In my kingdom of possums, I hate possums. Kinda cute from afar. Until you really what type they like his youth stuff like. Oh I love anything. That's very but. The tail. No the tales not okay with. how ever I haven't seen one whenever I go out there, so yeah, so I don't know where he got that name from then, but I do like the this song from talks about possum kingdom, but I know your reference. Look at me, we did. Doesn't watch movies, but she knows some music. But yet tyron cropper's been living his best late life, which lake leg kind of the best life like I'm at the beach, but I'm afraid of sharks and I don't like when I can't see might be I'm still GonNa go to the beach if I can Despite that fact, but I just feel not the only one that's like scared of old Gregg when I go into like. My God. I have not heard that referenced in years old Gregg Dude. Are you. Seven, whose brain has been rotten by content on youtube like? E bombs world level like old stuff. WAS THAT INVOLVED WORLD? Is that what that was on? I have no idea I've. Shared around back when I was in high school, I think like peanut, butter, Jelly, time and other daily time pinup shifting. Go Like, milk Ganzi Rio. Syria yeah, rotten brains I could have referred song but. For Yourself. which is what tyrone Crawford I feel like doing it again. He's also involved like the hot boys stuff. They also came back again and he's been super involved in that. I've. Enjoying his fundraising while they another thing recently in May where they teamed up with Janu, which is an emergency school nutrition fine, which is super, especially important right now during the pandemic, because a lot of people maybe don't realize it. I didn't realize personally that a lot of kids rely on schools for for food. And so when school is out or schools are open, that means food sources have been taken away, and so I just thought that was so awesome, and like so cool that they stepped up in try to make sure that those kids had the food. They needed so They also did something with hot boys for that, so that was pretty cool. At Boys Go. Can't be hot on the field. Off You're okay. A shots fired my dude. I have I mean. I just want them to heat back up. That's all he's like. Listen. Here's this love. Your hot, but like not that hot ha ha Clinton digs. We saw that was hysterical I. think that's like it's like kind of winning kind of not like. I decide if I want to look at this glasshouse to bear attacked. By do you glass half? Full or glass? Still can't get over that bears. Florida I'm sorry. Here's the buyers buyer sires no buyers. DUBBERS. Beat spares battle star Galactica that brings it back to the office. My God look at us all the references. If you I hope they, we should have a count on how many external references we made today that there is a lot you guys like, but still it's a drinking game. It's drink like six back in that we talking about. I don't even remember Yeah Greg in lakes there you go. yeah I. I should bring up like the. Drinking out of cups like. Barn. One for you count-back at another Hash Mark. Let's go Yeah, okay, we'll give him. We'll give him like a half a point 'cause like escaping death feels like a positive, so let's good or mulling whatever even though the bears were justice surprised to see him as he was to see them, but. His speed was. Yeah it was something. It's alternative training, and I'm very here for it. Yeah, yeah, a lot of make you run faster than a bear. Nothing honestly nothing so whenever if he's not good this season then we're going to have some issues, maybe like we know your capability, Sir. We know you do envision that. There's a bear behind you now. Go Run. Knock that guy over. Sports Visual visualization is big so like this can be something to his repertoire like that feels like a Tokyo. I'm so on board with that. We're insane. One. Yeah it's. My last one for candidate for winning Corentin. Or Two more, but this is my one. That's more tangible Michael Gallup. The guy that everyone likes to sleep on is actually doing some really cool stuff. He went out to top golf a couple months ago, a couple of weeks ago and topped off, hooked it up, and they did this likely. Let him come out in this mess around new trick shots for a day and it's Hilarious, so you guys need to instagram. He's like he's like little using a golf club like. Football like like watching it off the DAX and stuff like it's. It's really funny so and of course I'm sure it took them like an eternity to get any of these trick shots done. They're cool. Nonetheless. What are the guys to do that? Dude perfect so like they're kind of coming. He's coming for you. Dude, perfect like if cowboys nation or any of these ridiculous like people who are trying to trade him away for something like if he added attlee like he's coming, he's coming for your game. Dude perfect like Essiet Essiet now. Shout out. I'd be remiss to miss to not mention the guy who would truly be winning quarantine though in the off season. If, a deal is signed on July Fifteenth Dak, Daddy I feel like we would have to crown. qb One the king of quarantine. Am I right. People can't stop talking about in many ways so. I will say a running back. During this corn deemed time whatever that he did pledge a million dollars for police reform he. You went to Nick and Sam's which he always goes. Nick and Sam set like he had Renault. He ate well. And he provided us. With probably my single favorite piece of content. In his uniform with a cowboy hat on. That will be used. For GonNa, use that so many times if they play this season. Honestly Shots Jeremiah, the team photographer, one of the team photographers for that forty second witness. He's A. Genius anyways, but like he took that shot and I think that was actually a shot that they had done for statisticians a sponsor. It was just like all around like I'm sure. Stetson was just overnight. Conic really is like the me I'm GonNa. Go full marketer on you for many the brand value that they. Unbelievable you know how they did like all those. Player card shirts your. Screen print that picture onto a shirt. Oh, yes, Russia, listen up at cowboys pro shop at cowboys. Everyone tweet them until by that now bought what someone made a like a screen insured. It doesn't have the the photo, but it's like the Silhouette I. ordered that I love received it, but it sounds like you got now. They're reputable. I got like the actual photo on there. That that's. TIKTOK that you can do that. You can limit from your on that APP. You on that? I am I, am on that APP and the fact that I scroll through it for too long on a daily basis, but I do not post anything I'm on that APP by default through you and Dave I appreciate it because I get the highlights, so it helps. Yeah, we just send your funny ones. Yeah, it's good I. You thank you for that. Thank you for your time on ten. Though let's narrow down because I want people to chime in and vote because we got we got. We need to crown a quarantine king. So. Quarantine King Are we GONNA go? CD, lamb feels good. One DAK feels like a good one. ARE WE GONNA? Go L. V., E. Jalen Smith or who put like Joe McCoy Ha! Ha Clinton Dix guy. You like Jalen has to be on there and I'm still standing strong with the LV thing, even though he. I guarantee you. He's philanthropic stuff. He's just not super active on social media. Just know where he is in what he's doing and I love that for him. Okay so. I wonder, if I five on. How many people how many slots do I have on the poll? Four or five? Let's do will lv and then we'll add wide. Gerald McCoy, and hopefully that works. Okay so. We need to vote unity crown year. Quarantine kings if we forgot quarantine king, Hollering I'm missing something I consume a lot of content, but it's always possible that we've missed something. You could find us at two on twitter. I'm at Kelsey underscore Charles in meg. Meg Murry with four hours and. I know we mentioned a lot of these guys are doing a lot of great things to give back to community we would. Love your support with the ear DFW campaign. You can find out more about it w. w dot ear DFW. Dot Com! Let's help move missions Ford of all these wonderful organizations here in DFW. It's really cool what they do and I just feel like if you're capable this time to give back the, it's a really worthy cause to do so but. YOU GUYS! Thanks for hanging out with us on this Friday. We will give the best weekend. Ever you get some context for you as well outside of this here show cowboys Roy is GonNa be airing on Saturday so joining into Denver that you can find us in all of the amazing in the boys content or be find your podcast with its spotify apple. ITUNES stitcher you name it rate reviews subscribe. It really does help us out, but. Until Monday. Never forget you guys. Dallas. Forever filthy for never. By, guys!
Amanpour: Brett McGurk, Rashad Robinson and Reniqua Allen
"Tired of spending hundreds of dollars prescription glasses. Xeni offers thousands of affordable eyewear styles starting at just six ninety five visits any today at Zanny dot com slash CNN. Hello, everyone and welcome to almond for. Here's what's coming up. Unacceptable and a non starter. That's Democrats on President Trump's idea of compromise to end the government shutdown and amid the president's controversial plan to withdraw troops from Syria. Former envoy Brett mcgurk says Trump's new policy will give ice is a new lease on life. Then a Martin Luther King day, the president of color for change. Rashad Robinson tells a hurry suite of us and how the internet can help achieve racial equality and Justice, plus the journalist and writer Renisha Allen tells me why the American dream is dead at least for black millennials. Welcome to the program, everyone, I'm Christiane Amanpour in London as the longest US government shutdown in history enters its fifth week now. Hundreds of thousands of federal employees remain without work and pay including nearly a quarter of a million veterans who worked for the government one union says the former service personnel are among the hardest hit by this furlough. So morale-sapping news at home and also abroad in the field after four Americans were killed in a suicide blast in Syria last week at the very time. The president is rallying to withdraw all US troops from the country. The decision sparked several high profile resignations from his administration. I there was the Defense Secretary James Mattis, then Brett mcgurk who was the presidential envoy for the global coalition to defeat. Isis mcgurk work had spanned three administrations. And now he's written an op-ed. Trump said he beat ISIS. Instead, he's giving it new life. I've been speaking to Brett mcgurk who tells me the president Syria policy is a total Vercel of everything the administration had been trying to achieve and worse that it strips the United States have any leverage with its partners and adversaries. Brett mcgurk. Welcome back to our program. Christiane? Thanks so much for having me. So we talked to a lot over the years when you were all sorts of different iterations of envoy presidential envoy, basically ISIS point man over the dos. Many many years, you have resigned, it was very public letter and public moment. But I want to ask you first, the consequences of the US pull out, and we hear today that the Turkish president has decided and has offered to be, you know, the security force for man bitch that famous town in northern Syria. What what does that mean is that a good thing should the US be happy that the Turks are gonna take over when we formed the coalition really in late summer early. Fall of two thousand fourteen we started with twelve countries it's grown to seventy five countries. American leadership was really critical to that. And of course, was a was a key partner in this. And in our our initia-. Plan plan A if you want to say that. Was to work with Turkey to get a handle on this problem. And I probably spend most of my time in the first year of my job, including when I was working with general Allen. Most of our time was spent inaugura because most of the material coming to to fuel the ISIS war machine. Frankly was coming across the border from Turkey into Syria. So we we clearly identified that one of the things we wanted to do was to work with the Turks NATO ally to control their border, and quite frankly, it was very frustrating because Turkey did not take much action on the border. So we have worked very hard with Turkey on in various ways and nothing's really worked out. And there's a number of reasons for that, quite frankly, I think our interest in Syria in fundamental ways really diverge, and when when president Erawan puts on the table proposals. That might look look good in concept. Every time we send our best people or best planners to really dig into. What can actually we do together? It never really pans out. I'll just give you an example. The opposition groups that Turkey supports that it would send for example into a safe zone. Are simply not groups that the United States of really work with. I mean, they are very closely tied with tied with with with extremist groups, and if you just run if you just look at the northern tier of Syria and just run across what is now that the Turkey border in it live province that's an area that we don't outbreak in. It is a really Inari influence for Turkey. It is really dominated now entirely by groups with ties to al-qaeda all the border crossings with Turkey are controlled by kite, very serious problems. Very serious problem. I it is I sort of see what you're saying. I'm you saying that that is not the solution to replace US troops who are leaving. So let me wind back a little bit this tape to when you first heard that the president was going to be removing US troops from Syria after all the hard won gains that you describe. Well, I. We knew that the prisoner to want to speak with President Trump and president Erdo wine was sabre-rattling about sending the Turkish backed opposition forces and Turkish military forces into areas of Turkey where US forces are operating, and we've been dealing with this for a couple of months or message to Turkey was just but do not send your military forces in because that's going to create a very serious situation. And frankly, put American lives at risk. So that was the policy when president it'll on called President Trump. This was really upended. Instead, President Trump did not say that. And he basically said look we plan to leave Syria fairly soon, and then basically a green light. So that just totally reversed everything we have been doing for a very long time. I was in Iraq working with the new Iraqi government on on making sure we sustain the very significant gains against ISIS when I was informed of the call. I had a phone call with. -tary Pompeo, and I came home to Washington to try to manage the fallout from this and immediately got on the phone with my coalition partners in capitals around the world and tried to explain what was happening, and it was just a total reversal of what we had been telling them for a number of months, and you did resign to be fair. You we're going to plan to leave mid February. But you brought that up to the end of December. And in your letter to your colleagues, you said the recent decision by the president came as a shock and was a complete reversal of policy that was articulated to us it left, our coalition partners confused, and I'll fighting partners bewildered you've expanded a little bit about that. But when you say, what was your foot, what came out of your mouth? What what was the first thing? You said when you got the call that this was going to happen. Well, there were two Eissa look at at one was okay. The president has asked us to leave Syria. Let's try to figure out a way to orchestrate this in a way that can still achieve all of our objectives. Syria, and all of our objectives and Syrian clued. And again, this these are the instructions from from the White House. So this is not a policy is just cooked up in the State Department our policy in Syria articulated by the White House national Security, John Bolton and others was that we would stay in Syria until number one the enduring defeat of ISIS that was the primary mission that was my mission. Number two will stay in Syria until all Ronnie's are out of Syria, whether or not that was real realistic. That was the stated policy or ticketed again from the White House and number three. We'd stay in Syria. And there was a euro versatile mental was the phraseology to the UN back political process in Geneva, which dealt with the Assad regime in the civil war. I frankly believe that if we are leaving serious, the president has now very clearly instructed, those objectives simply are totally unachievable. Another thing that really concerned me Christiane is that asking a military force to withdraw under pressure or from a combat environment. As one of the most difficult things you can ask a military force to do. So if the orders are, and these are the orders from the president to withdraw that has to be the mission, the mission cannot be withdraw and do a number of other things complete ISIS campaign, which of course, we want to do keep the Russians and the regime out of the territory, we continue we now influence try to do some sort of engineering to allow Turkey to come in to replace us in a number of other things that's impossible to ask the few Americans on the ground to do. So is really mission impossible. Well, I mean, it just does sound absolutely awful. And I wanted before I get into most Pacifics about the particular fallout that you would just referring to how does it make you feel? I mean as a person as the ISIS point man now seeing four Americans killed this past week in the days after President Trump made his announcement. Where look anyone who works on these issues where professional worked across three administrations. Republicans and Democrats I've worked on policies I fully supported I worked on policies. I might have thought of been. Unwise, but you always your voices at the table, and you try to influence things based upon the facts and the analysis, and and you do the best you can so in Syria, for example, we are not doing the fighting on the ground for over three years in this campaign until just last week. Two Americans had been killed in action. And then tragically last week. We lost four additional Americans that pales in comparison to the democratic forces that have lost thousands of casualties in this campaign. American taxpayers are not spending money on civilian reconstruction. And other types of those tests as coming from the coalition that we built so it is a very sustainable low cost high impact mission of mission. Let me interrupt you the kind of mission presumably, the President Trump would love you just out of the magic woods low cost the people of paying the bulk of the money that it takes his you've just described begun to to help design a campaign plan that was succeeding, and it was reaching a really critical. As and we were talking about the longer term transition and to have it all ended in a phone call with a foreign leader without any serious consultation with the national security team with sector defense and others. That's just not the way to run foreign policy effectively. So this was a complete reversal. And I'm concerned about the the fallout one can say that the president has a fairly unusual relationship with Russian President Putin. And maybe he doesn't castle much if the Russians fill the void that US is leaving. But he doesn't have a cozy relationship with the Iranians. And you just said one of the principal aims was to degrade Iranian influence as much as possible. And the stated aim of the White House was to stay until Iran was no longer a viable player that, but you're on staying not only that the president himself said Iran can have it. You know, we don't want it. It's just sand and death. I don't understand that policy. Do Booker, Sean. You hit on a good point. And this is there's a bit of, you know, I'll be careful with my words, but there's a there's a bit of incoherence between the views of the president and the views of some of the most senior members of the national security team, particularly in the White House the views of the president. Clearly, he's been very consistent. He does not want to be overly invested in the Middle East, particularly with with the US military power, the views of the national security visor seem to be quite different. And so that is a divergence that makes our foreign policy. There's lens element of incoherence to it that we hear about this from partners all around the world. And and that's something that ultimately, I think they're going to have to address it still really weird because everything the president has done speaks to wanting to isolate Iran where the pulling out of the Iran nuclear deal with a being so cozy with Saudi Arabia despite everything including the kashogi Moda just because they partly see it as a bull walk against Iran. And then to say that it can. Have if it wants we don't want Syria. It's just sand and death. But you just mentioned being presidential envoy Europe presidential envoy for President Trump. Did you have a meet him? Well, every ministrations different. So with President Bush in the White House. If I if I was overseas every morning we were in the Oval Office, President Obama a very regular exchanges. President Trump just runs the operation differently. So most of my most of my interactions than Trump administration's were at the sector defense, the secretary of state and our military commanders. I was obviously involved in every major decision of the ISIS campaign, but turns of direct interactions with President Trump pretty much interacts with his cabinet secretaries. No, basically, the president did not meet the presidential envoy to Syria. Yeah. That's right. All you concerned as one writer has said senior fellow at Brookings. The advent of a more unified and predictable US foreign policy is likely to weaken American influence and destabilize the international order a deeply divided. Trump administration was the best case for those who believe in the United States postal strategy defined by strong alliances, an open global economy and broad support for democracy. The rule of law human rights, all the rest of it. Again. Just go back to my earlier point. There is a there is a disconnect and just my own personal experience instructions from the White House from very senior levels of the White House to tell our partners are allies, the Russians or adversaries that we are staying in Syria until these very these these objectives are met, for example, until Ron is leaving Syria that those are instructions that we were carrying from the White House and that was completely reversed by the president. Therefore, I think we have to be. Very realistic about the situation in Syria and number one. I think we have to be realistic that President Assad is staying in place this objective that somehow we were going to work through UN process to to remove sharla Saad, I think at this point is unrealistic. And if we if we continue to reach for unrealistic objectives US credibility will continue to be further diminished in other words side wins. And he gets it back. He wins, and he gets pretty much all of Syria back. Well, that's the consequence of our of our leaving Syria and announcing to the world, we're leaving Syria. You know, Christiane I also did a lot of negotiations with the Russians on Syria. So I kind of understand exactly where they come from those negotiations are very tough. What gave us leverage at the table. Was the fact that we are present on the ground, and that we have influence over significant portion of Syria, and we actually drew lines on the map to make clear the Russians you do not cross this line, or you're going to have a very bad day that gives you that gives you leverage with the Russians and we getting to the point where with the defeat. Physical caliphate. We'd be able to sit down with the Russians, but very serious conversation about the future of Syria announcing to the world that we were just leaving basically all of that leverage completely evaporates and just not to put too fine. A point on it. The main reason that you stated at the beginning for the US presence and the US campaign and the coalition campaign was to defeat ISIS and the president described ISIS as defeated that's a quote, an absolutely obliterated in terms of territory. But of course, you know, many reports released late last year, including the Pentagon inspector general, the UN's and strategic, and it's national studies estimates that ISIS has twenty to thirty thousand members in Iraq and Syria is era is ISIS defeated can the president leave Syria knowing that they'll be no more threat from ISIS. Crescendo? Look, it's a great question. And in early December secretary, Madison I met with all the military contributors of our coalition, including many countries they've been attacked from ISIS out of. Syria, and the unanimous view was that is not defeated. This mission is not over. I do not think there would be a single expert. They would walk in the Oval Office until the president that this is over. And that is why we always said that the mission was the enduring defeat devices not just taking physical caliphate. But getting the arrangements in place to ensure that vacuum out open in its wake. And that's why we were setting up the conditions that have this very serious intense negotiations with the Russians which I think was setting up in a pretty good spot. Until again, we we we throw away all of our leverage by announcing we're leaving on. There's also very serious risk to Iraq. This is of course, one third of Syria in which thousands of foreign fighters and suicide bombers poured from Syria into Iraq that we are. Now, a announcing to the world that we are going to leave without having any plan for who is going to take our place. So again, I think the consequences are quite serious. That's why I would recommend to the president to halt these orders reassess the situation but short of that. Think we just have to face very hard reality. I mean, you couldn't make it up. Really it just does sound very perplexing. Indeed. For all the reasons that you state, can I ask you to give me your personal analysis opinion of what role secretary Mattis played? And I don't just mean as a foam Kamanda a secretary of defense. But a somebody who it has to be said the rest of the world look to as a salutary influence on a president who is not versed in military affairs, or foreign affairs secretary Mattis is one of our greatest Americans, I the honor to work very closely with him over these last two years, but also many times previously really over the last decade combat veteran spent a lot of time in war-zones that is actually very important experience. You wanna have people have actually know what it's like on the ground. What this is like, no we're talking about. So his voice in the room was just a critical. Kind of stabilizing factor as the national security team deliberated and made decisions when President Trump came in. You know, we did we did a strategic review of the Conroy campaign. And we looked at elements in which we could exceleron the campaign, and we put a number of decisions to the president and the president made those decisions and those were good decisions. That was a that was a strategic review that was really run by my office together with secretary Mattis in sector, Tillerson at the time. And I think it was actually done quite professionally and thoroughly and have you heard from America's allies in this, particularly the ones you've been talking to in the wake of this decision. There is concern about where this is heading. And I think particularly are our allies in Europe that were prime targets for ISIS, and you're the attacks and the attacks in Paris, one hundred thirty civilians dead in the streets of Paris, those attacks came directly from Syria, they were planned in Raka. They were organized in Maharaj, they terrace combat team out through Syria. To infiltrate into Paris of the same thing with the Brussels airport attack. So these are very serious threats emanating from Syria, and these countries and capitals, all of whom have put their blood and treasure on the line as part of our coalition under the umbrella of American leadership are extremely concerned about the decision that was just made. And the fact that again, we don't have a plan for what's coming. It's one thing to say, look, we should leave serious think of plants note that thing to announce we're leaving Syria, and then to try to think of the plan later, and that's what's going on now. And I think it is it's increasing the risk to our forces on the ground. It's increasing the risks to our partners who under threat from from ISIS. You know, you've laid it out very succinctly. And you've sort of touched on the fact that yes, of course, if we want to withdraw troops, but we should have a plan. Not do it vice versa. But what do you say to the American people to the president who ran on a promise of bringing back forces? These wars have been going on since. Two thousand and one after nine eleven, you know, the forever wars people in America fed up with them against the great question. That was those a drive that was it's obviously a driving influence within the Trump presidency and President Obama also, of course, had that view in that comes from the American people in the the experience of our country over the last decade that is why how ever we design the counter ISIS campaign to address that. And again, this this element of a very low cost very high impact campaign Americans are not fighting in the streets of Syrian Syrian cities and towns series are doing the fighting rocko, which was the capital ISIS through its under which all these threats were being these plots were these plots being hatched and launched ISIS was taken down by series without the loss of a single American life. So we designed this campaign actually to address that. And again, my head is spinning because I recall, very, very very very clearly so many in the national security. Of field and also Trump when he was running as campaigning with very very critical of President Obama precipitously pulling out of Iraq. And what did that lead to ISIS the rise of ISIS? And then what that lead to reinserting tens of thousands, if not more US troops. I mean, we've seen this movie before in the Middle East to two things presence matters and credibil- credibility matters. So an American handshake has to matter and your presence on the ground matters. And that does not mean again that we were planning or we should have planned to stay in Syria forever for twenty years. It does mean that we should have presence on the ground to help us in a negotiation with adversaries like Russia than our presence on the ground helps at the table and having been a diplomat at the table. You wanna have that on your back number one, the consistency of American foreign policy in the leadership behind you and presence on the ground. That is what it diplomat really needs to get things done. And we just pull the plug on that. It's really very perplexing with very very potentially dramatic consequences. Brett mcgurk former presidential envoy for Syria and ISIS. Thank you very much. Indeed. Thank you, Sean. Sean. You don't want not smart job boards that overwhelmed with tons of the wrong resumes. Luckily, there's a smarter way to hire at ZipRecruiter. Ziprecruiter's powerful matching technology finds the right people for you. And actively invites them to apply. It's no wonder that ZipRecruiter is rated number one by employers in the US this rating comes from hiring sites on trust pilot with over one thousand reviews and right now listeners can try ZipRecruiter for free at ZipRecruiter dot com slash on poor. 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But no public holiday for congress because of this continued shutdown, however, congress can claim an important markup for the first time in history African Americans hold the same proportion of congressional seats twelve percent as their proportion of the population at large and yet while more than half a century is passed since Martin Luther King spoke about his American dream today, racial inequality. Stubbornly persists in a moment. How it affects black Manelli millennials when we talked to the author Renita Allen, but I those fighting for racial Justice. Give us a reality. Check. Rashad Robinson is the president of the leading nonprofit color change. And he tells a hurry screen of awesome that we need to confront the calls. Instead of the symptom. For those familiar with the organs. Asian what is color of change? Do what's it's mission color of change in next generation, racial Justice organization, and we were founded after Kane, Katrina, and that moment where black people were literally on their roofs begging for the government to do something. And we're left to die and the feary behind the start of color of change was that the movement needed a new type of infrastructure to capture the energy and aspirations and demands of black folks in their allies if every race folks were giving to the Red Cross when they could be working for systemic change. How could we pay our technology and media and organizing together to build the type of momentum in power that did the thing that was really at the heart of Katrina where no one was nervous about disappointing black people government corporations and media. And so the idea behind color of change is how do we translate these wide Ray? Range of moments that are happening every single day, and our society and give people the ability to collectively take action, and then translate that action into strategic, cultural and political change. How do you do that? Is it public pressure is private pressure? It's a mix of both, you know, private pressure for us only really works. If there is this idea that public pressure as possible. And so sometimes we have to hold out the idea that public pressure is coming sometimes we can work behind the scenes to push our demands sometimes this about reward. Sometimes it's about a shame. But all of that is about creating a sense that those who are empower need to know that there are consequences for racism there consequences for behaviors that put our community imperil one of I remember guys coming on the field, so to speak even post Katrina was. When you were able to exert pressure on Glenn Beck and looking back now, I mean that was because of some of the comments that he was making the divisive rhetoric looking now, and that was two thousand nine and here we are nine years after and we have nine term members of congress who are just starting to face consequences for things that they've been saying that episode. Glenn Beck relatively speaking seems tain today in some ways, it does seem tame I do think. That some of this is is Evan flow. And I do think that while it's important in the media culture to think about rhetoric because media oftentimes about rhetoric when we look at what's happening in our congress with someone like Steve king. I think it's it's it's important that folks are calling out his rhetoric now though, I think more journalists to ask why now and why not just Steve king? But the larger question is not about folks in power and policymakers rhetoric, but actually their policy what are the impact of the policies that they are putting forth voting rights civil rights. Like, these are all things from criminal Justice immigration that Steve king had a say over he was able to implement and move racist policies policies that have deep impact on people's lives. And so I. Really hope that as we move this discussion forward than we talk about sort of the words that were able to not just kind of have outrage about those, but actually go much deeper and be more clear that it's the policies that have the real deep impact on people every single day. There's sometimes this conception that racism is a generational issue that it will die out over time that it will move towards equality. We have those images and Charlottesville, these young men that just maybe out of college or little after that. And with their faces in full Tiki torch light. You know? The voted ever since Lyndon Johnson signed the Civil Rights Act in the Voting Rights Act. No democrat that needed black votes has gotten a majority of the white vote. We do live in a very deeply divided country along race. And I don't think we get around that by refusing to talk about it or thinking that it will just change overnight far too often people think about any quality as unfortunate almost like a car accident. And I don't just mean people who don't always agree with us on the issue. I mean, lots of people and so instead of seeing inequality as unjust. And when you see inequality is unfortunate, so many of the solutions that people think about our charitable solutions. Let's in water bottles to Flint and said of working to actually deal with the pipes. Let's clean up inner city school instead of dealing with public education making public education equal, let's deal with reentry. Sense versus versus the cause. And so part of the challenge that we've had over many decades we've worked to deal with a lot of symptoms and not a lot of causes and change has actually happened. And in in that sort of where we haven't done all of the work to bring people along at the same time. They're powerful forces in the White House on their powerful forces in the media, their powerful force in our culture that have a lot at stake at keeping the status quo in place at keeping the rules rigged and keeping us divided to in order to do that. And and for people of good faith who are watching this for people who are on the sidelines. The, you know, the fight to ensure that our democracy allows all of our voices to be counted is not just the fight for black people. Not just the. Fight for people of color the attacks that have happened. Via racism on our education system on our health system on our environment. The way that racism has been used as a wedge has hurt all of society and the question will be is keeping racist status quo policies in place. So been official to folks that people are willing to risk their own health their own environment their own education, and all the other things that have really the gun to fall apart because racism has been used as a wedge to break down the structures of our society. The ways that we ensure that Justice is actually served in our systems, one of yours focusing on social platforms. What are you asking of them? What's happening there like many institutions that grow very quickly? There have to be rules of the road. And as we started to deal with. Platforms like Facebook and watched how they dealt with low enforcement without any rules or regulations oftentimes, bypassing kind of warrants in civil rights law by providing information to to law enforcement, really violating the the pack that people thought they had about privacy with those platforms the way that algorithms could be used to violate the nineteen sixty four Civil Rights Act. Like you could put an ad on Facebook. That said I only wanna market this house to white people. And and the way that race was weaponized during the twenty sixteen election, really breaking down. A whole set of trust about how we think about our elections, and how we think about voting and democracy, while we have been engaged with Facebook really pushing them to do a civil rights audit and look at all their policies put into real structures about how they think about policies and practices. We found out via the New York Times that while they were telling us sort of really great things about what they were gonna be doing and talking to us about this audit and hiring the people to do it. They had hired a PR firm to attack us at the same time employing, this firm to sort of move these narrows about who was funding us, and that we didn't have our own ideas, which were deeply racists in this idea that black people don't control their own ideas of many of the ways that the student nonviolent coordinating committee, and Dr king, we're sort of tact in the sixties by saying that they were puppets of some larger. Entity as if they didn't have their own ideas for fighting for their for Justice, and one of the things that we really need from both. Our regulators members of congress those that invest in Facebook is to hold the largest communications platform that the world has ever seen one of the largest corporations out there accountable for basic practices around privacy around data sharing around civil rights, and that is going to be incredibly important because they have so much access to so much of our information. There was a now famous litter from a former employee of theirs Mark lucky as he left the company. He had great statistics on how much more engaged African Americans are on Facebook all the metrics Facebook wishes that had about other communities as well. But that it was also not a positive experience for so many of them. Because when they would post something either the algorithm or other people were able to essentially create ways for that content to be censored. Well, I mean, that's one of the things that we've seen in. And it's not just that. It's organizations having their content blocked. You know? You know? Many kind of forces inside of Facebook conservative force inside of Facebook have put this idea of conservative bias at the same level as civil rights. We oftentimes talk about is there's left in there's right. And there's right and there's wrong, and so civil rights somehow a left issue now. And so Facebook will do a training for their folks that are monitoring around the election monitoring the platform around the election and the same day, they do a training on voter suppression. They did a training on voter fraud. Which is basically this. Donald Trump conspiracy theory on that's been advanced by the right? It's like why don't you do training on is the world flat? And the and the idea that they they've put the politicized civil rights to such a point where ad for a pride parade in a pride celebration becomes a political ad and not just like an ad for people coming together is an example of many of the ways that Facebook has to sort of recognize and all these platforms have to recognize that they've gotta have a moral Rutter one of the big or challenges that they've had. And this is really a challenge that they're trying to fight because of what's happening in Europe is that these companies are trying to avoid any type of regulation all cost. These companies will have to think very clearly about how they engage in his upcoming twenty twenty election back in twenty sixteen. We've. Forced many companies to divest from the RNC convention because of the rhetoric of Donald Trump in the lead up to the election all of the platforms, like Google and Facebook, and we got on the phone with them and urged him to divest from the RNC convention. They told us that they were media platforms that they had to be at both conventions for both sides. Now, we've seen Mark Zuckerberg go to congress and say that they're not a media platform. So now what will their excuse be for enabling racism? There's also the power of traditional media. Whether it's the news industry or really the entertainment industry. There's a relatively small group of people in Hollywood create and manufacture the perception of how life is or how life should be. So how does an organization like yours tackle that? We really think a lot about this. We a couple of years ago opened an office in Hollywood and put real energy behind focusing on these images with the larger. Idea that we do have to change culture culture, oftentimes precedes policy shift, and and one of the couple of things that we really focus on we've worked with UCLA USC on a number of reports to really look at both diversity and writers rooms, the writers rooms that create this shows and look at how these shows are created who's in the room who's writing the stories that reach America and as a result. What what are we missing as a result and seeing? A whole set of challenges in terms of access that black folks if people of color and women have had to being able to create and write Intel authentic stories, they're going to reach folks, we're releasing a report that looks at crime on TV and all the crime shows, and how they not only portray black people on those shows, but how they portray a criminal Justice system that is deeply unfair that we've had folks on the left and the right say is deeply unfair. But our Justice system is oftentimes portrayed on TV is just a set of individuals moving forward the law that the heroes are the folks working inside the system everyone on the outside is a criminal. You see oftentimes these cases that start with the crime, and in with a verdict within an hour when people when what we really know is that people are oftentimes lacking behind bars for months and months and years and years way. Waiting trials. And oftentimes they're not because they are guilty. But because they are poor because they are black because they're not powerful. Here. We are more than fifty years after the I have a dream speech, and you talk about civil rights, and you talk about voter rights where are we in that longer arc of not even achieving the dream? But in the process toward it. You know, I think that we're in a deep struggle right now. I I look at many of the rollbacks on many of the ways that voting rights were under attack doing this past election in places like Georgia, and Florida and elsewhere, I think about the work that we have to do to not just be on the defensive so much of the work in previous decades was about defending and protecting the things that were one doing the sixties and as a next generation racial Justice organization. I really do believe that so much of our work. Has to be about what what are the next generation campaigns the next generation policies that we are putting forth that will allow us to move forward in a more multiracial, democracy, more multiracial society. And so not just thinking about how do we protect things like the Voting Rights Act, but what is the new Voting Rights Act? What are the policies in states around the country and federally that we need to push to ensure that not just that we protect the vote, but that we make every vote or cat not just every vote count. And for us at color of change constantly sort of thinking about that. And thinking about when we asked people to take an action on something that they're outraged on something that they're worried about how do we translate that into a policy fight? And you know, the politics are not always going to be there. And so some of that right now has to be about. Tilling the soil about putting forward big demands. Even know we may not yet have the policy, but recognizing that will never get there. If we refuse to actually be aspirated if we fuse to actually put forward what we really want. Sean Robinson color of change. Thanks so much. Thanks for having me. So daring to know what you want. It is perhaps not surprising to hear about him next gen approach to civil rights when so many young black people in the United States feel frustrated and disillusioned by the current state of play author unequal Allen talked to dozens of black millennials from all over the United States for her new book. It was all dream. It's called a new generation confronts. The broken promise to black America. And I've been speaking to her about those broken promises and the significance in front of her books title. Renisha Allen, welcome to the program. Thanks for having me here cushy on. So you've risen this book. And it's getting a lot of buzz, and you particularly have sort of the millennial experience. What is the significance of the title? It was all dream. So it was all dream is a lyric from rob song from the notorious via gee, when I was growing up as a young person in the nineties, and it was about this rapper from bedside a very poor neighborhood in New York City, having his dreams become realized he was making it he had money all of a sudden. And for me, I realized that something that didn't quite feel so possible anymore is I inter my thirties. And as I saw a lot of my millennials. Peter's really struggling to have their dreams realized. So I was wondering is it all it dream? It was all dream. It felt like, you know, Barack Obama his presidency was ending and people were still really struggling. And while millennials. I think overall struggle black moon. Were having a specific and unique time and in a hard time kind of just dealing with growing up. So let me let me just get straight though, you sort of on the cutting edge in that you're one of the original sort of older generation of millennials right now. So are you saying that when you heard this song and his experience Dettori is about this other Rapa things were looking like they were better, and you feel now than not so good? Absolutely, absolutely. I came of age like like, you mentioned I'm an older millennial and when I came of age things felt possible. Jesse Jackson was running for president. That was a big deal are parented endured. Affirmative action had benefited from -firmative action. Argentina parents like the first people that really were in corporate America. They were African Americans who were by all means kind of succeeding, even though a lot of them grew up with with segregation. But our parents were doing well by by many. Accounts in all of a sudden when we came of age, it didn't seem like that necessarily was the case, you know, Barack Obama was such a high moment for a lot of young black millennials. But at that same time, we had a proclaim to the world that black lives matter that our lives matter. There was a humanity that I think we've still were fighting for and it felt exhausting. We have cell phone technology now. Right. So you can see a lot of our pain and struggle every day. We saw Mike Brown laying out we see these videos of young black bodies getting attack constantly over and over people getting shot in the street, and that's a hard place to be. So so let me ask you because I want to you've done a huge amount of research you've written this book. And I wonder whether you have synthesized why this is happening. I just read one of your quotes you write today. I laugh at my early nineties. Notion of making it yet out his cool. It never really changed. My American dream was not to mess up. My dream was to defy expectations to be unpredictable to do something better. And something more than my ancestors. So I mean, you had those hopes what you think went wrong so to speak who I'm in student debt college. What went wrong, I think America, his always been hard for young black people? I think it's hard for millennials in general. You know, there was a piece just this week about millennial burnout from BuzzFeed. So I think it's hard for this generation. I think there's a lot of uncertainty. We don't have the jobs that are parents that we have to get degrees. If we wanted just make it ahead a little bit those factory jobs. Right. The you could go to high school, and you know, have an have a job on a factory line in in B. Okay. And have a home on. That's the -bility has gone. Right. So many of my peers are freelancers, there's uncertainty. We have a lot of student debt those jobs. I don't know anybody who's been on a job for ten years. And I definitely don't know anyone who's had a pinch in. So I. Think that it's really difficult. There's a lot of uncertainty in that's being passed down to this generation. And I think that is the difference. And then I should say I think the other difference is having Barack Obama become president. Right. The idea possibility realize Obama was such a tremendous figure whether you like him or not or disagree with his politics. It was the site of. Yes, we can't achieve but then I'm looking at the world after and I'm looking at black America after I'm looking at how people of color in this country being treated, I'm looking at what happened in Charlottesville enough to all that after all the excitement of having someone like the rock Obama in the White House where we are today. We feel more divided than ever feels like we have to still fight and fight and fight for humanity. And we saw Barack Obama and Michelle Obama in their kids have to do that. And that's a hard hard place to be. I mean, I don't wanna say that many of us bought into this kind of idea that we were. Becoming a post racial society. But even the young men and women that I talked to some of them actually believe that they thought that we were going to be in a better place and to see that America's not if we're actually in a worse place than ever. And that's that's a tough thing. I think to deal with what it is tough. It's tough to hear you say as well to you said to be in a worse place than ever. It's really hard to hear you say that. And of course, you do highlight the difference the actual factual difference and difference of opportunity between black and white millennials which presumably mirrors the difference between blacks and whites in America, period. But let me ask you this. Because you quote in your book, the current President Donald Trump who once said a well educated black has a tremendous advantage over well educated white in terms of the job market. Now, I believe he said that in one thousand nine hundred nine and he may or may not still think that but do programs like affirmative action help. I mean, I will what do you make of that statement? I think it's misguided. I think it was misguided in the eighties. Misguided? Today's though, I mean, we know that this thing that is white privilege is like it's not made up lake being white in America does provide you with like a boost in society. Whether you see it or not, it is a thing by virtue people just giving you the benefit of the doubt when you walk into a room not saying, I grew up with a lot of privilege, right? I grew up in the black middle class. I did not actually I did not come from many slums or poverty, but I will say that programs. Like affirmative action. I think actually did benefit people like myself, my mom, just because we don't have the networks. Right. You might have had if it Donald Trump's father. I mean that gave him a huge boost in while a lot of Americans don't have that they may have a friend or no friend of a friend. Let me just give you some statistics. Go to what you're saying. The National Academy of sciences lost year said hiring discrimination against. Hasn't changed in the last twenty five years, if you're black Latino you have to work harder just to get an interview. Even if you as well qualified as white candidates. I spoke with William John Doe who has you know, was working in the Obama White House in the my brother's keeper program, and he said to me even a year ago similar to what you're saying. Let's just play it been ninety nine percent of American communities, if you're black boy, you're going to have a consistent and persistent income gap from your white male peer, even if you were born with the same economic circumstances. So if you're a millionaire black boy your chances of being incarcerated or the same as a white boy from the household that has thirty six thousand you're just as likely to fall out of the top income brackets as you are to stay. If you're an African American boy. So just just stunning data. Is that consistent with what you're finding? Oh, absolutely. Absolutely. I mean, one my name is Ronny CuA. An obviously I have been able to. Some of those barriers and get job interviews, but you know, just having a name Renita on a resume, obviously impediment. Studies have shown over and over and over again. I mean, my the people that I spoke to in the book consistently said like so much that I actually was like tired of hearing it that they said we have to work twice as hard. We cannot screw up in in. You know, Bill say that I saw this myself that I saw my white colleagues saying, oh, we didn't have to. We didn't get internships. We just kinda got drunk the whole time in college where so many of these young black people having internship after internship having to consistently prove themselves on the workforce to their pairs to their bosses. It's hard for everybody. Like this millennial generation has it rough. It doesn't always matter about skin color. We have an uncertainty in an economic ins -iety that I think we haven't had in the past. But on the job front. It is still hard even with a college degree in generally because we have more student debt black America does not have wealth. We saw her parents become wiped out by the recession. And it's actually quite outrageous. When people say, well, it looks like a even playing field. And I think that's like the hard part for me about this generation that yes, the black man can become president Oprah's on television. There's each suray there. There's black success out here. But like, why aren't we getting it and people don't quite get it that like those folks are like the exceptions you broach. Black lives matter, we have seen actually a sort of almost culture shift in some areas, you see what's happening in Hollywood, major black directors major stories that they're directing you can see in editors of major cultural magazines and things of black people of color and they're changing the tone of the editorial. And what you see on the cover of these magazines. I wonder whether whether that strikes you is. Hopeful how you how you analyze that? Yeah. I think it's absolutely hopeful. Right. I think that people are recognizing that African Americans and also people of color like their voices in some ways do matter. However, and I say that with a very follow fire that we're still not the folks that that whole power. I mean a piece on Twitter pitcher on Twitter was just posted a reporters for another network. And it was no African Americans that is a huge overnight. Right. You look at Hollywood you look at. The number of executives, and they're largely in for television and film right there, largely white and largely male still. So we have a long long way to go. You look at the people who have power, even though, you know, despite Barack Obama and house and congress, and it's still largely white this, particularly with this current administration the people that are on the top that are millionaires at a making success. Like that power structure still hasn't changed. You do actually talk about a maybe self selecting solution. I don't know, but you describe this phenomenon which I found fascinating. And I didn't know about of so many young black millennials actually moving from the north which we thought was the land of opportunity Gnoll and all these other states that once save holding states a moving down south that I find fascinating what is going on there? I mean, I was sitting in a election night in New York City in a bar and someone. Said, you know, we need to make America great again. And I don't think it's solely about this administration or or just Donald Trump or who's in the White House. But I think near city it doesn't exactly feel so great and liberating anymore. Teen Lee get followed. When I go out in a store in the upper east side, and the south has like a different vibe. There is a vibrant middle class there. HP see us for the people that I interviewed in this book HVAC us were huge Houston. And I mean, historically, black universities. It was a huge part of their identity in them coming to terms with themselves and their blackness people felt in ease of the south going back home. They felt welcomed and they felt that race relations somehow it was all out there. And so also economic opportunities. Right. Absolutely. Absolutely. I mean, you have I think there's more black wealth. There's educated they're more networks where people to tap into. So people really young black people are leaving New York and leave. Another places in Chicago that were deemed the promised land. Because I think if feels like they weren't so you know, they weren't fulfilling its promise. So why not go to places where it feels like home? Well, Bruni Allen. Thank you so much. Indeed for joining me. Thank you so much for having me here. Some sobering reflections on the lack of structural change for the civil rights movement. 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EP 53: Production Design On Any Film Level with Sam Lisenco
"Eighty filmmakers. My Name is Ted n welcome to the podcast at fifty three. Now on this episode we have production designers, Sandal Sankoh who is the designer behind film such as uncut gems films, like Francis Films like eighth grade, and the reason why I'm so excited about today's episode is that we are talking about production design in a way that I think a lot of people don't recognize that is design where you're designing girl to look completely invisible so real that you don't even notice it or think about will and in the. The actual conversation that we're having with. Sam, we talk about not only how I became Prussian designer starting off in New York with one of the most absurd stories that I've ever heard of as far as people that he's run into in the way that worked together, but crossing talk a little bit, but his philosophy of filmmaking philosophy of production design and talk about the difference between how something can look right now. Something can just look pretty and actually the difference between the two, and how important it is to distinguish nece. Yourself South without much further ado, episode fifty three of the evening mogul podcast. Let's do this. Doing, get. Doing all things considered I'm doing good. All things considered doing okay. The world is on fire and. Today. We're talking about building worlds so I. Think it all Kinda ties in nicely. Off Real quick, I think the place that I really want to start this off and is. Uncut gems last week and need like a kitten. Behold me or something. So high impact and so high energy and. The feeling of it is crazy and in a lot of it comes from the world so. I guess to kick things off. As a production designer I think a lot of people have ideas of what a production designer does, but from your eyes. What do you see as kind of the main purpose and role of being a PD? And I think. I think I probably would have given a different answer a few years ago. but I I in the place I. Now and and I. Don't WanNa, proselytizer or presume that my methodology for what the craft is the right attitude to have, but I think that As some of the movies that have gotten. As of late gotten bigger and some of the filmmakers that came up with are doing bigger movies themselves. I kind of see myself as A bit of a funnel by which I am ingesting and processing sometimes fucking Hottie, creative concepts that are in the director's mind even if they haven't flush them out and then communicating that to a group of facilitators beneath me in a capacity that tries to engage everybody. Within the confines of the art department or any artisanal creative craftsperson. And alleviate that responsibility from the director so like in some ways It's become for me more of like tomorrow. Director like I'm kind of. At the next location or the set build processing, what potentially any film maker or cinematographer might? Take into consideration in the process of them trying to develop a scene onset, and I'm just like problem solving the ship one day ahead of time so that when they show up. I have in some way. conceptualize like Oh, they're probably going to put the camera here if I put this couch here, so therefore I'm GonNa. Put the couch here or whatever that winds up being so I think it's a little bit of just like. Visualizing all the needed elements of the crap, just a little bit ahead of the movie so that I can make sure that they have everything they need when they get there. In the beginning, you were talking about kind of a group of people coming to you that you need a facilitate vision to is. That'd be a lot of time. You have your group team your art department coming to you and saying you know what is the vision for this? And then you go to? The the director hasn't fully fleshed that out, so you have. To do the creative, a little bit of the Legwork to institute certain extent. By the time I've booked job or gotten to a place with a director where I'm clearly the person that they want to collaborate with. By that point, usually maybe seventy percent of the movie has been visualized in my head. It's like the look book is the most important before I've even book. The job is the most important critical moment for me to process and digest the script and then it's like if I can internalize it and understand it, and really have a strong sense of self as to what general direction I needed to go. Even if I can't I don't have all the answers yet. As long as some some momentum to kick that football downfield. Then you're. You're really just kind of guiding. That critical aesthetic. Direction so that you can encourage people like a decorator or as a charge scenic or all these other elements that have finite integral. Micro skills that are super important to the process of making a movie digestible Just WanNa make sure that they're encouraged and they're bringing their a game, you know. And and a lot of time. Some of that is like me, acknowledging that I don't know the answer you know for example I know. We're going to talk about later, but like eighth grade I was never a teenage girl I. Didn't I didn't process that life growing up? So it's like it's very important for me to be able to encourage especially women in the art department to bring their their. Yeah. And so I think it's. It's really just about becoming that kind of like. Factory manager where it's like you got the blueprints and you. You're just explaining to the crew how to make it happen, and then processing and digesting their concerns and making sure they're not burnt out and then. Taking the best of what they make, and bringing it back to the top and delivering the product. And all of that being a consideration of trying to be one one step ahead of of the shooting crew you. Real quick so I. Think a lot of people don't realize this that are working on the. Super Indy level, but. Most of the time on larger films, productions designers will. Constantly be one step ahead. The always be at the location that the crew is going to move to next setting up off the fiscal. And kind of creating the world elements before the director and the become. She thinks one of the things that I think a lot of people don't realize is just how many roles are within the department, so you were talking before about kind of. Each person having kind of a find very specialized skill that they have. Gone through a couple of those roles so on a movie grade. People look at it and they're like. What is the design here? This is just A. Girl's room, but it's it's way more than that obviously right for share so to speak to the first after point, I think it's really important to understand that like it's kind of a snake that eats itself when I was first out of school in working on a anything of creative import that I could get my hands on, and just like trying to be as an involved in movie, making as possible like in a Brazilian sense I loved being an, and that was an integral part of my craft was sitting at the Monitor, tweaking and being part of that that momentum, and then as time has gone on I actually kind of. Depending on the movie, obviously, there are times where I I enjoy a mentally, but certain certain times I find it abhorrent to be there at monitor like I the idea of breaking fiction that I've worked so hard to develop and seeing a grip have to move some furniture. Put a light standing like makes me wanNA vomit and so hurts. For me when the crew shows up nowadays, it's like okay I, did it? Casino hands like moving on I can't be here to watch. You guys destroy this world because you've got to put gaff tape on the floor. But I think. You're. Corrupting this beautiful room. For sure. And I think over time because it's just like mind numbing to see like the crew show up with their the bottled water and stuff, and so like nowadays I'm Kinda like okay. Well I'm going to throw a because. You guys need me to do it. Because I'm the only person worrying about Mar, but also be because I just I can't deal with watching forty takes where you're breaking a glass on the on the floor. and. And, then to to the second to the second question I I try to as you. As you accumulate, or at least in my case, you start to meet people who? I think as far as a facet of being a good designer as you start to meet people where you can engage critically like certain things that they're really good at even if they don't have names for positions yet, so by the time they become real movies. You have your charge scenic. Your head painter, the paint department, the Construction Department your draftsmen who are working in the blueprints in the office and he starts figure out these annex of WHO does what? I can give you a quick example like I was before coronavirus happened, I was prepping. The. Sesame street movie for Warner Brothers. and. Unfortunately fell apart until next year, but But we decided early on that because of the kind of cultural capital of sesame street. How important it is so many people that blueprints that were built that we're drawing in the art office and sending to the construction shop where something that we really wanted to be considerate of historically, and so we were hand drafting the hero buildings of sesame street the Brownstone. Brownstone the CARRIAGE HOUSE MR, Hooper store secondary buildings We were doing. We were drawing on computer, but there was something tangible about it so that we were finding the kinds of people who certain draft men are better at hand drying and we were having them work on the classic. Sesame Street buildings because they put a little heart into those elements. That kind of thing so. You know all of those departments from set decoration to props to to Construction you. You kind of started. Figure out in whatever city you're working in. Who's who feels good with what elements and then user to kind of build a of language and communication, but those people is it fair to say that the production any sort of makes everything that's physical and the senior everything that you see in a in a movie because I think part of the roles that she said there. You know I'm familiar with A. A lot of them, but for a lot of people out there especially if they're coming from the camera department, or the on the Super Indy level, you know the draftsmen. The here had seen the here. These kinds of terms and they're like I. Don't know what that is. I don't know what these people do. What are the main roles? How does this all tie into making an eighth graders bedroom? Like. As a as a production designer, I think if you're trying to pick up a chicken a bar. Yeah, I'm in charge of everything that you see that's not the actor I think from a more scientific and kind of like more heartfelt perspective. It's more just I'm the person who's in charge of being considerate of what the movie looks like you know. I think a great example is like. and said this before to other people, you can never ask a DP shot looked because they're so concentrated on the frame line, and where the actors in the frame are in the frame that they're not watching the background you know, and oftentimes, if I need a second opinion of somebody who is unsettled, go to the script supervisor because I know that they're watching the movie as a movie so I think if my is being done effectively. The World of the movie should be should disappear as a consideration for the audience, and you should just be lost in the movie and not be thinking about how it looks, and if also it looks really good, then you've done a good job. Yeah absolutely. One of the things that. I want to jump into because we. We've done one production designer episode in the past as a lot of love, a lot of love for PD and kind of learning how the building constructions bill so I guess one of the things I want to ask because we've been asked this before, too. We have a couple questions from twitter that actually people that are just excited to ask questions to you of already. But yeah, it's exciting. People. This was happening, so we got a couple of those questions coming in, but I think what I want to start off with is because I know that there's a lot of aspiring PD's that What the show! Really I want to take it back to kind of. How did you start getting into production design? Where this past are for you? Sure? They didn't teach it in school yet in film school. I graduated. In two thousand six. I'm from New York and went to Boston University and They. It was just a generalized film education, and this was kind of at the dawn of host Wes Anderson. People care about movies and this entire generation of kids who didn't know what they wanted to do. Who probably like a generation earlier would have been sociology majors? All of a sudden film school becomes this huge thing. Post interesting. Emerson have an impact. I feel like there was there was something in the water at that moment where arthouse cinema surge bleed into mainstream and there was this Jason. Reitman was. Was Doing. His thing is consideration of like twee as a as a lifestyle brand lake. Piso doesn't knows a thing. So I think I think. Film schools became wildly successful, nationwide and and. Everybody on Earth wanted to be a director. I didn't I know. I've really had minimal interest in being a a a traditional filmmaker but I knew I knew I was really good at facilitating I know it was really good at digesting the concept in the science and filmmaking and communicating that stuff but I didn't want to be a storyteller society I wound up meeting this dude on the street one day Year. We became fast friends. We were in film classic restarted making shorts than his brother. Transferred to Boston University what does that mean on the street? You just like up the hamburger. You picked it up. We were we were standing on Commonwealth Avenue in Boston on campus, waiting for the light to change, and I looked at him. I was like Oh. This guy looks like new. York Guy! I I feel like I can talk to this guy. He did the same and and the rest is history so I I became. That was Josh Staffy then. Benny Saffy wasn't at bu yet in. And Josh and I moved in together. We roommates. Junior year and senior year. We have this this apartment. And by that's how you. So. This. Is what started kind of this? This trajectory uncut gems was just mutant directors. On the street, yeah! We had we had a lot of similar mentalities in terms of challenging. We I mean we were. We challenging teachers constantly, we were really rebellious like I remember taking a low brow comedy class and I started cutting class to go bowling, and then the professor heard about it, so he started cutting his own class to come bowling with us, and then pretty soon the entire class, which just started showing up with the bullying I, just because I didn't. I didn't want to deal with his low brow credit. But yeah, there is this kind of attitude we were like. Kind of all big big swinging. On campus you weren't you weren't tweet. which was really popular at the time? Dawson's Creek, which popular ten years before the? You. Yeah, we were kind of aggressive, and I was obsessed with the French new wave, and he was obsessed with like seventies American cinema and there was just enough of a van diagram where we were like. Okay, we, we come together. And on those early days, I mean we were the three of US along. With two other BU kids. Traits Brecqhou. It's just started pumping out. As we could. And I was the producer and. Short films especially like in College immediately out of college, and when you move back to New York and you've got to pay your rent and figure out how to do that. Producing meant like everything feeding people picking up the talent, but it also meant. Dealing with locations, getting the props, making sure everything looked right. There's a lot of people listening to this that probably relate to that and are like that's my life. Yeah, and I knew that the aesthetically creative stuff I enjoyed more. But it was the same kind of problem solving ended. There's very little that even even on the movies I do now I don't see very very much different between what a line producer does with production designer does except the line producer is dealing with the business of making the movie and the production designer is dealing with the day to day operations of the look of the movie, but the communication stuff and the preparatory nature of. It's very similar so that I could do it. I can totally deal with props. I could totally manufacture things, and I had a glue gun and I could make little props and things. Like logistics, making sure that all the physical elements needed to actually shoot the darn thing are right on time. That is absolutely what producer does I never thought about it that way. But it was the logistics of the creative stuff, the look of the thing, and that I really sunk my teeth into. Josh Benny and I got a studio downtown and we were just trying to I don't know how abbreviated you want the story because those. People. Do People do the full story better? Gets a little intense. It's pretty crazy so Josh Benny, and I moved back to New York I moved into an apartment with Josh, east, village and Ben, still had another year college, and we were trying to figure out how to pay rent doing like branded content like whatever you know Cynthia. Rowley or Kate Spade, whatever whoever would give us ten grand to make a short. We would do it And we had, we were very successful in Film Festivals Film Festival Circuit with our short films. But we were also accruing debt like flying around to like Sarasota or slam dance, or whatever so so we were kind of digging a hole, but we decided. We really need to get a studio. That was a priority one. We just need space like a brain tube. and. We had both worked for this. New York artists briefly Tom Sachs as studio hands, just doing fine arts, Steph and through him. We were introduced to Casey nine stat and his brother. Van Nuys Stat. Who's going on in this story? And get really. Really. Watching gyms right. This is random people popping in and out. Okay, I haven't even scratched. Okay Continue Sitting Casey says one day he's like. If you guys want to come help out in the studio, or whatever like we have we? We got our own studio downtown. There's empty spaces in the building there cheap. Why don't you come? Check it out, so we wound up getting a studio in the same building as the nice step brothers. And we were slowly expanding and doing brandon contents. We end up moving to a bigger studio on the top floor. Casey, Casey and Van were onto Casey van had the studio assistant named Oscar Boy San who now produces content with the softies. He kind of took over a lot of the produce oriole roles as I started to shift just an art. So now it's this rush on studio space and Josh and Bennies childhood friends. The show allman brothers. Rl, shellman and he uneven shellman wanted a studio space in the. Content oriented. nyu and they started making this dance documentary while we were trying to make our first movie, but then the movies that they were making certain to turn into this weird pseudo documentary about the younger shellman. You need shellman because he was on an online relationship, so they're making catfish across the street, oh my goodness. They're helping. They're helping us with our shorts domes and we're doing stuff. And then Casey's doing his thing and then. It had reached this point after a couple of years, where like I had either lived with Benny or Josh and was going to work with them every day, and we could just couldn't couldn't deal with space or time anymore, give it. There was probably like ten years where I saw one or both of them every day. And so I was like I'm GonNa. Move Out I'm going to get a different place so I call Arielle I'm like yeah. Arielle, let's get an apartment. He's like. Let's get a place in Chinatown, so we go were like trying to Greeson. Wheels in Chinatown gets in like non-english-speaking apartment we. Great space, but it's a little too big for ceiling, and we need a third person, so we wound up calling my old friend from fellow festivals. Greta. GERWIG and so Greta moved in with us and she was our third roommate. which is will get to when we talk about Francis Hawk? Because that movies whatever? And then Greta really wanted a studio. So there was an opening in the building. So then Greta gotTA studious. If she was broken, she needed to share it with somebody. So Ben Josh called Lena. Dunham, who was this young kid who hadn't made anything yet. She was just making sure it's and she lived five blocks away. Their parents apartment. Like Destroy Greta needs space. Do you WanNa? Share the space then. Lena moved in to the fourth floor with Greta, so it was like me and the Safti, brothers, Lena and Greta. Tonight step brothers I mean there are other people in like it's not just name-dropping. These are like half the people in this one block radius. The court thirteen guys from nyu around the corner, and that the guys that were became peg-leg, a clothing who had to make America was based on. We're next door. The nice that it was just like this weird little hive community of filmmakers, all sharing equipment in this one building. So in the middle of this. I was like I i. need some air from this and I really WANNA learn how to be a production designer, the real way instead of just like hot gluing stuff, so I went back and I started peeing on like traditional content so at night I would make stuff with them, and then during the day I would go and be an art PA on big sets, and I'll never forget and I've never told the story publicly, but after we finished the first daffy brothers feature. We were can and like I couldn't even afford a Tuxedo I stole a Tuxedo from Agnes be so I could go to the own red carpet. and I flew back because I had a job as a PA on this God. Awful movie that I can't even I don't even want to mention but I remember getting to set the next morning. Twenty four hours prior had been on a red carpet in the south of France with staffy brothers, and I was like maybe twenty years old. And then the next morning I got yelled at for two hours because I didn't tie a not the right way and the guy was like. If you're ever GONNA, make it in this business. You GotTA learn how to tie knots, and I just didn't say anything. I bit my tongue like okay so i. i kind of just started doing my days as a real PA I did that for about two years and then. Got Back into making movies with my friends again. So originally. But when the actual because. That's pretty crazy, right? Watched right now. Rogue stay. All kinds of that's that's. That's the family friendly version they all they all kind of hit at the same time, and they all went all in their separate ways Lena and Greta and the Safdie brothers, all kind of spiraled out of control simultaneously, so the whole scene fell apart very quickly like as quickly as it came together, it just vanished over. How long did this this community exist for? I'm pretty bad at the time line. I know that it was probably one year after school we moved into the building and then we were still there when Obama got elected. So it must have been like. Must have been about five years all in all that this. This was just dating before it kind of. coagulated. This into this mucus. Filmmaking Mucus discussed. That crazy. That's so random. The Most New York story I've ever heard that someday. Somebody will write a book that nobody will read about it. It'd be. It'd be a bestseller Amazon for all of to all of today's most books do these days. Okay does that does that bring us to where we are now I? Mean you said you did two years of the stuff? And then the movies were just doing on the side eventually off. So? Yeah, so then I came back and then like. My friends were making dope stuff and that started to than the dopes they were out doing themselves each time I mean the softies rise to power is interesting in and of it's own right, basically, the long and short is like they. We got a contract to commercial. Contract said we could keep the outtakes, so we just kept shooting and shooting and shooting and shooting, and pretty soon we had a feature. That was ours. Project was the Dow is called the pleasure of being robbed. It started as a as a branded content piece for kate spade which we delivered. It's a piece, but we had ever sixteen mill and we wound up shooting. Most of a features worth of stuff on, you hit a feature budget into a branded content piece at at the time She she she passed, but at the time. Kate spade and Andy. Spade were in the process of selling Kate Spade the company to Liz Claiborne. So we are contract was just lost in the ether. Andy spade like Yo I buried this in your contract. Why don't you guys just do whatever you? WanNa do so. He was I mean he was a benefactor. He helped with the finishing costs. Once we had in the CAN, and as a separate producer, so he was, he was super integral and giving them their start so once that started to happen. We were actually making feature length stuff. Then I started just calling myself a production designer and just. World Yeah Yeah and it was like Saffy brothers than down back, and then Barry, Levinson saw Francis hot and asked if I would design for him, and then after that all of a sudden I had a union card, and it became real the center. Yeah! That is absurd, that is. That is the most. Bad, story that we've we've heard a lot of stories on this Joe. Let me just say we've heard a lot of last production designer. Guy Hendrix amazing guy. History was like being with the president of Sony and like doing calligraphy of like product designs. Before he started working out, we were, we were little, and I don't want to discredit everyone whose name I just dropped. I don't want to discredit their work ethics like. We were working until we were bloody. We'd be there until three in the morning. Just like trying to make stuff and if we didn't have money to make stuff, we just shoot steph on pocket cameras, little cannons and stuff. But it! We were rebellious. We were like we would go to film festival than we were the youngest by far, so we would would be little. Drunk holes start fights with people and stuff I think in the grand scope of that full seen my. I was sort of relegated to to like the Oscar Isaac. In the COEN brothers folk movie character like I'm like on the fringe I was there for all of it like? Maybe somebody will dig up my record fifty six. Around. Cat crashing on the couch. UGH just casually observing part of it. You're playing. You're supporting it. Yeah, yeah, supporting player in in a much bigger story wasn't an extra, but I was a supporting player in this ridiculousness. Larry is what I love about. It is that I feel like it defies all the rules of what you're supposed to be doing. Right D- feel like having gone through and lived story that this is the only way it could have worked. Do you feel like there were pivotal times where? To the right direction I think there is definitely some water at the time that was very conducive to our methodology, because there were other people doing the same thing around the world, like same kinds of things were happening in France and in Canada. Not La at the time, but that's a whole different story, but. But at the time. You had a thriving indie world. You had this huge. Talent pool of kids who had just gotten out of film school. You had the rise at film festival culture in the mainstream for the first time south by southwest was was south by South West like it was. It was legendary. Even even second year festivals like Sarasota was all these killer festivals. Had some some output, and and also there is enough of an appetite think in mainstream culture to provide breadth of content and you know this was the height of IFC's power and I've had just been bought by Rainbow Media, so they wanted content. They just wanted to the channel and they wanted to be able to provide Sony pictures classics. There was this was the beginning of the offshoot of all this subbranch create twenty four, but there was definitely kind of. For it, so I think the timing was right to. To allow that that kind of stuff to happen and. It was also kind of that moment where streaming content on the Internet was now fast enough and high resin. Enough you know is the beginning of H. Two six four like. Companies specifically fashion and service economy stuff like wanting content online so badly that we could afford to pay our rent doing that. We were always paycheck to paycheck, but It was a ten thousand dollar job here. Ten thousand dollar job there, and that was enough to chip in the studio and pay our own rent, you know. So I don't know if that's still exists, but that's also because ten years out of it, so I don't really know I. Don't have my ear to the ground how how to do it right now, I can't imagine that dissimilar a but. But yeah now. I think we just Kinda threaded the needle at the right at the dawn of how to how to do it that way. And when I started. Actually being a real designer. Ten years from now I know like when the moment when it was a career, instead of just like making movies, I was the only designer I knew of who had done it that way, and now there's more now. There's a lot more really of these scrappy rebellious like we're GonNa make things no matter what and yeah, there is a significant delineation. Delineation in inside the industry of guys like me, who are self taught? Who didn't go to architecture school who went to film school and I can load an art. Be Elle magazine I can. I can run INAUGURA I. You know what I mean, but I, but I did I can't draft like I. I'm I used sketch up to communicate our conventional yeah? And it's only later. That I liked learn how to read blueprints because that that baseline language wasn't wasn't accessible to me until until I learned it the hard way later, but I feel like most traditional productions on yours came from architecture in this kind of very designed background scaleback, and that was the entire. Dow Is that it was a it was a much more technical fields and much less. You know. Can you get things done? Can you hustle make these things come together, and it's become a little bit more of a I think in the process of its refer Mation, and and the shift over what's important about the craft now? I think you, production designers now are much more like a console. Then they are a technical visionary, comparatively to what they probably twenty years ago like I am I, am basically. In in weak moments of fighting with the producer, I am I. Am the Director right hand man to like give another second creative voice to save. Go Fuck yourself so that we can. Preserve! We need this vision getting xactly exactly and I think that that was that was lacking. So I think there's there's been a little bit morbid shift of Lake respectful. What production design is but also because the craft is shifted a little bit. One of the biggest ones won't ask is sort of what do you think changes from doing the I'm sure there's some people that are listening that feel like man. I was I mean those shoes right now. I'm running around taking care of the crew I'm producing an production. Xining and I'm sure. The logistics appear at the same time. What changes in between then and kind of the higher jobs? which there's people doing that? They should call me because I'm out of work because Corona virus, so I'm I'm available now. Totally. Your phone calls man. No. To the. Envelope. I shouldn't make jokes like that. Because I numbers online that's. What is wrong with you? I. I think that. I think if you are confident. In your ability to express creative concepts even if it's not in production design specifically, but this is true. This is true for gaffer's. This is true directors and Andrew if he if you are if you if you're cognizant of your ability to wax, poetic about. Deep Shit Aesthetically, even if you're language varies from thing to think, there may be a table that I want in a dining room scene to talk to a director about an instead of actually talking about the table, I can talk about a piece of music I talk about a pop song from thirty years. It'll be like you know. That that happens with these a lot. Actually I'll be like. That Rob Bay Song like that Rob Song on the table and if you can get to that place where the director where they get their like yeah, yeah, then you don't have to talk about everything. There's a confidence this instill so if you're the kind of person who can do that on some level than I think the business finds you, there's. There's always the right next career step that presents itself, and it's just about listening to it and being confident in making a choice, because it's like I was saying before you make the wrong choice. But your surrounding yourself with some right choices than those right choices will guide you if you if you as a production designer fight if I choose A. An element for scene that's and it doesn't work the wrong carpet the wrong prop. But I've built a language that is self explanatory than my team will tell me I've made the ranch. You know you wanna you WANNA create this environment. Where at least there's forward momentum if you're kicking the football like. At least the ball is moving. Even if you're in the wrong direction, you know and I think if you're the kind of person who who's confident in your abilities to do that like out of school. It's fine 'cause you'll have to do it. You'll have to make you'll have to express yourself. It may not wind up being exactly. Production Design as a specific craft to start with, but the field narrows like you get there in the end I think you. I think one of the things that talked about that are kind of latching onto is being able to speak to people in shorthand and being able to the the kind of person that can reach that level of communication with people. Do! You think that's like a skill that people have, or is that just like an ability to connect with people and have shared references and I? Don't know else I know. I know I know when it's not there. Like there's. Nothing. It's the pits man. It's the pits when when you're trying like there, I will not name names, but there's definitely a director where it didn't work out it didn't work, it didn't work out in practice. It didn't work out in the interview and it's like Oh we don't have compatible blood like this is never going to reach a place where I can talk in shorthand, but I think that. It's just not seeing each other in the same way. Everybody can think of a person that their idea of this looks good is like how on earth, possibly everything. This looks good. Yeah, and it's also like understanding that like everybody sees a different blue, but there are cultural connotations to what blue does, and it's like you and I may not see the same color Palette. And that's a micro example when I say Colorado, obviously mean like general way of seeing the world, but like you. You and I may not see the same blue but I know that. I know that water does a thing to you know that waters you figure out a language. And I for me I actually find that like joking or goofing or being laissez faire as A. As a character as a tool to get very intense, creative concepts communicated is can be very helpful and so I. Try to do that with everybody in working with both and bothering below. It's like you know. Trying to reach a human connection where you can speak about things jokingly and still be able to communicate. With everybody all the time. You know it's like. If the script says plunger. Grabs a plunger to plunge toilet. Got would and read, or you have clear and black. You know the Lucite and by those two do do do they do different things to the audience and knowing what that does, the audience is really about shared experience, and and knowing what's appropriate for the scene is a skill, and it's really about getting to a place where everybody's on that page, everybody in the film crew and the audience all understand what you're trying to inject subconsciously even if they're not processing it consciously. Symbolic meaning and kind of the visual effect they every object has in a movie on a bench. It's all the same though because you're also functioning with artisanal. Craftsmen who functioned on various planes of understanding because it's like? Yes, there is I mean if you WANNA to get deep about it. Yes, there is a delineation between the subtext Joel elements necessary to make the audience feel certain way and the physical elements that make the movie look a certain way, but think about what that does to the actor whose onset because they see the thing, and it makes them feel a certain way, and then it affects their performance so the it's all it's all gradations of. If sometimes like If I'm if I go on a set, I've done this before. And the crew standing around. They haven't set up yet. And the Saffy sometimes talk about how they'll just start rolling, but sometimes if I'm honest that and we're not even anywhere near rolling directors haven't even landed yet. I will and everybody's milling about. If. It's appropriate for the scene. That will be shot that day I, will shush somebody because I know that other crew members will hear it, and they're gonNA start talking quieter, and it's GonNa Change the dynamic in the space like you just have to be cognizant of what space does and how it feels and let that be your guide to what it needs to look like. Like like Never I. personally never composing images because they look good I think that's a I think. It's dangerous driving I. Think I'm I'm trying to compose images that look right and you can find beauty in them and part of that is the DVD's job is part of. That's not my job. You know I can guide it, but I'm I. Don't want to dictate it. You Shush being way to make a space field different exact, even though it looks the same yeah, and even the movies being made yet, and everybody knows that feeling of the arrogance sucked out of a room right all of a sudden. It's tense. Even the rates the same room. It was before. Yeah. I mean anybody WHO's watching this. Next time you're in a movie theater, shish the audience well before the trailers start like when it's still just the advertisements and you'll see what happens. It changes the room. It changes the way people feel about the changes the space. And think about this before before the counting arrives. You think about this before. The director lives to some degree to make sure. that. Is So interesting. Okay well I do WanNa, talk about designing these worlds and I think now we can talk a little bit about designing the feelings of these worlds. Let's jump real. Quick over to the video part because I wanNA, talk. We got some questions on twitter to that. People want to ask you some things as well but we're coming onto the podcast. I didn't ask my final question I gotta ask my final question here. We go okay here we go. Sam South. We're here where we are right now. And behind you. A book falls off the shelf, and it starts flickering on the floor, and all of a sudden it flies back in time reverses in the book back where it was before, and you're like man. That was really strange that that happened and all of a sudden, all of the books fly open, and this giant portal opens up behind you and you get sucked into it from your hair I and you fall, and he fly all of a sudden you land and you were there in a room. Looking at yourself, and you're sitting on the fifth floor of that studio that you guys are at in that crazy ridiculous building with all of these people in it and you're sleeping on the couch because you just had a long night and. That's it you see yourself sleeping on the couch and you walk over there and you tap the guy and you looking at yourself for many years ago, then you turn around, and you see the books from the place that you're sitting right now and the portal closing, so you only have a minute or two to say something to past Sam. And what do you say in this moment? have a moment. I think that I was lucky enough to get that. What would be that piece of advice from my dad when I was in that place that helped guide me a wok. Because there was a point where I was really poor and really down, and it wasn't working, and I was as frustrated as potentially. Some listeners might be that need that moment of future future shock, advice and my dad said. and. It's like I still think about daily. I mean even now. He was like creative. Smart people will never be homeless. Just keep going. Don't worry about the logistics. You will solve all the small problems along the way, so that's like I. Wish I had heard it maybe five years earlier than he said it to me, but even ten years later. I still think about that the so that would probably be the thing that I would. I would encourage myself. Having just gotten wet doing this or doing any creative craft, which is like. Don't worry about the logistics. Just keep the momentum. Things will fall into place even if it seems terrifying this week because it's a, it's a slog man. It's a fucking crawl. You know you start off trying to figure out how you can do this. Then you figure out how to do it and you figure out how you can do it and also eat when you figure out how to do it and eat then you've got to figure out how you can do it and eat and live and pretty soon you just start climbing up. You know and you. You just need like the solid footing to give you that I should just be like if this is what you WanNa do just got to keep doing it. It's not. I think it's a little diminutive when you hear like great crafts and be like, don't have a backup plan or whatever it's like. No, you sometimes you stupid to survive. That's fine. I directed a cash for gold commercial like you. People do stupid things. But if if you're GONNA Excel at it, I think. You know just. Don't don't worry about the overwhelming soul-crushing fear. That is what your future is, and just about like this week because it'll be fine, it's going to be fine for everybody even now like there's an entire generation of kids graduating. There's no industry right now like it'll be mine people you'll, you'll do it. You'll totally do it and I wish I I wish I could say that to myself because I was I. was always the one in the group that was stressing about how to like? Keep the studio up and buy dinner, and all that stuff or we're going to be okay I. Think I know a lot of people that that feel that way. It's like It's petrifying. You can't move. You know you can't move when you think too far that the future. I feel bad now. If there is a creative intelligent homeless person who's watching this I didn't mean I meant it more grant example. I didn't mean it like for the. DONALD WI FI If if there's someone out there, that feels that way. I think it's also bounced by a lot of people out there. That really needed to hear that because to be honest that line right there that says the thing that I gravitated towards towards Oh. That's that's that's something that I think a lot of people need to hear. It, works itself out you. You will be contented as a creative force. Eventually it just takes some time, and it's always five minutes later than you wanted it to be, but it gets look at Tiffany Haddish. She like didn't hit until she was well into her thirties as a comedian, but and she was homeless living in a car, but like workout. It works out if this is what you WANNA. Do you really do? Guys have it. There's you episode of Indy Mogul with Sam and go Hopefully you enjoyed the conversation. We had a ton of fun having Sam here and actually being able to talk with us and walk through the process of how he actually went. Of course as an indie filmmaker, all the way to being impressions editor of such films now. If you like this conversation, don't forget. We also got a flip on Youtube actually. Actually break into the process of production designed with SAM. We talk about those three film. We mentioned here and we go from full indie shooting in Sam's New York apartment all the way to having a full crew and recreating the life twenty different eighth graders for the trump. So if you're taking that up me, she find that as well, but any model that is it for me. Thanks so much for listening and of course. Next time.
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"Previously on the Tony Kornheiser show. I just want the phone to work, and it doesn't work because I updated because I actually had. Company improve the phone, which they were gonna do for free out of the goodness of their hearts. I thought and my phone is ruined. And I want to take said phone I want to throw it through through brick wall. Which I can't do I hit the brick wide watch that. Surrounded by hate. Apple are Hank the iphone. I hate it. My wrong. The Tony Kornheiser show is on. Now. Are we going to update the phone story? As soon as we are live the chatter pit grout. Chatter at the corner. Wisconsin avenue northwest, Jennifer, streaks northwest in friendship heights. We have the World Series here tonight. We have football all day Saturday. It's gonna rain Saturday. We're going to put the Notre Dame flag out. We have football all day Saturday football day Sunday the World Series Friday Saturday, at least maybe Sunday as well. We all your sports headquarters. Kevin Sheehan is here. He's taking time off from his Rocketship of a podcast into hit show. It's a very thing today. I got do his podcast, very important. Gary Braun is here. Michael Kornheiser here. Niger will produce the show run the board. Do the news the great Jack Bartman. And I wanted to begin with one of the problems that I have in. Where are we on the phone? I'm inside the phone, and this is great because. Because dad doesn't know any of his apple ID d say any because he and my mom have created multiple accounts that are all variations on the same name. And then I remembered after the last apple ID password situation about three or four years ago. We just buried all of his pass codes in the notes section. So if anyone ever picks up this phone, it's a con. Yay. West zero zero zero zero situation to get into all of his details. So this is this is something I should say. I'm just going to repeat this again. And perhaps I'm wrong for hating apple perhaps, I should hate AOL. I don't I just don't understand you though. I don't understand why if the company makes a quality product, and the iphone is obviously quality product contents of millions of these things are sold all around the world. And then says to you we will update this. We will make it better sensibly make it better and everybody who you talk to goes. Oh, no, no, no, don't let David don't let them update it. You shouldn't have let them up. I let them updated. On the faith that why would they sabotage their own product. Which is exactly what has happened. I think but again. I don't even anyone. So let me move on. So George Mitchell rich who has these wonderful notes about baseball, and football and sports and who's lived his whole life being smart and being kind and a guy like very very much. He sends me the notes, but he sends them to my Email address. So I haven't gotten the notes and in a week. So George George found out that I couldn't get into my phone. He called me last night, and we chatted about a variety of things. And he said he told me this one story that I should tell everybody and it was based on the chickens being dressed object for Halloween Halloween. And he said, well, you you haven't done that having his no, no, I don't know anybody does that. But I had a friend once and this is very Asian on a lobster story. And he had a friend once and it's impressed him for fifty sixty years about this. He had a friend who wondered about the first person who's looking at a chicken and sees a chicken, laying eggs through its rear end. Hence says let's see that try that. That's a good idea. Good idea guessing, very hungry person state with the same thing you allowed to wash up on a beach lobster looks delicious. Let's let's cook it and even though some butter on it and be fine. So anyway, so I have a couple of notes here to talk about from John kitty, Yama and Pacific grove, California. I was listening to yesterday's podcast and enjoyed listening to Curson own stats version, the mailbox long, I guess a few days ago, I was going to fire off a fax, but was not able to find a fax number on the website. So I'm sending the next best thing note just curious what is the ratio of emails versus faxes versus notes nine. Do. You have an answer to that. Yes. That's one hundred percent. Can I just all your next while you're sharing notes, we've collected? Mark on Twitter sent to me. And I think he sent Nigel Michaels while yesterday, a tweet from five thirty eight the reputable, you're familiar with fivethirtyeight, the statistician what's that guy's name silver. Not add silver Nate, Phil not philsopher, this headline Italian body akin to our Federal Trade Commission has fined apple and Samsung a total of fifteen million euros for forcing customers to download up dates that could slow down or break their devices. So so is that a plot to get you to buy something new? Update. I do the same thing you do. I try to avoid dating until my wife tells me. Well, that's the reason you're not getting such and such. Minor standing. Blows vices they have to slow it down because the old technology cannot work with the new day. So it's actually trying to save you. If you want your. Yes phone when did you buy that phone twenty thirteen twenty fourteen that's a long time. And it's time the updates are improvements yesterday the update night technologically the updates are improvements, but the old technology can't doesn't have the bandwidth to handle them. So it improves the new phones they want you to go. So why should get an allergic that says for people like you ignore this every time they will alert just go buy new phone. This isn't an issue this setting for your Email, although new phone, I'm happy to buy a horse. This is a new phone. All of your old Email addresses and just create a new domain address. You need simplification in a lot of parts of your life. But you need. This equivalent on your password of the grass growing too long and your yard. So you buy a new house? I mean, just from Dave and Megan Bradford who are in here. The other day, we thought you would get a kick out of this mystery cheese. From our local version of cheese, re Gibbs Ville cheese, located in Sheboygan county, Wisconsin home of whistling straights. Side of the twenty twenty Ryder Cup, we've been lawyer Little's from us twenty years, which is added a new dimension to our visits. The DC. We have a new vocabulary to bathroom situation to describe our stay at the Mayflower good hotel. We've also enjoyed trivia night at chatter and are winning gift certificate is paying breakfast. Thanks for many of entertainment. So mystery cheese is what happens in these large facts of cheese, when they when they get down to the bottom of the VAT, and then they have to add new cheese knows what you're gonna cheese sausage. It's very good though. We we ate ate some of it last night. This very sort of yellow the bottom of that thing reminds me of a friend. I know who did the bourbon trail in Kentucky sort of. Like wine country, you go from another Woodford reserve. I'm not I'm not a bourbon guide, but Woodford. Reserve is good. You hear that Woodford? Yes. To that. So at one point he said, you stand over I forget, which distillery he was app at you sort of stand over, and you look in the vats, and he said when he looked over he felt his sunglasses coming up said he grabbed on reached him before they fell in. But he said to the guy was touring. How often does that happen? And the guy said more often than you care to know. People lose all fishing out cellphones. He said people are in the in the verb. People. Leave me Likud astute believer the negative. I believe anything. She says with Kevin. Yeah. So later in the show this as as people know, we have MSNBC and NBC on that. I can look at in case there's breaking news and the Megan Kelly thing which will try to get to later in the show 'cause we'll talked about this at length yesterday. And it will perhaps surprise you. How people look at the world from different is. Because of who they are and how they've grown up even people close friends for forty years. But Megan Kelly NBC just had a story saying that Megan Kelly and her attorney are in discussions for separating from the network NBC's not going to be wrong on this. They can't afford to be wrong on this that this is their talent. This is their story. This is someone to whom they paid. I'm read sixty nine million dollars over three years, which is. That's auto porter, jR monitoring. That's money you money, and when you know, and she's not walking away for like less than that. So anyway, so we will talk about that later, but let's start with the football game last night and the football game last night was not a particularly attractive gang ESPN. Of course, leads with the NBA because he s PIN is one of two owners of the NBA and ESPN is one of four or five owners of the NFL. So it leads with the thing most dear to them for ratings. And that's the NBA. I would always leave with football. Because more people watch football in anything else in America to Shawn Watson. Watching him last night more so than most more so than Russell Wilson. For example, to Watson not the biggest guy in the world to Shawn Watson has what we like to call the scape. Ability to Shawn Watson was trapped behind the line. How many times Kevin six at least eight I mean multiple times. And then what you see is him out on the left or out on the right? And he's attempting to make a pass does Shawn Watson is really talented even with he has broken. Ribs at shirt, learner good. He's got good players to with them on offense laundry. Hopkins is top three receiver. This is what I wanted to say about in fact, since they are now five and three this happened five weeks ago, we had a small little segment on the ship. And we talked about the four teams at the time that were in three Houston was one of them. I assume the giants were one of them at that time may Oakland was one of them at that. There was so forth. Might have been resolved. And the question was which of these teams if any of these teams will be okay and do better. And we'll on loudly said they stink. They all stink. None of them will do better. And I said Houston, and he looked at me. He said, you're crazy. And I said, no, they got there's talent there. There's talent there not a really good division. And there's talent there will in the in the who would they Kevin would you can we look this up Nigel who did they play in the fourth game in Jacksonville? Then they beat Indian the fourth game to get the streets, which by the way, a gift from Frank right for member. You went. Yeah. He went down and his own. Okay. So as I'm watching that game. I am of the opinion that if they lose that game. They're gonna fire Bill O'Brien because they've got talent there, and they are not producing. And I do remember whoever it was. And now you refreshing, my memory that it was Indianapolis that they won under odd circumstances. They probably should not have one. They had a big lead in the game in an indie came back. I mean, they add. Luckily, getting to look very very good. That's that was game. Could have been a tight usually. They haven't lost. They've lost it other five and three proving again that. Something they haven't really beaten anybody. But you were you're ahead of it. But Tony there you saw last night authencity with they can be for the first time. Really they scored forty 'cause I don't think they've scored more than twenty during the streak except for the first game against Indianapolis right around eighty seven defensively, they're top-five defensive team when healthy they have cloudy, and they've got why mercilus. I'm looking at the schedule. This is interesting to remember. So you played a terrible view right about not scoring a lot of points. Well, they score till twenty against New England. During the street. Correct. Not they had not twenty two list. So they beat indie in could have been a tie easily. They then beat Dallas nineteen sixteen. That's where Garrett didn't go in plus territory. So that one also could gone the other way, then beat the bills twenty to thirteen which is not impressive interception return. Right. And that was the Peterman bills beat Jacksonville twenty two seven before last night blowing up last night, but we talked about how unanticipated that game was essentially it's week eight almost the halfway point until seventeen have never can't remember to winning teams playing time in the middle of season being less anticipate. There was no regard for them. So this Shawn Watson ends up. He throws only twenty passes. He completes sixteen five touchdown five. This is a tool game. This is what happens every week college percents out of the fourth quarter Casella bama's up by fifty point. Points. And that's what Watson had and Watson. And and in listening to the game last night in listening to Troy Aikman. Troy Aikman expressed. What I think is the very reasonable fear. He runs too much. He's gonna get. Too much. He's not take of the contact at the end of the run. I remember that status game thinking he's gonna get callous game. He got he got hit a punctured lung free. Steve Young essay PTI was talking about this. And you you get shot up during the game you won't feel thing during the game. But the next five days of your life. You can't breathe. You can't roll over the pain is extraordinarily. But during the game, it should be point out to they're expecting to confirm today that will Fuller's lost for the season with a tornado came. So it's another town. But they're they're good. They're going to win that division divisions. Bad divinity wanna revisit when we talk about the Redskins schedules. They they'll be Houston. Kids are going to win like twelve games. The rescues the easiest onto your skin. They don't play any Houston. First of all, look, look at schedules. They. Look at well. Because what you think looks like an easy game by the time. You get to it an easy game. That's the way it works in the NFL. But twelve gave look at the team. They don't lose any good. He had Houston at Owen three. So let's schedule. Houston is the best team two games over five hundred. It's the best Phillies vice Phillies under five hundred but so what Atlanta's under five hundred two, but they can score. So Miami was over five hundred last night and their garbage twelve everyone believes as the giants. The everyone is lose that game giant. But doesn't everybody is at least, you know. They could lose. Is it here in Atlanta? We'll take a break. We'll come back. Richard Justice of MLB dot com. Will join us and explain where we are in the World Series. When we return, I'm Tony Kornheiser. You're listening to the Tony Kornheiser show. So I've got the lows add the lows being my new go-to destination for craftsman products. And that's true. If I want craftsman products, I going to love that's the place. Everything I also got a wash on a dryer from Lowe's, courtesy of Jim Babich. She oh the Samsung, right? No, they maybe they are. They haven't been. Blown down the update. Have everything I need help me. This is Lowe's. 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This is the Tony Kornheiser show. Comes from Mike who writes my band, windy, cranking, windy, cranky resolutely released the Halloween track monster smashed remember monster mash? Bobby bores? When my van mates asked how we promote our song. I told him I'd send it to my favorite orange, man. I'm a Long Island little, but I'll be in the DC area this weekend and surely stop by for profit established good. Thank you. That would be great. This allowed him. So I can hear. This is music. Richard Justice of MLB dot com joins us. Now, waking up at a preposterously early. Our in order to be on this show and to be asked a barrage of questions about the World Series. And actually, you know what? And I think that I mean, I have problems with some of the things Dave Roberts is done. And we'll get to that. But I guess the over riding question Richey has to be from what you've seen is it over are the Red Sox clearly better, we guardless of how many games it takes. I think I may be the relying storyline when we're done with thing is that we're looking at one of the great teams ever they've a hundred and seventeen games. And if they win the last two they went to more games. I think that'll put them behind the ninety eight Yankees in the twenty sixteen Mariners. And when you see what they are. Okay. We knew they were good offensively. But when you see how they competed with two hours. I think they've scored over half their runs. So amazing. It's amazing. It's amazing. And then you take you elevate David price back to a status, you take this guy. Joe kelly. He's showing one hundred mile our fastball eighty seven mile our change up. And then you take the closer creek kimbrel who was keeping his pitches in Houston, and you get him fixed. They're pretty much a team without a weakness. Do I think it's over? I don't think it's over. I don't with the writing with the right into pitcher with that warm, California sun with fifty three thousand people I think the dodgers have a chance to reset ran into day. Roberts in the elevator Dodger Stadium yesterday. I've known pretty well. And he just said we're we're going to put up a fight here. It's it's not over. So we'll see but Boston is really good. I'm going to get to Dave Roberts after this question. Because you mentioned this the two outs. It's not just two outs. They get an awful lot of hits with two strikes. It's to trikes in two outs. They've scored more than half their runs with two outs. It's how does that happen? Is there is that just random or is that coaching on some level? Well, I think part of it's coaching. We're in an era in baseball where you strike out one hundred fifty times hit thirty home runs bec. Okay. Good teams. Don't a lot of teams. Don't subscribe to that. And the Red Sox are one of them that it's not okay to strike out one hundred and twenty five times, I think it's part of the way you do business. You have to have some discipline the strike zone. And when you see the two out-rally other night. Won the game. It was this kid Christian Vasquez. You really not much of a hitter. Right. He took a two story pitch and just sort of a breaking ball on the outside part of the play just sort of dumped it down the line. And now you face bet and you face Benintendi year, you're in big trouble because the depth and they're not great. But up at the top though, I mean lewke bitch. That's the alien BP Benintendi, the star of the postseason. I don't know if there's any such thing as a perfect team. They're pretty close and things they done peripherally in terms of instructors and analytics in studying everything their role, and did you also did you hear after game two lewke bed, and he didn't want any attention for this. They they didn't fly after game two. They you know, these teams are sleep experts. Now lewke bits went to a homeless shelter and took a ton of food and didn't want attention and with not happy that there was attention about it. So everything's working for the Red Sox now, and they're good guys boot as you mentioned price may be the key to all of it. Because if they have confidence in price and prices confidence in himself that is a great addition, given the fact that sale in recent playoff games can't really get out of the fifth inning Kimbrell is lights out, and he was really shaky in the previous play awesome. And suddenly Volpi is not a starter. But is is in the maybe the and Jamila role loads only been one inning. What do you make of that? What I make of that. Is that making gonna make a lot of money this winter? He's a free agent at exactly the right time. And he hardest. He throws a hundred and he's harnessed all of it. Everybody knew he had those towns, and this is what I love about the way our course approaching Nathan of all these supposed to start game four, but he needed him in game one. And he said at what we're worrying about is winning game. What we don't keep game two is five years from now did the same thing with game two and he said on game three tonight. He said look. We don't plan to use him. But if we need it if we need to go Kelly evolve the kimbrel to finish it. We're going to do it. And then I'll worry about game four when game win win that game rolls around. And I just think that's such a great message to your team everything like we're all in today. We'll worry about tomorrow tomorrow. So this is what I would ask. And I wrote it down is Cora discernibly better than Dave Roberts. Does. He just have better players than Dave Roberts yet. He has better players look getting ripped for you. Start the first two games of the World Series with your top three homerun hitters on the bench. Yes. And yes monthly is on the bench bellinger's on the bench who's their third guy. Yuck. Peterson is on the bench. And here's the thing. The last too much of the season. Those guys didn't hit left-handers in Muncie would be the one you'd question. Now. The other two have struggled against lefties all year. He had they just went to a strict platoon in. Here's what happened they had. They played. They led the National League in runs. Both the last month last two months, they had the highest numbers against left handed pitching. So what they did work. But it hasn't worked in the World Series. You know, I think you have to go back and say, wait a minute. Maybe the other side's pitching pretty well David price was if not unhittable. He was pretty close to and then when they had him on the ropes he punch back and got up. So then I got a right. You know, that's what you do against what the Red Sox. I mean, the dodgers have done for a couple of months now and bringing in David freeze gave them another right handed bad and that net monkey wasn't gonna play. That's the second. Get munchies hit. I looked it up a hundred eight one hundred seventy two against tend to pitching in the second half of the season. You don't wanna put that out there? So people say, but your top guys out there will the top guys in those situations hadn't performed this is the way we did it all your this is how we got to the World Series. But tonight, you're gonna have a right handed pitcher reports. Oh on the mound. So bellinger's going to be in their Peterson Muncie, you're going to be in there. And you go from there. The the chestnuts you get into is that Boston has a couple of left-handers in the bullpen. And so can turn them around quickly. Like Dave rant out of division players in the seventh inning game one. And he was criticized for letting. For letting David freeze base met Barnes in the fourth inning. And he goes I only had three bench players because we have a D H and a catcher, and I don't wanna start firing bullets. Yeah. And because you run out of players quickly. And he did he ran out of players thinning. I would love to second. Guess Ryan Madson, but only because I hate him because I watched him here for the last two years. But I won't go ahead. Well, let me I have never heard a cashed in front of meeting. It was really cold out there that maybe I didn't do the best job of getting loosen up and go, you know, all that stuff you use pine tar sunblock and all that you couldn't use of it. Thank that's supposed to be until he of the game. Can we delete from the transcript, so I'm just gonna leave him alone because that's a personal prejudice. Although he said he pitched five inherited runners score all pitch. Well, the World Series picked a bad. We have a bad week. Okay. But but but the one that stands out to me is Bellinger in this regard. He was just the MVP of the most recent series. Does he only that against righties is incompetent? I mean. That was the one you go. Wow. That really not him not to games in a row. Right. Well, his numbers in that series work. Good. But he did have three hits that would knock your teeth out, and including the one that basically won that series. You know, I think they would tell you that all that legitimate second guess, but this is the way you constructed your team. This is the way you won what you did work out worked in August working timber. I mean, they were all the chart even against left handed pitching. So you can't say. Say it wasn't productive and it got him to the World Series. But has worked so far the thing that I try to point out to people, and I don't know how many games the dodgers win. Maybe the win four in a row. I have no idea, but over the course of the year in the harder league the Red Sox one hundred eight dodgers one ninety two. I'm the Red Sox. They were dominant. And then they went through the Yankees that one one hundred and then they went to Houston that one one hundred and they they have looked they have answered every single question. So so to me it would be stunning if the dodgers they can win a couple of games. I if they actually won the series. I'd be amazed. How about you? Yes. I'd be amazed to this is great team. This is a team without any weaknesses. They got the American League. Most able player they've got one of the great close of all time in this is the formula. Now, write this down. All you guys going to build a baseball team. You have a great farm system that produces bets and Benintendi in Bogart. And then you spend a ton of money to get guys like David price. And we haven't even talked about JD Martinez who makes way park. Look like the smallest ballpark ever so player put it great drafts. And you spend a lot of money. It works every time. How many games you think? They'll win. Do. You think the weather is a factor or could you at this point sweep? Chiefs. Weep. Absolutely. I think tonight's the key. You know, if you win tonight, then it's probably over tomorrow. I mean, but I I know sort of drinking the dodger Kool-Aid because I know those guys. You know, they want six straight division championships, led the Nash lead the majors of tennis for six to eight years. It's gonna be a pretty good environment tonight last year, Rob Lowe, the actor to actors were right on top of the Astros dugout waving a flag and Carlos Correa through a Cup of water on. I mean, so like for everybody says ONA in Boston they cuss at you and their closed and all that. No, no, no. They kind of get into it here too. It'll be it'll be a good atmosphere. Not. So this is the the question I have I remember saying this to we had cost us on the other day, and I handle brag we had Kirch in here. The other day Ritchie. This is this is a sport that still plays under two different sets of rules in its championships. It's just I don't I don't understand it. I mean, it's bad enough that the other thing that that happens in doesn't happen in hockey. And it doesn't happen in basketball because they're indoor sports, and it doesn't happen in football because the Super Bowl is on a neutral site. The weather is an enormous factor here for both teams. And it seems to me that the northern team always has the advantage because they are more used to bad cold weather. Oh, I thought you were going to say the two different rules was it's the DAX. No, no. That's. That's part one. And part two was the way they don't really have really impacted really impacted the dodgers. You gave David Roberts one. Let's card to play. And someone David trees comes up against Matt Barnes. Eat doesn't play that card in a normal situation. He would play that card, but he had used what had one less player. He had a catcher he was a very short bench. But that's the way they constructed the team, you know, in terms of the weather. I it was okay in Boston. It got cold. I think the dodgers suffered from it a little bit. You just play through it. Now. That's the other part is you get off the plane yesterday, and it seventy five degrees, and you feel like if feels like heaven, I mean down southern California is a pretty nice place to be. I don't think you can do anything about the weather. It was a very bad weather. April wise, it impacted the attendance dramatically, but maybe I don't know that climate change is or anything like that. But it was a bad year. Weather wise in Boston was uncomfortably. Cold, and they are more used to it than the dodgers are not used to thanks Richie. The study all that that you know, you never get you've walked in the cold million times. You don't get used to it. But you take the dog out you have to do. I have to take the dog out in the snow and rain, I take the dog dog doesn't wanna be out. I take the dog. Thank you Richie dog eat up. They tell me Justice MLB dot com. Great pleasure to have him on every single time. Any woke up early for us today. We will take a break when we come back news Nigel do the news. I'm Tony Kornheiser. This is the Tony Kornheiser show. This episode is brought to you by an all new season of the Showtime original series. Ray Donovan, starring Lee Schreiber would Susan Sarandon. And Jon Voight L top fixer has left Hollywood and all of its turt- behind, but New York City has its own dirt and raise quickly lured back into burying the secrets of the powerful and political his professional and personal turmoil. Threatened to sink him. 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On film, max on a meeting the maximum meeting race suspension hearing, I would say three and a half to eleven hours anywhere anywhere. Tashin the NHL does this predator than anybody. I mean, I'm not a fan of this do, and they tell you in it. So just wasn't even really a twenty game correction. The the everybody though when he got that suspension, all of the hockey experts said they gave him so many games. So that they had some room to negotiate a reduction in the suspension upon a penny time anytime anyone is suspended people say that, but they were your at the it was such a severe penalty. It was. And everyone said it wasn't a twenty game hit and the league office, basically said no he said, no he said it was a six game hit and they applied like a multiplier of three for the repeat offender defender right now so desert, which is defensible dessert. Yes. To the association. Mr Tony Cleveland was the first game. In the Cavs play last night, not kiss. They didn't they lost not local to editor thrown in the score. Just for people. In the town. They lost four to one. Okay. Thank Connor mcdavid had a goal Houston. Great breakdown. That is lose again. Mr Tony good, looking really. Tide told me I was crazy. I make two predictions. Yeah. That the Lakers who won last night. The Lakers did win second in a row. One last night. They beat Denver a good team. I said they would win fifty. We'll laughed at me. And he looks like he's right. Then I said Cleveland would win twenty five or fewer games and fire the coach at the end of the year. And he said, you're crazy. That's stupid. That's simply stupid. How am I doing so far on that shit doing pretty cure all when five counter to that? Like how many wins did he think they were good for five forty forty and like one forty last year five and he thinks Tyler will on pace to win. So far this year. Wait. What was your Lakers? Prediction fifty and clearly the playoffs they'd like top for seed in the play. I I'm with you feel differently now after a bunch of game two and three. Here's a couple of players. What I would say they had a couple of players suspended at some point around Christmas. Lebron will do what he always does he'll ship out three or four guys with Magic Johnson's permission. He'll bring in three or four new guys. And then you'll see what say boys, you'll see what the Lakers team really is around that point. You'll start hearing rumors that it has been advised that Luke Walton consider a career in investment Bank. Ron does not respect any coach. He does not he likes. Lebron wants to pick his own coach and not listen to him. That's what LeBron does with guy. What he does. The good news is Tyler will probably be available. Yes, we won't be for that much longer. Another team that has a forty year old James Jones threes, four of the thunder mysolar. He'll get Mike Miller out of retirement. The thunder still winless as well. They folded Celtics. Oh and full Celtics. Now three in getting his numbers. I haven't been following playoff. Yeah. Thirteen and fifteen off Pete playoff p. Also, the Houston Rockets have reportedly offered the timber wolves full first round picks for disgruntled player Jimmy Butler from the timber wolves. So this is extraordinarily interesting to me if true you cannot offer first round picks in consecutive years. Did you that's a league wide room? So that means the minimum stretch out on these four picks would be seven years almost no one on the rostrum now will be anywhere near as good in seven years. If they're even there in seven years, and I'm including Chris Paul and James harden in that Osho twenty two year olds Chris Paul and James heart. So you do this to win now. 'cause you think you can beat Golden State, which you can't that means you add Jimmy Butler. You've added Carmelo Anthony you become a total wing team a team just like Golden State, though, I would say not as good, and you would say, well, why would they give away for first round draft picks because they're banking on. The fact that over the long haul these are going to be in the mid to late twenties. Right. Kevin. That's what you Bank on. If I am Houston. I would do this would you? Absolutely. It's the one sport where it's predictable not only is it predictable. But the draft. Cells are like one in three one in four chances. So yeah, I would absolutely do it for Jimmy Butler. It makes them look at the start. They've gotten off to also. So there's a little bit of pressure to turn it around. But I I saw that Tony I thought this is the sport where you do it. You don't do this in football is because football varies from year to year as as ratatouille truly are your few. They aren't in the early not if you don't get one in the top three ROY Moore, and even then most of these kids and by in within three years it should be today. But within three years all of those picks will be eighteen year olds all of them because the stupid and illegal one and done rule will be gone as it. Now. Again, wilbon went crazy on me yesterday on PTI when I said the villain in this space is Adam silver. And he said nobody even cares about these trials, which is not to the point at all this. He's right about that. It's restraint of. Trait. It's it's ridiculous. It's anyway, what else to baseball coup- couple of raise coaches that very good day. Assay Rocco bell deli. I've not heard of either the new managers. Remember Okubo deli. Don't well. He's a player. He was a place very talented player. But had a lot of injury. Bums, one of the fastest guys in what did he play? He was an outfielder. Okay. Yeah. And bounced around little bit because you know, the position that traditionally yields managers more than any other position cashier catching right Bolelli has been named just catch your faces out to the field and everybody else faces. He will be the new coach for the Minnesota Twins. And this is after he spent nine two thousand eighteen in a position I never heard of before for the for the rays which was the major league field coordinator. And she helps Thames George Toma. Did he did he coordinate them? It was it was helping the the raise with endgame strategy working with the outfield isn't focusing on development and on the little cards like the bat. Void did. Did you had you ever seen that Hajer snow? Yeah. And his compadres insult your bingo cards. I'd like to have bingo here at chatter. Do you think that would work? You think bingo would really skew the age down side. I want to bring people in Shuna bring people in and they bring in that case, they bring their children and grandchildren. And then they wanna end look at you people our eating beef forty two some of that was known Vive doesn't go that seven and end is to forty two I seven each one is played more recently. I think if you had some pudding that day, I think people would really enjoy that wrong. I think Mahjong. Menu. I think your rent out the room today Jimmy dinner theatre, maybe no. Charlie Montoya clue would be fantastic China Montoya who was the bench coach for the race this past strategy. What does that things not get t go categories, Scott? That I think that's there's a future in that. Since the. China Montoya Montoya's. He was the bench coach for the race last year reasonable question on the newscast. How did? The bay. No, they won ninety games this year. They did how did Tampa Bay become the cradle of managers. How did this happen? I am China aid. Kevin you follow sports nut. Tampa Bay baseball though, not raise baseball. So major league sports major league sports. I'm just very surprised. This is in the newscasts or other things that I would have included. What would you have them? We'll talk about it after the show when we go over notes when you give me his podcast. Jack, just tell the people how they can. Because we have a wide listenership tell the people have get your willing get Mike podcast on itunes or any of the ways they get podcasts or that Kevin Sheehan show dot com. Which is the way you get it. Yeah. Jecklin can cook has pled guilty to disorderly conduct in an assault. Kate Acklin, Ken, cook, Jacqueline, Kent Cooke. Yes. This was the child. Yes. Pled guilty on Tuesday to disorderly conduct and assault case stemming from an indication that allegedly and fold an anti semitic remark and a four hundred dollar glass puss used as a weapon say allegedly it was videotaped she pled guilty. But said, I'm not apologizing said, I didn't do it. I just don't want to go through the pain and agony of jail trial. Yes, that's right. Which by the way, in our system of jurisprudence as the great Jack volume knows you can say that because they can say, well, you pled guilty. Yes. So we're going to us. We're gonna use the pleading as the official position here, and you can go out in the street and high get a bull along and say, whatever you want. This was common says, I'm never going to apologize for defending myself as a woman everything I did was in self defense. I've been through so much. I couldn't handle it anymore being a nightmare. Right. Yes. Be out tonight. On of a car, and I'm gonna bring this up mentioned five thirty eight the Nate silver. I did Gary did they came up with a list of the top candies for Halloween. That's when the read you the top five hits your reaction to that. I don't there are a lot of Canis. I don't like reese's peanut butter Cup is ninety. I like them rhesus miniatures number two. Well, that's right China kit. You can't do that. Because it's just a small version of the same candy. So if you then you have to third one was really tiny reese's that would extra big rhesus third. One is extra big kidding fed when his Twix two kit, Kat followed by Snickers Twix and kit Kat essentially carried on and kitty cat is way for and chocolate. He saw. Has care it the other one reese's on this little difference between Snickers and Milky Way. No. They both have caramel in milky has says nuts knickers has nuts. I take it. You like I like them frozen to fries that kick. Cats are in higher cat number full kits for you where the candies. I liked black liquorice lack which. Deco chuckles good and plenty chuckles. I'll just pay day. I'm I like. The peppermint Patty's yours, you are peppermint, Patty. You're the one lack slips you don't like those slip. Dating pado. Peppermint, Patty's popular in the fifties. And sixties. Those top four. What about Neko's do you like, but I don't think they're in the recent pieces Milky Way more races peanut butter M's thing. I don't like peanut butter Eminem's, I like Eminem three musketeers hundred hundred thousand Sony likes one. That is crunch. Okay. Roll. No, it's seventeen. Yeah. That's lost. Hello is an up Rollo is what's that candy that sort of a high and candy that sorta like Rollo with foreign its maiden another thinking of total Rhone. Sort of like roll in a row. On his individual. Thanks caramel for you. Does just carry it does. But what are the minimum ranking regular Eminem's or below all the other true? We're gonna anti America. Yes. At fifteen in which are ahead of it. You've already said peanut butter peanut butter peanut peanut butter Eminem's imminent. Peanut butter M's, come out. So you would have gotten out with you. You would get reese's. Peanut butter. Eminem's are good. There's in like half of the top ten you wouldn't know that everyone in the country. Yeah. Well, we we couldn't afford Gary. That's very long stupid way. We'll come back with old radioing this weekend. Big storm on that. No, no. There's lease plague nor'easter in and out quickly. Lots leader. That's it. But you said. If I had the time I would have gotten into important detail. Okay radio with Jeff Ma Kevin's best friend. I'm telling you. This is that Tony Kornheiser show. This is old guy radio for the day. This is Elton John. This is your song. I think this is the first big hit is seventy release on this day. No, he thinks parking. So that's what forty eight years. Kevin you big Elton. John. I will go deep on a few people will von loves Elton. John. Do we have any anything special in terms of cloud? Helping who wrote this wrote so many great hits real John? They wrote them together. Guess what he wrote the Bernie Taupin? Didn't you say? This. They wrote already wrote the song's lyrics after breakfast one morning on the roof of twenty Denmark street, London, Joan work for music publishing firm as an office. Boy Hinton he was Reggie White. That's right. So there you go. There's a movie shoot. James bell sat on the roof and kicked off the moss. There's a movie coming out about Queen. But he moved around one in the works on Elton, John. It's it's cool cooled rocket man yet coming out next spring is that right? Who's playing Elton? John Gosling plays everybody. It's going to the guy the guy that played the Kingsman as a role in the Kingsmill. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So played in. No, no the kid. He's good. Okay. We'll figure it out for you. Jeff mama joins us. Now. Jeff Ma is killing it, Jeff Ma with his podcast and his partner Rufus Peabody who by the way is involved now as we learned with Michael swimmer, and the podcast that that Jeff and Rufus do is called bet the process Jeff picking for this show is eighteen twelve and three he is winning at sixty percent clip. Right. Gary. That's sick. Yes. I would defer to going with him. You're winning just I'm I'm boosting you up. I am trying to create that Tony creek. It's tearing Edgerton, but. It is still a small sample size. So you know, you can't get too excited and at any small sample size. Any dumb monkey can do well done on monkeys monkeys of five hundred monkeys ten ten in one. The monkey does pretty well. But not as well as you are you a right with Kevin you have in your right with this. You're gonna I'm fine. I you guys have that Twitter. No as soon Jeff shift in vitari, Kevin will be back of a Twitter beef with with Scott than than with me. But I had no idea he was eighteen twelve in one. And so many people have tax rate me eighteen twelve three did meet that he's like five hundred on his website. Well, I don't know that I know about this show. Okay. I care about this show eighteen twelve and threes winning money that is one time. Jeff, what do you like no just to cover the Kevin issue that I had Kevin with you talking about it was dismissive knits with which you talked about my pick. Kevin. As if I was on that didn't know this. I mean, I was obviously I was a professional gambler for many many years and are all about using analytics to get sports. Not like, I'm just doing this as a media personality to get some. I do this because I like coming on the show with Tony. And I like talking about this and ever since Tony insulted me. The first time we met have been able to get away from. One of the greatest stories of my wife, but a don't buy that is great spoke. Trust me. That's actually a term of endearment. However, he described it. No. You know, when when I was on the show with you the last time when you were making your picks. And I think I mentioned this to you you pick when you got ready to make picks. It was the chargers Browns game. And I sent Nigel note. And I said he's going to have the chargers. And you know, what you're right about it. They won by a hundred. But it was the biggest anti public side of the weekend. The Browns were that weekend. Which is why I said that. But the public doesn't lose all of the time. And I know that's not the way you necessarily make your picks. Anyway, you don't go with the puppy process. Yeah. Go ahead. I try I try to all of that noise. Right. Because those are just narrative typically like you're because because the predictive modeling is just like investing in the stock market or counting cards, which it is in in you know, that too. And that's that's the only thing that I would say is that they're two totally different. Things would I'd love to see what goes into your predictive modeling. And I just know a lot of guys that would line up to take your action. That's that's what I know from my from from Mike spear. That's their job is to take action. Yeah. Not from picks. All right. Let's hear what. Takes Denver plus ten over can't city Kim's video covered every game that year. So you know, when that happened anytime that happens there becomes a lot of value to bet against that team because everybody wants to bet on that team. They're still bottom for and defense in terms of yards per play. And they've gotten a lot of good luck in terms of turnover. So I still think that this is, you know, obviously can't cities very good. But ten points against Denver is an inflated line in my in my opinion. And I like Denver puts up time here where is that game? Jeff. In Kansas City in Kansas City. Okay. You'll take Denver. Plus. Yep. Okay. And then I'm gonna move onto Pittsburgh, minus the eight over Cleveland, Cleveland is a very interesting team that you're the perception is that they are a lot better than they have been in the past and the primary reason that they are better, but they're number one in the league and turnover margin by far, and that has made them their results even better than you would have thought they were but they are fourth from laugh than yards per play offense. It's not very good and Pittsburgh law. Pence has been very strong this year off a bye which worth about a point and a half. I liked it bird minus the eight here. So I remember this because that will might have been the opening game in the season. And there were five turnovers. Cleveland got five turnovers and still only tied that game. I may be Jeff overly in love with Baker Mayfield. Because I think every time I see him. He's doing something. Great. But his statistics are not nearly as good as I make him out to be. Well, there are some people who are in the Cleveland organization pretty high up who still fundamentally believe that if they were trying to win. Now, they should be playing tyrod Taylor. But obviously they're not necessarily trying to win. Now. They're trying to develop a quarterback. So I think that you may be a little bit overly in love with Baker. Yeah, I think I am. What else you got? We're gonna go at Baltimore, minus two over Carolina. This is really a bad on how good Baltimore's defensive then Carolina's kind of lucky to be four and two. They've had a lot of games that have kind of gone down to the wire and a couple of gone their way. But again, Baltimore's just been a very salt team. Their offense is pretty pedestrian so really we're gonna need their defense stuff up to win this game. Okay. And then we're gonna take a very ugly pick San Francisco minus the one over. Gonna San Francisco is the opposite of Cleveland. They're they've been the worst league in turnover margin at minus two point one. And that hasn't made their results worse than you would have thought they should be based on the fundamentals of their team. I think they are a much better team than Zona. Even though the results when indicate that even though they played earlier era Zona of beat them in San Francisco. So that's why I think you're getting some line value here. I like number one. And I think they'll win this game. Are you are you surprised at all that Green Bay is getting nine at Los Angeles. Rams. I mean, everybody says this is the most Aaron Rodgers has ever gotten. But the Los Angeles Rams strike me as far superior team to Green Bay. And I just wonder how you feel about. I'm not asking you to pick the game. I'm wondering how you feel about it. Yeah. I mean, I think that lines probably about right? Maybe there's against them Lert to the narrative around Kansas City similar narrative around. The Rams probably even more. So that they're the best team in the league by far. And that you know, they could go undefeated. That's what you hear on through mainstream media, these narratives of the things that create value embedding. But when you have in Rogers on the other side, it's not like you're gonna get out much value because people are always gonna wanna bet on rod, right? The nine point underdogs. So I actually think that line probably about right? I think that like you said the Rams are much better team than Green Bay in the Rams at home. You know, they're going to be able to score pretty much will. So it's just going to be a matter of whether you know Rogers, putting up to to come in that back door and with the number of skilled players that he has that are injured or banged up and the pedestrian schemes that they run I wouldn't be surprised to see the Rams win that game by double digits zero any other game you wanna pick. Are we good? I'm going to pick one more pick plus the seven and a half over the bears fares another team that sort of like leading league number. To sort of turnover margin. They've been a team that has benefit in this case, you could say, well, maybe it's just that they have such a great defense with Khalil Mack what they're doing. And that's what force turnovers, but the Justice been sort of a sneaky underrated team this year. I think seven points with you know. Mitch Trubisky quarterback that I probably don't trust in a situation like this as an ability to sort of blow a team out. I like the jets getting more than a touchdown. Thank you, Jeff. And again, Jeff is eighteen twelve and three and outstanding podcast. It's called bet. The process and Rufus Peabody somebody we need to meet because we met Michael swimmer and he's working with Michael swimmer. You're all you're completely aware of that. Right. The analytics of. I'm aware of all of that. I think that's interesting is he in town ever. Rookus? Yeah. He was in town last week. I think he's in town right now. I'm sure he'd l-. He his sister is a big listener of your show. And she insisted he needs to come on. Yeah. I love to have he'd love to come into studio sometime. I'll I'll I'll have you guys connect. Thank you, Jeff, okay. Mob girls want to attack those. No, no. I'm not gonna do hangs up. He trump. Chuck Todd agree on three of those games. How about that? Wow. Interesting. That's great. It's interesting on the decisiveness of. All I know. Tony's you may want to tune into the smell test. Every once in a while on the Kevin Sheehan show. I'm nineteen twelve and three in the NFL. Thank you. Chance plus units on the year. I'm winning money for my clients. That's good. Yeah. That's so it's for for what would be ninth year at twelve. So you may want to tune into it. I can help you little bit. Can you help us on the Maryland report? You know, what let me read it. And I did. So let me just say this. Maryland. Said that it's football team program was troubled, but not toxic toxic is what was used in an ESPN story about a toxic culture. There was not only was there zero chance that Maryland would say, it's culture was toxic. There was so far less than zero than anyone who thought that word would show up as being confirmed is a complete imbecile because if you say, you have a toxic culture, you not only have to fire your coach, and you have to fire everybody. Nobody can stay nobody department. Nobody in the administration. If you say, it's a toxic culture. And plus you can't recruit for three to five years. You can't it's completely impossible. So what they said was well, we've had some problems, you know, and other people have problems too, but buying large by and large. We were trying to do it. The right way strength coaches are the same all over the country. That's every one of them is the same. The terrible thing that happened to Maryland. The terrible thing is a child died a player died and statue never have happened and every night in every other football program. People go to sleep thanking God that didn't happen with them in their workouts in their workouts. You still I believe you must fire the football coach. I don't think there's any chance he returns. No, not at all. But I think the one thing based on just this quick reading of the report. Ten seconds is that firing the head coach now with caused looks like that's out. That's not going to happen. So the university fire the strength coach had cool. So the university is going to be on the hook for durken's salary. That's right. But I do agree with you. I don't think there's any chance he comes back. But I'm not sure we will hear the results of whether or not the president AD cheat by twenty twenty. I think we'll get taking their feet. But in actual to be fired. I say, yes, I just can't see how any of them can survive. I think the president has to be fun basketball season starts in two weeks. What are they what are they waiting for you? That's what we care they waiting for. I don't know. Maybe they're just trying to wait it out. The elections are waiting for the midterms. Two two. Tuesday night decision people, really. That's that's it. That's all. I I I'm not going to make things. So we'll take a break. We'll come back with jingles. That's an Email. I'm Tony Kornheiser. This is the Tony Kornheiser show. Holly. Bag. We shu. Man. Span. Choose. This is Greg that Steve Lipton from Springfield. And that is that's art song. Is he a new eighty? I don't know done. It a million. I'm kidding love the hauling we get to the mail bag Justice of MLB dot com. And our predictive expert, Jeff Ma and you know, in the tension between mind, can no, no, no, no. He doesn't on your show raises a great show. I like him. I I just happened to be one game better than him on the NFL today. 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That is until they called up noted, degenerate, gambler and occasional political genius James Carville who sounded like he was yelling into a tin can from the other side of a Bank vault. I stopped. I exclaimed. Hey, I know that phone it was what a toy David Aldridge moment. I don't think anything's wrong with James phone. I don't think James talks into where you're supposed to talk mouth is away. From the any is holding the phone out. Can we coach him up? We've tried. We're gonna try. I'm a Nigerian prince with unique business opportunity for you. I've been attempting to Email dollars. So that I may become an investor in your for profit restaurant chatter. However, my close friend Steve sick of fan tells me you cannot and all the word to misspell cannot receive Email to your phone, please fix soon. So I may invest the password to accept the transfers Edith's. Eliza prince Hakim, Mike, Burke, Virginia, you are afraid of Sutin certain toothbrush because you didn't know how it could run without a cord and finding out at runs on a battery assuage your fears. Did you consider running into your yard planting the brush upright in the soil of north west and dancing around it like the apes danced around in the model of two thousand one a battery operated toothbrushes still an electric toothbrush just has a different source for the trinity. Would you feel better? If it was generating the power via tiny, portable windmill. He he destroys me. This. Skewers me. I'm like a kebab in his life from Chatwin Cincinnati, Ohio while the rant about your broken phone was podcast gold gold Jerry it brought back painful memories of talking on the phone with my father. Who is also an old man about his junk phone since you were a part of the one percent. I can only question why you haven't purchased a new phone or why anyone has an offered in new one to you. And when that happens, I can only hope Michael does what any good son should do take the phone away. From you, remove all the junk. You don't want asks you what you want your password to be writes down the password you loads, what is minimally gate need for you and hands it back to saying here grandpa, don't mess this one up, but really how much hope do we have about a man who's afraid to use an electric toothbrush? Then isn't connected to an outlet. What's the saying? If you can't use an electric toothbrush. You can't use an iphone PSI haven't quip. It's so easy. Even Nigel can use it to turn it on you press the button, a my the only one who had that doubt that that. I felt that electricity. You might have been requires a plug in situation. You might have been alone on that. I didn't think so Jeff Farris from hickory North Carolina ninety five I think did you try holding down the bottom button of your iphone and starts screaming Email if that screaming Email if that doesn't work as an employee of the company just scorned. I feel qualified to become the official apple Representative of the Tony Kornheiser show. Just put me up a little house, and I'll repair your phone whenever necessary. My guess is frequently I'll even split the ten dollar water Bill with you. If that sweetens the pot from Zach Nolan in Meriden, Connecticut, so let me get this straight. You battery-powered watch isn't an electric watch. What kind of batteries does? It have gasoline batteries clean powered batteries. But let me ask you when you plug something into the wall to charge it where do you think that electricity is stored onset device? I feel really stupid. I feel stupid about this. Because I am stupid. You're out on your bike. Everyone is all do wear. Why we're not gonna? 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Yeah, man I hate when I misread ready for the weekend. That sets me off Friday. Right. Well down downplayed against now right now, but maybe a little bit later on, we can play it again, Angel, but yeah I would just do five hours of ready for the weekend. No No, no, no, no, we got! We got a good five hours ready to go locked and loaded. supposed to rain all weekend this weekend. Just so you know I'm sitting there. Waiting for really great rain yesterday. Just it was kind of a little bit. the here in Apopka. At least I didn't what I wanted. What what level of yeah it was pouring right after we outta here was at your place. Yeah, man, it was awesome I was a house to myself for the first time while so for a minute there was just me and the pets, and we were just staring out onto the lake, fondly and I've. got a lake. Labs is kind of sleepy and. Me and the dogs are we all hung out together and had a quiet moment. Hey, by the way, a Carlos business take care of today. That's why we we didn't introduce Carlos So you You gotTA, Lake, May, and you go in the lake now known as. A community. That's the lake with where the hang out Lake what's. Name it offer late. We've deemed it I don't know what the official name of that places believe. It's highway runoff highway runoff lake. To Lake right next to each other. It's cool to look at. I saw jet ski out there and I was like. Wow, that's a really big jet ski for that small of a lake. You're GonNa live the jet ski life. It doesn't matter the size of the leg. Pull them. I do for puddle. No big deal I've I've lived. Never lived on a lake lived on a pond, a retention pond. But. This is a return oversize retention pond, but I call it a lake, even retention pond, though water is calming, you know something about water is awesome, and that's why I'm glad. I got a pool. We hang up by the pool of course not this week, because the the rain and everything, but well, that's getting wet. will go in. It's raining. But rains the best time to cuddle up on the couch, watching TV. That's what that's what that's all about so so anyway have a good day yesterday. Oh Yeah, just a beautiful day of I'm still lockdown like I. Don't know I do all. The world's back right everybody. Think. There's people going to restaurants today. They're going to the gym and been going to bars for a while. Of course you've seen that people are protesting altogether. You know virus, not not dealing. I'd give it a shot to the Orlando protesters and. Parts of to see you guys do this. All you guys that are protesting. Everyone's wearing their there and everything, but if you're working in downtown, Orlando you have a business down in downtown Orlando for whatever reason you're not doing that, so it's interesting. Did, you watch the memorial service yesterday. Yes, that's what I was doing. Mainland. Yeah, I watched I watched a lot of that man that was moving man I. Tell You what? I'll tell you what black people don't have to put on a great funeral that's. Had some inspiration and has made you WANNA get up. I mean it was it was I thought very inspiring when they did the eight minutes and forty six seconds of silence that was pretty moving and the radio stations, and not just already station, but all the IHEART radio stations have decided to show solidarity unity to do something today because you know like. Everybody. A lot of people, a large majority of people, most people at the radio station WanNa do something to show unity and solidarity and most everybody wants to say. Hey, listen you know. We're with you kind of thing. And that's why we're talking about. The HASHTAG which dirty Jim came up with I thought was brilliant. I backed him one hundred percent, and it's what we're using today. It's Hashtag. We hear you because a lot of times. You can say I'm listening, but you're not really listening to know whether I really hear what you're saying is a big difference, and you know we hear you as far as thousands of people all over the country. Who are marching and peaceful protest? We hear you. We hear exactly what you're saying and today at eight, Forty, eight or forty, six, forty, eight, forty, six and April six today all IHEART stations here in central Florida are going to go silent for eight minutes and forty six seconds now. That's remembrance of George, Floyd of course and to show solidarity and unity with people who are who are marching in who are out there. Protesting and I think as Carlos said many times. You know the peaceful protesting the you know the marching the protests kind of a young man's game. You know younger people are out there doing it. You know I'll be honest with you. I don't want to get out there with the corona virus, the thing and and riot breaks out I. Don't want to be anywhere around. It but I do want to show unity I. Want to show that I. Support Them and one of the ways that we're doing today is we're going to go silent. All the other stations are GonNa go silent as well for eight minutes and forty six seconds, and if you could share I, put up. A. An announcement, a flyer some sort of a thing to explain what's going on and I. Put it on our website, not on the website yet put it everywhere else I put it on. INSTAGRAM twitter facebook all over it. You could share that with the HASHTAG. We hear you that would be awesome, so added on our page. I didn't do it on the real radio one I get permission, okay, but for monster one and for my own personal ones I put Hashtag. We hear you and Hashtag show me when you vote because I think I just like you know. Other people have said marching and protesting one thing, but you do have to. Be Involved as well I, believe, and whichever side you're on whatever show me when you vote. You know Hashtag. Show me when you vote Hashtag. We hear you I think. Are you know if you could share that? It'd be great to get that trending today. and if you are a person like me and you listen, I'm not getting out in that crowd and march for a bunch of. Of different reasons concerned about covert I don't want to get in the middle of a mess, but I do support what is going on. Do Support the folks who are out peaceful processing. Then one way you can help join us. Today is to share the Hashtag that people written know that. Hey, what you're doing. We hear you so Hashtag. We hear you and remember at today at. Eight forty six a M. we're going to go silent now. Here's my idea, Angel and you tell me what you'd say i. told him I was talking to the bigwigs. You I think you need to play. Like heartbeat, or maybe the sound of breathing, or maybe a tick tick, tick, tick yourself somethin', so people don't flip around the dial and they hear that we're off the air and we just didn't pay electric bill. You know what I mean like like fish silent people. Some people aren't GonNa get it. They're not going to know what's. Going on, and they're just GonNa flip the some other station. It's not participating. Yeah, no, that was brought up in I'm looking through everything that was sent out yesterday, and there's nothing of that nature to that. I can send email up the chain real quick and see if the that's cool if we do that well, no, no I I already all for us to do it here, see I, I already talked to Rick Evert about it and Rick Talk to Linda about it, and for whatever is, they decided not to do that so I know we wanna be uniform with ever. Main thing was something like that Not all stations are probably to want to do something like that so I think it's pretty a huge achievement to get everyone to agree to do the eight minutes and forty six seconds of just silence. Yeah, but I'm just afraid. That silence doesn't say anything. You know what I mean like. Everything you just said how move were watching them. Do the silence, but that's on television. So you know what's going on so on radio were audio, and I'm just afraid that it's going to fall on deaf ears now to use a bad pun, but people won't understand what we're trying to say. That's my only concern. Well, I mean look the best that we can do. In the best thing you can hope for is like Whoa. We've been instructed as we're going into that. You set it up expend to what's going on if you're in Orlando and you hit up any of the IHEART stations in Orlando. We're all GONNA be doing it at the same time if you're if you're nationally. Around yeah, you're going to, and that's the way we're going to do it, but but but do you understand what I'm saying or if? You. Like in the call, what call would have, you have made I get what you're saying. And that's like the metrics, the show business side of it, and that is something that you're. You're really good at something that I wouldn't have thought of I think that the silence is I think it. Like I think it hits I think. It's over powering. Deafening. Silence. Gesture was deafening because you could see the people standing there in silence, so the impact was was large on radio. People are GonNA think we just impair electric now. Angel brought up a point. I didn't think about because before. I was sort of with you on the heartbeat of the breathing, but now if people do flip around, they'll realize that I'll snap like this station. This station signed off. This is a thing. Then, go to some other stations and they're going to be playing music, so they'll stop there where they're playing music. They're not gonNA realize we were doing something to show unity. So that's my only concern. Be Music Station. They're going to go to. That's not an IHEART. There are even though I. Don't pay attention to other radio station. I've heard there are other radio stations. Rock. Hertel that there are other stations out there I. don't listen to him, but and I'm just afraid that it's not going to create impact that that we want to create some sort. Who would you think is GonNa? Miss this that you think you're wanting to reach with us. I believe there will be a lot of people who are not in tune with what's going on and. By March, but by and large, those are the same people were trying to get in general right. The people that don't don't know what's going on. I mean saying like I. This is doing. This is for the you do this and you do this as a corporate. We're doing this as a closer as a unified front that we're all in agreement on this right so most part. Are you know for lack of a better term? Ones? The ones that were that are into what we've been doing all week long. They're looking forward to this. This is like this is a moment of solidarity. We're not gonNA. Lose any listeners. We're not gonNA gain in listeners. Listeners the people that are that are in tune to this and are in tune to what's going on in the world. They're going to catch. What's going on, I. There's No way that you've gone this whole last couple of weeks and not know about this story. There's no way that you've gone. Agree with that I i. just say if you were the person in charge. Buck stops there with you. What would you? I would have decided to play some sort of audio sound to make it even a repetitive one to really make it really resonate and. That's what I would have done, but of course I talked to Lynda Bird. About it I talked to recovered about it. They decided not to. That's their business at center. That's fine, but I'm just. I, just hope that people aren't I wanNA. Watch the texting service when it happens. And how many people are going to say? Hey, you're out there. Hey, dead hair! Get and they're not gonNA to. The point, okay, and then we come back and explain it to them. That's I mean the same thing happens thinking about it this way. Same thing happens when one of our sister stations gets knocked off the air. They text us when we've got knocked off the air. They text them. You know what's so Jr's off. The air is like yeah. They're probably doing attached or whatever while let them know so in that way you know it's a brings, highlights appoint like I said. You're going to introduce it, and then afterwards. We're going to get to explain it so hopefully. In between those two things, we can convey that message well, just trying to make the most impact as possible to show the people that are peaceful protests, and the people that are very affected by this that we are on their side and. Unity Solidarity at eight eight, forty six. WE'RE GONNA go silent for eight minutes and forty six seconds, and remembrance of George Floyd and You know. We wanted to make sure that it was. It was something that most everyone agreed on, and I think this i. think this is Great. It's awesome we'll. We'll take your take. Your phone calls what you think about the the eight minutes and forty six seconds of Solidarity also anything else you want to chat about. We can take your calls for seven, nine, one, six, one, zero, four one. You're listening to the march the morning. Need to hear someone else's opinions before reconciling your own Internal News. We got your FAM- Alexa. Play Real, radio, one zero four point one on iheartradio. Wondering who radio? Broadcasting live on iheartradio. I'm wrong with Angel. And Ryan and Angelique all here on this beautiful Friday weekend starting supposed to be rainy weekends, it'll be prepared for that and You were talking about something that all the iheart stations are doing today, and that is to show solidarity and unity for. Eight forty six. A four eight minutes and forty six seconds. We're going to go silent. People that are texting. They thought at eight forty six. We're were GONNA. Go silent for a minute. No, no, we'll be silent for eight minutes and forty six seconds, and and that's why I was thinking I would have more impact. Have some SORTA audio thing there, so people knew we were doing something and solidarity beds. Okay, WE'RE GONNA. Do Silence. They're gonNA. Do It on all the IHEART stations so be aware of that, and if you could share the little flier we'll be. What do you call this a flyer? What is? It's OK share the post that we have up on our facebook page and all of our social media you could share that with the Hashtag Hashtag. We hear you. or in? Those that you have in your hand I've actually ever seen one. Backside over to me. So I would have it here to talk about a piece of paper in front of forget about it and I. Ain't queer home. That's what I thought I'd like. Comes in all black. reversed. Ink Cartridge high did I know but I wanted to make sure I really. The right amount of I'm looking at. It's like physically wet I. Know I know I know know I thought about, but I'm like you know what I wanNA. Make sure you this around promotion, and if I don't have a dad. My Dad would like instead of sending me a picture. On the Internet he prints out on his like inkjet Printer full-sized photos that he took on his bad pam. Yeah, and then he mails them to me. Through the regular mail. Yeah Hey. I, did it. 'cause I WANNA. Make sure I wrote this properly and talked about it. Everyone knows what's going on at eight forty six when they hear silence on all the IHEART stations and it's just the IHEART stations. Other stations are participating so when you're flipping around, you hear silence, it's. It's not because we didn't pair electric bill because we. We're wanting to show unity with people who are peaceful protesting and and you know like you Wanna do everything like like if i. If I. Could you know if I wasn't worried about? The Cova did I didn't think. It was going to break out. I wouldn't mind being a part of of peaceful protest put too. Many factors go probably don't, but there are people that are out there. Thousands of people that are out there that are doing it and we do support them, and and this is one way to. Kinda showed that that we do so. That's what that. What that that's all about What else is going oh? Yeah? So now now because of my doctor's visit, my wife make him eat vegetables. That the state of like a nine year old. Argument I have with my nine year old age of Broccoli. Broccoli and Cheese on it now. Doing all this stuff, she casino. And it's it's. It's vegetables mashed up in different ways, you know. Hey Compete fat baby. This looks like rice, but really it's a cauliflower this. Say. This looks like some sort of sad. Green Salad chopped up a bunch of vegetables. But I must say since since I went to the doctor. I've already lost six pounds just eating vegetables wound. Six Pounds Day. I got a one my name. Is Volatile. All thinking of is that you wrexham toilet. Got Be like on its last leg. By My weight is volatile. It's a it's probably mostly water, weight or or look. Like you've done this a million times, I know this and everything, but I think if you wanted to stick. You're talking about lifestyle changes, and the rapid the rapidness which you lose and do this weight loss thing that's from a heart. It's probably. Probably maybe I'm wrong. Problems affecting me because I'm Christine I, get home yesterday. Advocate for you. Yes, she made she made us. She's like okay i. made a healthy chilly for you as well and I'm like Oh great now now. It's literally spilling over into my life, and now apparently on the health kick in the morning and in the evening. Yeah You took home every everything she made yesterday. One big swoop to outdo. Ryan's. Going be guilty eating in between the time that the show's over, and before he goes home all the food that's made for him in his truck. No, you want to hear something like weird fact. Okay, so mary-ellen made this chilly with corn bread, right and It's in the other room for most of the morning that free corn bread and it's. Good some break I had Sharon. Yesterday. I brought it home, and then I put it in my refrigerator and then i. pull it out last night. Eat It. The corn bread tastes exactly like the candles in Ross's house. That's how powerful the smell here it's into the corn bread, and then I'm. So. That, you, said her corn bread tastes like candy. No, it didn't when I eight in the morning because it sat like for four hours eight in your house. Tell lies. How I met my girlfriend and I said here taste this. Tell me the first word you think life and she goes candles. Yes. You're telling store I'm not and I'm going to get some weird version of cancer just being in here five days, we. s smelling cancer. That's my plan going back to angel, say Angel I would like to answer. I would like to rebuke what you say. Because you said Oh you gotTA. You GotTa Change Your Life. So that means I gotta learn to love vegetables and Hate Pizza and fried foods and hate hamburgers and hate all this I love. No never do as I say. And you know a hand up and everything is what I'm saying is that it's crazy this this is a key word, and it sounds insane to say this. What moderation I'd only know what? Do good like dude. You Bust your ass all week long and then you reward yourself on on a Friday night or a Saturday. Then you get back right back on it. You Work Buster ass all week long and the reward yourself. On a Friday and Saturday Burger here's good. You know what's not good pizza seven days a week for gentlemen your age. You know what's not good for gentleman your age. I'll throw that at me. Yeah, burgers every day. Just say a little moderation that's. What probably what would I lost was probably water. Wait. I know that so You know whatever so anyway I it was day yesterday, and she told me it's vegetable day you know weekend and whatever we're having a little snack eight o'clock as vegetable. Thing just so you know Ryan. Be Prepared. and. Now, it's all mainframes. Leak all into a food. I'M GONNA. Meet you on it. Saying Just Burger Greece or something like not not nothing disgusting, but just just to spite. You're just attain it again. Laughing me when I eat meat juice contain. I! They were live under a youtube channel radio MOSSER's on Youtube. Which I with you during the break? Don't go anywhere. You're listening to the mantra of the morning. Thank you for listening to the marches in the morning on radio. One, four point one, thank you for making the monsters. The number one morning show in town. We appreciate that and thank you for check out our website at monsters dot. Then there's a there is a post that we put up. If you could please share it okay if you've been a real radio listener for a long time listener if you could share it, it looks like this I'm showing it on our youtube channel and on our. Our facebook page If you could share that with the Hashtag Hashtag, we hear you that would be awesome and if you feel so inclined to put in Hashtag show me when you vote. That would be great, too. Because I think both things are important to be able to hear what people are saying, and then to do something about it by voting and no matter which side you want to vote on its. That's up to you, but you know at least participate in the process would be great. And and you know this is in solidarity and unity for the peaceful protest, and you know obviously Remember George Floyd and then eight forty six today for eight minutes and forty six seconds. We're going to go silent in solidarity and unity, and we're GONNA. Do It on all the other I heart stations as well so you know what's going on I'm wrestling along with Angel and Ryan and Angelique here. What now I know I know. That violence is not the way right. Violence is giving A. And you're preaching that and you're saying that and you and you WANNA. Make sure people. Don't do anything that's crazy and stupid, but man I gotTa tell you. If I'm being honest if I could beat the hell out of somebody just. Like one of those old John Wayne Punches right. Back in the day when you go. Rare back, and your punch him, and it just knocks them out, but they don't really get hurt. There's knocked out for a little bit. There is a post that shared I. Think Angel Casino I Know Ryan Seen It. We talked about this morning and this is a grown man. And he's a bike biker i. don't mean like a tough good bike i. don't mean like a tough guy I mean like he is a. Little Blue. Didn't speed bike with his helmet on and tight, tight pants and and bicyclists yeah. And and there are these two little girls, and they are passing out flyers in support of George Floyd, so I guess it's his neighborhood and he's riding his bike and he sees these are kids. I mean. The one girl looks like maybe nine kids. My Kids Age, yeah, nine eleven, nine and ten man who knows and they're, and they're putting these fliers up in support of black lives, matter and support of George Floyd and this guy and I don't know if you can put it up. Ryan, this guy on his bicycle right gets off his bicycle, and and rips the flyers out of the hands of these little girls, and if anyone deserves a good punch in the nose. And of course, violence is not good, so don't don't do what I say. I'm just saying it would really feel good to purchase guy in the nose. Playing playing before Oh. Yeah, yeah, yeah, well, I don't know he's got on YouTube. So you can see you saw this ain't. You! She is yeah. I haven't I had not seen that. Maryland and basically. These two young young girls and they're you know they're feeling. Author trying to be do what they can, and they're. Asia putting up these. Young kids are getting involved. Yeah, and this dude, and this is the part where this gets. Harry because this guy actually puts his hands. Yeah, on, someone, else's kid. Not His. It's not his right to do that. He puts his hands on that and that's where you know the father. If. You're done I know. I didn't think I think that was my daughter Brittany and some dude some goofball and A. Cyclist with his goofy helmet on and tight script, Japan's went over and touched my daughter and took a fly when she's trying to do a good thing, and so you know support unity to show. Hey, you know. We all need to love each other like she's doing something great and this dude is mad because these girls are putting up in his neighborhood and he. He Ritz it out of their hands. If you haven't seen the video, it made me so mad. This morning and I know violence is not the way I know you're not supposed to WANNA punch somebody, but sometimes that's hard to. It's hard to fight that feeling. You know what I'm saying. I can't the feeling anymore. Guys shared this I shared it. Yeah. Yeah Yeah. Anywhere else entertain it. Is it is? It's crazy. If you haven't seen it, it will make you mad. Ryan agree or disagree, agree or disagree. I don't know what that meant. You or do you disagree with what I'm saying that man if it if it was okay to give old John Wayne Punch in the nose one that that. You. Could get away with it with this particular guy. He was wearing the appropriate headgear for him being a bicyclist. So you know so he hits the ground. It's not gonNA kill him. Yeah, you know he'll bounce right back up. Back up I've got a couple of hate to tell you. What okay, so I I I actually came across his post as it was. I posted last night by the original guy and. They're not like nine year old girls they're. They're above eighteen, but they're both less than one hundred pounds. Cruel is not. Well I know I just don't want I. Just want to get that correct. There's no way that one is over eighteen. Yeah, he the guy, the guy who posted it I I have is original post. He's doing. He's answering questions in the post. And he said it's me and my two friends. Yeah, they're not. They're not children, but they're they're. They're young man. They look like children and they're. Both two girls that are both five five feet tall, and under one hundred pounds, and then he takes his bike and he's trying to run down. The person who is who who's got the the camera I guess. The person has a camera drops a camera. Did okay. So you research the? Did they say what happened afterwards? Police are looking for them what they were doing. They were They were on a bike trail in an affluent neighborhood of Maryland and they were going through an area that probably wouldn't be as receptive to a black lives matter movement, which rich white neighbor and they're putting up. They were putting up. Flyers actually had a bunch of them. This guy complete is unknown. Moment, but the police are aware of it and are looking for him. Really Yeah, so, what are the CIA? He rips the Flyer out of the girls hang out. Is that I was GONNA ask you. What? What would the charge be? Yeah Yeah. It. It'd be bad I mean you can't put your hands. Anybody? Who's your daughter and he ran at? Ran Out the guy. Random down I, can only imagine that this guy was probably a smaller dude, and was young himself and this. This guy was like a a pretty rip bicyclist. What's? Probably. He's he's. He's kind growing. Visible muscles. He's showing no. Fat On. This is disparity there because he looks like he's towering over everybody. So people are saying. Oh, well, they're. They're ages changes everything. Does it really matter if? People guys, but if you're the size of an eight year old girl, okay, you're not an eight year old. Let's say she is eighteen. Like Ryan says and I don't believe that, but he says it's so whatever. It but it it fact base if that girl is the size of an eight year old girl, but she's eighteen. Does it matter no, Oh, I think that video has staged. Shut up! What now yeah, yeah, you could tell. It's not staged now. this is This is real youtube right now. Have the science disparity between the two people, and and again like what I've read their five, one five two. And so he's an imposing for a guy. It next compared to these little girls. Yes, yeah, for sure. For Sure Oh man, but I know you know. Violence is not the way you're not supposed to punch somebody in the face, but someone like that just. Don't put your hands on. Makes you makes you mad? Makes you really really this video. Piss me off and I watched it last night just just how? This is a guy who already has prompted life he. This guy probably hates women because. You have to. You have to be a certain kind of due to just attack random girls on a bike trail too angry about signs, and fully knowing that you're not gonNA get in trouble and you have imagined. The dude was kind of small in this situation. If it's more of a class thing trying to figure it out, okay, a class thing Ryan like okay I have an wealthy in my wealthy neighborhood I. Don't want these nasty flyers. Flyers I don't care if they're flyers for puppy. Dogs that are lost I don't care if they're flyers for George Floyd I don't want flyers around my neighborhood, so maybe that's what his thing is. Maybe it's not hey. I hate the 'cause. He doesn't like litter littering. In My neighborhood, I pay a lot of money to live. There are people that are like that I. Pay a lot of money live here. There will not be feuer's. Hood. Don't pay a lot of money to live on the homeowners. The homeowners visit and it's the clearly says in the bylines. There'll be no wires. says. I'm allowed to beat tiny ladies if they put up signs. Yeah, this isn't even his area like there's no way he owns this bike trail. This is a public bike trail. Well okay. I lived in an exclusive neighborhood for a little while over the springs, okay and people in the springs. Have you ever go on their little their little neighborhood chat thing on facebook. They people that live. There have all these These feelings about the rules of what you're allowed to do. Their and Song Clave Yeah. Yeah they get. Second. Yeah, you know what I'm talking about. So the you know you're not supposed to put fliers up on the spring, so I could see some snooty white dude getting all like he doesn't care what the Flyer say my point is. You can't put fliers opera. I'M GONNA take him out and girls ain't I mean. Maybe that's his thought. Process I don't know yeah, and I'm not excusing I'm not saying this any better. They are older by the way like. It's still like tiny ladies that we've got their hands. Put on by dude who then tried to run over another guy with his stupid bicycle. See by the way seeing anybody aggressive in bicycle gear is hilarious if He does not look. No. You're in your Leotards, and you're super tight, and you've got your dumb nerdy bike helmet on. Yeah, no one's afraid of you. Man Made me so mad when I saw this morning. It's A. there. There are people you just don't understand yeah. I mean like you. You don't WanNa. Meet violence with violence necessarily I. Mean you might want to. You're not supposed to supposed to fight it The I'm in the sign of the Times are. What's going on right now? As we speak right because I, was in one video that was has been circulating, and it's just it's uncomfortable to watch, and then there's the other video that's circulating out of Buffalo where the Buffalo PD is. Going through a public area and there is an older gentleman there's there's no question about this old man walking through that they push him to the ground falls. Head on on the ground and instantly starts bleeding. And like who what that response to that particular that? What is that helping like? How is that helping? How is that contributing? How is your? De Escalating. There's a local story that I saw this morning and it was I right here. In Central Florida Hispanic girls pulled over police officer tells her to get out. She doesn't get out and so I mean I mean he's. He says you need to get out. I'm GonNa, pull you out. And then she saying no, and he breaks the glass pulls her out and it's like. He reached into her car to try to undo to try to open the car door as he does that. She starts rolling up the window. Then that's why he breaks the window then opens the car door and then pulls her out. I mean she's in the wrong, but I think officers a need to know how to deescalate things and not go right to you know especially now of all the time. Breaking last, you listened lot going on listless. de-escalate this and the proper way. Let's get her to get out without breaking the glass. You know there but I? Didn't have the tools to do it. You know what I'm saying. There's a couple of questionable things that are going locally with our law enforcement OPD. Curfews are eight o'clock. Why are you boxing people in and not letting people leave from downtown Orlando what's what's Raff? I've got a couple of friends that have been down. There I got a couple of friends who have been detained I've seen a couple of videos of downtown like if they're protesting and they're trying to leave. Why are you boxing them in? Why are you making it difficult to leave? Why are you making it difficult to leave or move around in downtown Orlando? If you have nothing to do with a protest, it's insanely difficult and I drove down to go to a place to eat. Eat and in order to get there. It was almost impossible and then to get back every single road. You can't drive down Orange Avenue every single road, and then you have your one way streets, and it's almost squadron. Why would you go downtown to eat? If you know that there are protests that are going on why businesses suffer, because there are protesters, I'll tell you right now. I didn't even think I didn't even think about. It I I was in craving chilly and I heard. The? Truth I heard there was awesome, chilly place a brand new place in downtown Orlando Cincinnati Chili it was porn rain when we left here yesterday, I, wanted to go get. Some Chili didn't think about. I just did not think ended up in downtown. Orlando could not. You can't move you thought is. Their protests going on downtown Orlando. I'm staying away from the protest. Really are near City Hall. So the thing is is that they're really welcome. Start somewhere they walk about a half a mile and going into. Downtown! And Look I support those people I know I think this is important is not just something that just happened in Orlando, it's crazy to watch it happening all over all over the country, and what is really really awesome as it's all races, all creeds colors. I I think that is great. That's why once again at eight forty six, where it'd be doing the it's in solidarity Remembrance of George Floyd for eight minutes and forty six seconds we will be silent here on real radio, one or four point one, and on all the other IHEART radio stations to show unity and solidarity, and that we we, we support those of you who are with the peaceful protests, obviously none of us support the you know anything to do with rioting or looting or stealing none of that stuff. Obviously, we think that's horrible, but but as far as solidarity want to do something to show people that are protesting for those of us. They can't and there's a lot of you the. The same I want to go out, but you know Cova. Nineteen is still a thing. I want to go out, but man I don't WanNa get caught up in a crazy right, so if you WANNA show support today, share our Hashtag and let's get that trending. It's Hashtag. We hear you and also hashtags show me when you vote I. Think both those are extremely important, and if you can show solidarity and unity with all of us, because I want the people that are the people that are protesting I want to know that we do hear what you're saying. We're not just I'm listening. Really listening, we actually hear what you're saying, and it's making an impact i. know for me ever. Since the first time I saw You know that officers. Knee on George Floyd's neck. It changed my opinion about things that I thought I was dead. Set with you know, and it made me look at things differently. You know. I normally didn't like talking about this kind of stuff. When I saw that I'm like you know what I think, I probably have a responsibility to talk about it for the people that say are my friends. You know you WanNa say these guys are your friends, but you don't want to help out in a situation like this, so it it it chain. It changed the way I looked at things and if we. Can Look at things differently. It might might help a little bit and I know there's some of you that are sick of hearing about this, but you know what this is history in the making man. These are historical times twenty twenty. We're going online. It's it's horrible, but this is one of the most historical years we've had in decades. You know with everything that's going on. So this is a this is part of it and we do appreciate your being here. We are GONNA. Do Trivia and goofy stuff. We'll do all that today, but we do want you to know that you know real radio and the monsters. Do Stand in solidarity and unity with The protesters, the peaceful protesters I think they are doing the right thing so there you go You feel okay today. Right homes. I Feel Great Russ I'm ready to just crushed this weekend as it goes and and yeah. I'm super proud IHEART. Can I be can be real with your second. Please don't cry like yesterday for the whole show to do whatever man I got, the motion of tiered got so much love and response from that like I. I must have had like fifty five. Just facebook messages people I've never talked to before. It was amazing, so thank you to everybody who sent me that love yesterday, but I am Brown iheart like there's a lot of these companies that do this fake version of. You know. Whatever activism and they'll change their twitter profile and they'll do that. Yeah, and people say like Oh. WE'LL IHEART two billion dollar company. What what are they doing besides that? They're letting US talk and they're letting us. Talk about this, not only letting us, but sending emails encouraging us to do this well, and you're right, and you know and we also May. We're talking about the meeting that we had the other day and everything. We also wanted to make sure that this was not disingenuous. This whatever we do is not some BS, and it's not like that it's it's real. And from the actual from the heart, no pun intended with Iheart, but you know what I'm saying that if It. Was You said the heart? And and I think it. I think it's perfect I think Hashtag. We hear you as perfect. Jimmy came up with that I think it's great. I came up with the show me when vote things some time ago and I. Stole it from you. And and I think that's really important I think if everybody. Had I. I don't think so looked it up anyway You would see the video which is a couple years older than a few weeks ago. I didn't see it. Ryan, show him the video on the break. Break his heart. That's what he's. Right. Look look at much is changed. Already. Let them just have them. I can tell you that I can see it anywhere. I thought that I made it up anyway once. That's all that's important. Have a rush, rollins twenty Tony when you vote, you know. Here all the people that are marching also vote then change can happen and a lot of times people will go, and they'll march, and then they don't. They don't follow up with the thing. That's the most important thing and that is voting. Whichever side you WanNa vote for it. Just everyone needs to participate. That's what that's about, but. Now all right. Yeah, you did Russ. Rallied shuttle. All right we'll do when we come back. A four, seven, nine, one, six, one, four, one or toll-free. It's one triple, eight, nine, seven, eight, one four one HASHTAG. We hear you HASHTAG. Show me when you vote. You're listening to the much the morning. Routine. All, The time. You need. 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If you get it right, you can promote whatever you want for a minute, and you also get a prize and if you don't get it, then you got three people that can help you if you need to be Angelique. It could be Ryan homes Mr Trivia man, or it could be angel. Are you ready sir? This common household item was invented on this day in America in eighteen, sixty, originally powered by running water, a turbine and belts. What is it? Eight hundred sixty, would you say? Of Your! Song. Now, terrible answer horrible. Guess. and. Turn your microphone on there brilliant one Who Do you want now? Who Do you want to help? You've got Ryan. You've got angel and you've got Angelique. Ryan now right Mr. Trivia Man Ryan homes. This common household item today was admitted on this day in eighteen sixty in America, okay, originally powered by running water, a turbine and belts. What item are we talking about? That is an old time. He vibrator Russ. That's the first one. Yeah. The stick it up to signal and really crank up the power on. That is incorrect Char-. Who Do we have on WHO's next angel? Up Next. We've got Jim. From Ocala Jim. How're you doing buddy? Hey pretty good. Actually I'm right across the street from your. Home Morning Russ over Spring State Park Oh, yeah. I'm in their front yard rest and. Outside. Is your mind because there's always a line to get in there, and it's a Friday is already already packed? We were in their last night there. We bring the broadcast last night. I love doing that. That's awesome. Buddy, all right cool well I got here's a trivia question. This common household item was invented on this day in eighteen, sixty, originally powered by running water, a turbine and belts. What item are we talking about? how a! Barbara spousal. Garbage disposal. Now that's that's not it. Who Do you want to help either Angelique rangeuil but garbage disposal angel fire Angel Rivera. Common household item everybody's got. It on this day, eighteen sixty in America I didn't know they were making America. originally powered by running water, turbine and belts. What did Ryan Say vibrator he said he with a comedy answer I wasn't freelance. I'm I can picture this happening Oh. Okay and your household good data. We everybody has them I would have to say yes. Everyone has at least one of these in their home. Yes. Do you like using it. I use it every day. Dan? Yeah! I was GONNA. Say dishwasher dishwasher. Guest. That's not it. Who Do we have next hour? We Got Rodney for cloud ready with at Saint Cloud. WHAT'S UP BUDDY? Morning as happy Friday. Happy Friday new to man have good weekend. This common household item was invented on this day in eighteen, sixty in America originally powered by running water turbines and belts household item I use it every day i. don't know about you guys but I do. What do you think it is? About a dishwasher. That's exactly what? Just said so. That's why I miss it I I was. I. Got The saint cloud. That's all right. Can help though she might be able to get it right for you. Angelique, I was thinking of a mixture but I don't see Russ using a mixture every day. and. Close. If. You get it right. Ronnie's a winter, I know the washing machine sounds good. A washer does sound really good washing machine. You think I use the washing machine every day. Stop asking Angelique. Takes not entire segment answer. Give me an answer you got. You got ten seconds. Eight! Compose myself because Ryan. Got This I said I love for sure a dish No He's not close. We got up next. Next we've got dominic from Code Dominic Meisters available now. If you don't get it, so you can ask anyone you want dominic here. Here's your question, buddy the. Is Common household item was invented on this day in America in eighteen, sixty, originally powered by water, a turbine and belts. What do you think it is? A, Ban! What kind of Fan Dominic. Oscillating fan a ceiling fan. A ceiling fan is correct there you go, that is the answer. I use it every day right here I was gonNA kinda point up. I have a ceiling fan on right above me, congratulations, dominic, Dominic! What would you? Who would you like to promote? What would you like to promote for You got a minute commercial on real radio. All the third nares out there working all day every day through all these times, and all the cops and people working in the food industry. and. And my friend Scott. This is my friend Scott Wisconsin. Shutout this guy what does he do? He Takes Office for me all day I can't. God bless him. He just listened to you. That's GONNA, Dominic. Dominant dominates It's good all right, listen. We're GONNA. Put you on hold you win. The prize and yeah to answer was was ceiling, Fan and I mean. You'd have to say as I was writing. This like every house has ceiling paramount right in the state of Florida. Not House, but I know what you're saying. It's a lot. It's very prevalent. Yeah! Because it helps with the you help I. Mean Older houses because of their structures and everything, they can't put the ceiling fan of, but they'll have a countertop fan that kind of stuff. When I lived in a trailer, it didn't have a didn't have a fan. Well, okay, yeah I, said every Yeah Okay I mean check your privilege Russ like not everybody has ceiling fans right well. Actually. I didn't say everyone has a common household item. Is What it is and I use it every day because I. have a fan on above me as we're working here now. Do you ever go? Do you ever have a friend? Though like grown up? That didn't have AC in their house. Oh, I did not have a growing up until we were I. Think I was ten or eleven. Really Yeah, yeah, terrible sleep with a fan on me at night hot as hell it was it was. Back in the sixties and early seventies, not every house in Florida how to. A Yeah I used to stay on friend's house and they didn't have ACL. They had one as a unit was in their parents room. We had to sleep on the floor. Tile because the tile was cold. One hundred percent on a it was a really hot night. We got permission for MOM and dad to sleep on the floor. They're sleeping bags because they had a C- in their room. That was that. And then and and and we'd have ceiling fans until you took a while, but now have you ever put a ceiling fan up? No. Yes, I I know. Angelique has replaced the LIGHTBULB. She's more manly than. I. It's one of those things that really isn't that hard. You know it impresses some people but putting. Isn't that you could do it intimidating at first like when you first look at it and you're just like. Oh, my Gosh! Touch, the wires and I. What if I don't like, connect them correctly and the whole nine yards, or if falls, but now it's really cool the way that they have a lot of the things. You don't have to live the brake. Hold it or have someone else. Hold and try to do now. They have ways that it helps out a lot. Yeah, that's that's one of the weird things. When I'm like house hunting, go into the and there's the spot, but for the ceiling fan, but it's just like a plastic cover over it and I'm like I. Don't know how I'm GonNa do this, but. It's not that bad. Yeah, it's not bad. Super vaulted ceilings eighteen sixty. That's a long time ago. And they rigged it with with running water and. I guess back then. That was genius. That's cool. Though man I want one of those. I like those when I go to Home Depot I see those old time. He look in fans with the belts on it I'm like that's me about the old school fans. They will use the like the poems. That's a good porch style. If I'm on somebody's porch and they have those like you're rich. Hey, when we come back, take a guess. Okay. I'll let you I'll give you kind of think about it. What Song Do you think? This is A. Metal what what is eighties eighties hair metal hair. Hair band metal crew. So. What Herrmann okay, so what eighties hair metal has made the billboard top twenty once again. Don't don't don't don't shout it out yet. Way To we come back. I attack. You're listening to the the. Plant. Remind you that at. Eight forty six today all IHEART radio stations go silent to show unity and solidarity for those who are marching peaceful, protesting and to show solidarity in remembrance of George Floyd, so it's eight forty six. We're going to be silent for eight minutes and forty six seconds. If you could share this post, that'd be great with the Hashtag Hashtag. We hear you because we want people that are protesting. That are peaceful protests and realize that we do hear. Hear what you say what you're saying. And and I think it's very important that if you're gonNA protest you need to. You need to vote as well Hashtag. Show me when you vote. So you could share those to those two hashtags that would be great and remember that today when you're listening to the radio station and you hear silent it's because it's where reason, okay, silence silence can really save yesterday if you watch the the the. Wasn't after the funeral. Memorial Service Right? Yeah, but if you watched it man when they stood there for eight minutes and forty six seconds, I was pretty powerful, and you know. The radio stations wanted to do something to show that that we do care we. We hear you know you listen to us all the time. We want you to know that we do here. You and that's what that's what that is about so ask the question before the break What Song you think that was a hit. In the eighties. It was a rock. Song of the eighties is now back on the charts. I probably should have save this for the ones and twos ones coming up in a little bit but I thought it was funny, headed one of my one of my topics. What do you think Let's go with the right homes you. You tried to blurt something out. What do you think is? Number eighteen on the billboard chart now a song from nineteen, eighty, four, nine, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, four I'm going with. We're not gonNA. Take it. We're not GONNA take not a bad guess around that time, so yeah, I guess that is not the correct answer, Angelique? Where do you think Eighties Metal Song? That's call that meddler rock. Hair metal, I guess. is now back on the charts. I think Ryan's guess was great. And there is not one that is coming to my head. Some GonNa, pass it on Angel Angel. You take the. Closer than an anonymity. You gotTA guess you can't and and what you did. You creatively said. Without saying I don't know and that we. Now Right. You're the one who said it all the time now. You won't say it at all. I sure but. I know but I would rather do ten pushups, but anyway take a guess. What metal song from the eighties you think could have a resurgence. Comes your head your head on your. Age over the Eighties Rob Song. Eighties rock song. You say I will remember what it Jobe Bon. Jovi's song any eighties. Eighties rock band. Let's start with that young. Rock band from the eighties any of them. There's a whole. Plethora Leopard Motley crue. Okay I mean I can bates. A song named one of those. For one thousand nine can't think of anything. Always. Bands have like twenty albums between. This is more fun than getting. Out of. Her mind. That, she tried to creatively pathway. Pass it onto you, Angel. That's how we do know. You got to take this back to you back. Trying think. Made a song about the activities that happened in the restroom, one band at a song about a condiment. One being? was talking about would they. Can't say okay, but there are other things that these days so many song. Of songs I know and he was one. We've given you now over two minutes of one. Amazing which I know is not during the eighties, but whatever cool amazing. AEROSMITH! Oh! Okay Angel I'm Bob Angel knows this from nineteen eighty four is now on the there you go. It's number eighteen on the billboard. Charts wreck rat with round and round. Because of the geiko AD. Have you seen it? Yes, and I think it's very. Around and round. I think it's a funny, commercial and Stephen. peercy boy new. Drugs in age haven't been good to him. I'm curious. Do we know who owns the rights to the song by? Sue The guy? Do the guys from rat owned the right or did they sell this long ago? And this and somebody else is reaping the rewards of this being in this commercial. I think that that's really Stephen Peercy. Brat singing it, but whoever wrote this commercial, or whoever wrote the song and whoever has the publishing rights to the song now because of those guys would sign, it would sign away their publishing and so. That's how a song like this ends up in a commercial and I'm curious if those guys are getting any rewards from that, this is the second time this is happened. Where a guy go. Commercial has made a song. Come back. Put it back on the charts. The other time was a final countdown. Remember they were doing account a. Europe yeah, this is the one where they say what we bought this house, but it's got a rat problem. Rat in the basement. In, the cellar, which is funny because their album is out of the cellar. But. Doing rounded. You've heard that's on before. Right Angelique. The second, said yes, around and ran one. I don't know if I've heard or not. No never run around I. Don't know Bush, there's gotTA temperature. But yeah. The show though how I don't know if it's volatile How how the rock chart is now angel that. in rock music that that song now is number eighteen on the billboard charts after all those years since machinating about is. Look, it's a testament to the music and lets you know that regardless of. That, how much we? Know How bad. People bagged on eight hair metal, and at some point it was the punchline to a lot of jokes, and and all of it deserves deservedly so because they got you know over-bloated and all this kind of things. But at the core of it, the music is good and like you can bring on like that presented in a commercial and kids. Today are like wait. What is that and Home on, and that's that's kind of cool, and and that's the only way that song ends up back in the on the billboard charts. Yeah you know what was the. I believe Stephen peercy either Stephen Pierce or someone else in the band was related to Milton Berle, and and in that in that. Video round around, video, Milton. Berle makes it makes. An appearance which at that time nineteen, eighty-four people, a lot of the people that Aid Sydney, the Milton Berle was but but he was in their original video, which which got a lot of attention, but poor all Stephen Peercy. He lives like he'd been on a diet for twenty years. Yeah, there's actually two versions of rat that exist. Yeah, there's. Bastards or something they've been fighting man. Yeah, that's what I was I was surprised that this even exists at all. Because they they've been fighting and the Bobby Blazer is the other guy in Renton. He actually owns half a rat and personally owns half a rat, so they tore separately as rap. It's really audited with those guys. At some point, they would have hoped that these guys would have been able to kind of come to some kind of reconciliation and four under that Mon and Kinda do with Motley crue did because it's really weird. People love rat that the band and it's really like there's some hardware there's I. Tell You a march of twenty, nine, thousand nine. There was two rats out why they're in this commercial now because the now after Federal Court rules that are can't be can't use the name rat anymore i. will tell you this when you're looking through all that all the. Old old audiotapes from our old shows back to go all the way back in one thousand nine hundred nine riot has them all now, and he's listening to a bunch of them. There is a if you find Stephen Pierce of rat. We did an interview with Stephen Pierce rat. He came into the show. He was really a Super Super Nice Guy, and he was very any brought. A Guitar player with the problem ended up being that he wanted to. He's house all do song. If you want me to like okay, that's awesome you know. And he sang, and his voice was not really doing great that day, and then everybody just ripped him up after he did us a favor and. He did around around and did another song, but his voice is really bad, and then at the end I forget how he found out, but I we had a texting service then. But somehow he found out that people were dogging him. I- all the caller caller. The callers were he sounds like crappy socks, and and he really got his feelings hurt. But. He was a super nice guy. If you find that that audiotape, that'd be cool. I haven't come across that one, but yesterday I came across you actually doing a phone interview with Gene Simmons a kiss Oh. Is that the one? Gene in Paul at Ace and Peter were going to the To the Chinese theater to get the star on the Hollywood walk of fame, we talked to them. They were in the Limo here that. Yeah, it's. It's funny to hear that because you're very. Show, just like let them have this one. That's the way it always. If anyone from cases on Jimmy was never interested. Yeah, and the other people on the show didn't care, but for me. It was a big deal. Marc Mero had gene simmons. Call in the Limo on the way to. Hear that yeah, well, you're going to have to pay the money to join monster rewind because there's no free rides on. Holidays. Those are my. You gave the tapes to me. They became my tape I. Didn't have them to you I. said you take them and put up the website, but I didn't say. Well websites aren't free Wrestlemania to join monster rewind. If you're going to get, you're GONNA. Make me pay listen to kiss interview that I. Did yes and I hate to tell you recipes right? Said here you go, Ryan, do it what you want backlash I have Mario Evidence. there. You're not going to let me listen to Jean Paul. Ason Peter Limousine on the way to the to get their star walking straight interview. Very excited very cool, and it's GONNA cost you a subscription. Feed him on three one. It's a small price to pay for what is a great moment. You'RE GONNA. Make me sign up to listen to my own all. Yeah Yeah. I, don't think I'm wrong on this I. I also know the Cook around here. I also. Know the woman that cooks your breakfast every single. turned. McMahon. To set up this website alone into into all the time that I spent. That the comes your way and. And I appreciate that, but never an agreement that I had to sign up a subscription fee to get food every morning. How long was the interview? It was a widely. Read our. You have for like two guys that talked to you for that were on their way to. Paul in gene. Gene Limo. Did he give the phone to ace and Peter or not know that? Yeah, they wouldn't Peter Talk. That was pretty funny and they're talking about that. was I guess the inception of the Demon. Dale Tour Berg they were talking about how they that was about to be a thing. Del Toro. You're not going to get to hear this unless you sign up. You're kidding. Give this limit. Our record it for me. I have to record. You don't understand with. These tapes I have to do them in real time. Don't have many how many! How many hours of tapes do you think we have? Altogether? It goes back to that was. That was nine, hundred, ninety, nine. Right, yeah I. Almost one I've found I. Think goes back to the ninety eight some around there. But Yeah I've got a big just used to see my living room right now. Just stacks and stacks of tape because I've been putting them in order of. Months and years I can go through them. All found the one I wanted to here. Yeah, well, you can hear it. You can absolutely here by going on three one dot com. If you make? You paid here my own damn. What he's doing. I, I, I don't know a lot about website building, so I don't know how to even make you a free account if I wanted to. Record it and I just WANNA. Hear that Oh. Yeah! I mean I think I have the file in my computer right now. I want. Is that. Is that fair? I think that he should probably do you a solid and let you listen to it since you've asked him for the last three months. Yeah, yeah, but here with Angel says now he's making me eat healthy and. That's that's just the recent turn of events, and that's should be negotiated later, but for the solid of all the great food that you've had up until this point. Maybe you throw him that little bone and then find another interview that He. That's I don T. Find You, don't let me have. GonNa. I'm GONNA I'm. GonNa. Get Your your pool, your pull truck and I'M A POPULAR POPULAR POOL! You'RE GONNA pop. You won't let me hear my own interview. Some of Popular Pool. Pop Your Pool truck whatever. That that's. That's pretty much that man. You don't mess on the guys pool. HOW DIFFERENT WHEN YOU'RE! All those when you hear that interview and you hear everybody's voices. How much different does it sound from one thousand, nine, hundred ninety? Two now. I tell you it's it's so different. Because it's. It's just it's so. Different competitive in a weird way, and everybody's like beating to get a joke out. Yeah, it's a lot more wild and fancy free and. These ones you're more of like a ringleader, just trying to keep everybody under control. That's what it was yeah and. And, and I had to actually say listen. I really wanted to do this interview. Everybody shut up and let me talk to Paul and Jean and s and Peter. Yes I. Mean I could play you a sample of it if you want. I. I mean I do here. Really off like a narcotics drug dealer now at this point. You're going to give them a little taste for free little taste. Totally this. Little tape just a little here. All right good. You don't have it. Eleven o'clock okay. Hotlines and hotline, Gene. Simmons is on. Is he on the line? I think he is I don't think so being so. Detroit rock city. Row. Data's and gentleman. This is a big deal for me all right? It's a very big deal as everybody knows, has been listening to this show for five years. one of my my favorite band of all time is kiss without a doubt. We started this show playing kiss every single day. This is the only show that can say. We've played kiss every single day five year five years. There's never been a day. We hadn't played a kiss on on the line with right now is the one and only Gene Simmons. You Doing Jean. That stand them to the brakes maybe. Come on man. Bro Put a lot of time and effort I have too late to new son of debris these many. Just. To audio compression and editing and a lot of stuff, plus load them up in real time, so by the way what I just said rings true now in two thousand and twenty ever since done this show, there has been a kiss on played every single day for. Every single show for twenty eight years. That is oh. I got to hear that. Dad Join Monster Dot Com. There's a subscription fee and you get all kinds of fun episodes and relive your life other than that. They're just a bunch of stinky mini disks that you had no use for you gave them when we come back. Angels going to bring you monsters sports. 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It's going to go silent show, solidarity, and the show unity and It's our way of showing love so So that's what we're doing today. Just so you know. I'm Russ rollins along with Ryan homes and Angelique and now angel bring him or sports. Sports brought to you by monsters. Dot FM. Have that be things that you do to take your mind off of everything throughout the day go check it on the website that guys are keeping the podcasts at the date for trying and everything. That's going on right now. We're trying to find some things to bring levity to your day to. Lighten up and so let that be there. There's a really funny mean. Are about picture that's going down. I don't know why girls do this, but nowadays is popular for girls to stick out their tongue at the camera when they're taking a picture this girl is taking a picture with a big giant. Walrus like the dude is massive. He's used and I don't know they've trained this kid the Walrus to do this or whatever, but he he sticks his tongue out at the same time with the photograph. It's a really cute moment and I. It's it's funny. It just makes. MAKES ME GIGGLE! That'll be bogged going here. Momentarily on monsters DOT FM again. Just bring a little levity, just a moment of just to make you go go check that out right so check this out, and this is going up for auction, and again I'm with everything that's going on sports. Memorabilia sales are going through the roof and it's crazy to me. In twenty seventeen, a nineteen forty-eight bouwman baseball box. This is a popular baseball cars of that era and They had one thousand. Thousand nine unopened boxes sold for five hundred twenty, one thousand dollars right the guy who paid that amount of money for it is going to take one of the packs for him nineteen on open packs. He's GonNa. Take one for him, and now he's putting it back up for auction. It's eighteen unopened packs set has only forty eight cards, and they includes rookie rookie cards of staying mutual mutual, sorry, Beira and spawn, and they're gonNA speculating how how much money will go for it. It now F- It'll hit the five hundred twenty, one thousand dollar mark again or more than that, so that's going on over this weekend and we'll keep an eye on that and I'll give you update to that on Monday over the or overnight NFL players got together and put out one of the most powerful messages. It's a seventy-second video. I'M GONNA. Play for you momentarily, but the voices that you're going to hear our Tehran bath. You De'andre Hopkins Jarvis. Landry Patrick Peterson. Barclay Odell Beckham. Junior Patrick Mahomes. Shawn Watson these are all the guys some of the players that were involved in this public service announcement this commercial that went viral overnight, and this is what it sounded soundbites. Hold on one. That's not wanNA play for you. As George Floyd birdied. To. To listen to. What will it take? For one of us to be worried about police brutality, if I was tours I, if I was George. If I was Jewish fel I was. I was George Floyd. Jewish, Moon here Brianna I am. I am here. Tamir Rice. More. Walter Sky Michael Brad Lie Samuel. Hill fringe smart. Blue besides we serve. Ishin. So behalf the National Football League. This is what we the players would like to. Hey, state we. condemn. Systematic oppression of black people. National football wrong it and our players from peacefully protesting. Leave black lives matter black lives matter. Like lives. So, Now that's the message the players put. Together as a unified front, that's the message they put out there. YOU HEARD NOTCH TO? To tapper nick there you heard odds to you know black lives mattered. What's important and it's a direct kind of different stance or different approach to making that matches than what was put out by the League, so this is the players association, and then there's the league was earlier in the week. And that's why. I also think what Jimmy came up with dirty. Jim came up with the Hashtag we hear you I think it's important, too, because they are. Are you listening really and Yeah I? Also like happened drew brees drew brees. apologize straighten things out, and it looks like his teammates, except the apologetic or some other people said Oh. Yeah, you're only you're only accepting. You're only saying that now. Because people were coming down on you, but but I think people can learn. I think people can see I know. I see things differently now you know. I think it's possible for drew believed to see things differently now as well. I take not. Offensive not take. A It's hard for me to people to not give people the flexibility to be able to. Learn and change and adapt like you're saying with yourself. Ross, so so there are people that were getting at drew brees and getting that for all these things and was like at the end of it. Like. We have to have some room to afford forgiveness her. AFFORD OPENNESS OR AFFORD DIALOGUE, and you're going to try to cancel this dude out. Afford not just for for moment of not. Having introspection to know what to say at that moment, we gotta be flexible with this man. It's there's a lot more going on then you know just drew brees all of this and I. You know what I'm saying so, but to that point it was again Ernie from NBA NBA tonight He has some words that broadcast crew. Shaquille O'Neal Charles Barkley. All those guys. They were on television I thought because the NBA's coming back and before we get into that the He had some statements that he was talking about. In regards to the flag that were I thought were appropriate as well. Here's the situation. You can fly the flag at your house you can. Salute the flag. You can revere the flag. You can respect the flag and all of those are fine what you cannot do. Is Use the flag. As a blindfold. You can't. You can't use the flag as a blindfolded Nazi. The things you've seen with your very that, tell you what's keeping this country. Held back. Is this suspended operations when you see these things happen. You can't be blinded. By that. and. Yeah so that was Arnie from TNT broadcasting his words about that again. Those guys were on television last night. Because we are going to have the NBA, NBA officially back. The Board of Governors voted that in Orlando in Orlando, it's going to be twenty two teams in Orlando Thirteen from the West nine in the east eight regular season games per team The act play in a play starts July thirty first goes through October the twelfth and then and then they pretty much set out the the season or the the season for them even going next year. We're GONNA. GonNa have the lottery on August twenty. Fifth draft is gonNA. Be On October the fifteenth. Free Agency is going to be October the eighteenth. Then the twenty twenty one season starts December the first. So that's what's going to be really crazy. They're going to wrap up this season and the next right away We're talking about like a month or so a month and a half in between those so, and it's all happening here in Orlando and wide. WILL ESPN sports at the Walt Disney. WORLD RESORT COMPLEX HERE IN ORLANDO. Florida and that is monster sports very good. I I see. The kneeling thing is obviously getting a lot of attention are texting service at seven, seven, zero three. We could talk about that in an intelligent manner. If you recall, we'll come back I I. There are people saying you know? I served twenty two years for my flag in my country. I love you guys, but I will never know I. Don't think I don't think you have to I mean but don't condemn someone. I think I. Look at it differently now after seeing this after seeing. George Lord. Being killed in the street by someone Neilan on his neck. I understand now that that's exactly what they were trying the message they were trying to get. Protests in a way that was nonviolent. That's what the message was. So I'm not going to be mad at anyone or condemning anyone for trying to get that message across, but I don't think it means you have to kneel you know, and that's not what that means, and I'm sure as the NFL buyers up again this year. This is going to be a big a big issue and and I think it's GonNa look different this time you know what I'm absolutely and totally. Go, look different this time and I think most of us. Not There'll be a lot of us that will going to be more understanding of the message is trying to get across once again would remind you that here at real radio one or four point one and all the IHEART radio stations at eight, forty six are going to go silent for eight minutes and forty six seconds, and this is to show unity to show solidarity show. People who are protesting behind you a peaceful protesting, not the looters, the rioters, not the bad people, but obviously the people that are peaceful protesting. We're on your side, and also the site of police officers that are doing their job and keeping everybody safe during the protests as well. I don't think we're anti police officers. I'm definitely not. When we come back to handle, so don't go anywhere. You're listening to the march the morning. Duty Not to burn all house down. With. It is your duty to fortify your own house so that you may be a house of refuge in times of organization. Hey, if you could share our post, we have. It's IHEART radio and talk about Friday. Which is today June? The fifth which is today at eight. Forty six am IHEART, radio stations in Orlando will go silent for eight minutes and forty. Eight minutes and forty six seconds I remember it's of George Floyd. As a sign of solidarity immunity, you could share that with the Hashtag Hashtag we hear you I think actually listening and actually hearing are two different things. We actually hear what you're saying and I feel like. Maybe I, hear things different now after seeing what happened to George Floyd and then also. I'll be honest with you. They have seen what happened with the Jogger I think his is Aubrey I forget his first name, but. Aubrey the Jogger, and then also the the news yesterday, where after he shot after that male breeding a he looks like a mouth breathing. Moron I mean just old redneck. Nasty looking dude shoots him, and then says Ethin-. After? He shot him and the guy and the guy wasn't doing anything other than jogging. He had stopped into a house like a construction house looked around. Didn't do anything walked out, and this dude said He. Oh, I spell I had a feeling. He was the guy that was breaking into houses. We knew. Criminal. Of course he wasn't and this guy shot up and said F than in after he shot him, which is horrible and then the other story, the other story about the you know. The bird watcher got the guys in a park central park, and he's just watching birds, and the woman doesn't have her dog a big dog on a leash, and he's like a dog leash and she picks up the phone and you get you get to see the whole thing picks up the phone and says at African American. Man is attacking me and my. She lies to the police about all of. Of those things happening all in in that time just for me made me go. You know what God. Maybe things are worse than I think they are. Things are and then when I saw the side by side of Colin Kaepernick, taking a knee, and then that officer killing that guy in killing, George Floyd in the middle of the street, his knee, and they almost the same nee- picture I, and I'm watching everything that's going on with the you know the looting and the rioting. I'm like wow. I guess what Colin Kaepernick was doing was much much better than looting and rioting. It was uncomfortable. It didn't make me happy. I, don't I? Don't let you as an American. You don't don't disrespect country. That's not what the message was. The message was hey. There are black people that are other treated horribly. Every day there are there are there are American there? There were all supposed to be one so i. mean it made me look at it differently? I I used to really hate to see that and now I get it i. hear you now now now i. hear you so. That's why I thought when dirty Jim came with the Hashtag Hashtag. We hear you. I thought that was perfect. At you can share that and get that trending today. That would be awesome. Also I think what President Barack. Obama was saying at the beginning of the week about listen. Marching is one thing, but you gotta get politically involved as well so hashtag. Show me when you vote. I think is just as important as. Along with we hear you, show me when you vote is important too I. believe so but reminding you that a little bit later on in this hour at at eight forty six. We're going to be silent for eight minutes and forty six seconds so that is going to happen. Four, thousand, nine, one, six, one, zero, four, one or toll-free. It's one triple, eight, nine, seven, eight one. Oh, four one Angel, here Angelique and Ryan homes. Did you guys have any I've been babbling on? Anyone got anything to add onto that or. A you have an opinion I. Ryan I can I. Can I just play my piece of audio of like what America represents to me? It's just real fast, but I think the quotes. Great this Daffy. Duck commander. Now this comes from the movie. American President, and I think that this has. Really Poignant, this is what I believe America's and someone. Posted, this quote in Texas and I completely forgot about it, but it's just. It's beautiful and poignant. America is an easy. America is advanced citizenship. You've got to want it bad because it's GONNA put up a fight. Is going to say you want free speech. Let's see you acknowledge a man whose words make your blood boil. WHO's standing center stage advocating at the top of his lungs that which you would spend a lifetime opposing the top of yours? You want to claim this land is the land of the free. Then the symbol of your country cannot just be a flag. The symbol also has to be one of its citizens exercising his right to burn that flag in protest. Now show me that defend that. Celebrate that in your classrooms that that's what I believe. America's like we have freedom of speech to protect unpopular speech. Yeah, it's not so. Everybody can say nice things these these acts, aren't they? They're protected because people don't like them. Because if you take away unpopular speech, then you're also limiting popular speech and protests through all of this. You feel American through all of this. You feel that freedom of speech is what's being attacked through all of this. This is the message that you think is. Being portrayed that were attacking the freedom to protest. That were attacking the freedom to that. Somehow freedom of speech is being squelched. I think freedom of speech and freedom of protest is being squashed. When you when you see what's happening to the protesters, these violent attacks on unarmed protesters I think that's a big problem. I think in enforcing a military to. He wants protesting difficult. Tenement square thing and it really affected. Today's. I'll be honest with you. I didn't I didn't know that many people died in tenement. Square I I had no idea so he's super affected by that. But because I, because I can see where it can go wrong if you look at other countries and stuff like this where it happens, and it goes wrong, this is that moment this is that typical attack tac of the tax that you're speaking of the perceived attack that you're speaking up. From the top. If you. If you WANNA get at at somebody, if you WANNA get at the person is attacking these freedoms. Then get your Republican president. Who is attacking these freedoms? He's the one you're talking about building the wall. He built his wall. He built his wall around the White House. You know what I'm saying. You get at that dude. Say That Dude's name and say hey, Mr President why are you attacking? Foreign Press in a public park in front of the White House. Why are you doing these things? It's cool to play the audio clip from a movie I. Get it, but also follow that up with you if you feel that your freedoms of speech are being attacked your freedom to protest. It's coming from the top the words when he you put out a letter, and he says hey. The protesters are terrorists. That's not accurate and we need. We need guys to speak up guys that look a lot like both you guys to stand up and say that's not what this does something what this is. One hundred percent agree with you I don't agree with what's happening at the top I think I think the greatest threat to our democracies happening at that top level job right now and in most unpresidential things are happening like that's the danger of democracy democracy. People like Oh. It's so fragile. It's the most fragile thing in the world because it can be ruined by one person, and that is why I tell you. This is a true story true story. That's why added in the show me when you vote thing to the Hashtag. On all of our, and I actually had it on the real radio one, and then I took it off because I'm like I didn't get permission to put that, and then I'm like, but for my personal one in for the monster when I can do it. Back and because I know you know it gets political or whatever but I I, but I do I. believe most of the people marching. I know which way they're gonNA, vote. On. There and I do say just to make everybody happy. I say Hey, whatever way you vote or but it's kind of which way you know who I like, and who I don't but I think I think you know now with with everybody coming together and marching and peace, peaceful protests, or whatever now you got back it up with boating and I wish we had better choices on both sides. I'm not a fan of the decide to be honest with you. Something you know something's got to change the editor? Exactly with what you're saying? Angel that makes Angel. Actually have been. Out of all of us haven't said as much. What are your thoughts about? This? haven't actually gotten one hundred percent your take on all this on which part of it? Well. There's. A ton of there is a time well. I, mean just A. A people getting involved that have never been involved before. See seeing that there. Are you know you have all races, creeds and colors marching together? Does that give you any that gives me hope I I mean look. It isn't easy to do any of these to effect. Change is not easy, and then like we we've had people get at. You guys are making this guy martyr. You're making him a martyr as like. We don't get to choose who affects change you don't. You. You know you get to a point where you're living your life. You're living your life. And then finally something jars you and strikes you and makes you want to act and makes you want to get out and March once it makes you want to. Lead the life that are living in the country that we've all had in our. Is Our in our hearts that we know we can do better. You know what I'm saying. So people getting you guys are making this guy martyr. He's not that good of a guy. It doesn't matter what kind of guy he was. Served served the way that he died so so publicly, and and seeing that over and over and look we as a society. That's the other part of this. We as a society, we're. Traumatic that were traumatic part of this for all of us as Americans like. We're going to carry this for a long long time you talk about post. Stress a traumatic syndrome for our frontline workers, and for our military for our regular citizens you know for black and white and Brown everybody. We're all GONNA. Go through this and we're not gonNA. Make an by nitpicking we. We've got to know that there is a better way to do this, and that's you know. That's the heaviness that I feel. That's heaviness that I feel in my heart. That's the happiness. I feel when I'm watching these things. But I'm hopeful I'm seeing the protest and I think it's a good thing and I believe it's a good thing. And I wanted to be better. You know yeah and I. I'm so naive but I. do feel hopeful to I to me. It looks like there's things that are changing and that you know. It seems like it's getting better I. We'll have some phone calls. If you'd like to call and give us your point of view, we'll take it remember at eight forty six today we're to be silent for eight minutes and forty six seconds. That's the show solidarity. Unity with the people who are protesting and also with the family of George Floyd and not just George Foy, but. Everybody who's been. De Treated wrong. And there's a list. There's a long Ross here in central Florida. I mean think about it. It goes way way back I. mean it goes. You know for some of us about as far back as trayvon Martin before that, there was other events that happen here there. So this is something that's been building and building and building. You know we'll take your phone calls when we come back. You're listening to the masters the morning. By. The lower the volume on the voices in your head, Alexa play real radio one four point one on iheartradio. texting service blowing up, I've been text people back during the break. Sometimes we do that. I know a lot of people are checking us out on our youtube. Channel Radio, on Youtube Angelique talking to people there in on our facebook page, real radio on facebook and a ton of people call and your hot topic, the historical times and to to remind you coming up very soon at eight forty six. We're going to be silent. Silent for eight minutes and forty six seconds. If you see this post that we put out on all the Iheart you know that the real radio different instagram and facebook and twitter and everything please share it with the Hashtag. We hear you. I, it's a lit- people, peaceful protesters, not the rioters. Okay, those text me saying promoting the rioters, no the peaceful protest. We hear you hear what you're saying and I also think Hashtag. Vote is important too so Hashtag. We hear you. Hashtag you showed me when you vote and We'll be silent for eight minutes and forty six seconds to show unity and solidarity with the remembering George Floyd, I did open up the phones. Let's see what people got to say. Listen. You don't have to agree with us by the way just so you know. These are your airwaves. It's ecstasy role. You know this. Is Your radio station your airwaves. The only thing that is mandatory is you're not allowed change station. That's that's a rule, just say. That C. C.'s ESA. WHO HAVE ON LINE UP, I got bill and He wanted to have some words with us. Sure Bill you're on real radio, one or four. Point one how you doing buddy. Good. That's one start by saying I'm the disabled that? offered. Turned out the motion, all right buddy. Thank you for your service both way. So people can decide what they want to do. Not what other people want them to say and do? You want to. Do it. That's what I fought for, and I think we. Better some metal. Forgotten that. And I appreciate you. Call it I think that when the when people do get upset by it. Was Bill I'm sorry it was a bill. Yeah. Bill Yeah Bill when people get upset by I. Believe Heart is in the right place. They feel like they're standing up for you. I feel They feel like they're standing up for someone. Who did you know fight for our country? And now you're disabled and they're like my don't disrespect bill for God's Sakes. I think that's where the Martin. It's it's not about that. I fought because my grandfather did a world war two. Michael didn't have Vietnam I. Just felt I could. It was I was compelled to write, but as I got older, and as I realized that, and this was before the whole cap thing not realized that look. Freedom isn't giving its. Aren't we fight? We fight for it every day whether it'd be here. In the United States for broad right billions and has military. We fight for it. I was a cop for seventeen years, too. But the bottom line is I've had people come up to me because they know how I am in a veteran community. How I support and they're like well. What do you think about him dealing, so? He had to write to do that and they got mad. Explain to explain something to you. He's kneeling for purpose. But the bottom line is is being disabled vet. If you want to add that into the mix, go ahead, but I'm telling you. I thought so he can do that. That's what this is all about. It's not about. Oh the American flag flying in the back of your trump do that because that's what you WANNA! Do you're allowed to do that? WanNa know why 'cause people bought for that. People died for that. People also died in wars, so people like Colin Kaepernick, and everybody else wants to nail and say. Hey, look what's going on is wrong. Takes, you see that no one's trying to change. The way people think they WANNA. Make it understood that. Hey, look I got a right to do this. Just like you had a right to do you WANNA do. Why are you trying to take my freedoms in my rights away from me and they're not trying to do that a bill. Where did you? Where did you serve out when you served? Serving Alaska I served at Fort. Leavenworth I was overseas for a few years. We sold over four Richardson in Alaska. Yeah! You're not talking a few times, yeah! When you when you serve how many how many black one of my best friends was! Yeah, let me tell you a little story. If I got time something basic training and the settlements talking to me and this is I was eighteen years old. And this other soldiers talking man he he goes. Hey, what do you think about? You know whites and blacks Mary and my my answered him was look loves love, and all is Bob. La I'm trying to make as quick. Realizing just a few be just a few days over. A friend of mine was sitting in the bag and we. We thought we were going to in their later on. He comes up to his name was shot. He goes. Hey, you're a good man. I said I. Don't know what you're talking about. And he goes I was hearing I heard what you said he goes. When you hear raw answers like that. It makes you feel like not every white person is against. Yeah, and isn't that resonated? You know I did but like I, said I didn't do it. Because I thought he was in a room I. Did it because I? Mean that's just the way it is. Yeah. Stop Man, and and I know people are listening, and they're gonNA. Get Mad, and you're GONNA call, ME, week and they're gonNA. Call me this look. You know if you can walk a day in my shoes and what I go through on a daily basis. And I could walk I'm not a disabled vet. They can't do anything I'm. A disabled veteran can do things. Well I'll tell you just say no bill I'm looking at. Some. People are saying you're a real. American hero, and they appreciate what you're saying. Amen build at the. I haven't had one negative person. Appreciates a bill. I appreciate you, too. I'm just I'm I'm just me? I don't want any of that I. Don't want any of that I want people to understand that I'm not the only soldier out there. That believes this. That's what I want. People saying I'm not any I did what I did. Because I, felt compelled to do it I don't need and I. Don't want to be on a platform. That's not why do things nobody? It's good. It's good to have someone. It's good to have someone like on the line of detail your story though I think it's important now when you saw what happened with the the police officer you know with his knee on the neck of of George Floyd as an officer form officer yourself. What was your thought? Thought, it was ridiculous. Yeah. It's it's that you understand you. Understand the outrage, right? Yeah absolutely. Absolutely. Yeah, for Sure Bill I. I want to thank you for your call. Buddy, thank you for your service and I think that here. I think that might mean a lot to a lot of people to realize. Hey, you know what? A. Peaceful protest is okay, and here's an here's a you know. A soldier that is disabled and one hundred percent says listen. That's the reason I fought, so people can can peacefully protest. Thank you, Bill. I appreciate it buddy. By. Take Care Wow that was good. Yeah, that guy doesn't real motion there in his art in most of the people. I know that serve. kind feel the same way like when you were American. Values are complicated. Like, they they really are, and when you when you say, you're fighting for American values, it's an all encompassing, and some of the things are fighting for you might not necessarily like or agree with, but that's just part of it. Borough, seven, nine, hundred, six, one, four, one or toll-free, it's one triple, eight, nine, seven, eight, one, zero, four, one, not one person so far and usually texting services can get not one negative Text about bills, call which is. Refreshing. I'm starting to see a little bit of hope in this world. You know I, mean honestly I i. You know I'm Pollyanna. No and I always like. Try to see the glass half full instead of half empty, but but I think. Maybe we are getting a little closer to being a little bit better. Do we have on next? Up Next? We've got Dave calming on story that we were talking about earlier this morning. Dave from Orlando Hello Dave. Hey Guys, man I'm a I'm a US Navy Desert Storm Vet, and that's tough to follow bill because that was a that was a hell of a cough. Bill do you agree with I? Agree one hundred percent one hundred percent This this thing from yesterday's kind of troubling, because it could've been could've gone in such a different direction I mean I. Get it that police right now, there's heightened the awareness because of what's going on Dave. The stop that happened. That's that's apparently going viral. Since this morning. When we talked about the woman here in Orlando that was stopped, and then the stop escalated with a police, breaking her car window. That's what. And did he. So here's here's the deal, she she wasn't stopped i. mean she was sitting in a traffic lane with her has life on so in my opinion, I mean the cop could have walked up to her and asked her pay. No, is there something wrong? Is there a problem with your vehicle or are you okay? Versus you know demanding that? She get out of the car, but same time though I feel like society overtime has lost any sort of respect for for police authority. Isn't what what I think you know whenever you have a problem. It isn't always just one problem, so so I think racism is a problem in this country but I also think that the police force. They don't have the proper training a lot of times to be able to escalate deescalate things you know in a proper manner, and so take six months police officer. Next thing you know you're handling these situations, and and maybe you're not prepared to. To I'm not saying all police officers, but but I think that is part of the problem is. We don't have enough training for police officers. It's like Oh. Let's get this job. I can't get that job I'll become a police officer that that happens. You know We talked to a guy the other day that they put a gun in his hand twenty one years old at and after six months. He throw him out on the street. Probably Not Ready? Yeah I, heard that guy, but but it's the same time to you know had see him and he did tell her that she was being detained, and he even said they I'm I'm being I'm being nice with you. at the same time. Had She just got out of the car? I agree it could have been over in five minutes I agree, but then, but then on the other hand. She's Hispanic girl. What if she's totally afraid to death of any police officer pulling over and afraid to get out of the car? You know there's there's. There are a lot of. Dave. I think what we're talking about. And what you're talking about as well as that look, policing has to change policing a the way that the police interact with citizens has to change. This militaristic style of policing is all it's doing escalating escalating in a scenario. Look and it's easy to do what we're doing right now. We're watching the video and Iraq into it, and we're not in the moment, but hopefully we could use this as are. They could use as a training tool and maybe. You know it. A stop like this. Have them call a female officer over and have the female officer be the one that engages her at that moment. If she's not a considered a threat at ma saying there's there's a lot of other training things that are going to have to happen or that we ask citizens should happen with our law enforcement because at the end of the day they're there to protect and serve us the citizens. For the most part they do for those yeah, I would say. Hey. Dave thank you so much. I appreciate your call and thank you for your service. Okay, thanks, guys and you bill. And just to let you guys know. The the sheriff was on yesterday before they made this video public and he did say that. The sheriff's Office asks you to step out of your vehicle, whereas OPD asks you to remain in your vehicle, so they do have two different protocols as far as it goes for traffic stops, and how they handle this, so it's not necessarily someone just deciding to take you out of your car. Car It, does depend on which agency is pulling you over, so please know that as well. I want to remind you that. We're going to go to break here in a second when we come back at eight forty six. We're going to be silent for eight minutes and forty six seconds. Hopefully that resonates with you. Hopefully it. It lets you know that you know. we here at iheartradio are in unity with. T. With and and you know we are remember George Floyd. Floyd I mean so many people who have been treated wrong and we, we Hashtag we hear you those of you who are part of peaceful protests. We want you to know that we hear what you're saying. It's not just the hey. Look at those people protesting where it's actually making sense and we hear what you're saying. If you could share this, you know. We put it on our social media. If you could share it with the Hashtag, we hear you and I think it's important Hashtag. Show me when your vote I think. I think just protesting is not enough I think you have to vote as well and and so when we come back. Eight forty six, we will be silent for eight minutes and forty six seconds along with all of our other brothers and sisters with the IHEART family. You're listening to the Macho the morning. Radio one four point one broadcasting live on Iheartradio also I went on. People. Post about going silent for eight minutes and forty six seconds or Seen the the Hashtag Hashtag. We hear you I think it's really important. I gotta get hats off to dirty Jim for coming up with that because it, it says exactly I think what? Needs to happen is we need to hear people that are protesting not as I'm listening. No, do you hear what I'm saying? I learned through a lot of of marriage counseling and I've been through a lot of it that you can say I'm listening is one thing, but do you hear me and hearing? What's going on is Is You know hopefully can be part of the solution to everything and and show me when you vote. Somebody just sends up an why you gotta bring voting into this. What's that gotta do with with? What's that gotta do with a protest Manno man? I think it's kind of go. They go hand in hand to me. It seems like it's a former president. Barack Obama even was saying. How listen you know peaceful? Protesting is one thing, but unless you get out and vote and show you know where you're at then then. Maybe you're doing it for nothing, so so show me when you vote I. Think is important. Hashtag We hear you important as well coming up in a couple minutes. All Radio Stations heart here in Central Florida We're going to go are going to go silent for eight minutes and forty six seconds now that's how long that that officer had his knee on the neck of George floored. So as you're listening to silence for you, know eight minutes and forty six seconds imagine that imagine how far into that you could change your mind. Go move my need to the back of his back or something. Because he said he can't breathe, I mean. In the other two officers by the way that Jeff. There were three other officers that were with. The the main one I don't even like saying their names because I don't WanNa, give them publicity the main guy that had his knee on his neck. The other two officers had just had just become police officers and one said Hey. Shouldn't you move your knee? And the other said this this might not be right because they're charged as well. Yeah, their own custody and imagined you know eight minutes and forty six seconds as you hear the silence and watched. Watched it yesterday and the memorial service. I mean you know at least a couple of minutes into it? You probably will have time to change your mind. You know and then five minutes into it. You really got time to change your mind and move your knee and when you get a six minutes into it. It's like Oh man. This is a long time and that's and that's what That's an uncomfortable position does just be in for that long it is. It is so so yeah, it's coming up in a couple of minutes like I. Say it's going to be you know it's not a moment of silence. It's eight minutes and forty six seconds assigned and and and I'm proud of real radio and plowed Lynda Bird, and the people here for making. And IHEART and our cluster for participating in doing this. You know I think. I think it's great and you know it does show solidarity with people who are peacefully protesting for those of you like Oh. You're supporting the rioters. No were not knowing Hussein. We support any anything violent. No one saying we support any LUDI. No one saying the support anything that you know that obviously is wrong, but to peacefully protest and say hey. There's a portion of our society that's been treated horrible and here's here's. Three really great examples of black people being treated horrible just in the last month or so, and there's a list that is that as you know so long, so the people that are just like i. don't see it. But, where there's no evidence of systemic racism is what killed him. Like what you don't you I think you don't know what those words mean. So. How people can be blind to. It is ridiculous because they have the same eyes and ears that I have. Maybe they don't WanNa see it. I don't know I. Don't get it either, but I will tell you this. There are things that I didn't get before I didn't understand. Colin Kaepernick getting down on one knee during the national anthem. I, didn't but. GotTa do better. y'All home. What do you have? It is time to beat up prosecutors. You don't like it the voting. To hold me or offices accountable season deputy cheese. You WanNA different. Undo the philosophy which old one. Morning Radio Point one broadcasting live on. iheartradio I'm rose rollins along with. Angel Angelique and Ryan Home All here today. And what a long eight minutes and forty six! This man for those in there were a couple people that. Didn't know what was going on, but but most of you I, think we. We gave you enough time and you know. What do you think that that's a long time that I think that was really cool that the company did that and and Preachy, sticking around through through that that eight minutes and forty six to my my computer thing went down, so we're not on Don't run your youtube right now, but we'll get back up. ADRI still there. Yes, sir, just making sure. All right Any Did you get any? Any calls any reaction to that Everyone the interactions. I was having with on social media and texting and whatnot. It's powerful There are people that bounced. Who All our stations and we're kind of experiencing through those through the you know through all the stations that were participating, and then like here since the building is empty, and since there's no one here and whatnot, you start thinking about things, and it gets like super, super, quiet and it it. Was It was it was. It was a powerful for me. Yeah Yeah, that was that's time. I mean that's all I kept thinking, and and that's the way it was yesterday to watching the watching that services. Man is a long time. There's a report that I guess like there were people a- as this officer had his knee on the neck of George Floyd one of the officers that he shouldn't turn them. Over is what one of the guys said and it shouldn't be. Move Your your knee a one of the. People that are in the crowd that were saying. Can you just take his pulse? doesn't look right. You know that's a long time for decision making you know what I mean. There were several times that people spoke up. That things could have taken a different turn and Obviously as we can see. They didn't and that ended up being the outcome to it. four, zero, seven, nine, hundred, six, one, zero, four, one or toll-free. It's one triple, eight, nine, seven, eight one. Oh, four one. We're having technical difficulties with our with our zoom thing but Do you know what tonight as a as a strawberry moon? What does that mean? Tonight's full moon is a strawberry moon as soon as a strawberry moon in the US, because native American tribes use it as as a signal, the start of gathering right strawberries, and it's GonNa look like the color of a strawberry tonight I. Don't know here's the thing they come up with all these different moons every year I never heard of before. The Harvest Moon. There's a blue moon what heard of the harvest moon and the Blue Moon there was. One there was one just recently the super moon and and but this. Woman there was. Something right. Line Wolf Moon was. The Blood Wolf Moon Wolf Blood, Moon, or something like that. That's bad ass. Moon Wolf, blood moon. A Woman Strawberry Moon asked I've never heard of that. I think he's right. That was the one they were talking about earlier in the year right? Yeah, yeah, it was like was. Orange Blood Wolf Moon and then the coolest moon of all moons, but until like this year I had not heard of all these different moon names. It was just the moon and then. That's it full moon, no moon moon again now it says here okay so tonight is the strawberry moon and. Eighteen, it's going to be There's going to be a bigger moon, okay, and more colorful, or all the moons ever This one is it says it's the biggest. How this is not the super. How can it be bigger and said it's the biggest one in the most colorful one, and it's going to have the Greek a path across the sky now and only man who could beat superman with strawberry men I guess. Stay up and watch the Super Moon. Tonight, so we get some strawberries, so you get some strawberry bones to look at the strawberry moon and you have. You lay down with your lady. Your strawberries spoon, but there. We go gentle strawberry. Say Nights to and also you know angel. This is This is one of your days. You know there's certain certain days. I would say would be Angel Day if it were if it were basketball day. I would say it'd be Angel Day If it were Oreo cookie day I would say. and. I got my Oriole Sax on. I've been wearing compression socks since all this went down. I got to wear socks upside. I got orioles. Socks on. I got to wear pants today. I'm wearing jeans today finally, ooh! Angel. GROWNUP again. Don't you hate where those compression socks I hate those things so like part of the Rehab aspect of it. Everything has been that and. calf is finally responding to. The treatment and everything and Star, and it's so funny like I. I gotTa. Take pictures it to you guys, but if you do my leg side by side, you're gonNA swear that with my right leg. Is Somebody else's leg? It doesn't look like my leg, so but finally The last couple of weeks have been really really good, and so I finally yesterday after Rehab. They're like look. You can do away with the compression. Socks go back to regular socks and stuff. I hate the compression. Passion. So you were saying no, no, no, so you can wear regular socks. I'm actually wearing. This is like the first time. Since their surgery were like I wore jeans to work I. Almost feel like an adult again because for the last. Whatever Week Sixteen weeks of it I've been I usually wear like workout, gear and whatnot and it just. Just I don't know I. Was Happy Today. I'm happy. With I did. Have a strawberry flavor. UPS are all. Saying though yeah, yeah, we got, we got derailed there. Yeah I was saying. It's it's for you. It's National Donut Day I. Don't know if you knew that right I gotta get. Valkyrie donuts out there. They do the Vegan style. Don't someone go out there and get some after the show. That's like your favorite place, right? That's one of my favorite places. DJ. DONUTS does awesome. It used to have spot right here on Leigh Road Dude. Dude I am connected know what are part of APA needs an awesome donut shops. We don't have that other unless you know of one there. You know what back in the day there used to be one next to my favorite Margarita place where it used to be right in there, and we would go there before school every morning and get these amazing handmade doughnuts. And you could. Would, make them in front of you six am. And it was lovely, and it was too good for Bob because they shut down and it was sad. We had Selma's cookie as best I think. Is upgrade slowly upgrading. At a time we need a donut shop out there. Yeah, that's how May. I don't know how angels not a diabetic. I'll be honest with you. Racin Bro. No, because he, he eats all those cookies now. He hands them out like. Got A drug dealer. With, US you, too. Because he's got to give them to everybody around. Angel three cookies. He's GonNa Bite your head off. You're only allowed to cookies. With everybody. In your way, we all we all got. We all got the email from mary-ellen about how we got to save your life because you're slowly killing yourself and all that so. A group effort to keep you alive us. I guess so. That's why we have specials over there today. You say vegetables with disdain I actually liked vegetables, and when I was doing Kito, she made something one of favorite things I. Forgot About Doing Kita. Their noodles made out as Caney, so they're called zoodles, and they are just amazing like I if I if I could have zoodles every day I get rid of Pasta, but there's such a pain to make because when I had them, it took forever to make yeah, because I didn't have the electric one that spins around and makes the noodle. I used to sit the my hand. Crank it out and I'm like. We don't want you having arthritis now I need them. Very important and Well anyway, so yeah it. Get A donut today so sure. Doughnut shops I. Remember when I was younger. There's one donut shop right there was. Only, Dunkin donuts and then the day that they opened a crispy cream. Winter Park and they had a I mean you had police officer in the middle of the street trying to direct traffic? All the way down to you know down to Lee. Road I mean people are dying to get in to the crispy cream and then other donut shop started going. This is kind of cool. What's the one that we go to a booth? Only universals? Open now right, yes, limit. The guy would be right. Mocks Stale. Don't sleep on them. They got good. So, Fox two Fox. Coffee is if that's what you're talking about. Ryan, the Fox okay so the one on Lee. Road that partnership with this place at of Grove. Think their digi donuts, and are the ones that made these really amazing like Boutique. Don't like it just actually ridiculous, but obviously with the downturn in the economy and everything they had to pull out of there I think unless they're back in there and then valkyries, another one and there's a couple Don't central off of Apopka or I'm sorry. Aloma Avenue and university that places awesome I. There's a ton of donut shops. We could just do this all day. Days dedicated to donor I. If you call I, guess if you call ubereats or whatever they'll deliver your donuts right. If you went to dozen donuts, they'll Brigham to. Come up with a donut though. They. Take one I feel like every time I order fries like an uber driver takes one of my friends because I know. If I was I would do the same thing. Absolutely and now with the pandemic happening, just literally deliver like anything like before. They were snooty about it like there's only certain restaurants at certain things now I can get full bottles of liquor delivered packs of cigarettes. What are the end of the world? Maybe let's and bakery is they make them so good. In their Vegan donuts, but you would not know at all. They are so. Yes. Just reminded me, you know. My wife likes watching a naked and afraid, so we're watching naked afraid when you go to bed and there was. Oh, there's if so. The premise right in the middle of nowhere in Columbia somewhere nowhere and they're gonNA live naked and and and. And there. Are Snakes up and this dude like he's pretty good shape. Dude and he's got this girl. She's attractive and everything as they meet each other naked. They're like okay well. Let's go find some things she goes. Oh, by the way I'm Vegan. He's like. And they show she turns back, and he rolls his eyes like what the Hell Week. How are you GonNa? Find you berries, and you're not gonNA. Find enough to survive. Of course you can't make it because. She's trying to eat leaves and she doesn't make it. Doesn't make it stupid. vegans begin as that Squirrel. GotTa eat meat, but she was. She was like Hindu but so. Keep naming. Nine. She was something like that. Afraid their souls will know that You know I'm eating them in, Buddhist, yeah Yeah. Yeah Whoo, okay. What makes the dog in the Dogan? makes. The Dog Game Vegans Dan. What makes the V? Using Derry if you don't use dairy so so vegetarian, don't eat meat. Vegans don't have dairy or any animal byproducts, so they don't use honey either. They don't like us eggs. They don't use milk honey. No, it's an. It's an animal byproducts. No matter what, but it's an animal. BE Basically, those deer hunting our. Look at it. Those people just seem like they're just trying to beat disagreeable. Just trying to be a pain in the ASS. Really proven point they're just trying to beat the. Difficult! Ave? A Garvey. Tequila that's. All right. You're listening to the mosh the morning. Dancing naked. A lot better with your best friends seriously so. Why would you encourage that? Real radio. One and radio. I spend all that money for for a green screen, and you just put a boring background. If it doesn't inflame that, some claims would be good. Yeah, fire explosions here. I'll tell you what play background I, play Andrew. Yeah. Doing that. That's Angelique and her her manure commercial. It didn't show angel the. I don't care. This one's awesome. This has a rapping white dude for no reason it. Angelique wrapping with. Allies Oh yeah the fertilizer rap. I'll keep that going. Oh, loop! It's on a this is really fertilizer rap de going. That's good perfect. Now I. Feel like I spend my money well. Dot Com. That's. Angel Dj. Hey Hey, guys and we just wants to get fertilized. Fertilize Angelie. Has Been Fertilized. Ones. You like your eggs, Radha fertilizers. We're going to play a game play game. To compete guys like. Everyone, likes compete right I'M GONNA? Keep track of keeping score a matter of fact. Let me read it down. I'm going to say. And the league angel, which spent almost the same. and then. Expel. Even tell people Angel Iq you're GonNa Q. U. E., and then he's just that okay. Okay all right here. We all right here. There's ten of these right, so we'll see who who gets the most and you gotTa. You gotTa rage well. Let's not raise your hand. What do you do? Shout your name your name. Name, okay Forbes just released this year's highest paid celebrities. We got the top ten. You gotta give me every celebrity so Whoever gets the most celebrities in the winner? Angel you'RE GONNA go with First Dwayne, the Rock Johnson. The Rock came in hold on Oh number ten angels board with one engine. Kylie Jenner she's number. One Kylie. Jenner is not a person around. By the way. Dwayne, the Rock Johnson last year made eighty seven point five million dollars, so angels Kevin Hart. Hold on I'm not one. Then then you got. Kylie Jenner made five hundred and ninety million dollars. WHO's next? Kevin Hart Bill Ryan. Kevin Hart No. Maybe. Do all that come in intially. Angelique who you go with Kiana. Worry Reeves. Now he make no money. No, he's on the top ten. Head congregate just Kanye West number two. We got two points for Angel Rivera. West made one hundred and seventy million dollars so Ryan Okay Right Okay Ryan. going. Beyond beyond say not in the top ten list is lying. Forbes list these are the. Highest paid celebrity Angel Hey. Get another shot at it. Yes, Angel! This is. The bron James Lebron James Number nine. You now have three. Angel Angel del Yes Angel Mino Messy. He is now pulling away MRIs number five hundred Brian. Right hold on angels next I heard Angels Name. Go ahead, Cristiano, Renaldo. Go you got another one. You know how five. Angels another one Roger Roger Federer. God. You were now pulling away with six. I didn't realize the athletes for author. Lebron James and then after that it's easy. Right Jet Beza. Jeff is not a celebrity. We know who he is, he doesn't. Get consigned bill, Gates. which. Thank Bill Gates. Bill Gates. He's not a celebrity. Okay well, he didn't make. He's not on the Forbes list. Reese Witherspoon No. Matter fact, no women are on except for Kylie Jenner number one. other than that everyone else is a is a dude. Okay you got six seven and eight place six. More people, ones and athlete one Brady Right Tom Brady. Tom Brady's hail. I will tell you. This is a soccer star. I've never heard of who made ninety five point five million dollars. Mar There you go neymar submarine. I thought he was a sub mariner. Thought. He was in the marble world swim underwater pay place. pointy plays where they spend the Spanish. counts. All right, so there are. Two people left on the Forbes. Highest paid celebrities, not athletes. One's black one's white one made ninety seven million dollars made ninety million dollars. Wow! I like them both. The Ryan Oprah No more females listen. There's only one female on the list. Gender. What I love to go to his movies. Yes Tyler Daria Tyler Perry on. Sporting angels. And there's one person left out by the way so Tyler Perry made ninety seven million dollars last year. Doing Great Tram. One person left I have sat in his chair. On Person Left and you sat in. Guys from this is not any of the guys from kiss. I went to new. York Angels Yes, Angel Howitzer Howard Star Yeah Howard Stern made ninety million dollars. And I make. Don't don't. Don't. Don't say. That I want to say it hurts my heart. Say Out Loud Oh Howard. Light Money Howard made more than Lebron. James and the rock is not. God bless him I say go. Do you the whole this? Have you take athletes because that's the thing that? Like once I realized that you were including athletes in their Do you guys consider them? The same par celebrity status is like the rest of these guys now. Athletes. Aren't when I. Element to them but. If, they're the same thing as Howard yet should be. It should be celebrities. Minors athletes, not necessarily because mind is businessman. You gotTA minus athletes especially. If you're talking about the soccer players, they are international. They're known internationally a different kind of fame. It's a totally different type of fame. I will call Mr Forbes and I'll say hey. Listen Mr Forums. Take take all the athletes out. We went about the celebrities because really got Kylie Jenner made. Five, hundred and ninety million dollars wow, Kanye west at of all. The musicians of the world made more money than all the musicians in the world. On one hundred seventy million dollars. And, then you got athlete athlete APP. Tyler Perry next what you WanNa hear that like the next ten. Giving all right so the next hand, see this kind I think more representative of what top ten would look like this this next ten so coming in at number twenty the Jonas. Brothers Okay, wow, sixty eight point five million at nineteen. Gordon Ramsay. Really seventy million dollars. How's he making money? t the all the TV shows and everything at Eighteen I. Would I guess all day and this guy wouldn't have been in my top twenty. Dr Phil Ryan. Reynolds seventy, one point five, million, deadpool, real at seventeen, Ariana Grande, seventy, two million I'll wow. Okay, that makes sense. steph curry comes in at sixteen seventy four point four million. I'm going to need help with this Guy James Patterson. Oh, yeah, he's a writer alright I e comes in a eighty million dollars or team, Elton John Eighty one million dollars. Bill Simmons Eighty, two point five. He's a writer. He's on behind the some of the websites and everything. You used to work for ESPN number twelve ellen degeneres at eighty, four million. He was going to be one of my guesses. Thirty four and then at eleven rush limbaugh eighty five million dollars. Tama Man Wow, that's crazy talk. You know I. I would have thought though I would have thought Tom Brady would be up there, but making forno he doesn't. He south selling like multivitamins. Asab you from getting Cova like. Thomas broke. His wife is doing like worth more than the crazy thing at this point? Right like he's doing just main multilevel marketing and he's going to show up in my house. Want me to buy barbecue supplies. That's what I feel like Tom Brady's. Who used there all the time, but not now is Robert Downey Junior. We used to be at least the top ten. You know with all the MARLINS. You haven't had any yeah he. He'll be all right. It's not how much money celebrity it's how much they made this year right? Yeah, yes. Also because so looking for Tom Brady this is who he surrounds him right at sixty two. It's lin-manuel. Miranda's comes in a forty point forty five point five at sixty four. The backstreet boys made forty five million dollars. Oh I thought story sixty four, and there's a three way tie at sixty four, so it's backstreet, Tom Brady and Phil. Collins all made forty five million dollars. Hey, they're showing bands. Kiss has to be in there because I know they've been. They've been Tori and they've been making I. Mean I'm. Just. Curious Metallica made forty point five million. Wow, see. Funny that the. Eagles made forty one point milk. So what are they love? The Band's together because you know. They have to split all that money up. It's not like you know India but. Given. The putting the band's together so site kisses right out of the top one. Oh, I'm sorry. Kiss comes in at ninety five, really much thirty six point five million dollars. That's it. For again, that's just for this past year. Heartbroken heartbroken! Yeah? He's a they are surrounded by. There's a tie at number. Ninety five kiss and DJ calendar made the same amount of money. But TJ Kalugin. Keep it all you know. Ninety one at thirty seven. Paul McCartney's like J., lo or a rider. Jaylo not hurt not. Trooper. True. Kevin? It was a west. You don't remember after yeah, as a west way back in the sixty one thing, it was funny, stupid but funny. After the military porno has recently. It's Friday all right. It is Friday. Background I've been eating. Last week when we did the week where I didn't go, get you a beer and you didn't say anything, so you're being stingy. No this this dude! I guess times are tough. Corona light and Bud light today, because my son was over, and he brought a bunch of Bud light. So which do you want will take Ryan's okay good. Fifty six with forty seven point five million. Hey Do they report that to Forbes a little know hey. This is this based off of like Web. Projections Oh based off what they can get from industry reports and stuff like that because they don't really know how much they make speculation, people don't like to and as. They Kylie Jenner exaggerated how much she made to kind of get herself up there as the the youngest billionaire and now they're saying that's not accurate. Because somehow they got held our tax returns and she claimed less. BTS comes in at forty-seven with fifty million dollars k pop band. Wow, Jay Z. came in at forty two with three point three wasn't savannah on this list somewhere. There is there is a top ten list was Savannah's a multimillionaire? Yes. WHAT TEN MILLION DOLLARS! Showing that Yeah Youtube celebrities van of bounds yeah. So. I WANT SOMEBODY WANNA fake list for millions of dollars. I would just. Need the millions of dollars, but I would just every bar I'm Adam, just like casually open the website. What? Ryan makes and I'm talking to my Ryan seacrest all right secret. You know. They're worried that he's working too hard. I saw that the other day I had to pay pulled it away and their word he's. He's working way too hard. They're concerned about him. Twenty eight on this list. Is. Tied at twenty eight. It's a rise making eighty million dollars Ryan Post Malone and J. K. Rowling. All made this amount of money last year. No Howard made so he. He made say. Let's say sixty one million your right there. He made sixty million. Wow, yeah. It works as that's off. J. K. Rowling pulled in sixteen year for doing nothing. She's your some books man. Favorite anything in a minute, but this year I wouldn't be surprised if that goes up. Because this is our ten year anniversary of opening up at universal, this was hugs. MEET OPENING UP June sixteenth, seventeenth, and eighteenth, so I would not be surprised. No, I wouldn't be so. That's not the word I thought. You said Hog meat yeah. Meat Juice from knock me. Sorry I'm a child. Children here until the ten year anniversary, so I could see that like cells would be up ally and the whole nine yards. Managed to give the cut of stuff that happens there. Across her desk, so if movie theaters are opening this weekend. What movies are actually like? I mean I wouldn't want to be. First, weekend, and putting this movie in the in the Movie Theater Outbreak Three D.. Oh! I don't know man I. I'm not going with theater for for a while still years. If it in two weeks if we don't see a jump from the from the protesting and Kobe might think about it. Movies that are opening this week. I haven't seen or heard any of these. I one is called Judy and punch. One is surely. The other one is made in Bangladesh and the other one is Dreamland Kate Punch and judy was an old like a puppet. Act or something way back in the fifties or something. Is it like about them? Is that what it is hunting? Judy revisits classic cars from a fresh perspective. and. That's about as much as I got on that so it must be a kids thing Oh, it is puppeteers dude and a archaic. Inside nowhere near the sea puppeteers, Judy in ponds are trying to resurrect their marionette show. Riveting stuff here see I I know a little bit of stuff. Just really here good, it's really obscure stupid stuff. Punch and Judy. A. Joe! When we come back, it's time for the ones and Twos, a number, one and number two song and all the land, so we know it's awesome. We know what's called angels going to bring it to you. You're listening to the monitor the morning. Don't want to go so far as to say, this is what we're here for. But more seven, nine, one, six, one over one, eight, eight, eight, nine, seven, eight, one, four, one real radio, one four point one. I read some technical difficulties. Why. If, you're part of the Youtube. Channel you got your own personal show their role that we were doing our own little personal thing for the Youtube Channel for a little while, but. Angel what happens. Do it construction. Station and when I had heard was, as they were cutting some walls down and accidentally cut a a wire double wires. They probably shouldn't have hit and. Engineer guys got on them real quick. Can We troubleshoot? Contrary to proper believe that we didn't get fired in a break. Come off. We did Pare Electric Bill Electric pay bills paid. We just got a crew. Guys out there and you know it's a ton of A wires in Kent's not happy in y'all can't. He's usually pretty level killed. Yeah, you don't get upset. welcome back I'm rush rollins along with Angel and Angelique Now's when we do the King of Denmark Ryan homes. Silence is fine. Let's be real. The silence was a good, and let's just call that that was my bit. Wasn't been silent it was. Static camera and haven't heard on radio forever town. Hey, we'll. I had the three email to read you read one of these now. I got a thing. You do a thing. Okay, all right. We're back. I'll do these next week. Secondly. They sent me email. Thank you. RUSS WT CAST DOT COM. We had a bunch going on there I couldn't get to it. We'll do it next week, but thank you for the email. You can always email me what you got man. Now You. Take the music now dressed nuts and don't make things out of order. CRYING GET! Better I can get serious once every year and a half. That's my. That's my canal. Pleasure balls, but When you want. A love that you called everybody. You called me out yesterday because I was shaking while I was doing were shaking your sick leave. I go home in. I don't know tire news flat. That's not the right time for that just saying. But Now! When I get serious. Serious Serious I. Get to series I. Get real shaky. And that's fine. I'm okay with that. Man. Rest you gotta go to star that you've always liked right from Ba from back in the day. Reese Witherspoon. Oh, you mean like a girl, yeah! I mean. There's always there's always one person on TV. All have crush on right. Now they get summer. Knowles from from channel to. You, know her I. Don't know I've never met her at the. Same Circle She's gorgeous. It was reese witherspoon I think I have replaced. The summer knows we always have one person left reser angel it about you. My TV crush. Probably the most recent one probably would have been able. She's asked she's pretty. Angelique. Denzel Washington Tate Digs. Sexy chocolate. Comfortable. Okay Man, okay, so my person that I like back in the day was clueless zone Alicia Silverstone. Off Did you see that. Yeah. Man. I used to love Lisa. Silverstone I loved her back. Girl I loved her clueless. She was in the. Video for crazy as a little kid, I was all about at least a silverstone, and she has just gone down crazy path since then I believe at one point. She was feeding her son Baby Bird style out of her mouth. Still, on board, a little bit I've seen some terrible movies that she's done man. She's got so bad movies lately by, but now I don't think I can get on board with the latest news I'm hearing about Elisa's silverstone what she's doing now. Well. We've all been in quarantine involved in lockdown. We've all had to find things to do. But at least it's silverstone reveals while he's spending time in the coronavirus lockdown with her son, who by the way is named? BARABOO! Like. Name. But. Their bill is nine years old. And it's the son of Alicia Silverstone and nine years old. She goes out in a news report to the new. York Times says yeah, no me and my nine year old son. We take baths together. Conserve water. Water is a problem now. WHO. Do not take bath with nine year old tout Elisa's silly assuming that like in the buff I mean she probably wearing a swimsuit or something. Let's see. See went onto reveal. All says. Say. I'm still looking at computer screens and not sure for on the air, not air and I. said in the, but I'm looking forward to bear the week I. I don't know where this. Man, this kid is going to grow up to be the most weirdest serial killer we've ever had I'm sorry like a nine year old boy digging with his mom in the buff in love. I said that that makes it. That makes it different. Right because I hear you say nine year old in the data. That is wrong even. Even with a bathing suit. Yes, yes, and I also now the thought of somebody walking on you, Angel, you're nude and you immediately going. To that a high pitch. The mob can out. It's. Your proclamation is that that's wrong. I'm just done with Lisa, Silverstone's sorry girl. Now. You need a new crush. Time though, do you too many the? Being being a, you just wanted to time. Another personal injury because you had three. Power. We asked You for one crushing named fifteen guys. Up saying. Like, oh. Mom now even that. Saying Weird Things I do not like this and I don't know, but you're right. I gotta find a new one, so that's proclamation, and so shall right. You're listening to the morning. Show. We start whereas bad. Don't round Dope Brand Guy. My board kicking. A Lot. Lackey go. Like. Holler. Board. Bay. Wong. Of. Pantheon. Own. Atmosphere. Beer. Beer beer beer, beer, beer beer beer beer. Lineup Yeah Man What a day! What a week! What a week! What a day, but we've made it to be the week ago those your Beer Ryan. So. This is how we celebrate the week. Nowadays, everyone's got their beverages. There at Russell's home studio I got my be that I'm going to share with you guys and you absolutely. If you get a chance, have to go out and grab yourself this beer. I was brought to you by circle. K. and their beer cave. Find Your Favorite Beers. Your local circle k beer cave, and later on after this will take. Somebody's calling. You could possibly get a fifty dollars gift card. Fifty Dollars Gift Card that's. Four, zero, seven, nine, one, six, one, zero, four one, and we'll take a couple calls and the best one. We'll get fifty dollars circle K for the circle k. beer the week now. This is one of those beers that I've I've never had this beer or beer from this brewery. This is absolutely fascinating. The brewery is called Ouzo pinch craft brewery and they're out of Fort. Monroe Virginia so shat out the foreman. Virginia and Ouzo Pinch Craft Brewery. What I am Boutet? SIP on today it's called sugar sugar. A this is a copy cake imperial pastry stout coming in at nine point five percent. Sugar sugar copy. As a tasty start. It's a big boozy delight features hand ground copy from bad ass copy company Virginia Beach Staple, and it also has flavors of what we got is basically it's we vanilla. The imperial stout part of it Cinnamon Cranston Min pin a cello sugar and rummy Brown, so will practice up in here real quick. Nine point five. We're just GONNA slip a little bit of this one. That I'm having a delicious a blue light. You can't break yet. You gotta wait till he cheers. Nice I'm saying my beer. Is a by the end has booth as I. Get ready to take ourselves. We hold glasses in the air. And in the great words of Martin Luther King, junior commit yourself to the noble struggle for human rights. You'll make a great person of yourself a greater nation for your country and a final world to live in cheers, cheers! Now. Wow. You. Get goosebumps from that yeah. Shotgun that one. Oh, this is definitely a desert type of stout beer. Yeah it's a copy cake and pastry stout, nine point five sugar sugar. Sugar Sugar. Honey honey. That's impressive. That is absolutely oppressive again. You Save Them. I only got one care. Ob From A craft brewery at four Monroe Virginia. If you're familiar with them and their products, let them know that we love it here and the monsters and that's a beer of the week. Very, nice all right. We'll take phone calls in GONNA. Get Dollars to to circle K, thank you for doing this. We do appreciate all you've gotta be kidding me why phones don't work. Hall, pose, don't work. Well saw. There there. I can't bring them up on the board. To him on. What I'm just going to rattle off the names and you guys get to pick somebody. WHO's the first one that called the first person that called it? Don't hang up. They heard you didn't have the phone. And Brian. Hung Up, so that goes to these are the people that are online right now got matt. Tanya pick up the. Phone and talk to Matt. Say Man. What were you gonNA talk about. Yulia. Translate. What were you GonNa? Talk About Buddy. You can tell us see. The other end but Talking part for the microphone. No I saved I saved her because I put the point up to the microphone and completely messed up so matt. Matt Matt was GonNa talk about how awesome the monsters are, and how much. Say thanks. Winter Winter. Fifty dollars beer didn't. Win I looked. We can make it through you know. This is all not rocket. We can make. It. Tonight. It's what the Hell's angel listening to from ten til midnight right here radio one point. Do you have the theme tonight? Enjoy just There's GONNA be a couple teams I definitely. GonNa Lean on some tracks from run the jewels rather I'm dropping music in that fame, some public enemy and then. And also just like maybe something just to. Ease tensions. Kind of you know that's a good idea. That sounds good. And of course, after Fred's, which is tonight on Real Radio One zero four point one. And Angelique what you got going on this weekend. How did you know if you've got that commercial? You went last week. No, they film tomorrow zone. Fertilizer Commercial. New and that's out play that behind her. Out. Her singing! I I thought it was Debbie Gibson. I didn't know that was her. It was channeling my inner angel. My Dj Angel You got to here Angel gotta here. Can you play that on what the Hell? The Fertilizer Song. Fertilizer Song so otherwise follow me on Instagram Angelique Dancer, and then on top tick, Tock. Angelique the dancing queen all right. How about you? Ryan homes allemand? It makes me go to monster DOT COM to see. An rush you are signing up for monster. rewind right I. Want to hear that kiss interview, but I wanNA give it to me. You know I I'll tell you what I'll give you a special triple our price. Triple practice. MONSTER DOT COM and new episode goes up today as well there. You have it and you know everyone. Be Safe this weekend. If you go to protest baked peaceful peaceful protests, I think is awesome. We had the Hashtag today Hashtag. We hear you if you can share that I think. It's awesome. A The gym for coming up with it and I think that's pretty pretty cool. state. Junkie right after the Mazar. It's the Jim Colbert Sean three o'clock. We're back next Monday through our bang how to save. We can be good, alright right Ryan. Age Angelique and the leader, this mess of married men and Lady Russ whole lot of. Bryce we're in the Buffalo. Who? Thank you so much. Oh. We're GONNA get. Out of here go home. World. GotTa do. A, mother stop feeding fear anger everyday stopped. Making people feel so fearful. Give them. Real radio. One four point one.