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2010: How to Boost Your Confidence by Ellen Burgan of If It Brings You Joy on Celebrating Your Accomplishments

Optimal Living Daily

06:54 min | 4 months ago

2010: How to Boost Your Confidence by Ellen Burgan of If It Brings You Joy on Celebrating Your Accomplishments

"A real quick thanks to anchor for hosting this podcast. Anger is the easiest. Way to make a podcast. They'll distribute your podcast for you so can be heard everywhere. Spotify apple podcasts. Google podcasts and many more you can easily make money from your podcast to with no minimum listenership anchor gives you everything you need in one place for free which you can use right from your phone or computer creation tools. Allow you to record in. Eddie your podcast. So it sounds great. Download the anchor app or go to anchor dot. Fm to get started. This is optimal living daily episode. Twenty ten how to boost your confidence by ellen. Bergen of if it brings you joy dot com. And i'm just a mall your very own personal narrator a re to every single day of the year so that you don't have to go find blogs or articles yourself. I find the best authors online that i can find get their permission in simply read them to you for free and without. Let's get right to our next post and continue optimizing your life how to boost your confidence by bergen of if it brings you. Joy dot com celebrating accomplishments of friends and family often comes so easily. It rolls right off our talking to say you did it when someone graduates gets a new job or has the courage to take a step. They've been working on. But when was the last time you stopped and celebrated something you did when you comp something big or small did you stop and take time to acknowledge yourself. It only takes a moment yet noticing. Even the smallest step forward has a huge impact on your self. Confidence acknowledgements our core fearless living tool that. You can use your journey of personal growth as a fearless living program candidate in their life. Coaching certification program anchored all my clients to make a habit of acknowledging themselves regularly. What does it mean to acknowledge yourself. It can only yourself is sort of like giving yourself a pat on. The back is taking just a moment to stop and consciously recognize yourself for taking any step outside of your comfort zone. It doesn't matter if that step was done. Well or not the point. Is you acknowledge that you're good enough as you are right now. It also doesn't matter how big step is out of your comfort zone. Even thought is a step outside of your comfort zone. That deserves to be acknowledged. If you think about working out but in actually get on your treadmill you still had that thought and it's something to be acknowledged as you gain confidence. You'll actually work out if you never even think about. It is highly unlikely to ever happen. There's no room for negativity in acknowledgments. Keep everything positive. Does failure deserve to be acknowledged. Absolutely likely that required a big step outside of your comfort zone to to take courage. Does you dip your toe in the water. Perfection and failure equally important as far as being worthy of acknowledging. Some examples of acknowledgements are today. I can knowledge myself or stopping when i caught myself. Complaining today acknowledge myself for taking my dogs for a long walk today. I acknowledge myself for having the courage to ask for a raise today. I acknowledge myself for thinking about how. I can get a better job today. I acknowledge myself for feeling. Good about my food choices. At first acknowledging yourself will seem mechanical but with practice it becomes more natural and may be difficult to get in the habit. Because fear doesn't want you to recognize your steps outside of your comfort zone stick with it. Acknowledging yourself is an act of self love. What is something you've noticed about yourself that deserve some self acknowledgement. Why are acknowledgments. So important are you the type of person who tends to be yourself up. Do you have a lot of negative self talk going on either as an internal dialogue or speaking out loud. I know i especially tend to be myself up. When i'm learning something new when it takes more time than i think it should that inner critic and me start squawking acknowledgments or your ticket to get out of that nasty habit of beating yourself up. That can hold you back from being your best self acknowledging yourself. Every day will help silence that negative self. Talk because you'll train your brain to recognize your forward movement. You'll begin to accept yourself as is bottom line. Is that through a solid habit of acknowledging yourself every single day you'll build your self confidence and self acceptance quote invest in a life. You have to get the life you want. Rhonda brennan finder of the fearless living institute. Would acknowledgments help you. Invest in your life would acknowledgments. Help you get the life you want. How many acknowledgments martin many does a trick question because he can never acknowledge yourself too much. Last december took a challenge by ron o'brien to write one hundred acknowledgments at first. It seemed daunting. I persevered and got my one hundred and it felt awesome. I gained a real awareness. That i have a lot going well for myself. Also keep a journal and write five gratitude and five acknowledgments each evening. Writing your acknowledgements. Help you relive the situation and that repetition helps train your brain to look for forward movement right in the morning evening or throughout the day. Whatever fits your lifestyle. Delone my free positivity journal page to write three positives gratitude stat happened in your day if writing isn't your thing or if you drop from exhaustion at the end of the day fine little snippets of time throughout the day to acknowledge yourself. Actually make it your goal to acknowledge yourself in the very moments that you take forward steps and then reinforced the acknowledgement by writing down. How you life shift if you made it a habit to acknowledge yourself throughout each and every day empower yourself. There's nobody else in this world who is more important to acknowledge than yourself is one of the best ways you can empower yourself and support yourself through changes taking risks. They'll get you the life you want. Take time every day to acknowledge. How amazing you are. You'll inspire and motivate yourself. Taking risks is another important part in building her confidence each time. You take a risk. Your confidence will grow even more keep acknowledging an risky and you'll empower yourself to make choices from freedom not fear. What are you proud of about yourself. This is not vanity or being selfish. It's something you deserve. You listen to the post titled how booth your confidence by ellen. Bergen of brings you joy dot com. That should do it for the saturday edition of optimal living daily. Thank you for listening every day. Have a great weekend if you're listening in real time and i'll see you tomorrow as usual. Where your optimal life always.

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You ARE who you think yourself to BECOME with SEV. Part 2.

Dancing with Bipolar

1:08:48 hr | 7 months ago

You ARE who you think yourself to BECOME with SEV. Part 2.

"All right. I just want the audience to know that the gremlins are appearing so seven. Gonna i'm gonna We're going to get to the well. We've we've hit a big chunk of what i wanted to talk about today. So we're good but As as far as bipolar in hypnosis goes now we know that people can be hypnotized to like lose weight. Stop smoking like that. Do you think somebody can be hypnotized out of an illness. Personally i believe so absolutely because again it is what you think. It is what to believe it to be you. Mind creates the symptoms. Yeah so let me give you an example. If you're actually just imagined right now. You can't have a juicy lemon right you cut it in half you squeeze a little bit you look at it and you can see the juice running down right running down your hand now you shoved into your mouth all of them. Can you feel you mouth salivating. Yeah yeah you mind highs control over your body you mind only responds to two things. The images you put in your mind and the words you tell yourself that is it on that. Broken down really simply. That's so i mean in all actuality to make it a little simpler for people to understand. Our mind is a computer and if we feed garbage we're going to get garbage out at our data and if we feed positive we're going to get positive out gap basically already civically software. Yeah when you when you computer gets old you need to update data and mine is exactly the same. We do it all the time we have to update the you know the android del robot thing on every so often. Yeah i had a update this app before. We could do this before we can have this conversation. I need out last time before we had the conversation too so was always if you want to stay in the pack or remain a leader you have to upgrade yourself from time to time yet right so yeah absolutely and it's the same and then the beauty with hypnosis right it. Just it stopped with what you do your oviously creating those new believes creating those new thought patent but then it quickly very quickly becomes who you are and what you say. That is true. Yeah so so somebody so all right. So let's let's use me as an example. 'cause i'm here so when we first matt i was i was thinking i was in control. While we're actually thinking. I was in control of my life. I don't think i was. I was in control of my life. I was thinking that my life was so far out of control that i could never manage to wrangle it. Back to any form of a substantial invalidated. Life was however i mean. I think that's pretty much where i was at i was i was kind of a mass I was seeking relationship with somebody who was unavailable to me. I'm living in a place. We die hated I disregarded everything. Good i had in my life and was only looking at everything. I didn't have an that. Was i was miserable. I was pretty much miserable. Bitch i mean. I was really unhappy i was. I was jealous of everybody. I i had. I felt like i had no control over anything in my life whatsoever and that the universe had me by the balls. Don't have universitat by my my my my short hairs and was whipping me around and now and now two years later and this isn't just because of sub which she definitely planted the seed in my head that i could do better for myself and i had the capability to do so and that it literally was in my grasp to have the life that i wanted that not that i needed that i wanted and i i could achieve anything absolutely anything i set my mind to and you know what years later as proven to be true. Yeah absolutely and it's always getting better. Yeah always it's always growing. You've got plans. You got things happening in the background on. It is amazing. Yeah give it another six months and you still going to. You're not going to recognize that. Oh my goodness we'll have a conversation. You remember march we were chatting and look now as the end of the year and then look at how much more. Yeah so no. We actually focus on what we have and what we can. Do you know rather than like you said earlier. When a couple of years ago you were only focusing on what you did in. Have you would jealous of people because you compared what they have to. What you didn't have any was always on matlock and it's you know it's just about a shift. I think we mentioned this in. The last podcast is shifting from lack toward abundance. And so instead of trying to get away from like just move your focus your attention towards indi- towards what you have and it's very slight pursue packed potent shift that we can make and going back to where you were saying. Yes i give you the information but you had the choice to lessen and to put them into practice and everyone has that choice absolutely true. That's true and there was one exercise that we did that. My listeners can easily jump into if they choose to and it is that you look at yourself as already having everything that you desire and how it and as it sounds easy right how do how do we get my listeners to get into that mindset to be able to step into who they want to become okay one way of doing it quite easily. I think that was like the The the quantum leap that we did isn't it and then in nlp and then in hypnosis is actually referred to as the timeline and almost kind of looking back so the way that would describe a. It's obviously to take a little bit of time and then take a few debretts and then actually be calm when you go through this exercise on so just you sit down take a little bit of time and then imagine yourself in a yes time in two years time in five years time. Whatever you goal is and look at how you want to be in that timescale on ju visualize everything who you are where you live. What you have but really focused on that energy notify. You don't have it now but how you are going to feel when you get because they think that is true about your mind. Whatever you can imagine you can manifest you can get you can attract. Yeah i've never had any visions of becoming a doctor at that. Just doesn't cola to me so i never ever thought about know what i mean issues. I saw you are cold to wanting something specific. Recognize what you want for your highest south suspend a little bit of time and really feel everything. Where will you be. How will you be dress. What are you looking house. You hair even you know just little details pay and want. You might not have that image. Just actually stand there in your you know in your third eye in your mind you knew imagination and almost ten back and look back to where you are now and see what steps you have taken to get that back and want to actually come back to the real key to the reality to now to right now. You actually have a much better idea of the steps. You can take to take you to that place to live at you. Yup in the minute you start acting in your today life as if you are your future sell. You're on your way absolutely one thing that i want to mention about these. The as many people actually take really really way way too far. I well okay. Well in five years stamina. I'm going to go and buy a brand new car. I'm going to have louis vuitton bags. And but they actually get this stat seriously. You have no idea that. Get themselves josh. So much shit so much debt because i believe live as f. You don't have to live as if you have to feel as any role and not as a huge difference. That yacht is true. Let map. That's massive yeah. No you're not. You're not pretending you are aurea tell you are. You are projecting onto your self now who you are as future self lately scraped on all right. You know. i've not moved. I still in this. I'm still here. However i have gone everything in my power to positively change the influence that i have around where i live to make it better and i do. I do project to eventually be out of your. However the more the more i try to get out of here. It's like more. I have to stay. My mission here is not done yet. So i'm here for a little while however my mindset is that i am here but i will not be here for ever and it's going back to like life is going to be so much better when i have it right and it's just not right but it might not. It might not be. I know he might not be then. If we actually go into that that frequency that life is going to be so much better when a have a than we. We stay more stock because we act right. Unable to be present we are able to just really appreciate where we have because we are to focused and too obsessed with having what as we desire right. that is true. That is true. And and i mean. I can't say this for all my listeners. Because this international show and somebody could legitimately be listened to this interview in a hot in kenya on a dirt floor so i cannot. I cannot make materialistic garrisons between any of my listeners. Myself however we all have a brain and we all have a mind and we in legitimately we are all we are but we have what we have our outward possessions but what we are internally is what we are and that is what we can focus on improving as when we start to improve that that are outward stuff will also start to improve within our within our weekly it just it always comes from inside whatever we actally see physically on the outside is a projection is manifestation. It's something abusive. Behavior is everything that we feel and we are on the inside. And if we don't like what we say yeah we need to take stock chac. We need to actually change it and look at what we don't like. I'm actively make the choice to do it right to fix it or not or not fix it because by not making toy can charge and that's a tricky one group to get our our there like i'm just gonna do nothing and it's like you're making a choice of do nothing. I'm doing nothing a choice. So so there we go guys so Yeah yeah so again. Is there anything. So we're we're we're coming down to the countdown in. I'm not in a leprechaun's grand so much right now so Is there anything that you want to leave them with. I don't know if you've got your creativity course up and running yet or if there's anything that you want to leave him it is up and running is actually when live out into the world on monday this week so i've already had some really really good feedback on it. It's short 'cause it is cold divine creator tricks. I love that word ages. You know it. It just encompasses Idea of women right which is hair to creates and we decide so anyway divine because we're all divine divine creator drake's wealth activation so we need to activate that frequency within us in order to attract more wealth move money more opportunity into allies but then this is done via different different ways so what have included into the course. It is a show. Of course it is priced at seven dollars seven dollars because i wanna make a huge impact into the wild. I want to give everyone the opertate to actually get on their way. And you know just just knock you out of the park and then just do something so am we have a ritual to actively clean cleanse your energy field so to actually get rid of any residual and energetic connections that we have with people and because there's always energetic court actually attached between various people because you have contact and all that kind of stuff and i've also included a money activation meditations with something you actively. Listen to and then you create consciously. You're actively create new thoughts new ideas new gold and i also have included a hypnosis which is a wealth activation hypnosis within it so obviously take you into hypnosis activity duty that home every single night over twenty one day period as you fall asleep. M it lasts am it. I think is about thirty five minutes. So it's not hugely long and that actually rewires. You're thinking you know in a way that benefits you greatly and that actually clean your energy field changes your beliefs so then you actually more aware you are activating that frequency of being aware of opportunities not repulsing opportunities not repulsing money because after time we noticed i would not manifest in it and we're not attracting it but we actually it so you know so nasty shifting so this is my brand new costs and thank you for mentioning it on it. Went out into the world on monday. I am a price at seven dollars. It just gonna stay. That is seven dollars. It is yours for life just you know keep. Yeah absolutely you know. Keep doing it when you finish the twenty one day period. Just you come back. You know every so often and just the top really. You know it's like when we are bits more thirsty you have top you feel better you know and then for one couple of nights and then you off again so Yeah that link in the show notes in all that so that people can find you and are also linked the group with amazing and it's not just because chevaliers it but it's also because there are we. We became a family in that group. I mean it it. It kind of what happened like we became a family of like minded individuals who all want the same thing which is basically better the world. That's really yeah. Community is yeah. I mean it really is and it's like an even where we disagree. We disagree in such a way. It's respectful and we all learn from each other and we all wanted to feed which is awesome rematch. So they competition. Which is you know. Every every week that there is the a group is open yet. Anyone can come and post. Something obviously needs to be respectful and he cannot be bullying but other than that just common. Shag your struggles. Come and share you winds come and share your a high moment you insight. Whatever you want the group is open. it's a community. it's not state show for me. Hey i'm sad. Look at me you know every week. Yano people are welcome in that invited to common hsieh business and shoutout by the offers and what they do. You know people have gotten business from migrant from my community because we have very matching. That really really helps. I think people yeah. I've seen a couple of the ladies. I'm not gonna outcome on here. But i've seen a couple of ladies like just there. I mean triple the amount of reach that they had within our businesses in just like jump. I mean i wouldn't fit. And i i don't i don't look at the business i'm not. I'm not trying to make money off. It however i have seen some boundaries in my own within the podcast and stuff just by being part of the group are the ladies listening in and Sharing it on their own. Would i didn't even know what is going on the thank you You know it yeah. It's it's i'm really didn't how exactly i discovered you if it was through terrier not but yeah yeah i mean in the whole the whole thing with me and a separate guy so we'll let you get it but i will link all this stuff to you all so that you can find her and i are also want you to have no. It's that she still has available on confident in your business. Which will if you've never done hit noses. It is a really great baby. Step yahoo doing it so that you're not scared of and you are a comfortable going into a longer hypnosis. And everything else. That can offer 'cause she's not just a one on one trick pony here guys so Even though a once coney if he could duggal. But anyway i we're going to conclude this because yes without much trouble and i will link all your stuff it'll be on the show and Is there anything you want to leave them with any great hi fi with them before any wisdom crikey ever not giving you enough when he kidding kidding only kidding what would i like to say Yes there's something that i would like to say actually so we were talking about You know the mindset and then how can people change ready if they if they find it difficult to actually m you know. See what what they want to do. And so on so forth then they can actually have a think about what they would like to change right because no amount of conscious will got greedy. Pure hod winning this degen. No amount of that will change anything but one would like to leave your listeners. With is what it is. It a question that i would like them to ponder on guy so it's quite a deep question but general to think about it p- under you know On it for a few days and the question is this. What would i need so you right to the question you ask you to yourself. So what would i need to believe for your goal so what you want to create in a future for for this goal to be tree in my current reality. So you have the goal that you want to manifest what you wanna create your life. So what would i need to believe for this goal to be true in my current reality so not really really good question to ask yourself to find out what beliefs you need to change. What old patents. That need to guy and what actions you need to take to take one step further to that dream life that you can visualize already homework and i remember when said gave homework two years ago and i was lucky enough me chance later you still here i do do i do so. You're taskmaster but I want i want you all think about it and work on that and and consider it because it will inevitably help you get to where you want to go. And i'm on that note. I would like to wish my friend do your amazing. Thank you so much for having me and i'm really pleased. We actually managed to say goodbye to each other. This time around wanna know all right my friend so i will hit you up when i will be soon and Everybody everybody check out the show notes. I'm gonna put all the links to how to reach seven there and If you private messenger regarding a situation you're in. She will respond to you. She will respond to you so Don't flutter guys okay but okay so anyway. I love you and thank you so much for coming back on our return trip yer to get this concluded and I look forward to have new back on again in the near future to talk more. Definitely quantum leaping once again. They say yes. Thank you so much for having me back on. It's been amazing and have an amazing dan. Thank you so much to everyone listening. Take care bye well. Hello there lovely. How are you part i love. I'm great thank. You don't how some it's been morning so but we're here and we're good and We're gonna get through this today. And everything is actually really really good. Compared to last time when i talked to win you may or may not have known how lead darren i was by this whole. Us government stimulus situation in every so And then it was. Also doc's birthday and the bird and it was just. It was a really interesting interview last time. We had like distractions around me so Today's better we have a date for the stimulus. I overslept my alarm three. I spilled coffee all over my white. Dogs narrowly brown and brown speckled doggy. Who well it's funny. Because i didn't have any idea that my enjoyed coffee so much until they started cleaning up the dog and it was like. Oh my god so this is my copy is going so it saves you a job as a cat. A what do they call it. A cat corral but it funny because they actually notice the other day my my female my momma kitty Our kittens are like almost six weeks old. So they're like weaning and stuff like that but she had her paw coffee cup and was actually dipping off and licking and dipping her paw and licking drinking my coffee. And i'm like oh my gosh. That's not good. Catch a funny though. The creatures mine was leaking was sitting outside lunchtime and finished my salad and i had a bit of them vinaigrette. The bottom of the bowl then. I turned around and she has a head inside the ball leaking vinaigrette. I'm like i had this thought. I'm like surely that's not good for you. She carried on like in a way. So what can you do. I don't know i've always had a theory. That cats are aliens wearing catsuits in this observe us and that report back up to the federation so i could legitimately be right on track with that i. I don't know to tell people until i pass on from this mission and so the world will never actually know if they are aliens and catsuits. But i'm pretty sure that's really funny creatures though the the way that they look at you sometimes you know my cats get very often at may but she looks pissed off. And you really tell. She's math with something. It is just hilarious. Is like a red eye radio with us because we don't understand what it is that they're trying to convey to us and like. Oh my gosh. Just tell the dog and the dog will tell me and then we'll get all right so for the risk. This is a part two of my interview with sav. We talked on the seventeenth. So if you missed the first one it's not imperative you go back and listen to it in order to understand what's gonna to go on in this interview but it is imperative that you go back to it to see how awesome seven. So i'm super quick re recap on what we talked about. Last time we talked about the seven laws of attraction we talked to know Your life and upbringing and your suicide attempt and you're moving from a period of time where you just didn't know what the hell was going on and what you were going to do and how you were going to take care of yourself and your babies to now were. You are a way of attracting coach helping people to become the best version of themselves possible. Absolutely that's pretty cool. I've take thanks. Don good intro of what happens overtired. Brilliant stuff just comes off the top of my head so there we go so I don't really wanna rico. Go back through all that much like if you guys want to know about seven laws retraction and how they affect your daily life definitely go back and listen to the other show because we go into detail on some of the seven laws and how they affect your life Now and how it can affect your life in the future with manifestation. But i do want to just briefly before we go into Hypnosis and hypnotherapy which is being the the brunt of this interview. I do want to go back into just a little bit Because i know that a lot of people are still doing this and will continue to do this until they understand what they are doing. I really want you talk a little bit more about the manifestation of black and how we go about that subconsciously and not even realizing that is exactly what we are doing and why we are creating absolutely nothing in our lives so Yeah right absolutely say. Let's talk about that. And i think that actually is one of the seven laws. But i just can't remember which wanted it falls under right now but Let's have you my my expert talk a little bit more about the manifestation of whack and we can catch that in our own minds while we're doing it and knock it off so that we can actually have some abundance. Yeah we're not be great. The problem with the over traction actually works all the time whether you are aware of it or not just works. All the time is exactly the same as the laws of gravity. We are not aware of it but we walk with our feet you know family planted on the ground and we are very much on the ground so the law of attraction actally works all the time the thing is the law of attraction to actually allow it because he's very much an allowance we have to allow it to work into our life. There's you know it's something that a wrote in in my group today oxalate. I wanted to talk about that biggest paradox of working with local attraction because obviously last you know during our last interview we talked about the origin of the retraction. We talked about you know. Bits and bobs and it. It really came into light a about just over a decade ago with the book the an innocent amazing broken. I have read it over at all of them. From ron o'brien on a very good staw to understanding the universe and they'll over traction and it's a stott and really want to print that out because books like this. I've actually made people think that the universe is like santa claus that you're actually going to write and you know you you puppetry up and then suddenly that's it so you do you know what i mean. But then he's concept. I know that's not not like this. Because ultimately we saw co creators and we have very very important job today and this job is to take action and we have to take actions based on the gold and the desires that we want to manifest in our lives and in order to do these. Those actions need to be congruent with those call. The need to form a line. This is where the the word being being aligned. You know spiritually speaking comes from so. The thing is focusing on how match. Sorry let me take one step back. So you've got that goal that you consciously know that you want to create in your life which is amazing it great. This is a great start and then we start focusing on all my god. Life is going to be so good when this comes in. It's going to be amazing. And how how much better life is going to be when this comes in right but then that yeah but that's normal. That's being human right right. People don't really understand. Is that feeling dot that focus on how good life it's going to be when that comes in actually keeps us energetically stuck exactly where we are and where we are is without that goal right so right and it's a difficult concept to get your head around because people and i well yet but that i wanted right so i need to focus on it for it to come in and i'm like yes you need to focus on it for it to come in and you have to be very clear but you don't have to jews live your life as you live depends on that manifestation kind one exactly so we need to be clear but what we want and we need to take actions toward what we actually want but ultimately we still have to feel complete whether or not this manifestation comes in and this is where you know that just trips a lot of people because it's that that concept of life. Well yeah but i really really wanna but dot creates an energetic anchor. And it's like a ship on the dock right. The yonkers donnie an moving. It's not going anywhere and the same happens for us so something that so it's difficult to get ahead round at but what i suggest to my clients and my students is actually focused on appreciation. And i know that the whole concept of run gratitude is very big at the moment and that's amazing the final yet wrong time for people to realize like that's hard of mindfulness as part of good mental health and just a healthy lifestyle. In general is be grateful for emory. Everything is not just a good. You'd be grateful for the bad too because it's an equal balance thing without the good. You can't have the bad. You can't appreciate how much you actually have until you realize how much you could not have. That's very well said absolutely. But then i take it a step slightly higher than not see i focus on appreciation over gratitude and gratitude is amazing but then when you actually sit there with that feeling and that frequency of appreciation and us appreciate people in your life your free. She ate where you have and to me. That has a much higher frequency than gratitude and the needs to step up and that's amazing to grocery app but then when we actually start about appreciating all that we have in this moment right now just like you just mentioned. Then frequency the frequency they're emitting because we've actually risen up actually make you realize that everything actively works out for you one way or the other so does it really really does i. And and and i just for me. I mean we're gonna use the stimulus thing because my my listeners are well aware of my battle in my slight to get answers and everything and i finally did get the answer. I did finally get the answers. And there is a conclusion to this as would have been regardless of whether it had eaten alive or not there would have been conclusion one way or on the other but i took i took my angst around it in actually not turn it into a fight but turned it into a quest to answers for me and for everybody else that was in. That pay grew Narrow in hindsight looking back on it. I knew we were going to get paid eventually. It was kinda retarded. And i don't mean that a bad way but it was kind of like a really useless way for me to actually use my energy towards that because i totally depleted myself on worrying about it and and then and then coming to answer that i knew in the back of my head was eventually going to come anyway. Because there's thirty there's thirty million of us. There's no way they're going to go away. They're gonna get by it right but for some reason it and it's starting to actually come to understand. Why because as a kid you know I was promised a lot of stuff that never actually happened and people and would just hope that i would forget that. They had said that they would do this for me. So it was a massive massive trigger for me to tint to you. I guess what. I'm trying to say. However i could have used that energy and different ways and once. I really did figure out what i was doing. I did flip my script towards accepting the fact that i didn't have a year it would come. I already have more than enough. I mean a. let's get down to. I don't have a magic of have plan. T you know i am i am set for. I am set for life in all actuality and i was actually bringing bringing emptiness in lack into my life by hyper focusing on this money which gonna come anyway. So how how and as you know. I'm i'm i'm i'm ascending. I am kind of really hyper aware of what i'm doing within my own. My own mind but however people that may not be as advanced as i am yet at this level. What can they do. Are they're like little signals and signs that they can catch within their own. Mind it'd be like whoa. Whoa stop round the wrong path. Here back it up back it up. It all comes from you know you've come so far so so far am and then it's very much an awareness thing right. And then he's like listening to howard field because a mind active controlled her body right so when you're actually focused on some of that is negative or even positive you have that effect on your body but even more so negative you stop feeling angry you start feeling you get headaches you you just clench your teeth and you're sweating and you know all those all those m symtoms actually comes out of your body so it's all about being aware of this and checking in with while is this serving. May i might i. Can i do anything about it and something that i mentioned as well a lot is if there's something that you can control or have control over you can do something about it. Then yes go ahead and do it. Absolutely if it's something completely out of your hands right. This is somebody's sitting in the flipping white house over there. Who actually has control over what you know you ever really fretting about. There is literally nothing that you can day and getting yourself really really angry and really physically ill because people take it to that point to be physically ill over. It's not going to change anything. I know it's easier said than tom crikey. I've been there. I know that by just stepping back and listening. You're taking a stock check of our emotions tells us how we are thinking if we are thinking positive. Negative our emotions as actively You know the thing that we need to look out because dot gifts as the answer every single time that is true. I actually i. I mean i did realize that i couldn't walk. I couldn't go to washington and like actually you know. Flip the switch. That would be the file transferred from where they needed to go to get this done. But i did would do everything in my power that was available to me which included emailing a twitter war or not really a twitter war but a twitter a battle against the good way to put it. I i contacted everybody. I possibly could to an in government to let them to make them aware of the situation. Because as we know government as with many things many levels you right. This level wasn't aware that there was a glitch in eighth. Everything was fine. So in hindsight though i may have gone about it in a really traumatic and tragedy filled way. I i did help make positive improvement on this towards people. Now i mean now i mean like i said it eventually would have been caught up anyway and it would have been like holy crap. What happened here. We've got these people. And i don't know if i made it happen any quicker or not. It's kinda like that. Random ball thing where the amount of energy people are putting court something and then the random unreal hanging view. And i would really you know. I would like to see something like that regarding the stimulus and see lake if on that one day because there was so many people generating energy gorge. What is going on if we actually did help to flip anything. But it. I mean we. The conclusion came. And you know. And i'm not. I'm not necessarily sad about the way i spent my energy on it by ammo little bit upset with myself on the way that i made that such a focus on my life that i might have missed other aspects that were going on around me at that time that i just that just totally went by me because i was so focused on this one lacking manifestation that i didn't even need because i'm good you know what i mean but i wanted because i felt i deserved it like everybody else and that problem i think problem is a big word right because ultimately you did everything that you could have done which is great and yet i agree. You probably didn't use your energy as well as you could have done but you are learning from that that has told you a lesson than the next time. Something similar calmed junior. Know how to deal with it also. You didn't milk it for days. Yeah you did you bet and you flip the switch yacht. So that's my you know you've really really need to be proud of yourself and this is something that humans are really bad at doing because we tend to focus on stuff or i should have done. This could have done this better. But then look what you've done. Yeah just you know if you backtrack a grave yes ago. Would you have been able to flip the switch. Oh my gosh hell no. I would've probably been in. Would have been hospitalized over this situation because i was just. I was literally depleting all my energy. Everything doing anything concentrating on this one thing and Yet in like you said a couple of years ago. I probably would have wound up hospitalized over this because it was going down a really negative dark road that i because i'd been down this road i was familiar with it and i was like holy crap. We've got to turn around to do because this is all going in the wrong direction. And i had everything i need. I am more than okay. And why why is this one thing it. I mean it was because the fairness issue which is my own internal problem which i need to you know. I obviously still have some work to do. Because you know that kind of caught me off guard like oh my god. No one else is freaking out about. Everyone is calmly just waiting. And i am laying building trenches to get to get an answer and okay and another for nothing. There were people that were following my my little war on facebook and And i did. I did you know there are. I did podcast about it. People know that i was working for my commute. Arc the mental health community as well as veterans and other people that were forgotten in this payout date. However i still you know if this ever comes around next time yes i am definitely gonna modify my war tactics on this but you know either way like i said i'm not sure because how do we know that all that energy i was putting towards i didn't didn't flip it in in washington that the two hundred fifty email judy two hundred emails that i sent to every senator and congress person i was. I'm serious. yeah. I mean i'm not kidding. I think when i go into a war i'm i'm well i i thought it will. I mean i did. And i also message the white house. And i personally emailed biden and pelosi and harris and all the upper-class people and security administration am i r s and blah blah blah blah blah. And it. we got an answer. I mean finally but i mean how would you would think that it was all a by not. Don't you not have our you tiny meaning against congruent with your gold. You go to get that payment. Yeah you're obviously you know you got really really am do know that your energy got deplete and because you didn't stop any enough but ultimately you know the actions where congress with goals you know the the free continue could've taken up from a higher frequency right. Yes but when you feel so attached to something whether it's something so pessina it is difficult to actually have the detachment. Yeah and then you know. It's all wet on good. You know giving advice on this that and the other but then ultimately everything happens for a reason and that lesson needed to be lend. Yeah and you have lente and this is it. You got a point. That is true. I didn't even think about it as fed anything about it that way you see that is that is very true and at one point the fight or a fight it was a it was. It wasn't a fight because there was no fighting with anybody but myself literally. But this the need for the answer became greater than me. And that is always. When i know that i am on my my right mission. Because it didn't outta point when i finally realised like you have more than everything you're fine. You're good you know you're gonna get your you'll get your actual pay on this date which is coming up on friday and they will eventually catch up with you in. The fight became more once. I realized that the veterans were not included in it. It became more for them and for my ninety two year. Old next door neighbor. Who is ill and need. I mean he needs the money. I mean like i don't need i don't need shit. You know what i mean. I need air water and a ten love of my kit my babies and other than that. I'm i'm really fulfilled. I'm i'm good. You know what. I mean. I i i have everything i literally need. Now he on the other hand does not you know he's ill. He's up four stage. Kidney cancer He's he's old and he's lived. He's lived a good life and he and he and he and it became for him. That i wanted this answer to find out when he would so he wouldn't freeze to that is literally. Yeah honesty got. And if i had money i would have bought him. The would but but you know i got him an answer and i did some other stuff for him and i got him a lotta would manifestation getting him but it is it is know people just seems to skip over things like this and this is a manifestation. You got to neighbor somebody who to really needed would so then he could keep warm because he is unwell and you got it for free. Neither you know him who didn't have the money had to pay for that word as an amazing manifestation but then we need to celebrate these right. We need to celebrate this because otherwise it's just like all right. Okay well you wanted something of broader ta you know going back to the concept of manifesting in the universe but then you actually don't celebrate it. Yeah it's like about going back to the appreciation things happening in your life. Things are happening and then going back from you know the thought and the knowledge that everything's actually working out for me always one way or another and some days. It's like shut up. Don't talk to me. Because he's like why the hell are you right. But then the next day the momentum start brand new momentum we get brand you choices you know to make new decisions and new thoughts and then things change but we need you. Celebrate those small manifestations yes well he has no idea Who how why or where the would came from so you might now hijab but other than that i mean so but it was a manifestation. I didn't actually think of it that way. It was just a solution to a problem for new that yeah it was definitely manifestation so Any and he got. I think concordes award for free so he should be up until next year so Yeah and i saw the truck pull up. And i was just like okay. Go out there and don't get excited and don't and just keep it on the dl because equal. Because he's sick and he's like i am when people give him stuff she doesn't know like added like say. Thank you or you know what i mean. So i didn't want to add any more pressure to his life and he was already feeling with you. Know with everything else so anyway. Welcome jim if you listen to my show which you may or may not his kids because kids do but anyway all right so there we go. We have covered manifestation of lack in a huge way. So there we go everybody all right so i want to get onto. What your new your new unique thing. Both not your new thing but you do have a new Horse out and let's talk a little bit about hypnosis. Now everybody not everybody. But i remember back in the day they used to have hypnosis people come on those which may or may not still happen and they would write and they would audience to come up and do goofy shit like act like a monkey or pretend that they were a worm or all this stuff and then in vegas. I used to have them go a little bit more x. Rated on those and we don't really need to get into that but how exactly does hypnosis work and to be. Some never in show hide was discovered. You actually caught me something. I'm going to have to check out. banana stage. Hypnosis been going on for many many many many years. And but i can't give you the the actual data or how it was discovered Stage hypnosis has given hypnotherapy a really really bad name but then it's actually given fear to peabo when it just you know modality than actually changes people's lives really really quickly and still to this day you know we don't have those shows on. Tv's and all those kinds of things anymore but yeah just like you know clucking like a chicken around this age like for goodness sake really high is that what was i. Remember about five days. It's just crazy stuff. They used to make people through and it was like they have to be part of it just has to be fake and then you find out that it really actually wanted fake. That young. they did they. They did get people to do that. So how how does that work. Because from what i the little i understand about him. Look there most is that you can. You can not be led to do something that you would not normally moray do. Would i absolutely true so. I have my doubts on stage hypnosis as well to be perfectly honest because you know you you are always in control. Yeah it's not brainwash. it's not you know anything. It's not abducted. Did you this. Nothing going on like this at any point. Because i have conversation with my client throughout you know the hypnosis so if you're a sleep you can't reply to me right year sleep not in control always wake but then it's different am stage. You know. it's a different pot of the mind that we actually access so the brain waves are completely different and something that happens to the mind when you're hypnotized. That doesn't happen when you are not noticed than when you wake is not to mind. Active starts to let in better suggestions. Your mind is most accessible so it actually wires the mind to be different and then by letting so obviously hape no therapy. Is abe know sis with therapy with suggestions with healing with positive change. This is where the therapy acted comes in and dies don under hypnosis so that you know a hypnotherapist is a hypnotist but obviously uses it properly in invested coma uses it to change someone's life positively and by doing that okay so is hypnosis is hypnosis or hypnotherapy part of like neuro plasticity does it fall into that arena of brain rain activity. Yeah absolutely because hypnosis hypnotherapy. Actually as i was saying it just feed you know suggestions positive suggestions and those new suggestions actively creating new neural pathways into your mind that you know creates your new habits new new way of thinking your new behavior and therefore you new actions in your life. So how how i did it knows as once a for maybe two months or something and it was actually really traumatic for me I didn't enjoy it at all and it may have just been the whole situation. I was in on top of it. But i want. I want to eat stopped with that person. I never went back to like therapy with them on so like you said i wasn't asleep and i was aware of what was going on and it was just. I don't know what it was. I mean i might. It might serve me better. Now that i'm like well on my way to recovery from my childhood and all that stuff that happened in maybe it was just like a too soon type of situation of accepting the fact that all that had happened to me as a child then diving head first into the hypnosis part of it of Like you know in past past life regression but buried memories and the athlete that would so in a case like that where somebody's ben. Traumatized they're seeking help. Is there an easier way. Go into the hypnosis to help somebody or is it. Just not for everybody. Seatac science has proven that everyone can can be hypnotized to everyone can benefit from hypnotherapy again. Different modalities with some people in better with some others. Yeah just depending on what to actively looking at and book ultimate clay when you actually do a regression so regression hypnotherapy actually takes you back to childhood to pinpoint you oxalate maybe wasn't explained to you You know properly at the time or maybe you didn't take that information in but then when you go back you are not reliving that part you actually you. You are a am expected to your viewing your viewing what has happened. It's like for example if you fall down and graze you knee and then you go back and think about that time. You need not going to stop bleeding. Suddenly you not reliving right that part. So it's actually having that understanding is because you know for a long time as well when i was thinking about my childhood i could feel my body reacting duet because you mind has no power over you buddy so you know so that can be very tricky but with regards hypnotherapy being for everybody again everybody but science has proved that everybody can be hypnotized and there is an element of you know. Really see to be him. Notice you actually have to be relax. You have to be potent your stage of rely section and this is when you brainwaves. Actually a change on. I don't know how you were taken into hypnosis but maybe that particular way was not fully. Did it work that could be. It was It was like he told them he told the coin. Or something on a string and then like we did a count back and That's about all. I remember of it. I just i. I remember being extremely scared which i'm sure did not help. I was extremely scared. So yeah and then And the way he had off set up so i would start to get relaxed and then he had the the chair that i would be sitting next to a door so every time i start to put my head back out slam my head on its so so we may not have ever gotten into a full of hypnosis because of all those contributing factors that were around it and Yet and i just remember looking out the window in there was a there was like a bunch of pige. Every time i go in there was like his budget. Pigeons on the ledge and i would i would keep counting the pigeons as they were flying off ledge so it was like in a way i was actually trying to counteract everything he was trying to do by now. Falling into that fully hypnosis. The state i think is what was going on plus. I didn't trust the guy. And i didn't enjoy the situation. I was time so i think there was a lot. Yeah it wasn't. It wasn't exactly a voluntary situation. That i would've court mandated or anything but it wasn't really a voluntary situation either was kind of lake a stopgap situation for me going further down the rabbit hole. I was already in so but it was. It was very unenjoyable situation now with you. I have done many hypnosis. Not many a few many instances would you and they have actually been fruitful for me I remember the yakima. Leap warmer did a couple of years ago. Now nick yummy. Yeah it was. But i mean it. It really helped me. And i remember when we started. I'm gonna. I'm gonna give the audience so guys my first much sam. I thought she was seen shed bank. I'm not gonna lie. You know it. And i thought everything i thought she was just like an end to a means type eighty and it was all about the money and i have not paid. Some us sent for anything that she has helped me with and She's not a bullshit artist. So at the end of this call and on the show notes when you like go check her out on the group and stuff out. We are in Just just skin to know that she's not schyster very welcome because there are many many schyster counties out there who prized world and deliver. Absolutely nothing is a negative balance in your bank account and seven. Seven's not one of these Ineffectual very honestly told you whether she thinks she can help you out. Yeah which is not. You've yeah is not no know why. I'm gonna drag minnesota. You're right. I'm gonna. I'm gonna really and i'm going to get you on your credit card and you're going to forget about it. I'm gonna hit you up to fifty ever forget munch until you cancel it and it's like you're going to get no benefit for me whatsoever except more stress. So save is not one of the coaches so just yeah it's a mine Yeah but i mean you do your whoa wary of it. I mean like the the amount of life coaches out there. Right now exceed the amount of people on the planet earth i think so it's just crammed crazy and you know so If you don. I don't necessarily want you to do hypnosis on the show right now because I would prefer that people actually contact you individually so that you can determine what they what will help them in their life situation right now and there's like not an all inclusive hypno- your life better. Which wouldn't that be awesome. That'd be pretty good but then when you think about all the things that you know you want and then the top of your head you know. Many people people come to me and i want to be more confident and i want to be successful and i want to be able to take better decisions. Oh and i want money. I want to be wealthy. And and and then i won't feel really really good about myself and said you've got six different things already. Okay okay so you know By the drive at back at this brilliant but the thing is you know joking. Pod is light knowing that people think that the mind is such a complicated things cause such a complicated organ and it really isn't it really is an to put it really really simply you mind always does what it thinks. You wanted today right whether whether if you know what he thinks. It's in your best interest so based on the information that you have faded worth overtime. It will do what it thinks you wanted today right. Yeah so you know. But then he doesn't take years to reprogram it to create a new pathways where we were talking about earlier. It takes people because people learn differently and change a frontline Takes on average between ten and twenty one days not weeks not month not yet days right right that the drop drop in the bucket the term of your whole life so yeah. It's it's i mean. Most people really do take like seven months where this to happen. Why would i bother. And it's like the minute you make that decision to make the change in your life. Your i could not have said it better a absolutely brand. Yeah that's very true. Though but i i lived in. I mean it's like in you know you've seen the transformation of the two years and like at right at any of my long-term listeners. On the podcast. That have been with me since that first. Three minute and thirty three seconds. Show that i put out Gosh almost two years ago. We're coming up wow But i mean i have would take in all the advice from you personally and from your page and you know from some of the other peers that are in the group that have also grown along with me and We have a definite track record. That what you say will work in. You'll use it and that's that's the thing you can't screw around with it in half ass it and hope to get the results that you know that you want if you're if you're not going to put the work into it because there is work. Yeah you've got what choice. You'll always have the choice. You have the choice to get going workout to you. Have the choice to sit down and eat pizza all day and then wind your body weight. You're always have a choice on changing your mindset and changing the actions that you take every single day also comes with that choice and you need to be consistent. But we're not talking about being consistent flight. Ten years we talking about being consistent for twenty one days if you one of those people who actually we know changes over that amount of days right and it could even be ten days so it's re weeks exactly three weeks and then you just need you type it up as when you know because sometime you just feel you've got a little bit of a warbler or something happens. He just needs to top it up and then we talking about one session and is something that you do at home is not you know it is except.

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Seek ye first the Kingdom of God - Pr Piet Visser (2017)

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Seek ye first the Kingdom of God - Pr Piet Visser (2017)

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6.3.21 Violence in American cities, voting laws, and Parkinsons patients

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6.3.21 Violence in American cities, voting laws, and Parkinsons patients

"The world and everything in it is made possible by listeners. Like me my name is pam coulter. I live in midland michigan. And i've been listening since way back when it was a weekly podcast now. My daughter-in-law jordan has started listening to it too. I love that this gives us an added touch point something new to share. I hope you enjoy today's program. Good morning american. Cities are an uptick in crime arising violence. It did not happen in other countries. Something happened here also. Some states are reforming their voting laws restrictions or reforms. We'll talk about it. Plus people with parkinson's disease put up their dukes. In the art of boxing see says you've got to exercise and exercise hard where your brain will get the signal to your muscles to move to do things and commentator cal thomas on the perils of taxation without representation. It's thursday june third. This is the world and everything in it from listener. Supported world radio. I'm ron o'brien and mary record. Good morning back now the news. Here's ken covington. President biden met in the oval office on wednesday with the top republican negotiator on infrastructure. Senator shelley moore capito but white house press secretary. Jen psaki told reporters earlier in the day not to expect any big developments from the meeting. I would be more of a discussion and certainly we'll see what comes out of the meeting. And what the appropriate next step is. The two sides have moved closer to an agreement but a gap of almost eight hundred billion dollars remains between the latest. Gop white house proposals privately. The president has sized up the nine hundred and twenty eight billion dollar republican offer as unworkable. That is in no small part because taps unused kofi nineteen funds to pay for it republican senate leader mitch. Mcconnell said wednesday. What are the suggestions. way to. The administration is to repurpose extraordinary amount of money. That's gone out to state and local governments across the country. Republicans consider biden's plans to raise taxes for infrastructure spending a non-starter. The administration has set a june seventh deadline for a bipartisan deal. But some democrats are now pushing the white house to pull the plug on talks in simply push the bill through the senate using budget reconciliation process. That would not require any republican votes. The world's largest meat processing company has resumed most production after a weekend cyberattack jbs usa holdings which is headquartered in colorado. Said it's been able to get the vast majority of its plants back up and running after a shutdown caused by a ransomware attack. The hack came just weeks after another cyber attack forced the shutdown of the largest fuel pipeline in the country causing thousands of us gas stations to run dry former us cybersecurity director. Chris krebs said wednesday that every company is at risk. You thought that you would be spared that criminals wouldn't go after you guess what they went after our gas and they went after hot dogs. No one is out of bounds here. Jbs reportedly notified the federal government. That a ransom demand came from the ransomware gang. Reveal which is believed to operate in russia vice-president. Kamala harris is preparing for her. First international trip as vp. She'll travel next week to guatemala. And mexico to discuss root causes of migrant surge on the us southern border aristotle reporters wednesday that you'll kick off the trip by meeting with guatemalan president alejandro. Geo we have lots to discuss. It is about what we need to do and can do together to support the folks who need help. In terms of hunger the economic development piece the extreme weather and the impact that has had on their economy areas previously held virtual bilateral meetings with the presidents of guatemala and mexico. The biden administration has pledged more than three hundred million dollars in relief to the northern triangle countries of guatemala honduras and el salvador. Meantime texas governor. Greg abbott says it is the biden administration's policies that are fueling the border surge. He has issued a disaster declaration in dozens of counties in southern texas citing a crisis along the us. Mexico border worlds. Kristen flavin has more. The republican governor declared a disaster in thirty four counties along or near the border in a statement. He said biden's border policies have coating here paved the way for dangerous gangs and cartels human traffickers and deadly drugs like fennel to pour into our communities. He said landowners in south texas are seeing their property damaged and vandalized on a daily basis. The governor added that since march sixth of this year the department of public safety troops have made more than thirteen hundred criminal arrests apprehended over. Thirty five thousand illegal migrants and seized over ten thousand pounds of drugs. Abbott said declaring a disaster in those counties will free up more resources to in his words protect landowners and enforce all federal and state laws stemming from the border crisis reporting for world. I'm kristen flahavan. A group of business owners in georgia is suing major league baseball over. Its decision to pull the all star game out of the atlanta area this year. Mlb commissioner rob manfred said. The move was in protest of a new law which tightened election rules in the state. Alfredo ortiz is ceo of the job creators network. Which is the group bringing. The lawsuit are small business. Owners were getting decimated already from covid. They were looking forward to this for twenty one months and so this decision by manfred was really really horrific for them analysts say local businesses may have missed out on tens of millions of dollars in revenue from the twenty twenty one all star game. The suit accuses the league of violating civil rights law and the protection clause of the fourteenth amendment. The lawsuit is seeking the return of the all star game to atlanta or one hundred million dollars in damages. Plus punitive major league. Baseball has not commented on the suit. I'm can't covington and straight ahead. What's behind the increasing violence in plus cal thomas on the commission we really need. This is the world and everything in it. It's thursday the third of june twenty. Twenty one you're listening to world radio in bristle. Glad you joined us today. good morning. I'm mary record. And i'm mona brown. I up on the world and everything in it. Crime in america's cities memorial day weekend is often. When the summer crime season takes off and homicides spike year was different but violent crime is becoming more common no matter what day it is. Violence is on the uptick in nearly every city over the past eighteen months. What's behind it. World's sarah weinsberg. Reports curtis farrar has pastored a church near downtown minneapolis for four decades. His neighborhood has changed a lot during that time. Farrar who is black. Says the neighborhood used to be primarily made up of minorities and it used to have a lot of gang activity and over time that really change and we were able to reach a lot of those gang members and as a result of that businesses. Start coming into the neighborhood. The killings in shootings had really stopped. And i think people could feel the change and lot of white folk came and moved into that neighborhood for our says. The relationship between the police and minorities was never perfect but overall the community felt pretty safe then last may a minneapolis. Police officer murdered george. Floyd protests erupted and the neighborhoods trust in police. Shattered pastor for our church is across the street from where george floyd died that having so the community change and and i mean people started coming out in the neighborhood and said that enough is enough as the protests continued. Police twelve barricades around the block. Were floyd died. The police rarely crossed the barricades. Because they don't want to provoke protesters in their absence. Violence has flourished farrar says some days it sounds like he's living in the ok corral. Was there the other day at. I never heard many gunshots at all. Those gunshots are a part of an overall increase in crime last year. Minneapolis saw a twenty one percent jump in violent offenses in twenty twenty including murder rape robbery and assault. That spike has continued. In two thousand twenty one the city is on track for near record number of homicides and minneapolis is not an outlier. According to data analyzed by cnn sixty three of sixty six largest police jurisdictions saw a jump in at least one category of violent crime in two thousand twenty for many cities that was homicides portland saw an eighty two percent increase in murders last year. Los angeles had a thirty six percent jump. Houston's murder rate climbed forty two percent. Many urban areas haven't seen homicide numbers like these since the nineteen nineties some criminologists attributed the increase to the social and economic upheaval caused by covid nineteen. Peter moskos is a former police officer who now teaches at the john. Jay college of criminal justice. He says there's little evidence to support that explanation by do think it's important to sort of get away from the arguments that covid suddenly caused people to shoot each other. The rising violence last year in twenty twenty. It did not happen in other countries. Something happened here and it happened. By and large the in late may and early june and they continued to help now. Mosca says that. Something was the death of george floyd and the nationwide protests and sometimes riots. That followed calling for police reforms in the wake of the public outcry against police. Moscow says in certain communities officers have cut down on interactions with people that includes fewer arrests and tickets. It wasn't just a minor decline you know. We're talking eighty percent fewer tickets for for minor offenses that kind of thing. There are just fewer and fewer interactions. By design and choice. I'm they don't want to be the next viral video at the same time. Many departments are also experiencing recruiting shortages and retirement leading to fewer cops on the streets. Rafael mongolia is a legal policy analyst. At the manhattan institute he says staffing issues have been building for several years. We had somewhere around seven hundred. Twenty thousand uniformed police officers twenty thirteen That's down to about six hundred and eighty thousand now. But maguire says protests and public discourse have further depressed police morale that affects hiring and retention department budget. Cuts don't help either. Last july new york city was those to have an academy classes. I think nine hundred officers or twelve hundred recruits and that class was cancelled as a result. One billion dollar budget cut that that the mayor signed last summer l. a. I think it was three hundred officer. class that was canceled So so that's one of the sort of immediate effects. I think we're probably already feeling but out on the streets. Some community leaders have a different perspective. Stephen robinson is a minister in philadelphia. Working to end gun violence. His city saw a forty percent increase in homicides. Last year robinson says covid nineteen lockdowns exaggerated issues. That drive crime is a lot of different. Things is property now is the lack of resources is despair hopelessness. Robinson says more police or just better policing isn't the only answer to crime. Police can't change hearts. You know about evangelism as evangelists living word and preaching were going out into the streets in minneapolis. Curtis farrar says his community sees the need for police more than ever after the last year but neighborhood residents also worry that a bad cop will show up when they call for help so he says many people have stopped calling and crimes or helping police catch criminals. Farrar says police need to do more to rebuild the neighborhoods trust before the community will trust them to serve and protect. Someone needs to come to us. Look we made a bad mistake. We heard valid you trust but we do know you need police. Say it on news. Come out to me. Talk to the community reporting for world. I'm sarah weinsberg next up. The battle over new voting laws in states led by republicans texas democrats over the weekend walked out of the state house of representatives where republicans hold the majority democratic representative. Chris turner said they did it to block republicans from passing a new elections bill. Democrats use the last tool available to us. We denied them the corm that they need to pass this bill and we killed that in response. Republican governor greg. Abbott announced that he would order a special session to get that. Bill passed the bill in question. Would among other things bring an end to new voting accommodations introduced during the pandemic. lieutenant governor. Dan patrick said this week. We simply want to stop some road. County like harris county where houston is created. Twenty four hour voting. It's against the law number two. They also had dr voting. It's against the law. The bill would also tighten rules on mail in voting and blocked local officials from sending ballot applications to anyone who didn't request one republicans. Say these changes made to accommodate. The pandemic needed reform. The changes now are designed to protect the integrity of future elections but democrats like state representative. Nicole collier say the effort is really about making it tougher for minorities to vote. They don't want you to know the truth on that bill. Want you know how they don't want they don't wanna see you at the pole. They don't cutting through the politics and the noise here. What would this bill actually do or not do here to help. Answer that question is professor kevin simms. He is senior professor of political science at cedar ville university professor. Good morning. good morning. Well we mentioned just a few of the provision in the bill but gives a synopsis of. What's in this legislation. If he would. i will Is an ended by the texas legislature to really update their voting laws. And so they put a number things into place During the pandemic to make voting easier so bad is where you get. The extended voting hours about second turned in Just almost at at anytime. Anyplace extended days for that and drive thru voting social distancing so the hopefully the so the texas legislature sue as okay. Let's update everything and let's let's make it work again. So things like twenty four hour voting. That would go Republicans say we don't need to do that anymore. People can get to a place you got about twelve hours for voice to the open you can get there. You can vote. So that's really what is intended to do is do away with the restrictions on the pandemic formity with really where largely the rest of the country is well. I've read some things about the sunday as being a problem. A republicans have walked back a portion of the bill with regard to the voting window on that day. The bill had limited early voting on sundays from one to nine pm. Critics say that just aims to curb. Get out the vote. Efforts at black churches and republicans now say that was actually an error in the legislation. Yeah and i know they. It was there They changed the only place. Time from your you're correct. One o'clock tonight o'clock Well actress traditionally have used a thing called soul to the core as oh you al soul to the poll where they would meet. Maybe with your congregation. That's nine o'clock the old car caravan of the owl's ogle together that loss. If you don't start till one o'clock republican response to that initially was well. Hey all workers wanted to go to church so we should allow them opportunity to go to church. Well maybe you know if you go to church a lot of these church. On saturday there are early morning. Services was really a pretty weak argument. Elaine i think that will probably disappear and you'll go back to having a point places open on sunday. Probably from seven a senator from nine to nine they will probably. Let's talk about the rules on mail in voting. What's changed their you saw. This is only giorgis solano balanced. Got out everyone who was registered in west game to you may not have voted for five years. You may have been dead for those five years so you're still registered to vote. Why you got him out that so it was. It was rife or fraud so it changes would be. You're gonna get a mail in ballot but you must request it one of the things. They did away with which i think is really very good. Did away with a signature validation. So you need to do now is simply provide something like a dry number on your driver's license for the last four digits social security. So we're not looking for an interesting match and all that okay. I know in georgia. They just passed new rules around mail in voting and their governor. Brian kemp defended it by citing. New york's battle was saying you have to have an excuse there to vote absentee whereas that's not the case. His state assuming this texas bill becomes law professor. How would it compare to the mail in ballot rules in other states around the country. That's a good question. Interestingly mail in ballots be would be than some of the states Even in the northeast lewis say senate wrap state Delaware new jersey. New york All of those say are actually somewhat more restrictive than texas would be or georgia Colorado that's the debate over moving the all star game from atlanta to denver. You know denver's actually more restricted than atlanta's Well both sides say the other side's concerns are completely baseless republicans in passing together voting rules in texas and other states. Say they're trying to prevent voter fraud. Have republicans in texas presented evidence of a significant problem with voter fraud knowledge. They have not. And i think that's been the gauge in most is their voter fraud Yes sure there's drawn in every election in every state but on voter fraud to overturn elections. Badong of evidence has yet to be demonstrated anywhere you know to buy them and say well. We're going to try to restrict voter fraud. Well that's a noble her but they're a real problem was on texas precious little evidence to that church And then on the other side. Democrats say asking voters to verify their identification on ballots by providing a driver's license or social security number will suppress the minority vote. Texas already requires ide- for in person voting and that's the case throughout most of the western world many democrats however said requiring. Id for in person. Voting would suppress the minority vote. But have we actually seen evidence of that Actually no There is some evidence minority. So let's say lack brown voters The numbers are higher then. white voters and presenting an i a but access to dis is actually open equally to everyone regardless of race or gender. So yeah anybody can get an id. So i think that's a pretty weak argument to say this is discriminatory of this race. It's really opened anyone who wants to go get an id. Professor kevin simms with cedar bill. University has been our guest professor. Thanks so much for having me on. Additional support comes from the institute for excellence in writing. Teaching writing could be easier than you think. Three weeks video instruction free. At e w dot com slash free dash lessons from redeem tv a new worldwide faith based video streaming service subscription is free at redeem tv dot com and for music in our home school easy to use online music courses for all ages at learn dot music in our home. School dot com. Well we all enjoy a night out on the town on occasion. Things can get out of hand. Though when the revelers are herd of elephants fifteen pachyderms wandered out of their nature. Preserve took a three hundred mile hike to the outskirts of the city of kunming population. Seven million now. The task is to persuade the herd to head back home so they're trying to lure the animal's out with elephant favorites like grasses and root vegetables an expert in asian elephants say. It's quite possible. The elephants leader lacks experience led the whole group. Stray might just be a human application. There mary gets the world and everything in it on the world. Today is thursday june third. We're glad to have you along for today's edition of world radio. Good morning to you. I'm mary record. And i'm myrna brown each year about sixty thousand. Americans are diagnosed with parkinson's disease for many the brain disorder put to the point. Where daily tasks become difficult. But there is growing evidence that exercise improves symptoms. One in particular has really caught on boxing. Here is world correspondent. Geneva with the store on a tuesday afternoon. A seventy four year. Old woman shuffles into a boxing gym in franklin tennessee. Her gate is wobbly but she makes it to the middle of the floor. She wears black yoga pants. A black t. Shirt and a pair of pink. Ringside boxing gloves. The kind with velcro straps not laces. After a warm-up coaches sabbath zo day holds out to punching paddles come on one two three four. the woman is my mom. She has parkinson's disease so day began working with her not long after her diagnosis. Three years ago parkinson's disease causes muscle stiffness and makes body movement difficult known. 'cause no known cure it's the second most common degenerative nerve disorder. Alzheimer's is the first a growing body of evidence suggests that non contact. Boxing may slow. Parkinson's symptoms zohdi students punch paddles and bags not one another zodiac learned to box a boy growing up in ethiopia. He played other sports too. When i was a kid. I used to play ping pong and basketball and soccer in running. He worked out at the ymca near his home box. A coach who trained elite athletes noticed sodas passion and talent team. The coach told he was good enough to be an olympic athlete. And he says sub. You're great it's once you choose one sport that can't take you. The olympic at the time pia had three summer olympic sports teams track and field. Cycling and boxing day says he wasn't fast enough for track cycling too expensive. That left boxing with key awoke every morning at five thirty. Am to run then headed to practice his first of three for the day. He attended school at night. I focused on hundred person. I might power my energies for to be an obedient at eighteen. He was heading nineteen eighty four summer olympic games in los angeles or so. He thought it was the cold war in may the soviet union announced. It would boycott the summer olympics. One by one soviet allies followed including all day was devastated on. Just one just shot to all the dreams and autism odd. You know i just. I don't have any life. No dreams boxing matches had taken their toll. Zoda kept coughing up blood. He learned he needed heart surgery three years. After his dashed olympic dreams he came to the united states for the operation and stayed. He worked as a limo chauffer and taught boxing to professional athletes and celebrities. One day a doctor showed up for lessons zone. I asked what motivated him to box. The doctor said or specialist sent him. The doctor had little coordination and a lot of confusion. When's o'day asked him to punch right. The doctor punched left. But with each lesson. The doctor improved. And i said wow i c- workout is really helps them. A lot for coordination and is always surprise and that experience opened sodas is and he could use his skill for a new purpose today. He dedicates much of his work to parkinson's students like my mom. Another one of zoete students sixty nine year old christie tutor two and a half years ago tutor noticed a tremor in her left hand. I was playing on my phone. And i noticed my hand was shaking going out. Gosh i got some computer. Play nintendo disease or something you know that people are the phone too much then shop symptom as i walked. I my left foot. Would drag soon after a parkinson's diagnosis. Her doctor gave her a prescription for medication. And this advice he says you've got to exercise an exercise hard where your brain will get the signal to your muscles to move to do things. So shooter joined a boxing. Class zohdi says non-contact. Boxing is a total body workout. Boxing is really helps for everything. Help sue for you coordination for your speed agility strings and you balance for you stamina. All that can help prevent falls a high risk for parkinson's patients but the benefits are not limited to physical fitness. The exercises helped with brain function to instead of calling out the combinations jabs sauce duck hook. Zoda makes his memorized number four. No come on come on. I'm not going to stand him before. Go number four number three. That's part for me. I think everybody's you know switching combinations number to about a year after she started. Boxing tutor noticed significant improvements. Drill more hand tremor no more foot-drag and so that has stopped since i've been boxing. Almost all my symptoms have gone away. My mom's symptoms have not improved quite dramatically. She can no longer drive or cook. She never knows what she will face. Each day says back when he trained for the olympics. His coach used to say suffer for good for a long time. He didn't understand that he just wanted his suffering to end. Now it's what he teaches his students. Everyone suffers don't waste it so most of us. Now we we'd like to suffer. We give up instead of giving up push through us that suffering to build strength not only strength of body strength of character and faith speed up. Yeah you go push it. God this come on yeah suffer a world. I'm jenny rough in franklin tennessee. Choice loved right to us. Yeah we did a little bit. Today is thursday. June third this is the world and everything in it from listener supported world. Radio i'm myrna brand. And i'm mary record. Here's commentator cal. Thomas now on the anger that washington ignores to the peril of us all senate republicans refuse to establish a commission to investigate the january sixth riot at the us capitol. Bill a bipartisan commission. But who really believes that in washington virtually everything is partisan how about a commission to examine the source of the anger that produced the attack. The sources aren't conservative. Talk radio or cable tv. Those are merely condu- it's for americans who are fed up with government and wanted to return to the boundaries established by the founders violence and destruction. Were not justified on january. Six or at any other time but the riott might go along way toward heading all future incidents if our leaders understood the rioters depth of feeling they believe their country is being taken away from them without their consent. We're told we must pay more taxes to a government that has misspend our money for years on programs that don't work but help politicians stay in office. We must live within our means but government is spending us into unsustainable debt. We must obey all laws or suffer civil or criminal penalties but we see countless people breaking the law to illegally cross our southern border. We watch as public schools teach critical race theory as part of what some consider historical revisionism and invite drag queens to middle school career day. The pentagon demolish the trump era ban on transgender people in the military. But i've yet to hear how this will promote unit cohesion help us win wars or compete with the military's of russia and china. Their priorities are much different. We spent record amounts of money on public education and yet american kids are behind it important subjects such as math and science notice. There are no proposals for a commission to investigate. Black lives matter or the large amounts of money flooding into both parties in an effort to influence elections. No only people. Viewed as the extreme-right are subject to investigations. There are numerous quotes even books about nations that have crumbled under the weight of their own. Self indulgence past the statement by our sixteenth. President abraham lincoln he said quote from whence shall we expect the approach of danger shell some transatlantic military giant step the earth and crushes a blow. Never all the armies of europe asia could not by force take a drink from the ohio river or make a track on the blue ridge in the trial of a thousand years. No if destruction be our lot we must ourselves be its author and finisher as a nation of free men we will live forever or die by suicide unquote. If we ever get to a commission to investigate what fuel the january six riot that quote would explain our suicidal tendencies. It might also explain the anger. Many feel. i'm cal thomas. tomorrow is culture. Friday and stone street joins us also a new kids movie worth heading back to the theater to see and last call for listener feedback. Let us hear from you. Two zero two seven zero nine nine five nine five or record on your phones voice memo in email the audio file to us feedback at world and everything dot com mary record and myrna brown the world and everything in it comes to you from world radio. World's mission is biblically objective. Journalism that forms educates and inspires. 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Law of the Harvest with Ron Haycock

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Law of the Harvest with Ron Haycock

"Welcome to the Biz for good show. Where we highlight misfits, outcasts and renegades for the be good at doing good movement. We spotlight people that are changing the world. Integrity and honesty and creating an environment of connection. The showing the true secrets is excess creating a greater impact. So. Come on board and create your own Biz for good life. Guard while welcome. Welcome to the BIZ got! Shit. Your host Bobby Jeeves along with the ladies and gentlemen. House row. Ben! Dell's about the show Ryan. Do we have a show for you today? Oh, it's going to be a good one guys we have. We're going to have some fire and ice going on. Blow Up. Some do some. Firework, she is. That's what viral fireworks. Yes, and I love when you're talking I just sit here. I'm going to get the hang of this. These camera angles stuff these days. I'll make it easy on this goal. He laid. It's just Ryan and I'm still. You guys are both crazy. Both Crazy Ryan. Supposed to keep is Andrea. When we first started this podcast, I was like okay. Calm down, relax. Quick Drying I. Realize I cannot. I can't wrestle that buddy. Buddy. All right. We'll tell us well the show on. It's going to be funded, so tell us about the show. Thanks for joining us live on facebook. And thanks for being on. Cast Hog cast outlets with this show, so if you missed the live, you can go to any podcast. Outlive out there. Apple I tunes stitcher. Apple to the same thing. Did your Google play? You name it? We're out there. We're just tell you Alexa play the business ritual. Yeah, people play it so they're. People I just took your storm I apologize i. told you to take it i. put the camera on you. Then I started talking I'm shutting up on. It's all you. Impossible. Who say who's the God speaking voice from the past? Who is that WHO des? Here's a voice in my head so I in the game. You know no A. Game, you know heard that one of the game of life they people. They play people's voices and. George? Oh Yeah, yeah. This is, your life is your life. This is your. Hobby this guy from the fast. Give me so much crap all the time to be great okay. Who We have on the show. So again. Thanks for joining us for the biggest show today's title. The show is the love harvests with Ron Haycock. And the Lakers took. That's right. The House today with us. Live Ron. And, so he moved. Fast. Fast Pictures I've ever had. So random peacock is a senior management accountant from pret- in fever. Just like saying that Pratt and low fever it makes me think of Saturday night fever. Bring her on. Oh. Via Newton John, yes, where we went on the show today. We're talking morale dreaming. Who by the way still looks beautiful, still gorgeous woman for sure amazing human being amazing voice. Did you see that thing where just a few years back her and Oh. Yes just a few years back her and John Travolta Sang. Disarm together as Good they. They can still knock it out yet. So Ronald Haycock is an accountant and a family man. It's. Fair assumption, that's a very good dissection. Ronald is the oldest of nine children, and it has been married to one woman for forty one years and have nine forty one women for one year. I think that was Typo forty one women. For one year time, wise woman for forty one years. I. Tell my wife. I've been married forty one time. Every year you celebrate. The. In fact, today's her birthday happy. Happy Birthday Comments Happy Birthday. Happy Birthday Mrs. Haycock is doing some special. Well actually she's sick today. We're GONNA celebrate when she feels better tomorrow or Monday yeah Monday tomorrow. Been married forty. What forty one years years didn't I say that I was just you're just playing with you. Know just continue to do this again, yes. Because it looks fun. We missed it. All right I Ronald is the oldest and have been married for with one woman for forty one years, and have nine children and eighteen grandchildren. You you. You were one of nine and you had nine and my wife is the youngest of eleven whoa jeepers. Nominee only child. My mom had seventeen brothers and sisters am not really an only child. Sell Teams Really Yeah Yeah. Teen. Are you from a polygamous rambling? No, no, they were in Wisconsin and just we're really cold. The word men or LDS rainy just cold, cold Wisconsin with last night at both my might, and they've all from my grandma and GRANDPA and. Yeah. There's a little flash their. Ryan gifted. Off of me. In you're talking anyway, yeah, they're eighteen gets well in a number to tell you what when when people find out that I have nine children. They always say to me, don't you guys have a TV in the house? But. We don't smoke sativa. What's after. there. YOU HEARD IT I. Don't. Were TV's. finished. We won't interrupt this. Always been self employed for thirty nine of the last forty six years has helped over seven hundred businesses get started currently sits on the board of three non profit charities and a member of the Byu. Management, society is the studied forensic auditing from the College of Forensic, Examiners Institute and as a member of the National Society of Accountants. Very, good go. Very good. To Yes wrong I'm grateful to have you guys bring me on. Fun. I've no bobby for a long time, and he's always giving me crap. Oh! Wait a minute. Gives who? We use the part of the same. Entrepreneur Group in and I always loved when I would present her something Ron would be there to make it spicy and fun because I get people to do stupid, crazy things and I'd have okay say. Without. Fail we get to? Ron, and he's like I'm not. GonNa do that Bobby. Because then this is why. We getting this debate in Froyo, so great I love your on. You know how much respect they have for you and I've loved that we can be like that and tell each other what we really think. The feelings mutual public who've been good friends for a long time. Soga. All Right what? How will you do this Ryan? What are we doing? Are we going to? What? We sure to get your B. G checklist yeah when I'm doing. Is that what you're showing went to the bio? So. We're awfully following the. Script because that is good to folly descript. here's the script Everybody out there. We really believe that the greatest business model in the world. If you want to grow your business and get more clients and have happy employees, happy customers focus on how much good can do. Focus on how you can be a good person that finds out the good things you can do for people that it's that simple. It's that easy now to help you along the way on Biz for good show dot com. That's B. I. Z.. The number four good show dot com right there on the front. There is a Biz for good checklist that. That we have created, and it's something that you can download to just Kinda give you a little bit of focus takes you through week after week where you can focus on a different project being good doing good and really believe that it will assist you in a business way or any way to have a little more success in your life, heck? Yeah? Cool yeah cool I like that, yeah! Yeah download the checklist actually is pretty darn cool. It is cool, yeah. Awesome as free. Free Oh. Yeh Is free. There are no strings attached it. It's absolutely hundred percent free and I'm really bummed. I thought I was going to get paid for this. Yeah, we can count on fingers. How much money we've made on this show right? Ryan L. Towards where you. Thank. You probably need them after this show's over some of the Chachis that we've been given by some guests about our payment, Chomsky's jetskis. Don't like that cool when we got with the Mike. Oh, yeah, tracing hazard. Shutout. Okay see we so folks. We have a little bit of a newer format, or this is a new far out that we just started, so it's a little. We're still trying to figure it out right. So be sure to follow was on. All of our social bargains me Twi- tight tweed heads the tweeter snakes. Does the instance Instagram Yin's? In the face of Perkins face bookings yet we're. We're on those three platforms. Pretty much some. Kind of you will see us postings right right right right so okay. Let's get to the deal we want to do we. WanNa put Ryan on the you're. Right now on Ron Ryan Ryan Ron O'Brien. That's not helping. Purses run Ryan Ron. Ryan Ronald Ryan on the show today Brian Reynolds. Dead Lear today. That's not true. You want to Google Challenge Oh. Lesson, the have some good news. Though for us, don't do we do okay. We're GONNA. Do this new segment where we're finding out some good news out there, guys, it's it's tough right now. There's a lot of crazy things in the world. Our heart goes out to so many amazing. Beautiful people that still are doing good things that are that are that are great human beings, guys I know the turmoil and everything going on, but there are still beautiful, wonderful good people in the world with that. Tell us about somebody. Or something well. So we're GONNA. Try and have people that are out in the spotlight, right? They're doing good being good kind of. Paying it forward sharing their stories right. So. This one is to Mr Rogers. I've heard of him, so his seem pretty good. kalisz limited. I would think that that that. There's not many people out there with as much love for the human race as Mister Rogers I mean. Don't you guys think that as far as love goes Mr Rogers kind of. A pit amazed that as a human being anything you've ever seen about if you've ever seen that that that movie that. Movie that just came out, we went and saw or just came out a while back. In the neighborhood or beautiful day I can't remember anyway. Beautiful Day in the neighborhood a beautiful day and Would you be mine could? This this this reporter goes to kind of find the dirt on Mr Rogers. That's the whole movie prince of the movies. He's going to see you know this guy. He can't be in this guy's lives fallen apart his wife's divorce all this stuff and Go there and Mister Rogers is is one hundred percent Mr Rogers. The same as he is on this show at any interviews, his wife she's like. This is exactly who he is. He is who he is, and the dude changes the guy's life and he got like a prize for writing artist. One of only articles he wrote that was actually positive about somebody anyway. Sorry. I took your Thunder Ryan Okay Man. It's called a show. Okay, so we're doing. WE'RE AMODU TO MR Rogers Roger Part of the topic of today's good news. you can actually posted on facebook. The link is comes from us, and the title is six acts of kindness. That will inspire you. You can go and check that out on Biz good show in the facebook feed. and basically Mr Rogers mother told him look for the helpers. You will always find people who are helping. During this time right now that we are facing with the with the George Floyd. And the protesters, these words have never meant so much. for these words from Mr Rogers mother look for the helpers. You'll always find people who are helping in this article that I have put a link on our show six acts of kindness. It will inspire you. I JUST WANNA. Put the link there and let you know that there are some amazing people doing amazing stuff right now during all of this turmoil. and. While some of the news is coming up. Protests have been overwhelming at times. It's important to celebrate the act of kindness and the displays of love being shared because like Mister Rogers said the helpers are always there. You Go. Thank you Ryan Awesome. Thank you so much, you bet you. All right folks. Charge on. We're going to charge on to talk with with the beautiful amazing. Ron. Haycock right now, so let's say we just started because we can throw this guy off. He's got too much to say. There's no way. He would tear Google to pieces. He would throw down on lessons in leadership. Let's get into it. Let's get. into it okay. Ron Welcome to the show. Thank you so much for being on the show. Let's ask the first question. What what is Biz for good mean to you? In my opinion, if you're in business, you're not just in business to make money. You're in business to help others to do so good to be a difference in the world. I mean? There's a lot out there and I. Call it the Law to harvest. Is it okay if we go through that? You WanNa. Do it later. Is there a good story that maybe inspired you to do. What? Yeah, this law, the harvest that. Maybe we'll talk about later. What? Why does that matter to you? Maybe earlier or winded being good and doing good, you see on my gosh. This person showed me the way or I realized if I'm this way. I move. Further I. have had several that had done that. Let me give you a specific story. Perfect. When when I returned home off of my lbs mission in Nineteen, seventy four, I purchased my first business for my mother. It was on the Fort Hall. Indian reservation in near Patillo. And so I had a small curio store there. You purchased the store from Yuma. A retail store it was, it was A. had. Choi starts things from the Indians had groceries and gasoline had laundromat I'd had an opportunity to do these things is there. Food! His between blackfoot and pocatello stopped there a lot. There's a there's a gestation used to be used. Yes, that was mine I stopped there. All the time got beef jerky. Used to be right at the very end of town towards black. Was the store that I had? We had a gas station had laundromat had a convenience store sold Indian curios all of those things. I knew I knew this place. That's cool well. I'M GONNA. Tell you what. I failed miserably. I. Down now it isn't there anymore. But. What happened was that I. Didn't have run. A business I had no clue. Twenty six years old. Donna had the world by the tail been very successful in the service been the very successful missionary You know what I'm saying grew up the oldest of nine children, so I had a lot of responsibility. But I failed miserably. And I remember one time 'cause I owned a horse, and his name was champ. Champ Champ wars and I and I own a horse, and there was a guy that was just up. The neighborhood had this big ranch up. There Really Nice Guy and. I was out of money. I didn't have any money. And and he gave me money and I said I can't take this I. can't this and he said Ron? I'm going to be nice to you. So the as you get more successful than life, you can be nice to others. Champ. My horse's name was champ. He was blind in the left eye, and I was the only one that could writing many didn't like taking people. Bareback I remember taking a bunch of I taught Indian seminary for the LDS Church. Didn't get paid for the whole volunteer. That's what I believe in volunteerism. And I took a bunch of Indian kids up writing me and I had this one young Indian boys about twelve years old on the back of my horses me. Champ didn't like that at all and boy he reared up like crazy, and this kid started falling off a reach back to grab him, and I'd let him down on. The ground and champ took off I was on the ground. And I had to chase him for three miles up in the hills to be able to getting back off. Champ. So, what did you do after the guy gave you money? I bought some gas from a car. 'cause I was out I was completely out and at that time. That's when I was getting ready to move. because I didn't have a place to live, and I moved to Utah in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy seven. That's stuck with that person's writing and giving you money, so you can go forward in life and and pay it forward. That's basically what he said. He says I'm going to be nice to you now and you remember it, so you will be nice to somebody else and help them, and you're going to have the opportunity. He said you take that opportunity when you have the opportunity state with scrapped became a part of your soul. That's correct. There's always time. Strike us that we can remember so specific Timisoara, that change our trajectory. And I've had plenty of those opportunities where somebody? Gave me some gas for my car. Yes, and was able to get home and the the those memories always. And so if we can do that for somebody else. I'm saying I don't like giving just handouts. Him saying but I. I want to know that the person that I am helping is benefiting from that and we'll do good for others. Awesome I love it. So what's our next? Oh, our next question then is according to our new format. Mistaken, yeah is. A law the harvest, so let's talk about that now. What what are you talking about? Law The harvest well. I'm a firm believer in that. An example. I I'm from Idaho raised in farming country, but had a huge gardens lived on some acreage with my family. Milk cows did all of the things that most Idaho people do? Right. But one of the things that I learned that was taught to while I was doing that. Is You take a garden and you plant a garden We like corn. And so I'll take kernel corn about that big and I'll plant. And I'll plant that corn, and then I'll Noushin, and it'll come up and when it comes up, it comes up this great, big six foot, tall stock, and it's probably got five or six good ears of corn that have at least one hundred kernels on it. Right The law of the harvest says as you so so shall you reap? And there's another one that says. Tasha bread upon the waters. It'll come back to seven fold. So if you can remember those two laws that work hand in hand. Business becomes more successful. The more you don't care whether you've got. You gotTA. Care to your successful, but your focus isn't just on making money. It's on helping people and helping others to come along. That's the whole point in the next. Forget you. That's our whole message. That's it right there is that the more you focus on the good that you can do? The more you'll grow the more you will become wealthy. The more money you will make, and it comes back to you what you plant you. You gain hundred times over how time and time again service anytime. We've done service or done things I just overwhelmed with with the Plethora of goodness. Goodness stuff I get back from so you and I be together work with group called Entrepreneur launch for several years right and I helped a lot of businesses gave them free advice worked with getting. We did all the time, and that was, and we didn't care whether or not we got paid. Our goal was to help. Other businesses get started and become successful as much as we could. I've done that, too hundreds of businesses over the last thirty five years and I. think that that's the whole idea is is to help these kids and get them going so I'm right now. I'm I'm on the Program Advisory Board for Stephen, Senator College in. Orem do the same thing. Try to do the the curriculum that will help them out. Meet with the entrepreneurs helped him. Don't be afraid to give something for free. Absolutely so true, and and it always will come back. I know you and me. We've known each other Donald six years five or six years, five or six years, and we, we then together talked about and helped. Entrepreneurs did all this stuff, but we never really worked together. Until very recently, we we actually done some business dealings together. That's great, and we know like and trust each other, and that's why we are because we've had this relationship, and we both have that same philosophy, and that's the big thing about business when you get the slick willy guys that are super. Slick and they got the they got. Everything figured out with in this day and age. We all know that yes, that scam I don't WanNa be a part of it. Though you get to know like an actually trust people. Then you'll do business with them. If I could just get. You have a better sense of humor. You'd be so much better. Listen. Yes. That's right. Yeah. Okay I work our. Our. Our Day keeps the Doctor Away Oh. Is that what is? Apple. Apple. Well. You've heard the story about the apples, don't ya? Know Protein. Janis Stat saw guy coming up. The street started throwing apples at him. And said what are you doing that? The doctor an apple a day keeps the doctor away. was throwing the apple and the doctor. Dr. Hey Ryan GonNa. Ask Rana Question I. have several questions and I have several inches. I'm going to throw a different question other than one. I'm. Going off script. How how did you get an involves accounting? I've always wanted to be in business When I was eighteen, I graduated from high school when I was eighteen I was one of the older students in high school, and and I had an opportunity to go back east to Hotel Management School I was accepted to go back, and and and actually have a scholarship to go there. And it was right then that my folks got a divorce. In in my medicine Ron, would you please stay a little closer at home? So, I said Okay and I went to live with wonderful call with one of her cousins in twin falls and went to business college. And I never liked math. I, didn't I was terrible math in high school? Terrible stroke spoken like a true account. You know you you understand the counting on the science. It's an art. Out to talk with you for. It. So I went to this business school. And one of the professors, they're taught me some tricks about how to use my mind, and and ask things up in the hit my head, and do all sorts of different things with mathematics. Just in my head without writing it on, I thought this is cool. This is really cool, so it clicked. Yeah, wow, and so I did that and liked doing that and moved to Salt Lake got a draft notice and the rest of its history. And then they gave you a gun instead go well yet. They gave it to me all right just about shot him. Back. It turned out though you didn't actually go. Well, you ended up in Japan. Here, for several years, actually what happened was is that I got my draft notice and went back tried to act like I had flat feet. They wouldn't accept it. Try to act like I had. Bad eyesight they wouldn't accept that. Seriously I can't see any. Kids again see what does that say it's a? One it's. They said you can expect to be drafted the two weeks and I said. GonNa go that quickly, so I went and looked at everything. The Air Force had waiting list. My Dad was in the Navy I didn't I didn't want to be in water. All my life so I, joined the Marine Corps. Yeah, that's the easy. Join them read that the simple services such as those guys aren't. They. Don't go through hardly any so I joined the Marine Corps. They gave me an aviation guarantee. That sounds good. They gave me four months so I went I went. On what they call inactive reserves in October of nineteen, sixty, seven in March, nineteen, Sixty, eight, I became active active and joined went to boot camp. They didn't give me. My guarantee sent me to training to go to Vietnam. And I was talking to a friend of mine who was in the in the army at the time staff sergeant, and he said me the marines. You're going to sue him for breach of contract so I did. I went back and told the legal department is suing for breach of contract. They said you can't sue the Marine Corps and I said look at my contract. You didn't try to keep your promise. He said I'll fix this one week before my company got shipped to Vietnam I got pulled out. Sit Back to school, hated it. So I got back into my rigid documentation and and stayed in San, Diego for two years actually became a chaplain's assistant Oh they sent me as chaplain's assistant and then. After two years of being at San, Diego they sent me to Japan and became the public relations NCO Japan, so I put on parades and put on shows and. Stars and Stripes and and You ran around with the brass and was taken in cars with ambassadors. So so. I wrote stories about people coming from Vietnam. I learned the war secondhand. I heard all of those stories. I wrote those stories. I don't even like watching this stuff on. TV rang interesting. Even more interesting in this. It gets even better know Ron so. This is. The service and you decide to do a mission for the. LDS Church I ask you where I got called from. What are the LDS, missions in? In Tokyo to become LDS missionary to Japan. So after he gets out of the Military Vardi spent. How many years in Japan to do then they say hey. How about you come back I did and for for the thirty days later thirty days later started. My mission went back to Japan for three years. Four years. Wow. Wow before ages, so I spent four years in Japan. Speak the language still have done a lot of translating actually translated for the LDS general conference three years when I got home. Wow, I was his thing and if you didn't want to go to the navy that changed everything right you have. Literally you did I don't want to be in water boom. This whole new adventure that that was my dad he. was his in Korea, but he he he he was going to be arrested. They came to find him because he didn't sign up for the draft, but my dad was. He lived on the streets he was. He didn't know he didn't even know what a draft was. And, so he's like. What are you talking about? You don't need to arrest me. I'll do whatever you want, so they say we gotta sign up for the draft. And he just went and joined us win and went in the service, and he took a test. He only had a ninth grade education, but he he he did so high on the test. They said Hey. There's a new branch called the Air Force. Would you be interested in in the course of my brothers raw army? They were in World War. Two I thought I was going to go in the army and I'm like I don't care sure. Yup Air Force sure so he spent his time in in. Portugal! Oh, wow, that's cool. Yeah, well. I'll tell you one thing. The Marine Corps it's food is lousy. It's probably the worst of all food services. Right that's therefore it smooth was. Whole air. Force for food was good. I went to dinner at the officers club. I don't know how many times and we'd have. Airman come out with quite towels over their arms. Bring us food, chateaubriand all I mean. Well I eight with a with colonels, and in other army officer Arcus. A different. Kinds, DIF- different service branches. Google yeah I guess you know. What if you feed them hurrying? Curly banning pissed off. I think I got? I've eaten field food. I've been out there I've eaten. There's some words we will call it that I won't repeat here. On a shingle. all sorts of different things and I've eaten in those. Field exercises way to the bottom of the hills to go charging the hill with the rifle shooting different things. So we like to ask. Our last question. For you so far listeners. Is there something that you could give them a gold nugget that they could use in their life or something? Call to action that you could give them to to go out and do to have a better life six more successful business. In. In my regular life, I like John Wayne. I really like John Wayne. Yesterday. My youngest daughter Marian Martin Marian. See what? What's his name William? Mary? Mary Morrison. Born, may twenty six. Just so you know I'm my birthday. Birthday. Happy Birthday almost of back a couple of previously. John Wayne Sang so anyway. My second daughter brought me a father's Day gift and she says I am giving you father's Day Gift I. Know What three weeks already. But I'm going to give it to you, too. Can I can't wait to give it to you, so she brings me this picture. That's really an old picture and I mean old. They can tell it. It was A. Very old. It's been been. Wrinkled at the edges and plastered on this board and Stephen, a little bit pockmark Scott John Wayne's face in it, and it says courage is in even though you're scared to death saddling up anyway. And I think that there's too many people especially those in business that are afraid to pull the trigger. If you're going to be in business, you can't be afraid you plan it out. You can be afraid, but you gotta get on the Horse Anyway. That's right. You get in the Saudi. You can't be off because I'M GONNA. Tell you in my opinion. The people that are afraid to make decisions will never be successful in business. You've got. We talk about it over and over again that the secret to success is just not quitting. You just can't quit now. You can pivot and do different things, but that the secret is eventually. You'RE GONNA. You're GONNA get somewhere. They can't quit and you're afraid to push the button. Then, you're never gonNA get paid. You can't let others discourage you who I think. Sometimes, the worst people for a business entrepreneur is their own family. The people that are closest to them, sometimes giving them the support that they need to have. That's one of the things. I'm grateful with my wife. It took her forty years to figure out how to be an entrepreneur wife, but she's been there and and suffered, and we've had to live on tight budgets we to live on. And with nine children, you know what I'm saying. It took us a lot, but you've got to have the support. Yeah, that's true. My my my wife was her parents were schoolteachers, and they just worked hard, and that was how's life and and she married me and you know I come home every day with a new idea, New Vision of businesses. Oh my gosh, please don't quickly day job. Please please don't. But luckily you know after getting laid off and tripling my income in a business. Yes, she realized Oh. Okay? Maybe maybe this entrepreneur thing is your deal, and it's what you're supposed to do. And she's one hundred percent behind me now. She actually helps other entrepreneurship. Me Failed. She'd Miss Succeed. You know what I'm saying, but you've got to have that support, so you got to have the people behind him. I! Think there's two. Traits that I like about entrepreneurs, bobby and this is things I really like about you. I've seen come and go and do different things, and it's great, but there's to to traits that I really like especially a new. One is. Persistence. You got to have persistence in business. You can't Click Yep, slowly right, and that's the other thing patients. Building a business doesn't come all at one time. It doesn't in if you're expecting to make a living in, quit your day job next month. You're you're going to have a rude awakening unfortunately, and I'm really concerned about the small business owners to think that they have to borrow money or get an investor to come in. I don't know if I've most of them just can't bootstrap it. Learn how to live on a budget yet. The only reason you should get money because you're growing so fast that you can't keep up with the growth with how much revenue you're bringing in. That's the only time. Time. I feel that you should you should. You should need money from somebody else. Well I am. They'll run to you to give money. If you're in that situation and I agree with that. Our company's been in business now for twelve years. We have never borrowed money. I've never borrowed money from any of the businesses that I've had and tell this year because we're growing so fast. We need to do it so I went and got an SBA loan. got a pretty easily because the economic stuff going on. And, so the SBA was willing to help me gave me a great loan. Do not need money to make money. But. You need money to scale. Yes, to grow. Yes, but but people. People don't think they needed all right now, so they need to build this big giant. Thank you, guys. An idea is worth zero dollars. Action is worth is where the money's is. You've got to take action and few build an MVP that is something that they look at it and see and have then. People can get. Our businesses is built to help the small entrepreneur. We want to take the throwaway business that nobody else will help, but what we always tell them as you need to have your vision. But. You can't build your mansion until you I build your log cabin. Wisdom of Ron, the the the words of wisdom from Ron Haycock every. Ron Thank you so much being on the show, it's been a pleasure being an acquaintance and friend I consider you a friend for these many years with we've known each other and I've done not quite as long, but you know pretty close somewhere in the background. And and I love our our our banter back and forth. We have so much fun when we when we get together and I appreciate you I appreciate your mind, your thought, process and everything that you do and I. Know Your Heart says everything that you care about people, so thank you. Thank you for the Opportunity Ryan you, too. Thank you very much, you betcha. Brian. So, we always in the show with the HASHTAG. Be Good. Do Good. We do it three times. We get louder on the third time as we say. which is cool, crazy, cool trees! Ready for this Ryan Ryan Ron. It's going to get a little to do it. Only if you want to. But but it's our favorite thing, so we like it if you will man. All right here we go hashtag bleeding. Do good hat. Good. Grab! Thank you for listening to the for good show podcast. We WanNA. Thank all our fans and guests on the show. Be sure to check us out on all social media, platforms, facebook, twitter and instagram. For your host Bobby Glenn James and Ryan Pilkington. 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The Teen Who Ordered a Hit on Her Mother

Murder and Mystery in the Last Frontier

38:01 min | 1 year ago

The Teen Who Ordered a Hit on Her Mother

"From the Wilderness of Kodiak Island Alaska. This is murder and mystery in the last frontier. With your host Robin Bear field in a land full of peril and vicious animals. Humans are the most dangerous predators of all. Unfortunately children do kill their fathers and mothers. It occurs it's rare but it occurs. Welcome to murder mystery in the last frontier. I'm your host Robin Fairfield. And I'm broadcasting from the heart of the Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge on Kodiak Island in Alaska. Most teenagers fight with her parents and during a heated argument. Some kids might even scream. I hate you at their mother or father. But such disagreements signal normal growing pains few teens order a hit on a parent simply because the child feels appearance too. Strict mattress side. The killing of one's mother is uncommon a mattress. I'd buy a girl under the age of eighteen is extremely rare of the few cases in recent history. Where girl under the age of eighteen killed her mother. The offender either had been abused by her mother or the killer exhibited extremely antisocial behavior despite which he told her friends. Rachelle Waterman was neither abused nor antisocial. She appeared to be normal high-achieving junior in high school. Rachelle sang the school choir and played on the volleyball team. Residents of Craig. Alaska adored. Rochelle's mother Laurie. Who was active in her church? Worked as a teacher's aide and was always the first volunteer to help with any community function. Bre shells father. Carl Doc. Waterman was a well liked successful. Real Estate Agent Craig. Not only was Laurie. Waterman an unlikely murder victim but Craig Alaska seems like the last place. Such a crime would occur. Craig with a population of fifteen hundred. Residents is the largest town on Prince of Wales Island in southeastern Alaska. Craig's a small close knit community in an idyllic setting but like every other town on the planet. Craig is not immune to violent crime in nineteen eighty two. The worst mass murder in recent history in Alaska occurred on the F V investor at fifty eight foot commercial fishing boat tied to the dock and Craig. The massacre still haunts the residents of Craig because no one was ever convicted of the crime and now again in two thousand four a second horrible murder impacted this small town on Sunday November fourteenth. Two Thousand Four Alaska State Trooper. Bob Claus received a call from a deer. Hunter who had been hunting in a remote area of Prince of Wales Island. The Hunter said he not smoke on the side of a cliff and since he knew. There were no homes or cabins in the area. He investigated the cause of the smoke and bounded van. That apparently had tumbled off the road and was pinned against a log. The van was partially burned. And when the Hunter peered through a broken window he saw skull resting beside blackened human torso on the back seat of the van. The body was so badly burned. He couldn't tell if it was a man woman or child. When Trooper Klaus reached the ban? He knew this was a murder scene. How else could you explain a charred corpse on the back seat of a vehicle? He immediately called his supervising. Lieutenant in catch can and requested help with the investigation of a likely amish side. He needed a crime. Scene technician a fire investigator and a homicide investigator. These specialists would arrive the following morning. So in the meantime Klaus and a wildlife trooper guarded the crime scene and Klaus called the police in Craig and ask them to notify him. If anyone on the island was reported missing at nine forty five pm the Craig. Police Department dispatcher called Klaus to inform him real estate broker doc. Waterman had just reported his forty year old wife Lori and a purple minivan missing. Laurie wasn't home. In Doc returned at three thirty pm from a weekend business trip to Juno and is concerned deepened with every passing hour. Laurie did not return when she still wasn't home by night he decided to call the police. The new stunned Claus was Laurie. Waterman the burned corpse in the van. The Waterman and Klaus families were friends and Wasserman's daughter was shell and her older brother. Geoffrey had attended elementary school with classes. Two daughters classes wife was a schoolteacher in Craig. Laurie Waterman worked as teachers. Egg and DOC. Waterman was the president of the school board. Klaus Call Doc. Waterman and doc explained. He had been in Juneau for the weekend at a girl Scout Council meeting and Michelle had spent the weekend in Anchorage at volleyball tournament. Since Jeffrey was away at College Laurie had spent the weekend alone at their house. Doc said he tried to call his wife several times on Sunday but she never answered the phone he and Rochelle both returned to Craig at nearly the same time and when they arrived home. Laurie and her van were missing from their home. Since doc didn't see Laurie's purse. Where she usually kept it. He assumed she must be running errands and would be home soon. The previous night Lori had volunteered to help with the Chamber of Commerce. Dinner and doc thought she now might be assisting with the cleanup from the event in the kitchen of their house. Doc found an empty wine bottle on the counter and since Laurie rarely ever drank alcohol he found the presence of the wine bottle. Curious in the master bedroom doc noticed the bed was UNMADE and. Laurie always made the bed. First thing in the morning in the bathroom he found his wife's wedding ring set and he said while she often took off her rings before going to bed. She always wore them when she left. The House. Still Doc wasn't too worried about his wife and he believed when she returned home she would be able to explain her unusual behavior as the hours passed and she didn't return though his concern turned to fear and dread dot called friends and neighbors to ask about Lori and they told him they had seen Lori on Saturday night at the Chamber of Commerce dinner but no one remembered seeing her after she left the event trooper class new. The corpse in the burned out van must be Lori Waterman. The weren't mini mini vans on Prince of Wales Island and no one else had been reported missing but since neither the remains nor the van had been officially identified. Klaus refrained from telling Doc Waterman about the wreckage as Klaus guarded the van while he waited for the other investigators to arrive. He wondered who would wanNA kill Sweet Lori Waterman in most investigations. The husband is the first suspect. But Doc Waterman had been two hundred and twenty miles away in Juneau for the weekend lorries. Children were also both gone that weekend. Her Son Jeffrey attended college in Washington State and her daughter. Rachelle had been at a volleyball tournament in Anchorage over the weekend who on their sparsely populated island would want to kill Lori. Waterman Monday morning. Homicide Investigator Sergeant. Randy mcferrin a deputy fire marshal and a crime scene tech arrived at the scene of the homicide. The Fire Marshal determined the blaze started in the back seat of the van. And most of the flame state inside the van. The thorax the pelvic girdle the leg bones above the knees and the large arm bones were all that remained of the body. The skull was also intact but very brittle do the high temperature of the fire followed by rapid cooling from the near freezing ambient temperature. Investigators found several teeth in ashes of the van. The Fire Marshal noted the center of gasoline in the Rock and soil samples. He collected to be analyzed Sergey. Mcbarron found then the vehicle identification number tag in the wreckage. Klaus called the DMV and confirmed the van was registered to Carl and Lori Waterman. Chief see with the Craig. Police Department volunteered to deliver the bad news to Dock Waterman. On the morning of Monday November Fifteenth Rachelle Waterman went to school rather than stay home and worry about her missing mother. Rachelle was a good student and a talented singer and athlete. She was popular with her peers but over the past year she had changed. She began wearing all black clothes and polly's tornadoes black. She still spent time with her girlfriends at school. But over the past summer she'd taken a job at a computer store and started hanging out with a new circle of friends including two men in their twenties. These friends shared an interest in video games and the fantasy role playing game dungeons and dragons. Even after the computer store went out of Business Rachelle continued to spend time with the dungeons and dragons crowd. Rochelle's behavior at school on Monday. Morning seemed understandably odd for teenage girl. Whose mother was missing students reported the Rachelle remain quiet and Sullen most of the day but then she casually asked one of her friends if she had seen her mother all the kids had heard about the burned out. Van and knew the corpse found in the back was probably Rochelle's mother. Rochelle told at least one friend. She feared her mother had died in a drunk driving accident citing as evidence the empty wine bottle. Rachelle and her father found when they returned home on Sunday when several friends gave her a sympathy card for the loss of her mother. Rachelle lost control. The secretary of the high school called dawn pierce a friend and neighbour of the watermelons and a special education teacher. Don came to the office and told Rachelle he wanted to take her home. But Michelle said. She couldn't leave with him because her friend. Jason Aurant was coming to the school to be with her pierce new. Jason was one of the shelves friends from the computer store. Jason was a heavyset man in his mid twenties. Who worked as a janitor at the school and claw walk another town on the island. Jason had a reputation as a washout who still lived with his parents and spent his time playing video games. Anne Pierce New Lori. Waterman was not happy when Rachelle started spending time with Jason. When Jason arrived at the school he told piers he would take care of Rochelle but Pearce said police chief see wanted to talk to Rochelle and her father at home and he would drive her to her house s Pearson. Rachelle walked out of the school. Jason ran after them yelling at peers but pierce ignored him. Jason Followed Pearson was sheltered the Waterman home and tried to follow Rachelle into the house. Though when chief see arrived he told Jason to leave. And Jason finally complied. Chief see wasted. No time breaking the news to dock and Rachelle telling them the burned out vehicle was lorries van. He explained they had not identified the remains yet but he thought Lori was probably dead. Experts would compare lorries dental records to the teeth found in the van to confirm the identification. Doc Waterman listened calmly to what chief see said and then ask the police chief to follow him upstairs. Doc pointed out blood on the bedsheets. In the master bedroom and showed see the items. He'd found tangled in the blankets including what looked to see like the tip of a finger of a rubber glove and five long fiber from a rope. Chief see suddenly realized. The house was a crime scene and he told DOC and Rachelle they would have to temporarily move out of the house until crime scene techs could comb the premises dock and Rachelle pack some clothes and went to stay next door at the home of Don and Lorraine Pierce investigators believed Lori. Waterman was abducted from her home sometime after ten pm Saturday night which he left the Chamber of Commerce dinner and before early Sunday morning. When doc tried to phone or at home the blood on the sheets. The rubber gloves tip and the piece of rope all suggested an intruder had entered the house in the middle of the night. When Laurie was asleep the intruder either murdered Lori in the House or abducted her and killed her later. Rachelle told police. She last spoke to her mother on the telephone around four. Pm on Saturday. She said she and her mother had a good conversation and her mother seemed happy. Rochelle admitted she sometimes argued with her mother and said her mom did not like her hanging around with the much older. Jason Errant a Forensic Odin tallest in Anchorage. Compared the jaw and teeth found in the van to dental x rays of Laurie? Wasserman's teeth and conclusively identified the corpse as Laurie Waterman. Let me take a short break from the story. The puzzle game best means is a sponsor for this podcast and I would like to thank them and tell you a little about best veins. I love this game. It is bright with adorable insect characters at Bonn. First glance you might think it's a children's game but while it is appropriate for any age best fiends is made for adults and as you progress. The puzzles become more challenging requiring you to use strategy in order to solve each level. Luckily my husband plays best fiends too so when I scream. Ugh I'm out of moves and I only had one slug left. He understands and sympathizes. I recently flew out to our lodge on a windy day and five minutes into the bumpy flew plane trip. I wished I'd left my telephone in my pocket so I could play best means to take my mind off the turbulence while we soared over the mountains of Kodiak Island one of the things I appreciate about this game. Is you download it and play it off line so you can play it on a plane even a floatplane over the Wilderness of Alaska? I am currently on Level One forty one best fiends and I do my best to help my little insect pals battle slugs engage your brain with fun puzzles and collect tons of cute characters. Trust me with over one hundred million downloads. This five star rated mobile puzzle game is a must play download. Best means free on the apple APP store or Google play. That's friends without the our best fiends trooper. Bob Klaus New the Waterman family well and he knew. Laurie had been unhappy. When Rachelle began dating Jason Iran during the Summer Rachelle hung out with Jason at the computer store where she worked. Jason was best friends with her boss. Brian rebel and Jason spent much of his time at the computer store. Playing video games from the beginning of the investigation. Clough suspected Iran had something to do with the murder of Lori. Waterman Rachelle began dating Jason during the summer but once school started they were rarely seen together and many around town assumed. Rachelle head come to her senses and had broken up with the older man. Both Jason and his friend Bryan rebel were big men at the time of Lori Waterman murder. Brian stood six foot five inches tall and weighed two hundred eighty pounds. And Jason also weighed well over two hundred pounds when trooper. Klaus began to suspect. Jason might be involved in lorries murder. He wondered if Jason's Buddy Brian also had participated in crime. The two big men easily could have subdued and abducted the much smaller Lori. Waterman troopers question Jason Iran and Brian rebel. Jason told them he and Rachelle had dated for a while but they broke up because Rochelle's parents were not happy about their relationship. Jason and Brian both claimed they were together. A Brian's house drinking all night on Saturday November thirteenth when someone abducted and murdered Lori Waterman at seven thirty PM on November seventeenth. Sergeant Randy mcferrin and troopers Bob Klaus and Dan more arrived at the Waterman House to again interview. Doc and Rachelle. Mcferrin told DOC he would like for. Deign to stay at the house to interview doc while he and Klaus took Rochelle to the police station for an interview. Doc readily gave mcferrin permission to talk to Rachelle without him. Present and Rachelle went willingly with the troopers to the police station since Rachelle was sixteen years. Old The troopers did not technically need her father's permission to interviewer but McPherson hoped the by asking her father for consent he would ease. Docs mind and keep him from calling a lawyer to accompany. Were shelter the station once. The officers reached police headquarters. They took richelle to an interrogation room and videotaped her interview mcfee. You're on began by asking Rochelle about her mom and the easy questions seem to relax. Rachelle mcferrin asked Rachelle about her relationship with Jason Rant. But she said they were only friends. She said her mother did not like her hanging out with Jason and she agreed with her mother and began spending less time with him. Mcferrin suspected Rachelle was being less than truthful with him about her relationships with her mother and Jason but he moved on to another topic a while. Later mcferrin reminded Rachelle of her rights and said she could end the interview at any point he then told. Rochelle he thought Jason Aurant might be responsible for her mother's death and he again asked Rachelle about her relationship with Jason and told her he needed to know the details of their relationship. They asked her if she'd ever had sex with. Jason Ron O'Brien Redel. She said she had done nothing. More than kissed Jason Cheek. Mcferrin lied to Rachelle and told her. Both Jason and Brian claimed they'd had sex with her. Rachelle initially denied the claims but as the questioning grew more intense. She finally admitted to having sex with Jason several times during the summer and once with Brian Redel the previous Spring mcvean then asked Rochelle if she ever said to Jason or Brian About Bite. She'd had with her mother. She said she might have mentioned being mad at her mother a few times. And she told Jason her mother sometimes hit her but she claims she never told Jason or Brian. Anything to make them want to kill her mother and she said she did not believe either man would want to harm her mom as mcferrin and Klaus Prester Rachelle finally admitted she and her mother frequently argued about her clothes her choice boyfriends and her recent interest in Wicca a religion. Some believed to be related to witchcraft. Rachelle set. Her mother hit her legs with a baseball bat and once tried to push. Rachelle down the stairs. Rachelle also claimed. Her mother threatened her with a knife. Rachelle confessed. She had reported these incidents to Jason Rant. And Brian Rebel Feron and Klaus believed Rachelle was trying to portray herself as the innocent victim of an abusive mother. Rachelle seemed to suggest that if a ront and rebel killed her mother to protect Rachelle for more beatings. The murder was their idea and she had nothing to do with it. The troopers did not believe in Rochelle's innocence. They thought she do sex to manipulate the older men into killing her mother for her. The troopers interviewed. Rochelle's other friends including past boyfriends. Some said Rachelle also told them. Her mother abused her but none believed Rochelle's claims and said Rachelle was prone to exaggeration. Doc Waterman flatly denied. Laurie had abused Rachelle. He said sometimes argued but Lori. Never got physical. The murder of Lori Waterman made national news when reporters discovered Rechelle had been blogging about her life for the past two years in two thousand four blogging was in its infancy and although teenagers around the world embraced the idea of writing an online journal to share their thoughts habits and lives with total strangers. Most parents remained unaware of what their children did on their computers. The Waterman case and Rochelle's blog alerted the media and this small town murder case spawned waves. Which rippled far beyond the shores of Prince of Wales Island Rachelle? Waterman loved blog and didn't censor feelings about her family or her town. She titled Her Blog. My crappy life and referred to Craig as Hell Alaska. She candidly discussed sex. Used Profanity described arguments with her parents and her disdain. For Her community her last entry in the blog on Wednesday November eighteenth two thousand four shocked not only Craig Alaska but the entire country and caused many residents in Craig to suspect. Rachelle had ordered her. Mother's murder Rachelle wrote just to let everyone know my mother was murdered. I won't have computer access and tell the weekend or so because the police took my computer to go through the hard drive. I think everyone for their thoughts in emails. I hope to talk to you when I get my computer back. Five thousand people commented on Rochelle's post and people in Craig were stunned when the blog came to their attention. Rachelle casually mentioned her mother's murder as the reason why she would not have access to her computer for the next few days. Sergeant mcferrin soon crack Jason Ront in his third interview. Jason said his friend Brian rebel killed Lori Waterman but Jason insisted he knew nothing about the murder until it was over. Jason said Rachelle was not involved in the murder of her mother. When mcferrin and Klaus Interview Jason Again later the same night. He admitted he was part of the murder pot. Rachelle told Jason. Her mother was abusing her and Shell also mentioned she and her dad would be out of town for the weekend. Jason said he was in love with Rachelle and couldn't bear to think of her enduring more abuse. He said the opportunity presented itself and he asked his friend Brian to murder Lori Waterman. Brian agreed to do the murder because he did not think. Jason had what it took to kill another human being when investigators arrested Brian. Redel he told mcferrin and Klaus he planned to plead guilty and he was willing to make a full statement on video explaining in detail how he kidnapped and killed Lori Waterman. Brian said he broke into the WASSERMAN'S GARAGE. At twelve thirty. Am on Sunday November fourteenth. He entered the house and climb the stairs to the top level where he saw Laurie Asleep in her master bedroom. He hovered outside her bedroom until three am and then decided to act. He approached the bed. Put a cloth over lorries mouth and pender to the bed. He duct taped the cloth your mouth and made Laurie change from her nightgown into street clothes. Rebel set his original. Plan was to make Laura's death look like a drunk driving accident so he took her downstairs opened a bottle of wine and told her to drink the entire bottle. Laurie meekly complied. He then took the keys to lorries minivan from her purse and told her to lie on the back seat of the van. He bound her legs and feet so she couldn't move and then drove for an hour to a secluded area of the island. He took Laurie out of the van and set her down on the gravel on her knees. He hoped to break her neck. Put her back in the van and said the ban over the edge of the cliff making it look as if she broke her neck in the crash he said he tried to break her neck with his bare hands but although he heard a crack she was still breathing next. He pummeled her neck with a flashlight but still she did not die so he covered her mouth with the cloth and pinched her nose until she stopped breathing. Brian said during this salt. Laurie never resisted or screened. She just kept repeating the words. Can I ask you a question? Brian asked her what the question was but she just repeated. Can I ask you a question? Once she was dead. Brian put Laurie back in the vehicle and drove the minivan to the edge of a cliff. Doubts Laurie and the vehicle with gasoline and set it on fire. The mini vans lead partially down the embankment. Brian's Jason was not with him until the very end when he set the van on fire he claimed Jason took no part in the murder and said Shell was unaware of the murder plan. Mcferrin and Klaus did not believe Brian Redel. When he said Jason and Rachelle were not involved in the murder they thought Bryan was trying to protect his friends. Mcferrin and Klaus Interview Jason. Again and convinced him. Rochelle had lied to him about being abused. Mcferrin Toll Jason. He believed Rochelle asked him to kill her mother and he listed Bryant rebels help. Jason finally caved and admitted. Rachelle told him she wanted her mother dead. He said she called him before. She left for Anchorage to go to the volleyball tournament and asked Jason if he and Bryan were all set. She called Jason again when she arrived home and found her mother missing and he said he told her it was done. Jason told mcferrin and Klaus that he and Brian tried to kill Laurie one other time their plan then had been to gun down. Laurie after she dropped off. Rachelle for volleyball practice but when Brian experienced problems with his gun they were forced to abort the plan after the plan failed. Jason said he emailed Shell and told her they had to cancel the hunting trip but promised they would try again Jason confessed. He lied when he claimed he met up with Brian. After Lori was dead. He now said he joined Brian when Laurie was still bound in the back of the van. Jason Repeated Brian Sickening Story of lorries. Murder and Jason said at one point. He told Laurie she would never hurt. Rachelle again investigators knew the case against Rachelle. Waterman was weak so they decided to interview her one more time. Rachelle willingly accompanying Feron and Sergeant Habib to the police station mcferrin Red Rachelle Miranda rights and asked Rachelle if she understood her rights and knew she could have her father present for the questioning. Rachelle said she wanted to talk to the investigators without her father or lawyer. Present mcferrin told Rachelle both Jason and Brian admitted to killing her mother and he said both men implicated her in the plot. This last statement was not true. Jason said Rachelle had asked him to kill her mother but Brian Redel steadfastly maintained. Rachelle had nothing to do with the plan mcferrin and Habib when it Rachelle hard for two and one half hours and finally. She admitted she'd asked the two men to kill her mother but she said they told her nothing about the plot. She suspected the murder would happen when she was at the State Volleyball Tournament. And her father was in Juno. But neither Jason nor Brian shared any details of their plan with her. Investigators arrested Rachelle Waterman and her bail was said at one hundred and fifty thousand dollars since her father could not raise the money. Ray Shell stayed in prison until her. Trial Jason Arnott and Brian rebel also remained incarcerated on Wednesday June. Eighth Two thousand five. Brian rebel pleaded guilty to first degree murder. He was sentenced to a maximum of ninety nine years in prison. But with time off for good behavior he could be released in thirty three years. Jason also pleaded guilty to first degree murder but since he did not commit the actual murder of Lori Waterman. His sentence was capped at fifty years making him eligible for parole in sixteen years. Due to the notoriety of the Laurie Waterman case the judge decided a fair trial for Rachelle could not be held in either Craig or nearby Ketchikan and the trial was moved to Juneau. Jury selection began on Monday January. Twenty third two thousand six. Both Brian rebel and Jason. Ron Testified Shells Trial Brian stated. Jason asked him to kill Lori and while Brian acknowledged rechelle often complained about her mother abusing her he stated. She never asked him to kill her mother. Jason Testified Rachelle told him she wanted her mother dead and he said the two of them talked about various murder plots. He said when she knew she would be an anchorage and her father would be Juno for the weekend. She called Jason and told him it would be a good weakened to carry out the plan when we shall call Jason After. She returned home from Anchorage and found her mother. And the minivan missing. Jason said Rachelle was disappointed to hear they destroy the mini van. Because now she would not be able to inherit it. Jason said he asked Rochelle to wipe down the hand railing on the stairs and the DOORKNOB Center House in case Brian missed anything and Rachelle agreed to do it. Rochelle's defense attorney hammered mcferrin for his tough interrogation of a sixteen year old girl and then a psychologist hired by the defense testified. Rachelle was immature for her age and did not fully understand her Miranda rights. The psychologists said mcferrin intimidated richelle and she was afraid to ask her father this characterization of Shell as a naive child did not match. The Smart Mouthed Intelligent self-assured Young Woman. Mcferrin remembered questioning. Rochelle's attorney portrayed her as a normal teenager who complained to her friends about her mom in his closing statement. Her attorney stated Rochelle loved. Her Mother did not want her dead. He maintained the real villain was Jason. Errant he said Jason was angry because Lori. Waterman did not want her daughter to date him. So Jason convinced his friend Brian to murder Laurie. Rechelle Waterman chose not to testify on Tuesday February fourteenth. Two thousand six. The jury in the Rachelle Wasserman case sent a note to the judge saying they could not reach a unanimous verdict and the judge was forced to declare a mistrial tenders. Believed Rochelle was not guilty while to believe she was guilty. Rachelle was released on reduce bail on January twenty four. Th Two Thousand Eleven Rachelle. Waterman was retried for the murder of her mother in the intervening years. She had attended college in Florida as far away from Craig the town she wants dubbed Hell Alaska as she could get the second trial. Took place in Anchorage. This time. The jury returned a unanimous verdict. Rachelle was acquitted of murder but found guilty of criminally negligent homicide. The jury determined Rachelle was so negligent and had deviated so far from what a reasonable person would have done. She caused her mother's murder. Rachelle was sentenced to three years in prison and is now a free woman. Thank you for listening. If you enjoy this podcast and would like to support it. 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VibeKill, A Perfect Mix of Vibes and Killing It In Rapping

Rap It Out

35:44 min | 4 months ago

VibeKill, A Perfect Mix of Vibes and Killing It In Rapping

"Hey everybody it's good to see you all again. This segment is just to candlelight. You guys know what is going on episode. So in this episode there is a situation Towards the and or anywhere in this episode there is a blank the me. There's no sound coming in the episode and you might think is your hall. That is my fault. You can blame me. Say it was my fault. Because that is editing problem. And that's because of recording recording for them at us if that happens to be in the in the episode events in it Where you need to do is just disregarded. don't worry about it. continues leg. That rig considering like a break considerate lake. We're taking a five minute break. Ferret like that so we now no need to worry. Sure you guys enjoyed the episode enjoy. What's in it and y'all have a good one and joy really enjoy it and half fun. Please disregard the blank america. The breaks up guys enjoys episode. Thank you guys. Were understanding every cooperation. Her now hey everybody gets to see all again this. This was going to be a very special night. Because i had 'cause we're also all taking a special trip to invite to meet my longtime friend. He's been gone for a little while could seem again. This is by kills. They hated world. is Everyone i'm wide giggle and Thank you man. Just telling me he'll it's. It's first time you know somewhere this. But i'm really excited for this. Now ron o'brien thank you for your time onto deal is. I'm so excited and i'm so excited and happy. Also get to talk to you again. I mean it's been a while. So why don't you go introduce yourself to everybody out there show A it's been a while with the un as you know it's like the bandmate the jobs and other things but actually my innate who real name is in irish am from india everyone so actually know. I got into this rap thing. It's very interesting story. I mean if you want to tell me. I can tell that so. What happened was in the forest song that i heard an english was. You won't believe it was justin bieber's baby right so i don't believe actress planet. They're right because it was so famous. Man i mean you can relate to it so it was like in. India does big thing. So i told my aunt as a door you right that she was in use or at all. Bring a cd. Next time she comes in. That's eighty there were two songs and actually what happened was guy was the while justin timberlake and the next song was loses. Van him right. I still remember that so. What i wanted to play was justin song. Because i thought they were the same distance me one simply but by mistake i heard loses health man and it was just dump. Stop as like. What the fuck is this Right i'm like. I was not ever into english music but still i was good in english source late listening to do. I haven't heard anything like it so literally. That was the time that rob into my life. Though i mean during the pandemic actually i joined wrap package and you know started writing my own stuff posting there and found great people like you of their some really great for that as nineteenth rattle intro thousand. I and it's pretty shocking. Your first song india's justin bieber. Hey interesting okay and also during this as a new strategy muted for since silences okay. So it's nighttime do around two. Am so on needs. Okay i can ever be the up. I can never do. Luckier is to can never go out. Know i mean actually. I also just graduated last year. You know some used to life staying up late in the hustle. So that's right Utah man i see you i Okay music game of musical world. We live in is your big inspiration. What of who inspired to the most. Okay so as said right. It was actually eminem under. The thing was in indiana The wrapping is not like the us right. The it's not so popular east coast west coast thing going on the rap thing you know just influencing so much. People feel what happened was before eminem not nass rate. He was the most famous rapid in that time and he was doing so what happened was when i was listening to eminem right. The best thing is. He's the faucets wraparound their man and for me. It seemed easy in on justin. I get his lyrics in on. Just mug it up and then dry his flu. I so that brought me into that. Okay how to rob or you know how to write and how to get into music and eminem is someone that is insurance intrinsic everyone in the world right so having his style you know kind of being mentored by what he's spitting out there right so actually it will help me as the right to get out out more people that kind of jonah so that was actually thing and and the music is something high that you don't have to fish love it you just love it and for me. It's like it has to be there. So but from eminem i would say You know there are few things under other bands as well. You know like i. I like sometimes like trip. So it's being floyd orla eagerly sought to california those kind of guitar vibes music. That's for me. i see i see. I see you in ultimate universal. What happened your music Sorry out. I hate when i cut out. I hate that me too bad. I just thought that. Should i just answer for what i or ask you to gauge mattia and can hate it but to repeat again. I'm sorry in in alternate universe. What happened if you're not a position him okay so with music. It's it's like some people can make music pride and insist that it's not like some people dislike. The potential will just that they can't they can't make good music so if i'm not a musician man i'll still be out there listening to good music right because the it's not just wrap only because i listened to every john out there. I mean if it's good some good music it's gonna be materialised so if i'm not a musician i wouldn't try to be went. Live life like that man in our try not be blue with it but yeah i mean maybe but. Please don't say that there's not going to be newest without music. Man that can happen. I see all right okay. What would be your dream collaboration. It would be eminem. Rihanna and me The first time. I haven't heard we on. I'm reality was very popular. And she was very good man. I mean It's like some of a song you don't have to be able to relate to i. It's just that those kinds of feelings that she is having out there so plus love the way. He lied song by both of them and that does fire. Maybe that's fine. What about who would you love to have it only. Oh god i actually have a long list of arneses. I would want to collaborate with the. I do have to but i just had to answer one so i can't really answer because i like here in the us. It's it's like it's a whole variety so a lot of times pop music rab and soul arm rb. It's all kind of mixes variety. So it's kinda hard for me to say what artist i want to collaborate with. It's hard for me. it'd be very difficult. Music is something gandhi. Who's your favorite artists mean. Lots of them. So yeah i yeah the only way you can answer if you owned this john music. I outside from that How have you been on. Any writer's block a why are we block. Yeah oh have you not heard of one you what it is no actually. What's so a lot of artists whether you bright music over or a lot of artists has come have a feeling have time where they can't think of anything to write. Their mind is blank. They have neither today in. That's auto rabbits blocks. Never having deal. Yeah you know. Sometimes there are moments like You're listening to music and said any on would be like just go on to go to my room and record something so if i have something that i wanted written in school when you don't have something that's written and it's new i want to write it and sometimes you just can't i mean i'm still writing but it's rubbish right and just thinking of woods rhyme and making sentence out of it. It does not make sense that time. But sometimes it's like you know. I'm discussing and indus fifteen to twenty minutes. I right like seventy or eighty voices literally so this and it happens to everyone. I guess what some people claim they don't have writer's block but i know inside they haven't though no man i mean as i said you can still right but it's it's not up to mark and storage right so i mean i would consider that as the virus block as well and you to con things. Something reasonable too right. Yeah definitely i all right now. We're gonna go to a dark place. Go very scary place. It's the docket place on social media and it's rap had given dard scary man. I mean was scared in corner right now but show. let's go. I think maybe rep has not been a scary but very toxic. Yeah i mean it depends on how you perceive it. A rapid wise inspired you to join in the first place like you know It can be a confidence thing you know like i was riding my own self sharing the the actually the lyrics only with my friends. They're like yeah. You should call it disregarded but then i was on my lyrics but how i mean you know that time wise blockchain into how are you going to stop doing this so i was like okay. I'll find a backbone. I very no. I can put both my lyrics and see what's feedback but the thing happened. Was i somehow got into like okay. There's a platform rap bat and they battler oppose this stuff and people vote. So i don't have to record a find beat or anything else for so easy incompatible rape so even before writing like some of my own pieces. I started to like okay. Let's battle so when you know you just join them community your new year new aid so you don't have much. We would respond with esi one last them. I mean a lot of them. Sorry so what happened was then i was like okay. Let's start my own storefront. Let's ride and see what people on that so it's just felt like i needed to have feedback with the people who like just to show myself that he i was in rats right by. I'm going forward. I'm not like this stuck on the same level I definitely feel you. I think at some point also felt that way some point. I definitely agree all right. Now we're gonna take a trip inside your head. We don't mind is going ahead okay. It's mess up there. One you being a genius and all it. Pretty messy but My head also Okay anyway let's take a trip in there and in your perspective. How would you describe the means that you took get create Okay i let me get it out there. I haven't thought about it so okay so first of all i can actually Describe what kind of music. By itself my favorite musics make the guitar. Llegado of the huddle california are coming back to life being Action by russ there was a song knew that feeds so what i'm unemployed in. You know that actually when you're listening to a song the first thing is that you have to automatically be attractive to it by the first beat by the first second i divide should be great. I mean life should be awesome. Not just right. I mean even if the lyrics bullshit music will attract you. Sometimes it happens. Write some songs there was. This is good slates famous. Some songs beats so sick. It's famous and some songs. Obviously officials both great. So i even beat. They should be on point and the lyrics. And as i said the lie that you should get is that okay. It's it's. I'm not talking about rap. No battling kind of thing for me rubbing is like An escape do just put it out there where i wanted to say because not that aniston speaking so much any people so most of my thoughts i just know very out here and my in my lake messy head so i have to get thoughts out. So that's how. I will just put it out there that i just want to like. Let people know you know by music that how icy the role as as you said that how you see i see my music. It's exactly the same. As how see the world eight. How i want the people to be in that role. How know how. I'd be behaving in that world. Go your head at get. It occurred corny. But i definitely agree to perspective around. I okay In your writing hal. What's your creative process like. Like how would you write a song. okay so i just know even example so there's a song on deep inside i dislike roger did Back right so must of all. Obviously in any song there should be bars. I mean there's not boris's not so let's the bars and second thing that since it depends i mean the kind of beat 'em choosing right that right there. You know to write my rap. It's like the frequency. Should be there the beef. it's this much rpm. The flow should be the same and for the floor. The floor should be the same. You know you have to write that end of things. You can't write long sentences. A shot sentences. The the floor will just blow out. So it depends. Actually sometimes i ride that anna frappes. You know that. I can actually change the frequency if i wanted to do. I can do that but that was kind of lyrics. I mean you could have heard like nf Recent songs them he. He switched like just in the middle of the song. Right and still i i wanna know what even if he would have sought those same things in quincy before the floor before it would have had the same meaning. Great make sure with the beat but he just face it and it still was cool right that kind of thing. What did you think of an. Nf you jog my memory. I'm african recently collaborated. I mean i did not even think about it but it seemed good. I got you on. It was pretty good ally I like i love your writing on. I can tell You work in time into your writing. And we've collaborate in the past. So i know like we weren't together and it's good so would sung sung glamorous with you Wait it was. What's inside. Regatta unite was broken and beautiful and i and abbas manager have is an equal. You told me that you destroyed like that and took the song to be like. That was crazy. Was like this. This good writer. Like i call in cooperate again. If i could our our our love to collaborate and this time i actually began record what it will be great. I don't record music. I'm sorry. I don't record music. Okay i'll do your part no problem. I changed the quincy there. I mean you wish. I could you know people you know i've heard in the past. Say you should record. I reclaim artisans my written there were like you should record Mike i cam i can't. I don't have the time ago equipment. I don't really have all it takes to be recording artists. So dina record. I don't know how to make. I don't know how to use have a speaker and have a mike. I just like no play the Beat on the speaker. It near the mike and the say also at same time so i mean i. It happened the same thing with me man. I was like hey. I don't have time for recording. So like i have to have the things. You have the mike recording. Yeah get to man right i. Oh sorry for in the background. I'm sorry for that. I don't know if you heard in the back of zipping like what the held fight back kind of thing okay. That was crazy. I don't even know what the heck was that Okay let's look nor that and let's move on. Okay now time for bond. This is rap parental So i like this part rappers on the chance to showcase freestyle versus humane the past ortiz. Or asong of averse from song as going into view to rapa adair time okay. She'll so maybe he can play beat in the background. Ooh beta pretty hard to pay back especially in recording. So it'll play but you can try be watching. Most people do capello. But if you can beat that's fine. I that i can do them. Just give me two minutes. I i it and he had the beat we are can surprisingly can yeah From my last wrap okay. I don't wanna be the us. Somebody feeling bad for me. Because i don't like it because i can't take it. Everybody telling me to hold on hard letter how this show that. I'm so scared just the cause. That never had to start. If someone based i let down my god it showed me how me and my mind that of pot. That's nice there many. Check me Michael did you if frozen have moved bike com human audible man. You still. it was good. I thought you love my hand. The kind Look like you. You weren't playing around playing on. my end. Probably was most playing in the like pause. And then i couldn't hear anything. It was nothing. Beijing the ear. Still there still there. The who okay He's not there so here. Other phone uncut The big thing he cared for coming here. It's been really fun getting a meek. Unc again and the sky is starts fly. Do get at ease muss quiet. Let's get it. Don't be shy. i don't wanna fi- on this one two of my side but who gets that these days love has become a topics. Alight against frieden says the protocols sense hide in whether it'd be message notification. The anticipation is hard. I conscious cops lines. I don't want somebody feel bad for me. 'cause i don't like it can take it. Everybody's telling me to hold and hard but how to show that i'm so scared of the cards. The never even had to start upon. Someone wish i led down my god. It shown me how me and my minor repod on these paints. I don't know how to deport yet in a slow car. Even down the boulevard sitting down the power slap speaker on a lot. He's playing lit songs about to end on a dream about two degree induce tasting. the for. What's coming because my tsa the gonna go on a strike. Seems like other. Dan by the time they gotta be released. I typically than solo caffeine. Yeah it's fucking. This is a hard thing. It's time for the week and through said things get i choose goes latest filling out there. What was in the deepest an addict to pain. Maybe that's do pain equipped with the meanest banks out there and with everybody is losing hope. Our optimism tomato tomato is one. I wrote things so difficult into spoke. Hot turn down the mall. Men goal is hold on till i took and said but in soft things not gun your good way shadowed by some dumb things. Costly experience brings them get sacks because live just mad about the situation that fathers in remote feeling to elope to offer. Land vowed ritchie nothing. No it's dope than the talk radio the string off the idea nostalgia so much intense. John steam vision michio sleepy. But that's the woke at the saw. You surprise me there. I thought you you surprised we have. We love malik. They everything you surprised me that you really. It was an action problem man. I mean when the light came on my laptop tried to switch between wi fis sabas like two time. I tried to wrap and then say moment. Lightman out son's makes it but it was also good timing. Because i thought you were gone and then you just came out and surprise with that great versus by the way. That was really good. thanks. I could have done better. That's okay. I mean okay. Is now a temporary anchorage. The first sentence again. Thank you summit. It's been nice. Can't talk to you and good to conversation. Do this being one was really show miami. Not thanks to you. As i mean all the best spot past and i know you'll be doing great. It's great having yup and certainly talking with you like this and having session it feeds scrape. That's my bad connection side but yeah thanks man. Thanks and i ended up with a connector thing. The world we live in can be. Sometimes they end that. It's not there we just left up. Yeah is that meagher on the background. Not okay now. It's time for you to do little in credits. This high gets a shadow any Give any advice anyone any months worth twenty give's before we stop the saying Just let mckay lake advice may be no. Sometimes i have some friends who also right right. So they have ruled with me as ville and Sometimes what happens that. I write very fast as i said right. If i'm the good vibe in twenty minutes riding hold seventy eighty four song discounts our dictionary or some wrapping things. So i mean i can advise one. Maybe that thing than good. Ask so what i do actually is you know. I just been whenever you're thinking of specific thing to write about right. Sometimes we tend to just they build a room and this thing about certain aspects of the team on the jonah right. So don't do that. I mean when you use metaphors like in the bars right. This be as much open ended as possible because menu relating the same thing with different things. Out there right you'll be able to relate and come up with more sentences bars because you're not just thinking about the your experience with that pacific jonah. The topic right. You're thinking about what you have seen. What's out there. What are the things that the people are relating to it. So maybe do research on that and then you to song. It'd be after that it would be you know all over it right. Thank you for that little response. And i can say about myself man i it. They duck mchugh. And as i said i really hope we all the best for the podcast and sometimes maybe after the i join you again so yeah it does bateman anx thanks. I appreciate it aright and out there. They gone through watching mine kill. I don't know if you have any social media your If you have any social media though. I have on instagram. My rob bad my sound child. Oh gregory i send those to you. Thank that's gonna ask her after this about it of yeah i mean it's about to be diesel saying good. So maybe that's not a strange thing. Great this the times on things confusing for me. The most practical thing out there. It's confusing man. Definitely and yano mean in india. Right right eh. yami everything zomba podcasts. 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S3Ep3 Sunday, July 18, 2021

Red Blonde Fox

2:28:22 hr | 3 months ago

S3Ep3 Sunday, July 18, 2021

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Halloween Horror: The Real Candy Man & The Arsenic Lady Of Long Island --4

A TRUE SIDE OF CRIME

20:57 min | 2 years ago

Halloween Horror: The Real Candy Man & The Arsenic Lady Of Long Island --4

"Welcome back, true ciders I'm your host, Angela. This is a true sight of crime. I, like to take a minute to say thank you to all of the listeners. Also, if you'd like to follow on instagram like us on facebook at a true side of crime if you want to email at a true side of crime at Jima Dot com also on our anchor page, there's a place for you to leave listener messages go ahead and do so and I love to play them on the following episode. Welcome to the Halloween episode of a true sight of crime. Today we're GONNA. Be Talking about the real candyman. And the Arsenic Lady of long. Island. Now I know today is. where I am is gloomy rainy, they've actually cancelled our trick or treating. But as we decorate our kids faces. Help them put on their costumes and get ready to go out. Please remember to check. The candy of our kids. I know some local places allow you to take candy to hospitals and get ran through machine to be rayed. Because in these two stories. Halloween candy was the culprit. The real candy made. Ronald O'Brien born October nineteenth of nineteen, forty four. In the year, this happened nineteen seventy-four Ronald was thirty. He had a wife to. Keats. Son Timothy. Daughter Elizabeth. And Wife. Deneen. Thirty I started as any other Halloween. Got The kids ready for trick or treating. Instead of staying home they decided to drive from their deer Park Texas, House to Frame Jim Bates home in Pasadena Texas. where? They'd have dinner with Jim's wife and son. After, dinner the death take the kids out trick or treating. The wife stay at home. They only go to two streets that day. Quick trick or treating trip. Let the kids get some candy in head back home. Will they come to this big dark house a ring, the doorbell. Nobody answered. So Jim and the kids continue walking. Ron Hangs back. Moments later he runs up to where they are and. He has five. Almost two foot long pixie sticks. and. I used to see those pixie sticks all the time when I was younger. I didn't like them as much as the smaller ones, but it was just kinda cool to have like a giant pixie steak. And they were. Plastic on outside instead of the paper like the smaller ones but they still had the same heat seal at the top. and. They came in different flavors. Some of the flavor of that didn't like I think that was the problem. But needless to say, the kids were cited. Jim told the kids that they were really lucky because. A rich neighbor was given out really really good candy. So they in their? Trick or treating they go back and get. Ron's wife. and. The kids? In the car they drive back to their park. Before bad. Ron tells the kids that they're allowed to have one more piece of candy. which if you have kids, you know that's exciting when you tell them. Okay you get one more tonight. Before you have to put it up and go to. Well. Live most kids would do. Like I would have done if I was eight. Tim. Picks of really big pixie stake. If I'M GONNA pay one last piece of candy of course, it's going to be the biggest one right Well he hates it and immediately. He spits it out. He tells us that is bitter. He doesn't like it. So his dad goes and gives him a drink to wash down. Before he can get the actual drink though. Tim Her yelling his dad's name Dad Dad. He sounds like he's in distress and. Ron comes running back in the room obviously, and when he gets there, Timmy's leaned over he's vomiting. Ron picks them up because he's not doing. Okay. His mouth starts foaming and he starts convulsing. And in Ron's arms low timothy faints. He loses consciousness. So obviously, they call emergency dispatch and they really really really need to get to the hospital. A police officer is. Quoted saying that? He got a call that there was a boy on the way to the hospital. He had passed out in, he wouldn't likely live. So. Low Timothy Dies on Halloween. Eight years old. So obviously. Not. Normal. So the police look into it. They do blood tests, they talk to the family they ask them what they did they. And they tell them. What they did. I've you know kids go to school they get out of school they get ready they go to dinner at the Bates home and they go trick or treating. In Tim had this pixie stick well attested Tim's pixie stick. and. They said it was had a layer of cyanide on it. Low Tim died from cyanide poisoning. The blood tests confirm that Tim had enough cyanide in his system to kill to adult. To adults. So. Obviously. They want to know where they got this candy firm. And Ron scenes not to be able to remember. He doesn't. He doesn't remember what street they were on. He doesn't remember what the House looked like. He can't tell them. He doesn't remember. He never saw the person he can't tell them anything. Boy Obviously they've talked to Jim Bates at this point. In Jim is told them that they only trick or treat onto streets at night. After they find this. Oh. They press them harder. Ron We know you only want to two streets. WHAT HOUSE WAS IT And after continuously telling them, he doesn't know he's not sure he doesn't remember he finally identifies the home of the Melvin family. Now the Melvin. Were, a family of three mom. Daughter Dad. The Dad Courtney. Melvin was at work at night until ten thirty. Now, would you have to understand about ron testimonies of the police was he told them that there was a hairy arm? The Hindi him the candy and that was all he could see he couldn't see anything with this person. So. It was a harry arm. Naturally. Believe it was a man. So not the wife, not the daughter. Well, that dark house. Was Dark because they ran out of candy at six, forty five, which was before that. O'Brien's the bates even trick or treating. So. The Story Ron was giving was even. More unusual. So they start digging. They dig and dig and. They look at what happened that day. One thing is it was raining so I had on a Ranko. And a police start to believe that maybe he put those Pixie six in sleep of his Ranko and nobody saw him, which is why he hung backing ran up with them later. They also find out that. Ron has been asking some very unusual questions. He's asked his professor, his community college. If cyanide are another poison is more deadly. That's a very unusual question. To, ask period let alone right before your son. Is Killed By cyanide poisoning? He also. A family friend. About how much cyanide it would take to kill person. He knew that this person had a job that worked. Was Sinai. So we asked him how much it would take to kill someone. That's unusual question. I've never ask somebody how much poisoning it takes to kill somebody. And I'm a true crying lever. So That will raise huge red flags for me. Also. There was a clerk at a chemical company that said a man came in before Halloween. and S cyanide. Now. This Clark could not identify. Ron But he did say that this person that asked. And left after they found out that you have to buy cyanide in bulk. Wore blue are bauge smocks. and. That's exactly. What Ron War at his job is obstetrician. Things keep getting. Stranger. For Ron. They also find out that riding his wife are in an enormous amount of day. About one hundred, thousand dollars worth. Their a month behind on their car no, and obviously the bank is threatening to repossess. Imran's not. A very stable person when it comes to jobs, he's had twenty one jobs in the last decade. So. Between the age of twenty and thirty, he's twenty one jobs. which isn't the best way to. Have a family which probably explains why they're in debt. That's two jobs a year, which is crazy me because I hate changing jobs I couldn't imagine having two job the year. Round also isn't in good standing at the job that he's at now. He's not doing well. To tap things off Ron earlier, this year took out a ten thousand dollar life insurance policy on both of his keys. Something his wife say it was a useless expense because the kids were healthy and they were in debt. So they really couldn't afford is not something that they need it. was she didn't knows that Ron took out another life insurance policy out on the keys this time for twenty thousand dollars. He took this out on October third. Three weeks before his son died. Tim is arrested. And charged. In the murder of his son. And in May of seventy five. Tim is put on trial. Even his wife testifies against him. She's very adamant that she had nothing to do with this and she didn't know anything about it. There's no evidence that states that she does approve. She does I don't believe she had anything to do with. And I don't think she knew about it. This is something that Tim decided would be what they needed to do to get out of debt. The question for me is, how far would he have taken it? Would have just been one child. To. His wife. Well. The trial goes on and. Not for very. Long. Because on June third. Of seventy-five Rana's file guilty of capital murder. It only took the jury forty six minutes to find him guilty. And they sent him to death. And nine years later. On March Thirty First Nineteen eighty-four Ron Is executed by lethal injection. Earlier, that day Ron has his last meal of steak fries peas. In Boston Cream Pie. which would not have been much lease but. To each his own. He was declared dead at twelve, forty eight am. And hundreds of people were outside when he? WAS EXECUTED DAUNTING HALLOWEEN MASS Saying. Which? I know he was sentenced to death. It seems highly inappropriate. And Weird. This is the story. Of Ron, O'Brien. The real candyman. The man who ended Halloween. The next Halloween story is about the arsenic lady. Of Long. Island. Helen fill sixty four helen was a stay at home mom of two. Handed out candy like a lot of other MOMS do. There were teenagers, Kamer, door. Little Kids. One specific teenager. Name a lease, her sister Irene in front of their from school. Decided to walk up Salem Ridge Road in Greenland in the Green Line Area Long Island. Is it. Just me or is it weird that this story takes place on a road called Salem? Just. Think. They were his whole wolves. Elise now. And They were just having fun. It was. One of the last Halloween she go trick or treating she was a teenager. So, they get to the House Helen talks to them. They have a regular interaction like you do it every home when you trick or treat. Helen Khanna jokes with them aren't you too old to be trick or treating? which a lot of people do. and. Please if teenagers come to your door to trick or treat, please give them candy. There's a lot worse things they could be doing the trick or treating they can be getting in a lot of trouble. Well, Helen drops a Napkin full of candy in each one of the girls bags. The girls continue their trick or treating and head home where their mom like many of us do check the candy of her kids. But there was something unusual about the candy in the wrapper. In the Napkin that Helen gave them. This candy wasn't candy at all. There were pellets that said poison. There were dog biscuits. Nothing that was made for human consumption. And it was obvious that this was. Not Candy that they were dog biscuits poison. They shaped like the like bottle caps. Yes. But they clearly say poison on them. So anybody who could read our any parent? When know that? This wasn't a candy, their child could ingest. My worry is though what if it was a little kid? What if? My four year old got that. And he snuck a piece of candy before. He could be stopped. Or if he got his sister's bag before I, got two. Little kids like a sneak. They call the police. The police volunteers, church leaders, they go around and look through all the bags. Of the keys that trick or treating area. In total, they find nineteen pellets. Obviously. At least tells them where they got the candy from it was only candy she got those a Napkin. They go to Helen's home. They arrest her her husband insists that it was just a joke. A joke played on teenagers to teach them not to trick or treat. That doesn't sound like a joke to me. It sounds like. Hatred. The crazy thing is for her not to want kids to trick or treat she allow her own fifteen and six year old son. To go trick or treating, which is completely unusual to me if you don't think teenagers to trick or treat. But. She's evaluated. At a Mental facility. And she's only charged with child endangerment. Her trial. Starts. In the mid over trial, she gets a plea deal she pleads guilty and she gets. Two years suspended sentence that's off potentially. Harming a child. That's crazy me. I don't understand. How you could? Clearly give poisoning children, and then get two years of suspended sentence. But Helen's released and she gets move on with her life like nothing happened. while. Elise, she could never celebrate Halloween again. She's quoted as saying she never put on another Halloween costume in her life. Size. Check Your Kids Candy. Be careful who you allow around your children even if it's a parent. Please allow teenage to trick or treat. It helps keep them out of trouble. Enjoy Halloween. Enjoy the ghoulish night. Enjoy the running and laughing of the children. Watching. The lights from Jack jack-o-lanterns. And the spiders on people's houses. Thank you. For enjoying and listening. To the Halloween episode. Of, a true side of cry. For true side crime today. Once again, thank you for listening. I, really appreciate you. Like us on Facebook, follow us on instagram. And leave us a voice message on our anchor page. Until next time. Stay safe true CIDERS.

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28. What Happens Next?

Keeping it Re.al

26:22 min | 10 months ago

28. What Happens Next?

"The hello and welcome to keeping it real where we're going to dive into the mysterious world of plastic surgery. My name's in each episode. I'm sitting down with a respected. Surgeon stopped to richard bloom. And dr kim tyler from re plastic surgery and we're going to ask all the hard questions that you want the answers to moisture no coming in saying. I want to look like posh spice sore pamela anderson and so it can be locked changing for them and we say improvements in their self-esteem they confidence. If someone's head good worked on the north. But i believe it is obvious having breast augmentation. You know you don't want to be going to the plastic surgeon who does road trauma. The lead up to surgery often highly anticipated time there's plenty of nerves there's adrenaline there is a massive countdown. And then it's done and you healed sir. What happens often. Everything settles this episode. We're going to ask dr. Richard bloom and dr kim tayla to tell us about what happens after the healing is done other any emotions that come up and what happens if you want more. Welcome kim and richard alex. Hi alex tell me. What kind of emotions does a patient going through after. Plastic surgery came. I think patience generally go through a whole range of intense. It can often be a quite a roller coaster ride. There's some people that just this pa- pumped about having surgery the really awesome attitude from start to finish and they kind of breezed through their cover no dramas whatsoever. But that's probably common than people that still super excited about having surgery but really really nervous in the late up to it. It gets through the procedure and walston hospital the first things sort of happy that got through the surgery and the and recovering in and that can be the first few days Usually not super painful but discomfort depending on what procedure. They've had a day find a lot of breast reduction. Patients in particular Quite surprised nov. painful that they are afterwards which is always a nice surprise for patients. Because i think people generally fear for the worst and that early postoperative period. We've got amazing niece attests that we work with and Amazing nurses on the wards of the hospitals that were and so they're really really good at looking after patients pine requirements but also the emotional requirements a bit as well and you know generally very very supportive and encouraging wants people go harm they can We'll see sort of struggling to to do pick to normal life. I guess which can take quite a variable amount of time and can really go through that sort of rollercoaster of. Oh my goodness y done this to myself. When the struggling a little bit and they go just under funding hotter to move and then you know looking at themselves in the mirror and so oh yeah while it looks amazing and then the next day. The look for more swollen bruise on what have i done to myself again and so it can really be quite up and down. And i think to steal one of richard's quote sexually the win when you're looking at your comments like lava to hide it for at least i think is at six weeks. So twelve weeks generally say that sometimes six months a lotta these procedures you can. You can really get a good idea of half think's gonna look like on the first day but it's still sort of you know there's pine is discomfort. The pulses not right particularly after tummy. Talk and so. It really is quite an up and down and often would cite that patients probably in total three week. My generally turn the corner of all thank goodness that was. That was pretty tough. The first week will tell you but now know thank goodness. I've got through that bed. And now i'm you know i'm starting to feel better myself again. So it's pretty normal for people to kind of guy as well as the happy emotions. They still have worry as well a little bit of regret. No cemetery grid a different emotional rollercoaster. It's difficult to sleep. i think. We underestimate how important sleep is just in general and so when you're not sleeping that causes stress stress c can sleep less than that impacts your healing your mood during the die so i didn't think there's so much it's regretted. It's just dealing with all of those things and just because you've had surgery doesn't necessarily mean that your children. Maybe i'm the sandwich going through all friends in the maybe not you try not to tell certain people and trying to keep up a facade that in there's nothing wrong on just come and say i'm busy at work or whatever so all of that adds to the stress that as qin said i think by two or three weeks usually things have settled down and people feel more than usual selves. So after they've turned that two to three week corner and that kind of get a bit of a glow on. I guess of having a new body what happens and how does that actually last for does it last forever. Yeah it does we One of the most amazing things with a with the work that wearing the we to say the positive impacted out l. surgery can have so once and not only does last forever. I it keeps on getting better off and you often say women kim anonymously to mainly bodywork but often say women have had their surgery Incredibly happy and grateful at four and six weeks bought it almost gives them a launching pad to then take it a bit further and they may get more into exercise. We've got one patient who has become a whole champion for now. I just realized that was the sign. It is yeah. And it's a code on with may but now our patients sunning to to do the whole hoping and then just become even feta and sometimes lose more white and all of that just enhances they. The surgical result has a snowballing effect. In terms of positivity and the way that people treat their bodies that the way to put it along. But also. I've seen in particular so patient common and now side my primary consent as my brace of huge savoys wanted a breast reduction. And you know. Maybe i don't let my tummy so much as well and i'm sort of thinking about that and we talk them through procedures inside you could ask them together or he could split them and oftentimes they may be like The braces a focus. They'll have that surgery. And in my the have be so happy with the result from there and noticed they tommy thin doesn't match the bris and so be motivated to either lose some white and didn't have more surgery in assuming not something that we we try to up sell patients at all on Those sorts of things but it is people will have one thing done in can super happy wasn't gonna think. Wow you know. I can improve on other parts to if i really want to. And in terms of those people that have a really good experience and comeback and maybe get the extra appreciation that they did in the first time around. How long is usually the gap between recovery surgery and recovery when you can go in. Phoenix surgery depends on which surgery in a papal commonly aws-based. When you're how quickly can. I have the next procedure and i'd have to say that he's it's generally social factors rather than surgeon. Oh surgical does the other delaying point. So it's not so much that you haven't recovered enough or the you've still got swelling. The then going for the knicks operation. Other things come up in law so you can't get the time off work. His holidays you busy with work in so it's more common that patients would be saying cannot do the snick school owed is rather than us saying on. You've still got to white. The only difference would be and we talked about the four about breast leafed in bristol Which we often split. That's a little bit different. We would generally recommend about six months until the breast is totally softened. The final shape of the breast from the lift has taken effect before we did the breast augmentation in terms of operating on different parts of the body. It's more generally patient factors than surgical factors of the delaying. Point one of the things that we've covid once in another episode Is the drop in fluff. It comes up quite a law when someone gets breast surgery What is that one and at. What stage does it happen. Kim interesting term and the first someone ever heard this was actually from patient. And it's certainly not a medical term but the doctors have picked it up. Because patience i guess understand what it means. And it's related to primarily bristowe meditation. So when we implants into abreast or at least she got underneath the bristol under the muscle under the breast what it is introducing obviously assuming amount of volume which is what the implant is and so that stretches up the tissues where it hasn't made anything near before and so the breast implants looked quite full and quite high quite tight and so what the i believe really what the draw and fluff prices is is this softening of the breast tissue and so it relaxes a little bit of light taught and shiny and implants give the impression that they actually dropping whilst i i really don't think the implant position changes a whole lot. It's more the tissues around the outside of relaxed Down a bit more and and certainly a process that if you took a fighter every week in a lot of patients that have heads surging got through surgery that they they photographs themselves on a weekly basis. They're out quite a lot of changes that happen mostly in that face six weeks spa and even still if you taking a fight. A weekly or monthly between three months and twelve months. He's still going to say some subtle changes day so every patients a little bit different but something like a breast augmentation. There are gonna be subtle changes happening probably for up to a year whilst most of those in the couple months things are still going to look a little bit different as time goes on and inside that it's not going to change completely differently. Look to change the appearance to to get worse but it is relaxing in softening of the tissues of a time. Obviously every surgery is different and has different recovery period. But he's there a general rule that once you get to say six months a year that that's normal for you now. That's the way it's going to look in stay hopefully forever. Yes linnea so. It's not sort of overtime on is a steady decrease in you get to point is definitely a very state pot of the slight in the first six weeks in the first six weeks the majority of the swelling and bruising and all of that day crisis but then are even the next six months twelve months even two years as kim was just saying if you look back at the time you may be unaware of as much if you look back at generally at fighters in compare yourself at a year to six months you will notice the still has been further improvement in even subtle again from two years back to twelve months again. You will notice improvements They'll be much more subtle so it'll be the will softened the scalp of fighted and also with swelling. That's an interesting one so at the sod everything is just fallen. Only jason tissues role swollen. You do think two point where a lot of the swelling has gone but people still notice swelling after circle. So you might notice if you went for ron oil you win for vigorous went Erica whatever that you've been small swollen after that than you were before before that exercise and so that decreases well. That's also interesting in that. I hear this a lot from patients that i think some. There is some swelling but some of it might actually be normal as well but when people maybe bigger and they've got loose skin big breasts and they don't maybe noticed a one or two percent increase in swelling bath when we've done a tummy taco or brush action than everything's much flos fina you do notice one or two percent. That was maybe happening before anyone. Now kim before you kind of touchstone fardar is people taking photos and keeping a journey of kiss surgery obviously on your facebook and a lot of other social media to do with plastic surgery a lot of women that have gone through it love to share updates. Even months years lighter they still seem to get a thrill out of kind of getting chatting to each other and talking about it. How much is that pot of the journey. Sharing your experience with other people for some patients is a massive pot of it. Because i think they those patients in particular they had probably been helped by saying photos of paypal's while they were going through the journey and it gives them the reassurance that oh oh my goodness like crazy and everything looks full and swollen and a bit tai shit the spot and they look online and they say comments from other people say yeah waiting through the exact same thing and the these only so much reassurance that richard and i am noces king give. Patients like yeah. This is all normal. And it's part of it. But if syria she hearing at and saying that from other patients that have been through the exact same procedure it does give them a massive amount of reassurance that you know they are on track and they they are going on the deposit for now says kind of taught him before them and incitement. Obviously if someone does have real concerns about the wounds or that one side's different from the other readiness absolutely we would want to know we don't want him to go into the into nato to forums as fist port of coal. If this something medically wrong we really want to be hearing from and saying patients if any specific concerns but just the general retain post operative course is unbelievably powerful these patients to be helping each other and so much so that they all discussing free surgery. What kind of things. They need in the times and making videos of the pillow pillow fort. Some particular pillows that they can have to Often bid and the links to on things. I recline inches to rent those and all those sorts of things that patients actually know more about than we can inform each other more and just in terms of sharing of the fight is the only a bunch of patients that asuka private and they probably take photos for themselves and then never ever show them to ever again but these people are just so happy and interested and intrigued in the whole process that they go through and they document the untied journey from prey to too many months post op and other thing does it. A lot of the photos that before. An office clinical Photos that we have a lot of our post obser- three or four months because the last time we often say patients because the everything's going fine they come in the last time we need to be reviewing them and if there are those subtle changes off to woods that we actually don't get to see them and we don't get to photograph a lot of patience at twelve months not as many scars of faded. And you know really difficult to say but of patients of the uploading their journey showing off this guys that long-term to other patients as she quite powerful and useful for us for the as well to be you know it was like. Yeah you scott. Pinkett will fight as time goes on to say that as living of other people's photos is is great. It must feel good when you see a patient. Put something up a year or two later and you know that it's good. They're good they haven't come back to you know the doing fabulously one thing that i did want to talk about is this will impact a very few people. But it is kind of the dockside of the purse. Post-surgery glow people who love the adrenaline loved the rush. That love the comments that they get and possibly move to getting plastic surgery addiction. How ray is it and how do you spot it and stop it from happening. Richard people talk about it. I can't say i've actually saying it and as we've talked about him in palmdale decision part of our consultation. Prices is assisting the patient any if someone isn't a legitimate candidate for particular brash and we're not gonna win. Offer us a guy not a patient this week who came to a consultation and she has basically telling me what operation that i should be doing. Which i didn't think was the ron o'brien so i said this isn't exactly how x. what you'll suggesting isn't gonna give you the result that you want. Even though it has less skies and i can understand why you wanna do that. I'm not gonna do that for you because you're not gonna get the result that you want an interesting. Interestingly she'd been to say she then revealed that she just see another dog down notice search and that doctor said yeah. Shaw do that and she she she said and i thought that was weird. So i mean that's a slightly different scenario. The she wasn't someone sheep's head surgery and then just wanted endlessly more. But it makes the point that just because you come to say us and say you've had a tummy talkin. Now you say you want to have a breast augmentation. If we don't think your suitable for that surgery not a good candidate you know hitting the result that you think that you're gonna get then we will then just tell you that we wanted to it way we do turn down a it's a huge number They certainly a percentage of patients who come to say in. we don't think they're appropriate facility for one reason or another cy. I didn't say it's much have side bought for. Its part of about process anyway and finally do you find that the majority of patients that come to you say that they feel different afterwards. Do they feel like a different person. After they've had plastic surgery done a main sidney. Yes they do there obviously still the same person what it's done is it's brought out aspects of their personality. That is being suppressed because they didn't feel confident. Although didn't feel happy in their bodies this civil scientists bought they might be a bit of version. And i've heard this from patients that are better version of themselves. Or they resemble how. I filled with now maybe younger feta or pheno or At a different stage in their loss. So i don't pay undergo a personality. Transformation but i think it often can bring out aspects of their personality that maybe kunas prominent prior to their operation and is some sages that can allow people to do things that they they physically couldn't do before so if someone's got really significant muscle separation in the abdomen. And they really struggled to two core type work or ride horses or do lots of different exercise and the other thing is with very very large breasts and then they have a reduction again they can find it so much easier to do particularly physical things and i have had horseriding because i know i've probably at least five patients that have had a real passion for host on and they just high con icon Out riding on my because my brisa begging sorry Painful and uncomfortable in arkansas. Those avenues of the lives. They they really enjoyed when you're younger and they can get back into now And the other thing is being able to buy this. That's another really coming and that they can you know even the grandkids so the kids to the poll the beach because they can actually buy something that they can wear and feel comfortable and going in public to swimming pool. It does not have restricted themselves in the past. It doesn't completely changed. Which but it can just make them feel that. The lives are free to do some things that they had had not been able to do Oftentimes physical restrictions in the past that solves a massive mystery may because i was wondering who had cornered the horseriding market. 'cause albany had one point and i'm just watching yellowstone on the series at the moment on. Tv so i can. I can understand why you'd wanna have smaller press league front. Uncle common. say may norwegian. you can put that on. Your next advertisement came in terms of someone that is coming eaten. Surgery is there anything that they should have a flag with you before or during the consultation that will help them in the long run. Have the best recovery and the bis surgery possible so if someone has nine psychological condition that spain managed and traded. And they're on medication. I would always recommend that. They discuss with jay. Pay the psychologist. We saw Prior to the surgery that that's what they plan on having done because Rollercoaster recovery period. If they do find mood is dropping. All their anxiety is Getting the bitter awesome then. It's really really good to have other medical people on board. That annoy the well and know how to trait does side of things for the move. So i think it's really important to be honest to all of your healthcare practitioners about the surgery that you apply undergoing and and also the open to us about those kind of conditions. It's fun it's common and it's good just to have a network of doctors and people around you that can help during that recovery period. If you need it all right we'll look. It's been lovely episode. It's a really interesting aspect of how surgery makes people feel in the long run. Thank you for joining us again. Came in richard. Thanks for having and of course and of course we are going to do an episode at some point in the future. We're going to answer all the frequently asked questions so please head to regal's on facebook or hit up on instagram page. Ask anything doesn't matter. How old embarrassing random whatever basic feel free to get in touch and we will try to cover that off in an episode soon. Thank you so much for listening to this. Episode of keeping it real to keep up with our next episodes. Go and subscribe on spotify or tunes wherever it is that you get your poke cost. If you have further questions wanna take the next step visit. Www dot ra plastic surgery dot com donahue or. Follow me on social media.

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End Time Events Part 29

The Gospel of the Kingdom

1:11:34 hr | 1 year ago

End Time Events Part 29

"Aw. I. saw. Off. Huh! Off. were. Aw. Aw. A! Little? A. Long. Christiane greetings to you all y'all woke onto. Our Saturday salaries. I pray that this service may be a blessing to you that we may grow into law. We may know more about our salvation about our faith. discworld cause us to implement what we hearing. 'cause a love for God. A love to move close to God I love to walk in the church. Love to solve God's children. Less to Wednesday were looking continuing even in our lesson away. We're looking at Revelation fourteen. was still talking about the. Rupture. New we add up in revelation fourteen. Who We contend to? Revelation Fourteen! And was his. One. Through? Five. Scripture says and I looked on the loyal lamb stood. Hormone, Zion. Underway the human android under forty, four, thousand having, he's Afar us and emery turn in their heads. Voice from heaven as Voice of many waters. Another voice over greatest Santa and a voiceover. HAP- US happy with their ups. They Sung us to a new song before the throne. Under before four BS. And do does. Andy know money could run that song. One, hundred under four, four thousand. which way I redeemed from Diaz. These are they which were not identified with women for they are virgins. These are they you for them? Without with us, so ever EGO is. These were redeemed from among men. Being the faster fruits unto God. And unto, the lamb. This scripture. GIVES US two things. To, give us the number that will be in the bride of Christ. And he told. US, their qualifications. For you to be in the bride. Of Christ and we've been covering. Bits and pieces as we have been going all. Their qualifications being reiging, not defiled with religion. Singing. That song that Song of the alarm the song of Moses. And following the present move over God wherever I go these. And many others, but qualifications are right there for you to be in the bridal Christ. And the bride of Christ we saw alarm survive even as we read. New Revelations Twenty one and was nine. Do. We said this is the secret rapture. Hundred Eighties. The festive is over the second event. which can also saying it is the first phase of their first resurrection second event. Yes, means second coming. Hundred Christie. Seconded coming. Has Two phases. Would their foster phase Sunday second-phase? Wake on, even say quite as succumbing to foster resurrection as stupid as that I face. And the second offense. We can also now look at cerrone Ian. Done to! Prod Cicero? Nunes! Took five. RUNYAN'S SEE! Important for us to. Land these. And understand processor onions, chapter five hundred us to. For you yourselves. For For yourselves know perfectly that today over the loan. So come with as a thief in the night. Poll writing today's Church. Says you know. Today overlord economists as He comes as a thief in the night. These time always referred to as the rupture. Fuster face on the first resurrection. Chrysler com as a Siv in night. Comes in the night. Doesn't into come. The broad daylight. Later. You will come in Japan open up herring. Northern appearing. When all we will see him. They don after the second phase of the reservation. Or the second phase of the second advent. Hero come. On Open Up. When all will see him Matthew Twenty Four! And was. Seven. Months you. To four four. And was. Prince Seven. Grand Four trained seven. For as delighting accommodates out over the east. And the shyness even unto their waste. So shall older sawday coming. Over this son of man be. Out to the second to face this stage of the Lord's second, advent. The crisis comes as. When to this stage the fastest stage he comes as. The second stage of the second advent. We will be open. Every body Shell to see him as we are going to to see, but still talking about the Festivus, which is. that rupture. It to it or not be open. That phase. We're not be hoping he will come. In Tonight And they've comes in the night. He tutor be secret. Not Everybody's shall see him, and so it'll be not open. To it or not be obvious. To, not be well known not every pass on where no. To, not be well known. After this sounding of this seven trumpet. The load returns to catch. Our Way is bright. In other words does surrounding. Trumpets. started the sounding of trumpets and frosted trumpet. Second decide the falls. This secrecy now we are saying at today's sounding of the Seventh Trumpet Christ Comes Back C Credit, coming of Christ to catch our way. He's bride. Hero come to catch way his bride. To. This festival says over his second advent. Pe- as As the stop. This first is of the second advent. P. As as this. If we can turn to say Peter. SECOND PITA! Chip. One. and. Nineteen. We have all soul more show would prophecy. Where unto you do? Will that you take heed? Has. UNTO, light. That is shining this in in a dark place. Until. Dole. Under the did. A. Rise in your hearts. That this Rise in your huts. Then also let's look at revelation. TRAINED TO TO? Revelation twenty two. And was sixteen. Revelation into verses sixteen, it says. I Jesus sentiment angel protests by onto you. These things in the churches. The route. Hyundee offspring of David. And the bright and morning stop. Right, today, I Christ the describes himself. The bright and morning star. Is Venice. V. E. N. U. S.. The bright and morning star is Venice. Renai sees a planet. That is shining in the sky show to the before gone. Say Planet That to shine in this guy. Show to before. Known so! One of the. Who Rise up very early in the morning. You can see that this star. Morning, Star. So much wanting Stein. I. Mean they refer to the same fee? Their style. You can see that this type you rise up. In the morning ready out in the morning. You can have the opportunity of seeing this Sta. All the morning stop. Before signed, that is before the sun rises. You have to be one of these that wake up very early. And not many people wake up to see the Morningstar. Most of us by the time we wake up. The. Morning Star is gone. You're not seat sooner when you wake up with really. That you can see. They're moaning. Stop. Everyone can see the sun. Rises. But if you can see this. Every person every person that went to sleep when they wake up, they can see the sun, or by the time they woke up able to see the sun. But the morning. Stop. Very few normal! See on those that wake up highly. So Jesus. Comes also has this son of righteousness? To the second phase. Over the second advent. which are we on also, so say the second phase. Of Their fussed resurrection. SECOND SECOND-PHASE DEFENSE! Over the second advent. Or the second phase. Of their first restoration he comes. As the sun over right, yes, and this. Leave we can turn to Molokai. Let's turn to Malachi. is good to understand these. Towns as we mentioned them. We want to look at Malachi, Chapter Four. and. Was Too. But and to you. My name shall the. Sun Of Righteousness I rise. With the healing in his wings. And you shall go forth and grow up as calves of this toll. So Christ! comes. To the second phase, who the second advent all second-phase! Over the first resurrection. Christ comes as his son. Of Righteousness. I showed behold him then. There every I. will be able to see. In the revelation they think that is given to us. In revelation chapter one. Every I. Shall See. Prevention Chapter One. Seven be haughty comments with clouds. Never that I shall see him. And they also which ups? No kindred over the. Show. Because of him. EVEN SO AMEN! So every I. Shall Be Holy Him. But few widow see him after the first two phase. Fossa Fez of the second event which we also know as. I is over the first resurrection. He comes as a moaning stop. When he comes for his bride. It is secret coming secretive. You've coming. Not every person. is able to see him. Will Stop. To collateral level doesn't become. Hold it way. To the US But. He stops article out the level. That's why people men if people were not be able to see because you're not to come. All the way. On us. Euro, stop had to cloud level. and. Matthew Twenty Five. Matthew Twenty Five. Was five. Months you tend to live. What they bragged. Do Groom tarried? They all the lumbered. On select. And? Studies in our going through these lessons. We're was saying that there is a sleeper condition that will come upon the church here. We see both their wiser INS. Under underfoot issue ideas. Both Salaam Bud. Understood upped as pay condition. We have experienced as leap air condition when. SELEPE's trying to come. You're normally week. I know table to think straight. You cannot doodoo something sensible. You just want to rest today. There is not as sensitive architect beauty that you can do. So! There is a sleeper condition. You're not caring, not mining. and not thinking about their walk-off God. and not thinking about today, children of God cannot thinking about the saints. Those that seek! I travel not even praying for anybody. Just too weak to do anything. You're just want to relax. You just want to rest. Very bad. Condition if it comes on a child of God. You're not doing something constructive. We are not not you're not reaching out to people. You're not a vandalizing your visiting your brothers and your sisters Sunday encouraging them in their free. You, don't even you? Can't even pick up a phone and talk to them on the phone and encourage them and find out how they are doing. Concerned, about you having a good arrest, you having a good time icily by condition where we we're not mind about things of God much. You don't even pray at take time and prey on talked to God and Apprentice Work of God praying for the seven of God pray for the Children of God, pray for these calamities that are coming india-us. You're not very active in that you. You don't have time to do that. That is a as a condition. Coming up on the church naughty carrying. You don't even bother to look inward and say is in my life. Right? Am I leaving, right? Am I doing what I'm supposed to do? A my savvy goede. Right my drink the best tycoon. Is a lot happier with me. You don't even look inward. To see whether you are in the fray, th and the Scripture says. Yourself on the see whether you in faith. You don't do that. So. There is a spirit of sleepiness. Right to hear. Me Overtaking. Modern Christianity. You just spend time. Watching television. Playing Video Games. Like seeing. making tours. You're just active. In having life at its best. Pulse Eighty here. He! Told US clearly? That today that sleep. They don't live in the Union today. They sleep in the night. So far said he knew first. CICERO nations. Chapter Five. and. Seven. For the sleep sipping the night. To be drunken. Drunken. In the night. Paul said. They that silly. Slipping night. It on sleep. In the day when people are meant to walk by meant to be active. When he meant to be doing viable constructive work. So. IT-IT's almost to be almost time. FOR CHRIST TO COME All, it is almost time for Christ to come. The night, we will have been filed spent like the night is spent. On? The day is at hand. Think Paul. An Apostle today again Taus. Says so today, Romans. Chapter Thirteen. Hundred was trowel. Rejoicing in hope patient in Youtube. Sorted not. Troll me. Romans Thirteen and was troll. The scripture reads. Let us walk on us today. As in the day. Not, in rioting and drunkenness. Not Any cambering and want an S.. Nineteen is strive on them being. Those are things that should be avoided. Of Christ. CanNot go to sleep now. We can't see. We. KONTA decibel find rest? Find a place you find joy, follow salves. We can't do that. There is a walk to be done. There is a responsibility to be done. Occupy Tier I com. We ought to be be seen their work of God. We are to keep their walk of God. Prospering we ought to be doing good. Right we out be reaching out. We just cannot soliven now. Somebody. Should be preparing themselves. SHOULD BE A. So that when the Morningstar appears, we are ready someone of my swatch for the morning, Star. Some motive should be awake. Time when Morning Star appear, somebody should be awake. He should have be waiting. Not Amused prepared. Them Setups Debbie Determined Dow said I want to see the morning star I want to see that. I'm not going to out to continue celebrity. I want to wake up all the. Undecided the Morning Star or this? Ask Somebody. Should be watching for the morning stunt. University eleven Romans. Thirteen and Eleven. And knowing that time that now he's a high time to our wake out of sleep. For now is our Salvation Nira than when we believed. When we first believed when we believed our salvation. Each day each passing Alwa- itchy passing minute. Brings US Carranza today, return of the Lord. The time that to US longer. To the time we believed at the time we got saved after the time when we confessed Jesus Christ after the time we paraded Cena's prayer to also along, but since we have been living star wars, many as The time is Outta. The return of the Lord is in Jahra than we believed. and. He knew I says Sonian. Again has done to. Process NHS. Jumped up five. FRY. Run six. How? All the children of light. And the children of day we are not overnight. No over darkness. Chudinov light. Therefore let us not sleep. Has the do others look to that some people? How decided to sleep, some people prefer to save. He says are therefore let us. Not Sleep. As, do others. But let us award CH. AND BE SOBER! Let's put against outside. That's put. Aside. Let's put the dispute over relief your side. There's be sober. Accusing me this be. Very. So the Lord. will be coming for his bride? That would rupture which most people most Christians must born again. Saints. The word are acquainted with what rupture. About that word does not appear in the Bible. It is a word applied by modern Christianity. Today. Coaching Way. Over the bride of Christ. that. Is Applied. By Modern Christianity? Today catching way over the bride of Christ people speak of rupture we speak of rupture rupture rupture. Rupture refunds today chi-ching away. The bride of. Alarms Wife. It is a over Latin. Origin! Rather Spiritual Great Call, Hebrew. It is over Latin. Horrigan. To not scriptural Greek. All Hebrew. It is derived from. Rap pair. Might not be pronouncing. Corrected. Repair or repair. Har- A.. B. R. E. Repay. Whole repair. Is that I do from. Whole Rob Tom -rupt Repton. A. P.! T., U. M. rupp Tom. Latina Tom Means to say's. Kara Way. The Latino Wa the means to say's. hunnicutt repair. Oh to transport from one place to another. To Latino what. Means to transport. From. One place. To another? It is on upped. Yes mean suitable. It is on up to. Tom Should've Tom. To describe. The Lord's. cording loads of easy liked. Artistes secret. Coming About is a shootout Tom. How. To describe. The low disaccord. Easy. At his secret coming. Remember. Trumpets Trumpet Plagues. During the first three. And one half years. The End Times. Trumpet, plagues. doodling this three hundred one of here's. Cody ended times. Seven trumpet. Is the last. Does sounding of trumpets in Israel. Was a signal. Together that people together. When the trumpet is sounded. Then, they children always while gathered together. So the sounding of trumpets in Israel. Was a signal together that people to get. The God commanded Moses. To make to deliver trumpets. To trumpet so silly. That, he was to use. For, the calling of the assembly. According people to come together. They're calling or the assembly. Let's done to number does. Have Tin. Numbers. To ten. Was To. The scripture says. Number stepped out of us to make the to trumpet so Silva. Overhaul peace. Show to though make shell to them make them. Tadao masks to use it in. For the calling the assembly hundred four day jennings. For the gaining of the comes. So, this is told to make two trumpets. Silver. Bus Three. Hundred winner they shall below with them. All the assembly shall assemble themselves to the are today, Dole or the Tabernacle over their congregation. So, we see here the US. Over there trumpets. That more. This was told. To make. Then exodus! PICKS PIXEL! Nineteen. Was Sixteen. Anita come to. US owned a sad day in morning. That's at our son does and lightening Sunday thick cloud upon the mount. Voice of the trumpet, Exceeding Loud, exceeding loud, so that all the people that was in there comes trembled. So we see right today. The trumpet. Being blown exceeding loud. Pappas. Trumpets while Brown. So when he god wished together his people. How to the best of Mount Sinai. To proclaim me slow. He used the voice. Over the trumpet. Trumpet was used. To gather. The children are weasel today. To the best of Mount Sinai. So that he could. Proclaim. He's alot. Trumpet. In frost somewhere. Somewhere up to. That team! has done to. Somewhere. Joke to. Thirteen. Verse. Three Some Tina three. Hundred Jonathan. Simone Garretson over the Philistines. That to was. undefeated stains. The Blue Trumpet. Throughout all the land saying. Lead today, Hebrew here. Headed them here. Blew the trumpet. So when King Saul wanted together the people he would trumpet. For throughout their landy. Brew the trumpet. So today land. So, trumpet being used. Together. The people. Also, in Joel, This good, too. Over Joel Trumpets. Being used. Right here. In Joel Chapter Two. was, fifteen. Barada Trumpet in Zion Sanctify at fast call. Solomon Assembly. Trumpet. The Prophet Joel Proclaims Time. When it trumpet is to be sounded inside. To call a solemn assembly. Trumpet. Trumpet. They're being used. The sounding of this last trumpet we are dealing with. Is, delete Tarot Photo Fear Mint. Over the type. Of. The Jewish feast of trumpets. This is why they're not. Sounding of this last trumpet. Is nearly two zero. Four fierement. Over the type of the Jewish fees of trumpets. Knows a Jewish feast. Of Trumpets. Roche. ALL IS H. Roche. Shawna Age All is edge. Noble in. Roy's. Shawna. In Leviticus chapter twenty. Three. So good to. Look at all these. Scriptures. Vikas. Anti three. and. Says Sir. Trained to fill. Into! Their vehicles twenty three. Buses trending four. UNTRENDY to. Five It says the you show not of under the load. That which is bruised crushed. Oh broken or cut. NASA's showed he make an off funding their of. In Your Land Nasal from strangers. Hun, show you offer. The bread over your God. Any of these because. They're corruption. is in them. and. Blemishes be in them. They shall not be accepted for you. Trumpets. Oh sorry i. read the the wrongs scripture. Pardon on me. Have, read the Chapter Twenty Two of twenty three. Few kind of goes twenty, two twenty three says. Trend to four to five. Speak Unto the children of resolve say. In the seven month. Into today of the month. Shelly. Have a sabbath. Immemorial blowing trumpets. On order convocation. Memorial of blowing over trumpets. Convocation. He, shout, do know. Savell work. Therein. You shall of an offering. Med. Onto the load. So trumpets. While blown. Trump is once again. where it'll be sounded. Together God's people. Close, not just. In. The all the testaments trumpets. Going to sound once again. To gather goes people. There were times when does sounding go trumpet. Would gather. God's people. Then there were times when does sounding go to trumpet. Would gotta just princess. Over that people. Dowa times when the trumpets sounded. Handy to God God's people. Then there wa times when the sounding trumpet. Would Jessica depresses. Over that people. Let's look at numbers. Put on me. Numbers Ten and was four. Blow but with one trumpet. Then the princess. We. heads over them so viso shell together themselves. Onto. Right to their. Trumpet Blown. And then the princes. How together? So at trumpet is to be sounded. The festive phase. Of Their Fuss resurrection. At Trumpet. is to be sounded. Fuss face. Over there first resurrection. Oh, FESTIVUS! Over the second advent this. Phase? Out Fuss, resurrection. Hole Fuss to face. The second that event. So. Fuss Affairs. Hold this fuss resurrection. Their rupture. Over the princess. Princess. Explicit the rupture who the bride of Christ. SPREADS TAKES SPLITS. So these princes. Will Rue the world. Purpose. People take an in ruptured the. Can in the rupture. is to rule. The world is show rule under reign with Christ racial rule. In Isaya thought to to. To? To. One. Behold a king show rain. In right yes news. On Princess show rule in a judgment. To US lets us know that Princess. How going to? Going to rule. In judgment. So defected at. Trumpet Signifies the rupture. Over the bride of Christ. fucked. That to the seventh trumpet. Signifies the rupture. Of the bride of Christ. Is cleared is seen in opposed to writing to the church. Thorough NAIKA. Is Clear as seen. In, impose writing. To the Church Out. Ron Ikea. In Fuss Cicero neons jumped up four. Says, ruins. Full. This. Look to that. RADICATI said. Was Runyon stepped of four verses sixteen. And, seventeen, For the Lodhi himself of shadow descend. From Heaven with a shout. With the voice of the Canedo under with the trump of God right to that. We do know trumpet of God trump over going? Under dead in Christ. Shall Rise. trust. The dead any Christ. Show a riser fussed. Part of the bride. By the time he comes for. Those bribing members. Most of them. will be dead. Then apportion. Short drew to be a small portion. Would it be alive within? The poll is telling the. Pharaoh NAIKA. That dead we rise funnest. So. The I can Kendall. We will sound the trump of God. Trumpet. We lose sound. When did dead? The dead. Will be resurrected. And leave? and. Then of course, those data life. I we know we will be changed. And Simultaneously Oh tenuously. Remit to the Lord. In the air. Those that are been resurrected when they are under SEM level with those that are leaving then small Tennessee. There will be caught up to meet. The load had to cloud level. No group will put US precede the other we see. Christ higher. Like the early church had a problem with. We are going to see the Lord. Hell. Little idea than you people. We will I will see the low. The little is. Done you harder to correct to that. You say he's not like that. Today in Christ shall rise fast. Come on the same level with living living changed. And then simultaneously they are caught up to me to the load. Nine, preceding the other to me to the Lord. To See the Lord. So. As in his role or world? The, sounding of this trumpet. Will gather together. The pre says. Like to walls. In the all these oil. Is Sounding of the trumpet. Gather! Together the princess. Paul in I Corinthians. Fifteen! First Corinthians. Fifteen. Paul said to something here. was is shifty one. To. Fifty two. Fuster Koreans fifty one to fifty two. Behold I show you mystery. We shall not all sleep. By the time Christ comes about. Poised sobriety, not all will be dead. Not all those that are going to be the bride of Christ will be dead. We shall not all sleep. Hi, Shannon mystery. We shall not all sleep. But. We shall all be changed. The dead! WILL BE RESURRECTED Within your body. The living will be changed. Into a new body as why Paul is saying. We are all going. To be changed. For this corruptible. Body. Dead rebutted with their corruptible buddy corruptible if you alive. You have corruptible body. as saying for this corruptible must support turning corruption. And these motto. Mass support tone immortality. Both those that are dead and those that we will be alive then. BALSA groups will be changed. They report on on incorruptible body. They re put on immortality. The dead will be resurrected. Where the metality? Living will be, changed. Entry mortality with the that will be given an immortal body. So. naughtiest. Reference to the last trump. Call we are where we have a guest read. In verse. Till one. All Day show you Mr. we shall not all sleep. But we shall all be changed in fifty two in a moment in a twinkling over overnigh. Today last trump. Not is not word today last trump. He tells the reference. To. To the trumpet, sounding to trump Sony that Ross the last trumpet. Sondhi. Disowning of this of this last. Trumpet. His found in revelation chapter ten. Revelation ship that ten. We really gone. Slowly. So that we can. Stunned! These listen revelation ten and was. Seven. But in the days of the voice. Over the seventy s angel. When he shall begin to sound. The mystery of God should be finished. As he has declared. To his servants. The Prophets The mystery of God. Is finished. And in revelation eleven. And was five. Revelation. The Venom on widowhood to them. By a procedure out over there most. Undivided as their enemies. Leave the widow hat to them. He must. In the Simona. Be Killed. In the someway. You'll be killed. So the last trumpet sounds. And the child is caught up unto God. And trees thrown. Who is this manage child? Munnich awed. He's the bride of Christ. The money child. Is caught up unto God. Onto his throng. REVELATION TRAVEL And was. Revelation toll. On, that she brought forth a manage child was to rule. Remember the princess how to was to rule on nations. With Rod O'Brien. Honda High Charter was caught up unto God. Countries on. Refunds to the bride of Christ being. Caught way. Unto God. then. CICERO Ninh's. Sonja steptoe full. And was. Seventeen. This done here to force seventeen. Then, we we, you're alive under remain show to be caught up together simaltaneous. Him in the clouds with those. That have been resurrected. Under put up. Put on. Immortality to me to the Lord in the air, and so shall we. Ever. Be With a lot. So. This is. Described is symbolically. In, revelation. Chapter Twelve. Revelation twelve. One Zero Five Revelation verses. One through five. And are. Great one heaven. Closet with the sun and moon. And feet. Porno. Head Grow twelve stars. Being with a child cried traveling in a bus and the pain to be delivered. and. They appeared another one day in heaven, and it'd be Great Ready Dragon having seven heads antenna homes, seven crowns our ponies. he's ads. and His tail grew the part of the stars of Heaven and the. Did. Custody them to the. And the drug understood of before the woman, which was ready to be delivered for twenty one child as soon as it was wrong. And she brought to fourteen child was through all nations. With their auto violent. Child was caught up unto God. Hunters thrown. So. To their. The description. Is clearly given. How to comes to the bride to be caught up. Elman close the with the sun. And Moon and a half feet. This is. A description. Old Testament. All Testament Israel. and. The New Testament judge. What we have guests or read, allman closed. With the Sun. And the moon that have feet. What does that mean? This means. This is description. Of all the testament as well. and. New Testament judge. This woman is to bring forth a money child. was to rule all nations. With a Rod O'Brien which we have, guess read revelation twelve five. This money charities not Jesus Christ. Like we said this money, child is the bride. Hit is the OVA cameras. WHO receive. The promise who received a promise? Ruling over nations with Rod O'Brien. That's a big promise. Ru, all nations. With Road A. Here in the revelation. Serie did this before we close revelation to. Was Is. Trend to seeks. Into Seven CONDIE! He that over comments and keep it my words, my sorting my works. Onto the end to him, we'll I give power over the nation's right today. They showed rue the nations with Ron O'Brien. Honey. Show rule them with a Rod O'Brien and their vessels over potter. A. B. Broken. To cheer us. Even as I received. My father's. I found. So. He told comments the all calm. He'll want to be in the bride of Christ. Just know the name of their game is over Comey. What I've we overcome. How many weaknesses of your come? How many scenes in your life of your come? You want to be in the bride of Christ? The name over that game. He's all coming y'all come these hit over comments. He that come. That very word Sophie wanted want to be in the bride of Christ. You must be ready to overcome the weaknesses and it out so many. We have always seen them hot Tabas. So many things that we have all come. And then the Lord will give us everyone. We are going to continue. Next, his savvy! I trust. The law has been working with the U underway to continue to work. With you. Thank you for listening and made a lot bless you. Hey Man. A. A. A.

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Burn Da MK- Season 4 Episode 13

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Burn Da MK- Season 4 Episode 13

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The barn indicated soaked. We are bound to get to do favor. Make sure you follow us. Pop those little bubbles on our ahead falls on instagram at in. Kpd cavs again. That's m. katie. Pd casts falls on youtube as well with our new series in store at k. Travelers yes we just got back from new orleans for mortgage day. We have vicki blast. My nigga especially understand. Things are moving. I was working others have been doling. Oh yeah absolutely absolutely. It's like it's like that because even k. The motherfucking because i the mother book in live another news. There's this disease Day up the new orleans. It felt it fell back. I wish we got back on bourbon street. I wouldn't say welcome home. Welcome home my son. You need that that day or two reacclimated. Oh burr. we're shit. We even got that we. We'll monday night tuesday. I took off like the entire day. Like i have slept dot clients the training out do due to one and they'd the what's sleep that's all. Ibm's asleep the next abbot dragon ass all week realistically like even this the social media aspect and promotion and get a post out in following up is i. I had a few follow ups in his foot. I really i tomorrow. I'm not doing shit. So i need a day where it kinda like. Even though i didn't really do. Shit that tuesday when we get back still did enough to make me tired while she took that entire fucking day off and just chew Tomorrow or sunday. I got lucia run house. But i'm gonna just fucking to be more creative in trying to get some some things out you know what i'm saying but Bro i know next week man this week. I'm not alive like a ton of fucking work to do this week. getting back from vacation and man you know at the end of the week go ahead and back out again allowed us. We can have been kinda kinda busy. Keystroke rely trying to the shit. Don't get orders out of time. So you know i ain't mad about a man. This week went by fast as hell think about it. Sounds it feels like literally jets in new orleans like a day or two ago. Oh yeah absolutely we will walking down bourbon the goddamn gundy as you know we back in their cars like mad but the good thing is. I'm kinda glad that was the week. That was a weekend like a star. A good song vacation. You know what. I'm saying or even soft good spring break from time to recoup. Imagine the way we went down there. Hardy and we get back to work next day. I'll be no good to taking off to. I would have to like their For no goddamn discuss about. Listen to that I'm calling out. And yeah and i got prompted game video by the pto news here. You got me fucked everywhere. This pto is just letting you know. Why exactly exactly the details motherfucking courtesy. I'm gone. I'm out regardless in life more. Check news so walking. Did you get you a nice big helper of the month. Where i'm still gonna take the fuck off road navy navy having it all fucked up thinking that if people aren't gonna take off from work well i just say oh yeah You're not going to be able to leave no motherfucker. That's your problem. Is that month and then like we always talk about the entrepreneurship and and people. You know in a entrepreneurship and others are non five. I have. I have a homey man. She finally hey. I need help this man. I've been listening to you for years working for yourself just i. It's not easy working for yourself but yet more peace of mind in control of what you do the harder you grind the better you network the nick of the better. Your business is going to be simple as that we were talking about this shit and just you know just being able to have that type of freedom. I wouldn't necessarily say freedom. Watch entrepreneur. you know man. We can work standing up side but you know being able to control your freedom. I think best big difference or yeah. I think that's the biggest thing like i said i. I'm not banging against the by. Who does or does not work for you. Know from sales does go rhino. Nine five. I admit that that's all well and good. You know All like you said. I need a little bit. Their freedom In a sense because you know realistically like it just feels did to make money when you wanna make it and move when you wanna move. I'm saying you gotta be here for war. You know so many is today. You gotta be out our day. You gotta dry. I mean it's cooling automated wrong but again when you control your money. It just feels a lot better nine. I'm not saying that what i'm doing i'm putting a bunch of you know you know me as god's not park right now but it's a different not will you are working hard in a sense of. You're not working hard stressful or working out. We stress out a. You're making a good return on. Hell you make a damn the higher profit and grew return on investment. That you may for your business. You know so that that. That's all where we're all always rewarded marketing. You know 'cause even at all. I'm always trying to find another way to do to get a quick. You know. Quick little hustlers Where we at the market. You're already got it man. Listen we buy against south from god. Damn pictures motherfucker for route. Let me so many ideas. Just you know entrepreneurial standpoint and just dan we sit here. We take pictures of everything man. We've hired two events. We know we you know we scenery shit like that lady really pulled up at all. Herships in printed in frames were painted on the litters. That like the glass loss. You when you look at small paper frame. Morning are making tales bro. I wouldn't even matter the hustle. Dial even like one or the pitch. It was like from a funeral. Mme that's going to your funeral. Pitches alert right. She doesn't on the rights to the photos. But that's that's another avenue you know the media company that you can make another string right calm. But even that's autumn fucking scenery kitchens. We have colorado by almost pitches from the boat of at night. Miami like one or two pitches tip. I'm actually gonna blow up to like a twenty seven forty cleaners on like i say what i saw that i'm like no what i got. All the different pieces of different things they body on. Somebody's there off who somebody's by the shit outside of me. So like i said but agai- variation we would never thought about this year. We damn solved it. You know what i'm saying. I know me for. I never about me. I thought i did. I did a few things online. As far as pictures. You know extra Online stock photos in shit got under sought thoughtful type stuff within. You don't really get paid off for example. I had a kennel pixel right now with that being said the penalties people can't dow she can make money off it. The bad thing is is donation donation only so if motherfucking down all the time and i cannot make one dan donald it Versus if i sell them picture even if i print out you know let's say now fifty pictures right and pay fifty bucks for a dollar picture right within. I sell it Fucking five bucks so five times what fifty. What is that Was that two hundred eighty bucks. That ma is from fifty dollars to two hundred dollars profit so shit like that. You know what i'm saying and that's Also that does not like yeah any. Let me ask you. You have any. Amc's that you'll i think i do. I don't know i got you got some money. Have you been checking your sheet. Now i gotta i gotta go. Why wasn't this skyrocketed hamas issue. Now look i wanna say like sixteen sherry c. Amc saw earlier amc entertainment. You it is down right now. it is at a bar is new. it's tyrod. i'm trying to see what okay it's a one week. So you all got sued saying yeah that shit that she was at general i it was at a thirty twenty nine bucks. Oh fifty something earlier today. Fifty earlier the It dropped is it is now like forty happen is everybody's started selling their share guaranteed you. That's what i follow me is short those distortes there because i was hearing something about the same shit where was his like off like don't sell they're like. Don't say amc stock now. They're trying to do is they're trying to prevent short sales. So that's why stock relating rise some or has fallen back damn down because people you know trying to get there i got. I'm trying to pull up his dad app and see if i have any time i had to grab one. Let me see you were the one to. I think i'll go back. I never went back on shares no. Anc is amazon amazon amazon. Share so i gotta go back. I'll go back and buy one by by wanting to see you know hopefully come should dig off a little bit like my my motherfuckers. Southwest and delta have had fluctuated little bit My ford is whatever Did i got a carnival. The carnival one in the region has had has had kind of gone up a little bit so most of the travel sheets are going to going up. I believe that things are starting to get the fuck out again. So i am opening frame that those stocks kind of go up a little bit. Sure now. i'm not gonna lie from. I started like. I saw one hundred fifty bucks. She's like five hundred dollars so my shit has gone up but at the same. Does this just in general. Like when i started up one hundred fifty bucks in john roberts and bought like a bunch of different as she was low but then now is like that five hundred even because It's like even right now because all star on equity is talks about so definitely a attractive man. Daniel bush stalemate in like right now on rodin that those coin shit man. Listen i i was so fucking hurt all advantages just like you said the penny big at i walk. I'd say wouldn't even hit a penny that's crazy for just give me some like walkway damn ten k. Clean that's ten k. clean. And i'm i'll call it quits. I need to recoup any much novitiate. We all down up all over like ten ten million think about it should be. I'd need issue like man to think about it like a year from now. That's how i'm looking at. I'm looking a little bit lo- long-term not on that aspect. I wish it would hit got opinion. Overnight man fuck out hash outcasts Taking no for the nine nine in the two thousand cast on. So i'll go. I'll go to the bank and get my shit and bands like barely Seriously i that's that's dumb cash now so let it let it just gets a penny think about. That's what that's like a million for blue like a million amino or or one hundred k. Out will is more than i have right now. So yeah his money than i got right now so regardless how good it will get taken up list with the trip and savannah though how how long how how. You'll be down in the pope on that just a little quick quinton zone. Okay yeah definitely go by the Raw definitely go by their Wasn't there's another little spot that was like a little little pub I forgot which named river walk some irish pub or some shares ashbury dope one about when the mini pies. I got thrown out of. So you know. I even review and i got i got thrown out in it was it was it was fire. Fire big about. I got thrown out of l. bar dope flavor. I got thrown out tweet lounge. Excellent today i got thrown out of a Were thrown out yet. Been thrown out of a new orleans bar lounge. Because then it's a different type of vibe down there bertelli like it's really different down. There is like nigga chilly. What i'm saying. Shit i know i don i i i literally just and even then it's a kitchen. It really is a different type of hostility down there because when we were down there we were literally chilling the entire time. You know what. I'm sayin' and drinking and smoking is like having a good time and nothing. You can't do that in atlanta is just. It's maha on this video. You just can't go drink and smoke everywhere else. Much thompson sheet with you. You know what i'm saying. But in new orleans it's just multiples down as i majored a little party foot. The bullshit just party and vibe. I think about it with the You know what we just fucking chilling. We you know we just went we here for a good time now long time nigga what out definitely a guy go back to where casey food was What does that north columbine or or some shit like that corner buying columbia argued like north columbia driver. Some shit fuck it up. man don't beating. Nah we we need go back over there like during the same time when it had their little their little What do you call them. Damn things gatherings we like thinking about it. They had food trucks. People were selling stuff all under the damn bridge it was like this is legit this legit like strip. He really needs of a car. Who were selling drains who were selling merchandise. People were showing off carnivorous. Damage drag racing. It was like a festival under the bridge down area dam mustang seattle fucking broad. That's on the only It was a rough riders. Type absolutely absolutely ayar definitely. Are we post trailer. The we pose a few more trails for the in k. Travels you will definitely see some of these clips again. We're working still on episode from miami. We got we went out. Dr an we're down and nola we've on other place so yeah you're going to have a slew of different things that we all do that you will see us on the other side so please stay tuned for mk. Travels 'cause we are out here. We will be back back outside. Debit or i think i. I think the next door needs to be managed bill. It's only like a three and a half. Wow ride from the crib. I mean i some friends. Just come back from nashville man like they were on a balcony overlooking the street summertime and give me new orleans vibes google the damn kingdom of the dan music my nicholas right san say you feel me we can go is she. Had three hours day. Shit might realistically three me that. Why bet three hours three hours a change environments attorneys revived in. I'm for i four this but you know i'm down to hop on a plane to but if you can get some way different not give you a hey new var and six hours and under academic that ride is also that saying. We're like six hours. Six hours max for me now. You know what i'm saying and it just it depends for six hours driving a florida. Still maybe other avenues off florida's a nightmare. We're other ems over. Florida in general on the tar. Especially if you have to get on that gamma turnpike. Nigga would longest stretch of highway. Been on what fucking the damn last. Stop to the dam into the world type shit. You know what that damn i sixteen is atlanta's pretty fucking day to i've been well how was shit. But once you get past i fucking. I clocked out the gay life. You know i wrote the nolan. I drove the no. And i drove back. I'm i thought. I was gonna be taught me today all the work. I've been doing all week. And i got about halfway and i'm not i'm not gonna make it like i close my. I'm i'm hurt. I was hurt. Well some god damn god goddamn shut for batting shit. I got that if you can keep your six six hours engine. And i'm i'm on a ride. You know to get in the car ride man. Just the got anywhere. There's so many somebody places you know locally and regionally that i've never touched. This is my first time being in savannah bro. I say you need the game. June as long as i've been i've been in georgia. What twenty years. I've never been this event. Wow a side. I think most of The major cities in in georgia. So like so we look out a major talking about of course land. He's have also been to gase. Oh oh okay. Go man the gusta they got. I would love to check out the We'll probably be unable to check out the masters asks you to be down. Yeah oh yeah. Golf courses in north augusta evans areas. Yes shouldn't a cousins and we can go there for them. They got to our eyes sheds. And john mccall. They met ron o'brien k. Travels gusts. we recall why we want. We will have there probably sometime soon. I don't know we'll be there. But anyways i i've been i've been to. I've been to of course atlanta Bench you Make in Savannah 'bout oeste columbus albany And then augusta. If you ask to banana and so if you take all the major cities of georgia i think i've been to all them now. A few cities here. They are probably not but just the major cities. They always have something big in or festivals. Or you know band it got even you talk about just even cities reason you're using it even cities not a regional to us. The florida panhandle. I'm i don't think i'd ever be to his inner city king in shit deaths. There ain't been the pensacola. This side down here the shores i will i want to hit the gulf shores. You've been city. Oh no. I've never the my kids depending city. Luckily has but i haven't been panama city. Hey man you know man k. Travels negatives right had shot. I don't i can ride down for a couple of days where you clear or shit like oh by a you know i. I've been but just like i forgot. You know what i'm saying. What it looks like overall biloxi mississippi in the gulf gulf shores touted gulf shores. And then they need to go down and at that they have some nice as beaches beaches in the gulf shores began. To go down there you go. I need go back to texas. I need to go back to denver. I need to go back to chicago. I need to go back to dan. Dc and new york and jersey. We went to new york in eighteen. Plus years now it's been crazy nerlens sane way nearly. dc a. oh. Yeah i have. I haven't been. I haven't been baltimore and little bit time and philadelphia let alone connecticut areas. So we we. We got we got. We got hit up local east coast. Yeah i haven't been going anywhere. Like i haven't been on top. Which is crazy. I usually go to new york. All its on their early part of my life. I just think this crazy but virginia. Virginia a lot of the time west coast man. I gotta eat west gates. Oh yeah absolutely absolutely absolutely am. I say we have got to do that now. Said well as as the biggest thing just making sure that you know a oh no you plan on this summer music. That's got got aiding got. The islanders gomez had in the fire in the spy Before we all desire in expire. Man i remember this. I'm not the kind of adapted to the You know talking about traveling but man it just feels so good or a lot of friends and family and people are fucking backout travel. We back outside back asa. It is competing fucking happy. Tell you i'm an extrovert man. 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5.04 Hard Decisions

Still Queer as Folk

52:43 min | 1 year ago

5.04 Hard Decisions

"Hey faggot here's five bucks. Why don't you suck my cock charts way more than that for astles like you? Stop it and want to get exit. Go On, hit me! Give my blood all over you. From slightly unbalanced, we are still we're as. I'm Patrick ramble. And I met Dominquez today. We're talking about four of season. Five minutes called hard decisions, which wasn't the type of hard that I thought this was going to be about. So so hard bid first aired in the US on June, fifth, two, thousand five. It was written by Michael Maclennan, his twelfth of fourteen episodes most recently, he had road season, four's the snake in paradise, but was no bug Taser episode that was A. Big Fan, hard decisions was directed by Kelly making one of my favorite queer as folk directors, and this is his ninth of eleven episodes. I think my favorite. Kelly make episode was season three's. There's nothing noble about being poor. That was the Ethan Gold episode where he had to decide if he was going to be straight and issue Justin so that he could go on tour, and then Brian buys them off or tries to buy him off with one hundred dollars, one hundred dollars good deal, I'd buy ultra a hundred dollars a. US Hot. I miss even whatever happened to that kid. We. We know how they wrap up. These stories terribly just gone. Here's the synopsis of hard decisions. Three way custody begins with Lindsay Melanie and Michael Splitting Baby Jr three ways. Brian tries to lure Michael Out of suburbia and back to Babylon by three superheroes theme night at Babylon in another story ripped from the headlines HIV positive hunter bashes his head at his swimming, and Kelly's parents caused chaos by screaming out that he has aids. These people is debby begins her life of leisure after retiring from the diner only to find herself right back in the diner to Solve Loretta problem with her husband. Ted had plastic surgery. I guess because sure why not he s so the a story here was a little convoluted, but I I kind of broke it off into the domestication of Michael Gray to describe it. There are pieces that interwoven with different story. That didn't have much to do with jr directly, but had a lot to do with Brian and so. Kind of had a hard time breaking these stories of heart and. I gave the story to hunter mostly because I thought that was a a pretty meaningful story that we had here for once. Yup and the restaurant runners so talk about a story I saw. Everybody gets custody letter. It's official. According to the state of Pennsylvania, now have one third custody, my daughter. Adulation. Could add more. Brian stuck his nose in Bay. It's not his fault. He's the one who convinced Lenzi to fight for custody paid for Goddamn Damn lawyer. She's chairs motor to. It's only fair. Now we get to split a baby three ways. and. I found it interesting to see the different reactions from all three parties. Melanie was crushed. Lindsay was overjoyed and Michael Blames Brian Shocking. The first thing I wrote. As soon as he has reaction to the letter, was that he still being an asshole about Jr, I think this. Focusing on Michael's reaction to the letter ties into a bigger thing that I noticed within this episode, which is, it was so frustrating to watch Michael trying to find this need to fit as some sort of model gay. Like. It was driving me nuts. You have been who is struggling to put together. This cramped the crib when when the and he's, he's cursing and Michael. Said, you'd better watch that potty mouth and I'm like who the fuck are you tried to impress. You won the like you semi, won the court case and that you are considered one third the parent now, so that's a victory for you. You're going to have child you're. You've saved another child from the streets. You've now bought this house like what are you? I did think it was weird. That ben was swearing that way though the zen professor will, he was only doing it because the writers said we need you to do that. Yeah. They make Michael's point work. Land amp it up a little. Skip Meditation that day, but now Lee. I don't want to lambast the show for like doing that. In terms of what they're trying to say with Michael Sort of change at a person because I think in the early odds I can see that being something gay culture. There was something that Geico was trying to aim for which is a sense of normalcy, so we could fit in, so we could be accepted a theme that Kinda plays out in a scene later on in it I could also see that there'd be like a twenty twenty version of the show that really call this out in saying that there is not a right or wrong way to be gay unless you're Republicans. Sorry, that's my personal opinion. I like that opinion. Thank you? Justin shows up at Lindsay's I. Guess it's Melanie's house. Not Lindsey's house in Lindsay happens to be out Melanie's house. I'm curious why linzie through some shade at Justin. Guest Guest. Didn't we agree you're going to ring the Bell? Not just pop in. Lindsay. Justin. I haven't seen since he's been back from La. Oh I was planning on calling but I. Don't have your new number I'm sure Bryan could give it to you. I don't know where that line came from. Remember how they always love to use Justin as well at least Brian Lives US Justin as a punching bag i. feel like that rubs off on Lindsey here like yeah, he's been. been out of Hollywood, he thought he was making the movie of his his comic like he was about to live the dreams like us. A little preoccupied. Sorry on. It's also not like these three people ever seem to have had a relationship where they are constantly checking in. It's like we don't see them. Call Him in Hollywood. For example right? How are things going out there now? Yeah. But when it's Melanie and Lindsay, why is no checking in on them owens? He gives a speech about Melanie and getting her way. That's what's killing this man. Does nothing to do with the baby or the custody agreement? It has to do with you. Melanie Marcus. Not Getting her way, not having complete control over everything. We'll tough shit. You don't I didn't see it that way. Though I I think Melania's genuinely pissed off that she asked to share her child that she just had now is one person that she doesn't live with, but with two people so surely there's a quite a bit of postpartum depression going on here, right, so oh, yes, I. I don't think she had any other reason than that for getting pissed off I. Think Lindsay was wrong, so it's interesting. You bring that up because my I was in my immediate reaction to it was I kinda liked Lindsey putting Melanie and her place. Did, you think it was fair comment as the episode continued on and I think there is something to be said for where you're describing as postpartum. My first thought was oh. Lindsey sort of fighting her voice like she's finally fighting for something that she wanted especially after the way melanie was publicly dragging their dirty laundry to like just be vindictive, but as the episode progress as like that last image, we have of Melanie sitting alone like in the living room as it rains. Oh No, she's hurt aid. Yeah, so gas so I. Bring this up because now. It's kind of making me reevaluate what was going on in that scene. Yeah, if anything I think the writing staff needed to make it a little more clear about what is Melanie's problem. Why is she tearing up Lindsey at every opportunity? Why is she tearing up? At every opportunity right the obvious thing as they're taking her child away. That's what less than a few weeks old sure. Yeah, and she's going. She's going into a mode of mother protecting child. Yeah, exactly you know. She has bonded with her child that she. Carried for nine months with. All the rest of her world's crumbling down, but the child. She brought into this World C., I. Everybody wants a piece of that child. Everybody about these are like the Golden Child, is she? is she the Savior to humanity pretty cute? She's adorable. Yes, so I give props to that, so Bryan Out of nowhere seems to launch this scheme to get Michael Back from suburbia by throwing a hard oranje heroes night at Babylon. It surprised me though because I. Why is he trying to rescue Michael Wisey? CARE that much why? Why isn't he just kind of leaving Michael to his own devices and say Kay, run off with the nutty professor and suburbia. I I I I. Don't I, don't understand like. Is He just trying to? I mean it's probably goes into like why he bought Babylon and just tried to make the same Babylon. Better was, and that he just he doesn't want things to change. It's also weird because I. Think There's also we've seen a lot of growth in. Brian. So why is he also fighting the change that other characters are going through? This is Weird Little Inc.. I feel he's being torn until like the Brian that I was looking forward to see go through a growth, and the Brian that like I guess they wanted to just appease certain fans or something I. Don't know as having trouble with. Yeah, just wasn't clear to me. What brands trying to do there? And why? He's running the scheme to earn back apparently the poster that he designed her. I'm sure Justin. Designed isn't appropriate from Michael's younger clientele. but his gay pornographic comic book is right I was GONNA say rages really graphic. Puerto, yes. Puerto Rico is. It doesn't hold back so yeah, and you know again about Michael trying to be this model gay that like now also it almost like he wants to tone down the sexual part of his homosexuality, as like you can be a sexual person, and still be like a good person like there's something about him like equating that with bad more depraved, which then like that's that's that's. That's sort of bullshit that we like that. We as gay people grew up with like we're being told. No of that's wrong. That's bad you shouldn't do that. You shouldn't have that, so it's very strange to. Is this sort of infiltrate Michael when they make a deal that Michael is going to go to the night as long as Brian and Justin come over for dinner. And thinking, Gee, what could possibly go wrong with that idea and would Michael be at all surprised by it. So where do you think was going to happen? Yeah, exactly. At the dinner party was great, however Oh yeah, this dinner party. It was like from go. It was like a performance like. We're in the right place the way it was going into the room from the wine that he selected from the conversation they were GonNa have like it fell all like. This is the checklist of what we have to have to show that we are the mature dais. It completely reminded me of a season. One Story at Dr David Cameron's architecturally perfect mid century modern house. Yes Michael's friends come over. He's horrified by the behavior. He gets angry. He's evolved, and they haven't, but even ally in Monte. Their friends are recycled characters from the Blaine and Blair story and season ad hoc crecy. Don't do it. That was the one where at was the naked made. So it's almost like they're. The writers just keep running out of ideas here. They really should have checked in with light. The fantastic community because there are definitely better stories to tell them on recycling season. One RX and having Michael be surprised by Brian's behavior at a dinner party like that. Yes, we've had so many episodes before this. Where Michael Gets on on Brian's case about why have you changed? Why haven't you grown up? Have you done this? And throw it in a monogamous gay relationship that's out in the suburbs with children that have quite nice at home. You're going to be surprised at the way, Michael or the way. Brian Behaves in front of them that that's like that was bringing lambs to the slaughter. When Brian pulled out his sling and Monte is looking at the sling kind of IENA. Sling, it's like no. This is bubbling underneath the surface. It's okay you can like it. You can enjoy, but it was. It was that I was like I. Wanted I wind up? Punch his snobby face Oh my God, that'll lawn. We haven't been there new years. You two should come by. As my personal guess, hardly think Babylon suits our lifestyle. Which lifestyle is that Monty? MONTY! Which lifestyle is that Monte? These days. We prefer to spend quiet time at home with our kids. Rather than in a room, full of drugged up pants. You know so many couples. I speak to these days feel that way. That's why I'm starting monogamous Mondays. Brian's a real kidder. Hardly the kind of promiscuous behavior the Babylon promotes is laughing matter. Of Come on Fellas. Don't tell me that after. How many did you say ten years together? You haven't had a little extra. Marital Asks Ryan. Actually we never have. It's called being an immature loving. Like that that level of condescension. Like see! We moved out to the suburbs and we are now raising a child so. Stop being that Peter Pan. As like, wow, you got a lotta nerve because Brian is very successful at what he does. He I liked that Justin Justin pets up. Oh, yeah, he's! He talks about like. Yes. He's the president and CEO can I one of the most successful advertising theme successful. He's all. Yes, so like tap zor show like. You can absolutely have the house in the suburbs and the two point, five children like data's a totally okay thing, but you can also just be like the open relationship. Fuck whatever you want. Be Accessible in your business. You can live that hard life to late. It's fine. It's okay and I think Michael Kinda did a disservice because anybody that's ever planned. Dinner. Party always thinks about like guest compatibility. Try to find the bull in the China shop to invite your dinner party right. Yes exactly and he was, he was saying that up for failure. He he has known Brian for so long that he would have easily have seen this coming. There is another interstitial scene where Justin shows up at Lens Gallery and Lindsey as talking about how couples break up, friends sometimes gravitate to one or the other. This pretty much contradicted what she said, way back and season three, though when Justin started dating, Ethan and Michael tried to chase him away. He went to say goodbye to Melanie and Lindsay and they made it clear that they were gonNA. Remain friends with both Justin and Brian. have. It's not too late. Oh, we're just setting up for the party. You'll be here. Won't you actually have other plans? I came by now to give you guys this. He didn't have to bring him serie. Wait you just got here. Ethan's waiting for me will you can bring him to if you want and if you're worried about running into Brian Forget it. This is the last place he'd be. It wasn't just that. Figured it would be easier for you guys if I wasn't around. By the Halicki think that. You're his friends. First. You're a friend to. We love you the same as him, if not more. So how'd you hold onto that? And give it to us at the party. My point here is that. The institutional memory of the spoke writers just keeps getting in the way of their storytelling. It's like nobody on the show cap the book and say no. Yeah knows where the characters have been and what they're really all about. Yeah. And I think this is probably why we in in our most recent episodes we continue to bring up. Critiques about the writing is that it's harder for us to talk about the impact that the show has when we find flaws in the writing, because then it it it disrupts. The overall service of of why we talk about the show, we want to be able to still have that conversation like okay. How does it hold up today? But when we have subpar writing, we have to call it out like I. Feel like that's just as important when discussing the the social impact of the show I mean the only thing that matters in any anything like this is. Story doesn't matter how many Hunky guys you have, or how many hot sexiness of story is the most important part of any TV show period there? There is no debating that. If you have a bad story, it doesn't matter. Nobody's GonNa Watch. Nobody's going to care. Care Nobody's GonNa. Pick up what you're trying to tell them. If you have a clean story that maybe doesn't have as flashy of cinematography or camerawork that's better and have your characters just Kinda have selective Amnesia from time to time gets in the way of that story listened that works for the golden girls, because they make it funny, but when you're trying to make a drama that has a a social commentary behind it. We need to make sure that you are following through and that you are giving the proper support to those stories. Yeah, you got to be true to your characters as well. It's like we talked about an episode or so ago. It seems like the writing staff just doesn't love the characters. The way that top television writers love and protect their characters, and they would never put their characters into situations where the character is the antithesis of what the winds are coming out of their mouth, so let's talk about this baby handoff. This was gripping I. I liked it. It really got me seen. Melanie have to leave Jr with Michael for the first time. Great acting on the babies part to. Maybe just started crying as soon as it was handed to Michael so good job, baby Jr. one thing I didn't like about this was. The closing cuts that hard house song that was plane. It was back and forth between Brian's Babylon. Heroes. and Michael and Ben with Jr Melania alone in the rain spell like the music in the way of that scene. Did you notice that? Oh my God so much. Yeah it was. The music was perfect for the Babylon night. There was not perfect at all for jr being put down to bed for the first time. Yeah! I'm going to worry about. Feel about this. If anything I, would have liked to have seen. The music completely cut out is soon. It jumped nominee like beside herself hurts. Jr Falling Asleep. Yeah, they're they're so. It would have been so powerful. Do like show us just how jarring the shift in mood and location would have been if they had done something like that, I think that's great. Stoker's folks stick around. We got a lot more to talk about tonight. Syrupy story the night is Hunter I. Tell you a couple episodes ago. That I've warmed up to the young man and his story. And especially because Harris Allen is just acting as little heart out and all of his scenes, so we start out at swim practice, so I guess Ben is apparently a swim coach will and hunters as swimming star Yeah. We started out not being one, and the coach was surprised, and it's all because of Ben. Does hundreds coming through Gangbusters, I always knew he could do it as just needed incentive support. Friends and having apparently willing to take the time to work with them. Thanks appreciate it coach. I'll see you in. Maybe. Ben Shifted his focus from being a Buddhist to just be in a swimming coach. We haven't seen him like teach a class and. Now he's gone. He's gone full suburban Dad, which trust I stay at home, dad very into it. Kelly's back I would have liked to have seen more Kellyanne. Hunter time though I feel like their relationship was choked off like prematurely. Great Angle here where they could have kept secretly. Dating in a really would've added kick to every single story beat. That comes after this because they are doing something forbidden that their parents don't know about, and the stakes are higher, and there's a bigger obstruction. She's almost like a replacement for Daphne Oh. Yeah, whatever Daphne Daphne was the original swim fan remember that. Yes, I mean. She went into her straight room and never came out, but that would have been great. Because, there was that was the. That's the thing that I. Love about the Kelly character one. There's a great chemistry between her and hunter like I was just. I loved watching their scenes together, so yeah. But also yeah, let's let's continue on about this. Yeah, the swimming happens estimate which the tension of the filming of the of his race I loved. Of course, Kelly's parents are there as well and so we get them going batch it crazy over Kelly's heat I. I liked that they were like behind one row on of Ban and Michael I like that placement of them, and I like them screaming and yelling for their daughter. I thought it was funny that Michael is so beside himself over them cheering their daughter of cursor going to do that. That's what parents do. Their kids for him, he for him. He thought it was like a performance, but as I know they could like their biggest, but it can still be proud of their daughter, right? So hundred comes back. He's GonNa win. It kinda didn't look like he's GonNa win it, but then he bashes his head, and the wound starts bleeding all over and go Kelly for jumping into the pool to help hunter. That girl did not pause. She was like in the pool right away to help hunter. It's like you go girl I like. You saw him bleeding and she's sprung into action. Go Kelly then. The drama happens. Be Leeson's announcing to the entire, not a terrarium that he has aids. Hurt himself ship. Leading coach. Don't don't talk. Out of honey. got. There everybody out now. Everybody else. That was okay. So first of all, there's that which wow, go fuck yourself. Fresh Dow is not yours to say even if you were like, it didn't even play like it was, that was concerned for their daughter like the I was. If it was concerned for their daughter, I would've expected them to run down the way. Michael and Ben did to get hunter out of the pool because he was bleeding because he was hurt. Hurt and said they stayed in the stands and didn't do anything to help their daughter out. They could easily have had a quieter confrontation, but now that will deliberate like what an opportunity for as screams the like that, and then you could see. They had no remorse as Michael and Ben were helping hunter out of the pool, and everyone was looking at him. You see Kelly's parents and the smugness on their face was awful. I was so mad. This story was more or less ripped from the headlines of Nineteen eighty-eight. When Greg Louganis it has head on the diving board at the Olympics and bled into the water, and there was a similar panic back then as well, and this is nine, hundred, eighty, eight the world. The stories that touch your life. You. And Barbara, Walters, she's. This is twenty twenty. Tonight the story everyone's talking about. The Greatest Olympic diver of all time. At the nineteen eighty eight Olympics in Seoul, Korea. gayness stole the hearts of the world when he hit his head on the. Springboard and then went on to win two gold medals. The world was at his feet, but what people didn't know was that Greg Louganis four time Olympic gold medalist was one of the unhappiest man alive for Gayness and his coach Ron. O'Brien had kept a terrible secret. On my reverse two and a half, Pike. I knew as soon as I was coming off the board. That I was going to be close. Because I could feel it in my own body. So was concerned. About is hitting my hands, so I came out wide so that the board with you know, go by and I wouldn't hit. You know start coming out of the dive, and then I heard this big hollow Thud! And and then I found myself in the water. I just held my head. In hopes to I didn't know if I was cut or not. But I just wanted to hold the blood in or just not anybody touch it. You hit your head. and there may have been blocking the water. Why were you terrified? because. Ron O'Brien and myself? Were a few people in the stands that that knew. That I was HIV positive? In the nineteen eighty eight Olympics HIV positive. There's one quote from that event that I found interesting or read it to you here. There are no known cases of HIV infection through sports. You need direct exposure of an open wound to infected blood. That was uttered by one Dr Anthony Fauci. So before being Vilnai's by conservatives in twenty, twenty five, she was the one he was one of the top HIV researchers in the world at the time. And then like now he was also mercilessly attacked even by AIDS activists like Larry Kramer and act up, and eventually his his essential role in researching. HIV AIDS was finally acknowledged and praised by this hard asses lake, Kramer. Found, she also played a role in the twenty fourteen boa crisis, and this guy is tough as nails, people Ben Lake insulting him and trying to tear them down since the nineties, but he has science on his side, which is why he pays them no mind and it's also you know recipes Sleigh, Kramer who recently passed away. It's also it was heartening to know that they then had such a mutual respect for each other, and so it was also really beautiful to hear Dr Fauci talked about Larry Kramer when you pass Oi. There's something that. That I got confused about here. wasn't hunter already outed as HIV positive at school last season. No, he wasn't us the ears now his outed as a hooker, not even that no as I thought only Kelly's parents knew I would find it hard to believe that those those two winners would have kept it to themselves for so long right? You think they would've gone through like the PTA. Especially because hunter and Kelly were on the swim team together. That's true, but yeah I mean. I, feel like PTA comes next episode by the way. But. I mean clearly not clearly. He didn't because he was accepted on the swim. Team I was nothing. Yeah I guess you're right. Then only changed once. This news came out right. It's pretty gutsy. That hunter went to school the next day though. Predictably. Some happy. Kid tries to start a fight. Hey Kelly. Wasting your time for he's a FAG. I hear the. We got an old visas pokemon. For Cash. Told! Hey faggot. Here's five bucks. Why don't you suck? My Cock charged way more than that vassals like you. Lucas stop it and want to get X.. Go on. Hit Me! Give my blood all over you. A little predictable hunters through down the blood card. Go ahead me. You'll get my HIV blood all over. You will the fact that he says you'll get my aides all over you yeah, knowing that is HIV. Positive I think he understood. It's hundred bean savvy enough to know that this guy will back off if I even threatened because he's dumb enough to think that could happen. Yeah, I also thought that Kelly was just a little too ambiguously unsure of herself here I would have liked to have seen her take a more active role in defending hunter, and leading him down the hallway, holding hands or something like that I would have liked to have seen Kelly the that forward looking person that sees beyond the rhetoric, and sees beyond her historical parents and own I think she absolutely is and is doing that. Yeah. I wanted to see it though I wanNA. Get that, but that's also like hunter has to be receptive that and I don't think at least in that moment. He was receptive. I mean the fact that he I will say that I think it's amazing. That Kelly is currently though most educated person in the school right comes. To the sexual health everything because she's not afraid to go up to hunter. She was wasted no time game in that pool to help him out. She's defending him to these assholes. We're going to try and be up like, but she's still honored. Her parents swishes to not datum. Though yeah, now. That's something where that's something that I'm Mike. Maybe that's truly out of her control. Who knows what? What her home life I mean that's what her parents are like. Who knows what the home life is like I wonder how the story would play out today. I would like to think it'd be a lot different, but I'm not so sure can very easily be exactly the story that we saw here fifteen years after it was written I'm trying to think. Has Degrassi ever touched on this I don't know I'm trying to go through all of the different topics that they've gone through. Don't think they've ever gotten to wasn't there. One and the NETFLIX's series system get was. He was in a coma like from the bus accident or whatever yes, he was in a coma. That's what was. This almost plays like a grassy storyline, and that is the highest compliment yeah. Like absolutely. Yes there was just like this up pages. Boyfriend Griffin was HIV positive. Griffin has HIV. Strokes what? Are you I sure. Yes, Elliot's that emergency enough for you page. Calm down. Calm down. How could he not tell me well well? There's no well Marco. We drink from the same OJ Carton A. We can't. I know I know. There's no way to pass it like that, but still. Disturbing! Most since I slept with him I think I can relate to your concerns. He just kind of happened. You. Use Protection the right of course, but there's no guarantees. I swore I would never be out of control with the guy again. If he used a condom, still took a risk marco. He took a risk with my life. Oh, forgot about that. They really did touch on everything God. That shows great. Sir I runner. The night is just some simply ends around just Brian This was kind of a quick runner. Let's talk about this foursome that they had at the beginning. Did you notice that all three of them top Justin? He has one hungry bottom and that's. Just gaping, okay, because of the way because of the way it was edited. I was like that's a foursome. Is it because there was so much overlap as I can't count? How many of them there actually are? Is this an orgy or are there three at first I? Thought it was just I. Thought it was just Justin Brian. It a couple times I was like Oh. Did you now? Everyone. Just measure I guess everyone. It's just incredible and I think also okay so what I loved about. It was that they make sure to mention that. The couple is a married couple. Ten years, but they look like they're in their twenties. Maybe they started dating in college. They looked good. Good husband together for. Get your story straight. It's complicated obviously. Going on ten years. Shit. It's amazing. How do you do it? Not Sure I wanNA hear this communication, honesty, respect and a Lotta fucking around a couple of the plays together stays together. That's what I've always said. Nothing kill marriage faster than monogamy. Try that for six months nearly split us up. He started lying, sneaking around. You got me fucking neighbor. He's still kicking him out I thought this guy is hot, so I joined them sold over problems. Were I think it was really impressive about the scene? Is it like a positive side to the open relationship? Given that later on the we go through Michael Flipping out about monogamy, and like showing his monogamous friends that we also were introduced to a married couple. It's like Oh yeah. We've looked around all the time together a good counterpoint. Yeah like what I learned. We we try to do monogamy monogamy. And he kept me and finally. What is like that guys hot I? WanNa join, and it opened up the possibility like Oh, this is what. What we can do and be happy, because we're both deriving pleasure from it and you know there are open relationships that work like it takes, you have to build the trust. You have to lay down the ground rules, but you can make your work and be happy to Oh. Yeah, I, know a lot of couples that are in that situation, and they play separate or together and I. Don't know if I would do that, but. Cheers cheers if that's what you're into I, did like how just an and Brian each had a radically different answer for how long they'd been seen. Each Other Brian said for weeks and Justin's at four years. I think Justin's right, though yeah. I think Justin is closer to the truth even though he had that like. You're lying dalliance with Ethan gold. That's a cater. Yeah, yeah, it's interesting that he describes. He describes. It has four weeks. It's like yeah, I guess if you. Cobbled together at the time that you can truly say you work together I mean it is for just leave out that part about you're going to his problem with him in highschool. Lest we forget there is a really hot shower scene that was going on something. I noticed about Brian's bathroom. About Roy made me cringes at. He has a magazine rack why it has all the gay magazines I hate scene, magazine racks and bathrooms slate. No thank you in and out. Just been I've just spent last night and this morning. Re caulking my bathroom, my God. Needs to call Lita Oh. My God would have been a huge help. I really got to do it again. Because I can feel like that's good. That's good i. just went crazy. Oh, that's good. That's good, a wet, longer, the wet finger. Yep So, this was a good proper runner, though that were saying, we see that Justin, his kind of moving more and more towards wanting something more permanent with Brian and Brian. of course is not on that trajectory right now he's. Exactly who we think he has been for the last four seasons and I like the pacing of this writing. We know that something's happening. We know that something's coming our way. They're not feeding to his jess yet. Though, so in the perfect sense, this is a great runner and I will grudgingly say that the writing staff got this one right. I know that pains you to say. Does. I'll I'll give credit where credit's. Still. Season five four. Decisions. Coming up stick around. Let's talk about Debbie as lady? Of Leisure yes, so Debbie's doing the. At home for Carl. It occurs to me though that. I. Don't think anyone watching. This show would think that Debbie would ever for whatever reason go easily into retirement. Oh, not so it's like China. When it's when it's literally been your life, it's been your life line. It's been the way you survived, and then it feels like Oh. Wow, yeah, ALEC! Everything you kind of had known and you have struggled with. All the results and lifting like what do I, what do you do with it, and then especially because Loretta over as the new Debbie I'm still struggling with Rosie o'donald acting inquiries folk. It comes across just so steph and there's even more steph when. We're pining over her and the diner. Oh, she's such a hoot. Oh, she's so funny. Oh, I'm sorry. What were you saying? Yeah I was just asking how things were Gone Hey Loretta going to need. Yeah wonder, woman. I'm doing great doing for him. Grave back vital not better. That's where it was you. Me Too, so what can I get you pink plate special today's codfish balls what they do with the rest of the codfish. I'll have a bowl the peace. And please don't tell me Pete Piston it. A low. Where's my tuna rap? Tune year is in the wrong joint of bringing chicken noodle. Countries, who? Half. Of the entire scene, it was much more just watching Debbie's reaction Yeah, because because she didn't really, she didn't say much. She's just like it's like that gift. That has been going around. Lena Meyer going. WHAT THE FUCK The nervous laughter while she lets ref later without bitch stole my act. Except that. Bit Stole my act. which which which do you think that pipe person? She was so innocent at first I. Don't know how to do anything I don't have any experience. Man. She hustled made she has would be good. And I fell for it now she's she's wearing my t. shirts and my best with my buttons. That was funny, but Loretta story just isn't doing much for me. It's like I mean it. Hey, Rosie wants to be on the show. Let's Horn in something for her. Exactly like. Let's get her a couple of episodes because she's a huge fan plus at the time she's a big name. Let's just give her giver to episodes, and and a quick story line will get some views then like that's what it was, and you know shows that ten to be near end of life do such things. While there's this funny moment where all of a sudden I had no idea where we were in the queer as folk universe, and that's when Debbie was at Laura's apartment while the scene was playing out, it was entirely unclear to me where they were you. It's like some motel above like gobble or something like it was very strange. I didn't even realize there's a motel at first, but I finally got some clues. When I noticed like a fire extinguisher in the hallway, there was a chain on the door frame. Why wouldn't they just do the show like at Debbie's house or do the scene at Debbie's house or like in the back room of the diner or something like that Why introduced! This like weird sat that we've never seen before. That doesn't even have an establishing shot. We don't even know where they are. Yeah exactly like. The fact that w newer she lived. You're right. What? Maybe she loves above the diner. I mean that could explain to A. So speaking of the Diner Daryl appears at the diner. Exactly. What part of fuck off don't you understand? You. I'm the one with the baseball. Bat. Between me and my wife and she's trying to tell you something. On you're not getting it through your head, so maybe my friend here can. Let's go come on, no. I said No. You are not a Nice Person Daryl. You don't treat me with respect I deserve. And I don't love you anymore. I hope you heard of this time. Now you better lead before me and my fake friends beat the Living Shit. For me, this is where the story line kind of went off. The rails w like. A appears in the background with a baseball bat. Oh I was so into it. Happens to be a trio of leather. Daddy's there two and did Debbie forget that she's living with and engaged to a police detective. Does she have to go? Get a bat and handle this herself, yeah. This is Debbie Justice I mean to be honest like when they were having that conversation in the motel room or in Seattle I that she was going to say no. You don't have to worry about and I thought she was going to get. Horvath that they're. GonNa do but the fact that she's like no. I got my sense of justice and just like throws that bad down. into it. And I mean Karl would have had to arrest her right. If? She actually swung the bath. She was defending herself. now I will say that when Laura's husband showed up, I actually really liked Rosie in the same. I thought she handled that sphere. And like that. That sort of submissiveness that comes with having come from an abusive relationship, even that cringing line of we're not a nice person will. It, it's it's. It's her first time. It's Loretta is first time standing up for herself and she has that people have her back that she's actually a safe place. It was obviously very impressive and then, but then just added to. It was like me and my FA- When Deborah Debbie says BMI. Fag Friends, and you see all these people shift like we'll get you bitch and. I was like that is. That's pink hats. I need cardiologist show with his whistle. I was like happy, fucking pride. I was so into it I. Don't think we actually saw Darryl leave though right? Didn't the scene just kind of cut away and we're just left. Scare him away. Yeah I think I think that and the Leather Daddy's. I mean yes, just because they you know it takes a real man to take it up the ASS so. You beaten. There is nothing. True. Did. You see that kiss coming. OUT OF CUSTODIAN Getting VIBE, yeah! I saw it coming in, yes, tired of. You know they were. They were celebrating that she she wore that Loretta. One that she's like found herself. And of course, the person who has been therefore her from the beginning. Of course she's going to be like the versus she's GonNa develop feelings for like I feel like almost like the rite of passage when it comes to being gay. Is that that straight friend that always accepted you or you know like? That kind of bond is always like that first person like okay. I'M GONNA go. See what happens I. Just see this this story as kind of a curiosity it. It's cute to imagine w as something other than Gayborhood, mom, but again it's like exploring this. Debbie straight relationship with Horvath introducing Rosie. Go nowhere relationship with Debbie the. Curse folk and I think it's a waste of coveted two thousand five gay screen time to be putting it into straight stories. Thank you. You're. Welcome Our last night or the night is transformation. Ted So ted finally get scheduled for his paint and bodywork. There is nice staging here with Ted and Brian's office with all the honky model posters in the background. I like that the couch art. And the butcher shop that was drawn on face. That line was great. PUKE. warned you deny. Then warned you not to gorge yourself out that. Look at me. Like a cow chart in the butcher shop I liked Ted's realization moment that altering his appearance was going to be a gory and painful prospect because up until now it always just kind of seemed like I'm just GonNa go in for a little nip and Tuck, but here i. like Cena's hesitation like Oh. Shit! This is real. Wheeling a patient passed and. There's IV's involved and things like that site. It did like how there was that moment where he's hesitating. God is really worth. It am I really like this bad off some assuming you really like to this part of the storyline I thought it was comic relief and okay. I didn't find a way to take it seriously, and maybe that's why it didn't Apollo me at all, okay? Problem. You know. Here's my problem with it. I really felt that with everyone in this show. Ted is the one that they are always going to. Do something that puts him through the extreme like the fact that he almost had Wysocki oh. My Blake, thank you. The vector had blake the fact that he almost died because Blake. Left him. When he overdosed on drugs when he became the the method to then got gang bang on video to him, almost going to jail because of his porn empire to now say great. We're going to do some really aggressive surgeries because you need to change your appearance like it. It out comes the point where like he's just going to be the caricature for the show of Ari. We're just gonNA pile on you. Did, put into an awful lot. Yes, and I just Y. Y. Also confused and maybe I glossed over it but when? That moment where Brian makes a comment about the obsession of youth and beauty and gay culture, and I'm like like the one year perpetuate all the time. What are you talking about? It, It's just I think he was being ironical. I don't want to give the riders that much credit, but okay fair enough did have a question about this plastic surgery, though didn't Emmett by a fake button way back like just before George Schickel, or did he eventually back out of that because he was out, he does about it. He never got Coche wreck high. So this time the the writers are taking that old idea and just taking a little further up. They're gonNA give someone who's going to go through with it. One thing I didn't like though about this was Ted scream. And when he looked into the mirror and SOM- self in bandages bandages. That was all too gimmicky. Yeah, you can go quo, but to scream like that loud in a hospital setting not on on on. Buy It now. Okay, let's talk about her tops and bottoms for this episode. Sure. What was your top? So my tie to Love the Debbie and Loretta? Sequences I actually I guess I enjoyed Rosie in her appearances more than you did. I can see how it's distracting, but I think the payoff of what comes on in the latter half of the storyline really worked for me, so I liked the scene. Scene in diner where they confront her husband and everyone's got her back and I love that moment in the bar where Loretta sort of let her feelings known and then my other one is definitely a hunter line, and how Harris Allen is playing hunter in this moment like he's still a teenager. He's dealing with the fact like he could have all of the all of that. From Ben and Michael saying like. Your, incredible, you're now the the swim champion and all that stuff, but he's still a teenager who is now about to have an entire school. Ridicule him because something very private, and at the end still honestly that is stigmatized as about come crashing down him, and he will have no support there. So I love the work. That's being done with that story line. We can't a split the difference on that one because my top was hunter's story. Even though it's not exactly original material, I think it was very honestly done, and the story accurately captured early AIDS panic. I do feel like the story is a bit dated, though but I I definitely see happening present day, too. So I thought that the story it was a big winner. And what was your bottom Ted Surgery? for the reasons I stated I think. He Moore's tended to our caricature, and it feels like he's the. He's the only one they have to pile on all these extraneous storylines that put him through the ringer. and I don't think it was nearly as successful as say like his meth addiction arc out definitely yeah, My bottom was your top, which is W STRAIGHT STORY AND LORETTA? It just feels too much like filler to me than the same way that you feel like. Ted's plastic surgery is kind of filler material Mike as I said in previous episodes. I think that there is a lot of missed opportunities for really authentic. 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Eps. #22  The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf & The Witcher Season 3 News

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Eps. #22 The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf & The Witcher Season 3 News

"Welcome to the phantasmagoria m- show on today's show. Please step inside today's wednesday. Witcher watch where we wax about the witcher. Yes people still watch twilight and mundane anniversary from offend friend of a film dammit. I almost had it. Let's go and we are live. Hey steve what's going on man. Not much man. Are you doing today. I was doing so well until that like second last word. I know it sounded great. We got there. We got through trip at the finish line. But we got we I had a day. I had to go to the dmv today. So you know how that can be. But the gods you know the the clouds parted and the gods look down friendly on me and i. I spent a total of twenty minutes. Everything i needed to do. And and the dnb today was. It was brilliant. Probably the fastest time. I've ever had at the dmv. So i'm having a great day. It sounds like christmas shopping. When you figure you're going to be there for about three hours and you get everything within the first twenty minutes. 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Let's fan send cash to their favorite channels. It's like a permanent tip jar that will show up on the on all of the creators videos Youtube has been beta testing this feature previously called applause for several months. And now it has settled on super. Thanks as the name Starting this week it's expanding to thousands of additional creators available in sixty eight countries on desktop and android and mobile devices. Youtube said super thanks will be available to all eligible youtube partner program participants by the end of twenty one which unfortunately has got a. We are not yet but we are working. We were working hard to Get subscribers and the and the hours. Watch time in to be able to do that. I know people. The community loves to engage in that way in super chats and now with this badges super Super thanks now. So that'll be subscriptions channel and comments and likes dislikes kit and caboodle buddy. It's part of the algorithm. That's part of the way the way it works Years will be able to donate money to creators in four months Which vary by market in the us. Those are two dollars five dollars ten dollars and fifty dollars in canada. That's ten dollars. Twenty five dollars. Seventy five dollars in one thousand dollars right benz who make super thanks purchases will see an animated gif balloons flying up there screen. Wow okay great. And highlight comment with their donation. Amount will be automatically added to the comment section where creators can respond to it. So it's kind of like the super shat batch. Bit sounds a lot like that only. It'll be a more interactive a little more interactive It's live on the video is what it sounds like to me so Yeah we thought we let you guys know that that's coming soon and hopefully and also go a whole bunch of youtube channels and communities and. I'm certain that once once the availability for such support is there and people do feel financially comfortable in supporting creators work. It's entertainment and hey if you wanna throw five bucks in it. Never worry about it again. That's what i do. When i go to a bar and so it's it's it is literally tip. It's not that we're trying to flog you guys for cash although if you have any extra i'm just i'm just. I'm just saying in terms of the creators that you want to support this. This is an interesting push forward. I'd like see the back end. w- what kind of take the youtube takes. Yeah i like. I think it's it's still thirty percent just like they're super chat function. So you know they'll take thirty decorator get sixty seventy and then The tax man will get take his but that's setting up a table in someone else's fully market. That's right now. I you know i do. I support the content creators. i love and i think and i think what we've seen is the community absolutely will support content that they love so this is a. This is a kind of a new thing. That's coming from you from youtube. So look out for it on your on your favorite decorators channel youtube channel. Com- complain about the update. Because i'm sure that'll happen inhabitable. It's an is youtube Moving onto our the news the day the the real entertainment news of why we got the good stuff. There's a report that says. The witcher has started writing season. Three already We finally got the release date for the witcher season. Two which are con- which revealed it would be hitting net flicks on december seventeenth That was big enough news. But now we're or from rideni ian internally indian intelligence not sure what that is reveals writing might have already started on season three according to the report sources. Say that writing on season. Three his officially started. Despite any official announcement of season and that the writing team for season two will largely be the same with with some possible promotions so it looks like some. Some people in the writing are in. The writer's room are getting promotions Hopefully raises come with those. Because obviously they're doing good job and they'll be working on season three. I don't you know this isn't the hugest news. But yeah but that. Whole w intro. Good i did. I worked so hard so we had we had to. We had to start It does seem it. Look i think we. We mentioned this yesterday with the wheel of time. What was happening is especially on these streaming services. They're they're seeing this finished product or what constitute constitutes kind of incomplete product And they're making decisions based on that Before anybody a buddy in the public actually gets to see it so so. I think a lot of times people are like well. Why are you putting the cart before the horse. What if it doesn't even work while we know the witcher worked because it was widely acclaimed of the wheel of time obviously had a series of books that our beloved by people So i really do think that that the that the studio heads at amazon net flicks and and others are seeing liking. What they're seeing and and and based on that not van reaction but based on what they're seeing green lighting further seasons. And that's what this seems to be to me. What do you. What do you say scott. I think this is a somewhat different situation than the wheel of time. Just because people have seen season one of the witcher and it got positive response. People like henry cavill is an. I'm assuming he's in season two. Yes so we. We have a henry cavill show and we're going to season three and also it's netflix. And we've just seen a whole reaping of netflix shows. And it's like oh the only way to be successful on netflix. Look if you know. You're successful on netflix flicks. You get cancelled and I think the your would have a word with you Different productions are going to warrant Different attention and i think the witcher is a proven franchise even after just one season. Hey everyone loves. Game of thrones after one season and look how that turned out so it's always people love it until the bad one shows up and it's like it was good until season three or even to we haven't seen that what it is is more for the fans and if you're a fan of the witcher i know i like henry cavill. I still haven't watched the witcher. Get over it. But it's and that's what i've heard and you know next time. I asked if i have homework. Say the witcher clay. And that's and that's one of those one of these situations where hey there are fans of people think that it's really good. They're willing to share it with other people who haven't seen it and say no i wouldn't lead you astray the which is good. Give it a go. And then i'll come back and i'll say yeah. No i i watch like four episodes kinda got bored or maybe i'll say it was the best thing i ever saw. You were surprised by my response to fear street so you never know what's going to connect you never know and so hey if there is more witcher coming in henry cavill is even three. Then i say has been dovetailing on that and speaking of more witcher for for the audience to partaken of face your demons. The witcher nightmare of the wolf premieres august. Twenty third twenty. Twenty one worldwide on netflix They actually dropped the trailer. So this is an animated I think series. That could be a movie. I i don't know about it yet. So let's watch. Nc which choose robes without virtue true diabolical creatures killing there is no place amidst honest men for them. Fear ignorance good business. We just experts in price. You have to keep a brand. What is what fascinates see. I'm a monster hundred at. Bdo has a price friend of yours. Friend of a friend Okay so that was the richard nightmare of the wolf Animated film obviously going to write down. This whole witcher thing. Yeah yeah it looks good. I'll watch this for sure. And this is what we're talking about. When when the these ancillary type of products that they're not necessarily. I guess her spin offs but spinning off of the main. Ip at building a kind of a franchise around these ip's for netflix. amazon and I expect or. I suspect that That both amazon An hbo max and the rest of them will are are going to do the same thing. With their big temples. properties will time comes to mind. Lord of the rings comes to mind this obviously which are and some others with with the with net flicks so I expect to see more of this kind of thing happening. Where it's you brings you deeper into the lore of whatever the ip is Fills in holes kind of kind of like what. What d. c. does with their animated films You know kind of taking up that graphic novel and putting into an in an animated film. I like that I think i think star wars was going to kind of do that with some of their stuff. they're not only the the shows on disney loss but especially with its visions with this kind of animated version of of of the star wars universe kind of fill in some holes and tell stories that may not be ready for film or or. The film may not be the to to film. It made an extraordinary amount of money. this is a great related to tell these or insular stories. Maybe maybe a gap filling stories And and seems like netflix. And any streamers are are the way to do that to expand the ip steve. Yeah we're we're friends right. Yeah okay. So before i get into the animatrix and the brilliant animated marketing that surrounded Blade runner twenty forty nine to say getting in to animated alternate areas of star wars. Like i remember droids and he walks matcher and so i think they've been doing it for a long time and i think it's great that they can do it. Oh yeah but. I don't know i don't think it's anything new no i no. I didn't mean that. I didn't mean new as a concept i meant it was new for in the streaming world on on the streamers it themselves and i don't mean and yeah in terms of in terms of being able to access things like netflix. But it's been going on youtube. Forty nine stuff came from. And i really liked before the blackout or after the blackout. Whatever the blackout one. And that was. It's funny when i talk about black anyway Yeah so. I think it's something that's been going on for for quite a while and i'm happy that got me more interested in seeing the winter. She's in one. Yeah like that animated. So that there is Something else was. It was that voiced by By henry i thank god that didn't sound like an henry. This is all different characters. But still within the same world. And i do i. I really think that this is a way to connect with it. And especially if you're on the same platform is the original Studio were released. Sure yeah. I still look forward to that which are homework. This is definitely what. Yeah definitely. Watch the witcher. And then you'll you'll be set a for. Yeah that's next on the next on the list of brian grazer and brown howard's imagine entertainment draws overtures from potential buyers Now if i'm not mistaken. This isn't the first time that potential buyers have tried to get their hands on imagined entertainment. So i i don't know what precipitated this but this is from variety says imagine imagine entertainment their production. Banner run by ron howard. Brian grazer has been the subject of a renewed. Acquisition talks in recent weeks. Multiple sources told variety investors and potential buyers include an undisclosed sovereign wealth fund from the middle east. Which has been quietly exploring american media investments of late also kicking the tires on imagine are kevin. Mayor and tom stags The former disney executives who have a bankroll of up to two billion from private equity giant blackstone to buy up independent content companies as well as international banks. According to people familiar with the discussions. I hate when just doesn't aside. I hate when news outlets say people familiar with his thinking or people or you're with the discussions to me variety. Usually the it sounds like a bunch of nonsense. He made up the story. But that's neither here nor there The con- the current valuation being floated is between eight hundred million and eight hundred twenty five million sources added so that's a lot of money but that entertainment Imagine entertainment's a huge company. And ron o'brien have built that into something got juggernaut yes by. I think it's interesting that it's so it seems like more and more we're hearing more about these stories about independent content creation houses like imagine and others eight four eight twenty four xlt. Some other ones that are You know on the block for sale. And i don't know if it's because pandemic for pandemic reasons they couldn't survive. It seems to me that that a company like imagined wouldn't have had a problem surviving Or it's just an opportune time for big investment type firms to come in and start snatching these up. You know offering big money for these things because content is the future. Everybody knows it and you know these imagine. Entertainment is imagine entertainment even viable without brian. Grazer and ron howard gap pitch good question as brilliant question and and but does he acquisition. Actually keep them on in some capacity you know. Then why would they sell another good question. And that's i. It's interesting that well. The most interesting thing about that article is that it was printed in variety. Because it's gotta be. It's news for industry people who read industry stuff but it's like those are basic and bumpkin like i don't know anything. I'm from ontario. And it's like why this isn't even news. Yeah well harding about it and it is interesting because it because it poses those questions with independent but i just don't it's like We want to make every future quentin tarantino movie but quentin tarantino will not be involved and it's just going to say his name on it and it's like all right that's right. Yeah it's interesting. I wish we had more Information about the structure of the deal. What the deal is it just catalogue as it is it our ron. O'brien said look. We each put in fifty million dollars to start this thing and now it's worth eight hundred or eight hundred twenty five million. Let's let's you know cash out of this thing and do something new Who knows i. Yeah i don't see the upside for the investor. I don't get the cat and the catalog. I suppose the prestige of the name imagined but if you've with imagine entertainment again you're looking at the people who owned at in the past tense and so now that you know whoever whoever happens to acquire it. I see their name. And i'm like i don't even care about the studio anymore because it doesn't have the recognizable names with the proven resume right and that's just from a movie goer. I got nothing else pal. And i hear you. I hear you. So what happens. If if ron and brian are out right if they're not part of imagine entertainment anymore it's owned by some middle eastern sovereign wealth fund. What happens in a very first release. What it sucks. You know what i mean. I don't know it's it's it's an interesting Very interesting to see that once again. Here's another one of these kind of independent companies that that's going to be brought up by these. You know these big funds which said well it said that it was it was being eyed by. Does that mean that Ron and brian and myself are on first-name basis. Yes i r ron and brian looking to sell so i i don't i don't know for sure but i. I vaguely remember this year a couple years ago. Okay that that talks about buying or selling imagine. Entertainment was in the news once again. Kind of you know so the answer. I think the short answer is yes. The reason i have no idea but you know we play golf every thursday. So you know i'll ask. Okay thanks della owes me five bucks boy not true. It's true. I actually don't play golf at all. No we're not even on a first name basis. I'm sorry razor and mr unfortunately and so ra dropped her goofy. What looked to me to be a goofy movie like okay. it's goofy. I'm totally going to shut today. I don't know why but this is called vacation. Friends do love restricted things. Oh there they are ladies gentlemen role to be sort of a bitch signature. Best friends what are you to stews be. This is a private events. Always cool met these two in mexico. Why does the salt not tastes salty. Oh because it's cocaine. We actually brought it from home very very easy if you ever want to try it. It's just a ziplock and a full shampoo bottle so much more comfortable with the mass Contain only because ucla has said it without any decent person would somehow he's charming. My dad poses at least one girl involved everywhere. This weekend is all about eve. We do to leaving everyone. I crossed paths if mexico gets know each other intimately. This is the best wedding of been to hawaii. He's not serious. We've been drinking time. Dell's tick you told me to eat every day. You touch the drug. So i'm not the comedian. I'm do not care for comedies. All that much Usually they fault super flat for Most of the time. It stunt gags that i can't fucking stand and you know some good. I like really good comedies. But it just hits me different. This one was funny. And i. I mean i laughed out loud several times during this. And maybe those are the funniest moments in the movie movies garbage but this looks like fun I don't know how hit you well. I've seen hot tub time machine love that movie and i think that that looks as fun as hot tub time machine. I think that looks you know. I don't want to oversell it. Because i just saw the trailer who original. I don't even know if i have access to hulu. I'm sure i can find a way. That looks really funny. I i look forward to seeing that and also before anyone gets all uppity about the the restricted substances consumption within that trailer I would like to say it showed two very successful couples who seemed to be on each other side so it doesn't look like it's going to be one of those situations where someone falls out of love near the end. It turns that looks like a balls. Funny comedy and i can't i. I'm looking forward to it. Because i haven't seen a good comedy in a long time. Yeah me neither. It has been a long time. That was clinical comedy. I apologize if this is going to be a good movie. You're not how could they know it. John eating magic mushrooms little. If someone says why did you watch it. It looked so bad. And i was like i just wanted to see johnson. I eat magic mushrooms. Like the zap. So wrong right and drink martinis with cocaine around the rim. Yes margaritas with with cocaine around the room. Funny you know. My parents might be watching. I don't know. I don't wanna tell any stories. Yeah probably shouldn't so. That's streaming on hulu twenty-seventh if you're so inclined i'll probably check it out like i do. I do like a fun sunday afternoon. Movie that will definitely be one of those. Oh that looks like a friday night movie. Well maybe maybe. I like a good. I like a good comedy late at night. Obvious reasons influences. it's great. there's next on the bill. is the twilight. Movies are dominating half of netflix. Top ten list after only five days. Now i have to come clean. And will i will never lie to you guys i. I liked the twilight movies. I i know people fucking trashed him. They hate these movies. And i don't know why they receive a ton of hate sparkly vampires and this and that and look are they. Are they masterpieces. No but i always have fun with these movies for for different reasons. So i i haven't seen them so when i heard this i was like. Wow okay you know because usually in our circle here. Entertainment film news and You know movie news. There's usually you hear about these. Billy's trash and how people don't like them but it's nice to see that. Obviously they've movie go. The the average moviegoing audience the average net flicks archer. Now i mean it's dominating for for all the crap talk this franchise has endured by haters. It seems the average watcher loves these films. Netflix scored a big hit when they acquired the rights to start streaming the twilight movie franchise on their subscriptions streaming service. All five movies have been available since last friday and they're pulling in huge numbers on the pop ten list. Apparently netflix users are super excited to see supernatural love. Triangles between sparkly vampires and teenage. Where wolves yeah. I mean because why not you know. Sometimes i think we as fans get a little too easy to use to use the phrase About watching movies and with a with two critical of an eye instead of just having fun with them And these movies to me were fun. They were always fine me so i haven't seen them. I acquired them And i have them on like dvd. I have them on dvd. But when i wanted to. I was i was showing. I purchased a second hand collection and I offered the box to my dad and he was taking the different movies out of the box. And you know like patent and lawrence arabia and stuff. And he's like. Oh what's this. And i was like i don't know it's love triangles with Sparkly vampires and werewolves and he was like and he took the trilogy away and he was like. Oh watch it. I'll see what happens. And i was like okay weird but so that was my opportunity to see twilight because when i saw them in that lot of dvd's i was like. Oh i'm gonna watch twilight. Finally because this looks cool and now that. I know that it's on netflix. Super jazzed second anecdote. The last time. I was exposed to twilight movies. I saw it on a break room at a place that i was working and i was enthralled and i thought to myself this looks more interesting than transformers because i can tell what's happening when the vampires and the where wolves fight. It's not a mass of metal. Oh my god is that a cgi. Baby i am avs. I am not expecting this to be a masterpiece. I am expecting this to be love. Triangles sparkley vampires and werewolves. Than i agree with you. One hundred percent and i'm looking forward to seeing it. I will watch the which you're i. i promise. Then i will reward myself with little twilight. cheesecake twilight. She's yeah absolutely so. Yeah good good for twilight. Getting kind of a second wind on at at at net flicks looks like people are eating it up and good for them. Say moving onto amazon prime amazon orders. Neil gamons Nausea boy series This is what what are your. What a couple of good couple of years for neil gaiman People are really birth. Content and amazon seems to be eating it up after picking up an unexpected second season of good omens amazon prime video is getting further into neil gaiman adaptation business The streaming service has ordered an adaptation of games novel The anna nausea. And i know i can see. I don't know. I've never tried to say it out loud. I think it's a non z. A. nonsense boys. I think it's an please correct us in the common hit us comments and tell us how stupid we are game in his. Co. co writing the television adaptation of his two thousand five fantasy comedy with eleni harry game in we'll script the first and last episodes of the series himself pepper who directed the star. Trek picard pilot is the direction. Wasn't the thing wrong with that. If it wasn't the direction wasn't the problem with that series is this shows lead director in the pilot. Germain julian and as your salaam salim are also directing. The series is expected to begin production in scotland. Later this year Announcing boys follows charlie. Nancy man who has lived mostly a mostly mundane life only occasionally embarrassed by his estranged father. His father's death changes all of that revealing. Charlie's the son of a nancy a the trickster. God of stories at about that time. Charlie also learns that. He has a brother named spider. The news makes charlie's life much less mundane than it once was. Yeah so it sounds. It sounds very interesting. I'm not familiar. Obviously with this property nor am i but i do like no game and stuff. I've always liked his stuff. I mean everything from the san man get home. And i mean the list goes on and on so this i will definitely be checking out And look to see hopefully here over the next twelve months some some kind of Trailers are for some kind of footage to see. Kennedy's take get a better feeling of what that's all about. Well there's a book. I'm sure there's a book i could get to buck. Probably several books. There's a movie coming out. It's not becoming thank you both so yeah. Check check amazon prime for more details as that. they drop. And you know we'll bring it to you as news becomes available is is Sanmen coming out for amazon sandman. Is it wouldn't be amazon. Because i believe i believe. A warner brothers actually owns wait. Was that image sanmen. Dc warner brothers. Yes oh wait no. I didn't maybe i'm wrong anyway. We'll find out. We'll find out. I was just making The neil diamond amazon cinematic universe joke. And i don't know where san man is coming up from. So i think if does come. I think one brothers actually owns that. It could be image. I'm not one hundred percent on that we'll have to if you know. Correct us in the comments stuff. Tell us how stupid we are. Tell us tell us now. Horribly mistaken mistaken yourself special Last two to last news topics take a couple of comments and get outta here for today. Transformer seven sets photos Set photos show optimus prime and bumblebee scotty. First of all. There's a transformer seven. Yeah that's what. I just found it too awesome. Okay okay and it looks like we're getting not only optimus prime and bumblebee. We're getting jen. One optimus prime and bumblebee here are the set photos of. There's three of them. They're not great photos. I'll just warn you right up front. They're rainy and and and a little fuzzy but here they are. Here's optimus prime. Here's bumblebee and optimus prime's rear end said right So yeah. I thought that was an interesting little post. I got from twitter. I'm like okay. That seems cool. I i think. I heard that they were actually going to do. A transformer seven. I didn't know what state of production there in. Obviously they're working There it looks like they're shooting or getting ready to shoot. And i had no idea that they were going to continue on from bumblebee with genuine design. Which is awesome in my opinion Todd michael i'm sure we'll have plenty to say about this being a huge transformers fan too. So yeah that's that's exciting. I out of all of the new incarnation of movies. My favorite is the very first transformers movie. And then bumblebee is my second favorite and those are pretty much tied in my opinion. They're the really. I loved bumblebee. I thought it was awesome. So and i mentioned before the show. The only thing that i ever cared about was transformers. Like the animated one thousand nine hundred eighty six eighty five eighty six. And i seen the first three michael bay. I haven't seen bumblebee. And that is my mistake. lights yet more homework. Hey it's the best kind of homework. Yeah right ben. so yeah. This is if they're sticking with jen one and i think that's why i sort of shied away from transformers is because i've always been the designs and of jan one and so this is this would appeal to me as well although it was this hour. Taste of the walberg trilogy. Still michael bay. Mcmichael made six transformers movies. That's insane about it out loud so i will. I will check out bumblebee. And if i want to move forward move forward awesome so yeah check you know. Look for those. Probably get more Set photos and probably updates here over the next month or to kind of be on the lookout for that and when other news and trailers and stuff dropped her that we'll keep you posted for sure Last but not least and this kind of dovetails off of our show from yesterday. Limit our talk from yesterday. Today is the fifteenth anniversary of clerks to. Yes i and and you ask me what. I think you asked me by. Favorite clerks was. And i had a part time deciding whether it was one or two two is such a different movie right than the first one. Yes so and there's so much goodness in both and sometimes you know it depends on the day. I think because rosario dawson tips the scale for me. You know every every teenage boys fantasy in that movie jesus h so yes Today my favorite clerks movie is clerks to. That's the correct answer. That is the right answer. And after we talked about clerks three and we were having the kevin smith the cooks to talk and everything and when this pop up it just it was one of those and the reason i bring it up not just because it's clerks too but it's one of those movies that was it was fifteen years ago and it clicked something in me and i was like holy crap. It's been fifteen years since i've seen that movie and again as i- gushed about it yesterday. I saw it a couple of times in theaters. I've had this i made. I burned the cd from napster. Sorry what the statute of limitations is on pirate And so i had everything that was one of my favorite movies of the time and to think that it's fifteen years old. We talk about things like alien or aliens and the anniversaries that are coming up. But the that one i was like. Wow that's funny. We were talking about yesterday and today it's like holy crap. I am older. Yeah and so. I thought it was a noteworthy anniversary and it makes me. It makes me kind of question. Kevin smith's timing like dude the the day to announce the clerks three is today. Not yesterday today is the bro. I believe we are the only show media fanfare for it so i i don't think it's because he got caught in the noise like how do you. How do you announce clerks three the brilliance clerks to. I think we're good. And but you're right i would've and i don't know maybe maybe. It was a slow news. Day for a tuesday at he needed to go. Maybe anyways thank you. Kevin smith or announcing. Actually duping clerked three. Because i think it's going to be Wild because now we get the cast from both movies all in one place The one thing we didn't talk about yesterday was the the synopsis of the movie that came out after our show at the synopsis of the movie is a little bit of a letdown yesterday. How he handles it. We'll see how he handles it because once again we've seen it already. It's called me remake. Porto right at. It's like every movie. Kevin smith seems to be You know how to make a movie or how not to make a movie or stop them from getting made at okay Been there done that but hopefully hopefully we'll give them the benefit of the doubt. Because we love. Kevin smith Do your do your damndest to surprise us. And hopefully it's a really good and it because he has a handle on all the characters from both movies. I think it'd be cool to see how that how they interplay and and how it's written and how it how it comes together on the screen yes in terms of and if i understand you correctly it is about dante and randal trying to make a movie in the quick stop about their experiences in the quick stop. Yeah basically it was a dante. I think bounty has a massive heart attack right. Okay like kevin smith and now. I think he's after being a clerk for thirty five years or whatever it's been now about his experience Something like that. Didn't they say exactly that it was going to be a story that was going to be about dante having a massive heart attack. I am a fan. I can future storylines fan savant In idiot savant. Only my friend. Okay but yeah no happy anniversary to clerks three. I'm looking forward to it. I'm gonna see it. I'll say it for sure Love the i two. So i wouldn't actually the third one all right let's go. Let's go have some chats buddies. I it looks like our co host. Today is todd michael. Thank thank you Did scott just describe that as a balls out comedy with multiple punctuation. Yes yes i did. It looks like that. And i apologize for all of the the younger balls balls stephen. Yesterday i did was an accident yesterday. I believe it is pronounced on. And it's been a while since i read it and i don't recall ever hearing it spoken. It is basically a spinoff book from the american gods. I did you ever read. American guns did not read it. I read half of it and the I believe the television shows on stars or ethics or something like that. It's it's a channel that i don't have so i wasn't able to see and i heard great things about it though. Yes as did i. But there were shakeups between seasons. It's sort of put me off. I kinda wanted to see how it was going to progress and it was I was waiting to return to it. So i could have a bunch to it but then there were cast changes and things and i kind of fell off my radar but in mcshane's in american duster. Well yeah and that's why we're reminded me just for him if you remind me that That american gods has a show. And i'm like all right and i like ian mcshane right. Next salmon is netflix. Okay yeah i'm down. I'm totally down to see that. That's that's what i was trying to think of. So it was under the dc banner for time right and then it's split off. I think i think that's the case. It which is under the pen. The how about just read. Todd michael thank because he has to go dude. I'll figure out how to how to run the show eventually. Thanks for holiday. Inn data worry about it. Sanmen was was vertigo. Which is under the banner. Now so warner media. Netflix has developed. Okay yeah netflix. Awesome totally down. Either way i have both hbo. Max so i can. I can netflix and chill. Or i could maxon relax good to go stars. As maximum relaxing. Officially men should be giving them giving him. The money gave him the money he pointed to phrase for. You come on marketing team. It's not me. I think it was. Dos affects where. I i turn that back in the day. Okay relax ep. Md by the okay well either credit where credit's due transformer. Seven is where that whole beast wars story with ron perlman was announced. So that's what it is. So it's not transformers to evidence the beast wars transformers which is also a transformers. I shouldn't be so I don't know separating of the two transformers they are all both it is optimus prime and so So it sounds like perlman as optimus prime in. Cullen as optimus prime in this. Oh okay yeah so men as optimus primal so is so is that going to be. Is it two different ones. Yes transformer seven the beast wars are going to be two separate Properties good for no no. I think that's what it is. Transformer seven is where the whole beast were story with ron perlman announced so it sounds like perlman. We'll be optimus primal and yellen will be optimus prime in okay. The whole comment right. We'll get life. We're still learning mo figure it out. I don't even know what i me. Upi i dunno. taught michael says it all like these cyber tron scenes in bumblebee totally g. One inspired great in many many ways. There's no way that the opening scene cyber tron jives with the bay movies basically off reboot and that's hey then sold. Yeah right. I'm gonna do bumble hole. I the witcher. And then i'll go to twilight and i don't know scott cohen. Upi youtube really needs to delete comment function. Yes yes. I agree Todd michael says. I used to love kevin smith but i just can't stand listening to him anymore. Unsubscribe to everything. He does his camera. Mugging and pandering just reached us our point for me. Yeah i taught michael. You traded up. Now you've got our Pandering camera mugging. And hopefully we We don't lose your affections right. Don't unsubscribe from us yet please. Not yet we need you. I've got many more faces. I can make this is yours sir. The maxson relax foley. Yeah but i'll take it. I didn't go in it. But i'll take it and hbo should absolutely us that. It's yes it's it's criminal not to actually all right and that's my take on it. That's that's the comments for today. Excellent thank you. Todd michael so much. Yeah thanks todd. Michael for helping out the show. We love it good. Show today scotty. I love doing these shows with you as long as people want to watch. We'll keep coming back and doing them so until tomorrow. I almost said same bat time. Same bat channel. They can't do that. that's trademark. you can say you can say maxon. Relax but i almost said it to unless you have anything else scott on no nothing at all. nothing that i can think of I just want to thank everybody who subscribing our channels growing every day The latest subscriber is darius darius. Thank you for your subscription. it means the world to us. We're you know we're trying to kind of break through the noise. It's not easy as you know. There's millions and millions of creators on youtube And you know we were trying to bring you a quality product and we really appreciate all of the comments The likes and the and the subscriptions we really do absolutely and thank you all for paying attention watching commenting everything that you do. We appreciate it. We'd we'd be having these conversations anyway. 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Hop Hen Brewing Special

Aussie Beer Explorers

45:31 min | 7 months ago

Hop Hen Brewing Special

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Episode 119: I don't care

Inspiration Nation

34:20 min | 4 months ago

Episode 119: I don't care

"Expression nation. hello. Lee can hear once again for another week on cost as always with might very good chums ryan born face and joe neue. How are we going that thank you good. Thanks ray j thing enjoy where you're like yes thank you. I'm off point citizens or pundits right exactly. That's exactly what it aids funding. Glad you are both good. Thank you everyone for listening and watching Thank you on instagram. Follow job. Jose annoyed inspiration nation. And of course check us out on social media app missing. Toy listen t. o. N. recalls on youtube and across podcast platforms. So i'm taking a hit here to get my get my topic into the weights. I don't know read can topics. I want to elaborate. Carry on springboard. However you wanna say off the backcloth topic law switchover. Go back in the call. I'd give it a listen upside bought. Because i'm basically just luck rates. On the ron. O'brien a conversation that ryan had they working for in the right order on. Take a hit and do a subject to get next week. I took it out so i wanted to do. So this week's topic keys by dunks and it's a few things i want to build on this in terms of the conversation Royan youtube last week about your not carrying this in fact we went on and had a really good probably for fifteen twenty minute compensation after the podcast would make a good little mini bonus episode in itself inc have been reflected a loss which conversation ryan to you. Want to share your. I don't care mindset with the nation. Yes it's hard to. It's hard to put it all. Twenty arctic may very well. Because as i said last week. I'm not sure. I fully understand it marcel. But i just have this article whelming. The i just started care about march. There are some things i do care about. Some people tend things. Bobby's arab out but for the most ball i think i just i just couldn't i just don't i. It doesn't bother me. That's and being young as the last week. Or if it's just and a laid back laissez faire attitude to life if you like. I'm not sure. I'm not sure if if there is a do find the things i do care about things like they believe in. I believe in really heavily Many things on. I'm not that. Take the only that i either online fully in if make sense and i noticed max. Identify a chemical imbalance or personality imbalance oil night. I'd i've never looked into it. And then i've never thought i'm abnormal. It doesn't come out. Normally quite often sought no more shy. I'm excited i would. I would play. well probably how. I've got some views on that. I've been thinking about mission to loss weight but joy. Just before our wolf the bay. What is your view. All ryan's view of care. In suppose way you see on that spectrum as well not caring not caring to super carried. I was gonna throw in a question. Maybe can take up in a minute. But what is it. You take care bowel believing that you said is a couple of things and ugly lots will l. and can say as funny Just trying to cost them. About one. Dollars roy Which is still Eighteen forties and. Yeah and i think to me. I didn't have much self awareness. Authorized got a lot more self awareness. You a lot more self awareness. Then why have had just went with recanted when when i was leaving scullery didn't have any ambition Face with a computer a desk that was that was the ambitions guy with the flyer Although this things surprise when you think about k. w. k. Or just want to be a good person. I think that was really wasn't the curtain Ambition is what we call sam bishen. Moab because we care about things between his freshman pretty spot Yeah i think for me. I can see i think when i was young and and a guy i think we don i think when i was younger i was going to fly with the law. Things an old dot com. Become bill surprised city before where i feel like a running time and i to something to be left in the world. That will be helpful when things is to be out to lead the world in a better place arrived so late. This content leaving the world will be betta the will be better for it when you know when when people go rhino and so they'll be something they're not actually referenced Cpac it and you'll families can see back in and i think he's a really cold setting a goal ten over j. Yes that small of you don k you. I think out of cared more as older which is pretty strip. Is it strange. And i think you said abnormal Is anything is normal abnormal. Just think there's a perspective. I think actually perspective but saimaa question to you would be one of the things you know the few things you really do care about already. Believing going depth into my job is one that really serious because that's an investment in myself. I'm not something that I care about because not just because i should On that's what society tells you to do. Yeah canker charlton want it things that the but because i think klatch the for some strange and enjoyable i do if you the secretary work. At crisis statements might But but it but it may be more the facts. The people that surrounded by not jobs. Well i may enjoy it whilst i enjoy the jaw by manger slut less if the the network of people that was one. I don't know what this open about leaving for his ego because mass but you you could argue he is paul paul the fabrication. If place a would. I enjoy it or the people that are kind of build network with less mobile. I think that's the same with most places right. But i don't think it would cause me to leave because other people have wouldn't flock somewhere else just because somebody left more or less they pay me a lot more money to go with them and head hunted me with no but i mean is i think it i i just walk is a big one. 'cause i do that every day so i think that's always one that's gonna crop big videogames. I like my own company. I mean family. The i you know i care about the i think that's that's pretty standard substantial While maybe i don't play football. Why cared about football by Of poland's new cursive discussed before up to the audience at ryan's taken a big sacrifice because as we cool days england foot and ryan was gonna watch yet and he's even switched off to focus as i always started so often that big sacrifice. Well i lead in some. I've got away. So what wall. Don't you care about from current affairs. Royalist that's weird. As i'm abi of a weird person i like. I like what happens in the family and things like that. But i don't care about Maybe this introverted. But i don't care about coronavirus covid nineteen do not care in the slightest that we've had stay inside for a year and seventy years that's it but then but then that could be because i have an interview attendance as if we have to stay inside for another year. Would it be frustrating. That i couldn't the i th. I have the choice of going out and taking away from me. Yes of course but i don't care that much like the fat i can't go to the pub for a pint doesn't break my hall or i couldn't for the past months doesn't doesn't make me angry at the weldon. The government places that for stop me from doing so it just is what it is a lot of time like the okay that he's just that's life is nothing i can do about it while the things are pretty big into politics but it isn't necessarily bother me so much. The the the side of the politics spectrum i sit on is an in power A lot of the time. I'm very much of the opinion. The my vote doesn't really matter. I live in county in which there's only one constituency in the entire county. That is not conservative so my area of the world. My vote quite literally does not matter at this stage because that literally will not change anything. It's not the case that it's like a forty sixty split. Look at eighty. Five fifteen splits are like Quite literally doesn't matter and that's fine. Don't care a lot of people would have been arms about latin say the voting process in the election protesters wrong and all of these other things. But yeah i. I don't care about television Leo tell you didn't watch any of the marvel films that are very started recently watching them very proud of you to get into proud this monument. Getting there with them. I've watched. I've always trained to the diet. Sit down with my boy who films here we are. Now i'm up. I think of wash off thor ragnarok. Remember now that might have been nice when i watched so. Yeah and the reason an. I'm taking on this 'cause i think i'll get the bit a minute so i'll shouldn't have a question because i think there's a lot of people who will share your mindset and probably do the same way you and some of some people outside the who who actually think might get some real value for thinking about thinking but what's your what's your perception of key think we can. You justify not caring which makes me think you perceive that we do think not outside of youtube but just people that on may Yeah a lot of people have a lot of opinions on a lot of different things. That i just don't have people talking on w. lines people pocket in an integral drive that people might about on social media will Donald trump being president of the united states north korea been troublesome loyalty wherever load of opinions on things. That really don't matter to them and yes they will have opinions opinions on things that matter to the to the maybe human rights aspect of the wealth to how things are in several countries in areas whether dictators and Problematic things that exist in the world. Of course i. I accept that people should have opinions on those things because they have detriments while the people but there are a lot of things that the people have opinions on the just. Life's too short light. Who cares the bob from number fifty two parked an inch over the space. They shouldn't have done more. Who has the morrison's up the price of lemonade by thirty seven. Slight who like thirty seven ed's people complained about this No it's a phrase different strokes for different folks and things like that i get. That just isn't me though. If i go into a shop with my lemon heights a bit more expensive. Oh well that's life are still get it at the monday. Okay i would get it. I'm not going to go up in arms about it. And maybe that's because i've grown up in a social media generation. I would call myself as a mix generation where the first twelve thirteen years of my life was very Pre social media and everything is the early stages social media Maybe start where people now have the full freedom of speech to put whatever opinion they want on whatever platform they want and i have to absorb that as a user of that full. Excuse me maybe that's what it is. Maybe i'm just saying loads of opinions on things. And i just think get yourself but it just made me thinking in ed by return. The only paper crazy their opinions. It's really interesting. I'm really i'm glad we're talking to this. And i'll give you perspective own the me and mike herron and then contract so i'm only thinking about the just because it's coming up to exam uefa side. It's like to stop in. The pipe is about the stress They stopped the alpha and our people speak to work of kids. The agent how how they took credit. And i remember back when i did my chiesi as was kindite It didn't do it right now. It did not do. I left before my time grip. Stop and our Stand people you saw before your exam and people were nervous. as f- i don't remember people actually questioned me as to why was worried genuinely was not worried. I was too late. I would say we've always recently site a call a string of strength sees but i wasn't anxious water before that that one of them went down About ten will school down the right. He thanked item and went down to his house between the exams and luncheon stuff and we stall age covering would do nothing caused panic Why are we something. Realize craft eight minutes to next we to run with white and all. She's worried about not getting dole probably most stressful thing. I didn't in initial orion. I didn't care. But i it didn't affect me a look back now and i think god you want to revise. Could've done really well by dido idea why did do gain college. This was up until about thirty idea. Okay wisconsin locked the story of my life when are do and stuff interest game volpe was and then when i was doing office were early twenties. Armin bob sit next to someone who had really strong opinions about staff. At the time. I had no opinions on anything. These things where they were also opinions. Maybe i should have some opinions and me lately that hype and call very strong opinion at stuff because people around me had very strong opinions about stuff on nine over the last ten years or so. You have less strong opinions. I have i have views. I see how i think for example. You know we're in a situation where lockdown in this country way when he spent clayton about. What's going to happen. Which actually each. What few months ago. I was thinking to myself happened by the feel the need to broadcast this to everybody at. This is similar to your politics right now. I think i've been awareness view. You don't necessarily need to tell if we want a few different views that rome same way she kept at job things but actually from a prospective safe and it's funny i was having to compensate you lawsuits. I'm going to win out for a few drinks and we to And diet similar thing with. I really worry about much And we cut it to cheat free because we something now alive. Come through life always Obstacles and dads things to worry about how things can be taken care of about got to a stage where i am by no means rich by any state the imagination like i can also pay my mortgage and pace macau and shopping which actually for me compared to where it was ten years ago. Fifteen years ago is dream because these warriors there and all the other stuff. There's other stuff things happen. The i don't like all the ring convenience or go to work around or something breaks or or things that happened just life. I don't think i still got a roof over my head. I'm still food. Still my friends and my family are still get into the same. Better turn tunnel family. She's great thing and called him a thing. That's between upsets people before. He's no matter what happens during the day. It always aden's in that same price which mcconnell thing and it could be something really good or could be something really bad but whatever it is back there again so whatever. It was obsolete today and tomorrow could be something good or bad or indifferent. And i say that because i think i've done do all. Don't worry about things but it means doesn't mean i care act and i'd say the same with you ryan i think like you said joel singer offerings you care out sinica. Joe visa stops outside your circle control you. Don't let your life so you've gotten away awareness this things but you're not going to become your life is ruined because donald trump is president united states nick juanita compass before whereas i know of people who spend hours a day dedicated to region stop and post and stuff about topics that which is taking up a lot of energy they you. They're using for that and not in themselves. Rather than you calling early in a really other freighter carrying about your job. Could he saw his investing in yourself. And i think when he stopped about you in positive stuff yet you think you take care. I just don't get get sweat. Talking needing have stopped the egypt interview controlled effect you whatsoever and dimaggio going to watch se drawing bend road and the from india call came off injured throughout nicole. How what way would that senior. You're caring spectrum things. It annoy me more than anything. So out for each si- that's why and again. That's because you don't care. But i think what you have is a really good ability to absorb and prioritizes word rushton oi stress. You give things. They're appropriate level of attention. Ralph enlighten small. Things completely. Derail what you're doing. And i always think you pull try. It is a weakness. He's actually strength. Which is the point. I wanted to get to hold of this. Yeah i am. I always thought the Believed the what i do believe. I've i know immune to stress. I just i've ever felt stressed. I i i think that my dad always kind of bestowed into me is like a typical dad thing. I'm sure the pair of you know about it as well but it's just like that books became dad's what can you do about it when you will. You'll pay it off about it or was going to do about it. What what good is it. Be annoyed about the situation. Yeah maybe take thirty seconds to a minute and be like oh f- f s donna. Or stupid situation. How annoying we've had two minute. We've had two seconds you and this is what happens to me. I have that time and go. That's bloody annoying little stupid personal with your help. Combat swearing in. I'm sorry sight and then all of a sudden just go fix it or like what other now. And i've always been able to do it and it might be. I tell you what it might be. Is the fact that i used to work at mcdonald's just like this before and i was shift manager and if there was ever job. That was going to get you stressful. That is it like if there's ever a job looking after thirty five people in one go serve in hundreds of people at time. That's when if somebody's going to go wrong in your head like that's where it's gonna go if you're pop fuses. Then then i was just like coal for people confirmed in sick. Walk not do about it a lot. How can i fix it. I think i've just always had this. Pragmatic i think i think. The addictive is pragmatic view of just absolutely right. And that's exactly that. That is just if i if he wants to describe myself in. Three words pragmatic would probably first or second on that list hilarious. What would be the other one of the to the pragmatic would be one of the three words. I would use to describe myself. I was one of those network and things want. That would be what i would use that. I just maybe is linked linked with the pragmatic nature. That i have is exactly. That's what it eats. And i think that's why when is to preach unc because that's for me. That's my word. I'm at war and i'm really proud of that is the i think it last week. The whole life gives you lemons make lemonade. And that is genuinely. How see things as well. And i see that in you. Say in the strength. What ever want each to. He sang again ryan is. She's the flippantly cited attack. He's not trait. I always think you're doing yourself a massive disservice when you say that 'cause actually state s i think. He's a huge strengths. That you could you can rationalize in co compartmentalize things all day. I definitely couldn't do that when i was your age. It's a skill floodlights. Ron and i think is something that issue. She greatly and i think initially when soaked about it because i think there are things we said. We have at movements. I swear words. Whatever but the quicker you can get that. The batteries is believe pragmatic and corny fridays. But live and let live. And i think if you can truly embrace that make you feel a little hopkins back to a reference talking riot ryan jaipur not driven call People can write in one community. One looking happy And is that you can. You can make the situation what it is and nothing. That's one of those things. He's being top absorb what deal with the strikes and put in its right place. But i don't think it's karen and i think also be decided you don't have to feel the pressure but the but you don't have to give in to the pressure of having an opinion because everyone has an opinion whatsoever. Not having one doesn't mean you don't care. Maybe maybe i was cessna situation just off the face value and this is probably one of the first time i've ever i've ever attempted to dig into the the workings of my mind. If you want could could write chapter and verse about it. I guess The yet yeah. Yeah it's probably isn't Fall off the money until they probably appropriate as appreciate you being for about the stuff. And i think you know people listening to what it has been good. 'cause what was that wind to do. I think a lot of people have this. It's really easy to see other people. And like you said you judge yourself against mortgage presumptions of the mundane an upset. I did it also especially strong opinions. But then i kind of went too far nephew the on going to be in everyone has to hear it and it just doesn't matter with a lot of the stuff let's not say he can't have a pig in talk about in conversations. I think not forcing them people's throats. It's not not caring. Because i've seen what you do and yet you put into a Of it you just you do inwardly chopping keys the healthy and constructive thing. Yeah always come away. From his compensation income superman released robinson and joe joe's alfred. I'm sure that any any further thoughts or comments from yourself. Alfred on this myself. I think he's y'all think the thing will struck me about. It was nothing about things that you can't control like that for me is the key is an. I think the other thing was what can do about it. You can't do anything about it. It's almost like decision. Tree stressed about a cannot do about it. No so why worry if a came. What what what am i gonna do often competitor like boys it the seven stages of grief or the seven stages of getting over something and i i often. I haven't done it for a long time. Someone give you all use to us. But i i must have spoken about. Maybe a a five step way of getting over a hood or what. It's being annoyed. Think of solution plowing the solution working the solution and then did it work and if it did then you back on track but i find that that is somewhat similar in nature But yes i haven't. I've really talk to anybody about this kind of thing. You know never really have to. But i was always there somebody what to quiz and they would say you know. How do you not stretched to wherever then. That's the way that i would probably discuss it. Yeah that's what you did with. I think i think it's a massive strength and help. She's taught teach lately sometimes People listed case in good tips. 'cause you know this isn't just theory to a degree seconds. Control will apron that we believe that. Nothing we Benefited from being very consciously aware of that certainly last two two and a half years. And when you said about the whole review prices. There's actually something of that when you said you'll problem. Experience called the co psychos that she is actually a solid of improvement. 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1129: Renaults Electric Plan For Platforms, Batteries and Cars | 30 June 2021

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

26:19 min | 4 months ago

1129: Renaults Electric Plan For Platforms, Batteries and Cars | 30 June 2021

"Coming up on show with eleven hundred and twenty-nine renos knee planned for that platforms batteries. And which new cars are. We going to get drive. Stick around all the details tonight. Also on the show we are talking about. Says some tesla mega storage in california. How the german. Av sales looking spoiler alert. It's very very good and spy shots of new vs like the portion mccann and more shots of new genesis. Gb sixty two report on while if you get any value from podcast and you want to go free you support my what. I'm getting at free. Podcast beef patriot. patrons gets in that dashboard little. Rss feed which is private to them and you can do the same checkout patriot dot com slash evening news daily from five ten dollars a month depending on how much you want to support. You can do that on patriot. Good morning good afternoon. Good evening wherever you listening in the world. Welcome to ev news daily high today. Today's wednesday thirty at the end of the first half of the year. What a busy half year. It's being in the world of electric vehicles energy and storage and they say much more succumb that she. I can't wait to bring you life stories. my name is marcy and it's my job to go through. Every av story hundreds of i i went through about one thousand two hundred stories today to pick out the ones i've got and you know what it's going to be jam packed podcast. Simpson get on with it right. Oh this morning. How big events and i sat and watched it from the comforts of my lounge rather than that traveling to these kinds of things these days but they announced their plans for the future caused that platforms that batteries that tech and they want to cut the cost of their batteries by sixty percent over the decade as they want to accelerate that push into electric vehicles. Renai plans to lower the cost of their electric motors well by thirty percent and make them more compact and have their cars going further plans to run out several as over the next few years including conic four l. model deciding to revive the four l. from the nineteen sixty says bloomberg dot com who say that also remained the reynaud five as an av company boss. Luca demeo newly-installed installed from running. Vw's say hat is taking his shown for vintage a step further. The renault five will cost a third less than zoey of owns to zoe's now. And if i could get something like that great it'll city car but cost a third less but with iconic running five styling. Yes please. Parts of push into affordable vs is a pledge to low a battery. Pack costs vase eight well. The news today was that i will pledge to lower the cost of batteries to less than one hundred dollars per kilowatt hour by twenty twenty five. Wow four years away. That's ages and below eighty dollars by the end of the decade side notes. That didn't talk ta shish. Siri ch i. Don't understand is there are plenty of places where has been achieved already so if you look at the l f p batteries. That's the chemistry. Lithium iron phosphate. If you look at the byu blade batteries which are being made and those Yeah the chinese batteries. I must admit all below well below one hundred dollars below seventy eight dollars per kilowatt hour Maybe it cell level. Yes and of course. They're getting rid of the byu. Get rid of the modules. So they make the cells a structural part of the car tessler copying that. And they're doing that. We have from battery that plan eventually with that forty six eighty cells and so we'll byu doing already. Would that blade battery is going to pack as pa. The car lowers the cost so like those price thresholds have long been hits around the world maybe not at pack level with all of the control. Electronics and fellow management bits bolted onto the battery. Maybe that's what they were talking about but to say that we're going to do a hundred dollars per kilowatt hour by twenty twenty five. Let's already the case for the f. b. batteries but they don't use those. They ran out the minute by l. g. Bat trees that he nickel cobalt manganese chemistry from polish factory. So you know maybe sorrento thing Five eighty prototype as heading for production twenty twenty four. Why so long away with any platform and it's all price of less than twenty thousand pounds. Which is very good news. They released the prototype earlier this year and it was hard to believe it was a punt really the future evey rather than a car with production intend but now it will go into. Production says carl's uk dot net. Well read. i was announced. The electric five is going into. Production is one of four you models by twenty twenty-five which some of which will be all ev. Some of which will be hybrids us. We'll wait to see what they come out with but when it does arrive the electric reynaud five will use the at mc batteries not the low cost and yes less energy dense. But that's not necessarily a bad thing. Batteries i fully expected them to say we've purchased a ton of lfg batteries. We're gonna use them for the cheaper cars. And then we'll use the more energy dense chemistries from alpine's or the more performance oriented renos. But i didn't really five cheap city car not using the cheap batteries. The nc 'em batteries. I find that weird but look. They know more about batteries an id. So it's their plan. They say it will reduce the overall battery cost and the rain will be two hundred and fifty miles which is great. Niece is going to be on the cmf be ev platform which designing pure electric cars reynaud also confirming second be segment car the forever. They've called it the number four and then the word ever no space between the two. Just you know how it stylized just so you know. I want to know these details. The forever revealing the first details and a teaser of the front end of the co which really showed us not a law. Eric tanggula grill and headlights in the badge as well in the middle says com kazeem dot co dot. Uk is designed to invoke the classic four. Look he's one of the most iconic models in the electric age and redefined the new four ever we'll be the brand's next on the cmf bv platform also used on the electric cleo and the capture and two hundred forty eight miles of range like say two hundred and fifty miles of range is the target for that platform with segment car. It says it will strengthen its presence in the c segment with the all new mcgann. That's coming for a two thousand. Twenty two model yasser to sit by the end of the year. Mcgann hugely popular a really important car to renault. I've been a little bit worried about reynaud. Is you know a big fan enough to spend my money on to cars to evs and wondering what going to come next and this was the presentation that personally. I've been waiting for it. Just shows the yet. Right here's the vision. Here's the plan has where we're going. Electric mcgann brilliant and so that will be very important for people who want a big family cop the alpine which you. If you're like me you know. Alpine is the new name for the renault team. Alpine is the more spatial brent. I guess i would call that. The dream garage was unveiled in january. And it now becomes a reality in twenty twenty four as well. Well the group. Aiming at providing the greenest mix of the euro market by the middle of the decade sixty five percents of vehicles will be electric and electrify feed. Which doesn't mean electric and up to ninety percents pure electric by the end of the decade. And that we'll same ambitious to some and to me. It just seems entirely normal after talking about this with you day after day after day. Ninety percent of cars nine ten cars pure electric by the end of the decade. I know that seems a breakneck speed for some. It just seems normal. It's the ron o'brien not the whole white. A group but still with the cmf and the f. b. e. v. platforms covering up your electric and hybrid as well. They will capitalize on ten years of experience as fleet news. Dot co dot uk. He gone to write that they're making dedicated platforms along with the efficiency m. f. b. that's the lodge vehicles and again the alliance level. What does that mean if you're not following. Cars generally the alliance reynaud midst of bitchy not one company. Three companies of course different political factors coming into play. The french government being a big owner of renault And then of course you've got. The japanese political influence coming from the nissan side used to all be nicely tied together with carlos goan and then look what happened there so definitely a different beast than when go was in charge but still he was the man behind. The nissan leaf rollers zoe. but they have plan and the performance it says comes from the group and nissans engineers working on these things reduced friction white reduction and states of the nfl management. And you know if i if they brought me in as a consultant and said what do we do to make battery vs. You'd say reduced. Friction weight reduction state of the art thelma management so the the hitting all the right things on top of the new technologies. They're also working on a new powertrain. Now they call it the powertrain no surprise and integrates an emotive a reduce reduce and the power electronics and a one box package a single package and that will mean forty five percent less volume in total equivalence to basically a rental cleo fuel tanks fits the whole thing the motor reduction power electric's everything sitting in what would be a radically. I feel tank. Which is tiny thirty. Percent reduction cost at forty five percent reduction in energy wastage. And so that means you if you decipher that all of that tech code it means to go further with the same batteries. More efficient love it links to a low stories in the show notes today if you want to read a bounce That big plan massive date. I big announcement really pleased to see. That didn't talk too much about whether it's because we're going to be sold north american listeners. Him he's talking about these cows and goes wow great. Can we get one. Please probably okay. Let's talk about how you can get in. That would be the bolt very popular in the us. While many companies and countries are committed to going full zero emission by certain date. Gm and shell going beyond that and offering to pay for the electricity for your car coming this summer. Owners of from the gm brands have the opportunity to select the home energy plan that include the option for free overnight hours of av charging assay also week dot com. You just have to own an evey from gm and you have to live in texas and you have to judge venite. Take those boxes and you charge for free program. You can start and stop on that cheap rates and you get your free charging hours owners of the chevy volt no down in texas We'll be taken up this offer for midnight to five. Am and charging for free. We have something similar by the way. I'm so i'm on octopus. Energy and My tariff changes every thirty minutes. So i'm not in through the overnight cheap normally offerings expensive bus. They do tariffs Where you can fix for five cheap hours at five pence and so it's not free but it's very very cheap but they let you do that from eight zero one from nine till two ten till three is it well like midnight to five so depending on the powers that you won't five of those Octopus by the way. I'm with them. I've always had a great experience. I hope you do too at my referral link is on my twitter bio at v news. Daily a puppy in the show notes. As i always do at the top of the show tonight so you can find my octopus barreling. You get fifty quid and like fifty quit. We're on the podcast. And if you move your lucky gas provider over to them feel free to use that link or anyone else's who is indeed with octopus. All right coming up on the podcast very soon. We'll talk about tesla winning a green legal case together. Berlin gigafactory back on track and lamp posts. Charges are the future. We'll discuss okay next on the podcast. We are talking about. Oh man i guess is that. Today's new robot text. I didn't put that on silent. I'm so sorry. What a podcast amateur. Okay let's move on and talk about revel. Yeah that's the brooklyn company right. The ace kuta sharing company. The until recently wanted to roll out a fleet of electric taxis in new york city and the commissions. That nope you can't. We're not letting you do that. Even though you're using electric vehicles they removed the loophole protecting the yellow cab drivers while the brooklyn company is plowing ahead with plans to roll out an electric cap fleet this summer despite the taxi limousine commission blocking the move at the moment we'll be launching later in the summer says the rebel co founder and ceo. Frank wreak the opening ceremony of the new vehicle charging sabiha in brooklyn yesterday. Doesn't say how they'll get round the rules and regs but they insist they will be going with fifty cows and new york city for electric. Ride hailing revel at wanted to launch their signature. Blue cabs in downtown manhattan notice to bypass the cap on new taxis. They plan to use an exemption. That was in place for electric vehicles and for disabled vehicles but the commission removed the exemption and protecting the workers. They've already driving those caps on chiefs day. They also cut the ribbon for that. New electric charging station says the website. And i imagine probably a print publication brooklyn paper dot com brooklyn piper says that they unveil venue charging hub at the factory on flushing and marcy avenues. Which will happen. Be open to the public in the area and my brooklyn listeners. In gonna charge for free now starts today. I think seven days free charging the power center was supposed to support their new fleet of model y electric taxis but having him yet so you can go and use that charging habat thirty nine cents per kilowatt hour or free for the next week next federal safety agency telling also makers yesterday that they must report and track crashes that involve driver assistance technology. Like tesla autopilot says the new york times also make must also report serious crashes within one day of learning about them. The national highway traffic safety administration said serious accidents. Include those where a person goes to hospital or worse killed and a- vehicles to be towed or whether the air bag was deployed under the agency's older tesla must provide complete information on serious crashes involving advanced driver assistance systems. They got ten days to do the full report and companies must submit report on all crashes involving systems as well of course tesla on the company with a driver assistance system but perhaps the most high profile so they got the headlines but better welcome news in germany for gigafactory gigabyte him moving a step closer to operating in europe after a german court rejected a bid by environmental groups. That would have prevented Important tests being carried out by tesla the injunction filed by the nature conservation associations grew leaguer and the sought to prevent this testing as part of the plants. Because part of these tests would be harmful to the environments. The factory conservationists can appeal against the decision in the higher administrative court of berlin brandenburg. Which i imagine they will do that. Project being caught up in legendary german red type. Not the end. We've heard of course the factory still being built without permits you know. Worst case scenario test gets all. Take it down. Put the trees back knocking to happen obviously. butts no sign yet of a date of when those model wise. Come out of that factory next. We'll talk about the model y launch date in hong kong. And why is this important. Because hong kong right-hand-drive australia right hand drive here in the uk. Right and drive tesla launching the model y in hong kong in the next few days marking the very first right hand drive markets and the elon. Musk believing that's what will be the most popular model. No doubts that it will be coming to a new sets of markets coming to hong kong when he go to australia and if he's gonna strategy when it comes to the uk. I don't know it's understood that the launch date will say orders open for the right hand. Drive model y on friday of this week in today's time and went on the street is the delivery starts eight days off the vets. As i'm talking to you. I should have done this earlier on going to type in to. Es l. a. dot com and have a look at what the model y page. I do this probably once or twice a week. What's default to The us site okay. Let me click on english. Uk while the europe as it now says in the eu and he will Of europe model three yet. Lovely all looks good. You can order now no inventory by the look of it model three in the uk model wide drum roll. Now it's just a little click here to join our mailing list so on older model one. That's what i was looking forward to like. Oh if shipping right hand drives. Can i oughta one would no model white would suit us right now. Actually to be honest with even though there's no test the superchargers around here everywhere. I would want to go in any direction. They are on the way there. And it's the right size for family so and the model three so i'd like to buy a model. That would be lovely about account. Nevermind meaning one hundred. Forty two tesla mega packs and now a powering. The grid in california says the electric website one hundred forty. Two tesla mega pack project is now turned on in ventura. County avoiding the use of a new gas peaker plant. The project is called the saticoy battery storage system. Local people in the area fighting in oxnard against the new gas power plant which would any spoil real peak demand times so they said we'd rather have a battery system. Please don't spoil the environment now. The community was about to get the polluting guests plants near the beach and rather we ended up. With a tesla mega pack or one hundred and forty. Two of them built in just nine months They take electricity in from southern california. Edison when it's cheap and they said it back to the grid when it's expensive and when it's needed and that is a great way of making money and we're talking about that on our question of the week this week on the podcast so stick around and make sure you get your voice heard. We're talking about storage sola and the rest in the uk charge is a lamp post charging company and zouk capital of six point. Four million pounds worth of investment into charge. They specialize in on on-street. Ev charge points in other words. Those areas that don't have off road parking but there are lamp posts. Zoo capital is the manager of the government's investment fund. Set up a couple of years ago and so cianci all about them actually used them seen them on the map. Plenty but haven't had the need to use them. But i guess if you live in london it's an old city. Lots of terraced housing. I used to live in south west. Let's go bonds. Lovely terraced house We rented it obviously Because we couldn't afford to buy in london it was about three million pound house the way renting and a shed house without our best friend from university as well so we splitting the ring and still that walls a nice area very nice. Everyone had nice. Costs is nice. Bit london again me wrong but that road was about one and a half cows wide. It was built in nineteen ten for the whole you know. When holson cop was being used that road i lived on In a terraced house was not to talk on the pavement. You're allowed to the white lines. Where on the pavement Which is an for disabled access and push rex. Cul-de-sac at the end of it was a school so people were driving down in that range rovers to drop their kids off at school and people were trying to push push jazz. It was a london. Traffic is a nightmare and again my listeners around the well to have space and gardens and off road. Parking probably won't appreciate how bad london is for you. Even if you think a nice that'd be like a million dollar house and you know you just two bedrooms upstairs. Two rooms downstairs is packed in london. So off on streets charging rather is so important. Was the point of my story rambling story about where i used to live. Which probably nobody cares about next. We'll talk about in the netherlands. New motion electric vehicle charging is owned by the anglo-dutch energy giant. Shell these days off the buying it. They've become the first entity to obtain a license now to provide great balancing services in the netherlands. The dutch grid company tenet has now licensed new motion aka shell to provide megawatt scale balancing services to maintain grit frequency fifty hertz by the way the grit that by varying the right at which ev charge so having a look at the story from tv magazine dot com. New motion will bundle. Av drivers who sign up for the scheme into a virtual battery that will be able to offer one megawatt of grid balancing for every four thousand vehicles. They add to the game so charging points across the company's network in the netherlands will slow their rate of charging when the grid frequency is too low they will increase the rates of charging when it's too high tenants said on its website and i think this is the first time this has been done a scale. It won't be the last. I'd love to sign up to something around here at very happily Have my car charged a little bit faster. A little bit slower to help manage the great. I feel like i something bigger more important. I'd like to help next in connecticut. They're increasing rebates for electric comp purchases which is great news. The governor ned lamont's office announcing today that rebates on the connecticut's purchase rebate scheme between seven hundred and fifty and seven and a half thousand dollars. That's a big increase on what it was depending on the type of the that you buy. The move comes the same day as they were awarded. Seven million dollars from the federal transit administration to buy electric buses an e. mdc false charges for connecticut. Great news there as well from my listeners. And my by they wanna buy used as well extending the program to purchase used electric vehicles. Not done everywhere. That's real forward thinking. Well done you connecticut next. We'll go to jemmy the number of passenger plug in cars increase. Three hundred and thirty eight percent year over year but covid year last year. Always a bit dodge doing year on year So how electric calls doing in gemini well this month. Sorry last month may it was twenty three point four percent of the entire markets. We call it a quarter where amongst friends. Let's do it. A quarter of germany's comaq it. How to plug socket on so if you look at the year to date sales which was a bit more combust first. Five months of the year. It was ten point. Three percent of the market pugh above eleven point eight percent plug in hybrid number. One was volkswagen next Portion macan has been spied. The mccown is going electric and the interior. Well it's basically a tycoon. And that is no bad thing sane in the wild this time with its windows down. The spy photographers. Gaba glimpse of what these small crossover is gonna look like pure electric porsche badge on it. And the mccanns a great selling car and now it's going electric central into infotainment and the console screens. All the time is the tycoon. I would think it's going to be looking exactly the same as the dash mounted drive selecta taking place of the electric shaver gear. Select the found in that combustion cast great needs to also block brag story in the show nights next another spotted genesis. The gb sixty electric crossover caught on camera. Genesis gearing up for a european launch. That's great hope that means uk as well of their brands and the new compact suv is all electric called the gb. Sixty spied now. It looks like a model y in terms of size built on the same platform as the onic five key. Eighty six eight hundred volt very fast charging at three hundred kilowatts. And if you look at the power train is going to be something like the battery size of seventy seven point. Four kilowatt hours in the battery and good for three hundred miles of range. Five hundred and seventy brake horsepower. If it's anything like the kea v6 gt nor to sixty three point. Five seconds range of cars a little bit lower on the sporty. One two hundred and fifty miles. But you would think if it's built on that platform is going to have similar specs. And because it's genesis you would think it'd be more like the ev six gt spec. An inside of course be more luxurious. So bit more plush and probably a high price tag as well. You'd think okay. Let's go to question of the week this week. With immobility norway dot com. We are talking about. If you could afford just one would it be solar or would it be storage your personal domain your residents. So what's the trade off. Well solar you get to make your own but if you can't story you wasting is it going back to the grid. Storage is great if you can get onto a tariff way you almost download the electricity to your battery of and then use it to charge your car and your house during the day. What do you think any fold one. What would you get solar or storage. Lemme night email. L. e. v. News dot com. Try when you look on today's lesser log on everyday. I've joined the doused as always i enjoy for on it Increasingly they a lot high premium partners phil robertson electric future bride crosby porsche of the village in cincinnati audi of cincinnati as the volvo cars of cincinnati aced national car charging dot com and aloha charge dot com the charging hardware specialists derek riley the av review island youtube channel specialist Richard at our se. 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Hour 2: Anthony Davis, Super Bowl

The Stephen A. Smith Show

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Hour 2: Anthony Davis, Super Bowl

"This is this even a Smith show podcast. Welcome to the Naismith show here with you over the lob national television and radio airwaves of ESPN radio. ESPN news to fifty plus markets across the United States of America, plus ESPN radio. Siriusxm channel eighty plus ESPN radio simulcast over the live national television. Airwaves of ESPN news number call. Triple eight say ESPN, eight seven two three seven seven six Stephen Smith show on the road has been presented by progressive insurance. We'll be live from Atlanta beginning Wednesday for coverage of the big game that Super Bowl. Fifty three drivers switched to progressive can save an average of six hundred sixty eight dollars plus for special occasions, like Valentine's one eight hundred flowers has the best book as India's around like eighteen red roses for twenty nine ninety nine or upgrade to twenty four red roses for ten dollars more to order, go to winning hundred flowers dot com. Click the radio icon and enter code Stephen A. That's where the ph not AVI it eight say ESPN eight. Two nine three seven seven six. Listen before I get to the calls, and I'll get to the calls in just a second. This is called this is what it is. Right. Yes. Rich, Paul clutch boards. And yes, Anthony Davis went to clutch sports. Yes. Anthony Davis wants out of New Orleans, and that was a foregone conclusion. And yes, he's the contract until the summer of twenty twenty that's the season after next summer after next season, rather, we get all of that this. He has a very short list of candidates that he wants to play for LA and Boston are tops among them. Okay. Let's not act like LeBron James has nothing to do with this. Lebron James leaves Cleveland go to Miami, D Wade and Chris Bosh coming. We all knew this. Lebron James goes to Cleveland kyri Irvine is there and Kevin love is coming. Lebron James leaves for LA. And here he is with the Anthony Davis. Let's not you know, LeBron is real good at you know. I make up my mind until the last bossom stop it. These guys talk to one another that they're communicating with one another throughout the off season. They communicating with one another during the season. And what have you these are the kind of things that's going on? And listen to this quote. Kevin Durant gave because he was asked. You know, whether or not Anthony Davis was the topic of discussion in the warriors locker room in terms of way, wants to play what his destination timidly could end up being this. What happened here was what? Kevin Durant had to say quote. It's definitely a topic of discussion. All NBA news is I mean, it's not that serious. So it's like why not talk about it? So AD wanting to play basketball somewhere else. It's not like the president shutting down the government. It's just basketball. So of course, we talk about it. We all as players we want guys to do exactly what they want to do in this league. We have a short amount of time. So why not do what you want to do as he has a very very important point. Because one of the things that we don't get into one of the things that we don't touch on enough. These basketball players these football players. Let me tell you right now, if this anything, and I want you to look at me when I'm talking to you, John this is very very important. I want you all look I want everybody to pay attention to what I'm about to say. Yes. These young brothers are smart. They're business-minded and business savvy some better than others. But they all have this mentality. They all desire to be Mavericks. They all desire to be individuals more control of their destiny. More you control of their futures than the actual teams organization franchises and league that they represent they up whore and detest the level of control. A league oughta respective teams onto its on Birla has over their lives. And if you doubt it watch the shop on HBO with LeBron does notice that always football players on the have you ever noticed that? Have you ever noticed that? Michael Bennett, either Michael Mattel has been it Todd Gurley del Beckham junior. What were they saying? Oh beckham. Julia like a circus show, a something. Bennett talking about stereotypes in controlling folks. Todd Gurley being on there with Mike LeBron James LeBron James accusing owners of the National Football League having a plantation mentality. Panton? What's the next words out? Lebron James mouth. Thank god. We got a Commissioner and we play in a league that allow us the freedom to say what we want to say do what we wanna do be what we wanna be. Now, we gotta make money for the brand. We got a market and advertise our selves such a fashion that enables us to not only benefit the only beneficiaries of such thing. We gotta make sure that ultimately the brand is getting this too. But we have a level of freedom that we're allowed to exercise exponentially. More than a fell play is half. They may not have broken down. A you just did. That's what. Kevin Durant was alluding to. Understand that you got people rooting for Anthony Davis as we speak. They want him to have the ability and the freedom to go where he wants to go. And when you had the supermax deals that were impose you can't get a supermax going to another team, you only get the supermax deal with your team the team that you signed on for. And I don't have time to get all the particulars and the rules because it could be very very confusing. But in the end, that's what it comes down to. You LeBron James worth more than one hundred fifty three million dollars. That's all the Lakers were allowed to offer him. If he stayed in Cleveland, they coulda gave them about two hundred plus Steph curry got the supermax deal Georgia to one million dollars. Russell Westbrook got to Mexico. It's two hundred seventeen million dollars. Why they get those this because this with their team? Lead to go. Elsewhere because the objectives incentivize you to stay with your team. Because it was opposed to be something to help these small market teams keep their own stars. But somehow some way you have some ages who come along and convince you that there's more money out there to be made by going elsewhere. Anthony Davis has clearly bought into that. And I'm not sure anybody could disagree with them. Because one could argue salary wise. The Lakers could never offer you what the pelicans offered you. They could never do that. But as the Dave is can't get in marketing. Off the court what he could get if he were member the Los Angeles Lakers franchise. Some of the people don't matter some people might depending on their own individual personalities and eight say ESPN eight seven two three seven seven six. Let's get. Let's get to the phones. Let's go to my man champ. You'll live Stephen ESPN radio. ESPN news talk to me. Thanks for the call. Yup. I wanna say it is before we get into the NBA. It's funny wanna free eight in baseball. They don't lose a hundred million when they going on the market if they go to a different team, but only in the NBA that happens. Yeah. That'd be and said, you know, I spoke to NBA assistant coach today and talking about this situation with the Los Angeles, potentially landing Anthony Davis. But it's like days are all over again the best team in Los Angeles for the last eight years has been the Los Angeles Clippers because of the veto that happened with New Orleans and Chris Paul and with nobody's talking about the clippers have eight guys under contract that have expired contracts but next season, they have pieces that can trade for Anthony Davis and land Davis for the clippers. Yeah. Yeah. They may Champa away. Here's my thing. I you're absolutely right. There's not there's nothing wrong. What you're saying? But I'm saying that you is that I think that the clippers are all more of the mindset on holding onto its assets with the confidence that they. Got enough cap space to get big Tom talent in free agency rather than surrendering that talent via trait. Well, our greet with you. But if you wanna make it a bit in war on who's better, the clippers the Lakers and keep the Lakers doormat, if you land Davidson the trade this off season, you can go at the koala, and Kevin Durant and say guess what you wanna play with a twenty five twenty six year old Anthony Davis. Oh, you wanna play with thirty four. What you're saying? You're talking about them accumulating their own big three you're saying that you don't because a lot of people are talking about if you get into Davis that you don't need one of the two you're saying, no, do what you can trade those tradable assets of choir Anthony Davis, but then turn around and still say, Kevin Durant and Kawara Lennon, you got this brother here. Wave for you on a clipper uniform, you show you don't wanna come here. That's what you're saying. Right. Because what can argue Tobias hairs and mantra hit a Herrero to to the pelicans, his better and Ingram. But it it's one of these things from basketball standpoint. You wanna bidding war, right and everybody just automatically assume that crispy on the anti Davis is going to the Lakers. But you gotta remember he has a whole 'nother year next year. So you're telling me that koala would choose the Lakers with LeBron or the clippers with David one year. And you telling me that wire Leonard Anthony Davis day was won't sign a new deal with the clippers and then leave for Los Angeles to the Lakers in another locker room. I beg to differ. I think people better pay to the two you have ten days. Rich Paul to land Asni Davis to the Lakers. If you don't you mean to tell me, your best friend and your best player is LeBron James. You can't let the best top young town. Let me tell you where I disagree with you. Let me tell you. I disagree with you where our struggled agree with your Cessna. Is you're putting it on Rich, Paul. I'm looking at Magic Johnson. Because Rich Paul has made it clear and Anthony Davis has made it clear through Rich, Paul. He wants out. Now. It's a matter of what assets not if the if the Lakers weren't willing to give up all the assets necessary to get him, then that would be on Rich Paul because it's your job to be on the phone with Magic Johnson being Magic Johnson's face since you live in out the LA and make it very very clear to magic man what you doing no hold on anything. But if Magic Johnson has made it clear he's willing to give up the farm for Anthony Davis. What more can Rich Paul do other than that that comes down to? I'm not blaming risk called what I'm saying to you is is going to be a huge story of Jerry West and pull Abney. Hice flavors as a heist is no question. It's an absolute positive heights. There is no doubt about it. Because his. Champ Lakers ten is day champ. I'll give you I'll give you the floor. Hold on the second. Here's what I'm thinking. I don't care as much about who the clippers get I care about what the Lakers don't get life for me if the Lakers. The Lakers are on the cusp of something disastrous here if they don't get Anthony Davis. They could end up with nothing. Whereas the clippers is getting to what is just got one. They still being a position to be formidable opposition to the Lakers. So to me the disasters not what the clippers kit. The disaster is if the Lakers end up getting nothing. No, Paul, George. No, Kawara Linnet. No, Kevin Durant. No, Anthony Davis, not even a Kemba Walker. And then you don't get Anthony Davis ease up. I think that's what the disaster is Jim. Agree. But you gotta remember this the trae from Indiana to the tunder for Paul George everybody assumed that he was gonna play year in. Okay. See and go to the Lakers. And what I'm telling you is if you look at the clippers roster right now, they have the pieces they have the cash space next year. If if New Orleans say, you know, what we're gonna do business again with the clippers when they beat up the tray with David star with they'll Dempster who is the GM steel with the New Orleans Hornets pointed what I'm saying, you this right here if this happens it's like Kobe Bryant and his in his career people thought with that trailer. Chris Paul gonna help the White House and make another run we looking at the end of the Broad Arrow if they go anywhere else. Besides the Los Angeles. I see and what I'm saying to you is the only way here's with champ. Stephen a part ways. I totally agree with you with that exact precise statement if the Lakers that that would nothing, but let's say, for example, they don't wanna. Dealt with as Davis, but they get Kawai and all or Durant. So and I'm not saying that's going to happen. I'm just thinking, hypothetically, I'm simply saying to you. The issue is not Anthony Davis to me. The issue is the Lakers. Lebron and nothing I think that I, but I, but I think. To hold the thing that the thing that is troublesome is everybody's putting this on the Anthony Davis thing. And I'm saying notice a bigger problem. The biggest problem is Brooklyn and clippers or a Boston everybody ended up with something. But the Lakers the Lakers ending nothing is a biggest story that them not getting specifically Anthony Davis. Agree with last bay. If Davis goes to the east, it doesn't hurt the Lakers as much if he goes to the clippers and co why wants to play in LA? I don't believe Kawachi LeBron over twenty five twenty six zero anti Dave. I I the rent. I agree Ron O'Brien. I agree. But all I'm saying to you is that still isn't bigger than the lake is ending up with nothing. They've missed out on Paul George. They've missed out on Kawara Linnet because they wanna trade any assets. Now, they would be willing to trade assets. But still get Anthony Davis. This is potentially disastrous for Magic Johnson and the loss Angeles. But even more disastrous for Magic Johnson terms of the allure and how he's viewed as a big name in the executive for the link is even though in his sleep. He's improvement over Jim bus. The big also issue is what LeBron James because if they end up getting no one to play with LeBron James LeBron James will not win a championship for the loss. Lakers and outside of the expiring year of Elgin Baylor in his career, the bottom line is LeBron James will be the first mar Kee superstar for the Los Angeles Lakers to have failed to bring home a chip. That is the fact that is the reality. We have ten days. All right. Gotta bounce. I play the call, bro. Thank you. Let's go. To Cedric Alava. Stephen. They talked to said it said. Hey, how you doing Steve? I'm good, man. Thank you for calling. What's up, man? I respect your knowledge much only NBA. I wanna ask you this question. I'm gonna hang up back to the Lakers, if the Lakers do acquire Anthony date, this is just your opinion because I respect your opinion big time, tell me some assortment, they would need to get that's out there that could possibly be available them to go to the next level. Chan. Your question if they were to get Anthony Davis Ampere him with LeBron James, you're asking me. What else would they need to help them win? The chip. Because those two right there. Got it. It's not enough. But here's the part that I would remind you of Cedric if you have LeBron a healthy LeBron, which is this moment with a healthy, Anthony Davis, right? Then it's just a matter of finding the parts that mesh in other words, let's say for example, that there was a Josh heart. That wasn't traded. There was a Rondo there wasn't moved. And you had an opportunity to get some of these other players who are not scrubs what they're far from second tier? I hear stars. They're just marginal or slightly above marginal players, if you are the Lakers would Anthony Davis and LeBron James you are still a top fourteen in the NBA with the potential to win a championship. Even I wouldn't give them the edge over Golden State by a long shot. But you're in the discussion, and you're challenging if it's just LeBron James devoid of any of those guys you have no chance, and that's. I grew just the. Appreciate that information man in peace out to look. Thank you so much. Let's go to is area. You live Stephen. They talked to me what's up. What's up? Let's go to Tyrone dog to me. Hey, Steven how you doing? I'm doing. All right. Was up talk to me. All right. Steven, I if you know, let me let me back up just a second brother, if you don't mind go is it possible brother, in your opinion that Tracy McGrady and Scottie Pippen spent for the because they was on TV. They were being PC is it possible that don't brother was really trying to say that Zion Williams risk and catastrophic injury. He'll young brothers. Right there star right there. Do your favorite. I'm gonna explain the situation for you. Okay. What you're alluding to Scottie Pippen and Tracy McGrady being on the job what Rachel Nichols a little over week ago stating that Zion Williamson out of Duke should just sit out the rest of the year. And I went off, and I said no way on earth should that happen. This should not be a situation where you got this guy quitting in the middle of seizing. You can't do that. That was my proclamation. Okay. Go ahead. Okay. So so are you telling me that are telling us that? Young black man for real South Carolina had the potential to make generation wealth before he ever steps on the NBA. Yes. To jeopardize that poor national championship, you know, other than the no that's not what that's not. No, no, your character. Rasi get wrong. What I'm saying to you Tyrone is this you could've made that call before the season Zion. Williamson coming out of high school would have been a top ten pick in the NBA draft period without question, he was one of the elite players coming into college. That's why you see him all over Duke because everybody saw him in RJ Barrick coming. My point is is not that he should jump. He should he should jeopardize anything. He should jeopardize my point. Is you make the decision before the season if you are healthy, and you are on the basketball court, you do not quit on your team in the middle of the? Season because you looking forward to next year where you are healthy. What you do is you make the decision before the season begins. You don't make the decision in the middle of the season. You just gonna quit on your team. That's not right. That's what I said. Okay. And one other one other quick. Do you believe even if the Lakers quiet day, we are in agreement? They go to sell the farm to do. So. Yes, do do you believe that they would be better off with the brand AD with no shooters? And no, you know, none. None. No. They wouldn't be go to state. They wouldn't win the championship. But they would have to superstars and all they would need is parts that mixed match. You know, you had Mike Millan Ray Allen and God's like that willing to accept less money to join the Bronte Wade, and Chris Bosh what I'm saying is in the case of Anthony Davis and LeBron James you don't need a star. You don't even need an above a bunch of above average place. What you need our role players who know how to play their role to fit with those two guys to legitimately challenge and be a top four team in the NBA for the next three years. That's what LeBron paired with Anthony Davis would guarantee. Stephen. I appreciate your brother would expect university. Thank you much love to us. Well, we should call at eight say ESPN, it's inundate seven to nine three seven seven six. 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I can't deny what I'm seeing right now. Here's the reality of the situation. When you look at things for what they are. Okay. Bill Belichick the mastermind that he can be going up against Jared Goff. Who's in his thirty in the National Football League. That's a problem we've seen Jared Goff be down this year Tigar Lee questionable health. I saw Patrick Chung talking smack to them very unbelted light per se. But if they're going back it up they're going back it up. Let's see what happens, but right now and the as the week progresses will get more and more into it. But as the week progresses, we got a call it what it is. You know to me the Los Angeles Rams as talented as they are only have one chance of winning the Super Bowl. They have got to get the ball. They have got to get four men to be able to get. To be able to get. At Tom Brady. Has to be. It's got to be four. You can't blame them all day Tom Brady. I don't care how much he struggled against the bourgeois regular seasons while he's not gonna do it. You cannot leave men open down the field and Tom Brady fairly each you up. You're going to have to rush him with four you're going to have to keep seven guys in the secondary. If you do anything less than that time. Right. He's going each up. That's my personal opinion. That's just the way. I see it. So the media key is just as era. Donald is consumed his Brocker. It's fowler. They gotta get Tom Brady that should chance. It eight say ESPN edits to three seven go back to the phones. Let's go to bend. You live Stephen. They was up in. Hey, Steven was going on. I'm all right talk to be meant. Hey, I wanna ask you a question Darryl Maury with the Houston Rockets him at the helm. Do you think maybe it can be possible that you can trae Capello for Anthony Davis? Maybe throwing them nother piece like maybe, Gordon or or Tucker. Gordon, tucker. Yeah. Cappella with Gordon and Tucker stat enough for you for Anthony days. I mean, if you that if you down. If you were dealt Dem's, would you would you? I mean, listen, let's if you're going to offer I route four first round picks to get your hands on Jimmy Butler while what did you do it for Anthony Davis? So you're right about that. But if you're the pelicans, why would you trade within that same conference, and for cappella, whatever, Gordon, I don't know if you can do that. I don't know if that's enough I like appel A lot. But Anthony Davis is just on a different level. Yeah. You know, I'm just I'm just not sure, but you could make the legitimate argument if the Lakers were cool Meinhard and Ingram and these boys is enough. How come cappella can't be enough with Gordon you could make that argument? All right. So see. All right. Appreciate coleman. Thank you. Omar, you live even talk to me. Hey, how's it going? Hey, how's it going Stephen name man twice as on a even being talking to you right now? But I just wanna say man why, you know, people don't talk about the Spurs. You know, what I'm saying possibility being land spot for, you know, Anthony Davis because people don't want to go to San Antonio. I'm just being real what you I mean? The reality of the situation is that if San Antonio is gonna qui- assets is going to be a via trade, or it's going to be, you know. Trades or the draft. About marquee free agents. They usually don't wanna go to market like San Antonio, San. Antonio is a great city, obviously a first class organization. Nobody's casting any aspersions on a matter of fact, I got a Linnet for for for labeling them the way that he did if you wanna leave just say you wanna leave, but for the organization to be put front and center the way that it did in terms of mishandling injuries, and all of this other nonsense. I mean, I had a problem with that. Because the San Antonio Spurs have been to first class throughout the years to put them in that kind of untenable situation. They didn't deserve that. They deserve the benefit of the doubt having said that however, it is a small market town a great great sports down. But nevertheless, a small market town. And when you see people talking about having a desire to go play in certain cities. They don't say San Antonio. They just don't do it. And as your truth, he said, he wanna be on a winning team man who has that many new players still winning have library. I agree. I agree. I agree. There's no question that nobody can refute that about the San Antonio Spurs. That's undeniable that's undeniable. So you are right about that. Appreciate the call, man. Thank you Cade. You lie was Stephen. They talked me high doing nice, what's up talk to me. Under wanted to know how do you feel about David not finding sensor and one of the lead? Do you think that was the right move on the do? These wanted to leave New Orleans. I can't say I blame him. He wants to be on some kind of contender. I don't have a problem with that del Dem's, I respect and Alvin gentry, I definitely respect. But they'll Dem's in particular had apple opportunity to build a contender. And he hasn't been able to do it. Drew holidays. A really good player. He showed up in the postseason against Portland. But you know, you need more help than him and drew holiday. It's just it's just a true drought. As a really really really good player, but he's not a superstar. And Anthony Davis is up against an army of individuals or teams assembling a number of stars. And he wants to legitimate chance to compete now. You can look at him and say eight years in the league only to play off appearances that's on him. You can look at that. You can look at that. And that's a fair criticism. But we universally recognized him as one of the top three players on the planet, and we universally and we religiously and perpetually question. Question. You know, when it's going to come to time, you know, for us to take care of you know, to to get him the help that he needs help the he deserves. So I it's it's a legitimate question. Right now, it truly is. And do you think do you think the Lakers are the best national fall? I I don't think it's listen, I think it's the best destination for him in terms of what he'll get an opportunity to showcase alongside LeBron James, but in the same breath. I don't think that that is the best destination for him as it pertains to the pelicans who have his rights if I'm the pelicans. I'm fighting tooth and nail for to send him to LA. I'm looking at Boston another options, I'm not trying to send in LA within the same conference to make him in LeBron better at my expense. Because what can I get this going to equal Anthony Davis? I can't get anything that's going to go on David's. So why would I wanna do that? Exactly. Not for the east of pelican, and you go appreciate the call, man. Andrew ulli. Stephen. They talked to me real quick into. Yes. Even there's thing that says bird in the hand is worth two in the Bush. You know, and I believe what the Lakers have done. They have dug yourself and whole with allowing themselves two years ago when it all started when they could have time collide litter the future and end up in a Paul George. They wanted to trade for him. But none of these side to come there. They they knew the Brown was gonna probably come there with the deal they had with him. But that that has now caused other people to say, well, maybe I don't wanna go play with the Brown. They wanna go somewhere else. And you gotta have day was coming up. Honestly, don't think that he'll be traded to LA within before the trade deadline. I don't I don't see that happening. They would be stupid for the pelicans to do that. I think if he does traded it will be somewhere out east when not to lay and LA's outside looking in come the next two years when the bronze tours you more than a season this year already. He's already miss what twenty something games with his injury. People are living that like, hey do. I wanna go put my future in the hands of the Lakers. Put it put it with LeBron. He may not. Even d there man may not be the same player. He has been you know, the last. He's here. He's going to be there. The question is whether or not it's going to be the same player, but he's going to be there. He signed he's locked in for for three years three plus years. He's going to be there. It's not going anywhere. So that much we know about LeBron James we have to wait and see. That's really what this all comes down to appreciate the call. Thank you so much edit eight say ESPN, it's inundate seven to nine three seven seven six you. 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And they've been bottom five every year. So when Anthony Davis leaves is this the end of professional basketball, New Orleans, you think I don't know. I don't know. I think that when I think that places like New Orleans places like Memphis dismiss speculation. I haven't looked into the numbers are intimately. But I will tell you that Seattle is a great great sports bar in the great sports town, and they are definitely clamoring for an NBA city. And quite frankly, they deserve it. They really really deserve a basketball team. And if I'm the NBA, I'm certainly entertaining transitioning one of those teams Oklahoma City is there because Seattle lost at team. Okay. I definitely think this deserves a basketball team. So it's gonna be real interesting to see what transpires in that regard. And. In the years to come. We're going to be real interesting to see what happens in Memphis. What happens in New Orleans places like that? And whether or not they can really maintain having a basketball team. Thank you for taking my call, man. Thank for socio. Love. You have a good day. All right. Thank you Anthony allow Stephen they would up. My man. How are you? I'm alright talk. I think the I think the Lakers need to give the pelicans anything. They want three first routes four first round picks. And then after they get Davis and JR Smith. Anthony, Carmelo Anthony off the street the pair with Rondo on the bra. And what do you think we'll see we'll see I definitely think that Carmelo should end up in LA. I'm hopeful that he was and I was very happy that New York Knicks fans gave him the standing ovation that they gave him that was real touching in my estimation. I was real real happy to see that. No question about it. We'll see what happens we should the call. Thank you, Daryl. You'll Stephen what's up. Yeah. Just a couple of things the pro. Oh, man that was just a disgrace to watch suggestion. What do you think about getting rid of the Pro Bowl? Totally four awards the NFL. So having like have the city and do all play for like, maybe a third place up. Please. I'm I'm not sure what the hell's ever been interested at their place. That's an astronaut suggestion. But I will tell you that. Absolutely. Get rid of the Pro Bowl. These players should not be playing this complete waste of time. They don't play any defense. It's an exhibition game. And because the sport is so violent they know it and they got against it. And they don't play that hard. It's an embarrassment. As far as I'm concerned. They don't need to get data. They just needed to completely and totally do away with the Pro Bowl, absolutely positively without question. I'm all for that. Let's go to Kenny you lava, Steve, and it was Kinney from of course, seen right magic only has ten days to get. Anthony Davis because if I'm the I would rather go to Baltimore thing. But if magic did line. There was able to get Anthony Davis. Do you think he can pull off? Maybe Nick sure getting Dame Lillard the go with Anthony Davis. And LeBron I will tell you this. If Damian love that had his druthers he would rather be in New York than LA. I know that for fact, he would rather be in New York than LA because he doesn't want the pop Rasi kind of atmosphere and the drama that exists in Los Angeles of particularly with LeBron did that would not be his preference. But I imagine he get over it. If he was imposition to capture championship. What I would tell you that don't expect the places to be cooperative because they are people. They are people that you know, essentially, the within the same division. I just same conference division. They're not anxious to help the Lakers by any stretch of imagination Quinton Georgia. You got thirty seconds. Go. What whether you think about the Lakers being ever, get Kimball carry or cousins next year. And who do you think will be coaching get causes of cousins wants to come because he'll come on. He, you know, presumably he'll come on the cheap that remains to be seen. I wanna stay in. Go to state unless somebody comes with a lucrative offer for him that he can't refuse. Not. I don't see the Lakers being that kind of team and zipper taste the kyri. We wait. And see it all depends on how Boston treats them. I gotta get on outta outta here. But I'll be back in twenty two hours until then peace love, everybody late crash. Just a sample of what you hear on the Stephen swift show, weekdays at one PM eastern on ESPN radio and ESPN app.

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ESPNLA Mornings with Keyshawn, LZ and Travis HR 2

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

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ESPNLA Mornings with Keyshawn, LZ and Travis HR 2

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Cockatiel do Elsie Kaku due to do. I think this falls to you and keys absence. You are responsible for providing Ed lines the cockatiel goes to you. I thought you were going to go. Using your Duda warehouse. Yeah. This is. So we talked about it when we were out at at river on Thursday for the Genesis open. We're talking about the story about Matt Kuchar who wanted tournament Mexico back in November and stiffness caddy that he tipped him, basically, fifteen hundred bucks. The tournament wins about a million three. They've come to an agreement before the tournament to do to for thirty five hundred dollar fee to carry the bag for the weekends up winning. And then he bonus them an additional fifteen hundred on top of that bring it to five thousand everybody starts to kill coocher and cooter going back to Thursday's was I'm sleeping fine at night. I'm good. I don't need to worry about this. A deal is deal. Basically, he's somebody or some the ghost of caddies past and present visited him in the middle of the night because he came around he came around and paid him. I missed the boat with this one I did not put the shoe on the other foot. I did not do a good job here. And I think in any situation if you can just understand where somebody's coming from. It makes the world a lot better place. I. Missed that one. Then he went on to kind of Pat himself on the back. You're twenty years. People know who I am. I always try to do my best for the fans, I've had an incredible relationship with the fans, and obviously this week guys out. But for the most part, I think they judge me long-term. I'm glad that the caddy got his money gave him the fifty thousand. I'm glad that that that man got paid because he's certainly deserved it. But this was the lineup, and I are twenty years people know who I am mica Collins came out and said when we were with them on Thursday, like, yeah, that's the problem people do know who you are actually is is so celebrity, you know, like, oh, I missed that one. No. You've got pulled aside by sponsors or something and told to make this right? You didn't miss it. Because we wanted out to you multiple times several days, we put it out to you didn't miss it. You were pulled aside and said you need to fix this. This is bad for your brand. And then you went, and you, you know, you pay the man money the thing that I think it's most disturbing this call for who hasn't won a tournament. What for years for years? Yeah. And so he gets a local guy who knows the course. So he didn't just carry his bag. He helped he helped there. Yeah. He knew the possible. Pasta land. It was grass the toll the high grass with a high grass. And he got bullied into it by fans. Basically, that's what it sounds sounds chirping Adam he's didn't want to be chirped out for the rest of the payment dollars. Best. Dollars. Are you? Sure. Yes. Not sure. Yes. Cording to the story dollars dollars. Not pesos e seem to get agitated by that. Fifty thousand pesos we'd be right back where we started. I'm just saying you gotta wash these people man, try give you the okeydoke Matt Kuchar finish twenty eight. So he's right back where he was before you meant to be free meant the cat. He losing didn't didn't work out for him. You're listening to Caspian less. Luke and LeBron their relationship has been talked about really since LeBron came to the Lakers, and whether or not he was gonna like Luke whether or not magic like Luke whether or not it was going to work. There was that story a couple couple of weeks ago month the show ago that maybe team LeBron wasn't thrilled with the job that Luke was doing. So we're hearing from Luke he was talking about his relationship. Lebron James TMZ sports. Leakers. Right. How'd you your season? So far. You're not getting along. Says about is true injury. In the Senate. He was not say anything now all of a sudden. The the trainers. Idiots. Career. Disease head coach the head coach you love it. That was coming out of timber two at LAX. It was delta. So there's still to go. Delta goes on vacation back land. One thing you won't you here. But if you look at the video, he was very patient with the guy was just the guy, you know, he was just walking goes, and he stopped any walking. And the guy would ask the question he stopped. So he was very patiently usually guys kind of cut it off. All right. That's it or that's a smart play to do. Yeah. We didn't hook agitate it looks as if he's getting on your skin. So Lucas playing smart, and that's Luke's default setting. Luke is not an agitated sort of guy. He's he's a pretty mellow easygoing guy. Think that's part of the reason. He's so well liked throughout the NBA is that he's not a of a guy that's easily agitated Jackie MacMullan wrote this story last month suggesting that LeBron's camp for coaching change. This was in the middle of LeBron's of his injury thing was game twelve or thirteen whenever when you know, the story came out. I don't know. I'm not questioning Jackie's reporting. It all she's a longtime best reporters, she's get inside sources. And she says what her sources of telling her. I believe her. I just don't know how much of it is about his campaign. How much of it's really is about LeBron because the brand new Luke was coach when he agreed to sign up. Right. This isn't like breaking news. And you know, he gave David bladder. Good season went to the finals. And then you got rid of them. Yeah. You know? So I don't know if Lucas in the same category as David because David Blatt came in my opinion, and based upon spoken with a certain attitude that he has been successful before the NBA. And so you need to do things my way, I was a bad this and that was a bad decision. That's not approaches out, right? He's more cooperative than that. So I don't know look Luke's fate with LeBron slash the Lakers is gonna be predicated entirely on whether or not they win that he and LeBron James could be best friends. No, actually, no because David Blanton, LeBron one. And then he bows. But that's because he didn't like there's no way that LeBron is with Luke and say, I don't want to be around because I don't like him. You got the sense that the David Blatt thing was more. Hey, I've been around basketball my whole life. We're gonna do it about the fronts. Like, no, I think that Luke is shrewd enough and pliable enough to understand that if I don't have a relationship the best player my team, I've got nothing. So he's going to meet that minimum requirement. But if the Lakers looked there outside of the playoff picture. Now, they're under five hundred they need to figure out a way to win. And then LeBron will decide whether or not he wants to play for Luke. And then they'll make the decision, but this is going to make the decisions going to be made for themselves. If they continue to do this. The first question that whole conversation was what do you think of the first half of the season? Looks response was good. I know that it's just some teas some guy outside a terminal two. But that that's not the right answer there. And it's not great. For me. We missed a bunch of guys a bunch of guys hurt. Broncos gone. Lonzo's been gone. Not great. We need to we need to get going. I mean to me several questions that came from interview questionable. One is writing you fly private. What's happened to your statue? That you come through to the rest of us. That's not a good look. Seriously. You know, again, he's in he's he's up against the wall. Because you can't say the first half the season has been disappointing horrible because that leads you down a different conversation with TMZ that you don't wanna have you say good. And then you leave the guy to participate on his oh because he has nothing to build on. And if you notice an interview he was quickly forced to try different approach was really shrewd and smart and both as patients, but also in the way, the answer the questions, we all know that below five hundred we're disappointed, we all know this. There's no reason for him to say the obvious because it's just going to have the guy half Ottawa question to answer. Don't like the obvious. Yes, rush. Luke. He was talking about LeBron, you know, thinking, Brian would I guess we thinking of? Feeling. I was coming. That's right. And as you know, LeBron played in the all star game is yesterday in this all star weekend. So there are players list of players that have played in thirteen or more Austar games history of the NBA a few of them are still playing. Can you guys named him? Go Travis you go. I live Ron O'Brien is on the list. That's right. It was LeBron. That's where he played in now. Fourteen believe sixteen sixteen rate is playing his thirteenth. Well, you good. That's right. That's right. Dwayne Wade is on the list. Jabbar number one with nineteen. That's right. It's always a good place to start when you talk NBA. Corrine. Pretty good player turns out, all right? Looking for players that played in thirteen or more all star games? I am going to go with Kobe Bryant. He is eighteen second to cutting. That's right. Let's see there. Is see how many current players on this list? One active player. That's left. Yes. Dirk. That's right. My dad he said, he's not retire. Maybe he's no you don't think about it. No, you don't think about who. It all star game. We're looking for players have played in thirteen more all star games. The rest are retired hall of famers. I'm going to say the mailman always delivers. That's correct Carmello played in fourteen as well. I'd my question wanna wait on this. I'm I'm gonna say Chamberlain. We'll still he is on the list thirteen of them. That's right. Oh, that's pretty good. How many more do we have you have one two three four five six seven eight one nine on man. That's a lot. Yes. All right. Let's see Massachusetts. Choose from who stick around too long. Pretty sure state around too long. Was that your answer? Yes. Okay. Well, you are incorrect. So that means won the game. I need a one of a set Jordan, and I was wondering because of that three year high eighties. Whether or not he was reading. And that one year with wizards that he did make he may rise first year. But at the second year, he's fourteen so on the fifteenth question don't question this fifth. Lonza lodger one is not on the list. Joyous. Urban played in sixteen JJ. Remember him temp Dunkin? That's a solid you gotta miss that. One. Garnett. What was his nickname the ticket? Okay. He's on the list. She you guys didn't mentioned Shaquille. He's on the list, Jordan as you mentioned. And then we got some traps, it's people Jerry West. Cousy? I would trying to get aids and go straight probably some sort of system in place to sure that we got a few for a while. Moses Malone is on. That's right. Speaking all stars. Of course, we play the game. We did our snake draft. Draft. At the same time travel. Who won? Well, we so base. You guys picked your all star teams. And you try to get the piano and pick the MVP believe key doing away as the MVP did not happen sake. Draft news, L Z picked Westbrook. Did not get and Travis. You Kimba going with the home? Yeah. You know? Wouldn't great my squad. Did you? Did you guys drafted? So in points. We do points versa. Keyshawn came in last with AD only played five minutes. Of course. He's his team scored a total of ninety three point. We told him. He was hurt. Yeah. Second on. That list was Travis your team scored ninety seven points, total points, and L z his teams of Gordon astounding one hundred six point. We also have rebounds rebounds, Keyshawn came in last again. You know? Thinking players that working thirty five rebounds. Travis your team at thirty eight rebounds in LV once again with forty four rebate Christian, but we also have say, hopefully, I got some dimes coming my well Keyshawn finished last again there. Trap. Travis tied Keyshawn choruses Z. You get twenty seven. Champion swept yards triple double for LV house. Predictions LV snake draft had a good weekend. Those had Janas stuff Westbrook de way, Damian Lillard joker calorie. So you had all those guys on his team. The joker didn't seem to really want to be out there that much. We played thirteen minutes. He shot three or four from the field. Gotcha, nine rebounds. Oh, yeah. Rebound. You went below either zero assist though, surprisingly for guy that has the most doubles as a center currently in the league, he run an offense for him to get assist. True. That's true. You got to do more than throw a lobster? Exactly in Tokyo. Brown says that Ben Rothlisberger looks at football differently than his fellow teammates. We'll tell you what that is. That is coming up next. Happy birthday angrily among boy Elsie. Thirty five years ago. The footloose was released directed by angrily. I don't think that. I really believe it's a bit Chris. That's true. That's true. Does it? Hold up the movie or the song song definitely holds up. The song. Definitely hose dancing. Does not the dancy didn't held up and he was out. Well, look when you're making that movie with those people the dancing, not going to be you say that it's not gonna be great again. Good. It's just not you're gonna get people like me in that movie. And it's just not to the dancing not gonna be on point. That was more authentic. Kevin baking broke out some choreography and Jimmy Jackson videos like that. This is a seen. Right. That would be appropriation. Yes. We going to do that people still have Sunday shoes. No. That's what he says. Your Sunday shoes. Don't wanna give me. Like, I'm crazy. I know you didn't write the song. Happy birthday to footloose. Now. Thirty five years old today. Moving. In their in footloose. Yeah. Him questions. I have more than one hit because it was a really popular sound like we footloose knowledge that song from the movie way, he said. All right. Let's hear it for the boy, I knew it was another song almost paradise. All right almost dancing the sheets Cellamare. For the boy, I had no idea was seed give him the beats. Okay. Beat to the movie. They wanted to kick him. What happens is they put the music and imposed it doesn't line up with. They should have. No. When he's got shut him was not look right surprise when they put it in with post with that movie that it didn't line up perfectly. Dancing in lining up perfectly. Travis you're your YouTube video of you doing the the peewee Herman, very poplin ESPN LA, and yeah, they writers. And Instagram's yo knows he was good coach. Yeah. Showing you how to move your hips and all coach on that. I'm not a good dancer. I'm not gonna pretend anything other than terrible at that. You didn't have to pretend. No, you didn't have to pretend. Have the whispered? You can tell me that I'm a bad dancer gonna hurt. My feelings words movements not mine. Not everybody's good at everything else. No one good thing. God doesn't give with both hands. That's one of my favorites. All right. Both in. I had an interesting take on burger he was back on Twitter again. And he was asked about his relationship with Big, Ben. And this is what he wrote no conflict. Just a matter of respect mutual respect. He has an owner mentality like can call it anybody, including coaches players know, but they can't say anything about it. Otherwise, the they meal ticket gone. It's dirty game within a game. Hashtag truth. Yeah. Kind of I mean, this is one of those guys you look at Tom Brady Bryson's who's the most famous quarterback arguably ever the greatest quarterback ever. All we know. Tom Brady's resume pretty well liked by most of his teammates. He is well respected in that locker room by going all the way back to the beginning to now you must never hear anybody say anything negative about Tom Brady. And if they talk about them at all, it's usually glowing Ben Rothlisberger 's not the case they talk about his game. They like his game. But you can tell the Ben Rothlisberger not a particularly well like guy, and I think Antonio Brown's probably just saying what most of his teammates have felt for years and years, and you know, some of the has to do with Ben and the way that he interacts with obviously a lot of it has to do with what happened to bin and the way that the franchise treaty him when he was going through his legal difficulties by making seem like his legal difficulties were somehow different than the other difficulties other players. On the team the roster were going through and so the hypocrisy really as magnified within. Once you go through that storm you want to stand. There your chest out and start telling people what to do like, you're all set. Now, a moral authority that to me is probably what really rubs generally speaking people the wrong way when it comes to bed, maybe not necessarily specific this roster. Because when he went through difficulties was mini seasons ago. But certainly when I think of being rothlisburger, I think of the dude the had multiple episodes was allowed to quote unquote, redeem himself, and I'm using air quotes because you don't redeem your set by touchdowns. But that's the way we have to characterize it. Sure. And now we want to forget that part of his life, which is fine except when brothers getting trouble, and we have difficulties it's always brought up. We're always reminded. We don't get you know. You know, completely in your review mirror. It's always kind of with you. Right. Yeah. So so with Ben there's like there's a national media sort of kid glove handling of him. There was a different set of rules for him when he was in the midst of his difficulties and then on in terms of what internal Brown's speaking of. That's just journey. What happens with quarterbacks anyway quarterbacks? Get to go off on you. And they get to be untouchable in large part because they are the most important player on the field. I think it's both of those things, and I'm not sure it's not more the latter than the former for sure, but I think it's mostly a quarterback thing that the quarterback gets to play by different rules and everyone else if he wants to now the smart ones the Brady's and some of the other guys that are very well liked by their teammates. They'll use those rules to their advantage when they need to. But they also understand that they need to be kind of one of the guys at least as often as they can rothlisburger seems to have taken the quarterback option and gun nuke. Klier with it that I can say whatever I want because you can't replace. And let's be honest. He's getting to the point where maybe you can start thinking about replace him in the draft at quarterback. But Ben Rothlisberger is a multiple times Super Bowl champion. Ben Rothlisberger is still a high level NFL quarterback. And he knows that as good as Antonio Brown is they'll walk away from him they'll walk away from Lebanon pill. The these guys are Pro Bowl players high level players arguably the best players at their position. But I can find a reasonable facsimile of both of those. I can't find another Rothlisberger rothlisburger uses that card more often than most quarterbacks do, and he's sort of clumsy in the way, he uses it as well. He's dumb. For the word comes a he's let's be honest. He is he's just he just. Going back to his difficulties as you characterize him. You hear them talking? Like, oh, I know what this is. He's not real smart. I mean, just what it is. No, no. It wasn't a smart decision. Right. Either of them all of them. Right. Right. But he used a QB he gets to different rules. And he as you'd like to say exercise, the practice more grievously than other QB's, but don't be mistaken AB is also trying to get the hell out of died. And you get the hell out of dodge by saying things about your QB because it makes them more difficult for men's in the final way to bring you back. So I'm not saying what abo sane is all fiction. I'm just saying also serves a purpose for what he wants to do which is go somewhere else in key pointed out, give joy in -tunities today in mic some money off of different franchise because negotiate an extension. They have to keep him for a while. They the timing of when they get rid of Antonio Brown is incredibly important due to the cap number. They do it before certain time. They get smoked if they do it after a time. It's a much more manageable cap hit. He's got to be you can't go after the coach. You can't go. After the organization you can't go after the quarterback. And then bring him back. I know that he's one of the best in the business. But he the it's over the question is how many other teams are willing to bring him in. He's a noisy guy. Remember back when he said, he just wanted to just live this life that all this publicity stuff is too much so much for that rapid in that guy that guy realize being quiet doesn't get you. What you want? I guess it doesn't get you. What you want all-star weekend is behind us good how LeBron's tampering team. Look. We'll tell you next. It's nothing says heavy birthday Rosh. President say like a little cowboy music. That's a hint. Got it kinda hit. Got me. Happy birthday, John Travolta, title or one of the big songs from the urban cowboy soundtrack. Now's the my correct in this that I remember hearing a lot about this movie as gay, but was it a flop or something? It just wasn't good. Right. I don't think it was a flop. I don't think it was good. Okay. But I mean when a big deal made a lot of it just was a tough watch or something it was a horse movie. Okay. Oh who needs that? Like if it's not if it's not a Horsely. No, western without it. It's a western. That's. There's a western going up. But if you're just he was just like a city urban cowboy urban. On the tomatoes. No, no, no, not sure. Metro couple, John Travolta, movies, generally, speaking with there's a few exceptions that I've liked but not really hitting the sweet spot of planet of the apes one. He was like one of the bad guys or something. Mark Wahlberg or such. It was the budget was TIMMY dollars fifty three million at the box office. That was a huge hit this movie. Yeah, we create like a whole a lot of people's travis's. People are like, yeah. We can be go line dance. We don't want to go back to the one. He played a planet of the guy. He just it's gone. I'm gonna check Raj dot com, but many times as you want. That's gonna find that fact guys wanna be okay, you're Travolta, hairspray is Travolta move. Yeah. Hairspray. Hey. Fair Travolta movie. I guess is. That's for me. I guess, but I don't consider that Travolta movie. I consider he was eight. Okay. Tarintino movie or Jackson do Quin tarintino. You'll get to beat started with. Play movie with the battlefield earth. Planet of the awful that was one of those world class flops bay spent a ton of money, and it made none you should've just stuck to the horses. No, no. To urban Cowboys. Right. They made a sequel, I think so and they also made to Greece's we have it. He wasn't in the second grade. I never thought Hairsprays or with the hairspray unique. You know? It was good. Yeah. I'm good. Good votes was dressing the woman. Yeah. He played the mother Klay them. Yeah. Yeah. No. I feel like I'm comfortable missing that one all star game yesterday. I wish I could have missed the all star game yesterday. Lebron team won one seventy eight to one sixty four. Kevin Durant was the MVP. There were lobs. There's a ton of threes. There were no defense. There was a million points. It was an all star game. That was like every other all star game. We've seen for the last ten or twelve years. It's been a minute. Yeah. It's been a minute since the guys cared enough to actually play a little bit of defense to make you worth while. And to me that is the only reason. Why oust any offensive moves and dunks are who? And. Is because there's someone trying to stop you. If no one's trying to stop you. There is no you're affected. You're just tall guy dunking basketball. But if there's someone there to say not today now you challenging each other. Now, I'm interested you just don't see that anymore. I don't know if the guys want to get hurt. I'm not sure who started this. Yeah. I don't and I don't even know if it's fixable. You know, every time you have to how do you fix it? How do you? I don't know if you can because you can't incentivize them by money. They already have enough of an extra fifty grand is not gonna make a break. These guys lives for a working person. It's life altering. But for these guys it's it's a night out. You know, what's funny is the picking the way they do the team. Now the draft is more interesting than the actual game play. Okay. That was great. The draft is great. Yeah. Can we be honest for have a second? That's the entire NBA. Right. The NBA the drama around the NBA the storylines. Where's AD gonna go is going to stay in Toronto is is is Anthony Davis on the move is. That's more interesting than any. He given game on any given night with the drama around. The league is what makes the league so much fun. I mean, I don't know if I grew with that went to percent because during the season during the regular season. There are really good entertaining gains guys are making a fairly good effort to try to stop each other. You know, I talked about the last time that the all star game was worth play or worth looking at. I wanna say it was Jordan's last all-star parents because that was two thousand three and I remember very vividly Jordan heaven the ball towards the end of regulation being guarded by Shaan Marian who was a fairly good defender. Nineteen known for his defense in Phoenix and Jordan shot a follow way over his outstretched hand shar was trying to stop. So when the basket was made. Ooh. If they had just part of the season that during junk dunk the ball, it would have been anti-metric. And unfortunately, that's what contains to happen. Now, this, you know. Yeah. Bouncing bounce pass for dunk is fantastic. Doing it though. Someone's trying to stop it from happening. It's what makes us special. It's globetrotters. Basically in the reason, we don't watch that either LA and Walter Walter. You're on the morning show. What's going on? Walter morning, gentlemen. Travis. First of all I haven't been on since you've been on. So great to have you great fit mckie, gentlemen. Thanks. Well. And I comment on the NBA my whole thing with the NBA into soap opera, and I wanna know we're v. In all the games being anything and LV. I'm surprised you didn't get this. My man basil with John troubles. Nicholas cage. I didn't like it. And hate it. I still prefer Pulp Fiction, but I didn't hate face a whole movie they were his movie versus pope pitching him being in a movie true. It was the whole movie was them five feet away from me the constantly shooting. But never hitting Clinton. Suspended disbelief. You're not wrong ever dress up like an urban cowboy. Wore cowboy hat on occasion. But the agile urban cowboy nodding I mean at that for altar. Thanks, walter. Thank you, sir. No face a face off is still below Pulp Fiction. Yeah. I mean as a movie absolute, I mean, he's right. What's his rightness since that faceoff was more of a Travolta vehicle, but? That might was that Ainley that might actually being -ly who knows no who would've never done something. You never know. You've left to check kenley Jansen says that he has a fix for the upcoming season. We'll tell you what he said next traffic. I think got the clean version, but just jump in. Why are you laughing? Well, it's not just a my phone. There's millions of phones all around this great world of our. Well, happy birthday, Dr dre. I'm going to need a break Sadie, saying snow. What is president state Travis? You should try new things on these these big holidays swing? Dr dre. He's fifty four today. These got quite the empire. He's built has anybody heard from Keene. I okay all little concern. Now, I I was just kind of going along with you guys in no one near seem to be all that concern. So I just figured this was well, Donna happens. Every once in a while every once in a while he'll answer the phone like, oh, man. Snaps. You know, or he'll be he'll be sure he's okay. Scheduled day off. Gin. Foreign land or something. What you? Sure, he was a. This was a scheduled day off everybody else's taking the day off not everybody. The only ones here wear. People right home. The long dry. It's right. Maybe gave the wrong ones. Oh, a little distracted. Kenley Jansen people gone. It can name five presidents. They took the day off. Well, it's seven forty. Trickle. They usually don't start took until after eight. We'll see we'll see they got eighteen minutes. They've got eighteen minutes ago. Kenley Jansen says that he's going to use spin rate to try to help him recover. The the cutter that seemed to disappear on him towards the end of last season. Here's what he said when I throw my cutter. I can't see what I'm throwing by the time. It gets out of my hand. I always think of throwing a straight fastball. But I I can't see it just watching it on the computer it'll show you the spin rate. How it moved? It's very awesome. We hold up. Yeah. Go ahead. I guess you go I I'd like to go to never been a professional baseball pitcher. I have played a sport or to. You try to tell me, you don't know. What pitch you're throwing until you see it is that what is that? What you're saying? I don't think that's what he's saying. I saying is is that he can't really would he's in the process of throwing the pitch. He can't sit there and micro analyze the spin on the ball as it's try that. He's just I'm just letting it go, right? I'm gonna throw my cutter, I'm Linda code. It's only when I get on the computer, and I can see the spin and see what it's doing. Now, I can try to tweak some things here and there and try to get to spend more trying to get to spend less whatever it is. He's going for I the the sentence. It self doesn't make I'm trying to terp it when I think he was going or me rather than what he said. I think what he's saying is when I'm pitching, I can't tell you it spinning correctly or not I just I'm just throwing the pitch. I'm reaching back. I'm throwing my cutter. I throw it either cuts or a dozen. I can't tell you why it is or why it isn't. But when I go and look at this super slow MO camera of my delivery of the pitches at try now, I can see the spin right now, I can talk that one had more spin. Cut more. I think that's what he's going for. It's very unclear helped me the question. I have is not what he means. Because what difference? Does it make you had your quote unquote, spin rate at a high level for a long time kenley Jansen only going to get a hit off of him in five years? He was on touchable. He'd go in there cutter cutter. Use Rivera only bigger and nearly as affected not for as long of a time. But he was untouchable all of a sudden that things starts to flatten out the reason it's flattening out is because the spin rates down. But I don't care if it's up or down if you can't fix it. What difference does it make well last season particular considering that he started off the year injured Hammy which obviously affected him affected away. He deliver the ball. Not quite sure if he ever got back to the way, he's always delivered a ball. You know after the injury. You know, there was little strips there. We looked like his suffocated then he dipped again, and then he had the heart incident happening, Colorado. So we're just kind of a weird season. Healthwise makes you. Under how much was in his head about how he was handling delivering the ball versus actual ability to deliver. If you if you are putting the hairs there. But that wasn't the conversation. Heavy two seasons ago when he started to chip out of a little bit this could simply just be attrition of age. I think that's exactly what it is closers are like fruit, and they go when they're bad. You can't go back. The other way though, you can make jam you might be able to get another meal or two out of it. But it's gone. The fruit has spoiled. There's nothing else you can do closers in particular, the it's it's almost like a boxer where just okay, it looks great. What happened that guy? It's just it's gone. They show up one night. And it's just not there anymore. The the success that kenley Jansen did have at the end of last year. We saw him come in against Colorado in kind of wobble. It's just because he's a smart pitcher. He's been around a million times. He's got moxie or whatever you wanna call it. He's easing experienced high level major league closer. So he was getting by a little bit on smoke and mirrors. It wasn't stuff. The problem is eventually as a closer, you gotta have stuff. And I don't know if the stuff is there any more it the brain. Is there the electors there? But the stuff is gone. Here's rosh. How's your stuff? After weekend. But you know, this stuff, you know, what I kinda reminds me of drivers to stone. No matter. That time. Guys. We're talking about winners here winters and NBA teams. They were full of winners with the all star game. You see how did that there? But list came out with all time winning percentages for NBA teams. Would you like to try and get a guest at the top ten off time percentages for NBA teams? Travis you went I last time. So don't jump in front of those e l z you can go I'm going to say because they had a nice head start the box. The Boston Red Sox. Not socks. The Boston Celtics. Jason. Khili or Reggie Lewis Celtics pretty much like fifty nine point something. So their second third on the list of the second tie. But I don't want to say the other team because I give you a team Lakers. Yes. So them in the Celtics fifty nine percent of their games. One other still a team ahead of the Lakers team ahead of all time winning percentage. Yes. Right. All time winning percentage a head of the Lakers. Oh, man. Sixers. They're not ahead of the Lakers, but are tenth on the list. Yeah. This man still standing. Yes. You are. Travis. That's your turn. Yes. It is. I'm gonna say Miami hit. Oh, nice one because LeBron days, and it was a nutty. They ninth on the list. They've won fifty one percent of their game number one. Okay. Go ahead Spurs, the Spurs are number one sixty two percent of their games one. That's pretty it's pretty impressive. Thank you. Welcome. They've been bad for longtime want to say what they were great for a period in. You know, what I'm gonna take the Houston Rockets number eight on a list. Good call forty two percent of their be fifty two percent of their games would be one. Yes, they are. No. So there are still five teams on this. This team's actually fourteen invested yet the fourth fifth sixth and seventh teams man all time winning. Yeah. Boy. I'm going to go with. Must say the Knicks the Knicks that was something that Chris thought as well. But they are fourteenth strategy have one again. The Knicks were like fourteenth on the list. But these twenty years. Longtime ago, my friend of the bulls on there. They are eleventh. Well, but okay, see fifty four percents. They don't count. They were see Portland Portland's on the list three percent. And then the jazz you gotta flown years jazz. And then the son's believe it or not. Didn't have good at twenty years. No, no, no. It's been ten. It's been ten NASA. Nationally, not just the thunder Dan team member. Restaurant. No, more in Phoenix, Marley's good. A good women are. Oh, can you guys? Got the worst team the worst thing. Yeah. Oh, man. Hold on Sacramento. I don't have it. I can't. The clippers. No. They are the first stores second to last some would say. It was it. Find nets Charlotte. Oh, the Timberwolves would never have gotten that. Nobody reacted to that. So. Brought up because most people think the clippers thirty nine point nine. The clippers have been decent for a few Sacramento was good for what like a three year window with Bibby and Webber globe in that was it longer than that. Not much longer pays you hitting the side of the backboard clutch bringing both stuff here. Well or hard to forget, Colin Kaepernick settled his grievance against the NFL. So what happens for him next? We'll tell you.

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Ray Lankford  The Kilcoyne Conversation

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Ray Lankford The Kilcoyne Conversation

"Next time you're on the cardinals game. This'll be sort of fun quiz. Your friends have them name the top five home. Run hitters in cardinals franchise history. You tell them okay stan. We'll take stan off the list in measles number one that goes without saying and then go from there. What might surprise you in that top five israeli lankford. And then you start scanning all of the stats. Over the years franchise history reeling for top. Ten in runs scored. Rbi stolen bases and fifth all time in home runs. The list reads like this. It's impressive and even saying to ray langford. I think he's sort of stunned just to hear it. The cardinals all time home run list. Goes like this stan. Musial albert pool halls. Ken boyer jim. Edmonds ray lankford. How about that list. Ray lankford one of the more underappreciated cardinals. And i think that's what led to the big push for him to get the red jacket to get into the cardinals hall of fame. We saw that a couple of years ago and meant a ton to him. You know ray was the uber prospect. He could run. He could hit one of those twenty twenty guys stealing bases hitting home runs. And when we told them about the stat that he's fifth all-time or reminded him he probably knows but he said what's amazing is i was never home. Run hitter wasn't my game. When i was coming out and he was over prospect when he got here to saint. Louis team wasn't very good. A nineteen ninety. The summer of ninety reagan's called up. Whitey had just left. And then joe torry comes in but from ninety one to ninety five. Those are some really bleak years at busch stadium and it wasn't until ninety six first year with larussa. Also mark lamping. Help change that stadium. They sort addressed it up and made it less cookie cutter so busch stadium to got the makeover. Then then the winning started but raised i for years i was sort of a tough deal man with bad teams and we talked to ray about the career about the call up. I love this nugget. When he got called up from louisville the saint. Louis he got a ride to the big leagues with joe. Buck joe was doing louisville games. And i guess doing some card games his wealth and was going back and forth from st louis to louisville so ends up giving ray lankford a ride to the big leagues. But we talk about the career. The ninety six playoffs getting injured. Sorta right before that. Not when a gold glove. The relationship with tony larussa. How ray left and then came back was actually here you forget. He had a second stint with cardinals. Two thousand four was on the team that made it to the world series. Was that active on that roster in october but was here for the ride in two thousand four and a lot of great stuff about being on the the mcguire era teams where he was the cleanup hitter. 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They're off clayton road quarter clayton and wiedeman beautiful sixty acre campus in west county marie davila dot com where you can take the virtual tour if it's assisted living villa estates whatever type of senior living arrangement. You're looking for. They have it beautiful spot there that read called home for so many years. It's marie davila. That's m. a. r. i. d. e. v. i l. a. dot com right. Now kilcoyne conversation with ray for we'll start with the topic of getting called up to the big leagues after being in the cards top prospect. Things you know as a kid you always dream to be in the big leagues. So when i got the call i wasn't sure i was in triple a. and Gaylon pistols are manager. So i got a call from a reporter. Hey congratulations you've got called up. So i went to the ballpark. They're going okay. I got called up but never said anything to into plan a game that night and it was right after the game. He told me. I don't know why he waited. So long but I was excited. Actually wrote the saint louis with joe buck. Because he was doing what he was doing. Louisville games right again. So i ain't a ride the same with him and he he commentated that night. Play against the brave and I i had that was against john. Smoltz about that. They're so josie wayne pick great. That's a great way to start a rookie. Joe's waiting for the call up rates is and the john. Smoltz is waiting for it. was this what. I'm trying to remember. The time on. Aug ninety had already left. Yes he was already gone here. Resign like a few days prior to that and I got called up. So i got the play. White is pre trained but never doing this season and you came up in august ninth end up with more than a decade long run incident. And i'm looking at some of the number so ray lankford career. These are cardinal franchise career numbers top ten and runs scored top ten. Rbi top ten stolen bases fifth all-time in home runs the list reads museum approvals boyer and edmonds rate length. Unbelievable when i think about that list museum. Pools boyer edmonds langford when you think back on the more than a decade playing for the cardinals what what are the. What are the things. You're most proud of well of the whole road because coming up i was never power hit. I was always a gap hitter. You know if the doubles and triples so just over the years. I got stronger start. Elevate the ball. So i'm proud of my accomplishment of of hitting home runs because i was never ever known as power hitter early in my career and that sort of brings us to the modern game. I i would think you are. You necessarily trying to hit home. Runs right and it seems like now and now everybody is trying new. I wasn't you know back then. You know the cardinals is drafting guys. Typical out bill guys were fast. Runner put the ball in play in trying to make things happen. So that was my whole game plan was just trying to drive the ball in the gap. Just let things happen Over the years. I guess they brought ballpark in a little bit over the years. I was able to start dropping out the ballpark and the rest was history. You bring up an interesting point. You've got this perspective of planet bush when it was still huge cavernous ballpark the astroturf and then as you said ninety six they start to bring the fences in. They moved to artificial grass. How did you see bush stadium to kind of change. Which which iteration of the ballpark did you like to play in more. Well i think. I think the ninety six part i enjoyed the most because of the. Oh what does things when you just have to bakley. From ninety to ninety five. I was just happy to be there trying to make a name for myself trying to you know. Make sure i stayed in the big leagues but looking back on i i look back on it now. Like how do i run on turf. And that he but the thing is you just did it. You know you just happen to be in the big leagues whatever. It was if he didn't mind doing it. You know it was just a gift to the big leagues and even was hot sunny days. Just play through it. How brutal was in on the on the turf back then rates in july or august afternoon game. It was tough. It was tough you know by the time ended up. See you don't you don't drop like three or four pants sizes and Just trump just on this immidiate long. You know so. Once they went to grass it was like a big relief just to be on graphs and they brought the defense in a little bit so that made a he was different. And when you get here and you mentioned it the early nineties. It was a rough stretch for the franchise on the heels of the eighties where there were lot of exciting games. There were three trips to the world series. Was there any party during that early. Nineties looking around ten man hot. How did i get here at this point in the franchise because it really almost historically just doesn't happen like that. That had to be tough those first few years. Not having you know winning clubs talk you know. We had a bunch of veterans on our team that year. From when i came up in ninety ninety one ninety two We had a lot of guys. That were when i was up. You had willingly give their. You had terry pendleton yet. Kara danny cox jon shuler lift. Go on and on. You got a bunch of veteran guide hazel guerrero and You know the thing about it as doing time. We wasn't a lot of ball games. But i was. I was learning a lot. You know just from the veterans just the way how to produce the game and it was. It was relaxing about it. When you're playing with a bunch of veterans and as a young guy you know when you struck me start to stress a little bit so the bear to be around those guys kind of key relax really helped my career and then in ninety six they bring in tony larussa jockan eat already been there year they go out they get bennis stottlemyre they start kind of piecing it together. Give us an idea how much fun that year was to get back to october. Baseball to be a part of that in saint louis having not been able to be part of it for the first five years what a i by us was totally different. You know because it was it was owned by the ambush families but the bush family but You know there wasn't really about the ball. Want the ball came. Just more about i guess selling beer once once again new ownership and just took off the air. You know We start getting the players. We need whether it was a pitcher whether relief pitcher leather was a leadoff hitter owners with willing to spend money in from ninety five on this just been. It was unbelievable. Just amount of guys. I mean if you live back guys that we went out and get when we was right in the race we went from when they got would will clark. He was used for Larry walker all these guys who played a big part and going forward in the playoffs and stuff like that but early in the year earlier in my career netted. The owner would never done that. Were you thinking in the analysts. Yes man. I'm going to the world series. I mean you probably had to think a little bit in your up three one. You had to be feeling pretty. Good about that brave series. Yeah we were we we had it was just i mean but you know. It's not over until the fat lady saying we thought we were really good but All of a sudden we would prejudice woke up and just took off on same thing and four hours like we had such a great came in four. And i was like mary. Kay nobody does. We just got swept by by boston. Ray in when we when we talked last year We talked a little bit about at the end of ninety six. You end up earning your shoulder and you're you're somewhat compromised heading into that Playoff series against the padres. And then as you mentioned going in against the braves just in terms of healthwise by the time you're able as you're able to work back in the lineup. Said i think you sit the first couple of games against the padres if i'm not mistaken At what point do you start to At any point during the next few weeks did you feel like yourself at all when it happened. I didn't feel anything because my drilling was going. And there were a doe for. I think it was bret boone. No rebel hit the ball and Came in and dove for the ball. And i got up like nine threw. The ball ended. Fill anything but then that night it was just like man my shoulders killing me and i woke up the next day and i i literally could not have my arm. I went to the next day. It was Talk with the trend. Awesome mcenroe look baller. I thought i was joking. I mean it was it was it was swollen so at that point it was tough. You know you play all year you care an off season and win- situation get back there and not being able to help your team and was that was a tough time for me. 'cause i couldn't couldn't throw the ball by being left in i couldn't drive. The ball couldn't throw the ball so you know it was just a tough just to just to have to be there. Just watch it to play. You couldn't be a part of it. I think that year was was was was a tough year for me. That's why ninety seven. I came back. I think i can't back probably about a month or two before. They expect me to come back. Because i was so determined. Tried to give back to the back to the you know right and so you come back ninety seven and have a tremendous year. What was that. So that was still the residual of the residual effects of the Of the rotator cuff surgery. Yes yes it was. So i was. I was also a mission to come back. We still have pretty much. The same guys can get back. Hopefully we can get back to when it comes should get back to get to the world series but So that was my whole goal was my mission that offseason. It was just a train and get the show back in shake at the spent back in. You know by being a left handed hitter and left are used. My i loose news. My left shoulder a lot so from time to time it would get fatigue on me so i'd have to go through no soon as training like doing little. Lightweight band wave just trying to keep the little muscle strong and then in ninety eight you did have a great view of history hitting cleanup with a monster year. Yourself behind behind mark maguire. Tell me about tell me about being part of that phenomenon. Witnessing it literally on the on deck circle every time he came up to the house of just behind him in wash watched What he was doing was unbelievable in a way he carried itself. I think that was the most important thing is he was just. He's getting so much attention and there was like he got a lawyer before him every night. No matter what it was spell out everybody wants to watch market home And just the way. He cared herself in the way he handled it. I was just unbelievable. I mean of course going out there. Hit seventy home run or something but just the way he went about it. He was very different than sammy. Sosa in terms of personality. Sammy aided up. I was down every day. Mark aided the attention that came with it and you know. I would argue at the russa to. Hey he's got to be available tomorrow or the next day and he said he hates this stuff he just hates that part of it he hated it he he didn't like you know he was. Just one of those guys want to go out and play the game and be productive. You know he didn't. He didn't like all the limelight on them like that. You know sammy was totally opposite with family. Wanted to go out. he's party. Fellate breaking club and all that tension mark was more more reserved to guac. Didn't take care of business and help you know. Help the team you know he. He hated all the individual attention. He was getting you know he was like you know. Sometimes you saw him interview. He's like hey but from other guys. Did you know he was just trying to deflect someone other guys live there biden with other guys are doing and they just as important. So that's just the way mark was man. I was thinking with that personality wanting to kind of just do his job get in get out and then you have people showing up at batting practice. Cheering each homer at batting practice. We'll never we'll never see that again. I don't think the cardinals. They probably made a few bucks off. It opened the doors a little early. And i mean if i'm him i'm like oh my god this to him batting practice but you see how far he was hitting ball. It was like man. I said i wish i could hit a ball that for just i just stayed in my lane just of due to do what i could do to help. Contribute you know but in that in that year it was just he would go out. Every day he had the same routine nothing change and he just just took it on striving. I mean like i said he didn't he didn't really wanted one of those guys that like a lot of tension but i thought he had a pretty well and over the years. I've heard tony larussa credit you for being that guy taken that role in that. That was a big piece to a mark was able to do a lot of guys who've had their beefs with tony. Where are you guys now. Is that something that it's all good or it. It's funny how many player lance berkman was on a show and he said man. When i was in houston i wanted to punch him in the face. He said then i got to know him better because then it was okay because now i love them. It seems like a lot of guys. It takes a while to kind of figure out tony or not everybody. I'm not sure scouting rowling's having barbecues with them. But tell me how that relationship evolved good. I think we've picked. Like i said one of i don't think we everybody other for barbecue but everything everything we see one another. We say hi It just you know some things that that you know that was going on. I just couldn't really understand the out when you when you put a lot of work in and people try to discredit your work ethic. Just didn't like i just didn't like that. 'cause i know how hard i worked get two hours at so you know what else to put people down when they struggling with is one thing but we definitely find out who your real friends are at that time and ray to that end. Do you feel like an martin. Read off your numbers there. A few minutes ago do you feel like your career that you were somewhat underappreciated. At the time. I think a lot of folks now that look back at your numbers some twenty years later and realize wow i mean right put up some amazing numbers but at the time do you feel like you might have been somewhat underappreciated. I've heard a lot of bipartisan were. I didn't always come to play in the ballpark every day to play some days some days i was. I played another human nature. But i i'll tell you one thing. I've played more than anybody. Anybody on our team or just lessening about hundred one thing. I was in the lineup and play nothing. Somebody might hurt me plan. When i shouldn't have been planned but i always look i was always trying to be a leader snapple. I wasn't a barrage guy. Let's go guys. You know i to being the lineup. Every day and from when i had my shoulder surgery on my knee surgery. For my sidiq. Nerve i i think i try to play the things that i shouldn't have played back then. You know so looking back things now you just you know you look at that kind of stuff is kinda fell while you know what it is and you just move forward in life but there was a groundswell of support for you to get that red jacket. There was an element of the fan base. It said look at the numbers and really the power in the steals that sorta rare combination when people start and even some of the advanced metrics they were looking at sandy's really favor you know a guy like langford in his career and then just some fans they just loved ray lankford and it got this thing going and when you get that call for mr de wit about the red jacket that you're immortalized as a cardinal. What was that like. It was great. It was it was a great feeling. When i got the call. I i i was. I was baseless but you know. My thing was hiccups. Nothing is when When i was drafted out i was just i just always wanted to just go out and play. Ball is whatever happens happens you know. I just wanted to try to the best. That i can be But then over time you know. It's one of those situations like you see bob gibson and everybody and every reject matt went down with that nice jacket and so when you get there call. It's just It's just unbelievable. call you just. You're supposed to be because this full appreciative of you know. Put that jacket on and understand that. I'm a cardinal polite. You know and if ever get any better than that. Ray we talk about. You mentioned playing hurt a lot on the bulk of there are a lot of moments that we think back. Some of the highlights of you are bowling over opposing catchers. I think you did it. Ma think he did it. Multiple times. Against darren dalton. One of them where you knocked the ball out and it was. It was a walk off. Run i think. And i remember the video of you of you. Pop back up in the air with a fist. Pump was the winning run. How many times did you do that. And was that kind of like a football mentality in you. Because i know you've played football before your professional baseball career started. But i wanna situation you turn a bad situation to a great situation where a lot of people don't realize i ran through the third base. I thought the ball was hit. The right field not realizing there was the second basement. And i think it was nikki. More denia was that made the play. So as i'm coming around thursdays i'm picking up all becoming from right phil. Once i looked up i saw the ball but by that time is stopping back in a rundown or just keep going. I guess say. I made the right decision to keep going right. It's funny i was gonna ask what kind of what kind of high school football player. Ray lankford was in modesto california where. Qb running back already back. So did you have any dreams of being. You know the next barry sanders or billy sam's back in high school and stuff out. I want to play football and try to play football professional. I wanted to but you guys were getting bigger and faster you know. Let me just take the baseball with my safer sport and then the road to the big leagues you gotta even though you're top prospect you gotta of pay your dues. It's not a given that you're gonna make it right. I mean is there that pressure not a lot of people. Think when you get drafted and you go right to the major leagues but no you in a minor league you on that bus traveling to bus but seventeen hours with no eight. You know you got to put your time. A lot of people think you just go right to the big leagues. that's i mean there's as a low percentage of guys getting drafted directly to the major leagues. They've most of them have spent some time in the minor league and it doesn't again just just a matter. How much time on been there so. My goal was trying to say as long as possible one of those stable. I got drafted. I started every game from rookie ball. Knocker when i got drafted into drew after johnson tennessee. Eight ball springville aa aaa. I started every game. I didn't i didn't matter. Came out of the game late in the game. You know when the game was blown out right. But i started every game. Nothing was i was trying to get to the big leagues way to get to the basically to play or what i did. I played every game. And who had the influences along the way and we always hear about george kissel would he have been somebody you were in contact with in at any point did even a guy like lou brock. Who was much older. Have a chance to kind of chime in on your game and mentor you at all. Well coming up through the minor leagues got to deal with Can't them in has savage those guys. Before i got to the major leagues so i got all those guys and i was in the minor league Once i got to the major leagues you get the bills. He'll talk with lou. Brock bob and stand the man rush shady. All these guys played a huge part in my career because they always gave me great advice. You know. just go out have fun. Don't worry about anything. I can't tell you i can't tell you what i would say. I can't say that already. But everybody know bob you know. Cut the but All these guys mad. They played a. He was part of my career of his concert advice. There's a young guy in the basically you know you're going to go up and down. I think the thing is is knowing how to deal with when you tau you know where things are going great. You don't need nobody to you know you plan well in home runs you still invasive but we. You're not doing well. Guess what you need advice. That's when you need somebody to help pick a. Hey it's going to be okay. Just keke working keep grinding. Everything will work out. You know. I think of a contemporary like a brian jordan. I can picture ron gant. We had the star-studded outfield. Who guys you still keep in touch with. I haven't been talked to ron o'brien jordan. Nice touch the one with with myself. And brian joined ron gant. You know we push one another in a good way. We don't want otherwise. We are always brighter. Do good again vice versa. You know we we just push one another like come on guys. Let's do it so if i wanted to. The planes struck out running and brian. I got don't worry about it. But i got this little thing. So that's not we were we were. We was an outfielder. We talked all the time. We push one another motivate one another. And that's what you have to have. I don't know how to guys are today with outfielders and all that stuff but that was monday we did. We talk about the game. You'd have to spend the whole night talking about it but you you you had a conversation have been how to pitchers pitching is trying to get you out. Were they doing situations ray. You may remember. I remember when i was coming up and he will go to report. Jon tutor. Say hey don't worry about the scouting report. I wanted to play this guy this way and that way and if it doesn't work out i take i take full responsibility. You know. i'm a young guy. That's john tudor. fan moving. he's lift. I don't care what the scouting report says. I want you to move in this direction. You know messes up. I take full responsibility while okay sure. Yeah ray you mentioned the two thousand and four club. You came back to the team for a second stint with the club. Did it hurt in two thousand and one zero to get dealt to san diego in the middle of a run in a one. The cardinals were again destined for the playoffs with was. Was that a disappointment for you. At the time in two thousand one it was you know it was the fans the fans always been so great to me in my family so the senate it was tough fan. I think i think you've got to a situation where you and i was night. I and at that time. I just i just i just need. I just need a fresh start. You know. I just have to get out of there. Because there's too much tension and austin that's what you know with both of you know. They got woody way of he did a great job for they have to come back for four years to finish up my career so it all worked out and you saw the beginning of albert in two thousand and one coming out of spring training and then you come back and four and at that point. He's an established star. Give us your view. Early at larussa told the story during spring training. That maguire said. Hey if you don't keep this kid on the big league roster you're an idiot he said i want to remind you ever and like so basically and spring training. Everybody said you have to keep this kid. Although of bobby bonilla doesn't get injured. I'm not convinced. He's on that opening day roster in colorado. I'll tell you what yeah. They need to keep them. He was having a great spring training. But it was one of those guys. Like why not gonna laugh. It's not gonna last. You know you you're gonna you're gonna have those haters. It's not gonna laugh. So are we going to see way tweets. Guess what lasts. I mean right. It's still would still going. I mean like come on man. I mean think about it. I thought spring training you if you win a job. I thought that's what it was. all about. The guy wins the job. He put him there but it was the best decision they made they did. They made the right move by by But now in the game and all that come with the big league club and the rest of history i mean. He was unbelievable. I mean he has such a great work at that that he work hard but it was the thing under his swing. He understood what he was trying to do. A lot of guys can go to the case and they can hit of. What are you really working on. Are you just hitting. Are you working on soft. And that's how good he was good at working on something. What would you tell the modern hitter because we get hung up on exit velocity and Launch angle and. I know those are part of the game but i do feel and people if i say that online people say you idiot. That's important i'm like. Yeah but i think it's almost netting out a numbers right now we're guys get it's almost like in your head like all these other numbers instead of just hitting the damn ball. I think you get the numbers once people if you all their seats and everything was going on but you see that at some point you got to react to the pitch you gotta start reacting And believe in which you would you worked on and what you study I know i know for myself. Whenever i was swinging up my average went down. When i was when i was laying down my average went up. I saw you know i mean down on the ball. My average went up from trying to lift the ball. Average went down. So what does that tell you. Swing down on the ball. He's got a red jacket he's also the all time home. Run leader at busch stadium to. I have got news ray. They can never break that record. Ray catena broken can't take that away do you have. What couple of moments favorite of your career do you remember. The first bad the lasted bad. What stands out when you think about the entire career. My i think my first that bad in the big leagues. I was facing multiple top of gay and i think my career. I couldn't faced a better pitcher who who was good. Who was who was challenging. Who who who got to face my first at bat again. The job smoke and You know. I watched the brave embrace with great. You know it'd be everybody and to be able to sit there and watch the wash all the brave game and now facing them for the first time it was it. Was you know you never forget that. Never forget that. That's that's a great moment. And i think another thing is when you know about people like oh you know you couldn't hold ride and stuff but i took pride in my defense also. I love taking away from hitter and really looking back on the metrics suit. You should have won gold glove probably more than we know. What i i i you know brad jordan. I've had this conversation many times about like mad. They they really choose out of go up. And i i mean you know it is what it is but i know i had years. Why should heck okla put. It just didn't work out that way. I don't know why But yes what about your stealing. You've got i think. At five twenty twenty seasons. He had multiple seasons with forty stolen bases. Thirty five i think stolen base season. We don't see too many guys today that sport the power and the speed combination that you had obviously back in the ninety s we know. Barry bonds added forty forty season. Jose can say here forty forty season. But how did you take in that. Consistency of the home runs and the stolen bases every year. I've always looked at myself as a stolen base. Dosa base stealers. Even if even when i was in college and high school in the mind leave. I always felt i could still basis To the you know the best coleman level but but I always looked at myself as they still is so i. I wasn't too surprised for that. I i felt like i should still more in my career. But you know like you said one thing that surprised me as the home runs always myself. Just a line drive hitter. Put the ball in the gap and a lot of double triple the go from being that type of hitter all of a sudden now hitting power. You know that. I take pride in just doing that. Because i the ballpark. I would never trying to lift the ball. I would just turn on. You know where it up and what's really for doing these. I'm gonna guess there's a little bit of golf going on in florida. A little bit of golf game hasn't gotten any better. I i think. I need to to plan something else. They don't swing down on the ball in golf. Okay i got it down too much. Leave it david. Launch angle is not working for you in know is not. I got a couple couple of buddies We have a good time plan. We have fun at it. Well a lot of fun to catch up with railing for the cardinals hall of famer underappreciated career when you start scanning through all those numbers played a big role in the mark. 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