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#23: Invest In Yourself

Stuff You Should Do

37:08 min | 2 years ago

#23: Invest In Yourself

"Coming to you live from sunny. Santa Rosa Beach, Florida is the stuff you do. Why you wanna come somebody do it? If you want to go and banished, but you sail do it. If you wanna combination appended, do it giving you the knowledge you need from subject matter. Experts to go out and start doing. And now, here's your devilishly handsome host Cam BIC -ly campaign clean. Was going on everybody. Welcome to another episode is do thanks for watching. Thanks for listening web. Your are preach offered taking time out of your busy day to sit down and hang out with your boy and Mike yesterday. He's he's dressed to the nine right now is making me feel like I'm kind of under dress here. My Scottie Pippen. Pippa switch, but is nonetheless. He's always dressed impressed. These been one of my go-to, a close friend of mine while we actually went to basic training together way back a Millette him do his his introduction. But man is pretty much everything. He's a Jack of all trades. His a talent reigns as far and wide. But I'll let him go ahead and introduce themselves. Gary jackson. How you doing? Man. Thanks. I look around. So he was talking about for a second. That definitely three shade. A male names gay Jackson, all by gray Fraz with Cam. We've been able to go out of business together. Do some amazing things. I'm glad he got me on his show. Finally, they would make it up create connect. But I scheduled, but is so lovely on. Like, I said my name is geared Jackson for Montgomery, Alabama on my actually grew up there for majority of my life, a major decision on after sewn unfortunate unforeseen circumstances, build a mile family personal life in joining the military. This why make Cam in every says, Dan things but rolling up. He'll join the military to serve not maintenace stepping stone to get to the next that alive. But next thing you notice anchor entrepreneurship come knocking at your door. He sometimes you gotta Assar. So say, you know, star mall business at night seeing been really well with that started state purchase multiple houses travel the world this having fun. But one of biggest thing that really opened my eyes was that being able to express in being able to help other people in our realized are listening. What would create a lot of times, you know, you find yourself having a lot of exposure. But you want to bring them like to the people never seen like drone. If they did. They just had a small glimpse of it. And so we the people come back to you guys over here showing you pull them curry is the curtain pool is today. May you see all living again, you're exposed to it? So this kind of what we add in the nutshell right now, we're going to drop some heat with you guys. Just humble, you know, a love you all this ordinary guy who just make decision to be extraordinary every day. Right. And you just started up YouTube channel right to g but liberal exists is of mazing man is. Great man is fun. And if you ever have like if you guys out there, you visit areas love this channel is thing about living or existing everyday challenge live challenge. Individuals live, but not just day is stand for love inspiring, visionaries everywhere, recently, the no it was a. A lot of even know that. But he just one of my passion, man, like, I just love helping people get to the next level. And the channel is thing around give me inspiration value. Also, give people connect with people that can take out of next level or whatever they decided to the hands on they wanna plug into. It's amazing, man. Yeah. It is. Definitely the right person to be pressured. So up until recently, I didn't see like all of it all of the stuff come together in all of it in action until I came your house and saw white boars with goals, and plans long-term and short-term all over the place. And then on top of that you show me your calendar. Like you had every hour of day blocked out planned out. So a little bit before the show we talked about intentional living, and you are definitely live in with a purpose because every hour day walked out in dedicated to something that helps you stay on track. Right. Absolutely. Every hours valuable man because reality is this right here manage if Cam Java bid count was leave his earth. You know, I can't get no money if I gave can out. His arch being a we're not gonna live. We have an married we that which is outright here. No, man, light the thing about it is that last hour disfigured with you is price. You know, if you look at it from a standpoint of, you know, if I after moving forward on blind, Dan, how much would you pay to spend time with God Cam is just like you came from the mount on that value as been able to do in my life at my life. And so you realize on for an hour is or your time needs. You don't take your like, you know, you look at like this is been time like you out of missed out on thousand dollars twenty thirty forty deal. But reality is I go at back, but I can't make our time loss of I'm going with good as many do me. You know what I mean big? So I definitely challenge people this right here that, you know, don't live like you got the whole world, you know, grind today for today in hopes of a best. For tomorrow. But take your vantage enjoy today as well. Is is crazy man, every hours valuable, ma'am telling you one thing that really hit me was reading John Maxwell. If you guys never heard of Jesse metro just look up fifteen available laws growth showing that build a one thing. I tell you that he he made a book at how he was able to go ahead and do what he was doing and accelerate was doing. But so loan is because he was intentional. He will spend his time doing the stuff that mattered the most like he was save his energy of in exerted into speaking. He will exert that into different things that would be able to really take his innocent, personalized spiritual life the next level. All those other things just saved it for example, eating. Say you know, he was very intentional by day. Why do you say that you're in? I say that say this right here that you have to be intentional where everything that you on day to day basis to get what you want because one thing I can say this, right? He used the sale you have a destination with your chances to give it. Rouleau I'll say listing. I'd say less than five percent. But if you had a mount of blueprint accrue ho establishment from point eight point be with a male in you had gas. You have refreshment all that stuff. You took initiative. You're attentive plan that we can say it'd be a lot better. Right. Rob it and it's still not one hundred percent guarantee. But like that that intention that plan having the resources that you need to such cell phone with success. That's excessive goes up exponentially. You know out there sailing like, I guess I'll see was. And mess it man when he relocated. He just gotta be extremely perks. Man. What what what is the return of getting on his next island best leading invest in a relationship. Whether you have best in which yourself, you know, create like what what is return for my time there, we look at a match that I have looked at my calendar last year. And I saw like while she was so brain so powerful in so so frigging dote in the malay- term. But the reality was I was intentional Esau the results each day in and day out. Not takes discipline is not will have debate is good to be able to see understand. Why more? If you don't know why you are where you are. 'cause Yankee drag. So. Trek in your calendar track. Doing just knowing how to stuff with with a favor or do you have some kind of program to use like what he'll eat track all stuff 'cause you you're going all day you like middle. So what helps you keep that stuff organized got a calendar in a paper that's calendar? Pin of hybrid in a transcriber stuff my calendar to this right here to my phone would be say every day. I write on my calendar before I go to sleep. I have tonight before I go to sleep. I have a plan on my schedule at night. So that way in the morning is no guess where it is execute. It is what I gotta do. And I do I don't have to figure it out not gonna people like went on duty today. Intentional. That's not what I'm gonna do today in an intentional but needless to say by doing that work. It takes to guess where in that's been able to keep track of by being. But have that calendar? My phone in calendar. The to physically write it down right in the calendar reminders, or that a lot of people need to do it. Klew TV Weber's, you pro robot thicket forever. That's definitely somebody to get better about. But. Useful book is even but his podcast. I had to set a remind in. Okay, my mind get going now get all right? Not use those reminders and stuff like that. It can be kind of detrimental. If you let them go for too long because you'll forget about what you got important meeting that you got like important conference. Call some night that coming up, and you you just got a me like you said earlier about missing out on money that could be ten twenty thirty. I have a mutt. X amount of dollars that you just missed out on because you didn't simply set a reminder, and I'm super guilty as guilty as AOL. I can't even get mad to listen because I need to get better by doing that myself. But it doesn't take some big spreadsheet or some advanced piece of software to do it just pen and paper and and to your phone right PanAm PayPal and his making decision simple. That's the biggest thing a lot of people. They wanna discipline. But they'll make a decision of privacy. Bailey was small ain't one bag tell you this. How you doing things? How you do everything? I used to in the military's the hit on there. So cliche. Like, I do this good. But I don't do that like mood will. I think it just I think that just sunk in what you just say it again, how you do anything is how you do everything. So if you cut corners on this you cook on some people, you know, sometimes they lie, man. Ain't gotta go out. There do that may give out by this. And then they become a habit of trying to figure out how they can get over because they so used to get an over run at the end of the day, they get in over on themselves. They not getting on the next person they really trying to get over 'cause they hurt himself in our. And so that being said, you gotta be able to make a decision consciously say doing small things like all right cool. I'm gonna go ahead and eat the apple bay. I'm gonna go. Ahead in. I missed the small disciplines light is easy. Do not to do that trash can a missed it with trash instead of me sit down figure dressed the that goes to show what kind of Ursus care about the little Danes in the little things kills. It does it like you said, I feel like, you know, having a military background. They always puts on little things through things. And you don't see it from the beginning. But that's I'm I'm glad that we, you know, got that instilled in Seoul early became auto small things build up over time. Yeah. If you if you look at it, they really set us office assessment. Look, they told us, you know, attention to detail because sometimes, you know, smaller you met you mess around. Hell you don't put a novel auto way guess would play break of art glass. Guess way doesn't billions of dollars. Did you cost in the military? You can literally recently life, which is way more than that way more than that. So you see what I mean like you don't turn out the way you couldn't call him. And so just said those remind make like I said make decision to get constantly. So you know, what I'm gonna do the little things. Well, no, what period of time on become great at the open a thing article. I was saying they were saying it only takes about two weeks of former habit. So if you can just to out them two weeks, this is on a Matic after that point. It's just like shooting free throw a few soon enough free though in time combs the game. You just y y you just mashing them home up. You got to build up that muscle memory. So from not from the time we met, but I'm pretty sure there's always been within you. I just now like notice it and took it in the perspective. But it seems like everytime. I talked to you. You got a new connect you gotta mean with somebody else knew this guy. A different type of skill set. In in a word, you just a great networker so saga will bit to the listeners viewers about networking. How important it is? And just like some ground rules on how to do it like basics. Yeah. The biggest thing is don't be weird wanna cut the net. Where you be only weird. It don't be weird be you. But if you as you need be you if if you've been we're in that's not you don't do that. If you you you're going to try the person that you want to work on you wanna try but thing about his one thing. I understood is this right here was that you are which attract, you know, you're lying. You know, you smoker smokers attract smokers. Can I get some this moat which? You know, most stuff like drinker the trae drinkers in which had realize that if you want to network with people, you gotta be conscious about were you putting out? Are you putting good energy because people would say energy? I mean, people with good energy don't really wanna connect with obey energy. Right. And so when you're networking, you gotta be conscious of who really are. And so here, here's some examples. One thing I say this here how to win friends influence people recommend that book. Their book is key. Trans has you about tells you how to be generally interested in you know, as hard net will just beat naturally interested. When I see somebody, you know nationals you look at them just smile, they smile back. You know, all the time of the time is way in just speaking told me never know. And just have that kind of energy that Bob of approachable that you're approachable person should be a sense of you know, how you see somebody face light. Looking. Some people say the what you call it the resting blessed? Face say blessed? Less face gonna use the Omar. So you just want to be able to put energy out that you wanna try new life in those people are gonna come in various different ways. He just gotta put yourself position. This is something I realized about networking will you you've got to put yourself in places that the people that you want to attract with the people that you wanna connect with will be, you know, for example, like if you wanna get say, this wouldn't shape people are not Jim if you wanna be in a position where you know, you're entrepeneurship Goto entrepreneur seminars. I did I wanted to take my speaking level to the next game. I mean, my speaking game to the next level. And guess what? I did I joined Toastmasters in this where they develop their skillset people who are heavy you of people who are behind in reality. Is you got to put yourself where they are income up to their table. And develop those relationships because relationships are Jeep, right? And they will lead to other great relationships right to know situations when you when you first decide to join Toastmasters what's scary because I mean going from your comfort zone to go. Join this other circle of people that are just like killing public. Speaking like, something that you're aspiring to get better at these people already are at that level or higher was scared doing. I'm going to be completely transparent. It was a really scary. It was something different one thing. I'll having a good conversation. My friend was that you gotta get comfortable at being uncomfortable. And when I got comfortable at being uncomfortable. When I was in uncomfortable position on used to that because I'm used to not being owes physician because I understand us. I take your name to the next Lome everything you do. So for me to be down. Like, this is kind of different. This is weird. But I'm gonna take what I can get out of it by like is give it to the neck love when she pushed tonight pool back. But sometimes it can be timid eighty you know, but the thing about it was at atmosphere that they created was in a timid ating while you know, how they say there is no judge zone is like tow is right until you come as you. Are you get better? Yeah. So they just build you up. They don't breaking down just build you up in grit, some things as you go up. There's nothing wrong with that. At all. Like, that's the. That's the kind of environment for girl veggie need. And I think some people might think they might play down the head of worse than reas. They thinking that people are going to be on when majority of time people are dying to help you. If you ask for help, I cannot tell you how many times I ask somebody for help. And they just like they just like shot a rocket like they they wanted to help me so bad don't be afraid to ask for help. Because most of the time people are like itching to help you and people like they're it's into sitter expertise with other people because people like teaching, and then you got some people that you know, they might like to talk a little bit. But you gotta you gotta pick out the nuggets of what they talking about. You know? So as a hundred percent agree with being comfortable with being uncomfortable that that's a challenge that I try to sit for myself every day like how how can I be uncomfortable today like what is going to make me feel out of my element today? I just try to do it. Small if you drive being regular his bad today. You know, small thing they get you out your butts. You know, you may you may not use lead. You may always get a camera Frappuccino switch it up get a different drain. You know, some one thing I like to do to ask the people who are come to, you know, at a restaurant with a light. So I can get a different exposure. So it's always never to like this which of his thousand ways to so Sagan, their bucks. Exactly in just a hit on their restaurant piece of I'm talking to the people that go to restaurants, and they just get the chicken is in the French fries. Every time definitely got a switch it out of style. Chicken tend to fry person for you life because I used to be that person. I used to be the one I go to a new restaurant crack the menu open give it a good Lou up and down look for the chicken tenders. I'm like, okay. As definitely of. That's definitely a good exercise getting doing everyday. As what about man it's about? It's about getting on exposure. Like, you said we gotta keep only exposing yourself to different things. That's how you step into your give. That's how you find out. What's next by exposure? Like, for example, I had a good friend of mine actually all metal with we actually Starbucks one day. And I hope you see this with Starbucks day. It just happen have the same name. No. He talking about oh year. So we just end up buckling to German. We kinda share some of the stuff that we were doing. But one thing I tell you that when we started talking. We started saying some insight of what we was on. He actually recommended me during tried it out kept going Bill. Libby, more conversation. Ak- a network report. Gotta know each other network until now. We just talking cumbersome, you know, talking about stuff. He's doing can relate to it energy. We're connected. The next thing, you know. It's no accident. We ended up becoming some really good friends and even to this day to some of the stuff share of me, how to become a better speeco better, man. Just all the way exposing the. Different. Mindsets is is amazing. But. Wyman could your and then going going going, and then what I was gonna say man that goes back to the concept is so simple now like like you said earlier with Dale Carnegie book, how to win friends and influence people just be really interested in somebody like 'cause people can sniff out when you being fake just being Evan genuine interest in a person, you know, asking how today's what kind of drink is that what did you order from his place last time it can it can pay big dividends. These people may love to. That's what we don't do enough. Man. We don't do that another flight loving people. Like, you don't cost us too much love somebody. You don't much spouse about on too much. Ula, kind just it on causes too much to be able to generally say hi you doing instead of welcome pass from sandy. You know, what I mean stopping aluminum in a small stuff like that? You might not I know biggest. But when you look at somebody naked to really care or his over with. But it opened those exact man, I'm gonna pass you. Go ahead. Listen, you thought you're gonna get I saw I saw like little twinkling eyes here and go. The. Now, I want to say it was about to kick out those kick out because we society is crazy. I'm leaving debt leaving today. Go ahead got a challenge for the listeners or whoever's looking at this right now just genuine like one person today. It could be somebody to gas station somebody grocery store just walk up to introduce yourself. Ask them how they doing and see what a conversation goes you might make a friend for life in a grocery store. So as my challenge for y'all just go to one person would they for like the next week and see how many new friends new connections, or how much progress you you make in the way of networking, and I'm really curious to see this. I'm probably going to start doing this myself even are random people we from Alabama. So get none. Fill it really give a genuine compliment, man. Give genuine companyman that goes, a long way, you were genuine cop meant to somebody. Just how you see somebody work hard complimentary by it just never ends like is nothing to to show to show appreciation for somebody. They're doing a good job. You know, we have so many people that go under value. Go out there were card and do so many different things in next thing. You know, they feel the value. They they have dark also mom because his life. Nobody. Really cares us at personnel. Was that light actually gave that complement Lightman? I'll see you work is life. Hey, man. Maybe I am. Where are you never know where light that makes switching somebody's mind. We don't have it done. And that's actually a perfect segue in the what I wanted to talk about next because you honestly, g you like one of the most Kanter people you want those people to give give give give out of goodness heart and don't expect them back. I'm talking about. I'll have I'll be just waking up. I look at my phone. Gotta message for g inspirational quote for today. Damn it just sent my whole day of like. I, you know, I'm a motivating as you just like state media stuff out of nowhere. So along with you know, your willingness to serve others. How would you encourage other people to do that? How it on carries of his people are other pieces Mellon bag say their find out. What you like, man? Find out what you like what you really do like for me. I like helping homeless. I like to eat. I like to get what fellowship. I liked to give him. Yes. I like to give them peace and being, but in told a little note that you got people that Lee care about also look at things like this senior citizens. I know I love my grandma older, folks. I went to karaoke home disregard sang Woodham house on because it's gotta find out what you love to do and get out your way be able to help somebody in their way in their journey. And so when you find yourself in a position where you lied to art are cool. If you lie are like doing things like that. How can you art serves else? How can you help somebody else out? What if you did your pain in class in little kids, how to paint that's something you love to do in something that you can help other kids, and guess what they're going to be so grateful because maybe they don't have that attention at home. Do not feel special. Nettie gotta would express this. Maybe one day will make your older of making. Thank you. And that's the thing about is that you gotta be able to give without expect patients to many people nine day. They expect things back. That's not giving. That's loaning. Give her a true giver, the, but as majority I mean is probably going to sound kinda messed up, but that's majority of people now like everybody's got that alterior motive, and I kind of feel like that's why people are so reluctant to give because they like, what am I going to get out of this like by give you buy give you apple are you going apple back type deal like, but I agree with you. One hundred percent, you shouldn't be given with expectation again, some bad you should be given out of goodness of your heart. And that's why our present you so much for seven you always giving giving giving Amy thank gosh. Ever heard. You ask you this. What am I going to get? As for so many is is is like it's this low. You know what I'm saying? So that's awesome. Man. I really wish why encourage everybody even myself. I can't exclude myself from the group, but I encourage everybody know just don't don't be that will what am I getting out of this situation. Type burns you feel it in your heart. Just give just do it in. I mean, if become back to you come back to may always do may always do it always come back, man. But a lot of times people motivating right when I give verse place. So it is hard to come that we hard when in the right place to giving. You know what I mean? So just like when you do things, you know mean outta love which is like don't do if your heart is not a right place to doing some it just like, for example, everything is key to your a tent like I was telling one of my friends. I'm like is one thing until you all for example, hypothetically, and this may just chop it up. Just gee whiz. But this imagine like you have an. A friend like she's coming to you say, you have your homeboy are got out on an I'm just coming up. I'm like, man, you know, what our friend. Why Fasino Menachem new in light? I can break it down to a way of loving. I live riders want wanna kinda share that which you just wanna be able to give you a heads up because I really care about she when I don't want to be able to you know, kit, you kitchen best buy because I want you to be able to know I wanna be that got a new about it in just kinda brew over. I care about your overall wellbeing versus a person who see it, and they go be messy in like warm try to break them up. I'm trying to do is right here. And I'm gonna tell him same information, but different intent men one thing about his day. See the intent, you know, one thing about it. You have a friend on a lifetime. By the end. The other one may lose you may lose both in create an enemy news a free. That's double double jeopardy, all because you intend. Right. In ten is everything annoyed. I do the right thing. Right thing is such a simple concept, but you know, people struggle with it because allies all about choices. Right. But sometimes you try to make the best choice in a lot of third would play into the decision making. Make the right choice is often is often man. Wayland bag to earlier when you talk about buying houses and whatnot you twenty. The boards as Kobe Kobe. Kobe Kobe so being so union being a homeowner buying of buying a house at this young age could be kinda scared of people so woods hipster. Would would encourage me. You have people in our age range. I looking to buy a house, man. I decided no your market, no way. You are is a on that whether or not the market is good like is it is it a lot of still booming economies developing. You know, is it withing is properties in the area that you look in are they going up are they building around the houses. Are they doing stuff to brain more people in, you know, just looking at those different steps in the area. Also making the decision whether or not, you know, you spend so much money renting out by just where you are your life nine if you're financially night, a great place in might rent a little bit more before. By get your money together. But you're in a position where your financial stable. You're looking for a place. Of course, you wanna look at the area. Kosher wanna look at what the Mark is. Knowing course, you wanna look at with Konami is like in the area. Of course, you wanna get a market analysis, and those are someone to keep as you wanna get what a good real to who knows the area can give you some insight who can let you want some good properties. All coming available. You also wanna let them know your goals. Not there goes your goes in their goal. Don't allow your goes get another real. Is is is this is a lot of insight that I can really give. But I'll say craters make she got on credit. If in which you wanna do man, depend on what you do you credit need to be good on financially need to be in a good place. Never misplace disagreement place in when you talked about written in throwing money away. Just to put in a little bit in a perspective. Because something my I'm renting on my money way. So say you got on a one bedroom apartment is causing you like live a hundred month, would would you tilles and all that included might be able to find a house in that same area. What a mortgage will be an it'd be about Ono eight nine hundred something like that in your YouTube is probably like another. I don't know what hundred on top of that. She g yeah. I'll say about you know, gene, Lee, you may pay extra couple hundred dollars more and more on. Marini mortgage where reality over year timeframe, you being paid at person rents us more money that you could have been using paper your own mortgage. Exactly say that eleven hundred than nine hundred metre plan for the mortgage say that's a two three bedroom. House you can rent out those other two rooms to other people with the rent. So you really only paying third to rent in the rest is going in your pocket now with that excess money we'll could you do with that you could pay on the principal toward the house, which means when you do sell it, you'll be making that much more money. So when you think about it in the long run is short short ruin it does make a lot more sense to buy especially if you can get roommates. That'll that'll cut the cost. Family houses may be that option to the low. You know may wanna may have a family will you don't like room Mason, you gotta family. So you may have to get your own. What's fund the house and have the ten is on the other hand or show of the mortgage in not the entire day, depending on how much may be? So that's that's always on. It's a lot of ways to be able to. Make the only use it to your mitt your best benefit to what serves you. Right. He said multifamily home. Yeah. Like, you know, the duplex triplex out different things when they have houses together. Like, you'd have a house here. House air say it may cost a hundred thousand for both of them made, you know, just cut it down a have. Calls in from anywhere from about ninety about six hundred Durant may be light seven hundred for the other one you net fan for the whole mortgage, whatever he would have been paying for more years. Maybe you can stack that up in used it for the Nixon best comes available or repayable your principal Monday to meet making money at you gotta work in money. Like a Hebrew. Exactly, exactly exactly. In. Yeah. And you don't have to be super frugal with it will like just. Make investments, and I'm not a financial adviser. Unlike that visit new thinking out loud, like why spend your money on something that you know, turn of profit on. I'll be thinking as far as making investment. So the spending. Ness liabilities. More investments more assets, whereas twenty nineteen liabilities cut off those people who rely Bility's whereas like bait weren't, but that may room for more growth on your portfolio may grew for more assets. Fiercely is audit, that's a slow. I mean, that's alone slogan, but AM winning a with John Brennan the campaign man on stepping should do ready. Get a going. We can get we can make the investment in get it rolling out. Right now. Get rolling. Yeah. Me too man me to log we coming up on time here. So we don't have to wind it down. Unfortunately, man, but just to get a listeners. And you're from pardon pardon sash, before we get outta hits got on your mind on your heart on his whole listens know about Nah, I just say that I'm you guys. Tune in with my guy count may you taking care yacht. I love I love the human you keep dying every time. I see you video. We get a good chuckle man, Washington. So I just love me. But for the people man, I challenge you to a lot that best version Yuna like don't be afraid to walk into that person. Who created a BI sometimes used to are known, which was really already do when you willing to take that chance to have the courage to step into it amazing things happen. So I believe in you guys a Tony to the Pay's liberal existing going inspiration. Value liberal, exist dot TV WW, liberals dot Jackie flounder, Instagram. So he's got cameras Christian. I live before the what we won't be in the next five years two years for sure man for sure y'all heard ticking out on this. Graham, Jack, three five subscribes to YouTube channel liberal exists in the wet but website, right? Is a live or exist. TV a man, man. Definitely don't be afraid. Lynch out g is one of the most personable hard loving Belaval will. So he will definitely get back. One hundred percent, all you gotta do is cast that real out, and he he'll he'll give back to. 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You'll find all his favorite things at kohl's so shop now at kohls dot com. It's the perfect way to thank all the dads in your life today. Show is prerecorded job. Run down long the way Don't attorney off sure will everybody. You're listening to the voice. Come on dig me now. One and only steve harvey radio show. Somebody sent me an email one day. You know kind of a nasty ll email. Thank said it. Wants to before steve. Harvey trying to be a preacher man. I'm so far from being a preacher man. I can't even tell you. But what i am trying to do is share. If mation now understand how hate us work and understand how to devil one. Believe me i do. You know sometimes even heat. The devil surprises me at the level and angles of attack. They use you know which i go. Wow man i didn't. I didn't see that one. Ooh pretty slick guy geigy credible. Now we tried to give me but every time you try to get me. I get saved against saved every time. Because because god got me god got some angels camped around me s what. My mom used to always says sunday. School teacher never really understood it. But you know when i was growing up as a key but i got it. Now got some ages around me and angels come informed sometimes of people people who pull your coat to this introduce. Shoot at or reveal some information to you like this. He got them all around me so see. Having a relationship with god was been beneficial to me. Y'all is not just that what he gives to me but what he protects me from and you know some some people wonder well if you god why he let him people do that to you now. That's not how it works. See there's two forces in this world as good as evil and if you succumb to good that's what you become. That's what you do but everybody don't succumb to good. Some people succumb to evil. Some people's mission is to hate to destroy to tear down and so that forces at work in this world to and when force comes up against me. What god never promised me that i wouldn't see none of that that i wouldn't see the attacks that i would not come under fire. I would not be falsely accused. He didn't say that. Matter of fact he forewarned me that it would happen but what he does give me in those moments a moments of comfort and peace knowing that he's with me and then no matter what my enemy does to bring me down. It ain't gonna work. It ain't gonna work so come if you want to fight if you will. I have a man that has been attacking me says. I owned the comedy club in dallas. He has been on a mission. And i don't give him five million dollars he gonna do it. He did everything he has done everything night. A mess around got himself now claiming his lettuce physically ill and his illnesses and what's befallen his family. He's blaming me. To as steve harvey not stress. Me on pavement is money. He only we. Will you come in with this. He just has kept on an owner. And you know what he the mess with her. God himself sick heater messed around may got himself as situation. And can i tell you some it's been going on since night tain Maybe ninety six seven. He started the attack on i. I went on now before that. Probably ninety five. He started the attacks in ninety five every now and then he got six lawyers all the lawyers and dropped the case after they come in and they discover the fact but he studied trying but it's tomatoes as around and are four lawn several times man a man if i was you go ahead because what i'm not going to do is being because you cannot break me because i happen to be a soldier for christ i happen to be an imperfect soldier for christ as as nothing and all eight like a bunch of people and try now. Oh you're all on youtube. Y'all been on the internet. All data try. Oh eight and put some dirt on me man. That ain't true but if you keep looking at me though and i'm not the prize but if you put your eyes on god is where you go but if you look at me he's covered me through it all and that's been deal potent center relationship former. Dodd dodd is that. I know that i'm under his wings that i'm ever under his ever loving protection he got me and i just wanted to share that with you that if you got if you looking for some protect you if you looking for a way to have the strength to get through what you're going through get some god if if if if if you wanna weigh out get some god man if you've been gang banging and you sick a gang get you some god man if you tired of being on drugs utah to drink and get you some god man if you tied to be if you're sick and tired of be tied get you some god man. I'm just telling you now trying to make dreams come true and it looked like you ain't gonna make and you still believe that that's what you get you. Some god man. If you set a new gold dream aspiration trying to get that and you start out today. Get you some god man. I'm just telling you. I'm just telling you see israel what i'm saying man. I ain't no fake. Do y'all stand up just telling you real get you some god man and be patient. Have faith believe don't doubt but lauda mercer get ready to work your tail off. Did you hear me get you. Some faith believe don't doubt and get ready to work. You'll tail came blessed lot lot of times we go to god asking for prayers and stuff but we go to them and we don't give nothing god bless we won't blessed but we'll give him nothing to bless you make one step. He'll make two you start. he'll finish you come. he'll go you dream it. He'll build you started. He'll finished so you see you trying everything your way i'm gonna go to. Cornell comes with a man yesterday just sitting just call me man and was just talking about steve. You know man i i i just do. Only twenty three hundred dollars for four years. I just asked him. Have you survived a folk without the twenty. Three hundred yale man. How much you thank you to spent trying to get twenty three hundred. Just a few hundred. Now let me ask you something. Do you have a few hundred mode to try to get this twenty three hundred that you've been trying to get for four years. Yeah i could do that but do you. Won't to man. Do you have the time to dedicate fomo a yo years to try to get twenty. Three hundred but steve him out of work right not fellow some hard times. I could use that money. And i've been praying to god to help you been praying to god to help you. God probably got something way greater for you but you gotta let go your own thinking and let god have his way the understand you fail me. You're listening to morning. 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I'm looking forward to it So let us why while. We just start Delay greatness. If you know some goodbye to happen let it pop off immediately. So ladies and gentlemen let's start surely straubing. Hey good morning. Steve how you doing. Wonderful call for real. Good morning steve hump day. What's up crew wooded junior too much logistics. Tnn had more john walker rock neo. Tell me the greatest lesson our learn nephew tommy. Top morning it's wednesday hump day yet. Is this guy john walkman. I was selling amway right. And i laid off from ford motor company. My life was just going nowhere and he was my direct distributor of rochester. New york he used to call me every morning. Five o'clock he. Steve john walker. How you doing man going to be a great day. I would answer the phone like this. Hello steve john. Welcoming have a great day click. He'd hang up next morning five. Am hello hey steve john walker how you doing man have a great day to day. It's going to be a great day. Click this went all man for two weeks in a row at kid. You not five. Thirty five o'clock every morning without fail. He called me and i answered the phone worse and worse. Hello steve john walker. How you doing man skopia a great day to day have a great day so about two weeks in probably fourteen fifteen times. I answered the phone. I said hell loan he said. Hey man what do you do that. I said what he said. Why do you answer the phone. I said 'cause i'm sleep. He said really. Are you where you wanna be in life Are you where you wanna be in life. You good you straight right where you at you good. I said oh man. I'm sleep. dope he said. Are you gonna get their sleep. I thought you better than that really disappointed in you man. Sorry to call. We'll try it again some other day. Click he hung up mad all day. Long that dude bothered me man. i couldn't believe. He said he was disappointed him the next morning. That damn phone ring five thirty. I said hey. This is a great data. steve harvey who is it. John walker. john. It's going to be a great day man. Sure hope you have a super day. Have a great day. He said man you to clicky hung up. I said cool. Let me tell you something. I never knew that what he had prepared me for was for something that god had for me. One day i was going to be one of the top morning men in america. Wow i know how to get up in the morning. I never saw that. He taught me a great lesson back. Wow that is everybody. Listen we're gonna have a great day to to see bregman who miss it. You're listening to morning. Show all right guys in women crush wednesday. Okay do do you. I wanna know how to know. Do i showed love. Hope you do show you do because if you don't you go to hail politics you don't. You're all into your hand because of you. Don't you go into the hey Ha si owners long card ak crush wednesday morning boys in thomas good good. Good what you're talking about today. Well you know this is june early. June june is always black music month. Try it again i asked. We are so we were just talking. I think it was yesterday about our favorite songs and yeah so favorite songs favorite artists. You have any all my favorite of for black history month fab lab boys and alabama mind music. They had that song accuracy. Clearly now the rain a day that was bishop they can see clearly rain. Yes maine on how they knew. All you need is the faith of a mustard seed right. But i ask them. Hey you seen rain before you know. That's not he don't mean rain often found. She can be deep when she wanted to know what you're saying you have any tips for father's day father's day's coming up. Well you know it's you know it ain't as big as mother's day never we'll be kinda sad way to treat danny's you know dating plano role in it but you know do some tell them. Hey you know you love you know. What did you do for of your ex husbands on father's day. Well i didn't do nothing. Forums today and my i used to describe to that they were here. They were someone's daddy right. Your children's father you. You don't honor him in that way. Children do some four. Okay okay. All right point sweetie any any summer vacation plans. All yes grew. I'm going to south. Carolina footage stumble. Oh nice sir. What are you gonna say having a revival dining in columbia kind of a working vacation. Well you know. I know needed. That's going down. You know get hanging out you know. I know a lot of church folk down. Nia anthony brown people from down there. Yes. i'm not sisters and you know it's amy's and all that and we go down and we we have chicken fran contests. Oh can you got chica chicken sandwich. Your kid popeye yours. First of all we. We'd reorganization kick them in detail with match sale. Are you dog meat. Yeah well me sweetie waymo juicing and how do you what do you coated with. He'll be go surely not going to repeat any of is then. I'm going to use a special secret recipe. That's been in the family for for years. You know you can't tell this a secret bad anytime you today said that at kfc wait why why saying suggests my recipe that all users. He stole lead. That's yours that has been mad. I made chicken for him among white lie would he is currently really colonel. Here's a. s. is a private if you want to know chicken stealing. As good hideo wait on me and made no chicken tastes like that. Because you've got no credit you got no clue my sistan. Good no credit geraldine. We made chicken role gas took and win around and country. That's why god let him get hit. Till he was in his sixties we can go to the funeral and nuts and whatever. He's eleven herbs and spices right. Yeah what they say actually fifteen four. It was eleven to fifteen an hour. He don't know sounds like you're getting mad mad. We we we two game. We gotta figure out how to get our money but you. What name levin spices brokers ever white folks even cook with spicer despite today cook where you never heard of coming. Well since you're odom we got money anyway from family call. We know his grandkids. A wreath read a go public with this. On agent sent us chin you get hustle every never work no way you never hear me go no job. Go no jau. Kfc who they would near. We made her stop calling. As kentucky fried chicken we had to go with kfc. I coming up meg. Thank you throw. It has a nephew with runway for clear food chilies nephew. Tommy coming right up right after this. You're listening to heartbeat morning. Show coming up at the top of the hour. Miss an with today's national news is standing by also an entertainment news. R kelly's lawyers quit before his federal trial and also an entertainment news. Rapper fabulous posted pictures of another woman. That was clearly not his wife. We're gonna talk about all of these stories Gun talk about all these stories at the top of the hour but right now nephew is here with run that bring bag which you got fourth neff then allows his man allows he is man yes he has yes he has. He has lost his mind. Let's go cat doubt. Hello i'm trying to reach a brief hybrid. This is offers benedetto's police department. Okay wanted to give you a call man. We have your husband. mr calvin. Is there any way you can actually come down to the police station today. Husband calvin is he calvin. Okay we have calvin. He's been picked up for classy misdemeanor. And i wanted to see if you're able to pick him up. We're not going to press charges. There is a two hundred and fifty dollar fine that needs to be paid. But i'm giving you a call. He asked me to call his wife to see if you would actually come and pick him up so the two hundred and fifty dollar fine doing so like you there. Yes we do need to two hundred fifty dollar five kedar. Because i don't i don't have it. I'm not to call mom and get it. But what if he did for. He was indecent exposure man. He was in a park. Are you familiar with lakeside park. Okay he was out at lakeside park and he was indecent exposure. He had no clothes on. He was with another person another female out there and they had no clothes on all the hell loves you to make it a big with state as calvin supposed to be and work. That's what hell cows supposed to be. Not so you saying that you saw him where you'd have detected that there's not a detective that was actually a police officer. Mamat actually brought them in both were brought in here About two hours ago. he's been processed. he has been processed. But we need somebody to actually come pick him up now. Okay well tell me. What are the female the female name to him. She has been arrested. She's actually on the other side of the jail. She's on the woman inside. Do not have have her name in front of me. I will be able to have that a little later But right now. I think more importantly he's he's actually sitting in a holding tank with no with no clothes on. So i i mean calvin god to pick him up and let me tell you what you need to be killing. You tell calvin that he needs to come up with two hundred fifty dollars a get his just got us and they need to come up with some more money inc. Thanks for this divorce. Because i'm having these types of and you can't help ya mamma. She'll come no tavern every. Walk down now when he gets his free. Got to see that you know what what taking them touching. Believe me. Because i wanted to bring down the track. They always on his so. I wanna take on boniface his nikki and then she see him running. Then you have determined you make sure you tell you there then you get the situation. I'm not gonna get any. I mean beca. Burning want to ms missouri. I just got some paperwork in here About who the female he. He was arrested witch. She was also out there at lakeside park and Let's see here. It seems like we miss francis. Frances francis you apprentice nick. Yes ma'am are you. I'm sorry do you know of francis pasta k. What can i say something else about your sister. Can i tell you. This francis scott meet a prank phone. Call you baby nephew. Tommy from the steve harvey morning show. Bre- you just got pranked by your sister francis. Jeez if i tell you what used not on his phone i can't tell you bob francis i was getting ready to come home and all that and i know damn well catherwood make it. He's not doing it like that. I mean it'll be marin again home not me. I'm like that was all about. I found follow this. I'm get thank you though was the bad radio. Show in the land out there steve. The morning show for supply france. If you lived the milwaukee ever pay you can't just be naked like that at the paul. You know what i'm saying you see you. There would him. We're people play too much. Yeah muscles can get a loan right. Cabinet got like that doing it somewhere. Kevin done. Stick a fork locally. Can catch me on fridays. Ready to lob. Oh yeah on network nine eight central only on check in tune in and watch the boy work. It's mean if you've told me at my best. I'm thomas math in the evening. Tommy in the moment. I'm thomas brad nephew you go. You can't get anything by alexis. She is not having she's call home. She's calling you out on all your relaxed though. She's a stuff happen. She she's calling you plan the game jones. A cool carla amber amber come on amber. No we love. Chris is the law. You can see that lawyer coming out sometime for it good. She's she's very loyal to we. Love joel i'm over him. I'm gonna played a game. Yeah a little bit you know. Maybe it'll be good. You know i love you can hook it up love in the ladies deletion and liz for nisha venetia okay. We'll check it out this friday nephew coming at the top of the hour entertainment and national news right after the bid. You're listening to morning. Show the time for defense organizations to harness the power of the cloud is now discover how you can leverage cloud solutions to advance your mission at par three of gd emerge 2021 tune in virtually on june twenty third to explore how cloud enables mission partners to modernize it platforms and integrate new technologies. Anytime anywhere here. From top leaders in government and industry to learn how to cloud is evolving away. The dod defense assets supports the war fighter and gain tactical advantages registered today at gd dot com slash emerge in today's entertainment news from the black information network and our home station in chicago. Be one oh. Three r kelly's attorneys say. It's impossible for them to represent. Robert kelly to attorneys filed paperwork to withdraw as his counsel. The attorney sent a statement to the judge thing that the request is close to the trial date but they were comfortable representing r. Kelly they were. They were uncomfortable representing him. However are kelly's two remaining attorney said the other. Two lawyers were fired by robert and did not quit roberts. New york trial will be held august ninth and his chicago. Trial date is set for september nineteen. Kelly has been charged with. Eighteen counts of sexual misconduct if he is found guilty on in both chicago and new york both those trials he faces a minimum of fifteen years and a maximum sentence of one hundred and ninety five years in prison so only wish bad on nobody. But let me. Just say is the two attorneys. They quit that say they quit but the other to say they got fired is because they wanted to take the plea or a different direction in defense and robert wasn't happening and i promise you some about. Hey let's just let's take a plea or let's just go this right here at robert wilson with her mother to fight it his way. And that's why when you have a difference between four attorneys on which direction to take the evidence and everything the to the direction of the person who's paying got to go. Well we victim so we don't care we we say that dog. We not say we we lawyers. We got families we got. We not going to say that Just look all employers got all the evidence got evidence they here no good here where we stand up in court you want us to say. Quote dow dow nobody. Maybe you'll know what's being said. Mommy some real rabbit robert proper just absolutely and other entertainment news rapper fabulous posted to pictures of singer. Claudia ortiz with the caption. It's vintage now but the natural vibe still fire emoji but the natural by still and then he put up the fire emoji okay. knocking about her picture. Social media was quick to point out that a married man doesn't need to complement another woman. I agree For the record fabulous reportedly married. Emily boston bus bustamante in two thousand eighteen. After over a decade of ups and downs. It seems that fabulous has responded to the controversy. He tweeted people. Try to find the negative in everything even in showing love to see saying he was showing love when he posted the picture of claudia ortiz and they found negative in that. That's what it sounds like. probably Down pitchy jackson halle berry jennifer lopez or no damn by the post a picture shirley strawberry. I know she'd been so nice over the years. I what you post it. Oh no you can't do this. Respect in his wife alone for mystics violence. Yeah all right steve movement time for two days later. Gentleness am true okay. Good morning this andrew. Everybody with the news and here we go in washington a report on the senate probe into the january six capitol hill. Insurrection is blaming abroad breakdown in intelligence across many agencies and the report also cites a lack of training and preparation by law enforcement. Senate republican leader. Mitch mcconnell seems satisfied with the way things are going. that's how it looks worked to close. These gaps is already well underway. The committee's inquiry under january six is ongoing and the nationwide search for new chief of the capitol. Police is making progress. Well not everybody thinks the probe is all that thorough in fact Senate majority leader. Charles schumer feels that the investigation is missing. Something it's missing the obvious. With the exception of a brief reference to former president trump's remarks at the ellipse senate republicans insisted that the report exclude anything having to do with the cause of the insurrection. As soon as says that the incomplete way that the investigation has been handled so far just supports the argument for an appointment of a totally independent commission to look into the riot and see why was and what happened there. West virginia democratic senator joe manchin met with civil rights activist yesterday two days after he announced his refusal to support a new election reform and voting rights. Billy went against the party ability. Claims is too partisan most democrats say that the so-called for the people measure is actually necessary right now especially to counter current efforts by republican led states to push through restrictive election laws. Right now sixty. Two votes are sixty votes required to end debate on a bill. The democrats only have fifty democrats say to going to vote on a measure later this month anyway even though they do expected to fail the biden administration says at vaccinations against covid. Nineteen will be available now at various workplaces. All part of a push to have seventy percent of the american people inoculated by july fourth government's going to be helping companies apparently organized onsite pop-up clinics to make it easier for people to get the shot. Health officials say that nationally. There's been a ninety four percent drop in weekly corona infections since january as because so many people are getting that shop. The israeli parliament scheduled to vote on sunday on a new government which could end the twelve year rule of prime minister. Benjamin netanyahu and who likes soul food apparently a lot of people when it comes to fast food anyway by business financing of opole by them shows at mcdonald's is the most popular around the world but a close second. We're talking about all over world. Kfc right after five. Chicken comes pizza. Hut baskin robbins and domino's pizza now. Back to the steve harvey morning show. You're listening to steve harvey morning show trending kobe. Nineteen vaccination new state of washington is giving away marijuana to encourage residents to get vaccinated according to usa. Today the rule is that yeah. You heard me. The rule is that the state would allow licensed cannabis retailers to provide one joint one joint two adult consumers who received covert nineteen vaccination at the in store clinic. This is the latest incentive in the state of washington that just days ago reached. It's gonna of at least vaccinating seventy percent of state adults So there's another incentive to shot get a joint. Get your shot. Joe it to get a vaccine. You're stupid. I can just saying that sound but is saying this i can. I put it in the logic. Yeah this is the state of washington. Well i mean some states are taking desperate measures because they trying to world trying to get back. It's about the see. My in-laws contracted kofi. I can only say this. I think god we had vaccinated because they have had no severe symptoms and they have pre existing conditions and i can only think my heavily father that they got vaccinated and when they contracted cohen from their nurse that they were able to survive with very low low symptoms like a coal and that was the doctors have said man the vaccination really saved you all because they have some pre existing condition. And that's all. I have to say you know i. I got vaccinated. Because i just felt like now to all the people who don't want to get vaccinated can't make you and all these theories of why you're not getting vaccinated business do you. I don't know what to tell you you don't know q. Cool with them putting a microchip in you. You're cool with that. That's what they say. Yes they're saying that government is. Yeah the government. They gotta do that. Y'all got a phone. They are ready. Gotcha microchip they know where you'll ass at. All the time taught they know what you looking at shopping when you when you look for something to add pops up right up to hang to and they've been knowing yes. This is nothing new thing. Trust save your life the best. That's good know what's in it. I know what was in spam meeting. But i eighty you show what the he'll in spring boom. If you lost that key. I coming up at thirty four minutes after the hour. Quick round of ads. The ceelo right after this. You're listening to morning. Show all guys time now for a quick round of ask the ceelo. Cheap love officer steve harvey in the building this one if from a lisa in tuscaloosa alabama. Lisa writes. I'm twenty nine years old and i work at a hospital and i've been messing with dr. That just started their after a few encounters with him. He admitted he was married and said he fell badly because his wife is a saint. I found out who is wife is and i know her. And she ain't no saint in two thousand and nine thousand nine. I met her at the annual black ski weekend go to and she was in the hot tub topless and i know for sure she hooked up with my homeboy. I wanna bust his bobble but and let them know about his wife. And would i be wrong. It's their question. Would it be wrong if i did. Well i mean what you're talking about. He feel bad because he thinks his way about this other woman you tell her. Hang on change in fact of what you see what you do is tricky so now you wanna make him thing cozy said he feel bad because his wife is the same now. He finally admitted you married. You won't let him know that the wife ain't say what does that change for you though. See nothing changes for you. You still the chip. Okay so you know you just start working at the house orange you get home and then you know you always nam man. I'm will bus jim. Fobel what what is this about you not finish. Get him. because that's what you think you're not gonna get him. I tell you that right now in wi fi put your top one in a hot tub. Were we have this go to address nut shirley no fun all right. We're moving on georgia in baltimore. Says i'm sixty two year old widow living alone for the first time in thirty years my younger neighbor checks on me and runs errands for me. Occasionally. i was in virginia. Visiting my family memorial day and i happened to look at my ring camera in my backyard and my neighbor was my grill and had a small party on my patio. I call the police on her. And i asked to remain anonymous but they told her i call them. She said i should feel bad after all she's done for me. Was i wrong for how i reacted no. I hope you're out. Call the police too. I mean all she. W what this does one thing. I probably would have asked you. You probably would have said. Yeah but it's the rudeness and the sense of entitlement. That really has got you. You know you don't just come over there and take nobody stuff without asking among import. And you lucky she. Oh because i know some people would roll up on all. Y'all i'll send somebody over that. Yeah man and now he weren't for how you reacted miss georgia now This is from a dummy check on you know mode endless bag a bought over. How much peanut brittle laugh all you had to do with the ask though. That's all she had to do all right. This one's from dummy in connecticut That's what it says in connecticut. I'm a forty nine year old single man. And i've got a thing for a woman that i met a church. The only problem is i've had sex with her sister a few times years ago. Her sister doesn't go to our church anymore. But i don't want it to be a problem so i'm looking for more than sex from this woman. I want a seriously dating her. And i don't want it to be an issue later. How do i tell her. I slept with her sister but it was meaningless will understand how can you tell her. You slept with sister and it was mainly wishy. she understand. No no because let's just suppose system means something to her. You went over there and just did her sister just to have something to do dog when you tell you slept with. Her sister can be a situation going to be a situation. I don't think he should tell me. I mean he's gonna have to tell if he won't try to continue this relationship. You gotta tell. I coming up next. Thank you salo. The nephew is here with today's prank. Phone call right after this. You're listening to steve harvey morning. Show all right coming up at the top of the hour right about four minutes after. It's my strawberry letter for today. The subject is my daddy loves my friends. We'll get into that later Marinade on that because right now. The nephews in the building with today's prank phone. Call what you got for less. see here you. We're going to dig deep. This is from the collection right here. Okay i different filed and category election round. What's wrong booty. Many breaks leg budi collection. You know as far as and boot. This is the booty collection and This one right here is called booty. Tax food tax okay. He's prima buddha collection. Yeah just you know you're gonna love it you gotta love and let's go cat. Dow booty taxes. Hello hello. I'm trying to reach kendrick got you doing. My name is anthony. Man anthony collins. They called me a see how you doing. I'm good. I'm good i'm good. Hey listen This right here man this is. I don't even know how to put this though. But hey listen i'm calling you man. I got some issues. I'm getting ready to file texas. And i'm going through all my expensive all my receipts and all this kind of stuff you know i. I can't i can't just let this go man. I i didn't spend like twenty thousand dollars on your whitelash. And i i'm trying to think. Oh wait a minute you asking you. Don't spend twenty thousand dollars on chick i'm married to. Is that what you're telling me I don't i'm trying to do man is is. I'm trying to do it right off. That's what i'm trying to do. I'm trying to claim. Oh no no no no the right. I'll basically you're telling me is my way i say you say what would you say. All i'm saying i'm trying to figure out all right if i claim melania max businessman. I'm over twenty grand on money. I spent on melanie last year. So let me understand something right clues you ask me for missing claim my wife when you asked for permission my way. Okay okay okay okay. Let's do this year. I say i did that. You saying that. I'm saying i just wanted to claim the taxes because i spent twenty k. On it that's all. I'm saying i can't live this. Let's put many on the phone. That's mail on phone. We got a brain meal in this. We got ray million saying he already in it. What do you mean. We ain't got a plane and all i'm saying is. Do you have a problem with me. Claiming meli right. I do probably having this way. I get my information. How did you get my number. I asked round with your. I wanna call. You took me a week to talk to you. Know what i'm saying. I'm just trying to do. I spent twenty grand isle. You understand what i'm saying. When did you spend twenty grand. That's just. I wanna know. I offense when a grand on this and i married. So what's what's the doing. You spent twenty two thousand dollars on my wife and then you want to claim that'd be understand that hey man. I ain't trying to go into all my receipts. Don't everything i did melanie. I'm not trying to do it. All i'm trying to do is just i just wanna i wanna i wanna know if you don't wanna go claiming because that's how you get in trouble right you you already in trouble is the last mother you ought to be worried about. And you kinda. My mother called telling me that you got going on with my old later and then you take me. Can i have your permission. Okay so we gotta get some kind of resolution to this. A good resolution is a good half with you. Mayo resolution that that's the only resolution week. I'm good breath. no other resolution ain't no other resolute way. We we ain't got to talk about. We gotta talk about. That's the revolution i got. I tell you what. I'm the mil right now. I've been checking us since we've been on this mother. Okay what did you check up. No you may want am. I texted her foot the subject matter. So that's why. I'm pissed but you better pray to god. This is a book. I hope to god you. Yeah i've got. Tell people to me like this single. Go through it breath at all at all. Okay so i guess. I can't claim at this point now. So what you wanna do. Though brad already told you i'm going to do and i'm waiting meals response on this mother. Glad she's floating. Mother became type. Somebody will give me some mail the day okay. They met look at brand. I don't know who this is on a other than into this song. I hope to god. There's something somebody five or something that i can't even fathom you better. Pray to god job playing with me. This is some booth. Okay okay so go on and tell you this dog and then i'm going to get out your way man. I know how it's going to go after this. And i go and tell you something else. I don't know what the you've been. Tell me but only thing. I can tell you only thing i can tell. You can't drink did that. This is nephew topic from the steve. Harvey morning show your wife. Melania got the prank phone you go well yeah radan you but hey and i'm easing crackle and i don't do them the way 'cause my you're right man i gotta make sure you're right but we get off the phone you good man. I gotta go get near drink that yeah i might i tell me this man. Twenty twenty and tell me. Here's what's bad is that i mean. The band is radio show in the land man down see how the morning show that rotten and you because he. Oh life kendrick can't twenty thousand. What did you do a thousand. What what when i go when i go to that t t to boot collection. I'm telling you when. I go in there and pull out a prank or got some booty files when i go to the buddha file it means buddha taxes obviously he anthony like i asked him quest dumb question right like how dare you. It's the moody election. Like give them. Let me tell you some working on working on getting my own like you know how to help carshield I'm working on ice tea. Yuck i'm working on cookie. She'll you know what i'm saying. Cookie seal some go wrong. I came cannot talk right now. Some going wrong. You protected you know. Under on the on the mice field third crumbles call this run out the kremlin's call business got run out run out. yes and you really running one resolution. Why you blank. I listen up next with strawberry letter. Subject my daddy loves my friends. We'll get into it right after this. You're listening to morning show getting the care. You need to stay healthy. Shouldn't be hard or expensive. Everyone should be able to afford their medications. Checkout good are ex with good are ex. 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When i was younger when he finished college our relationship got stronger and i started looking up to him. That is all changed. Since i moved in with him. And let me say upfront that. I'm grateful to have a place to stay. But he is out of control last christmas. He had a small get together at his house and he told me he wanted me to meet his new girlfriend. I didn't have to meet her because she went to high school with me and as a year younger than i am. I was polite to her and joked with her about dating. My dad's she told me. My dad is the biggest man she's ever been with and he knows what he's doing between the sheets. I wanted to pop her. I told my dad. He's a pervert and he laughed it off and told me to mind my business. By new year's eve he'd broken up with her and she was banging on our door at three. A m yelling he better not be with another be in the house. I couldn't do anything but begged her to leave because there was another female in my daddy's bedroom and she went to college with me. I can't believe he's still acting like he's twenty something and playing all of these young women like this. I need some kind of warning label so my friends and classmates can stay away from him. I'm going to move out. Should i have a heart to heart with my dad. I heart to heart with your dad. About what would he. He's not gonna listen to you and he's already told you to mind your business. He obviously likes much younger women and no one wants their father. We get it. No one wants their father to holler at or any of their friends. And he's wrong for that and it's very embarrassing to you. I'm very hurtful to you. We get it but the friends don't seem to care because he's got something he's got something that they want when you think about it we don't have to guess what it is because it's just what your high school friend said and i quote he's the biggest man she's ever been with and he knows what to do between the sheets. The other thing is you have to remember that these women are also grown women and they know what they're doing is well. I mean they would probably say the same thing about your dad in the bedroom. And that's why they keep getting with him so the best thing for you to do you said at the end you're going to move out. The best thing for you to do is move out as soon as you can soon as you can't afford to so you no longer have to witness your father's behavior with your friends you don't wanna see all that and you know that was going on so the best thing for you at this point is to hurry up and move out steve young lady. I feel for you because you have a problem with your father your thirty year old single woman and you live with your sixteen forty six year old father. That's a sixteen eight different so she was born. This young guy was only sixteen years old. Still really boy. Sixteen you long way from million so You had to move in with him. 'cause you got pregnant lost your job. In the same month. During the pandemic parents was in high school when you were born so us raised by two grandparents. And you thought of your dad. Has an older brother play because he used to play with you when he was young here when he finished school relationship guy struggling. You started looking up to one. Well now you live with him and you grateful to have a place to stay but he out of control had a small get together at the house and he told me he wanted to meet my new girlfriend. His new girlfriend well. You didn't have to meet her because she would school which you and as a year younger than you. So now he she twenty nine. He forty six now whole steel in the pocket. Forty six and his girl is twenty nine. That's almost thirty. That's a nineteen year difference. People do that a lot. They do that a lot but they do that a lot than they do it a lot. It's only a sixteen year difference. They do a lot so now you mad because she younger than you. You was polite to date my dad. Did she. said you need to get our mme face because your daddy big man. I will be with that what we hit here for now. That's it up food. You want it to pop her my questioning. Why did so now after. She said she what she's doing. You said i wanted to pop puck. My question is why did you out of busted her dad and her mouth for what for dating her dad off talking disrespectful to me. You're dead man. I ain't going no way doing between new sheet. Well i know what i'm doing what we do. So that is day l. miles. Yeah that's crazy to hear about your dad s. I told my dad. He's a pervert and he laughed at all and he told you to mind your business but then new year's eve he broke up with and he was. She was banging on our door at three. Am he'd better not have another being that house. I find out she and now all right we'll have part two of response coming up at twenty three minutes after the hour subject. My daddy loves my friends. We'll get back into it right after this. You're listening to morning show all right. Come on let's recap today's strawberry letter the subject. My daddy loves my friends. You daddy love your friends. Your daddy's sixteen years older than he started dating. One of your friends went to hospital. Who's a year younger than me. You the he's seventeen years older than her. You upset about it because she told me she ain't going nowhere because he the biggest man she ever had and he knows what he doing between new sheets. You could manage the data. Tell your data. he'll pervert he tell you the man you'll be. Is that a girl that told you that you say you wanted to pop asked jesse good. You didn't do that by new year's eve. He broke it up within he was and she was banging on our door. Three telling him you better not have another be in that house. I couldn't do anything but big hood lee because there was another helpful in my daddy's bedroom and she went to college with me. Now listen to this. First of all this was the saying girl is now banging on the goto. You your daddy biggest man. She's been with and and he know do between the sheets she banging on the door you beg her to leave he telling her he yellow. Now you better be well. here's rob. There was another woman in the world. And you could've ended his girls be known by letting euskera hit in the mouth. I bet that other girly somebody to push did girls can in all this bravado. She got golden. I so now. I can't believe he's still acting like he's twenty. Something an playing all. These young women like this. Well let me go back to the top of the letter. You say when you were born you thought your daddy was your older brother because all he did was played with so obviously he's not matures person in the world. Right of a lot of men are found younger. Women is because they're not mature enough for women their age and so they compensate by going to younger route so they could appear to be more than they saw and they can think they all this all because you're grown but you got to do more than be the biggest mayorship because at forty six trying to got the future and make sure they got some secured so all issue the biggest man. We have meant. Yeah that's nice. That's good but what we where we goes win. What we drive our we have a home to live in. Are we going to be up equity. That's what grown women wanna know. Young girls don't do that. Most men i know who date younger is because they don't have the mental capacity to deal with grown. That's what i found. That's not always the case but a lot of guys that i know the date younger women are because they can't handle what coma to grown and so i need some kind of warning label to my friends and classmates to stay away from him. I'm going to move out with. Should i have a heart heart with my dad surely said it best you to have a heart to heart about what this is nothing to talk about peace equality man. That has a character flaw. You're not gonna change character flaws. Which your momma. 'cause you and your your mama. Forty sea food mom k. Have he's running from his age group because he don't want to live up to what the expectations and requirements of his age knees soul. Let him go about his business. Keep keep that out your head and you need to move 'cause like he said it ain't she'll be as don't make it your door. Well go up enough because these women right here at visually. They don't want something and he have no self some size can't sake size own grocery and they don't wanna don't know about yourself. Is it town. You can't take that out of merrill lynch don't give a damn wells fargo eight big day off. You gotta have mask on coming here sizing taxed so no you shouldn't have a heart to heart because what are you going to say. He's your father and it's supposed to be somebody you look to stop stopped eight years younger. He he you know. let me ask you. This team was. She'd be mad if they weren't her friends. They were just young women but they weren't her friends. I think she probably could deal with that. A little better policies. The problem is she's mad too because they're her friends because she knows no limits were yeah. She wants one in college with the other. She doesn't like the fact that they're young but she really hates it. They're her friends. Yes that's a problem too. That is a huge pile if he stopped that nothing to do not doing that. Leave my friends alone. Dad graduate schools. Jeff junior all right. Thanks post your comments then. Today's strawberry letter. It's steve harvey fm instagram and facebook and check out the strawberry letter. Podcast on-demand now coming up at forty six minutes after the hour sports. Talk with junior right after this. You're listening to morning show. I guys if that time time for sports talk with junior which you got junior. Yeah tell you what they we got right now. We got a new. Mvp an nba did a nugget star. Nikola jokic is the big joker joker. He is the mvp for the nba this year. I mean they did it in a certain fashion because no kobe interested team meeting adam. Silver did to presented with the award. Got a lotta graduates from his teammate. Which is a big thing. Manson's congratulations to him. He wanted to joke yet. A big joke. That's the lowest rated person to ever be drafted to win the mvp. So you know. He was drafted real low. But still wanna be never happened before. 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He can do most complicated. How i wrote and don't go out that little square do not go. You know how. I've been feeling it stands. I did some. She did feel right into the state would mail power is them. Yes our have jazz when she runs. They say she runs so fast that when she admits she goes up and they were saying that's what she could do to hide. Jump were track. Yeah i'm in bounce bounce thanks yet another olympian on the right passes she'd be like elsom all mouth. No tasha gonna get a gold medal for to in the. Us olympics girl can run. Autism claim it. All right. thank you junior coming up at the top of the hour. More of the steve harvey morning show right after this. You're listening to david. Harvey morning show. He works hard but he's never too busy for you here. So all the data that's out there. 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That's all. i'm just walking rice a lot. Yes dale on urban allergy. He in some video. Y'all in blue ridge mountain walks tv. Excuse me john. Text me once we. Hey we got out here. Somebody's trail guide can go work and last time. I asked what up with hiking hurt. I got what they call dog. Food clash of flights so plantar fasciitis lampton fasciitis of head that twice a month. Ver-very painful chat rtc. And i know i to flashy itis you step on plants. You see right there. That's why that's why plantar laughed strange. If you strain the tendon a under your heel it said that is a connective tissue. Which supports the arch of the foot. And when you strained that muscle right there brother. You have serious problem. I've had it twice pain and the heel and in the bottom of the foot that is usually most severe with the first steps of the day or god in the morning. man. I i've gotten off to bed and damn dropped to my knees pain. You warm it up and you get better with it but you gotta but it's just a pain and it takes a couple of months to get rid of it. I had it come on. Gradually affects both feet in about one. Third of horrible need to go out the with his sound. Like gotta for us what i had to do with you. Gotta learn how to stretch before you get into strenuous exercise. We'll be walking up steep. He owns and everything like that. You gotta stretch cass out. Really good stretch. Ten is on the back of your kelly's get them nice and stretched as some stretches. I had to learn how to do. So when i go up. And i'm trying to walk on my toes and climb up to trails. I don't i don't stretch at ten can long as a hike though Couple of hours. You're into camping at all. Used to ninety more found out what luxury camps is life and glenn hotel squad. We'll have more of the steve harvey morning twenty minutes after right after this. You're listening to show. Well here's some trending. 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I love it and if you're in that area enrollment family not of the private schools. And i'm sure they're going to get some great teachers all of that. Yeah we'll have more of a steve harvey morning show coming up at thirty three minutes after right after this. You're listening to your show in today's entertainment news from the black information network and our home station in chicago. V one zero. Three r kelly's attorney say it's impossible for them to represent robert kelly to attorneys filed paperwork to withdraw as his counsel. The attorney sent a statement to the judge saying that their request is close to the trial date but they were comfortable representing r. Kelly they were. They were uncomfortable representing him. However are kelly's two remaining attorney said the other. Two lawyers were fired by robert and did not quit roberts. New york trial will be held on august ninth and his chicago. Trial date is set for september nineteenth. kelly has been charged with. Eighteen counts of sexual misconduct. If he is found guilty on in both chicago and new york those trials he faces a minimum of fifteen years and a maximum sentence of one hundred and ninety five years in prison. So yeah. I don't wish bad on nobody but let me just say this. The two attorneys. They quit say they quit. But the other to say got five is because they wanted to take a plea or a different direction than the defense and robert. What happened and i can promise you some about. Hey let's just let's take a plea or let's just go this right here at robert wilson mother to to fight his way. And that's why when you have a difference between four attorneys on which direction to take evidence and everything the two. Don't go in the direction of the person who's paying them to go out the victims so we don't care you know. Look we we. We not saying that we not saying we got we lawyers. We got families. We got phase out. We not going to say that right. Just look all employers. Got all the evidence they got to stay here your good hair where we stand up in court. You want us to say what nobody should. Maybe you'll know what be seed rabbit. Robert robert justice for the victim. Yes absolutely and other entertainment news rapper fabulous posted to pictures of singer. Claudia ortiz with the caption. It's vintage now but the natural vibe still fire emoji but the natural biden still and then he put up the fire emoji. Okay knocking about her picture. Social media was quick to point out that a married man doesn't need to complement another woman. I agree For the record fabulous reportedly married. Emily boston bustamante in two thousand eighteen after over a decade of ups and downs. It's it seems that fabulous has responded to the controversy. He tweeted people. Try to find the negative and everything even in showing love coming up this our last break of the day guys are last break of the day and of course it forty nine minutes after the hour. 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Made the flip very exciting time of the year for me when i get to flip. Do that clip out the closet. You know bring in some stove up. You know when fall says. Hey you know i was. I was thinking today about what i could share with. People i try to be encouraging. You know one of the things. I wanted to talk to people about today was simply. This is no time like the present you know. Oftentimes we have ideas. We have things that we think that we want to follow through on things that we want to initiate and we just procrastinate. We put it off but you know what guys you got it. You gotta start taking more immediate action. All of us all of us do. I'm talking to myself included. I try to when. I come up with an idea. I try to start the process immediately. You know i. Because i've learned in my journey. There is no perfect time to start anything i. There is no time when i've been able to lie all the ducks in a row. There is nothing. I've ever accomplish that win exactly the way i planned it. There's nothing i've ever done anything i've ever accomplished. That was smooth sailing. It's always been fraught with hardships. Setbacks questions of uncertainty doubt and just raw raw juice just difficulties. It's always that way. So i have learned when going into an idea or starting a project or trying to wheel something into existed that there's going to be opposition to that so i go in realizing that the opposition is a part of the process and often a lot of us. We just don't complete the process because we fail the simple tests. Are you willing to stick to it and hanging there to see it through. That's a basic one. Are you willing to after you get challenged. Are you willing to not quit. That's a very basic feed. It's simple quitting quitting means. Just one thing. I'm going to stop trying. i give up. I'm not sure this is gonna work. I i'm tired of this. Well guess what all those things that you just say it of the reason why you according to you you can use those very same things as a reason to keep going. I'm tired means. I could almost be there. I don't feel like this. It could simply mean the tough part is over. I just don't. I don't believe this can happen for me. The racist given to the swift but to him that endured the in the silver that. There's a silver tier to every cloud of doubt. You got to see your way through when you have these dark moments but listen to me you all to not start pursuing the things you think about. Aspire to in hopeful. Does that get you. You cannot sit in your life and just sit there man without making an all out effort and assault on something on something mad. Your dreams your aspirations. Come on guys. this is doable. Other people have done it before you. You're not the only person facing hardship and difficulties. And i got news for you if you stop doing this. You're going to have to deal with something else and and it's going to happen again. You have to start developing the habits of success and the first habit of success it. Just don't quit. That's a really simple when y'all just wake up tomorrow when you're having a bad day just say okay. God if i can get to bed let me wake up tomorrow and see what else you've got this simple thing to not quit but it's so simple to quick. It's a simple thing not to quit. All you gotta do is keep waking up. But it's such a simple thing too quick to just say i can't do this but the benefit of saying i can't do. This is gone the benefit of sake. Let me try one. More time. The benefit could be there. Come on man. We've got to do better than this. Don't just sit in your life exists. Sit in your life at lille lille get out there and get involved. There's a standard appointed says. The credit belongs to the man who was actually in the arena. Whose face is marred with dust blood sweat and tears. Those cold and timid souls in the stands who know neither victory nor defeat. You know when. I learned that poem. I just decided i wasn't going to be one of the people in the stands i was going to be wanted people in the arena and sometimes me and my face is covered with blood sweat dust and tears but i get credit for being in the arena. You get known for talking about me and blogs you get no reward you get no benefit but while they talking about you on them blogs. Remember this the talking about you because you're doing something. If he wasn't doing nothing they wouldn't talk about you so every time i find him talking about me. Let me know him doing something. And i'm gonna stay in your reno one day. Go look the haters. The naysayers all your enemies. God will prepare a table for you in the presence of all that subscription to those my clothes get busy. Don't quit okay. now have a great day. See you tomorrow for all steve. 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Sweet battery, whered ya get it?  Teslas 2nd profit puppy. Aviation Gins $610M sale. Thursdays Uber/Lyft-pocalypse.

Snacks Daily

16:45 min | 1 year ago

Sweet battery, whered ya get it? Teslas 2nd profit puppy. Aviation Gins $610M sale. Thursdays Uber/Lyft-pocalypse.

"This is nick this Jack, and this is snacks daily. It is Tuesday August Eighteenth Nick The S. and P. Five hundred ended up. I record. High Emission possible. He got Tom Cruise on the floor basically hovering chest hair touching. Sweat, don't sweat all this happens to be the best one. We have ever put out for snacks daily for our first story. Tesla's stock keeps doing this magic trick it goes up for no reason. Sense, but he lawn discovered his second prophet puppy just sell the battery sweet battery man where'd you get a second story Jack? What are we got? Josh is the world's largest liquor company and it's dropping half a billion dollars on Ryan Reynolds. Jin Jack Negroni recipe for a one part. Campari one part vermouth one part in one part total dependence on a direct consumer celebrity marketing scheme or third and final story, Uber and left have faced regulatory speed bumps before. But on August twentieth, they're getting the BOOT in California you way time for. The Black Honda civic is estimated at three and a half months computing computing computing. But before we get to all that happy teaboy Tuesday on this wonderful by Tuesday, we're talking about the shocking winner of the Krahn economy part twenty-eight. YEP IT turns out. It's crocs. Rocks is the tvos of second half of two thousand, twenty snacker we've said it before in media content is King Jack what are we saying now about fashion in fashion and apparel comfort is king during the Koran economy not seeing other humans Yip put the function over the fashion. Now, it's funny I consider crocs petroleum-based cousin to birkenstock because they're super comfortable, not playing bass and some repulsed by the aesthetics of them I like where you're going with this. Well, this is why I have to give a full disclosure this Jack and I'm wearing crocs right now Nicholas Jacks perfectly prepared. In case there's a two inches of flooding that suddenly hits his apartment, not just the perfect footwear for the krone economy. The perfect stock apparently because the stock of crocs has quadrupled since the Koran Economy Crash in March smackers get this Jack. And I discover they have ten straight quarters of over seven percent sales growth in their stores. Heart of their spectacular success is the power of the collaboration and see this one coming seems like they kind of through this up on a chalkboard last Tuesday, they launched a KFC version of crocs which actually smells like fried chicken. We did mean KFC is in Kentucky Fried Chicken it comes with a three D. replica of a drumstick over the existent laces no laces they launched it this month and it has already sold. Let's hit our three stories. Daily. Food said Candy don't reflect the views. family historical informational just. Recommending, any security snow it's not a research report or investment advice to offer or sale of securities. Digestible Business News. Video. Financial LLC member. SIPC. For our first story, Tesla's stock jumped eleven percent yesterday on word it may have found its second prophet bobby the first Prophet puppy. Of course, was electric cars. The second could be just the batteries for electric cars. Jack. Can you please recites me the mission that Tesla employees have to say probably every time they enter the factory I I'm going to stand up straight and then I'm GonNa take to accelerate the world's transition to sustainable energy one way to hurt the environment less electric cars instead of cars like literally burning fuel that's what they're getting of the. Internal combustion engine emphasis on combustion, which means burning gasoline into this castle electric vehicles became Tesla's number one business line to fulfill that mission of sustainable energy. But you also gotTa make sure that those electric vehicles are getting charged with clean juice. Yeah. You don't WanNa be a Vegan who's eaten. Corn corn is mode by cows. That's why Tesla's entire business line number two is solar panels and by Tesla acquired solar city part of Tesla's mission is also ensuring that anyone can harness clean electricity now, just John The software engineer working at some Tech Company in Menlo Park. Is Gallo out of stock options at John Now. Enter just the batteries. This is the potential third business line the Third Prophet puppy for Tesla. Now just the batteries is already a business line. They've been selling a product called power pack for a few years. Now you throw it in your garage we should point out that Jack and I made up the term just the batteries, but we think you could run with this kind of thing. Now. This brings us to yesterday's news a analyst at Wedbush securities named Dan I've just predicted that in twelve months Tesla's stock would rise to nineteen hundred dollars per share that would be fifteen percent higher than it wildly is right now and the reason for the upgrade is a single day coming on September twenty second it's called Battery Day Battery Day because like a science fair if mixed with like. Cirque du Soleil now, the game changing technology that we expect to learn about on battery battery dude focus on improving batteries for Tesla's cars like make them drive one hour longer one single chart or crazy idea here sell the batteries to other car companies. Now, this brings us to an important concept for Tessa. Their battery game is arguably better than their car gates knackers tests has got a bunch of. GIGAFACTORY that specialize electric car batteries also great wedding venue. They've also got dozens of Stanford grads obsessed with batteries whoever you hang your head start versus all the other company love telling you that they went to Stanford but once dirty car companies finally get serious about electric vehicles tests could start providing them with the core need a battery. It sounds kind of alarming help one of their competitors but they. Could make profits by helping their car competitor and they grow the entire electric vehicle pie. Jack, what's the takeaway for our BUDDIES OVER TESLA TESTS? The stock is emotional. So these latest jumps could be completely unjustified honestly snacker Jack and I are on vacation our phones get blown up because Tesla didn't take a vacation I spat out my fish food ice cream godfather part to on a notification on my phone. Made no sense. Jackson me a picture. He almost choked on a little Pretzel Tesla announced last week a stock split. They're cutting every tesla share into five equally sized. tessler shift. But here's the thing that stocks has no material impact whatsoever on Tesla's values accompany and yet the stock jumped fifteen percent after the announcement now Nigga. I. Think that's because Tesla shareholders many of them are zealous fan boys and girls of Elon Musk and many of them are snacks, which is great but they're driven by excitement for potential not necessarily earnings per share fundamentals. Of Tesla, this profit puppy we're talking about making a whole line that just sells car batteries to other car companies. That's exciting too. But the stock for Tesla is already insanely highly priced and could still fall for our second story. Diaz Gio the world's largest liquor company just made its biggest acquisition years. It's buying Ryan Reynolds Chicken Brent. Excuse me gingerbread for six hundred, ten, million dollars. There what we Rehearse Ryan Reynold Ryan Reynolds twelve different times to say that unique New York now. You may not be familiar with it sounds like a European DJ actually a publicly traded liquor company that basically sponsors the duty for your sexual every international airport you walk in they got a forty gallon tank of like Johnny, Walker now, duty by the way we've never knowingly actually paid, but we love avoiding airports. It is charming. Yes, we do. Now Aviation Jin is the company of Focus here it acts like a simple small town beverage company. Yeah. They say they're made in Portland's craft distilleries which sounds duplicative because that's all that Portland does craft. It's actually the second largest premium gin brand today go behind Gordon's which I thought was one of those plastic bottle discount. It does come in that version but also owned by. TURNS OUT AVIATION in sales doubled to forty million dollars in the last year, and that growth is thanks to Ryan. Reynolds a-list celebrity actor from deadpool also known for his peak attuned voice, his chiseled features, and for being apparently vaguely Canadian Ryan Reynolds definitely a snacker and definitely plays hockey up and candidate context here. This knacker's is that diasporas prophets we just found out fell by half last quarter because all the bars were closed you're not getting that Gordon's drinking is still happening during the Krahn economy, but it's happening at home. We're nobody is impressed. you drop seventeen dollars on like a thimble of booze. So to replace bar sales that aren't happening with. Liquor store sales for at home drinking premium liquor companies can't just rely on their expensive NECE DIGOS has created its own shelf of liquor within the entire fragmented liquor industry. We're calling Diaz type of liquor celebrity infused premium booze. This is top shelf liquor, but it's to the right of the shelf behind the velvet rope and you have to know someone to order exactly this started back in two, thousand, seven when Diario Cirak, the vodka company headed by Sean P diddy combs a decade later that kick things up a notch. They splurged nearly a billion dollars for Qasem migos to kill up brought to you by George Clooney another a-list actor with a fantastic chin. Twenty twenty is you just dropped six, hundred, ten, million dollars for Aviation Jin by Ryan. Reynolds. The theme here is Chin. So Jack what's the takeaway for buddies over at? Now come with built in brand equity. Thanks to INSTAGRAM's knackers. Part of this is like your classic trust in recognition that we've all gotten to know from celebrity endorsements we've all been at a liquor store with one mission to buy a bottle of gin but there's like a hundred different bottles that you're staring up at clueless. You've got Juniper, you want light unit pretty heavy juniper. What is juniper? They're asking you these questions are all fifty bucks. You don't know which ones are worth it which one is a rip off but you do trust? Ryan. Reynolds is perfect Chin You always trust that Chin but what the is US doing here is more than just a celebrity endorsement. Ryan brings the ISO a built in marketing strategy built on influence or trust thirty, six, million followers checkout Ryan every Dan instagram and they trust him and Jack and I've seen this play out elsewhere when it comes to the Booze Industry The fat Jew the famous instagram celebrity recently sold his white girl Rosa brand to budweiser and we've seen this play out in the cosmetics industry highly and Kim Kardashian both cuts sweet billion dollar deals with cody to sell their cosmetic brands and we're pretty sure turtles whole plotline and entourage season three was exactly what Ryan Reynolds just did. For our third and final story lift are planning to shut down in California on Thursday it's true. But Uber is betting that drivers and riders would rather have me nobre. Instead of no, you're at all a muppet show think now this brings us to a core set of letters and numbers known as Ab Dash Five Five. This is the law passed in California that targets Uber Lift but. It also plays to any company using GIG or freelance workers. Basically, this law comes down to like a two question questionnaire. Do you perform the core function of a company Jack? If so congratulations you must be treated like a fulltime employees. So Uber and lift drivers drive the cars, which is clearly the core function of a car driving business. However, they are not being treated fulltime employees so they. Are Not. In compliance with AB fibrous drivers get paid based on the number of rides they do and and that's the hours that you work as an uber driver that guarantees nothing. So you only pop in your previous to do some rides. If demand for rides is high, Uber is just playing the matchmaker here they fix up the driver supply with demand and that's it they get out of. The West. So the driver to uber relationship currently is totally different than your buddy who actually landed a real job Auburn, HQ his working in San Francisco with all the perks NBA a man does walking into work at Uber Get in the water works corporate Dev has the salary, the health insurance and unemployment if she's laid off. So now it has been one year since governor new some signed. into law and Uber has exhausted all legal tactics and finally has to comply Jack. Apparently, there is a finite amount of lawyers. You can throw it a problem despite having limitless knackers. We're not kidding here lift emailed me and it said thanks to five and politicians in California. We are stopping lift operations in California starting Thursday please vote for prop twenty two so that you can get your life back. I got very excited at first. He was like it's kind of felt like if you're the only one getting email every. Now, the one catch here is a potential solution called proposition twenty, two Jack and I like to call it the goldilocks option now to employees not to Gig ish just right there in the middle lift an uber urging California users to vote on. Yes. On proposition twenty two because this is like a middle of the road kind of situation, right November on the ballot in California you'll get like trump versus biden, but you also get yes versus no. When it comes to prop twenty two, which would guarantee some pay some healthcare, but it'll be less costly and less. Disruptive as eighty-five. So Jack, what's the take our buddies overdue burn left. This was the evil genius of Uber Founder Travis County snacker Zuber's founder believed you would end up loving Uber so much that regulators would have to let it operate. We've seen this playbook before uber but not at the scale of the State of California. Now, here's what we're seeing. The UBER ignores local laws launches anyway people love Uber Uber gets banned by mayor, and then the Mayor Cave because the public is very upset that they lost Uber and the mayor wants to stay mayor people want. Uber Mayor, wants mayor. Now, the incredible convenience that Uber left offers to lifestyles of riders and drivers gives Uber Advantage let this sink in Uber is not going to be available on Thursday in its hometown state of California they are shutting down until they managed to change the rules away that they like them with the November ballots. Jack Can you and your Chin whip up the takeaways for all of us please nick and flattered. Tesla's stock jumped on dreams that the next profit puppy could be just the batteries. Tesla's battery Gabe is arguably better than its car game. Our second story Diaz cells celebrity infused premium liquors. Thanks to Instagram Ayla. celebs bring free direct to consumer marketing a new thing or and final story Uber Lift are shutting down for the Fifty Million Californians starring on Thursday around in any direction remember Travis's Evil Genius Plan Jack Honor. Uber doesn't comply with loss laws comply with UBER excited every all hands now time for our snack back to the day this one sent by Clint in lovely Lancaster Pennsylvania because Clinton loves lovely Lancaster Pennsylvania Lancaster Pennsylvania should put this right at the top of its resume for one day Lancaster. was the capital of the United States of America that Pittsburgh on September? Twenty, seven, th, seventeen, seventy, seven, the British had captured Philadelphia during the Revolutionary War and then Jack. So the Constitutional Congress fled the city of brotherly love and went to Lancaster for one day and like stuck a flag in the ground YEP before we head out happy birthday to smackers that covert in Troy Alabama Megan Tankersley and San Diego California and Tiffany Zang also in San Diego California. Nathan. Cake you the little north in Los Angeles California and to Sandy in Santa. Rosa? Beach Florida and then Eli Selebi in Miami Beach Florida and happy engagement to Hannah and troy up in. Boca. Raton. Oh. And by the way Elizabeth delfs in Portland Oregon survived covid nineteen he was suffering through. It congrats not too Shabbes knackers for shots on the pod check out the form in the description of this year podcast. All looked and sounded gorgeous today. Thank you for snack and we'll be back tomorrow. Ask Your Buddies H. Y. H. Y. S. D. Have you had your snacks day I'll see that can't wait if you know you know. 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Thinking ink: The scoop on this colorful stuff!

Brains On!

38:44 min | 1 year ago

Thinking ink: The scoop on this colorful stuff!

"You're listening to brains on where were serious about being serious brains on is supported them part by a grant from the National Science Foundation. Hello and welcome everyone. Welcome to INC outside the box. We are a showcase. Talented poets inspired by the greatest thinkers of our time. But first everybody. Let's see what kinds of ink appreciates we have here tonight round of applause if you're a clicky pin and how about markers any markers out there don't be shy. I know you all tend to show up impacts of twelve any quill pins make it here tonight. Quilt pins perfect. We are so glad to have you all here and now on with the show we have got a great badger poems for you. Let's get started with a few limericks or should I say limericks our first lyricist caviar from Atlanta Georgia Inca smelly. It's not supposed to go in your belly. Use it to write in day or night. It's used by Kelly. We all love the Kelly's okay. Our next Limerick is by tilly from Los also California once a jar full of ink is not purple. It was pink if on the floor and started to and that was the end of the okay. Our next poet is Gracie from Adelaide Australia. I think she'll remind us of inks limitless potential floors from the pen in all different colors from dot. Gr To bribe and written or printed read as a poem a book or rhyme but the ink no-risk nurse very well that it stains the page as a curve or a line and it's taken into whoever's mind as a word such beautiful. Perot's gracing now we'll let those terrific versus dry on the page. Let's take a moment to stand up and stretch. You can all adjust your caps and check out the refreshments in the lobby. We'll take a quick break and eektor mission if you will and join you again shortly. You're listening to brains on from American public media. I'm molly bloom and I'm here today with two CO hosts to bias and Matteo from Leamington Ontario in Canada. Hi Guys Hi Molly. It's good to be here. We'll thank you for being here. We're really excited to have you here today. And we're especially excited because we are here to talk about inc the stuff that goes into feather quilt pens markers and Tattoos and also the kind that comes out of sea creatures. It's going to be incredible. I think quail have a great time. Definitely you can't spell think without ink and we've been asking our listeners to think about this a wonderful stuff so tobias you to send us an inca poem and a little skit about and it seems like you did some research to write them so I want to ask. What do you I think about when you think about INC and Tobias? Let's start with you. Well how much we like unconsciously use it. Because it's in our printers. It's in our in our pens. It's and it's everywhere and well. I often think about ink is old fashioned stuff. They did quills. But it's it's still around very much. What about imitate what do you think about when you think about? Inc? I think about pens really And do you have a favorite in fact you learned while you were writing your skit I really liked learning. That research has been done to see squid ink can treat cancer and and so far. The result are are hopeful. That's really quite squid. Ink Is Amazing. And we're GONNA talk about that in just a little bit Matteo. I wanted to ask you. Do you have a favorite writing? Utensil marker when we go to bed. I have coloring books and I and I have a box of marker so I always caller in that to calm myself down. Oh that's really cool. And what about you Tobias? What's your favorite INC? Writing Utensil. A panel just I I always drawn black and white. So I'm not into the markers like a really good black penn will set you up right. Now let's talk a little bit about the history of Inc. Yeah there's actually a company that specializes in historical INC products. Will the company is imaginary? But they're infomerrcial is good. How LOW INDIGO blots worth? And I'm joined by my good friend Mr Hall. Mister graffiti so formal. You can call me Kelly Kelly graffiti. Why are we here again? We're selling this box of pins. Featuring some of the most famous writing instruments of all time right. I still don't get it. Just follow my lead there. How we communicate our ideas observations artwork. But have you ever wondered about how it all got started us to now? You can experience pens through the ages with the new historical pens box order now and you'll get four. That's right four different historical fans. Each box comes two bottles of ink. This is lamp black. One of the earliest inks ever made. It takes soot from oil lamps. That black powdery stuff. That's left after you burn something and mixes it with glue or Gum lamp black because comes from oil lamps and it's black so straightforward in ancient China. They took the lamp to the next level by mixing it with more glue and charred animal bones. They called this. Louis Boning CNO It's called India ink because they got most of the materials from India. I liked gluing phony better though. Okay now onto the pens. Let's start with the Reed pen straight from ancient Egypt. The Egyptians used these long blades of grass called reads to dip into ink. 'em right so were cannock so innovative evade they grid drumstick right enough of that. Let's move onto the MVP most valuable then precisely. It's the fabulous feather. You didn't know you needed the quail This is a thrill I feel so fancy. Bring me tea and as please. I need sustenance when I write a love sonnet with this elegant wheel pin just like the Reed Pen you dip the quill into the ink and right the quilt dominated the Penn game from its invention in the sixth century all the way to the nineteenth century. It's what they used to write the American constitution. The forefathers must've been exhausted with all of this hypica- imagine the wrist strain by hand is already tired. I've only ridden two words. You wrote sticky. And but I thought you were writing a sonnet about. Never Mind but you are right. The problem puzzled pen lovers for centuries. How do we move beyond? Depends the answer the Fountain Pen Now? This is a classic sophisticated and Revolutionary Fountain Pens. Put ink inside the pen itself the use reservoirs. These skinny tubes filled with ink that go inside the pen. This means no more dipping. The ink flows down from the reservoir to the NIB. The sharp tip of the pen. You mean this thing. Ouch Yes the fountain pen is in `perfect. I'll say it's taking forever dry got smudges all over the place where here's where the latest and greatest in pen technology comes in the ballpoint. It's still the most popular pen today. If you look closely you can see. There's a small ball at the tip of the pen so awesome if you grab to them. They work as chopsticks see. Did you get that zoo? She wrote my pocket. You mean. Pocket seasoning Englishes right anyway. A journalist invented the ballpoint pen in the nineteen thirties. He was experimenting with Quick Drying News. Paper ink the ink was too thick for his fountain pen but he discovered that when he put a ball after tip. It stopped the pen from drying up and help distribute the more evenly so magnificent. I could look at this adorable little ballpoint all day. That's right call now and we'll throw in a set of magic markers. Who are these? The scented kind grape is my favorite markers the new kids on the block. They weren't invented until the nineteen forties and nineteen fifties. They have to reservoirs of ink and tips. Originally made of wool felt it soaks up the ink and allows for all different kinds of marking perfect for coloring and making posters. Why do you think Kelli Kelli Kellie? Kelly tally. Now I smell like a grape Kelly. Your entire next purple thought. These scented markers could also double as perfume. Now I'm innovator we do not recommend the use of markers on your skin. Come now and start your own incredible journey pans there Ben Riverbank. He said we weren't gonNA use that tagline and open the door to a brand new world pans full of ink not one stink fans perfect pens promote pretty positive. Ponderings right on. That's right within the W. brands on and now something I bet you'll have an inkling about its thuggish here. It is safe all right. What is your guests? Let's start with a you matteo. What is your guests Well it sounded sort of like a plastic bucket. Mom May maybe filled with rocks. And your end it's somehow sticking to the Pale and you're scraping it out very good. Guess what about Your Tobias? What do you think it might be I thought it was like maybe someone digging in a bag of lentils or yeah or maybe like rice or corn like dry corn. Maybe I don't know well very good. Guess we're GONNA give you another chance to hear it and take another guess a little bit later in the show. Now there's also kind of naturally occurring INC and naturally many of our listeners are curious about it. Hello my name is Maureen. I am years old. I am Guardia. And I intend usual from Caracas Venezuela. Our question is how octopus making my name is Smith and were on crystal is listening is in. My name is Tania and I am from Thailand. My question is how does an Octopus Produce Inc? We talked with expert. Sarah mcinulty to find the answers. She told US squid and other CEPHALOPODS make ink in their tax. It's not the same inc. That's in our markers and pens it is made of pigment though. And it's very very useful to these squids. It's made out of pigment and sometimes mucus sometimes not so it depends on basically what the squid wants to do. Think there are a couple of things you can do with ink depending on the situation that you're in so let's say you just want to create a big smoke cloud and escape in the smoke cloud then you pretty much just pigment. The one other cool thing about ink is that when one squid or cuttlefish inks the other squid or area. An Office for that matter can taste like I'm nervous chemicals in the water and they're like oh something's up like one of my friends. Maybe I should be on alert. Sometimes there are some Apple Pie. Something a little different and so we call those pseudo morphs which is like a fake blob. A blob of ink that is about the same size and shape. Roughly as the squid. So they do they mixed mucous in the pigment and then they leave that Wa bank where they were so they like scored out this little blob while they're swimming backwards really quickly and so they leave like a little black blob where they used to be. In the hopes that the Predator then attacks the ink blob instead of them. And so that's a that's pretty successful and really cool. And then the third thing that some do and this is just like only one that I know of does this this is the pygmy squid they live and around Australia and Indo Pacific and they're like teeny teeny tiny. They're like the size of maybe your pointer finger fingernail lengths. The like even skinnier like like the the web of like maybe a pencil lead and the length of your Pointer fingernail. They're so little smaller. Cephalopod they are really sneaky. They eat really tiny shrimp and so when they're are trying to sneak up on the shrimp then I'll shoot out a little blob of ANC. One of the ones that are kind of held together with the Mucus and hide behind that ink like a hunting blind. And then when they see the Charamba sorta like doing his thing really paying attention. They'll swim through the ANC and pounce on the trip. You can also just use ink to like. Put something distasteful your mouth so that they don't really wanNA pursue you anymore. Basically the the range of things you can do. Sarah is also the executive director of skype scientist. She and a lot of other very smart. Scientists have volunteered escaped with families in classrooms to answer their questions on a huge range of topics are curious about squids octopuses. You could skype with a scientist Sarah. It gene to know more about black holes. There's a scientists there who can answer your questions. Do you have questions about brains? Or ARCHAEOLOGY OR INSECTS. If there's a topic you're interested in. They probably have a scientist with answers to your questions. It's totally free and you can check it out at skype. A SCIENTIST DOT COM. Welcome back to inch outside the box. The only show. That highlights pie liners. I hope everyone got the refills. They needed concessions. I'm looking at you printer cartridges. I know you have very specific tastes now right all right. Let's give tenure with the poetry and now let's hear from Maura. She brought this poem all the way from Virginia. Inking things there are different types of ink. Incan markers to that would make me ache. And now we have a special brother and sister performance Oscar. Mathilde will perform their inc poem with me. My baritone Ukulele and my sister's singing credit to be. Oh how clever the ride is set to. Beethoven's Ode to Joy Taken Away Oscar and Matilda eight Keanu. We adore the out a lightning So thank you also true. Are OCTOPUS FRIENDS DO SQUIRT ink brilliant? I hope you've enjoyed all these poems. Inc appreciate there's a standing ovation and encore. You saying you've got it. We'll be back in just a few with another round of post. In the meantime please take advantage of the all you can eat fills at the snack bar. It is so cool to hear all the Great Inca poems you wrote us and now we want to hear from you know colors. If you invented a superhero based on color. What color would you choose? What name would your Superhero have? What is their superpower Matan Tobias? You have any ideas about your color superhero ferocious fluid. The Blue Stu. He can take the form of literally anything like a fluid and the only thing he fears is fear itself and particle accelerators. He likes his liquid form awesome. I love that Matteo. You have a superhero came up with. Yeah I chose the color gold and My superheroes called Bolden Star. She can run across. The stars has long flowing golden hair which which is why he's called Golden's Dr. She spreads joy to the joy list. Piece were there is war love to the one to feel only hatred and hope to those who have lost all hope. Wow that is beautiful. Wow really nice work both of you. Well listeners tell us about your color superhero ideas at brains on dot org slash contact. Maybe you know exactly what you're superhero. Looks like seventy is drying or if you'd rather send in a quick description record yourself and send it to us. That's how we got this listener question. Hi My name is Angelo for log Maryland. My question is what happens just snails when you put salt on NY. The answer to that question is coming at the end of the show in the moment of and we'll read the latest group of listeners to be added to the brains honor. Roll keep listening. You're listening to brains on from American public media. I'm molly arm device and I'm Mataya time to tackle some more ink inquiries. Here's one about a special kind of ink. The kind that goes under your skin. We're talking about KACOOS. Hi My name is Jonathan. I am from Sydney Australia. I was curious. How do tattoos get attached to you? I can help with that. Hey reporter. Paulina Velasco Welcome. Hey Molly Hey Tobias you. I've actually had tattoos on my brain lately. I mean I didn't get tattoos on my brain. That would be weird because no one would see them. But I've been looking into the history of tattoos cool. What did you learn well? Let's start with the basics. You know how you get attacked you. Just kidding it's not that scary but it is a little painful. What happens is a two needle? Punctures your skin. It makes a tiny wound. Oh I know and at the same time as it pierces your skin. It inserts a drop of tattooing ink right under the outermost layer of your skin your epidermis and this is how it stays in their tobias. Mataya have you ever scraped your knee. Is there a kid out there who hasn't scraped their knee really good question so you know how sometimes you get a little bits of dirt and stones? I get stuck in your scrape. Well Yeah often when you scrape your knee. You scrape it. And there's often gravel unlike the pavement. Or whatever will it's the same with tattooing usually when you get hurt. Your body sends a kind of cells called macrophage to your injury okay macrophages we got a knee scrape here you know. What do you get up the little bit? Clean up the wound. Yada Yada Yada the macrophages swallow up the bits of dirt and damaged cells in your wound to help your body heal. Destroy THAT DIRT BUT TILDA COUPLE. That grit backup that busted cells. Everyone you're doing a plus work all right will have this need good as new NOT-I'm but the tattooing is made of particles that are too big for your macrophages to breakdown boss. Minor problem here. Eat this joining vertical. And now I can't quite seem to digest not sure what to do with it any thoughts. We'll try to figure out something. But in the meantime why don't you just stay? Put we go keep thin foot with this article for the foreseeable future of to full the move anyway. Each your body closes up the wound but the ink stays right under the surface of your skin leaving the tattoo design. So what kind of INK DO TATTOOS? Is it like panic. You're a lot of pens us. Things called pigments to give the ink color. Tattoos also used pigment but tattoos have been around for so long that there have been all kinds of recipes. The pigment that's used as usually in powder form and it's made into liquid by using a carrier like water alcohol so some of the earliest tattooing was made from charcoal ash that dark suit piles up after a campfire one of the oldest INC recipes. We have was recorded by a doctor in ancient Rome recipe for Tattoo Eighties of Rome. Combine powdered pine bark from the finest pine preferably Egyptian Knicks. Ticket corroded bronze the rusty the better with vinegar combine with vitriol and soak in one part leek juice two parts water and don't forget a pinch of gaul preferably made by insect eggs. Of course you insect aches here but different cultures use different recipes. See the fascinating thing about tattoos. Is They appear in cultures around the world and they mean different things to different groups. You've got the oceans in Maui and other Polynesians from the South Pacific who have really cool. Geometric patterns like swirls that look like ocean waves. There are mummies that show us how people tattooed themselves in each in Egypt on their bellies and thighs with a picture of God protects you in childbirth in the NAS car culture of South America. They tattooed their hands and fingers in the city and civilization that lived in Eurasia the more tattoos. You had the more important were. They had elaborate tattoos of panthers and sheep and mythical creatures. The Japanese also have elaborate designs of dragons in you it women up in the Arctic Tattoo elegant stripes on their cheekbones and Berber. Women and Algieria have find ops on their faces. Well I see what you mean. Tattoos are global thing. So who started at all well? The word Tattoo comes from Tahiti when the Europeans first landed on the to islands in the Pacific Ocean in the seventeen hundreds. They heard the Tahitians who were covered in ink. Use a similar word and they brought the word and the practice back home with them but the first known tattoo. That's much older than the word itself. In fact one of the oldest mummies ever found has tattoos. He's over five thousand years old. We don't know where he was called so scientist named him. Let's see the ICEMAN High Oetzi. Hello Oh wow. Where'd you come from a good question? I am told that I was found in a glacier frozen solid in a range of mountains that I think are what are they called? We call them the Swiss Alps or the Alps after me. Well more like your name came from them but short well. I obviously don't remember much seeing that I was frozen in a glacier five thousand years row and you have to. That's a funny word Tattoo. What are you referring to the parallel blue lines? You've got on your skin. Let's see Oh. They're called tattoos now man. I've missed so much. Are Yak. Piltz still cool anyway. Yeah I've got them on my lower back my left knee my left calf and my right foot and ankle their little short lines of ink. Scientists think they were. Sarah -PEUTIC can possibly made to help with pain. Kinda like acupuncture he was a herder probably had achey joints which good they did me. I ended up stuck in a frozen mountainside. Anyway a rough. Sorry about that at sea. We'll let you go back to resting so tattoos have been around a really long time but recently have we gotten any good at removing them. You can remove tattoos. I thought the whole idea was that they were permanent. So remember how tattoos work in the first place. The pigment particles in the tattoo ink are so big. You'd be can't break them down so they stay in your skin. Yes exactly so. Nowadays you can use a laser to zap the pigment and break those particles down and that makes it so that your macrophages can swallow them up it by this this. I can gobble inexpensive and can also be kind of painful. But Hey eventually the tattoo ink disappears. Wow thanks for all this Info Paulina. I see why you've been so interested in tattoos. Yeah there's a lot to learn. Fisher was my job here is done until next time later. Paulina brand on all right. Let's get back to the mystery. Sound you guys ready to hear it again. Yup and before you hear it again. I'll give you a hint. This involves something that grows on a tree. All Right Tobias. What is your guess number now after that hint? I'm not so sure threw you off. Yeah like a bag of lentils or corn or something like that. Yeah what else do you think? Maybe it's like raking leaves or something I don't know that's a good guess Mataya. Do you have any thoughts new thoughts raking leaves or maybe cutting a tree. Cutting on history saw cutting a tree with us are raking leaves. Those are both really good guesses here at the answer is our pal route Guthrie. That was the sound of juicing. Eleven to seeing a lemon. Oh I've done that. I've done that before but clearly I haven't done it often enough. You probably weren't like really paying close attention to it. Sounded like you probably just more focused on all the juice out but you know sometimes you like you can take cuddle eminent half and then you put it on one of those juicers. We kind of rub it back and forth. And that's what's making that sound. I brought the sound. When life gives you lemons you make invisible ink invisible. That's a type of ink that drives clear so you can't see what's written until you heat. It and the words are revealed. Perfect for writing super-secret messages. Exactly it's something you can try at home and if you WanNa make some invisible inc follow these steps you take half eleven and squeeze all the juice in a bowl now drops of water and mix it up today. Inc done now take a white piece of paper and finds something to dip into the ink. It could be a cotton swab a toothpick paintbrush even feather. Then you just dip and right and dip right. The ink will dry clear. But if you hold your message up close to a lamp the message will reveal itself. Whoa the ink is turning Brown. It is just like magic more. Magic Science. Lemon juice is acidic and when it heats up it oxidises and turns brown kind of like when you leave apple slices out sneaky science strikes again. My Fellow Inc appreciator. Your love for verses is unbound just like the best notebooks are encore round of poems. Here this is Eliana from Indiana. She is kindly agreed to perform this rhyme. She wrote O- ink how it is. It is bright in light. It just is so good kid such crisp riots. Now as we bring this wonderful evening of poetry to a close we have nora and deletes from Ashland Wisconsin. I think they did a great job of summing up the feeling we all share about the inky things in the world. Let's see if you agree. Renting is red. Blue Wing is below incas inca view touching and so true and audience. Don't worry if this didn't quite quench your thirst for INC poetry. I am happy to share that we have even more INC outside the box. We'll be featuring some of our contributors and rhymes at the brains on instagram account just search for brains underscore on people have been using ink for centuries and they used all kinds of pens from early ones made of reeds and feathers to more modern pens like the fountain pen and ballpoint pen squids and other cephalopods make ink in their ink sacs. And it's mostly used defense. Fatou is too big for your body to break down so it stays in your skin but these days you can break down with lasers that help remove tattoos. That's it for this episode of brains on it was produced by Mark Sanchez. Main Akot will Sandon Taunton and molly bloom. We had production help from Poly Velasco. Ruby Guthrie and Christina Lopez and engineering help from John Millar special. Thanks to Charlene in Kendall. 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Try and get rid of the salt or get away from the if you put a little bit of salt on us now and this could probably counteracted and maybe crawl away before anything bad but if you put enough salt on the snail it will exude mucus kind of dry up the snake sorts of pretty cruel death when snails make mucus for crying for defense or anything like that mucus actually mostly made a water just to crawl around snails up to us. Incredible amount of water in fact somebody is described snails as of these very improbable animals. There like leaking bag of water trying to survive on dry land. It's time for the brains honor roll. This is how we thank the incredible listeners. Who keep this show going by sharing their questions. Ideas mystery sounds drawings and high. Fives with US Nolan from Dublin. California Lennon from Virginia James From Plymouth Minnesota Theodore from Bermuda Dunes California Abigail from the harbor. 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The Supreme Court, Abortion And The Anti-Abortion Movement's Long Game

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The Supreme Court, Abortion And The Anti-Abortion Movement's Long Game

"Months later this year the supreme court will hear a case called dobbs versus jackson women's health organization it's about the constitutionality of mississippi law that would ban abortions after fifteen weeks. The fact that the court has even agreed to hear the case has given many in the antiabortion movement hope that their long-cherished goal of overturning roe versus wade is finally within their grasp. Here's joe -pointment executive director of the texas alliance for life. I think what really gives us enthusiasm is that we've had three new sece's whom we believe are willing to take a fresh look at rovers. Swayed we really think romance miss on our side. There's no question and abortion rights. Advocates are alarmed elizabeth. Nash with the guttmacher institute. This is very concerning that we have a case now squarely before the supreme court that goes to the center of abortion fights and because of the slant of the court abortion rights are in serious jeopardy. I'm kimberly atkins information. Check redy and this is on point this hour a new more conservative supreme court dives into the abortion debate joining me from santa rosa beach. Florida is mary ziegler. She's a professor of law in history at florida state university and author of abortion in america a legal history row versus wade to the present. Merry welcome to on point. Thanks for having me and also with me. This hour from washington is joan biskupic. Cnn legal analyst and supreme court biographer. She's written four biographies about supreme court. Justice the latest is the chief the life and turbulent times of chief justice. John roberts joan. Nice to talk to you. Hello kimberley great to be with you so joan. let's start with you. Tell us about the dobbs case and how it made its way to the supreme court. Yes and two wonderful voices. they're from each side. That suggest what i do believe is the new reality we are in new antiabortion era and It the fact that they even took this mississippi case irrespective of what they do with. It is already very important For nearly thirty years since one thousand ninety-two the justices had rejected appeals. Such as the one from mississippi that would have meant such a deep reconsideration precedent and As you sketched for your listeners. When you open. Kimberly this is a law that would ban most abortions after fifteen weeks. And what's important about this to for people to realize. Is that this law challenges. The premise of roe v wade from nineteen seventy three and a subsequent landmark from nineteen ninety-two planned parenthood versus casey at which the court essentially drew a line at twenty three ish weeks at viability. That is when the fetus can live outside of the womb and a court in one thousand nine hundred to put that at essentially twenty three twenty four weeks for viability at fifteen weeks. Obviously the fetus wouldn't be able to live outside the womb but the mississippi has allowed that Wanted that that kind of a ban and quartz. The lower appeals court ruled against it saying that this is this directly conflicts with what the nineteen ninety two and nineteen seventy-three precedent stand for. There was a lot of doubt about whether this new reconstituted more conservative roberts court would even want to take up the case but once it said it wanted it That was big news just because prior bands such as this had been struck down by lower court and the justices had declined to intervene and mary. What does this say to you this this movement now that they're looking at the idea that a pre viability law they're reexamining it Given even though we have this. Nineteen seventy-three precedent in roe versus wade and the casey case from nineteen ninety-two that set the undue burden standard. Does this signal to you. Mary that the court is looking to make a change. -solutely i think as john was saying there's really no way for the court to uphold this law unless it either overrules oliver v wade or end parenthood versus casey or part of it right because either the court has to say by ability is not essential anymore and that part of row has to go or the court has to say viability shows the kind of canary in the coal mine. That row as a whole doesn't make sense so there's really no way. I think that abortion rights as we know them would come out of this opinion unscathed. And i think the the antiabortion movement understands that which is why the laws you see coming out of the states are much more extreme than a fifteen week banned right. I mean we're seeing six six-week bands. I'm sure sooner or later will see laws banning abortion at fertilization because that's really what the movements ultimate objective is. It's not even really the overruling of roe with those much further than that and one of those laws that are path was is in arkansas. Arkansas governor hutchinson signed one of the country's most restrictive abortion law bans in march abortion. Would be allowed only to save the life of a mother in a medical. The law does not allow exceptions in cases involving rap or incest in an interview with cnn. In march he was asked whether he signed the bill. As part of the broad national effort to overturn roe versus wade. Yes that was. The whole design of the law. And i did prefer a rape and incest exception. I didn't get a vote on that And so i signed it because it is a direct challenge to roe versus wade. That was the intent of it. It is not constitutional under supreme court cases. Right now i think is a very narrow chance that the spring court will accept that case. But we'll see so joan help us understand. The supreme court has had a conservative tilt for some time. But now it's six three it's it's solidly conservative. Is this why we are seeing now. As opposed to laws that did things like restrict put additional requirements on people who perform abortions for example things that chipped away at the edges of row. Now we're seeing. What looks more like to me if a full frontal assault on it. That's right two points on that first of all the difference in the kinds of challenges we're seeing and then the differences in the court makeup. Yes we have. Had you know abortion cases as a regular staple of the supreme court docket but they had to do with a admitting privileges credentials for physicians or facility standards for clinics that perform abortion things that were related to how access and the you just how easy it would be to run clinic that would perform abortions those kinds of those kinds of issues before the justices and in fact by five four vote. The justices were striking those down. This is different because it's so fundamental in terms of the core right That the supreme court established back in nineteen seventy-three so we'll get that on the table. I but then in terms of a five four versus six three court you know. Some of our listeners would be thinking just one vote. No it's it's it's such a different dynamic. And we've seen this many other of the law but in abortion. I think it will be crucial when it was five. Four the the liberal side or the side that wanted to preserve precedent needed to just kind of coq. One more vote over. It's harder to coax over two votes and that one vote. That usually moved over whether it was sandra day. O'connor anthony kennedy John roberts most recently last session those people who were you know conservatives but who then tip centrist of the chief is the least likely centrist of the three. I've just mentioned but he did. Indeed swing over to strike down a strict louisiana a standard on physicians last year based on a prior ruling out of texas. So it's It's it's really a whole new court. Even though it on paper looks like just one vote different and the other thing about these new. The new justices Just as emi coney barrett did not reveal her abortion position. Doreen the confirmation hearing. She said she didn't want to pre commit. But lindsey graham spoke for her when he said you're this is the first time we've had A a nominee. Who's not ashamed to say that. She's her faith and all she believes in would make her Antiabortion now she did not comment on that at the hearing but we know that that was part of the reason that donald trump chaucer's that he believes that she would help him. Fulfill the campaign promessi had to reverse roe v wade and his two other appointees neal gorsuch and brad kavanagh are are not to that you would think that The justices who want to preserve precedent could pick off. That's the difference here in terms of the conservatives and one last thing. I'll mention kimberly. Is that the drumbeat from the justices on the far right-wing has been you know. this is. This is a highly politicized contentious of the law. We need to straighten it up out. Neal gorsuch last year wrote. We have lost our way Justice thomas has been putting a lot of pressure on his colleagues to take up a case that would look at the fundamentals of row and reconsider those and frankly get rid of it. Mary in about the minute that we have before we break. I is this a concerted effort among states. I mean i'm sure these states republican led states can read the tea leaves from everything that joan was explaining. But is there a concerted effort to push more of these laws in order to force this issue at the supreme court. Yeah absolutely. there's there's been a concerted nationwide effort since the nineteen seventies. That's based in washington. Dc largely their organizations that. Send out playbook to state legislatures You'll often see so. It's not a coincidence. States are not copying one another when they're passing for example a heartbeat bill. There's quite literally a roadmap. That's had a lot of thought put into it the only real outlier ironically as mississippi's fifteen week ban which seems to have been sort of a homegrown initiative but i think this is very much not a local affair. This is something that i think has had its origins really in the years immediately after row. this is a social movement and were seeing him. Its ambitions play out on the national stage all right. We're going to have joan and mary hold just for a moment. We are talking about the supreme court's decision to hear mississippi case that may spell the end to roe versus wade. I'm kimberly atkins and this is on point This is on point. I'm kimberly atkins. We're looking at abortion rights in this country and a more conservative supreme court that will be hearing a case that could overturn the court's landmark abortion ruling row versus wade. My guests are cnn. legal analyst. joan. Biskupic and mary ziegler professor of law and history at florida state university. Twenty twenty one has been a record setting year for abortion restrictions in the us abortion opponents. Know many of those restrictions will be challenged in the courts and given the current conservative tilt of the supreme court that is their goal. Joe pointon is executive director of the texas alliance for life. A number of states are trying to ban abortions in a manner that would challenge roe versus wade out. There are some sixty cases in the pipeline at the supreme court could use to take up and reconsider roe versus wade and planned parenthood v. Casey i think what really gives us enthusiasm is that we've had three Whom we believe are willing to take a fresh look at rovers swayed unencumbered by the previous precedent organizations like points hope to flood state courts with so many cases that organizations that support abortion and women's health clinics can't afford to keep up. It's part of a nationwide effort by antiabortion groups with a single shared goal. It's pretty obvious. What the ical is and how to get their state by state. We've all got the same idea. We have gotten model legislation from susan. B. anthony list one of the things we're trying to do is to replace the fda regulations for chemical abortions that have now been blocked by the biden harris administration through the fda made mail order abortions. Now possible that is part of a national effort coordinated by the susan. B anthony list and americans united for life and some other groups of the over five hundred bills being debated across the country. This year alone one. That stands out. Is he so-called. Beat bill in points home state of texas governor. Abbott signed it into law last week. L. now in the lone star state senate bill eight the texas heartbeat bill takes a very new approach to banning abortion. Who enforces that law. While the according to this law the state of texas or the attorney general does not enforce that ban it would be private citizens who could go in a private right of action. A private action and sue in a civil court sued the abortion. Doctor or someone who helps any abortion. That could be nurses. That could be someone who is paying for abortions. All those could be the subject of a lawsuit. Pointman has been fighting for this cause for three decades and now he thinks victory may finally be insight. We are hopeful we. We have been hopeful in the past and our hopes have been dashed. But we really think romance ms on our side. There's no question that was joe. Pointon executive director of the texas alliance for life so mary. I wanna talk a little bit about this. Texas law particularly this provision that basically gives e civil right of action to to citizens of the state to bring these cases. How do you see these types of laws in this landscape Of it without saying state legislatures. I think ironically in a way texas law was almost more risk averse. I think there was some concern in texas in some other states. That heartbeat bills had not ever really been upheld as joan mentioned by the lower federal courts. And that could mean if the supreme court declined to take up the case. That states like texas would be facing pretty hefty legal bills so texas thought. Well we'll outsource the enforcement of this law to the citizens of texas who don't like abortion and therefore may be have the effect of a heartbeat bill and probably just as importantly the political credit for passing heartbeat bill without the risk. The irony though. Is that as a hutchinson from arkansas. Mentioned states want to be able to say they were the ones that brought down roe v. Wade and texas is unlikely to be able to do that with this law. So it's it's more kind of in the tradition of laws that try to make abortion impossible to access forcing the supreme court to say anything directly so it may be that we've come past a point or texas even needed to worry about this and where we may instead be looking at the court's willingness to reconsider altogether And i think perhaps even do what someone like joe. -pointment would undoubtedly want which would ultimately be to say something along the lines of the fourteenth amendment recognizes the person hood of the fetus or unborn child and that that would mean of course that abortion would be unconstitutional everywhere in massachusetts as much as in alabama so worth noting that to that texas laws. Really kind of a stop on the road for abortion opponents. It's not the ultimate objective and joan. I want you to chime in here on this idea because it seemed that the idea with even with these full challenges to roe versus wade that what would result if that a precedent is overturned would be an uneven application of abortion laws. In american some states it would be legal bluer states in redder states. It would be illegal but talk a little more about this effort to to push it so far as to ban it everywhere is that something you see is possible. Well i do think it's. It's part of the continuum of what abortion opponents would would prefer justice bader ginsburg who passed away last september and obviously whose vote was crucial to upholding abortion rights and whose successor makoni barrett has led to the the situation that we have now That both sides are anxious in their different ways about She's just say that If abortion were no longer legal nationwide of means women who had good support groups and support systems. I should say they would be able to get abortion. They would be able to travel to places if they lived in state that outlawed it they would. They would still be able to do what they needed in terms of their medical care but poor women. That's that's would. This would fall disproportionately on and i think there's something to that but i also think What what. Mary was addressing them. What you picked up on his. What's the next step. After that we could end up with a patchwork but then maybe The movement would be so emboldened that would go further. And i know kimberly. Is this a good time to bring up. The ohio law abortions. Because okay. I just want to tell people about that because it's it's a variation on What was talking about. You know different states trying different things. Ohio his law that prohibits abortions because of fetal down syndrome and it goes to the reason a woman might choose to have an abortion and In a very Contentious decision in april by a us. Appellate court the sixth circuit which is based in cincinnati. The justice the judges ruled nine seven two to uphold that law in a decision that that implicitly duh challenges row they're also and the district court judge who had struck down that law said that any kind of prohibition before viability would be unconstitutional under roe but in reversing that the appellate court majority said the right to abortion before a fetus is. Viable is not absolute. This is this is a court getting out ahead of this. The supreme court here and in that ruling just to show you how contentious area of the lies the court produce five separate opinions for the judges in the majority who splintered all over on their rationale and six separate dissenting opinions. This is a very difficult area. The law in terms of jurisprudence. Not to you know. And of course with the social implications religious implications cultural implications so states are trying all different things so even if even if if the supreme court then says it's up to you state and that's exactly what president donald trump said. He wanted. Have the court reverse roe and have the states. Do it one by one it states. That might not outright ban. It as texas has done essentially with this this six week measure for the fetal. Heartbeat could do other things that might go to You know once could what she considers when she thinks about an abortion or Or or other factors that right now. the supreme court would would would disallow as it stands now so mary. We've been talking a lot about what abortion opponents the playbook that abortion opponents have been using that as a brought us to this moment. Is there a playbook for supporters of abortion access that they can follow or they have been following to try to oppose these efforts. I think kimberly abortion rights advocates in part recognize that this likely will be state by state affair so the fact that worship opponents probably want nationwide abortion ban doesn't mean that they'll get one even with the supreme court this conservative so we're likely to see policies decided state by state and we're likely to see progressive states not only act to preserve abortion rights and access in their own bow worders but also to potentially make it easier for people from out of state travel there another potential game. Changer is the availability of abortion medication. of course when a worship was a crime in much of the united states in the sixties and seventies people had to resort to the famous back alley abortions with you know knitting needles or coathangers or traveling to illegal providers abortion medication in theory makes telehealth abortion possible even for people living jurisdictions where abortion is illegal. So i think you'll see a worship rights supporters strategize about how to expand access to abortion medication probably legally but also illegally ultimately. I think they'll be a black market or some activists referred to it as an underground railroad for abortion medication So i think you'll see all of those things. And of course if the court actually clearly and directly overturn roe that might give kind of some political momentum to efforts that have been more of an so far on the left like the push to potentially expand or otherwise reform the supreme court or potentially to pass federal legislation protecting abortion rights. I think the biden administration probably doesn't think that those initiatives are worth the political capital right. Now probably both because they wouldn't pass and because they might be divisive if roe is gone. And that's as unpopular as polling suggests. It might be the political calculation. Might be quite different. So political solution that would be unimaginable. Now might be realizable in a post road united states. And i'm gonna come back to the proposals about supreme court reform just a little later in the show but nancy. North up is president and ceo of the center for reproductive rights. The organization that will be defending jackson's women's health organization The last remaining abortion clinic in mississippi in the case that is Before the supreme court this fall here she was on. Msnbc on saturday. It's really quite unacceptable. That in twenty twenty one there are states that are hell bent on denying women access to reproductive health care and quite alarming that this week supreme court took a case that could make that a reality. The supreme court should have swatted this away and not taken it but if president means anything then this case we will still prevail. So joan The a salient part of that phrase being if precedent means anything the doctrine of starry decisive. Which is if there is. A supreme court precedent. The justices should Unless they have a really good reason follow it. But what have we seen so far from this court in its current makeup on that issue of starry decisive. That could Give us some tea leaves as to how things might go in. This case kimberly. They talk about precedent nonstop. They talk about adherence to precedent nonstop. And then they divide along predictable lines when they don't like a certain ruling from the past two straight it down and it is it is truly the topic of the day up there and with both sides trying to lay down markers for adhering to precedents certainly the liberal justices Kagan has been in in every case if she can talk about the principles of as you say what's known as stereotypes isis That that decision should be left undisturbed unless it's a not workable all sorts of criteria. The justices have developed over the years for when they would reverse things That is a major topic of consideration. But let me just say that In the last couple years they have reversed several precedents including some from the one thousand nine hundred seventy s around the time of row. You know in the in the labor area in property rights and regulation area and This is this is something that The justices can they can bend their ideas. A precedent For certain cases so even though we have had since one thousand nine hundred ninety three and nineteen ninety two when it was reaffirmed of a very firm rule about viability and about A woman's right to end an unwanted pregnancy. you know until early twenties weeks That that could be set aside. And i would not discount any majority's ability to rationalize why the justices weren't actually really disturbing precedent for example in this case from mississippi. Fifteen weeks they could say okay. viability is is not quite the line. We wanna draw. Fifteen weeks does not put an undue burden on a woman At that point. So we'll let that Mississippi law stand but we will not Say what the rule would be going. Forward can go down to ten. Weeks can go down to six weeks. So i almost have a sense that the next ruling we get from the supreme court will not be an all or nothing ruling although it will open the door to all or nothing it could be more dramatic just Against a fifteen week ban. If i could i want to pick up on something Married set about polling in the political landscape. Kimberly just just briefly to say for so long are conventional wisdom. Was that this. This court was so many republican appointees would not want to hand the republican party. Such a difficult issue Such as abortion because it could drive women out of the party. If suddenly the republican appointed supreme court was saying you no longer have a right to abortion but the way the country has become so polarized. I don't know if it's now become a a nonstarter in terms of the legal. Political next is here. I just i just don't know i don't know if they would shy away from it all right. Well we are talking with joan. Bisky big in mary's ziegler taking a look at the supreme court now with its six to three conservative majority and the impact that they may have on abortion laws around the country. I'm kimberly atkins. This is on point This is on point. I'm kimberly atkins tomorrow. We're talking about the return to in person learning and the uncertainties around it parents. How do you feel about sending your kids back to in person learning this fall. What are your hesitations. Has there been advantages to remote learning. Maybe some of your students have done even better with remote learning. Tell us your story at six one. Seven three five three zero six eight three. That's six one seven three five three zero six eight three today. We're looking at the supreme court's decision to take on a major abortion case and at the state by state battle to preserve or end the right to abortion my guest joan biskupic. Cnn legal analysts and mary ziegler professor of law in history at florida state university. So mary you have said that. Regardless of how the dobbs case turns out or the subsequent cases that the supreme court may take up after that that the battle over abortion will always be with us. What do you mean by that. I think there's been a kind of ten eighty really dating back to row to think that the supreme court can somehow resolve this debate and really even to think that the supreme court started this debate. A repeater ginsburg of course at one time argue. That had the supreme court written more convincing opinion in roe. The abortion debate might not have raged so intensely. But i think as a historian. I'm struck by the fact that lots of things in the abortion debate intense everything from a religious beliefs to our political party alignment and so the worship debate was pretty divisive before roe and i think if roe were gone. There's no reason to think that will change. Abortion opponents will be back asking the court to recognize fetal person hood abortion rights supporters will look to change the court either quickly through something like court reform or plan over the course of decades as the anti-abortion movement has to gradually reshape the court and set the stage for some kind of restoration of abortion rights. So i think as important as the supreme court is it would be him. The stake to believe as harry blackmun once did in the seventies that the court can somehow put an end to this story. I think it's much more likely that dogs. Or any case will be a chapter in something much longer and i think unfortunately messier than anything. The supreme court could simply resolve and mary you brought up the fetal person hood Maybe bills calling for that. Will we see legislation from those who are seeking to Protect access to abortion at state or federal levels of the row act for example that would essentially legislatively codify. Row versus wade. Well i think we might one of the reasons why there's been so much concern among progressives about court reform is that of course underneath federal abortion or any federal protection for abortion rights or really any reproductive rights would be challenged and that challenge would ultimately find its way to the same conservative supreme court that we're presuming might eventually reverse roe v wade a so. I think there's a concern that without court reform many of the other steps that could be taken in a postal. United states might ultimately falter because of the supreme court which is why the complexion of the court looked so important to people on both sides of this issue. So joan mentioned earlier. How justice amy coney barrett was circumspect about her views on abortion during her confirmation hearing but here is a south carolina republican. Lindsey graham what he said last october when he was chairman of the senate judiciary committee during the confirmation hearings for justice barrett. This is history being made folks. This is the first time in american history that we've nominated a woman who's unashamedly pro-life and Embraces her faith without apology. And she's going to the court. This has been a long time coming and we have arrived so so joan. Let's talk about the politics of the supreme court in this moment do we know. Do we have an idea of how justice bear. It will impact the court now that she is there for this latest challenge. Kimberly when i heard senator graham say that. I was so surprised in the moment because for the past three decades as i've covered all sorts. Confirmation hearings Nominees have gone to great lengths not to say where they stand and senators who supported them. Didn't want them to say where they stood. Just with the risk of losing votes but this is the era. We are in now where it's people are calling it as it is and she did not want to embrace that description that Senator graham provided She said she didn't want a pre commit but we do know that she We know that she is a very serious conservative and I we have had such a range of roman catholics on this court. She is one of five roman. Six roman catholics on this court. But we have had roman catholics in the past. Who voted against voted for abortion rights. Excuse me such as william brennan a catholic who voted for abortion rights on your soda a catholic votes for abortion rights so Just as kennedy. Anthony kennedy was but the catholics who have been appointed in sort of this new wave have been much more conservative. They've almost been aligned with them. You know y evangelical who This a very important issue for a religious conservatives. I do not want to minimize the fact that many people even vote on the single issue of abortion rights and this is why the issue has become comes now with such important. Is this reshaped court with people who were picked to to play into that So we do. We do understand the politics of the situation. And i i would think that at this point and it's just me watching Justice barrett be careful so far Her her questions at oral arguments go to both sides. They're very serious. They're very informed She does not seem to be anyone who wants to lunge. Anyway despite you know her her conservative. Moorings so i would think that She would probably vote to uphold the mississippi law. But i don't know whether she would immediately go to row versus wade. Although it's that's fine line in there and one other thing. I wanted to mention to pick up on mary's point about The the politics You know in in the seventies after roe v wade was actually issued. Their there wasn't the immediate outcry During the confirmation hearing for justice. John paul stevens in nineteen seventy five. This was two years later more than two years later. He was not s a single question about abortion just to show how. How the issue so politicized now it all started with the moral majority and ronald reagan's campaign so even though abortion has always had a very deeply religious element the political part of it really came of several years later with the the successful successful presidential run of ronald reagan and then his effort to start changing the supreme court. So and joan. My we be surprised. By what the justices do. I mean there is three majority. But in the casey decision the one that created the under undue burden standard. There was o'connor and suitor. Antennas in the plurality decision that helped to uphold that now of course kennedy was author of a of a decision upholding the so-called federal partial birth abortion ban on the other side from which just ginsburg a scathing dissent. Is it possible that that can happen again. That some of these justices may not rule exactly how we are predicting that they might. They might not rule exactly as we're predicting but i. I cannot stress that justices o'connor souverain kennedy were conservatives. In a way that the newer conservatives are going more to the nth degree donald trump's three appointees are four far more conservative than those three prior republican appointees. So think there's you know. I remember nine hundred ninety two. I was actually covering the court then. And i remember the initial reporting that. Fortunately i was not part of them. Because i had some time to read the decision. The initial reporting actually played into people's ideas that you know maybe the court was ready to strike down row and it wasn't i mean and you know how it is kimberly. Since you're up there at the court with me you know these decisions can be so complicated to figure out what was being said in the end of one thousand. Nine hundred. Ninety ruling was an endorsement of row with some caveats. So i think you're right to remind our listeners that The game's not over yet. But i think given the court make up today and given what we know of their backgrounds and president trump's interest in choosing the these individuals and What they've shown us so far that It is it is a new era For anti abortion rights advocates. samaria said. I would come back to the idea of reform but it seems that one of the first things that some folks on the left are hoping will happen is The retirement of justice steven brier that would not change the composition of the court since we there is a democratic president. Who would replace him if he chose to retire. But why is this the starting point. Why do you think well. I think there's a sense on the left that one of the reasons. there is a six to three conservative. Majority is because in many ways because of ro incense row conservatives have been more focused on judges more focused on the courts and that that goes both for voters but also for the sort of beagle movements on the right and left. So i think part of it is just a sort of desire by progressives to compete on that front but ruth bader ginsburg death i think also was sort of cautionary tale for progressives because if progressive justices don't retire and then die or Are forced to retire by health circumstances. You could have a seven to two conservative majority and then the thought of any kind of substantive change in any kind of jirgas provincial area. It would be almost unimaginable right that that kind of majorities seems bulletproof. So i think while it wouldn't immediately change anything. It would have long term potential ramifications both in terms of the prevention of seventy two hundred forty but also putting more in reach a kind of more left leaning majority because of course clarence thomas and samuel alito resisted pressure from the right to retire during the last years of donald trump's administration for in so conservatives. I think hold some of the same concerns about them and what about calls for things like expanding the court adding more justices to the court. We've seen some democratic lawmakers call for that or other reforms such as term limits. How likely do you think those arguments will come to the fore and how persuasive might be. I think it's become pretty clear. That's a biden administration does not really want to go down that road now. I think biden maeve you. At the moment view court reform as a sort of trap that will make him look bad politically and ultimately go anywhere. But i think it's quite possible that if roe were clearly directly overturned and i agree with joan. That's i don't think that's going to happen. In june of twenty twenty two in dobbs but if that were happened in two thousand twenty three Or sometime down the road. I think there would be much more of a consensus among biden voters and therefore potentially about court reform and probably more interest on the part of biden in court reform. Because i think overturning roe could be profoundly controversial and make the idea of reforming the court seem less out there or extreme than it might some audiences now and joan we if the court begins to go down this road may scale back row on next term and and move even further down the line. Do you think illegally The point That mary made in terms of The societal fight over abortion which she says will continue. Do you think legally this fight will continue even if roe versus wade is officially overturned. If if we do get a ruling that outright reverses row that's the end of any kind of fundamental privacy right that a woman would have to end an abortion They'll be so much more activity obviously in the states. But it wouldn't that. There would be a period of time a new chapter that i believe would would be in the states and not at the supreme court because there would be. There wouldn't be anything to bring to them yet. They wouldn't be the president for it now. You know we saw with a ruling like citizens united when the justices Change campaign finance laws so radically Based on the first amendment there was and that was another five four decision. There was talk among Liberals at a point when it seems so long ago in two thousand sixteen when it looked like maybe we would suddenly have a five four court. That leaned left. You know bringing something up to the court. That would reinstate first amendment protection for campaign finance regulations. So there could be. There could be some effort to get the court to revisit whatever ruling they come out within twenty twenty three twenty twenty four or or even twenty twenty two. But i think once it's overturned they'll be just so much more activity in the states. That will that will dominate And it's it would Then then harry blackmun idea might be fulfilled that the supreme court would be out of it at least for time and mary. What do you think this impacts. Could this impact the idea of the supreme court the reputation of the supreme court. This is something that chief justice roberts is very concerned about. I think it would make it. Especially if the court overturn roe. In the next couple of years it would make it much harder. For people like justice roberts to save that the court or really justice. Breyer who is taking the same position quite publicly at forthcoming publication. To say that the court is is not a political institution that the court strives to be above politics and an offense succeeds. I think it would be hard to make that argument with a straight face if you have a really clear connection between the selection of the three trump nominees and have very rapid early growth thereafter. Thank you so much. Sorry we've run out of time. Mary ziegler professor of history at the florida state university and author of abortion in america. Thank you for joining us. For having an and joan cnn legal analyst and author of the chief. Thank you so much for joining us as well. Thank you kimberly. You can continue the conversation and get the on point podcast at our website. I'm kimberly atkins this is on point a.

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#21: Microblading

"Live from study. Santa Rosa Beach, Florida is this stuff you sit do. Why if you want to become somebody do it if you want to go and Benesch for yourself, do it if you wanna company independent do it, given you the knowledge you need from subject matter? Experts to go out and start doing. Now, here's your devilishly handsome host Cam BIC -ly plate. Welcome welcome. Welcome air by to another episode of stubby should do if you listen on your phone. Apple pie Cass wherever you listen to or whatever platform using the list right now are free sate it. Thank you so much. Thank you are pre-state it. So you'll know how I goes each episode. I have somebody owned and they'll be talking about stuff. You should do why you should do it and along with that would have a little bit of good conversation included with that. So today here on the show. I have a solo business owners. You just recently decided to, you know, photo towel in on the non five because it just wouldn't cut it for as he decided to start on business as you just so happens to be my cousin as well. So Linke bigly or link a white Jesus Christ. I know I know keeps the white welcome to the show because. Yes. I'm glad to be here in just share everything with you. What I got going on maybe shave from light on for, you know, for someone who wants to start their own business and just need the extra drive extra Peluso. I'm excited to be on today. So first of Super Bowls day. I gotta know who you pulling for us. It's the patriots and the Rams, and I don't know how much you in the football. We know you ain't really that big of a football. I love football. But you know, more of the college football in the NFL saw. I'm not really rooting for anybody. However, I won't mind onto a little sports bar. Give me a little wing. It me a little drink. But as far as rooting for somebody now good on that one. But you know, as they'll be in the mix of everything who you root for 'cause. Just don't want to pay the win. I'm so tired. I'm on I'm in the same boat as everybody else, but it's out of seeing the patriots win air by Todd Tom Brady, but I feel like they gonna win. Anyway, I won't the Rams a win. But my good telling me to patriot probably gonna pull it out. Yeah. I mean, I'm always now for about watch. So I'm gonna watch the game. I'm not roofing, nobody in particular stuff. So, you know, ask to be in the mix. Oh, you're different. Everybody ought to find a Super Bowl party. I mean, if you're not gonna watch the game at least go to Super Bowl party. Definitely definitely not gonna I'm not gonna do party. But I won't mind going solo restaurant watching the game in give me a little Mark Rita weighing in. Or you could. I mean, you could do you could house hop too. Because at least today it's a lot of people are knows having SuperBowl parties. So if you go to somebody house, and maybe like the food like the people, you just pack up to another house. So if you not. Rush the football games. There's there's more than just watch football. You can just hang out with your friends eat in enjoy the mayor pretty much. I'm always down for a kickback setting. You know, just chilling might place bore games. And you know, this just half. Just relax. You know, everything gotta be to turn up seeing all the time. Sometimes it's good to just kick it in, you know, just relax a little bit Halfon, which friend. So I'm Besley also that most definitely crew as a lewd to earlier cases got own business that she just started up not too long ago when how long have you been running business? It's called glam brow studio, by the way, I forgot came out. But the name. Bro. Student, and I just let you talk a little bit more about the business. And what it is. When you started goes a little bit of background on it. Most definitely the name of the business is glam brow studio, and I specialize in eyebrows. So I really mostly have clients who you know, may just have that little self esteem with knowing, you know, hey, no, my rows aren't thick enough. You know, I don't feel pretty enough or even having client sometime that has, you know, conditions this or is LP cancer. Because when you do have those type of conditions, you lose your hair and people don't understand how something as simple as eyebrows makes a big feature on your face. So I've been doing it for about I'll say all about six months now. So it wasn't something randomly that. I decide. To do is just just building that confidence within people just making people feel good about themselves. You know, wanna go out won't make because you just gotta think about it. Like, what if you some IRA Cam you to have no Brown? I won't be going nowhere. I'll be in at home. Exactly you or could try to farm. Yeah. Walk try to find some fake eyebrows. Try to boom. Exactly didn't think about it. You're like, ma'am. I I was going whatever happened in you, go find some fake ones. And now you can craze in it looks obvious. So for people who don't know exactly what micro blading is. Yes, it is a semi permanent. Pas medic. So as a semi permanent makeup for the browse. So it lasts anywhere from year to year and ahead, Rome. You do have to get touch-ups. So after your first session, usually come back about six weeks in we'll have another, you know, have another touchup session. So would it for what we're pretty much doing is in such a ways is tattooing. But you're using a handheld tool in you get pigment, we do use a little needle in. We create hand hair light strokes into the skin. I'm so pretty much is just tattoo. No strokes, look like hair, so camouflage, you know, to make it look really real a lot of people to things that a lot of people. Is the big, you know, will why for micro blading is the cost and a lot of worry about the pain. So for people who have low tolerance another not big on to. They're not big on pain. The area is numb. So during that session of a whole hour. I do none the area. I just some some numbing cream now area out. So when I do start to procedure I wanted to be as uncivil as also now is that going to steal maybe cause discomfort may. But it's not, you know, excruciating pain in another thing is cost, you know, micro blading, some may say is on you know, the edge of expensive, but it's an investment. So definitely for people who make up every day with nothing, you know. That may have cancer. And so by but they're never grow that, you know, it's an investment. So in always told people you get what you pay for. So if you see somebody they're like, oh, I'll just have to use the bras on for fifty dollars versus. I wanna hear you know, their prices may range from anywhere from three hundred to seven hundred dollars. You kinda know what you're gonna get your money's worth. You know? So I definitely definitely recommend anybody out there on that Dylan without p shed dim with cancer or just any type of pair laws in might that. Just take a second. Now, you knows I'm not a useful videos at they're all micro. Bathing is a lot of informational Google. Just give a million with also, you know, always check out Facebook grandma studio in that's the same for Instagram in all social media networks. So even if you're on here in Dallas, Texas. So even if you're not here in the area, you know, semi denounce question. Hey, I got a question for you. I don't mind at all said in light on the situation. Even if I can't be your technician or that. So definitely is definitely becoming popular. So for ladies out there that that may be the area that they're struggling. And they won't that confidence back. Come see your girl in also for guys guys get microbe leading GAM, they get micro blading, or you know, 'cause this those another question about the SEO me on. I'm not going to beat around the Bush. I'm kind of a pretty boy. So I like the good. I like to give my brows touched up to get him. Tweed? I got my osbour- eyebrows. Threaded a few times. So I was gonna ask you what's the advantages of of getting Marco blading over thread or tweet in whacks into something. Like that. Why would you recommend people to get the bras eyebrows? Micro bladed over those other services rarely just depends on your eyebrows. Now for someone who has big eyebrows their full their luscious. Hey, you know, unless you threat much just Lexa mope, you know, connect- way, you're cleaning it up. You know, they looking good eyebrows on fleet as they say. Relieve a fleet in two thousand eighteen I think that word there now sleek. Oh, you my right. Yeah. A little bit plate alad literati. I let her out. But you know, you know, what? So I think fleet may be being a little sink. But however, when it still comes to the eyebrows, you still have only game just for the eyebrows. So I think on fleet can ride the wave a little bit for. Unlike I like to evolve my slang vocabulary like I don't like to use the same old worried all the time and flee whenever that the whole eyebrow on sleek thing came out it was cooled in. But that was what like two years ago when flea came out in maybe even more nets to be honest with you here. Oh, my hair's fleet close fleet for now, you ran away people, you know, kiss this drill. You know and progress. New sounds come out. Everybody got a new slang. In other words, I'm fresh. I look good. You know, you got played out. People was that's that's what I hate about trindon words of songs or something like that. Because you have like it, and he would just get a hold of and they just beat into the ground like everything on fleet fleet fleet food. So also fucking sticking worth league. I hate what we will do that even with music the radio ruin shit because when. Too Hort came out. I would only then airtime. Drip, drip, too hard on my. Got sick of everybody kissed this. I got to say okay body got drip for. Everybody. Drip retailer. Fleet y'all. I'm gonna have to find another word when my customers will my clients. I looking good. I'm gonna have to look I'm have find another word by looking. Glamorous do. Baby. You'll get in clams. So back to back to your to your question of why people would recommend waxing over actual microbe lady. If you have big eyebrows, you don't need Marco blading 'cause microwaving you're you're creating the hair like stroke to make it seem like you have hair. So have you browse your fun you property, which arouse go get away is speaking of way, is speaking of trains of we all know that trans is, you know, here or is always happening things change things common things go. Now. I don't know if you remember but back in the day, probably when I was probably Woody middle school high school will use to arch are I've routes. So they really really really thin that was the tree back in the day. Everybody wanted the an eyebrow on route. So scary though, because I remember. About L yelled walk around looking evil with the movie, then Iraq. Dan. I browse those would be the trends of now people want that phone will they want that bold book, you know. So even if people say, you know, ladies or fellas minus Israelis the ladies that you have either house, but they're just not having. They're just not bold enough for you. I also do eyebrow tinting and micro shading in the micro shading again, you just use a handheld tool. They do have little needles in them. We do use pigment. And what we do is. We shade the eyebrow. So picked abroad completely off. Oh, no. No. No. No, no. You shade? Shave. Oh, no. I'm not. I'm not shave. Nobody's eyebrows off. We're trying to keep the labral ladies were not trying to do the whole shave off thing. So if you make up this is my makeup girls out there are girls that liked the bold eyebrows. You don't wanna get up every morning and draw. Your eyebrows, only micro shading is for you in another term. That's more popular that people probably are more familiar with will be Umbreit Hombre Brown's. So that does just give the makeup. Look you wanna wake up. You don't wanna put on makeup. You got your browse, you know, their their in the tinting now that is no needles involved in anything. I actually just tend to brow. So just make some boater. So matter what you're I browse like the chevalier eyebrow. If you're in Dallas, Texas, if you're in Alabama because I do. Travel. So who knows I may be near stadi-, maybe in your state. So, you know, just follow meals ocean media in, you know, book you girl in and we'll make do. Again, back to the micro blading. I might have just missed it because I'm slow sometimes. Okay. You be banned you ban from the pi cath. Or knowledge is plan. But we doing the market blading. You're a you kinda like tat in the hairs owner or exactly so you making you making the seem like they have hair waiters. No hair. Right. You guy Cam. Yeah. Was it has some applause plan bag around? Proud of me. I got it. Right. So you that's who it on. And then does it it doesn't wash off in vain? Does they? Semi permanent. Now is gonna say, you know, I'm not trying to get in. You know, skin-care I'm not trying to get in helping all that. But just where that layer of the skin is for the eyebrow. Then Hickman is only gonna last for so long before you know, that layer of the skin pretty much pay. You know, pushes that pigment out just like for someone who gets a tattoo on their finger that layer of the skin is gonna is gonna share Sastre in tattoo on your leg. That's gonna last forever tattoo on your finger out. Probably got a tattoo my finger probably. Maybe almost your maybe like eight months ago in said sells love in show. Yeah. The S Zarifi faded and part of the so it literally looked like no. Maybe that was a sign. I don't know. So it's just it's just a layer of the skinny guy. So that's why we do semi permanent makeup. So it lies anywhere from year to year and a half. But is not gonna be indefinite. Just due to the layer of the skin where the brow, you know. But hey, man is twenty nineteen you know, this is becoming very popular and to be on his Cam is been around. I don't know who ever really paid attention that they used to do it. They used to actual test to gun. So if you haven't been on probably sounds terrible, you see older rabies their eyebrows. Look real great. They look bro pink. They have traditional tattoos. So the beauty industry definitely has stepped their game up. There's there's not a lot of classes out. There takes get, you know, licensed for this. And I'm really starting to. About doing excellent class where where I will actually do training in. As will is, you know, certifying others to do what I do definitely should think. That'd be a good move for you in the business. And I was actually about to ask you about that. Anyway, because if we weren't related, I wouldn't know anything about Margaret Blaine. So how did you? How did you stumble upon micro? Blaine was a why you was working your last job before you? Yeah. It was just on just on instincts. What is and researching on it researching new research guys man, researching things can take you long way? You can't anything new star anything new Jarni. Without researching. An EMMY is crazy. You kinda gotta know what other people are do you kinda gotta know. Like, oh, well, you know, what she has gone on our business was her prices. You know, will you know, what do they offer? Because I mean, you gotta get ideas from somewhere else in tournament to your own. You know? So definitely definitely doing a lot of research. And I it's beyond do. I really started this. I really started this business as a stepping stool because I'm really wanting to open my own shoe boutique, an actual storefront. So which is a, you know, a little more larger corporation than what I'm doing. Now. This is really just, you know, a stepping stool. So I'm definitely in the near future, you know, here in the next year. So I look forward to have an actual story, you know, owning multiple businesses. So, you know, for everyone that's out there that you know, they wake up everyday they'd be on the same thing over and over night hate it find something you enjoy doing research about put your mind to go and just do it. So I'm sure the same thing came from you. You know, starting the podcast. So you know, every everybody got his fire somewhere. So. Hundred percent. May push to do that. Yeah. You should definitely encourage people to do some that you enjoy because just just being a robot going to work Clack clock out doing the same shit repeatedly. Today. It gets it really gets a demoralizing day after day right down. This is what the rest of my life going to be like eighty s to the point that I was I don't like bra. I'm once it is corporate everyday, I'm making somebody else rate everyday in a hate it. So why not invest in yourself? Do something that you'll enjoy half fun doing it in this live your life. So definitely I hope you know, we encourage some people today listening that you know, has been sitting on that dream what has been sitting on. I wanna start my own business. Do it time ways for no one guy is nobody just do it. You know, if you fall give coming in trying to until you achieve it. So. So so most definitely big upset. I feel like a lot of people are afraid to fail and this is beyond. I mean in wife you're going fail. You you can't you know, you can't be afraid of fame because it's going to happen at any. 'cause I mean, take this podcast, for example, when I first released it one of my listeners shit. I was like I was kinda hurtful little bit because I'm Mike, man. I put all this time and working sweat into it and anybody listening ain't nobody really talking about it is then other. But then you kinda got a you can't do the same thing. Expect to get different results. When you gotta be pacing. Yeah. You do. You just have to be patient because even millionaires I hear that don't have a point that they thought they wasn't gonna make it. They thought they made the wrong decision. You know, everything that's birth. Had been never comes easy. So if you feel people, you know, have you feel man the same work me is not moved from fast knows, you know, just keep just, you know, believing yourself, and if it's meant if it's meant for you to have at business, or that dream is don't happen. You just gotta you know, you can't give up so definitely because that camp with a with the podcast in every. Being. Like. Appreciate it be just got to you've got to go for sometimes like got you gotta try to do different things every day because another example, and I'm not trying to to my own horn. And then like that before. I'm really not. I'm really not. I'm just trying to encourage people to try different stuff because I just went to WalMart that you days ago got on Instagram lie for the pie cast and just start asking people. What is something you think you should do before you die just random people? Now that's gonna win either. It could went really good or could aware really bad. It actually ended up going pretty good because of people cooperative. But in the back of my head. I was like I was pretty scared because these people might look at me and be like fuck away from me, you strange get out of my face. So it it was kind of it it up my confidence just doing that thing that I was afraid to do. So I'm saying all that to say if you're frayed to do something that should be that much more incentive for you to do it. Because once you do it, you know, you feel like you just overcame some, you know. Comfort zones them out your comfort zone people. Clump on you know, if you will always be in that comfort zone, you keep doing the same thing because it's constable. Get out of your comfort zone. Like do that him. Hey, sky's the limit. Way Beth makes your heating guys. Did you ever think about maybe trying to get some kind of skin care products, come with stuff 'cause you talking about earlier with the micro blading, there might be some skiing issues going on and just for my for my sake. Alopicia is where you got this coloration that your skin, right? Or no. L P is more hair loss. Oh, God was completely ruined. You made me thinking. Lord. I can't even think of the name. But I talked about electricians for people who their eyelashes who loses. Their eyebrows lose hair, who, you know, they just they don't have that flow of hair, you know, amount of blogger, you know, I'm not a physician does that do they may receive in coloration to the fan may be at don't know. So don't quote me. But I really to be quite under with you. I have thought about offering some skiing products. But things like that here in Dallas here in Texas that have a lot of state laws. Definitely when it comes to own business isn't things of that nature of anytime won't eat to, you know, add to your business or stay healthy. Like that you have to take more classes you have to get licensed because. Basically at this point. If I'm getting skin advice, I need to be aestheticians in you're going to have to artifacts for that. Which is another twelve months or something. And that'll no that's the direction that I really wanna go into you know, and with, you know, wanting to start a new business, you know, to keep it in the beauty industry is cool. But I kind of think I wanna keep microbe leading business. I love it. I love what I do. I love simply happy. But I think I'm ready to, you know, get into that fashion in, you know, open of that shoe store and have, you know, have that poppet? On. So so definitely I got a lot of lot of Steve a great Finland as like answering. The nobody doing what you wanna do make your own schedule. You know is just a great feeling more responsibility. Because you know, you gotta handle everything, but you are hundred percent accountable. Whether or not the failure everything so I've been telling people all twenty nineteen balls. And that means gonna promotion job balsa is I mean, you can a new business. Bows up on twenty nine eighteen. Sure. You gotta take it in. You gotta take it into your own hands out there people or at least try to. And we're not saying everybody's got to quit the job and be I don't boast I'll be enjoyed doing it if you enjoy doing. Then you just you know, what I'm saying be fucking best. You can't be at margin. You might be a career. You may you may be a firefighter. You might be I hear saving lives, you may be a registered nurse. You may be a Bank teller you may be manager at a restaurant. Whatever it is. That is what you enjoy doing. Then do you know, don't let nobody tell you that. Oh, you gotta have your own business. No. You don't if you enjoy your job. Then that's what you enjoy. So. Yeah. Like, you said don't don't take it as we say everybody out of you know, only way, you boss up is if you have this fest in accurate, you know, you can boss get a promotion, you know, be basically be job doing what you gotta do. You still Boston up? You know, in other words, just don't don't settle for less. You know, don't settle for the. I mean pays the Bill? Don't do that. Yeah. It's only nineteen. There's so much money on here to me all almost things to do. You know that you probably would enjoy. So just do it. Most definitely I definitely recommend that as or even to the hobby like you might be happy with your job. But when you're not working, you just sitting at home on a couch watch TV or I'm like that. There's a need to at least find a hobby of something like that. Because I know some people they'll they'll work in deficit. We ask them. What are you doing? They're like, oh, well, I go to work, and it's like, okay, you not fucking work twenty four hours a day. What do you do when you're not like, oh, I don't know. So if you don't have a hobby, definitely get one. And it's definitely wanna make sure some you enjoy doing don't be part of the think tank and be light will always people like doing this. So I guess I like doing this to sit down and just find you a hobby because I guarantee you if you if you enjoy your job, and then when you're not at your job, you have something that you enjoy doing as well as a supplement to your job. It'll just increase overall happiness. I agree. Take their happiness into your job. And then your performance at work. You know, can be even could be not to three or four times better. Because you know, you just had at self-fulfilment knowing what you like what you enjoy doing and stuff like that. I agree. I definitely agree with that. So take you guys to new year we way a tumor in, you know, about fifteen months January was so fucking loan. I feel like anywhere. I feel like it went by fast. But you know. You know, how the months do have the year ago? So is exactly Tom fine guys. So, you know, look into that micro blading, you know, you know, keep tuning into the podcast learning more things getting, you know, more ideas or just motivation like. Right. Some people need it. Sometimes people need it back to democra- blamed for a little bit do you. So you travel to Alabama. 'cause I that's what you from obviously, go back in do stuff there. And you do stuff in Dallas, right? 'cause you in Dallas. So are you traveling in a world to do marketing at the moment is even at the moment. The places that I'm really doing is Alabama in he Dallas until I feel that I'm like confess a lot is a lot of quick -ment that you have to segment you like work. I'm just curious. What all you got to? Oh man is a hoax fed up guys. So I do have my my own studio for the people that in the DFW area media's in Carrollton in it as she would seek. So I do have a studio dare. So like. Like, you have to have a sterile equipment, Barbara Sankai. You gotta have things wrapped up. Your your needle disposals is a lot of stuff you have to have. So when you travel with that, you take out in which you in this ally, unless you're going to a convention or something where you know, they probably already have this though, but just to be clean because you are creating wounds until the skin you don't wanna infection. So I wanna make sure that my clients is getting the best treatment. I wanna make sure that everything is sanitized is clearly because Manu up in that wound. You put some germs or something there. So. And they probably I named people going to do when they give bad business. They gonna find your business page, they lead star review, and then everything just down to drain all the take one. I'll take one bad review for. Yeah. So you you definitely you definitely just have to keep that in mind. When when you know dooms of like this one out there that thinking about doing micro blading that is interesting. To you. Gotta be clean. You gotta make sure that you have new needles for every customer. You do the same sterilizing procedure your areas. Clean your studio. Clean your clean your land gloves. You know, you just wanna make sure that, you know, John's in everywhere, but you wanna make sure that is clean as Ospel you're in the cleanest environment that you can, you know, have it, basically, you don't you don't wanna you don't wanna wear. You. Don't wanna to tack to note. Piercing somebody got a nasty ass shot. Not definitely hands. Now, you scan file now for good shit. Like, no, you gotta do it the right way. So so definitely them over that. I do look for to traveling. You know, different states saying stuff like that for people wanting it might be like, hey, I won't browse that Chiesa Sokoto -fornia. I'm on my way, because I feel like I'm building that brand in different different area codes, fill me. So I'm definitely I'm definitely open to all of that. Most estimate. Word of mouth is pretty strong. But you yourself tall. Right. You taught yourself how to market blading. I actually went to school for you have to get certified. Oh, thank I'm being a bad. Cousin? How do I know that clearly so yeah, you definitely have cigarettes are bad in. How long was the school? You have to take three eight hour days is really intense Israeli oh three days. That's nothing. Sounds bad. Trying learn in the skiing how to do this and doing on the live model in three days to get your license. The first day. I was like oh, hell, no. I just wasted so much money. What was I think this isn't for me? My teacher was like you brought yourself here. Molina than yourself in stick it out. Also intense about that first day, I kind of want you to walk me do a Walker by day by day so day one what was going on day one. They had micro plaguing oranges, oranges oranges and bananas. Because they say that it mimics the human skin the most guys, I don't know crazy. And no, I know idea all night, it seems videos on YouTube. We had that hand tool in my hand in that needle and I will slice it into that orange. And I was like holy leash. You know, it was just different in knowing how stroke it in skin. You know, they teach you sterilize your quick -ment forms or clients have to fill out is just a lot. Because because I when you go on to something new you wanna be successful. You want to be good at it. You know, and I had to just tell myself like he is going to take time. You know, perfect your crafts keep practicing the second day. I was like who are think that can do this third gay you have to actual you have to actually do a live model. Give your certificate out like Jesus, please be killed his girl. Like you actually did it on somebody yet. You have to that third day before you get your certificate in worth little what's the pass fail criteria. If you if you bleed like that do you fail while you're gonna Mudge already of my clients bleed any right because you're cutting ski in Grote, so. Does that scare people away? They don't see because they're laying down them scaring about his don't be me because I'm the one. So I can definitely say first client that bled on me. I was definitely a little. No, though, you a pass out while you're doing market blatant. Most definitely I was like oh law has start shaking a little bit started getting a little sweat house. Like, oh Jesus. Just like bre- breathe. You know, it's gonna be. Okay. So now, they bleed I'm good on my live. Learn any Davidoff. So this out great now. But that first time most definitely out slow. What I got myself into lightheaded? It's out good now. Most asking my most vastly. So I enjoy it. I love it. You know out. I'm happy, you know, was going down this rundown. This hands of Mike waiting semi permanent make up the class was or the course was three days. Right. Three days. Here's a question. I'm sure they probably wondering how much did how much did it hit your pockets? How much they charge for those three days you pay about three grand? Good. Oh, yeah. Say three hundred G those three grand like three. Wow. That is not what I was expecting at all. Shit. So you really wanted to do that. Exactly is definitely an investment. Whoa. Yeah. That is that's a big investment three thousand three grand. Great. Yeah. Like, man, I, you know, a head knew what I had do, you know, in, you know, just to keep her while hundred keep your real guys like I worked two jobs at one time. I was working corporate American when I got off. I took my as right to Kroger. I was a cashier and all those checks I just stacked up because this was something about ready wanted to do. It was not easy work knows hours a week. You know, hand trying to do that it was a lot. But it was worth it was all workday is Bill. His park is a little bit. I know to wish in financial a you have to come out of hockey. All your money. I'm a me we end that about the plies definite. You're trying to open a sweet you gotta Basset class. You gotta it's a lot. But it's worth it. But the end of the day, it's you gotta look at it more like an investment like you said as opposed to an expense. Because you you you pay that money you getting a unique skill set. That seems like it's on the open up is seemed like it's going to be more in demand as more people start, you know, demanding micro blading once it gets out there into the fashion industry to beauty industry and people see that where Marco blade can do. And then you got like you got a pretty targeted niece to like people. Right. You know are having issues with the are bright hair. And like you said that is a big a big part of your appearance when you're growing up because or not growing up, but just in general, you browse are pretty key to to the. When you look, you know, most definitely most definitely feel like that that market or that that Nisha is going to be on the up and up, and you definitely you definitely have a very marketable set of skills that you got that class when you got that Neo Bill so has caused for going on. Off new because I mean at three thousand are probably would have said fuck that. I really really wanted to do right now. But yeah, that's a that's go. All right. That, you know, book down work two jobs. Get up the money for it near put yourself through it. I know that would probably in the back your head to when used thinking oh notice for me about the quick 'cause you had already paid at that point. Right already paid one. I'm like man this with a waste of money. So you had you had to do it. Because I know way, I'm should I know what you're going to let three granted go down to drain all day. I baby. What are you doing? Exactly. So, you know, that's my story. And I'm speaking to you know, so. I'm here. I'm happy about it. And you know. That's that's what it is what it has guys. And that's good. That's good. I'm glad you. I'm glad you got their skills. I think you're gonna go forward that you just take a little bit of a little bit more time. I feel like wait on this year. I'm going to be hearing about you flying all over the states to do market bleeding all over the place. You're going to be teaching classes, you're gonna have more people working under you, and I can really see glam brow studio taking well. Well, thank you 'cause I greatly greatly. Appreciate it. I sure do. I know problem. So before we get out here. Just let the people go plug time, though out applause, weap-, you can find your name background the name of the studio. All that. Good stuff is plug time. Yes. Yes. Yes. So everybody was home. Facebook is going to be lamb brow studio, Texas, because there is be I think in California or something. So. Rooming place. Right. So people don't Facebook. You know, finally glam brow studio, Texas and then for Instagram is gonna be glam underscore brow studio. I'm there saying thing, you know, a Snapchat. I really, you know, post on my personal pains when my business I really don't, you know, have thing for their for people that want to check out my website. It's WWW dot glam brass studio dot net. Every owner. Owner base your Canaan. And if you have a question just feel free to shoot me a contact car with what you got information or questions or advice. You know, anything guy hit me up at any time. I'm really the most friendliest arson ever. You know, I'm always living to help people. So. I mean growing up with we had our differences. Had to beat up on a few times. Angelica? I don't know if you watch a regular Rugrats not, but we was growing up nickname was different joke. If you seen Rugrats. There's no hype it out as a hundred percent. I got agree with him a little bit out. Now, I was a little sound sound. But you know, you know, you know, people, you know, they, you know, they change what else. So with that being stated. Awesome kinds I greatly appreciated. A love the podcast. You know what I'm saying? The group work keep Mon vein people out here giving them things. Do you know just keep rock and keep Rockin bro represented on Trump's trying to be like big 'cause I hit. So you heard it here we got glam brow studio going if in the Dallas Texas area, and you wanna get them. I rose, you know, Marco blade it, maybe maybe they not looking as glam. Instead of a set of saying fleet. Maybe they not looking glam as you want. That's what we don't say. That's the new word. You wanna get land up hit up hit a big because glam brow studio. They'll take care of you. And most of all they're going. She's going insure your safety over everything else could safety number one. So you definitely to be in good hands. She spent three thousand dollars on training. So I mean, come on now, yo. Oh. Would you rather have somebody that went to an intensive three thousand dollars course, you won't young saying your home, girded wise to YouTube videos to be doing this year. On your is going to be. Messed up. I'll Jack that. That. Yes. So again, thank you so much the send down. I'm thank you for educating me on market blame because as you can see over the duration of the pie cats. I had some some bad information about what micro blade near what a what it entails? So thank you for setting the record straight. Thank you for educating people, which is the entire goal is podcast. Hopefully, this hit some ears on Dallas area, or maybe some people back home back in Bama that wanna get the eyebrows, micro bladed. They wanna try it out. Try something new try some different for a change yet out of their comfort zone as we talked about earlier in the pike cast. Yes, guys, put that on you to do this stuff. You should do get them are browse Marco bladed, check him out. So this has been another episode of stuff you should do for Cam. And for Kishan glam brow studio, we outta here. Y'all keep Illing maybe into this stuff. You sit do don't. Forgive the subscribe with your friends family and colleagues if you're listening via apple podcasts, new Cama favor by leaving awesome rating and reviewing. The podcast on Twitter Instagram, it has S defied cast. 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Internet Loop Hole | Jrod Pod Ep. 42 w/Justin Donjal

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Internet Loop Hole | Jrod Pod Ep. 42 w/Justin Donjal

"Let's test test test us testing testing one. Two three and bottom thing bright disrespecting me do our guys welcome back to another exciting episode of the pod and this is a very special. Jr pie because well. There's a few reasons one. We have a recurring guest and a favourite on the pie. Mr justin don. How's it going brother. Thank you for coming on appreciate having guy did and this is a jr pilots being recorded. Nice and early in the morning. I mean you know ten thirty exactly on the dot. Because that's what time we said and what we do or on the on the fucking money every time yes sir. So we're just gonna get into all right so last time we talked about your music and everything we know is great. But this time we're gonna you know. Turn turn a new leaf. all right. we're gonna turn a new leaf and we're very fitting because we're in michigan and fall just happen on the off the trees. You read my mind dude. That's exactly what. I meant Even if you didn't think that's what i meant. Okay so yeah but yeah man. I mean you've been stream into like. I tried streaming but all i did. Was you know. Obviously young into the mike sane really offensive things. Because i thought that would get listeners. I lost some. So how you doing well. When i first heard streaming man i went on twitch and i'll just do it like When i was just pretty much showing and i was like. I have nothing else to do. But i kind like wanna be productive but also don't really like to do with me and i have to think too hard about and like i don't like growing up. I was in the game and stuff and then i kind of lost that but obviously this is a way i could get back into that and i I was doing on twitch. And yeah i know beers for men and i probably i probably did some up to lose some viewers to and i i still probably do do people ever do like you know and only fans people naked for money and shit Do they like do you. Think there's any twitch counts that do that like playing with their nepal's or something Probably the replaying like I dunno some game. We gotta keep fucking digging but they're using the nipple and then every time wants to get super hard. It's like you got gold. You know what. I mean now but i remember when i was younger. Me and my cousin had this website. We plan called like flash game some like it was like some flash came up so i gotta stop. You just wrote great. I swear every time we do this we always start going on this. Like perverted internet loophole. And i don't know what is i mean. It's great i just noticed. Yeah no you're right. It's switch switch it back to streaming so No no no. Let's go with it. I like it and you know if people are listening early in the morning. Because that's when i'll post this you know. Maybe they're on their way to work or you know who knows who. Maybe they're on their way to Some weird i will admit it so me and my cousins would go on this website and the head of two different sections and remember the main session like all blue other session was like black on the black section. They had like like sex games and it was doing weird stuff like that where you'd have to like you know maybe like eat up to just like click on my someone's like 'cause you then something that happened and we would play those games and just last you imagine. Dude i bet you. There's some weird motherfuckers out there that when they're playing and they're clicking and then once they get to the next level like oh shit and then once they beat it. That's when they're just fucking jake but if they don't at that moment they have to restart because then it's you know it's not the same. Some man that's kama sutra to like the future in. Yeah exactly did can win if you beat the a god. That's so it's weird. How many just gross. I mean you know. There's gross people before the internet. But when you say that the internet's definitely made people more like just sick. Yeah well i would say that. Probably in my opinion the definitely like there's a certain amount of Expose that had. Everyone might not have seen in their life and it also probably Like incentivizes it. Oh yeah no one hundred percent so some dude. Never seen someone fucking like dude. He never knew that he had the fetish for some small. Some small japanese never knew he had the fetish for three hundred pound black woman. These people have in session with like horses. You feel me back in the day and maybe look like every. I'm like a farm. In a couple of towns in the whole country has a man or woman having sex with a horse and if they did like the people in the town might now but that probably isn't something that is going to be about especially tragic. Yes so it's like a rare thing and then you you're probably just like isolated like may the to convince yourself maybe this is just like Billy billy just this is just this thing. That is a little bit off about yea. He's a great highs. he's a great father right. Yeah great In in their flaws you know. But then now dan billy billy billy went viral and the only problem is and he lost custody with his kids. And then it's like people are calling him crazy. So you know where you know about the guy who got like you know that like famous internet viral video of the guy getting fucked by a horse. Yeah i've seen that died so bill actually yeah. He got punctured. Right through the fucking. His whole body was direct. You know. I love puns metoo. I'm almost ready for fatherhood. Oh yeah did. don't you. Just move around fucking chairs man. Yeah i have a hard time. Getting comfortable doors eighty. Who's gonna who's gonna sit this far like even if you were sitting in the normally like it's kind of weird. Oh yeah we lounge. I'm actually gonna do it just because You know what we can and haiti. I've i've this weird problem. Every time i sit in a chair dude. Yeah i always had this problem. I'll just like go like this leaning forward into just like and then i'll just this just shilling. yeah you know it just. It's better for my bag. Look cooler you know. Yeah that's true. We don't look like we don't as much like the people were describing. When we're talking about those fucking going on the internet probably just fucking way of yeah man you know just those guys are no. they're mad hunched over hunched over. And then every now and then once they get clinton all those stuck there in that. I'm still in notre babe to man. You guys are sick and all types of corner. Have you ever met one in person matt one. Yeah real probably but another not somebody who not ever met somebody who is crazy socially have you ever met like i mean. Yeah you definitely. You're not gonna know you don't know until until they see them on the internet. One time he laid on one time he laid on. Top of me at a sleepover and it felt weird and i felt like weirded out. Because you know how like when you're younger and you're like oh like i don't know at least my friends like we used to like talk with each other and we would like fuck with each other about doing gay shit like like hit each other's ass just within this kid did it was it was like oh like one was straight with it. Not doing a dig. But and now you know how to do it right. It was awkward. Yeah it was coming from somewhere. A comedies perspective's very aggressive. It was like i'd want it was. It was basically like if i was laying. Say some was laying there. And i was just fucking with them. You know just to be like foget. And i go and i'm like and he's like oh get the fuck off me or something like if this kid he's going in the mindset of like. Oh yeah you know he. He's enjoying that whole like lay down. He'll do it slowly too and won't make a joke. Oh so it was like in a little bit fashionable. Yeah i it's like it's like alright man like we're all doing this as a joke. But you're actually like you know you're making you're making noises. You're getting tense. You're getting goosebumps on your arms like we're freaked out. Stay in you know he was. He was so scared talking about okay all right now. Last time we have a bunch mike problems. Oh yes we hit these real fast. Yeah my problems never never heard of that. Yeah my friend. Alexey had this Living room and i pretty much was just this big like i think it was it. Wasn't it's just this big couch and there was nothing in the living room but the couch. We would just like go in there and sit. There is be another great nothing to do man and a lot of time just like talking about like we're gonna do it the day and this is crazy all right so let me straight so you guys went and sat down in a room with nothing but an l. couch. And then you would ponder the future of the day even though you had nothing plan yet we are making strides here in june five nine. The when you walk. It's about. I'm about to say literally turns sure. Can each one of us was the raillard in the rayleigh. Would it pretty much have like a time limit which was just until we all quit and there is pretty much like we'd all be on the outcome standing up there and they were just running us and try and tackle us and rails and you like you and only you know it'd be like a bunch of a bunch of i had my friend they'd be like bob probably and then the rally we'll just go and they just try to sleep the shoulder into somebody hurt each other but we will go so hard was it. Did it ever go too far. You go too far. So basically there's like. There's like me and my allergies house was we would take it too far and everyone else was kinda chill about it. We would take it too fast. Man i can imagine alex who doering. Okay hunter during brother. Oh fuck okay. I do know who it is and general here and alex. Alex was a crazy crazy. They used to most shirts in the fuck in Sasquatch bro is. It was the guy's name. Oh yeah the guy that will come over yeah. He like worked for alex's dead damn thing it was a professional disc golfer or maybe he just wanted the discount place in like professional discover. How do you know. I just remembered. Always like a lie not having kind of profession to this call. I just come over here all the time to whip up shirts burgers this guy remember. He'll he looked kind of like a sasquatch. For this white little dicky. Oh okay little dicky. Yeah and he posted in the garage and like you know he'd be there all day and just be like messing around and like alex would go up to him in lake. He'd try and like make look like he'll tell a cool story. Say this to sasquatch. Because it was alex's like hero and he wanted to show up on. Yeah this was this koffler you would always love talking about oh cool sasquatch was and then when we actually go over the time he show off and we go up to him and every time you could tell that he just didn't he didn't care digitally. These kids are here again. Like faulk this is the war started. Just like just gonna make up some bullshit bugging him and dan nuts man. Poor alex bedroom models charges. Fucking around. cool guy you know. I guess i didn't know. Did you ever get on more intimate level with him and some level of them just like personal sediment. It sounds creepy. You're bro. I can't answer that question. Mcrib personal level with them. I never really even talked to him. And it's kinda stood there to the side and listen to them best. Yeah yeah bedroom fluence. Absolutely but yeah man. I mean did so. I wanted to tell you about this earlier but i i should save it for the podcast. I don't know why. I'm like moving around like this and like going for some reason need to relax all right but yeah dude. So there's this guy from the islamic state. And i. He's some big part of nasa or be like you know some something that has to do with the outer space and he's like you know he was in a high position vampish or a retired recently and he was saying how a like we already are in contact with extraterrestrials. Trump was gonna say you know. Say some shit. But they told him not to. Because of create hysteria mass hysteria. And it's called the galactic federation and basically were like you know we've been talking with these aliens and they they want understand the fabrics of the universe just like us you know like i spoke to the yeah man so i mean and and and like it was posted by nbc. So what. yes. I think it must be. Oh yes i mean. There's a lot of sharpened objects just hanging like that. Green light bulb that doesn't work. Keep gone but yeah. I mean like Apparently there's a like a base like within mars that they are on and we made a deal with them. We signed like something or some and they can come here and whatnot. Do you believe it. I mean do you believe in. Do you think we've made contact with aliens. No doubt no doubt. oh yeah. This is all stuff that i've seen him and like or something similar. Like i heard the moon was though and with the base was but if it's on mars that may sensitive also heard them. Mars was probably once habitable and the big sky on mars could have been evidence of like a nuclear war. And i've also seen a lot of pictures of life on mars like literally like aliens like they look kind of like crab people. Oh man it's creepy. I hate you can look them up there in like manscaping this little guys hiding behind rocks and looks like they're like hiding from the rover the rover like just call it a little bit of them and then those pictures were in the official like mars nasa photos and then people's found this little shot in there and white swear to god and we'll put it club or an image and so the other thing that we're in communication with them so there's a i mean something that i heard is that there is a bunch of different Like species or races of aliens drama. Dan's that's one of them that i can think of. Now those the lizard chilean's dramat- ends. I think are something different. Maybe the race on sky room. maybe aren't they. Have you ever played styling. I have not come but Yeah i remember like like. I like saw this thing. I was like when. I was really really into and conspiracies and it was like this just like this document that i found in just the pits of the internet. Yeah and it was pretty much like describing like different races and kind of like what they were and we go down with the internet loopholes. Yeah dude but i mean that's That's crazy that they really making the push and aunts. Everything because i. I heard that they just made up. They announced the ufo's or real thing. Yeah but this is like. That's it's huge. This is like pretty much the okay this is what's going on dude honestly which is which is dope and people are ready for it. I think so too. I mean and and something. That's kind of like creepy to think about Some that's creepy to think about is like they allow. These aliens do like studies on humans. So you know someone that you know. I'm sure that they have like a list of people that are so insignificant to you know the world that they're going to allow these aliens to coming up doc them and do some experiments. Yeah no doubt that so. I guess stealing lesson. There is don't be insignificant here but that's always how it's been right. I have no. It's just the way the universe kinda right. yeah. I mean if you're insignificant you're gonna get abducted and he stopped on no You're going get stuck studied. Yeah i guess yeah exactly your an insect. You're gonna get fucking magnified species and but you are. I'll just gonna say and if you're lucky you're going to get you know how i never understood this cruel kids. They would take a magnifying glass and they would hold it like with the sun and burn an aunt or something. Did you ever do that. I never did that. I always had like I've always been sensitive. you know. that's making me cry and nowadays is still damn probably. Wouldn't i mean bug wouldn't but i i mean you're gonna cry. Fuck an getting magnified dude. The fog out here. Come from no but i know what you mean with animals and like that kinda shit. That's sad but insects and ant. Like i definitely don't think i i remember my cousin. He plays magnifying glass. And he also like used to like blip bracing. You're only policing flaked on. And i remember our like billy dude. Stop flicking umbro right. I felt bad for the wouldn't cry. No yeah you had empathy. I mean dude. I used to save the aunts. And we've talked about this. Jared pot every true loyal listener. You're listening to my solo podcast. Then you'll know this. But i used to pick up ants and i would save them like i. I don't even know if i was saving them. Probably just disrupting their daily routine in my house but their would come through these cracks and would pick them up and then i would take them to this little crevasse. There was in between like so there is like my family room and then there is a little step into the kitchen the living room or whatever and there's a little gap underneath those probably underneath the middle of my house. You know what i mean were they can live and flourish and so i would pick them up when i saw him. 'cause they don't want anyone to step on them. Now take them over. Drop them off and that sort of crevice also weird kid. I used to live our sleep in the family room. Like on the floor with just a bunch of blankets. Like larry all the time i did this throughout my whole life and i would make these things called camps and then one day man. I wake up in the family room. My back is burning. Awarded is on sudden. I get up and go like this. And i look behind me. And there's a pile of thousands of ants dude like i was so fucked up. I remember rose. I was really little. I was like screaming screaming and running around. Like oh my gosh. She grabs a quilt. Throws it outside burns it crazy dude but like that right. There told me the lesson don't have sympathy for little insects because they're bitches bro but come back and buy in the s. Yeah actually didn't like. I'll i kill a lot like fun now for free. I never do fumbled if they're in my area than it's outta here. Do i know. I know they're not doing anything wrong. But that's different for me. Especially as i get older and this is actually how i like. I believe thought about this before. What which is these. Insects are coming into my territory. And you know for real. So that's but if i've seen it in on on the streets i catch him in the streets. Oh we good. Oh yeah yeah. I'm like curbstone born but if you get on my arm right. Don't touch me shoe sneakers. it came me. I won't kill you on the sneaker off and smash you. Yeah man. I said over there i hear exactly or a fucking basheer against it fucker. That's what and that's what they need to understand the thing. Is they work together as a team. So like okay. Let me ask you this because thinking about these. Insects are creepy. I guess you know if there was any including insects especially when you see him up close. Yeah delay freaky. Oh yeah oh yeah. they're fucked. gross. Tam do man. I said that before like the last time you were here. Did i say deja-vu about what. I think i might have had. I think i had a dream where you were in a in. Were doing a podcast. And i said deja vu dan. that's nuts bro. holy day is the day of the lord. So that's nuts alyemen. Sorry to interrupt guys but we've got a quick moment for our sponsor anchor you know if you've ever thought about stopping your own podcast. It's really simple as you can see i have my own and it's on a bunch of different listening platforms sue breezy. All right. you just gotta go with anchor. Anchor is a one stop shop for recording hosting and distributing your podcasts. Best of all. It's one hundred percent free in ridiculously easy to use. You got the. it's easy to use. Stop being such a stupid person and now anchor can match. You with greece sponsors. Who want to advertise on your podcast. Which is which is happening right now while i guess they paired me with them but you know whatever and that means you can get paid to podcast right away in fact. That's what i'm doing right now by reading this ed. Yep yep anchors. it's really great. All right you guys need check it out. Go to anchor dot fm slash. Start to start your own podcast r.i.p but lives on and so do we. But yeah man. So oh yeah. If you could die by any animal or insect. What would it be and more for. The first thing that comes to mind is tired. And i'm thinking lion y panthers coming to mind why why why these those kinds Actually be align because a lion. My dad was born in kenya. And you're black to black in your no. All i mean i guess you could say that but kenya's vote filled with more than just black people but like but like are you african. Do you have any african. I love family in africa with my family isn't africa. My family is Afghani pakistani and punjabi indian basically like at the top of india. There's like there's different sex Figure what they call him. I can't think of the word right now but the different levels of classes in india. Yeah shit there's levels shall meek mill show. Yeah that's exactly what it was and The top of the top of the country is worthy punjab's were and they're like the warrior tribe and then the top india there's pakistan and afghanistan so my family history on my dad's side Were there fires on it makes breeding in war So technically i'm like punjab. Which is what they call. Him is not a song. Racial slur at all the sound ratio does not just felt like i just felt that saying that what we talked about this actually Maybe we did. I think we talked about before last part guys we did. Yeah i think so but yes so like. There's actually i didn't even know about afghanistan and pakistan stuff. Until i was older. Because there's so much shame in my grandparents about it and who were like punjabi on my dad's side that like basically some people in my like leave. Their kids found alec my uncles. They found out through these ancestry tests and then they can even tell my grandparents or anything because they would have so much. Shame for fucked. Because there's so much shame blake the thought of possibly having like muslim blood in them. Really that's nuts. But then i found that out and and but yes i killed by a lion did keep talking. Yes i the line. That's awesome also like i'm from detroit. Mi and johnny and in detroit You know our team is the lions and allies ever wanted anything then. Everyone wants to go back to talking about the galactic preparation but yes how to align aggressive. Did it very offensive. But yeah did i. Would i feel like. I would want to die by getting eaten by ants. But if i had to choose because that's we're talking because you better you best believe that i would be. I would be fighting. I'm a fighter. I'd be fighting to get off. Get these ants off me with the lion. Just can't overpower where we're talking about talking about like you're gonna have to download and watch the animal. No it's okay okay. It's a fifty. I mean you're being put into a into a pen like a box. Plus is honesty. You know no okay. It has to be of a predator like serious predators like one you most likely will die. Two hundred thousand ants are hundred thousand. Or how many crickets enough to suffocate you with about lake What's the adults you tigers on fire. Is that what it is not mess me up man. I don't know why he didn't fucking blue devils. I can't think of that animal and trying to think of okay. Let me actually be serious about this. A predator fox. You're asking i. I know i don't know jews skip this finish it. We gotta finish it to. Oh okay okay. Animal okay. we'll make it easier array can with the gulf of in my garage. I pick. I pick shane raccoons again. Iraq comes out. Dan bro sounds racist. I mean damn i've ever they. My chickens bro ways. Dan show some real shit die. I'm going on a killing something today. That i really do but i don't think i really hate. Raccoons might be something that actually. Hey yeah emily. Oh man brings up. Ptsd and dude. They're always stealing your fucking garbage. You don't want it. You want it to go to the dump. You don't want them to tear down. Your trash can spend all of your fucking nights garage floor. Whatever yeah come through. Come through sunday night. Yeah and they have little fingers that they could be like Pity yes they try to be q. More you know exactly a all right. Bro- hey what adapt them up and then broke that old guy you ever seen. That video of the pera coons all around. I did see the surrounded with all the raccoons so his wife used to feed them. Who crazy dude. It's so like it's so cute and it's it's it's like. His wife used to feed them. She passed away and they kept coming back so he was like all. Keep the tradition going on a guy when a beautiful story it actually One of my girlfriends She had the squirrel who had come by your house and it was like a friend and to just like give it a little bit of food and he was super friendly and you could like pat him and stop and that blew my mind because i always thought squirrels are really cute. And i'd do our thought they could be a good pat. Nobody had squirrels as pets. I remember asking my mom that as it is a kid thanked these black rose to yes. Brosse the diversity. You know. they're on point which rather have a normal squirrel squirrel or a black squirrel squirrel racist. Actually yeah i get no. I'm just thinking of blast crawl would be like it's attic. People come over and got the black screw fucking making beats dope. Maybe he could he go chipmunks oh and he just got his deep his voice. Be as dick. You're wrapping your revenue. The might you're senior song. Whatever he just hops on the mike sticks digging around here with the fog and making only fans. Yeah did this guy's just chattering away. Oh man i'm so little black rose over in dearborn. I only saw them there. But i've seen the migrating up towards like novi northville notice the scroll migration is seriously dude. I seriously have. I've seen grey squirrels. I did. That's actually a lot of funding for that. But i can't because literally happened to me today. I'm not even trying to just like kind of be like on relatable everyday like literally. I want to be before on my way here and i saw a squirrel. Bp those like under like like a like a like a stack low bikes. Yeah and i was like what the hell am never seen a squirrel up ton of time on some. Yeah and i know not seven miles the one on eight mile just don slim shady and just but Yeah i was. I had turned south. Thought for a second late to this squirrel. Is he here. Because just like this liquor just i just have never noticed one or maybe is it that the of forest around here anymore where that they have to come here for now and then it made me sad for a second and that is upsetting. I mean there's mayberry state park so we love maybe he can just go there. Yeah i have a state park pass. I do you just cruise past guards. Every time i yeah i i I i took shrooms there once but sounds longtime ago and you know the field where like the pathways. There's a pass. It's like a field. That's not in the woods yet. Yeah just seen that like all the tall grass flowing back and forth did it looked so just crazy yemen and I feel i can. Yeah i've taken a before and as a taken a little bit of shrimps done like a grandma and a half one time. But i remember i was like it was in high school. It's a party. I could late dr and i was talking to people and solve this thing wasn't tripping but i was feeling this nice yeah but ave taken like a diesel acid a couple of times and kind of like like felt that vibe from trees as you were saying that i literally kind of like just imagine like it looks like some right. Yeah exactly flowing perfect patterns. Yeah and then rallied. Laid down and i just put my arms to the ground and dude and did i floated up and i might god man just kidding about that part but yet dude it's crazy like a lot of people think that having done psychedelic still think like you know you're going to meet you. Know god or something. And i guess maybe you can like hallucinate. You know some some crazy thing like that if you took enough like if you're just gonna take normal person you know because normalises through the normal people do take like you know. Yeah like we're normal. Not a crazy amount. It's like taking eight or shrooms or like tabora to ask people that isn't what people do right. And then those people that i know have done at least one of those things once. Right allie ten times. I think it's good for you if you've done it once down like everyone on on the who's who's done it for sure. I can say more in touch with nature because everybody has that experience like you had like one percent of is like joey who's really Elite changed his life in a way. You know we're like he'll realize this thing that really that he likes a lot just like just nature you know yeah he really appreciates it and Facts yeah yeah men that's dope though so you're laying down there. Well okay. This may actually makes me think of something really funny. So y- you know You know that one kid that went to our school that was like kind of a tweet but he kinda hang around like you know people. We hung out this He was in a grade above mine. Below yars very strange cat very strange guy. He is named nickname ramos. Skittles a so. This guy very tells me the story. So he takes. Like i dunno like three tabs of at no. He took a micro die. A micro dot dot is the little pink fucking rock thing. That's infused with lsd. You trip for twelve hours. It's fucking nuts. The only reason. I've i know yeah i the only reason i know what it is and the reason i took it is because he sold it to me out take one it was crazy. It was nuts and anyways he tells me so he takes at and he gets off in detroit because this day he decides. Hey man i'm gonna start selling drugs big and he robbed off. Her car didn't have a phone or like he had like a shitty phone. like smartphones. like you know piece of shit and so he takes this migra dot dropped off in detroit like the hood with this shitty. Phone doesn't have a charger phones near dead phone dies. He's walking around detroit to three a m just like asking people like hey can i use your phone is your phone and then finally like three He has a cigarette all has cigarette and is dead phone and he didn't use using the hood the ghetto and then some guy standing outside also happen to be smoking a cigarette. He goes up and ask for light sparks conversation and the guy ends up like you know up passing guy he can charge his phone. Ends up staying there the night and these people like it was like a trap. House their urged. That's what he said you know. It was probably some people are just fucking some nice people just like getting fucked up or something isn't a trap house. And he was on a micro dot but like the the mindset you have to be in to even even think about getting dropped off in detroit to become big time drug dealer. You know what. I mean on acid in this. This was like a pretty boy white kid. Yeah yeah he he. Looks like every like edgy. Like white actor in like a teenage like chick flick you. Yes yes looks like his name would be like fucking zeke or like. Yeah zack martin. Yeah some shit. Like that zack martin. Yeah zack martin. Trays best friend. What was that one. What was that one movie. That hadn't fucking dog and it just complain. All these sports airbud do remember airbud. I never was into the dog. Movies are talking about the commercial for that like was on every. I remember you ever watch snow. Dogs now married lost the dog movies on me and i didn't. I didn't realize that the snow dogs movie like coming right after that other dog movie. The other dog movie was like the main character was the dog i watched. I watched two movies. One of them was war and it was a frigging people. Sledding people cried. His name is snow dogs snow. Dogs mush Cuba gooding junior. They're going across the black guy marching marching. Yeah like mush the fucking twelve dogs. Okay i've seen as a good movie. I bet brian hayden. It's a movie. Yeah good yeah hell. Yeah and then boys and then but then there was a marlin me. I remember this girl. shutout medico. You cried in much school because we were reading. Marlene me and it was really annoying. And you really disrupted the class. I saw get over. Get over yourself to just getting i. Actually you're nice person if you're listening but you're not so if you're not fuck you if you are also this i. I was on hands other day. And i saw her. I right and i think in a match back yet on what hinch really for real exposing you for that. Okay well fuck you for not so. I've been yet all right. Oh my gosh go onto jerry all about saying shit you don't mean to say and say it's too late but yeah man i mean so. What are you doing for christmas any any big holiday. Yeah what are you doing I am the fabric. Christmas gonna for the day after and on the way down stopping obama with my boys saucy jazz. Central arkansas suggestion. He's my friend song to come out right now. feature on his tracks Once called creep in once called pain pain. Came out actually on friday lakes couple of days ago and Yeah and we stream. Together on youtube and So sappington bammer. We're going to shoot a video first time meeting this guy and i'm literally like like i talked to him probably like five six days out of the week. Oh okay so that's gonna be pretty chilling on. Yeah like we're like france. You know and i just said it's always like kind of like weird having online friends because you never know really. It's ever gonna like. I've the island friends like my whole life. I've always kind of just made them. And then i just lose them. Never see him again. This is my first time like meeting one. Oh man as now sixty years old. The fucking digs kidding. I mean if that's what everyone thinks when online friends you know what i mean. at least. That's what i i. But no dude. I totally get it. I mean if i can especially if it has you know if it's like trade of business related or whatnot. Is that what it is. Yeah we're sitting music video so health dominant meet him. I'm so happy because if you you're about to say that like you just met him me meeting with him. I was gonna feel so weird. Yeah you would have been like a dish you're welcome. I got your bags for all but you are shooting the music video so rushing music video. We're actually shooting to music videos. Hopefully dan that's going to be sick and like one for each channel and then i'm going to santa rosa beach with my family and my cousins are coming down for all. It's just gonna be me my cousins and my mom. My uncle and We this like forced horry frigging place in lake myong-chol mom just bought out and they took it down. Luckily there's some real shit. Yeah we're so they both. They both were just like so sickly being home for kobe. You know we gotta go on this vacation you know. And it's a family tradition hours to go down to florida and so we're doing it. Only half the families go on this year though because of covid gonna research mavericks gonna freaking like ham by the oil. You know there's like we have like a heated pool. Their does like a roof on the place in order to shoot another music video. Their damn bro begins some shit done to you down there. Yeah 'cause you know. Like i got actually second. 'cause i got the song called margarita. Bro and spacious mice close. The song cops are moving around so much. I've i've been. I've been moved around to if he was going to do something in my hand. So we had the same margarita. The that i am working on. It's pretty much dominates can be delayed the next probably single that release and I'm not sure the music video for it down there and it's going to be sick that'll be type of vibe is is it what it sounds like Yeah it's like dan. yeah yeah very spring break. It's about how you have. You ever thought about. Like pit bull. Yeah like like what is he. Whatever music is that it's part but like isn't it like does is that all he does. Does he have like a fan base. Like no one's like i did. I'm going to pit bulls pit bulls and anomaly man up about that he. I saw a thing You know how the show on like mtv advice or whatever like people like rappers history so the showed one of him and he used to sell like drugs or whatever in miami classic of course he did. Yeah yeah you're on drugs yet. He added up. Believe it or not yet dreadlocks or see the dreadlock pigtail very pit bull lisk asked but yeah man i mean yeah for christmas. I'm not really doing anything you know. Have fun. I will have on for you buddy. Thanks dude i appreciate it. Yeah philly pit bull is like basically you said he probably just the type of dude is like he how to like worker system. You know what i i. He's made these frigging these records that just go crazy somehow. Yeah i mean. I so i know that he he's like.

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There are other ways in which we've been failed. It's been a failure imagine nation in terms of we're women deserve to be. Altogether by both political parties. Hey. What's up welcome to in the this is a podcast about politics race and culture from a POC perspective. HORSA and I'm who do. Joining us from Laguna Beach California is Dr Michelle? She's a law professor at the University of California Irvine She's host of Ms Magazines on the issues podcast. She's the author of the new book policing the womb multitasker Michelle. Welcome to the show. Pleasure to be with you. So happier here and joining us from the other side of the country Santa Rosa Beach Florida is Mary Ziegler she's a law professor. At Florida State University she's a historian and author of the new book abortion and the law in America welcome Mary, and thanks for having me. So you get you get the idea of what we're talking about people talking about reproductive justice. And how women of color are too often criminalised in this country around the issue of reproductive justice and as you know, this is a very sweet spot for me like a very personal one But the first thing we're going to do is we're going to talk about this update with Briana Taylor case which has been for women. Just, not a slap in the face it's like we're getting pummeled. So. Just to recap the back story of Brianna Taylor back in. March she's a twenty six year old emergency. Medical technician was shot Multiple Times and killed when Louisville police raided her home last week a grand jury charged only one officer Brett Hankinson in the shooting for wanton endangerment. You know he was the one who's shots actually hit the neighbor's homes ripe. So Not Brianna Kentucky's Attorney General, Daniel. Cameron said that the officers had acted in quote unquote self defense. But as of this recording on Monday afternoon, he is yet to release the transcripts from the grand juries deliberations. On Friday Brianna Taylor's family and lawyers held a news conference. BRIANNA mother to make a Palmer released a statement. It was read by her sister who is Brianna his aunt her name is Bianca Austin. Undo camera would never do his job but what I do know is that him and countless others will go to bed sleeping with his face. Still hearing her say her name. Camera. Didn't feel her but it ended with the lack of investigation failed her the officer from told lies to obtain the search winfield her the judge who signed the search warrant field her the terrorists who broke down her door filmed her the system as a whole has filled her. You didn't just rob me of my m, my family, you rob the world of acquaintance. Acquaintance. Willing to do a job that most of us could never stomach to do a queen willing to build up anyone around her of. Who was starting to pay for? I hope you never have to know the pain of knowing your child. is in the and help. You're not able to give them. I hope you never hear the sounds of someone cry and begged for your child to get health and she never receives help. Those cries was ignored. I hope you never know the pain of your child being murdered a hundred and ninety one monroe own. To make. So. Michelle really. The question is, do you reform a system like that or? I mean it doesn't feel like you can reform a system that right here saying, Oh, right. The only officer we're going to charge the one who hit the neighbor's home some. You know we live in a society that begs best to suspend our intelligence Let's be clear about that because we know that she died her body riddled of bullets. And many people believe in the criminal justice system that what it does is to see something like that in the outcome, is that this innocent person? Sleeping in her own bed in the middle of the night. And essential care worker during these times that if she is hard, there is justice on the other side of it. But the criminal justice system engaged with black people's lives. Especially, black women's lives has historically been not rendered that last result, which is just as and that's historically. So so let's remember that historically police forces were slave patrols in the United States. The very same model of the is the same model of a badge from the sixteen and seventeen hundreds as a slave. The earliest policing laws in the United States, the earliest laws related to homicide made it not a crime to kill black people right so you could because black people were considered property. Pretty can't be killed SEC. These cases involving that weather was black people being maimed black people being murdered. Any of those things that white people were just not held to account for an even in the cases of those things that happen to be the most egregious horrific. Let's think about in it tells that still no conviction even after people admit to doing what they have done or the murder of the four little girls in Alabama, church, Sixteenth Street Baptist Church, and so many of the main with wire recording knowing exactly who did it no rest no convictions for decades. So in that historical light, we're still looking for a constitution that adequately fulfils its promise to black women well. Mary your thoughts. I think it's a good segue to what we're talking about today I think even with the say her name campaign it's so much easier to forget about what happens to black women in the justice system versus even two black men and I think that's one of the reasons this conversation is so important often when people talk about mass incarceration or criminal justice reform, they're not thinking about women and they're. Not Talking about women, which is one of the reasons Taylor story is so important but it's also a good reminder of how these criminal justice issues go beyond just the sorts of concerns about the police and about released violence and police brutality that we've all been talking about they go even into the sort of most intimate corners of our lives which are the kinds of things Michelle and I have been studying i. Knew it's. In the backdrop of what happened to be on a Taylor it wasn't until George. Floyd horrific. Murder that we all saw that then said, we'll left pay attention to Brianna Taylor too because recall that she was murdered weeks before he was. Rain you know and and it just takes that and it's so unfortunate that sort of devaluing of black women's lives such that it has to be an appendage to something else horrific happening for people to begin paying attention to the dairy and the harm of black women, and that's just historically been. So we've been several hundred years into this enterprise of a failure to take seriously and to honor the lives of black women the ways in. which their bodies have been abused through rape and sexual assault, the foundations of our nation and slavery papered over. But so real I mean in one example of that is think about Monticello literally the papering over of Sally hemmings bedroom. Yeah. So woman who has a Thomas Jefferson each her to France sired children with every element of s we've not yet dealt with Brian, our country emend literally her bedroom papered over turned into a best room God. INTIL Charlottesville right so it takes something like the murder of heather higher than. An a coming to grips with these issues in Virginia in order for there to be a reckoning at Monticello about the life of Sally Heaven and even the offspring of Jefferson, the black offspring of Jefferson, the please the efforts over decades and decades for their due recognition. You know it. All is a part of what has been sadly an American conspiracy to actually high what has happened to black, women Daesh. All right. I'm just saying that is an American conspiracy. In terms of WHO's writing the history and the policy, right? So many dots are being connected, and as we shift to discuss about reproductive rights, it really is all connected. It's in the work that both of you have done. Yeah. So her true spicer when sojourner truth says in the eighteen hundreds in her famous women speech most people remember it as a speech about chivalry. But it's actually in that speech he says anti bore thirteen children and near each one snatched from my arms and nobody heard my cry. But God anti wanted making those connections, but we still have to talk about the. Latest right with the supreme. Court. With the passing of Justice Ruth Bader GINSBURG president trump has already announced his nominee judge Amy Coney Barrett who is a judge on the seventh US Circuit Court of Appeals in Chicago and this was buried in two thousand and sixteen talking about Roe v Wade at Jacksonville. University I don't think abortion or the right to abortion is would change. Restrictions my think some of the restrictions would change. I think that's what we just saw last term. In the case out of Texas states after the criminal guys now. Affair and all of that states have imposed regulations on abortion clinics and I think the question is how much freedom the court is willing to let states in regulating abortion I think the question of you know the court has held. That in some circumstances. States can render partial birth abortion illegal very late term abortions i. think that's the kind of thing that would change I don't think the core case grows rose coral building that women have a right to an abortion I. Don't think that would change but I think the question of whether people can get very late term abortions how many restrictions can be put on clinics I, think that would change. So we talk last week right about the hypocrisy of Republicans pushing through nominee during election year right? It's an election year it's only weeks away. So we want to get into what the implications are of having a conservative nominee for Roe v Wade. So Mary you already tweeted out that Amy Coney Barrett's. Confirmation. Could in fact, mean the end of room. In fact, Mary in the first sentence of your book, you write quote with the Supreme Court likely to reverse Roe v Wade the landmark abortion decision American debate appears fixated on clashing rights and your book really complicates the idea that the Supreme Court is solely responsible for divisions over abortion rights and the backlash against it There are a handful of cases that may, in fact, reach the highest court of the country's soon, which will have a direct impact on reproductive rights and I just want to remind people that the essence. Of Roe v Wade. Is Privacy Bright Mary so Is this the end of road. Yet you saying it's the end of row. So what does this mean for abortion and reproductive rights for women particularly women of Color in this country if you're just saying this could be the end. This is the end of Roe v Wade. Well if you think about it, we already had a conservative supreme. Court majority. John Roberts is not a liberal savior. There's no real converts to the cause of reproductive justice among the courts conservative members as it was. So you can almost view amy conybeare it just kind of an insurance policy that reproductive rights will be overturned because. Yeah. Then even if you have say someone like John Roberts or you know someone else who kind of breaks ranks with the rest of the Conservatives, that's not enough anymore. It's also I think of all the court's members. If you look at he conybeare, she's been the most I think kind of vocal about her views being anti-abortion of the courts current members. Now, in some ways that doesn't really matter if you're opposed to reproductive justice because you're you know just whatever you're a misogynist or you're you're just conservative and you don't like me for some other reason, the outcome is the same but. We have less reason to doubt that she will kind of blank when the time comes it's it's a big deal in it's especially big deal for women of color. It's a big deal because Amy Conybeare, its presence on the court doesn't just extend to abortion. It also extends to contraceptive access. It extends to what's going to happen to the affordable care act, and as we know because of racial bias in this country whenever. There is less privacy and making reproductive decisions or whenever we get rid of things like the affordable care act that people who bear the brunt of that or women of Color Right? So historically, it's always been easier for women with money, and that's historically disproportionately been white women to navigate around any kind of restrictions that have been put in place that's always been much harder. I mean the the rate of deaths for. Black Women has always been higher on it was much higher before row than it was for white women we expect that to continue and I think maybe even become more pronounced I mean it's sad to say how little progress we've made when it comes to restore justice in this country. But then when the bill comes due for what it would mean to overturn Roe that that's going to be women of color paying the bill. Can I just ask and and and you know. People. I'm super honest on this show is actually had to abortion. So I, I realized now that my abortions happened just after Roe v Wade had been legal for about a decade so In the early nineteen, Eighty S. but when we think about this nominee, what is up just a moment please help me talk me down because I had to stop watching the handmaid's tale. And what made me stop watching? The handmaid's tale was when all of the women were told that they had to leave their offices because there were no more women allowed at work. So Amy Conybeare, it is a member of a particular conservative Christian faith group. It's called people of praise Newsweek reported that the group quote teaches that husbands should assume authority as the head of the household. In fact, her parents are members and her father was a coordinator of groups chapters in the south and that was reported by. NPR. So talk me down on. This does this matter at all when we're talking about women of Color Reproductive Rights? And the Supreme Court. I guess to me how much you WanNa Freak out depends on your time. So, if you really WANNA freak out, the history of the abortion debate would suggest that the anti-abortion movement is a whole. Even if you don't need to worry about specific faith groups are Amy Conybeare at the anti-abortion movement as a whole the goal has been to ban all abortions. The goal is not to overturn Roe v Wade that's like a waystation on the road. The goal is a right to life and the right to life. If you kind of follow the logic would mean that abortion is illegal everywhere right it's illegal in California it's illegal in Newark been raped. It's illegal if you're a minor of it's definitely illegal if you're a woman of color like that's the that's the end game. I think in the short-term though we still have a lot of conservatives who are interested to some degree in saving face justice. Roberts's in that camp probably bread Kavanagh's in that camp after the kind of disastrous confirmation hearings. Dr Ford has described you as being intoxicated a party. Did, you consume alcohol during your high school years? Yes. We drank beer. My friends and I the boys and girls. Yes we drank beer. I like beer still light beer and Amy Kuney Barrett might be in that camp to a lot of these people want to act as if they're not partisans even if they are and that doesn't mean that Roe v Wade is safe, but it does mean that it might take longer to unravel abortion rates and there's some hope in that because of course, the longer it takes the more uncertainty there is so then you. Might have, for example, retirements on the service side or deaths on the conservative side you might have court packing if that's a road, the Democrats. decided to go down. So if you're looking for kind of absolute certainty in the near term, we might not get the handmaid's tale now but we're gonNA get some kind of rollback of abortion rates but make no mistake that where it's going is an absolute prohibition nationwide of worship. Michelle all right. What's your take on the debate with and the potential of having another? I. Mean It's going to happen another conservative judge I just want to get your takes even after row there were challenges put in place for poor women, women of color with Hyde Amendment a series of Supreme Court cases that preference pregnancy, the state funding pregnancy, versus pregnancy termination even in the wake of data that we know that an abortion has a A. Shot. Even though we know that a person is fourteen times more likely to die by carrying a pregnancy to term in the United States than terminating it me, we really need to look at this for what at is you know when the State Says No, we prefer that you do this even though we know it's fourteen times more likely to kill you for women and women of Color. What is that? Place with those kinds of tomatoes I mean that really then places in context the very deadly nature of what the state is playing around with in terms of belives of poor women and women of color and I'd like to expound upon what Mary. So eloquently, put a before us to think about what the court will be doing with another conservative justice in terms of voting rights, criminal justice, the environment, all of these issues matter immigration rights, and that we must understand when we think about reproductive health rights injustice within a whole person's context, which that there are many different ways of undermining somebody's liberty and rendering them without the value of their person hood. Won't be just reproductive rights which are critically important. But what thinking about these issues in a holistic way means that we really are talking about Jim crow kind of politics mean United States, and we already see this in front of us when you have a government at quitting children ages. Yup. Separating them from their parents are up for people who are at meat packing plants that are riddled with Colbert nineteen to go back to. Work when you have a government that think that little of the wives of people have caller and that is Jim Crow. Now we can papered over with the fact that they're. Now we've gotten rid of certain swarms of discrimination in education. We see lingering effects still in housing. We still see the lingering effects of that still in boating though we still see the lingering effects of the reality is that for those people of Color. Who Have the means to somehow hopscotched? Over so many of the substantial barriers that have been put in place, not just abortion, but just living an equal life than everybody else in many ways are returning to a kind of Jim Crow Stassen. Hyperbole. That's real for all of the black women went to stand in line in Wisconsin during the pandemic summer in the primary to vote for hours and you know about Justice Ruth. GINSBURG. One of her last two cents was exactly about that. You know sort of underlying racism really with how the Supreme Court and. Supreme Court handle that which was to say if you want to vote and risk your life to do so we're not going to get right for you to be able to vote, and let's be clear in Wisconsin at the time of that. I, never though black people constitute six percent of that state, there were forty percent of the deaths. My name is Leah and I'm here to tell you about native deodorant because I, believe in using products that are clean and native has ingredients you've heard of coconut oil shea butter and Tapioca Starch. It's also Vegan and it's never tested on animals with over ten cents. Native has something for everyone. My favorite is citrus and herbal because it keeps me and good and feeling fresh while I'm bicycling around the city native is a risk free try. Every product comes with free shipping within the United States plus free thirty day returns and exchanges do what I did and make the switch to native today by going to native do dot com slash in the thick or use Promo Code in the thick at checkout and get twenty percent off your first order that's native dao dot com slash in the thick or use Promo Code in the thick at checkout for twenty percent off your first order. If we look at the history of reproductive rights for women of Color and for immigrant women there. Yeah. As you're saying, there are clear roots of racism in the antiabortion movement Michelle in your book which you first conceptualized. About. How the laws right many of these laws are from the quote unquote so-called war on drugs that have been constructed to police and criminalize pregnant women women of color in your introduction you start with this line. This is not a work of fiction although I wish it were right and you write while we may think of the handmaid's tale actually this is the United States or specifically Texas? When you recount the story of Marlisa, Munoz's in two, thousand and thirteen. Who is brain dead and decomposing and was forced by the state to state for nearly two months before she was finally taken off organ support after a legal battle the state literally had control of her body, her husband and parents had no, say there was no say because of quote unquote fetal protection. So that story so visceral, right it tells you you know the way in your book how you humanize the women criminalize victimized by these laws and we've been covering the recent reports of these forced sterilizations of immigrant women in detention. It's not a surprise. It is the natural next step we have in fact been screaming about this some of US journalists we've been talking about the sexual abuse that continuous in these places. And it's really nothing new for women of Color, for immigrants, black women for poor women, we go back all the way to slavery to Eugenics, in Your Book You Interview Loretta Ross Who's one of the leaders of the term in the movement reproductive justice who directly linked the attempt to control women with white, supremacy Patriarchy and actually let's listen to a clip of Loretta. Speaking with the Western states center well, the beauty of the reproductive justice framework is that it is the isolation of abortion from other social justice issues. And so it allows us to have the conversation about abortion. At the same time we're talking about white supremacy, our economic injustice of welfare rights or HIV, AIDS, or housing or police brutality. All the other things they go on in our community that are also human rights violations because it is like human rights base right work. and. So I think that. Is Our best ally right now than we have an intersectional inclusive framework that allows us to have conversations with people who are uncomfortable, maybe only focusing on abortion. Reproductive Justice has the right to have a child and Mac Avenue Child and Femina kids as we talk about it. So, that's really interesting because there was this photograph that I remember seeing as a young woman, it was in MS magazine and it was a woman. Curled up in a pile of blood after a botched abortion. And that was one of the things that made me become committed to reproductive justice but in your Book Michelle You actually call for Congress to enact a reproductive justice bill of rights that would hold those in power accountable and protecting women including Trans Women's Person Hood. So talk to us about this history of policing women of color in their bodies and about this bill that you're calling for. Well, thank you so much for that. So if we think about we do a thought experiment and I think it's really important to do this kind of thought experiment because we're so divorced from our history, which is you know to imagine where it's not just for an hour that we were to. Steve Women on an auction block stripped naked over people doing cavity searches of before they purchase them. And then to justify to themselves at this is okay because she's not a human being and she might be beaten on this auction block with her children. Would say, well, you don't have to worry about them either. Because they're not human beings just like a pig or goat or sheet is what? It means to be property. Now, if we had to watch that continuously for fifteen minutes in a movie, there would be some people ready to leave the theater saying that's gratuitous. That way too much. Oh my gosh. We had to watch fifteen minutes of that. But imagine a country that decides that it will enact laws and protect the people who actually engaged in that and that they do it not just fifteen minutes not just an hour not just twenty four hours, not just a week. Not just a month not just a year. More, than a decade and decades that flow into centuries regularly picking up the billet to on. These women their children snatching the children away from these women and these women have no recourse because their own children are not considered their children because property can't act children. And Property right in its that really important piece that then blows serves as a foundation our country. By the time we get to eugenics being legalized in in our it's part of the post reconstruction Yes S. how American memory I e. it's not a surprise. It's it's not a surprise and then you look at the anti-immigrant movement based on agenda that this is a line that span centuries without a doubt without a doubt. I mean, you can see what's interesting are the various forces that then enable this white supremacy, these forces that up until just a few years. Failed to apologize and recognized itself the American Medical Association, for example, deeply engaged in this practice right the American Medical Association becomes a vehicle for White supremacist who wants to keep black midwives and indigenous men, wives, and women out of reproductive health care. They enter being Mendes Force for lobbying with anti immigration policies. They even propose some of their old they become instrumental in states, eugenic policies. Well, they even become an active force and trying to get rid of black medical schools using interestingly enough the. Excuse that black medical schools allow women in so just can't make up this history and in nineteen twenty seven, you see the Supreme Court, essentially sanctioning all of this by upholding or Virginia eugenics law. Now, there have been eugenics laws already for two decades in the United States but by the Supreme, court's decision and nineteen, twenty seven but the bell date legitimize the forced sterilization of people who were considered to be unfit America night right I love when the law professors just drop the case numbers. Law School Mary what what are your thoughts? Yeah. I think what Maria said about the image of the white woman in blood that really speaks to something both Michelle and I have studied and I think one of the things that striking even in more recent history even on the pro choice site is how often the pro choice movement was really kind of willing to. Sacrifice women of color. One reminder of this rate is the recent sort of shift in the Democratic Party on the height amendment, the height amendment deals with funding, and of course who needs abortion funding will disproportionately low income women and that's disproportionately women of color. So when the Hyde Amendment was first passed the pro choice movement didn't fight it very hard. No part of. That was just naive. Take they assume the supreme, court would get rid of it. But part of it was because to some degree, they didn't care as much raid donors didn't respond to it because the donors were white in it didn't affect them and voters didn't respond to it because they were racist and didn't care as much about the women who are being affected. By it all of this was so true that support for the height amendment was part of kind of bipartisan consensus until twenty sixteen even as the Democratic Party became clearly the pro-choice Party. So when you think about you know progressives in this country until recently, there was a sort of consensus that progressives were pro choice but you know pro choice for whom right it wasn't. That that extended to two women of color or if it did extend to women of color that progressives were willing to fight for women of color right even. Principal thought that women of Color should have reproductive rights and reproductive justice. It was sort of well well, that's great but we don't WanNa lose, Roe v Wade or we all want to sacrifice to much don't. Exactly settle alert an afterthought, and you think about that even as we celebrate the ratification of the. Amendment, right. So bear with voting rights he see white women who consider themselves progressive yet engaging in racism and racist campaigns actually appealing to white supremacists in order to be able to gain the right to vote sort of the tradeoff being will put lack women to the to the background. We won't have the march with us, along as white women can secure the right to vote black women and indigenous women and land next women in Asian Women One day, we'll get there. Now. You know it's interesting because this Tuesday night is the first twenty twenty presidential debate. So we're recording this ahead of that. But we know that even during. The countless Democratic primary debates of the twenty twenty season. Reproductive rights just lacked extensive coverage, right? It only came up a few times and one of those times was only because Senator Kamla Harris brought it up herself. This is the sixth debate we have had in this presidential cycle and not nearly one word with all of these discussions about health care on women's access to reproductive health care, which is under full along. In America today. So they weren't even asking the question. So she's like, let's go. So now, we have two white men onstage Tuesday night. They've had problems there've been allegations very, very very let's just. Very different kinds of problems. Problems, we also have a white male moderator Tuesday nine. So White, the shining whiteness of. Trump has nominated a number of conservative federal judges and Barrett is confirmed like we said they'll be another conservative justices to Skoda's Biden says he wants to pass federal legislation to protect the right to an abortion, but he has flipped on some things and one of them which Mary has already brought up the Hyde. amendment. So let's get into this debate. How do you expect this topic to be covered in the debates and trump and bite in what are they gonNa say Mary what do you think I threw a lot your way well, I think if you start with the debate, I think trump has had a track record of wanting to talk more about abortion. Biden is seeming to pursue a strategy of thinking that abortion or reproductive justice shoes generally or sort of too divisive I mean on the merits who knows if that's right as a matter of strategy, it seems a little bit troubling that Biden seems to be prioritizing the views of say like white independence, which is presumably the group he's trying not to make uncomfortable over the views of the people of color who really Right. Black women who voted for. Exactly. Yeah. So I mean, that's a little bit. You know talking about abortion at all is, of course, a way of talking about women of color because women of color are the ones who are GONNA lose out the most Roe v Wade is gone and a reluctance to talk about that is a little bit creepy because it does bring to mind this sort of history of ignoring women of color when it comes to reproductive justice which the Democratic Party has been guilty of in the past in terms of what's going to happen I mean. To some degree, the Supreme Court is probably going to be extremely conservative and likely Undo Roe v Wade. Almost you know regardless of WHO's president unless we have some kind of court packing retirement by the Democrats, which, of course, introduces uncertainty. If trump is president, you can pretty much take it to the bank that you're GonNa have a pretty big rollback of abortion rights probably overruling of Roe, you're going to see continuing dismantling contraceptive access. You're probably GONNA see more conservative Christians in positions of power trying to limit access to other things like sex education, and like Michelle said, you're also gonNA see kind of undercutting of other programs like healthcare or. Employment Protections Employment Discrimination, protections all the things that make it hard for women of color who do want to have children to actually do it when they want to without facing kind of impossible life choices. So you're gonNA see more of that Michelle. Let's be clear. Annette wait to marry. Thank you so much for that which is that when of color will only be the canaries in the coal mine which is appointed I emphasize my book. So if we look at criminalization of pregnant women, it began as black and Latino women, but once you establish a pesident. Accelerate is on that precedent then white women become vulnerable to. Elevate where in the last few years, hundreds of white women arrested for endangering their fetuses under a law that was never intended for pregnant women along that was originally designed to try to deter folks who turned their homes into meth labs who were blowing up their homes in their trailers in. So legislators passed a law. A child endangerment law that which to discourage men from making mass in their homes but. Prosecutors go after. Pregnant women do the complicity of doctors but I WANNA go back to the debate question and even if you don't mind thinking back just a few years ago I know flipping back but I don't know. Because these things don't come out of thin air rights. Why in two thousand sixteen, where they're not questions about sexual assault and rape during the debates. Federal. Judge that said, we'll let this lawsuit go our where there is an allegation of rape against one of the candidates. Now, all of this time about emails but yet no questions about a federal judge saying, okay. This case involving an allegation of rape no questions. Any this has so much about our country and about the value of the lives of girls and women in the United States and of course, foundationally a nation that said, it was permissible for men to rape their y exactly. That would give them an out both criminally and also in civil law that it's okay to actually beat your wife. So long as the instrument US notes thicker than your thumb. So that is a foundation but also strategy to. So as folks are looking at this current. Nominee A- question should be raised about the opportunity that was had during the Obama Administration because let's be clear. This is not just a question about Merrick Garland. There was actually a deeper strategy. The Obama Administration could have been the one to say we're GONNA put forward another woman to and we're GONNA put forward another woman. And we'RE GONNA. Hug wore a black woman and we will dare you Senate Republicans and Senate. Democrats. Give her day. Yeah, and then you have a different kind of narrative and strategy going forward in terms of women getting in the street. Now you know instead who's going to get in the streets should have short for Merrick Garland America Lynnwood, kind of like so many other Supreme Court justices that we've had in the past but fashion had a woman not in given her do by Mitch McConnell. The marches that came in January and February. Yeah. They would have commented March and April and May and June leading to November, and so there are other ways in which we've been failed that they're not just Republican is a failure of imagination in terms of where women deserve to be altogether by both political parties. Now. Take this conversation. We're GONNA move onto our final segment. WHICH WE CALL BINGE WORTHY binging on. So, what's something that you've watched read seen something that you just kind of got your attention you know it can be an like a bird who appeared at your bird this weekend like me although I do have one of them about this share. So let's start with you Michelle real quick. What is something that you've been been gene? Well, right now I love Laguna beach and we have goats on our hills to lunch down some of this earth some some of this growth show that we don't get wildfires here. So I've been binging on hearing their bleeding and seeing them out my window. You know. Michelle is clearly clearly from my team young. With. Definitely. Your connects to nature. I look at birth. She looks at Goats Okay Mary something that you're binge worthy I'm bitching on the lack of tourists where I am. said that cove is officially over so we can all go back to bars with thousands of. And thankfully, all the tourists in Miami are insane and think that when the weather is actually decent in Florida, it's time to stop coming. So now I can leave my house without getting covid. So I'm benching I'm benching on the empty sidewalks the empty streets everything is empty. That's amazing. Well then. Gene on something you want to let us know but I'm watching all soccer documentaries and soccer reels on instagram. It's amazing to see all these skills and think that I'm still old enough to play the game which I do. US team. Mate. We're moving on Kenmore more Latino Tinos. All right. What about you? Maria what about you I binging on a TV show that actually touches on these issues I was looking for something a little light. It's called Green Leaf. To Return. That Could have in your bag. Promised me. You're not hit us so discord in the fields of my piece. To see a two-month. You on a path be my equal. ASPARTAME up please Lord Giveth Taken -ly. Church has deacons for a reason checks and balances you seem to be only interested in the chance. To black production and it deals with incest sexual abuse rape, the Church I mean. It's a hot mess with these megachurches in the south, but it's an all black cast and it's really really great acting. So that's what I'm gene. All right. Well, thank you so much Dr Michelle Goodwin law professor, the University of California Irvine and Mary Ziegler Law Professor at Florida. State University thank you so much for dropping so much wisdom in this episode of in the thick with Hulu and me thank you so much for having US yeah. It was a lot of fun. 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"The phone rang. Podcast is a deer media production. Welcome to the absolutely not podcast where we do the most in the lease at the same. Damn time. I'm your host. Heather McMahon Ladies and gentlemen common from basically her deathbed. It's your girl. Had McMahon reporting live from Los Angeles? It's the absolutely not God cast. Hope you're feeling better than I am today. I'll tell you what I'm coming off a three day bender not proud of it but I gotTa be honest about wearing Matt. WanNa say thank you all the love and light that everyone sent me this weekend. I am. Let's do a little recap. I went to hang out with my girls in our adult sorority Pi Kappa Pasta. And we did a little mini reunion. Minneapolis this weekend. Never been to the twin cities and I'll tell you what it's like Gemini twin okay. The people are so kind but then they poison you at night. Or here's a thing. I don't drink that much. I know that like that's the first thing you say when you stand up at your I like. Aa Meeting is guy. I don't drink that much but truly like I'm on the road I'm working my ass off. I'm not the kind of galax sits at home as glass of wine by yourself right. I fly into surprise all my girlfriends and my mom for this trip this weekend. But they've already been like having dinner so I just wolf back like three Margaritas real quick and then I only drink beer the rest of the night and maybe I know somebody said I had six shots. I don't believe it but then again like that's my. Denial and I woke up on Saturday with truly one of the worst hangovers. Ever we went to this place for Brunch and I you know when you get that wave. You're like okay it's happening. I don't know if I'm going to ship my pants right now. Or if I'm GONNA vomit like I wasn't proud of this. I hadn't had this level of hangover since Freshman Year of college. I didn't know what was happening. Was An outer body experience. My equilibrium was off and of course in my mind. I'm thinking. I only have three Margaritas in two years. But what my body's rejecting this I'd run to the bathroom and my girlfriends are like Oh shit. She's not to be sick. A woman follows me into the bathroom and I'm looking at her and I'm literally in my pajamas at Brunch. Like sweating and I'm waiting in line girls like Oh my God have their i. You know I love falling. I'm so sorry but I don't know about myself or throw up. This isn't the moment you know what I mean like. I felt like she wanted to Southie and I was like this is. This is the most raw real embarrassing moment in my life. I'm about to vomit and this very public bathroom and this woman is like trying to catch conversation. So if you're listening Ma'am I just want you to know. I'm so genuinely sorry. Hope you don't think I brushed you off or is being rude but I was actually having a full blown hangover panic attack so I hope that you forgive me and just know that. In that moment I was living my truth and I'm not proud of it. Okay so the whole day. I'm like guys I can't live like this I i. I haven't felt like this. This was the Lord. Humbling me telling me. Heather you need to pump the brakes. You do a little self care you need a you know relax you can't you can't hit like us too so I go to this place. Which is a fucking hydration station. Okay and I'm like I'm going to get one of those banana bags. If anybody is a doctor you know a banana bag. All the doctors do it. There hung over at the hospital. You get a little you know. And it's just some task Tim. Sodium magnesium. It's your electrolytes. They called a banana bag. Because it's it's yellow. Why not of course me? I'm always trying to take things to the next level. I got a banana bag. But then we added a little something in it. Hold on I'm GonNa pull up exactly what it is 'cause this fucked me up and I wanna I WANNA do is heed the warning to all the other people out there that this the feeling that I felt after I got this was one. I can barely even describe like I'm sweating. I'd be talking about it. Okay so you can get the gist. That they're rehydrate Shen. Iv Bag and honestly. I did a poll on instagram. Once whether or not these were fucking bullshit and a lot of people say like listen if you're really dehydrated like so you have the flu. The stomach bug you're hung over and you're low and electrolytes in a banana bags. Great because it will replenish you. But if you're one of those people who gets in like two or three times a week it's not necessarily you're just GonNa pee it out. That seems be the general consensus from most medical professionals. They're like if you're not deficient in those nutrients than your body can absorb it in. Just get rid of it. Why was like literally the corner of like rape and regret? I was like in a dark hole. It's not coming out. I still had a whole weekend and I had one of those a dull moments where you know even if you're hung over as an adult you still power through the next day. It's like mind over matter because you think I'm thirty two. I've only got probably you know forty five more years on this earth. You you realize near Thirties. You Got Shit to do. It's at innate deep guilt that adult guilt. You're like I. I'm behind on my taxes. I can't be hung over even if my body is physically rejecting whatever I did to it last night. I have to pretend like I have to put on a sweater. Put on a serum and go to a farmer's market at one PM and just dry heave over the produce but at least it feels like. I'm doing something to check off the list of errands that I have for that day. Okay so I get the banana bag. But then they add glutathione. Which is the body's master detoxifier? So I get this and all of a sudden after I get the banana bag. Usually it's instant like all right if you're hung over you're like art. I feel refreshed. I didn't take nap now. Take a shower. You're good to go. My skin felt like it had fucking ants with tap shoes dancing all over it. I was balling. Don't do cocaine but I felt like I was on all of the canes so I get back to though Dalmatia. I'm going to try and lay down. I literally fetters. GonNa have a full blown panic attack. This wasn't like the hangover scary. This was like I just put something intervening in my arm and I'm concerned that it's about to kill me. So he called back the Hydros plays and I gotta be honest with you. You guys the guy you did the needle I couldn't tell I thought when when I was in the back room and he was like putting them back together. I thought there was a dog Kennel next door because it smelled a little like wet dogs in the room and then I realized when the man was taking the the bag in the needle out of my arm it was just him. You know what I mean. We were like. Is there a pet store next door but then I realized it was just this guy so when I look back on this whole situation that should have been a red flag at first like? I don't know what this guy you know and I'm not a judge. He was kind of Norwegian looking at a lot of TAT's you know we had but his lips were very dry. Actually when I think about it. This man had very method chapped lips and didn't have the best hygiene a why I went through and let this man can like put a needle in my arm and I realize it's a moment in my life where I'm the baby back pitch when it comes to like authority. Look if a doctor comes in. I don't have the authority to be like you know what I actually disagree with your medical diagnosis. Like I just take it. They're like hey we need to remove both your legs in both your ditties. Yes Sir for the greater good of the medical community like I just don't know how to stand up to people who have medical degrees and I know that that's probably something that I need to figure out personally but I get bamboozled and bullied with anybody in scrubs like somebody could come up to me. It could be crackhead on the street. But if they're in scrubs and they put a gun to my head they're like. Give me all your money's I'd like of course. Yes yes Dr Brown. Of course you know what I mean like I would just get got and and I don't know if it's because another hypochondriac like I don't know what it is but all I want you to know is when I listened to that podcast Dirtyjohn podcast. Which by the way I fucking hated it. Don't waste your time on it but I would have been that woman sort of bamboozled by the scribes who had no job and if you know what I'm talking about you know what it is like what is it. Also if you WanNa rob me you now you now just come in Scrubs. 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Yeah Oh my top girls need to know who he is. So Tommy had been get lake conversing with my girlfriends the whole weekend. And they're like listen. We're throwing surprise Bachelorette party for other. Even though they were worried because at dinner that night I was like y'all I think I was poisoned by the IV man. He smelled like a dog Kennel. Like what the fuck am I gonNa Jude? There's no way to make it out tonight. And they were sweating like fuck. We've got heather's third grade boyfriend coming like they had this whole thing planned out so tell me needs to be in the in the lobby of the hotel dude. I'm so sorry I don't think I can go out tonight like I've never felt this bad my life. He's like no no it's fine. Listen hair the dog so this point. I'm not one of those people who can like I get sometimes rally and then I had this moment I was like I looked him in the eyes and I was like. He's a very attractive man. I was like all right. I gotTa do this for my girls. Like I gotta go out with my girls and try and find Tommy a wife and one of these girls husband. I gotTa do it. I'M GONNA rally so I will down. Now gimme out a warm warm. It's actually lightly Chill Gossiping on a wire which I know what you're thinking if you're nursing a hangover right now you're like oh I could not do it. Honestly guys a little Mayo Me Pinot noir and hit brought me back like I just had one and I was like fuck it. Rip The band. This is eleven thirty at night. One of my girlfriends. Like hey come on up. We're going to just change getting something more comfortable. Bring Tommy up to one of the sweets and I'm like is that weird that I'm bringing him like sweet with fifteen women like does he think there's going to be gang bang. I don't think he would be against it. But he's like a really classy could guy whatever so I bring him up there and they opened the door really slowly and all of my girlfriends from this. Pike. Appetizers sorority had hopping wigs on and they threw a surprise. Bachelorette for me. I fuck in panicked now. Need you to know something. I don't like surprises. I live to surprise people. I've said this before my love language is time and like surprises. But not when it happens to me like I want to hang out with you but if you jump out of a Bush I will shut down now. The girls had called Jeff. And you know 'cause they got like some cute Bachelorette questions like you know. When was the first time he fell in love with their etc? All that bullshit. Jeff told me that I just need you to know. Heather will shut down for example five years ago. Jeff didn't think he was gonna he was pulling this whole thing he didn't use can be able to make it to my birthday. He flew out in surprised me. He walked into a restaurant. All of my friends alike. Surprise Jeff's here I look Jeff Dead in the eyes and I couldn't figure out who he was so I'm literally standing than I go. Why are you guys yelling and literally like it? It's Jeff and I go. Who is that man like? I had a fucking stroke and Amnesia had no idea. Do you know what I'm talking about. Yeah I looked at him and I could not do the face facial recognition I was like. I don't know who this person that helps face blind. Yes that's what I am. It's a real thing I had that. So he standing there and then literally my girlfriend Mary. Beth goes heather. It's it's your boyfriend and I. It came to wait a minute. Oh my God. I've had sex with this man is what I said out loud and he was like Fuck Heather Ch- so I realized that that's what I have when I get surprised. I have whatever you said face blindness blindness so these girls opened the door. And it's like fifteen in my best friends and I've just been at dinner with them like dry heaving in the corner and they all have wigs on and I could not recognize any of their faces so my girlfriend can is as the door opened and I refused to walk in the door. Because I'm having a panic attack. Look like a real panic attack. They get those but it was more of like a m I about to be robbed like. I don't know what was happening. So the footage that they got put it up on instagram. The facial H is like sheer fucking terror. So I'm looking at them and I cannot figure out who anybody is even though I was just with them fifteen minutes ago downstairs and they knew they were warned. Just said she's GonNa Shut Down. She can't handle it. She has faced blindness. And I'm literally standing there. You know in your body up like your ass. Cheeks clench and your calves buckle and you just can't move that's what happened to me so I'm bracing myself in the doorway of this fucking hotel room just like no. My mom has to push me in the room. It was like somebody was pushing me into like like a lion's cage. I did not know what was happening. And then it took a second and I just go. Oh my God and then ice cream Tommy's year this guy like leaked in Tommy's like I'm in on it and I was like what faulk and then I started sweating profusely at in that moment. I got such a like a spike of adrenaline. That they like hand me like a white cloth I just fucking chug dead and then I was back to the races baby but it was literally my third Grade Boyfriend. Tommy and like seventeen and my best friends and we went out and we had the time of our life however guys. Minneapolis has wild. People are so great. The food scene is so great like I am here for the twin cities. We let this bar. I believe it's called Cowboy. Jax We walk out and I'm not even kidding you. We must have missed the gunshots. My point three seconds. There were two bodies on the ground. I am not making light of this situation. I'm just letting you know this was my fucking wild ride. So I has seventeen girls with fucking hot pink wigs on my third grade boyfriend and I walk out to an absolute CSI crime machine. The cops just pulled up the tapes up people or screening running through the streets. And I'm like Oh my God so I get into Mama bear mode and I literally like roll-call I need a head. Count a girlfriend sage. Who'S FROM BOSTON? Sages dark moments where she can dislike honesty. And I BLAME SAGE SAGE. A religion this podcast. You're the reason. I think you bought me sick shots. I don't WanNa claim that but I really do blame you for a lot of my problems in my life but sage just kinda got really serious and she was like. I need to go over there and investigate I was like sage. You're not a fucking cop shows. I I just need to see some things. So sage walks over there like man get back and she's like she's in her fucking wig with a t shirt that says a girl gang on Ed and sages just like yeah yeah Just when I thought and like what are you. What do you mean just what you thought? She's like cracking the case in her mind. I've got two girls. Were screaming. Just mass pandemonium in the streets. And I'm like we gotta get the Fuck Outta media. We have to run like three blocks down the street because now the cops have blocked off all the streets. Uber drivers are refusing to up. I've got A P I'm like. What did we just see? And then I'm like wait a minute. This just fucking happen. We can have the fucking perp running down the street with us. We didn't saw the crime. Thank God we found out the next day that the two gentlemen who got shot did survive. They are in critical condition. They're in the hospital but I was just like what the fuck habit moral the story is. Don't get an IV bag. When you're hung over I don't know absolutely not to just God testing me. He said you know a bitch. You thought you can hang you. You're GONNA come surprise. People will the joke's on you the surprises on you. You need to take a weekend off. You need to relax. You need to quit doing the most and do the least but I am actively to find Tommy. A wife so ladies if you are single fly miss. Dm's Tammy Barcus And it was just great and you know what I gotta say this absolutely yes. I feel like when you're at least for me because I don't I like surprising people and I like entertaining when things happen to me. That are not planned. I think that's why shut down a little bit because I to be in control of the situation right. I just felt though that these girls wanting they're like heather we knew you'd hate the surprise but we just thought this was so funny and I had the best time and I feel so richly blessed to have a group of women who physically hold me up. I'm on talking like literally weakened at Bernie's they just kept sunglasses on my face all night and held me up because I was like. I can't make it but I'm going to do this for. Y'All and I think as adults as we get older especially female friendships and I was talking about this with my girlfriends recently. You know it's interesting when you break up with girlfriend like a real dear girlfriend. It's like a divorce truly and I think that women just have a deeper connection right. We can connect on a spiritual cellular level. I mean fuck. We all in having the same period and I've had a couple of bad female breakup in the last like five years and I'm sure a lot of it stemmed from the distress around my dad dying. I was just in a different place right and I probably couldn't be there for them and they couldn't be there for me and I still feel bad about it but you know and also we learn we grow. But it's very interesting little group that we have PICA PASTA and we're going to do another trap and we're an open it up to everybody. It just so happened that these girls at sign up for the original trip and and we're all best he's now so it's an inclusive group. Not An exclusive group but I just one of those cool hominids like I was on the flight back to La hysterically crying. I mean was. It was coming off a three-day hangover. Whatever poison that. The Norwegian man with tattoos put in my system for sure but I was hysterically crying on the flight. Just being like I. My heart is so full to have a group of women in your thirties. When you get into your thirties you can usually count like three bad bitches on your hand and we all come from different walks of life in different cities. This isn't like everybody's from like what am I. Delta Games is from Mississippi this is from DC molly from DC. We got girls from Detroit. We got girls who live in Europe. We've got a girl from Nashville. I mean everybody's everywhere we got carry out in frigging what you call it the Noma anyways. I just say that to let you know that we're cross continental But I don't know it just I was just really truly love my friends so much and I felt like my girlfriend went. He said Heather. We wanted you to feel celebrated going into this fucking wedding. There's all this pressure. And you know you gotTa have these parties all this bullshit and they were like. We don't want you to worry about anything we wanted to surprise you. And have you feel celebrated and I think when you're an entertainment. I'm always the one who's on. I'm always the one who's like okay. I've planted I'm entertaining. I'm you know I gotta make sure everybody else feels good and it was just one of those moments where they like force me to sit back and be silly and to feel like okay. They're they've gone it. I don't know I hope this translate. This probably sounds so fucking cheesy but from the bottom of my heart I feel so blessed to have to be an adult like a real adult. Where like I pay taxes. You know in could get audited at any moment. I think that's where I'm at you and your twenties you ten million get audited. But you like you know if you Kinda like disappeared. They'd be like all right. She's twenty eight but in your thirties. Jail time you know what I'm saying and I just know that those bitches would bail me out. Is the moral of the story. Absolutely yes to just live on the fucking edge and you know what? I needed a weekend as much as I needed a weekend. Like go to the ranch in Malibu and just eat granola and hike ten miles. I also needed a weekend to end. Up At some sketchy. Hydration bar possibly be a part of CSI an investigation and eat pizza at six? Am with my third grade boyfriend. You know what I mean. That's the weekend I needed to re fill my heart with that girl. That girl power is true. Sometimes you just need a weekend with girls plain and simple plain and fucking simple okay. Now that I've recapped that I'm alive. I will tell you though I keep these pedialyte backwards in my purse and I just found one and I just threw it in in my water bottle. Marty film like a New Person. Pedialyte spinach dip from Hill stone also known as Houston also known to south. Beverly Grill also known as honor bar also known as R. D. Kitchen in Santa Monica. You know it if you've got a hill stone Houston's any of those in your life get a spinach dip as wanting to get after this on the record. This spinach dip so between the pedialyte. May Spanish. I'M GONNA be fucking a okay and that's where rat so I don't know I hope this podcast episode. You guys are not GonNa on me from my recap learned a lot. I've learned a lot. Y'All I've learned a fucking lot. I have. I'm growing and expanding. I'm also in Pisces season. And I've said this before but when you're a pisces. And you're in your season. I just feel like I'm a sponge and I'm absorbing you know I'm going to exercise band I'm growing. I'm stretching I'm contracting. I'm restricting. I'm like I'm going through it in a positive way but I also needed this weekend to have that severe of a hangover to be like. Wow mamie let's not show up to a party and try and catch up with everyone. Also I did love like the ten messages I got people inviting me. Joined there a program. Thank you so much of you know me if you come to my shows. I don't really drink. I mean I drink Avocados wine every now and then but I'm not a at again. I know as soon as I said that like as soon as those words came out of my mouth. He's going to make the first step is saying that you don't drink a lot but I don't I really don't and even my girlfriends like heather. You're not a huge drinker. So that's probably why you went down a downward spiral like you know. On a scale of one to two full deceased. I was emboldened by Sunday. I was fully embalmed. Like they had already prepared my body. They were giving me my last rights and that was that like. That's where I was but I needed that to a check myself be have some you're hung over and you're laughing so hard like everything's funny but again. I apologize to the woman in the bathroom and on that restaurant for Brunch. I'm so sorry I didn't mean to be rude but I didn't know what was about to happen to my body and there's no worse feeling than being grown ethanol and being like I could shed myself right now or I could throw up and I'm still one of those people that have i. God forbid have to get sick. I cry and call my mom. Do you know what I mean like. That's for sure what I do. Also side wanted to say this real quick. This group of girls have invited my mom and my godmother Angela into their group and it is literally sparked like they love hanging out with these older women in my life and I just find it so refreshing. I was like guys. Thank you so much for letting my mom and my grandmother mother tag along to these like wild girls begin their like. Are you fucking kidding me like heather? Your mom was three. Am doing curiosity the other night. And you had one rough night Geneva Fuckin- hang like we'd rather you not come on the Strip and just hang out with your mom and I'm like honestly touche but I just think it's cool when you get older and then like your your friends become your parents. Robin even looked at me. Heather thank you so much for letting me be a part of this Mike Fuck Imam. They want you. They don't WanNa fuck it. Hang out with me. I'm over here crying in the corner because I got a bad. Iv Robin has six balls. Chianti is taking her top off at a Karaoke bar. Oh I will stay side. No we went to this place called the Mousse and it's very mid Western. Minneapolis is a fucking vibe. Everyone's like good looking. But like you know still approachable like also lays single lot of hot guys in Minneapolis. I'm just throwing this out there. And they're all kind of lumber sexual little bit of flannel a little bit of north phase. Little bit of facial hair but like I feel like they've all got big dicks understanding this out. They're not that big. Dick is like Nestle which you need but I just felt like you know when you walk by someone's pants and it just feels warm. That's like I was like okay. I get it I get it so anyways I just feel like it's great Sunni and people need to check it out but we did go to this one Curio Jabaar and this woman kept cutting my mic off. This was the night that I got really intoxicated. We were singing like Oh yeah. That's long from of Carrie. Underwood Doug Mackie into the sad of his that. Why apparently was going off? You know off script if you will and then in between like you know the bridge I would say things like just say you know if you cheat on me I will cut off your penis and send it home to your mother because I know where she lives. The woman who was running karaoke he was like just shut off my mike she was like you're done and you're not allowed to get it back on stage so anyways that's where I met in my life. I want to hear what APPS y'all are getting into. We're about to hit the hotline. Also it has been so much fun getting back into these voicemails because just when I think my life's in shambles and I need to get my life right. Geologists made me realize I'm doing okay. So let's get into the voicemails and Thanks for indulging me in this. This little minneapolis trip heather. This is Lauren from Atlanta My absolutely not as when you're waiting tables or not even waiting tables but just going out to eat and your server comes up and she goes. How's everything tasting? I don't know if you WANNA try it like. I'm sorry you're mad at your server for asking you how your meal is. She was just trying to find a more sophisticated way of saying like. How's the food? Has everything tasting? That's what she's upset about. That's what you said about. Who has time in their day? How's everything tasting? Does she not like the word taste? Is it like a moist situation? People get very upset when I say moist and I fucking love saying moisture. The only person I know who doesn't say like a hate the word moist. Yeah I'm like guys that doesn't bother me. It's moist whatever. Don't you love a moist cake? Yeah you describe you know Pastries as not dry. Say they're moist. You WanNa Moist Croissant. No ma'am no ma'am. I'm sorry no I disagree with you. Look inward that was look inward. Yeah also she said. Don't you hate it when you're waiting? Tables never waited. A table dated her life. I can tell you that. Yeah this which never waited a table. One sitting there being like ill. Did you really come to ask me? How my food is tasting? How dare you look in the eye ski going? Find out the truth all right. Hi Heather this is Lauren. One of your fellow Pi. Kappa hostage haven't met yet Ooh anyways my best friend is having her BACHELORETTE party in Scottsdale and I say absolutely yes he you coming and being our house on inclusive all inclusive trip. We'll get the wine will wine and dine you and obviously the Pasta will be there. Anyways WE DISCO soon. Yes wait. This is amazing. Okay we need to okay. I'll reach out to them on instagram. Absolutely I will come be a Haussmann. Can I be honest with you? Like you know we call it a Sorority this. Apapa thing and again we little group this little gang that we've created but I think if you didn't if you weren't in a Sorority Tamimi Sorority was so much fucking fun. It was like all these different women from all different walks of life and we just got together and like partied and did philanthropy work and just like had it was like a forced friendship right. But then you you just have a great time. I think people who haven't been in Greek life like when I moved to. La People were always like. Oh my God have your sorority. I'd never see that I'm like what the fuck does that. Mean like. My sorority experience wasn't me standing around circling. You know where your stories is actually stripped down your clothes and like circle your fat. And they're like these are all your flaws. Like I wasn't Hades gave me gifts. We went to bars and went to parties. I went to Mardi Gras with minorities we had a sense of camaraderie. You know and so I just feel having these other like we call it a sorority but it's just a confined to have a group of like like minded women who just want to get together and giggle like there is nothing better than a girl. Giggle doomsaying Michelle when you get with your girlfriends. And it's just like a deep guttural giggle. Nothing better nothing better and literally when I was like checking into the hotel. Minneapolis and our sweet front page. Who LIVES THERE? She made his cue boxes and the ad like matching tee shirts. Doxa candles are like just moments like I love girl Shit Lee. Being a girl sometimes is so much confront on the other end of that I thought about you know if I thought about maybe when I retire going back to the University of Mississippi and being the house mom for my sorority. You know Javid. This point has left me for younger woman. I would tell them to go fuck himself and then I would just move into the Delta Gamma House would become the house mom and then I just sleeping with the young high twenty two year old boy. Do you know what I mean. I love that for you. Thank you I really and I told Jeff I said listen if you fuck this up. That's where I'm going. I'm going back to my grassroots. I'm going back to University of Mississippi. I'M GONNA fuck really hot like signifies and that's me and he said Babe will add that ends like our legal pre-nup paperwork before marriage like if if if you fuck up jobs that's where I'm going and you can't stop me like you know what I mean. And he was like I get fine. Live your truth but yes girls. Will I come Scottsdale if I can figure it out on my schedule I will absolutely be the house mom because I've already laid in bed at night and thought that this is a future career for me? I would love to look over every one you know. I always carry a safety kit with me. I realize like I am ready for motherhood in a sense where because I've been on the road so much. Extremely savvy packers. So I've got. I've got three kids in my book bag at all times that have every kind of medicine you could imagine every kind of wipe every kind of thing we've got a serum we've got it all also side note. That was the funniest thing when I hit rock bottom this weekend. You have seventeen girls. And they're like I said the word caboodle. You know like your makeup kit. We had every kind of drug. You could imagine every kind of prescription drug every kind of like wink. You can imagine I mean if you had an exit flare up a yeast infection a Ham. Royd and ADHD. We had you fucking cover. What does she need to? She needed? Zo Fran what's that like anti nausea? Take that to have a Benadryl. Then we're going to give you like a five milligram at all like one. Am so you can bounce back. I'm like this is fucking nuts. Those girls you knew if you're on a trip with a guy if I if I ever needed anything I'm like he he needed to go on. Jeff's little on DOPP Kit on Mike Jeff. You have news for nine years like what's News. Sporran whole you know Mike Jeff. Do you have three band AIDS. My boyfriend went onto trip a couple of years ago and didn't bring any pants. We just no pants no pants because he forgot. Yeah just didn't cross his mind to pack anything to wear on his bottom. Half was buddy men duty. Yeah where I'm over here. I'm like what are you need? Okay I've got I've got A. I've got a track of hair. I've got clip in extensions a glitter thong fourteen pairs of underwear for fourteen years of underwear and I literally have like the cure for. Cancer is somewhere in my med kit. Also you know it's funny these bitches like with the Bachelorette Party. They bought all these condoms. And so I don't know if somebody pulled a prank and they put all of the condoms in my book bag and my purse you know the scene for bridesmaids were Melissa McCarthy. She's like I put a fucking loaded gun in Anne's back as she's on her way to the are my. Rudolph scared her on her way to the Fucking airport I swear to God that happened. 'cause I get on the flight. I'm putting my person. The overhead Bin and two condoms fell out and it was one of those moments where the old eighty behind me psalm and she and I both locked eyes and I stepped on him immediately and I was like. There's no recovering and so I just picked them up and I looked at her. I go it was my it was Bachelorette weekend and she was like. Oh I'm sure you've fucking Hussy and I wanted to be like listen Ma'am I don't use condoms JEB. Because like I'm honored control. Also he's like my husband and I you know what I mean. I kind of wanted to go like defensive. I don't even use these and then I realized if I was going to say that it makes me sound even slutty or and I had my ring on. It was just a whole thing so to the girls who just shove colleague. I'm finding condoms everywhere. I opened my Miam- carry on and there was just like condoms everywhere. I was like great. Okay well you know what jokes on me? Okay let's get to the next voicemail. Hey Heather President From Alabama and Birmingham and we barely know each other. Frankly like my friend. Maybe you're guys on the way down that John was great so each in Santa Rosa thirty eight thirty in absolutely not for ear. Okay again to absolutely key not ever stand in front of me with thirty solid minutes of instagram posts and jumping. I just WANNA look at the water. I just came like I'm just trying to be here are having some wire todd. I don't like change every donkey bathing thirty minutes. Heather what was your name again or is it Chris. I one hundred percent agree with you. If you don't follow the account. Instagram are influencers in the wild. It's so fucking great. Let me tell you. There is so many influence or moments where we were in Asia where these women the Russian women specifically with these like banging bodies would just be hanging like where we were on a boat for the day and they would just literally not even go snorkeling they would just stay on the edge of the boat and thongs and take photos. And I've got a little you know. Chris knows how to get my angles and take photos. But I'm the opposite of an influence like I'm over there. Just like drinking a Pina Colada Talkin Shit you know what I'm saying it's too much effort. I don't know how people do it. You know what I feel you girl one thirty as Santa Rosa Beach. Absolutely beautiful. It's a secret Florida it So I see you. You probably were sitting down yet. A nice bottle whispering angel. You probably went over to Modem Market at seaside Florida. You went and got that really good tuna fish out. I I don't know what's up with the shrimps out on the tuna salad mode of governance the fucking best and you're sitting on the beach ready to have your snack and your bottle whispering angel and then you've got to watch you know some grown in Madison in her Tangerine Bong to take in shots. Here's a deal. The best is when I see like a mom take photos because my mom used to have to video me when I do all my crazy character videos but they were funny but like if my mom was evacuated. Jake sexy photos right now. My mom like get the fuck Outta here. No girl I feel you know. Pdp peer to peer. Maybe we have this moment where it's like. Hey can you not? Can you go down to the beach like eight minutes? I don't WanNA stare at your ripped body. You know what I mean. It's like if I saw 'em rata no hate no shave but if I saw her on the beach taking photos I would just basically t find to breaks tied into my feet and then just like walk into the ocean and be like. I'm done you know what I mean. That's an assault. Look I'm a feminist? But also like do. I have to stare at your perfect body. I'm just over here trying to eat my to fish salad and like drink about wine all right next question high however this is Ashley calling from Kansas City Missouri. Couple of things. I know you like to keep these quick but I I have an absolutely yes in an absolutely not. Absolutely yes women. The women female the female. I Adore you and when I'm having the worst day you always pick me up I lo to give you a shoutout because you deserve to know that my number two absolutely not sitting or excuse me not sitting squatting and peeing in public restrooms. I get it I get it. You're knocking at the current of IRS. From pulling out one of those protective layers and sitting down. Because when I go in there I don't want to have to sit in your P. Okay I hear you on this. I hear you on this. It was so funny. Jeff Justice Nordstrom and we were there was like a single stall bathroom and he I went in there and then he came out and then he went in after me was like why is your seat. I was like because the woman before me fucking squatting and Pete everywhere and so then I had to squad too. 'cause I wasn't gonNA I wasn't going to you know what I mean which I probably should have just taken one for the team in white down the seat. It was a whole thing I it wasn't until about three years ago. That actually started sitting on public toilets. Is that weird shall do sit on public toilets. I do mainly just because I don't really have the strength to that long. 'cause that's that's your weakness that your law. Yeah Okay I hear you ask sisters P P we do need to you know. Lock up the bathroom. It's wild I remember even when the story house there'd be days like women can be Kinda fucking filthy. They really can like women. Were men are gross but women can kinda be filthy so you know what this was. A great little lesson learned here. If you're to squat. I hate designed in the heavy tank. Sadie sweetie wipe the CD. You know what I mean to viewers Xenos and like an office building. And you're like this fucking skin but BP maybe we need to start walking down the toilets you know what this is. Actually what would be great? Y'All need to go out to like Walmart. Get the CLOROX wipes the little to go. Packs keeping your purse severe and a bathroom? Wipe it down with a little florax and then that way your skin's going get the bleach on it. So there's NO WAY CORONA VIRUS. Get to your butthole. You know what I'm saying and that's what we need to do. I think that's a great thing to remember. Also read something that it was like toilets. He public toilets. Caesar actually not that dirty. I know it's going to sound crazy but there was something like you can't get something from the physical toilets. You know what actually that sounds like horrific medical and but I remember something like my sister was like. I don't think you're off there okay. Let's on I'm going to all right. Let's see it's twenty twenty. We could figure this dump us. Sit On toilet. Yeah but also like. Isn't that what your buds made for? Most professionals recommend spending no more time on the toilet than it takes to. Bow this about your stool. Okay never mind. This is about the whole dropping out because I've read about that too. What do you mean I read about this Guy? If you spend too long like toilet like you can your butthole can file we. That's the next thing it's a sitting hold you sitting on the toilet for too long will wreck your bud. Yes wow your butthole fallout. I'm in and out in Fact Jeff. Literally has said to me. He's like this is unique to see someone. I've never seen somebody go to the bathroom that quick. I'm like I don't linger. I don't get instagram. I go in there. I do my thing you know what I mean. Clean up get out. I don't linger to me. It's not unlike let's go. We got shit to do literally okay. Pd CERT- cleaning up after ourselves. Lady all right. Let's get an voicemail. High had their huge fan here. My name is Jonna Donna but with J yes. It's a made up name from the south of Pittsburgh Pennsylvania. I'm here sometime but my absolutely not is when people act demeaning towards you because of your age when you're doing your job so I'm a social worker. I love my job but I often have people. H me like Oh. Are you old enough to be a social worker and like I have a master's degree I I been doing this for a couple years and I just don't even know how to respond some time. So that's my absolutely and please let me know how you would respond Jonah Jonah. First of all love. It was John and Joan. Ri- Jonah Johnny. Yeah Johnny Donna John. It you know it's interesting. I had the opposite problem because I always as an actor. I always read for roles that are like forty seven and I'm only. I'm not even thirty three yet. So That's interesting but yeah that is fucking demeaning. When someone's like Oh can you? Oh you know how to do social work one being a social worker like I bow down. That's going to be the hardest fucking job I mean. My sister was a prosecutor for awhile and she was like heather. When you see some of these cases you just like your heart is fucking it you know. Her business partner was a criminal Public defender for awhile. It's like that is like thankless holy. Shit I don't know how you do that work. I literally my entire job is to make people laugh to bring them out of darkness. I know that I physically could not handle dealing with like the intense cases of like social work so first of all. Thank you for doing. The Lord's work. Thank you for getting out there and saving lives and I agree with you. That's some fucking bullshit. Oh I'm sorry. Ronnie you do a better job because you're thirty eight and I'm twenty seven show a fuck up being. Here's the thing though also on the other side of that. You just need to be grateful you need to say you know what let it go one or not the other and you say well. I've got great skin. You probably have a fucking great face. I've never I've actually on the other end of that never felt bad. I have a girlfriend who looks really young and it bothers her. And I'm like Bitch I'm over. You're getting fucking bow. Talks using the serums I you know. Need to see a shame in witchdoctor to see if he can bring my soul back into my body and you look like habitually twenty one. I don't want to hear the complaints. I'm going to John coombs breakdowns of auditions at say. She's forty seven tired mom. She's the rough life former hooker and I'm like in is that look I'm giving off. We knew everyone thinks down with binge drinker after this past weekend. But do I look that tired and on the other side of and I'm like well just a really great actress. I can put that on but I. I haven't read for a role that was like you know. Usually a lot of these people in Hollywood. The people say for example like on a show like the old Shirley Vampire diaries. They all played these like fifteen year olds but they were all like in their late twenties. I actually went into read for Vampire. Diaries once and it was for a role of a sixteen year old lake mean girl in school. One I am not a bitch could never be the mean girl too. I win and it was so funny because I got the role because one of my friends is on the show or got the addition. I think they were just like hey. We'll bring her in and I walked in there and I was doing this role I had to read is like a sixteen year old and I literally stopped them halfway through my edition. I go listen I gotta be honest with you one. You and I both know I don't read for Sixteen Twenty five at the time. I'm like I have a deep voice and Double Debrosse and broad shoulders. I don't there's no way I could even pass for eighteen. Also I can't pass for a vampire. Vampires eat only once every full moon. Let me play aware wolf on this. Show who's fucking in the woods like chowing down but you and I both know I'm not thin enough. Believe air buyer the whole room of casting agents just reserve fucking dying and they were like thanks for coming in. And you're absolutely right and I was like I'm GonNa see myself out. That's was the Gucci Gang left so sometimes we just gotTa admit to ourselves. You know you. Listen you're good at your job. Let them go and one. You're not the other and just be grateful that you have young youthful elastic skin. You know what I mean and and look at it on the bright side. God is good. You're doing the Lord's work so just keep going out there and save and fucking lives. That's what's up. Y'All I think that's a good place to end. I think we need to really after this weekend. One I'm counting my blessings that didn't die from the IV to. I'm counting my blessings that we were not actually part of the crime. That was outside again. I don't own facts about it. So if you're like a P. I don't call me because I didn't see anything three. I've learned lesson. I've got to take care of myself. Do a little self care pump the brakes for. I've learned that I want to continue to grow my group of girlfriends and surround yourself with people who will weaken at Bernie hold you up and carry on a bag of pills and just get you to where you need to be and five. I'm grateful for. I'm just grateful for for life another day on this side of the soil and I'm glad that I had a fine Wong wild and harrowing weekend. I just feel very blessed to have good people in my life and I'm blessed to have this podcast. I'm blessed I have this fucking stupid absolutely not line. We all call in and Bitch and we can laugh about instagram. Irs and laugh about our jobs and life because it is a wild world out there but just know this is a community to save space. And we're in it together. Y'All I love. You keep calling you to the absolutely not line you know. I don't know fucking like review but just keeping me tweet me Igor each and every one of you and I will be back in the studio next week. We're going to bring some guests. We're just going to really hit it. I'm sorry coming off a three day bender and I wouldn't talk your ear off but in the meantime love and light and hey I want encourage everybody. If you're if you're a guy listening call one of your guy friends. Tell Mama you love him but especially if you're lady call girl friends would be like bitch. I'm glad I got you in my life. Lovin light and guess what CENEX. I'm on the absolutely not podcast. Thanks so much for listening to today's episode. 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"The phone rang. Podcast is a deer media. Production welcomed the absolutely not podcast. Where we do the most in the lease at the same damn time. I'm your host. heather mcmahon. Hello everybody welcome to the absolutely not podcast. I'm your host heather mcmahon. How the hell are you thrilled to be here right. Now as you're listening to this Hopefully i'm in spain. Hopefully she made it recording this couple of days early just so you know. Get on my ducks in a row and so michelle. My producer doesn't murder me. How the hell are we doing. Great great great. I love it if you hear little zip. A little happened my step. It's because i'm doing some weird fucking sunit cleanse. I guess it is. I'm on day. One and i seem hopeful. Check back on day three and you'll know whether or not i have held up a dunkin donuts and gunpoint to get six hundred munchkins. That's where i'm at contemplating it the looking at food porn all day and stickland my date. I'll tell you what let's update john. Heather whitestone a little clinton's. Well you know. I had a group of girls who were doing it and it's this thing called. It's called pro lawn. i'm not spot. They're not sponsoring me price for this bitch. But i had heard so many people especially after doing a lot of the hormone stuff do it. Just to kind of re set their bodies and people said they like it. It's five fucking okay. Can i make it five days. God help us. I hope so. But we'll see you know. It's a mixture of powdered soups at some wheels. E like bar. They give you one bar for breakfast one for dinner. You drink a ton of water. Some spearmint tea. Some other loose pills just threw down the hatch today. I mean they could be giving me meth. And i'd say at this point why not so. Yeah i'm not doing it. You can lose weight on it. But whatever i said. Let me do something healthy. Right before i go to spain and eat my body weight and to really reverse the results. That's what i'm into guys reversed results. I don't know if you know this. But sometimes i self sabotage when it comes to health and wellness. I'm like i'll do really good and then a week before. I don't know. I have to go on camera. I become addicted to salt and just really fuck it up but again one of doctors had said. Hey why don't you just try doing this. Just kind of flesh out some of the hormones and whatever fuck it i'll try it you know. Misery loves company. There's a group of girlfriends. And i were doing this and chris doing it with me and i was like. Let's just two for five echinacea's but you know it's a little bit a bamboozle and i you know me. I'm never fucking pushing you. You don't have to do a fucking clans you have to do. This is my own personal journey is let me do this because i'm about to eat my fuck and wait in europe and if you're wondering like heather is timing wrong. Here's the thing i've told you this before. I thrive abroad. Okay i always come back feeling. Great you're walking. The food doesn't have chemicals in it. You could eat bureauc- oh ham straight up. The t the block either with a nice little of manchego cheese sip it down with the glass of crisp bubbling kava. Damn i should be doing food voiceovers. That's all. I have to say crisp kaaba and and you feel great. You don't even get hung over in europe. Actually that's a lie. I did almost get kicked out of my summer school program because i was hung over too many days in a row however you just feel good so i said let's do it and then we'll go enjoy a little trip and you know. I'm only got a very quick week abroad. I gotta be honest with you though. I'm getting a little a little horsey nervous about this. Delta vary it unless we're taxed doing what we can but it is a little crazy. You know what i mean. I mean who the fuck knows anymore. I've told you this from the beginning now on the other side of this. Do i feel like we've been bamboozled. Sure's fuck then. That's not a conspiracy theory. I'm not saying like we don't believe in the bank seeing. I'm just saying nathen makes sense now. I understand how a virus works. things can mutate. I just don't know him. Like god. If i did take the mark of the beast and i'm still not covered. It's this this. Well fast thing that i'm on is really. I'm allowed to have like a sparkling water. So i'm having a guava lacroix and i've just really gone de a wormhole of darkness so day. One guy's buckle up. Yeah i mean who. The fuck knows what's going on but on a good note. I didn't even ask jeff if i can share this. Hold on hold on okay. Sorry i just had a call jeff and get permission to share this Where was i. i don't even know so turns out. We have a daughter on ice. Isn't that some shit. I don't know what i was saying before this. I don't even know what the lead in was. But i did i tell you. We have a daughter on ice in that some shit. It's so wild. How they do it. They send off your egg. They make an embryo and then they test it and then when my daughter called she was like. Hey you know. We have one genetically viable embryo. Which is so fantastic. And i'm so thrilled. And i still know that. The statistics fairly low on implantation. And all that but hey we got one. We got one. That's exciting and they're able to tell the sex of the baby and it's not even an me. I'm sorry. let me let me preface. i'm not pregnant. i have not implanted this thing and me we. We have a daughter ice and they're like it's a little girl that is so wild also tirumala assu bitch. I'm sharing this with you all and it's just really crazy that i don't want i call jeff and got permission. Do care if i share on the podcast that we know the sex of our future baby if it works you know what i mean. He was like no. I don't care. And that's when sometimes i get concerned i feel like there's a lot of things in my life that i share and their days are mike. Should i hold back to the chest. But maybe it's because i'm twisted comedian. Where the only way. I know how to process. Information is by sharing it. I don't process information holding it close to the chess. Does that make sense to you. And i don't i don't know what it is. Psychologically i'm sure somebody could you know do a deep dive on me mentally and be like. She's on well but i don't know why it's like. Well i guess you know what in the bible it says go forth and share the good news the lord and the good news of the lord is is that we got a daughter and it's very exciting so again not pregnant. She is sitting in a freezer somewhere in atlanta georgia. And that's exciting. Don't know what which freezer could be the back of a fucking arby's for all. I know you know what i mean many. Think if you're gonna rob an an embryo bank going to a hospital or a medical office would be pretty much. I don't know too obvious. So maybe my daughter's hanging out in the back of an arby's just wafting in that horsey sauce and some curly fries. And you know you. She's going to be a bad bitch you know she's gonna roll fourth pushed forward in the world as a bad bitch. I don't know how long she'll be on ice. I don't know you know how this works. I don't know what our next step is. 'cause we're you know i got. I got a bunch of stuff to do. I've got a show to get on the air. I've got a a tour to do got a couple other things. I'm trying to film and shoot and sell and pimp out and you know over here i could be the next daniel day-lewis i don't know why you're tired. You know move over. Meryl streep i may wanna do dramas. But it's nice to know that. I have a little girl and ice. And that's really weird. Never thought i was gonna be a girl mom and you know. I am down with the ladies. I just figured the way. My neck is built I'd have you know. Probably a professional shot put her or maybe somebody on a lose. don't know i just. Hey let's fuck and go. She's good at sports fantastic. Hopefully she's can be the face of arby's and gave me free curly fries. That's the only thing that kids are good for so you can sit back. Relax and collect their checks. And that's what's up. That's why i want to be a mother. I'm kidding i can't hold on this cleanses really fucking with me okay. Well i shared that too. But i know a lot of y'all had been sending me kind messages and prayers and i just want to share that with you again. Let's keep this close to the chest. You can talk amongst yourselves. I am not making a decree on instagram. this is strictly for my podcast. Babies by tirumala bitches. Because you know what you've been listening to me bitch and complain and lose my mind through this journey and think it's only fair enough that i share this exciting news. 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Charity dinner at one of my favorite restaurants sto fresco elementary here in atlanta georgia and it was for the leukemia lymphoma society and this wonderful girl named julia who was basically being nominated to be l. s. the leukemia lymphoma society. I'm gonna switched it Woman of the year and she wants to begin the national woman of the year. We put up a dinner with me which was like. I don't think anybody's going to bid on this by all right like any way. I can help out. Obviously you know cancer is near and dear to me anyway can help. A- i want to do it and crazy thing was this amazing woman named rebecca from newnan georgia. Which is like a cute suburbs south about an hour south of atlanta bid on this dinner with me and so it was monday night and it was. I think how many there was like maybe nine women from her town in newnan and they were a fucking riot. So wanna tell you. I was going into this charity dinner. Like listen i'm just happy to be here. I'm happy to give back. I just felt like god. Put it on my heart to to be a part of this and this is so cool that we were able to raise money in these women through in a lot of money for this dinner. And i'm just so grateful to rebecca forbidding on this dinner anyways going into this i was like you know. I'm sure they're going to be a good time but i did. not now. i think guide does this. You know you go out there to put a good foot forward and and give back. And then you just get refilled and repaid back and a million trillion different ways. And i'm not saying that like unle- good person on me. What i'm saying is. I had no idea going into this dinner what i was going to be. You know who is going to be having dinner with these women were so much fucking fine and they refilled my spirit. There's something about southern hospitality. There is something about older women you know. And i'm not going age. Anybody but i believe they were about from maybe late forties to early sixties. You know they all had older children in and out of college they were just bad ass. Like one lady was named bambi and they all have southern accents but they were hysterical. First of all they all show up and cheetah brent. I'm way yes these are women gucci gang mir for it and like honey no commodoties sister. I got another daughter That we call like magnolia. And then you know my husband's name skin i might. What do you mean his name skin. Oh yeah my son skin. The fourth like you cannot make this shit up. I was laughing so hard. From the moment i sat down dinner to the moment i left. You know i at one point. I'm mike shuster go outside like smoke as sig like you know am. Bnb didn't smoke. But i wanted to. Smoking with the woman named bambi. And i gotta be honest. I'm from the south of writing a show about the south. But there are times where even i can be prejudiced towards other people especially like you know in this day and age of the older woman like she's prejudice. These women were progressive. They were funnier than shit. One of the ladies at the table was a travel agent. She used to be an ob. Gyn nurse labor and delivery nurse and ashley yet. I retired. And now i did travels a mike hail. Yes like you want to go to egypt. You want to go to morocco. let's fucking go. i'll plant it. I'm like yes bitch. I gave everyone my personal number. You know as facetime in all their daughters. Who to ole miss and georgia and all over i just was so filled with with a warm spirit of i forgot how funny these women are there. A woman named val. She has an interior design company. Believe it's cranford or crawford. Endear design in newnan georgia. Funnier than shit. I mean sick. Little body got a hot will cheetah print number on gorgeous hoops. and she. And i are laughing. Our asses off. Oh girl let me tell you about mommy. Mo mommy mama was nuts. We were we just. It was like being alive again. You know and i think sometimes we need to call an aunt. You know your mom's best friend and just reconnect because there's something that we can learn so much especially the women out there you know calling an older man illinois gonna get much wisdom out of them now with the wisdom. I got from these women and it's different you know. I have a great relationship with my mom but just having that human connection where we could sit around talk shit drink and had that southern camaraderie. There is just something very specific about being from the south because southern women. Don't give a shit grits. Baby girls raised in the south. And i've always said in my comedy one of the big things that's born to me is to tell the stories of people from the south. Because i'm so sick and tired when i turn on the tv it's like everybody's a fucking idiot and a redneck. Are there plenty of those people for sure with. There's also wonderful amazing. Great people from the south. 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Four ninety five for shipping and handling that's with agency dot com slash. Absolutely not to unlock your free thirty day. Trial see with agency dot com for all the details subject consultation. So i got reinspired and i think guy. Just put these people in my life for that. I mean i was grateful to give back. But i was so gracious towards their financial gift to the ls society but also just they filled my heart if filled my heart to be around funny smart. I don't give a shit. I'm not taking shit from anybody. Live your life and the wisdom of the advice. I got from these women were. They sat down on a bunch of were. Like hey i went through fragility issues and i went through this and we were all talking about it like i froze mags or i do i v f and and i said you know i feel like i'm going to wait a little bit and they're like honey way you got you gotta be you gotta go with me to morocco. Honey we gotta go to egypt. Have you seen the civil wonders of the world. You sure haven't so let's go do that for year and then you know you can do. You can have a baby. But it was nice getting advice and i and i Shared numbers with one of the ladies and she said listen. Let me be your fun. And i'll call you got. You need some advice. You know down in noon bouncing ideas off me. I was like hell. Yes so i just wanna encourage anybody. I i don't know why this rambling on about this. But it felt really good to connect with the power of a southern woman and gave me so much fucking material to and of course i like hi. I'm we'll tell you about my grandmother you can use his own stage. Just tell mature grandma auto care. This is funnier the shit. i'm like. Listen they're actually giving me the licensing fee to take jokes twisted however you want to make it seem like it's your family uses. I'm like okay i'm getting. I'm getting free matere earlier. Hail yes hello yes. My texts valeted be like validates. More grandma stories not feeling really creative and fresh any. The ls society is amazing and incredible. And hey glad to give back and glad that i got to connect with some real fucking bitches so one encourage everybody call your aunt. Call your mom's best friend from college they you see like every six years and just be like you know. Hey katrina how how you been. I know the kids are off at college and your little bored. Because your husband's a little bit of a drip come on. Let's get together and go to hilton. Head just talked shit for a weekend. And that's what's up. It's a beautiful thing all right. Let's get into the voicemails as always you can call into the hotline eight hundred two one three seven five zero three and you know what i got to plan a trip to morocco with my girls from newnan. Let's get the voicemails heather if you girl victoria from marietta I have a big absolutely not which i honestly thought was going to be an absolutely yes. Absolutely not to making friends as an adult. I'm moved to a few months ago and it's been really hard to make friends as an adult woman and i'm tired also. My boyfriend died at the end of nineteen so like dating also nightmare which is like meeting adult women who are also unmarried and childless. Been trying time so absolutely not to that but absolutely yes to keep carrying eleven light victoria. Thanks for the voicemail. Wow let's unpack here. But i i hear you. It is hard to make friends at this age Behavior in marietta call victoria finder. Show probably be hanging out at he. He marietta. I know you had a bunch of good restaurants over there. I don't know what victoria. I need you to send me a message. Let me know what car you have if there is an rb. He's in marietta. Put just pull up to the parking lot. Let's say next to know next thursday because this comes out on wednesday next thursday happy hour. Let's say five forty-five keep your lights on. Keep your windows. Rolled down and play. Dixie chicks from the car. And if you wanna be with victoria. That's where you're gonna find her. Are you single childless. You know whether you chose childless or just haven't had the opportunity yet pull up to your car and you gotta play the song earls gotta die by dixie chicks earls gotta dine none her such a good song. And that's how you'll know you know it's like kind of like when you're trying to meet up with dudes in a public restroom and you put your penis glory hole. It's like that but this is a this is a completely platonic. Friendship victoria. Sorry that you lost her boyfriend at the 2019. I can only imagine. Just how fucking terrible that was and so on top of that. You've you know when you're in a love loving relationship you lose your lover you lose your friend and then on top of that. I'm sure because when you lose someone or you go through something traumatic in your life. You also have to shave off a couple of friends because some people don't know how to fuck in deal with trauma. I mean. none of us really. Do you know. I'm sure victoria after he passed and it's none of our business how he passed berkshire after he passed. He had one fucking friend. That's like anything in you and you looked at her and you go. Oh did it. Candice did okay. We'll guess what we're no longer friends. Because that's the fucking worst thing you can say to somebody. So i'm sure you've had to deal with the last year. Cutting the fat of these terrible people who probably couldn't handle we you were going through emotionally at the time and that's the number one thing you learn when you go through shits who's there for you and who can't handle it and who's just dead fucking wait no pun intended now planted with that joe. Sorry had to it was right there. You know and. I'm sorry. I can only imagine what that journey was like for you. Fuck and then on top of that. You're like i'm a grown woman trying to make friends. Hey you know. What's a good idea. Because i met these lovely ladies charity stuff. Have you ever thought about getting involved in charity work. I feel like that's a great way to meet some friends because you know who is the only people who actually have time to like be philanthropic. It's like nba all star athlete to have enough money. Like lebron has time because he can go a fucking jack and single women. I feel like any time. I have worked it with an with any sort of charity group component aspect. It's always been some bad ass. Single women running the game. That's a good idea. That's a great idea. I feel like we should start a charity. Absolutely not and the charity called. Absolutely yes to success or i don't know what it is. I don't know exactly how i wanna give back from the pancreatic cancer size like heather. We do something for. And i'm like i yes i would but i i don't i feel like we're kind of up shits creek donna portal. You know what i mean. And it's only dark joke that i can make with other people who have lost somebody to pancreatic cancer. Because it's just you know it's kinda grim. So i'm like i kind of want to get back in a way where i know like somebody could actually have a chance but this is a good idea absolutely. Yes to charity absolutely as volunteering. I think that's a great way to meet some friends adult friends single but again if you also want to pull up to an arby's off. He'll road in marietta next thursday. Five forty five windows rolled down lights on. I don't care if it's bright out blasting dixie chicks. You're no the victoria's there and she is looking for some friends. And y'all unhappy to darby. Like i'm not saying that you have to then go in and have a friend date over roast beef sandwich. That's not by any means but then you could be like. Hey actually this. Based on the street you know they have great chips guac and then like gall then take it from there but i feel like we all know that. Victoria's at that arby's it's a safe space like you heard it here first. If anything happens we were here first. We said hey you know how alert is where the media. It's going to be and if you're you try anything this is where it happened. I'm sorry now. I'm now i'm nervous. I feel like i'm not setting you up for success. 'cause i might have just let some some crazy crete let him know that you're too fucking arby's and this is the other thing when you're a woman you gotta think about these things. So that's why back to plan one. You go start volunteering with some charity stuff and listen a lot of charities get fucked up you know what i mean. A lot of charities are like a gala ball. They always have open bars. There's usually hot athletes a charity events to who were also single. So you're really killing two birds one stone. You're making girlfriends and there might be like a hot baseball player. Who's up for auction. Say at the diabetes foundation and they're auctioning off a lunch at arby's with a third baseman from the mets. And you're like yeah hi. I've got an extra six hundred dollars all put it down to have dinner with that deity. I'm just saying this is a really great idea. You're gonna find love give back and also make girlfriend's done and done victoria. Please call in so we know what charity you chose and also if anybody has suggestions on the charity i should be involved in. Let me know because you know what giving back feels good and when you pay forward if can happens also speaking of which paying it forward to everybody who donated to our lovely last week. Who need help with the car situation. She just wanted to say she's so grateful and she was able to get some money for a down payment for a new whip. This is incredible sisters helping sisters out. I love it thank you. Thanks for everybody. 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Absolutely not good achieve. Caribbean dot com slash. Absolutely not to get a great deal. And hey you know what. I'm gonna see on the beach baby. 'cause i will be there are. Let's get to the next voicemail. Hey girl it's taylor from louisiana so listen absolutely not to the kito die at. Let me tell you something. So my friend who owns like insane. Each house and santa rosa beach florida. Yes now not thirty day She invited me to go out to her beach house. Vaca- at the end of july. And here i am just like hanging on mama to that. Quarantine weight And so i'm like. I can't possibly go to the beach looking like this so i know what i'll do to the kito diet. I've done it before a great success. The weight just like comes off relatively quickly. It's amazing except this time I don't know what it is but it hanging in there that weight. Yeah it's holding on for dear life and today my boss at work brought in like six different cruff ends those croissant muffins. And they're like god here. You go like thank you so much for all your hard work Like what is this. Am i going to die. I'm sorry i'm spiraling. There's probably isn't making any sense but at the end of the day absolutely not the keto diet. Hope you're well. Hopefully i'll see you in florida on thirty eight when i go at the end of the month. Talk to you later. All and banging. Can i tell you. Nobody's called me all fucking year to do anything and then all of a sudden as soon as i have five day cleanse the invite start rolling in and only up to say to that. Is we being beach. I've been sitting in this basement twiddling my thumbs for the last six months and now y'all want invite me to drink on a thursday. I can't i have three olives to suck down. That's all i got now taylor. I'm so glad that you called. Because i feel you. The thing is kito is some bullshit are and i mean they basically try to rebrand atkins diet and i'm pretty sure that guy died of a heart attack. Recipes doesn't make sense if you don't eat sugar and you're just eating fat and protein. Yes your body is gonna shed some wait. We have long results. No probably not do does great on kito men men do fucking great on kito. You know who doesn't do great on kito may cause i end up smelling like deli meat. I don't know when the last time you've been into a subway sandwich shop. You shouldn't though there because it's not real food but they'll have you ever been to a subway on a hot summer day say kansas. I'm talking like august. I in kansas city kansas. You walk into a subway. That smell is what. I smelled like on kito. Was it easy. what's that bad. I mean you're does eating lots of vegetables and eating tons of protein. But now you know what i love. I never even fucking like oatmeal. But when i was like god i want some oats a wants a mushy oats right now. I don't know why granola i'll eat it but it's not really my thing. I was dying for a squirrel by granola. It's just want what you want when you can't have it. You know what. I know at taylor. Keep your chin up. Also here's the thing. I will say you do want to continue with the kito when you go down to santa rosa. Shout to thirty eight florida. It's the hamptons of the south. And if you guys don't know fuck palm beach thirty. A is a strip of florida near the panhandle. That is chefs. Kiss fucking delicious. trust me on it. It's one of my favorite places on earth and everyone's like ghana west palm now. Why so. I get locked up next to jeffrey. Epstein's aw haunted mansion. I'm good thanks a lot. I'll pass but it is easy to kito at the beach you're just basically wolfing down to q. On the rocks and eating shrimp cocktails cocktails also has too much sugar. Just wolfing down to kill his eaten raw shrimp. You could go to a damn seafood. Boil and black out. Gimme some crab claws. You could probably do the side of butter because guess what it's fat honestly kito at the beach. Sounds legit but honestly taylor you do. It makes you feel good. You don't need to do anything because you know what. You sound fabulous. And i no matter what you're going to be black prancing up and down that beach flex in it with you have a tank keeney on or a thong. I can feel the energy in your voice. And i know you are gonna crush it and you're gonna have a great time and honestly if your friend has a really fucking bowling house. You don't wanna be the person who shows up on vacation unite. Sorry guys. I cannot eat anything except raw beef. I am just doing carpaccio. This trip and tequila. Because i've said this before it's like the girl on a fucking cleanser diet and then she goes to a bachelorette party embarks in the three minutes. You're on a fucking party bus and everyone goes. Why did anybody invite lindsey. And it's always a bitch who does not need to do anything health wise. You know what. I'm talking now when he already thin. The one who isn't like on borderline type two diabetic and lindsay's like i quit eating everything and you're like shut the fuck up. Then you shouldn't be drinking seventy five. I don't know white wines before you get on this party bus. It's always that bitch Taylor all say is. Don't be that bitch if you're going to go down there and have a good time on vacation have a good time. Obviously do what you gotta do for your own health. But don't be that bitch. That's the moral of the story. Do not go down. There have sixty five dirty martinis because it fits into your kito points and then the next thing you know. I gotta bail your ass out of panama city jail. 'cause you went down a club phelan your piss. They weren't doing the phone party. And the security guard. Told you taylor at the front goes. We can't do the phone party anymore. It's not cova friendly and then you punched him in the teeth. And now you have an assault on your record. Make sure you eat enough. Carbs fiber protein. Throwing a fucking strawberry in there. Have a piece of fruit. Live your life do what you gotta do. Don't go on vacation to be that astle. Everybody hates them. Wbz taylor i love you. I mean it can't wait to see you outside of jail and manama's city. Hey absolutely podcast listeners. If you love celebrating the messy of being human. Then you'll love armchair expert with dax. Shepard cool thing and mondays and thursdays dax and monica monica. And i work together soul psycho. Call me back. Girl engage in deeply inspiring authentic conversations with different accomplished. Guess you'll hear from hollywood stars musicians professional athletes award winning scientists others more honestly. They had a great interview dana ricardo. Who's one of my favorite formula. One drivers highly recommend starting with episode. It is so just. It's just a great conversation. You learn so much to start listening simply download the spotify app sign up for free and search for armchair expert listen armchair expert for free now. Only on spotify. Let's get to the next voicemail. High other mining laura. I'm in denver colorado longtime listener first-time caller and my absolutely not story is actually one that my husband gave me. He was like. Hey you should call into that podcast. We like and tell the story. So here i am. Hopefully i can do a judge of we live downtown and there's a lot of motorized scooters that you can rent like lime and left and whatever and apparently the other day. He saw an adult wearing a baby on the scooter. Then they were wearing their baby in a carrier while writing the scooter absoulutely not. I don't know what's wrong with people today but that is just not safe and plenty of adults who've gotten hurt writing one of those scooters. My husband included. What if they fell or crashed or hit by a car. I'm honestly getting anxious about this. And talking about it out loud anyway. I'm so excited for actual for your show here in denver. I can't wait. I'm so happy you were able to reschedule levin and light by babies on scooters got be quite possibly one of the dumbest fucking things i've ever heard in my life also. I am sorry. I feel like i've been spe- bowling on this podcast today. I've had half a cup of coffee. That's my only allotment. And i've had three green olives so i am black and out. Here's the thing. My sister broke her ankle on the damn scooter. I have another friend who broke her resume to get pins in it from the scooter. When are we as a society going to get together and say these are ally ability a health hazard now. Somebody putting their baby on a scooter. I'm not a parent yet. I told you my daughter is in a refrigerator. in the back of an arby's. I don't know what i'm not here to tell you how to parent but the subtext of the texas. They're probably not the best unit mean. But then on the other side of it. When i was in vietnam we on these scooters and people will have like six kids on a scooter and guys i tell you this but the rest of the world just fucking gets by does things. You know what i mean. Yeah in america now today in this modern society we were like everybody likes to parent. Shame and say. You can't put your baby on a scooter. That's dangerous well. In another part of the world. They may scoot all day and that kid is actually smarter. Better wiser stronger for it. You know i know. There's a lot of parents. Were like heather. There's not a. There's no playing devil's advocate in the situation. It's an absolutely not across the board. But i know now now the kids vietnam. They all had little helmets on. You know. i don't know guys. I mean i hate the fucking scooters like a real scooter like one of those. You know like a razor scooter. But one that you'd find too fast and furious tokyo drift volume twelve. Aren't they like volume forty of that show. I feel like they are. I mean my god the audacity of some of these ding-dong parents. Yeah okay what i hear was trying to be. I don't know across the board tremblay both sides. But i agree. You should not put your baby on a fucking scooter and this is the other thing. I'm sure anybody who's dealt with fertility issues. And now you listen to this. You're like these people had children. But i am barron. What that's the kinda shit when you see it. You're like the world is not fair and i hate to tell you the world is not fair we know this the world is definitely not a fair place. I mean would even say that. i'm. I'm surprised they didn't get arrested. I mean if i was a cop. And i saw a fucking forty year old man with the baby. Bjorn cruzan it. You know i bet. Betty also had a pair of flip flops on doing. This shit. Didn't even have a sensible foot foot game sensible sandals something with velcro strap in the soft sided bottom to it and casey's got jump off real quick i guarantee the guy's got like rainbow flipflops on so the has to duck and roll off that thing. He's gonna definitely trip with the baby. I mean come on here was trying to be like guys and another parts of the world. They just live their life. But you know what land of the free home of the why does everybody. Who's about forty seven and dad have to be a ding-dong also i don't know. Was it the dan. i think she was an an. Maybe it wasn't. Maybe i'm just projecting maybe was a mom either way absolutely not. This is insane unbelievable but does it. Sound kind of thrilling. Do i think that child will probably end up. Being a pretty big band asks for sure you know you always do that. One kid in school and his name was always something. It was always a tyler. It was always a frigging tyler. You know and tyler's dad drove like chew cedar corvette and they had like four kids and tyler would just show up to school on the roof and the teachers would always like at carpool be concerned. But everyone was like. Tyler's dad is a is an injury attorneys like we can't say anything because they're afraid they're going to get sued and tyler. Just he's smoking cigarettes and like the fifth grade because he's the youngest of four and nobody really paid attention damn because the mom was tired and having an affair with your tennis coach you know what i'm talking about. You know that kid tyler. Chain smoking in the fifth grade. And he's like fall can. Do you want to know why because my dad lets me. Right on the top of the corvette. That kid is what the scooter kids going to be. An say eleven years who. I'm sorry you want me to do what. Come to class and pay attention. I'm not gonna because guess what my parents put me on a fucking lime scooter. Yeah have you felt the wind in your hair misdemeanor brim. That's what i thought. I'm six months old fucking jazzing up the side of the highway with my dad and he's living on the edge because he has flops. Tell me when you've gotten out and lived a little bit. That's tyler and unfortunately he will eventually be breakfast. You know what i mean. And somebody. I e i dunno probably your in laws. We'll both for and that's the circle of life. Where all right. Let's get to the next voicemail. Hi heather. It's sarah from long beach. I have an absolutely not for you. I just moved into a new condo. And i had a neighbor knocked on my door yesterday. Asking me if i would be willing to rent out my storage in my garage to her because she collects doll and resell dolls and she could use the space and i said sure. How much are you thinking. This woman looked at me. Like i had just slapped her in the face and called her mother fat she could not believe i was going to actually take money from her and when she finally came up with a prize she said three dollars a month so called the hoa president. And i said is this woman weird or is it just me and she said absolutely do not rent a space out to her. She is a hoarder. She hoards throughout the building. We've had to clear out other spaces from her and she parades on renters so absolutely not for weirdos who collect all and pran renters. I'm going to respond her and tell her. I'll rent out the space for five hundred bucks a month. Wow anyways love you so much. I hope you're well. Oh man i feel that my bones. 'cause everybody who's ever lived in a building a co op. A shared space a condo. Even an apartment. Everybody has that neighbor especially like an older building. You know it's bad when you check in and everyone's like hey. I don't know this but harriet. In three she's fucking nuts okay. She's got these dolls and she's going to train the embezzling you. She never leaves her house. She killed her husband. He's in the freezer. We haven't ever been able to get good hard evidence because he never really left the house. He was also into the dolls. But it's it's bad so not only. Is she a murderer. But she's going to try and bamboozle you and cheap be cheapest fuck on you with renting out some garage bass. Don't give it to her. I mean you already know you already talked yourself out. The ledge. don't do it when. I'm so glad that you asked around the neighborhood. Why is you're always one in every neighborhood. There's always one there's one and it's usually a nutty woman. I'm older nutty man. Who's a little bit of a hoarder. You're like okay. He ends up just being like a crazy political guy you know. He's like right in twenty twenty eight and you're like sir. That's a nonvoting year and be. He's been dead for awhile. You know what i mean. There's always a guy named like and they call him like mr johnson and god bless him. He's only crazy because he was a war vet and he saw too much and he you know he stands outside on his patio when he's just like vietnam and you're like sir we haven't been there in a while you know unfortunate- unfortunately it's probably because he's been through something that crazy neighbor you kinda let slide. He smoked cigarettes in his house. He has a dog that barks all the time. But he's well taken care of. That's his buddy it's like i don't gotta call animal control. You know you just kind of nutty and hasn't figured out that reagan is not still alive. That is exactly that male neighbor. But there's something about the energy of a female neighbor who collects dolls. Has her murdered husband in the freezer. Trying to come down in bamboozle you for three dollars. Storage fee when you damn well know you could get top dollar for that. That's some bullshit. I see all the time and to make this full circle. When i was hanging out with these lovely older ladies from newnan and i don't even want say older ladies but they did keep referring to themselves as my older aunts. They warned me about that. Shit can i be honest. First thing they said when we sat damsel. Like you gotta fucking crazy neighbors. I sure do and they said guess what she's going to come to your house and try and ranked garage space to to hide her dolls. And i was like it fucking happened because we all know it. You know it's like. I can talk shit about my family all day long but as soon as you talk shit about my family. I'll i'll kill you. It's very much so like when you're like you know. What female empowerment. No one can talk shit about women. But you know who's going to talk to you want that one woman who's nuts is. All of us is a safe space and gentlemen callers. We have guys. I don't. I'm not here to throw men under the bus all the time. They're nutty fucking older ladies to there's good ones from newnan and then there's ones who were trying to take their doll hair ch- shavings and clippings and pay three dollars a month to then load up your storage locker with probably evidence from her husband's murder. You gotta sleep with one eye open. And i guarantee you. This woman was a first degree each of the neighborhood. The first one agreed to the new building. Maybe she dropped off a pie which you probably had a bite of and you wondered why it had a weird texture. That's not hickama. That was doll hair or could have been evidence from the murder that she's now trying to really can't burn it so she's like i'll feed it to you. That was not a piece of peach. That was a finger. So on this podcast. I love to say we're building a community but also victoria who. I said to go find a new friend in a charity. Watch out for that one woman. You may have a lady who's involved in a charity but has no connection to it. The also gotta look out for them. You know what i mean. It's like when you go to the dog park. Wow i've i've just taking this on a spiral. It's like when you go to the dog park i was. I told you. I was saying at the dog. Park wants and this one was like which ones your dog and i was like. Oh that's my dog right over there as your dog. She's like i don't have a dog. died ten years ago. I just come here and watch them like rigs wake gotta go. It's a rap. I know this woman. She's got ten cats in the fuck and trunk of her mazda miata. And guess what she's tyler's mom things didn't work out with the rich dad with the corvette. So what did she do. She got a condo down the street from our caller. She murdered him tie. We don't even know where tyler's been. Her kids disowned her. Now she's hoarding baby. Dolls and trying to bamboozle one of my listeners into a bad deal for the locker space. You know what happens to when you. I don't know hoard doll hairs. You get rats. You get berman. Bugs you know be one thing of. Hey you got the crazy neighbor. Who thinks reagan live. Hey i'd like to give you three dollars a month for the storage space. What's going to be in there. Oh mint condition baseball cards. Great very vermin friendly they. It's not gonna invite them. You got a bunch of weird baby dolls. That look like food gas. What good luck getting the critters out of your cage. But i'll tell you don't ever come for web. Don't you dare ever try and talk bad about a bitch. But i can do it amongst this podcast. Is you know what we all know that. One nettie neighbor and it's always a woman it's always a woman karla down the street absolute insane. She's the kind of woman who doesn't put out candy for halloween. Then even put a note she just turns off the lights. Least put a no okay. Well the thing is like okay. If you were busier you traveled a lot. Or maybe you were taking your kids to another neighborhood. We know you're not home. You don't have to leave out the the the bowl of candy. You don't have to deal with this kind of woman doesn't even we know you. Don't go anywhere carla. We know you don't do things. You're in their brushing doll hairs. Give me a fucking break. Call tyler call your son. But you can't because we all know tyler's in jail why because he started selling meth out of his dad's garage which is a house in palm beach. And actually tyler standard jeffrey epstein. And we all know. He didn't kill himself. So all right guys really brought it full circle. I connect this shit all day as always you can call into the hotline eight hundred. Two one three seven five zero three. Thank you guys for sharing. also it you Can find victoria for maryetta. Reach out to her. She's looking for some fun cool girlfriends. Good luck to taylor during the kito remember. Just be yourself because everybody loves ya. I'm starving. I'm gonna go eat some more olives and the mean honestly guys. I don't think i'm the last long on this but check in check. In by the time this airs. I will have either finished. Said fuck this and gone down to houston gotten a sushi roll and a and a cheeseburger fries because at this point. What are we doing this for. I love you. I mean it. Thank you so much for being here. Thank you to the wonderful women who donated The dinner to ls society and things stork fresco for. Obviously making. That happen into julia. Who is the woman of the year. See i'm telling you ladies. I think you wanna meet some friends get involved in charity. It's a cool way to give back and hey meet some buddies and remember when an auction to have sex with a professional athlete. That's really the moral that story. Fuck giving back and hell yes to get laid by somebody who plays baseball and has a contract that guarantees. They'll make thirty million dollars a year. That's what's up. 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#22: Shoot Dope Pics

Stuff You Should Do

47:01 min | 2 years ago

#22: Shoot Dope Pics

"Coming to you live from sunny. Santa Rosa beach. Do. If you wanna come somebody do it. If you want to go and Benesch for yourself, do it if you wanna company independent do it, given you the knowledge you need from subject matter. Experts to go out and start doing. And now, here's your devilishly handsome host Cam BIC -ly. Pam thank. Claim. Episode. We should do. Thanks for listening. If you listen apple pie cash is do you boy favor hit de-subscribe booking leave a like? Well, I guess it's too early to talk about leaving reviews, and such so just scribe for me. So you'll get all the updates as soon as I published a new episode. So today on this episode. I have another one of my friends here with me another co host and let him introduce himself. But he is a photographer and an avid Phillies sports fan so anything Philadelphia related talking. Sixers eagles all that stuff. He is on top of you've pretty much of Philly mega fan on top of some pretty dope as pitches. So without further ado, rob eleo. Welcome to the show, man. How you doing? What's gonna Cam happy to be here? Thank you for allowing the deal here today. And yeah, he summed it up pretty well. Even some of the better must show. Dell's but I will try to do my best. I I am Robert bolio born raised and currently back in south Philadelphia. Adage phillies. Sixers eagles flyers fan. And. Yeah, loggers all so out of all the Philadelphia teams. Do you have a favorite out of all of them? Are you just equally in world with all over? So I would. I would have to put the eagles. Sixers on one a one b. Yeah. Speaking at a sixes, what do you think about the buys hairs? What do you think about that new Ed by absolutely it to by Tara straight? Yeah. Yeah. And this is this is not just the Philly's fan. I feel like you'd be hard pressed to find many people disagree but starting lineup. Maybe not the bench so much now that the trade it so much way. But the Sixers next to the warriors, obviously behind the warriors. Arguably have the best the second best starting arm five in the NBA. I don't know how you gonna fit because he's like I say he's maybe the third of four bliss best player on the team. So I in my opinion, our rank on Joel Embiid number one. Of course, then being sent. Well, no, no, I'll put up put Ben Simmons behind Jimmy Butler Otago in Jimmy Ben Simmons. Why am I might put him in? I do I do being Nancy buys you think. Well, here's here's what's great about that often. I definitely put as right now with quicken bead. I and Jimmy second only because until Bank is had junk shot Belling. It's hard to put him up there. He actually he actually took his first nonleague buzzer beating half court three point attempt. I believe that he did. But it it was it was in an outlet rimmed out in like, the entire Wells Fargo center would burn down happy flames. Now open. So now he hadn't hit a three, right? Like, he either tempted like, I don't know maybe fifteen or so threes whole career he hadn't made one yet. Right. Yeah. I think this may have been definitely the season if not altogether his first actual game three not like it's not like a half like a full court buzzer-beating temp story like actual, you know, actual temps. But on the back each buys hires. You know, what's crazy is that? So I know you you question about how he's gonna fit in the offense. But and this knows that my Phillie, my basketball and their brain going to work, but Tobias Harris, and they're a little bit of research. So he actually is the most of one of the most efficient players in the NBA. So of players average twenty points per game in the NBA the season. He actually has the lowest usage rate of those players which can only mean that he is incredibly efficient. And the fact that you know, something still doesn't shoot that much. Anyway, it's still a lot of room a lot of shots in the offense. And the reason why they need to buy. So they got rid of both jammed there. We had Chandler on our team and a couple years ago levels. Janitor Wilson Chandler was great solid starter grit role player in Denver, right? But he's got a little up there in age now and Tobias Harris in the perfect scheme fit for this offense on another person strips floor and eventually kind of getting beat the play a little bit more in the post because in bead actually in in the offense. They're running now before today is gotten their stay at the top of the key lot because they had so few shooters like outside of JJ in Jimmy the notion that many three themselves the Butte after space floor out top of the key which is not his game. Like, he needs to be in the postseason absolute force in the post, and he needs to be there to buy Harris, y'all into the office is gonna look. Now, all of you actually called the Lakers name won't Sunday. But on jobs over one hundred drop over one hundred forty on the Lakers and ended up pulling the victory. Oh, they ended up the Victor of which was which was pretty nice. But this is I know listeners probably like get to the point like this is not a sports pie. Kasmin with Minneola listeners have spores podcast, if you in the Philly area, I and you wanna do a Philadelphia sports pike has I guarantee you rob would be the perfect fit for that podcast. So rolling on of like, we said Rob's Tigers. So talk a little bit about your your for tiger fy bag around like what you got started. And let the people know what they can find you on Instagram to see some of that. Awesome work. Yeah. Absolutely. So just to start Instagram Facebook Instagram is well mined Ceram is gonna be at Bobby underscore. The underscore Takeuchi. Rashidi in just about the name real quick. Did does that did you get inspiration from like actual, Bobby? If you know my right. Yes. Oh, so funny story. So. So, you know, my family I come from a very on original naming family father. My father's name is Robert my brother's name is Bobby technically, Robert and so back around high school in the two dozen five occasionally couple of people here, and they recall, Bobby, and because my last name begins with the letter v occasionally get somebody approaching me in the hallways hit which Bobby. And I'm sure you know, in this is back when Bobby Valentino still thing dropping hits here and there like the mid two thousand. I was like, you know, I was like the white Bobby at the time. So he was singing. Maybe occasionally kitchen girls in the in the hallway them slow. I was a big fan of officer. But that's neither here nor there. So yes, a little bit about view here and there, and so I just ran with it and its stock, and, you know, fast forward to today, and it kind of like my secondary greeting now on not just rob anymore. Bobby more often than I get rob almost to the point. And so when I decided to launch photography company kind of stuck on the name because you know, the name of everything, and I didn't want to just call Robert voglio of tiger. She like that kinda sounded like plant. So, you know, Bobby photography. I regret nothing and. Records if in his catching too. I it sounds good Iribe. Yeah. It does. It does. So the Instagram handle is Bobby underscore V underscore, photography, right? Yep. Okay. Gotcha gushing. What what got you started in photography. 'cause I know like your prior air force experience. You were you a public affairs? Right. Yes. Worked in the public affairs office. I was a photo journalist by trade. I did a lot of writing and tiger with the the military and very grateful for that experience. I got to do a lot of amazing things at the air force and the met office lot of opportunities, and I've always kind of been interested ever. I just never really kinda pursued it until the air force. But yet just being able to kind of photography is just kind of being able to. Tell the story able to paint a picture on in one of Milan favorite pages ever feed, ever, read it or follow. It is humans of New York. So you go check out of New York. It's a Facebook page on millions and millions of dollars in. It's just kind of like a man on the street type of Dogra fee wear. You know, this dog refer capture somebody on the street and kinda capture the quote from them tells like their entire life story, or whatever he may may or may ask the person that day, and it's really it's really a a. You know, catching and was one of the one of my one of my influences and Mitch being able to kind of tell stories and capture certain moments and. Weddings? Engagements? You know, baby. Whatever you name it certain happy experiences. You know, the things that you have to to catch once in a lifetime moments or things that really stuck out to me. Right. Right. Storytelling is definitely important. When you're when you're a photographer because just taking random photos as cool, but it just takes it to another level when you can, you know, paint a picture with the photos that you take like what you were saying word, you could just take pictures. Impeach get the the message trying to convey, and I get that from your pictures too. Appreciate that. Nearly like they say pictures worth a thousand words, really they really are. They really are. So let's talk a little bit about your quit because I don't really know too much about cameras outside of iphone camera. So when you're looking at DM series about photography, the you have any particular space, you looking for in a camera in layman's terms, because I look at some of some of the specs cameras, and I'm like, I don't know any Liz me. Yes. So typically, your your three cameras three brands most people typically by either going to be Nikon's cannons or Sony's when I was with the air force use Nikon's on a pretty good cameras on all around there. Pretty. Yeah. Embeds an icon. They're just they're kinda like a Jack of all trades in a sense on on average. But you know, Jack well-treated a currently I'm using a Sony a six thousand it's a little dated now a couple of new ones of come out since. But if the Sony for you know, for kind of portrait overall environment shots, I feel is better than anything. I've used before. The only. Drawback on the Sony's, I would say is long exposure photography. So in layman's terms is you know, if you've ever trying to catch the capture lights or something like something like fireworks, or, you know, back when we were stationed at Vandenberg, California, like the rocket launches when you try to eat when you're kinda trying to capture white as it travels through the sky, just like giant im- of light. Yes. Onis don't do that particularly. Well, I don't really use my own for that anymore anyway. But on the effort the portrait in the environmental photography. It's absolutely amazing camera. S the Sony Sony camera. Yes. Okay. So for somebody has just starting out looking to get started in photography. Do you have a recommendation on what cameras should use or at least start out because camera get expensive? Yeah. Absolutely. Yeah. We start there. Obviously. Not just the summit. Just they'll break the Bank on a camera. You can definitely get a lot of oh, you're looking for in a camera out of something much cheaper than you know, what the the high end Tigers us. And like, I said do really is. You know, do do a little bit of research. I know obviously. That's why I'm here as well. I'm gonna get to that. But they all have advantages and disadvantages. I wanna say this manages a lot of all these cameras, I guess at Sony's icons and cannons the photograph really, well, unless you're using a polaroid camera, the cameras should work. Well, but yeah, I'm still currently I just do a lot of. I just booked my first wedding actually for this this coming summer. I'm really excited about that. Gra? Aw. I don't even appreciate that. I only have all of my ready yet. You know, I I have one camera body and to his one of which came with the camera. A couple of tripods. I don't have any lighting equipment yet. Still waiting to move into a new place. Hopefully later on this year cassette studio in there so botany leading lights or anything like that yet. It depends on what you're trying to do what you're using Tigers before but more or less any camera that you're looking for should be able to fulfil those requirements. Right. So you brought up a quit. As far as a quick goes in your opinion. What do you feel like our dab salute bare minimum minimums that a person needs to have to start shooting. You know, pretty good quality photos. They don't have to be perfect high def you know, master photo. But if somebody's looking to start, you know, shooting photography or doing freelance photography and they wanted to look decent. What do you think the baseline of the baseline equipment is they need so camera obviously would. Yes. From your camera on some people some people don't have as steady hands just holding cameras so owed recommend the tripod. No tripod set it up in cutting. It used to your angles that you can use. Camera. You would wanna get a flash cameras have built flash cut a pop out from within the cabinet cell. But they're not nearly as effective is an actual flashy. You can attach to the top of your camera or your, you know, your flash will provide a lot of that that still lighting in a shadowy area, or, you know, not as well area. Obviously that flash will bright now in a. Kind of help out exposed that on that picture fully. Before you get any of that stuff. I would like you said the beginning. Obviously a camera. Just camera camera go out in just start shooting troop shoot anything. It's snowed here yesterday in Philly. I wanted to grab Ammar disco just do a random snow shoot. Yeah. I feel like his night and snow's not going away anytime soon it real wasn't. Phone with that you have to get snowed in while. I'm going to the beach in Florida. I mean, I'm not trying to rub it in or anything like that. But I'll be back in Kelly next week. So I'll of this for about a good week young. She still like seventy degrees out in Kelly 'cause it's the same year round out too. Yeah. It's just one long season, which most people they're paying I the season does much like, I actually don't mind the snow and probably in the minority saying, but I actually loved this no until four or five AM, and I gotta go shovel me and my neighbors in a walkway and completely dust off my car, speaking of dust off the car, I mean being or being from the south and living in the south. We don't really see too much snow, and I was doing my usual internet surfing today. And I saw this new of invention that you just drive through it and it instead of using like the scraper snow at the top of your car. You just like drive your car through this little is like a brush, you just drive it through that. And it gets the snow off the topic Coa so what I was wanting to ask is have you ever like had snow flou- somebody's car and like hit your your windshield or something like that. I didn't know that was really a danger of a dangerous place away snows. But the snow come up people's roofs in in in fuck stuff up. I literally was driving the ronko Aaron's earlier today actually in that. What's happening? My entire drive on the highway snowfall as they were kind of exhilarated. There have been some stole my car off in smack in the road and the people behind me. But yet it happens. I'm actually got back up jury's out this this snowy car washes sounds like this is a car wash too is not a girl. I don't. Not a car wash. But it's what the only the only I guess vehicle or automobile saw working on the school bus. But the school was had a whole bunch of snow caked on top of it. And it just drove under his big ass brush pretty much in brushed all the snow off. I can't remember what it was called. But I just saw when I was scrolling through like my Facebook feed, and it showed a video of some snow flying off of somebody's roof and just destroying somebody's windshield. And I was like what I didn't. I didn't even think that that was a danger of living in places where it snowed a lot. I'm really interested in that. Now, I'm gonna have to look at that later, it kind of looked like like a call west type deal. They just drove through it. All right next come on through. Checkers. Bring the it'd be scraping the snow off the roof assu definitely for boss who's gonna wanna climate Boston all off. Nobody definitely nobody in. If a bus driver did do that. And you still don't think the buzzed driving. When you off the bus. You are the worst kind of person on his planet. Worse. The people that don't say thank you hold the door for them. Oh god. Don't get me. Started on that. God, I hate when people do that, you sit there and wait even when people for away like you open the door, and it takes like ten seconds to get through the door. So you've held a dull for this. Dick it for like ten seconds. And they walk through still don't say, thank you. That's the most frustrating thing on his planet. Then you just in your head. Hope they step on Legos like every morning the rest of the large. Exactly like, I hope you have a kid. He's legal all the time. And you step on each one of them. But yeah that that's that's a whole nother rant. I probably ran about that for like a good. I don't even know it would just give me fired hotel. I'm getting fired of talking about it. But anyway, we'll do another podcast about every hope happened the people that don't say thank you only can fill forty minutes with that. Exactly. We probably could we just. Yeah. I'm like that. I do I like that idea. So the snake pike is stuff, you should do, obviously. And I like to ask all the people that come on the show about you know, what they're discussing what discussed on a pie cast. So for all the people listening right now, why do you think they should take autocracy or Trotta hand at freelance photography all? So a lot of people are creative in and a lot of ways need, they may not even realize it. So for me, I must then would be up victim of a camera. Go out just takes photos and work with Photoshop didn't. I it's just it's amazing. The things that you can create not only by taking over. But will you can do with everything after the fact, and like I said, it just goes back to initial initial message in our love being able to tell story by they're just be with photos that could be nobody in nobody in the photo, but trees in the sky or actual people for weddings engagements in such and such cetera. Gay just being able to kind of, you know, tell story I think is really awesome. And. Via for a lot of people that are creative. They might not even realize and Todd graffiti is pretty reform of creativity that I think a lot of people should test out if shoot people to might not have a hobby or don't know what they like, hey, pick up a camera, go out and sue some stove. Maybe you maybe that'll be your thing. Maybe that'll be your go to to release the creativity. Because a lot of people like you said, I agree with that one hundred percent that people are creative. And they just don't know how to express it. So sometimes you just gotta find it, you know, and photography might be for you that might be a way to to get that creativity out absolutely agree with that hundred percent. You talked about Photoshop so looking at the pictures on your feed, you got like some crazy pigs, and I'm like, how did you get these pictures to turn out like his like I saw some pictures with like fireworks explode, which I I'm not a hundred percent sure how you got to look. All steel rice like you just pause time and took the picture. So for those pictures like that can you explain the process a little bit like those like action shots with somebody's in the air. Fireworks going off. Can you explain what you do to get those get those pictures is perfect as you knew? Yeah. Absolutely. So actually talked a little bit earlier in the so that's kinda like remote photography on me. She's probably a time lapsed on our shooting time lapse. It's totally drawn a blank or night, literally decided earlier of long exposure. Thank you. Thank you. Better than I am long. Thank you. Yes. So I talk a little bit earlier long exposure photography. And so yes, so for things like that, especially fireworks are great one. And some of the photos that I have I have actually taken a couple kind of you could qualify myself because I can actually walk away from my camera and take photos fireworks with me in them. And so what you do a lot of cameras not a lot all cameras have the the setting to hell word. So with your shutter speed, you can shoot at certain speeds and to kind of classify which speed is which you can like their charts online. You can look at kinda see what? Would speed you would need to be for something like somebody walking a car driving by and you can name things faster slower on each end of the spectrum. But if you go all the way down past the slow slow shutter speeds have something that's called bulb and your bold setting is basically goal on Boyer. Bowl like a lightbulb like, yeah. Okay. I got. So you have a light bulb. And so we can do you can actually get a remote trigger, and you can plug it in your camera. And you're in that bulb setting. You could actually you can hold on your remote shutter and for as long as you want. Kind of you can freeze that photo for for as many seconds you on depending on your settings longer or shorter that you hold that exposure the phone may be in a brighter or darker on as your settings and things, but. Yeah. It's very really good for fireworks. Being able to freeze something fireworks in midair on. What are other things? I think maybe the maybe the water on the trip to the Bahamas late last year for my birthday, bro. My tripod in my camera outs. Those. Got a lot of shots of ways kinda crashing back and forth and catching a really opportune times being shutter Cher speeds long exposure with Ozzy is really cool thing to explore. And like, I said earlier is fewer interested in something like that. Again, look at look into it a little bit. I would recommend either getting Nikon or canon camera with that because I own Sony camera. And that's like the one drawback that I have on is along expert of tiger fee with Sony camera. But it's clearly not doing so bad. Because you think that they're okay. I think they're right. I think they're good. I think they would nice, man. You talked about using Photoshop, and I think that was only programming name, but us long exposure to capture the shots like you said cars passing by fireworks going out or our going off. So once you've snap these pictures talk a little bit about post-production production like would software programs at us into edge of photos, just Photoshop or are using more than that. So I used to to apps primarily use Photoshop and light room. And so within those light room, I've actually grown out of my way, and some people you can find them online. Some people have created their own on precepts photographers will create their own presets on purchased a couple of those from some people. Amazing on my own precepts precepts. I mean, so you you have filters, you know, you ever Snapchat soldiers like, you're in those filters when you swipe over on Snapchat. If you take a picture, and you see like the colors chains, they get brighter darker Tetra etcetera, those are so he can put it all everything. Exactly. I haven't made one of those. Yep. I'm working. But so yet a precept filters. And so I went made some of my own presets probably made me a couple dozen of them and there for certain exter- for certain situations like whether. I've moody kind of moody presets on precepts brighten up dark photos and vice versa with bright photos. I, you know, springtime presets summertimes presets wintertime presets like you name them. And so, yeah, you could take a lot of the photos, and you know. Sub net might look kinda dull and dry at the beginning. Little bit of tinkering with touching up in Photoshop light room. And it looks nothing. Like the photo that you began with right, and yes, that's what you see a lot of those photos is, you know, a lot of the presets that I have and that I use. They tend to bring out more color. Then is initially shots. I love bringing. I love bring out the colors. I love colorful, photography, some people like black and white a little bit more. I love bringing up the colors of my photos year. And that as good on you for doing that. Because some people might not see it this way. Maybe it's because I'm a cancer, and I'm like super-sensitive, but the colors in the pictures, really dictate how feel toward that picture. So I I do you really play on that like your photos if there you have to call us pop. I'm like, oh, man. This is it makes me feel. No like in all I'm like shocked. I'm happy on my hanging. So colorful, a love it. But then if you black and white I'm like fuck it said like it might be picture. But I'm like, oh, this black and white. You know, so do you do you take that into consideration when you're editing, you're photos, white room Photoshop? Yes. Lutely, you know, you're the final photo, obviously. But whatever I produce at the end of the day is I wanted to convey, whatever it is that I'm trying to convey, whether it be some kind of mood happiness through a lot of Brighton popping, callers or a little bit of thought, you know, thinking or. I don't wanna see sadness, but you know, a little bit more seriousness with you know, black and white. It could be sentenced to depending on. What is being taken a photo of? Yeah. Absolutely. We don't Tigers. I would like to believe don't just snap. Ono's? Just throw them up on Facebook. Here. It is. It. Absolutely. There's there's a lot of processing then that goes into these autos. So speaking of artists just throwing photos up there. What would you say, your your niche or your ura style of a tiger Phy is, you know, like some people are they do photos, a minimalist type stuff some people do food photography. What is a what is Bobby V photography was your wish should go to? I get asked a lot too. I still don't think I've actually pegged one down to be honest. I really I love shooting everything really do. Pharmacy shooting a lot of events. Books are events people are needed photographers four, but at the same time, you know, I don't mind getting out of bed in the morning picking up my camera and being on the go. But yeah, definitely. Definitely there has to be people that have to be people shots. I I loved you know, capturing moments upset over and over again. Capturing moments and just kind of having that people perspective in my photos. You can you can you know, I feel as you know, you get a lot more with people in your photos enough. I just think picture of, you know, a tree or a landscape or some, you know, a mountain or anything like that. Got you. So you all over the place getting those photos of people in speaking of you chasing down photo opportunities. You will chase him down one in you ended up tearing your ACO. Right. You out in the field soon some photos and pop went ACL not as not really what happened. But you you did toyah ACO doing what again just you just running in it happened. Yeah. It crazy. So I was I was just at the gym about a month ago running on a treadmill, and you know, a lot of lottery. Ratios MC L kind of injuries. Especially those the knee for those that don't know they kinda happened on cutting motions. Like like if you're playing basketball football. So and I knew it as soon as it happened. Like, I was running on a treadmill, and I was running like an eight speed kinda doing sprints intervals, fast and flow, the best than flow and next thing. I know I take a step with my right name. And I just felt it pop entire leg gave. And by the grace of God, I managed to hold onto the treadmill because you know, one of those funny videos, you see somebody fly off the treadmill. That would have been me. I would have faith I smack the treadmill and probably will wall summer. But yes, I partially thankfully, partially tour a see all my meniscus. Currently do. It's rehab right now, some heavy rehab of I hate to off my feet for too long. I'm somebody. That's always on the go have to go. Go go, go go, right. So foregoing surgery for Nell hopefully forever, but we're gonna see how rehab does and go well so far to miss the best to recover it at NASA. And you might just might turn me off two treadmills in tire because I was already owned the fence about stopping all much ram, you'll workouts because I was I was you know, reading or Google stove. And you know, how to internet is on internet is true. And the internet said running on treadmills is bad. So I think you just confirmed it. I will be a treadmill runner. I'm definitely somebody that likes to play sports or be out in about. But obviously, you know in the winter it's hard to kind of get that that that workout in outsi- on the question. Now, it's it's currently from snowing freezing rain out now. So definitely not running in that. True, true, true true or you just stop doing cardio altogether. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, I have already a month. And I'm just here we go. I'm just living my best life. Now. Today, you go, right. Owns ripe Chick-fil-A for days. Fillets? So here's the real question. Here oughta all Chick-fil-A sauces, wait. Wait in. I really hope you say the right answer who, but which sauce is the best Chick-fil-A sauce hands down. I hope that we're an agreement now that you probably listen like that. But I'm gonna say the chick fillet saw. So yes, yes. Yes. Yes, we go. I was hoping you wouldn't say Polynesian because if going to Polynesian, I was going to have to ban you. People always say, Polynesian sauces, so good. But it's really. No Chick-fil-A soften. You would create a lot of people. Don't even know. Like there is a chip off. Right, right. They're so used to the Polynesian USA to hunting musters barbecues and etcetera etcetera like you like nobody's ever. Some people have actually thought to ask like. What about the sauce? Geez. You know, what you know? What people y'all again, a two for one on this episode stuff? You should do. So on top of tiger Affi. Another thing you should do is go to the nearest for lay order something. And makes you get that chick fillet sauce. If you haven't had it already it'll change your life. The only place that does that you don't you cannot go to McDonalds and ask for the McDonald's sauce. They will look at you. Like, you're crazy. We'll won't that to be honest. I'm afraid of what McDonald's what the ingredients might be McDonald's. Does the best McDonald sauce that they have? They don't sell any more. It was the limited sexual on sauce from working Morty yet thought they were gonna bring that bag after all the after oughta the lobbying to get one. Yes. Regal. Rick. Oh, jeez. Oh, we're going down a detour of of food and socks hunger. Yeah. Me too. I I am a little bit hungry, and we'll be hungry, but actually real quick. So so in the if anybody has ever experienced sports injuries or currently injured right now and a little bit bedridden. Like, I am if you're looking for anything to kind of cut to get into a big gamer. I'm a pretty big aim are always been a big gamer Carly rock. The Xbox One right now for anybody PS four fans out there. I'm sorry. New no notes Xbox One band. And so I am a pretty big pretty big sports player. He could definitely catch me on some Madden or two. K I've actually went out of my way out. Some awesome streaming gear. Nail streaming the the new wave. Like ninja is right. Yeah. Who doesn't own you've been all over the place. Like, so. Yeah, I got a whole set up in my room. Now got a whole I bought a green screen. I got another tripod. I got tro streaming webcam. And yet how you can catch me a stream institute games and. Yeah. Stream is definitely a new way. Maybe I'm have to do another episode about that about streaming games or getting the twitch channel or something. Like that. Because that's definitely the new way thing they people are getting hooked up right here. They're getting all the goods right now. We just gave away like, Mike, Foale episodes warfare information. So maybe that'll made out of bring people back bring people back to listen to this one. I think one thing that some people might not be as. From million by some people might wanna know about is kinda like social media, and branding you. Yeah. Yeah. So talk talk because you got a pretty big following on a on the Instagram's on the jeez. So bit about how you've been able to grow your fan base. As far as posing you pictures. Is there anything specific that you do when you post your pictures to try to appeal to the photography niche or niche on Instagram? Yeah. Absolutely. So depending on what I post like if I posted a photo of an animal, mocking hashtag. I don't know like something. That's not an animal. I'm not gonna hashtag food. Keep your you got again. Away animal. It is. You're going to go there. But no, yeah. You wanna keep your hashtags relatable and relevant to what you're posting something that some people might not know about Instagram. So that you can actually when you post something you can post up to but not exceed thirty hashtag. Sure to get every use of every hashtag that I can. So there's two there's two thousand hashtag thing because I know that you can do up to thirty but talking to talking to people own Instagram about the whole Instagram algorithm because it's always updated. So you can use up to thirty. But from what I've been hearing about nine to ten is the optimum range because if you using thirty Instagram might flag, a count is spammy or like, they might a essentially do call goes Bannon or sat Oban something like that. And well that is is like people the hashtags that us they just won't show up on that hashtags pays. So you know, how each how each hashtag has like you could you could type in hashtag photo hashtag Pataki and has got his own Instagram page, so each hashtag has its own page. So doing. All of those doing thirty Instagram might flag a counter spammy. And then it won't be showing up in those those hashtag pages. So you might not get as much exposure as you won't. But that's just what I've been here. Now, you might be right. I've I've heard something about the algorithm. I looked too much in the algorithm. Could just like an extra thing that I have around two, but on the does make sense because on be you don't need to pay attention to out. Here. Anything that can that can continue to strengthen that that follow. I'll definitely off to look into that show scratch. What I said, maybe optimal hashtags so teddy your most important ones. And Dan another thing that I do hopefully that is folks with the the Instagram. Algorithm is try to tag as many relevant people on I live in Philly. And I take a lot of photos of things around the city. So I'll tag like Philly magazine, just a regular Philly Instagram pays Philly com is a lot of Philly. Affiliates. Rampages the product capture their attention as well actually gotten a couple of them on. So far actually got one of the main of Philly pages to us one of my pictures. They have like I think two hundred thousand dollars that's on. They use my photo for the eagles season opener note as awesome as major what I didn't even know that man like that's Grimm. This up bad when it's gotta be a little bit. Maybe a little bit too persistent. But you know, and that's another thing too. Don't be afraid to tag, even verified accounts, tag, those big accounts. Because all it takes is one time for them to see your content if they like it, and they have a big following. And they share it. Forget about it. Absolutely. And. One thing with photography, and especially with the ACL injury that I'm dealing with. Now is in the beginning. I didn't figure this out right away. Like most people just you know, you got a bunch of pictures. The you're so excited to share them. They post them all eight nine ten photos up and his post mall at the same time. But stagger them. The room. Picture day ready to go don't want to you know. Don't to shoot them all away. Is if you upload ten at one time. I mean, that's cool that you maybe when you first started out a kind of makes sense just to get some stuff on your page. But if you feel like it will throw off you consistency rhythm like if you post ten one day in you, go missing for like two weeks. You follow what the fuck like a followed? You for consistent pictures, and you just punching disappear like. Get Archie theorists page. So something that I didn't figure out in the beginning until a little bit later is that in all take a lot of shots of Saint person. You can kind of tell the same color scheme and everything will post them rose three. So if you know if you go to page, you can kind of see that it's kinda designs like you see steps of three know, it's not just picture ran the person picture in the first picture random person. It's all it's it's designed colored poets made it a little bit, you know, appealing to the eye. But I think the last set of three that I posted this week was from from the parade actually here in a New Year's day, but posted this set of free this one guy caused you. And so obviously post the photo it will start off in like that like the left every photo you post afterward and start getting pushed to the right. And so I posted the first photo of the guy looking to the left if you're looking at your phone, then the second photo ahead of him with his arms up like in the dead center. And then with Irv photo posted with him looking to the right. So it just kind of looks like they're all looking Santer. Now, all your posted. Just kind of make aesthetically pleasing to the I. Oh, yeah. Definitely. That's awesome. Man. That's another gym dropping June of left, and right because Instagram is such a is such a visual platform that you definitely want to you wanna play to the visual aspect of it. If I feel like I just said the same day twice. But it's it's so visual. Yeah. You wanna make it? You wanna make it pop pretty much? You wanna just make stick out? You wanna catch people's attention and small feel like small things like that man to the aesthetic of your page and making sure his visit visually pleasing, please into the I can can really help you follow him. So thanks for that man, problems gyms all over the place in closing before we get out of here. Rob. This has been a pretty this has been a good pike has been a great podcast actually before we get outta here. Those closing shots out for the people about you for tiger Affi that social like this rapid all up as far as photography if they wanna get started era, how to design your Instagram fees stuff like that just get people those last closing party shots before you get out of here. Yeah. Absolutely. So first off it was a pleasure to be on the podcast, man. Thank you for having me. Doesn't take some of the ideas that we had during the podcast and maybe set up a future. One some definitely down with bet. But all my create is out there. Uh-huh. Like, I said go out and just get a camera is just go shoot looking ever know. We're you're gonna fall in love with while you do it on, you know, I love shooting star feel like it's literally one of the pure joys of my life. And if you ever follow please shooting follow shoot me a message on Instagram again at Bobby underscore, V underscore, the dodgy. Hill question feel free to shoot. Suitable bobby's shoot them bugs bell show. You shoot me. Bobby Valentino Lear block. We'll probably we'll probably be okay. So definitely do it seriously as shoo shoo me some messages, if you have questions about cameras about your stock pages about Instagram page setting up, you not the stuff, branding, your your Instagram pages. You know, a love to answer all of them. It's such a cliche thing. But it really is true. If you love what you do you'll never work into danger list, really. Noon, really never will. And I feel that way when it comes to Pataki, and I hope that whatever people are doing whatever they haven't fall in love with that. Hopefully, they future. They'll feel the same way. I do about. Geography. Bam narrative, so we gave you all quite a lieu of quite a few tidbits to upcoming episode. So hopefully, if you listen to all the way through to the end you'll be back on here next week. So I'm Cam, he's rob thank you off. Listen to this episode of stuffy should do air member. Thanks for listening to the stuff. 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Episode #1830 The New Phil Hendrie Show

The World of Phil Hendrie

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Episode #1830 The New Phil Hendrie Show

"Hi It's Phil Henry here for the world famous filling show website, and of course, our show, and also we have a newsletter that we punch out there every you know maybe two two times a month. We don't WANNA be bothersome. We don't want a hassle you or anything but if you'd like receive our newsletter by all means, please sign up for it. You can do it midway down our homepage at Phil Hendrie show dot com that's right midway down the homepage. You'll see this big big box that says, enter your email address here and you'll get our newsletter and it just includes our. Newsletter that is specials things that were selling the merge store thoughts that I may have on life, and the Times that we are living other jazz like that really important jazz and stuff that comes into my head and then flows out of it almost as rapidly as it enters it. So if you'd like a copy of our newsletter and to be a little bit of part of our. Family you can subscribe, of course with a a month or a year subscription, but we're not we're not gonNA press. You'RE NOT GONNA Hassle you not GonNa bug you. Oh, please. No. Anyway get the newsletter by sending a self addressed I mean. Got To send email, you've got to send the email to your your email address to us at filigree show dot com just go over to our webpage our home page there and do it broke time. Now for our encore show for today, the Twenty Fourth of September twenty twenty, we're going back to September the twenty sixth of two, thousand sixteen. This is an interesting one that we picked out for you This is a show where we have the panel back in studio. Perhaps, we were out on vacation of four years ago I. Don't I don't remember but this show occurred on the day of a presidential debate between president trump now president trump and Hillary Clinton so our panel is back. In studio interviewing Ted, Bell and Rudy Canosa about the debate night special ten beverly. Hills. which would be happening that night Margaret Sing Spirit in the Sky Kurt Queen Guy Barton hear church bells. Is there a buddy swinging in the BELFRY? Holy God what kind of show was that? Well, let's listen now showy the world famous Phil Hendrie show taking back. To September of two thousand sixteen here in our aren't car tonight. The twenty. Fourth of September twenty twenty. Hi, it's Phil Henry Voices, all of the people that you hear on our podcast today will all be performed by me there's just me. I'm sitting here in a studio and that's how it's done and people like to know otherwise they feel dumb. So. The. World famous fill in show this general given show. I'm Margaret Grains. Bud Dickman. Henry. Thank you all of those voices you just heard. Performed by May. We know that Phil Thank you. Rub a little bit. Margaret Really. Really. Really. Tightens. Your. Problem. You played. Never mind. General stumbled around a little bit there. I'm not stumbling the only thing I stumbled. It'll be your body in the dark eth- right dispatch you another reaches, Oh yeah. All right. Thank you. Phil Hendrie show. Thank you very. Welcome. WHO's ferry? Anyway that's music. He's playing Oh. Yeah. So, let's see today there's a lot first of all general. Tell us about tonight. Tonight is by self at our see Collins. And I think he's going to be on the phone here to me a little bit got arsenal phone. Yeah. You must call him up. Because he's part of this. so-called debate coverage. I can't wait to hear this. I've heard the two of you on your films which is bad enough as it is. What do you mean? Look I get put in a studio to watch a bad movie with this not this kid. But I I think it'll be fun to listen to you guys commenting. On. The debate. Get I'll do the best I can. I. Hope he holds up his end if you'll pardon the expression tonight and that's the debate. Yes. The Clinton trump debate and it will be live here on the Phil Hendrie show that be live stream of general, Gaylon Shaw and And RC Collins commenting on the debates so that is going to be That's definitely going to be one for the books. secons here from Nothern California. Where are your? Family Andro at bothers plant. See this general short getting real. They want us to just come at a little bit. You know I'm the debate tonight and other be pretty good 'cause it's going to be for the President of America we get that kid but what people are Gonna Is. Ask You won't. You. Go ahead. What he's GonNa us well, maybe to ask it. He just told me to go ahead. Right, I told the general do. All right go ahead. Oh. Well, thank you God. Look. I'm just trying to move this thing along on account of the fact that you're elderly. Reach the guy you know I go through a phone don't you? Know I go through the phone don't you talking about just finish this interview before I before I go nuts what are we gonNA talk about tonight or we're going to talk about Hillary Clinton and Donald Clinton they're both running for president. Donald Trump. Dear. Yeah. Donald trump and they're both running for president and they're going to be having a debate. We will be coming on that I didn't what what will you be looking for in this debate where I mean? I'M NOT GONNA. Look. Br Anything. Specific or anything it'd be a specific I mean specific I'm sorry I'm. A little bit nervous animals. So hung over hung over. Board nineteen years old. I'm allowed not necessarily depending upon where. And what you were doing. Come on quick break in my cash, which Mr Henry lay in my balls over and all right. Thank you very much and all other. Wow. Let's move along now to the next piece of business that's moving onto the next piece of business that we to have to listen to him the vulgarity that I'm sure we'll that will flew flew will flow forth. Yes. Right there that will flow sleuth fuck that will flow forth tonight that will flip. That's tonight RC Collins in general kick General Gaylon Shaw, and so that's happening tonight we also are going to be talking with Ted Bell about what's going on at. Ted's Beverly Hills. Tonight or right because he's got some hold on are you all right what is going on? I haven't been on the. We haven't done a show in a week because last week and let me just state for the record. How wonderfully grateful. We all are for the. You know just the the the condolences and sympathy. By everybody in already for the passing my brother, Dera were appreciative of that. Yes. But I'm saying that doesn't mean you forgot how to do a show, right? No, it doesn't mean I've forgotten how to do a show I'm just it's All phrase you'll do too little fresh. Yeah. Maybe a little nude a little new. Oh well anyway myself at our. We already got to that part general. Thank you over moving on. Now we're moving on. We're talking about Ted Bell, Yes ted is at. The, well. Terry Bells. Yes. He's at Ted. Bells and he'll be on to talk a little bit about what's going on there tonight I'm GonNa be singing spirit in the sky because as you know, frank has booked me into. The toilets I wouldn't say they're toilets. Well, that's what you said on on twitter last night. I saw you were complaining about some of these clubs that. Franken's book you into. A lot of these dockside dumps that he I don't mind the clubs that he that he books me into per se. But when he books into these dockside toilets, you instead what I mean by dockside. Guess. You're you're talking about Pedro San Pedro. Yes Pedro. But anything that's dockside with Tattoo Parlors and slobs who are yes attractive because. Miss. But don't don't do it because I will drop where you stand. Yes. The men at these dockside filthy holes are attractive to me because of the. Her manliness, I'm. To get into what you guys will turn this you'll turn it into a filthy dirty stag. A what. Filthy. Dirty. STAG booby. You're talking about your attraction. It's not at attraction to well that's what you're saying. The rough tough guys, the oil, the filthy dirty clowns hanging these bars are oddly attractive. Yes. But the point is I don't like singing those dumps. Why not? Why not home? Because it stinks like a sewer everything. Why is frank putting you into these places frank is doing this. These are favors for these people. Do you understand he knows every guy that owns every crap can bar from Pedro, to San Francisco to San Diego, and he does them all favors by booking me in there and having me sing for my supper. Just. Feel like Claire Trevor in key Largo. What's she do? Claire Trevor was the girlfriend of the gangster. Johnny. Rocco. Any forced to to sing when she couldn't sing. She needed a drink. She badly needed a drink and this dirty filthy. This gangster played by. Up. CAGNEY. What? Edward G. Robinson Robinson foster to sing Disa- she could get. Get get it slowdown. What is he trying to do what he say by? So she could give. She could get her winter whistle get her wetter whistle trying to say wetter whistle. Yes and. Then say you blow it. All right. Talk Okay Point is fill. It is very, very traumatic from we're going to hear Margaret Singing, but you have some Sun. I'm not going to do my act here. That's what you're talking about. Spilling stock yes. I do WANNA do spirit in the sky because is very spiritually meaningful songs for me and yes, I will be rolling it out this coming weekend at. Dockside. That's Alvin Dockside in San Pedro Alright. So that's that and So I thought. Well, we would do right down here on the world famous Phil. Henry. Shows get on over to our good friend Ted Bell's from Ted's of Beverly Hills to find out what over there man. Let me tell you this. We have a fantastic fantastic senator tonight you know the the debate is going to be on we're going to be serving some of the The miniature chickens we've got a lot of we got a lot of everything. Remembered Hills. Can we what everybody? Who Do what? What's to watch the debate to come on down here? People are going to be watching the debate and listening to General Show and that's fine. You're to be down here. Well, there's A. Problem. All right. So you don't mind if I have a subscription service. That crazy about that. Now, if you WANNA show it there. That sounds fine I. Mean it's it's basically taking an internet feed and putting up the big screens you do that. The can we do? Do I can we put the Internet on a on a big screen the Internet during the picture of the old bill? Feeling says. Rudy. AAC Bill. I gotTa Talk to ten I know but he's talking to. Eight. But can you put it up there? You put the picture up on the screen. Can you put up the pick? This guy's a dummy. Let. Me Ask you I anyway we're going to. We're going to have. Good. Time tonight. So is there any kind of coverage it'll cover charge or anything? No just coming into it beverly hills tonight. To Watch the debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump and. The miniature can We have dementia drumstick, Lynch Chicken, wing? We also are now. You know. The Internet up on a big screen he's still talking to this dumb, ass. But what what is it? Did you guys need to know maybe we can but you wanNA talk to them. What are you need to know nothing that you've believe me I, respect you. But the last time you tried to tell us how to do something and we lost every, we lost every TV you. Get it. Wrong. I. Mean but yeah. What he trying to trying to get the picture for the Internet up the big screen. That's always. What are you doing? Man You? I can show the guy had to do it. You gotta go there to do it right on the turn on the phone. Talking to the guy. Back, lane, he's calling you WANNA bag line. That line the back line, the back of. My Office. My office door, you're telling them. Yeah it's. A lot of nerves Thanks. Anyway. It's nice to talk to you. Yeah. Coming in tonight thirty prime rib doing I'm talking to the guy telling him about the primary special with miniature kicking I just want to him oh. Yeah. Yeah. Bill as beverly, hills one of the leading cutting edge restaurants in America a place where you are going to get something that no place else in America conservative. You know our miniature chicken has taken off. These are chickens that are only about two to three inches tall and about three inches open just small chickens. Now, we introduced the tens of Beverly Hills midget sandwich or they would. Call. It the midget chicken sandwich, the miniature chicken sandwich, the spiced miniature chicken. So it has one little piece of help I'm sorry I've draft that. Go into the office ways this guy calling. But what are you doing? Column. So, what we have is the miniature chicken sandwich and it has one little tiny piece of a Jalapeno pepper, two pieces of bread. We just took the brand of just two little crumbs of it and we squeezed the chicken, and between that, we are going to have hundreds of thousands of those sandwiches out trivia tonight here Tinge Beverly Hills in anticipation for this big big debate. I'm sure you could hear in the background the sounds of children You know this is where we have our lunch special going on their children here tonight no children no children allowed in our bar although they are here today. This is a bunch of kids are in. Ted this is Margaret. The miniature chicken you said that you're taking to crumbs of bread I don't understand that. They're not. They're not slices of bread. And why not? Because they're too small if the chicken itself is only two inches long. Where am I going to play the loaf of bread? You know that's two inches. I don't know it seems to me that would be something you could begin to market as you know making a miniature loaf of bread. You know it's pretty good idea. Pretty far out to me. It's worth. It's worth a stepson because if you've got a little tiny chicken and you've got nothing but a crumb. Nobody you call it the chrome chicken you could call it the Ted Bell crump chickens special. Not Bad I don't like the idea of using the word from anywhere near me. But I do like the idea of the crump when it's fantastic come that chrome miniature special. Everybody, nothing I. Hold on. How did we lose the. How do we lose the ballgame. How did we lose the? Saint Louis Game. What are you doing over there? Wait a minute. We just had a ball game that was on cardinals and cubs. How'd that happen? I think probably somebody hit the button bud you back this guy. You're talking to talk you know. He picked the phone up it's raining ringing. Hey Co.. into the phone man. Oh Man. Till. Everybody's welcome to come down here to Beverly Hills even though this spot that we're doing UNFIL-. Sure Right Bow and leaves me in less than a I would say less than flattering white. sure you understand what with all commotion. And everything like that. Now, this is the Ted I was. GonNa. Ask You. This is a very big debate. Is probably one of the biggest presidential debates. Some people seems the biggest presidential debates since the Lincoln Douglas Debates. What is that being? Are you trying to tell me that since the Lincoln Douglas Abraham Lincoln? People saying that in terms of the quality of the people, but it's pivotal historic I. Don't know I mean I. Don't tell you this. If you'RE GONNA watch this debate anywhere, you must watch it at Ted's beverly. Hills Prime Rib Lounge. As I said, the primary broom has the miniature chicken sandwich with the teeny tiny pieces of bread and a little tiny. Jalapeno. I don't know how to describe it. So. It's chicken sandwich a miniature tickets. But I want people to know what China's miniature mayonnaise miniature mayonnaise but DAB of being as. Barely To be honest with you, it's more of a novelty that it is anything that's GONNA fill you. You'd have to eat a couple of hundred of these. To even dentures hundred. Why would I want to eat anything like that I don't know why don't you ask yourself that? I want to promote your business, but I'm trying to figure out why I would want to eat or anyone. A miniature chicken sandwich miniature chicken sandwich. The minute first of all the miniature chicken is has taken off like wildfire people are coming in here from all over the all over the world I've had people in here from Thailand had people coming in here from India. Asking about the miniature chick and I said, that's what they call it to chicken. I'll say what does that and they'll say this is what we call it in India the men chick and I'll this little tiny. The. Yeah Yeah. The men chick, the miniature chick teeny chick. Chick Chick golightly all of these terms that are used by people around the world for Ted Bell Bene- chicken and all I'm saying is we have turned it into a miniature chicken sandwich that you asked me well, what's on it? I'm telling you a little tiny Dabbagh mayonnaise little. What am I supposed to put on it? You know I didn't ask you what's on it but you you volunteered the information. You're GONNA ask me. Somebody there did investable was. So it's kind a little piece of pepper all that's fine. You know I don't come on and try to miniature chicken. It's fantastic at college is a miniature chicken sandwich expenditure chicken going for. The miniature check checking. Sorry built I got a three, hundred, five, three, ninety, five percent hey, hey, hey, hey, cob Aaron don't start crapping all over my menu right here on the air this page I don't mean to do that. But three ninety, five for something. That's two inches long. Yeah. Well, what your wife pays you every night. Oh What Dick well I mean that was that not only was that uncalled for it wasn't funny. There's a lot of things that was that was an is wrong with that. Is Well okay welcome to ABC's Andy. I that's enough of that I don't have to sit still for this you guys are taking something that's very important, which is this debate between Hillary Clinton who could very well become the very first female president, the history of this country and Donald Trump. Who is a private citizen has no actual political experience he's coming from the private sector. So this is a very historic moment and for the two of you to be sitting and going back and forth and making jokes like this really upsets me what joke making you're talking about you know three, thousand five. For my miniature at your the guys at Bay Tien I don't know who did it but you both getting tight. I'd like to take charge of this right now if you don't mind. No more of these comments please gentlemen about three ninety-five miniature. As I've often said bill he left me opening. So I grabbed it. Ted Bell Ted's of Beverly Hills tonight, and they will be in the prime rib room, which is where. Many the sporting events are shown a great many things. Happened there in the prime room is there lounge and you have the debate tonight between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump? And General Galen Sean RC Collins. Commentary? We'll be on the big screen. It'll be on the big screen fill. As soon as we are seeing, I, don't know if he's back there are see yet the toe. Yeah. What did he say? Do it well, I don't see him anywhere around here. Hey, average right they. Are you going to put up The picture on it. Oh I'm. GonNa. Wait wait wait. Wait. Wait wait. Wait. Wait wait. Let's. Go back, call him back for what why would you go? Did you figure it out or not I go do it you can't put your throat though you know we're not gonna I asked the guided least doing tell me how to do it. Anyway. So people are welcome here tonight What time does he debate at six PM right six PM Pacific for the big debate and as I said, we'd get miniature chicken What else do you have miniature chicken? Oh, I'm so sorry general is is that not good enough for you? Man. I ever hear of. You hear this guy he's that saying, what else? Besides the miniature chicken have the tell us the other amenities we got a fully stocked bar here. And if truth be told around, you know six o'clock at night on a good night. Some Pretty Nice Looking women come walking in here to if you don't mind me saying. All right. Well, it's fun. What else do you have to eat them? What else do we have to eat? This is what I'm talking about Phil. What else do you have the eat if you're on our show and you want to promote it, we have hotdogs. What are we got a rudy we have forty stock sports bar we got the miniature Frank everything we have is is miniature sized because that was totally have little tiny hot dogs. We have small at A. B. O. B.'s. Tiny gotTa make a joke about that too. No I. Just wait. Wait hold on. We've got the small cocktail Franks cocktail sausage. Miniature Chicken League that the what Teeny Weeny teeny teeny weeny is a Mug. Muggy beer it's A. Painting how much is that it? Are you going to start pissing on pissing moaning about the price I just want to know how much I don't know how much is the teeny weeny first of all before you say, how many ounces of? It's one out to bear. A bucket of half of the teeny weeny buck and a half for an ounce a beer people are paying. It failed understand supply demand. Novelty did things. Well, I don't know how many. How many sales of these teeny weeny debate wouldn't you like today? Okay. Because the way you put that I don't even WanNa talk about it. Now, it sickens me why not I don't like the way he said how many sales have your teeny weeny me I didn't say your teeny weeny I said how many sales have teeny weeny he's talking about I think that's the most juvenile and asinine named for, and you're inviting all kinds of comment when you name something like that why you're inviting never mind We're doing what we can with what we got, and we certainly do hope that people come down to beverly hills fill it's You know Beverly Hills is located in Beverly Hills it's on. What street are we on. Dale. No, we're not. We're in Dayton Dayton and come on by ten that effort it and come on no one. We're on Bedford I'm sorry come down here to take them Beverly Hills tonight for the big big big and I mean huge enormous and ever growing debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. Back. Tonight here for the Hillary Clinton Donald Trump debate starts at six o'clock with General Caitlyn showing RC Collins. Colorado the action. We. All right what a mental what a mental mental midget situation that was sports fans. Okay. We'll be right back world-famous Phil Hendrie show filigree show DOT COM coming up. got. We've got trick quitting Guy Barton I know that. they're going to be talking about the Chicago cubs season is going. Margaret's can sing for us as well. Famous Phil Show. For All, your sporting needs at blazing games tennis rackets early five, ninety, nine, you can get tennis shoes for five ninety, nine, baseball bats, five, ninety, nine and baseball. mitts. Five nine. If you want big tennis rackets if you want the big tennis net, do you want the raccoon net five ninety nine? Yes. The oversize raccoon at the tennis net as well as the badminton that. It's called pocket pool. You won't believe it until you see pocket pool. Yes. It's real. You See guy walking down the street stiff legged with his hands really jammed in their pocket. At, blazing games come on and only five died just jump into tell you that Arnold Palmer has passed on. General. Oh boy look at that already has gone at eighty seven Arnold Palmer age eighty seven. Probably the first, I would say the first superstar. In Gulf. Something we should get frank on the phone for for this month Monaco Very. Yeah. Go ahead because. Frankly probably have a few opinions onto who the superstars were. In the Golfing World Frank Hello. Frank, we just got word that. Arnold Palmer has died league Christ you're getting. The Great Arnold. Palmer. And we were we were talking here. Margaret. was asking about superstar thought that he was probably the first superstar in. Engulf you. Know. What Margaret is referring to? He may be thinking of Byron Nelson steed. So Sam. SNEAD. Yeah. She was. She was a a remarkable a golfer in every way shape and then you had bill Byron Nelson. Gene Sarazen Bobby Jones but I think fellas probably right to say that Arnold Palmer. Was the first superstar because she was a big golfer at a time when television started to come around. So yes, sir every week on television and Let you go okay. Just what what the hell? I don't you know we're talking about Arnold Palmer just I don't want him on with the she and the he I've got to explain that to them tonight. But I'm just telling me he's just going. Now, what are you? GonNa get with it and tell this I. Tell Him. He doesn't know what I'm talking about. The DOC is upset don't confront him with it. Because just further confuses him and he thinks people are lying to him. All right. Well, I don't want him commenting with the. You know he knows an awful lot about go. You may know a lot about golf but I don't WanNa. Hear him commenting with he and she and. Arnold Palmer is passed on. We thought we jump in and tell you that folks world-famous Phil Hendrie show will be right back. Famous fell in the Pacific in southern California we'll be right back. Twenty. Jedi have you wanted to learn how to play Banjo just haven't had the guts to ask somebody to teach you. I'm one of the top Banjo coaches in America Tony, ten jetties, Banjo. How you can get my booklet. You can watch my video you can listen to my DVD. You can listen to my book on tape, but you need to get in touch with me. You must get in touch with me if you have any interest whatsoever in the Banjo, because when it comes to Banjo, there's only one guy made Tony. Ten Jetty Tony Ton jetties. Banjo and now Banjo Am Banjo is Tony Ten, the Banjo Man I'm the Banjo Man. I'll give you the Banjo lesson you've always thought you deserved but weren't quite sure where to go to get Tony Ten Jedi. The Banjo lesson you always felt you deserve to just call me ask for the Banjo man and I'll say you got him. Phil Hendrie. Show Hillary show dot com dot sir, it is a little disorienting. You know where we have we been here for a long time because of the past and Phil's brother and they'll all of this news. Was a big golfer. Yeah you guys don't know who he is. Right I heard about. It from a lot of people. Yeah. Arnold Palmer was. One of the best General Arnold Arnold Palmer was in the nineteen fifties and early sixties was really when he held sway. Won The masters one of the US Open. He wants them all one of the British open and was at he had that funny looking. Golfing the the putting stroke. He he he put it with his knees together because I. Guess it helped him to. Stabilize himself, but he had arnold. Palmer had admittedly I think he would say that he had a really weird looking swing, right? Well, yeah. His swing was the worst i. mean he he finished way out you know he's supposed to finish with the club had been. He'd finished with the club heads, stick it up to. Sticking out where stick it out of the air someplace it'll be just Kind of swing. It ain't a very good one. Thing about Golf Golf is not a baseball swing. You know how baseball swings are all risks and Golfing is, is like the whole body now you've gotTa, you've gotTA, keep your head down. You know no I heard we got saying look up and see a bad son what does that mean look up and see a bad shot if you're if you're if if you don't keep your eye on the ball. Well what if you look up because that's where the ball is. Come on barking dog, make this don't be losing my mind on it. I'm just asking very valid questions. Anyway. Arnold Palmer Eighty seven years of age. Is Gone. But not not not not not forgotten, and I had the chance to see him play right here in Ventura County at the senior. Open. Ohi right up in Ohi. There was A. A senior open here one of the senior with used to call the senior tour. Now, it's called the champions tour and that was back when I was with the caveat. Ian here locally in Ventura one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, one maybe. and. The senior tournament came to Ventura I went up to the Ohi. In and I saw him I. Saw Reznick MC. Be I. Saw Chichi Rodriguez teacher at Regis the government very famous Golfer Tehran, Jj Rodriguez kind of used to heat sink that dates around like he was a what do you call a one of the three musketeers? He used his club is like a sword what Danny? What I'm saying is he put it on for the for the crowd. It was a bit of a bit of showmanship sunk a Putt. He would then use his putter like it was a sword and then kind of put it in an imaginary sheath. He just conquered the enemy which was that whole. He conquered the enemy which was that whole. You're not something. Margaret. Who's got the filthy by now. Well, when you walk right up to the edge fill and you look over and you're asking someone, do you see what I see I'm going to say yes I do. That's not exactly what we were talking about and I think a very good point. Your mind is full of filth you swim my mind is not full of filth. Talking about you know. I didn't say I'm listening to what you're sitting about Rodriguez and he's putting in the Sheaf. Agree with? That All right. So that's IT Philip Margaret Grow Up Okay I am grownup I'm saying I know who t Rodriguez and I know what he did with the putter. I'm just saying that the way you described it. To forget about. Otherwise, it's going to be dirt. So we have very happy that you are the focal point here Margaret of this discussion because you are about to talk and sing and do all kinds of things with us. Margaret Gray is going to be singing because she is on the road. Beginning this weekend doing club dates. Let's get back out to Frank Ray who's at Cheviot hills. Thank you very much frank for being with US I didn't mean to interrupt you but we had to move on a little bit quicker with the. The segment I sometimes I wonder whether or not. You're playing with a full deck Henry I really all of a sudden. Frank Ray and and she's great and then said I hear her go gotta go now. You know. Very busy I'll bet they get busy frank. Let's talk about Margaret's. Upcoming tour and the club dates that she has. Margaret I heard what he said and you know full damn. Well Margaret that they money that comes from the money's good. Now, I am doing favors we don't need the money, but I would like are better venues. Excuse me Your Royal Highness. You'd like what would you like? Would you like maybe the Hollywood bowl? Well it's not gonNA happen honey. Get a Lotta him. William. So. Let's talk about what we have coming up. Booked over here at Delvin. Alvin dockside, which is perfectly lovely bar. And they have a wonderful bar there and they serve beer and wine and hard liquor, and there's a tattoo parlor. Yes I. Know. There's a tattoo permanent next door. But they they had Margaret there last year and they loved him and they want him back and you're gonNA sing a whole new slate of songs. On, twitter and I was. Mentioning some of the songs we're going to be doing to Chad. I what about the? Fat Man's ass. You talking about is that that drinking song it's a very logo drinking song and no I'm not going to do it. You're not going to do it. I am not going to do it. Now, I gotTA START ALL OVER AGAIN A frank is something that we would rather do private. Just. I got free. Clubs WanNa hear you sing it. It's a great sing along I'm not doing it. All right. So what about What about whispered? What about whispering to herb? Yes. We'll do whispering to her but I'm going to do I'm doing Chad I'm doing Bob Bob Always Bob Bob Bob Always Bob, and then concluded with the vapors of Nixon. Yes. That one is kind of spiritual song, right? So he's going to be there and then the following week I think he's GonNa. Be at the crabs lab and then the following week after that. I'd say, where's the Crab Slam. Who is that anyway but Dickman? Just speak up son. WHO'S THE CRASH SLAM? What do you mean? WHO's the crabs lamp they of what? The crabs lab is in redone. It's in her Dondo Beach I. Think leaving her Dondo Beach Man Man Rosa Beach. No written. I'm so sorry it is in her Manhattan. Heaven Manhattan Yeah All right Manhattan beach. And that's going to be happening a week from Friday and then and then we ever should've been week from Saturday then two weeks from Saturday. He'll be at the it's called the burn that mother down burned that mother down that's burn mother down in. Santa Barbara. And it's going to be wonderful. Say should come out and see Margaret Gray sings all the good ones. He's got a great voice and and I do it because I like doing it. But again, these some of these dumps you know they may be dumped but they mean, well. I understand that he's GonNa. Sing went for us right now. This is one called spirit in the sky. Because of reminds me by spiritual awakening as a teenage girl of fourteen. Fourteen when it came out Margaret yes. Bothering, my talking yes, you are. Very When I die and they lay me to Razz. GonNa go to the place. That's the best. where I lay me down. Going, up to the spirit in the sky. Going up to the spirit in the sky it's where I'm going to go when I die he dies when they die and they lay me to arrest. Go to the place. That's the Best I love the lyrics because they're raw spiritual lyrics are thing. Yeah. That's what they are. Break Guitar player Norman Greenbaum. Pair Yourself. You know it's a must you're gonNA have a friend in Jesus? You know that when you die, he's GonNa recommend you to the spirit. He'll recommend you to the spirit in the sky. What is How dare you? What is the? Hold on for a minute. Frank. You're going to the place. That's the best. Yeah. Yeah. You're going to the place the the best place for you right now Margaret I would say is bad. Hot. Liquids and bad. Tell you. Here's the guitar break. Yeah. This is where Norman Greenbaum broker guitar and I say Grim I don't see Greenbaum. That's nice. What did ask? Me a break. I've never been a sinner I never send I got a friend in G he's. So you know that when I die, he's GonNa set me up with the spirit in the sky. That? This is the biggest horse. Turn the garbage to turn the garbage off. Thank you very much. I cannot do this frank with you talking like that. Those lyrics are the worst pieces of third that I've ever heard of human being have to render in my life in my existence on this planet and you. Ought to be ashamed of yourself I'm Frank Gray you're not doing anywhere. What do you mean I ought to be ashamed of myself that you're going to be doing a song that first of all Norman Greenbaum you can well imagine his Jewish and there he is sucking up to Jesus that ain't no good. No. Good at all and frank thanks a lot. Can I get? This? Is why I do it while you do what? Why? Sound like you had a slip him on why you do what this is why I cut him off all the time. We get into some of the most delicate areas of weirdness that I can possibly imagine folks we're going to be right back world-famous. Phil. Hendrie show. Kirk quitting Guy Barton to give us a little. News from West Virginia apparently the the cubs futility. With something that Kurt and got us to taught. One of the pages there at the West Virginia state legislature. Legislature building and in A. Killed Himself, I'll my God. What it feels like. Mattison world-famous Phil. 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It would still take about eight months eight months I thought it was six well, I'm figuring eight months now because the last time we mentioned that it was six so Yeah, blowing. Expanded Yeah. It's expanded. All right. All right. So go to the Phil Hendrie show website Phil Hendrie show dot com that's Fillon reshow DOT COM and pick up a subscription to our website and when you do you'll be able to check out tonight's debate with the running commentary the streaming commentary from General Gaylon Shaw that's Bay RC cullens and are calling for those of you who are not familiar with our see check out tonight as a well this this kid is he he predates you doesn't he but now I've been here what do you mean predates me I've been here since the very beginning. RC is was with us since we got to La at least is still and he's gone through his changes just got out of Bradley Military Academy was he working for now? He worked for Steeples, oh? No, he's not working for Boselli. I think he's freelancing little bit right now but I do know that he is doing this with General do you know General? I wouldn't know what he's doing but I don't WanNa know I don't know that old man's loaded. So he doesn't have to worry about a thing. Nice Nice life if he can get it, that's tonight at six o'clock here on the world. Famous. Phil Hendrie show website the trump Clinton debate with general, Caitlin Shaw and our seat. Well, we have from the West Virginia, State House Kirk Queenie Guy Barton, and we'll be talking to them now about this is a very, very scary. Moment in your lives. You were giving a young page there a hard time about the cubs. All GonNa, kick it off. Yeah, young man by Terry Caswell Perez. A page a messenger here at the West Virginia State House and a big time Chicago cubs fan and You know silicon have not been in a world series from nineteen forty-five and they have not won the world series in nineteen eight and carry man only nineteen twenty years. You'd say this kid I have better things to do to worry about that Let me say Philly Etiam in nineteen twenty years of age forget better things to do worry about to go cubs. This your man saying Oh man, I hope the cubs win this been a long long time dot thought I had a pretty good idea with guy here that it say, what do why don't we let here? Tell him a you know what? Let the cousin going to do it. Because like you know Joel Madden had a heart attack or something like that. You know. Joe Madman that attack and he did, why would you do that? Give a break he'll kill. Innocent gag it doesn't mean anything that is not an instant get to tell someone that someone has died. So it's a little rough guys. Got Nudity. People understand. You try and. Tell people at someone's dead. We said, he had a heart attack. I don't always said he died We might have said he died but right away we said we were kidding. But before we could tell him emphatically that we were kidding he turned he started to cry Iran and we saw him sprint across. Eucalyptus Avenue here he went down turn the corner over to the Pie be church ready at the corner of Park and Eucalyptus and we saw him climb the stairs. And then I heard something I hope and pray to God Almighty. I. Never Hear Again I heard the bells ringing and we have a tape of it. because. The police officers were coveted. We've got the tape recording of this you wanNA. Hear this. What is this? This is the sound of this kid going up to the top of the Bell Tower in a church. and. So despondent. That he tied a rope around the bows. We've. Yeah. himself. What is that? The kids swinging from the bell. Gagging he ran down the street and. swinging back and forth. And that man was dead actually no, we're. We're only kidding about that. it's just that I had to spell sound effect that I heard and. We are very, very sorry for that ladies and gentlemen what just happened there these clowns that you know these guys you know yes I know I've known them and they've been on the show for a long time. They said the kid committed suicide because they told told him that the cubs wasn't going to go to the world series because the manager had a heart attack and the kid went up and tied a rope around a bell and hung himself from it and swinging back and forth, and it turns out. It's Horse Shit. Yes. So I heard but I'm asking you this none of this. You didn't know any of this dome her. I think you're lying me I didn't know it. All I knew is what did they tell you but they said that they went to the kid and they said as a joke that manager of a cubs had a heart attack and died and they would not be going to world series and the kid ran down the street swung a rope around a bells and then you know. All right a very much. And I'll tell you something else if i. Yeah Pill I. You gotTa have a sense of humor about these things. You can't get up and run away. You can't up and run away from a man and tell him. Saying. Phil. Toll the. Home, the bell tolls it tolls for the same? It, doesn't toll for the. Tolls for me but not the. Point you Phil I know. Famous Phil Hendrie Show is executive. You're GONNA be right. I'm fine I can't believe. The. Kids swinging from a bell. World. Famous. If you think of it in context, it's pretty funny. world-famous fill Henry shows executive produced by me, Phil Henry, reincorporated all rights reserved on podcast one. Thank you. It is a it is a hell of your own making. It is a bed that you have made now you sleep in. High market rate it's a dog that you've laid down with. Margaret Greg. Thank you very much.

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Bitters And Botany, Whale Evolution. Sept 27, 2019, Part 2

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Bitters And Botany, Whale Evolution. Sept 27, 2019, Part 2

"Each listener supported w NYC studios this is science Friday. I'm IRA Flavio. Did you know that whales and dolphins and other C- -tations don't make saliva. It's what I said. Well you know make sense. That's right if you're surrounded by water but they've also lost genes involved in blood clotting imagine all the drastic changes that there wolf wolf like land dwelling ancestor had to go through to become the streamlined ocean animals that they are today. A team of researchers was interested stayed in figuring out how this evolution happened on a genetic level they mapped out eighty-five different genes that were lost in this aquatic transition and their results were published in the journal Science advances to walk through the genetic steps. Whales and dolphins had to go through to make it into the water meet Mark Springer after one of the authors on that study is also a professor of biology at the University of California at Riverside Welcome to science Friday. Thank thank you it is a pleasure to be here. It's our pleasure to have you usually when you're studying animals for millions of years ago you look for fossils but in your study you look at molecular killer fossils. What does that mean so in the genome we have many different genes and as you mentioned the gene gene for that's expressed in saliva? It's one of the genes in in stations. It's no longer need it but even though a gene is no longer needed there are remnants of of that gene that are still in the genome. It's just a dead gene or a fossil gene if you will and it has mutations that have been fixed in that gene and and make it inactive so it's a it's a broken gene. It can't do its job and we were interested in looking for different genes that are broken that formerly were were functional and would have coded for different proteins and so there are now alignments that are available for for many different mammals and the alignment that we worked with is in alignment of genome sequences for more than sixty different mammals including four different CETACEANS agents and we screened all of the protein coding genes for for genes that have these inactivating mutations and we were looking for or genes were the inactivating mutations are shared by all of the different CETACEANS and we ended up with this this list of about eighty five eighty five these the genes that changed from when they will let me go backwards from that what what are the closest living relatives or maybe you know not living relatives on on Land Dan that are close to the citation so for a long time it was it was not clear what the closest relatives of Cetaceans was but in the the last thirty years we have learned a tremendous amount based on jeans and also based on the fossil record and what what came from a study of different. Ah Jeans is that the closest living relatives of Cetaceans is hippopotamuses and we think that they diverged from each other about fifty four or so million years ago and living living citations. There's two main groups of them. There are the Baleen Wales and then there are the tooth Wales and they have a common ancestor that they shared with each other probably about thirty seven million years ago so there's this transitional period period from from when whales diverged from hippos until we have the last common ancestor of the the the toothed whales and Baleen whales and and we were interested in the the changes that the genes that were lost on that particular branch the Evolutionary History Leading to Wales okay so give us an idea of what the steps were what and what happened to the you know to allow the these land animals become ocean dwelling animals so we we can can learn about the different steps based on the fossil record and and also from the from from the genes that we find in the genome so there are there are changes that occur with the skin so the the skin is is much thicker and the hair is has been lost almost all hair has been lost in institutions and that probably just gets in the way and causes additional friction the you were mentioning Saliva while when you when you're looking at a lot of these cetaceans swallowing walgreen food whole anyway and so they've lost a lot of taste receptors and pretty much every organ system if you're looking if you're looking at the at the kidneys if if you're looking at the lungs if you're looking at various sensory systems the is if you're looking at at at Ole faction or the sense of smell all of these systems are are reorganized and what's what's great about Cetaceans is at their this is one of the most remarkable macro evolutionary transitions is that in in the history of vertebrates and we have access not only to a wonderful fossil record now over the last thirty years but also these if these genomes in and when we take the genomic fossils and and then the the fossils that we find in rocks and put it all together we can kind of piece together and learn about some of these steps so if you look at at stations one of the things that that that they do is is dive in sometimes they stay down a very long time the there's a beaked peaked whale that has the longest recorded dive of more than two hours and it was at a a depth of almost three thousand meters so diving is it's. It's it's a very difficult thing to do. We mammals have have lungs. They're not they're not like fished with with Gills and so one of the challenges that that situations have is when when they are developing and they're down for a long time they th they only have a limited amount of of oxygen and so one of the things that they that that that they do is that the reduce the amount of blood flow to the extremities of the body and that's something that we call peripheral vasoconstriction so the blood vessels leading to the periphery of the body are constricted well a consequence of that is it. It's more likely that blood clots will form and so a couple of the genes that we found were inactivated on this common ancestral branch leading leading to whales are genes that are involved with blood blood clot formation and so these genes don't work anymore and it makes it less likely that stations will get blood clots during diving. It's interesting so then yeah you know. Wales have flippers that appear very different than human hands but the bones in the structures are still in there right what about Wales that kept them in a allow them to move in the water. Did they have to lose jeans or gain jeans. You're change the genes that allowed them to to re jigger their their hands or their limbs into flippers. There are a lot of changes in the the the sequence in the expression of some of the difference gene so some of the hawks genes that are involved with the patterning of limbs of the the sequence of expression is different so we're not finding so much of the gene loss associated with the with the transition from fully trust real animal with with long limbs to a awale where you have flippers and then you've essentially lost the the behind limps entirely that that seems to be mostly a a case of changing the expression in the timing of expression of of different genes you founded Agena that there was a loss of a gene for Melatonin yes well Melatonin is commonly commonly known as the the sleep hormone and sleep is very challenging for fully aquatic marine gene mammals we don't we don't have gills. Mammals need to resurface regularly to breath so it's hard to sleep. If you need to resurface purpose regularly to breathe and ocean waters can also be very cold and if you fall asleep you you lose body body heat so in a in a in a thermally challenging environment. It's it's useful to to not have to to fall asleep so whales have ed this unique way of sleeping and they put only one side of the brain to sleep at a time and so it's something something that we call unique hemispheric sleep and so they're alternating between the the right side of the brain and the left side of the brain that they're putting to sleep so this allows them to to do the things that they need to do to to stay warm and and to breathe with without compromising their ability to sleep but but how does it animal sleep with only one side of the brain at a time unlike us we're sleeping with with both sides of the brain the the Melatonin the sleep hormone. It's it's produced at night much more than than in the day so it's turned on at night and then off during the day and it's associated with sleep and Melatonin it's produced from what sometimes called the happy chemical which is Serotonin and there are a couple of enzymatic steps to get there and both of the genes that code for these enzymes are broken can in Cetaceans so they don't work so Cetaceans can't make Melatonin and we we think that this this loss of these jeans may have been important in facilitating this union hemispheric sleep that is characteristic of CETACEANS and so was an important change in this transition to fully aquatic existence that we see in sedation so what is there about this land to water transition that that you find so the fascination study what interests you about it well. It's it's sort of the the reverse of of what happened hundreds of millions of years ago so if you go back maybe three hundred eighty two three hundred sixty million years ago our vertebrate vertebrate ancestors were coming out of the water and so that was one of the most important events in in the history of vertebrate evolution. That's what gave rise to tetrapods and and now in the Senate Zoellick we have a group Wales have returned to the water so it's fascinating because it's a it's a it's a big macro evolutionary transition ended involves sort of all of the different organ systems of the body and everything needs to be refashioned so it's not just a matter of changing hair color or this or that I mean it's a sort of full-scale sort of rearrangement of the entire body plant so that's that's why I think it's so interesting and also because we have this sort of complimentary approach approach where we can take fossils and we can also learn from from jeans and try and piece together everything that has that has happened. Thank thank you for taking time I do join with us. Mark Mark Springer one of the authors on a study published in sciences advances. He's also Professor Balaji at the University of California at Riverside aside. We're GONNA take a break and when we come back or capturing flavors of biodiversity with help from some botanists and a bartender. I have three deflategate flavors in front of me that I'll be testing out. We're going to be talking that bidders and herbs and stuff join us after the break. Hello it's Ilya Marritz Co host stuff trump INC donald trump is the only recent president to not release his tax returns the only president you can pay directly by booking a room at his hotel. He shreds rules Sometimes literally he didn't hear what records world tour memos or things than just minutes rash so took somebody from White House staff to come like look oh you can't do that trump inc an open investigation into the business of trump from PROPUBLICA. WNYC subscribe wherever you get your podcasts. This is science Friday Camara Plato. Have you ever wondered an exotic drink at the bar and no I'm not talking about the ones with the little umbrellas in them. The ones the ones I'm talking about. Have exotic flavors like Turpin lean. That's the compound in pine needles that makes them very piney Aurelien. These the citrus flavor of oranges lemons in Khartoum. How about Camp Fien? What's that that the pungent component of Ginger and tea leaves who's my next guests want you to get excited about tasting these and a whole host of other flavors that you may never have experienced from plants? You may not have heard off and he wants you to know this by drinking them for example the bitter ingredient in your cocktail bidders. That's probably Jensen. It's a route used in Italian Italian liquors for centuries but you can also make them with Osha the root found in the Pacific northwest that bears you know they they they used that medicinally also or if you like spicy flavors try the Szechuan pepper corn which also has a numbing effect and yes. We're we're GONNA talk about botany at the bar whether it's a homemade cocktail bidders or infusions that have nothing to do with booze and the science of flavor and we want to know what's what's an underappreciated botanical flavor. You like we've been asking all week on our science Friday. Vox Pop APP can in Kansas for example had D- suggestions how about cinemax seeds. I liked to suck on them after they've come out and turn Grad another one. This time of year is hacked berries. They are sweet tasting. What about you give us a call? Our our number is eight four four seven two four eight two five five or you can tweet us at Scifi eight four four seven two four eight two five five. Let me bring on my guests talk to Selena amid associate professor of Sustainable Food Systems at Montana State University Bozeman Co author of botany at the bar. Welcome Selena thank you for having US Ira Great Book Glad of Great Recipes in here Dr Ashley Valley Plant Geneticist and Co author of botany at the bar. She's in Davis California. Welcome Ashley. Thank you so much for having us well. Let's start right at the beginning Selena. What are what are bidders at their essence? wjr absolutely bitter is overly broad definition is essentially botanical extractions that pull out the flavor and therapeutic redick properties of plants and people have been extracting botanical from their surrounding bio-diversity for centuries actually thousands of viewers in civilizations across the globe and these extraction historically very much had a medicinal function as as well as other attributes for example botanical were extracted in ancient Egypt were used for medicinal properties such as for digestion Russian but we're also used for other functions such as for promoting vivid dreams and were used topically as well as incense and so doing field research in different communities around the world we've seen different cultures extracting plants from their local biodiversity and and really seeing these extractions as a common cultural thread of cultures around the world and through time and more recently bidders have really we come to be associated with cocktails for recreation however historically cocktails really war for therapeutic reasons and the earliest definitions of cocktails cocktails always had bidders in them. were there any two cultures that you bought slain Ashley focused in onto to focus on and what they're bidders were sure Ashley. Maybe you can start sure one common thread that we all noticed doing research in very different parts of the world Cellino working quite a bit in in China Asian the Himalayas myself in Latin America Rachel an in Africa the Middle East as well as Asia. We noticed that everywhere we would travel for our ethnographic surveys and field research often often the households would have bottles of roots and herbs and fusing on their countertops or when Rachel was in Togo and Senegal the village chiefs would invite her to join with for for a COUPLA bidders and so rather than them necessarily being the focus of our research at the time they were the uniting thread that seemed to pop up very persistently instantly in all of the different places that we would go and as a result of that we started to use them as a tool to communicate are research as well as a way of kind of bringing back flavors from the field and capturing this less concrete less tangible essence of what a plant or a landscape might taste or smell like when you're trying to communicate a more serious or dry topic of your research about that particular organism I mean if you go round the world's world talking to in different cultures about what bidders and flavorings they're using Hattie at narrow it down. You must find a whole lot of them. That's foreign to what we usually use here. In the United States. Yes absolutely Selena yeah absolutely so there's about about three hundred and sixty thousand species of flowering plants and out of that about twenty five thousand have been used for food and medicine throughout history so you can really begin to understand the huge breath of biodiversity and plants that really come into play in making these these leaders from around the world and you know some some bidders have many recipes that we create have many plants in them. Maybe ten or twenty thirty whereas other bidders really might just be a single ingredient and really understanding the variation and complexity of flavor of just test one one botanical species is also really rewarding. So why are we talking about bidders and what is it about bidders and nuts sweet or salty or sour flavors flavors Ashley well. That's a great question and I think that a lot of the plants that we've observed being used in bidders traditional context are having a different pharmacological or medicinal effect. There's a number of different chemical compounds with known known therapeutic effects in different ways that have bitter tastes. It's actually one of our more more highly evolved senses. We have about twenty five different bitter taste receptors as opposed to just one or two for sweet or salty or sour so on the taste side. It has a lot of importance on the botanical side as well. This is a very diverse class of compounds that plants typically used as an aversion strategy. It's in Minnie's in many cases. It's a signal to not consume particularly when the plant plant exactly he's me stay away. Stay away. Okay let a lot of people interested in with their own ideas. Let's go to the phones to Gabriel in Palo. Oh Alto High Gabriel high rough. Thank you very much for having me on go ahead yet so when I was a kid growing up in Mexico we used to have Eucalyptus Lipton flavored chewing gum that was sold commercially and I haven't seen it in over twenty years but I remember it was delicious. It was literally just eucalyptus flavors. Did it was it. Was it a bitter flavor. It was kind of minty oily. It wasn't bitter it was and they used to make it also with peppermint eucalyptus or Eucalyptus peppermint. Wow Ashley no have you heard of that not the chewing doing gum but we love to use eucalyptus in fact we have several cocktails use different species of eucalyptus usually only see maybe one or three around around the world but there's a wide variety of them in Australia and in fact one of the oldest fermented beverages from Australia was made out of Eucalyptus Gum so so it has a long tradition of use and alcohol and bidders. Let's go to Andrew in clump. Sorry go go ahead. Oh also just a tap on so bitter is have a a bitter taste and sometimes that's the dominant taste profile but there's also hundreds of thousands of volatile aromatic compounds such as Turpin Lloyd's found don't and Eucalyptus that give bidders I watch more complex flavor than just bitter. Let's go to Andrew in Cleveland High Andrew Andrew my wife and I enjoy a growing work hold ground cherries and their plant of from the Tuna Te'o family family the little tiny versions of Timoteo sometimes it's big like a basic marble sized fruits and they're right when they fall to the ground and kind of a papery trust and the fruit inside as a yellow to greenish berry and it tastes like the best way to describe it is sort of a baked pineapple if you can imagine like a a very sweet tropical flavor but also carrying Kinda deceive ry bready flavor that you would give them something that was kind of in Croydon in dough and they're they're very hid grow. They received themselves very easily if you if you plan on you will never do thanks telling us about that. You're familiar with that. Shore sure those some different species and it's it's a fun when I think actually there have been some efforts to grow it more commercially now and in the last couple of years I've started started to see it on shelves and specialty stores so that is one of the crops were kind of keeping an eye on as as being another potential underutilized food that is gaining some traction. We'll have in front of me three different herbs dried herbs and bidders and that you guys have provided with and I'm going to try to taste them and see what they taste like. The first one I have is raisin in the sun. I'm sure you're familiar with that one. Can we give give it a taste. It doesn't taste like the raise or Assan. It's kind of a woody taste to it probably describe it. What what should I be tasting well? This blend was actually one of our attempts to recreate or put a new spin on an old classic because as much as we try to steer people away from the the very common of bidders varieties that are available today we also acknowledge that there are some recipes that you just can't make without that certain bland and so so this is sort of a reformulation of a pay shots and this is an important bidders cocktail the Heck I could see why that would from the taste of it. It's really interesting. Let me go. Let me move on to what I have. The second one here called Toba Chai. Let me try trying to show betine. Oh that's distinctive. That's very nice. I I could see that I could see that as a mixed drink. If you're if you're using it in extreme so the Toba China has a lot of different botanical were historically used in IRA- Vega data to stimulate appetite as well as boost immunity such as clove and black pepper and so it is a really nice sort of spice addition to our cocktails but sometimes we also use it sort of as liquid seasoning in other culinary elements in our kitchen such as for salad dressing or marinades too bad where I'm using the Seltzer Water and not in not in a cocktail such a cheap drunk. I never get the show. I what I'm GonNa do is a citrus grove that is that he's a little citrusy. That's a nice flavor. I could see a taking all these home tonight and tell me about that. One you know the origin of that blends came out of requests actually from our bartender and mixologist community that we regularly bounce ideas off of most of our blends are based around themes and botanical stories this one's actually revolving around diversity within a species or Clayton and one of the complaints that we were hearing that there really aren't very many good citrus bidders out there that are complex and layered and so we wanted to bring in more citrus species there there are many species that are hybrids between orange and Lemon Mandarin Paulo and so we tried to capture as many come quite right as many difference variants of a normal citrus better to add different layers to what would normally maybe one species in an extraction action interesting I am I replied Oh this science Friday from WNYC studios talking with doctors Selena amid and Ashley Duval about the bidders if if people want to try this themselves you have agreed that you book has great recipes in there for making different drinks. How hard is it to come by these ingredients so that really varies we have some recipes in our bidders book or just bidders recipes general that are very common that you know you may be able to get at your local supermarket or different ethnic grocery stores in your community and more and more online a lot of these ingredients are available for some of the more complex bidders recipes and then we also really encourage people to explore their local biodiversity and really using bidders recipes that exists sort of as an inspiration to create your own formulas off what may be available to who you locally in your surrounding landscape so you so people can make their own plant flip flavor concoctions and you get an idea of how diverse divers by and biodiversity there is out there yeah absolutely we really see bidders really asked this link of cultures and really for people to sort of tastes? Is there biodiversity and have this relationship to their ecology through bidders. We have one last listener of who sent us in a an audio clip John from Columbia Maryland shared his favourite hiking snack. My favorite leaves to eat are pine needles and in fact pine needles have more vitamin C. counts per ounce than orange juice. I also love steeping pine needles in my hot chocolate. delicious I would have never thought of that appoint needles yeah absolutely the first nation communities in Montana were live have long used pine needles for exactly exactly for their nutrients and more and more we're starting to integrate pine needles into our recipe so yeah definitely has a lot of terp annoyed chemistry tree. That's delicious but I have not tasted it with hot chocolate and that's going to be on my list of things to do now. Is it safe to just go out and pick these on your own tree free. I mean could you be getting into trouble with some kind of species of Pine Tree. That's deadlier you know because you don't know much about the botany there well with all of the foraged ingredients we recommend people do their due diligence even with species that may be common or they may have a good familiarity with them. We still recommend always making sure that you've keyed it out to the species level and that means not just shooting picture with naturalist based on single leaf if you've got to look at the flowers the morphology and be sure because there are plenty of examples of close relatives to one another that have very different properties produce for instance Chinese star anise is edible. It's one of the most common and popular spices and it's relative Japanese star anise which is only differentiated by two additional stars on the dried fruit. is a potentially lethal it has strung levels of Eugene Nal and other chemicals that are known to be carcinogenic console even with source things you have to watch out for adulterants but definitely when foraging no you know you're flora. We have a lot of people who have their own suggestions on the phone eight four four seven to four to five who will be back with US Lean Abbott and Ashley Deval authors of buttoning at the bar stay with us. We'll be right back after this break. Science Friday is supported by WICKS DOT COM use artificial intelligence to create a stunning professional website right right from your phone in just a few minutes wicks. Ad I learns about you and apply this knowledge to create the perfect site for your needs from in billions of combinations including layouts images texts contact forms and more just two weeks dot com slash science Friday to get ten percent off when you're ready to go premium. That's W I x dot com slash science Friday. This is science Friday. I'm I replied Oh we're talking about the science of flavor botany you can drink in tasting bio-diversity with by Miss Slain Ahmed and Ashley Ashley Duval a a they're both co-authors of botany at the bar and you can see some recipes and an excerpt from the book on their Website Science Friday dot com slash bidders. I want to bring on one more person to the conversation a professional drink maker a mixologist who helped you pair these flavors with the cocktail recipes Christian Shali mixologist and beverage director and Zevulun in Los Angeles. Welcome Christian pleasure to be here nice to have you had someone someone who makes drinks for people used to more shall I say conventional ballots honey take something completely new and make it into a balanced drink. that's a great question and it was a it was a challenge that was posed very often famous the drinks for the book because we have some very esoteric ingredients ingredients. Were working with I think it's you know it's really identifying the agree against and then going to see what is this tastes like. What is this smell like Mike? What does this remind me of we worked with something called as Wayne and the book which is a a seed actually through from Africa and the middle in the Middle East and so I didn't know anything about it? Do I had to really get in there and say what does this remind me so so I needed some up in a pan and I was like okay this is kind of had some coriander cumin Oregano type notes to it and then I started cycling through what liquors like parrot with and gin and vermouth where the first thing that came to mind because both are infused with the panicle ingredients common to what as one tastes like going from there. What type of drink can I make with it and a gin drank is either? We're going to be something with Martini Bates or something a little lighter gin and tonic style drink. You have such experience with with making these drinks we have. I have a phone load of people who all kinds of suggestions here. Let me I'm going to cycle through as many as I can and then get your comments on. Let's go first to Lisa in in winter. Haven Florida is Lisa. Yes my question is about Jerusalem artichokes. Go for it essentially many of us we we love to see the fresh crunchy flavor of the Jerusalem artichoke but the flatulence is something that we compare the Jerusalem artichoke in in our day Jesse systems to keep having that horrible flatulence that you weren't expecting that question. Actually you'd be surprised how often these issues come up with bidders making that was one of the primary uses of bidders and facts was a usage of it so we actually doing what it's made for well I would suggest pairing it with some other known Karma and ingredients to relieve flatulence and have some complementarity between them cumin and cardamom fennel. Let's go to Houston to Colby and Houston High Colby Colby so I've been playing with cure way and Kumon in in my drinks I I've made a journey liqueur kind of riff on the Danish activists an tried making a a Kumon bitter later that turned out really nicely paired well with pineapple rum of all things Chris surprised by that now not at all I mean I think human has a very under explored it's a very short flavor and cocktails and I think that it is there's definitely a world of things you can do with it. I could see I totally agree. I could see it in Ron like it. That's all I think it's a great idea with gives well yeah. Let's go to Lisa and Ken Ville Lisa. Hi this is its current and that's all right. We're at three thousand heat and we as a group of older women pick elderberry and make jam but we also make tonic for winter. That's at Syrup that were used but it seems that elderberry are very They don't taste good when you're just pick them. They're never sweet and we have to use sugar with it or honey. Is there any suggestions to help be sweeter Christian. You have any ideas Ashley so I mean I think that's a very I think right elderberry very bitter SORTA tangy fruit to begin with I think adding I mean the only way to balance that with that. I could imagine it's what they're already doing. a could be another sweetser. They might WanNa play around with it. You can place off of some of the taste modulations as well so salty can suppress a little bit of that bitterness and then sweet sweet and bitter tastes can cancel each other out as well so I think finding a balance that has sweetener that might be sweeter than something you would normally use it would be toned down a little bit in a combination like that monk fruit. Perhaps Ashley you. You also encouraged people to find plants local to the areas. I am try experimenting with them. He had he go about doing that. What's the best way well? I think there's lots of resources for people that are interested in getting out to nature native plant societies in different communities often take hikes and certainly guidebooks and and different resources to learn about your local. Flora are good ways to get started but if it's something that doesn't exist in your the area make a meet up group find like minded friends have you know get a key to plants and have some fun with some drinks dissecting flowers. Well let me let me we get to the practical aspects of this then. Let's say you want to experiment on your own. What kind of bar tools you need or cutlery or grinding devices? How do you do you it? Give me an idea of what would be Christian. How would you do it or are you talking about just finding finding botanical extract another yeah? I think really you know going back to what we were just talking about it. Depending on where you are you could really just go to your local park like I could walk out my door in. La Hey here and going to the park and I grabbed Eucalyptus Rosemary aren't easy California and then what do would be go home and you know killing Eucalyptus that I've had I had some vodka hung just straight vodka and a blender. I took some of the Eucalyptus put into the blender with the vodka. Lend it taste it and then you see where it was at. If you wanted more eucalyptus you could have more start with a little and then and filter it out and then immediately within five minutes. You have eucalyptus infused vodka. Well not not not very hard at all. Let's let's go go to Lauren in Santa Rosa Beach Florida Eye Lorenza Laredo. Isn't that right now now. You're I'm originally from Peru. I'm David something I haven't hot here. Since I moved to say one two drinks while was what on a wait list keep that is very common over there and then another during that have over there was peace corps with Tom. com which is is something that grows in the Amazon for room and you is something that you have to develop a taste you grow the because it's kind of at the beginning but then the more you eat the food becomes but I never uh-huh here in the United States since I moved here in two thousand and six but we get what am I something I can only find in Miami the because they have more I guess Americans over there and they explore what on out from there but that's the only area where I can actually find whiskey with what about interesting thanks thanks for sharing that with us Selena Ashley have you heard of that yeah actually two of those ingredients went into one of blends the Amazonian forest farmer guerin and Kamu both being native to the Amazon estuary and they're actually really hard to work with an a bitter is but I think in some other drinks like a piece go you can get that balance right. Kemoko's extremely acidic Brian Cryan is very bitter. We have tweeted an answer to the flatulence question. Why am I not surprised? Shailene tweets my mom. My mom has always used used Ashwin. If I'm pronouncing that correctly to balance the flatulence caused by Taro it may work for Jerusalem artichokes to a little bit of advice there Christian think ingredient I was. I was just talking about that. That's very let's that's a lot of He's there something you have yet to try. Only ask all three of you that you would like to try to see how well it works are you. Are you still so hunting for a plant that you haven't tried yet clean Ashley so most of the plans that we try our plants that we've encountered in our Catan Nicole research or doing workshops with different people or working with mixologist so I would say that I've really had been privileged to try. Try a lot of different flavors but what I really haven't tried is combination off a lot of different flavors so I think I'm excited to continue working with the people like Christian to really take some of the ingredients that we're putting in bidders and see how they can be experienced in new ways with some of the flavor innovation that he's doing wing and other mixologist or doing through combining different botanical profiles and different cocktails. I WANNA quit and gas bound question then I have a question from the phones are olives considered ingredients for bidders at all I mean olives are used in drinks martinis. Whatever was that he would that considered an ingredient or am I just so any botanical can essentially be that can be extracted can be considered an ingredient for bidders and and so we've been talking about in being extracted and alcohol but bidders are also extracted in water like tea into Zane I in vinegars and so something that the salty water that olives are sitting in can be considered a bidders extraction Martini Kartini? Let's let's go to Vox pop from Matt in Austin who loves one very bitter flavor in particular. The flavor that I like is the a bitter flavor of quinine which I know comes from the bark of a tree. I will drink tonic water. Even if I don't have Jin UNISOM mixer I think I think he I think he found three people who do that. Also the idea that what is it. What is it's about What is it about that flavor? That's so interesting interesting well so good jump opinion Christie's and you wanted to find an interesting flavor quiet yeah definitely and I think there's a lot of there's a lot of bitter bitterness bitter flavors. There's that are are you can make cures into through with Quinine or with Gentian. there's a fantastic cure called Gina Gina China which is made from orange peels and Chinchilla Bark and that's I would recommend that to our caller just called in very aromatics by the embitter I am I replied Oh this science Friday from. WNYC studios talking about all kinds of bitter flavors. Let's go to the phones. There are so many of them. Let's go to holly in Mystic Connecticut Highly Low IRA show antics yeah. This is the first time I've ever gotten through us so I spent a a lot of time doing culinary research in Middle East and I have one vivid memory of the rather posh luncheon with a bunch of women in Doc rain and it was a household that did not imbibe alcohol but they were very keen on trying trying all science and preserving all sorts of traditional recipe and one of the things they did in their kitchen. They burned Frankencense that that is the resin of Boswell Lia which is indigenous to south west being peninsula and they would burn it and use it to sent the unglue as each e-readers of Charakata water vessels in which they would store water to keep it cool and the water itself would have the black slavery from the Frankencense so sort of like drinking high mass and and really an interesting flavor and interesting way to get it Selena ever heard of that yeah. There's a lot of archaeological evidence evidence that's been found in the Middle East that has shown presence such as Frankencense that has been found in vessels and historically it was consensus also infused in wines with honey for that flavor profile. Do you think that making these lesser known ingredients more popular Taylor help protect them or the people around the world who rely on them economically or does it create more competition Selena for a limited resource a little bit of both I think if you don't use it you lose it and so it's really important to begin to sort of value certain species so we can be more or cognizant off their value in our landscapes in our ecosystems however certain plants when they become very get a lot of commercial attention then including many of those that are using bidders such as yellow Gentian or attention Lucia they can then undergo harvesting pressures assures of overharvesting meant so there are sort of responses to that and thinking about good harvesting practices sustainable harvesting practices is and then sort of domestication and cultivation off some of those species that are threatened in the wild and so I think definitely understanding understanding our biodiversity is really important through bidders and really you know unlike foods where we're really just consuming a handful of few handfuls of species for most Savar calories with bidders you can really explore many different types of flavors and as we've seen with different colors that are calling in different people have different preferences and so you know we're consuming these plants in such smaller amounts and so there really is by having sort of different preferences and and consumer them in smaller amounts. There's less harvesting pressures you know for that biodiversity loss and hopefully more reasons to conserve biodiversity Steve Christian. Do you have any bitter you want to experiment with tonight. I'M GONNA I'm GonNa play around with something called suse which is a a Gentian based cure from Franch. Okay tell us tell the senators a you know a tweet or something of how that it turns out. I want to thank all of you for taking time to be with today was kristen. Schaal mixologist and beverage director for Zambia Line in Los Angeles slain Ahmed and Ashley Vile Alhambra authors of Botany at the bar. This is a great recipe book of all kinds of drinks. You've done a wonderful job illustrations and making those recipes is really an unusual usual book and we have an excerpt from the book and a website. It's science Friday dot com slash bidders. Thank you all for taking time to be with us today. Thank you heard some of our listeners on our on our vox pop app you can also join them but if you want to hear your voice on science Friday you can download the APP. It's called science Friday vox pop and we've got a question there for all of you bread bakers new question we need help perfecting your proof. Do you need that kind of help or refining dining your eyes and a few weeks will be talking with a baking expert about bread hacks and alternative flowers and grains and we WANNA know. What do you need help with what you need help with? Let us snow on the Science Friday vox pop up everywhere. Wherever wherever you get your apps you can find it? There have a great weekend trying out all those bidders tonight.

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But like because it's him and I wanted be good I'm like she just doing what he needs to do to like survive and this is part of his upbringing, and it's not history. Yes. It's not his fault he's. Bad. I saw on his account. They were coming back for season two. Kayla was watching the called Sweet Magnolia. Do you watch that Morgan? Yea, I watched that whole thing you like it. Yeah, it was really good. It also got left on a cliffhanger, but it just got renewed well i. only know about it because again. Same kind of thing I know. Jamie Lynn, spears? She opened for me out for a bit and so her. Buddies and she's in it to right. She's in a it's. It's like a ROM COM drama. I would say it's probably the best way to describe it, but it's really good, so that's out that season two and that's where on Netflix. There's a story about telling the guy to man up. Because, this was a story, you and your something, your husband did yeah. Up once, and then, that wasn't good for your relationship. Yeah, I confess the all the I did that. Haunted me ever since it was two thousand twelve. I remember when I did it. And he was struggling because he got out of the Air Force, and he was really really having this identity crisis and I wasn't used to seeing him have that struggle, and so I just was said to him, and I thought maybe I was being encouraging, but also with a little frustration. I said man up. If you got a man up. It's the same as telling a woman to get in the kitchen. I tell myself demand out sometimes internally and like all right, but I don't think I think man up can be told a man or a woman that to me just means in my mind, just not. It's time to rise to the occasion that you feel you should be arriving at. Hey, it's not a man up here like it's meaning. You've prepared yourself for this situation. But I think you could say that to your I. Guess It's just in the context of its use I. Think it's about what you. Did Not go well I think we still suffer from that. I've apologized a lot I didn't realize at the time at the time I thought I was handled it well, but. Now I was not any I often have listeners reach out AL, hey my husband or my wife or my spouse, my significant other is getting out of the military and I don't know what that transition is going to be like and I often tell them to do the exact opposite of what I did. which was what I wasn't really? I didn't understand like I didn't understand the struggle. I thought okay, so you're not in the air force anymore you still are. You're smart. You're I know you'll be successful. You have another job, but I didn't realize all the at least for him. Having grown up since he was five years old, wanting to be in the air force going to the Air Force Academy in the Air Force for twelve years and then separating. I didn't realize that. That that's all he's known any struggled in the military life versus what they call civilian life I mean sort what's called, but he entering the civilian world is hard. Everybody functions into different way. They speak different emails or different communicate. Everything's just different. And he was really having a hard time adapting and I blew it off like it wasn't a big deal. I said man up. This should not when I should have had more compassion I should have listened more I should have. I didn't know you and you can t tell I can tell others that it is real, and what they're experiencing is very valid, and you need to make sure that they can experience all those feelings and emotions, and not shut them down because I feel like I. Shut it down. For him! Oh Yeah, you shouldn't say that Y- those story came out. Reminded me of you. Yeah! I pulled up my phone here, so there's a picture of Ceylan I on her instagram. Do you see this picture? I guess you commented on think of us. Thought the building. Yes, that's all you hear US talking about. We went to Oklahoma City. Oklahoma City shirt breath in a store. Let's say off the NASA logo. In. Basketball it's a total rip off But this picture of Kayla I on top of this building I am at the exact right angle to look Jack, because I'm not jacked, and I'm looking at the Polo fifty phone no I know. That it is not that big in real life. I saw your bracelet and your by says this isn't a bracelet. It's A. It's a Wu yeah. I'm not only how to use this thing yet. It'd be the worst commercial with my commercial was I. don't even know how to use this thing I don't trying like my sleep. Isn't again better a little bit, but this angle I just need to recapture this. Look at my arm and my peck, it looks huge I'm not huge as a matter of fact. I've been I'm not working out as much anymore because I don't want to go and you get Cronin. My TV production shuts down so. We drove to this thing because it was important for our sisters engagement. We didn't get close to many people, and then we'd back home, so. I'm not in the best shape. I've been in, but. Look at that right your. Wrinkled up under to cause a pack. Whatever whatever it is I need to recreate this. This is a great angle. Because I am not I, do not look like this, but holy cow. I get it ladies like. Your shoulder your chin. It's too much. Look at this picture of like what the we were We drove there. We don't want their late, so we got a hotel for that day. Just to make sure we got a few hours early. We hang out in the hotel, so we're GONNA. The hotel was cool. was they clean everything in there and even like the remote has a wrap around the goes. Hey, we just cleaned this scrub the whole remote. So. Kayla has his dress wearing top and a skirt and. She's ironing. She irons like my shirt. And then she starts earning her skirt a little bit. And then we're talking at price. It's Larry or something and then. She looks like she goes Oh. She burnt a hole all the way through skirt with the iron. She was so distracted. So hilarious. Yes, you are! Distracted by your body. Wasn't is. But she had a whole and she was like. Oh, no, but I guess I went through the scar, but it didn't go through the slip, so should have big hole on her hip. In this outfit that I think she bought for this, but pretty much, and she's fine. She was like whatever who cares, but she kind of had a purse. She kept over at the whole time but I felt bad for I was like all right. What do we need to do Walmart? Get you another slip like what's the plan here? But she handled it. She told me that you're I can't remember how she put it on. Even honestly remember exactly what brought this up, but that you're very Willing to do things that normally I don't think that you. Maybe in the beginning weren't doing. You're really showing your acts of service. Not, that she she needs, but that's. She's noticing that means. Okay example disagreeing with you? Well. That's an example. You being willing. What do we? Like. There's no. Eight, let's keep our. Just in case, but she had she was all good. There was something about taking out the trash. Or something. I was in. I don't know what I should say on the radio. I shouldn't so never mind. You're doing good is a compliment. She was saying that there's like little things I guess she had been taking out the trash. And then you notice so then you're like okay. I got it and you would think through you took out the trash. I do I don't know grand gesture. Sometimes, it's just so. Let's say up. She likes. When you take out the trash. You should I. don't like when take out the trash. She's like. To the trash, but I'm giving Zen. Like every day, you should be got the trash babe. I should make a big deal. Full. I'm going to get the trash. No, don't mind me or we gotta get in today's show. Thanks, guys. Let's get rolling with today's show. 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Now I come in, but that's already lead because. I vision. My vision is still blurry today. I can't get it right so if someone's listening knows what's up with me. Can you imagine the medical is? We're GONNA. Get Right now. I want my eyes have not been able to focus almost all day. I'M GONNA be eighty percent now, but I woke up and it's like right when you wake up. It's slowly kinda fades in. then. You're good, but I just cannot get all back today for some reason. So if this ever happened anyone, feel free. Put on our facebook page. Can you imagine what the comments are going to be? For sure I'm going to be dying ninety percent of them I. Don't know that you should read them, but. Like for someone to be on my side. Morgan what you think they all be done death comments. I mean yeah, probably everybody's mean on facebook right now, so just can't get my vision all the way back so that worries me in conjunction with some of the brain stuff. Do you think it's related? Or should you call and tell them as the new symptom like you need to be tracking all your symptoms? Because they could be related because like your eyes are in your brain. The point that. They are. No. No. Low struggle today in Can The big debate in my household is so i. get this drink from starbucks. What does this? `Grande. Well, it's the size. Yeah, it's a Latin well, thank you. So the big question is because i. Get my my coffee. I drink a dirty chai like it, but put two shots of Espresso in it when I get one right, so it's kind of a coffee tea. I. Call it a coffee, CAITLYN's It's t what would you define it? As it's hot, it's hot to. This is the dividend. Of the big debate. Well? It's like. It's looks so much like. A child because what's a lot, though it's like there's it is not. offi drink. JT though I make a macho lots of really just anything with milk. Define it as I think you're having coffee. Thank you very much one victory for me. I told her I wasn't even trying to take your side I. Just I right now in my cup. I have shot of Espresso and milk in minds coffee so. There's more copy than T. that's what I'm. So in yours. We're GONNA. Talk to Edie and a little bit. Who I I'm hearing either. He got late last night or early this morning his latest result if he's he's not doing the garage thing because I thought. Maybe he would get it before right now. He just got it. We'll find out if he's. Co with positive or Kobe negative. He just had corona. How many days ago get diagnosed with that? We. Think is longer than like a weekend few days when Eddie was Kobe positive, that's a great question. It was right after got back from the. Vaca- so I guess. He never came back It's been a while well. We'll see later on if he's still has krono or not. This is Claire from New York Good Morning Studio, so I was walking this morning, and listening to your podcast, and I thought I heard screaming, so I paused the podcast to listen, and I did I, heard somebody saying, help me somebody, please help me screaming at the top of their lungs, so my first instinct was to go up into the House and the house was Kinda shady so. What would you guys have done in that situation I? I ended up calling my husband. He was there in less than a minute. We ended up calling nine, one one and my husband. Maybe get the car we left and now on. I can't stop thinking about it because we don't know what happened. Would you done? I would've gone closer to the House and yelled and ask for someone to yell back. So I would have went tour. I would've gone toward the house. I'm trying to think I would love to have just been a hero in run up in there, but I would have run to the house emily. What is happening? What is wrong? Do you need help. And then if they would've answered and said Yes then I would have gone into the house. I don't think it's wrong now. What she did was great, but I I would be the same way of my brain wouldn't be able to stop thinking wondering and worrying about what happened and. If whoever it was is okay. What's the move would have made though you hear. What she did. Called either my husband or called nine one one. Or whatever so I think calling a professional to go help. I I'm not equipped to go into a situation like that I guess. Doesn't I think I would do Clare, you did nothing wrong? Don't burn yourself with any sort of guilt here. Here is Chris from Charlotte North Carolina I. Have a bone to pick with lunchbox, but finally checked out instagram today and I notice. He has zero following. What is that lunchbox? Even follow your crew your family. This is all kinds of mess. Thank you have a great day follows zero people. Any answer to him Yeah, I just don't follow people on Instagram, because I don't WanNa waste time sitting there scrolling instagram. I wasted enough time on social media so I made a conscious decision. Not Follow anybody so I wouldn't get wrapped up an instagram life. There you have it or hurt anybody's feelings if I didn't follow him to. When did you care about hurting people's feelings? Yes, winded. Sorry, please tell us. Why don't you follow me and I'm like I? Don't have time for you like I. Don't follow you and I don't have to worry about that I don't and there's a lot of people that I'd have to follow that. I. Don't really care about at all right there. You Go, I now time for the good news countdown five stories all good. Let's see what makes the countdown this week. It's the good news countdown counting down the biggest good news stories across the land. All right here we go, let's start with. A woman in Kansas City one hundred bucks on a lottery ticket and gave it to the family of a wounded cop. It turns out. She did it even though she lost her job. Because of the pandemic, someone started to go fund me page for her, and it's already raised thousands of dollars so good and good and good. That's number five. Worth Both parents of a six month old baby recently tested positive for corona virus and they have a baby. So. The doctor took care of the baby for a month. Crazy. can do that now. They're all back home. Abnormally. The rules I just think it made me feel good. I'll put it at number four. A twenty two year old nurse who has been on the front lines for months I'm talking for math full gear every day she goes in. She just made it into the semi-finals of the Miss England pageant. She's so in the British army reserves. She doesn't all reserves. Beauty pageants. That's crazy and that's the number three. Guy From. Virginia drove fourteen hundred miles to Bozeman Montana just to play trombone outside his brothers window, while he recovered from the virus for trauma bonus from Montana State University joined him. Here's a clip of his brother talking about it. fourteen hundred miles. It took to get here. Genie put together trombone section for me and I brought the music and. Here we all Nicholas. I'm supposed to Bozeman and a couple of weeks to shoot the first episode because it keeps getting delayed because a corona. But I'm supposed to go to bozeman Montana to shoot the first episode in two and a half weeks never been. We're on the air up there, too can't wait to go up there. Maybe I'll see this guy's brother. Take an instrument place in. Our number one. A seventy nine year old guy from Arizona was trying to drive to Wisconsin to see us son for the first time in eighteen years, but he kept getting lost. Older guy was having trouble with GPS having trouble with maps, so he stopped to ask for directions at a gas station Illinois. A RANDOM COUPLES HEY? We'll drive it to the rest of the way just to make sure you get there. And he got there and they didn't even mug him. Yeah come on there, you go. That's number one. Close it up. The good news countdown. On right now is Allie in Springfield Missouri. Hey allie what's happening? I'm still excited. This is literally a dream. Come true, well awesome. You know I was just up there on your neck. I followed you on Instagram you wearing Branston at bactheatre. That's awesome. Yeah, it is. One of my favorite places in America, now that area, big cedars amazing. If you get a chance to go, but man you have, and I've been to the ozarks. I'm from Arkansas, but you guys really have a great spot up there Oh Yeah. It's so pretty Branson's one of the prettiest thoughts ever in my opinion. What do you do for fun like what's a hobby that you have up there in Springfield? Well I, actually live about thirty minutes west of Springfield in the country, so we're farmers than we like to. And fashion just do anything outside. Do! You ever go to bears, sports, Grill and Springfield. there. There's one in. A couple in like Republican next I right by Springfield. Ask because they. It bears sports grill. They have the bobby bones burger and haven't I should've have to the restaurant when I was up there. We actually have to play a game. Alien Springfield us so this is I didn't make this game. Mike D made the game. Arrays host at Ray. What's the game? Albert Einstein or bobby bones, their quotes and you have to say who said quote. Oh. My Gosh Okay I didn't make the game. This is hilarious. With her. Oh No, you should play if she wants my help second, ask me hey, okay, alley! Received you can guess who said Albert Einstein. Every, game ever I'll be honest. Albert Einstein or Bobby Go Henry. I. One insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results, Einstein her bones. Jeff. Stein! Nice all right? That's one. Go ahead I. don't believe in Luck I. Don't believe in destiny instead I believe that our lives are powered by countless micro decisions. That's bobby. I love this yet to think about it though that's the greatest compliment ever. Amy No. Yes, I'm curious to hear the rest of these. Okay go ahead. Life is like riding a bicycle to keep your balance. You must keep moving. Einstein bones, honestly those one. The other deal I know. Hard I think. Don. Amy. What do you think Einstein? It's Einstein. Okay. All right Allie got it wrong go. Clare Yeah, go ahead. I just feel like I'm probably rode bicycles. You write a Peleton. You're at a stationary. I go ahead. The sooner you embrace the truth, the sooner you can leave behind the bitterness of what you don't have and start. Bobby I. Don't think you read that right I. I said Mike. Where did quotes from my book? The second one. I mean read it again, right? The sooner you embrace, this true this truth. Sorry, sorry! Sorry, the sooner you embrace this truth, the sooner you can leave behind the bitterness of what you don't have an start. Okay, I. Think be some more start. What whatever it is meaning as soon as you let go of things that are irritating you, the sooner you can get started on things that don't things that really matter. I said that she could that right or do. We just give that to her. Whatever. Someone anyway, it's like sooner you could. Hurt the sooner you can actually accomplish things sooner. People get over not wearing masks. As sooner we can get on with. That's it. That was amy Einstein. Next one Raymundo I figured out what you sorry. I have figured out that you never completely figure it out. Bones or Einstein. They'd again. I have figured out that you never completely figure it out. I think. She. Says Einstein says me ray its bones. Wrong amy right, the caller has a name ray her name's Allie Allie OK. Allies only got. To for four and I got one left. Okay, go ahead! The smaller you break down the activity. Or time it takes to do something the more manageable. It becomes bones or Einstein video one more time, right? The smaller you break down the activity or time it takes to do something the more manageable it becomes bones or Einstein. Mr Bobby Bone I think I wrote about running. Because I hate running long distances, but if I run post, post. I can do it and I think even when my career. It was never about. I want to be the biggest baddest ever it was like. Can I do this small? I have my goal, but then it's always about reaching the next model. Ten small goals. You'll do that before you can reach one big old same distance. Elephant! One Bite at a time there you go all right. That's a pretty game we like. I love hearing unites on Ya I didn't make the game. On the show recently you complimented me and said I was very. Very smart. That's what Mike was fired by the game. And then you're gonNA bust and get a break. Okay WHOA! Sensitive Sally I didn't not none in now now. I'm out of here. Okay. I'm GonNa give her a one hundred dollars. Walmart Gift Card Oh see that there you go, but did you even win? Yeah because I got one I'll give it to her four to six. Okay cool. Anyway. Alley what you could everything go with you. Yes, I'm doing good. I'm actually teaching summer school so I'm speech. Here in Springfield or what? Speech pathologists. I went to a lot of speech pathology. Mine wasn't for an accident or anything. Mind was to try to lose some of my accent. So I don't know. Yeah. Because one where I grew up in Arkansas. Is. Say, something how you used to say well the whole when I'm tired I know, but give us an example when I'm tired. Talk to us. How just? Give us a whole. Season is I. Know but like talk to us. How what age give us sixteen year old, bobby a nine year, old bobby! Thirteen year old. Want sure okay thirteen. We'll settle there I don't know. What you want me to say what we go hunting today or we now May. Not that's it's just there's nothing wrong with that. Out of I know but to hear that you I'm not. Kidding I'm from Texas like I. Have An accent, too I-. I- hearing. Hearing you that way. It just as weird because you've I'm. Not Proud of your accent, but you wanted to be able to. Be like or even television nationally exactly what if people want to be like well? But still I do get a lot like banging your accents Dick. Mostly from people from Boston York northeast of our. Hey, thank you very much alley. If you have a great day, you're GONNA to one hundred dollars gift card to Walmart and just appreciate you listening all right. Thanks Bobby. It's so much fun. And she was able to identify which I think. Most folks will I'm Stein or bones. Thank you close it up. From, Nashville entirely would number to thirty seven skinny Brandon Lamour explain why the message of her. Song Bluebird is important for her to I. Don't consider myself optimistic necessarily I, think I'm I'm not carefree I'm definitely a worrier, and I'm a planner and. I think I've gotten a little more laid back in my thirties but I definitely. I need to hear the message and Bluebird, too, because I have to remind myself to keep up Bloomberg, heart also Chris Johnson shared how his song done was inspired by his wife I think that Vienna songwriter artist in particular, there's already a vulnerability and honesty about it, especially with done I mean done. Done is a real a real thing I said. I saw Kelly for the first time. And, so it was natural just to put it into a song right? Young says fans shouldn't expect any more songs about his daughter had this one not been the right song. We would keep trying to right the right song but I. Know this is the song. This is what I had to say. I meant to say it this way so I. Actually have to fight against songwriters. The opposite like that's beautiful. Already wrote this on. I'm not going to have ten songs about my daughter. She gets one and then her siblings will all get one then it'll be the right one, and luckily we've landed on the right one the first time. That's your skinny. It's time for the good news swift bobby. A doctor helps save a three year old boy from drowning in a pool in New Jersey, a family member got the child out of the shallow end hotel. Pool and Dr John Blundell. Who is staying at the hotel performed CPR and revived the boy before first responders arrived. Imagine your kid is drowning someone. Pull them out saves them, and there's a doctor there to bring them back to life. What are the odds? Fortunately, a police officer Scot Gas and it was also nearby when the call came in, so he rushed over there, too, and gave the boy oxygen. Like this kid perfect storm at will after he fell in think that virus. Everything worked out, so let me shut out Dr John. BLUNDELL officer Scot. Gaston the unnamed person who pulled the kid from the pool. He didn't get the shout out here. In the article, unnamed person all unnamed people. We shout you out right here together, but that's a story. I wanted to share that there you go. That's what it's all about. That was telling me something good. Show. This story comes us from Huntington. New York this Guy Robert was sinister about a year and a half in prison for stealing cars like and I don't want to go to prison. You know what I'll do. I'll take my own death, so he types up a death certificate and emails it to the police station. Only problem is he misspelt a bunch of words on the death certificate? Got A TAI-BO GATOS they win. Now he's backing Brisbane. Much. That's your boneheads story today. The painters are finishing up my house. and. They're the nicest guys I've ever been around. They're always. Good, and I walked out there today and he goes. Hey, excuse me, would you mind if I just turn the music up? Ten percent and I was like y'all Ma'am Jamat Al you want. But I just thought that was really nice I'm going to be just ten percent and I was like you WanNa go fifty fifty. Yeah, because they're having a painting there all day and they need entertainment. Don't we come by Delta other masks on real quick. And I'm. Like I guess thoughtful the greatest. I should send it over to you, didn't he painted down? Actually do I seriously do I. Even still having worked on at our house, too, and I had to have sinks disconnected and a plumber was. They're doing it and we were in the kitchen, and he was talking to me about his favorite music and how he loves Hick hop. Oh, hip hop, so it's like hip hop, but hit country country hip hop right? Yes, and I just looked at him confused, and of course I mean I can put together. I know what it is, but I didn't. He was asked if I knew in ear. What my favorite caught was and I didn't have any and I having Alexa in my kitchen, and he saw, and he just looked over. You said Hey Alexa play big small. Talk. You shocked at somebody random yelled at your Alexa. Yes, I just thought I. Don't know etiquette for Alexa because it's still also knew a lot of people, but do you if you're not friends with somebody, can you talk to their? Smart device using Alexis like a kid like only talk to my kids. If I know you, are you ask right? I don't know I mean. I was certainly wasn't mad at him or anything and I don't think he meant any harm. Someone's yells at your. Alexa right yes. It made me laugh. 'cause like I don't know you you're in. My house were talking yes in. You're really nice, but you're not. You're not, if you my house and you said Hey, play this. That'd be fine. I wouldn't even think twice about it, but I was laughing at like. Is this appropriate I don't know? Who is your favorite hiccup though? I don't know, I. I don't know cowboy. Troy okay is on coal. Ford okay called forward is low mosaics. No I think he's hip hop. Okay, Old Town road though could be considered hiccup. Ish This is a tricky one. Oh, mall, but. Though, again, big smile or whatever his name is. Alex. College Jelly Roll Jelly Ron Wyden. Do, you think about this guy yelling at her Alexa lunchbox. Man I would have to tell them you turn that off. That's my device at sorta lighters going in and getting something out of your fridge. It's a violation of your space and I'd have to say something Morgan. Weird not weird. It's definitely weird I would have said something to him. Raid Close it out, weird or not weird. I mean he's working for you. Or whatever right can't they take? Take control some stuff in your house. I'll be like yelling. Steve is hey stews. Give me some water. Yeah, I don't I. Really Guys. He was so nice. I, don't have a problem with it. I just thought I don't know that he should continue to do that. Other people because if I was somebody that really cared. You know it might get awkward, but I get. He was just trying to show me what hiccup what? Nothing malicious here right? Oh time now for a draft of best TV comedies. We'll go around the room, picking her favorite comedies. Form team vote on the team. You liked the best Raymundo. Has I pick today Raymundo? What's the first TV comedy you're picking? Give me your friends. That's the first overall pick I think that's that was the right one. Well! I just realized that's the theme. I thought we were drafting favorite TV comedians. First. Pick Betty White. Betty Light Ray. Romano. That wrong. What do you mean Ya ups? I don't know if. You were in here when I cut the for the ran over the weekend probably. I'M GONNA go ahead and go I'm going to draft the office as my first overall pick. which puts it over to you, amy? Take in the office. Dig and that's what I watch right now. That corrects me up, so I'll go seinfeld. Solid. This is not going to be a bad pick in the first round. Box Yeah. This is my favorite show right now, and I am loving it and it is called. We'll call it. Sheets Creek right? Yeah S Creek. Morgan. Man y'all took so many and I. I'M GONNA go with modern family. Sober good that on the way back. Right that's the first round. Now we go backward in the second round were drafting TV comedies. Morgan your second pick. To go fresh Prince of bel-air, Oh okay. All these have been on my list so far. Nobody's really. Bad picky lunch Mike's Okay I love. This show can watch the reruns over and over again, and you will laugh out loud. Give me parks and REC. Who else you have your comedian. Shut up. How I met your mother? Megan. Many before you again? You pause for so long game. Go Golden Girls Oh no, no, no I'm GONNA go to. The? Best TV comedies Raymond over to you. Good wholesome family show from back in the day. Did I do that. Family matters ice. Knocking them all down. Here We'll go with. Raimondo gets the last pick here of the of the next round. Raymundo has friends and family matters. There's going to be joining your team at your favorite comedy. Lot Of nerds out there now during the old. Corona Virus Times. Give me Big Bang theory. Deciding between two. Which one's talking about Raymond Four House. You know. Make your peg gentleman. You don't use I. Am a figure though get taken, so why don't mind sharing them I'm GonNa go full House. Okay, so my team is the office. Golden girls and full house solid. Amy Everybody Loves Raymond. So my team. Seinfeld how I met your mother? Watch, Royce Man You guys taking everything. I'M GONNA go. Man I'm going to go new girl. Where you're gonNA take them more than with yes. Close. Morgan your final lunchboxes team is s creek parks and rec in new girl Morgan. I'm so angry. Right now, I mean I guess the thing that I have left on here is the simpsons. Right. which makes Morgan's team. The Simpsons fresh prince modern family. Right there you have some the didn't make the list of mine. General probably wouldn't pick but I put it engine case. Curb your enthusiasm. Roseanne. At one. Because I've seen every single episode. Thought if the world ended I pick Mama's family. Jaguars Emily. All along. REBA. Oh? Good yeah, cheers! I knew I wouldn't pick family guy, but down to the rest of all on the list I. Guess I didn't have new girl molest, but the rest of that you have any other. Black and white shows. Are there. You go good to Bobby Villains DOT, com and vote on the team that you like the best check that out. We will talk to our video producer Eddie in the next twenty minutes or so. From what I hear. It just got US results back. So we're going to find out if he's positive or negative for corona again. He was positive week in a couple of days ago. Here's a voicemail though we got late last night more than bobby mourn. Studio Hey man I just got the perfect thing for Eddie. He's definitely in my thoughts apprentice. If you're going to name him like you have betty covid just call him. Co Vada guys are great. I love his. Co. Betty. Bed. Franko, Eddie. That's good man bringing dot com. You can always call us eight, seven, seven, seventy, seven. Bobby I'm on Instagram at Mr Bobby bones. Pileups stories so this guy wanted to buy a camper. If his three thousand five hundred dollars, so he went on to pay the person he was buying the camera from cintas wrong person. So this one kid is out golfing with his dad. His phones, I. Opened up and he just got paid thirty five hundred dollars on Mel. He knew it wasn't for him and that was a mistake, so he message the guy back and said I. Don't think this is like Oh. Yeah, shoot! It's not for you, so he is like I'm GonNa? Send you back all the money minus twenty bucks to buy myself okay. Severe with the guy said he's a deal. Salads just kind of funny how he handled it because he did the right thing, but then felt like he should reward himself. That's funny sometimes on Ben Mall pay someone. Go you have no friends with this person and comment and you've never met him before. Are you sure and I'm like? I don't know man, am I shore and I'm always thinking about to pay the wrong person. Was a life changer for me and I don't it doesn't come top of mind as much as it should judges trying to. Convince them and at Sonic to you can bend Mohan, just ask for Mill Yeah I love that it's gaining popularity, but yes, you need to like triple check. You're paying especially with someone. You don't know so according to a study of men and women. Thirty two percent of men say they have never done this around the house and I want to hear from you at that is. Too Vague, they've never done this. I feel like you've done it for sure, and it's changed changed the sheets. Oh I've probably. Yeah when I was living alone and my dog would sleep in the bed. It was every other night. Yeah, my dog doesn't sleep in the bed anymore. This dog doesn't sleep in the because he snores too loud, but yeah, my was weird. You're different than a lot of other guys, but then there's another part of the study that stuck out to me because you say that my husband does this and it was over. Half of the men surveyed said that they purposefully do a chore wrong, so they don't get asked to do it. Yeah, there's no way your husband can't full laundry. And now he served in the Air Force Academy I look outside at him mowing the yard, and it's with such precision, and there's lines and everything's perfect, and then yeah, he can't hold a t shirt because old truck kept Kevin my house for a few days when Colorado and I watched them come in. Three hookup the battery, all these wires going different places isn't. Nailed it, but he can't both towel. I know now I know he's part of half of these men that do stuff that on purpose, so we're onto you guys now we're onto you guys. And lastly if you're in the market for a beach, House Jason Dina's selling his. Hey listen. I was looking at Jason Aldean's regular house online. Holy Moly I was watching him and Tyler Farr Bowl in his house. Tyler's pants down. Yeah, I saw that clip. Yeah, and then I saw tile. Guess I'm only Jason's house from Tyler's Instagram, but I saw tyler far at Jason's pull and he was like. Hey, come on out to Jason! ALDEAN'S WATERPARK free admission, but it's really the back of aldean's house. On, stir waterpark situation. How much is this beach house? Go for? It's selling for two point nine five million dollars for like his beach us for like thirty dollars battle. That's gone down because I think it was originally listed at three point two so you're getting a deal and don't worry if you're thinking Oh. Wow, doesn't. Why does he wanNA vacation at the Beach House anymore? He still does. He bought a new one. Point one gaffe and I'm like who does all this research to find out by? The house is like thirty a Santa Rosa Santa Rosa. Beach I think. Yeah, it's in that Jason I. Know You listen sometimes. He'll on the show sometimes if you happen to be listening right now. Let me go stay in that house. You're selling for few days. We've got another week of vacation coming up out the one that's for sale. Market it yeah, I'll take pictures a minute. I'll document. Inside of that house Sons Nice I'm amy. That's my pile. Was Amy's pile of stores saw. It's time for the good news. So just gotTa shout out these parents and Ian Thomas. Bonera they have three biological children of their own. Then they knew one day they would like to adopt. They decided to complete the foster care training. I and they got a foster baby after that maybe come to find out. The baby has four older siblings and the birth mom. To the four or actually, the five decided to terminate her rights to the four, so these parents that had the baby. They said No. No, we need those four I. don't want them going in the foster system so now they are a family of ten. Wow they escalated quick. Yeah, they had their three biological kids now they're five adopted kids, and then the two parents. Good for them. I love when kids get to stay together. That is crazy. That's what it's all about. That was telling me something good. Time to go over to me now as we do every morning for the morning, corny. Your. Morning Corny. Listening show stunks are lawyers. What's the name of that show or the skull? I? Know Law and odor. that was. Morning Gordon Goodwin. Odor there was a girl that lives in Tulsa her websites. TULSA CREATORS DOT COM. I didn't know her, but she sent up to the studio, a man like a doormat. You see our doormat can't. And half of it says Oh you have of it says it's a has a razor back on it, and it's like house divided, but she made this that she sent up and asked me to promote anything, but I thought it was a pretty cool gift. I think it doesn't have to be a sports team or can be to sports teams. My only problem was she put the Oh. You in front of the Arkansas left to right. We also. Thought some people here right to left only people in Asian countries, but here's the thing, okay. She's from Tulsa so I think she was a bit biased Oh. Yeah, probably so it is now on our front door. Yeah, it's pretty cool. TULSA CREATORS DOT COM. If you WANNA go check out the side But she it up. Sometimes we get really cool gifts in the mail, and when we do like the shooter pretty cool I here's voicemail from Amber Lynn in Dallas I'm calling in regards to Eddie's corona. Virus results I. Myself have had corona virus and I can tell you I've had to get. Re tested every week to return back to work. I have now had the corona virus positive for eight weeks, so I just wanted to tell him that, even though he feels like he's getting better. Be Cautious, because fourteen days does not need your negative Eddie. I hope you get better thin by well here at results in about fifteen minutes. Do you guys know the results? No, I don't either. I message on this morning and it was like. Hey, if we're doing the bit where you're going to be in the garage, like let me know and he goes. Pay Just got my results IRT like maybe other late last night or today like early today. And, so I was like well. Don't come in. Let's just do the bid on the air where you're telling us what it is, so I don't even know what it is because there is no pre planned about the garage. I was reading a thing to where now they're seeing people that had corona or still it's like spider webs in their lungs at times. It's what he can't breathe. So, it's longer lasting than they think okay. Spider not the same, but I can relate. No. No, you mean. Still there. IS A. Brown recluse, no, but it's like purple, and there's a whole there. and it was I'm not kidding six inches away from my baby maker. What if it were to hit that what? Ellen's place was robbed while they were there. Did you see that I did crazy? Ellen and Porsche were inside their home when it was burglarized. Deep got in got out undetected so now they've turned the place into a fortress. TMZ broke the story. It happened on July fourth. And the couple was home. That is freaky man. And also, the first time I was broken into is when I finally got series are putting in some sort of security now it's. A lot because I've had. You know issues. But. I was talking to the company at the time and I was like. Hey, who comes to you for? These security system right after people been broken into no one ever does before Like rarely to someone had no issue. Whatsoever I'd like a security system. It's always when something re nearby happens or it to them, and then the freaked out about it because that's exactly why I. Did I was like Oh my goodness? I just got busted into stole everything I need to get a system you, too. Yeah, when we first got married well, that's my first security system was our rottweiler Josie we got broken into and I had had been looking at dogs. And I wanted a really cute, little one, and then we got broken into and I was like okay I was Guli. Doberman whatever and then a a rottweiler got dropped off at our church, and needed a home in our pastor called us, and said I heard you WANNA rescue. A Dog I've got one I said. What's the breed? Said rottweiler I was like perfect and. So I started with that and then yeah, we've since upgraded to the whole alarms Baker our at our new house. We got it to where anytime door opens its she. She's she says. She says front door or back door she. Door says it to the house but I'm it just lets you know that a door has been opened an exactly which door, so that because? If if I'm not expecting anyone to go out of certain door? It's just to help because our son has been super scared, and so we thought as extra protection measure for him. He'll be able to know. If anybody opens the door, we will hear it. We will hear it. We promise that's why we got hurt. She's notifies US front door. We were having security issues. I'll mention now I think now felt good about saying we moved. I, said it on the air. We moved a while ago because not only were. We haven't some new security issues, but people were also Let's just say they were. It wasn't good for Caitlin. To be where we were, and so we moved. In and out. Kind of the same thing now. I'm as Cameron up as I could be, you know the place we have now is kind of built for that thing I just. I've had price seven instances over the past. Ten years some low closer than others. But we had to move, and so we've moved now, but that's scary. They were home in. Someone got in and got out I know you wouldn't even think with Porsche and Ellen. They would have already had a fortress. With them, though you would think they had somebody standing outside with a gun guard. Yeah I. Just Think Celebrities A. Weapon! Up nudes or weapon women out front in all black ready to go. Kelsey grammer, daughter, get cut by man who started swinging a knife in new. York City let's. Did you see this now? All because the restaurant she was, that was about to close and wouldn't let them in, so it wasn't the same kind of thing, but still it was a weird. Law Enforcement sources confirmed the scary incident went down late. Friday night at a place called the black ant. They're about close up shop. Some guy who witnesses describe as seemingly drunk walked up, so let me in turned away by staff. He wanted to arrange whip out a blade hacking away with guests and employees wow. And her and a friend of hers, two of the victims that got slashed by this guy that. Awful. What in the world, I got a couple more of those. What in the world's like what's wrong with? People's in a second. Today. It's been a day where I was reading to the news, and I was like what is wrong with. People will not do it next though. We need a little a little break. This. Producer at he's on the phone with us. A week ago. He told us he had chronic virus. So all last week we talked to them on the phone Eddie. What's up? Guys how you doing I'm feeling great. How're you doing his step? Now. I text someone else's driving in this morning. Hey! Do under the bit and he's like well. I just got my results. Did you get them today or late last night I got him late last night. I don't know if he has it or not. We WanNA. Make some guesses here. I'm tired of guessing about Eddie's health. Give it to me. How long did take you to get your results? Over the weekend man, I mean it was quick I got done Friday and then they hit me up Sunday night Sunday evening. Did you pay for a medium rapid result or did it? Come back pretty quick. Just generally you know, I did not pay extra for the rapid result. They just I guess this place is a different place and I went to. Faster so did they call you or email you? They called me. Boy. There's not good own. Negative you haven't. They called you in ten minutes. and. They're like hey, Bob, are you just saw here? Okay Eddie anything you want to say before you tell us. Your diagnos- I know says yeah, go ahead. Yes, I would like to tell you guys that went I went they get there and they asked me the the little survey that they give you and it's like. Have you come in contact with? Anyone would cove it in the last few days. Yeah me. And they go. Oh, you've had it I say yes. I had it fourteen days ago. And they go okay, well. Just let me know that most of the people that have been coming taking the tests fourteen days after they take it. They already test positive again automatically, so that's what she left me with I'm like okay, so what's the point of me doing this? She's like we'll give it a shot. Let's see what we get. Why automatically I thought you kinda healed up and a few days in some cases. They said that you know symptoms they go away whatever and for some reason, the virus stays in your body, and a lot of people have been coming back tested positive again. Okay, so do they stick the nose the swab all the way in your nose, deeper or easier than last time. I mean it was quicker than last time. I wouldn't say was easier I mean it was just folk and done. The guy was a pro. I let's get a drum roll up. Because here is our producer Eddie. He set it up. Though. Do you think he's? He set aside? Tell us he's positive or negative, amy. Yes play guests at his health. Come on. Condition of guests that he's hell now he's trying to set it up like everybody tested positive, but he's them superhero and he's negative. Like! He's going to be all celebrated. What's up now? My Body's high functioning. Super Shape. What are you going with? I mean just based on Ivan, getting notes from listeners to that are like yeah, good luck with that, I've tested positive five times in a row, so we had the call Oh. Yeah, the caller. She was eight times eight times so. In that weeks. Yeah, so I'M GONNA say. Oh, whatever don't positive, okay box, Cuban Positive Morgan. I'm GonNa go with positive. Alegre. Yeah, it seems like everybody's testing positive weeks after so positive and yet and buddy. I'm going negative. Guy Eddie go ahead. All right so I. Get the call. It's a nurse and she says Cathy your question. I said Yeah Have you had this like, have you? Have you tested positive for that yes? Yes, the has testified. She's like. Is there a reason why you're taking another task? Yeah, my work says that. I have to have a negative result. Tell you. Tell your work. Then you won't see him in a couple of months. 'cause you tested positive again. I'm not lobby. Oh I, know. It's a weird thing right because we're not laughing about the virus. We're laughing Edi. Setup So, she's like so you tell your coworkers. You're going to see this. Awesome had six symptoms. We'd also be treating differently. Yeah, like if he will. How are your symptoms? By the way great I? They're gone I, mean I would say about ninety eight percent because over the weekend. I just Kinda go have these waves of where I get really tired. And just kind of want to take a little nap, and then I feel better in an hour. and. That kind of just comes and goes so as far as like feeling like I still have the virus in my system. Yeah, definitely feel like there's still something in there, okay? What about your wife did she get her results? She got her results negative. Yeah. Wow, are you back in the like? You'VE GOTTA BE QUARANTINED? We've gotta still stay away from her. No I've been in I've been around the house. You plant if she's doing that. You got to be back in the room. I'm trusting the scientists. The scientists are saying after ten. Of your symptoms that they first appeared. You're good. Are you ever on facebook? Because they don't trust the scientists over there. I mean it's very. I don't know it's really weird. Because I don't know who to believe, no, no. You believe the period. Eddie you believe that people who dedicated their whole life to this not someone who founds finds story at Patriot Guide Dot Com. Politicians will yes, unless they have a doctor by their name in a bunch of other doctors agreeing with them. That's who you believe. They spent their whole life studying this so. I. Never mind. I, don't want to say anything. I don't know who to believe. Should I believe Trent? Eleventh Grade, I, was met for a week during lunch or yeah Eddie. Guys are out of the ordinary to say like Oh. You need a negative test before you come back in the building and like I. I agree with that. We're not saying HR. But I agree with you. But? So what I'm saying is like okay. That's good, but then you have. The professional scientists say like well. No, not really. It's not the case you test positive for a while, but that doesn't mean that you can transmit the virus anymore I know, but I think as a business. You just have to be extra cautious, even not that they're disregarding what scientists are saying. There's it's an evolving like everyone's the the knowledge about it and what people are learning. They're. Business being less cautious that argument would be okay, but being more cautious. Well and this is another Indian suit. I definitely want to be safe and not rush. This I do want to mention that on my way to take my test. Ironically I see Raymundo in his car as we're driving to the clinic. Now this is this is this is this sets me up to like ready to go in this office at all 'cause I drive up ray. I say I, told my wife Ooh Oh. That's right, honked and honked rate. You Look Sydney. We ended up at a stop light a red light together. He grabs his mass from his glove box. And lowers the window to talk to me and my great we're. We're in two different cars far away from me. I have my that. I'm not gonNA give you the. Guys. These guys are not ready for me to come in. No later, your wife rides in a car. Yeah the whole. Such a confined space I'm getting tested again Thursday this week. I talked to you on the phone. Bobby it used to be back in the day is one example he says this one sandwich from subway and he every single day. No matter what in that's that's been a pattern in whatever it is now I'm sorry. I'm addicted to being responsible of it. You know I'm sorry. I'm addicted. bobbies like time for my weekly tests. Eddie sorry bud. What does this mean like why guys I'm losing it I'm losing. It I don't even know what my the point in my life is anymore. It means that. You can't come to work until you get a negative first of all. It means two weeks and he's. Like? I. Started working arts and crafts I do. This pattern awake up and I worked on this thing called diamond painting. It's very relaxing I'm actually loving it gives you need to relax more right now. Well okay, we'll. We'll check in with you later on the show because we'll ask you what you wanted to submit for the show today. Great all right Eddie still positive so as krona virus. Don't hit us with the. Why are you laughing? We're not laughing at his virus. We're laughing at how he presented the whole thing or laughing at that he feels okay fighting through. Our friend I mean I I still. Do. You gotta be positive during these times I? What did we? What am I going to do the same here and be? Debbie Downer about the whole thing I have no idea what to do. I just gotTa have we gotta be lighthearted lighthearted about this stuff? Sam Hunt Ken Folks Eddie Talk to you later. All right guy by Buncha. Making a vanilla ice movie I wonder because I was born in the eighties but Morgan number two. You were born in ninety, nine, hundred, ninety three. Do you remember Vanilla ice at all? And the only thing I remember from him is is is baby all I got and you just know the song I guess you don't remember it being a current song. Yeah, no I. Just I just know that song like not even the full song. Is maybe okay, so there's this one in this. was I mean? He's considered a one hit wonder for the most part like I know other stuff is because I had one of ice tape, and then had vanilla MC hammer tape, but I remember when he did the song for Ninja. Turtles Ninja rap the movie. Go. Go go go. Thought was the coolest thing ever. Do you remember, play that funky music. Why boy play that funky music? Back. At the true story of the infamous dramatic rise and fall of analysis career in the early nineties. Extreme, interest level. Pretty high me. The. netflix's or doesn't say yet right because James. Franco's doing it. Yeah. Gay, Franko Wait! Dave lesser fame got it. How do I know Dave? Twenty one jump street. That's what I would know in front of the bad guy, wasn't he? Yeah, yeah. WHO's James Franco's? The one with Seth Rogan? Does all that stuff? Yeah, and didn't. He cut his arm off in that movie. Dave Franco. Does kind of look like an allies so? Can of has that look so I don't know. Maybe they don't either, but they're making a movie about it. I like that. Yeah, I'd watch. and. It's a real actor to his wife. Is the girl from the glow? The wrestling was moved. What is it called glow? Allison breed the main wrestler and glow. Did you ever watch that show now? You told me I wasn't my thing. Yeah Kaelin and tell her that. I won't watch your shows, but I watch Eddie's. Did you have that conversation I? Think so? Yeah, we did. We had it here on the show, but also yeah told her take it into personal. Probably tell to watch yellowstone. Her Honest Opinion About Upload and she wasn't fair to it. She didn't give it a chance. She's watched fifteen minutes like the show's not for me. and I was like, but it is for me and I watched a bunch shows that you liked and I thought. Wouldn't it be for me and I ended up getting into them. Cheer for example. I was I gonNa Watch. She was like. Let's watch it and I was like Oh and then ended loving. It episode two in loved all of it like just watching. We haven't watched another one yet. The wiser by myself now it is kind of weird. Yeah, but Morgan Watch, the whole thing you upload I. Did I I like Weird Josephine? Show. Out here alone on an island, trying to make people happy and people just always make bad okay. Spend a day and a half in Oklahoma this weekend. CAITLYN's sister. Got Engaged and she was coming. We were part of the surprise after she was proposed to. So we drove over spent the whole day and I really like an in Oklahoma. City I think it's a great town It's funny because I into some listeners for sure went to this ice cream place as we're kinda getting ready to go over to the secret engagement and a couple listeners, everybody's respectful with Cronin, masks and stuff and But, this woman looked at me and she goes man. If I didn't know any better. That's where you're going, but. There's no way because I was, and I didn't have my instagram story. You can usually find out where I am by instagram story because we were surprising her sister. And I was like yeah, it'd be crazy now. It's me and so but it's great I love Yeah, love being in Oklahoma. It was called. Her sister was proposed to and on top of building and. She was surprised by it, and then all of her family was in a room. She was w surprised by that, and then she was. Tripoli surprised when there was a whole thing, too, but it was. You know as weird to kind of be socially distant, but close with folks. Because we're all it was outside. The proposal was and so we're all up there, and there's like eight of us, but no one wanted to get close to each other. Yeah, so you're all like it's great to see you, but no was really not a Lotta hugging. Since A. New Way we do things right now felt a little weird, but I felt good about it like everyone was really responsible about it, you could. Be there for someone Ceylan hugged her sister. But. I love not having a hug folks. I'll choose my hugs wisely like I. I've always liked to invest in hogs. People really want to hug and now I can still really do that. Yeah, that's what we did what you did this weekend. My husband's sister was in town, so we were just. That's why you didn't come over pickle high now. I wanted to do because I mean. We're pretty good, not gonNA live pickle ball. Where do you play pickle in Colorado? Yeah, we did a a a duo tournament teams. Kaylin, I would finish second look. I know the worse. I'd rather finish last. You know what? I'm kidding. Competing with me. Why? because. You're too competitive. I don't know well. She's very competitive in a different way is more a-team. was like we got be by an inferior opponent. I was like you're better than she is. There's no and she's like. I hear that. Is You blaming her? No, no, no, it's like there's no reason you shouldn't be performing better than her. Okay, but and she's like I don't perform well. When but then we started playing knockout in basketball against each other, so there's like. Six played knockout. You, you shoot it if you missed the person behind, you makes it your knocked out. and. She talked so much crap to me, so she is mean when she competes against somebody. And I maybe am not the best when I'm on a team with someone, and we're not performing because I'm also bad myself, right? Competitive in different ways, but yeah sad. You guys. GonNa. Come over so she. What'd you guys do anything fun one now. We just hung out at the house. We watched movies and cook dinners and baked cookies and played games stuff like that watch boxes. Birthday was Saturday what you end up doing. Really, we just hung around the house. Nothing exciting with quarantine can't really go anywhere. wife made dinner, and that was really pretty much. It and they gave me a car that was really handmade with the kids. handprints is great. I don't feel like you've thought that was what it should be I mean it's just I. It's hard to celebrate. There's nothing you can really do that I mean it's the same thing we do every day with the kids, so it's kind of like all right. And it was just a weird birthday. Turn thirty nine I started to think man do people like I used to think people saw me as the young stood on the radio, and now it's more like the creepy old man that's. Yeah grow older. I've had to kind of have have some realizations with myself, too. But. We both had quarantine birthdays at my birthday party. They were literally three people. It was me Kayla naming amy. Live or Party owes me bobby. Eric Clips of lunchbox driving into drive throughs, and explaining that it's your birthday and I told him it was my birthday. I'm really down because I can't have any friends over and I. Just WanNa. Feel the love if they would see me. Happy Birthday trying to get free stuff, too. Yeah I'm I'm a little sad. Because today's my birthday, you know with quarantine and everything I can't have friends over and so I have no one to like seeing me happy birthday. So I was hoping you guys would sing me happy birthday. Day million. Man I felt so good now. What are you GonNa? Give me for my birthday like. You're. Was Hoping you or you give me a large deeper for birthday for free. And the car behind you. Thanks you, don't you just went through all birthday song? He goes another one. Today's my birthday and it's been a bad birthday. Yeah you know this corona thing so I mean I don't have anybody like come over because a corona and I I just. WanNa. Feel the love of my birthdays. I was hoping you could see me happy birthday. Thank Grade. Chacha. Oh. I'm thirty nine. Four. Thank you so much man I'm wearing my heart. You. Guys are good. So what? What are you GonNa? Birthday, do I get a free milkshake or We can. Fire You. Don't water. That's we but no free food. 'cause I'm sad because it's my birthday. Yeah, did anybody ever give you any free? Again free smoothie. Really. Place and Now they were like a hook. You up with a moody and you want to talk about. Give me a free. They give me the biggest movie I've ever seen in my life. What's Moody Place? was US move king. And I mean. It was like forty four ounces. It was a monster. That's awesome, well happy birthday here. We baked cookies there in their. Oh, happy birthday! freaking. It's time for the good news. I missed. A in Cincinnati was at the basketball court shooting hoops with her three sons when two cops came over and started playing basketball with them, and they noticed fan. There's no net on that room like you can't play basketball without a net, so the two cops went to Walmart came back with a brand new net, and they knew the basketball they were playing with with real old bought the kids new basketball and that's awesome. Get and that's not a millionaire donate millions of dollars in building facility, but that right there is what this whole segments about just somebody doing some good for no other reason than than help folks out. That's what it's all about. That was telling me something good. Or regions died over the weekend. I didn't know he was sick. News Order I mean is it was eighty eight so when they said his angels like okay, but yeah I just had no idea that he was near that I met him twice, and he was so nice both times I got to host that show once. Kelly Ripa I didn't meet him at that show, but I met him two other times. There's such a nice guy so warm again I didn't know him no one, but at to experience within that. We're super positive. I think I'M GONNA put Regis into the music school today. All right here we go. Bobby Music School is now in session. The morning. Did you know, read a singer. In nineteen, sixty eight, he released an album called. It's time for Regis. Here's a clip of a song called Maim. Make the old magnolia tree cement the mention of your name. You've you've made us fail? Live again. You've given us the drive. Young. Because you can hear young regis. He waited in a thirty six years before putting out another album in two thousand four. Here's a Frank Sinatra cover did on that album. You make me feel so young here you you make me feel so young. That that sounds like we just we know. What who wants to be? A millionaire came out and I. Know He's known for a daytime talk. Show for the most part that show was just a pop culture phenomenon for years and years and years so much so a dumb, saying from that show still rolls over today that your final answer. But that was such. That show was massive. And it was every week, and then it became every night because it was so big, and now they're still syndicated version al neighbor did celebrity who wants to be a millionaire, but man. That show was big. I. Remember The guy that won the million dollars. The first time I ever millionaire. The question was what President Start on the one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, eight, sixty nine laugh in, and they put them all up, and it goes like to call my dad, please. And he's like all right for one million dollars. No one had ever want a million dollars on that show like all right. We'll get your dad on the phone Herbert I don't know. The Guy Goes Hey dad. I can't tell you that much win a million dollars. The answers Richard Nixon boom and everybody was like. It was all everybody talked about the next day. So? Recipes Regis Philbin just a delightful guy to watch. Set the world record for a long time for what for the most time many the most hours on television? Well at any given your no just period in life. Okay, wow may still have it I know for a while Hugh downs. Had it remember that I get from twenty twenty? Barbara Walters new downs back in the day well regardless and then re just I don't know if he's been surpassed. Recently not still may have a, but was the world record holder for most hours on TV period. That whole show of Regis and Kathy. Lee, which was the first version? It was a local show in New York I that they were like. Hey, we want always spread this thing out against, and then it spread organically became a thing. Yeah. I saw a like a tribute thing to him and some people were coming on, and they were being interviewed about life with Regis. Regis working with redesign. How hard he worked, and he had so much success, and they call like their opinion. They're like he's the Guy Working Guy I've ever known I've seen like he had all the success and all this money, but he kept working working because of how he grew up so poor that he had this mentality that it was all going to be gone the next day, so he needed to keep the hustle and I'm like. Oh, my gosh, that's bobby. And so now it makes sense. He has the most hours on TV like He. He was a worker and I was like if someone were to ask me, I would say in my world bobbies. The hardest working person I know in the also hasn't been. Anything he's worked for will. Be Gone. Tomorrow Name Yeah I. You know speaking of that. Let's hold off on closing music. Slava. Story Rachel Cruze. She's coming before. Dave Ramsey's daughter. Yeah has also written some. She's not just Dave, rant, daughter, also very talented writer. She wouldn't a couple bestsellers. She's writing a new book on how to manage money. If you don't know how to manage money, I think that's the gist of it because I, didn't I? You know only recently. I figured out. I should just bring smart people to tell me because I didn't grow up with any money at all, but she took a clip from the radio show and put it into the book, and she asked me if it was okay. Show me talking about something. And she writes in a hotel. Okay me reading this. There are also people this writing I. There are also people who grew up in poverty who have a strong fear of ending up back there I love listening to on Air Radio Personality and bestselling author Bobby Bones in the mornings now he's done extremely well for himself. If you listened to him for long grew up with very little money, and has a deep rooted fear of being extremely poor again one day today's conservative with money for a longtime. He habitually overpaid as utility bills each month and hopes that they would not be shut off if he was forced to miss a month's payment. That she quotes the show, so the electric bill came in at two twelve. I just paid to twenty to make sure taking care of although that's a high electric bill what the heck was! Christmas lights. Here's is giving an. Plus all electric bill now it'd be like what quote I will never be late on my bills. Have someone calling telling me I owe the money, but then she writes salting and. gas sure I just thought it was awesome. That was putting a book because I hope people here my story and go. Oh, I feel the same way and. I can also do that whatever it is that I'm doing a basically pursuing what I love to do, but yeah. I mean Russell Regis. Just a great guy that I got to spend time with you know a red everybody's. We just feel like. If you feel like with someone a lot, you see them on TV. Hang out with them. They're kind of part of the group We hope we feel like that to our listeners like we've been with you long enough. Even if you're new to the show, we hope you feel that way with us. So that was a music school about reaches his music, but it's morphed, but let's close it up. was. These music, school! Oh man, this is crazy. Video captured a brawl that erupted at an airport after a drunken woman refused to get off the Philadelphia plane. The chaotic took place after a woman refused to follow the cruise request to get off the flight. Meanwhile? Another passenger became ill around the same time, and then it was just bedlam. I mean it was. They were going nuts this. Passenger takes a phone and start recording it and so here's a clip of the pilot's announcement and people yelling. Talk. That is refusing to get your. Out with your credit. The police. Do. You want to get off the plane. Go till she get sauce. You just wouldn't get off the plane. And the pilots now got to. Kind of. Diffuse it while also how you gotta go. And so here's a clip of some of the fight in the terminal here. Local media identified at thirty three zero passer. Philadelphia's the one who became upset on the flight. It was unclear she was one who doesn't talk skater, but didn't matter. He was fighting anyway. A second PAT, isn't it? Isn't this just what? Our country feels like right now. Yes, but you don't know why. you see people going nuts and you're like. Where's the normal world? To US trying to be good to each other. But. Everybody's on edge right now all the time. Regardless of whether it's on, it'd better be like. ooh, just say something. Just say something I'm coming at Ya. The airline involved was not immediately available. There's another story another one. A Delta flight departing from. Detroit has the turnaround as two guests refuse to wear masks. Now it is a rule. You may not like the rule if you don't WanNa wear a mask. You don't believe him. Ask God love you, but. The rule is you have to wear a mask or you can't get on the plane? It's going to a nice restaurant. If you don't want to wear a shirt great, keep your shirt off guy, but you can't go into Ruth's Chris. Corrobos isn't going to let you hang out with no pants. That's just their rule. Airlines a Delta. Airlines, flight, departing from Detroit had to return to the gate after a pair of customers refused to wear masks during the flight. The flight was heading to Atlanta. How can people do things like this and not realize they're just being real selfish jerks. It's not about the mask thing. It's a rule. It's like someone refusing to wear their seat belt on a flight like. We've don't put it on. WE'RE NOT GONNA go. In the mid like Nah, I'm so selfish I'd rather go back and make everybody miss whatever they're doing down there. Throwing people wasn't wrong with people. Thank you. Turn away from. That can't Amana. Wisconsin one twenty two million dollars in the lottery last month. A make good on a promise that he made twenty eight years ago and he split with his friend. In nineteen ninety, two. They made. A promise shook hands on it. They said if either one of them, everyone the powerball Jackpot. That promise came to fruition last month when he won twenty two million dollars. That's the legit. The men chose to a cash option of sixteen point seven million after taxes are paid. They each got five point seven million dollars. So on this show, let's say. If we made the promise back in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, two, or two, thousand, two, probably be a little better for us. which members of the show do we think would honor that promise? Would do you think I? Would honor it. Yes, or no, yes, group. Yes, you would. What did you think amy would honor it? Yeah, yeah, you think lunchbox an honor it no! said no I mean that's a long time ago. what about Eddie's not here at has corona virus. We'll talk to him. would. Eddie honor it. No, no, no, he tried to come off like he's all wholesome, but there's no chance. It'd be like that was so long ago. What about our audio Raymundo? Ray I'll take fifty fifty, but I would. I'm a very loyal guy and if I, told somebody something, I would follow through with that even if I'm unhappy about doing it naturally that friend though. And you're like what? It's awesome. Remember the handshake exactly like I. Mean What if they're not even still friends? Do you have to find this Dune? I duNno, it shakes a handshake. That with you guys. Or video producer. He's on the phone. He's positive again for Corona. He hasn't been able to shake it. He told us that this morning Eddie. How do you explain to your kids? You have krona. They kind of just found out already I think they overheard me. Saying that I couldn't smell something and they're like. They put two and two together at first start with my five. My six year old, he was just like. Oh, my Gosh I heard some the first shirts as you have grown. So. They just know they know and then I told him. You know what that's what it is guys I got it. Are you hugging them? Yeah. Yeah we're back to normal hugging I do wear a mask around the house, but I hugged them I. You know, hang out with them. I played baseball within the other day. But you have corona virus still. It's the virus. I've tested positive for it. It's still in my body, the professional say I can no longer transmit it so I'm taking their word for it. Can't argue with that and nobody else in his family has contracted it, so it's not like he's going out in public and shaking hands and kissing babies. All does your wife. She must be immune right. I don't think he'd Be Immune I. Just make. On facebook do now. It's 'cause I watch many movies right now. Viruses go ahead Eddie. Maybe she already had it. Who knows maybe she had it? You know a while back and we didn't know and she's already got the anti antibodies who knows? I have no idea how she hasn't gotten it now. We were in Florida together I. Mean we I had it? I got it while we were together, but soon as I got home, we we hadn't. You know hung out or seeing each other. So what's segment where you going to submit for the show? Had you been in? I was going to submit something. That's just been coming up a couple of times. I have four boys right to to my own two foster boys. All Boys and I've always taught my kids. It's Okay to go pee outside now. The foster kid he's got this thing where like when he's gotTa go, he's got to go. When I was going to take my test. It was an outdoor drive up. So they so we just ended up in a parking spot. I foster son goes. I gotta go beat, and when he says that he's GonNa go, so my wife is like all right. We'll let it go right over there in front of the parking spot and go, so then he goes in front of everyone. And, I'm got corona with a mask on so I can't stop anything or go with him. And then my other boys were like well. I got to go to, so they all started paying I wanted to ask you guys like. Is that okay like? Should we be letting our boys? No. It's Okay to pee wherever you want because you're a boy. I would say wherever you want. The answer is no. I would say after you're outside in their other people. You find a spot. That's bit secluded. You can p. In have that it but I would say in a parking lot. No, when other people can see. Them being like if you're in the woods and there's a tree, there's some sort of yeah that makes sense how many people could see them being in the parking lot narrow probably about four cars in there. But for too many. Because then next, you know they're going to be sixteen and at the grocery store. And thirty on a date. Peeing 'cause they grew up that way. Nope, or their own ping a part and I made the mistake of like this. At one time you know when my kids were younger like that's the best thing about boys. We Can pee wherever we want you know and and my wife just took that for my word, and just like all right will then from here on out. They just pee wherever they want whenever they need to. Yeah, I would go no one we have. But I say wherever you want is probably not the way. Okay did you see? The offensive line for the chiefs who opt out of his contract I saw over the weekend, but this the first time you had seen. Had Medical Doctor. He's the only players medical doctor and. So he plays offensive Lineman for the chief I don't even notice as name like Lauren. Something and is Canadian. Oh, is that why has French show? So he has been volunteering during this off time, but then I guess the NFL gave players an opt out or something where they don't have to play if they don't want to. Because of the coronavirus and he said he's been on the front lines of this scene. How horrific it is, and he says he can't consciously go in and play a contact sport. That could spread something like that. That and then so not only is he doing not doing it because of that, but then he's going to spend his off season time working to fight the virus on the by the way he's a starting lineup for the chiefs gave up over two million dollars to do this. Yeah, he's like I've seen. He's like I've seen it. It's not good I'm. GonNa. Go Work and they're good team. He's he's opting out because. The best. So crazy Good for him doing what he thinks is right. I was impressed giving away a lot of money. Eddie, what about you? What are you gonNA give up. For sure giving up what I. What I love doing the most is going to work been given out of love going to work the most. I, do my own my Gosh I. Love this job. This job is a an amazing dream job. I've never heard him in his whole life. Say this to me right now and he has corona. He's pouring his heart out well. You don't know what you miss until gone is. All right well, there is Eddie. Has Corona virus? Wishing well. We'll check in with them soon. When do you plan to get another test into the week? I mean I don't WanNa rush if they're telling me you know six to eight weeks. Due to eight weeks, okay. If. It's how much the cost you to do. And I don't know they didn't. They didn't charge me. They took my credit card. Get back to the never told me what they charge. They charge zero. Why not go once every week and a half or so you can come back to work if it is negative, it's almost like I. Don't know man. It's almost like they had the vibe of of discouraging me to take a test. You know like from the beginning. It was just like you're going to take another test. Okay, all right. Is that what you want? We'll do it but I. don't know what that's all about the why they would. They see an overwhelming amount of people test positive even in that timeframe says they're like okay fine. We'll talk to you soon. All, right! Here video games. Yeah I had to take a break because I. Did you know start hanging out with family again? But I'll I'll sneak out tonight we'll do there is produce ready everybody. Me This I'm totally addicted die coat. I probably have five a day. What would you say is a reasonable number of diet? Cokes drink each day at one number. Do you think you have an actual problem? Problem Problem for sure yeah, the reasonable amount is probably one and a half. Sometimes you go a little crazy on to mostly have one just at dinner. My friend coordinate in Oklahoma City. He lives there. He met cornea long time ago. And so you know he's in the Air National Guard he's also working for an oil company Ed Oklahoma City, and he lost like forty five pounds by just stopping drinking, beer and soda and. Measuring out his food and that's it. He said he would do push ups and stuff, but it was like I just wasn't feeling good about myself. So I spent six months stopping the soda stop in the beer and eat indifferent, and he's like look. I can't believe it but the problem I would say he tried to have one a day. And I have diet coke is so yummy to me so I understand that but I think yeah. Try To. Work what is the number and if they're asking I? Don't WanNa tell me he takes did to some. What do how many do you think would make it a problem? I'll I mean I. think to could be fine. You say one and a half I say to really say one, but if you. Feel bad about yourself. If you happen to have to occasionally, yeah, that's what I'm one and a half comes in play. A lot man five a day that's. Not just wanted every meal, but you need one in between breakfast and lunch. That's having one at breakfast. Between breakfast and lunch lunch a predinner Diet Diko. Questions I have of like. How does he feel mean? Everybody processes things differently, and then he consuming anything else than that because I don't feel like my belly would have room for water and finally streaking five sodas a day. Okay, that's it. We'll see you tomorrow. Have a great day. Blake Shelton on the show tomorrow by Roddy. 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The 'Wrestling on a Corner Waiting for B Dot's Best Rappers List to Receive Much Needed TLC' Episode

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The 'Wrestling on a Corner Waiting for B Dot's Best Rappers List to Receive Much Needed TLC' Episode

"Pay leaned in and said something to freddie. Don't let them change you keep working on. What makes you different. And what makes you special. It was a great advice but it caused me some problems. What could change freddy adu. Soccer is going to explode. And it's going to be around this kid. The beatles everywhere we went it was the freddie show and with that came the expectation and with that came the pressure new episodes of american prodigy. Drop tuesday's from blue wire podcast. What up everybody. Welcome to another episode of the corner. Podcast caldeans dan's be here with the old man andres hail and man. We're almost to the holiday season almost christmas time. Almost new year's remember for those weeks. We're bringing you the best of twenty twenty where we give you. The best wrestling matches best fights best knockout best albums best guest features all of that. Good stuff and everything we talk about. So we are and be all three combat. Sports though shows are always really fun so make sure you guys tune in ties throughout the end of the year to hear some really great episodes but for we get to all of that in the future. We have this episode to get through. We have tons of pro wrestling to cover in this episode. We gotta talk impact wrestling. A w the crossover there with kenny omega going back and forth. Also we have to talk. About steve in ballard back and we have one hell matt kyle. O'reilly i done this past week. And of course we got a preview. Wwe's tlc pay-per-view view. That comes up this weekend so tons of wrestling in this show. You gotta start it off with some hip hop though old. Man you don't mind takes were wild and i. I just dropped. Waigel takes be dots list in which you know. I mean the resume. Wise one of the most respected people in hip hop but he made a list of his top ten rappers twenty twenty and this is arguably the hardest year to make that list deer. He tried he swum to me. He missed a lot on this list. Were your thoughts when you saw and from the reaction on social media. Yeah i mean look man. I've known for over. Yeah for about a decade. We're close friends. We knew each other from the industry and everything else. I've always respected beata. Its opinion on music is he. He's pretty good at this shit but listening made of the top ten rappers to not heavy single woman on there specifically meg the stallion when your criteria is i think it was a performance and presence scale performance presence. You're right there's no way in hell even make the selling off that list. There's no way. I'm leaving the biggest meg farris but to say that two thousand twenty wasn't a year that makes to be in the conversation over little wayne and drake for the year that she had. I this absurd. How do you leave off this. And then the other one the huge emissions royce and that but see that that opinion i think is a little bit more. Subjective like you can you can say. I'm a big fan but make you couldn't avoid her. What was the song that everybody's still talking about. What songs utah from. Little wayne his feature. Maybe a that's that's pretty much it. He dropped the mix tape but that was still so so recent that it's hard to really count that as the entire year and it was it was okay. He's got russ on here right. Even though russia's little up was good but man. no. I mean it's a russia's arms ego like he dropped a new ep which again dope produced really dope features. He went out there and got real spiders and he held his own. But he's not a rapper. No yes yeah. He missed hard on this. And this is just my opinion but there's no way especially in the year of metoo in the year of inclusion that we leave women off of top ten painless. When i feel like women had very strong year in hip hop now i agree I mean again. Megan thee stallion wop was arguably the biggest song of the year The video definitely made crazy waves a visual and one of the three criteria performance performance. Not like people have live performances in two thousand twenty. So i'm assuming you're talking vigil performances. Which wop was crazy redone There was parodies of it. It was everywhere. Then she has the song which is horrible. But it's a hit. The body audiology stupid people do the dances to like. That shit's everywhere. The album wasn't bad. No it wasn't by any stretch of the nation. She gave her fans what they were looking for. I mean her year was maybe a lot of it's due to the mona. Not traveling you know not having performances at at really big you know shows like via may awards all Per years probably right behind cardi's twenty eighteen. It was a huge year. So it's with the recipe does lists like he number one two and three ready gibbs come with the machine and bending the butcher in that order no matter that not matter. That may be benny above. I mean i would probably put freddie benny royce in any order. You'd like yeah. I mean i'm not that i can say okay cool but then after that it's russet four which i think is a grievous big sean five. I'm not the biggest big sean fan. He did detroit was but yeah appear. Makeshift i just. Don't get it again. My opinion still got coaxes on your stove. Got had a tremendous album stove. Got us here royce has to be here in this crazy and if you have still got so good and you don't have boldy james alchemists of the price of tea in china which was incredible. That's kind of crazy but it speaks to the amount of music that's out there. It makes it kind of ridiculous for a lot of people. You can have your favorites but the call anything. The best of twenty twenty without possibly being able to listen to everything makes these lists entirely difficult and almost pointless. Yeah i mean again. A lot of people consider low baby having the best album of the year the school. If wasn't today tomorrow for me. Understand his fan base may think something different Knows evert was considered to have one of the best albums of the year. It dropped early but he's not on the list. No i mean look i mean drake wayne. Did he put out enough for me this year. Now's put on the list. Nausea almost call. Maybe lowering list. I put not but he dropped the album and disappeared. A lot of people disappeared. See i necessarily mind people disappearing. I don't need your presence in my face. Three hundred sixty five days a year you can disappear. I'm totally fine with that. Not after the album like you don't even put out follow up single. Who was the second single to that. Put out three videos the algebra. He put that shit out in two weeks. And then. because i haven't seen anything but but that's my point the way you consume using twenty twenty like unless you're actively searching for it. It's hard to find is not. You're not able so i. I don't have a problem with artist spirit because not as one of the better albums this year Like to not have electron on this list might be offensive to a lot of people this jitney which the other one he has to to projects this year. Oh the joint that leads. Yes but it's always on title but i'm saying that he was there else so like run. The jewels kill is not on this list again. We mentioned roy's like it is really hard to make these lists when there's so much music that has dropped every friday every friday. There's no less than like five or six albums in a ton of songs and mix tapes. It's absurd it's hard for me to catch up to last friday. I'm still trying to catch up last friday. Someone who's not on list giancarlo biggest song of the year like song not even visual music. What song he had a good island to what's popping biggest song of the year. No fog videos all out of this stuff assigned biggest song of the year and then followed it up with tyler hero song dope and he has albums pretty cool. I mean he's got a good again. That's why these lists are kind of silly. So it's like when i saw this. My only my biggest concern was not seen a woman on the list. Everything else as cool as your opinion there was a lot of rap to listen to this year. So i can understand it but not having a single woman on this list. Yeah can't do. Yeah lots of rap to listen to then drop a lot of rap drake or little wayne. Drake the dark demo tapes. That was this year. wasn't it oh. Yeah i think so. It's like that's what i'm saying like you have to. If things are in front of mind like on your playlist or something that you listen to a lot. It's easy to forget what came out in like march. Yeah because he had the song at the fucking nike complex. I mean dude. Spillage village dropped this year. And i love that out but people have already forgotten about it. Yeah dropping early hurt emmy late. Push like the toby album. Drop this past week. Kid cutty dropped this past week. Like hey you know who else dropped and like we can freely talk about this. Everybody call their busta rhymes album the classic and nobody's talking about it in december. No i should drop last month. This is crazy but this is the microwave journalism. This is the instant gratification. This is the hype. I'm not saying. Busted made a bad out. I'm saying this was in an instant classic. That's absurd to me. And now it's in december. And i look at all of these lists when about album anymore. Yeah that's great dark lane. Demo tapes did drop this year. So yeah i just really hated to see slide. He was this year that that song argue be. We had the list of the worst songs of the year to see. Slide and body is like the two leading candidates. I haven't listened to enough bad music suggests that when you hear it you're here. I know this bad songs. But i can guarantee you. There are worse you know what songs bad dude you posted on twitter. Oh yes man tammy what does it. What is alias. Jesus his aliases. He's his name is aquinas lee. But the song is called chemo. Cazenove is is basically in my mind if sugar free and campbell had like an illegitimate child who decided to wrapping twenty twenty. This would be it. This song is incredible with the shirt open in the video. I knew i knew the song was going to be a problem. 'cause when i clicked i was like What is this. I knew it was going to be a problem. Man had the switchblade. And i was like. Oh this is some straight up. Seventy shit right. Here is a straight up pimp. Seventy he actually enunciated in used kuri in a ride. I was so impressed. Talked about you. Know if i break fingernail. That's going to be like almost. That is a real pimp shit. It was it was it was high level. One of my favorite like this immediacy thing. I'm hearing this favors. Also year just came out instant screen. You get a lotta pimp shit like that anymore me we. We talked last week about you. Know the bay area in the versus coming up sugar. Free does not get the flowers he deserves. No 'cause like it was offensive to a lot of people rightfully so it should be. Yeah great was fucking hilarious. Like he was such a good that it was all areas incredible. Pep in the. There's a lot of pimping and hip hop this. Many people have done it wrapped about it. Few have done it to the level of sugar free. indeed. I'd rather give you my bitches all time. Classic saw got off track with this. Fuck indeed dot list down talking about sugar free Okay so we talked about where he messed up and everything but the bigger scope of this is. This is a journalist hip hop journalist. Someone well respected in the industry if he puts this on a website in an article does it do the numbers that it did with him. Writing this in notes and going straight to social media. No because i mean obviously if you do for a publication that's reflective of the publications. I means it's got to be more than one voice involved in these list. So this list come out just under his name they. It would be if it's like a hip hop the eggs or if it's a hot new hip hop or whoever it is it'd be reflective of the site. Yes so if he puts it on twitter. It's going to get more traction. Because that is he's not just the journalist he's also a personality so this is going to do well for him but yet there's no it wouldn't happen if i was wearing website and some do any writer. I don't care who they are is like. Here's my top ten and i'm like yeah. We're just going to run this as is that's just not how shit works really does but in the grand scheme of things then is this a bigger indictment on hip hop journalism as a whole because Justin ivy dropped this group chat. But someone's like the future of hip hop journalism is. It's already been that it's been there for like the last like three. The emmys kind of the reason why. I've stepped away from me because it is instant gratification is like it's not just journalism is just the state of music and how quickly we get things and dispose them. It's a disposable art and he shouldn't have been and so i think it's more so that than the state journalism and dan was bad when you know writers and bloggers and started becoming groupies so this isn't shutout academics like man listen. Academics had a clubhouse chat dean. Whatever look i signed up for clubhouse been like jay z room. And i was like i can't do this is i like my silence. There's too many people talking but academics had a clubhouse room and everybody was in there and then you wonder why he actually does because you pay him so much attention. I don't. I don't follow him on twitter that clubhouse thing i got a notification was like no no. Thanks you empower people by visibility. It has nothing to do with how good their or bad their opinions are is if they get your attention that's money and that's we academics. Does he gets your attention. Won't get mine. Mine is worth a little bit more. But people like car wrecks and academic car wreck with shitty opinion of hip hop he just challenged rosenberg. Boxing max i mean do house and rosenberg address of right like i'm peter recently. I've known we've known each other do other people for years and rose has been here for a long time. Say what you want about him. But he's done this for a very long time. Once you student level academics. He wins he went. You can't win. He's a troll like you're not like you worked for one of the biggest radio stations in the world. He's a troll. He doesn't deserve your attention. The only thing he deserves is like a swift punch in the mouth other than that. That like amir mentioned here there but he liked dedicated whole instagram. Postal unnecessary. Like you need is not even academics. And i say this all the time. It's not academics. The people that support academic stead of the problem. Is this where. I mean so weird because twitter and i don't want to be hypocritical right like twitter in two thousand nine. Two thousand ten. Two thousand eleven turned blog hit up and people were legit like functions being on blogs. But you know like people were a an ours all this stuff. It turns them into personalities. Right like twitter took them from behind the scenes and made them personalities and people followed them and they got opportunities and television. Bob on some have lasted some have not but a lot of those opportunities came from twitter is do you see this tiktok clubhouse as that new wave for the next generation now i don't think clubhouse are going to be here very long it's already been manipulated and the format. It's already been manipulated and dominated by black people which is great in itself but This is a life span on it. Right like twitter's state here because it's a means of communication and they've evolved in certain ways that have allowed it to stay here for what we're going to year eleven of twitter. I think Tiktok it was like what what was before tiktok. There's always something that was similar to it. All vine vine was before takes on snapchat snapchat snapchat story. But there's not really strong as it once was super hot a minute but then they all disappear But i will say this. I know a lot of people come down on the social media era but if it wasn't for the social media a lot of the things that we a lot of opportunities for people who deserve them wouldn't even exist so w sore something's a wack and that's just the way it is some people know how to use the system and get over other people would not have that opportunity like a dope rider. Who's living in the middle of bump. Idaho may not have had that opportunity because new york donald the scene for so many years in the late ninety s and early two thousands social media kind of opened the doors for people outside of new york and la to have an opportunity like the internet. Honestly if it wasn't for the internet. I would have had to move to new york to run hip hop dax. But i didn't because the internet so it's like you have to look at it is an instrument is a tool for getting people opportunity that they went ahead before like. We're recording a podcast rebels. Do it remotely because of the internet but once upon a time the internet was ruining journalism. So you've got to kind of roll with the punches. You're always going to get the bed. It's just like hip hop you're going to have wack rappers you're gonna have the bloods and the crips and two live crew and you're gonna have trash it's gonna exist but at the same time you look at the blog era and people talk about all the music the came out. But she wouldn't have had like the kindle mars in the wild as and all those people. If you didn't have the blog era you had to have those tastes makers so some people. It's just an abuse of power ultimate is what it is now a good way to put it. You know. it's not. I was looking at it as like. Do you blame the platforms. You know stephen lack thereof you know people going to print journalism at all people. Just don't read less less people read by the day. i swear. I don't think people read back in the day. really either. it was just it was like okay. Each it alter. I'm a different breed. Newspaper papers grown. It's kind of similar to kevin. Only saying that i'm talking about the logan palm Foyer with the thing right calling really bad and talking about how big boxing used to be boss fucking those only five channels so yes. Eighty-three gonna watch it. 'cause there's only five opportunities to change the channel now there's a million channels million streaming services. Everything's trying to get our attention so it's different you have to change with the times. You can't sit there. And say i wanted to like i would like magazines is still exists. But they don't so. I learned how to use the internet and i learned how to use social media like you have to change with the times and a lot of people refuse to do that. And that's why motherfuckers become dinosaurs and just get phase the fuck out. You have to learn. See now i gotta downhill download clubhouse. No you don't know time. No you don't need over verse rap pat clubhouse for the wrestling paper right and we just go on there and talk to family. Come in and listen how yeah. It's kind of like that. Like the jay room was actually incredible Just blaze freeway damn drama. They were all in there. Just telling stories about jay z. And it's kinda like a panel with audio where there's an audience and then there's the the speakers and those are cool but then you have rooms like the mon room which i've heard about which is just faking orgasms. Who fucking wants to listen to that. But apparently some people do some people want that so trump was on it the other day. I was like what wouldn't be surprised. What use do you want out of town of trump as non visual do everything is about access to like. Twitter is about supporting the degrees of separation between you and your favorite celebrity artists entertainer would whatever right before there was no way outside of seeing something a big interview on sixty minutes or mtv to be able to speak or at somebody now if somebody follows you on twitter admin people. I know johnson because he follows me on twitter. No the you don't with sap follow you. Yeah he does. But i don't know john this i've but i don't know any of them like just because i asked somebody on twitter. They don't know me but this is the new era that we live in. Its access is people wanting to feel like they know somebody. It's different now so clubhouses access club. I was like man. i listen. i was in that. Jay z room. And now you feel privileged because you listen just plays talk and before it was a lot more difficult to hear. Just plays dj drama talk about old. Jay z silence. What mike will made in all these other guys. It's different now different. You can at dame dash and he might respond to you before. There was a way to get today interesting. Got check out this clubhouse. I still say verse ratpac. Clubhouse would be fun. Just invite wrestlers in to watch the their watching the show shit. Yeah that might be the way to go talking about wrestling. That's what we're here for. So let's take a quick break when we come back. We gotta talk impact in asia. W on the other side of this. You gotta stay right there. Don't go anywhere we'll be right back all right. 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I'm still not sold that it's the thing that work in the long term but in the short term is seemed to boosted the views for both shows. So that's always a plus kenny omega. Seems like a big time which you know you have a name your best ballot machine. We know his stuff from japan but that does even mean all the hard core e w fans know his stuff from japan she is yes they do. How do they not. I know some. i mean not. Everyone gets new japan worlds. But you don't have to but if you watch a w and you became a hardcore w. fan is because of the being in the elite and kenny omega yet but you can have followed the bucks to our wage. Could there's other avenues and you could have heard of omega and watch a few matches on youtube there. you go. But that's not like knowing his new japan career. You know like they don't know like original. Sweeper kenny omega. I'm just saying like they know his work. They know his best work. Because it was inescapable. If you're pro wrestling fan you know who the hell kenny omega is. And you know those academy matches. Oyo carter matches. I feel like you looked up. Least glancing at but that still doesn't equal huge homegrown could have been. You waited too long to capitalize on the momentum. You know. I don't think so. I think you're not i don't think so. I think this is proving. They haven't right like as soon as you put the belt on him. The guy is who he is. I see a couple of gripes online with and we can talk about it now. Going over to impact and kind of reforming the bullet club over there and people are saying you're going back to something else five years ago. You're relying on a crutch that shouldn't be a crutch house a crutch. I don't even understand this. Do these people say the same thing with dx forums. Exactly again dear to form again tomorrow. And i'd be like all right. I gotta like it like the stick isn't played out to me. It's not even like it's not even like the me the clubs to be on every week. They're doing this for one match. Eddie impact the motor city machine guns and wide versus kenny omega gallison anderson right in the good brothers the reforming it in theory. It's like i don't understand why people get upset about this. It's just like you really wanna find something to dislike. Yes five years ago but they were also one of the hottest factions in pro wrestling period. And if reunite are you going to act like they didn't exist exact. Like i didn't mind i know a lot of people didn't like it this kind of one. I tuned out of wwf But when n w a reformed after wcw is taking over and stuff. I didn't mind that horrible. No that's who they were at that point even if it was in. Wwe at that point but the problem was they botched it. The wbz blew. It wasn't like people weren't into it. It was what they realize. Is that so much time had passed. Kevin nash was on a pair blown out knees. Scott hall was not the same guy he wants. Words and obviously hogan had the rock match. But there wasn't that level of intimidation that the n. w. o. Had they would just became part of the ecosystem of w whereas. wwe you're never gonna push them above. Wwe may town exactly. And we saw that even wrestlemainia when they came out was stinging the who wants to relate still one like. That's just what it is. But i think the book clubs just a completely different entity because a w and tna core impact don't necessarily have. They're not trying to prove like we're better than them. So we're going to squash the things that they create. That's not what they're doing. They're actually building a bridge between two audiences and impact probably is getting more of a rub than he. W but at the same time to see kenny omega be called the best bout machine. He gets to prove by wrestling other promotions. Like just did triple mania like when you get to see him do all. These things is okay. I remember who this guy is now. Because for the past year by kenny omega up said i keep saying the pockets. Just be patient. It's going to happen in our. He's a fucking he'll which makes it even better now. I agree i mean. This is good for kenny omega. Now in the long run we'll see who benefits. We'll see if they're spreading him too thin not see. I don't. I don't see how that could be a pro like that to me. It's a problem if too much of his story. Line is based in impact. Point where i have to watch impact every week to know what the going on with an awa champion. I don't have to watch triple a. to know what the hell kenny omega is doing. I know he's champion. And i can tune in to the big pay per views to see really good dream matches you. You'd have to be concerned with something that they show me something to be concerned with before i get concerned about it and they haven't done that. I'm not saying that they've done that. I'm just saying that is something that could be concerning. I don't think they're going that way. Yeah i can't even like came into dress that like with the w the reason why we rail sahar the w because they've shown us the same thing they've shown that they ruin things so when we see ricochet come up we go as probably is gonna work. He'll have a month running. It'll be over and that's usually what happens. The track record is there we. This is kind of new territory for impact in aew. So we'll play it as it goes. But i honestly don't think they're gonna just abusing. Have kenny omega like on impact and appearing every week just working too hard kill pay per view and then after that maybe they do a swab versus the mega match. But maybe not. Because you don't want to hurt swan in the process. Yeah they might just switch over to different tally opportunities there but people that are upset about this. Now it's like chill out man just like you just don't like people like things relax exactly like little bit at a time like omega can do this one and then maybe moxley comes back and he does his semi callahan program. Were that's your mix over and then after that's done you have the young bucks go over for mixed program but not too much talent at one time and i think that's what we saw between our way to new japan where the bucks never got played out. Being in both know had that partnership was like you have to remember a w initially because he couldn't strike a deal. There was going to be a partnership with eighty w new japan but they couldn't figure out the particular. It was mainly on new japan. Because japan said that they're very guarded with their booking and they can't allow another promotion to book something differently in effect how they book their shows. That was the only issue between aew new japan with their talent. Share like our wage was like whatever you guys do which is going to roll with aws. Where weekly television. We can't necessarily do that. And that's why they deal didn't work out but when are wage new. Japan worked it worked. It was just good stuff. P we have people who are in the midst of that so maybe they know how to pull it off between them in impact Again though you have to make sure your people stay strong and that takes us to this episode of awa dynamite. And the first thing i want to talk about is the major women's angle thunder rosa versus brit baker. I liked the way. It's going thunder rosa. Probably the best entering person they have and they don't have her but she's constantly there so i'm counting it right. She's amazing in ring. I think bread bakers. This is the person really show off the growth baker this past year. We've seen the growth like on mike crushing. When she was injured came back looked pretty good in a couple of matches. There's no one there to really let her open up in see how good she is entered thunder. The problem is is that again. You're making a different companies title. Look way better than yours. Aws problem is they don't know how to book their own title. So give it to break at this point shotgun it. I don't care you find a way to get her to that title match a sap and then you put the belt on her and least have her and thunder rosa beach emphasis champ. Yeah it's it's. Aws women division just continues to be a problem like she'd comes back next week but she's been scared of abalon weird they just haven't done really good storytelling with women. That's this is the reason why they need talent share because they don't have enough to make it interesting but when you share you can't have the other talent just shit on your talent right off. Sooner or later you have to make your talent look strong as well. there has to be an exchange. There's never like you can't just put everybody over from a w over the pa for nwa or or impact whoever there's gotta to be an exchange Eagles come into play. That's kind the way it is like. Vince would never let any though anybody. Pin his champion just is going to be. I don't know of. Aws going to be okay. I mean maybe they will having bird. Baker loses thunder rosa. Maybe thunder rosa ends up with a. W i don't know but that women's division just has a huge glaring problem and they need. Nwa to help them out. Now that's fair. I mean and like the way that feud is being built though. I think this backstage promos is really good this week. I liked everything about it. Except it doesn't boost the title for a w in any way. No i mean she does got it. So doesn't matter the winner. This better be hurt. Something the winner. This is the best. Women's tally in the company. Sure and it might amount to nothing in terms of standing in that company right like wins and losses matter but your best to people in the company right now. women will not be any closer to getting a title. Did they got. They really have some stuff to figure out whether women visit. That's their biggest mo. The biggest weakness by far is their women's division no agreed so that's a little weird there Mj had cool segment this week. But that's every week. Yeah he doesn't he doesn't stop having cool segments Look good injury. Yeah the how many people were that got day match twelve. Yeah i was gonna say like six on each side and the being you know it was. It was fine. Tough light look great. and jeff getting the pin. You know this break-up is going to happen but win an mdf smarmy enough to continue to be like douchebag but like still stroke their egos in some ways like the whole segment with the interview segment when he was like. I wish guys who stopped telling me on better than chris. Jericho to stop was so on par with jeff. Because nobody's saying that. I'm jeff saying so i where they're going. I'm still interested in. They haven't tired me out on this yet. My only issue continues to be. Lax yeah free lax. They're just pawns in this and they had some good spots in this map he looked great. I'm they continue to look great. But again i feel like their time is coming and it'll be sooner than later. That will see. Well yes in twenty twenty. One elliott finally get the the reins pulled off of them. And they'll take off and do what they gotta do. Got separate from inner circle. Yeah feel like that's coming slowly. But surely miro i still don't get i feel like we're working towards miro about to break out. I feel like he's growing. He'll beard in nicely though. So that gives me some hope. I really enjoyed the promo this week. His whole body humbug. It's my birthday. Shit his gear like he tries to dress fresh. And it's fucking hilarious when he separates from kip sabian. I think this is another thing because they have one show that a lot of talent when he separates kip sabian heels. Probably finally get his run. I don't know who is run. Ob against but he's gonna get his run. And i think this is the only way to keep him on television with something to do. Even those the shitty thing to do. I think the whole ship kip sabian. Penelope ford thing is dumped to begin with. But as long as he's there he's he think about him and when he cuts those silly promos we think about very curious how they handle them next week With the whole wedding thing and how the because then he'll no longer be the best man they're putting an end to this year the blow off his coming so yes so. I'm mentioned to see where he's going but it's like it's clear that mural is going to be i think he's gonna get hands on the title soon now. I don't want to soon in the next year. He'll have one of the tnt or they w championship ooh yeah. I'd say hopefully the tnt. I think it'll be tnc. Yeah no need to go to create like he could be dominant guy for that title for a second and then build it up. I mean you look at the potential matches like lance archer like you look at him and pocket actually be a fantastic match. Their him oxen moxley. They had great chemistry and wd exactly there are so many things you can do mural just needed to get them on tv and they found a stupid way to do it but he's here and he's really good and there's nothing you can do to stop. How good he is except saddled with a stupid gimmick but about the best man should awful. So i think in the next twenty twenty one is going to be stronger for murals. Long stays healthy and doesn't get hurt. I think that's all wild stat other day. That said the only non wwe champion so far has been darby allin in terms of like those major titles. How's that can't be right. Can let's see non tag titles. Will yell tactile totally held. Yes so but well. Let's see you talking about the titleholders because there was only what jericho moxley and now it's okay so yeah there's just wasn't lying cody. Yeah and darby. So kenny omega. John w no. I guess kenny's the latest. Maybe he didn't win it. By that time i saw the tnt was just cody. And that's it and darby and brodie lee for hot second. Oh yeah brodie lee also. Wwe talent but it makes sense. But it's also weird when you mentioned guys like brodie lee. who wasn't really utilized the way it should have been. Wef's really like harley. Yeah nobody's going on brodie. He's just some weird internet stuff. Like i don't know tony kahn's answer to like as brody alright seemed a lot in the presser like week ago or so. Yeah whatever it is. I hope he's okay. I hope it's not that ronan wishes to him. Yes yeah but other than that when people say that about like talent when you only had like five or six data holders and then you have kenny omega darby. Allin this already. A third of them are eliminated. Don't use this death mostly w we understand how. I don't feel like that which is odd. But it's you know it's only a year. And i liked the non hot potato title which is look man. There are some people who are die hard. Ww people that will hate anything. That's w there are also people who are diehard. Aws you will hate every anything wwe. Look man i'm just in the middle. I just know. Wwe does dumb shit. A w they're still relatively new still fuck up and we'll call them what we'll call them out when they do other than that. Get mad about shit like this and like posting. Nice stupid stats on twitter. Just fucking enjoy thanks to cut it out. It's ridiculous now there's plenty of stuff to enjoy Next one big soul serena serenity move on in the tournament. I'm not sure how feel about this women's tag team title tournament. Yeah i don't know either Again one show you trying to get more women on television that was a critique right that people had a month ago and fans were in uproar like feature the women's division or an. I get you know there was a time when deals one women's match every three weeks or something so they listened and they said how do we put more women on tv. Oh tag tournament. I don't know if it's really hitting like that. We'll see here's tony kahn. Aew need to realize you don't need to listen everybody because they're never going to be happy so people people say not enough women on tv. They're probably like w super fans and he w so once they do it then they're gonna go But nobody cares about. It can't satisfy everybody. And when you try to you end up in a situation where you're focusing on women's tag division. Will you really need to focus on just your women's division. You can't listen to everybody. 'cause like with they're realizing is diversity and inclusion is a lot more difficult in play than it is in practice. They're having a hard time balancing all these things and it's fair but just out man you're gonna listen everybody fucking at all I like big swells the cloverleaf. You'll i dislike red. Velvet chair shot on. That is also true red velvet. I'm very curious about as you know. What is she going to be like. Swo- we've seen her work And the cloverleaf. Has a power move is is much better like dirty dancing at the end. Yes i it's it's very reminiscent of I'm trying to think like now. Say jericho when he steps over with the lion tamer trying to think somebody has a move where it's gets accelerated when they do something else. Ns well when when she beggars like that's a good visual and she strong in works at dirty dances. Shit just doesn't always hit right and the people don't actually take the bump the right way but this this one worker. No i agree. It's better than even when charlotte extends into the figure. I never understood what the figure eight did like going up on your hands. I was like. I guess it increases pressure never looked to like superimposing to me. This looks like vicious at the end. So i like that. You're the chair. Shot leaves a lot to be a lot to be worked on then. We have the claimed. I liked acclaimed previous weeks right. I was like oh these have something. I'm not sure they're freestyle. This week was very corny. Yeah i think it's meant to be that way. Oh it's hit or miss though you can't you can't freestyle and crush it every week. Not even seen a crushed every no even though senior did crushed a lot. Not every the only thing about the acclaimed is i like the team. But i feel like they're getting this tile opportunity really soon which in a way could work for them because it can show that they can play just like top-flight did with the young bucks but on the other side of it is like you guys are. There's a lot of teams being involved in this tag division trying and not. I don't think enough people watch awa dark. So it's like they really need a second show but then they don't need a section second show. Because i feel like they need to focus on the first show i. I liked the acclaimed. But i'm like paying this better. Be really good. Match really shows the acclaimed or made of otherwise if the own bug is bouncing out of there then who cares. No i agree on that one Eddie kingston pretty good promo always a good thing. A lot of enemies i got. Oh fantastic. he's an unbelievable promo. He's excellent. he's going to be a fantastic manager one day if he could just keep the damn tim's fitted on i would be fine. Yeah russell in that something kid that single it is horrible whatever the fuck the mint julep green was is like the worship i've ever seen. The bird wasn't great. So we have that. That's you know. Keep going on somehow. Let's archer third wheel in the feud don't know where this goes but it makes me think of it. We're gonna talk archer match. Okay maybe i do eat. Is that better than puck kingston. I don't know i. I don't know where this all ends up. I'm intrigued but it's like lance archer was is weird because he just kinda turned baby for no reason and then it's like where did jay go in the j. comes down with all these scathing promos over the past few weeks and now it's like i dunno. I dunno did stuff in that now of a sudden. He's alive on the other side. They don't always do with archer. What my feeling. No i agree with that. I mean he. Just kind of randomly showed up Hardy and private party so weird thing. Hangman page in the dark orders. Weird way heyman page in the dark world is actually fun because really i mean john. Silver's excellent john silver's funny right but like amd page going into this angle is taking like three steps back. This was just a punks friends. Name who cochabamba cochabamba. This was just his angle three months ago. it was not a good angle for no for page. Who was on the cost. What this character see. I think so different. Like cochabamba was like him forcing himself into the dark gordon. Trying to find something to do on tv whereas pays like we don't know if he's actually down with dark dark order really trying to recruit him. I thought this match this week was actually kinda fun. Because again i think john silver's like a million bucks he's amazing. I'm more concerned with like the matt. Hardy party thing like if everyone. Anybody remembers wrestling with stereotypes. Private party talked about how much they love the hardy boys so this is like a dream. Come true for them in a way to be working with that. I think it's a way to turn matt. He'll i think that's where we're going with this. I don't know if that's good though. Like i don't know if any of this is going to turn out good private parties in a weird spot. Top-flight came in some other tag teams came in and now feels like they're lost in the shuffle. Like i said they got a lot of shit going on and try to pack into a two hour show. Yeah they're trying to keep them on tv with this but it's still like i don't know it has to go somewhere it just can't be buying time for the sake of buying and then we have team. Was there about it. Looked like you know trying to get on. Cody rhodes who actually had a good match. You start there. Cody rose match. I liked it and jellicoe. Who i've never been a big end jellicoe guy or the tag team i see. I guess what other people see leagues garage. Yeah i just navy sent me a bunch of shit of him jumping off of stuff underground as wildly impressive so maybe singles and jogos cool. I still don't know his personality. No i don't know his character. They haven't given me any depth. But i like this match. Cody biding the rope. Was funny here. I really like that. Spot cody somehow. No selling the leg at the end. Those weird it was working mistake. And he's a veteran. Yeah like Did you not just remember that you were hobbled like two seconds ago but anyway team has. We'll hubs looks good. I don't know where they go with that though. Yeah i don't know where they're going either. And i don't even really wanna speculate. Steam comes out at the end Darby's in the the crowd. I don't know where this leads to darby's stinging sting right like he's in the crowd looking ominously down at staying points the bat i don't know what the stinging cody thing is. I don't know either. I do know that brand is gonna stop wrestling for a while she is. There's a baby roads on the way. Thank goodness congratulations. But shit grads to them. Yes but i. I just don't need. I don't need any more nightmare. Collect i mean that's cns wasn't gonna say the whole dustin thing with the dark orders. That's the one i'm like. Oh come on doing the show with pays now. He's arrested next week. For what like what are we doing. Whatever's going on with brody lease the reason why these things are happening with the dark order. Because i guess they're hoping he comes back but without him they've created faxon they still trying to keep them relevant so they're just going to be involved in angles and through a john silver's emerge. Maybe he ends up being the leader dark order. I don't know maybe. I mean i don't know what you do until brody comes back i don't just try and shit right now. Yeah and somehow and does do nothing like didn't they start it like. Why couldn't they just go back to be. It always felt weird for them. It was only. I came in atlanta with the impact of a wet fart. The she didn't work it didn't work when he closed lies tournament. We were all confused. I was like oh. That's super smash bros. Most people like fuck that and they had this weird guys all around the duck orders. Just been a thing that they continue to try and it seemed like they were on a decent path of brody but now that he's not there anymore. I don't know where this ends up. But back to my original thing brandy and cody. Pregnant in brandy will not be wrestling. I don't know this does for like j. cargill's character out that weird promo. The other week shack was strange shack there on the sixth. Yeah i don't know commentary. I don't know what they're doing with any of this. Would you have to wait and see. I don't know snoop on commentary shack on commentary. Listen they're making a push for the casuals like there. Sh- they're trying. They almost crack mil. Maybe so raw pulled one point five. They're are far which is crazy. Yeah that's really doubt. You'll vince built annex t and put him on television to kill awa or awa doing now is threatening raw. That's crazy yeah. I i think roz more killing itself than aws pillaging. No i mean roy is killing itself. But that's what i'm saying if you if this didn't try to counter program so hard. This might not have happened the way that is happening. Like if you would've focused on the things that you had with annex t and let it bill like it didn't need competitor. It didn't you gave it. Basically you gave a w the attention by creating the wednesday night wars. You gave them extra attention. And i guarantee you since the inception eight w that people were like who the fuck is w well. I guess they're going up against t-. I guess i'll watch awa. And now they're converting wbz fans in the process. Maybe i mean. Yeah w w is losing fans. Maybe they'll be leaving going some. I mean again like you try to kill something that was enough start and it's shining the they played this all wrong. They really did but what they would pay a fine if they just kept their promise from two years ago denver to the day where they said you are the authority. We're gonna do the fans want they did it for one wrestlemainia season. I get the hell out of here to do last year. We're putting the belt on bill goldberg. We're doing like what they don't care. Oberg probably coming again this year unless the rock signs really because i just saw big e paul anka promo that says maybe big. You should be your guy in. That's about that. Paul heyman segment. That was good. That was all talk. Bill goldberg coming. Back for roman reigns loot for all that i've heard on the dirt cheap and you can't really trust these things. I don't think they really have a clue what they're doing. A wrestlemainia yet so leaving all the options on the table. I think i would say that option as absolutely the rock like by far but they have to consider like if he doesn't do it is it. Is it. Goldberg is a biggie. Is it somebody else is true. Yeah it could be anybody. Because so i think they're just keeping all their options on the table. All right hopefully fingers crossed and then we see at the end of dynamite. Joey nulla versus kenny. This mattress cool yeah. It wasn't their first match. But it was cou and in the end Sonny kiss with a nice little assist to and then next week it leads to us getting rape phoenix versus kenny omega. For the time issue with this is what the determining him into the best ballot machine again. Because there's no way that matches going gonna suck. Oh hell they're gonna tear it down. So this is what they're doing like they have. They have finally said all right. It's time and kenya. He'll kenny omega is about to be the best bout machine all over again with. He'll a hint of here with don callous around. So we're about to get some amazing matches and we're going to get some bullshit as well to keep the title on. I'm perfectly fine with that. Yeah that's one. How void crows out. The you know just the year for aid w and again you don't have to be great throughout. It's very hard to do that. You know two hours worth on a weekly television show. Some matches gonna stink. Some angles aren't gonna hit if you're dynamite at the top you're fine. one kenny. Omega is your top and you have an interesting angle with him. Not only is he. The best machine which i think they're setting up but in going back and forth is an interesting angle to hug people in because kenny. No one knew what his personality would be when he translated m. being a heel helps now forcing him into face role having this back and forth. He's an asshole. you lena. Some bullet club stuff. You're doing enough to give them enough character. That is entering. It's gonna take in rings gonna take it to the next level and I don't know that this is the time where. Wwe dropping main roster wise. Where if you're gonna make a push is will push to make. Beer definitely agree so not mad at that. We'll see how plays out. We're gonna take our last break when we come back. We're going to touch on annex t really quick because we'll have more of that later instead we're going to spend most of the second segment talking about wwe tlc pay-per-view. No you're looking forward to so you stay right there. We'll be right back. We'll get right back to the show in a second but first the wait is finally over. Football is back. You might not be able to be at a game this year but you can still be in on the action at bet. Online better line is going to extra mile to make sure you can get in on every possible chance to win. This season from game spreads totals to teams player and coaching props. Bet online gives you more options to wager than anywhere else you can get in on their season opening bonuses today and start off wagering a wins divisions and championship futures all day everyday head a bit online today and take advantage of all the great sign up bonuses. Don't forget to use code blue wire at bed online dot. Ag that's blue wire. All one word bet online. Your online sportsbook experts all right. We are back for the home stretch. We're talking. wwe we're going to start off with an x t couple confusing things there but some good things just like aws ads. It's obstinate has its downs but all in all a good show. This past week fin ballard's back and surprisingly at the same time carrying across his back but they're not feuding with each other immediately. Smart really threw me off. Because i was like. You didn't lose your title. Idle this being has your title. Why are you messing around with damian. Priests because he's he's going to be involved with the title picture that they just need to reestablish carrying across and in the interim because new year's evil is not a pay per view and obviously fascinating little bit colorado beach p. Done which kind of surprised about actually. And what a match and going to rematch. Although riley in ballard which i figure by the time that's done in what is that three weeks from now we'll be full speed ahead for finn ballot versus carrying cars. It's going to happen. Maybe has mania. Maybe that's what they're doing. I don't know. But i feel like it slows down or you know they slow played bit. Yeah i'm totally fine. Because i think played carrying across too fast. I said that before the elevated him to have them with a few feuds. Let them like him. And damian priests should be great. Swayed them over. I just don't know what's different between this ballard matching other o'reilly match. I guess we'll we'll get to see. Yeah right like there has to be some weird shenanigan or someone gets beat up at the end kyle riley somehow leave undisputed era after this. I don't. I don't know that's why there's intrigue because the match was so good the first time they're going to do it again. And i i don't know i don't mind this rematch. If they said roman reigns in drew mcintyre we're gonna have a rematch cool some matches. I'm totally fine with them. Doing his second time shawn michaels and the undertaker all right. They did the second time we didn't know how could be better than the first but that she was a banger. So we'll see saw. We'll see there's gonna be one hell of a match kyle. Riley is on fire right now carrying across. We have that angle going. It looks like Cheetahs going to challenge johnny gargano. Yeah which we were wondering where that push was building to me didn't seem like a super baby face during the push though. Not that he was a he'll use very vicious. I told you disagree casinos. What we needed baby face conceited. Don't work ultra small. And here's my marty. Mcsorley fly vest and all that shit. That's cool but this angry mean casinos. The one that you need so because she didn't gargano that should be the maximum. I don't know what they do with. Leeann rough been curious about this entire time but i like argh annals little with us in theory kansas in heart hartwell. I think is really fun. Little thing got going on there. But i'm all in on because she diversity gargano. I don't think those who miss him at. Yeah know me. I think that that will be one hell of a match again. Gargano like three. Time and exte- north american champion. It's not like he needs to bill. No so with this little faction odds to overcome for cossiga. Unlike where it goes. They're building a good story around that tag team titles or non existent. So i don't i don't know when they fixed their tag team division and then the women's division i. I don't know what's going on there either. Necessarily you know. I'll just let this be the next two weeks dictate. It looks like ria. Ripley's being i don't wanna say she's being pushed out but she's not involved with the title picture. Her tony storm though. Have the secondary feud where it looks like storm. Probably goes for the title after makes no sense because that's should be ember moon-soo few but i'm just gonna i'm gonna wait. I'm just gonna wait. This is just another weekend. Exte- any clarity. Because we know we're going rebel gonzalez shera. That's seems pretty obvious. But i'll see what we do in the middle of as we get there so we'll we'll see and then we have Main roster time to talk about no need to go through all of smackdown and raw. Because for what. I barely watch raw. Watch it in the background. So let's go down. The announced matches so far for the tlc pay per view. We have the new day versus the hurt business. I hope they don't cedric out. I hope they don't. This is such a weird thing so premature sedgwick's finding his personality as a heel and it's working and him in the hurt business doing but like them teasing like he's going to get kicked out his dumb because then what do you do with them. He's just catch fire with this. Let it work itself out. So i like this match. I the new day could lose the titles. And i'll be like all right because says it's doing some really good work fine with it so i actually hope cedric. Yeah it's like. I don't know this just the kind of alluding to the business. Not being happy with how his acting. I think is silly. It's too soon for that. And i like the idea of Lashley versus Almost call them hardy but the ultimate brew or. I'm sorry there's no matter almost called them. Excuse me just for now matter. It over is bobby lashley. I like that. Few hardy being in the middle of it all right whatever but i like to few and i think it could result in a good man. I agree so i like where they're going with that. One we have sasha banks versus carmelo. This carmella carmella was revamped. But there's no way she just takes the bell off no no but an asset. This is marie all over again and even marine lana but carmelo's actually better wrestler than both of them. The problem is is like this whole and she's doing what here's well say. Carmel is doing the best. she can. With a gimmick this she has because. It's a rehash of an older gimmick. She's trying to make it work. So i can appreciate that aspect of it but hot shutting her into the title picture in mexico. He's going to lose. I don't know what that really does for her. There's only one way to go. You say that is damn yes like man. I don't know she's not her is not developed enough for it no. It's not ready silly. Yeah she didn't hit the earth. Like roman reigns coming back. No and it's just like they did the match on smackdown with she hits sasha with the bottle and it's just like i don't know how i wanted it a few with somebody else i lease sashaying lose. No i'm more interested in the bailey. Few over bianca's hilarious. That feud intrigues me. More and beyond band be. It's going to be hard for them to keep from this title. O mania listen. Sasha deserves a clean mania. Finish and win and like a moment. But's it's going to be hard to have that. They should be they just kinda book themselves into a weird corner again. They put bianca on smackdown and sauces the champ. And sasha's never winning clean mania and this'll be the time to do it but do you go. Sasha versus bianco which in in blackness is fucking excellent. But it's like well. How do you play this. Because my only issue is if bianca loses all i can think about is he can't get over the hill yet because you couldn't be chena like she just never could beat her and it can't be saucer. I don't know but maybe they do. Keep out the title picture. I think it's just going to be really hard because you look at her. And you're like cheese just to fuck and good but we shall see. And then we have. Nyah jax shayna beza verses oscar and to be determined hook. Why why are we doing this. I don't know may i ask is the champ. Yeah so why asking shayna should be. Yes and neither should be feuding with the seating with. I don't know give. She should be feuding with her preventing other people from getting injured. That's what she should be a. He has no. I guess launer right. Sure is lana really injured. I work right has oh see i don't know about. I don't. I don't know when you tables every week at i be sure the i don't i don't understand it. Maybe lana comes out. And she's the to determine. Don't care. I think listen again. Dirty dirty deeds. Speculation is that this is the way you get charlotte back knows. Thanks kickstarts a feud between oscar charlotte. Which will later be for the to know. Thank you no. Thank you as a man. I don't know. I feel like as i read it and i was like i would have put him back. I wouldn't put it past them either but they just seem really weird because didn't ask. Was she the one that put charlotte out. Yeah guess somehow come and get beef. Charlie be your partner. S dom cost oscar. The win they beef. Yeah hard past like some. Wwe and then we have the fiend vs randy orton. I will say this is a firefly inferno. matt. I will say this. Oh set them on fire. I think they've actually handled this well. I've actually enjoyed this The fiend like the way he tries outsmart them and then just gets done in every single time. I think we'll done these. Are the fuse that the fee needs to keep him out of the title picture but keep him interesting and randy orton. I mean yeah you should go from randy But yeah. I've liked this. A firefighter funhouse segments. Have been really good Suffered alexa bliss. Like this is the way the fiends should have always been handled. Slow play him to the title and heaven. Beat people like randy orton. So i think he has to win. Obviously i think you could damn near drag this out to mania thanks to long is december Yemen that's that's four months it's not that is long for them. They'll run out of tricks. No 'cause you do this and then you actually have or in. Feed wins weren't goes back or uses bliss to beat the fiend. Because obviously she like you know the weak spot for the fiend. And then it's like okay. They're one in one that's get them to one and then the fiend does some cinematic. No i'm okay in which royal rumble doesn't count would just be extended inside road. Yeah no thank you. that's too long. They can do for another pay per view they can actually have a match at the royal rumble to blow it off but it has to be blown off. We'll be in the rumble. Though they're not going to have a one on one which means they'll blow it off the paper view after. Which is the paper. No no this'll end by royal rumble. There's no reason this should to mania. You're being estimate. No you underestimate then. We have roman reigns vs drew. Mcintyre vs style should be really good match. I saw thanks guys named ominous almost who the giant. Yeah be- black. That's his name with a turtleneck. He's bringing turtlenecks next back long as nick. Anyway eight is the hauser's drew. Mac is going to be a great matt. 'cause his aj stop yes. Andrew mcintyre and heathrow in the stipulations. Tlc's yet it'll be a damn good drew's obviously going to win. But i think everything. This is the right match for drew to have never been in mash was. Aj styles pointed out. Aj's thousand obviously has been in the ladder matches. And i think this'll be pretty physical Just tell me when shame is turning drew because can we just get there now please. Because i don't know what this same as baby face stuff is so strange to me. The one thing. I've really don't like about this. View has nothing to do with drouin. Aj it's the mrs involvement. I hate it because like he better cash in had this pay per view if he's going to cash in 'cause if not when does that's that's the question but then it was like collateral damage ended up being keith lee. The last week keith. Lee lost to morrison and miz. Why to keep ms strong to make. It seem like he could be a threat to cash in that that briefcase why it should be my opinion. Keith lee gets damn briquets ks off the ms. And he's the one with the money in the bank briefcase. Now we're cooking but if you re those reports. Vince wants keith. Lee go the performance center and refine his style. Yeah i mean that doesn't necessarily mean that he starts on tv and he doesn't it but what it does mean is that vinci's something wrong yet and i think we can all assume vinci's wrong right. He sings athletic. Big guy who doesn't a noth- like a big guy yes. This was some rich keith. Can it's just. I mean keith walter. Keep in Pwg played the big mineral very well like smaller guys. He does very well. I just house looks great again. Smaller guys it's just vince. Kind of wants and be a monster. All the would vincent what vince does is. He doesn't watch their work previously. Somebody else tells them. This guy's really good wrestler. We should silence. Then they sign them and then they get them vinson gorilla and looks and he's like i'll like it but that's who he is visiting. Nope gotta change them. That's how you fuck wrestlers. And that's what vincent man does like. I you know didn't watch keithly in. Pwg or ring of honor or evolve. He never saw keith lee before nano. He caught a glimpse of him in annex. T i like. This is buddy type. He has both titles giving him now got him and it was like you know what i don't like him showing his belly. No we're going to give him eight million outfits. No i really don't like him do in the flippy shit. Either it's like what's the point. That's who keith lee is. Like the body type and the look. I don't even think you like the body site. I just think he looked at him was like oh. It's a big black guy. what does he do. And you know what. I hear my personal sake. I think the vince looked like he was interested in keithly. The minute of brock leser saw him at the royal rumble and was like ping motherfucker like that. Little segment when keith was coming out not survivor series. Even though everybody remember survivor series last year. And how good keith. Looked against roman reigns but i think when he saw impaired with brock vis got a little boehner. It was like we need that guy but he just if you don't understand his work and you're trying to change who years what made him is his work. I don't get it but him. Losing a ms morrison kind of pissed me off. I was like this is dumb. And i understand like you make him lose a two on one match right. So you're thinking like oh it can't hurt them too much. it's too guys against one. He's collateral damage of stupid. Yeah he's been the pawn into many feud. So yeah it's too much. I don't know they have to fix it. Yeah no. I definitely agree with that. And then Oh who's winning. Oh i guess. He's a drew of course. Just the roman reigns vs kevin owens dick. It's a one off blow off you cao's done what. Ko always does and crushed this four. Build up his great. Gotta stop doing kevin like this man. He's gonna lose. What fuck he was good in his up every but every time. When does kevin really failures and in a few right. Never and then he just goes in anders no-man's-land but like you look at this. He's the perfect foil for roman and come on man this segment. Rome is just been a million bucks is this. He'll but this part. Were kevin owens in the ring calling him out and paul heyman. You're man you call the shots and makes roman reconsider going to the ring to beat the shit out of kevin owens. I loved it. I think this is why paul heyman is there to remind roman like you don't act on emotion you're the chief of the head of the table like you have to remember who you are and paul heyman there to remind him and people keep asking. Why same with roman for this purpose. But there's no way. Kevin owens was this match. But as tlc so kevin's going to do some wild shit. Oh crazy match tonight should be. Yeah definitely shouldn't be easy. So i mean i can't wait to see what comes of it and i think it's a good way to end. The night is going to make roman look really strong. And that's always the key right like they're mixing romans personality and this amazing character with really strong matches out the gate. This is how they should have booked rolling for years people. Gonna there's no barron corbin's in this like people keep arguing me. No this is the right time. Turn him he'll know man. This is late but for me. It's really truly better late than ever because this has been amazing. I don't know how the like again. We w east track record so you feel like at a certain point they're gonna fuck this up and turnabout baby face too soon. But if they don't they just kinda let this thing right out like if he wrestles rocket mania and goes over on rock which he should if that's the plan. There's no reason to do anything. No but if iraq doesn't do it and then like he has to go like he goes over on just about everybody except for big. I don't think anybody would be happy. With big egos loses. I would be upset but listen again. I think it should be ended at mania not starting right but that's one i can probably get over a can to. I think certain people would be really pissed about it but rome has been so good in this role like i can see him like breaking the record for the title rain. Qassim doing all these things as a. He'll stay in hot as long as you give them the right. That's why i kind of hope in a way but missile fucks it up. The kevin always things shouldn't be a one off the sea mentioned end. The few not started. But this is wwe shoehorning things in the paper views exactly and then we get the rumble right after it. So it's like it's hard reset. The i mean he's for a lot of has got to defend against somebody at rumble. Kevin again it might be in a last man standing match somewhere shit like that glosses her. Yeah but what else are you gonna do put his ass in the royal rumble and give them a better. Few like i agree. It's just Just w just doesn't they don't have another direction to pivot to for better or worse right now. He's a baby face and you can always do him versus amazon. You can with revolt reversed roles this. I feel like they're going to book. Sammy's aim versus biggie for. Tlc with that. If you like to going in that they are they could wait until the robot can't take a loss like when he gets into title show he's gonna win. You gotta have him. Yeah so. I don't know if i want sammy to. I don't either this why they may hold that off until royal rumble. But it feels like they're moving in that direction with biggie and say even if he lose the rumble that's cool like this is a good year to bring back that ladder match for the ict agree because you've got a lot of people that really could show out in that different. So yeah. I mean we'll see we'll see how this plays out of the weekend. We want to thank you guys for listening to this show as always we have plenty of content coming up during the holidays you guys usually enjoy we enjoy making it and these year end list. Always go crazy on social media. You're guaranteed a few democrats moments so make sure you guys listen to those shows. In the meantime follow some social media at corner. Pike has underscore on twitter at corner club for life on instagram. You can follow me. Danby him at andres hail on all platforms check out our other show as well wrestling with stereotypes on free shows dot com great interviews. 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31: Cancer Doesn't Discriminate with Brandon Janous

Chrisley Confessions

58:38 min | 2 years ago

31: Cancer Doesn't Discriminate with Brandon Janous

"Good morning everyone. It's tied. And she late with Christly confessions? How are you doing today? Julie doing good. It's a little crazy this week. You know, the kids had their premiere last night s- growing up Christly, which I am so excited about and now everyone's headed out to LA. It is set me. Well, I mean, you know, listen, some of us have to work some of us get to stay at home and eat bond mon-. Yeah. I wish it was. Folks, we are so proud of chasing, savannah. And last night's premiere of growing up, Christly, I hope that you guys liked it and enjoyed it as much as we did at the end of the day. You know, as parents were proud of our children when they step out on their own and they find success. You know, there's been so many well wishes and blessings and people in the country embracing our children and rooting them on. And then you got some of these negative Nancy's out there, you know, who wanna post keep hanging onto your daddy's coat tail well as opposed to whose coat tail should they be hanging on xactly if they were hanging onto the stranger's coat tails in your column freeloaders so listen when I die they're going get everything I have anyway. So I'm quote, my father in law when he told me many years ago when Julian I had bought our first house and did not have the money to renovate the kitchen and her parents gave us ten thousand dollars and hour so humbled by. By that. And he looked at me. And he said son, I'm Dumai giving while I'm living. So I'm knowing where it's going. So all of you haters out there who are counting my money and how much of it matched children. Get let me go ahead and help you with the my at they don't get it all when I'm dead and gone leaving it to the animal shelters. I leave it to strangers. I leaving it to third world countries. I'm all take care of mind. You know, why? Because I'm going to own my mind, and I'm on mind what are on? So for all you nasty negative haters out there, you just heard it from Todd directly. So now, let's go ahead. We have a very special day today. And I'm gonna let Julie do this introduction because I'm so excited to jump into what we're getting ready to jump into. Absolutely. So gosh, it's been probably a month ago or more. I was given faith box as something that they asked me. Would you be willing to have a box? Come to you. As they do. And as we've expressed to you guys about anybody that we partner with that allows you to listen to our podcast for free. And as I have said, I only promote things that I truly believe in. So I got on a call with our podcast people. And then there was also a guy by the name of Brandon Janus, and he is the VP partnerships for fight box. We started talking we talked through you know, what exactly their company was what they do. What the faith box stands for. And then he told me, you know, what you and Todd have been such an inspiration because my wife, and I have been going through the this breast cancer journey, and we just really hit it off. And we had lunch when he was here a couple of weeks ago and went back, and I told tot about our meeting, and I said, you know, everybody has a story. Everybody has something that they're going through and everybody just wants to be heard. And his story just touched my heart. And you know, this this man is saying exactly the same thing that you've been saying for seven years, he's just only a year into it. And Todd said, which is why he needs to be on our podcast people need to hear his story. Just like the need to hear my story. And if it helps one other person because it's not just the women who are going through breast cancer. But it is also the caregivers. It's the spouses, it's the families the children, it's everybody that this horrible disease touches. And so I am so happy that Brandon is going to be taking over for me for the rest of this podcast and hand tied going to discuss our journey and his journey, and I'm so excited to have you here, Brandon? Thank you guys. I am thrilled thrilled drill. Thank you for the invite. This is going to be a ton of fun. Listen brand. And I'm so grateful. You know, Judy was telling me about your story, and your story is really not so different than so. So many millions of other men and women that are going through it. I remember when Julie was diagnosed in March of two thousand twelve I literally had to pull over to shell gas station and throw up because Affeldt like that my whole world was ending. I'm one of these people that I'm all or nothing, and I felt like that. I had always from the time that I met Julie. I felt like that. This was who got had sent to me that this is who I was supposed to be with for the rest of my life. Now, I wanna go ahead and be very clear. Yes, I am a reformed ho I was a ho- before I met Julie. And once I met her, I changed my ways. And you know, the scripture tells you that the believer shall lead the non believer. Well, Julie led me out of horde him. So I think that you know, I knew that I was committed to being with her for the rest of my life. And I felt like that the rest of my life was into our nineties for me to think about losing her at thirty nine was just a fear that I could not take and I literally had. Pull over and throw up and fast forward. You know, we went through the double mastectomy we went through the hysterectomy that was in March January the fifth. I think of a second of the next year. She had a full hysterectomy her cancer was estrogen positive, and we opted for even though she only had cancer in one brass to think it was the left the left breast. We opted to do a double mastectomy because we wanted to live a quality of life without worrying without having that fear, and I love my wife more than her breast, and I truly loved her breast. I just wanna go and tell you. But I loved her because I realized at that moment that my wife was more than her boobs a new that. But I think from a man talking to another man math thing was that. This is a big thing. This is major. So God bless, you know, March the twenty twenty second was our seven year Mark that we are cleared. We're cancer free and April the seventeenth with your wife will be your first year anniversary. Correct. That is correct. Okay. And tell me a little bit about kind of what the process was for you. Yes. Same thing we found out April seventeenth of last year that reflect a lump on April six I'll never forget it that birthday ironic. Same same thought goes through your head. You think well why why us why are why is this happening to us? That was my first thought when we said to me when I said, why is he said, son? Why Naci that's exactly what I was gonna say. My thought then turned really quickly why not us? We have a loving family. We have great insurance, which you don't think about before you get cancer. One hundred percent you understand that Julie had close to a million dollars worth of care. We were blessed Judah did not have to have chemotherapy or radiation. It was called very early. There was no lymph node involvement. She did not have the bracket, gene. And so she had the pathologically that you dream of if you're going to have breast cancer, but she had her double mastectomy, and she had her cosmetic surgery done at the exact same time. And it ended up being right at a million dollars. And I think that we ended up paying what was it twenty eight hundred and something dollars because we had great insurance. Yeah. That's the same with us. It's so ironic, and it's such a God thing, but the year before we didn't we had terrible insurance. And we weren't we weren't prepared as you blessing. There's many of them, and that's the amazing thing and a friend of mine told me this as we were going through this process right in the thick of it. When when things can't get any worse, I have three little ones, and I can't figure out how to fix this. Right. And a friend called me and said, you know, this did not surprise our father. Did not surprise our father. And that to me like, you know, what he's been setting us up for this chapter of our lives for Rachel for thirty years. Thirty seven years right in me with Rachel for the last night. And so that was such an amazing realization to me 'cause I knew that. But for someone else to reach out to me and say this did not surprise father. Right. Like, you know, what we can do this? Okay, guys. 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Rachel, Julie, never wavered. I never saw this woman cry. I never saw her breakdown. I cried the woman at the way home Julius Todd. We're going to get through this my faith grew stronger because when I got on my knees and prayed for Julie. And I said God, please do not take her. I said I'm happier than I've ever been in my life, and I had a lot of sorrow in my life. You know? Prior to Julie. And I said God, please do not take her do not make me have to tell my children that they're not going to have their mother. And I felt God put his hand on my shoulder. And he says take to Johns Hopkins, and I'm we're living in Atlanta Imrie great hospital. And he said take Judy Johns Hopkins, she's going to be fine. But the tests are going to come back positive. And what was it thirty minutes after that prayer? You got the phone call chilly thirty minutes after that prayers. She got a call from northside confirming the Bob see that it was breast cancer. God walked me every step of the way. And you know, I'm not a holy roller. Listen, I love Jesus, but also love to cuss, and I don't believe that Jesus. Keep me out of heaven because I told somebody to F off because God knows that I was doing his work far him by removing ignorance out of my way. So I felt like if I could get her to this point now. Now as a man that this may be a conversation that you're not gonna want to be hearing, Julie as a manual, you're thinking about your wife, you know, you marry this woman when I walked into the Bank and saw the first time it was during the summer, and she had on a yellow dress hints fourth why I wrote the song or wrote the song Shane Stevens. You know that ended up being number eight on the charts with Sarah Evans, but I wrote that song because when I walked into the to the Bank that day, Julie it was in the summertime. She'd been in the sign shown this yellow dress in the best boobs I'd ever seen. And remember, I told him informed saying a lot of by that time, you're attracted to what you see and men are attracted we like booties we like breast, and then if you got a great smile, and you wanna talk low dirty TIMMY every now, and then then I'm your words. I was always easy just never cheap. So that mattered to me, the boobs matter to me, and I'm researching, and I'm googling, and I'm trying to figure out how this is gonna look and going to be aroused after this. And what have you and finally one night? God said to me. You're going to be fine. If you are willing to accept my grace, you are going to be fine. If you are willing to trust me and play shore wife who you love more than anything in the world. If you give her to me, I'm going to give you something. You never knew you could have. And it was those messages that I would get so clearly. And I would say to her you're gonna be fine. You're gonna be fine. Even when I didn't know if she was going to be fine. I would tell her she's gonna be fine. And I think that was a way of self medicating for myself, but also keeping her pumped up. We jump forward all her works done. And folks, I mean square and tell you right now eight nothing wrong with the Tatas. Everything looks good everything. Is there these boobs that Julie has today are gonna outlast mate? So I want you to tell me Brandon kind of where you are in this journey. Yeah. You know, you talked about breaking down and Rachel so strong the first through the diagnosis and through this time. And I remember one night she came downstairs and just broke down verse time she'd broken down, and we hadn't talked a ton about why was it because you're scared to death. Are you scared of cancer? What is this thing that's causing you to break down because it could be any of them. No wrong answer. Right. And she said, I'm so upset that I'm gonna lose my hair because because that was Julie Macklin our son loves playing with hair wasn't because of what how she was going to look that didn't bother her. She actually had the cutest little bald head I've ever seen you tell you that right now when you marry someone you don't think are you going to be cute bald. She looks adorable and she's rocking shorthair now. But the first time she broke down with thinking Macklin can't play with my hair that was the first time she'd law, and it goes to show that we as humans. It's the smell. It's the simple things of life. It's the little things that matter, and you know, what cancer if you're on Fifth Avenue or if you are in Beverly Hills or urine the greatest neighborhood in Dallas are in Nashville money cancer, does not discriminate it doesn't discriminate illness doesn't discriminate asset that in sickness is. When we all become wine. Whether we're black quite where Muslim we're Christian. You know, regardless of what it is. We're all equal when we're getting ready to meet our maker, no doubt about it. And we were equal when he sent us here. But we took our ignorance and twisted that around, but Judas biggest thing was losing her hair that was odd because I said to myself, unlike okay, I can lose my boobs, but I can't lose my in my hair. You know, it was almost like I had this like ongoing battle of please. I was trying to negotiate you know, and I can remember when I woke up from my double mastectomy. My first question was is there involvement because I knew if there was no involvement that that was going. Knew it was going to when said, no there was no, you know, I was relieved because you know, it takes it takes on. And and you know, again, I I wanna hear what Rachel, you know, felt the thing that was really important us from the beginning is including our kids and everything because we have a at the time six year old a five year old and a three year old little boy, two girls and a three year old little boy. And we didn't want them to be scared of mommy's port. We didn't want it to be scared of mommy being bald. We didn't want to be scared of money being sick. And so we wanted to include them in everything to the point where we even set up. And I think I told you this. Julia we set up Rachel salon and had a head shaving party, my kids, did it, you know, kids took care of that. And it was really neat moment for them to be able to take part in it. Because it's it's it's everybody cancer doesn't affect the woman cancer affects the entire family. That's right. And everyone that loves her every EV exactly everybody, and I'll tell you what you don't know your love till you get cancer. Absolutely. You do not know how love you are or how deeply you love. If someone to great way to look at him to arm for wrapped around us prayers like you wouldn't believe and again, maybe that's why I was at such peace. We had an army of people right praying for us with us around us, and it was a beautiful beautiful thing. But back to including the family, including the kids don't make it weird. Because like you said, it doesn't discriminate, you know. And this is something that we're gonna go through together. And we can't hide it and our kids accepted the fact of it. It was not easy some days. But they were you know, they were there. We included them in everything that we did we talked about each appointment when we came home. They wanted to know what was going on. Now. My daughter Cooper has no filter Cooper could be Matt congestive. She said sh when when mommy was showing her porch. She said I need you to cover that up when mommy would come down bald. I need you to cover that up. So Cooper was the one that would keep us in check and make sure Rachel was looking fine going out and public other to or accepting and loving Cooper as well. But she has no filter, and obviously can't handle anything that looks a little bit different. But we are thankful for each and every one of them and how they raised the. Ernie because we were in this together. And so for it's been a year. Like, you said April seventeenth was our diagnosis April seventeenth last year for coming on a year, eight rounds of chemo double mastectomy thirty six rounds of radiation. That's a lot hysterectomy being proactive. She's a different person right now. She feels different she looks different. And I remember her laying in bed just the other night saying, I don't know if I'm ever gonna feel normal again. And I said Rachel it's going to be a new nor new normal. I said we're gonna love the new normal like, you wouldn't believe in, you know, and and it's been it's been a hard hard journey and she won't look the same sh-, her hair's different. She doesn't have right now. We have reconstruction and month right month and a half. So that's exciting. So we're going to get that done. And that's that's fun for her. But it's still not going to be not saying I'm gonna. You know, Julie always had great boobs. And she's got great bibs. Now. I mean, her work is amazing say what they can do today is amazing. I mean, what these doctors and what science has done and where we are with breast cancer. And there's so many things out there that can help women today that it's amazing, and I don't want to turn this conversation. What can we do and make it about men? But if you're in love with a woman, and you love her more than anything in the world, then it has to be about the man too. Well, and they don't write books about this. Now, I know they don't write books about during you don't get a book how to raise a child. You don't get a book how to deal with illness and day, and all that all you do is you get through it. That's learn because you have to get to the other side. There's no blue book. No. And I remember feeling so by myself. No matter how many people and I love that. You said that you had so many people that wrap their arms around you. But you didn't feel that. And I'm gonna call BS when you say that you did because you me tell you what you were thinking Brandon, it ain't shoot. It's going to have to go home. When you go home. You're going home to your loved when I bury mine. So regardless of how great your army was they could not take that pain in that fear away from you that sat there every day twenty four hours a day. And you're looking at these small children, you're thinking I'm going to have to do this alone. And that thought crawl sure my goodness. And you know, I remember 'cause I've always been a very sexual person. Like, I said, I'm a reform time. I was like will my sex life be the same, you know? And then I got to the point where I was like, I don't even care as long as I have her as long as I get to go to bed with her every night and tell her that I love her and I get to wake up with her and say good morning. I love you as long as I. Have that as long as my kids don't ever have to bury their mother, you know, I know we all have to do it at times. But let it be when our kids we've watched them we've walked down the aisle. Let it be. We've watched them have children we've helped him get through the tough parts of their life. When a woman has a double mastectomy, and she has to go through the chemo, and she has to lose her hair. And she has to go to a hysterectomy. The first thought that comes to her mind is not I can't wait to get back in bed with my husband. And you know, that was the thing for Jillian. I I kept thinking when is the time. When is it supposed to be right for me to kind of make my move. When is it going to be acceptable? Inappropriate for her unit. Took us a while. It took us a while to get to that point. But I mean, how has that affected your life? Sure. Yeah. Well throughout chemo. She didn't want to be touched. Right because it felt weird. And she didn't want any intimacy at all she's in survive. Right. And then the surgery so she couldn't be touched then. Right. And then his. Rectum says she couldn't be touched then. Right. And so we're just coming out of that stage. She still wanted to me. I don't know who it is at this point. Do you bathe every? But but I haven't taken offense to it at all. But as men you have needs, and it's not like I'm going to look somewhere else. That's not happening. And I love her just as much, you know, more rushing her go through that than I ever have. I say that my love for Julie. My dad used to say that he loves her so much drinker bathwater and tell you that the love that I have for her today doesn't even compare to what I had when I met her. That's the truth. You know, I think the hard thing for me. And I know you can probably relate to this in any man out there that's going through this is we're fixers. This is one thing I could not fix. There's nothing about your helpless. Your hill makes you helpless. Yup. Now, I had to learn how to be mom, which is not an easy job. Right. That was a very difficult job. And you make appreciate your wind percents even more because there were days where she didn't want to get out of bed. Right. And and and I had to get out of bed, and I had to learn to be okay with it. Because I'm encourage her. I want to give her up, and let's go, and let's do this. But that's about as knowing it could get when you're going through this. Right. So I really had to learn to let her be right. Let her be what whatever it was that day. I never knew what it was going to be which was very difficult. So you didn't know what you're gonna wake up too. But if I needed to be mom and dad that day, I was mom and dad. Day. I know when Julius started to mock Sutphin, and I believe that Rachel is on democracy and that was a game changer for us for Julie. In the beginning. It was the what was it? The sweat sweat sweats. And she had issues with pain in her legs. I mean, I think that Judy had pretty much every side effect of toxicity. And you know, Tamaki often it affects your memory caused him brain. Yes for brain. Yeah. And that's what they've said that Tomasz Finn has and do you mind if I? We've had some of that those issues and we've noticed the more kind of in the last probably three years it's gotten increasingly worse to the point that Judas had to go and seek help for that. She's had to go to a neurologist just so that we can make sure everything's okay. Because she is forgetful about certain things, and then of course, Jerry the Tacoma was issue with weight gain. Yeah. And we are show for starting to people Rachel Rachel Rachel had the opposite like Juliana rans. But you know, Julie's biggest issue was that it caused her to gain weight. And you know, she went would go to her doctor, and they would say Julia until you're off the tuxedo. It's like pushing rope appeal it's like hurting cats, and I said, why don't you stop? I would become livid. I would get so upset with her because I felt like God had blessed us would they recovery here, and you were focusing on a number to define your beauty. And if I. Tell you that you are beautiful understand that in my eyes, you're beautiful, but she needs to be beautiful in her eyes. And that was the biggest issue was that jury didn't feel beautiful in her eyes because she had now gained weight, and she was at a number that she had never been at before. So I think that for us the Tamaki John was a game changer. It was a game changer for us. And it took us about two are two and a half years for it to be in her system, and she leveled out, and there were no more night sweat. She had no more pain in her legs. You know, none of that. And. And she had none of that. And now, she's kind of acclimated to it. But yet she still fights. And complains about our way. But John tell her listen, I'd rather you be here and be bitching about your weight than not and before I head out because I've actually got to get dinner ready. I wanna talk about she was diagnosed at thirty seven. And I think that's another thing. You know, all you want to hear about, you know, I don't have to get a mammogram to them forty. I'm in imagine has she waited just like my doctor said had I waited my results my outcome. Could have been totally different. Exactly, what her doctor said was if Julie had waited until she was forty for a mammogram, the options that she would high of would be fifty percent Lewis had she waited until she was forty and that was one of the encouraging thing that that came out of this cancer diagnosis was the hundreds of messages, we got because she was so young that they went and got checked, and I hope your listeners because of this conver-. For sation. Even if one person goes absolutely in his proactive about one hundred percent, then this is worth it. No your body. If you feel something if you have family history air on the side of caution. Amen. Amen. So I find it ironic this we're gonna talk about weight, you're ready to leave. I'm gonna go make sure you got food. I love you, darling. We don't promote items that we don't believe in that. 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But you know, since today that we're over sharing ahead to go speak to someone Judy was diagnosed in two thousand twelve with breast cancer. My dad was diagnosed on may the twenty fifth with liver cancer. I lost him on July the twelfth and the next morning and the funeral home. I found out through a phone call from our personal banker that my former CFO had been embezzling from us. And that it had placed me in a position that we were in serious trouble, financially and. I was diagnosed that same year with Bob Ramal jn, and I've never talked about it. I've kept it out of the press. I've never discussed anything about it. And you know, I found out, you know, after being diagnosed by five or six doctors that one of the key contributors Fabra mile, Jim is stress so as I'm going to all of these famous rheumatologist because as you said, I had great insurance had access to things that some people don't have access to and. Two of these doctors say at you have post traumatic stress. And this is a serious issue. And you need to get help for it. Because I couldn't talk to you Brandon without without crying and the fear consumed me, and it wasn't just the fear from Judas breast cancer. And then losing my dad, and then basically all of our money going away. It was more than what I thought I could bear. And I remember job. And not that I'm comparing myself to job, but I remembered God giving job and testing job and he never failed. He never wavered in his faith. And the cross was never too heavy for job to carry. And I realized that God's given this to me because he knows I can carry it. And I just said to a dear friend of mine who's on television. She and our messaging the other night. And I said I need you to remember that sometimes God gives his toughest battles to some of his strongest warriors. And I says in you will cross through to the other side, you will be better. Once you get there. You may not feel this as you're going through it. But trust me when you get to the other side, you will feel stronger I have so many people that come to me. The social media Facebook Instagram Twitter, and their husbands who are you? Brandon who are me who have lived in this fear who have said that their wife's illness caused them to be diagnosed with P T S. And so I wanna hear kind of exactly what did what have been the effects from you? Sure. Well and hearing your story so important because again, you're seven years seven years out. But the story is not over. Now, we talked about before we got on the air cancer the story that never end. No, it's never allowed to unfortunately. It's a gift that keeps giving. Yeah. And so Rachel is hitting that PTSD stage right now because she said springtime because springtime last year is when she when we got it brings back all these memories. Yes. And she keeps asking me. Are you feeling the same thing? Are you feeling the same thing? I'm not yet. I can't do it until I am not yet. I'm thinking man look at what we did this year. Right. All the great things that came out of the diagnosis where we are now where we're going. Everything's good initial diagnosis. So the PTSD has not set in. But I also know the story is far from over. Amen. The story goes beyond the fact that she tested positive for the bracketing write her thought as well. Which one of my kids is going to have it, right? Which one of my kids have had all of our children tested, and none of our children tested positive. I didn't test positive because I wanted to know on my side because my grandmother had died. S cancer. I did not have the bracket, gene. None of my children had it. And so that's encouraging and we hope that that's the case with ours. I also can't listen we all have something we all have something going on inside. Right. So if that's what it is. That's what it is. And Rachel sure. Can't feel guilty. Right. If that's the case. But that is one thing she struggling with all the time as well. What if what if what if when I'm thinking? Well, we're doing great. We're we're doing great. So I don't know if I've been able to hit that yet because I'm sitting here trying to be, you know. Well, let me ask you. How are you? It was a long year. It was a hard hard hard year. Again, you know, learning to play both roles don't marry a woman thinking, I'm gonna play mom and dad this year nothing against Rachel because she did everything she could. But that was an interesting thing, you know, drew me closer to my children. Right. I'll tell you that right now not that I didn't have a great relationship ready with them. But it drew me closer. I was fully present. I was there when I needed to be there, which was pretty much all the time, and that's been good. But there is for sure the the idea in the back of my mind of what if what if this happens, again, what if this happens again because Rachel says man, I don't know if I can do that. Again, we never know what we can do until we have to do it. And that's exactly right. And I told her well, you will do it again if you have to do it. You know, we remember when I had kidney stones. I'm not Lord. I can't do this. Again. I did him five more time. You know, I mean Lord willing. We don't have to do it again. But I'll tell you what if we have to we're going to do it. Right. But you know, other than a the loss of the boobs. Less hair and feeling sick. Some she got through it right through it when I don't so don't and being able to look back instead of looking forward looking back and saying look at how far we've copyright. That's an important thing. And that's what I keep reminding. Rachel look at where we were a year ago, we were just finding out and going through this thing. Right. And so it's it's encouraging knowing what all she's been through with all we've been through together as a family not that we're on the other side because I don't think you feel like you're on the other side. I'm like I said we're seven years in and I get to thinking oh my God. This is so great. We've got this kicked. And then all of a sudden will have a caller are we'll have someone on social media. Those say, you know, I had breast cancer twenty years ago, and and it's back. So then I'm like, oh my God. And to the point where Julius doctors have said Todd, you cannot keep Jewish body under surveillance. You cannot send her in here to have these body scans. You cannot have all these these. Yeah. Mammograms and all these pet scans. You cannot keep subjecting too. That I'm like I need to know if there's anything going on her body. So that we could hit it. Now. A US at her who needs it more at do. Yeah. I think that Julius at peace with where she is. And I think that her Walt with Christ is where it needs to be not that. I don't I do think that I'm where I need to be with my maker. I do feel like that. If God takes me today when I leave this podcast on my way, home. I believe I'm going to heaven believed that every sand that I have ever committed that I have atoned four, and it was a lot of. I mean, you know, I am fifty. I am from the sil-. But I mean, even if it's just right outside the door, you know, in a little small house. I mean, he's not don't believe he's going to send me completely away at think that the fear never goes away. And I don't know if this happens with you. But like she we will go to sleep at night, and I'll turn and look at her in the bed while she's sleeping. And I just say thank you, man. Thank God single. Yes. I mean, you know, it's not on the nights that she snores. But I mean, you know, even those nights, I'm good with me again being so close to our children, and they're so young just the kids have in their mommy, and I don't wanna say back to normal because that sounds so bad she's up she's making their breakfast. She's doing these things watching her be a mom ride. Just took it for granted. Right. Julia had the last of her surgeries in we always we had a home in Florida for I don't know twenty years, and we. God. I mean, I was. Every every day that the kids are out of school. You know, we would leave sometimes pull them out on a Friday would leave on Thursday and drive to Florida and with comeback on Sunday. Or we were down there all the time. And it's always been every spring break our kit. We were there and Julie had just had her final surgery should had her first surgery in March. And you know, when spring break ins, do you understand that my wife came home after having the double mastectomy and her biggest thing was I cannot let my children, Mr Spring, bright. And we went to Florida. I promised her that that I would make sure that happened. We took the kids. We put him in the Escalade, we drove down to, you know, Santa Rosa beach. I got her in the house that's car. Unloaded. And I'm stairs bringing luggage upstairs. When I come downstairs. Where's your mom? Oh, she went to the public. She was going to buy food for the house. They're superheroes. And I'm like, I'm thinking you kick me in my balls. I'm down for three days, but they just took. My wife's a double mastectomy she has expanders in right now. And because she didn't go back to have her implants put in until June. And this woman in a zip up hoodie is at Publix checking the melons out literally. And I'm like God this you're good. I I'm an obedient servant. I'm going to do what you tell me because you told me that if I would give her to you, you would give me something greater than I've ever known. And he's given me something greater than I have ever known could've ever hoped for. But you know, I have so many men that that reach out to me that complain not that they're complaining, but I. Think that if you look at it on a cursory level it's complaining when is my wife going to have sex. And that's a big nine for guys, you know, assay when she's ready. That's when she's not when you're ready. I mean, dude you've been doing since she was ten years old keep doing you until she's ready to do you? And I had to get to that point. So you know, I was like, okay, I'm gonna keep doing this Bill. Julie. You know is kind of like, okay, we're gonna do this again. And I tell these men that come today she's going to be ready when she's reading this is not on your time frame. This is your wife and guide. Do you realize what she just went through? Yes. You know, you. Yes. And you're sitting here focusing on having a hard painless, which is again being a guy I think, and you can help me with this too. I think that a lot of times we just assume our wife's thinking things when she's going through this because we're lazy. Yes, men are lazy. So therefore, we assume rather than discuss exactly yes. That's something. I'd had to learn to get better at right? And so it's forced your communication skills to be bad for sure no doubt about it. Because at first I was assuming these thing. Right. And then I realized I was assuming all wrong Ryan, many different thing hundred percent you like the fact that it wasn't. She was scared of cancer scare she gave it to the kids. What could she have done differently? These things or are you gonna find her attractive after all this? I can give you a couple of scenarios where I either looked at her own because I don't do blood very, well, I don't do past chase was Boeing. So so I looked I remember never forget it. I just looked at gave her this look right after the surgery, and I know it was crushing to her. I'm looking at my wife, and you'll have on and usually wanna wiped out never shirt on. That's something. Good. Look at should just got all this. I remember that look and thinking oh my goodness. She going to hate me for this. You know? And of course, she got over it. And she understood where I was coming from. But being prepared and having these discussions about what to expect right because listen, I had no idea what to expect. I had no idea what she was going to be feeling. I don't think she knew right when she was. Feeling a lot. And you don't know what happens when these things go down. Right. But reassuring her good friend of mine said reassure her every single day how beautiful she is. She needs to hear it all the time. And she is not that I have to tell myself put a reminder my phone to let her know that she is. But she needed that reassurance. Now more than ever, and I'm assuming Julie's still, you know, Judaism, a strong self-assured independent woman and tell her all the time how much I love her what she means to me. And my children our children who she is a woman, but Judy didn't find her identity in me. And I think that was one of the things that I love that. I loved about her that that was so powerful Julie knew who she was before she ever met me, and that's attributed to her. Parents her father was southern Baptist minister, her mother as a true woman, faith, my mother-in-law say that God has blessed me so many times. So many powerful women in my life. He gives me my mother, you know, and anyone who watches the show knows that my mother is the hardest teenager to ever raise. And then God gave me Julie. But with Julie came her mother, Pam and Pam has always been in inspiration to me because no matter what the situation Pam could always find a silver lining. They always loved their daughter, and they raised Jewish. She was she was raised as strong woman. But no matter how strong you are raised cancer. We'll take you on it will creep into every crevice. It will creep into your psyche. It will creep into your body. It will creep into your to your boobs wherever and I think that for is the morning after you know, she was in the private pavilion at Johns Hopkins, and it was the morning after an I had slept on this. You know, they had brought me an obey to sleep beside her and her doctor, Dr Ted sin garrison, folks, I wanna give credit where Credit's due. We had some of the finest care that money could buy you name it we had it. But Dr Ted sin Garris came in. And he on everything and he's everything looked so good tied. He said, we're y'all staying and I said at the four seasons he said here on the water. And I said, yes. And he said, I'm a let Julie go back to the hotel. He says because I think she'll be more comfortable. And so I took her. Her back and her care continued after we left the hospital, but when she left she had two drains on each side. She was bandaged up. And they had to teach me how to strip the drains how to do all this stuff. And I'm like, oh my God. I don't do good with blood ham. I going to do this. But I never said a word because God promised me that he would help me get through this the next morning. It was time to take a shower, and I could unwrap and whatever and I am having to strip these drains. I had to I had to write down. How much fluid was being released all this stuff? And Julie would not look in the mirror, and she says I can get in the shower myself. Now, I'm gonna tell all of our business from the time that and I've been together we have showered together. And here she saying, I'm gonna take my shower by myself, and I remember putting one hand on each side of her face and making her look at me, and I said. We have been together every day of our life. I have never had never had one night that we spent apart. Never one time. We've argued about slept on the sofa or have we gone to bed. Not said, I love you. And I made her look at me. And I said that me tell you something we're going to continue doing what we have always done. And if you're married to a man that you have to worry about how I'm going to look at you. Then I'll tell you how to get rid of a hundred and seventy pounds quicker than any diet can ever do. And I said I love you more than anything in the world. And so no matter what's under these bandages. I'm a love you through it. And I remember cutting the bandages off expecting the worst net. Keep in mind, you was insurgent seventeen hours because she had a double mastectomy, and then the head of plastics, Dr Ganz Roulston came in right behind Ted's Garris and did all of her plastic surgery. And when I took her bandages off, she had boobs, and they looked great. And I'm like, oh my God. And she started crying at how bad is it? I said look in the mirror, and she looked in the mirror, and she started crying. And she said, thank you Lord. Lord. Thank you. I can do this apologize. God for second guessing. I apologize for being weak. I can do this. I can do this Lord. Thank you. And she hugged me and she kissed me. And I said, let's get in the shower. And so we got in the shower, and I said, are you happy? She says Todd you. No idea, sir. You happy to have sex. She said get away. So that didn't happen. But you know, we went through that journey. We went through the valley, and we came out on the other side, and I want to be that inspiration for you that you're going to come out on that other side, I wanna be that inspiration for all of these men out here, whose wives have gone through this. I wanna let you know, you're gonna come out on the other side folks, Julian I have sex. We have sex frequently Julie has sex with me twice a week. I have sex with Todd non times. So I want to be that inspiration for people in every walk of life that I can be in Spiratou to you. I have gone through bankruptcy. I have gone through embezzlement from somebody who I loved like, a brother that I thought was my friend for life. But I came out on the other side, and we still are still going through stuff from that. Now, you know from forged documents. You name it. We've we're going through it. But we're gonna come out on the other side, regardless of what it is that we have to go through. You know, listen, God says I did not send you here and tell you life is going to be easy every day. I get so many people Brandon that say to me tied, but you're a Christian life is supposed to be easy when you're a Christian. I tell people tell you something there's three things in life. That's going to be the hardest thing that you will ever do and the three things that people are going to respect about you. The least a being Christian. Being Christians the hardest thing that you have to do. You know, why? Because you got a conscience, you know, right from wrong, you understand when I cuss somebody out on social media. I know at trong. And then I say it, and then I said God forgive me for Cussing them out. But I got three more people. I got to do it too right now. And then I'm gonna ask for forgiveness than then. The next thing is being a husband being a spouse just being a spouse in general, probably one of the least appreciated positions because we love each other so much that we keep heaping things on each other. Because we feel like, you know, he loves me enough. He'll do this. She loves me enough showed her this, and then raising children, let me just tell you right now five kids into it. They don't appreciate that, you sacrificed. They don't appreciate that. You gave them the Snickers candy bar 'cause you didn't have enough money to buy you one. They don't care that. It's that it's the last soda in the refrigerator, and they won't it. They don't care about that. You know, why? Because they didn't ask to be brought here you made a conscious decision to bring him here. So I think that for me looking back. I would not wish breast cancer on my wife or any other. Anyone? But what I can tell you is that it brought us closer to guide, and I will say that that may be the reason that God does it sometimes is because he knows that you're almost there. But you'd be hard headed some snatch you to the other side and closer to each other. Yes. Clue as a family with some friends amazing. But I also think an interesting thing because I know some people are probably going through this right now. And you probably experienced this that some people come in. They they wrap their arms around you. And they love you. But some don't know what to do. Now. They don't and they don't know what to say there's no right thing to say. Yes, this tell you right now. There's no right thing to bring me a casserole folks, I don't like casseroles don't bring me a casserole. We had the meal train. I told Rachel I said we don't need a meal train because all they're going to do is sit in the freezer because she's the only ones can eat them. I kids aren't gonna eat him Brian. I'm not gonna eat right. And bring me a Chick-fil-A gift card at pizza. We had these frame me a faith box the kids business something other than a casserole. Yes. So funny, you felt that way. But it was. Interesting to see there's no right thing to say, there's no right thing to do their no right gift to give just being there. And just saying, hey, I love you. And I'm thinking about you. And that's exactly right. And I had so many friends that would text me and say taught how how's things going is there? Anything you need from me. I'm not bringing your casserole you've already made it about in the on this text chain away or that you don't want. So I think that for us. It's certainly brought us collectively closer as a family it caused our children at forced star children to view mortality sooner than what they had to. Or what they normally would have had it caused me to know, which I knew that I loved Julie with all of my heart, and that I was going to die with her a new that. I mean, there are some days that death might be an option to her for me, you know, quicker than God's version, but. When she was diagnosed, and I'm going to say this because I grew up in church, but I got away from it. I was a heathen not until Julia diagnosed with breast cancer that I did I truly feel the presence in the hand of God. I felt his hand on me physically on me. And he told me what to do. He led me to where she had to have her her surgery where she was going to. It was only God because I had a friend who was the dean of medicine at Imrie. Dr Michael Johns who has been such a blessing dies and I called him. And I was crying, and I told him what was going on. And I said God is told me that I have to take Judy to Johns Hopkins, and I don't know anyone there and he said, but Todd the good news for you is that I used to be the Dana medicine at Johns Hopkins, and I never knew that. And he says in every person that's the head of those departments that I pointed are still there. And do you understand that within an hour? People were calling me from these departments telling me when we needed to be there, you understand from the day that Julia was diagnosed until the day that she had her double mastectomy was nine days nine days. And that's God that was guide that wasn't tied. That was God. And we could say the same thing happened to us, and we were in Lincoln, Nebraska. And he don't go to Lincoln Nebraska to fight cancer. That's not what you think you do. What do you even go to Lincoln Nebraska for another? That's a whole nother episode. But we were in Lincoln, Nebraska. And I remember my my boss have Brandon we have the means to get you revenue to go, right? If it's mayo. If it's MD Anderson, whatever it is we met with our doctor. Dr Scott, McCann and absolutely fell in love with this gentleman. He was a believer. He moved heaven and earth to get things done quickly for Rachel to make sure we were on the right path, and we wouldn't trade having cancer anywhere else in the world. Then Dr Scott McCarron Lincoln, Nebraska, what be bragging about you. Dr. And I've got kids Ross we will Dr Miller who's the head of on college. So let's just not get too bragging tell you it was because you said from from the day, we found out we were we were getting a port in four days later and having chemo four days after that like it was they opened one of the offices early for us to get in there and get a pet scan. It's amazing. What happened? It wasn't us. It wasn't Dr McCain Makino it was God opening door. And we need to be in Lincoln and y'all needed to be where you were. And I'm telling you, whoever you are wherever you are you need to be right. Where you are. And I know that's cliche. And I know that's hard to understand. But guys we've done it. We've gone through it we understand because without him. We are not where we are. We are not on the other side of it. So I'll tell you a couple of things that really were major takeaways. It taught me about priorities. Right. It taught me what really matters. And what doesn't matter. I'll tell you what we worry. And we think about so many things that just don't matter told me that. Every day. We get to make deposits in our in our wives minds and our kids minds every single day. Whether they're good or bad try, and we better make sure they're good as your kid as you said with your kids. They think they could die tomorrow because you just don't know. So every single day as dad's as husbands we get to make deposits in their in their minds, you know. And are they going to be good memories? Are they going to be bad member? And that's all they're gonna take. And so for me that's been I just wanna make sure every single day. My wife is having great memories kids are having Bush's. Not gonna have great memories every day. If you keep aggravating her won't have say, she don't like you. She doesn't care. Figure out it's me or what? But I can tell you. But she needs her time she needs time to heal and just because you look at her and physically. No, she's healing doesn't mean she's hailing psychologically emotionally, and she needs that time and take it from someone who is six years ahead of your brother. It takes time. But what I can tell you is that if you invest, and I love my wife more today than I ever thought I could possibly love anyone in this in this world. And and I say for me, but I say it for every husband every boyfriend every lover of a woman who has gone through this. I see you. I know where you are. I've been there. We are all the same some of stress better some of us, look better. Some of us have more money. I wanna tell you. I want you to come back. I would love I want you to come back because I don't I want to follow this journey, folks. I wanna make sure that we follow this journey with Brandon Rachel, and I wanna see her to the seven-year mar. And I wanna see you the seven year, Mark. And so I want you to know that that we love you. We're glad that you're here. God did not put you in our life. Folks. This conversation started because of an ad on Christly confessions. We don't approve it until we know that this is a product that we would use. We have them to send it out to us. We try it out. And if we don't like it, we don't promote it. We started promoting faith. Because we believed in the concept, we believe in your company, we believe in what's behind it. But we believe in you. And we believe in your story. And that brought you here today. Not the fact that you bought ad time on this show. But the fact that you have been where Juliana have been and where so many other women men are today. And. And promise you that when you are buying ad time. You didn't think you were gonna be subjected to may sit across from the in his podcast wasn't part of the point wasn't part of the plan. So brother, I appreciate I love you. I want you to come back. And folks with that being said we had so many questions today, but we did not get to them because Brandon came in here monopolized all of your time. I wanted to do your questions I had them all printed out. And I said this is what I'm going to do and then Brandon shows up. So if y'all have to feel bad about it, are you have to be Pissy about things than you need to feel that way towards Brandon, and then call me or send the message, and I'll send you cell number. But with that being said much love and respect to each and every one of you hope that you will along with Juliana help continue to follow and lift Brandon and Rachel up and their three children on this journey that they're on right now hope that she will continue to tune into Christie confessions each week because we're here because you guys want us. To be here because you keep tuning in. And you keep pushing us to number one. And for that, we are grateful. Thank you each and everyone that tuned in last night for growing up Christly and forgiving chasing, savannah bigger hit than what they already high of. Thank you for tuning in each week to USA network and watching all the reruns that air on USA network, and on E appreciate you for giving us all the blessings that we have right now. I appreciate the good Lord for blessing us for everything that we have and everything he's got in store for us. And for the things that he's gonna take us. So with that being said folks on that note, I'm signing off today. And I'll see you next one's good luck. God bless.

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The Woody and Wilcox Show for 11-30-2020

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The Woody and Wilcox Show for 11-30-2020

"Now is the chance to use reliable energy to grow your money. With the dominion energy reliability investment our new investment product offers competitive returns no maintenance fees and flexible online access to your money make the reliable investment in reliable energy the dominion energy reliability investment to find out more go online to reliability investment dot com that's reliability investment dot com. You been waiting for is here previously on the woody in world cup show vegetables earlier on the show that you ought to be taken today off. It's something called. Celebrate your unique talent day. And when i threw that out there. I assume that we would get lots of hilarious jokes about how little we have on our voicemail but in reality a lot of folks wanted to celebrate their own unique talent. So i would encourage you and maybe we'll celebrate this throughout the morning. But you've got an opportunity right now to ring in on our voicemail with your own unique talent. Obviously it needs to be something audible. you know how voicemail works appreciate this call on our fez line and i'll let you judge whether this is a unique talent or not. Hi good morning. You guys were talking about talents. And i've been told that. I can sound like a dolphin here. We go thanks guys. Well i've never heard anybody be able to do that. Sounds like a dolphin so do have a unique talent. Well done you were right. Whoever told you that so appreciate the call anonymous dolphin that by party trick called dumb radio shows you go what your mom said. This is going to amount to nothing. But you're always welcome feel free to share i. We'll celebrate throughout the day here on. Celebrate your unique talent day seven. Oh four fez. Thirty two hundred tom. You were talking about unique talent minded. I can sound. i didn't make a damn good ray romano impression. So hold on. Let me get older. So boy revolt really remodels right here. I didn't know you knew. I own the joy i mean. I'd like to say it's not good. It's similar to others that we've heard i won't say any names so great to me. I'm sure it's like ray romano was right on. The phone really is seven. Oh four fez thirty two hundred the way you can share your unique talents. We'll celebrate them throughout the day. I heard your clip about its national talent day. I don't know this would be considered a talent but have the ability to burp. Whenever i want to guys appreciate the bottle and it's way better than ray romano. How do you learn that you have that talent. Come on suddenly a small boy for crying out loud that works and yes you are a small boy still never end. Think i've got one here for you. I reporter sean. I watch my rory. There dr gore. So what. I'm gonna loosely call bad impressions and i mean that with love sean connery so again. Celebrate your unique talent day. Obviously it has to be audio so seven four fez thirty two hundred is the way that you can get through pretty main air banjo. Thank thank thank ram found down for this woolcock remove. We're gonna celebrate all kinds of unique talents. Even the non audio kind. I thought people were going to tell us about how they can curl hair and clean up glitter fast and they have great cursive handwriting. I didn't know it was going to devolve into just banjo noises. I'm sorry so okay. I'll admit the guy doing the banja noise i think is having a little bit of fun with us but you wanted people to call in and just tell you about a unique talent. I can clean up glitter. Well sure i could curl hair. I don't know that you really want that china. I don't want to call the feds line and say i can juggle thirty five balls at a time celebrating yourself. Fun celebrate yourself. We don't have enough of a forum to share unique talents. That don't have to involve. Banjos doesn't have to involve banjo as well. Here's one that goes along your lines chelsea. I wasn't going to necessarily run this back but since you want it here we go. Hey i was calling in about the unique talents today. I can actually stretch my bottom lip over the top of my head here. Watch there you go there you go. I don't think i want that either. And that didn't even fully qualify because there was a little bit of audio in there so he actually broke your rule chelsea so let's leave it to the real talents earn in my restaurant. You step into my office right. Now that's all remodels right here. He's doing yoda doing ray. Romano i believe as much it. No you knew. I own the joined right. This is your fault somehow what he sounds like. He's right in the room with tried. Don't try to wash your hands so you not try to wash your hands. I did not ask for people who could pick up glitter. But i did not ask for ray romano iota. It was implied. It was i seven zero. Four thirty two hundred is the way that you can get through. The following program is for entertainment purposes. Only feeling it's amazing. It's the woody and wilcox show. They simply couldn't imagine being without each other with woody. What the hell is the matter with you and wilcox. Then guys insanity the woody and wilcox show. this is like you know when you're getting your legs wax. We're thing soon found. That's what business lying. And now keeps the woody and wilcox show. I've been through this a million times in all my years in theater depressed out. Let's everybody can check one two all still work. Well no it is so you weren't here for the. Oh god okay. I mean it looks like it's working now but Yeah there was the engineer. Twenty minutes dave was in here. Yeah it's neat well. I don't blame dave one bit so it's just It's always fun man. And i knew i knew we were offer a series of days. And it's bad enough just in the night when we're here one day and come back the next day you know. My computer needs a lot of warm up and thought well now with five days off. I mean that's insanity. It's just not going to work and damage if it didn't and none of us could figure out why for quite a while again not blaming those of us that we're looking but so anyway I'm assuming cool beans isn't coming in today. I haven't seen her right. have you seen. I have not saw what i posted on instagram. Sure she saw it as well and just stayed home. Another animal picture. Sh- not a picture a video chelsea. Keep her away was a wild rabbit outside the door. And you know how vicious rabbits can be asked where you find the screaming little rabbit down in the corner. What do you search for that. And it's very easy to find and you just you know you go in the gif area on instagram. And you pull up a rabbit. I'm so i'll show you how to do that later. so yeah. I guess we're going to have to go without her. Good news is she already sent in the remix For today. so that's actually already up. So those who follow us on instagram are already able to hear the new coup means remix and see it. We can get that on the radio here in a little bit. It's too bad she won't be here due to the rabbit infestation outside the door by. I did see her this weekend. Cool main and some sort of anti rabbit convention on no not an anti rabbit convention just happened to be that she brought up that we missed and A cool beans anniversary. I think a pretty big one to Just last week was the one year anniversary of me eating something out of her trash. I saw that too. I said i'm like wow time flies when you're having fun twenty but have you done so i. I don't know what you do to celebrate. Maybe eat something out of your trash or maybe contact cool beans. Maybe that's why she's running late today other than the rabbit is. She's just bringing stuff in from the trash to have you eat it. I feel like this ought to be an annual oughta be. You know was obviously intentional. Because she had had thing fall out of her potato chip bag or whatever but maybe it ought to be just an annual we blindfold you and you eat. Cool beans trash can identify it. There are no bad ideas except for that long. That's too negative. We blindfold you and you eat something out of her theresa's you start at. Don't try and throw me into the barrel. Go in there with tongs. Don't forget that that is a tough life touch tong. Eight something out of her trash and prayers for you and your tone what he to do that right. i'm just saying. Don't try whether you're stolen valor. With your time our tongues he can eat whatever he finds. That's all on him so it's a big day and i'm sure cool beans has taken the day off Because we're celebrating something pretty special today so we'll get into that also Kobe nineteen has anybody heard about that. it's led to some interesting things to say the least and i want to share a couple of things that i never would have anticipated based on the corona virus. So we'll dig into that. As part of the shatt coming up wilcox show. Would you will show. and now. it's time for porn. Yeah the the. G. is silent on the woody and wilcox show. I mean. listen. We're not going to get into the nuts and bolts of covid nineteen. That's for somebody else to do. Obviously it's not been going swimmingly. Although you know there seems to be some light at the end of the tunnel potentially with some therapeutics as they like to call it But i like to focus obviously on the lesser known things about covid nineteen and anybody know what some of the new things that there is concern about based on the corona virus. Anybody see some of the headlines over the weekend the long lasting effects long lasting effects like Health effects like some people have it for months and months afterward. Now now something stranger than that two stranger than that. I've been low on the news this past week. Probably good for you just to take a break and get away from it. All very much Well two things and one of them is interesting. Because doctors aren't sure if it's legitimately something from covid nineteen specifically or sort of adjacent and that is they say that some people are losing their teeth because of covid nineteen. I however when you do the research and i saw that headline over the weekend or that. Okay i'm gonna have to dig into this a little bit and then it goes on to say. Dentists are arguing about whether it's covid nineteen specifically that is forcing teeth out of people's heads or just sort of a general lack of hygiene. Thanks to the pandemic that we're seeing that's causing people not to take care of their teeth as well. I that seems like a pretty big different greed chelsea. That's why we live in the greatest time to be alive because the headline is beyond misleading. Right and but it's quoting some are losing their teeth but experts aren't sure aren't sure yet if the virus alone is causing this if you're an oral experts right exactly. We can't even get ten out of ten dentists who agree on what mouthwash to us. How are we going to listen to him on this covid nineteen has already been linked to an epidemic of cracked teeth. It's says now some believe the disease could be making people's teeth fall out altogether. Did they have. They not talked about Grinding your teeth at night that's been increasing address. Just clenched jaw all the time. The new york times reporting that this quote bewildering symptom Among corona virus survivors one patient one patient in an online survivors support. Group said that one of her teeth fell out while eating ice cream. Now i feel like that's not science we're talking about somebody. An online survivors support group. Because i feel like. I could go on and say my arm fell off and nobody could say no. It didn't another said that her molar fell out while simply lossing her teeth events quote. That's the last thing i thought would happen. The latter survivor noted the oddest thing. It says as if that was an odd enough that they're falling out without any sign of blood or pain and so it's dead inside no evidence of loose teeth prior you get sick and then your teeth start loosening up because they just one day just fall out. Here's what i think we ought to do. And they've probably been suggesting this. And i just haven't noticed so mask. Social distance sanitize hands duct tape on teeth Just if they do fall out at least that way you don't lose them they don't you know scatter all over the floor like marbles you just keep them in your mouth even if they have actually disengaged from your gums. That's my suggestion. I didn't get that from foul. She or anybody else superglue guy. They're not duck tape. Here's the other surprising thing about covid. Nineteen you're going to sit down because this is even more disturbing than the t- the average review scores of scented candles have trended down on amazon. This year again. I feel like it responds proportionately to the rise of corona virus. The theory is again. Sit down a second time. People who are losing their sense of smell are going online and complaining that their scented candles aren't scented enough. That what you've just said is one of the most insanely idiotic things i've ever seen. Is it chelsea. I feel like your territory. I'm getting now just. I just need to breathe right back home. And by the way the pandemic has led to a crazy increase in people buying. Live christmas trees now. This is not related to you being ill. this is just sort of. Hey we gotta do something different to shake this pandemic thing. So let's go out and get a tree according quote to one christmas tree farm. We've never seen demand like we've seen this year and quote. Maybe it's just early. Everyone's putting their tree early. Maybe it's just. It's not necessarily live trees any tree. We got sunday and it was a madhouse people getting tree. Yup i you're like trying to flag down a guys like look like third on my list. He's helping somebody carry a tree over to a car and he's at two people following him like puppies like once he's done tying it to the top of that car. We're act we're next. It was crazy. I i don't know it may be early. Is that it people. Just wanna get it on earlier. Pardon the expression. I think thanksgiving was later right. It's december tomorrow but for people have been putting up trees for weeks now. We've seen it their lights earlier this year or is this just the toilet paper syndrome. People are afraid there won't be there any and all of the above answers and potentially maybe with the extra sap you can hold your teeth thin when they fall out to comb and nineteen little. We'll sap little watched christmas vacation with my daughter over the weekend. She got to see that for the first time ever gray hand was interested in the fact that an eddie now is who has an eddie is in real life that sort of transition. That randy quaid has made from lovable vacation star to conspiracy. Star wacker theorist yes and he was back in action over the weekend. So that was that was sort of a fun thing that the rest of us maybe didn't have the first time we saw christmas vacation right and she enjoyed his dickey as we all do so. It was good times over the weekend. Let's get you a day off. We spent a lot of time there. I wanna make sure that you're aware of the celebration today so that you can make it a three or a five or six day weekend. Whatever applies to you. today's birthday. Anybody ever heard the name. Ben stiller before anybody know how old ben stiller is today fifty to fifty five. Oh god you nailed fifty five years old for ben stiller and i know that where he's still with us. He would have wanted to celebrate with a clip from something about mary. Okay great well even better. Is it the frankel to be ari. I think it's a little bit of both wasn't bull. I don't know how bland. So happy. Birthday to ben stiller. You can call in to the job site and go ahead and take that off as a special day of acknowledgment for our friend while you do that. We've got around of it happened in florida. We're all going to be better off after that. So stand by wilcox. So what we've got here are three stories that are ripped out of the headlines and we want to share them with you partly. Because i think you're going to be a better person. Words would also love to get you in as a contestant cool beans after surviving. The rabbit at the front door of the radio station has made it into her studio in his fielding. Your calls at eight four four or ww show so what he'll kick us off with story number one we're all parents here on the what he wilcox show. Have you guys ever lived the parent's nightmare stepping on a lake. Lego brick with bare feet. I think we lost. I don't know if it's specifically lego things saying about yeah i bring it up because a group of five women have broke the guinness world record chelsea for the farthest walk barefoot on lego pieces. Did you know that there was such a record. No but that takes the mental toughness two point zero four miles barefoot on legos. I know you hate world records but this one is impressive. I agree i'd rather walk on hot coals. Each woman had to complete a minimum of twenty laps on the thirty two foot track and they only had a one hour time limit to do it. One of my goals was to set a world record this year knowing the importance of community i knew i wanted to to attempt it with other moms. One of the women said is it in florida where they set the world record for walking barefoot on lego piece. See this sounds like something that you should embrace. I mean first of all setting a goal during the pandemic that setting world makes you feel better. I mean maybe this is. Maybe this is what you've needed. This is something that you fought for so long. But maybe you know what i mean like you. You hate somebody so much. And then you'd realize it's because we're such good compatible people and then you become friends and i think you're going to start breaking world records and you're gonna start with twenty twenty because that makes sense okay. I really think it through Store number two has to do with your love of pets who loves pets right. We all do the woman in store well other than cool beans. The woman in story number two has herself a couple of cats and dogs she Has how many cats and dogs. What's that four hundred. Eighty cats and dogs can't count that many. yes she does and Why do we know about it. great question. well that's a lot is why we know about it. What do you think. She spends a month in food and vet bills for the cats and dogs. I'm sorry i can't accept your answer. Eight thousand dollars a month a month. Is this one of those stories where the woman moved out of her own home and other animals of taken over. I don't believe she's moved out. She says in twenty eleven she had severe depression and credits getting a cat with helping her. But four hundred eighty. Well now. it's four hundred and eighty eight and it was just the one and twelve dogs. Which doesn't seem equal right. My question for you is issue in florida. I'll give you some more information on the reveal. What he's got. The third and final third and final story has to do with a guy who went to the doctor because of breathing problems and this is not the year to have breathing problems right when he went to the hospital. They're like okay kobe. He's like no. I'm fifty nine. And i just realized that i shoved a coin up my nose fifty three years ago and i've been living with breathing problems for the past half century and just now remembered that there may be a coin in my nose so they did a c t scan and guess what they found out. There was a coin stuck in his nose. Posterior to the nasal ferrings. For those of you medically inclined. Thank you i. He'd never had his his breathing. Problems checked prior. Apparently i was just like well. That's the way it is. I was born this way. It's not like us to coin up my nose. When i was six and forgot about the repressed memory came back. That's exactly it. Is it in florida where he's like. Oh yeah i did. Stick a coin up my nose eric. Three stories happen which one went down to the plywood. State number three story number three in this country. Russia is where the dude was like. Oh yeah that's right. Fifty three years ago. I rammed a quarter of my nose. Or whatever a russian quarter is brandon ruble fifty fifty shot going to number one five women in santa rosa beach. Florida walked on a lego track for two plus miles an hour to break the world record and started to not in this country on mine is where the woman lives who has four hundred and eighty cats and twelve dogs. Now i will say part of the reason we know about this is because the community has come together and almost treats her home now as a shelter and so they actually have provided this woman with money to care for the animals as well so the eight grand. A month isn't as shocking as it sounds. Initially think about that. Maybe that's your new record chelsea work it through. We'll talk about it later. Woody and wilcox. Show woody show. Well here we are back after thanksgiving and Cobain's remax coming up here in a second where she takes the stuff that we yell and puts it to a beat into a video as well. Those follow us on instagram. You always get a job. This actually went up on our instagram stories. Lah late last night. So follow along at woody and wilcox to stay abreast. I actually thought about you. Cool beans over the weekend As i was on my next door app. Oh there was a post the net which by the way we gotta figure out a way to somehow bring that in as a segment. I don't know what the regular thing we do with. That app is but it's fantastic navy. It's a guessing game of what that smell is or why the helicopters are flying over the house. We have to hear what you say helicopter so early. I don't know how that becomes a segment. But yes there is weird stuff that goes up on On next door so this one was posted over the weekend. Quoting help all caps exclamation point. That's the way this starts. My garage door is jammed shot. Does anyone know a handyman. That's familiar with garage. Doors the wire on each side of the garage door came loose thanks. I don't know exactly what his issue is. But i imagine him sitting alone in the dark in his garage with his phone posting on next door. And all i could think of was the time that cool beans called in sick because you're was out at the house and she didn't realise that you could still open your garage door even when the power's out. Now i don't know what this guy's issue was. He may have had a legitimate pardon. The expression cool beans issue with his garage door but immediately i saw i look through the comments. I'm like who's going to be the first one is like just open it up but nobody was. It was all these legitimate. And oh you gotta try gems garage door service all that stuff but so i don't know what his issue was if he's still there. Maybe somebody ought to call nine one one. I don't know it's your neighborhood. You should swing by specifically in my neighborhood. You know how it's surrounding as well so it was a different neighborhood. Yeah he's not far from me which probably par for the course right so just a fun. Walk down memory lane. Cool beans like the one year celebration of would eating out of your trash. So speaking of cool beans. Let's dig into the remix that she put together again. It's up on our instagram stories. So you can hear it as much as you'd like and you can see the video that she's put together for the latest cool beans remix. Rub your handle down. I have taken to smothering my legs in vassal. Lean to ease the discomfort. I feel you balanced. I can't be expected to sit with my family and stare at another bad. Did he died. Lucky i'll soft cruise line in my mind arnold palmer's always hard turkey i'm ball there's no padding but if they had like the nozzle a little bit that's fine. I know they're doing it for peanuts. Not because i'm lovely. Love somebody to try to raise them on grocery store notoriously aggressive turkey in an eighteen. Now county old throat. Don't want anybody meat-based in particular dirty area on my body haven't felt it out. Let's get stuffy dot com and tony soprano victimize melons by the way was name even my college. We were a blind melon cover band. It's completely stupid. Victimized melons yes. I sit angry mallon's this morning. That's my bad well-done cool beans not the personal mellon either. You've had a lot of melons. I have had a lotta melons in my life. Have an eye so nice job. You can see it and hear it on our instagram stories at woody and wilcox if you're not following along on instagram appreciate those of you that ring in on our voicemail. You're always welcome their the fans line at seven hundred four fez. Thirty two hundred books. The cool beans be name. Bring a slit. Good every single monday cooling remix was awesome. The good buck does state alabi thy name cool beans. Something rather around with woody talk. I think we all understand that. The good book states al gore hallowed be thy name. Give us the goods to us every single off kiss right. This is very serious. I think we do all knew that was a moment with what else flights good books they cool beans followed me by name. Bring a goods every single monday. Coup remained was awesome so at what he wilcox on instagram. It's up on our stories right now. If you'd like to check that out and thanks to repair man man man. Cool beans. A picture of soggy croutons. Well done as usual. Okay well you know what we all have the fun things that we like about the cobain's remix You know who's playing Monday night football tonight. Hawks take it on philly philly who by the way no longer in first place in the nfc one game out at three six and one correct. i bring it up because there is a bit of controversy from last monday night's game we didn't talk about it because it's sort of broke over the holiday weekend. It involves tom brady and red panties. Wanna play you the audio and see if you hear what everybody's discussing online and some of the other weird stuff that happened in the nfl yesterday. We'll do that. Next what a weird weekend in sports. Whether you're on a sports fan or not there were things that transcended. I think traditional sports. I mean obviously just like every weekend this time of year you've got nfl action and some of it was wild and then you've got college football. You've even got college basketball now. There was a bunch of upsets in college basketball for those that care about that. That was fun and exciting. Something that i never follow but was leading on. Espn was the crash in formula one. Where the car was ripped in half. And it was the biggest fire that they had had in formula one where the driver was inside a fireball. For twenty eight seconds. He's gonna be okay but it was like one of those. Oh my god moments when they're running over and he's still in the car and it's burning and your like counting you're looking from to come out and he doesn't come out and you're like oh my what it was horrible and then a guy by the name of mike. Tyson had a boxing match. Did you catch any saw. None of it. I only saw that it was Draw draw come on. What a scam right. It must have been. I didn't watch it. I didn't Fifty bucks pay per view and whatever the morning snoop. Dogg was doing commentary on it by the way which made the entire thing die. Caught it on youtube where people were video and their tv and said the audio is not great but he was singing gospel and doing play by play for the boxing and he was hands down the highlight of the night. I would have watched. Had i known that was going to happen. I didn't know either now tyson today or late yesterday or something Came out to say that he had Smoke some weed before the before the bout which is an interesting revelation or relevation depending on what you prefer. That's why there was a draw. I wasn't really a drawn. I didn't watch but it just sounds like something that they do just to build up another rematch. So they can make more money. Yeah that's exactly how i felt although i will say that everything. I saw said that they thought the fighting was fairly decent but again didn't see it so i don't know whether any of that's legitimate snoop. Dogg described it as two of my uncles fighting at a barbecue. Yeah but that sounds like something he just had ready. We're was it really. That bad or are snoops. Ankles like really solid fighters. Like i probably really solid fighters because that you know that sounds bad also. There was a couple of weird things happening in the world of the nfl where yesterday. My denver broncos had no quarterbacks and petitioned the nfl to allow a coach to suit up as quarterback and the nfl's like no. You're not doing that. I told you that basically avoided news for most of the week. And so i'm just getting my news from frank. So when i hear that i'm like what are you talking about. Those are words. Have you checked your sources all of that because it's insane and it worked out. Well they lost the saints by twenty eight points. He did complete so it was. They didn't let the coach play by the way. So this guy. The co so three guys are out. There have three quarterbacks all are in the cove nineteen protocol then. they had a quarterback. I guess on the practice squad but he was also in the protocol So they literally had no quarterbacks and they said initially hey. Nfl let us push the game and they wouldn't let them do it for some reason and then instead of putting another player at quarterback they said well. This dude who's been are Offensive something rather coach for the last two years. I didn't recognize the name. But maybe i should have. They wanted him to quarterback and the nfl is like no. You can't activate a coach onto your active. Roster were concerned that teams will start housing players on the coaching staff. For just this reason. So that's out. So then they had a kid who was on their practice squad as a wide receiver. Come in an undrafted rookie and start at quarterback and he'd been he had played quarterback in college at wake forest but he had never played in the snow playing in the nfl like a couple months ago. Right he's ever played in the nfl. He's on the practice squad. Yeah they've got to have some kind of something in place. This has never happened before because of covid times and so all of the things member we should go back to what the nhl does in hockey. It's not just the nhl but in pro hockey there's always a guy sitting there who's ready to go in at goldman and the reason they didn't allow the team to push the game because they saw some footage of a meeting. Where all the quarterbacks didn't have masks on and so they're like you're in the protocol. We're not pushing the game because you didn't follow the rules and then i saw the because of covid. Nineteen tom brady was trending along with the term red panties. Like now i'm interested. I will click that link. I don't care if it's clicked. Baiter night it happened last monday night during the game against the rams and with kovic there's no crowd in the stands you get to hear a lot more of what's going on the field. Here's what happened. Did you hear it right there. He's calling alive audible. Red pani red pani or red panties. Exactly he used to do midday knee red panties ninety year old guy back when they used to have guys named read now. But it was amazing because the announcers talked about it and refuse to say the word panties on monday night raw changing from one or two plays that he called in when you hear him though with the red ones along read. Bunny is what he heard. Apparently but i think the rest of the world heard read pani each. I'm here in red. Danny i don't know who that is janey pani on the mind over on. That is clearly red pants. I don't hear danny here. S on the end to hear tease. Yanni here we go no hooter not hearing it. That's right that's plenty all right. That's all about the paint. Aw no it was read. That's fine so kuch all right Speaking of dudes that are sort of considered sexy time symbols Light tom brady is. Did you see the other news trending yesterday and this is somebody who i think the ladies of looked up to for a long time who revealed something about himself. That was fairly shocking. And i hate to say. This brought himself closer to woody I'll share that audio with you. We'll do that Coming up next morning. Wilcox show couple of things in his monday morning. We're back at it. After the thanksgiving weekend you had a good one. And if it's tough getting back at it today which i imagine it is. I know it was for us. Maybe the cobain's remix can help you feel a little bit better about life Maybe you're doing some online shopping today. Cyber monday which seems to have less and less meaning each and every year right because it's sort of started middle of last week and just sort of follows through. Here's your black. Friday deals that we've their way into the cyber monday deals. And but they do they keep saying like this is going to be the biggest year of all for online shopping. For whatever reason i guess the same reason that people are losing their teeth. Do the covid. Nineteen one of those things that we think may be related or. Not if you weren't with us for that sorry i'm not going to explain it Kobe's remix is out. There was my point. You follow us on instagram. At woody and wilcox you can see the video that she put together with all the weird stuff that we yell out for her to grab and we'll get it on the radio here before the next couple of lenin within the next thirty minutes So one of the biggest celebrity certainly in the last couple of decades amid a revelation on Tv over the weekend and probably not what you would have expected in. Anybody's see what george clooney was talking about on national. Tv yesterday he was on cbs sunday morning. Which is about right. I mean if you're in the seventies or eighties. You're up sunday morning. Bright and watching Cbs sunday morning. And george clooney is not a kid anymore. Forget how old he is. Anybody know george. St. maybe assume. I mean don't get me wrong still looks great. Keep doing what you're doing. George clooney fifty nine fifty nine. Gosh really are you ready to send that stay. No is still does great. But for some reason i did think he was a slight bit older than that. I guess the grain the beard. That's throwing you off beard and hair and that's partly why bring it up I feel like george. Clooney is a noted prankster. Plenty of times when he's doing interviews and he says things and it becomes a headline and you go. I think he's just and with people. I think he knows that. Everybody's gonna take something he says and run with it and make a big deal out of it and i think he gets. You know when you're when you're a celebrity. That's one of the things you can do a lot of fun. I need your help on whether this is one of those and have you been cutting your own hair. I've been going on for twenty five years so it has nothing to do with quarantine that's easy to cut. You can't really make too many mistakes so years ago. I bought a called flow. Be which when. I was a kid. Yeah the infomercial. But the vacuum cleaner in the clippers. I still have it stop it. You don't use it. My haircuts take literally two minutes. Yeah listen it doesn't sound to me like he's joking anybody else you take away that. That's just to push some hype on something high on the flabby. Well i don't know maybe he's got something else coming out and he wants to be trending now. It doesn't seem like he's making it up but he is an actor and when you have that much money you could get someone to cut your hair even if you were very good at it. I don't think it's an easy task. I wouldn't accept that. He named dropped the flow. Be like if he would have said. Oh i got one of those hair suck things and he couldn't remember what it was you know because he's sort of making it up. I think it's legit so feta sent. I got one of those hair sock things you would've been on board. I would have said no. He's messing with them. Knew the names years you would know the name your hair feel like he would know the name anyway but i felt like there was a sincerity. But chelsea's right believe it or not. He is an actor. Have you been cutting your own hair. And i've been gone for twenty five years when we cut woody's hair. What was the occasion for us. Cutting your hair. It was covid nineteen a year ago in march when nobody can go and get your haircut and we used a flow beyond what he's hair now. How hard or easy was the flow. Be easy was it though. Yeah do yourself. Because i remember you pulling things and it didn't i. It was bad. But we used a shop vac to a regular vacuum. I don't know why that would matter. What you suck. Cool has nothing to do with quarantine. You can't really make many mistakes so years ago. I bought a a thing called the flow. Which when we did. I was a kid. Yeah the infomercial. Before the vacuum cleaner in the clippers. I still haven't stop it. You don't use it my haircuts literally. Two minutes yeah. Listen mad at work. There's more i tweeted out more of the interview there. If you're really if this is gonna eat at today. I don't want this to be a thorn in your side. I just brought it up sort of as a discussion. I think he's serious. Maybe he's super superhuman. I don't think it's an easy task to cut your own hair. I don't care what you're using. He goes on to describe why it is so. This is the first day of the rest of your life. If you're not following us on twitter man at woody and wilcox same as on our instagram. Which is where the cool beans remixes so i mean judge for yourself a feel free to share your comments on whether you buy it whether europhobe person yourself. I didn't know there were that many left to be honest with you but maybe there are still a few there. Were a couple of other headlines over the weekend. That i thought were shocking. Wanna get into one of them particularly those of be ringing in speaking of things over the weekend letting us know that the full tyson fight apparently is on youtube. And you can check it out there. Woody and wilcox show. Well you know if you've been less than for any amount of time matter of fact We don't we don't get into politics. We probably mentioned that. We don't get into politics way more than we even should. However two things happened over the weekend and i feel like they are not at all politically related however it happened to the two biggest political figures out there one of our current president. Maybe you've heard of him. his name is donald trump. ooh i gotta get political and then the other one. Maybe you've heard of him. His name is joe biden. Apparently going to be our next president. Ooh political trending for are completely unexpected. Reasons i don't want again again. Slew down you gotta have some fun with the oddities that are out there in our world right and when you hear that either president trump or a joe biden is trending. You imagine whatever but do you imagine what actually was the case over the weekend. One of them was that joe biden was trending because he tripped over his dog and apparently has a broken foot. That wasn't something that we expected to happen. And when i say trip over his dog i don't know they'll be some sort of Some sort of study A group will be put together to determine whether it was an accident or is that dog working for somebody saying terrorists have now taken over the dogs and you knew this from the start. Didn't you cool baynes. This is why you're afraid of all animals just before we get hate emails. He was playing with his dog and slipped and broke. Like has a hairline fracture. Why would we get hate emails as you said. He tripped over his dog. What are you putting him to take the other side. He didn't trip over the dog. He was playing with the dog slipping. I mean semantics. Everybody's tried to tribute get whenever you bring up. Politics will come. But i'm just saying. I don't know that that's a. I don't notice the difference in what you're saying there but by the way why do we know about it. Well you know we know about it because he apparently had to go to the doctor. Get an x ray and it shows a hairline fracture so this is what we were all concerned about right. The man is going to be eventually the oldest president. Just what we thought we feed. Dogs are big. He's just can't using dogs to mean feet using dogs to me. dogs adopted. Dogs are pre large yards animals but his feeder does not up for the task saying oh they've said about biden for years tiny week feed for. I don't know that they've been saying that for years. Actually miss that so maybe a little bit later on. We'll get into the injuries that your dog caused you. Because that'll be fun. It'll make you feel very presidential. Thank at the same time and then when you see that President trump was trending. It's not also for a reason that you would have imagined. It's something that i feel like we would have started the hashtag. Massive dumps trending. Over the weekend so i know it sounds like something that we would have come up with like with fun with football or something but he was on one of the show's over the weekend over the long weekend and kept saying massive dumps and people have fallen in love with it. I'm gonna play you some audio. Want you to calm yourself. You're going to hear some audio of the president and what happened to be watched the election. It was ten o'clock and you looked at the numbers that i'm sure you felt that way. This election was over and then they did dumps they call them. Dumps big massive dumped in michigan and pennsylvania. Big massive dumps now take all of the voting and the political element out of that. The fact that he just kept saying massive dumps became something that everyone clings onto over the weekend so weak footed biden and massive dump trump. Those were the two things that Where the focus. And i do wanna point out. This is what makes america great. This is why we live in the greatest time to be alive. Do i need to tell us what proves that we live. In the greatest time to be alive is somebody has already remixed the thong song with donald trump. Can you hold it because we're running a little bit later. I wanna hear that that. Oh fantastic okay. Well we'll get to that plus a remix as cool. Beans has a new remix. We'll get to that coming up next to wilcox show just a quick follow up and by the way appreciate the no politics guy calling into the fez line and i'll get to him in just a second. We mentioned a second ago. That as you know we we. Don't get into the chatty politics stuff however it was fun to see i thought the two reasons why both donald trump and joe biden. We're trending over the weekend. One was because hashtag massive dumps and the other was a foot that was broken on a dog. Those were the two reasons that the two guys who You know our presidents in this great country of ours. Were we're trending and the massive dumps thing is this. This election is over and then they did dumps they call them dumped big math of dump in michigan and pennsylvania big massive dumped so apparently what wilcox listeners and eighth graders got together and got that hashtag just rocketing over the weekend massive dumps and i appreciate again politics guy politics. What are you going to be talking about. Go over dogs. Oh this is not. My parents are a little while. I think he likes and then the other one was so. You're always welcome seven four fez thirty two hundred appreciate Those of you that are triggered by anything political and call in and leave your thoughts like that then. Joe biden broke his foot on dog hairline fracture apparently going to wear a one of those walking boots. I think for a couple of months. They said so. Not what you'd expect. I guess is the way. I would phrase that then what he said. I'm sure the massive dumps thing has already been remixed by somebody you have. Have you had a chance to check it out. I have not just something you pulled from the internet i saw that it was cisco thong. Song remixed with president trump. I haven't listened to get rid. Get your finger on the button. Fast food because i thought of it. Because there's a lyric in the song dumps like a truck truck or something like that. And that's the first thing that i thought of. Well maybe it's early. I feel like usually those things are remixed within minutes. Yeah but You know thanksgiving weekend. Maybe everybody was a little slow perking going on there. I'm not sure so. Oh and we've got the. We've got the cool beans remixed that we have that ready as the question. You can already see and hear this on our instagram stories. So if you're not following us follow along at woody and wilcox and it's up there for you to review but here it is now i say here. It is nothing back. Rub your handle down. I have taken to smothering my legs in vassal. lean to ease the discomfort. I feel you can't be expected to sit family and stare at another man's away did he is lucky soft. Crews in my mind. Arnold palmer galway's turkey. I'm ball there's no padding but if they had like the nozzle a little bit that's fine. I know they're doing it for peanuts. Not because i'm lovely. Love somebody who tried to spray something on. Its grocery store notoriously aggressive turkey. Why would he is now. Found the old it in. I don't want anybody meat-based in particular jury area on my body police felt it out. Let's get stuffy dot com of need and tony soprano victimized melons. By the way was the name of my man in college. We were blind melon cover band. It's completely stupid. Yeah cobaine maybe you should work on the massive dump thing. Maybe you're the one who gets that thing. Trend in polo remek's together for that get paid enough You can see and hear that on our instagram stories at woody and wilcox is the way that you can follow along on instagram. You were talking about maybe getting into the time that your pet injured. Have we already gotten a lot of folks ringing in on that. I haven't seen anything Scouring the facebook page the inbox. There i mean if you'd like i mean if you feel like you'd like to somehow put yourself in that same ballpark. Maybe it helps. The president elect Had helped somebody else. So you saw that. President biden tripped over a dog and broke his foot Perhaps you've been injured by your own animal as well. Maybe this is where we all come together as a community. Politics has been dividing us for so long. Maybe this is what we need to bring us together. The injuries that you suffered at the hands of a pet Love to have you on the fez. Line seven oh four fez thirty two hundred twenty and wilcox second ago about how it was interesting that of all the things that trending over the weekend one of them was that joe biden. Perhaps you've heard of them broke his foot on his dog. Now when you hear that. I don't know if you imagine what in fact happened. I'm not sure. I fully understand it. He but essentially was playing with his own dog and something happened where there was a there was an injury sustained and initially they probably thing and then there was an x ray and he's got a a hairline fracture apparently going to be wearing a one of those boots the walking boot for a couple of months. You know and seventy eight. That only is how old is Just turned seventy eight. Yes so you know bones They don't heal as quickly. Who would have thought that it was a dog that was going to foil him in this case So you know just as an effort to maybe come together as a country. How about you sharing the injuries that you've suffered at the hands of your pets and that way we can all maybe learn a little something from one another avoid certain things potentially cobain's has been avoiding pets for many years and that's why her feet are unbroken right. A lot of people don't know that plus she survived a rabbit at the front door. The radio station this morning and we're all glad she pulled through from that one seven. Oh four fez thirty. Two hundred is the way that you can get through milk. I wanted to call in and tell you about a time that my pet didn't physically need but emotionally injured me. I'm gonna pause it there. Anybody suffer an emotional injury at the hands of their pet. And what could you imagine. I'm gonna give you a little bit of a hint here. It's a cat that she's going to tell you about. How do you imagine that. This woman was emotionally injured by her cat. Cat stole her identity and ruined credit. That's not a bad gas. I mean i feel that would be fair. I feel like i was emotionally scarred win. You remember ruth. My mother ran over the cat and then it disappeared for three days and then returned so faking a death or whatever happened. There was emotionally troublesome. You believe that your cat faked a death. I don't know but it took too long to come back right. And we've had this discussion. The part you left out was when it came back and had a different personality. It did. But i have pointed out. That's because it was a different cat was the same cat. We've asked my mother. Oh this has been traumatizing for you. Well you're right. That is emotional. Although i think it was your mom that was physically doing the damn right such as it could be anything. Stand by for the remainder of her call When my cat was a kitten he did chew like six inches of my hair. Will slice let So that was a blow to my mental health. I sure you have a great day bye. I think that's a physical injury. They're cutting six inches of your hair on. How are you sleeping that well as my first question is the operate the scissors with those pause. Those are all what. I'm gonna call questions. Maybe not good questions. Maybe that can is like george clooney. And i think i agree. Not what the flow bay but with that is a physical injury but it certainly would do some emotional damage. I guess. I remember the first time my brother got stitches was inside his mouth because my cat clawed him there what was he doing with the cat for crying out loud. The cat was sitting on his lap and the dog came running into the room and the cat spooked and my brother scream like opened his mouth and the rear paul of the cat pushed off inside his mouth and claude his gums so bad that he needed to never in my life. I heard that in your mouth right because of a cat claw you one of those when you go to the dentist and you're like what happened. Well the bleeding won't stop. I was clawed inside the mouth. And it's like okay. That's enough coup means. That was almost you outside the radio station this morning with a rabbit. That's why you keep your mouth closed when you see a rabbit. I think we've all learned that lesson over the years. Several four fez thirty two hundred. That's f. ez thirty two hundred the way to leave your message. I think we're all were first of all right there. You learned that when a cat is spooked. You keep your mouth shut right. That's something that maybe you didn't know before. And now woody shockingly has helped you wilcox woody and wilcox show well. You survived the thanksgiving weekend. I hope he did. And i hope it went well for you. Now you're back at it The last thing you want to have happen is for that to get up ended because you got injured by your pet You saw probably over the weekend. That yo- biden now has a hairline fracture in his foot because he injured himself playing with his dog and is going to have a walking boot for a couple of months. Apparently they say so trying to help you because lord knows we can't afford to lose listener try to help you and others Navigate the world of pet injuries. So that you can avoid them if possible. We just learned from what he that. When your cat is spooked. Don't scream and open your mouth really wide or he'll put his paw in your mouth and clot so badly that you need stitches. That's what happened to what he's brother So you know mouth shut when cat is in lap. I think we all understand that. Now you see what. Michaela sent on the woody and wilcox inbox. My dog has to be the first down the stairs so one time i got in front of her. She darts between my legs and trips me makes me fall. Skin both my legs and had a massive bump on my head she's winnie winnie anybody to weenie could be see. Hi w i n n i. E is that just a negative term like you chew. Winnie the make of dog make. Is that what you call it. The breed of dog to weenie. I've heard of which would be chihuahua. And wiener dog feel like wiener. Dog is not an official name of a cini in my mind. But i can't prove that i think it's just like an expletive damn sure winnie. Cut me off back. Yeah when i was trying to make a laugh. Seven serum my seven four fez. Thirty two hundred is the way that you can get through it calling out the injuries from your animals One time. I was taking a nap and i have long hair and spread it in my hair out on the pillow and my dog weighs eighty pounds and for some reason she decided to get above my head all the bed and light on my hair. I was home by myself. And i couldn't get her to move. And then all of a sudden. I was feeling trapped and i started having a panic attack and the next thing i know i'm crying and screaming for her to get off of me. Come on. you're a get the hell off and Current hit her side for her to move in. Because i was screaming she kinda froze and just laid there and it took a while before she finally moved. And i was freaking out. It was the weirdest thing i'm like. It was kind of embarrassing. But i guess i get sometimes and because i felt trapped. I couldn't get up state. That didn't happen. Joe biden doesn't have long hair. Well not that. I know of got secret service. The come to his aid new. Imagine if that was the injury right over the weekend on joe biden's hair and expect for major league baseball though any minute. I can't play today because the dog injured me late on my hair could Seven hundred four f ez. Thirty two hundred is the way that you can share. I feel like those are two unusual injuries. Pau in mouth cat eating hair six inches worth. We heard that this morning earlier and now d- dog pending you. Buy your hair on the bed. Never heard that before. That's something you know if you've got long hair. Is that something that you'd be concerned about. I feel like you would be concerned around any dog with that long hair. So you enjoy clooney get the flow be out or obviously you know You know what they say. If you've got an eighty pound dog Ponytail seven hundred thirty. Two hundred is the way that you can get through show. Well hopefully you had to say and fun and maybe restful thanksgiving Certainly some odd things happened first of all it felt like twenty years ago. Mike tyson was Fighting twenty maybe thirty years ago. And i'm sure they'll be a rematch. Since it ended in a draw. I haven't had a chance to watch it. I guess it's all up on youtube. Now if you didn't pay to to get the the stream But we were talking about the other weird thing that happened and that is that we all found out that joe biden may have heard of them Broke his foot Playing with his dog. You know that old story. I think that's happened. Every one of our presidents. If i'm not mistaken so hairline fracture walking boot for a coupla months. We thought maybe this would be a good time to get into some of the odds injuries that you suffered at the hands of your own loving pet and lots. I feel like of cautionary tales. So far We've learned that if you've got long hair you can't have a big dog that's out If you have a cat you have to keep your mouth shut at all times. Or you'll get stitches in your gums We found out that your cat can cause emotional damage and that also had to do with a woman's hair so lots to get to including i've got a fez line. Call from our voicemail and this'll become clear second person believed that they got aids from their cat. Why doctor told him that. Standby i'm going to get to that call after this one. But first we've got this on our voicemail so you're talking about the People getting injured by their pets. My mother-in-law was going down the stairs one day and it was dark in her house and Unbeknownst to her her dog it was a very small dog was lying down on one of the steps as she's going down. She trips over the dog. Tumbles down the stairs actually broke her leg It was it. Actually read was actually a serious break. She was in excruciating pain until they were able to get an ambulance to come get her and she was wheelchair bound for several months after that. The airline is actually still two years later. It's still larger than the other one. So yeah so lots going on there including a man who knows the sizes of his mother-in-law's lay on thanksgiving you measure measure and i don't need a tape measure. You know what i'm saying. I don't even know what i'm saying. It just sounded dirty laura. We've all heard about tripping over a pet however to have one 'cause you know two weeks worth wheelchair. That's i started two months worth of wheelchair. Wow that's above and beyond and then you know and then you son-in-law's over there measuring your legs. The worst part. I'd rather have amputated the now that i get that yardstick away from me that's not a yardstick Seven hundred four thirty two hundred all right you ready for the cat. That caused aids. I don't think how do you on. How do you get it. it's not what you imagine. I'll tell you that your dirty filthy mind blood transfusion from the cat. I don't think they do that. What would you possibly imagine drug use with your pet. I mean let's be honest. I think you'd think relations but that's gotta be a scratch of some sort standby hi. I have a cat that i had a cat that scratched me and i found a week or two later ended up with a wallop under my that was about the size of a large gumbo and After going to my regular doctor and him telling me he thought it was aids After running several other tests. And i'm coming back. Negative then ended up going to a surgeon who tells me that i have cat scratch fever and with surgery and a swollen lymph nodes removed. And that's my story. good morning. How big are your legs. I hope you've got a new doctor. Was it different doctor. That said it was aids than the one that said cat scratch. Fever ran a bunch of tests and ruled out all that stuff. I think i and then said aid high. Maybe he just seen like philadelphia or something on the mind. This was probably thirty years ago or something. We'll get a doctor was it. I mean it's not stripped through because it's not your throat as we can laugh about it now but imagine at that time. Sure as town a you know really really distressing when this happened. No okay. 'cause i feel like more jarring today than in the eighties. Maybe maybe that was. It was more top of mind in the eighties contracting aids. Was it not. I don't think whether it's top of mind makes it any less devastating though. I mean i feel like you would gossiping's everybody's got it. I guess it's fine that i've got it but if this was twenty twenty i'd be pissed good either way but maybe you question your cat giving you aids more now than you did. Thirty years ago. I listen at first. I don't think this person knew that it was the cash right. I mean all the all we know is there was a scratch. I think the rest of it is deductive reasoning. the result. was. I have a lump under my arm. I'm gonna go see my doctor. I don't think they knew at that. Point that it was caused by the cat scratch wasn't under the arm right scratches somewhere else. It's an infection. Something leads to the lymph node. Either way that's a lot to transpire in two weeks that you can get aids that quickly. I don't yes. I i don't i just want more. I want better exactly what he said to you. Sir so i don. I don't know any of these answers. or anything else seven. Oh four so what else have we learned. Then don't let your cats scratch you can and if you do keep your mouth shut. So you're not like what he's brought the armpit closed. I don't know the. I don't think that's what happened in. Scratch them their check. Your lymph nodes right and then always have a tape measure mice. Also you know if her legs are doing okay. I just had to check your legs mama. I assume you call her mom. I don't know what your life. What do you call your mother-in-law first name. It's not as fun trying mama today. I don't think i will measure leg. What do you call your mother in law. And has she ever injured you seven. Oh four fez. Thirty two hundred. I think we actually have some of that. Nope we don't have the audio seven. Oh four thirty two. We just took a call a second ago on our voicemail. And if you didn't catch it it was this. I have a cat. I had a cat that scratched me and found a week or two later ended up with a one under my arm that was about the size of a large gumbo and After going to my regular doctor and him telling me he thought it was aids After running several other tests and now coming back and then ended up going to a surgeon. Who tells me that i have cat scratch. Fever end up with a surgery and a swollen lymph nodes removed and That's my story. Have good morning now. There were a lot of questions including some sort of a assumption on chelsea's part that if this happened like in the eighties or something that it would have been more acceptable Like aids was maybe not as big of a deal as well. I guess it is the eighties. That sort of thing There were a lot of questions as to how quickly the aids designation was put on a good news robert on the line to answer all of our questions robert. What do you got for us. Chelsea was right on like she normally is it is It was late eighties early nineties periods and so aids was the big thing. At that point. The doctor had ran other test and had given me antibiotics and nothing seemed to have been coming back with the answers and so that's why he came back with the diagnosed of it was eight so one of the questions that maybe this was. I can't remember if we asked it on the air or off was it so it wasn't clear at all that the scratch had anything to do with this lump right time. No no right. I didn't even know the you know. The cat was and had just them playing and scratch. And i didn't even the two together until they went into the surgeons office He sat down with me. Looked under my arm and said you got catch coach fever house monday and i'm like backup. I went from taking a aids test freaking because back. Then it took like four days to get the results from eight tests And so from raking out of getting the aids tests to walking into his office taking literally five minutes and telling me i've got cat scratch fever and wanting to know if he can do surgery on the monday. Wow something roller coaster. The motion right. There was it. Yes because everyone in the eighties nineties. Aids was pretty much a in sentence fan so it was definitely a roller coaster. Wow and so. That was once they took out this lump on your lymph node that that solve the problem it and there any other symptoms that you had other than the lump no fever. Nothing just dump the doctor. Tell me you just like. I'm done with that guy i did and i was in my early twenties so it was a doctor. That was recommended. Because we all know we're made of steel in the twenties. And we don't you know injure so I didn't have a regular doctor and it was somebody that my mother had recommended. And at that point. That was the last time i went into his office. When's the last time you measured your law's leg. I it's been at least a couple of days. I can probably a good idea to go do that. Just keep that in mind you so much for the follow up. We had a lot of questions all right. Thank you be careful with the cats. No kidding we will eight four four. Ww shows the way you can get through this. Thank we got there. Because joe biden tripped over daugh- from right there we are solving the world's problems and helping you if ted injuries they're having a bunch of come in on the On the fence. Line our voicemail will get to those eventually but we also have a round of. It happened in florida. Coming up. Which i think is also going to help all of us feel better about you. Know how we're living our lives after a long weekend. So we'll dig into that we've got a chance for you to get in and compete as well wilcox and wilcox show so get an eight four four four. Ww show to be a participant on this round of it happened in florida. That's eight four four four. Wwe woody and i are going to share three stories that are taken right out of the headlines. You gotta tell us which one of them went down in the sunshine state. it really. is that simple. What he has story number one well. Here's a pro tip if you're somebody who's freshly out of a relationship like the woman in story number one is something you probably shouldn't do is you're ex-boyfriends starts dating a little too soon for your liking is to start up a fake profile on dating websites in your ex-boyfriends new girlfriend's name advertising fresh meth tonight and also offering sexual services for free. That's what the thirty six year old woman did in story number one. She has been arrested for cyber stalking and sending harassing phone calls or tax offering the fresh meth tonight. I think that's a new. One was in florida speaking of new ones. We definitely have a new one in story number two where a man sadly towards the end of last week had his tire stolen from his truck. That's no good. You park your car. You go in wherever you're going you come back out boom one of the tires as missing. Someone has prompted up and taking the tire off the difference here. Is they replace the tire with something chelsea. You stole somebody's tire and you've replaced it with something else. What did they replace it with innertube. Guess it's almost the same thing marshmallow Mellow you're closer actually. It is thanksgiving and it's food oriented. They replaced a tire with a frozen turkey. Both at thing on quote. I've never seen anything like it before. I've heard of people propping up a car on bricks or putting something else underneath but i've never seen a car held up by a turkey. Gobain i is it. Florida is my question for you. Eight four four four. Ww show what he's got the third and final. I think we've talked about when you get a speeding ticket. If you give the officer a good enough excuse there may be an opportunity that your lead off with some sort of a warning. I've got diarrhea right. Something along those lines or there's a medical emergency that you have to get to the teenager in story number. Three accused of driving hundred and seven miles. An hour on the highway gave the officers. Great excuse he was going to get crickets to feed his geckos. That's code you think. That's code for something and gonna die like within minutes. You told me were culver. You're getting crickets from my geckos dog in the bat Is that what it is. Sixty five mile an hour zone. He was doing a hundred and seven. The eighteen year old was on his way to get crickets or the geckos was it in florida. Eight four four four. Ww shows away. You can get through. Charles is up first to solve our quiz charles. Which one of these three true stories went down to. The plywood state usually involves mass. I wanna go to war with number one key. West florida is where fresh meth tonight brings all the boys to the yard. Thank you for that story number two. Where the stolen tire was replaced by a turkey. A milwaukee wisconsin is where that one went down and the tennessee highway patrol tweeting out the excuse on his way to get crickets to feed his geckos. You still can't do one hundred and seven miles an hour on the highway there. Thanks ten for pointing out yes. Wisconsin is the florida of the midwest. I should have said that. Initially cuddle of things. I owe you a cool beans remax so where you get to that here in a second cool beans is put together. Another video and of course Taken all the things that we've said out of context and put it to a beat. You can see that and here at whatever you'd like. It's up on our instagram stories right now. So if you're not following us at woody and wilcox on instagram is the way to do that. Also you're going to want to go back and grab the podcast from today. Because there were some serious lessons learned. It started with us just talking about how it was unusual. I think that Joe biden was trending over the weekend because he had broken his foot on his dog. Some sort of play accident where he has a hairline fracture is going to be in a walking boot for a couple of months so we started talking about the injuries that you suffered at the hands of your pet and there was one that stood out to me. There were a bunch and we've learned some lessons but The man who was told that he had aids and ended up actually only being injured by his cat. Do to a scratch and somehow had gotten an infection so just a note. Obviously if you go to the doctor here in the next couple of days and they tell you you have aids double check your body for cat scratches because that may that may in fact be a thing speaking of cat scratches. Just got this on our voicemail line to animals. I remember on my sixteen inch. My cat scratched. The is In michornia good time Happy birthday cheating. I don't think i've ever heard rift by corneas said in such a delightful man or before that really is you've obviously gotten over it to some extent but You know obviously goggles is. The is the answer we also heard from a woman earlier. Who had a full blown panic attack. Because our dog was lying on her hair she couldn't move I mean we've all been there my ride several four fez thirty two hundred thirty. I heard a bizarre pet injury. was wrestling around in my living room with my old terrier and she jumped up in the air as i was standing up and i ended up with a dog hanging off my ear for a minute before she ripped through it ended up Super together and Yeah that was fun for a minute. Does sound like a fun. Minute superglued his ear back onto his head. He's one of you. You superglued your body as well to help an injury quote unquote. And i'm using help wrong. I know that right but you did. Super glue cut right. Well that what. Yes yeah cut my toe wide open and decided to superglued shut. It does seem like a solid decision. When you're young and you don't have insurance it'd beats going to the hospital. Scher absolutely take morning Talking about injuries from animal Wanted to work one morning and left the radio on for my dogs and cats and Apparently they were listening to the woody and wilcox show and anxiety. Got the best of them. They just destroyed my health. Let them listen to that anymore. Good morning guys slowly just like in that family guy episode right abe. I'm going to work now. But i'm gonna leave. Npr on for you. Good day to you and wilkin tools. Things considered issue where we talk very softly and reading to the mic. That and whispering in your ear inn rating your ear. Buzz buzz buzz buzz. That dog chooses leg off or something really started clause way out. Don't look so you're always welcome. And i feel like we're really. We're really helping out plus the one of the reasons why you're gonna wanna grab the podcast a little bit later. Is you're going to discover why it's so important to measure your mother-in-law's legs so that's out there for you to the podcast. It'll be posted. Cool beans will take care of that on our twitter so at woody and wilcox is the way to follow along there. I did receive an email from brian. Who was questioning whether he should measure the girth or the length of his mother-in-law's leads garth all day long. There's not even a question. They're not even a question. I don't know if we need to re explain that but let's just say there was a guy who's mother-in-law suffered an injury at the hands of pet and to this day. He said her legs are still different. Sizes and I have a lot of respect for a man who is on some level consistently measuring as mother-in-law's legs and clearly it's girth seven oh four fez thirty. Two hundred is the way to get through wilcox show if you are just joining us. We've had an interesting back and forth on injuries that been caused by your very own pat. It started the discussion about The news that Joe biden had his foot playing with his dog as we find out now. Apparently it's a hairline fracture. And he's going to be in a walking boot for a couple of months. You know it was amazing though. It seemed to be skewing cat heavy in the pet injury department right. I mean probably that you're rap name cat heavy so yeah heavy cat. I think his cat heavy. It was probably what two to one cats versus dogs. I guess so. Although i'm picking and choosing obviously has line calls that we play back if you're trying to make some anti cat statement not what you're doing is building a case against cats. No not at all. I'm just saying that if you're a cat owner may be a little bit more concerned Maybe i will say there's a line call that i wanna play for you but before i do i'm gonna give you part of the upshot of his call. He had his girlfriend break up with him due to a head injury. Anybody wanna take a guess at what that's all about. He was injured or she was injured. He was injured and subsequently had his girlfriend break up with him. Was he out of commission for an relationship activities. he may have been. He didn't specifically say he was out of commission. But you're knocking on the door. Blurring the expression on his doors. They're long recovery period just in general. I didn't wanna take care of him. I don't know if there was no. It has nothing to do with that. It's more along the lines of what would he was suggesting. As it is a below the belt injury. Well what was he doing with the cat. that's why she wants to break up with him. Then right fair question. I don't think. I said it was a cat that it was a pet but i guess it is a cat so i'll I'll let you see what you think. Yeah i had a cat who either love to be in your lap or hated it and she would claw when she didn't want to be in your lab to jump out of it and she clog me in the way we area the junk by the way. Get ready to hear yourself a lot now on the show and What was that. My mom's house for thanksgiving. I go home and my girlfriend's like what's this and she broke up with me because of that you'll have fun moral. She didn't believe that a cat had left those mar. I guess that's the implication. I'm not sure if he's being one hundred percent serious or maybe she did say that but she was just looking for a reason to break up with you anyway was it. Not the first time he'd come home with damage to the area and she called me in the way we area come on right which area right we area six. There's something about the way he says it. Though we area right no not you. We area professionals. You wanna fry area we area barker behind one of those screens so yeah like chelsea suggest if that is true than maybe you guys weren't doing great to begin with she ought to believe you. Maybe you take that to some sort of forensic place and see if somebody can corroborate that that is in fact an injury from a cat or as if that wasn't a sound enough piece of advice maybe he'd had other issues with cats before i don't know like i told you. Leave the cats alone. This is the last straw. Stop we we go to the police department of me. Like i need the csi unit to tell my girlfriend that these are cats grabbed. Yes that's what. I'm suggesting we area. It's you know maybe that's your new Your new show. Cbs or nbc. Whoever it is we we area chicago man chicago fire chicago. We we area. Well i mean. Obviously i've been saying since day one if you're going your mother's house and you're gonna let a cat sit in your lap. Where a cup think. That's eight to be think we all understand that we we era We've learned a lot today on the show and clearly most of it was right there. We're going to dig into that. See what we can come up with Coming up next. Twenty wilcox show woody show. Well what have we learned today on the lowcock show. That's not really true. First of all we learned that I was afraid cobain's wasn't going to make it into work today. We did spot a rabbit outside the door to the Radio station you know. Cool beans version for wildlife That video by the way for those of you that wanna see rabbit at the radio station. Instagram at wilcox we heard some more odd things revolving around covid nineteen including potential reports. That people's teeth are falling out. Although once we read into that story it seemed like maybe it's just. The people aren't paying as close attention in their mouth hygiene during the pandemic. So jerry still out on that one. One of the other funny lines was the rise in complaints to folks who make scented candles also blaming kobe. Nineteen for that. You know because you lose your sense of smell and taste so more. People are complaining about their scented candles. They don't balance fairly. That's the thing we learned that. When tom brady is making audibles in a football game yells out red panties. I don't have anything more to that. Just just that. Ladies and fellas a lot of stories from people based on the fact that joe biden Broke his foot playing with his pet dog. We heard from a woman who had emotional damage due to her cat. 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"Traffic circles, fires, and ummm - Nigel, where is the Mailbag?"

The Tony Kornheiser Show

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"Traffic circles, fires, and ummm - Nigel, where is the Mailbag?"

"Previously the Tony Kornheiser show. She was the patient in the video of any idea today. Aided I think he's out she said what you did was outrageous cystic and crazy. Yes this is what Lockhart Attorney said. Poll stock was set at court. I just want you know that is his lawyer. I apologize on the Hubble interesting. That is an interesting. This is General George Washington and you're listening to the Tony Kornheiser alrighty then genie McManus's here. Torie Clarke is here. Michael Kornheiser is here. Nigel will as he does every day. Run the board to the news produced the show take the calls came for the egg sandwiches. No Egg sandwiches today. ooh sorry about that. We had sandwiches yesterday and for dinner. They were large and I had them. I had three of them yesterday. Not Full Symtas. I had one and a half full. But that's the full meals right in your pocket. I didn't I didn't know baseball on. I did carry them. I had this problem when when I went to Columbia yesterday to go to the gym and it was twenty one degrees. I didn't WanNA leave them in the car because I was afraid they would freeze so I put it in the gym back yesterday and thankfully remembered humid. Jim Is better than your car. yes I do for an egg and talk talk like this is all. We're going to have today because there's really nothing to talk about so I'm going to start with the fact that it's very very cold in Washington. DC Nice warm aches aches and it would be great really and I wore my lily. Hammer Jack my lillehammer jacket only comes out in the twenties anything over thirty and up. No no lamour jacket but in the twenties where the lamb jacket. So I still have clothing from Nineteen ninety-four that works very well. You still have your clothing. I still have sweaters because you you know. I came home with like a Duffel bag of sweater sweaters here but I think I've mentioned I had to throw the Kodak because it had cigarette burns from the rational eastern Europeans. You know the Russians just rushing ending next to me and cigarette kind of a badge of courage though it has been it has been so cold The last a few nights that I have lit fires in my house We brought we Okay so I tried to light a fire last week and I noticed something was wrong when the smoke came into the house and go out of the house so I went into the fire with my bare hands because I had just lit the Pine cones and I need to say that Pine cones or what I used to start. Fires Pine cones a great. The problem is I've run out of Pine cones and I'm now scavenging in the neighborhood to pick up pine cones to the fire but I had to pine cones lit and when the smoke began to come in instead of out I went in bear. took both pine cones out. There was some small more charring on the wood but it was not in tremendous so I then An by I I mean Carol. Cold a chimney company and Bethesda chimney but as the chimney. She said she looked at up and they were very highly rated. And I didn't. I didn't know who was doing the ratings. And in all the conscious they they came over when they were supposed to come over and they looked at the chimney and they fixed the is it called. The flu is to open it or no. We were banging it one way or another way and it just wasn't catching it just wasn't working that maybe there was like a seventy five pound raccoon. Who had never well? That's when they came over. I said look We've had birds. We've had raccoons are we don't know and they said they went up there. They went up on the roof. They looked they said it was. It was OK Tedi year and then they said we've had Peter Yarrow then we then they said They advised us to clean it. Of course they did. Because that's three hundred bucks or something like that advised us to clean it and you know what I said. Sure sure hadn't been cleaned. Not and I don't know maybe it was clean last year. Maybe it was clean twenty seven years ago. I don't I don't have any idea and I said sure. And as a result of that of course. Now I'm a pyromaniac. Now I'm just lighting fires every night and you know you don't. There's two things that fires do one. They sort of lull you to sleep which is very very nice Make the house warm of course but they fool you because then you go out of that room and your house is freeze your freezing and you don't know what happened your feet in. Oh it's just everything is so called we've had fires. That's the sort of show we're going to do today. Fires and when they say we're going to clean it and not this is just not reflect on the vision of Nice job. I was happy. Usually what happened to us. They say we're going to clean it and then they'd get in there in your chimney needs to be relying. Oh yeah that happened to us. We know it actually the his only two years old old to be relying. Now they're selling this is not. That's his job is to say fires in your house all the time but to point the leading NCAAS chimney fires I once at Gw supply was bring us so when I did a story at Gw. Jimmy sweeps don't ask me. Why weren't anyways? I learned a lot in the leading gene. 'cause of chimney fires is raccoons. They go they build nests and all that stuff is stuck in there and then you know little sparks come up in there you go so this is what he said to to me said. Look we cleaned it. The best we could. But we can't guarantee you won't have a chimney fire and I said is. Is there some way that you could go in there. And guarantee the and they said. Yeah but that's a lot of work and I said what's your best. Guess so you'll be fine so it's okay. My brother-in-law bills legally legally dead Denison. You're not gonNA WANNA see this. My brother-in-law who is a volunteer fire Long Island without her house. Where we're a long island Fire island away each sure. Well I don't know Seville actually sables. A town island doesn't have that many. He's his businesses in Seville but he lives in Ocean Beach Must be no fence. Must be one of the older firefighters. Volunteers Yeah Yeah. Yeah Okay so at our house wants the one in Bethesda right before. Christmas had brought something in a box and we had a fire. Going had big stone fireplace a raccoon. It was a eighteen ninety eight stone house so it was an old fireplace and he started to he put boxes in the fireplace to burn them. And and the flames came leaping out of the fireplace singe the mantle started in on the right as a fireman. He's entire pro. They just stand back. It'll burn itself out. Yes it burned itself out. After he hit it had completely scorched the mantle. And singe the fridge on the rug. So you're in an apartment so you don't you don't have a fire do you. Use It is aghast at last night. It's gas yeah but gas is just pretty if he doesn't make it warm. Does it have to sit on it. It has these fence in the bottom in the warm air comes losing out into the zoo. Fake warm air. It's not real skiing. Apartment apartment and have a fireplace is wonderful Michael. Do you have a fireplace in your house. We do yes. It has not been used since I think the Open House Day because we don't really OUGHTA use it and I miss I. I love your fireplace because I would go outside. I'd stop board split logs for you. Like Abe Lincoln. I would sit there with my with my wiggling knife and kindling for you. Yeah because you'll never need the pinecone when I was there right. There's nothing better than tending to a fire deciding what needs one more law. When you're done? This is how I feel. I I mean I. It gives me great satisfaction. Man Thing is it a man just really like my husband used to put like tree stumps in giant burn. For weeks NASA NASA catch burned from the inside. I'm trying not to be offended that you people who've had chimney sweep issues in having told me you know that's the family industry and what I do. Is I get an oil drum drum and I just filled it up with refuse and I don't fire. Yeah we keep this going. We're a minute away from a good. NPR show so. I'm going to get to the thing that bothers me the most this morning so in order for me to drive here I have to get around halfway around the Chevy Chase Circle for those of you who are not from this area. You're not going to know what that is but just imagine a traffic circle and you gotta go halfway. Doesn't have any traffic lights. There are no traffic lights wherever. There's no guiding I love it and in the North South I'm on an East West route to get into the circle and get around the north south routes are populated By Ford versus Ferrari wannabes. They're going into the dominant fifty miles an hour heading into a circle now. The the protocol of a circle is very simple. So if you're already in the circle you have the right away. It's it's everybody knows this some people don't care but everybody knows this and again if I get into circle I am likely to be one of one or two cars trying to negotiate halfway around and getting through the north the north coming South route which at seven o'clock in the morning is loaded slowed getting into Washington. One thing I have noticed I and again I'm supposed to have the right away. One thing I've noticed is if there's a bus coming south on the north South route they're not stopping. You can't hurt them. Nobody gets hurt man when you're in a bus you. They can absorb forty mile an hour smashing right into it and they it's possible they will feel feel it. Nothing will happen when Jeff. Leonardo drove me around when we did Monday night. Football the amount of dead animals that he told me about was. Maybe you're a boss. And this these city buses are even bigger than a tour bus. They're even bigger than that. So I'm not stupid enough to try and challenge a bus. That's idiotic Saddiq. I'm not GONNA do it. But it's not just buses. There's a guy and I I know I'm going to have to slow down for the boss and there's a guy on the inside hi to on the outside of the bus. I'm sorry on the outside of the bus on the far lane and the bus who's going forty five or fifty miles an hour into a traffic circle. Which is insane? I suppose supposed to be yielding hundred percents supposed to be yielding. I know that I'm not you know. I'm not a fool so I wait until the appropriate moment and I sit on my Horn so loud hillier. No one in the bus heard it but this guy heard it. This guy heard it. 'cause he turned to his left with terror on his face. Terror or that I was Gonna follow him or something like I wasn't. I was moving to the right but I just wanted to let him know. It is remarkable to me that people are AH courtesy. It's law it it's law you're in there already. You do have the right or even if you go in four miles an hour. You have the right way. It's happening can you tell us we every morning. I grew up on Western avenue right by discern right if I had to go anyplace I had to go around the circle so I really became very adept at navigating that circle but I completely agree with you about the rush hour situation. Don't leave. You're not even looking. They don't care they think they're going straight even take the same route every single day. It's the same Larry. mcmurtry a million years ago wrote a piece about the difference Prince between driving in the District of Columbia and Austin Texas and he said Austin is just paddle to the metal straight ahead all the time whereas whereas in the district. There's this sort of mutual cooperation. Because there's all these traffic circles and people are so understanding of each other and to each other. That was like forty years ago. Not The case anymore to travel the circle. You don't realize that circle time and when I first moved to DC seventy nine eight eight guy came from Pittsburgh and North Carolina. Long straight roads. I came here no circles. Oh my God I eighteen times to spin around sixty nine. Like how do you get out of your the one. You're talking about though the I don't know if it's still true but the speed camera. North of the circle going north on Connecticut used to be one of the most profitable cameras. Because you get get in that circle you want to get out so you are hurtling out. A hot wheel spinner yes. You're not in the circle. I'm in that circle all the time. It's a right of passage if if you grow up in the DMV. And I love trying to challenge Liz to see. Can you handle Chevy Chase Circle and early on you learn depending on how you entered on that Horn it depending on where you enter you have to be in different lanes to make it the most efficient so the one you're talking about you always have to be in the right lane if you're in the left lane entering you're GONNA be stuck behind some student student driver for six cars. You're never gonNA get through and would so I'll raise you one about the bus. I understand that in that instance. I sometimes have to let the bus go and I have to slow down. Even if makes me feel safe because the bus might not be able to get back up to speed to enter the circle. It bothers me when you get onto Connecticut actual going North or South any of the city buses sitting in two lanes because they will end the left lane shuts down because of the Bradley Lane Left. Yeah so you're stuck. You're stuck for nearly of him. I was laughing at you. Bus Drivers hate their lives. Now they're gonNA make your life. I have one more circle for you. Do you ever take Westmoreland circus so that to me is even worse. When you're coming coming out of the curly parkway where people actually go sixty miles to? Yeah because that's a straight road for about three months and the drivers coming in off of Western can get out of sympathy. Don't right-back right back. Here they don't even look to see who's there and trying to do a three lane sweep to get off at mass ash now. The fun part is to go to Europe and then have to navigate. Those are real circle counter clockwise. I could never figure out and wait to do I. One being the Inner Lane Lane. which way am I going? So that was a good open Yeah I mean you know I could talk about the NBA. And I will. I mean in news. Maybe we'll talk about the NBA. But oh I just wanted to also say that we've for the first time ever. We had a phone call waiting for us when we got here. Somebody sit like do we take calls while we can't because we're taped that's not an we don't really have a phone and I don't want to take any calls but to hold on wait wait. Don't tell me really even though it's taped Julio Russ he was waiting not for us nice yes well. He didn't really answer us. We asked him his name. And then we are you waiting for us and then it went into who we are about toss I think he was connected through to one of the ways utterly today really my cable went out at about God. I don't work for comcast six fifteen went out utterly just gone. I had the frozen on Tim. Legwork back with the same problem as you did couldn't hear the sound on. CBS or was it right right. Yeah so then. Everybody laughed at me because I call the Washington imposed by call to find out if this was a trend. If you caught me this is just awful guy. We'll take a break What when we come back? We have Jason Lockenfora. CBS ESOL right. I'm Tony Kornheiser. You're listening to the Tony Kornheiser show. This is the simply safe air. This is brand new copy. I've not seen seen this before simply safe to its credit re- works. It's copy all the time so this is cold. Read simplisafe home. Security's getting commercial grade enterprise level security but for your own home think about the security fortune five hundred companies use. They need to know police are going to be on the scene immediately. 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Tony Tony to save on home security today. SIMPLISAFE DOT com slash. Tony and that was you know how at the end you have to read what they say. That what I threw in that additional. I'll spell it for you. I mean that was me that was out of the goodness of my heart. This is the Tony Kornheiser. Show no Sean O'Brien Fans Kevin Nordli said. You might be interested in some of the songs from my new record. You can't run out of love. Kevin Nordli is responsible for bringing us Kipian mark. That's right now. Yes now. Responsible for Sean. O'Brien this is called the king's she can single this girl Kanada. She can say she's GonNa do two songs for us today. mazing everybody is remarkable again. If you try to make it a music you have no chance is. There's millions of people who are great right. Did you see the quote did she put on on email chieftains This is a cook for says. Wow I Jason Lockenfora joins us from CBS sports. There's a million things to talk about but I find myself and I don't know if I think I represent more than me but I'm not exactly sure but I find myself endlessly fascinated with what Tom Brady is going to do. And whether Tom Brady can go to another team or not and Tom Brady. Eighty is saying look. I'M GONNA listen if you want to talk to me. I'M GONNA listen. What do you think you'll be recruited? Yeah I do I don't think team a League of thirty two teams. I don't think he's going to have you know ten teams chasing him or anything like that. I don't even know if it'll be six or five but you only need one team plus your current one to have a market and he's you gotTa have more than one outside suitor. I could see you know three or four teams at least kicking the tires and several of them having serious intent tint He wants to be known. And I did more reporting on this over the weekend That this isn't a charade you know. He's not looking to have people. People whisper things to him just so he can run back and and you know play Nice with Robert Kraft again. He he's not into you. Know hometown discounts. Right now. He's not into into exclusive negotiating windows and doing something with the Patriots before the start of Free Agency for the first likely only time in his professional career he wants to explore explore the market. He wants to see what other people have determined his value to be. He wants to see what kind of You know foundations can be around him. What what kind of plans there might be for maximizing the final few years of his career? And he's going to send signals back to these parties that hey I I also also get where I am in my career. I know this is my last contract. If you're a team that's new England I can. I can maybe help. Bring some of that culture and that that Uber competitiveness to your locker and I wanNA leave your place better than I got there in other words. I don't want there to be vacuum when I leave. I will help you cultivate and develop all your future quarterback on cognitive wary of in my career. I want to be a mentor. Maybe some of these TV twelve methods. That I believe have made me the player. I am You know the the training regimens the working with the. Tom Houses that the specific sorts of workouts. He does the Avocado ice cream. The whole nine yards right. Maybe part of my legacy can be building sort of. Yeah I won't say a Brady clone but finding somebody who's willing to adopt some of this as well who I can take under my wing for two to three years. who maybe is your Aaron Rodgers to my Brett farve although without all the drama and the you know the knives out in any of that stuff what are the odds that he won't play for the Patriots in your mind? I don't know how to handicap at Tony. I just know that it's a very real possibility. posssibility it is a portal that he's willing to dive into. He's not just GonNa stick a toe in you know. Let a couple of voters whisper something in his ear and then and say oh no no. I'm a Patriot for life. He will I'm told he will be meticulous and He there will be a process that they follow and it'll be them evaluating thing me evaluating them and at the end of the day. I'm GonNa look at everything in its totality opportunity. A opportunity be opportunity. See and what I haven't Foxborough and then I'm going to make a decision that's best for me and my family as to where I want to end my career Couldn't lead back to foxborough absolutely. It's not going to be a straight line. It's not going to be linear that. That path will meander. It'll how some curves and some detours and I don't know that he frankly knows where it's going because he's almost twenty years into this and he's never gone down this road before he's never even remotely entertained. And I mean you talk to people that organization and IT IS A. It's incredibly weird for them to have not been playing football in mid January let alone February and be it is sort of maddening for them into not know how to start. Lay out laying out an off season plan because they literally for the first time since he became a starting quarterback aren't sure who their starters I heard what you said about building that Brand and taking somebody under his wing boy. He doesn't strike me as that kind of guy I mean. I'm not saying a bad guy or anything like that. But he strikes me as a guy who does his own regimen. It's always worked for him. He strikes me as probably insys the crazies pop psych probably rather intolerant of someone. Who doesn't do it his way because his methods of always worked for him he just doesn't strike me as somebody particularly truly welcoming? Maybe I'm wrong I think at times there may have been a institute where he felt threatened although I never got the sense that he was doing anything to Garoppolo the way that far. Sort of like Charlie. No tried to kill the building right right like could there be passive aggressive stuff. That goes on. Oh I think so because you know Tom's very type A.. And and he he is he your point he he knows is what works for him and he's going to do what he has to do for him All the time. I think a big part of that is because he also knows that if my best in the teams that my best but at this point age forty-three forty-three entertaining jumping off. Cliffs and Land Splash. God knows where I think he's going in without the blinders on. He's going in understanding that. Hey Hey When it went for Peyton manning it went really quickly and they they need to have a security blanket you know and this is as as much as all these reps are going to be about you as our starter and being the best team we can be today? We don't know how many tomorrow's we have with you and and so I think he's. He's he's got he's got a different a little bit of a different world view about this whole experience. Then I think he would you know if you compare it to the last ask sixteen off seasons with head you know with this with this with this very narrow focus about this is my version of the Patriot way. And here's how I'm gonNA live out every day my off season at every practice and every training regimen so that you know that works for me. Yeah the the I understand the brady stuff in the sense that it's really fascinating for people because Brady has been to nine super bowls and won six. which will never be repeated? I wouldn't think but the stunner to me. Yesterday was Philip. Philip Rivers Philip rivers what. I'm just laughed. Look I started reporting on this late November early the December when I was getting very strong signals that these sides were not long for each other anymore. And that all the turnovers. There's and SORTA Phillips another guy like he he he's he's beloved and a lot of ways but he's also one of these sort of psycho intense competitors who his personality his style of communication. It can wear you down and it was starting to wear people down in the building hoping it's like okay man like if your top five ranked quarterback and you're top five and touchdowns and not interceptions. Then we're good with all that that but that's not you anymore and that's not who you've been for awhile and you still think you're this gunslinger but you're coming up short and people are jumping your routes. What's and we're playing from behind Anthony? Lynn is a very much a sort of an old school. I want to establish the run. I WANNA play defense. And if we have a star quarterback that's great he could be a star but he's not playing like star anymore. He's a problem. And what is he going to be moving forward and then I as much as that team will try to tell you. It's just football. It's just put what business never just football. They're moving into a stadium in downtown. La in Inglewood and he's still living in San Diego you know and you WanNa do to it. Whatever two and the half hours in your car every day and your Philip rivers from three or four years ago? Great but you know if if you're in your car all day now and you lied. You know you're up there. Jameis Winston instant and picks and you're a free agent and we don't know what direction we're going and we need to really Kinda start marketing this team and do we have any fans in La like if we do reselling them and reselling them this quarterback and where are we going. Aren't we there. They just all these factors led to a natural crossroads here To where again I I. I have not thought for several months now and none of my reporting has led me to believe that there was going to be another contract for rivers with the chargers. And if you saw his press conference at the end of the season I think he was starting to understand that that was the case as well I think Indianapolis with Frank Reicher Coachie knows very well could be something that the colts will consider and that could be a match and I'd also say and I'm not saying this because he's now living in Florida I don't think geography matters but Tampa Bay has a a lot of weapons there. Bruce Arians is very close with Ken. whisenhunt wasn't hunt coach rivers in in San Diego and then in Los Angeles There's a strong relationship there and I think this is kind of like. We're we're Bruce. Arians was late in his cardinals. Ten year. where it's like? Do I want to be drafted a quarterback back in the second or third round or I'm going to get a veteran who can win with right now and he went and Got Carson Palmer and James is going to cost a lot of money and James says younger with more upside than Philip You you could. You could rent Philip for one year a lot cheaper than you know that non exclusive franchise tag that exclusive franchise tag all Jameis Winston sits. It's wonderful I didn't expect rivers thing just dropped on us. I had absolutely no idea as obviously done in Santiago or of which I keep calling San Diego but Los Angeles but I thought I. I looked at the three franchises in Florida and each one of them could use a quarterback each one of them. Yeah Yeah and I think at this stage you know. I don't know that Philip looking at Jacksonville. You know you're even Miami given how much they're rebuilding but you look at Tampa Bay and you've got you know potentially two tight ends You you've got to great receivers. They don't have much of a running game but I mean there's running backs in the draft after every year who make an immediate impact and look the way he wants to keep pushing the ball downfield. The way he plays. Football is very much in the mold. Of what Bruce Arians looks for. I let me get to a larger super bowl kinds of questions in the first most obvious question is this and you believe mahomes looked like the last two weeks he. He's he's clearly truly special and he I I I don't know what the NOCCO there's knocks on him. I please please tell me what they are. I mean I'm sitting there watching him play with Phil Simms and Si- sit in boomers like he goes like kids. Never had a bad game like we're over two years into this just like he might have some games where he he's you know very good. He might have some games. Where he's you know special? He might have some games where he's transcended but that's that's sort of the the gauge right like it doesn't go from like horrible Horrible bad average above average it starts at like very good those two hall of fame transcended you know He. His worst days are not that bad. He has never done anything in a game in which he was healthy. That didn't help his team win. A football game and and as the sample size grows it kind of and and as it grows in the postseason that just gets more and more striking everybody in a bad day except for Patrick Mahomes. There's a statistic statistic that I used yesterday on the show. He started thirty five games for Kansas City. They've won twenty seven of them in the eight that they've lost it. Lost Awesome by a total of thirty five points. Never more than seven. Which means Jason? This kid keeps you in the game all the time. Yeah and and when he's not keeping you in the game he's he's going out and single winning winning at four you. With twenty seven yard touchdown runs and what he does under pressure and the no look passes. I mean you you basically. We'd go into a game against a healthy chief team knowing you've got a score to the mid thirties to have a chip a choice. So it's kind of like we talked about. I'd have a chance. We talked about it last week. Kind of previewing the championship games. And I'm like I. I just think kyle's going to eat petain's lunch because You know that's one where he's going to run outside zone until you stop it and that could be a mismatch and and the other one. I'm like the Tennessee. You know they played Baltimore. Nice offense not a crazy good passing attack. They played New England. They've got nothing any re- doesn't care about his running game with this quarterback he will throw himself to a big lead and then run it on you. And what does that do to Derrick Henry. It takes them out of the game and and at some point mahomes will go on his eater. You're right and it started at seventeen seven the week before that it started at twenty four nothing but once she goes on it. How do you stop them? And by the time you do slow down. It's usually usually too late and I and I think in both those games that sort of you know that that's sort of how it played out and so now you spin it forward and it's like Kyle Shanahan I I'm I can't wait to see his office of game plan because that will be the most important thing because he knows in the back of his mind is good as my defense is my defense is the best football. We're not holding this guy on this stage under thirty like it's probably not happening. So how do we get the thirty five before they do. Thank you Jason. It's a great pleasure while the time. Thank you for being all shy. Pleasure guys enjoy while since age or the Super Bowl. We still got another week. Yeah say hi to copper for us. Well thank you guys Jason Lockenfora. It's just he's these. These are all all these stories that we talk about. Not Not Picking Games all the stories. He's he's in the middle of all the stories. Can Rita's stuff. It's really terrific. We'll take a break. 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The name of this record is you can't run out of love. I I would suggest to just go out and buy awfully good. It always reminds me of Blake Shelton. Who wants he says? Here's what you need to know about Nashville. I know she's not national. But here's what needs to know bills any waitress Chris any bartender. Any busboy can sing right. Play better the the quantity of talent. What stunning really is remarkable? Ktar News Big Day for the NBA s today. Of course none bigger than that first match. which had the wizards taking on the Pistons in the wizards the punishment bowl judges throughout the district of Columbia? Said you are. You've been found guilty. You must go. Watch the Pistons at the wizards this afternoon and the wizards win about that Bradley. Abiola now past. Wes unseld as the fourth leading scorer of all time with the wizards. Do we know who the top three are. I'M GONNA assume Elvin Hayes is one of them but I don't know the others. I don't know I didn't see it in the story and he doesn't seem to play that much. So how did he get. I can't imagine it's Bradley. Beal a John Wall. Rather I can't imagine it's Gilbert Arenas but maybe it is. I just don't know who's who Kevin Porter I don't think it was Kevin Porter most importantly they play defense. Yeah yeah they. They held the other team. They held the other team to just one hundred points. The team without its best player. And Elvin Hayes Number Jeff Malone okay. John Wall Wow already John Wall already okay so there you go okay any. I mean it was an interesting game with. Something's does the Celtics one hundred. Thirty five on the Lakers and beat the Lakers who I think in a back to back at A Kemba Walker had played twenty eight games in in his life against Lebron James and various places in had lost them all and now he finally won one. That was interesting. I guess the rockets lose again hard and Miss Sixteen ecksteen threes. Someone's getting fired. There was getting fired. Mike d'antoni and or Darrell. Maurier getting fired there. I don't know that they'll pull the trigger trigger on Maury this soon. They might till after the playoffs and if they go out early they'll just say we know you tried hard. It just didn't work and we're out because they got a new owner their new owner who expend a lot of money. His name is fatigued. I spent a tremendous amount of money. I don't know is there anything on Damian Lillard got sixty one. Yeah I mean little got sixty one blazers beat the the warriors who everybody beats the warriors worries at ten thirty five. They'll probably get the number one and number two pick a win for the next twenty years but on the crawl. It said that the set a record on Martin Luther King Day that that's foolishness. This is foolishness. You don't stop you know it's like when people talk about great Monday night to prevent stop. It's game around an NBA question. How did the Milwaukee Bucks get to be so good because we you often not me? I know nothing about this but you often talk about. There's a really really a good player. He wants to be in New York. WANTS TO BE AN LA wants to be in Miami and the big media market. So how did they get good players. And how does Milwaukee do so well because antidote. Combo is still on his rookie contract. And he hasn't had the opportunity to go into free agency at where he may move or may not move. I have absolutely no idea. But they got so good. Because he's great God and so people around him are able to play with the confidence that they have great player around them. Then cover up their mistakes and he gets. He seems to get better every year. He's really really good song to call his best ball. Mr Tony the number one team. The New Number One team Baylor Beats Oklahoma yesterday. Sixty one fifty seven four fifteenth consecutive win. How did they get to be number one? How did they get ahead of Gonzaga question? You're the newsman. That's why I've asked you when I think the team is looking into No I mean this year were I mean you know anything about Baylor coach Baylor. I do not know anything. I know. Coaching Baylor Art Art Browse was the football coach. That's right WHO's watched. There was multiple. Rapes believed lack of institutional control. Some years back at banner some player murdered another player. Yes I know Taylor is troubled school. Oh my God now they have the number one now. The women's team won last year. They and they were great But Baylor doors and Ken Starr down there. WOAH riles implicated in. I mean Baylor being number one I think. One of the Druze coaches ts drew. Yeah but I mean it's it's remarkable because if I wouldn't I wouldn't feel comfortable going to Baylor plane at Baylor with all these terrible things happen but okay you know good for them. They'll lose this at some point. We'll be old. There's no if there is any lesson that we've learned and I know nothing about the the colored season yet. It's that do not pick chuck in the tournament this year is it's GonNa be lots of lots of upsets football. Macedonian said Chan Gailey is coming out of retirement the offensive coordinator for the Miami told. Normally we wouldn't talk about this because it's really stupid loop in it doesn't really matter but the reason I'm bringing this up as Chang daily sixty seven years old and had been retired and now he was offered a job with Miami to be the offensive coordinator. Miami's not a very good team at all. They're they're a bad team in fact but if you look around on teams in the NFL all the coordinators were head coach. Somewhere at some point I mean you never out you never out someone will reach out and hire you how much you get paid as coordinator. Probably two million million and a half to two minutes shocker to the amateur sports sports fans of the World Wide Web disarray week or so ago. It's a ton of money. You think. Only the coaches get the big salaries no no corners like Jack Del. Rio was a head coach and now. He's the coordinator Cordinator of defense for the new Washington redskins administration under Ron Rivera. See Bill Callahan. Jason Garrett is the offensive offensive coordinator on the giants. The giants fired Pat Shurmur. He became the offensive coordinator. I think Denver. I mean they just you know you when you get to the level where you were on head coach for any length of time and you get key and someone brings you up. Someone says hey you can you can work with me. I think he was last. His most. Recent work was with jets offensive offensive coordinator job. Two Thousand Sixteen. So he's GonNa terrible and he got fired and rehired Some potentially troubling news for the Washington nationals Max v signs of the braves. Now it's a minor league deal. Wow if if he were to get it together that would be Something to watch for in the least so he he. He was with Seattle his whole career and he was the Cy Young Award winner in the American League in two thousand ten last year. He was horrendous. He was like one in eight one. Eight six four hundred a year. I turn to our nats expert here. Michael Kornheiser when I saw this this sent fear into my bones that the braves who are the best team team in in the division and have been for a couple of years. I know they win. The World Series right with the best last two years but you know if this guy can pitch again. He was great pitcher. He's not nearly as old as you'd think so. It's like thirty thirty four fighting for your number five spot would you. What would you do if you saw him at say getaway game one thirty? Everyone's forgetting about it. And he goes out there and show throws like a one one hitter. Yeah I know but the entire division is loaded with with top tier pitching talent. So are you more corporate. Let's say he let's say he has a comeback. Are you more prepared to go against him. Just because you're going against the MET staff every couple of weeks as well th this division has been the most fascinating to watch now for two built on pitching and frankly yeah I would be nervous day of when you're going against him but the division is still going to be one with ninety plus wins. You've obviously seen this past last year. The wildcard does not mean. You're out of anything so that you're not that worried about it. He was he was a the Kinda guy who would go out there and he had no hit stuff every time he pitched for like four or five years for Seattle. He was that good and in the east he never see their games. We call Dave Sims and ask them how good this guy was and because he he you know broadcast to Seattle Games. Who's Great God or are you following? What's going on with our Nado does in terms of baseball? They're not going to get rid of and furious. He's feeling disrespected by the team. And it looks like in particular the GM yet when he just say that there's a whole third base with the Washington nationals channels. And what they were prepared to give to Anthony Ramdan they would give to Nolan. Our auto empty wanted it. And you just be worried about the the splits now if you were to say come east but a home and away. Yeah because he played in Colorado all is yours is a great fielder. He's he's a top he's the number one third baseman in the league and has been for five years. That's right Yeah one or two but he was always the just ahead of Rangoon. Yes just had a random and from what I gathered my. He was not just upset that he was a mentioned in trade rumors. I think is quote with something like No. It goes much deeper than that so I would. Yeah wouldn't be surprised if he may be. Maybe it's like Trent Williams. Maybe they did something that. He just found intolerable. Maybe he's upset over Meg's it maybe and speaking of sue exit. Well we we have information areas. Now gone to Canada be reunited the United without she and Meghan They there's been some some talk about the titles. What they will still have? They're not going to be referred to as in. HR HR is Royal Highness. Her Royal Ohio's like get rings right. Apparently the queen was considering stripping them of of those titles as Duke and Duchess Duchess of Sussex and giving them what was going to name him the earl of Dumbarton. And then Megan would be the Countess of gumboots not count and Countess. It's early Countess. I guess yes I like Nigel. Maybe you know who holds this job. But the Garter King of arms also known simply as Garter principal advisor on the title so now now this this kerfuffle over the titles go to the Gardner yet at some What's his name? It's a novel I think is yeah. He's a nice blouse gets gets into cups through so we thought Tory and I were talking before the show is Torii has a healthy contempt for Megan. I think that's fair to say You know when I just just stand around and go. She's an actress is a cocktail stick. But we were talking about the fact that you know. You don't have to make this big deal about what you're doing. Nobody has heard from Prince Edward. Is that his name right. The other nobody's ever haven't heard him thirty years. Nobody knows what he does where he lives is nobody knows you can you. Can you can hide. And they have to go to Canada. You'll have to go to L. You have to do this. They have royal duties but they still manage to do it the spotlight. They seem didn't seem what would Meghan wanted. I'm sorry the the Duchess of Sussex Well well Samantha Markle because the family situation. She's the half sister of Meghan I don't know she wrote an OP. Ed for some on paper and in England for the sun rather And was just my sister has ripped through the fat royal family like a Tornado. Their objective is fame. Amen Fortunate to be Hollywood. I love my sister but I do not like the person she has become. There's lots of I love my sister sad. Yeah that's San Dan. Yeah so but apparently the reason why the Queen did not make them. The the earl of Dumbarton account s was because they felt it would be too petty so they said well we. We don't WANNA look bad and all this but we're the first four letters at Dumbarton maybe off because they made that website the Sussex. Excuse me that's going to be an issue because they've already trademarked that with about one hundred different items Royal Sussex DOT COM or whatever. Are they allowed to do that. Well well I guess they all but I think I think the Queen Charles and will's role like who you're doing. Nicest trashy bloody prints and Sascha real good segment android. That we'll have all guy we have nothing we really don't. There's nothing to talk about Zimmerman. Amazing go back to that call if we could just call random people are. I've got more traffic circles. We'll get out of here. Tony Kornheiser this is the Tony Kornheiser show Guy Radio Day. Birds says Mr Tambourine Dan Marino man. What's the matter? I just said something that I was a famous on air. I hope I didn't hear it. Okay I didn't have you Mike. Okay okay thank you. Can I go back to all these. Birds is at the time Roger mcguigan. WHO changed his name into Jim mcguigan or something like that Gene Clark? Chris Hillman David Crosby. And and I'M GONNA blame Michael Michael Two guys named Clark and Chris. Did you say Chris Hillman. Yeah burner great absolutely great nineteen sixty five. That's right they recorded on this date and sixty five just tremendous Get some Dylan songs. They get very respectfully but they did them with the sort of the most recognizable guitar work. I mean you knew when the birds you you you knew the new Birdsong 'cause it was always sounded. It's all well. It sounded like there were fifty guitars. Playing they're all playing the exact same notes and it was wonderful. Why are we doing this? They recorded on this. I love. It's a fantastic song. They recorded on this date in nineteen sixty five and according to the legend. They were reluctant to do it. Well this is Dylan asking to translate. And then they did a version of it and they invited Dylan and listen to it and he said wow you can dance to that so he was really enthusiastic as okay. This is good. We'll we'll continue on with it. It hit number one. It became the first Bob Dylan written song to hit number one on any chart so And it I mean you guys would know better than I do when they say it really paved the away for like folk rock. Yeah they were the first and then like eighty seven bands followed some of which were even better than the birds. I mean that was a big deal but the virgil great. Great so How is the podcast last night? How was chatter on books? It was good. Thank you for asking. Goes there David. was there Jamie McIntyre filled in and we had pre taped an interview with Claiborne Carson. Who runs the Martin Luther King stood at Stanford and I was the person who was tapped by Chris King to assemble all of? MLK's papers right autobiography. He was pretty fascinating And then the mayor of Gaithersburg Jordache Moose Interesting Guy For whom the mayor job is a part time job which stuns me. 'cause they're eighty seventy eighty thousand people in Gaithersburg But he does the Gaithersburg Book Festival and it was good. We did some MLK remembrances. We talked about books. It gets checked out more than any other books in the library. What's number one book checked out of New York Public Library? What she guests over for the history of the New York Public Library kilobytes humor? No nope mocking birds on the list. Back for more cash. Yeah exactly exactly Snowy Day yeah how. He was dominated by kids books. Right Michael it gets books. Loves lovely fast. Yeah okay Can we talk about the guy that the guitar player. Oh yes just read the story for people Singer Songwriter David. Only I had parents that had commerce seventy I enjoy died while performing on Sunday and I just want to read the description of Not Not died like he was bad. Right die worry out there man. I died amy rigby. Who was on horse? Yes we sitting next to him onstage. This was at the singer's festival res- Festival in Santa Rosa Beach Floors Song. He's not just professionally. It's been performance whole life. Oh life she said I did Miss Ruby. He was very still sitting upright with his guitar. And wearing the coolest hat and a beautiful rough suede jacket. We laughed about because raining outside the boathouse. We're we're playing. I just wanted to picture B. as graceful dignified as it was because it I looked like he was just taking a moment. David was playing a song when he paused said. I'm sorry. Put his chin to his chest. He never dropped. His guitar fell off his stool. It was easy and gentleness he was he just passed away right there on stage just say is that I'm sorry I mean it's not great because you go a little longer but you go without pain. It's rightly grill with doing exactly what you WanNa do and you say I'm sorry like it's just remarkable weird story very weird story. Got A lot of play in the last couple of days I have a story to tell people and involve don't don't say I'm sorry involvement in CPR and awhile. It involves my son Rut row so yesterday I was talking on the phone with Michael and I found out that the baby henry the hammer has two teeth. I just just SORTA casually found this out because Carol said the baby has teeth and I said wow. Nobody told me that the baby has teeth and so lists I got on the phone and said we were over there last week. You saw him and I said actually I didn't really see him. He was being wheeled around in in the carriage because she wanted him to go to sleep and they were it was pretty cold and there were blankets over him. I never actually saw him. I I take for granted that he was being. He was there but I didn't see his face. I didn't see his teeth. I didn't see anything like that so I didn't know about his teeth. Okay right is that fair so far so far yes so then and we're on the phone we're talking back and forth and I hi ask Michael is he got teeth as he crawling. Is he crawling. Ready and Michael says well. He's yeah he's crawling. He's not really crawling rolling in the classic sense with his hands with his body boosted up. But it's like an army crow army crawl hips into on the ground and sort of moving around really really does that. He does that. Michael Said Yeah and then Michael talked about the fact that he's now going to the baby boy. Booties toys crawling to them. Trying trying to take the toys and won't last long really lays down full-body across him. No Henry no okay so then I say this is the best part of the story so then I say to Michael. Wow if if he's crawling he's and he's got teeth breath he's GonNa pull himself up soon and Michael says well. I think that's going to be a little while. And then Liz takes the phone away from Michael and she says this because you had the same conversation two weeks ago. Exactly the same conversation when you said said if he's crawling he's going to get ups and you said all of these words. You had this conversation. Don't you remember and I went. No I don't remember. Were any of it any of it. What are we to make of this? I am now in the rinse. Repeat Cycle of my life. I didn't WanNA number on a good topic. I think you'll find so much joy little miracles of these little creatures. I remember all words to all the songs still and I know where my keys are. What's a good start? Yeah but what are you the worst part about this is I didn't remember I either and I've just had the same conversation with you so many times and there's two times of day when you're driving to PTI every single to the second our. If I lose you I'll call you back and go okay. He's in the park. He's like okay. So we you lost and we'll call you back and then on the way home for bt is you're crossing the bridge and and I've had this conversation with you sober times. It is rinse and repeat and it makes me think of there was one time I was coming back from a hockey camp. This was before for I got cut by the team coach and we had Moore's story there we had a seth Your your cousin seth that's Shelley's oldest boy and he was talking about grandma Shirley right now at that point Santa's probably twelve years old. Doing whatever boy would do at the time which is he just holds the phone off and basically every couple of you know thirty seconds or just nods on. Yeah Great Grandma. Yeah no totally. And that's that is where we are with you on the phone and yeah I'm just babbling and they wait for me to be done but don't you think when you're doing something else like driving and you're having a conversation you're not fully committed to that conversation you're fully committed or more committed to the driving until you're saying Jones and listening and responding to things but you're not really engaged. VAT that may very well be true but I mean I also have had the exact same conference because I always say. Wow if he's crawling around he's going to be picking up soon right. I mean that's what's going to happen just remember is my dad. Likes to say never if you get worried that you're getting older and you're forgetting things this and that don't worry if you forget where your keys are but worry if you don't know what therefore so you so far you know what your car. And he's a four so far away from that going back to the top of the story this is maybe this is just second kids kids stuff but there is the question of delivery of sort of milestone events to grandparents aunts uncles. And all that because you and mom had more issue with how you found out that Henry had two of his front teeth because you felt that you should have been told personally I no I mean I was just sorta thrilled about it. You know yeah I mean it was like I should have been told personally maybe to some degree but I was delighted to find out and and I just wondered. Why didn't know this? I I got a text about. Nineteen you get the text I got the pictures of the two terminals video. I just want to read need a passage to you and see if this has any impact. Okay open a door. To a new world of possibilities you'll discover a place of great serenity. It's also great vibrancy place steeped to reveal tradition yet perfectly in tune with as side it is inside and how about this coming up tomorrow. They have an open house from four to six wine and order along with valet parking. Why like Valet parking mixing speaking of the giant closed? Yeah the giant joint over by clydes not far from here. Yeah one where everybody from English side comes on the little veins it's closed so so close forever is going to be replaced. The rumors of Harris Teeter whereas T- to that's right. That was the rumor. Yes Oh there is another rumor that it could be an Amazon grocery store. They think they're people but you might have to be an Amazon prime member to get access to the good stuff how they would do that in a supermarket they they would have like a concierge level of supermarket where you need to be a member as legal so that's a good question for all. I'm an Amazon prime member and when I go to whole foods which I do yes but they have certain specials every week and you put your phone own with its icon up on the scanner and you get the discussed the cup and getting swordfish. You know half price practically halibut. I am you know I'm too old. I don't I can't do this. Self the grid yet said really is I mean. I'm not that I would go into a whole foods but just like a couple of weeks weeks ago I made the tremendous mistake of on my phone at said. We'll send you Gillette products for free. And I got very excited. And I filled out the forms and now I get six thousand emails a day for free or discounted products and as was pointed out to me by almost everyone has heard the story. You can afford Gillette products. It's a rainy day. We couldn't play golf to look on your face. You're so happy now. I never got them. I never I got so afraid with all all of the volume of email I got an. I probably have had this conversation before and I just was unaware of it so we'll take a break. Nonni mass home laugh. My family. My word forever Shot I choose my addiction. The Kid Tom just oh Read awesome. Yeah Fan when Chad gets the prayed for pure through the key Again Yeah And take me to the me. We can go on along the way that win. We were Alan Free Long for those days. Let's dance all Down A will be UH. ooh I WANNA get dressed up. I want you WanNa put the some fun evidence on Caputo they. Let's dance homecoming down forever a A to fish. Ah let's dance on down all manual. 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But then i started thinking about and reading about a particular nineteen seventy two film titled frogs. And when i looked into and realized this this is a movie that is set in florida it was filmed in florida in its entirety. this is the film. We have to do this. This is our first nature strikes back film. But it's also our first florida film. I think it's our first nature strikes back now. I can't think of another one. But i find it hard to believe. We've made it this far on weird house cinema without doing nature strikes back movie. The the classic Nature strikes back movie has won Sort of giant animal. That represents the nature's revenge against humanity. For i don't know for having cities or for polluting nature or something like that for for doing something that is Violating the sanctity of the natural world. And then we're punished by monsters. This movie has more of a distributed strike back policy. Yeah that's right. Yeah i would say had nature strikes back films tend to swarm route or a war by champion route but this was a huge deal especially in the seventy s this is the decade. Gave us piranha prophecy. That's a mutant Bear film alligator grizzly empire of the ants. The swarm killer bees willard. That's a wrap bien orca. That's a killer whale movie worm. That's an earthworm movie. That's that's a georgia movie though. Maybe we'll come back to that eventually. And of course we also got jaws out of this so out of nature strikes back. The summer blockbuster itself was born okay. Yeah so i would say with jaws. I'm i don't particularly see the element of like Humor humanity provoking the thing. Like you know you. Seeing jaws would be very different movie if it started by showing like radioactive barrels in the surf and then everything else was the same. So i i think in jaws jaws weirdly is like the best movie of the bunch but it's also like the least defensible from a moral view because it's just like well this sharks just It's just an animal but it's huge in bad. Yeah but yeah. There are so many movies like this. And i was actually just thinking while you were listening those movies there. Have you ever seen the william shatner tarantula attack movie kingdom of the spiders. I don't think i've seen in its entirety. But i'm sure. I caught part of it on. Tnt back in the day or something. I was trying to remember if that one has any element of like nature. Being the spiders are provoked by humanity in any way or if they just start you know multiplying out of nowhere. Yeah i guess. In general you might think of nature strikes back films sort of being the cinematic outpouring of the public awakening to the damage that we are doing to the planet and it's natural environments the creatures and the various species that make it up though given that we're dealing with genre films and often be pictures. It's it's sort of a Often get the impression it's kind of a sense of like Oh well let's explore this so we don't have to think about anymore you know. Or here's the revenge. okay now. we're good now. it can go back to the polluting ways. Yeah i would say that it actually comes in a couple of waves so you see something. This like a precursor to nature strikes back films in the nineteen fifties. But there it's all atomic panic like the The the contaminating human behaviour that precipitates the giant animal attack is some kind of a nuclear testing. Its nuclear research nuclear. Waste dumping nuclear weapons testing And you know. For quite understandable reasons that was on people's mind in the nineteen fifties There is a shift in the nineteen sixties. away from the the contamination being nuclear in nature being primarily chemical in nature and. I think this probably had something to do with silent. Spring came out in the sixty s and that sort of alerted people to ideas about pesticides and other chemical contamination of nature so the the strain of nature strikes back movies. You start seeing in the sixties and seventies. I think is more like that. There's like pollution of various kinds. There's smog there's something gross running out of a pipe and then you get giant alligators that eat people or something. Yeah and i would say that ultimately the film we're gonna discuss today. Frogs is. It's probably one of the more intelligent versions of this in that. It is not a single incident causing a single incident of nature strikes. Back it is. We as we grow to learn throughout the film seems to be a global reaction to not a specific event or even a specific specific technology but to our way of life and in that it ultimately is is perhaps more nuanced commentary on on our relationship with the natural world. Yeah i like it. It's the way i was thinking of. It was bio maximum overdrive. Yeah oh yeah. I i read somewhere wasn't in reference to maximum overdrive but i know stephen king saul frogs and fan of it. I think i now remember what it was. It was something about. When he was writing the shining he was trying to decide between doing topiary animals and a hedge maze uh-huh and frogs was what convinced him that it needed to be topiary animals chasing people like you look around in their animals everywhere i guess. What was the other option. You said topiary animals and a hedge maze but the book has because he doesn't the book have both. I mainly remember the topiary animals. Okay from the book. i don't remember there being. It's been a long time. I was based kid when the shining. Tammy to I i believe it was lacking maze. Or at least the maze was not the the threat and then kubrick and his adaptation decided to go full maze. That makes sense. Okay yeah but the topiary animals The bushes that are shaped like lions and stuff that literally like they come after danny in the book attack him and somehow lewis. Frogs helped inspire king to go in the The the animal bush direction very good very good choice stephen. Okay so i guess the we've done enough set up hit the trailer audio flor- florida's natural wildlife Rebels against humanity in as early seventies environmental horror film Lift let's hear that audio suppose. Nature gave a war and everybody came the snake the very the lizards and frogs and suppose that the polluters the specie on it called man were the enemy in that i still believe man is master and then suppose that the human race loss is. Oh yeah that's that's so good. I'm going to grab my thermos here of florida tap water that had brought back from the beach. Delicious all right. Well let's talk about some of the people involved in this film. Let's start where we tend to to start a start talking about the director It it is a canadian director this time. Which on one hand you might say. Well why not a floridian date flirty and not directing this thing. But then on the other hand i feel like it makes sense that a canadian would come to florida. And perhaps that would that would enable the slight leaning into the the ravenous floridian wildlife. You know not that. You don't have some pretty rough and buggy environment. Canada certainly do But i don't know in my back of my mind. I'm thinking like here's this. This canadian director. George mccowan showing up. And he's just like oh my god. This place is hellish. This is the perfect setting. It seems like the wild the wilderness trying to consume me at all times right. Mosquitos the size of humming birds. Just like gators at every turn you can imagine the the like a sort of the anthropologists level of distance and removed from the from looking at florida like that But but also with with an added sense of horror in this. Lush wet humid environment. That's full of beasts. Yeah because i. I love florida and florida has tremendous wildlife. But i've i've gone on. Nature walks in the heat of the summer in florida. Before and it is it is. It is a kind of frightening at times. Oppressive might be a better word. You know sometimes. This movie has a ridiculous amount of like large tetrapod animals In various scenes. Like a number of frogs. That i'm sorry implausible. But that's okay but but the the other end of it is that it doesn't have enough in there like scenes where people are eating outdoors and it's july in florida and they're not being swarmed by insects. You don't see anything. Yeah yeah. I couldn't find anything about when they exactly this in florida. It is set on the july fourth weekend or something. But there's no way this is. This is july in florida like again like you said these scenes would people outside. They were just be bugs everywhere. Like you wouldn't be able to film it. They must they must have filmed this in one of the cooler months for sure. There's not a steady like sheen of sweat on all the actors at all times. Oh yeah that's funny too. Yeah they're all they're all relatively dry except when they're supposed to be wet from having fallen in in the disgusting lake water. Yes but okay. So who. who's this guy. george mccowan. The director he lived nineteen twenty seven through nineteen ninety-five. He did a lot of tv work. He also directed the nineteen seventy nine. I five film the shape of things to come starring jack talents. I think i watched a rift track version of this. I've were maybe it was something else. I i've seen this when one form or another Just makes me think of the the line in the mortal kombat movie. The paul w s anderson one from the ninety s. Where we're shang songs says now for a taste of things to come. You remember that scene. The yeah the drums going and the guy with the sock on his head gets shattered. It's a great great sample too. So here's the main thing i knew. Mcgowan from he directed lot of all the episodes of the canadian broadcasting series seeing things which ran on cbc from nineteen eighty one through one thousand nine hundred eighty seven and as a kid in canada. I remember watching this show with my family. Basically a murder mystery of the week show. With a with a psychic reporter doing all of the crime solving it and i clicked through to this on bb. I've never seen this. But the immediately just showed me a gigantic picture of the guy from scanners yup louisville grandba- canadian actor best known that bald moustachioed guy who's head gets blown up in that one scene blown up by johnson not john saxon My firing cycle ironside. Yeah both very strong names. You know but But yeah he was also he was also in this show and was one of the creators of this. This series seeing things It had a really snazzy theme song. That's the main thing i remember from cornell as a kid and i was trying to figure this out scanners and seeing things. Both debuted in nineteen eighty-one both about psychics. Both with this same actor. But i don't know how the connective tissue between the two shows work always kind of assumed that this head blew up and scanners. And he's like i can turn this into a six a season series on cbc and pitched it as such. I suspect that might be how it went. But i don't know the timing is very close way. There's no heads blowing up in the show is just. He would be playing a psychic of some kind humane. Yeah he would like try and solve a mystery and then he'd get a like a premonition he'd get like vision and then he'd keep solving the mystery and then there'd be another vision that seemed to be how things worked and i remember digging it for some reason as a child that i was i was like in kindergarten. Way if he's a psychic reporter. How does that work at the newspaper. Like can he just get a vision and then report that in his column or does he have to source it. Somehow you've gotta you gotta get a second source on that. I think that's the standard Ap route to take all right writers on this piece getting back to back frogs here robert hutchison and robert blee not much to report here but please wrote a bit for tv project ufo. And he wrote. Dr fives rises against. That's worth noting. I think several listeners have asked us to feature dr fives on weird house at some point. So yeah maybe we'll have to come back and take it all right but but let's get to the let's get to the the main beefcake in this This particular movie well. It's our hero The character's name is it smith and he has played by the one the only the stranger. sam elliott. That is right. Yes oh. Sam elliott born in one thousand nine forty one very much still active in getting oscar nominations and the lichen in recent years but at this picture he was only thirty one years old he was just full of handsome and swagger occasionally shirtless and comp- with no moustache whatsoever. So if you're afraid of seeing. Sam elliott without a moustache. I guess you might want to steer clear of this picture. But there's nothing to be afraid of. He's still he's still the sam elliott. You know and love. He's still got that charm. He's got that swagger. He was previously in a string before this using a string of tv movies and tv series. He had a bit role in one thousand. Nine hundred thousand nine. Butch cassidy and the sundance kid as as card player number two But this was of his His early starring roles. He's so handsome in this movie. It's hilarious yeah. I mean he's just he's just really cool in the film like he's there are a lot of other performances in the film. That are maybe a little bit more mixed. Either there too hammy or their Their to dry. You know there are a little bit to non actually But elliott just strives with confidence through this picture and you buy everything he saying every scene. He's in he. He helps cold the film together. there really are no characters with any complexity in this movie but i would say that the characterizations in a very shallow horror movie way very fun. They're like good in that. Two dimensional sense. Or what's the term there at one dimensional sense like it doesn't have character complexity but it has very well drawn shallow horror characters. Yeah sam elliott is not a cowboy in this Nor is he a philosophic balancer in nineteen thousand. Nine hundred roadhouse but he is a freelance photographer photographer. And in that is it's kind of like being a cowboy so he still has that that of free range in vibe when it works. Yeah yeah. he's a loner. He doesn't need anybody's help. He's the strong silent type. I mean he most of his lines in this movie. Barely register on. If you were to look an audio graham of them you know the character says something to sam elliott and he's like Yeah yeah yeah yeah the bid monotone gas but but yet there's still a lot of personality. They're he's able to pull it off. Where whereas i mean. That's that's probably the key here. That's why he went on to become such a cinematic icon i. He's just got like pyramids of charisma. Yeah so we should know that he's really bust out all the the nineteen seventy two fashions in this one. I spend a lot of the time in the film. Strolling around in an all dim wardrobe denham. Long-sleeve shirt denim pants. No belt and the pants are just are so tight that he's essentially naked like if he had a set of car keys or a set of house keys in his pocket. You could have taken a still from this picture to your local lowe's or home depot and make could've reproduced the key for you. Yes yeah you're wondering like are those genes or is that just body paint. Yeah exactly all right. We'll have more to say on. Sam elliott throughout this episode. But let's get onto the villain of the piece not the frogs but rame aligned east perfect. He's just this grumpy. Nasty hateful old creep. Yep yep wealthy patriarch of this. Floridian family hates nature unless you know looks good on wall in his trophy room. That sort of thing Very much thinks that nature should be crushed under the heel of human progress and and wealthy excess. Ya so it's it's again a very cardboard role but he does it. Well Alan was a is another screen. Legend was a ton of pictures and tv shows over the years. His biggest roles were probably nineteen forty-five lost weekend. Nineteen fifty four's dial m for murder. Nineteen forty four is the uninvited but he also did some really choice. Genre picture work as well. He was in seventy. Three's terror in the wax museum. And he was in roger cormon nineteen sixty three film x the man with the x ray is. I've watched this movie on mute before I've been thinking we should maybe become back to it and watch it with the sound. It's pretty fun or at least looks fun. I i don't know what they say. Yeah i did that. Apparently raymond on did not enjoy making this picture or Yeah he he wore a hairpiece for it and was like sweating constantly. And i think actually left the production early so There's a pivotal scene at the very end. Which i think they had to depend on a lot of body doubles for. Oh it's like the marlboro man. In not of this earth right. He got mad at his prosthetics in the shooting. Conditions and just left but we'll work around it. But maybe that's i mean he's so good in this pats part of it is he was using his actual irritation enrage being stuck in florida. Doing this picture. I don't know yes. Oh he plays this guy named jason crockett. Who is the grandpa of this giant family who provide most of the characters in the film who live in a mansion at the side of. I don't know if it's a lake or a river. It's in the swamp in florida and i don't know why exactly you would decide to live at a lakeside mansion in a in florida. If your main character traits character trait is just that he's grumpy and he hates everything and everyone but on top of that. His next major character trait is that he hates nature. Yeah well what do you do out there. Yeah i mean. I think you'll find examples of this everywhere though right. Somebody bills a mansion in a swamp or and And then expects the nature is just going to cooperate with your presence and the the degree to which unbalanced the immediate surroundings. Yeah alright next actor of note Joan van ark is in this playing karen. Crockett one the crockett children in this family. She was a knots landing actor who is also in one thousand nine hundred ninety seven the last dinosaur. Yeah i guess here we're getting into the segment of the The cast were. There are a lot of cousins. I mean as as the tarantulas in gators and frog swarm in this movie. So does the movie swarm with cousins. there are. There are too many cousins. And you lose track of the cousins. But karen is one of them yet. Yeah i get them confused. I couldn't keep everybody straight. But she's part of the crockett bruce here. She's one of the many cousins and this actress. Joan van ark. I was looking her up. She did a lot of tv where she did. Like soap operas. And some mainstream Tv stuff like that The same year. She was in frogs. Though i found that she was also in an episode of the night. Gallery called the ring with the red velvet ropes rob. I don't know this one You you you. You've mentioned this one's a boxing. One yeah so. The premise is their own forgotten. The main actor's name There's a guy who plays a boxer in it who is either right before or right after a match remember. He's like in his locker room and then somehow he gets magically transported to this eerie other dimension with a hotel in it where he is approached by chuck connors and his wife played by joan van ark and they are trying to convince him to box chuck connors in this other dimension. And i don't know why. I think there's a twist ending. Probably like oh. He's in purgatory or something. You know one of the Well you know you know who it is. I just looked it up. It's gary lockwood plunged central character in that night gallery episode. so wait who's gary lockwood. Two thousand one space odyssey played. Dr frank cool. Oh okay all right now. yeah well. So he's punching in this one all right. Oh one last thing. Joan van ark also found a credit where she was apparently doing. Some voice acting in fallout four. Like she played several characters including some character named dr roslyn chambers. You remember her. i don't i don't remember her played off for but Yeah good good for her accepting money so funny. She was in frogs. But then we also have plenty of Audio of her talking about since and stuff all right. Let's hit another member of the crockett family. He has a number two. Yeah this is. Clint play by adam. Rourke this guy basically a brooklyn tough-guy actor who did a lot of work in the sixties especially in this. He plays a speed boat driving. Beer-chugging meathead son of the crockett patriot. He's like the Uncle character in napoleon dynamite. Right like he's obsessed with his former football career and he goes around trying to bully people and and just like he seems to want to be the alpha who who dominates all of his other cousins. Yeah and as just look just waiting for the day when he can inherit something from grandpa. that's right too. Yeah he's like. We play our cards right to get stuff. But like i remember. There's a scene where he starts saying. You know i gotta play my cards right so and get that money when grandpa dies but the thing he's explaining by saying that is why he's got to be out in the boat drunk on beer all day so i don't know why like that's what he thinks grandpa specs of him in order to get his inheritance. Also say in this movie sometimes. Adam rourke sorta looks like baldwin. Yeah yeah at times. He does have that baldwin. Look all right who else we got out some more crockett's for us here okay. My cousin number three we got Ginny crow oh wait. No i think this is not a cousin but for all intensive purposes. She's cousin does she. Is i believe the ginnie. Crockett is married to clint. In the if this matter is a. You're not gonna keep track of this but as played by lynn borden Lynn borden did some tv and be movie work. She was in walking tall with joe. Don baker the original one and seventy s and i found. She was in a ba- grime to drag racing. Movie starring peter fonda called dirty. Mary crazy larry. I've never seen this one. But it's seventies racer film She was also part of the main cast of a sixties. Tv show called hazel which looks like a horrid of in color sixties. leave it to beaver type show Appears to be about a housekeeper named hazel played by shirley booth who is Apparently just like borderline omnipotent like she can solve every problem this used to be a a type of tv show where there's just like a magic person who's very wise and can sort of a bewitched kind of thing then well except i don't think she's actually magic. I think it's okay the version of this where there's just like a character who's just very wise and and knows how what to do about everything. Okay gotcha Now we're going to skip over a bunch of the other Cousin actors. I looked up. A lot of them. Didn't really recognize anything they'd done. There was one actor in this movie. Though when i started digging into her work. She i think she's really worth a mention It's a fairly small part in the film but the actress name is may mercer and she plays a character named may bell who works in the household staff in in the movie and may mercer wasn't just an actress. She was actually a blues singer. And i looked up her her music and she was an excellent blues singer So she lived from nineteen thirty two until two thousand eight and i found a couple of recordings of her music from the sixties on youtube. One is a song that she performs with a blues player. Named sonny boy williamson called careless love and i think this is from nineteen sixty five which is fantastic. Another recording i found hers was of a song called sweet little angel also really good and so is trying to get some by radical information about her. I found her. La times obituary from when she passed away in two thousand eight so apparently she was born in nineteen thirty two in battle borough north carolina to a family who worked as tobacco sharecroppers and she started singing in church when she was a teenager and then ran away to new york in nineteen forty seven to become a professional singer and she became successful not just in new york but eventually internationally she Got well known as a blues performer in paris. Like i was looking through. Google books and i found her name turning up a lot in issues of jet magazine from the nineteen sixties on the paris. Scratch pad where she seems to have been like a very recognizable Figure in the perez seen So she was based out of paris issues. She sang at a club called the blues bar and then later she actually ran the club but she also would tour europe. Sometimes the group called the keith smith climax jazz band She also has a couple of acting credits from the sixties. But it looks like she started acting a lot more in the nineteen seventies. And it's not just stuff like frogs. She was in some hit movies. She was in dirty. Harry with clint eastwood. And in nineteen seventy-one. She was a producer on a documentary film about angela davis So she she passed away in two thousand and eight. But i will say her music's really good really worth looking up. May mercer may spelled m. a. e. all right. Well you know another actor who brings some some much-needed diversity to this. Otherwise under verse. Film is judy pace. Who plays bell guaranteeing in this born. Nine hundred forty two stool around mainstream tv actor and film actor of the day. She appeared in this film on the heels of bryan song. Which is a you know a famous football film. If you've ever been in or around football culture this one is often held up and it has. It's i think. Maybe i've seen it. And i just heard forgotten all of it But it it has james caan and billy dee williams in it. So it's got a solid cast I've never seen it. But i it's one of those movies that people talk about you know. Make the football boys cry. Yeah yeah this is one of those films that you you are Legally allowed to cry while viewing This is one of the few times in in some circles. Where we're men are allowed to cry so i will say judy pace. And sam elliott. I think are the two most likeable actors in this movie. I mean Raymond is good too. But he's playing this nasty hateful guy Supposed to like raymond right right right She and sam elliott though are just just lovely and wonderful they. They've got great charisma and the scenes therein. She plays i think The girlfriend of one of the cousins. I think one of the cousins that we haven't talked about But she's there at the mansion with the family and it's otherwise obviously the this lake and all white southern family. And i think the implication is that grandpa is racist and giving the side i but she She has a very like. I roll posture against grandpa and the others. Yeah they never really avert louis explore this area and to a certain extent is probably for the best given the The way a picture of this period might have handled it but it does show that there was a. There's a lot of potential in this picture as well. Like what if they had really gone in like Almost you could almost get jordan peele direction with this with this sort of picture. You know there are. There are a lot of interesting cultural elements on the table. But in this picture you gotta save room on the table for the frogs. So yeah i mean yeah the the frogs are the real star and i think it's literally true that i think the frogs get more screen time than any actor in this film. I think so like there's more time we're just looking at cut aways a frog hopping around or close ups bullfrogs than i don't know than seeing sam elliott on screen. You can imagine the director watching different cuts of the film and being like. I don't know i think we need more frogs in there. We have more. Do we have more that. That great frog footage that we got got some. Some more alligator snapping turtle got some more lizards. Let's get in. There may be one of those movies. Where the second unit director is the real director. Yeah all right. Another big name to to mention here is the composer on this film. Les baxter so despite all the other elements of the film. I have to say when i was as less baxter's presence that kind of seal the deal for me so let's start by reminding everyone just who les baxter was. He lived one thousand nine hundred eighty two through nineteen ninety six and it's pretty much the godfather of exotica music. So if you've ever tuned in for some like retro nostalgic lounge or tiki music. You've probably listen to the music of les baxter. If not look him up on your streaming source of choice most of his materials out there and it's good stuff. It's just really great easy listening music if you want some sort of like nostalgic kind of you know again kind of a lounge tiki vibe. However the that that whole genre it has nothing to do with frogs. Don't watch frogs thinking you're going to get that kind of music. It's not an exotic a score in the slightest. So first of all baxter was no stranger to doing film scores. He done quite a bit of work in the film score. Business over the years. Mostly b movies for instance. He scored such films as the man with the x ray is to mentioned earlier. He worked with names like roger. Cormon and william castle. He scored dr gold foot and the bikini machine in one thousand nine hundred eighty five that done which horror in one thousand nine hundred seventy heated nineteen sixty. Three's black sabbath yeah. He scored a bunch of aip movies. I american international pictures. I i think we haven't talked about that yet. But this is an aarp movie. So like a lot of the fifties sixties and seventies roger. Corman movies were aip movies. All the The edgar allan poe movies. That corman did and stuff like that but it wasn't just horror So you know. Aip released and les baxter did the did the music for yard. He mentioned one of them. Of course the the peak sub genre film innovation the bikini movies of the nineteen sixties like. It really doesn't get more creative in subversive than than you know the ghost in the invisible bikini in films like that so Frogs is notable. Because it was baxter's i entirely electronic score The the the thing really got excited about it so baxter was already into the electronic sound. He'd worked with an early electronic organ called the nova cord in the very early sixties. And he put out an album called moog rock in one thousand nine hundred sixty nine which is synth powered easing easy listening album. That's this quite good. I was just listening to it yesterday. While put together some notes frogs however takes things into equally sethi but certainly more terror-driven territory so it has a lot of like eerie synth chords going on. It doesn't actually a lot of. It does not very musical. There's not much melody to the music. In the film it is more like synthesizers producing almost the a sound. that is somewhere between Sort of crickets or cicadas and like servoz worrying inside a robot. Yeah yeah so it's a it's an interesting score and that's probably one of the reasons that i don't think this was ever released in full as an album or anything. Though i know there have been at least there's been at least one compilation of pieces from baxter's soundtrack work. So i might up there but as far as i know there was never a like a or at least there has yet to be like a lime. Green frogs vinyl. Release where you get the four les baxter soundtrack. Yeah all right. I just wanted to mention a couple more names. I happen to find something interesting about as they came up in the credits. They're it is impossible to get into all the cousins in this movie but One of the cousins. I also wanted to mention this actor named george skaff. Who plays stuart martindale he. He's an uncle or a cousin or something But according to imdb he had a small part in the exorcist to the heretic which is wonderful connection in in frogs. He's kind of a sketchy. Leave in cleef style cousin. Yeah not nearly as intimidating as all angel is but But yeah has that kind of looked to in. I mean he looks like he's hatching a sneaky plan. Yeah because he is. He's like he's like a long time. You get the impression that he like he has. He's earned his place in the family You know as like it's more about loyalty than than blood certainly When it comes to the crockett patriarch here. Yeah Another actor Is lance taylor senior. Who plays charles. he also he. He works for the family in the movie and he was in blacula the same year as frogs He also did some. Tv work on shows. Like the mod squad. Sanford and son and police story But then one name that came up in the credits that i thought was interesting was gene. Corso who did sound effects for the movie and he also did sound effects and sound editing for some very mainstream films that would come later. Such as star wars a new hope Phantasm predator and deep star six because all roads lead back to the nineteen eighty nine hundred water movies. Well you know. It was frogs that got him work in all those pictures so he gave him his demo. Reel of all the awesome frog sound effects right from this picture and they were like. Let's get him. This is how we imagine the the sonic universe you know. A number of sound effects from this film did really stick with me and it wasn't just the frogs croaking or the gators bellowing move. It was also the sound of win. 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And i mean like it kind of way that you don't actually see real photographers doing it. Where he just like aiming the camera in every direction and taking pictures all over the place like a rabbi. I know You know you know biddable More about photography that you kind of have to set up a good shot. You don't just sort of like turn the camera in every direction. Yeah like they're no you don't see Sam elliott here like holding himself in place by grabbing onto a branch and then taking several shots at the same thing. Sit the much more casual affair. Yeah one of the funny things is the way the title comes in. So elliott's he's wandering around the swamp taking photos. He's in the canoe. And then there's a close up on a frog the frog ribs twice and then you get genius sound effect and then frogs title comes in and all of the credits are in a really funny font. That's like a blue. What would you call this font. I feel blue drippy. Horror font is what it is. That's on the title for frogs but the rest of the credits. That are just like listing. People's names. I feel like a font that i saw. I've seen in other like sixties and seventies movie credits but it looks kind of like comic sands. It's not exactly get something like times. American international pictures exactly. But the i don't know for some reason the credits in this were making me laugh a lot like i liked. The quotation marks are like some of the actors. Just get a name credit. You know with sam elliott and so forth But then there's one part where it says. And adam rourke as so-called clint. It's got these quotation marks around clint. That i found very funny. For some reason i also liked how they keep. They keep giving these credits over pictures of various reptiles amphibians and it kind of implies that that snake is. Adam rourke as clint kind of a weird position this is yeah. This is our water vapor. His is clint But anyway another thing the way too many animals in the swamp. It's just painting around. There's just animals everywhere. And i know florida is is lush and and its wildlife is bountiful but no swamp has this much wildlife. It's just snakes everywhere you turn. It is a lot of snakes and a lot of frogs and toads. This movie is jam packed with reptiles amphibians and in and in fact. It's one of the things that's worth watching about it a lot of times. I just enjoyed watching really good footage of reptiles and amphibians either moving about in a natural way or certainly later in the picture invading human spaces. Yeah yeah so. There's a lot of that. I mean i guess i don't know why i'm saying there's too many. I mean what. I want there to be fewer reptiles in this movie. No i mean. I'm just saying at the very beginning when it hasn't yet introduced the idea that the the island is being swarmed with reptiles because nature is striking back. It seems like a ridiculous amount of animals. But i think the question you ask joe is could it possibly have more right well. We'll speaking of beasts actually does have more because it's not just the reptiles that are the beasts in this film looking at sam elliott in these opening credits he is just an off the charts cool b.'s. Like like i said he has so much animal charisma. Look at this dude. Yeah and again. I was prepared to to to be creeped out by lack of a mustache. Because i often find. That's the case with iconic moustachioed actors. Is you see him without the mustache. It's like what are you doing man giant lip or giant of four lip area. But now he's he's just as just as charming without it so he's paddling around the swamp so i he's taking pictures of animals but then after that it seems like he's mainly taking pictures of litter there are just sort of Barges of litter. That are you know. Clogging up the the the by ways of the swamp. So i would say. This movie has an example of something. That's actually kind of common problem with set dressing especially in lower budget movies which is the lack of a history to the objects. You're looking at what i mean by. That is the garbage in this movie. That is littering. The swamp looks incredibly fresh. All of the paper garbage is still crispin. White and the cans are clean. They're not like oxidized or covered in mold You know it's been pointed out that one of the great innovations of those Beloved late seventy sci. Fi movies like Blade runner and alien and star wars was that they made spaceships in. The future generally look lived in meaning dirty worn in and worn out As opposed to what had been the previous style for futuristic sci fi which is like everything is clean and fresh and and the spaces look like. Nobody's ever been in before in frogs. I must accuse them of having failed to make the trash look lived in. Yeah i guess. Part of it is that this this film was was filmed in its entirety at eden gardens state park In florida With in santa rosa beach. Which i haven't been there but now it is definitely on my list of places to go You can you can look it up. Eden gardens state park. You can visit it and you can you. Can you can be married here. Oh you know you can You can a frog wedding. Yeah you can you can paddle and canoes. You can do everything that That our hero does in the film but it makes me suspect that perhaps it was not the best place to catch actual footage of real litter. You know even at the time it was. Maybe just really well cared for. And so yeah. They had to bring their own litter for this shoot for the port part of the film. I can't stop thinking about a wedding at this place. Now like you could walk down. The aisle to the cricket servoz g get the the big old house that features into this and and all the outdoor scenes. It's all at eden garden state parks the ring bearers alligator but so Several things about the trash here. Also one of the things is. Do you think coca cola. Paid to have their logo shown among all the trash in the swamp their product placement Even if it is litter Yeah it also one thing. That's funny as The swamp ear has the single piece of movie garbage. That best represents ultimate squalor the discarded plastic baby doll. You know the trope. i'm talking about. Yeah like that's that's how you know the places really abject in a film is it's not just litter it's not just trash it's it's a discarded baby doll if interesting to given that Here in atlanta we have dolls trail which i know. I know you've been to as well. Where a an individual has has taken to using found garbage from the park itself in many cases toys and baby dolls and recreate them like rearrange them to create art in the natural environment. Any works at But but part of that. Is it stuff that was already there. He's not bringing in baby dolls right and and indeed. I will advise everyone. Please do not bring baby dolls into parks To create things of also. Don't the adult bring like christmas ornaments in on your nature trails and start decorating christmas. Trees lesson nature. Yeah i saw that over the breaking in granted you know people People need things to do during the pandemic and they get more nature walking. But but don't bring out a bunch of christmas garbage into the onto the nature trail and decorate something like. Let's keep the. Let's keep the artistic expression to limit you can decorate treason home trip. Yeah decorate trees at home. All you want. But i'm here to see the actual trees Doll said trail was fine though. Okay anyway just the opening credits. Sam elliott taking pictures Of of all the trash in the swamp then we immediately cut to jerks in a speedboat and this is a couple of cousins here a couple of the main cousins. we get clint. Who is adam roar again and we get karen who is joan van ark. And they're cutting around the water in a power boat and clint is chugging a cold one while driving anyway. I don't know if it's supposed to be the clintons. Just a bad boat driver in. Or if it's because he's been drinking the beer but he he does not see same elliott in his canoe and he just drives right by capsizes him and same elliott's all wet and of course. Sam elliott is not amused. They circle back in they Give him a they give him a ride and they say you know we'll tell you back to the house which is a big old mansion with a waterside backyard and they invite him to stay for the fun and games which sounds kind of sinister and it is not subtle with the frogs at all. Like the we we get to the dock and it's just cutting two frogs constantly. You know the characters say a couple of lines cut two frogs and they're just sitting there with is big riveting in the throat sacs bulging and then they're like hey. Would you like to stay at our creepy mansion and the frogs but yet the frogs are massing and there is an overwhelming sense that the frogs are watching yes so we learned some things. We learned the character's names of course Sam elliott introduces himself. His character's name once again is picket. Smith k And and adam orcas. Clint and karen joan van alen is karen and so karen takes picket smith to meet grandpa crockett They also meet a guy she introduces my cousin. Michael martindale one of the mini cousins. This guy looks kind of like a fascist pool attendant. Like he's got this cool sort of I don't know like single color resort wear outfit with a with a big caller but he's also got the the cool hand luke sunglasses. Yes but then. My god. The picket smith chest hair like everybody in this movie. Where's their shirt unbuttoned. A few buttons down and Sam elliott's chest hair could be put in a ponytail. It's unbelievable but we're anyway. So there's an introduction scene. We meet grandpa crockett. He is ornery from word. One He saw sam elliott paddling around and taking pictures he says and he he does not appreciate the taking of the pictures he's like there's a sign out there says private property And he says that. It's illegal for sam elliott to have been taking pictures. I don't know why that would be illegal But but we learned that. Sam elliot in fact is here is a private freelance photographer. Actually he he calls it a for tog refer and he's taking pictures of pollution for an ecology magazine and the funny thing is so he says this and this gets cousin. Michael immediately going on about frogs. So he's like I've taken pictures. I'm a freelance photographer for an ecology magazine and michael's like pictures of frogs. Lately i saw the biggest bullfrog earlier and it just makes you wonder what other topics of conversation cousin. Michael will try to steer back to the bullfrog anecdote. Would you like to put on some music. Hey speaking of music you ever heard. What a bullfrog sounds like. I caught the biggest bullfrog but we also learn from this conversation. That grandpa crockett has been spraying poison around his property to try to keep all this disgusting wildlife at bay because there is nothing worse than animals. And so he's been using he's been using i guess Poisons and insecticides to Due to the absolute max to try to put an end to it and it is not working but anyway So sam elliott and karen go back to the house and then there's a funny moment where sam elliott. Who again is a freelance photographer for an ecology magazine. He has to call his editor immediately from the students. How well you know diff freelance and can be a little only. Sometimes you just check in with your editor just Just just to say hi. Oh that's a good. I didn't think about it like that. Maybe he's just being polite and actually he's calling somebody to be like send help. I'm at this creepy house. Of course the phone doesn't work because that's a standard feature of nature strikes back movies. Is that our our technological. Infrastructure fails us when the animals begin to rise up. Yeah the the frogs are guess. We never see them actually cut a phone line but it's implied that they're out there doing it yes so anyway In the meantime we get a little walk through to meet a bunch of the rest of the cast. We meet ginny who is played by Limbaugh This is clint's wife. Who she showing off some cute drawings by the kids. She seems generally irritated. She is short tempered and she has irritated by the news. That clint is wet from the water. Oh yeah because we didn't mention that Sam elliott pulls clint into the water. When they go to help him out of the water. I guess as revenge for capsizing his canoe. Kansas maximo to think yeah yeah yeah Then we also meet aunt iris. Who appears eccentric. She enjoys trapping butterflies and a glass bell jar in that that lust for butterflies will be her undoing later on yes it will We meet cousin. Kenneth who is another cousin who has no identifying features whatsoever except. He's another one who cannot button up shirt. I guess the only thing interesting about cousin. Kenneth is that he is the boyfriend of bella. Gehring ten played by. judy pace. Said you know other than sam elliott the most likable actor in the movie and I think she and cousin kenneth they're supposed to be an item and Like several other characters bella. Gehring ten here seems dressed a little warm for july in florida. She's wearing like ms kinda long sleeve long pants like rockstar outfit. When we first meet her Also did you notice that when we first meet cousin kenneth and bella. They are playing with a ouija board. I miss that on the table between them. They've got their hands on the. What do you call the plan. Chat whole thing. Yeah yeah. I don't know what spirits that maybe they're they're trying to get messages from the frogs or something. It's spelling out ribbit ribbit. Run on the board. Yeah i don't know what it means. But so sam elliott and clint than take showers wash the lake off. And then there's a great scene where they stand around toweling off and talking about clint's football days. Yeah 'cause all clinton has the old football days The beer the speedboats in the dream of one day. Inheriting some money from the patriarch. That's right so grandpa crockett and then there are other uncles and cousins. And that i didn't even get into yet but It too many to talk about so grandpa crockett everybody for a buffet. Lunch on the lawn and this is another seen that in reality would be swarming with insects. I've been to florida in in the summer. but of course It's not released. We don't see any insects. We do cut away two frogs a lot. But i liked how this this buffet lunches complete with at least five different kinds of liquor that we can see on camera and a bunch of logo facing bottles of coke. So i'm wondering what's going on there but we see we see gordon's vodka. We see some kind of scotch and then multiple glass decanters with other liquors them. I have to say it's refreshing to see forward-facing labels on beverage bottles in a motion picture. Because time they can get a little noxious where you like. Come on movie. I know you don't want to show me. That's the coca cola where show me that. That is You know this other brand of beverage. It gets a little Too precise at times. So i'm happy to see the beverage logos here change. Yeah oh also. The scene has some good Ginny chewing clint out for Drinking a fifth of vodka every night. Yeah but somehow conversation just keeps coming back to frogs. Everybody's trying to talk and so she's like chewing him out for drinking vodka but somehow this gets related to frogs and then grandpa says to sam elliott. You see more frogs than usual this year. And and sam elliott's like well. Yeah sometimes animals overpopulate but they'll die off by next year and grandpa of course is like what are you some kind of ecologist and there's broader discussion on why frogs or bad and what would be the best ways to kill frogs and this is great because it's is alternately leading up to something like why is grandpa even remotely tolerating this stranger. Here young has already seems to have unsavory connections to environmentalism. Well it's because he. He has a need of him. He has a task for him. That's right so grandpa crockett once he. He takes elliott aside. And he's like. I want you to take a look around and investigate the frogs Apparently so we can put the families minds at ease about frogs. i think Plenty more cut aways to frogs ribbit ribbit but then also we get a little secret meeting on the side where grandpa sam elliott to go looking for his His professional frog executioner grover. Who had been sent out earlier that morning to spray for frogs but who never returned And when when he send. Sam elliott out on this mission to find grover grandpa's like do you want to take along a gun. He's just got a room full of guns and animal heads mounted on the wall. And he's like you want one of these rifles and of course not. Sam elliott is far too cool to shoot at a frog with a rifle and he also lays out a sick burn. Grandpa's trophy room. He's like nah. I don't believe. I don't believe a frog ahead with much. Improve space for something to that effect. Yeah except he says it fewer words somehow. Yeah yeah and and and you know he. It's got that. Sam elliott charm to it. So it didn't feel particularly thorny you know Again he just he displays so cool in this film. i wonder same elliott. I wonder if he just like win. Through the script with a red pen and he like took every time his character spoke and like reduced the number of words in the line by half or even more. You know he. He's he's very laconic. Yeah okay so anyway samuel you know. He wanders through the woods and he stumbles across a canister of poison. And then this parts great. There's like a parade of dead animals of every kind. They see dead frog dead snake. Dead eagle and then like. I thought he was going to come across a penguin next but then it just gets into a lot of frogs and snakes and eventually finds grover face down in a puddle. Is he alive or dead. I guess he is whatever you are win. The script says you're dead but you are obviously still breathing. We aller the movie makeup. Says he's dead though because he had shocked taken out of his face and his face is blue. Yeah yeah i should again stress. This film is is not particularly grisly. It was actually rated. Pg so easy seen like this. It's not it's not as horrific as it would be in other films not to say horrific squirm is. We have a lot of really really gross special effects to drive home Nature's vengeance pretty tame in this film but it works. you know it's it's it's shot and presented. Well yeah yeah the. The gore is relatively tame. Yeah though some sometimes the the deaths like if you were to imagine them the implications are really awful but yet job with that you know implying the death at least non frog road related deaths anyway. We'll but anyway so we come back to the house and check in with the other characters there was a nice little scene with With may mercer who plays michelle Who works at the house. And then judy pace again. Place bill harrington they have a nice little scene where they share a drink together and they sort of commiserate with a with a great big i roll about the family and we find out that Bella harrington's birth name is also made bill But anyway we get to all of the flurry kratz who are sitting around in the mansion. Gang and grandpa says he thinks grover deserves to be dead in a ditch They had they have not gotten the news that he is dead in a ditch. There just imagining. I wonder if he's dead in a ditch which will turn out to be true and and he's like well i hope he is because he's late coming back and then karen is like grandpa. That's awful you make a sound like the worst of the ugly rich yeah to which he replies. We are the ugly rich but then we we get a great speech by anti-racists whereas she's like we're entitled to be ugly karen we pay so many taxes and then she starts going on this rant about environmental regulations on her paper mills that are costing her a fortune and anyway. Sam elliott comes back and informs grandpa crockett. That grover is dead and their conversation is interrupted when frogs are thumping against the window sill. That was the sound effect. I was talking about her. Yeah the thump thump and then Somebody screams from the other room. It was may bell. So what could it be and everybody runs in in. There is a snake hanging from the chandelier in the dining room. Everybody crowds in while ominous music throbs on the soundtrack. Snakes right there over the dinner table. And then i. I laughed out loud of this grandpa. Crockett whips out. A revolver shoots the snake. The snake falls dead on the dinner table and then he asks charles to remove the snake in. he's like all right. everybody let's eat. Yeah it's it's ridiculous of course because of course. There's no reason that a snake would be in your chandelier. Yeah you know. It's a real turtle on a fence post kind of moment of but then then we get into a bunch of just little conversation scenes like there's this philosophical debate between sam elliott and grandpa crockett about whether man is the master of nature or not Sam elliott seems to believe that humans and frogs can coexist peacefully. How naive he is. Yeah this is a great scene. I think i ended up watching this one twice to rerun just to get it. Because i could tell like this is the heart of the movie. This is where this is where the central argument is being being played out. Yeah and then. There's a great part. Where sam elliott. Sam elliott seems to get what's going on. He's like oh i see. This is a nature strikes back film so he's like what if nature were trying to get back at us for all of the pollution and littering and The response nonsense and samuel eat says will then how do you explain it but note that the hit that sam elliott seems to be at a loss to explain otherwise is so far Grover was bitten by a snake and died. There are a lot of frogs hopping around and there was a snake on the chandelier. Well still. it's all adding up to something. But but yeah sam. Elliott is his presentation. This though is like another actor in this role might have been more insistent and more. You know argumentative on this point. But he's just laying it out there. He's like well you know. What do you think's happening around us. Look at how we're treating the world you know this. This is what this is what it is man. Gentle wise and charming. He sells it so good. yeah and a bunch of other conversations going on we. Oh there's a scene with clint and ginny arguing there they're talking about. How ginny resents that. Clint spins all day drunk driving a speedboat and this is the part where he retorts that he needs to play cards right so that he can get his inheritance. Life is hard for oakland here. There's some there's some very hardcore flirting between sam elliott and joan van ark. Clearly there's an attraction there And then meanwhile i was noticing. There is such creepy decor in this house. I feel like this about a lot of i think especially like southern american houses from like you know sixties and seventies where you see this like mixture of sometimes like more modern furniture decorations but also just like weird creepy old antebellum looking stuff. Everything is just like haunted daguerreotypes of nineteenth century florida vampires up on the wall. There's this guy. I captured one of one of these for us to look at the just some creep staring at us from a daguerreotype from nineteen fifty four or eighteen fifty four and. I don't know he. He looks like he wants my blood he wants. My life force was some some of this. I don't know they. They might address it up a little bit. I can get a lot of For online of the of the mansion here but Yeah this is the wesley. Homestead from eden gardens state park okay. It was apparently built in eighteen ninety seven and then in nineteen sixty three Louis maxson bought and renovated the house. quote creating a show place for her family heirlooms and antiques. Okay so maybe this mentor is a is a family heirloom. Yeah or maybe. They felt like they needed tonight. Gallery up here the picture. I don't know i see it going either way. So yeah the bunch of other just sort of like social stuff going on. There's not a lot of depth to any of it. Th there's a sequence where. Clint is just wandering around bullying people and trying to get somebody to play this log. Jousting game with him where. I don't know if you could explain this. They're like trying to stand on a log and hit each other with pillows. But nobody wants to play with clint because he is drunk and abusive. Well yeah i think. Part is just like clint socks. And you should be okay with it when animals kill him later But also this is a state where i was. I had to laugh at it. Because he's he's horsing around in this law pushing people over and proclaiming himself to be the king the law. I mean this is. Jackson posed with an image of like a gecko or something. Walking on a limb gecko is interjecting in saying foolish schulman. I am the king of the law. Clearly look at my look at my appendages and how easily i cling nothing about stick dominance. Yes we are not out of the woods. Enthoven one thousand nine hundred. But we're getting there. 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The world is going hybrid with ibm go hybrid at ibm dot com slash hybrid cloud But so it's right about. We're here at like halfway through the movie and it's right here that nature really start striking back. I would say Up until now its been mostly setup but now it just sort of turns into a nature kill spree about the forty five minute mark and that doesn't stop until the movie's over right The frogs have announced the first wave to began. Yes and So it does right so we get michael martindale. Who one of the many cousins after being bullied by clint so he gets bullied by. Clint knocked off the log. And then he's like my house show. Everybody he goes and a shotgun drives off in a jeep. And i guess this. Maybe this is his favorite hobby. He just start shooting at random birds. i didn't really get what was going on. Here does not seem to be an organized. Hunting expedition looks more. Like he's just sort of like working out his frustrations on the birds. Yup yup just a just generally being a jerk to nature yeah but also while this is going on We we get. Sam elliott just walking in the woods. He sees many many reptiles. And then we see cousin. Michael he starts running for some reason. I don't remember why starts running. I guess he sees an animal that scares him and he shoots himself in the leg and then there is a. There are many glorious nature attack scenes in this film but one of the best is what happens here. It is a spanish moss attack. I don't know how else to describe it. Yeah it is. The straight of spanish moss. I it just seems like oh. He fell in the spanish moss and now. He's gotten entangled in it but no the spanish moss seems to be crawling around him. Seems to be animated spanish moss. Yeah so the. The spanish moss kill seen here is just wonderful. It seems to indicate that. Spanish moss is just teeming with tarantulas. Does not though. I should know there is an old wives tale. That spanish moss is filled with trum. Vicky latta red bugs or chiggers as they're often called but apparently there's no truth to this The th the these creatures prefer the tall grass but weirdly still see this association repeated all over the place to spider scientific research to the contrary then the the only possible connection i can find is that perhaps after the moss has touched the ground or fallen onto the ground then you can have the the red bugs that chiggers crawl into the spanish moss. And that's how people could potentially get them. But for the most part these parasites are going to be on the grass where they reach out questing for humans or other animals to latch onto. Oh that's the scientific term isn't it. I guess i always 'cause it's such a creepy term. Just imagining them. Moving their little appendages. Questing for flesh. But here's tarantulas. So the spanish. Yes spanish moss it envelopes cousin michael which with whichever cousin this is. He drowns in the moss. And then tarantula just swarm out of it and i think one of the maybe crawls into his mouth they just attack him and he dies. Yeah one of the things about this film and it's only been one of the things is really great. Is that all. The animals are live. The i don't think we really see any animals. Puppet animals used some of the dead ones. Maybe yeah for the dead ones but in terms of there's no cut away and then like a puppet biting somebody on the neck which is one of the reasons. Probably you. don't see any grislier. Death scenes in this gore and violence is implied. But it also means you don't have any cheesy puppets like it's that's those are some straight up tarantulas crawling around on him and at one point. Scorpion oh yeah. that's right. Scorpion crawls over his hand. Super late though is like come on scorpion. Yeah didn't you read the schedule for the animal uprising. Arriving late to everything shows up after the cousins laying his finished. Yes yeah Oh and all the while is great also. The frogs are not getting in on the action. They are not in the spanish moss. But they're they're around you know. Yeah yeah they're not the direct perpetrators of the violence Despite the the title of the picture and the poster art which i don't think we've mentioned the poster art for this film features a frog with a human hand coming out of its mouth like a giant frog. There are no giant frogs in this movie. But that was the poster. No but the frogs are normal sized. And they're just in the background watching Perhaps directing they're kind of like the djinn rolls the animal uprise. Yeah yeah you get the sense that they're the brains behind the operation and it's they're not inherently scary frogs which i think is maybe one of the the main flaws of the picture but on the other hand it it starts to work after a while where it's like. The frogs are watching. The frogs are watching. And they're kind of watching over as if to say yes. This is good. Everything is going to plan. Yeah yeah the exactly right Okay so then. More of the cousin slaying continues. There's another cousin. i think. Maybe this one is cousin. Kenneth this is the one who's Who's judy pace's boyfriend and yes he goes to the greenhouse. He's just swaggering around in the greenhouse. I don't remember what he's doing there is maybe like looking for something in the greenhouse. But then i think An what's her name. Set him off to get a particular herb from the greenhouse. Okay something i don't know she's gonna get cocktail or something and so he's in there looking around for it but after at the door and close all the way and income the lizards especially the tegu lizards yes Which are some are some big boys. We'll talk about them a bit but they start crawling around everywhere and they start knocking over the chemicals. Yep yep that's right. So i can imagine. He was in there looking for an herb for a cocktail. Because grandpa needs his cocktails in this movie fulltime. He demands cocktails really inopportune moments But the greenhouse death scene is is great. Yeah because basically they just not a bunch of chemicals and then the chemicals overwhelmed. This particular Crockett kid and he just like dies. He just falls out and then immediately geckos and other lizards are celebrating by climbing on his face. Like clearly. all you lay here and then we're going to our lizard. Wrangler is going to play some lizards on you and then we're going to shoot again but now it's time for the. Yeah the invasion like you say is really heating up now. This is where we get one of my favorite scenes where there's an american flag birthday cake out there. Because it's so yeah grandpa's birthday and its fourth of july and as the frog start invading. The frogs are treading on the flag on the birthday cake. Yes i gotta say. That is some stiff icing. It really holds up to a big old frog crawling over it Should makes me think that should be like a category of directions in how to whip egg white. So you got your soft peaks get your stiff peaks and then you got your bullfrog supporting peaks. Yeah this would indeed make a great wedding cake for anybody who gets married at this location is get yourself an american flag sheet cake with with fancy like cake frog on top of it maybe k. Cupcakes on top of it. I don't know let the people figure that here comes the frog so at this point it seems like people start to kind of take things seriously. They're like oh yeah. It looks like people are dying. Sam elliott starts to lead the charge to investigate. What's going on. Meanwhile aunt irises wandering around in the woods. Of course you know. She's going to resume with a butterfly. Net We saw her with the in the bell jar earlier. And i guess she's just going up to to catch more. Yeah this is the. I think the first real victim in the film where you begin to question whose side you're on because you know she's she's not. She's sure she catches butterflies. But she's not really bad she has. He's been nice to everybody she did. She did give that really rant earlier about like. I should be able to pollute however much true true okay. Maybe she added come in at any rate nature really puts her through the wringer here. Because she's just one of these scenes where like nature moves in honor and then she's falling. She's screaming things are crawling on her. Yes though the funny thing is the majority of her suffering at least early on in the sequence seems to be at the hands of vines. And it makes you wonder okay. So are the plants also taking part in this nature striking back. It's mostly animals. But the spanish moss Descends on on one of the earlier cousins. And iris really She's like she's like getting choked by vines as she runs through the trees. Yeah i think. They're in all nature uprising. Yeah okay but then after that. It's one of those move like the wet pit of death you know. She falls in a puddle. And you just know that. That's a death sentence in a horror movie chase scene in the woods. If you fall in a puddle like it's over She's in a puddle. She's all wet it all over her snakes. Frogs baby allocators. They're just all over the place and then she gets a fatal snake bite and turns blue instantly just instantly as the frogs watch on and then with no weight at all. We get a cousin stewart. I think this might be the leave end. Cleef cousin You know he wonders in to see what's going on. And he falls prey to a gaiter attack yet. We have gator attack scene. And it's it's it's pretty intimidate. Those are intimidating animals. You don't have to. You don't have to to gussie them up any like the frogs. I mean the. The gator is instantly intimidate. So i was wondering about this scene because there is a claim on the imdb page for frogs Don't know if it's true but at least claims that some some footage in this gator attack scene is originally from a roger corman movie from nineteen seventy called bloody mama but if that's true it's integrated pretty well. I couldn't see anything that didn't look like it fit though Obviously you can't see the actor who's wrestling with the gator There's a website called california. Herp dot com that has a great section of their website devoted two thousand and theaters and movies and they have a right up on frogs. And i'll get to some of what they have to share later They highlighted the scene pointing out. That like it's a real gator. Somebody's wrestling with it. Stunt man and you can see if you look closely that there's a band around the gators mouth to keep it for actually biting but they don