19 Episode results for "Ruppert"

838 Confidence + Zest for Life Inspiration

The Daily Meditation Podcast

18:27 min | 5 years ago

838 Confidence + Zest for Life Inspiration

"You are listening to episode eight hundred and thirty eight welcome to the daily meditation podcast. I honor you for showing up for giving yourself this time to sit down and meditate. I'm Mary Mecklai. And I'm a meditation guide who shares a different meditation technique every day on the podcast, and I share meditation inspiration to help guide you into your own meditation. So I helped to get you in the mood to meditate, and there's that part of ice that can take a little time to transition from whatever you were doing throughout your busy day to a place of stillness. So I offer you a little mental mindset as you get ready to meditate. Every week. We focus on a theme that we explore throughout the tire weeks. You can really reap these benefits in your meditation. And our theme this week is positive self image. And not only do we have a weekly theme we focus on. But each day is also customized with the different meditation Techni today, it's for Wednesday. And you can listen to the tech or rather the meditations in any order you want, but I always share a different techniques. So Wednesday today's meditation I share a mood era technique is often referred to as yoga in your hands. So I'll be sharing a simple merger. You can do. And we focus on some area of your life where you can apply. These meditation techniques. To create a beautiful meditation lifestyle for yourself. So for Wednesday. We focus on. Your spirit or what feeds your spirit getting excited about your life. Again, something that makes you want to get up in the morning and. Start learning and start doing and start growing and living your life. In a unique way. So you'll be using this mood rat to help you to light that fire within you again. So the four I settle you in before you go off into your meditation. I wanna get you started with a little bit of information about the mood today. Now mood is if you're not familiar with them. They're simply a way to help you focus your mind. And when you hold a Modra, I share mood res- that you do with your hands. Although you can do full-body Mutri's. And in today's drag you'll hold her hand in a particular way and mood draws stimulate a corresponding region of your brain to help you. As you manage stress, or whatever it is. You're trying to improve in your life. So with today's Mutiara. It is called the vodka predom-. Mu dre, and I always leave a photo on my website over at CYP and Alm dot com. That's where you can find this meditation series, which is the positive image meditation series. You'll find the links to all this meditation inspiration. I'm sharing with you this whole week as well as the techniques and any references and resources I mentioned throughout the week. And I have mentioned several studies already in this series. So this is part four of this seven part week long series on improving yourself image. And I will say that I'm going to get you started meditating here. All spire, you help you focus your mindset on our theme and share technique with you that you can use in your own meditation and then. If you go into your meditation now, if you wanna be guided in a meditation, I offer a subscription membership site where every week you get a full week's worth of meditations delivered to your inbox. And that also allows you access to a membership site and a soon to be released app, and you can easily be guided in all these meditations it is fifty cents a day for a full guided meditation, so you can't beat that. If you love to be guided in a meditation, it's the same technique, and focus and theme that I share with you on these podcast episodes, but it's totally uninterrupted just beautifully guided. Leaving music to play at the very end. Because I know that many of you requested that I play the music ten twenty minutes longer at the end. So you can really go deeply into your meditation. So that's what I offer on the sip in home dot com website is actually called slowdown nation this particular membership site and app. So you can have a home for the meditation part of you. Well, entities meditation. This Lou DRA, I've been telling you about you can also find that on my Facebook page at Sipa Nome, and it's a simple one to do. You don't have to do this in your meditation. But you might try it many people are surprised by the benefits they receive from Madras. This is the vice Ruppert Dhamma MU dre, and it's a moot. Era to help you. Feel strong in your confidence to have a lot of self confidence. So as we go through challenges in our lives. Especially if you're going through a difficult experience. It's so easy. To doubt yourself when you're resistance is low you feel vulnerable and exposed and your inner strength can just be sapped. So when you feel weekend like this, whether it is physical mental or emotional, this is when you start to feel small you start to doubt yourself, and you start to wonder if all these great things that you're doing for yourself such as this meditation ritual, you have for yourself you start to wonder if really actually even makes a difference at all because if it made a difference than Shirley, you would feel stronger or more competent. So I want you to know that whatever you're going through. And when you go through a time where your self image is plummeting perhaps. You can do simple techniques to help you. Remember who you are. And how strong and resilient. You are. So this is a technique that will help you. One way to remember that part of yourself. That's so easy to let go of when you're feeling weak or worried or fearful you can focus on strengthening some other area of your life. So if you're feeling frightened or vulnerable? You can do something to make your body stronger such as gopher a walk or exercise this will empower you or let's say you are physically suffering right now. Well, you could meditate and do things emotionally and mentally to strengthen yourself. This will also help you to feel hopeful and reassure. That you're going to become stronger, you're going to get better physically. So you can strengthen different aspects of yourself work with all of yourself. Don't think, oh, if you know one party or live isn't going so well that oh you're just down and out. And that that's it. It's all over know that there are many parts of you that you can work with and so. Do what you can too. Pull from areas. Of your life that are strong. When you're feeling weakened in other areas of your life. So one way to do this is through using mood dress, which I'll share with you today. And also by remembering your passions. Feeding your soul that inner spark and these are often the first to go when you're feeling destitute or really downtrodden you start to lose your passion. You can even feel like your passion. Those passions are reserved for things are going pretty well in your life, and whether or not going, so well, you don't have the energy or the focus or you may even feel like you don't deserve to experience your passions. So whenever you are experiencing now in your life. Try and rekindle. Things that really light you up your spark, your passion, if you love to paint or cook or travel, even if you can't go anywhere, you could read a travel book or put up a photo of someplace you'd like to see someplace on your bucket list. Whatever it may be for you. Strengthen your passions. Keep that fire burning. This is going to help feed and fuel your confidence, especially when you feel down. So. As you go into your meditation. Place your hands on your lap with your palms aboard. And let's do the vodka predom- Mutiara you're going to intertwine your fingers together. And your thumbs will be outward-. You can raise your hands up to your chest, your heart there, your heart chocolate, your hands or rather your fingers are intertwined so your palms are facing your chest. And your thumbs are just upward. With the rest of your fingers intertwined. You can hold this new drug for five to ten minutes at a time. Anytime you need to feel your own inner strength. You're pulling from your own inner reserves. Go ahead now and go into your meditation. And as always you are so worth slowing down for.

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Limitless  Your Extraordinary Life | Peter Ruppert

James Miller | Lifeology

27:18 min | 3 weeks ago

Limitless Your Extraordinary Life | Peter Ruppert

"Welcome to life. Algae i james miller your host and a licensed psychotherapist. I'm looking forward to spending this time with you. As we learned some pretty amazing life lessons. Let's get started. Thank you so much for taking time out of your busy schedule to listen to the show when you're done listening. I hope you take a minute and write a quick review on whichever radio podcast platform. You've heard this show. Your insights will help others to be inspired and encouraged. I have a great show for you today. I remind you of how you viewed the world as a child and the limitless imagination you once had also be interviewing author and education entrepreneur peter rupert. Peter reviews his book. Limitless nine steps to launch one extraordinary life. This book was written for those young and old. who simply don't want to settle for the status quo or for good enough and who have dreams that they want to accomplish. Someone like you for more information about peter. Please visit pete. Rupert dot com. You may purchase his book on amazon or go to the show notes and this particular episode entitled limitless. Your extraordinary life with guests peter rupert. Thank you so much for listening to lie folly. I would love to connect with you be sure to follow me on all social media platforms under the name. James miller life except for twitter. Which is james m. i'm also very active on instagram. In crete mini videos with quick tips and tools. That you can immediately implement. Be sure to say hello and follow me. There your childhood imagination when i was in private practice back in the dc area. I used to see all different types of people range from little children to elderly adults. And i always fascinated me to listen to each individual because you could see how life shape them the youngest age that i would see was four years old and that was always a fun time for me because when you ask them questions the way they view the world was so innocent and also very magical and when you would ask them what they wanted to be when they grow up they would have all these fanciful ideas and sometimes even random ideas but they were so impassioned about and i loved listening to them because it reminded me of my own imagination as a child. And i'm sure you hearing this right now. You can think of things you said or perhaps even want your children say about what they wanna be when they grow up and you fast forward to the other populations i see and as a person aged that creativity imagination started to dwindle. What do you think happened. Life happened either. Our dreams were stifled or we were told. We couldn't do something or we tried. Something didn't work out in overtime ourselves. Purpose in our identity started to change and many of us. And there's absolutely no judgment here because we've all done. It started to settle for different things. We started to settle in our relationships. We started to settle our education. We started to settle. Typically i thought about how he wanted our future to go thing. I really wanted to focus on in. This lesson is remind you the yes. Life may have happened for you. But you're still that same wide child with hard work and a focus dream. You can still accomplish. It is interesting just before. I started working in the segments. I was on the phone with my manager and i was really excited about something but the information he gave me made me stop and pause for a second because all of a sudden i wasn't excited about something now changed but the way i heard it started to influence my perception about it now. This is a quick little tool of ways. I want you to really focus on how to return back to that imaginary state as a child because as we know life can easily influenced us and cause us to start to lose our steam as we move towards our future so one little trick that i do is if i'm struggling with something or get information. I like to take a quick now. My quick napster twelve minutes but for me that always helps me reset my mind so when i went to take that nap. I focused on end result. That i know is going to happen very very soon and focus on that. That was a last thought. I had just before i fell asleep and once i woke up i was able to redirect my emotions at my thoughts so i was able to reset to their feelings. I had prior to that phone. Call the reason why. I say that is this. We all have different types of brain frequencies or brainwaves that allow us to do different things however there's one particular with that was really important should be aware of and that is the theta brainwave now. I'm not going to get technical about this. But just know that just before you fall asleep at that fine line between being conscious and just being unconscious or just falling asleep is a time that you can introduce certain fox to yourself and whatever that thought is your subconscious mind starts to work through itch to help you kind of parse out. What's true and what's not true and as you do that helps you find a way to accomplish your goals. Think about it this way if you have a lot of anxious thoughts and you really overwhelmed and you can't fall asleep and finding once you do when you wake up if you've been focusing on something anxious more than likely. Your dreams were a little chaotic. More than likely your dreams were not as restful or just didn't feel restful what you awoke and the reason why is because you focusing on exile eighty and those anxious thoughts as you're going into that data brainwave is the last thing you thought about so in order to get back to that childhood creative mindset. Just before you fall asleep. I would love for you to focus on what it is you want to accomplish. That could be from the biggest goal to the small school. But as you think about that and you think about the end result of where you want to be just before you fall asleep you'll find that upon awakening you're one step closer because your subconscious mind starts to believe it even more and even more and it starts to give you the emotional endurance and the creative mindsets to accomplish each of your goals so my friend is not too late. Doesn't matter how old you are. You can't accomplish your dreams. I have a fantastic interview today. With peter roberts. He is going to review his book. Limitless nine steps to launch your one extraordinary life. It's chock full of tools and techniques that you need to accomplish all of your dreams so say if you're anything like me you'll love to read life. Algae and audible dot com have partnered to offer you an incredible opportunity audible is offering you one free book download with a free thirty day trial. This is perfect for those of you. Who loved to read but often don't have time to enjoy your favorite pastime. Go james miller life follow dot com forward slash audible to start your free trial. They have over one hundred eighty thousand bucks from all genres. So i'm pretty confident. Your favorite authors books. We'll be there. Go to james miller. Follow dot com forward slash audible and start listening to your favorite book today. Once again go to james miller follow dot com forward slash audible to get started today. My guest. today is peter rupert. Who's an author. An education entrepreneur. He's a twenty year veteran of the education industry and is opened over one hundred schools and acquired more than twenty five others. He's been president and ceo of organizations and private school charter school and early education industries. He's here today to discuss his new book. Limitless nine steps to launch one extraordinary life. That reveals her hurdles. We place in front of ourselves. This book gives you step by step instructions and how to overcome each one. Welcome to my show peter. Thank you so much. James a pleasure to be here really looking forward to this. You know. it's funny. When i look at everyone's the people i know in their careers that they have most people wanted to get away from school. How did you even return back to education system. That's that's a really interesting story in that. I like you when i got out of school. I thought i was finished. But i always had this thing in the back of my mind. I was fortunate enough. My dad was fed up when i was in middle. School was kind of fed up with the public school. That i that i would have gone to for high school and he convinced me to go across town about almost an hour away to go to an all boys catholic school and and i really remember an appreciated that sacrifice you made for me and my younger brothers to have that opportunity in So i knew education was really important. News really grounded in us was we were kids. And then i moved on and out of college. I worked for procter and gamble as a sales rep calling on grocery stores and then i went and got my mba degree and got in the consulting business for a long time. And then i in a roundabout way found my way to education. And i was looking for a high potential company that i could join and help run and just turned out that i was able to get connected to the founder of a charter school organization. Jc gun in grand rapids michigan back in nineteen ninety seven. I just love the idea of of doing well by doing good kind of thing and the chance to be education and be part of the whole reform movement to bring better education. Opportunities for kids was really exciting and here. I am now More than twenty years later and enjoying every minute of it. that's awesome. congratulations now. Some of my listeners may not know what a charter school is. could you define that for us. Yeah in charter school. That was my first entree and education charter. School is basically publicly funded public school publicly funded school but a separate and distinct from control. The traditional public school districts are establishment. If you will and so they typically have a separate board of community members but they operate outside of the constraints and the controls of the public school system in almost every state now today. And so it's the tuition is funded by the state like they do in a public school. And i spent about eight years there growing that business for national heritage academies was. What it was called at the time didn't just a quick aside here. But how in the world you purchased twenty five schools require them. How does that even happen. I don't wanna spend too much time with that. But i'm just curious how that real quickly i mean. At the end of the day the company i currently run fusing education group. We own almost eighty private schools around the country. When we first started the company i was raising money and was able to land some investors and so we would look for schools that we would acquire so a private school or is like any other school in that you basically value them based on their enrollment in their revenue and their profitability etc. And so early on. We made several different acquisitions. And that's how we kinda started the business Way back in two thousand and ten. Wow okay well that makes sense. You know when. I'm thinking you know about your background and the pitch that was sent to me. You really focus on people's limiting beliefs of why. They think that they can't do something. You compare that to people who are really successful Have all these talents but yet don't really maximize their success. What was when you look around the world you know. Look around your world. What was it that caused you to really say. Today's at answer right. This book limitless. Well it all starts with some of the challenges and bumps and bruises. I've had a long away in my own journey. For instance i've i had a consulting business that i had started shortly after i graduated from my mba school and that went well for a while and then we lost our clients and couldn't get any new clients and ended up kind of getting upside down and close the business. And so when. I was thirty three. I was unemployed. My wife and i had our first child on the way and a lot of my friends were well on their way in their careers in crushing it. In here i was trying to find a job or trying to figure out what's going to what i was going to do next. And it really forced me to start to think about okay. Is this the life. Do i just go get a job. And and just be safe and be able to feed my family or or do i want to do something differently so led me to really study other successful people. In as you'll see in the book. I didn't really invent any of these necessary steps necessarily but i was able to see the common themes that so many successful people in all walks of life seem to exemplify and so i put that into a little cheat sheet for myself and put it in my briefcase and used it from my own inspiration for years and when my oldest son turned twelve and and moved in the middle school i re typed it up and i caught it at that time. The traits of a champion and hasn't nine steps on there and put it on their bathroom. Mir hoping that my kids would at least read it when they brush your teeth because they didn't want to listen to me talk about that is awesome bombs years and then years later we had a leadership conference at my business and i shared the the list with people and they said robin came up to me afterwards and said you know this is so powerful you need to turn that into a book and so that was the germination of the idea probably four or five years ago to really put this on paper and help provide a guidebook if you will for people to achieve their dreams and not just settle for good enough for her. Go through life unhappy. I think that's the t- there's you you had an opportunity to reinvent yourself if you will but you took it further. say why. Want to thrive. Beyond what i've done with that. The secondary aspect of it isn't surived even more by writing a book about it and to help other people as well. So i think that's that's the key for most people for all of us rather is do we stop with one goal or do we take the extension of that and go beyond what we initially thought we could do. Yeah i think that's exactly right and success breeds success and you know i just remember People in their fifties and sixties kind of at the end of their career. They couldn't wait to retire and they never really enjoyed their. Would they worked. And they kind of live for the weekends or live for after work hours. And they kind of went through and plotted along and Gosh who wants to wake up at sixty five or seventy years old and say. I wish i had done this. I coulda had shoulda cut us is never something. We want to end our career with or in their life with and so i just felt like there's so many people who don't realize how much talent and potential they have but yet they hold themselves back by limiting their beliefs about their abilities and and letting that negative voice in their head. Tell them tell them that. They're not good enough or they can't do this or they're a failure or whatever it might be. And that's the another point is well as often we think of success and we we quantify that or measure that by finances which is way to be successful but we often forget about quality of life. We forget about our time spent with our family or their kids or our our downtime. Whatever that might be. And so. I think it is important for each of my listeners. To think about that. How do you measure success. Because if it's only one dimensional. Unfortunately you're probably a little skewed in some areas of your life and so the more the more you can flesh stat out to be as successful as possible. The more you'll feel that your life has much more balanced and much more. You feel much more fulfilled. That's just a great point. And and i totally agree with that as we think about our lives and having a limitless life. It's not just being extremely successful financially. Some people do that and and are certainly people who are uber. Successful much more so than i've been but i think what the lessons in the book is about is what is it. What is it that you want to define your life and if it's money that's great but if all you chases money and career success at the at the detriment of your family and your relationships and everything like that. What kind of end product is that so limitless talks about Deciding what you want to be in all walks of life and really creating goals and writing those down and building a path to get there because at the end of the day. That's what matters right. It was the whole person that we become not about. How much money. We've we've made exactly now is this. A workbook isn't a normal book. that one would read. Well it's it's a normal book but it's meant to be concrete and hard hitting and that it's it's one hundred fifty pages so it's a quick read an airplane in the old days when we flew on airplanes but it's meant to be airplane ride book and read it in a few hours but it also has at the end of each chapter it has a A section that is called dig deeper and has a bunch of resources for each one of these steps. I talk about where there's real much more meat and detail that people can dig into. So there's less podcast in books and articles and and shows or movies that people can watch and then there's a little workbooks action at the end of every in an end of every chapter as well So that as if the reader who wants to kind of work along they can go through the workbook style or even at the end of the book. I have additional forms at my website. Pete rupert dot com where people can download forms each year for instance as they build their limitless life. Plan as i call it one thing. I really love about this book. I mean multiple things. But i love the fact that it's written for young kids or young children or rather teenagers as well as an elderly person because it crosses the whole spectrum of of humanity if you will we all doesn't matter where we are in life have goals we all have dreams and we all have limiting beliefs. So i love the fact that this speaks to all all readers who who want to redo. Yeah that's a great point. James and it was funny when i first wrote it. I kind of targeted that age group call it. Eighteen to late thirties still relatively early in their career early in their adult life. And they're just trying to figure it all out and trying to figure out. Okay how do i achieve my dreams. We didn't talk about that in school. No one really knows and so. This is a way to help them do that. And what i found is many colleagues are people who have Older than i am. E t even read the book and sent me notes or put a review up on on amazon for instance just talked about. Hey While i wanted this for my kids it ended up being equally. Impactful for me to take away. So that's hugely rewarding for me. I gotta tell you better it is. We only have a short period of time. Because these interviews fly by. So i'd like to maybe three or four of the different steps to kind of be a little teaser for my audience. So why don't we go through the first up. Yeah absolutely well. The first chapter in the first step is called win the battle in your head and the net net of it is we all have this negative voice in this positive voice that speaks to us on a constant basis. And when i was younger. I used to think that i was the only one with that. Negative tell me. I wasn't good enough. I can't do this. I can't do that. And i realized i studied successful. People that even people with uber successful. Like i mentioned have this negative voice all the time. And it's still exists in my brain today as well but i think that challenges that we all have is to think about what our mindset is and understand that we have both positive and negative voice in the key is. How do we train ourselves and talk about that a little bit in the book that we probably don't have time for today. But how do we train ourselves to ensure that the positive voice the voice that says you can be successful you can achieve your dreams wins out more than that negative voice that always want you to hold back and not take a risk and not not Put yourself out there. Were people might see you fail. Did you know that is research states that for every negative thing that happens it takes roughly six positive things to counteract that so if our thought system says we're negative or whatever may be it's so much more work to create that positive mindset and so that is one thing unfortunately we as humans are wired to focus on. Things aren't going well and so with that. You know the techniques you're going to teach them really helps them overcome that six time you know. One to six ratio. To help them be able to do much more expeditiously it'd be able to really retrain their thoughts to focus on the specific healthier aspects of them to be able to have that. Buy into say yes. I evalu- i can't do this. I can't overcome obstacles. Absolutely no doubt about it and i think once people realize that everybody has this negative talk in their head. Then they can. They can quickly start to think about. Okay how do i overcome it. It's there for everybody in here. Here are steps. I can do to ensure that positive voice wins in my head and the negative doesn't drag me down when i teach about this. I always use the cartoon. When i was a little boy the looney tunes. If you'd see bugs bunny with like a little angel on his left side in an little devil on his right side. They're talking to him. And that's always the visualization. I used when i when i think of these types of things. It's kind of funny that that's so apple. Reports we have the by and create this. This positive healthy mindset and we're focused on that and what are the next one of the next steps. Well there's a number of steps. And i never have limited time. I'll focus on some of the most important thing. The next big one that i think about is really i call the chapter or that step dreaming big and then making it bigger and then we have these self limiting thoughts about ourselves and what are potential is and even when we can write down what we want to be what we want to achieve or what are dreams are. We tend to limit them and so Part of that is is. I'm a big fan. That i learned again over time by studying other successful people about importance of writing down vision statements. Some people create vision boards with pictures of what they want their future life to be like out. I was one who wrote it out in kind of a little summary page and actually show a piece of that in my book but It's so important to us to train our mind about what it is that we want to do. And so i encourage people to write out a vision statement that talks about their life. Almost as if it's already happened in ten or twenty or twenty five years and what they've accomplished and what their family life is like and what their marriage is like and what they're doing in the community and when we do that and then we start to write annual and quarterly goals. What we're gonna do a stepping stones to achieve that ultimate vision what we're basically doing is inserting in our mind. The end state in our. And it's amazing and i'm not a mind scientists but you read about this research that shows that the mind just grabs a hold of that when it's written down and read all the time and subconsciously tries tries to help the person get to that goal so even without a formal knowledge of mind is helping you work toward your goals and by writing those things down and reviewing on a regular basis it just this inertia starts to move forward so that indeed dreams can come true and it's been a perfect example in my life certainly over the last twenty years as i've learned this put it to action. What's awesome one thing to consider as well as as you know of course as as the educator your different types of learning one thing i do and this is just just to say what i do but no kudos to me at all but what i do is since i'm in an auditory learner. So for me. Since i talk on the radio on time but i do. I've actually i did what you're talking about here. But i have probably about twenty twenty. Five minutes of those types of things are talking about who. I am my character And so i listened that every single morning and so not only to talk about my character. What i want to accomplish but a ghost through all of my life goals and so i hear that every single morning so that's how i start my morning so i love the fact that you you write it down but i do know that other people are going to be more auditory people as well so that may be something as well to maybe piggyback off. What you're saying is too if they aren't able to write it down perhaps have an auditory recording of something out too. But you know the other thing. That really i like as well as if i write down my goal today if i if i limit it based off of what i can do today. Well then i pretty much limited myself to say ten years from now. This is who. I'm going to become well if i can do the goal today. Roughly today not really stretching my faith stretching my 'imagination stretching my dreaming so just i guess once again piggyback piggyback enough of you is think bigger than what you think you can actually do because when you can do that that really makes you stretch a really makes you focus on. How do i get there. I mean i know today. But i know in certain number of years i will have the ability. I will have tenacity. I will be able to accomplish them. No doubt and i think that's right. I mean because we all get stuck an incremental ism right And we set ourselves. I want get a job that pays ten percent more or something like that. And that's not. That's not going to be that breakthrough and and you're exactly right. And that's why by pushing something out ten or fifteen or twenty years you give yourself the opportunity to think much bigger than what your current world is not just your career but in terms of the kind of person you want to be and how you wanna give back and the impact you want to have on your community There's just so much we can do but That's why exactly right james. I call the chapter dream big and then make it bigger and talk about how we can do that to really think ourselves to get outside of the box and break away from the constraints that we grew up with and their hindering us today to really think about a much bigger impact. We can make this world that's great. We'll have a few more minutes. So i wanted to switch over to one more thing when you with all your readers and i guess just your own life and the people with whom you work what would you say is the number one reason why most people think they can't do something accomplish our goal. I think a lot of it is is throw out a couple reasons. First reason was would be how they grew up. Right i i. I don't think school i don't think families are built. Necessarily in many cases to promote what people can be We too often are worried about risk and failures in society. We don't celebrate failures in one of the chapters in the book. We won't spend time on it now. But i call it fail often. I thought greatest learning failing if we're just playing it safe. We're not failing that means. We're not pushing the envelope on our own capabilities. And so i think that environment that we grow up in oftentimes. It's the peer group that we live with. I encourage people to find Examples or champions in the book as well break away from your current peer group of. They're not the people there that going to boost you up because most friends. Here's the reality. Don't want you to break away and become a bigger better more successful person because that makes them feel badly about themselves and so oftentimes we to find new peers in new friends new colleagues to hang out with who can help us pull us along where they had the same kind of dreams goals that we might have one of my favorite quotes is. You can't hang chickens and expect to soar with eagles. Love the well peter. It has been an absolute pleasure having show today once again. Their time flew by if melissa. Wanna find out more information about you. Purchase your book limitless nine steps to launch a one extra ordinary life. Where were they find this information online. Well the easiest places they can go to pete. Rupert dot com p. e. t. r. u. p. p. e. r. t. dot com. And there's a link to buy the book right there or they can certainly find me on. Amazon dot com or barnes and noble dot com. If they just. 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Ruppert Jones

Changing the Game

1:01:46 hr | 2 years ago

Ruppert Jones

"This is changing the game. Our by functional remedies Endo sport, the leading hembo for professional and amateur athletes alight. This podcast, trumpets, the value of being fit the thing, a healthy lifestyle and positioning yourself to be oh, you can be for as long as you will be. Today folk, you're in for a treat, we're talking to Rupert Jones World Series champion center fielder. With the Kansas City Royals the Mariners the Yankees the Padres, the Detroit Tigers and wound up his career with the California Angels. It's great to have you on the show, my friend, we go back a long way together, if his we do feel so Rupe? What's taking up your time? These days you stepped away from the game in nineteen eighty eight. What do you do in these days? You remind me how old I am. Okay, I'll try I'll try not to go there too bad. Are you healthier you in good shape? I'm in pretty good shape outside. It looks good. You know, Roop, I remember when you came up when you came out and in, in canton into the game, people labeled you as a can't miss, you had all the tools of five tool athlete, and back in those days, that was a tremendous compliment, but it didn't take long route before injuries began to creep in what was your thought. When you first came up, what were your dreams what were your aspirant when you first said yes to that first contract with the royals. Well, I was I was always a pretty good athlete. Feel I play football baseball and basketball high school. And when it came down to draft time royals draft third round. And I thought that was my best opportunity to continue to move my life forward. So I signed mine lick amazing a minor league contract with them played three years in a mile. And then I went to the big leagues and played for Whitey. Jake mcken. No. That was sorry. That was like, why did hers up Whitey hers? Oh. And I got to watch the game. I got to learn the game. The only thing I was bad about that year was when they when they when rub into the big leagues the first night, I face Gaylord, period. Or week as four starting to gain was concerned I faced goose Gossage. I start. No the game for another week a pinch hit and I made it came in the game late, but my third game I faced Dennis Eckersley, and then my fourth game which another week later, I, I, I face Burt bly Levin and at at about those four games. Jimmy christmas. I'm facing gadgets, Dane. Good, you know, and come to find out all four Mahala famous where you're not only faced hall of famers earlier in your career, you also played for three hall of fame managers, what was it like playing for guys like Mckee and tell me tell me a good, Jack mckeon story, because I always loved trader Jack. Well, I was I was an outcome out Aibo. I was I was pretty good teams play what we want. So Jack and by me, spring training because they were by the new a couple other guys and Jackson. Well, we got we got him back reproduce to. So inviting me to. The two big Nick camp. First trip I was late for the bus. Okay, we would go out of town. I was late for the bus. So when I got on a bus jet gave me a look. We went we went back to two hour bus rat. I didn't play. So the next day we got back for practice. And Jack made me run. He made me run for hour and a half in Alfie back and forth. I didn't stop because I knew I was room. So I kept running for hour and a half, they found he told me stop, did you older Maly, develop a warm relationship with jacker? Is it was kind of a distant relationship? Well, I respect Jack tremendously Jack was a good baseball man. And he he knew the game. He in a good player who had a man just player. So. I thought he was held a managed. Let's go from the Kansas City Royals in nineteen seventy seven to the Seattle Mariners where you're played for former Red Sox manager Darrell Johnson. What was it like playing for Darryl d'or was a laid back individual? He wasn't too. I eating get to excite at one way L away. He was a pretty good patient manager for a team like ourselves because we had a team full of guys who were counted like cast off from other organizations are put put up put up for grabs more or less for the expansion teams. So a lot of guys has had a lot to prove and Darryl had a good temperament for for the team we had. Let's interesting because four years after you signed your contract. With the Kansas City Royals coming out at nineteen. Seventy six you find yourself playing for your third major league team. I the royals than the Mariners and then the New York Yankees in nineteen eighty what were your thoughts when you were being traded and moving around? We think in what the heck is wrong with me. Why can't I stick with one team or Roope? Were you happy to move over to the Yankees at that point in your young career? I come up a phenomenal year in nineteen seventy nine and I played real good. That's the best year. I had two major leagues in the Yankees wanted me. So they traded a few guys to get me it was it was a shame that. You know my career went into direction he did the first year when I played I was playing pretty good. I had chanced outset chance to win rookie year in August, first of that year I told my knee but I continue to play. And at the end of the season, I got I had to get NIA peration so in, in the back in that day that, oh, surgery. And for months, I still any store run into two two months later. And so consequently when I went to spring training was not ready. Well, when the season started, I was not ready, but I played. And then in may, I start filling healthy start playing well in bloom. In my pennies blew out, we was in Boston in my penance blew out and I had to emergency. How are merging shot operation in Boston, and it's funny because I had just read the book coma, no? Oh my. You know I'm on, I'm on the operating table. Anybody give me anesthetics? I say, I said, I looked at the gas, I am gonna wake up on what you mean. I just read the book coma lot, waking up. Well friends, those of you listening. If you have never read the book comb, it was written by a medical doctor, Robin Cook. And I'll tell you what, that, that book scared the BG vers. Well, so you go from the Yankees in nineteen eighty a year later to join dick Williams in the San Diego Padres. You stick there a couple of years, you know what I was living in San San Diego. Rupe? And that's where you and I met and I knew dick Williams for a number of years. They're gonna tell you something that guy always scared me a little bit. He was not the easiest guy to talk to. Well, I gotta go back again. Feel. My year in New York. Play I was playing and I was eating the top player on the team or the second top or the second player, what would run production runs scored or RBI's is at the time, and then I had an emergency operation on my abdomen because I had what they call adhesion. I had a blockage in, in some of my ball had got caught me. My intestine had got caught up in the in into the incision in my pin Knicks. So I get ration- feel and then at the end of the towards the end of the season when I came back I ran into the wall and suffered a serious, serious head injury and broke my shoulder. So that was that was like another year. There was just devastating. And then eighty one when I came to the Padres we had to strike year. In eighty two km spring training, of course, with dick Williams came. And I had to fight for job in center field. Dick was probably the best manager plateful I you know, I don't want to cut the other two short. But dick was the best manager. I played for dick taught me how to play I, I knew how to pre into star play with dig wins. Y tell you what the Rupe. You could flat out fly across an outfield from that center field position thing. I remember about you, and I, I saw you with San Diego face-to-face man. I'll tell you. I never saw the kind of speed. I mean, in person that I saw you had possessed a quality that was a rarity even back then. I mean Rupe? You gotta admit when it came to defense you were about as good as it got in center field. I really worked hard in the minor leagues on my outfield play I in we could fly balls every day. But I would have a gentleman named Billy script she hit me, fun goes from from second base area. He would hit me land dries, and he would have me moving before the ball was hit. He taught me how to move before the ball is hit. So every time the ball was hit. I was always moving because I knew how to get a jump on the ball. So I read the bet real good that enabled me to get to balls, a lot easier than a lotta, I'll Phyllis. I watch these guys today and everybody won't die for they won't die for fly balls. I'm trying to figure out why they won't die for plot balls. All they gotta do is take another step. You know, Roop our podcast deals with, you know, fitness health staying in shape being as good as you can be for as long as you will be on this planet. You, you seem to have one situation after another, when it came to stay healthy. Did you think about that consciously my friend when you were rampant through your major league career how gonna stay healthy? Why can't I stay healthy? What were your thoughts as a player during those travails? No feel sometime. I thought I was naked bidding. I broke my ankle broke my foot in San Diego and eighty two. Okay. My career ended because I told my shoulder up and I had rotator in labor damage so yeah, I had some unfortunate situation happens. But that's a part of life. You know, you start Crandall was spilled milk. Then, you know you're not going to continue to progress. I will be the man, I am today if I had gone through all those different experiences, you know, payers eight try to they try to insulate their kids from difficult situations. You can't not do that. Then, you know they don't they gonna learn, they got to go out there and got a fall down a couple of times. So you when you look back on your career do you look back on your career today? Rupe? Saying to yourself, man, I could have been so much more had. I've been able to stay healthy or, or my friend. Do you look back and say, thank the good Lord for blessing me with the career I had where are you on that? Continuum. I look back for a long time. I kind of regret it how career win. But you know it went the way it went. I you know, I can't be crowded with spill milk. I can't go back. I learned a lot. Like I said, I wouldn't be the man, I am today if I had kept getting up, you can get knocked down, but you gotta keep getting up, and I was just, I, I guess I want smart enough to stay down Phil. I just kept getting up. So what was training like in the clubhouses back in the seventies and eighties Rupe? But did you feel like you had real good trainers, real good, medical personnel, kind of moving you back towards the lineup or, or was it not what it is today? When I played you, you only deal when I played if you day. It was on the deal. And you know, we don't do the these guys do nowadays. They take these supplements of they, I don't. I don't know how they train, they bigger ellipted lot of weights in Jimmy Christmas. You building muscles up, but you get them tendons, and you can find muscles that taking a lot of pressure. So weight training was non existent. When you played correct, not the way they way train now. How is it different? Rupe? You still talk to players today. I'm sure periodically. What's the biggest difference between staying healthy in your playing days and staying healthy today? Can you can you speak to that? Yeah. Look, you gotta be lucky man. You look at all the guys in, in the hall of fame. You know, they had long careers you have you got to have long career to put the number of them guys put up. And when you don't play you can't put the numbers up, you know they get hurt nowadays on. What a slight hamstring. They're big on a deal right away. They pull oblique muscles up for month. You for a month when I played you you lost your job. So talk to me for a minute. Rupe about preparedness for the game of baseball. What did you do to prepare every day for your opponents physically? What, what was your regimen when you got to the stadium to get yourself a ready to pay two three hours later. Well, we get to the buying. I get to the ball towards the end of my career again to the ballpark nearly. Oh, and we played cards in the clubhouse, and we relaxed and, you know, shoot the breeze. And then and then we go out. Earlier than Ben practice and get some running in. We throw a little bit. But we we get running. We do we do running. And then we have bagging practice after baton practically go back in the clubhouse come back out and play. It wasn't a long elaborate thing. So that went on for tween nineteen seventy six to nineteen eighty eight in the minors through your, your major league. You're finished up by recall over in Japan with the Hanshin Tigers. What was it like for you when you stepped away from the game? How difficult was it not so much physically? But mentally for you to say goodbye to a gain that you grew up loving. When I left the game I was ready to go. I you know, I have so many issues that the issues that I had kept me from playing baseball on a high level. I was lucky to play as many years as I did my hair engine took a big toll on me start wearing, you know, if you heard anything, as you live with it longer. It's gets worse and worse and my head injury in really start bothering me. And I didn't really know until years later that basically. That's what happened to me. There were times when I know my focus and concentration just wasn't there in everything sometime being a blur. Can find out my vision perception is not good, fine motor skills was leaving me. You know, the look people take for granted. I was losing that talent. And then my head my head hurt all the time. It hurt all the time. Well in nineteen seventy seven you made the all star team you repeated you came back as a member of the Padres in nineteen eighty two is an all star Rupert. You'll win a World Series championship for sparky Anderson and the Detroit Tigers in nineteen Eighty-four against the Padres, I've almost forgiven you for that. But what was that like playing at that level? When you when you saw the game from a different perspective, you were healthy and you're playing the game you love that had to be such a good feeling. You know that year eighty four was was was unique year from me. I went I went free agent. And nobody picked me up. Nobody gave me a tune to play. And I had I had I had hurt myself tremendously in the game of baseball. So Pittsburgh called me up today before spring training. And they asked me they, they asked me to come come to campus. A non roster player, I live in California. So I had to lead the next day, flew all day and got in got into Brayden some net night, and then the next day getting about midnight and next day I on the field at nine o'clock. So I was on the field. I was extra man. So consequently or I was I was non rested player so we play games at nine o'clock in the morning. I feel at nine o'clock in the morning with the great really starting and we played gain. And then I would go over to the complex in play in a game around seven six seventh inning six seven eight ten. And having fun I was playing a lot of balls spring training. But I was having fun. And matter of fact, I was hitting about three I was in. I was in pretty good spring training. And Chuck Tanna Kate Katie me one day. And he said, you, you plan will you doing a lot of things. He said what you got hitting out. I won't see hit some home runs is because I wanna see the power. So the next day we go over the Clearwater, and I had a home run. And two days later. Go to a Landau and I hit a home run again. And then two days later, we Brayden played nine o'clock game. I came over. They put me in the game in the eighth inning. And we were down by a run. I hit a home run tattoo gain. So I had three home runs in, like four or five days. And when I came around thirty base, and I was coming to touch on plate. Chuck town looked at their store smelling three days later, he came to me and said, this is the hardest thing. I'll be doing baseball. He said about we can't sign you. We got we let you go. I said, thank you, Chuck. You gave me up tune to play and I really appreciate it. So I went home and I was home for two weeks mil mil. April. And my agent calls me up and says the Detroit Tigers won't you? I said, what I said many fifteen, and they don't need me. He said the Detroit Tigers once you. So it wants you triple and today's. So I had to pack up again and go AAA. Well, I took you know they didn't put me right away. I took a week to get conditioning again, and then put me in the lineup I had a contract and says, if I'm not in the big league by June. I, I could ask for my release. Played in Evansville. And I was again, playing real. Well, I wanna top players league RBI's. I was hitting pretty good hitting three hundred and the Tigers came to me a day or two before, June first and they said, we know that you got a June first deadline to be in the big leagues. He they said, high of it where you stay a couple of extra will you give us a couple of days extra? So we can get a roster move for you and my agency. Well, lot of people won't you right now as a year, but they didn't give me a chance. I said Detroit gave me a chance. I said, I wait. So I waited and then they got the big leagues June fifth. Of that year. And I had I had I had to fortunately with some warriors, some great ballplayers. I mean great ballplayers probably the best ball players on one team at at at that particular time in their careers. Lou Whitaker, Allen tramway Kirk Gibson, Chet lemon lands. Peres Jack Morris, Willie Hernandez was an MVP Cy Young winner. That year Dan Petri. I mean I play with some warriors. We had about six guys hit double figures. Home runs on T an extra man's would just extra man was fantastic. And sparking knew how to manage. Sparky ever know how to manage captain hook. I remember they called him in Cincinnati. What was it like playing for sparky Rubai? I always regarded sparky as one of the finest men forget baseball, just one of the finest men I had ever met. He is wanting to find his men that you'll ever meet. Okay. He was a man who was he had his ways. Now he'll tell you the minute boys, my way or the highway. Yep. But, you know, he was it was it was a great man. Sparky didn't manage the game on hunches, sparky marriage the game the same way all the time you can always think when when when he's gonna use you. So if you extra man, you knew certain situation, you, you need to be ready because spark is gonna put you in the game. You know, it we're going to be like the last minute on man. You gotta you gotta go in you knew before that you might have to go in. So you always ready, mentally, and physically. Well, don't go away friends. You're listening to changing the game. Our guest today as former major league player Rupert Jones. We'll be right back with more. Changing the game is powered by functional remedies Endo sport. The preferred hemp oil for professional and amateur athletes alike. To learn more, go to functional remedies dot com. Welcome back to change the game. I'm Phil stone. Well today what a treat this has been where visiting with Rupert Jones. Former major league ball player throughout the late nineteen seventies. And the eighties and Rupert we were talking about what it's like to play for some of the great managers, three hall of fame managers in your career, but I wanna turn back to a newer training for a game when you would practice for playing centerfield chasing down. Fly ball seeing them against the sun all the way into the glove for an out. What was your training regiment when you were out on the field preparing for a game? What were you focused most intently on? I would come on catch flab, owes one I caught fly balls every day, and I, I remember our grandma's, grandma's flab balls every day, and then towards the end of my flat balls. He, he would hit me balls over the fence close to the fence. And he I had to jump. And catch him. So I would he would do it every day. He hit me about seven eight balls. That was either out of the ball Coker just about going to ballpark, and I would jump up and grab the ones I could, we're in a big game in September against the Toronto Toronto Blue Jays. A lot of people forget, Toronto is chasing us all year. And they got closer couple of times and we re in September at big game and cliff Johnson came to the plate as a pinch hitter. He hit the ball hit the ball, close to out of the ballpark closer to the ballpark and I jumped up and I went over the fence and I grabbed it. And everybody what a great kid. What a great kid in say you'd better catch the ball. I hit you balls. Let it every day. So, so you would go airborne, just what you were describing to catch a fly ball. Do you think the training for football sacrificing your body for everything did that help at all the immune you're cross training as a young boy, what helped you most playing center field? Played hartsville played hard. I took I took it as an insult if ball, dropped in centerfield, whether what was in front of me behind me or in the gap. I took it took offense to it. So Consequently, I would try to catch everything I could root physically speaking. What did you do throughout your career to try and stay in shape, even though even though your career was a story of a lot of stops and starts due to injury. But what were you doing to try to try and stay on the field? While in the wintertime, I used to play basketball early, early problem critically basketball and I would go to the gym hour and a half a day. And then I started taking karate in the karate was really good for me. So I did karate I did I played, I went to jail play basketball. So I did a lot of things. You know, Roop, you're a two time all star you were on this world champion Detroit Tigers. Hey, by the way, where's your ring today? Do you wear your ring? What where is that thing? I got it feel. That's all it matters. Get yours at you might. Well, I'm gonna be in San Diego and a couple of weeks. So you better hide it a little better. You know, in our last segment route, we spoke about your career on a lot of your physical accomplishments. And some of the things that brought you down physically, but something we also cover on changing the game. How you get a mental edge. I don't have to tell you Rupert baseball seasons are long their arduous. Can you share share how you approached each game mentally, what type of intensity your managers and coaches and still upon you as a player, how does that translate to the on the field from the mental side nowadays? If you still signed the other team is upset with you. And I'm trying to figure out a mad at me because I still assigns. Well that's a part of the game. If, if you if you're not going to change your science, and you use the same almost still because our no. I'm going, I won't know what's going on. So we took we look for age all the time. Play with 'em all Paul Molitor and rubbing yada spring training. And they would tell me a man when I'm on base. Do you, do you know what do you all know what's coming? I said, what do you do? You know, do you want to know what's coming? So you know what's coming? And then I realized why. Ogilvy and Kupa and Gordon government-owned us can hit so good. Those guys use to get on base, and they tell them what's coming. How do you know that? How do you figure that out Roope? Those guys were smart, man. They went into those guys hang out in, in the film room. They hung out on the field watching watching the plate know we knew we knew certain guys who couldn't play outfield. So here ten the ball was hitting guys direction. We've never start running until he caught the ball. We knew certain infield, then we put pressure on them. You know, they might throw the ball away and then the catches, we knew the catcher who couldn't throw. So he was still basis. So we always was was thinking about what we can do to get an extra base or to help us when a game who was the best player you ever played with or against who was who's a guy that day in and day out during your career, you said that is the number one guy. Well, I'll play with Reggie in nineteen eighty. He was you know, he didn't win the MVP jaws bit on MVP. Reggie headed for nominee year, registered three hundred for the only time he hit his career he three hundred and he was phenomenal. I must admit he was phenomenal. Kirk Gibson played with for two months, three months, and he did everything you can a man can do to win a ballgame, Allen trama. He called every ground ball that you hit to him if he got his hands on it, you're out he could play. He could hit also. I mean I play with Karoo. I played with. Don sutton. Don Sutton was was a great competitive and done sudden they didn't put him in the hall of fame. First ballot. He took a few times, getting hall of fame and ours, always wonder why he had three thousand strikeouts. And he had three hundred wins. Now how can you have three dollars strike? I three hundred wins and not go to hall of fame, the first ballot second bout. Yeah, I always wondered with Don Sutton. Whether it was a couple of altercations he had, you know away from the foul lines of baseball. And I think any maybe the guys that were voting at the time kinda lined up against him for some of those things. I always thought it was wrong. But I also think the way the hall of fame has voted is wrong. There are players that today players that have passed through the game during your career that I believe, should be in the hall of fame because if you're gonna hold those players to the standard of the live ball era while, then you also probably ought to look back in see some of the players that are in the hall who may be shouldn't be in the hall based on some of the same things that they did or went through. So the, the plain field is not level. Would you agree or disagree? Well, I'm not going to get into the politics of it. Feel like triple Hoffman are. Yup. I played in celebrity softball game which of Hoffman and I said, why don't you the? But for the for the hall of fame, he said, L L, two years ago, I said, you know, thing is a no I say, well, Bruce shooting hunting. He said, yeah, how many say the have the low three hundred see you got six hundred. Nobody got his manager you how can you not being Hama? Fain min- feel tell me this, this mega six hundred saves. He came the hall of fame. First ballot. To sit on the saves two and Trump is one of them. Yeah. I'm gonna bring up a guy who he's kind of a lightning rod, you're either form or against him. I'm gonna bring up Pete Rose. And I know I I've heard both sides of the argument I've studied both sides of the argument. But I mean I I I'm looking at what Pete did between the foul lines for a long career. Like you said, you gotta have a long career to be in the hall of fame. Pete not only had a long career, but he had a stellar career. He made a mistake. And I just looked back now Ruben, and I say, is it time? Is it time for baseball to forgive? Is it time for them to forgive invite? Pete to the party. Some still say absolutely not commissioners of lined up and said, no. And I, I don't know. I see both sides of the argument. I understand it in. Sometimes I can say, you know, I agree. I agree with your position to keep them out. But I think from overwhelming standpoint, he deserves to be where are you on Pete Rose? Roop, Pete Rose p rose never gave in that battle way at score could be Levin the war, and he's still trying to get ahead. Okay. Pete Rose came to the ballpark ready to play every day. He got four thousand hits those anybody four thousand hints. Okay. Pete was wrong. I will agree with that, you know, he was wrong, and they, they punished him. But nowadays based on based on to advertise gambling on baseball. Based on they put gambling and baseball now. And so Consequently, I think you gotta reinvestigate Pete peach case because if you're going to if you're going to advocate, or you're gonna try to promote gambling on baseball, then that's a whole new can of want. That's a game changer. Isn't it? That's what you think. Well, that's it. Yeah. So we're in the same camp there. We both understand what he did was wrong. But where does forgive this come in folks? Where does forgiveness enter the near the game? And I just believe it's long enough, but I just read, I don't know, three or four days ago, Rupert that the Commissioner is still saying, Nope. Is nothing's changed in my eyes and pizzas. Not going to be voted into the hall of fame. And I, I don't know. I just I just think it's so wrong. But let let's talk about. Let's talk about FILA guys eighties. No baseball will be mad at me. I love baseball baseball been very good to me. But as a league if you're gonna promote him in, you gotta open case backup. Well, I'm on that. Same bus with you, my friend. I see at the same way, and I felt this way for quite a while now initially, I thought it was right to ban peed into into instead of just leave it alone for a while. But my gosh, how many years of pass since Pete Rose committed this, you know this crime against baseball. I guess you would call an I dunno Pete Rose said this week, you know, I'm over it. I'm over the hall of fame believe me, I'm fine, not being in the hall of fame. But I'm gonna tell you something. I it hurt it hurts my heart that the game has taken this tax. I love baseball route probably about as much as you do. It was always my dream to grow up and become a pitcher for the Pittsburgh Pirates. But we have fourteen inch biceps. That's not gonna happen. I'm saying. Feel you probably slow too. Hey, rube? What's going on now on your life? What's happening? What are you doing today in San Diego? Feel I was working on worked for a company for twenty eight years so health insurance and I'm retired about a year and a year ago and my wife and I we spent a lot of times, I, I wrote a book, feel, I wrote a book about my life and my career in split a lot of things that happened to me that we talked about, you know, how I had to keep getting up met in order to live another day. So I wrote this book and I'm real proud of it. I'm looking to get get somebody, I've been working to get somebody help me. Write it edited and get it published. And that's my next. That's my next project to find someone to help me write it. Get it published. Have it out for people by? So what did you write the book for you? Rupe? Or did you write it for fans? You know, when I start writing the book, I was just I was writing. I want to give another side of the story, you know, I've always thought that no matter how you slice it feel there's two sides. Slice, you want to, but it's still too sides. So I want to get another side which was mine. And I haven't talked I haven't said anything and over thirty years. So of course I went to a lot of bad times. But I start writing a book and I say, I might help somebody after Lou while I realise hip myself because I was getting real things that was inside of me that needs to come out, and it made me feel real good. And I know that when people read this book is gonna make them feel good to it's gonna make them think. I get tipped the scale little bit. Give us give us a appoint or to that a what some of the things that you wrote that helped you what, what, what did you need to put down on paper? I forgot how good a ballplayer was because I had up and down to injuries. And I really forgot how good I was and I was in. I was in Texas at the airport. This is two thousand twelve and I had been telling my wife about Nolan Ryan's known around was greatest competitor and wanted to tough his pitches. I've been faced in my life. And I said, you know, it was it was it was it was a different experience base in him. So we have to report in Austin in known Iran's airport, because I said, baby baby, they go, they're going on Iran. So I go to Nolan known around repercussions and he looked at me. Like you know who I was. So I got my wife did. I'm kinda embarrassed. You put Betty on them. Oh man. So we went to security, and he came up to me. You'll hit a home. Run off me, Mike. Thirty years ago. He said, I'm still mad about it. Oh my goodness. It's still remember thirty years ago. I said, Jimmy Christmas, I said, don't worry about Nolan said, oh, the first hit, I have you in two years. In another story. Herro bane, the great hero, Baynes, Baynes, Chicago, White Sox, or saw the man's got me to ballpoint one day throw the first pitch out. So I'm down the field talking to Chris Chambliss, who was the hitting coach de particular time. So Chris, and I was talking in Harold Baines came up to us. He's a hey, Chris, he hit a ball out of Comiskey in. Chris looked at me. And what is a he hit a ball out of Comiskey? That's when echo. Big ball, talk in the world. Oh my goodness. And I hit the ball, we have the story was I faced Tom Seaver, the first time I face Tom Seaver hit a double off the left, centerfield, wall, and basically, loaded. I cleaned the basis beat him at Comiskey now we were in. He was insistent that time or in Cincinnati riverfront stadium. Yeah. So I, I facing my hit a triple double. Left field wall to in three runs. So the next time I come to play, he tells me, a cut fastball any breaks my bat. So the next time I face Tom face, again, he broke to abets Mike. My cut fastball on my hands. So I see Tom three years later and he's pitching with the White Sox. The first time I go to home plate. He does that cut fastball in on my hands. He breaks. My bad again. I'm sitting managers breaking my best. So Larry Asam I was swinging thirty four thirty one at the time a thirty three thirty one ounce bet. So Larry hunter had a big bit. Thirty five thirty five ounces Larry giving his bed. It's what you're gonna do. I'm gonna keep my hip, this bit is you can't get much kitchen with a little bit. How you get to. The bet. So see why on up he cut fastball, and I jumped my hands on that ball and hit it. I say, yes, I got him. And then I looked up I said that's going in the second deck and then all of a sudden about just disappeared into the night. Did they ever did? They ever give you an unofficial measurement of how ball how far that ball went. Well, if you look at the list of the guys who hit balls out of Kaminsky when visiting teams there, they aren't many, but I'm one of man wasn't Comiskey. Hey group wasn't Comiskey's dimension in center field for forty four. It was three three fifty down the lines. It was three eighty five three ninety five and again if the biggest ball with the biggest ball poke in the world. In major league. Baseball niece. Yeah. Man, I remember Comiskey park is being just absolute people thought the astrodome what's have to hit in. I thought Comiskey was absolutely impossible to hit in. I don't think so. Feel I used to hit good and Comiskey. Wow. How'd you do on the astrodome? Let's not talk about the Esther. You know the first game I ever went there to see Roope. I walked in that place. And I said, this is the biggest Maza Liam I've ever seen. It felt it felt awful to me, walk into that place. I didn't like the sound the smell or the look as we don't talk about it feel. That's why we're not gonna talk about it to this day. I don't know why they don't care that sucker down. I think the only person I can think of Rupe that light, the astrodome from hitting perspective was the old giant will Clark will Clark in his first major league at bat hit a home run in the astrodome off Nolan Ryan, what do you think of that? Well, he the one guy can spot supply power. So you hit out at ballpark, the dungeon, man. But you know what? There was one ballpark worse than astrodome. Feel one ball worth Nasser dome to this day. I always tell people when they comply. About the conditions. I said, man, I played in chemistry. And which ones that I said, man, you gotta play in counseling. Bark understand baseball. Ballpoint. The wind blew. They had to put grab on infield because if they put dirty with flower low the place it was always cold. We being there in July and people being stands with Parker zone and blankets company, legs, you talking candlestick. Right. Yes. Candidate park. I hate that please. Yes. Oh, Diane, I did play by play there in nineteen Eighty-four in into your point. I sat in that press box in the broadcast booth with Hank Greenwald in July. Exactly what you're saying. Rupe in July with the ski Jack at the collar pulled up a stocking cap on calling a baseball game. And you remember you remember standing in the batter's box looking out in left field and see on that fog coming down over the top of the stadium into left feel that was a scary scary, look to me on any night was a bad ballpark, Bill O S ever the bad ballpoint field. I'm serious, man. The wheel. Moso hard to pitcher with hat with blowing centerfield. Yeah. Yeah. Wasn't that wasn't that where? Oh, shoot Miller. Stan Stu Millard it didn't. He get blown off the mound there in an all star game or something like that. I don't know. It'd be may or may not hate group. I wanna ask you about mental topped us before we take a break, what does mental toughness main to you? Mental toughness is some bible, man. You know, people look at life and they always going to be easy. They look at athletes. Oh man. He's assessment he and he's great man. I've been life is easy for him. He has mental toughness because it takes it takes toughness to be successful. Because there are good days. Bad days. The, the, the gas who are good. They have more good days and bad days, but they have bad days, they can they can wear on you. So the I think no toughness is just being able to answer the bail and being able to do your best each and every day. It might not be your best on one particular day. But it is your best for that day. I remember somebody once told me that you want, you wanna find out how guys mental toughness is talked to him, after he's gone over thirty mired in a slump that he can't get out of that's when mental toughness kicks in. You're listening to Rupert Jones on this edition of changing the game. I'm Phil stone, and we'll be right back with rapid fire questions for Rupe? Don't move a muscle unless you're working out right now. Any case come on back as we're going to keep on moving. All of you listeners out there. I hope it's coming through that the teen here on changing the game loves what we do. And we hope you love it, too. We'd love to hear from you. Give us a shout out Poza question. Tell us your thoughts. What you like what you'd like to hear more of we want to hear from you on social media. Use hashtag changing the game podcast. That's tag changing the game podcast where one big happy family. And we want you to be a part of the a part of the show. Welcome back to our third and final segment of changing the game. I'm Bill stone. Today, we're having a wonderful conversation with former major league star Rupert Jones World Series champion on the nineteen Eighty-four Detroit Tigers Rupe in the final segment of the show. We're going to talk to some softball here. So our listeners can perhaps pick up a few tips for a healthier lifestyle for all of us and to get to know you a little bit better. So Rupe, what's your morning routine like tell us what gives you a little edge for your day? I get up in the morning. I tried to do cO person. Reema Bob wanna pray. Make breakfast breakfast every day, I go to the gym for about an hour after that start working on projects things that I'm doing and. Guessing the work I'm in bed by, I mean, we, we home. We've heard about eight o'clock. Wow, I go to bed between eight and eight thirty every night. So what does that gym workout do for you today? You're not playing baseball anymore. But does it make difference in your life? Well, blood flow is very important when you blood is flowing and you and you're getting good proper oxygen. Yeah. It helps it helps you overall keep them getting certain sicknesses, or keep your arteries, open. So you don't you don't have too much cholesterol issues. I mean help exercises. Is the key to long way long Jimmy exercise five times a week I work out five times a week. And how about the action pains from your baseball career. Do they do? They rear their ugly head from time to time or you're pretty much have those in your rear view mirror field. They never in the rear view mirror d they always out in front of you. I got I got I got broke show, I had rotator coffin labor Sergio on my on my right shoulder. Our head Neo peration had. I guess this issue's back not to mention my head still gives me problem. So I got a lot of things you know. You know did not have. So consequently going to Jim is very important for me because if I didn't go to gym I probably couldn't get out to be. So when you look back at the injuries that USA stained in major league baseball does the game. Still take care of you route from an insurance standpoint, or they still involved in your life. Well, I got a good pension plan. I'm not looking for major league baseball to cure me up play baseball. And I was very, I'm very happy with my my career to certain degree the got hurt. I got hurt doing a love doing playing baseball. I got no regrets for concern and baseball ago. The matter of fact baseball has given me everyday. And to that end Rupe? Named three people. If you can think of three people either in the game baseball, or even outside the game of baseball who provided you with motivation to achieve your goals over the long haul. A high school basketball coach, Mr Paul Daniels. One. My rookie ball manager. Gary Blaylock was another. I got more than three field. All Bill scripture really helped me out on my defense in, in the minor leagues was was important to me. My wife is probably the greatest person. I know. And she, she's she, she the great does the degrades person. No. And she's really sustain meal last twenty two years. I couldn't I couldn't have asked for more than have a wonderful wife locker. Rope is possible to put into words precisely what Betty has provided you with in your post major league career. Mr -bility. You know, she she, she's helped me to overcome a lot of things that I that I deal with. She loves me. She takes care of me. For a long time. I think nobody loves me. Nobody loves me but she did. And she came along, when she loved me, as, as I wrote my book, I said, better gave me something that nobody else would. I said she gave me love. Anytime you got love in your life field. Life is not difficult without love feel this is tough. All these bachelor's and all these bachelorettes they talk about, oh year. It's nice to be single innocent that gnawed ain't nice to be single. It's nice to come home, somebody that you love someone. That makes you want to come home to. Roop. Can you describe something? Something that few people know about you as a person. But that you're really proud of about yourself. I'm proud of the fact field that I made some promises to God that Kip. A lot of promises to God that I didn't keep I made wandered I killed I made to. And the first one was gonna stop drinking alcohol in nineteen Ninety-one, and I stopped drinking alcohol. I haven't had a drink alcohol since nineteen Ninety-one praise God and the second one field was gonna finish the book that I started. The third one I may was I'm gonna get this book publish the where are you right now in that endeavour to get your book published? I'm getting close close up. You know, I this, this industry is a little, different took me a while to kinda like learn the ins and outs. But I'm learning I'm I'm starting to miss a real good people. I got better obstacle better opportunities. I got better. I get better. I'm getting contact with people that are that has been successful stores writing. Listen, sir. It's just a matter of tab, before find someone who. Believes in me. Please when I got. And they won't do a rope when you wake up every day today. What TV shows are you in Betty, watching are there, any like prices? Right. That our number one on your hit parade. Berry that we watch reruns. If you want believe in that I like Sherlock Holmes, so elementary, I take all elementary and I watched him in nighttime all night long. I mean I don't even watch that many sports games. Now I'll take a game like last night. The warriors. I didn't want. Yeah. They sure did. I didn't watch the games to talk with more. So you a binge watcher. No, I just got certain habits. It's like I watch the major major league baseball channel. And I watched that I get the highlights I get my baseball fix for our watching the highlights. So what drives you most about the game today? What drives you crazy about the way the game is played today? Thank there's not that much. If put on. It's the little things that provides you said and up to the big they don't feel. They go for the big thing, but they don't go for the fundamental. I'm starting to see the game differently because these guys, don't the bomb, you know. You know they they took button at the game Senate, where you give out away man Bunning. These guys came filled the blunt, if you seen them if you seen this. Oh, no. I watched I watched a highlight the other day and the team pulled a squeeze play off. They, they bumped ball to are two second basement, a great book. The second baseman went for the ball, the first basically for the ball covering first base. Nobody. Nobody covered first base. Hey, someone turn back. The clock for nineteen Eighty-four. I'm doing San Francisco. Giants games. We talked about it earlier. Hank Greenwald, sitting right beside me. Roger Craig Roger Craig first year Humby manager of the giants. The giants pull off twelve sacrifice. Squeezes. Successfully rupe? Twelve successfully they win nine of the ball games. I haven't seen a suicide squeeze maybe more than one or two since nineteen Eighty-four. Why not? It's crazy. It's a part of the game of baseball. You come to the plate as a hitter and you look up. And the whole defense is on one side of the field. The whole deep is the one side of the field, and you got the whole underside wide open, and these guys land Drass fig. Stabby late ground ball to the other side of the field and get a double man. They can have down and just walked woke the first base, you make the deepest more Ernest. They gotta come back over it. So, so, so why, why aren't the why aren't the managers called on these players at the plate to just short lay down to bunt in walk to first base laid down the third baseline. There's not a guy within a hundred yards of the ball. Why, why don't they why aren't they calling that? Well, they say they don't want get like giving up outs, but I watch guys strikeout team struck out nine times in a game. If you nine times in the game at mean you only plan with twenty or you only playing with eighteen out. Yeah. That's right. Strike useless. So consequently, you playing with eighteen out you're not playing with twenty six at least when you blood you're playing with an extra out. They gotta make a play. Hey, what are you reading these days? Other than your book trying to get your book published. What's what's on your nightstand? What are you? I'm Betty reading. Well, I read a lot of mysteries mysteries. I try to read my books month, I you know, and I'll read mysteries every once in a while I pick up a serious book up with him. So what's your power snack? What, what, what are you, what are you cheating on today? When you head for the coward cupboard at two o'clock in the morning watching the baseball game replays. I'm pretty disciplined, but I learned my pastries and I learned my Browns. So. Love my stream too. So is one every eating a route, you just covered all the desserts. What do you mean? You gotta watch what you eat. You just cover them. All. So when you leave the health and fitness outside the restaurants, when you guys go out to dinner, what's your indulgent meal? What when you say okay, we're gonna we're gonna forget healthy eating tonight. Here's what we're going to order. What's that meal? No feel last night. We had pizza place we go to got the best pizza. We have pizza another place to go to get good. Mexican food. Okay. We got another place. They has Dern good hamburgers. And then we got another place that we go to, they got lettuce rep and they got won't own soup. So we go to certain restaurants to get a meal that we like. We, we go to, you know, we go to cheesecake factory, and we ought to take a Madera every time we walk into cheesecake Victor automatic. I don't have to look into what's Betty order. Same share in every meal. At feel me. We share every meal every meal, we share aren't you still hungry. Way to thirty six. Oh, all right. Rupe true. Confessions are over tell our listeners how they find you and how they get in touch with you. If they if the publisher if it's somebody who just wants to say, hi, is there a place? They can go to to Kate with you. They can go. They can communicate on Twitter. They can communicate with to me on linked in those are two sources that I to social media's that I do Twitter and I do link danso anybody wants to get in contact with me and have a conversation asking a question that's where they can go last question. Rupe? Anyone you see changing the game today and whatever field sports or, or any endeavor doesn't have to be football baseball, or even sports who is making a difference in the world that has earned your respect? Lebron James is number one and the Brown James played basketball for fourteen fifteen years. You never heard any controversy about him. He sent people to school in Afghanistan center with thousand people to college, and that's s phenomenal thing in it self. He's a good family man. I love my trout might try to on baseball player. I would probably pay the play baseball. He plays the game hard he runs hard. He plays. He plays the game like it's supposed to be played. You mentioned baseball. I'm coming to San Diego and a couple of weeks can I interest, you in Betty and coming out to Petco park with me to catch the Padres? Yes, sir. I'd be there. There's one of the Garfield and that's Tom Brady Tom Brady. His forty one forty two four three years old. He's still winning Super Bowls in a close game. I would tell people I take Tom Brady over anybody. And he's is a winner. We all like winners. America was born on greatness, we went Bono. Mediocrity. We have bone on greatness, and if you don't like to watch great people perform what they do matter. What it is a musician actor. So we are. And when we take that away we become mediocre. That's why president says, make America great again. We got we got great individuals. Mohammed Ali, you know send door. We got people or Kareem Abdul-Jabbar should say, we get great athletes. Great people rate musicians. Great businessman. This country was bone on greatness mitt. You know, everybody's accept mediocrity now. And it's not his greatness. We've been talking to a man today who knows something about greatness, he never accepted mediocrity. He was dealt a bad hand injury after injury after injury. But Rupert Jones fought through them all friends, whether you know, him or not as a player, this is one great man. And most of all, he's been a great friend of mine for many years, Roper Jones. Thank you so much for joining us, my friend from your home in San Diego. It has been -joyed. Thank you very much feel. It's been a joy for me to this is changing the game. Powered by functional remedies Endo sport, the leading hemp oil for professional and amateur athlete. Alight. To learn more, go to functional remedies dot com. This gas trumpets, the value of being fit living, a healthy lifestyle and positioning yourself to be oh, you can be for as long as you will be changing. 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Limitless: Lessons for Success in Life, Career and Business  Peter G. Ruppert

A New Direction

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Limitless: Lessons for Success in Life, Career and Business Peter G. Ruppert

"The game is good monday morning. Then copied cold lives on to walk into a new direction. My name is jay is so how do we have another great show. I am telling you what. Let me just ask you this question. There's the here's the question that we need to ask you. If you're stuck like you feeling he just can't get out of your own way like your career has just kind of like bound you up. You know it's does he feel like oh my gosh. I don't know. I don't feel like i have what it takes to go to the next level. Do you feel like you just aren't getting out of life. What you thought you'd get out of it right mark. Guess what you could be limitless. Yeah you can be. i'm with i'm with. I'm with peter g. rupert. I'm just telling you he's written a book here that folks if you're stuck if you're confused if you're afraid if you are not sure if you've feel like everybody has put you down and you just can't make it. I'm just telling you. He's written a book to help you. Yes it's called limitless nine steps to launch your one extraordinary life. He is going to be awesome. I'm just telling you right now. Oh and the book. It's a quick read but it's got all these great things like you. Can you got action steps things that you can do. This is more than just a book. This is a workbook to change you. Oh you're gonna love limitless. you're gonna love peter rupert. He is absolutely fantastic. But let's do this. You know what we do every week right through the four areas of your life right. 'cause here's the deal. We're physical mental emotional and spiritual people right. That's that's the truth right. We all those all those pieces together make up who we are right and and you know we talked a lot of special operations forces guys in here you know navy seals and delta force and green berets. All these guys right. They all said the same thing you know. You gotta be training every day. You gotta be working all four of those areas every day. Because here's the truth if you're not growing in l. for those areas you're not static. The truth is you're dying and we want to be in a state of perpetual growth when it comes to the physical the mental and emotional spiritual. So here's how it works. I'm going to ask you on a scale of one to ten one being miserable. Ten being outstanding. How is your growth your training going in those four areas right. We're going to start with the physical right so physically everybody out there. Let me ask you a question. Physically on a scale of one. Ten one miserable ten outstanding. How would you say your physical growth is that is. Are you exercising. How would you rate yourself exercise eating right drinking enough water getting enough sleep. Take care of your body because it's the only when you have. How would you reach yourselves out there right. What's that number by the way. It doesn't matter what the number is right. If if you're a too because you say well you know i haven't been taking care of my very well. That's okay. I'm not trying to get you from a. To to attend. I'm trying to get to a to a two point five. I just want to take a baby step in the right direction. All right so there so whatever your physical number that your physical number. There's your first numbers. Second number is the mental number. Right my wife is said has said. Don't be a mental loafer right. Don't let things come at you an active participant in your mental growth. What do we mean by mental growth. Well one of the things that peter says. A matter of fact i quote. He says read read read. And it's really true. Reading will help grow you mentally but what are you. What are you reading to enhance your knowledge of what you do. Maybe what you want to do. What do you know about the things that you want to do right. What are you learning to grow yourself in your relationships with others right learning about how to be a better person. What about growing yourself. So on a skilled went to ten. How would you say your mental training is going to numbers. Third number the emotional number right. What do we mean emotionally emotionally. What we're talking about here. I simplify down to two pieces. Right on a scale of one to ten. So part of that is how well are you able to control your emotions under stress or being hungry or being tired or when things are coming at you and circumstances are pressing in on you. How well you're able to control your emotions. That's the first part and then the second part is how well are you able to really listen and understand the emotions of others. Can you really tap into what they're saying. Can you tap into what they're feeling. See those two things combined those two things combined. That's your that's that's the emotional piece i want to know. How is your training going by the way you're in training every day emotionally. Aren't you you drive down the road. Somebody cuts you off. That's moshel training right right. Things aren't going well. How were you able to maintain your motions. Somebody wants one more thing. How well you may able to maintain your motion right. How were you able to listen to somebody's emotions you got time. Do you take the time. What number would you give yourself all right. So you got three numbers last number spiritual number right and a lot of people say i don't. I'm not spiritual. we all spiritual remove the mental. The emotional and the physical guests wets left spiritual all believe in something. We all have faith in something when things go bad. We run to some god. We do whatever you run to. That's what you believe is going to help you for some people. It is got for some people. Maybe it's nature. Maybe it's meditation. Maybe it's something else. Maybe it's yourself. There's two questions that are involved. A one is house at working in two. Are you developing it right because it's not working. You'd find something else right. So how would you say it's going. How's training going in that area. Right what do you need to change when you do different. Got four numbers right. This four numbers right physical mental emotional but they like the legs of a chair. They're uneven sit in an uneven chair over time. Guess what happens to your posture goes bad right. And you're gonna wind up being sore and it's just not going to work. It's hard to walk but the other part of the problem is if all too low right what happens is it's really hard to sit at a table where you need to eat nourishment nourishment gives you can't get there so we want to bring up all four legs adb your chair and we want to do that alter same time get them to the right height speaking of someone who's got his chair at the right height and he's got his all his legs. We're going to save place saves. peter g. rupert. He's the founder and ceo of education group which operates over seventy five fusion and future a futures academies for grades six twelve in one student teacher classroom environments twenty year veteran of the education industry. He has opened over one hundred schools and acquired more than twenty five others. He's been president and ceo of organizations in the private school charter school and early education industries and sat on his local public school board for five years. He lives in with his family in grand rapids michigan. His new book of courses limitless nine steps to designing your one extraordinary life He's also an opinion columnist for ceo. World magazine you can follow him on linked in find the book amazon bookstores near you lazy. Gentlemen please welcome to the show and welcome to a new direction. Peter g. rupert berkomputer. Eggy semites j. pleasure being here and really excited to be with you. Thank you so loved the book. It's fantastic and i feel like we just need to dig into it. And i just going to start right at the introduction because you said a couple of things that really caught my eye right off the bat and excuse me one is you said i hope. This book communicates that each one of us is born that each each one of us understands that is born with a unique combination of talent skills and smarts. Then when put to concerted use can allow us to create the kind of limitless life. We imagine everyone of us has the potential to serve the world in our own unique way. I thought that was a beautiful way to open the book. And i would love it if you would just talk about why. That's important to you absolutely well. Thanks for the compliment. And and it's foundational to what i believe in certainly what the book goes on to talk about is. We'll discuss a few minutes but That idea that. I think so. Many people as they move from childhood into into adolescence and then to into adulthood we start to get jaded and People were telling us we're not good enough or organizations or friends or family are telling us we're not good enough we start to believe it and we start to think that. Oh gosh. maybe. I wasn't special. Maybe i don't have the abilities and skills to get to pursue those dreams. I had when i was a kid. I think that's one of the saddest things that we think about adults that we give up on this thing. We are so excited about at one point and we don't give up all at once. We slowly chip away at our confidence that our belief in ourselves and our understanding than our talents may be different from others but we still have a tremendous amount of talent. It's key is. How do we find those. How do we recognize those. And how do we put them to work so that we can really build that limitless life that you mentioned. I think there's something else here that kinda resonated with me because my career i had a late career change and it's still evolving and we've interviewed. I think the person who wrote. Yeah he wrote careers for dummies. I've had somebody who seventy years old. Who's reinventing himself. Talk about careers. One of the things they want listeners. Understand and i. And i know you believe this too because you said young or old. It doesn't matter. I i really want people to understand that regardless of where you're at in your career and no matter how old you are we. We can always reinvent ourselves. Do i mean. I think this book lens that to you. It's regardless of your age. Absolutely i think is so critically important and for whatever reason in we as an adult in as adults in our society so often we just kinda give up. We just kind of goes through the motion and we said okay. This is the this is the deck. I've been the hand i've been dealt in my life and we fear change in direction and The book talks a lot about how to break. Free from those paradigms that are constraining us and help us think that no matter how old we are. The opportunities are endless. Were still blessed with all these talents and skills and the world is are we if we if we concertedly go after it in and find a way to pursue those passions and those visions that we have for ourselves to really make our life different and powerful and unique that we wanted to set out to do originally. It's never too late. So let's dig right into chapter one win the battle in your head because i i. I think this is where it starts right because we're kind of. We have some bad programming that we may have had from our past. That's certainly part of it. But we have a tendency and you talk about this. We have a tendency to kind of focus on our own negative self talk rather than the positive self talk. Let's dig into that a little bit. Yeah no doubt about it. And this is something that i learned later on when i was a kid and adolescent and young adults. Even i used to think. I the only one who had self doubts about my abilities or my potential. Or what have you and It's just funny. As i started to study other successful people and and Analyze kind of how they thought and what they how they grew and succeeded. So much of what was about overcoming. Oftentimes these demons that are in our own head and a lot of it can be related to our childhood or early life when things didn't go right and maybe we failed or maybe we grew up in a family or a a social situation where it was negative and we're always beaten up as well sometimes even physically we just kind of lose conference we lose faith and and we allow that negative voice in our head. I talk a lot in that chapter about we. All have this positive voice this negative voice in her head. In the successful people. I've studied and and i've tried to model have been able to find a way to ensure that that powerful positive voice in their head wins out more than the negative voice. And that's the key because what i see is people who struggle who stagnate they end up letting that dominant voice be the negative voice says. Hey you're not good enough. I can't do this. Don't take the risk you might fail. You might lose. And that's just no way to go through life and when we can understand that that's how our mind works and how we frame things Everything opens up to all kinds of new possibilities. I think it is so interesting. 'cause i coach you know executives athletes sales professionals and i find it so interesting. That one of the things that is just so so critically inhibits them. Is this negative self talk and it is. It is a very difficult thing for them to shut it down. And i am sharing your research just like mine. I'm sure you found the same thing. This is a really difficult problem for people absolutely i. That's why it's the first chapter in my book because until you win with yourself. It's hard to go out and pursue all these other things with foundational says. I have to win that conversation. I have with myself every day. And i have to understand that no matter what's happened in my life there is some negativity. We all have it. But i have to understand that i can control how that voice speaks to me and i can. I can find a way to let that positive voice blossom more often. And i always think of it as a simple spreadsheet if there's more positive voice talking to me than my negative voice. That's going to be helping me head in the right direction but too often were so constrained by that negative voice and we just want to back away and we don't want to take any risk or taking chances and certainly don't wanna pursue our dreams so let's talk about your practical steps towards a positive mindset because i think these are beautiful i really do choose positively. I when you say that. What do you mean yeah. I think that's just a that's the first step in its. It's like understanding that okay. There's a positive negative voice. And i can choose negatively negatively and. That's what most of us do. Frankly but the positivity says okay. I have choice so the first thing i have to do is say okay. I'm going to choose positively okay. Second one list positive thoughts list positive thoughts were. What would you say in your peter. Yeah we'll talk a lot about this today jay. But i'm a big believer in things down and I say list positive thoughts. Because i want people and certainly learn this myself from studying others. Is that when. I want people to take the take the actual physical act act of writing things down. That are positive about themselves. Their character traits things. They've accomplished and no matter. What will we really put our mind to it. Okay let's forget all the negativity. Let's forget all the downsides of our live to date but instead let's think about all the great things that we've done in the and and right all those out and get a long list as long as you can because that helps drive that subconscious mind to say you know what. There's a lot more there than you ever. So self credit for all right. Learn the art of reframing and this is an important one because this is when you hear that negative voice talking to you and your head about. Hey i'm not good enough or don't take a chance or took a risk or you're gonna fail It's about understanding. Okay now my negative voices talking to me. And how do i reframe that. How do i take that. That says okay. Oh you failed at this before so You shouldn't take a chance. And then you kinda stay. I did fail at this before. But if i do this this and this. I think i can change that result. And so it's all about taking those negative things that are in our life and rethinking and reframing those to turn those into something positive if we have some action around it all right number four realize you are not alone. I mentioned this earlier. And and that's the most important piece for me is understanding that everybody no matter how successful it is that a person has been there are surrounded by negative thoughts just a matter of making sure like i said that that positively wins out more often and i think what happens so often we see successful people and we just we immediately put them on a pedestal some type and we just assume they had all the skills they had all the habits they all locked it all the intelligence that it was a straight line to the top for them and we see them at that point where they're in their glory and they're having that success when you think oh my gosh wasn't that easy and it's just time after time after time you studying someone who's been successful you hear about all the challenges in the frustration the failures they've had In that's what i encourage people to do is go really study successful people and learn about all those challenges. Because that's what you have to do is is overcome knows all right number five. Don't let the past define you absolutely i. I've spent a lot of time with younger folks in our in our in our schools That the organization. I run we schools around the country. And you hear a lot about this with adolescents but also with adults and and so often we just say well. This is the lot i've been dealt in life or you know. I've never been good at this or you know. My parents always abused me. Or whatever or i was a negative social situations and so we just kinda come to this conclusion that we're not good enough and you know the reality is again studying successful people. So many of them had those early thoughts about themselves but they didn't let it define them because tomorrow is a new day and wouldn't matter what's happened in the future and you speak a lot about this you you talk about this as well as tomorrow's a new day and you can take a whole new direction But just understanding that that not letting the past to my future is so critically important then. Finally dwell on your daily victories. I think it's big. Yeah this is one of my favorites and and it's a habit that that i've learned over time again from from other successful people. But when you're when you're going through change when you're trying to to work through that crucible of of believing in yourself stretching for goals and creating that limitless life it's hard. It's a struggle. And so what. I've always recommended. The folks is keep a little journal by your bad and At the end of every night before you turn that bed turn that light often. Put your head on the pillow. I encourage people to write down three or four. Things went well that day And that ends the night on positivity despite maybe some negative things happening today but there's always some br there's always some light and everyone's day and we'll be right those down we close our eyes. We are last thought of those things. The brain takes a hold of that and for some reason that scientists can explain and maybe not me as well. It allows us to constantly bill on that on those successes in starts to help us reframe and kind of get back to one of the earlier points reframed our life and our future direction. I think these are beautiful. Honestly peter i. I think these are great. Start and if people just i think if people could incorporate half of them on a regular basis they'd be further head But certainly all of these are just so critical. It's choose positively positive. You're positive thoughts. Learn the art of reframing realize. You're not alone. 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Because i love talking about this. I love talking about chapter to which entitled find and follow passion I love talking about passion because and you you said it so beautifully and the way you start this out is pinpointing your passion because one of the things that i have noticed and i know you have to is that people are not even sure what they're passionate about. So how do we help them figure out what they may be passionate about. What might be some things that they can do. Great question jay. And and the reason i call it finding follow abe passion for that chapter. Is i believe the people there are lots of different passions people can get excited about it and enthused and pursue In too often people think well my passion was. I was an athlete. Or i was an actress in high school. Or whatever else. And that's the only thing i've ever been passionate about. And so that's what. I wanna pursue what we all know that Those are small little windows and not everybody can do that. But i think we all do realize as we get off into the real world and we start to see some skills that we have some talents. And i really encourage folks to uncover those and kind of see where they get joy in. Where do they have a talent and skills in the combination of joy and talent skills. How do we leverage those into their future career. No matter what it is that they're pursuing and by by paying attention to those things we start to inform ourselves of. Hey these are kind of things that may be exciting for me to spend my career honor to Start a company in order to pursue a new direction in my life in those things. Help enforce various passions. industry's critically important because we'll pursuing something. We were trying to create a limitless life or something extraordinary. We better be passionate about it and bring energy and enthusiasm because otherwise it just never will ultimately fizzle out because the you're just not as committed. I thought one of the things. I wish i'd had this when i was younger. I really do. Because i loved some of the things that you say you talk about. Pay attention to the things that energize you notice how you feel about certain aspects of your job right What are the things that you enjoy doing what you know. What do you wanna do right. Sometimes it's bright. I think one of the things that you point out here is sometimes. It's being clear about what it is. You don't wanna do right. Which i think is where it consider a skill or talent that comes to easy. Could consider what you already do. Just because you enjoy doing it. i think. I think it's really important that we understand that you have. We have some naff -tural affinities for things that because we're given some natural skills doubts abilities that come more naturally to us than others and i. It's just really really important. And regardless of our age. And i love what you said you know. The truth is is that what. I'm passionate about what i was passionate about. When i was younger is not what i'm passionate about. As i was older matter of fact. I didn't even know i was passionate about podcasting. I i had. I had no idea. First of all podcasting didn't exist. When i graduated college when i went to grad school. Podcasting still did not exist. After grad school it was. It was decade later decades later. When all of a sudden i go. I love this podcasting thing and this is going to be fun. I'm going to give it a try. And then i found that. I had this amazing passion for this and then because it fits so many things that i want to do and i'm using myself as an example here but i love to read right. I just love to read. Which is why read every book. I love that. I want to help people. Which is why you know. I went to grad school to work on my master's doctorate psychology. I wanted to. I wanted to do that. And now i've combined the both together and get to reach a world here and that gives me a greater purpose. Because i know that and you help fulfil that by being guest on the show so i want people to understand that this didn't exist for me. You know five years ago. This wasn't even on my radar. Ray in and i think for you what you talk about in this book is exactly that. It's not static. It is ever changing. Yeah there's no doubt about it. And i think your example is a perfect one and what i've seen so often j. as i'm sure you've seen the same as that. I run into adult sometimes in their latter part of their career and they chose a direction coming out of college and they're able to make a decent income and raise their family but they never had any joy in their in their job. There's no joy in meadville you know. And so they went through the motions and they worked all week long. Basically living for the weekend or for their social things outside of of work never had any joy or or enthusiasm around it and then they turn fifty five or six year. Sixty five or seventy in retirement and they talk about shoulda woulda coulda right and all the what ifs and you just don't wanna be in a position where you look back on your life and say i spent my whole working career doing something that maybe the pay was okay but i never enjoy never had enthusiasm for it and we do that. Just not unleashing our talents and that's not the extraordinary life than any of us want and so this is a way to help people think about that and and think about finding that enthusiasm net passionate really helped him drive to new and exciting things like you did. Let's talk about the talk about picking a path in this chapter right You say start number. One begin with the first step. What do you mean clarity starts with taking action. What do you mean by that. Well i i've seen so many so many dreams rattling around in people's head And they rattled around as long as there's no action right in the first action is Other than writing things down but just getting started Knowing that if it doesn't work out it's okay but you're never gonna get anything done if you don't at least take that first step and those steps can be small but it helps you move toward a direction in with each step. You get a little bit more clarity on him heading in the right direction. Or am i not. And i need to course correct and and just by getting started. We can get so much more clarity on whether this is addressed and we wanna pursue because otherwise we just sit and like. I said that the the dreams get replaced month to month as they rat around their head nor fall out and eventually replaced by something else. So that idea of just getting started can help. So many people aren't number. Two success brings opportunity. Yeah no doubt i. I think you're perfect example. Just hearing your story right there but how you started and everything kind of mushroom builds on itself. And i think that's a key thing is when we have some early successes all of a sudden opportunities. We're going to start to come to us from other areas that we don't necessarily consider when we start our journey so with each successful day with each accessible week or win. Or what have you all of a sudden we are minds get open and our world gets open to other opportunities as well that we may not even envisioned today. But they're gonna come about and by making those extra steps moving down the path. We're going to be ready for them and be able to leverage them when they do come together. Number three opportunity can lead to finding a passion. I like this one. Yeah and i think that's why you know the opportunity is when you when you're thinking about opportunities in what might you be able to do you start to see these opportunities and you say oh my gosh that's a. That's an exciting opportunity. That could be something that might get jazzed up and when those opportunities come about we'll quickly get a sense for not interested or two. It'll intrigue us and we start down that path and all of a sudden a whole new passionate is come aboard. Because we've had this opportunity that we started to look into. I think the other thing that you say in this. That really caught my eye was. Don't worry about getting everything exactly right. I just want to make a mention here real quick. I have to tell you if people listen to my first few shows three years ago. Oh my gosh. I was awful right but you know care. Golden who. ceo of hint water. She she was on the show. And you know gave me a phrase that i think fits perfectly you know what you you have to build the plane while it's flying right right. I mean i think that's part of this opportunity. As i think we so we try to get things exactly right but i think what happens is ultimately. We have to get to a place where we understand. It doesn't have to be exactly right. We just have to do it exactly right. Perfection is the enemy. Progress remains another great analogy. You say that beautiful. And i think that's the thing so often we're so worried about making sure that everything is right and it's all tidied up. We're starting something new and something. When by definition something new is going to be full of fraught with challenges and problems that we're going to get there. We're to face along the way but progress is what you're looking for right now. Perfection so by progressing every day that will give you the wherewithal to deal with challenges and the problems when they come about and that is where the joy and enthusiasm is that whole journey. It's not sitting at the starting line. Is you know. What if i step off if i step off. Course you're going to be in trouble. So i'm not gonna do it. Let's take our chances. Let's get started. And let the chips fall where they may and then number four. Leave room for growth and change absolutely. I think that's the key thing to all of us right. Is that self self development Gene that seems to come out when you're when you're showing action when you're making things and you're seeing some enthusiasm around you have to have confidence in yourself that growth and change will come along with this and and you want to be flexible so as you learn along your route you can say okay. I'm gonna step back. And i can do things a little bit differently to improve things and to help myself and ultimately moved toward that That limitless life extraordinary life. You're shooting for that's awesome now. We're going to skip chapter three. Which by the way everybody out there. chapter three is dream. Big then make it bigger. It's a it's a great chapter. I'm just skipping. Because i don't want to give you the whole book right. We're not. I don't want to give you the book by the way just giving you i just wanted. We want to give you some things you can work on. Okay so we're gonna jump to chapter four. Because i think after four is really really important. Find a champion and you make it really clear that we all need champions Talk to talk about what. A champion is and the importance of champion. Yeah well this is This is some learning. I've had my own life. As i started out in and I think like many of you get out of college and you kind of think like you know it all right. You're just gonna crush the world. And why do i need mentors and champions in my life and so i've had all the answers in so as as mike tyson said. You know. everybody's got a plan until they get punched in the face and getting punched in the face. A few times helped me realize that. Maybe i don't have all the directors the answers and need some help And i think when you're chasing your dreams when you're trying to build extraordinary life and and Chasing your vision if you try and do it by yourself. It's really really tough because you're crafting a new journey. You're going to new way and it's going to be fraught with challenges. Like i mentioned earlier. So how do you. How do you prepare for that. You surround yourself with at least one but oftentimes more than one. I recommend a lot of champions champions. Who were there not just to support and mentor you but also to hold you a little bit accountable and i really encourage folks as they reach. Offer champion sometimes. They can be somebody twenty or twenty five years older or they could be a body or two that has a common common mindset about their future common goals in their life and you say we're gonna become an accountability group. So champions can come in lots of different ways But what they provide is that endless mentorship and support so you won't pick them wisely and also a little bit accountability because sometimes when we're pursuing a new path we're chasing our dreams we're gonna have some challenges and and sometimes we need not just the hug kick in the pants occasionally to and so the right kind of champion is going to allow. It will step up and do that when we need it. I guess it's i guess it's one of the things you know people will ask about mentors or people you know one is one question. Of course i'll let you answer these one question of courses will you know. How do i find them. And then secondly is you know what are you know. Are there certain traits. That i should look for in a champion. Is there something more specific than i need. I mean should. They have be doing what i'm doing should they. Should they just be successful. Some kind of deal with those sort those questions out. Anyway you want to as you think about them but so you know what. What are your thoughts like. How do we find them in. You know who should they be a little bit more detail. Yeah great question. And again. I'll go back to what i said a little bit ago. That perfection is the enemy of progress. Right so champions and can come in in many different forms and if someone is starting a new business for instance in a new industry finding maybe a mentor. who's older. Who has kind of been down that path and has similar experiences so you can shorten that learning curve on your end. Those are fantastic. They're not always available. So maybe it just might be a really wise person Man or woman knew so has a lot of respect for who can step up and fulfill roles For you and like. I said earlier it could be a friend who's also he or she has Big goals about their future and and they want to work together to ensure that we're holding each other accountable and supporting another one another along the way. And that's why. I really encourage folks not just to think about one champion but it could be two or three or four or it could be a peer group. Or what have you were. You can find the different components of what makes a great champion through different vehicles in different people out there. I think one of the things you kind of talked about in this chapter. Then i think is really important and we don't talk about much In in the business world very often but the person's values become really critical. Here don't they. No doubt i think that's that is job one and and Finding people with like-minded values Are really really important because At the end of the day. That's all we have right. The who we are as a person are character. That's the foundation of who we are. That's really what are what's most important to all of us. And so you want those mentors who are going to help you. When times are tough and make sure that your character comes through and and it certainly makes it a lot easier when you have a like minded person with similar values and character. Let's jump to chapter five The next chapter. Take the first steps when you say take the first we talked about it just briefly. I think in chapter three but take the first steps. What do you want us to do here. again we. We did talk about this earlier. And it's i think it's all about just getting started because so often And i was guilty of this myself. I think a lot of people are that talk about people. Talk about what they wanna do. And how next year. They're going to do this or every year. We come up with our new new year's resolutions in the last couple of weeks and they fizzle out and it's mostly because we're not getting started. We're not committed and i always. I always mentioned the people that. I'm mentoring are that i'm getting to know. Say okay. show me You have these big dreams or this big vision for what you want to do with your life I asked for tooth rings. One is Is it written down. Because i'm a big believer that when you write things down. That's the first step in kind of saying okay. I'm committed secondly i ask. Who have you talked to about it because when we start talking to other people about it it starts to become real to us and we're taking a risk there by saying. Hey this is what we want. This is what i want to do with my life And then thirdly what actions have you taken so far because even small actions are getting you down and that that that those small actions can build on itself and it starts mushroom and all of a sudden we can get a lot of momentum. But if you're doing those three things you are pushing that forward. And i give high confidence that you'll indeed be able to create that extraordinary life and achieve your vision that you've laid out in this chapter. You bring up something that you actually talked about in the introduction and that is and it's it's a subheading that's hard work beats talent over time and i know that hard work is a really big issue for you because you talk about it in your own story. a couple of times about working hard. I don't know i. I think it's an easy thing for us to roll off the lips. But let's just give a little bit of time to hard work and talent. Yeah yeah well you know. It's funny raising four kids who are now High school and then three of beyond college And it's a. It's a constant conversation i have with them To the point where they're sick of me all the time talking about it. But i really shied to drive home. The point that work is what's most important and and whether it's sports or in school or early career or whatever it might be we see people there are always people out there who are more talented than us. They have the natural skills. Intelligence or talent are musical talent or whatever it might be and Those folks are we kind of assume that it's just going to be easy for them and they're gonna keep going well a lot of those folks with talent level off because they aren't willing to put in the hard work to continue to elevate that talent and i've just seen time and time again That folks who are willing to put in the time and the hard work That's what's going to be most important over time. They're both important. But if you put it in the hard work. I think that trump's Just having a natural talent time and time again and we see it in all different parts of successful people's lives. His name is peter g. rupert. The book is entitled limitless nine steps to launch your one extraordinary life. You're listening to him here on a new direction. Hey folks you know what listen epoch. Physical therapy their physical therapist. By the way. I've just letting you know i i love going them. I love seeing heidi andrew. 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And we're with peter g. rupert this book limitless man great book and we're having a lot of fun and he's doing so much to help you In in getting yourself living that extraordinarily life that you've always wanted to live. I am going to. I'm going to talk about chapter six just briefly which is called fail often and the beautiful thing about them and by the way i use this in my personal life when i was trying to revamp my career later in life i looked at everybody who revamped their career late in life and boy. It's still encouraging to me right. When i mean you you put down. Jk rollings steve. Jobs michael jordan abraham lincoln thomas edison. But you know colonel. Sanders was sixty seven years old in his car before kentucky fried chicken in a lot of people. Forget that you know julia. Child was fifty years old when she started her tv. Show you know when they asked to be on tv. I think one of the things. That's so encouraging is that these people failed along the way but you know what the they hung in there and they made it happen. It talk about it because the feeling often. We don't like it but it's really part of the process isn't it. It sure is. And i think too often in our society. There's there's this pressure put on all of us. That failure is bad that When we fail it means we're not good and so we jump to this conclusion that we don't want to fail because that's gonna look bad on us and it'll lower people's opinion of us etc etc When in reality we all know that failure is the best teacher and Again as i studied successful people during some of the the down times of my life and my career i was able to was able to learn about. Gosh i him on this pedestal. This huge success in whatever industry or walk of life. They're in and then you peel back the onion. You realize all the challenges and failures. They had along the way. And when i failed in the past it really. That learning helped me understand that. Okay this failure does not define me and in fact it's really informed my future and i've learned so much from it and so if you're not and so it just has been so beneficial that way. The other thing about failure is. Here's the reality if you're not failing that means you're not pushing your envelope in your own life if you're staying within the boundaries and the bumpers. Then they're not going to fail but because you're not risking anything. You're not pushing the envelope. You're not kind of challenging your capability and trying to push The on your own potential and so it's those who are stepping out and striving for excellence striving for that extraordinary life and career. Those are the ones who are going to fail. But it should be reassuring because as long as you're not making dumb failures right those smart failures where you're learning along the way or the ones that are going to really matter and help you in the end. I don't know who said it. Maybe you do peter but Somebody said if you're not feeling you're not trying right because it really is true and and you know what you've you've taken. Risks a huge risks in your life and they. They didn't pan out. And i have to am workout. You know. and that's the truth of the matter is it's not failure. It's like okay. What i learned. How can i do it differently. In what can i do to avoid that. The next time right i mean that's i mean you know i. I remember playing football in college. And you know. I was a defensive player. And you know i remember. Our football coach in college would say kay when the plays the plays going away from your fold up and take an angle and find another angle that you can get there and so You know it's really important that we understand that i just. I just found that beautiful. But my favorite chapter of all in this book limitless nine steps to launch your one extraordinary life chapter seven. I love chapter seven. Be courageous boy. Courage is so important if you want to live an extraordinary life isn't it insurers and unfortunately it's it's not. It's not prevalent enough again. I think that's part of the going back to chapter one not winning the battle in our head we start the we question our own self confidence and we think. Gosh if i'm courageous. I'm making principled decisions on. What i think is right. Not what other people think is right. I'm willing to stand up for myself and for my beliefs and i'm willing to take those chances And and try new things and Courage is just such a great word because it brings out the best in us and it's something that it's it's not natural In our social beings. but it's required. I think In several different ways the courage from from standing up for standing up for what you believe in to being willing to take a chance and a risk and try something in put yourself out there and When you have courage everything else becomes a lot easier. I'm going to quote you on page. Ninety five courage is not about being fearless in the face of a scary situation it is the willingness to move forward or take action despite your fear. It's about finding the will to bridge the gap between where you are and where you wanna be even when getting. There seems daunting as pretty beautiful brother. Thank you thanks. Yeah i mean. I think i think the thing i think the thing that we think about courage right and i talked about early and show that i had a fortune of able to interview guys delta force me one guy was in mogadishu during four blackhawks downs and eighteen hour firefight and command sergeant major. Tom side early. I've been able to interview these amazing people and they all said the same thing. If you think urges about not being afraid you would be wrong. It's about what you do with the fear amen. I couldn't agree with you more. And that's the thing to fear never goes away. Her being willing to take action in the face of fear is what makes them one courageous right because most people have fear and so they won't take any action and they just go back into their shell. And if you're gonna live an extraordinary life if you're gonna chase limitless then it's about having the courage to even in the in the face of fear to do things and you know i talk a little bit about this as well as you know. We're all the average of the ten people spend the most time with and sometimes when you're breaking out when you're gonna go chase that limitless life. It means you might just find new friends. New new peers new groups to hang on with hang around with Because what happens is generally in our social network. People are going to talk you out of going to do something extraordinary. 'cause you're hanging around on because you're light them today but if your goal is to be something different you have to realize that. Even if they don't mean to it to they're going to talk about why you shouldn't do this or why you shouldn't chase this an easier just to be safe and stay with us and stay like you are because we like you just as you are But that courage to break free from that to go chase that dream and realize you have to give up some things today in order to go. Get what you want tomorrow is really really important. I think i think too when it comes to courage. You know i i. It's the first chapter. The last book i wrote is called. Sometimes you just have to do things afraid right. And i think i think we just gotta get people to understand that it's not about the fear it's about you because it's an action action that will you know will alter it you know. Not and we are. We let this emotion of what might be or what could be or what if keeps us from being courageous right hundred percent hundred percent absolutely and at the end of the day that chapter. I'm glad you like it so much. Because it's kind of this underlying theme in the book. And i say okay. I got to win the ballon my head. It says it takes courage to say i need to find and follow a passionate tastes. Kerr's to dream big and make a bigger all those things it takes courage to try out and fail and then get back up. And i think he didn't they own the head. It's it's not that their fear is gone. No one's fearful. No one loses their fear because they're courageous they just find a way to overcome it and will themselves through those tough times or the challenges of the new opportunities. So let's help people gather courage shall we. Let's talk about some of the things that you have here in the book and it's literally subtitled. Says how can i develop courage. First thing you say is practice practice practice. Atwood and i think i think we know we're not courageous. And so that's what i mean is is by practicing you. Start small and you start saying okay. Maybe i maybe. I'm always giving into the group direction on in social situations or maybe i'm not standing up for myself at work And so you start kinda recognizing worthy opportunities are for you to stand up and be a little bit courageous and yet to start being a little bit courageous before you become a lot of bit courageous and so i just encourage people to be aware of that and help train themselves to take some correct courageous action again. You're not getting rid of any kind of fear but you're forcing yourself to move forward in with question surrounding you. All right next one surround yourself with courageous. People love that love that and this kind of breaks. This is kind of. Would i mentioned a little bit earlier about the people you're hanging around with today. Were all the average of the people that we spend the most time with and and I know for me The peer groups. I've developed over time I've just found myself attracted to those who had similar mindsets and we're probably ahead of me in their own courageous journey. But i'd watched them make watch how they've made tough decisions or Pursued tough difficult tracks that most people might stay away from encouraged me to be tomorrow myself to try and malo them so that i too could do my best to try and exemplify and stand up to them in a way that I can be proud. Aren't next know what you value. Yeah so important right. I mean so often in in today's world you see people who are kind of rudderless and you can't be courageous if you don't quite know what you stand for and what you value and so i'd much rather strongly debate. Discuss something with a person of a different value as long as their values are our internal and they and they're passionate about it then even if we have a disagreement i have a lot of respect for that person versus someone who's just gonna change with the wind and agree with whatever consensus is or group is or what have you la in that respect. It's more be self accountable. Because i'm and i'm going to read you a quote you said. We are no way entitled to success in life. No one owes you a job or a better opportunity. Your destiny will be a result of what you do and blaming your shortcomings on others isn't going to lead to success on page ninety. Nine to talk about self accountable. Well this is the breakthrough that i think so many people have to go through right because we all grow up and Experience all kinds of different challenges. Some of us have much worse situation. Than certainly i ever had And it's easy to kind of blame others to blame the past the company to blame the government to blame society. They blame their culture. You know we can blame. Blame blame all we want But ultimately we have to come to the conclusion that this is my life and this is my future is going to be based on the decisions. I make starting today And so being sof accountable. Is this idea of okay. Despite what happened to me. The world is what i'm going to make of it And i can either live in the past and the negativity oregon breakthrough in a whole new limitless direction. Starting today and tomorrow we've been on an hour. It's got so fast. I i've really enjoyed this. I have to. This has been fantastic. I can't thank you enough So the show called a new direction because we try to help people find a new direction. Success in leadership If you could leave people with a new direction based on your book limitless. What would be a new direction. You leave them. Well you talked about this and you pick that up in the book. Is that that idea of getting started. I think whether it's my book or your books Or a mentor. Or a champion or writing. Things down It all starts with action and that commitment to do something because most people watch your show your podcast or listening to your radio show and they'll just kinda hang up and they'll say that was great and maybe i'll do that down the road but they will. Most people are just going to let it go and it's going to roll off of them like water But there's a small minority of people who are going to make something happen and that's what this book is written for people who really are committed And all the work you've done with a new direction at just is so inspiring for others and But don't just listen folks act. And i think jay's talking about each and every week is really powerful stuff for all of us folks. 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Outriders Coming to Xbox Game Pass! - Kinda Funny Games Daily 03.15.21

Kinda Funny Games Daily

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Outriders Coming to Xbox Game Pass! - Kinda Funny Games Daily 03.15.21

"Yeah what's up walking kind of funny games daily. If you're monday march fifteenth twenty twenty one. i'm wondering how was blessing addio. Junior joining me is game. Informer's leanna rupert. Hello how's it going. I am excited to be here. This is the best way to start a workweek ever is to be on the kind of funny show. Yeah it's awesome. Have you because i believe. We've worked together once on steve sailors channel for a sarah punk breakdown which is really fun. My first time being introduced to you is actually at apax panel. Because i attended one of your panels because you did packs panel with the homie. Alex aken who is on the east at the time ambient audience being like you know. These guys are awesome. This is a really fun. Time out if you remember. That was a pass west panel. Yeah it's so funny to. Because i loved allitt like alex is one of my favorite people like even for my favorite watching change my children but he. I didn't realize i knew. On some level he was on that panel with me but i all in my head classified him as that cool in these dudes so i didn't recognize his name and i'm so mad with faces so i worked with him for three months before i realized we were on a panel together. That's awesome so the biggest shirt like dishing not r- remember me wouldn't okay so catches up. Who is leanna ruper what. Dd for game. Informer anybody on the internet will say. I'm the resident mass effect dragon. Age possessor But right now. I am the associate editor at game informer. I'm working on the online side and the magazine site to lot of asset coverage as you would expect. We did the cover last month. And then this month we're doing which is really fun But yeah where where. It's been really cool. I've i worked at a lot of different places in my career and game. Informer is easily one of my favorites. It's a very cool crew over there. How long you been there for this month makes. I'm going into six months now seven months. I'm still the baby there now. They put up with me less. What is what is it like working with alexander. And that's my question first and foremost because again. Like i said alex frenetic and me and him are the oak homes. Right like we go. We go way back. I ended up going kind of funny. He ended up going into game informer and so it ended up being a very beautiful story as both was got to enter the games industry. Both starting from okay Alex menachem alex makin. I know as the guy who is an amazing video. Editor is an amazing Podcast editor had all the editing skills that took us to the next level. What is what is your experience with alex. Megan do you have any embarrassing stories that can that you can share so far. I mean. I don't think i have any a bear issing stories i. He's just a cinnamon roll. You wanna protect with your life like he is really positive man like i. Didn't you kind of see the really positive people and you're always kind of like. Are you like secretly a serial killer. A little bit too nice but like alex's genuinely just that night like even if he was killer. I'd be like yes. Sir thank you sir. Kill me again sir. Because he's just so polite about who do it and he's We were people come. And you and industry. It sounds like we need to have you on the game. Informer show to. Oh my alex sal. It's nobody will notice fighting. No no nobody notes podcast. It's the exact same way because we did it so long together before we get into the actual show itself to let people get to know you a little bit more. What are your top. three games. Waldheim oh my god A mass effect is definitely. What am i have thirty one. Play throughs now of the trilogy. Yeah it's an obsession. It's a problem And then i love niche. I love fantasy. And i feel like and i don't wanna sound like a biography and grow but i just feel like jagged. Edge does fantasy in a way that a lot of other franchises kind of falls short end and nothing could ever halos close but nothing could ever replace contra three alien worse for me that is still top. Three favorite games of all time. And i don't see that going away anytime soon. That's awesome you don't you don't hear the contrary three pick that often. I love it and you get to like a surf. flying motorcycles. Like what's not to love that's awesome. Well leanna enough about contra. Let's talk about outriders coming to game. Pass nintendo forecasting their biggest year ever and more because this is kind of funny games daily each and every weekday at ten. Am live right here on to dot tv slash games. We run you through the nerdy news and you know about if you're watching live incorrect us when we get stuff wrong gonna kinda funny dot com slash. You're wrong if you don't wanna watch live. You can watch later on. Youtube dot com slash kinda. Funny games reuss. Teeth dot com. Or you can listen later on podcasts. There is around the globe by searching kinda funny games daily to be a this show to paycheck dot com slash kinda funny games bronze members or above get to write in in silver members or above. Get the show ad. Free with these -clusive daily po show housekeeping four. You the kind of funny wild are in the championship. Come call the plays as we take on the glacier boys this saturday on which activities slash kind of funny games at six thirty. Pm pacific time. Kevin did you keep up with the match that went down on saturday. I did not you did not i. I saw that we won for like a couple of minutes. And it looks like we fucking destroying zapper. Really like they didn't stop them off. You know what we kicked. And i think i think we're like thirty points up when i tuned in. It was ridiculous. I had never seen anything like it. Rip this apertures. I couldn't imagine being in that moment. You know. I don't know who i don't know who the zappers are. I seen as somebody who's not quavo but man man they must be shaking their heads in shame so tune in this saturday. Watch us do the same thing to the glacier boys. Thanks to our patriarch producers mic at the nato biologist abramson blackjack and trump berry today by purple brooklyn borough. But i'll tell you about that later for now. Let's begin with what is and forever will be the rope. Report did the time for news. We have six stories. People in the chats are saying. Johnny football is the owner. Johnny manziel is then the older that sounds remember. He was like yeah win or lose. We're getting drunk. Because i might be an alcoholic cool. We're really you should see. You should seek help. That's oh he's he's a quarterback. Wait what janis quarter. Is the quarterback of zappers. You learn a new thing every day starting with story number one. Let's talk about at writers coming to game pass on this morning on. News dot xbox dot com. They announced that outriders is coming to xbox game. Pass on day one. The story goes like this. We all got a taste of outriders with the recent demo. So i'm thrilled to announce that will be available on console in android phones and tablets via x xbox gaming up with xbox game pass on day one starting april first ninety. Nine april fools joke. Sure you xbox game pass or console and xbox game pass ultimate members can jump into this choose genre hybrid from inex- which combines brutal combat with deep rpg systems leanna. What is your hype for outriders. And what is your. What is your high profile. Riders coming to game pass. They won so disclaimer. Slammer to everybody. Watching is i will always be at more elevated hype levels for any kind of shooter. I love shooters. It's my it's one of my favorite genres and i love bullets storm. I love people can fly. I'm really excited for outriders. I played the demo. And then i did a couple of precedents for it and just being able to obliterate enemies with the mansi like is bar none. I it's destruction. it just feels really satisfying. I really love it when shooters kinda take it to the next level with really sexy like weapon designs and the legendary gun like artwork for these types of weapons is just. That's gonna make me like search every single corner of this game. Because i'm gonna want to unlock every single possible weapon just because it's pretty. I don't even care if the stats are bad. Just it looks pretty. I'll take it but Yeah it's it's kind of like my favorite way of describing it to people is probably not the most appropriate and i probably shouldn't have said this to the creative director but i feel like it's if mass effect got really really drunk like a bar on the outside of town and fallout like rolled out. Let me to get blitzed out. Drunk to and then borderlines. Berlin was like hey guys what's up and they all got really sloppy drunk in the bathroom stall somewhere. Outriders is the baby. Love child of that. I don't know if that makes sense at all. But that's just how it feels in my plan like for me at it kind of scratches as a huge massive and i just love luder shooters i love. I love the thrill of like if it's got really good combat mechanics. I'm down but if you give me a reason to explore the different combat variances which is what they do with the different skills and the classes. But i have my only worry about is that it's going to be one of those games. That is totally different solo. Like there's just some titles out there that when you play with friends it's like yes. This is the best game ever. Then you play so low and you're like this isn't even feel like the same studio worried. I mean i. I definitely feel that especially because playing playing outriders so far i've only played coop only played with other people and a lot of the shining moments. I've had the game so far Come with combining different abilities with different folks. I'm playing with his right now. I've i've been rolling ally with the the trickster class which has a dope ability where you can basically make this time bubble. Where all freeze time in the bubble. I'm in and that'll make that'll slow enemies. That'll slow bullets. And then combining that with say the power mansoori ability or the tech manser. Whoever else right coming in using their special abilities that creates for off very cool moments in very cool collaborative gameplay that i think i think that's what kind of takes outriders to the next level but playing playing by myself out. Writers doesn't seem like something. I'm gonna wanna do because it very much. Seems like he's focused on those combined. Those combined aspects of plane i kinda i enjoy playing it but i feel like that's just because i'm used to playing like destiny by myself. A lot of my glenn. Mates are very young and they make me feel old and outdated so. I don't choose to play with them. A whole lot as probably not as much as i should but yeah it feels really different. I could see i. i think. That's kinda like the fact. I mean we all kind of knew it was coming to game pass with the tweet earlier this weekend like xbox wasn't really subtle about it but i think that it's a good way and that's kind of the benefit of pass anyway is. It's you know we have all this talk about accessibility and games and this is kind of broadening that out with You know is it something like athletics can be like okay. I'm a little concerned with the flashing. They can try out without investing money and it's also financially more accessible. You know this is a you games or sixty dollars a pop. They are becoming more expensive for certain. Titles at seventy dollars a pop. This is a cool way of being like okay. I'm going to try this for no additional cost. And if i don't like it all you really wasted was a couple of hours versus sixty seventy bucks every time. You're just like wow. That game really wasn't for me because their return policies but they're not the easiest and they're not meant to be the easiest to dissuade you from using them so yeah i think the game pass is a really cool deal for us because this is going to be one of those games that you need to really feel are you. Don't get the appeal at all. Yeah and honestly that is the exact reason why think this is such a dope thing that this game in particular is going to game. Pass because coming off the demo. I'm excited for writers. But i'm not lake. This is going to be the end all be all me in terms of a looter shooter game right like i'm looking forward to playing it ever since i did. The preview last year. With andy riley is i saw. I saw the fun. That was there in outriders but the sentiment from coming out of the demo was that all right is going to be a cool game but for seventy dollars. Is it going to be the one that i really wanna spend. How thirty to sixty hours with right like do i. What is the what is the longevity of outriders. Am i into the store. Am i going to be into the story going to be into all these different bits or is it going to be one of those games that i play for five to ten hours. A half phone with the combat. Have fun playing coop bounce bomb bounce off of a coming coming off of the looking around looking on twitter looking at people talking about it. Seemed like a lot of people had that that similar sentiment coming out of it that like all right. The seems cool. But how much are we really going to get out of it. The game coming a game pass. I think does so much in terms of people being able to to jump in and making that decision at a low cost that is what's gonna take this. Take this game to the next level. Because i think the thing that i would compare outrider with something a little bit more along the lines of what the name of the game that came out of playstation launched that we came out and we offer got loose slasher gearbox. Oh friends not geared dadfar. God fall out. Yeah right yeah it has. It has a little bit of goth. All energy right where it comes out and for me outriders the world of outriders does it really struck me as something unique inventive and exciting to explore right and i could see i can see so many people coming in in the same way that people came into god fall trying it out and being like all right this is called for for seventy dollars is just way too much of an investment and so yeah game pass seems to be the correct decision for this game or just get into the hands and see how people feel about it and let that community build. That seems to be a very very smart decision skin. Yeah i think. I think it's going to give people a chance to feel out the different features to you because like i really like other handling world scaling because there's so many games out there that do either they don't have world scaling or they do but it. It's very dependent on okay. We can't play with if we're playing with this group of people. We cannot play by ourselves unless we start a new character. And with this. You really don't have that you can go in and out of the games and it's a little bit more seamless. If like for me. I am a tank. I like to go in and just go him. Do damage people play with are a little bit more strategic. And there's and they kind of get annoyed with me. 'cause i either die a lot or i'm just killing everything and being able but i also like the harder difficulties a little bit but i also understand that not. Everybody wants to play that way. So being able to scale taylor with the world feels like each individual player. I think that's really valuable. And i think games like this. That's what's going to kind of set it apart. Because like we're like you said we're seeing these like hyped up games and then they're just dropping off and oblivion we saw it with anthem anthem. I still maintain to this day. And i wrote a piece about it on game informer. If anybody's interested of y. You know an oath to anthem anthem had the potential to be absolutely genius and i the hill. I'm going to die on is that it has some of the best combat and flight mechanics in gaming history but they didn't update it. You can't do anything if you don't update it and if you give it a game to be engaged as where data and you have no in game so it's gonna be interesting to see. How outriders kinda handles that that balance of we wanna have recurring updates. But we don't want to do too much too soon and burn everybody out on the game. So that's gonna be kind of something we're not we can but we're not really going to know how they're gonna handle it until the game watches but i'm hoping it does well because for me. And this is the worst opinion to have as a game critic but like a game for me to enjoy. It doesn't need to became of the year. It doesn't need to be completely revolutionary. It just needs to be funds like sometimes it's okay to just enjoy a game because enjoy it and it's fun and what i saw. The demo was really enjoyable. I just hope that there is more to it than what we saw the demo and it looks like there is like the bosses were tailored to certain abilities and The different side quests felt very tailored. And i'm just hoping that it didn't lose that momentum because i feel like we barely scratched the surface with the demo and that's the kind of the downside of the demos because you you judge it based off of that but if you're only seeing the tip of the iceberg are you really getting a good judgement but same time again that price tag. You wanna be able to make sure like something. I wanna invest in unless you have experts in pass then. You don't have to make that decision. Thanks spencer you you talk about some of the updates that we were gonna get post launched. I got a question here from bj. Brad she'll who talks about just that dj brad. She'll rights in page on com slash. Kind of funny games just like you can't says what's good guys. My question. this morning is about outriders. It's been a topic of discussion on a lot of camp shows recently and after playing the demo. My buds and i were were impressed. Still to play through it later this month. Here you guys talk about the game. There are a lot of comparisons destiny as games of the service with a ton of content. And it seems like this is where you guys don't see outriders living up to the same standard me and my group went in blind. Came out definitely feeling feeling feeling the gear slash anthem slash destiny vibes from game. Play but i feel. I feel like a better comparison would be borderlands or something of that. Vein are writers describes itself as a co-op rpg shooter with no plans for pc and a thirty hour campaign you can play solo or friends. So why is it. Getting compared to games like destiny and other life servers games. I feel like riders will be more akin to playing a co-op co op shooter campaign. That happens to have. Side quests with a few endgame challenges for hardcore players but i don't expect there to be raids or crazy endgame content to keep the game going for years to come. I may be wrong. But i just don't feel like the destiny. Comparison is apples to apples. And maybe people. Maybe people would have a different experience if the game didn't already have the expectation to be an. Emo shooter will love to hear thoughts on this. Oh and the aces. Wild baby again. That's from dj. Brad chill leanna in terms of the games of the service versus not games of the service aspects of it. What are your expectation levels for outriders. Are you okay with it. Being more work into something like borderlands that is not focusing on seasons and events and a lot of post launch content but is more contained thirty hour thing. Yeah i think. Actually what. I compared it to the most. When i talk about people so i definitely agree with his assessment there. I feel like a big year are obvious similarities to destiny The combat feels very similar in some areas. It's feels like a more data version of destiny. But i think that to kind of the comparison there of y so you'll see it than any other game. Comparison is kind of why everybody also likened kevin is. He made it for you. Yeah you okay. I thought it was just me. Bless you gotta say something earlier. I don't know what's going on. So you're you're muted. How about now there. You are a weird disc or glitch. And i thought it was on my side which is why i was like i was trying to fix my side because i was like what did i. What did i fuck up here. It seems and they were a she. Gotta talk shit. We gotta but you cut the cord cutters. You repeat your last point that you're making their yeah. No i think that Like i was saying. I just think that destiny is kind of the bremer that a lot of people are comparing it to because it's finally being talked about a lot more in everyday news because it's done such a turnaround after post activision like forsaken for destiny to like taken king for destiny one. It completely changed the feel of the game. Once they slipped from activision they changed a lot about how their words work. They got rid of the paywall crap and the story. That was really good. I wrote an article about the two. Because i wasn't expecting the love the crow as much as it and the complexity of the lord's really starting to come out but it was so slow getting to that point and from what i got from this. Is that outriders knows. That's kind of they. They knew they were gonna get a compared to dusty. I mean they knew. But that you're getting the law right off the bat you're having these really meaningful conversations with these characters these npc's they're setting the stage of how you feel about certain characters. How you don't really seem to care about others. I i would love. I would love to see grades and things like that. Would it popovic cuckoo. What does that make the game. Not fun for meeting. Where if they didn't know. I love doing that kind of stuff. But i don't think it's contention on that border wins. It stands on its own. It does it does do events and things like that but it doesn't rely on the seasonal updates the ingraham's and you know all that kind of grind driven gameplay because the story in itself is is got enough substance and the game play is satisfying and the game. Play of outriders is very satisfying. But we only again. We've only gotten such a small glimpse of that story which really hard to definitively say. But i will say from playing dusty to launch and playing the first estimate launch and playing the demo and the opening sequence. It already feels very different to me. You're already getting a lot more story than you ever did. At the beginning of destitute when it first launched So that's a good sign. They're not going to have to go the hopefully the post year hell of guys still hate us like. Please give us a chance. Said i hope they do it. I because the bullets like i said bullets from had some really stupid humor and really fun combat and it was delayed. There was some combat issues and pacing issues. That bullet storm had and i have a feeling. Outriders is kind of going to repeat those same mistakes. But i think that there's enough when playing with friends 'cause they did talk about doing like some. You know seasonal content. There's going to be event. There's gonna be some more competitive experiences thrown in there as well. We just don't know what it is yet. Unfortunately but if it stays on xbox game pass for a long time that will also give people because they do x. by past does the free. dlc updates to sometimes so it's like that'll be kind of a good way and a motivation to keep it fresh because they know newcomers going to be coming in all of the time to see the the current state of the game vs only recently. Were they able to kind of jump in and see what it was like without having to invest full price of a game for. Yeah i mean. I think you're going to see a lot of those comparisons in terms of this game. Being compared to games like destiny or anthem or other other life service games because that is start to become more and more the standard. But with that i think there are different. There are different levels to it is the thing right and i don't think i don't think outriders needs to be needs to have a ten year plan Especially because i think they've set it up to be a hey. This is where you're going to get. This is what it's going to be and anything beyond this is going to be bonus right anything beyond this is going to be fun events or whatever it's gonna be but don't expect don't expect the core content on the level of taking king or on the level of foresaken. I expect you know the the here mentioned mentions. We're not going to raise or anything of that. Ilk right like i think you can still see. Maybe a raid. Drop not on the same level of like a destiny season. That is that is ramping. Up towards raid. Shema legends had raised. That came out A a week or so post launch and that was really awesome thing Again like it's up to it's up to square inex- and people can fly to make that decision of hey. Is this right for this game. Does this seem like something. That should have a raid. But i again like when it comes to the games like this. Each game's is going to stand on. Its own in terms of what is post launch. Looked like for us. What do updates for us and yet like it doesn't it doesn't have to be destiny. It doesn't even have to be a division to be able to be valid and staying at his own thing and be awesome The one thing. I hope though. Is that the story. Does stand in in be something. That's good because again from the demo. I was not engaged in the story. I was not i was not really that into it and i think those thousands of my main hope coming out of it was that maybe post launch content can build on on what the story is going to be and knowing that this game is probably not plan to have post con con post launch content. That is building on story on. That level has me a bit like all right. You know maybe all play. Maybe i'll play it and fifteen hours in. I totally changed. And i totally changed my mind. But that's gonna be a we'll wait and see kind of thing. An xbox game passing didn't like seeing people just get obliterated in front of you that that's fair. It was lovely very wobbly. The whole time i kind of liked. I'm not gonna not to make this conversation bit or anything. But if i go out i want to go out with incineration. That seems quick and kane. Honestly i that was. That was a fun scene to wash. That was like oh okay. I guess we're doing this now. I just my thing was. I was immediately like all right. Whatever when it came to voice acting when it came performance and when it came to like characters being introduced in hair looking a certain way and me just being taken out of it just pure performance standpoint. That was the first and foremost thing. And then when i actually listened to what's being said and following along the actual story itself. I was kind of like all right. The seems like standard sci-fi fantasy which can be done everything doesn't need to be fucking pristine for me to enjoy a game but i just hope there's evolution there and and and character moments and shit that pulls me and beyond beyond what we've seen so far. Yeah that's definitely the trap of this genres. if you're gonna stay it's live service for life service like you have to have a plan to back that up because if not you're going to get crucified. Let's keep on this. Xbox train story number two speaking of xbox five but that's the titles are getting the fps boost treatment on xbox series x in s. Today this from news dot xbox dot com hot on the heels of officially welcoming but does does world renounced studios the xbox family excited to announce that five of the biggest titles from their vast catalog of games dishonored definitive edition. The oldest girl's five scar special edition fought four. Seventy six impre will all be updated today to enable fps boost on xbox series x and xbox series s. And it's not just owners of these titles that get to take advantage of fps boost always. These towels are available with. Fps boost four xbox game pass members to as reminder fps boost employs a variety of new methods for nearly doubling the original frame rate on select titles higher steadier frame rates make games visually smoother resulting in more immersive gameplay. We partnered closely with developers to enhance the experience. While maintaining the game's original intent. And this is awesome. I'm all about. Fps boost I actually actually going to download. Pray right after this. Because i'm i'm i wanna give. That game was shot. And if you wanna see what. Fps boost looks. Like i started playing fallout new vegas over the weekend with the hopes that new vegas will be included in the in this fps views thing And the tiniest bummer. That it isn't but i get it. It's an old. It's an old astrium at this point But this is awesome do you. Do you have any excitement about f-. Espn anna hell. Yeah i okay. So i'm like. Pc master is like it's bad. Like i. I've i've never been a pc only gamer until recent years. And that's just. Because i've really got into like modding and there's so many mods where you can improve mechanics and things like that so i've gotten really spoiled so when they first announced that they were doing fps boost. I was stoked because there was even some like the most standard is thirty to sixty jump. But then there's like the thirty one twenty jump which is insane or sixty two one twenty. That's really cool. I think i feel like for me. I love replaying games of. I love a game and it has some re any replay ability in there. I will go back again. And just try to see if i can experience it in a different way and i feel like this is going to give people that that experience of okay this is. I have a new reason to jump into this and then also for like people that are you know might be a little bit more particular with mechanics like unpopular opinion. I love the winter games their mechanics. There's like a point. Two second delay and combat that drove me up the wall and so like those little minute things like for me and my head kind of build up so being able to see even those minor improvements of of just performance. I think and microsoft has been really. They've done a one eighty in their marketing I did a deep dive In this because it's it's really honestly just fascinating to me. You know for the console generations. We've always seen it be dependent on physical hardware sale and xbox said no. We're gonna completely you know looking at the performance of xbox one and how it kind of evolved from the beginning to leading into the new generation and seeing all the change that phil spencer has affected which has incredible but i think they could have made the decision to stick in the tried and true measurement of success and they would have failed and instead they were. We're going to be smart. We're we already have this unique ecosystem because at the time sony was still saying no backwards compatibility. We don't want any of this. We don't want pc games and now we're seeing them change their tune because xbox did this complete one eighty it with their entire ecosystem and it's working and it and they're kind of you know with xbox one. They really burned a lot of their reputation because they really moved away from being a gaming console they they were ahead of their time now. Everything streaming service but at the time of xbox one's launch. We weren't there yet so marketing the device as a streaming service. And watch your netflix and watch. Nobody cared at that time. Everybody most people still had cable. And when you don't also have the games in addition to back that up but the xbox game pass that gives people knew you know new reasons to play new ventures supply for a low cost xbox games to you free games as well and i just think being able to to utilize that and with this best acquisition and seeing the bethesda titles come in. It's only gonna make that ecosystem stronger. It's going to make the community stronger. And it's gonna make microsoft more enticing to companies that are maybe a little worried about being acquired always a risk with being acquired. Sometimes it works out great and sometimes it results layoffs. And we've seen both through the years. And i feel like by building this up and making it incredibly valuable. I think that's going to assuage a lot of worries and we're gonna see. This is not going to be the last acquisition. That's gonna shock people. I can tell you that right now. So it's going to be interesting to see how that evolves and how those first party studio creations happen and what that means for. How do we measure success in the world of gaming like is it's not just about hardware sales anymore it's not just about shiny new controller or shiny exclusive game because the determine exclusively is changing. It's evolving and now that sony's on board with that sky's the limit. Yeah i'm absolutely in love with were. Xbox has been doing with game pass. Fps fps boost. Back is bad ability and all of it in conjunction with each other. I think this is such such a cool thing. Right that i i. I think i think you touched on this very well. Right like they're going back and really valuing but does see value valuing what they have to bring to the table as a studio right not only not only for the things they have coming up in the future like indiana jones and star field but for what they brought to the table already and for the fact that they can acquire them and be like cool. Immediately we're going. We're going to put you on a pedestal. we're going to bring up. Bring back the game. So you've given us and shine a light on the the games that people are in love with from the past right. we're going to bring bacne. Vegas is going to bring back. Pray we're gonna bring back all this stuff we're gonna we're gonna enhance fps boost. I think to your point. That is such a great thing to have. If you're on if you're on the side of things in your like you're like man we're about to be acquired. Let's see how this goes and that's the step that microsoft leads off with that is very that is a very strong way to open up this partnership and so excited see more of what the has to bring bring. Fps to newburgh is. Because i really need it right now because that game it's running pretty well on series x like i'm getting no frame drops in a low times are fantastic with ssd but it is. It is one of those things though where i'm like man. Fps boost would serve this game so well it did not h well it did not know it all started playing it. Though i'm gonna talk about it probably on this week's kind of funny games casting for that everybody switching gears though stop on intendo story number three could this next year. Possibly be nintendo's best year in software sales asked this question because this morning joe scrambles and wrote an article titled nintendo is reportedly expecting another record year for software. It goes like this nintendo's reportedly expecting ship two hundred and fifty million units of software and its next fiscal year comfortably beating. Its existing all time records. Thanks to a lineup of mostly unconfirmed blockbuster. Titles per anonymous sources of bloomberg nintendo's briefed some partners and suppliers on expectations for april twenty. Twenty one to march twenty twenty two and set expectations of shipping hundred and fifty million games. That huge number is seemingly driven by what bloomberg calls quote a series of marquee game releases quote and what analysts circuit. Circuito calls a quote much stronger blockbuster software software lineup and you hardware and quote. Nintendo is already forecasting a record year for sales in its current financial year ending march. Twenty twenty one expecting to see two hundred and five million shipped units. Its previous best. Year came in financial year. Two thousand and eight when the huge popularity of the we saw two hundred and four point six million units shipped financial. Your twenty twenty was unexpectedly huge for nintendo with the upswing and gaming due to the effects of the covid nineteen pandemic and the enormous success of animal crossing new horizons. Propelling the company to its current success so leanna the next year nintendo a reportedly. They're expecting it to be much bigger than the year. We just got you believe it. I don't how do you combat a pandemic like that was like the perfect unintentional timing. I have never okay chat. Please don't hate me. i love you guys. You're very beautiful. People why okay all. I've seen chess as we love takes kaufman. They can give you of about to ruin all of that. I have never. I never understood. The say never understood as not to knock anybody because my philosophy has always been. I don't care if it's solitaire. If it brings you joy play as much as you want. So this is not a knock on the series at all but i never had like personal desire to jump into the animal crossing franchise and the only time i did. The only reason. I did with new. Horizons is because of the timing. Just got back from patsies. That was a whole thing. And then then that was when the world started finally taking this pandemic seriously and we started doing the lockdowns and things like that. And and i went from traveling almost every other week for my job to being you know locked in for a year and i don't know anybody where i live. I don't have any family where i'm at so it was really kind of isolating installs. Like i need some peace relaxation. Give me a nice cup of bourbon. A glass of bourbon and the nice animals switch. Let's do it. And i liked it. I was really good. So they're gonna talk that because that was like yes. Animal crossing has a huge following but it was also just merriment of perfect timing completely unintentional. But if they think they're going to do it. I mean if anybody can it's going to be. Nintendo nintendo has a loyal big despite. How many you wouldn't think by angry reacts to any literally any nintendo direct showcase but like they have a very loyal following. if anybody can pull off those projections. it's them. But i'm wondering if that if that's kind of boating well because we've heard rumblings last year and a half eighteen months i would say of xbox doing some more things with nintendo and now it looks like sony's kinda sniffing around that so it's like i wonder how much of that is going to be ports like unexpected ports because remember how shocked people were when we found out that skyro- coming to switch and then we all thought it was going to suck and then it actually played really beautifully. Like what are they doing and if they do that. Pro that like the bigger mac switch I feel like that's gonna also propel those cells to you because people are going to want to load up their shiny new consoles and or they're going to be buying it and then giving their older consoles to siblings or kids or you know i mean. I think that's exactly what this is. I think that's what this is pointing to is that we're gonna we're gonna get the switch pro and we've had reports from last year saying that alongside the switch pro. There's going to be a lineup of games to go with it and so you imagine in the same way that the switch launched with that year having having breath the wild mario odyssey splatoon to arms for some reason. I think that with the switch switch program going to have a similar lineup of of bangers to go along with it you know. I expect to see Breath awhile to mike. My question is what else right. 'cause like you know we could be could see. Maybe a mario odyssey you. But that's not something i'd expect to see in this next fiscal year. I think we get an expert skier. They'll be very impressive But you know there's the question of when did we get bayoneted three. When do we get splatoon three. When do we we know we know. We're gonna get mario golf we. We have a few games that we know and we have a few games. They have questioned question marks about if all of those hit over the next year. Then yeah like i could see it. I think i think the impressive thing is that when it comes to Comparing this year to last year last year animal crossing sold around thirty one million units in that is a lot of units sold for one game right like animal crossing sold way more than than you imagine. Intendo expected to assume that being the case right lake. I also polk my when i talk about. I forgot i forgot about muslim. That later this year to sir. Yes between between pok amounts coming out in fiscal year. Twenty twenty one. Yeah that's going to be a huge factor. But then yeah it is what else is gonna come out alongside the switch pro. Which i think is going is going to amount to this year. I i could see. I could see where this is coming from with that. Oh yeah. I've been hearing really good things about that too about rise. That sounds like it's going to scratch a lot of that inch for fans i wanted to see. I wanna see thought dead franchises. Make a comeback do you. I don't know maybe it's off. i'm not. I don't play the switch as much as i would like to do. You remember that sis. Mario game or came with the pad you can draw. And you can mario pain. Yeah see that with the if we get the magnet. That's what it's called now. Sorry guys back switch about it. If we get that. I wanna i wanna draw. Mario pay because i don't know it was really addictive being able to like. Make the sound like you could make songs and do the fly swatter. I don't know that was really fun and you see some of that. Dna in a bit. I'm with you. I love for them to bring another mario pain. I feel like that'd be a fun thing with the touchscreen. That would be amazing. I wanna see like a good revival of f zero to. I feel like the game. Come out past. It have lost the magic that the snes of zero had like that had some of the most beautiful level designs. If we had something new or like that and also the indies like they have been making a man to know what it's doing for the indie scene is incredible like i think my game of the year last year was Was a coffee. Talk regarding the switch because it was talking about pandemic games. That was one where kind of get lost like. I'm like i miss. I miss going to a convention to meeting people in sake high of logo. Come help me and like you could go in. And then you could flirt with like a giant orc lady like hello yes do those me in persona five last year where five real came out and immediately when i started when i started playing it was super into it for the idea of early pandemic and games actually just getting to go to class and hang out with friends and talk to people even though these are fucking anime high schoolers. I'm talking to you allows the case right. It felt like i got to hang out with people it felt like they gotta go out and live the social life which is like a nice escape from being in my room. Twenty four seven so definitely know that feeling before action transition to the next news story. I wanna tell you about sponsor. Of course you can go to patriot dot com slash. Kinda of funny games where you can get the show ad free and speaking of ads this episode of kind of funny games daily is brought to you by purple as the world becomes increasingly uncomfortable. 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We're hearing is nearly intense music going on in the background. And i'm gonna hit you with some quick hits of news aga- three stories going to hit you with. Let's start with story number. Four fog is is getting among us costumes. With unique features this is from joel scribbles. And then kevin. I have a video that you can play in. The background is a read through a trailer for the news. Fog i season. Fog is has announced in among us. Crossover developer media tonic. Teased aegean that some new among is costumes. We'll have something unique about adding that. The mention of an impostor trailer could be a could be considered a warning to players. Included at the end of new trailer was reveal of a red amongst the space. You costume complete with a fried egg hat in the warning. That one imposter remained texts. That will be very familiar to among us players developer media. Tonic tells us that the red costs and will be available on day one of season. Four any part of the seasons fame path rather than bought with crowns. Developer also teased to us that. This wasn't the only august costume and that they'll come with secrets and quirks for players to discover when they arrive. I'm all about it. This is very cool. I love among us. I like fall guys and sell them collaborating. I'm all about it. do you play much. Fog is leanna. Oh you got like the among Helmet i made a full cost play. We did the charity stream a couple of months ago. And i was like i'm gonna play. I'm going to be the suss jelly bean. I'm about to murder everybody and it's awesome awesome. No i like it We did a really cool charity. Stream with a wanna pierce. Not too long ago with vol is and that was chaotic. There was like fifty people all talking at once but it was awesome. We raised a lot of money. I like full guys because we talked about earlier and anybody. That's in chat if you're like not playing fall guys because you don't like multiplayer games consider it because it doesn't play like other fault like multiplayer games. It captures the magic of mario galaxy. It's just fun. It's not trying. I mean you have something called what is it. The big dingus. Or what they call the big. The big hammer thing was the became like swing around. And it's like what's it called. It was like all called big into weird like that like big notice. What is so big and like. I don't know me you know it's coming back. You're welcome media topic. But like i don't know i don't know if it's because i've been doing this a long i but i'm just kind of exhausted that everything has to have discourse just chill and play a game and relaxed like it's fine and like for me all guys encapsulates that magic of like it then have to be game of the year. It's just fun it just as unapologetically find it. Does it try to be serious. It doesn't try to be super competitive. They do silly little crossover costumes. That are like to me like a cool mosh to other gaming franchises. And let's be real here. Like fog is was dominating until among us got that surge in popularity the concurrent player count dropped not to unhealthy levels and then among us got like this huge surge where we were seeing even like politicians play but they're both like jelly beans their giant freakish jelly beans. That liked to murder each other. So like this crossover is a genius. It's more publicity for among us which is a very small team. But it's also a way like fall guys could have been like oh competition you know what i mean. They could've been like let's ignore. It could have been salty and being like you guys took our Our hype away or whatever. But this is a great collaboration. Because i think they do the fall guys among our kind of a part of the same story right there they came out as quarantine games that helped us socialize in a time where that we really needed it right and they're both very fun. I guess like among us was out for a while. Beforehand arose at a time where i think we needed the most And so for them to collaborate in this way is very awesome. I am i am curious. On what the quote unquote unique features are to the costumes. I like it if i could make one prediction. It'd probably be that. Maybe we get one Fall out or not fall out. Fog is mini game that is amongst themed. Where if somebody has an impostor costume you gotta find mitigate or something like that right like a murderer mini game where one it's like one versus all this person wins. They win the whole thing. I don't know. I'm not a game designer but i do think there are some cool ideas that you can work around with that among us concept of a costume in a mini game and so i'm really sad. Thought like all these rivers about a new silent hill and stuff. What if the big reveal is. There's just a silent hill cost you. I mean i'd take it. Honestly i would take points but like well sad. Would that be of like guys. This is the announcement you've been waiting for it. And everybody's like on the edge of their seats like yes silent hill's back let's go and then it's just like lose paramedic info and fall guys but like a little superman had though a little as they. Okay well now. This needs to happen. They need a little waddling pyramid. Had in my life. This is you gotta love it. Let's talk about balancing wonder world. How excited are you for balanced wonder world. I actually okay i. This is one of those games that i will admit. I don't know a whole lot about because it's one of the game's most in and i wanna go and blind like i've actually told although my coworkers i don't wanna cover anything With this game is that bad is that does that mean. You don't turn a-list no i mean i think it's awesome. I'm just curious in how you're gonna feel about it when you actually do get on it because getting into story number. Five right balance wrote producer. Nobuyoshi fujimoto addresses demo feedback from this great inex- blog There's been a why this is. This is written by newer yoshimoto. There's been a wide range of opinions responses to the demo and unfortunately at the current stage development is simply isn't feasible to reflect every piece of feedback into the game over to offer you a more balanced gameplay experience. We'll be implementing a day. One patch for the flow game specifically. This patch will adjust moving controls camera movement and rebalancing the difficulty. They're just over a week left until launch. Now so i hope you all enjoy the the world of the world of wonder role to your heart's content And so me and meet tim and all played. The balanced wonder world demo. He's a whole kind of funny games. Games cast about it. And i don't want to ruin it for you. I don't wanna. I don't wanna ruin the game free. But there's a lot of feedback to be out about that game a lot for them to get into in terms of things that they can take in as feedback to fix the fact that they said that the fact that they bring up camera angles has me very worried. 'cause like usually developers won't address camera angle issues like that blatantly. Unless they're like really bad so was it like terrible. I mean honestly singling out camera angles. I is an interesting one because there's a list of things. I'll go go to you before camera angles as a thing to address. I don't want to take away your hype. I don't want to take your your high. Because i i like signed hedgehog as many people know i love the sonic games. I love leave platform. You know as many people know about wonder role at the announcement i was like. Oh let's go a three d platformer from people behind the hedgehog less fucking go but blaming the devil was a fascinating experience because the devil is unlike anything i've ever experienced in a video game and i do not mean that in a positive i can tell like you're try to be very diplomatic about this like what's the easiest way i could say. It was a huge stevens guard garden. One of the worst played. God that's well. I guess it's good that i'm in my thirties. I'm used to dreams being crushed. Not that sad about this. it's but it will be. It will be an interesting thing for you to play though as somebody who is looking forward to it. I think at the end somebody who's in. Who's somebody who is a on the journalist side of games industry. I think there will be. I think they'll be things you can take away from that game from a journalistic standpoint of. How did this get made this way. We're game though. Like i also don't want to yuckier yom's right like i. I hope the game comes out and they fixed a lot of problems. That were there in the demo. But i'll show you chelsea. We show very tetris while hsieh do they'll because in this day and age everybody is so reactive and the internet like the line between developers studios and fans is thinner than it's ever been with social media. How do you make a game that messed up. And you're not going to get called. How do you make a game. That must period my question. And i'm sure we'll get that answer. I'm sure jason schreier. We'll be on it. Let's round out today's stories days roper report with story number six playstation shutting down. Ps four communities from role in bishop at comic book dotcom male. Sony has confirmed that the playstation four communities feature will be officially discontinued and shut down in april quote. Thank you for using the playstation communities feature on ps four console beginning in april. Two thousand twenty one this which will no longer be supported or available on your ps four console. The official notice of the discontinuation reads quote. However you'll still be able to stay connected and enjoy messaging features more on your ps four and the playstation app and quote as the official notice states. There are plenty of social features still available to players parties messages in like are still supported on both console and via the play the official playstation app. The ecosystem on the console might be shrinking but it is not disappearing. And this one of those ones where. I got the email for this last night directly directly from playstation announcing that they're discontinuing communities and that was one that i read and i was like i get it. I used communities maybe twice when it first launched because it seemed like a really cool idea in the never again. And i imagine that that's the way that most people used it like i'm part of the kind of funny community that was created back in like twenty fifteen or twenty sixteen whenever they started this thing and get notifications. Where all the time. And i and i don't they might have turned off notifications for i have no idea but i stopped getting anything about it. It seemed like people stopped listening about it regularly. because it didn't it didn't really serve as much of a purpose. Is i think people thought it would it just it. The community is kind of just sat there as a message board that pretty much only had one purpose and it was to write messages in there and about it like you could squat up with people and look for gas look for games and all that stuff but for the communities i was in. They weren't really getting that much That most of us. I feel like that's kind of the problem. So he runs into a lot like we were talking earlier about how xbox pivoted dramatically away from the standard hardware sales to measure success. I feel like sony. Kinda has to right now. Because that is their their strength like right. Now they have the most exclusives but i feel like when they try to expand because there's so many areas to expand their ecosystem they they kinda skyrocketed a little bit and again. This is another thing that. I'm like testing the goodwill of chat but i loved sky room for the fact that it was it was enjoyable. It was big as expansive tunnel lower. But i felt like it was like more wind and oblivion white in the way that it really held your hand and it was like look. We have all these cool ideas dragons fair pires and then it kind of rested on the fact that the idea was cool and they didn't really do a whole lot with it and i feel like sony kinda does that to look at these cool features like playstation now has up until recently in the last like your so. It's been kind of lackluster vena. They did they just they have all these great ideas and they're they're not really the best executing them and less concerns a like a first party story or first party game and i feel like this is kind of one of those findings samples of cool idea coral execution. You have to do you want to garner can and you know this with your community if you want to garner a community and you want to flourish you have to nurture it. You can't just be like oh there you go guys peace and like that's the issue but at the same time gotta say Bold of sony to be removing anything from playstation for when most people still can't get a playstation five at. It's like you shouldn't really be taking anything in. My opinion shouldn't be taking really anything from the playstation whether it's used or not because give anybody that's still that wants to move into the new generation that physically can't give them a reason to not be stupor heartbroken about it because everybody posts their playstation five pictures and people kind of have that fomo and they wanna experience all of these amazing features so like i don't know that just seems like really bowl timing on their part. I don't know if that's just me a little sensitive now. Because i definitely feel you what you're saying with that i mean that brings me back to the switching up how the party system Systems work a bit leading invitation five. And it's like one you know if you're gonna make changes make sure they're changes that people university are going to love but then also we're gonna make changes to update to the ps five era again. Like you know if if they're gonna apply to everybody and maybe make sure that everybody's gonna be able to get their hands on playstation five or wait a little bit. Maybe make that transition a little bit more gradual as psi's out a little bit more. I i also feel like. I also feel similar way about the playstation store on the browser where the updated that thing for everybody and over the last few months of using play store on the browser that of prefer the previous playstation store. You know and i. I hope they continue to make updates to it and improve in asta but Yeah making that making that making that switch one and done you know is a is a bit of a balding. Neum here would be. Here's my request right for the getting rid of the communities. Because i don't i don't mind it. I get i get that people didn't really use it as much as we probably were expecting. My playstation is that they shouldn't be afraid of collaboration. I don't understand why there hasn't been a discord app on playstation or xbox for that matter or switch like. I don't understand why i party. Concentrating factors are afraid to partner with these apps in these companies in these applications. Actually make that stuff for them because discord pretty much. Has that figured out. If i could somehow opened up a discord channel on my playstation you know in in hang out in voice channels or use that as they voiced app voice chat through my playstation as opposed to having to go through my phone. And go through my. I feel like that'd be very awesome. I feel like that'd be really great solution. And i don't understand why they they don't just approach discord in partner with them and make it work that way because that solves that thing that you're trying to do. I don't know why they're not doing that. Either it's gotta be it's gotta and probably because you thank you can boost a server on discord and that requires money and i'm sure that playstation doesn't want you to do that over playstation or the you know without charge one thousand. We don't want to get a job. Which i think a lot of sense. I i think it makes sense. But i think it's the thing you should do anyway. I think if it's going to make your ecosystem better for people. Then just because i don't. I don't think you lose money as playstation right. Like they weren't making money off communities they were and they don't make money necessarily off of people using parties where whatever that stuff is right. Keep keep the party system because he will use that anyway. But you know getting your playstation right. You could get the discord app on the playstation consoles and if people are in if if people are going to pay for discord whatever. The premium is discord. Have that split. If they're going through playstation to do it right talk to this court and be cool if you are seventy. Then we went. Let's say twenty percent of subs that are going through playstation directly. I'm sure on the discourse out of things they probably be like. Fuck that but i dunno at least have a conversation. Maybe they are. But i feel like way as playstation you should pursue that hard people on shower saying that's why the xbox has going on with this. Does this cord yet somehow. And it's like i that makes sense but also makes sense. Why playstation is not fucking. Now i would love marcus date. This is the dates. I would love to sink back up with you. Guys a from now and c. or playstation. Does that. Because i have a feeling a playstation. Because we're already seeing it like we're already seeing them like they swore up and down they would never do backwards compatibility because there's just no quote unquote value to that and look how they change their tune. They also swore. Exclusives would never come to see because we don't see the value in that and look what they're doing and they've already confirmed that more. Pc exclusives are on the way following horizon zero. Don i feel like sony is finally starting to shed outdated skin a little bit. Because they're you know they've always been couple. Generations now have been the king of consoles but that also relied on the separation between consoles and pc and xbox has been doing so much to bridge that gap to sue the different platforms. Don't have the wide divide. They used to be anymore. You can't really rely on that king's status because it that crown can be taken off at a drop of the hat and we've seen again not to keep talking about the reactivity of the gaming community because hell yeah we know how to react some good reactions and just included but like they wouldn't take much especially with the power moves xboxes making. It wouldn't take much to completely flip sony on its head in terms of public perception. Give in six months. We could be seeing a completely different viewed playstation perception with the gaming community. We've already seen people calling him out for being anti consumer. There is already kind of this exodus happening. Which is why they're making so many changes to their own ecosystem and trying to update a little bit without being over about it because they don't want to just kidding we're going to do the xbox thing 'cause that would have its own backlash but i would be interested because i feel like this is all smaller pieces to a much bigger puzzle and i think that the sony playstation we're going to experience next year is going to be in a very different place and in a place that gamers are gonna benefit and that's going to really be a positive thing for the gaming community i really. I really believe that. 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Parris Was Right: Xbox, Bethesda, and Exclusives - Kinda Funny Games Daily 03.12.21

Kinda Funny Games Daily

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Parris Was Right: Xbox, Bethesda, and Exclusives - Kinda Funny Games Daily 03.12.21

"What's up everybody. Welcome to kind of funny games. Daily for friday march twelfth. Twenty twenty one on one of your host. Greg miller alongside rash passions founder alex. O.'neil hello alex. Greg how are you. I'm great man. this is fun. How long ago was it that we met at whatever packs it was we met at pax. East two thousand thirteen. Where i like pulled you aside in a hallway and confess my love for you sure. That was eight years ago. So let that sink in and even doing irrational passions. If somebody doesn't know what irrational passions is what is it. It's a it's a small independent video game website founded by me and two other friends that is like had multiple people come in and out of it over the years. Many many podcast hosts many different shows but it started july third two thousand ten which was longtime ago i was. I was seventeen when that started. Now i turned twenty eight at the end of this month. So god what is going why you kept doing it. That's a very good question you know. I don't know i it's it's been different means throughout the years right like at first it was like well as noon as fresh and it was fun and then more people got involved and then it was a little bit of wine. I want to do this for them. And i actually got to go places and meet people like you. And like the first person i ever met in the video game industry Was ryan davis who i met at pax east twenty twelve and the year before and just hit it off immediately. He was such a wonderful human. Being and i he remembered me he was like the first person that like remembered me. Year-over-year i saw him again in two thousand thirteen and he's like. Oh yeah you're alex. I'm like freaking out. Yeah you remember me. He just this guy because even to this day. I'm just like some kid from airlines. Like that's all i think of myself as and then similar deal with you and meeting you and twenty thirteen and then go into beyond three hundred and twenty thirteen and then you know. More people came along and like twenty fourteen. Gamergater happened and i think that was like as someone who's like so golden eyed at the time immediately got so serious but if someone who looked at the industry with nothing but love that was like the pivotal changing moments like this. This needs to be better. This isn't like something. I can just love without without any caveats and i hate that. I wanna love things with no caveats. I want to make things better. I want talk to people meet people and make friends. And i just kept doing it and the initial goal was to get work at gamespot or whatever but it's been eleven years so i don't. I don't know how that's going. But i'm here now. So that's pretty cool. Yeah we deserve it. That's the thing is i. You know the reason ryan remembered you and the reason. I've always remembered you right is that you're so positive you're such a good person Your contents good too and like not only that you surround yourself with talented good people as well and i think that's always been what's fascinating to watch. Rational passions is the content. You guys put out the chances you take the podcast you bring in in the people you bring in right you know again i am. I have absolutely shit memory but for whatever extra life it was we did our stream for twenty four hours and then the next weekend we flew out to be on your stream. It was me jen. And joey out there in the you know jen cooked all the meals for it and we hung out and we had a hotel room that i think i crashed in for four hours and otherwise i was at your house in your basement playing with all these things getting dragged through and destiny to and all this stuff and it was like among some of my most cherished kind of funny slash kinda funny best friend moments was going out there and being a part of your thing. Yeah i like two things about that. We two thousand seventeen twenty seventeen moments in my life honestly like best week in my life hands down because you were there jen. Joey is there and portillo campaign tila but also like literally. Almost every person who. I've collaborated with or like we had for a time. It was like the new twenty two thousand fourteen era. Two thousand sixteen era editorial team with the twenty fourteen era editorial team of rational passions. All these people that do not get paid. Because i also have no money and they've just volunteered their time to me and have worked with me so we had. It was like all of the people that matter in one place in my house which is cool because when i was growing up like my house was where all my friends went to. So it's super weird transgress to ub in there and then like all. I forgot what the other thing that was going to say us. Yeah it was great and it meant a lot to me too. And it's that moment is still like those are the moments that live for moments like this and and just getting to hang out with cool people and talk about video games right like. That's what i love at the end of the day. I love video games. I love how each person takes something different away from them. And that's great and i. I'm always at least right now. Because i don't know how to quit. I'm going to continue doing good. And we'll dot com right as the place a not just me. I just be clear. You know like jared. You're one i and show you do everything everything. All the same went gary back but just you know it's worth a jerk. Green mike burgess scott. White quinn hoffman. The folks with me. And then i've done the podcast rational passions podcast which is like kind of separate from the website. Kind of not you know just like the first thing. I'd done scott here who's been my best friend since middle school and tony horvath. Who's been my best friend since high school and now he just. He stepped down from the show as a permanent host. But like he's still like part of the family. So it's it's all these people it's not just me and the people in the past that have worked for the site and it. I can't take any credit for most of the stuff there. But like i'm happy to have had some part in putting a spot together for them to make it fantastic. Everybody goes rational. Passions dot com. Where they talk about video games just like whereabouts you because there is so much xbox today who would have thought that when they were doing the xbox as the presentation yesterday during games daily they would have to bleed over to this games daily as well but there's so much we're gonna talk about it at all and more because this is kind of funny games daily each and every week dan of variety of platforms. We run you through the video game news and he'd know about if you like that be part of the show patriot dot com slash kind of funny games. Of course i'm patriot. Dot com slash. Kinda funny games. You can be part of the show with your questions comments concerns and your squad up requests you can get the show ad free and you can get the show with exclusive po show. We do each and every weekday however if you have no bucks toss our way and patriot dot com slash kind of funny games. No big deal. You can watch us record the show live on twitch dot tv slash kind of funny games. 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You are patriot on producers at dino biologist mic blackjack trent berry and blackjack again today we're brought to you by logitech and hellofresh. But i'll tell you about that later for now. Let's begin the show with what is and forever will be the rope report really quick before i get into the due to alex. I just want to let you know. I love you. I love you so much. Yeah one of the best people but also Could you turn down your headphones. Like just a tiny bit. I can kind of hear greg coming through your microphone. I'm getting to bleed to allowed me. Everybody i'm sorry. Sorry i got it fucking loud all right the rope reports time for some new we eight items on the ropes. Doesn't we'll start with story number. One parris lilly was right yesterday. Xbox and bethesda got together and they put. pete hines is talking to phil spencer. And they talked about exclusives and lo and behold parris. Lilly was right. Isn't that right pairs. You know greg. Today's not a day about who was right. Who was wrong. oh. I'm sure that's going to be the same way you're gonna talk about it on x. Cast today oh yeah we're we're we're saving effort later today. Record ex gas for sure but but in all seriousness. I mean. I talked about this since september. Don't spend seven point five billion dollars to not change. Something and i feel what they showed yesterday. And what phil. Spencer said was definitive enough. That if i'm on playstation i should no longer expect these major. Ip's like star field elder scrolls fall out wolfenstein doom quake rate prey on down the list. Don't expect those to show up on a playstation platform unless which what feels sprints or said was it lives on game. Pass if we go. Let me bring in what phil spencer said here. Yes because yesterday in the conversation. Him and peter having a candid conversation about all the games that are coming experts or exca- xbox game pass fast. Is that a thing we short. It's experts because at walkway quicker. But had this to say. I listened to the podcast and all the questions so i'm going to try to be as clear as i can. Because that's what. I just think is fair so obviously i can't sit here and say everybody says the game is exclusive because we know that's not true there's contractual obligations that we're going to see through as we always do. In every one of these instances we have games that exists on other platforms. And we're going to continue to support those games on the platforms there on these communities of player. I'm sorry there's community of the communities of players. We love those communities and we'll continue to invest in them and even in the future there might be things that have either contractual things or legacy on different platform. That will that will do. But if you're an xbox customer the thing i want you to know is that this is about delivering. Great exclusive games for you that ship on platforms where game pass exists. And that's our goal. That's why we're doing this. That's the root of this partnership that we're building and the creative capability we will be able to bring to the market for xbox customers is going to be the best it's ever been for xbox and quote of course on twitter parris. Lilly tweeted hot. Xbox plus bethesda is doing exactly what i said they should do on x cast with this roundtable cry emoji to which the man phil spencer responded did make me laugh listening directo and knowing that you nailed our plan always learn from paris dot dot dot. How how good that feel parris lilly. I'm not gonna lie. They felt pretty fricking good in this sense that again like i said before had to look at this logically the entire time. Like if you're going to spend that amount of money those are valuable. You're trying to drive people towards your ecosystem. You're trying to drive people to subscribe the game pass. I can't let you keep playing the games. The same exact way that you were before share so it just made sense to me that that's what they do but i. I do applaud xbox and but the for getting this roundtable and basically getting all of that out of the way now set expectations. Now i did see. There's some rumblings. Because phil talked about legacy stuff right. Yeah that's what. I wanted to come in and bring in alex and pivot to him. What what was your take. Alex is legacy. It is if there is a community there do you take it as a. that's it. Elder scrolls star field. Not come into play station. I it's weird because legacy is such a it's a very open ended term rate. I think. And i remember. I don't know where this is from. But i'd like talking live service games kind of continuing to be multi-platform. Yeah and like. I don't know is we don't know if like fall out. Five would be alive service game right like we don't know if something like fall at seventy six will blend into and certainly people would be very upset about that so this is just hypothetical would blend into whatever the next game but yet like legacy to me feels like franchises that have notoriously been multiple places right. I just does feel weird to me to say. Like we're gonna make another fallout game. But we want to sell half as well But i don't know maybe like you gotta make that hard line i. I was kind of more like originally thinking when this happens so long ago. I was in the camp of like okay. The big bethesda game studios safer maybe star field because that's untouched. That could go. that could be an exclusive. That could be whatever i think. Like elder scrolls and fallout need to exist everywhere. Because you just make so many people upset if you take them away but like you have tango and you have arcane you have these studios that have made less sales figures but would be like i in my opinion perfect to make exclusive games for xbox give them more money. Give them the marketing push. Put them on game pass and people will maybe finally play goddamn dishonored game so that that is how i interpreted it but this you know to be fair filled like replying. The perez feels pretty cut and dry. I you know. I don't know i i feel like any of this could still change anytime because like the end of the day. Microsoft is really good about listening so and they've kept it. I think they've made it clear enough but also murky enough that i can read into it like am i wrong paris. Do you think this is i. i know i. What do you think paris so many people came at me like. Yeah fuck you. Greg joke the other day when it was nice. Hold him on that show that it could go either way. I could see either way like. I don't think it's going to be case by case. Still even what. They're saying. But i i have to push back on that and we're both you just said. I think he was ninety percent definitive but he left at ten percent. Where there's some wiggle room. But i feel like what what you're saying before about right if this was going to be. We're going to continue to allow elder scrolls to be on playstation and all these platforms. He'd come out and directly say that the weight literally listen to what he said like five times to try and make sure i understood it and he saying hey but says the games will live where game pass lives. we will honor existing contracts. Were not going to change that. But when he started talking legacy he was he was kind of leaving that up as maybe there might be some case by case things that we would do on a legacy title will rule continue to support it. But i like the fallout example is great and what you brought up followed. Seventy six is not gonna go away. They will continue to support that that will live as it always has been but when they make a fallout five. I would not have the expectation that that is going to show up on a playstation platform. Going by what he just said going by. They're talking about the the now being a first party part of their xbox game studios. They're talking about all the collaboration which it really is. The whole point is that excites me. The twenty-three studios now being able to collaborate together to innovate and be creative with the game's going to make but going back to the original point of all this. This was a business decision. This is forget the exclusive talk. I know everyone wants to get mad about that stuff but microsoft made business decisions that you keep telling us that we don't have enough games. Well guess what we just went. Acquired this publisher and all other intellectual properties. And we're making that part of our platform versus saying. Oh we're not changing anything. You're still playing those games. Where they are. It isn't about the one off seventy dollars sale a game. It's about getting you the subscribe game pass. That's where you're trying to do. That was interesting. Alex who's thing right of like. Oh i cut your your profits in half. i mean. They're looking at it way. More as fuck the profits. Let's get subscribers. People in the game pass they want they want to get to basically you. What does the term brand loyalty. Their ecosystem right. Yeah they're they're saying. Hey yeah. we're taking away from playstation but we're giving you a low cost option with a series s. you can play with cloud. I was messing around with wolfenstein on on cloud. Today we're allowing you to play it on your mobile device or you can play it on a smart tv. That's their strategy. Moving forward now. Because i i'm looking at to chat. Some people like paris just waiting until you see starfish open. Ps five. Here's what i'll say to that. If if there is a con if there is a legal contract obligation for starfish to show up on playstation jim ryan would have said yesterday they said it. They don't let you know they were let playstation nation. No don't worry star field still come into our platform but once we passed the next eighteen to twenty four months of any legal obligations. They have. I would have zero expectations for anything to show up on police. Excuse me show up on playstation. What i'd say here to like the key thing at the end of the statement is delivering exclusive games to ship on platforms. Where game pass exists. And i know we got a question on this greg if you wonder i don't know if you want to. Biologists writes in the patriot. Dot com slash. Kind of funny games and says hi greg. Alex alex this was submitted before the show. But i know you're killing it proud of you buddy gregg. How does it feel to be so so wrong about the bethesda. The fuck you come on i. I never say i was looking at greg. I don't pay the people given the title of ceo. Man skit just fucking to him. Baby what i'll say wrong. Paris has had this thing lock locked. You know what. I mean from the get-go paris i waffled between it when people ask me about him. I see this. I could see that. I don't know and i'm like i think it would go this way. But paris has been fucking tried and true shot the pairs lily. Your anyways now for everybody on this cast while this does suck for playstation users. Do you see this whole thing This whole deal being the first step in the door for xbox game pass and other councils phil spencer specifically said quote exclusive to where game passes on and quote. This was a very specific were. This was very specific. Wording so could we see ways for this to work out even more in xboxes fever that can lead to return on investment for xbox faster and for all fans being able to play these games. Alex yeah yes. Correct this is. This is the way. Xbox wins is by putting game pass on playstation. Like i the the way that they just. It's over. There's no more fight anymore is if their service is just the ubiquity of it right. It's just like oh you wanna play. But as the game on playstation by by fifty dollar game pass which is the only way you could play on playstation or you could buy it independently on xbox game pass on xbox game pass on switch and playstation and everywhere is like i think their plan whether or not they can achieve that i. You know i'm very that's right. That's been as they've marched. Four with game. Pass in talking about putting it you know onto your computer onto the x. God all that stuff then it gets to the thing. We've all been saying now all right cool. What's the first. Tv that comes with xbox game pass installed hasn't ready stream has to go but then paris have you. Are you still holding out. Hope that game pass comes to switch could possibly come to a playstation one day. I personally wouldn't hold my breath for that either because especially with nintendo. What's the incentive. Why would they care. Nintendo's nintendo they do what they do. I don't see them wanting xbox to invade their ecosystem basically by saying hey you can play halo gears and all this other stuff you know on on the switch. They don't need xbox to do that. The one offs they've done with like orien- cuphead make a lot more sense. Like i could see a scenario if and or when banjo zooey eventually comes back. That's on the switch. As a one off chevrolet which i would also equate to the playstation. You will see various one offs still happen. But there's no way in hell playstations gonna put game pass on their platform edges. I just don't see it so your banjo example too. I think in this grant did not have a festive game with banjo but stick with me. I think that's one of the things you're talking about with legacy on different platforms right. Where like a banjo kazoo of still to this day. I think personally. May because i'm old but it would be the idea of that would happen and it wouldn't be like what the hell's going on blah blah blah. You know you were talking about them needing right like if you need this and i think that's what's the most interesting thing about nana's is that in the current ecosystem. This isn't going to happen. You'd have to get that game passes such a juggernaut xbox doing so well that both nintendo and playstation have to look. We have to be a part of this. And i think as we continue to talk about the incredible sales of the switch and the incredible attach rate. We have empty numbers coming up in the show. Eventually like nintendo things. They're kingship. they don't need it. Playstation donald generation playstation. Five is still on tip of everybody's tongue. You can't get it. They think they're kingship. They're not ready to do this. Game pass we'll have to make more deals xbox. I would have to get so much bigger. And i do think it would have to be that. Xbox really pivot away from even making consuls for playstation. To think about doing this agree. I'm sorry go ahead. Sorry i just push back a little bit because minecraft on switch has you log into your gamertag and xbox live right which is very in my opinion outside perspective. Invasive theme that nintendo obviously minecraft is the exception. And i think that's another one that i don't see minecraft. Whatever the follow up to that for more yang is going to. It's going to be on everything. Because i think that super like that goes beyond consoles and that is a game that everyone should have access to But like also right now like you were saying greg that the conversation is one thing but in ten years if it's not just bethesda games but you know many other different types of things that only exist on game pass and we started seeing a shift to game pass exclusive titles games that you cannot buy but you have to subscribe to game pass to get allah netflix original series. Then the conversation is different like these games only exist here so playstation if they wanted you to have access to that game on platform or nintendo which again this is a big stretch right now but in ten fifteen years where the ecosystem is totally different. That is what microsoft is plane toward. I think more xbox stuff to go paris. I know you have other victory laps to take so if i can see later. Of course you're recording to kinda funny cast this afternoon. I'm sure you gary snow mike. Mike is going to have some kind of weird pillow fight. So happy about everything. Thank you so much for making the time. we still thank you for having me anytime bears. We'll talk to you later moving on with our xbox stuff though because they're still way more xbox talk about number two is that twenty bethesda. Games came to game pass overnight. Today's their official debut times work. Let me run you through them. Dishonor definitive edition council. Pc cloud dishonored to council cloud doom nine hundred ninety three council pc doomed to call so pc cloud do three calls pc club do sixty four council tc cloud doom attornal holy shit. Kozlov cloud of the elder scrolls three more wind console. Pc the elder scrolls four oblivion causal pc. The elder scrolls five skyros special edition council cloud. The elder scrolls online counseling pc. No i'm sorry. Cloud and council the evil within causal. Pc cloud fallout four. Also cloud fo seventy six. Causal pc cloud fallout new vegas console pray council cloud rage to call slipped cloud wolfenstein the new order. Causal cloud wolfenstein the old blood council. Pc cloud and wolfenstein youngblood causal cloud. What a fucking lineup alex. Yeah that's like probably two thousand hours of game just if you were if you had some time to kill. It's we always talk about a game pass. Meaning the best value in gaming. And i think this shows such a. Hey this is what we're talking about. This is why we bought the fest and it's the hope that i saw so many people over night and then today tweeting about like. Yes fucking finally tried dishonor. Oh my god everybody overlooked. Pray get into this. I think for the amount of people that probably missed new vegas like go play these games. That are awesome that you've heard about the do in a horse game. Pass being a netflix of games. That it is it is jumping. Have a taste of it and if it doesn't work for you jump onto one of these other nineteen games you have to go from. Yeah and like the another thing that just about the is like they are the kind of publisher that some people just kind of only play their games and have totally happy and find with that. And now you know those those very specific people which is probably a couple million people in sizable for sure. Yeah i mean if you think about it this way like if you're big enough to make your own e-3 press conference and people do come to it and get excited for it year over year. You're a big deal. Yeah that that person. That was yelling in the front seat about elder scrolls online. They're getting xbox. I tell you what yeah. And it's also the thing of this shot in the arm. Games like seventy six and like other online need right of all of a sudden you have the these games out there that exist and thrive when they have more players playing them. And you have now. If you have game pass no barrier to entry you get to jump in and try fall at seventy six and probably if you've never played it before go. Oh man this is what was talking about. Not you know ignoring the years of work that have been done to it and added to it and where you're at and like elder scrolls online obviously is such a dedicated community that you get in there. If you're looking for that new kind of thing that's going to be there for. You is gonna be what you want let alone all these great games that you know. Pray i think. God an eight at and back in the day From dan stapleton. Like i was just thinking the other day actually all grey get like. I remember this because i was. Yeah i was the person assigned to gameplay footage for pray pray was weird. Because i think we'd only gotten pc code or something you see code and there is some really buggy things happening with dan. Save if you don't mind. I'll read from the gene review because i again was thinking about playing pray. The other day. And i went back looked at dan's review from may twenty seventeen. It has an eight point zero on jan but it does say when prey launched. I had this is dan. I had a game breaking bug on. That prevented me from recommending it. That's now been patched and so has this review is now updated to cover our experiences on all platforms. It was initially scored as a four point allen. Pc about but instead of prey. Greg play dishonor to play dishonour dishonours. This is something that you know to alex's point i love certain bethesda games right it was mean kesse talked about this earlier this week on monday of like how it feels like when one fallout or one elder scrolls hit with you. It's hard to get another one. Oh my god this is even better. This blew me away because you have that hooked to it. And so when i look through a bethesda game list it is the fact that i fucking loved fallout three right but new vegas never hit the same heights. Four didn't so six definitely didn't right. I loved but i such not. I didn't beat scattering. Even i played. How many hours grinding. I spent one per noon. Listening to podcasts crouched behind a guy in a cathedral. And i would hit him and i would get the plus one stealth and then he would sit back down. And i hit him. When i get plus when steph and i just did that over and over and over again listen to pocket like i played that game a very certain way to get through it or whatever but i haven't ever. I'm not the bethesda guy growing. Pete hines his friend of the show and stuff like that. And there's games from them. Franchises fallout. i'm gonna play. I'm gonna love that. I'm all about but like looking at this list. It's like oh man. I've tried this. Honored didn't work for me. I tried prayed. Stick for me like wolfenstein. I'm not shooter guy. Like i'm not a bethesda person the same way. They're very much as to be. And i'm glad there aren't. I love that there are looking like somebody like colin who's obsessed with doom right like that's awesome that that exists. Yeah i would also say like dishonored specifically is phenomenal. I love honor to has some of the best level design. Three dimensional design even four dimensional level design and play the pregnant when i mean by that of any video game but it's like a slow burn redness i two levels are very very slow But i honestly once you get to like and four. It's it's incr- some of the coolest levels ever but if you are as a person playing on xbox game pass for the first time let might also remind you that you would now have access to destiny and the entirety of kingdom hearts importantly enforcement. Okay just go play. Kim arts and then come talk to me about it. I'm sure vendors will be on there one day and then you'll see what a real games believe it or not still more. Xbox news through this is number three were actually go over to iggy and where rebecca valentine green reporter. They're just got hired. I've never heard of her before rights. Xbox has confirmed its planning a summer games event of some kind this year but this heavily involved in its planning during today's roundtable discussing the recent xbox acquisition of bethesda xbox marketing general manager aaron greenberg and with as the global marketing and calms exec errand. Lucy confirmed that they they were quote in the planning phase of an event sometime this summer that would include more news about what the partnership between the two companies would entail. No further details were given though greenberg did add. That they were planning was well. I'm sorry did at what they were planning was. Sort of the event traditionally would be held at e three. Let me tell you. That's not how rebecca wrote it. And i took a lot of words and changed in a lot of words. Butch you got the fucking gist right. Everybody it's friday. Are you surprised at all by this. alexander's happy. To hear confirmation. No surprise i mean it the way they phrased it. This is going to be the one with all the world premiere like this. This is that show so yeah. I i love xbox show every year people always are like super underwhelmed by it because they over promise under deliver or whatever. But i'm here for him. Like anytime phil spencer gets out onstage. I just love that. I'm like a and i totally the best. This is the one that i know. Stick with me because this'll be fucking face later. But this could be the one that delivers right in terms of you're talking about over hype and under deliver like this one. This has got to be the one right. let's just get. Bj bernardo in the mix bj rights patriot dot com slash. Kinda funny games just like you can and says hey y'all with a summer of confirmed for xbox and bethesda does with as the studios have anything that could be ready. This year does the other microsoft's do you have anything. Ready or is halo infinite. The only microsoft we will get the holiday season. Alex i mean microsoft had would said a little bit that they have unannounced games. Yes they say. They have confirmed that. Yeah there's more stuff coming this year. That's unannounced i. I don't know like ghost. Wire is a thin and death loop in both of those or like in this weird sony vortex. I don't know if those would count. Not the death get delayed to. that's mayor. say that's so that'll be out by whatever they usually. Yeah you'd have to talk about and it'll be interesting. How they handle that if they just let that. Go to the places and don't mention or whatever But i mean down. Bj's lists here right of like i'll from the bottom up is hailing if the only microsoft exclusive. We will get over the holiday season. I say no. But i i also think that includes stuff. It's come out a little bit earlier like both. I think about an xbox but have been making games. They have the they were. It's not like they were chilling on ice waiting for this acquisition app. And there's going to be more stuff right. Alex yay and one cuphead's delicious. Last course has come out eventually. Bury ni- always thinking about. I assume just wants your nightmares me up in the middle of the night. I mean cold cold sweat. I need more covid please. I need to hurt more Also like a game that i am excited about. I'm not positive that it's exclusive. I believe it is But scarlett nexus is coming out over the summer. That's like very very anime action jerry. Pg that is from some of the folks that developed tales of beria yet. it's everywhere this whole time Okay but a big xbox marketing push and that was announced on their stage tales of arise as a similar situation that has xbox marketing push. So i you know off certainly gonna make you feel like those games are exclusive with the way they were gonna talk about them and i could see those being game pass things. I still think that is right now. They're game. My realistic expectation is no. They don't have actually anything else coming out this year because next year. I swear. I'm gonna keep saying this probably year over year over year like next one's going to be the one but like i don't think health ready is gonna come out this year still but that's just me. What about are you putting fabel fable nowhere. I guess like that's a game that we only heard about last year in in theory could have been in development for a long time. But i just feel like if they had if that game was going to come out this year. They should have shown a better trailer that last year than just like kind of a joke that it was fg but you know i don't know i we'll see i keep a lot of cards close to the chest right now. I think they're three conference. This year is going to be banger. I hope you like. Because i think it will be talking about what these first parties are doing. You'll get perfect. arche figure. more state stated decay. I'm talking about xbox obviously jam not just to bethesda what everybody else is going on to what you know the star field you have to imagine. There's something of substance there you want to put out there and talk about it this summer. Event if you're talking to talking about the fact that you know as read story talks about that it's going to be bethesda. An xbox they will be there will be something happening at that event together. What are you showing that. It's coming to your platforms. And i think that is when you do. Confirm like here star field. Here's the date for him. Probably in the paris lily was right. Have little pop up and say exclusive only xbox gamepad let let me let me ask you a question though greg star field they data. What is the year in that dude. I that's my thing is beta. I don't think they will get it. Because i think it's i think in classic bethesda fashion because of course their games. I should say todd howard fashion. The games are john or missing huge. And they're gonna be fucking done when they're done and i think now more than ever with xbox in control of coming under the xbox bella in i'm speaking out of turn of course because i'm not a business person and i'm just student of the industry and i talk about it all the time. Button taking that responsibility off your shoulders and something. I've talked about with tim schafer since double fined spent acquired and obviously cycle north to this year. Double fine's been acquired by xbox it is that idea of cool get back to just making games. Don't worry about like you know satisfying shareholder aboard or something like that or worrying about like how you promoting it. We can take care of all that when you come into that fray so i do think that you get star field and there is no date and then is it done when it's done kind of thing because yeah that just doesn't ever end well when you start putting dates on things. I think we've seen the industry start to move away from that a bit except for something like last year when they're like we got to promote the playstation five so gate say god is coming next year like what to give you a logo like freezes over good enough. That's got thank you. Yeah yeah no i i. I'm with you and also like in a lot of the games i listed like. They'll satisfy me with all their web stuff for me like scarlet xs and all that and xbox has done a great job of i will never not give them all the credit in the world for announcing the of remastered the the version that had never come to the west coming to the west finally like ten years late but like they announced that their show. And that's like a personal favourite of mine. So i they always try and get some deep cuts in there and and kind of satisfy a worldwide audience and a really go away wedding. I think they're trying to expand with xbox branded means for a long time xbox brand mismatch gears and halo enforced. And then you know in. Fps ins like that was fine for a long time and it helped them obviously in the three sixty generation but i think it was. It hurt them. In xbox one generation let alone the fact that the xbox one was mis marketed from the jump and had no vision and now to get all their like to have fill in charge and the reason i respect him so much and like him so much. Is the idea that since they started this is we are games. People were gonna make gamer pro decisions and we're gonna push forward and like right. Now scroll through the wikipedia for xbox game studios right like it's ridiculous to run down this list and see how varied this is right. I mean you have. Of course everybody from cinemax. So it's alpha dog. Arcane bethesda game studios offer machine games roundhouse games. Tango tango works in cinemax online. Right and then it's three four three. The coalition compulsion games double fine the initiative in exile mo mo yang ninja theory of senior playground. Games rare. turn ten undeb labs world edge and xbox to studios publishing hold. He's fucking shit. What a stable of people the world that we live in were obsidian and bethesda game studios are like bouncing brel super weird way and like the the best thing with obsidian to now like under xbox. Because i've been thinking about a lot lately like they're kind of thing is making like the follow up sequel to a game that somebody else made and now. They don't have to do that but also they could do that. With all of those games which is awesome like best of both worlds. Yeah you wonder really what you know after so you you have everybody there now and you have obsidian there now and it is like all right. Cool todd howard star field then. He's the next elder scrolls. And then it's like. Do you really have to say like cool. Why don't we let them do fall. Why don't we let them do all out. You know what i mean. Let them get back to it after new vegas so good if they were wild enough to let somebody make fall at seventy six they should allow obsidian fallout game. Yeah exactly and especially off the success of outer worlds. I think about it every fucking time space in the sense of like outer wild andy. Cortez a wild guy. He loves that an excellent all right merit. I thought the while in the wild and trees worldspace made sense. But you're right into the wild guy. And i'll never forget i'll never forget it again. Now because of that. Very insular pneumonic device. I love it. Let's get you one more piece of xbox news before we get you. Another exclusive news after the ads number four. We're talking about this thing coming in the summer but is there an xbox event coming this month. This jazz corden over at windows central. A short while ago noted microsoft expert filth Or i'm sorry. Paul tweeted that microsoft is planning series of events in the near future revolving around windows and xbox with the game show slated for march twenty third more recently though are orange own sources. It seems that this event looks to have shifted slightly to friday march twenty sixth. We've heard that the show may offer a glimpse of some upcoming xbox games for twenty twenty one and possibly beyond beyond sorry details on exactly what. This event will contain are scant for the time being so it may be wise to temper expectations. It may be a tech and platform oriented event with some smaller game announcements or something more cool. I'm always out for more events. I'm always down for the see what's going on. I wanna know what xbox is doing. I'm always now to see them strengthened their portfolio. I'm always down for more events unless e. three less three years. So just there's a line where like donate harsher greg. I just wanna be responsible here. Wanna let the folks know. Please don't do six threes again. But it's actually really funny right because obviously we are still in the pandemic and we're still all work from home in the world shifted and yadda yadda yadda the other day like. You know we're planning next week. Which is just outrageous for kind of funny content with the snyder cut with falcon the winter soldier with all the regular stuff going on with now square inexpressive presents yadda yadda yadda and blessing. Hit me up. And he's like hey. Are you doing any of these things. And i was like. Why does it been like archiving. All these emails. That are other people doing showcases. That would normally would be in the you know. The time is now usually everybody should be in san francisco gonna mosconi center. Doing presentations than doing parties at night and debut news is like all right. Fuck people are still trying to make that happen right now and it is that thing of being so still burnt out on what he three became with the summer games last year. Right of being three months of everybody having thing and everybody's for some of these presentations being three hours long and be like. Oh god like it's how i really hope this year. Jeff kelly or whoever steps up his cool. Hey everybody listen to me. Here's we're going to. We're bringing back to one week. You will i will. I will be traffic cop. You will all go and get your moment. You all get your a couple of hours of do your presentation but let's get it all one week of fucking concentrated entertainment and excitement. I hope so please. You know what i hope. Alex what it's people go to patriots dot com slash kind of funny games to be part of the show of course over there you can get with the exclusive post show and you can get this show at free. But guess what haas. Ua watching over on patriots dot com slash kind of funny games. let me tell you about our sponsors. We'll start with logitech gaming. Headsets are important. You want headset with mike. Good sound and a headset. 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That's one two games for twelve. Free meals including free shipping. That's hellofresh dot com slash twelve games and use the code twelve games for twelve free meals including shipping hellofresh. America's number one meal kit. Alex are you ready for more xbox news. I was born ready i love talking about. Let's talk about halo infinite and how it won't let you do wheeled. We go to gamespot where he writes. Microsoft has released in their deep dive video on halo infinite which several developer in which several developers from the team spent forty four minutes answering questions about the game which was originally supposed to watch on the xbox series x slash s watch with. I don't know what's up with me. It must be the end of the week. The wheels fall off. I'm alex i'm skipping words and sentences and then on top of that and the ad out my brain was like what you see all the words. Let's start throwing them out of order. Just started saying i'm out of order. But i got there. I landed the plane was doing to excite last night you can sleeps and i was so excited to the show like so pumped by going to do where am assigned to cut shared having a great time anyways back to the one feature. That won't be in the game. At least initially is dual wielding weapons introduced in halo to the feature has been critical to many players. Load outs since then. The whole video is treat. The whole video was treat. Sandbox urged trees is treat. The whole venue is treat. That's not me all right. That's eddie you with sandbox on her quinn delahoya lead world designer. John mulkey campaign lead artist justin dings and game. Play director troy mashburn answering numerous questions. Fan submitted on twitter among the things that we learned is that door willing is not a de la hoya said dueling is not currently in the cards at least at the moment quote. Whatever you set out to make a game with the size of halo infinite. There's so many things you can do. I think we have a very talented team where we can do anything. But we can't do everything he said. The developers said three or four three instead chose to focus on halo halo infinite weapons gunplay grenades melee as well as equipment also in the video. It is. confirm that halo. Infinite will adopt the uncharted of cinematics in that. There won't be any distinct cut scenes instead. Cut scenes will blend into game. Play without giving you a black screen are hard stop. Is the series. Did previously there will be a seamless transition from game play to cinematics and vice versa. The studio said we also learned in the video that there are no playable elites in halo infinite quote this is this is a master chief story and a spartan story delahoya said alex. I have no idea. What do you care about halo. Is that one of your games i. It's not one of my games. But i will say you and four or like my favorites As someone who again. I've played half a five and all the ones before that never played any of the spin offs. And i like this. Because you can doyle to them. So i'm like unreasonably upset about i need my to niebler's the only way i play i mean it's it's probably fine like this game have like a very different five than in even numbered halo before so but halo. Two's still the best one. 'cause you can hold to need leaders and it's the best. It's fair enough. Yeah as you know. Like i've played a bunch of halos. They've never been my thing. My jam i number one never halo infinite. Because i do wanna see what a modern halo looks like from learning from every other game before it and see where you take this franchise and more than anything. I am excited to hear about halo infinite as three four three is doing these deep dives right like for years now. I've said that if developers just talked more people would understand what they're doing and why. I think this is the best way to do this. Where hey do a forty four minute video. We're going to drop this information out there and we're gonna have this conversation with you especially for a game. That's been delayed so much right. I mean a year beyond its initial release to get it out here and fill that gap and then also make you understand why we're doing things whereas i mean this could have easily slipped out in an interview as throw away you can't deal and then there's no follow up. There's no explanation of why what you're doing for them to come out and be like listen for the scope. We're doing it for what we're focusing on and i know equipment is such a big part of halo infinite as we've seen with the grappling hook and a few other things like i as a non halo fan. The more they talk about the game the more. I am interested to try it out. And i think you have halo fans in general are gonna come to it no matter what so. You have to try to build those bridges. Yeah it's weird 'cause like i am huge lover of destiny and like especially eric right now. Destiny is at its best and it's made it makes it like a weird relationship because to be perfectly honest like i'm not a huge fan of halo two or three of never played reach. Which are the bungee cherono halo games. But i way prefer how destiny is how it feels how shoots its power is its ability. Said especially right now with stasis in the news and all that so i you know it's to think of halo and it's very reductive but like as the kind of dumbed down version of that like it would take so much for me to really really love that But like if there is any game to do it it seems like infinite could be the one to potentially do it with its way. Different approach to design. So i am also optimistic. I'm hopeful that a monitor halo will be really really cool. Big shot for You mentioning destiny of the check on a pop off there. Were people freaking out that. Somebody's talking about destiny. Michigan ninety six destiny mentions destiny raid clan. Korbut so good. It is so good. The story is incredible right now. Y'all go talk to forget about it. You know what. I mean greg. I without every so often please often. I was running with your crew back in the day i come back. There's a new subclass. What am i gonna be super lost and not understand anything. You're gonna play through beyond light the new expansion and that will i think on you very well. Plus like the new subclass. The ice subclass people hated. Pcp but nobody. Nobody likes that anyway. I just i'm just from is is. It's exactly what other people are saying way but like. There's the newest power that the added in the new season chosen to stasis. The ice subclass is like you as a warlock. Hold your grenade in charge and turn it into a turret. See you have a little hurt with you too which is like just book. Wile anyway is great. Everybody should come play destiny. I play thing with andrew. Rene the other night i come come getting the gang. Let's run deep down crips. We'll get you. There's a lot of great ghandour's condors very much behind it here. In the chatty says greg just do one session and then see how it feels how you feel. Great doesn't have time. he's playing other ammo. He's playing star wars. The old republican. That's older probably yeah. I mean like. I'm similar. Like i'm only gonna have one time for or time enough for one games. His service game and like destiny's really the only one of those. I apply and i have a nice little group. The people sound off and chad. I think You ready to put aside next week right when the new vendors content drops because you'll be put in three hundred dollars a your that no problem never six on the road for we have february. Twenty twenty one. Npd numbers this is from matt. Piscotty tell of course analysts on a thread. The dude yeah. We love matter February twenty twenty one consumer spending across video game hardware content accessories reached a february record of four point. Six billion dollars. Thirty five percent higher when compared to last year is also. This is the best february since two thousand and eleven in the video game in the. Us greg you want to take some guesses as some of the hot releases of february. Two thousand eleven. God now i wanna. I wanna point one out here terrible dates. I said that fits their list. I'm ready. I didn't think you're set me up. You have nothing dead air. Then this goes nowhere let it. I want to point out one very interesting one and one that i love. I don't know if you've played it. But in his old deep gut stacking came out on february eighth on. Ps three version ever free playstation plus game day and date right. This was the it launched with playstation plus the first year of ps plus. That's what we were in in twenty eleven. Think about fine. A microsoft company setting a huge precedent especially this year with five and what they do with his four at its launch like huge huge important game. I don't think sacking was like the number one selling game february But like i honestly this list. I have no idea how or why that was like a hot month. In video games like some of the other releases. Bullet storm came out of the original release of bullet storm. People can fly game where you can do for violent people killed on three came out. And that's why that's why that one you everybody loves kills them. Three mario sports mix which is like arguably the worst sports mario game. Yeah i don't know exactly what was going on in february. I can tell you though that little be planning to came out in january of two thousand eleven literal keeping the only retail physical copy game for review. I have ever gotten my silence so okay. That's an interesting one. The one they out for you. Yeah that was a weird. But i was stoked. All numbers are insane right now for everything this month and it's like well you know the pandemic continues to do let alone new consoles and fueled thing fueled hunger for new games and things like that year year to date spending totaled nine point three billion dollars thirty nine percent higher than the same period in twenty twenty intend to switch was the best selling hardware platform in both units in february unit dollar sales of nintendo switch hardware in february where the highest for any hardware platform ineffectually months since the nintendo we in february two thousand nine total lifetime dollar sales switch hardware now exceed the nintendo ds making switches nintendo's second bestselling platform in tracked history nintendo. We ranks first which is currently yes telling hardware platform of lifetime. Us dollar sales. That's like a big deal. The this is insane and the switches selling better in its fourth year than the switch the was selling in its third year which was arguably heyday. Right after coming. Off of mario galaxy going into You know. Mario gal not skyward sword yet but like mario galaxy to is on the horizon stuff. Like that. Like is a huge deal. It's crazy insane. You think it's going to outpace that you think is going to be the way for sure. I think there's no doubt especially of nintendo's gonna put out revise hardware this year. One hundred percent if screen and we all buy it again. I'm going to buy it like we're all going to be there. And and you know what no regrets wild to on that Rumored better switch. You know what i'm saying. Yeah exactly you meet better frame rate. And i will take whatever you. I'll pay three hundred four hundred. What do you want. What do you want intendo pay. We should see to what a monster hunter is us to such an audience for that again a portable one ready to go and we'll continue those playstation five ranked as the second best selling hardware platform in february and bold unit in dollar sales playstation. Five is currently the fastest selling hardware platform in us history these total dollar sales after four months in the market of course insane and if they could just have more on the shelves they'd be selling better. It's possible that playstation five would be number one. If in a perfect world there was infinite stock of it but like it's that is the weird advantage. Nintendo has right now. They're not letting up on it. Which is very interesting in terms of the top ten here. A super mario three d world plus bows fury debate. Debuts is the best selling game february the title also ranks as the second best selling game of two thousand twenty one year to date despite the lack of digital sales tracking for nintendo published titles. So remember they're saying if you didn't by digitally doesn't count here. It's still kicking acts. And i bought a digitally. So i didn't count there and it's still kicking us. Little nightmares to launched as the sixth best selling game of february little nightmares two ranked as the fifth best selling game on xbox platforms while policing ten playstation namco bandai jumped on the abandoned. Sorry jumped on this and said in less than a month after its release little nightmares to is reached more than one million units. Sold making it. The first title developed by bandai namco your entertainment europe to do so in this timeframe also means that the little nightmares franchise has now reached over five million players a very important milestone for this western lead franchise super cool super cool for them and you can now see why we've talked about it multiple times in this. Where when yeah. We can't do. It will nightmares anymore because we bought and namco has that ban dynamic. Oh so quick to put out. We wish them well. There will be a little more little nightmares. We will continue to make little nightmares of somebody else. Don't worry about it. Yeah your top over overall for the month february. Looks like this number. One in new super mario three d world. They talked about number to call of duty. Black ops cold war number three persona five strikers. Yeah baby he'll love it persona five royal best game period for royal best game persona five strikers very fun and i am very with eight that it's given any of the game of the year. It's like i've only played two games. Two games this year. That have come out this year and like i really like like even with the two games i've played i couldn't even confidently tell you it's my game of the year so far it's not just a musso game so it's cool number. Four spider man. Miles morales number. Five madden nfl. Twenty-one number six as we said little nightmares to number seven ask greenville holland number. Eight mario kart eight the lex number nine eight crossing new horizons number ten call of duty modern warfare and then also was excited. Talk about empty and then mathis awesome since you this. What just tell us send you on twitter. He said A detailed breakdown of the the more specific spending but like another. It's worth noting like everything is up game hardware accessories. I like the dual sense. Controller was like the best selling controller. Everything is all numbers are going up. Which is a big deal like accessories like the video. Game market to the point is like very much thriving in a way that it has an in february for a long time which it makes a lot of sense. Considering people are trying to get a playstation five by sitting on wait lists that are comparable to like vaccine waste weightless so yes it makes sense to more stories. But they'll both be summed up really quickly number seven outriders confirmed that their next patches gonna give the way to turn off the motion blur you can. Toggle motion blur also have improvements. I'm reading from gamespot improvements to match making on a whole bunch of other stuff but more than anything. That motion blur everybody hated. They're working on getting rid of and then number eight no college football until two thousand twenty three. This is eric van allen gamesindustrybiz who says a new report says that e as college football revival won't be arriving until a few years from now while heartbreaking to me of course somebody's looking forward to this game also completely what i expect when they announced that football was back and they were like. We're just starting work. You like eight hundred this year probably next year so even twenty twenty. Three i think is the best case scenario bossy. Let it cook. Take your time alex. I'm excited to throw the old pigskin back at memorial stadium there in columbia missouri. When i can. But that's still so far away. If i wanted something more immediate say what came to the mom and pop shops. Where would i go. You would go to the official list of upcoming software across each and every platform as listed by the kind of funny games daily show each and every weekday do to to to out today journey of the broke broken journey of the broken circle playstation four xbox one dead age to on heaven sun xbox one said. Where's my father. Xbox one pascal's wager definitive edition. Pc crash bandicoot four time playstation five and the xbox series slash est- soco soco dice switch pink man plus on switch blood routes on serum ultimate on explorer of your interest on pbs detail. New dates for ya borderlands. Threes director cut has been delayed until april eighth because the storms in texas that Through everything off and then dying light to has development update coming next week next wednesday. They're going to do a presentation they were talking about. So that'll be we'll have to wait and see it sends so grim a grim way for a game that keeps going through so much trouble. Just like we're gonna do something next week. We hope you're excited. And am i. should i be what are you going to say. The parallels between dine light to and dead island two are very unfortunate. And very yeah. It's a bummer. You're wrong ladies. Gentlemen we ask you if you're watching. Tv such kind of funny games. We ask dot com slash wrong and tell us what we screw up as we screw it up. Guess what outs perfect show. No reason here. Anything nailed it. I didn't have access to the google doc. Anyway so i'll take it. That's what you get. Yeah you know what i mean. Don't worry about worry about what's happening with the berkshire. Everybody crank watch ago. I don't i guess the perfect home run. That doesn't make much sense. I think i think what the way worked in my brain was. Oh it's a perfect show like a perfect game in baseball. But then i went. I looked at the home. run way. No perfect game though scoring happens if a game is like no one even makes a hit off of the pitch blue. The blue doesn't Ladies gentlemen of course it's kind of funny games as your each and every weekday it is friday however which means we get a weekend wanna know what next week looks like. Let me tell you monday. It's going to be blessing in game. Informer's liana rupert tuesday. It's going to be mean. Gary widow wednesday. It's going to be blessing eighty thursday. It's going to be a blessing in paris. Worth noting thursday's episode will be later. It'll be hour behind. Probably because we're doing the reacts to the square inex- presents thing and seeing what's up with life is strange and then friday. It's me and blessing to close out the week. I say though um sunday everybody just you know for me to you. Look out for you. Everyone in applicable areas. You're gonna lose an hour asleep so you got to really think about it and you know maybe don't crunch on those doritos as hard saturday and then the three. Don't forget saturday night we are. The playoffs began. It's kinda funny. While ace's versus zappers games are probably around six thirty. We'll be playing such kind of funny games if we win. Don't even worry about the our sleep. Say if the entire night party you know maybe if we lose we never speak of the again all right if you win. We're gonna play destiny all night. We're gonna run the deep zone crypt raid. I'm not gonna lock you into this great dote. You don't have raid ready. I'm you're thinking that if we win turn destiny with you that maybe. Hey you wanna play destiny. Saturday night. I will always be down. Download i'll start started downloads. I'm ready de. Ucf ps four k on five. It's gonna be a slap on the backbone. I'll download it now. Download keenum arts three. We gotta go to post show on patriots dot com slash kind of funny games of course Before we do that where can people keep up with you. If you wanna fall knee personally you can follow me at l. fighter on twitter and everywhere If you want to add me or whatever if you want to follow rational passions and hear more of what they do at rational pod is kind of like the general handle We do a lot of stuff. So i'm just gonna run through real quick. I'm on monthly nintendo. Show with my burgess. We talk about every month We're gonna be recording new episode soon. with white we're gonna be talking about brearley default to I do every the beginning of every month with scott whites his biweekly show. Rpg university we take a look at all the coming out every month and then every other saturday released on. Tuesday is the passions. Podcasts been going on for almost eleven years in july it will be eleven years It is very casual. Chill scott and tony or chill dudes. We just hang out and talk about video games. Talk about we've been playing. Sometimes we talk about some headlines and some news if their stuff we want to talk about. We are by weekly every other week right now just because of my health and my recovery process for some personal stuff but you know in the future like in the past we might be weekly again so check it out. Sounds good as you know. We've got to do over on patriot dot com slash. Kinda funny games but of course you can watch live twitch that kind of funny games you watch later you've dot com slash kinda funny games. You can listen to podcasts around the globe. No matter where you get the show thank you very much for listening being a part of it. 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Wednesday, April 17, 2019

Westwood One Daily News Flash Briefing

08:21 min | 2 years ago

Wednesday, April 17, 2019

"From Washington DC. This is Westwood One daily news for April seventeenth twenty nineteen. I'm John trout. No collusion. No obstruction. President Trump tweeted those phrases again yesterday looking ahead to tomorrow's release of a redacted version of special counsel, Robert Muller's final report, and is Trump awaits vindication. Bob Costantini points out. The president is facing a legal fight over congressional requests to see his tax returns. Congress has no constitutional authority to act like a junior varsity IRS attorney William console rights to the tax collecting agencies council. President Trump is hired lures to represent him personally in House Ways and means committee chairman Richard Neal's twice delivered request to see Mr. Trump's last six tax returns. He maintains he can't make them public because he's being audited in an interview Monday night with cast teepee television in the twin cities, President Trump was asked about Minnesota Senator he me club with you. Dr Who just released ten years of her tax returns as part of her presidential bid. He seems like a very nice person. I don't know her as far as taxes as soon as I do they audit. You know, they've been doing it. Order to me for a long time, different audits. I have a big company very big lawyers for anybody in the midst of an audit would not give tax returns related and unrelated in some ways to what the Muller reports will bring Thursday morning, White House counsel pets, Bologne is staffing up. Six. New lawyers are being brought into the counsel's office presumably to deal with a host of new and anticipated lines of inquiry into the Trump presidency by House Democrats. The expectation is the molar report will lead to probe into potentially grey areas of legality regarding Russia inside shoes Muller did not fully investigate the president's legal team is prepared with lengthy rebuttals. But he tells ks teepee he's confident they won't be needed based on an attorney general William bars. Synopsis. Well, that is a total. Fonet don't have to say that I've been just take a look at the conclusion, they just take any any aspect of that report. I hope it does come out because there was no collusion whatsoever. No collusion. There was no obstruction because that was ruled by the attorney general Democrats have been doing their best to not accept bars conclusions as the final word. Bob Costantini, Washington. Correspondent Sierra Crawford reports. President Trump has issued the second veto of his presidency calling unnecessary in dangerous attempt to weaken his constitutional authority presidential rebuked congress for the second time this year bus stop a resolution that would have cut all US military support for the Saudi led war in Yemen. The veto was expected as was seen as a rejection of Trump's Middle East policies. House speaker Nancy Pelosi among the lawmakers disappointed employing the president to quote, put piece before politics. Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders who authorized the Senate version says the people of Yemen need humanitarian help. Net more bombs. Sierra Crawford Washington. Nearly one billion dollars has already poured in from ordinary worshippers and high powered magnates from around the world to restore Notre Dame cathedral after the massive fire. Our Jim Roope has been following the story president Mitterrand speaking, not just to the French people. But to the world pledged. Tom even more beautiful than thought. Sunday's must be done in five years. We can on. That's quite a bold and aggressive pledge forty year. Meghan rupe? My daughter who's lived and worked in Paris for more than five years now and lives near the federal says the estimates reported in the local newspapers on local television news suggests it'll take much longer decades the shortest time line. She heard as the day went on in Paris, maybe ten to fifteen years, and this makes sense because in that same speech Macron also said. Let's be. Today says the estimated time line is the second shock wave to hit Parisians the first the fire itself. Of course, the second not so much the time line. But with a timeline means one friend me it'll be a different time for my children. Now, the whole skyline of parents is gonna look different for quite a while skyline. That was for more than eight hundred years is changed maybe four decades. So what does this mean for Macron if within five years the cathedral's nut restored Vega says it's hard to say given the political troubles? Their president has had. In and out of these things that have been happening over fourteen fifteen weeks, June is French for yellow vest, the yellow vest protests that started out over an increase in gas prices in his grown into an entire movement of people criticizing macaroni for being out of touch with the poor and middle class. And actually last night. He was supposed to address the kitchen of here. And then he had to move it. Because of noted on the Toivo incident does his presence and his words have a positive impact on his tremendous political career. He rotated as politically correct anything, particularly moved by it. But they weren't unhappy with it just thought that that was the correct response to what was going on in that they port that respond as a filing of this report. There had been no update on his approval rating. But the local press is reporting. What Megan did just told us? It may take the fulfillment of the promise to rebuild. Notre Dom within five years to endear macaroni to all the citizens of France. I'm Jim Roope. New York officials are trying to contain what could become an out of control. Public health crisis. Those infected with measles face, new restrictions and potential fines. Steve Kastenbaum, New York with more despite a significant increase in the number of people being vaccinated for measles over the past few weeks, public health officials say they haven't seen a slowing of the measles outbreak in New York's Rockland county, we have one hundred eighty six cases of confirmed measles in Rockland county with many more that are unreported at this time that's county health Commissioner, Dr Patricia Schnabel Ruppert. Individuals are required to cooperate with Rothen county department of health public health. Authorities by providing information regarding details of one's illness exposures and contexts county executive Ed day said they have to take further action. This is twenty ninth week fighting the meals outbreak here in Rockland, the longest lasting current outbreak. And he had tire nation. So they've issued a new order that impacts adults and children who have confirmed cases of measles and anyone who has come into contact with them. This exclude to the individual who has the measles to remain home until no longer infectious. It also requires those exposed to measles to excluded from indoor and outdoor places of public assembly. Located in Rockland county for a specified period of time from the date of the order if they violate the order and show up anywhere that the public gathers. They'll be subject to a fine of two thousand dollars for each incident despite our best efforts. This outbreak is not going away. If anything is now celebrating much as we feared we have seen. Thirty three new cases, we declared on now nullified state of emergency three weeks ago county exact day said they're particularly concerned about the spread of the disease because of the upcoming Easter and Passover holidays. The outbreak in Rockland is mostly centered around and ultra orthodox Jewish community. Steve Kastenbaum, New York. A consumer research investigation finds tech products from unknown online sellers are getting a big boost Trump fake product. Views. Correspondent Jan Johnson. Reports are frequent online shoppers. It's not a surprise searching for anything from headphones to phone cables. Unrecognized brands pop up with stunning five star reviews, but the British group called which as in w h h says, many of those product reviews appear to be bogus and they're pumping. Those brands straight to the top of your search Amazon is put into place a system where verified purchasers are flagged with a stamp of approval. But which urges vigilance checking for timing like pop ups on a first day of listing or repeats for vastly different products. I'm Jan Johnson. Westwood One daily news for April seventeenth twenty nineteen. I'm John trout.

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69: The Press Conference | Rest Day 2 | Giro d'Italia 2021

The Cycling Podcast

55:25 min | 2 months ago

69: The Press Conference | Rest Day 2 | Giro d'Italia 2021

"You're listening to geeta ganda the cycling podcast and twenty twenty one d'italia howard by super sapiens energy management for committed athletes and coaches s. She where are we donyell. We are in cannot say where we were last night. We're in the the the alps. No they approve of the so. Yes we are announced richard And we all turn round. This doesn't really work on audio and but we will. We will be family a video hair which hopefully capture some of this view. You can see all musc- lamont mulata highest mountain in the demise which i think spoke about. Yesterday i didn't video today. Three thousand three hundred and forty three meters. You're doing your best work on video these days but the playoffs listening in snow setup up there yup as unusual as i've been speaking to the lady hotel francesca introduction. The we heard last night. She was talking about how well everything's been delayed. She probably because of the pandemic but it's a little bit a funny period in this area because it's between the ski season in the summer seasons. Some tours is big in this region. And there's a little bit of a lo before june often. I've never really noticed that before. I must say when when of being in this area on the the zoe's is always been a bit a carnival atmosphere. Not so much this year we feel. Would the only people in town well. It should be said that. The south is resplendent in pink. There's an awful lot of effort been made the stage starts here tomorrow of course and as opposed to having the r- the rest here because most of the teams are here today. Mesa makes the footprint of the jiro. Big are everywhere you look. There's painting their balloons our banners. Everything you're saying drove through the time. Daniela the jira was better at this than the third of france and in terms of the obviously get times on fact you get lots of decorations and so on. It almost looks like official branding. And i thought well before haven't we. The chiro has a strong visual identity than the tour de france and for a variety of reasons One of them is the color pink which spiking him out at length in the paw. I think another one is just a calf for a fix. The jaren hasn't not in the jira but people in italy have in general. It's a shame francois's note here. i think it is. It is definitely true. Speaking to a colleague was someone who works for us he s who is while he's job every day to get starts ready i was remarking on how beautiful starts have been extraordinarily beautiful. I mean particularly the ones in maldonado van cheetah and jiro has taken the starts right into the central piazza. Which i think we've already mentioned it in the cost on this year on the toll possibly do for logistical reasons but acecomm easy for jarrow either to get a lot of ducks in a row in order to be able to do that but they do seem to and it reflects i think the cab a half for the aesthetics and they have this brown tag now the most beautiful hottest race in the most beautiful place and they do honor that i would have to say. There's a lovely so field this place even even thrown as many people's it might might have liked to have you spent your arrested. I knew well. I ran up so we look at the mola. I ran up the opposite side to the paso fed. I sort of beside the marmolada. I didn't run to the top. I run into about two thousand. You need crampons. We're staying about sixteen hundred meters above sea level iran to about two thousand and it was beautiful up that silence and the weather was not as nice as as now i mean. Now we've got beautiful brilliant sunshine as these. The dolomites are listening like diamonds but the weather is certainly well. It was even this morning much better than yesterday wearing quite lively terrace bar and so if if there's some music leaking into james blunt vibes not playing at the moment. There's bound in the course of the next half and hour is bound to be james. Possibly hopefully not some maroon five was something that i think. They'll they'll pump it up for that as well. I'm hope no hope you can hear us. perfectly well and you've done done a laundry room as well just in jenny savia. I'm just johnny savvy for his slew. Stroll were comparing notes on them. How many steps. We doing Johnny out free daily jokes and his war steps. You and janis bit of a free spirit when it comes to counting steps. He doesn't count his. He was asking me well. How old was now and then he. He was quizzing. May on whether i knew exactly when he was born and i did i got a one thousand nine hundred seventy eight. Nineteen seventy team had arrived in nineteen ninety while well nice nine hundred forty eighth. Shall we go first question. This is our press commerce episode. of course we've got one of your questions. Tonight is going to be answered by james knox. Another one by rob hatch from the tally. But let's get to our first one now. This is you and rennie lou. Richard daniel union wasteful than here for ended the podcast. It's been touched on already in your coverage of the judicial after caleb ewan Clearly no intention of a finish. Today's by seed On monday a week after Supposedly fatigue For years but personally it doesn't sit with me very low that he can end or what is effectively. Second biggest race of the year including two relatively minor recent states. Do you think it made any difference. Raiders were prohibited from rating in other races dropping Finished just felt. Thanks for your coverage. Keep up the good work. Feis very much you and love to hear scottish accent. Abune dropping out. We talked about that last week. And tim earlier the and then winning race sweet and so. It's not a great luke especially when he claimed injury you and suggested that there should be some kind of rule for basis. Well there is a rule. Ucr regulations two point six point zero to six reads a dropping out of the race. Main stage races may not compete in any other cycling events for the duration of the stage race that he abandoned on pain of a fifteen day suspension and a fine of two hundred two thousand swiss francs off the consulting the event directors and the president of the komi says panel the uci may however grant exceptions at the request of a writer and with the agreement of his sports director. This has happened before On we can only assume that this is what did happen in this case. There's no information given on you know the conditions that need to be present for an exception exemption to be granted partly thinks that there should be some sort of threshold in terms of when you dropout from the stage race. I can understand that if a guy gets ill on the first day of a stage race or in the first three or four days and then almost three weeks later wants to compete again. Then you know. If he's up to me i'd be more inclined to groton exemption but tim me. What right up until was off. The rest of rich mayor dropped on the last state citing fatigue. I'm not sure if he did say an injury just fatigue but yeah no. It's not no. It's not. And i can also imagine the further. Extenuating circumstance might be if the rights that they went onto competing was of particular importance particular prestige to the team. In question writer. In question you know not no disrespect. Ronde van limburg. But it's not you know the world championship road race or anything of that. 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Enjoy the rest of the year own. Thanks question hello. This is christopher sooner friend of the podcast calling from seattle washington in the usa. I have two questions. I it occurred to me as i was racing are juror last year. One of the few things. We've not seen grand tour is a downhill time trial or at least a time. Trial with significant descending opponent perhaps a major mountain climb and then descend. What do you think about this idea. And could we see it in the years to come. Given the increasing awareness of descending as erasing skill second with inclement weather increasingly affecting the key stages the jiro. What do you think about pushing each grand tour back two to four weeks in order to potentially improve conditions. Who could have a made june. Jiro a july-august tour and a september october wealth of for example. Thank you very much. I appreciate all your hard work than the grand tours and the rest of the year. Well thanks for your two questions. Christopher downhill time trial will was one of the one thousand nine hundred. Seven wasn't the jiro. Daniel the project who is one. One could argue if it was one last year in palermo hill. Yeah it was wasn't it. Going downhill was a big part of. It made more dangerous by the wind. Of course what do we think of as a concept is it. Something that should feature more christopher's right. The descending has become a far more important component in a in a bike race. We didn't have pictures yesterday. But we understand the bernal descended more cautiously than those behind him and not my account for the the relatively small gap at the finish line. Just twenty seven seconds. He finished ahead of bar day. Who's a pre famously skilful. Sender is definitely par put together. A winning grunter isn't it was fraught with the question. The issue of danger. And if you remember. But in. Two thousand. Seventeen i i must have. I'd completely forgotten about this and pirelli. Time manufacturer is teamed. Up with all cs the organizers of geo and they were going to introduce our best the competition through a ten cents had been earmarked for this was prize. Money up for grabs five thousand euros was going to be for the winner and it never happened because the ride is association was opposed to it and there was a little pressure exerted on pirelli in and within a matter of days from the announcement it was it was dropped. This isn't this wasn't the only time that the has been a price for the best in a pro race in in pioneers in the sixties lucia. I'm all who won the tour de france in nineteen sixty six. He was a great descend. He told me a few years ago. He remembered that one year prior pyrenees that was price for the descent of the mo- farro above too long on the prize was a pair of skis. There was a sponsor that was also ski manufacturer. So it's not new. And then we've also had for example and policy time jira winner He was noted he was renowned as the best as the best defender in the polls on in two thousand. Six red bull contacted him to take part in some kind of mountain time. Trial against steve. Peat the mountain bica downhill mountain. Biking is very popular branch of sport. It's not shift fantastic spectator sport. But i guess the the different series that developed in parallel with cross country mountain biking. It wasn't it wasn't added is dangerous. The right it's very well protected very well padded and so on and i guess we this across our discussion last night by cycling professional. Cycling is becoming more risk averse and more is becoming more. It's morphing from as you said. In an endurance sport in performance for while the downhill performance is a major part of winning a grand tour. The organizers possibly reluctant to recognize that to to be seen to be encouraging the writers to take risks because if there was a competition for the fastest out aura. Danehill time-trial on. There was a terrible accident on. Well the organizers would get law flack for that we saw the opponent lost you. Didn't we the. The tow poll noises had been trumpeting boasting about the fact that they staged the fastest finished anywhere in the world tour anywhere in cycling in. What was it a category two on what happened last year. While dylan greenwich vagan. Had a while he. He calls the terrible crash february jakobsen. The any came back to racing a couple of months. that was obviously while the the blame for that. To a large extent was put out the door of the tour poland organizer daniel christopher's other question about inclement weather. Some you were talking about only today pushing the grand tours back two to three weeks we know after last year the the grunter thor's can be moved. They're not set in stone. It makes sense in particular for the jiro to be held a couple of weeks later. Yeah i think so and maybe this is one legacy of the pandemic last year. We saw what was possible at different completely different times of the year. I mean they weren't move just a few weeks. The vuelta was absolutely feasible. And you know very watchable enjoyable in october november so moving back which incidentally used to finish more towards the middle of june. It's only been quite recently. It's been entirely in may to me. It would make sense to move. The jerry backing also moved back. If you made the tour de france one or two weeks it would still be in the middle of the summer holidays. That's not an issue. I don't really see any reason not to do that. And these are the only races in the season the a in grave danger of losing losing stages losing mountains because of adverse weather because these the races Go regularly above two thousand meters apart from switzerland. 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This one is from toby. Hopkins tabby hopkins here. Friend of the podcast. I'm listening to kilometers zero today and heard daniel interviewing mateo fibro asking him about freely. Mateo responded with astonishment dent. You now i'm about to ride out that zone cologne. He seemed to be saying. He responded with what seemed increasing in credulity as daniel continued in his whimsical. Way to ask back to freely and The people that while. I think daniel got away with that into you but i'm wondering if you this. Journalists of ever regretted any of the questions that vast to riders or others in the site king weld well daniel north asking questions of writers. The that's pretty much a an everyday occurrence. The always think of things that you should've asked about. Have you ever regretted asking a question things. Move much come me to regret the way in which charles questions and these things are often. They often hinge. On the way you phrased questions your body language in there are certain people that have varying attuned to sensitive to the words was one person in particular i'm thinking of. I've managed to ask the wrong question. Mark komo's on numerous occasions. You know who i'm thinking of. I'm neither few candidates really. Yeah there but yeah. That is a common one but in terms of sleep regretting asking questions. Yes there have been some. I mean wool mistake mistake. I'm not even sure wasn't mistake by recently taken bodily poring over going back over doping scandals of the past and when reid is have admitted fifteen twenty thirty years ago sometimes i couldn't make the assumption with now out in the open very willing to talk about it and also take ownership all and responsibility for what happened and sometimes that's not the case. There have been staged orchestrated official. Formal confessions admissions but which have not been followed by a sort of a cathartic you know willingness to talk about the into revisit. Whatever it was they said at the time. And i've i've done that a few times sickly reuters who did rice in like ninety s. Who have gone on the record to say they. Don't they did use epo. That hasn't necessarily meant they've wanted to as i say to while on and and sometimes i've been under that mistaken impression. The right i'm thinking i was mark. Cavendish i mean i. I've on many occasions managed. I mean you say. I mean we all upset him but i didn't even ask the wrong question to ask the question the way. He's very attuned to looking for of land. Mines where there where there aren't necessarily any you know he. He thinks he claims a seems to me. He's been looking for the trip wire. Even when i haven't actually placed trip wire the example. This six in my mind was duesseldorf in two thousand seventeen. Franz he was writing out race having been suffering from illness and it was indeed whether he would ride and he was there and he wrote a decent time try went him soon as he finished and he was really good for me was really chipped. He was happy to be there over the course of a four minute. Three mathie envy. He went from being bright eyed. So you have on people to really annoyed an angry. I don't really know higher. But you know about beat date yet. Really speed the he just he perceived ally of line of questioning for me. The just wasn't there. You know the the questions. He hates her. Have you got a point to prove or do you think when he when it gets onto the topic of what others might think of him gets quite quite angry doesn't they not. It's not a question i regretted. And maybe year seletar his his team boss doug rider and we didn't in the end of three and a question mark cavendish the future and doug rider didn't didn't like that question. A told it was it was a it was a legitimate question about. Didn't like it any other stagno any others in the hall of shame possibly liable my slightly to upset people. Get people get riders in particular impressions. I think sometimes we're guilty of matter-of-factness about what they've just done. What just happened on the road. Sometimes you know they've gone through five hours or six hours of abject suffering and we're a bit like you were talking yesterday about how we always see the rice through the prism of the leader on. Where is the leader on. For example yesterday one analysis e education did would be that it failed because now still won the stage but if you look. They eliminated time h from the from the rice. ucar on the podium. Yeah eliminate and they put some year two minutes And that was a huge win for them but it takes a little bit of reflection. If i was asking you coffee or asking the friday off the yesterday stage on might have lapsed into that. Same as i say that kind of blase only seeing the race in terms of who's going to win it and how they're doing in relation to but now whereas actually yesterday was a big gain for them. Charlie we is funny. 'cause we spoke to him after the microphone was often quite relax. He did take exception to the question about whether it was a statement. I was meaning not for their team. So much is for hugh carthy himself. Who is still in the developing phase as a as a g c right even though he finished on the podium while he's still in development i would say he still is still new for him to lead a team race like this. So that's kind of what meant. But i could tell charlie mcgillis didn't really like that question especially if things say about the way we phrase questions at body language and you know when we're interacting with these guys is we're always on a certain level. We're always oh. Should we have to always think about the next interaction you know. In a lot of cases we need to speak these writers on a regular basis. And and which is not to say you should shy away from you know asking questions which they won't like but you have to be very conscious of there's a subtle art of not obsessing people unnecessarily i mean sometimes you upset people fall for really banal things that the reader the listener. It doesn't get any more from you annoying someone and it's just eight tons on like i say you've chosen the wrong. I chosen the wrong phraseology for question. And no one really winston but as we have our goto guys because there are people who are just better giving interviews a more open and unless am more straightforward. And i think the the the is there one hundred and eight. Theod writers in the race we. We're not necessarily seeking. I the the big stars all the time. I'm in a couple of very achey. And she's a match pederson for example before an interview with him at piney suffers. Told matt doesn't like being the same questions he's been i've already but i've not asked them previously and i don't know what it'd be nice previously so it's very hard to know what questions remember listening to when you save the interview and the recording issue. I remember listening to. And i heard your question because i'd seen how he'd react. It's not precise question with other. Johnny's not know about sprinting sprinting. Yeah what was coming. I wear a knew what was coming. I was yeah. I'm he'd be not salat by mattia. Vander poet la. I didn't like being a sprinter. And so i'll just know interview match pederson again and i hope i don't have to. It'll be no great loss to me. Or the podcast. Dan walker from canada much as i enjoy the extensive coverage of the finish line crowd. It would be interesting to know if the inability to cover the race under extreme weather conditions as an inherent limitation of the existing technology. Thank you thanks for your question. Don and what we thought we that this went over to raub hot. Choose commentating of course for your sport g cnn here at the he knows of course how. These races are covered and the limitations of the existing technology technologies. You put it. So here's rob hello everybody. I'm sure you're absolutely sick to the back. Teeth of my voice by this stage of the d'italia so i will try to make this as quick as possible. Now how do we put races on tallied. Tv companies have to buy the rights to show the race. I they do that by contacting agency that sells them on behalf of the race organiser. So in this case aussie sport who is the jittered italia on the day of the race. A host broadcaster usually a company based in the country weather races held films and produces the images and with the help of agency they then distribute that signal to tv channels around the world so to use example at this judicial rai. The italian national television is the host broadcaster. They film it and your sports by the rights receive the signal and we get the race pictures the commentators then at our voices to what we see on the screen it sent to you. Televisions tablets computers and phones. That's the basic process. Now how is it exactly filmed and transmitted or we could be here all day but is a really brief summary depending on geography race length local laws and rules. The process can vary but they sick requirements a cameras that can travel with the race of large distance so two hundred kilometers for example and you need motorbikes for that you need to have a close view you also need to have helicopters that give you a large view things on the air so we see group splitting and the panorama the countryside things like that. There's fixed camera positions that the finish line for the motor. Bikes are usually directed away for safety reasons. Now the helicopters and the motorbikes also serve another purpose and this is where things have gone wrong certainly in the last stage before the rest day they transmit signals and allow. What's being recorded on the cameras on the bikes to reach the television director. And the producers who sitting at the finish line truck the finish line they then cut it up and that tells us the whole story of the race on a tv broadcast so using radio signals. The motorbikes transmit the pictures they record to the helicopters at at least one aeroplane that usually flying in circles high above. They both then relay that signal back to that. Production took at the finish line and the tv directors usually sat there seeing the pitchers turning them into a story and sending them out now on occasions. The weather's too bad for the helicopters to fly safely on on a very rare occasion depending on what's happening with space weather or the certification of the plane to operate in certain weather conditions at altitudes and things like that that too can be granted at the airport. And that's when we issues with television pictures as this now will ray to relay what filmed on the motorbikes. Back to the tv production had just said and to make it onto. Tally cost to do that. They have to send it to satellite. But that's not exactly what's gone wrong in the last few days. It's been no problem with satellite connections or anything like that with the advent of four g mobile data transmission to mobile phone. And you'll see four g somebody balls of signal things like that. Used to be three g until a few years ago. Didn't it but the forty technologies a lot faster allows data to be transmitted quicker. That's what the organizers tried to on the last stage they tried to use that four g mobile data transmission to transmit back to the truck and again charter. Put the story together even if we couldn't have helicopter shots and things like that. The problem of course in that instance is that you get a lack of four g coverage in many areas where we have laces so remote areas in the mountains signals. We know can be very patchy now looking ahead to the future the advent of five g. It's on its way could really revolutionize coverage and even cut costs as you can imagine preaching a bike race for television is extremely expensive. It's much more than a football match. For example where all the cameras are fixed and invite racing if we could have five g transmitting data a lot quicker than it may cut out the need on certain places for helicopters and planes. What have you but unfortunately those rules regarding flight being able to take off safety of planes on much more important much. Bigger than the race organizers the television companies. And and i'm afraid that is what seems gone wrong in the last few days about makes it a little clearer for you. Know it's not too easy to understand and it's an extremely complicated business guys nikki from london. My question is about the role of general manager and to anyone. They are accountable. Because it gets me that you never seem to see cycling teams general manager sect how badly the team performing on like in football is named managerial merry-go-round. There's never any room is about general manager. John being under pressure after report difference there are never any calls to bring in a cycling. Big sam to save the season at the vuelta. And i wonder why that is. I think i'm right in saying that. The general managers on the t-bone but nevertheless many seems have been in position for years or even decades most to completely synonymous with their team. So should it's impossible to imagine for example in outbreaks fiddle quickstep without the favor or f- without voters in fact when dave browser came to pressure after richard freeman tribunal. It was stated that if he left there would be so. My question is how unto who team general managers accountable. If they do they get sucked. Thanks to your question nick. The rule of general manager. To whom are they accountable. Is cycling equivalent of big some coming in to save a team facing allegations allegation So it's a good point is kind of historic thing in a way. Isn't it because In the past the the general manager which used to just be the director sportifs was also the guy had brought in the sponsor in along with ice the case silicate for most teams. What happens is a holding company. And what's called a holding company in the ucr regulations and that is the team that is all the fixed assets not the teams in the second half that many fixed assets but the ceo of that of that company is guy who looks responses and then the sponsors really beholden to that ceo. What sponsors do they write a check for a certain amount of money and the see the check. Do you think still or our maybe for the the owner of that holding company is then liberty in most cases to run the team as he sees fit so he is if you like the monarch and the head of government understand but he's not going to sack himself. The what has emerged over. The last few years well have been a few different structures in teams as cycling. Has bigger enough. The budgets get bigger and as may be seen as a bit of a could potentially one day become a bit of cash cow there have been some slightly different structures emerge now in some teams the reason more of a technical manager And we've seen this for example like tinkle of in two thousand thirteen. There was this merger with beyond beyond race with someone who had a recycling. The where this this dynamic. I'm talking about that was in place. He got money from a sponsor and then he ran the team. I see so fair but he was in a bit of trouble in two thousand thirteen tink of k. Mean the sponsor recycling we still running the team but of then decided he was going to take over. the team. Owner of the team was on recycling beyond rates. It was tink of but beyond restate on board as part of that deal as the technical manager. A short while later oleg tink of decided it wasn't happy with what beyond the reach was doing in that row. Any did socking but not as rare as are some teams. Now whether it's more of a technical manager. Roy ailing with his to extend any also become not since he's return profile. Bugs fulfilled position for a couple of teams. I would say but in the majority of cases the sort of tala the the the overload is the manager. And as i say. I mean turkey's aren't gonna vote for christmas. He's not gonna. he's accountable to himself in most of well. All of the staff have contracts with him not with the sponsor. I suppose you could expand the question to take him as well as a very low. There's a high turnover of diaz is really. I mean you look around. The teams have had the same gases for many many years. And they are. The people charged executing tactics. I mean there are some web. Dsm have gone through a few sports directors over the years. But you know team. Many for example children's been team from day one matteo's disasters new arrival of china's tends to be in most teams have five or six directors to cover all of the races that they do and the churn tends to happen among direct two three four and five rather than direct to one two and three. There was criticism couple years ago in the movies among writers here but they're still still at large and Their their their heads don't seem to be on the ball in the same way as they are in football. Certainly i mean i think the situation. Football's pretty ridiculous. I'm kind of glad that the same culture doesn't exist in sight. Coit guys my name's phoenix. And i come from reading originally which i mentioned. Because i've enjoyed all your koufax this jira and i actually up around the corner from where at insana used to live when he first moved to the uk butts at the moment. I'm in the middle of brief at teaching gig in lombardy and a small town between bergamo and milan. It's my first time in italy. So i'm learning a lot or attempting to the culture and history etc so all that stuff from the cost has been amazing. Thank you so. I wanted to ask a question about this The first part is wet. Cycling fits in within the sporting pyramid in italy. I know from talking to my students and football is of course number one but where those cycling zip competitive compared to other sports in popularity and exposure and then as the jiro of course transcends this electoral aware those. Jiro a sits within italian culture in the modern day. Kind of space does it. Does it occupy i actually. We'll be in milan next sunday. Don't get to the airport. So i might try and catch the tom trying to come. So maybe see that but otherwise for the good quick and john. Thanks your question felix. I mean you said about this a lot. Daniela but way. It mirrors the tour de france and the fan bases tends to be older. I don't know if i is identical in italy. I think the first thing say rich and something. I've actually been talking about with all you know when we've been in hotels and the people running the house. How and i've spoken to you about this in the cars while when we got into hotels compared to ten fifteen years ago everyone would. Neither gerald's was in town and not only that they would know who's winning. Who might win this year but in particular. I've noticed that there's a vega win the. Jiro is around it somewhere in the region But not too much beyond that. And why is that was partly. Because there's no italian really in contention to win and was never gonna be any italian. When i think is the way the media landscape has evolved now the everyone needs to be in silos and everyone is less exposed to things that are not already interested in people can kind of khun curate that media consumption in such a way that they may be don't they don't see the two minute bulletin on news about the jury talian therefore gain a little bit of awareness about it then they consume that news on youtube or facebook or whatever so i think that's Their fighters but as far as the talent sporting landscape. I mean we often hear when we quite people and people in the fifties and sixties we hear the psyching was even bigger than football or if it was sending second to football. I've been there was a key moment in italy in the second place in the italian. Sporting hierarchies third place if you if you if you assume that football is number one formula one and ferrari's number two third places pretty much always up for grabs and in the ninety s when marco pantani came along for whatever reason people identified a good candidate for for third place. One reason was the multiple is huge in italy and in a motorbike racing motor g p five hundred c. Two hundred fifty sixty that was incredibly lean period. The timing is really didn't win. Anything in the oval little in the nineties mytalk. Gpa now pantani of one is jared tool dublin nineteen ninety eight and then nine thousand nine thousand nine. There was the full from grace. The dramatic fall from grace and that was exactly when valentino rossi appeared and between two thousand and two and two thousand nine six out of eight motor. Gp well titles were. Won by. Valentino rossi. He's very charismatic. The rather italians seen as well and and at the same time. Cycling was being absolutely ravaged by doping scandals that generation of italian riders basso deluca. Simoni got tallying rebellion pantani. All of them. You know in some form or another and many more besides that just a few names they will somehow put under scrutiny on suspicion because diapering also that time two thousand two thousand full schumacher for one five drivers championships in a row. So what happened. Was i think motorsport took place. And then italy is in cycling. Terms has never really recovered partly because stockings become much more global and Italy now country like any other and there's still a lot of professionals are still a lot of staff in teams but tends to winning things that really you know the most successful for the less accessible than slovenia and where cycling currently falls in the in this panorama of interest reflects that i mean i took a gazzetta dello sport Random from last week and the thirty one pages were football five pages where the gr but this was the day before the white road stage a big state and the owned by the company publishes like as ada one pagers motorsport. It was the middle of the week. Two pages basketball does. That does a very good italian player in the nba Daniela galli nadi form page. Athletics page on tennis two pages on the european swimming championships so cycling is very much not rank and file of those sort of the sports and which is not to say you know it can definitely tight that third place again but in order to do so it's going to need a big star because he talion. I mean i don't think they particularly to italy. I mean you be interested to get your thoughts on this rich. But spills coverage is incredibly chauvinistic. I'm patriot patriotic. It hinges so much on on what stars there are and how charismatic those stars are any particular time in a particular sport. Well we always tend to think that it's only our country that's like that but as soon as you expose yourself to other countries you realize that every country is the same and some are worse than others. And italy's probably one of the worst defenders in that respect there is a link between valentino rossi. And this jiro. I discovered when i spoke to joe dombrowski for tomorrow's climate two zero all the stage winners are presented with A quite colorful helmet on the podium. And it's designed by the same helmet designer as designs. Valentino rossi's helmets. I believe you feel that here. I mean there's an awful lot resting on. Ghana's broad shoulders isn't there. There's a real sense that he has invested in him out of proportion with what he could achieve because He's not gonna win at your. I don't think he's going to tell you. Know he's got charisma to that. Cipollini was never going to europe but he was a huge star. So as long as you're the best in your field. I think you can become that vehicle for people. It's interesting what you say about. You know silos m on the one hand. If you're a cycling fund has never been a better time this so much information out there. There's so many ways can and i guess what we might what might be seeing is more generally as fewer more dedicated funds whereas when you go back to the i'm watch the pictures of from that time the whole time i. Everybody owned the jiro. It was something everybody was involved with the conversations that we used to have in hotels. I mean i'm talking ten years ago not long ago but when we would be on the cheer conversations we'll be having with hotel owners would be. How do you think you know deluca is gonna go tomorrow. How do you think science What about hail time yesterday now against small sample size. And this is a generalization. But i've noticed that it's more. Yeah a soldier is highly aware that going today And beyond now no one really has any specialist knowledge and more likely to talk about pantani or someone who you know was rising full years ago and it's not relevant. The still not latent. Appetite there though i think which is very different to the situation. The uk for example where the popularity is almost entirely contingent on there being stars although maybe not it's not the case anymore because there's a whole generation of cyclists grow up on the back of the success and so there might be a a more resilient culture forming in the uk. Italy hasn't dot surge in participation. Partly because of things like traffic terrible dire roads in italy dire in in the context of european compared to spain france. They are awful and that certainly does not help. Ironically win one of the regions now with the roads are like carpet their incredible but yeah the participation has not hard is not undergone the same explosion. Certainly that it that it didn't uk and it's seen is still seen here as an old person sport. Let's hear from leo talbot. Shall we hi metro hill from ireland here that we should use chang who have probably made a positive perfect one downside to such highlighted delivering the pilot on actually does and so. It's actually depressing. When you see the reuters going through letters own rejecting sweet brought result over the role then choking on into drainage ditches on constantly say volunteer waiting through getting every last bit of later. I saw an interesting point. May down martin on an interview saying equals throwaway java. He's training so why would do it. When the racing under safety violently benefit like day way next to nothing you also see the pentagon going through the last letters zone on a flat stage and get half the peleton rejecting when you could say possibly maybe only flavored ten of nikolai minimize to wake much. It will be interesting to get some more reuters input on this matter. Thanks thanks for your question leo. We thought we'd put this one to james. Knox our audio diaries for the current quickstep. He'll get to the question eventually before that will hear his update on his rest easy. Rest day in canas. I not much store. Paul on go in bed breakfast and parts of bed at lynch when by just the bothered option. The bike Maybe would've got little roller on side. It was only like is now book until about two or three pm. It was pretty wet miserable. And even though i think quite a few teams. I'll even go no climbs in the rain. Not sure what to make of it. I don't know if i should taper off to the mall. Shake my head book away. Your different Funny different shoots ideas. What university kind of feeling like my body needs to be arrested not from going to gain anything just jumping on the roles just to hate my life as soon as the on yet. Just not for me. Hard nice breakfast and lunch and things. Nice not to be scoffing. Pasteurize saw cirillo wrote so that was nice caramelized. Eat what you feel like instead of feeling. Sick into mozart's you know becomes a case the this long nra's Not networks on almost finished me time. Hunting plugs sockets does get my perks. It's been awhile since. I've got a hotel record that my Uk adopt to plug in them. I'm not sure what that's all about. Hard one question where listeners us why. Riders discard gel. Rep is all given the way. Nothing is in your pocket psychological thing. I don't if that's like tongue in cheek or just seemed hasn't seen the poi- it is just gel rappers of sticky and horrible. You want took a load of worms. Snails bucky puckett. Would you include hundred. You know got plenty of food and different stuff in there and actually one thing is when you conseco winfrey's hanukkah forget still out pockets let alone sliding ajelle rafa bucket on finding which ones do anything in. Which hasn't the all been said. These green zone seem to be a huge success. And despite even i would complain about the logical way. The ucla brings rules the Something that needs to be done And creighton these green zones in force in them and false in fines. Even though i think the penalty on the ride of the too strict. Bob improper green zones. And why we could see if you're in the bund jets. I mean is quite ridiculous but it shows how much rian. But there's just bomblets there's a wave of rappers flying everywhere and i've been out the backing of the people by the side of the road collecting everything so yeah i think you success before in a race. It was too easy. If you're in like a in the final just on the limit ripa gel squid in for Did still try just to throw a even bins or even you know. Just throw rock gel rapper. A person but obviously that's ridiculous. I don't sure i'd be happy fostered by the side of the road. I'm gonna jail ruppert thrown a but just not so nice in sticky leaking gels in pocket when he arrived for five hours old. The puck the sticking together. And you're trying to put your hands in your pockets. And what not still. Don't think i would have tried to amend the satellite the last fifty k. But throwing bottles spectators. I'll give him ball spectators. I don't even know what he's stunned. Don't know what to do music anymore. Donor for lots of apparently is like an open zone. Is it like k. After you collecting music all the feed zone where you can throw me sets. It's not clear the fines of frankly so ridiculous that no one really wants to give the sign. Uci extra five hundred swiss francs just for their undefeated season. So i hope so taking by the colorado kinds of the green zone the time they thought the race tomorrow heading down towards trento all the way down the valley pretty sure no whole stop. Don't know the climbs with climbs with preto could be a wet one and it could be like you'll be breakaway but yes. The race is opening up pretty well banal obviously cement his position for the second rest. They now where we were locked time. And he's like to in caruso caruso been maybe like the thunder so far came in as a mystique for london and he's he's running incredible race. These really have never aware of remember writing too. I love boat. Yeah you've always been a class out there. There abouts coffee up to now. She almost see up to say trend in northern the to northern lots coughing. Yates both myself a little bit off the pace. That's all right just a northwest contingent in it. Yates kathy christina. Knox none of this we. All yorkshire and yorkshire is the best and none of that No wealth riders. North west bruce riders. Hope i miss anyone on doussi's gone on and wasn't that you got rid of the southern a- By it really and finds a day obviously tired pre lethargic but normal on these days kinda feel like. I need to do something this last week. These last five days goat the road my own head also. Yeah that seems to be honest. It's been restrained to not feel like of been as good as i was in identity emboss book so time to turn it round more good rides. Breakaway whatever come away happy so thanks without james signs like he's had a relaxing restaurant but it sounds like he needed that interesting to get his thoughts on the the the littering question. I i understand what he's saying. It's like picking a banana skin in your pocket. I mean when i put the question to my paraphrase a little bit and so maybe that was an example of me regretting asking the question. A certain way because he didn't like the idea that it was just a psychological thing em empty gel rappers aren't very nice to have a bit sticky and if you can throw them away all the bachelors safely of course knowing that they'll be picked up i'm sure everybody will agree with his assessment of the lettering zones being a great success. Because one thing i've heard is that the convoy goes through afterwards and blows a lot lesser away. Part the idea behind it think one we can applaud daniel. We should sign off because we still got to record our our. We've got a few more questions to answer but we'll do so in enve- log formats. Yes we reach. Just last thing i would like to get your thoughts really interrogate. You lost on what you made of the kannada early. We talk about them in the pod yesterday sort of dumplings the spec in them and and stale bread that made right. Typical of this region often served in broth. What did you think of them. Every lovely yeah in fact one of the questions. We're gonna answer in our in. Our vlog is whether the jiro may go hungry after all. It felt like us are dishing away and i i was. I'm a big fan of dumplings were. I don't wanna use the word. Nice but they were. They were delicious delicious. Yeah and foot. We really are in the since he. Are you want kind of food. That clings here. redstone year. So dumplings in soup was absolutely perfect while rich. Let's go find a beautiful view of lamar tonight. i'm not sure we'll find somewhere here in canada. I'm just reading You know yesterday we mentioned was alexander robertson. One of the one of the great scottish scribes delight he always reached for a scottish. Right of the of the dolomites Another one merrick. Pretty much i. I would call it. One of the first guys to cycling in the dolomite see book could the great motorways of the alps thing. It was in the late nineteenth century. And we're talking about the mama dada the mamma lauda. This is the view. From just above the puerto roy the mama mama dada with her beautiful snowcap and pale blue glassy shield streaming valley. Woods the only sizable sheet of ice in the dolomites lifts into view in east. We've got more or less view. Now i close my eyes listening to that. Danielle plunger then opened. My eyes looked to my right and there is in all her splendor. What a what. A beautiful sight and isn't it poodle. Chiro will be suffering here. See but it's lovely. It's lovely right am. Let's find our spot and then have dinner important will it's more common. Zero tomorrow is called the stage mentors and focuses on some of the surprise states sphere The combs zero is support by super. Sapiens is is our regular cast very much indeed to them and thank you very much. Indeed viewed daniel thank rates.

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#341 - Todo Medo (ft. Estevo Queiroga)

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#341 - Todo Medo (ft. Estevo Queiroga)

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#100 From Spook Air to the Lolita Express: The Genesis and Evolution of the Jeffrey Epstein-Bill Clinton Relationship

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#100 From Spook Air to the Lolita Express: The Genesis and Evolution of the Jeffrey Epstein-Bill Clinton Relationship

"You can't handle the truth on August tenth and for several days after speculation swirled after it was announced the Jeffrey Epstein had been found dead in his cell. His cause of death has officially been ruled suicide by Hanging Epstein the billionaire pedophile and sex trafficker with a myriad of connections to the rich and powerful in the United States and several other countries had told. Those close to him that he had feared for his life prior to his sudden suicide the Washington Post reported while his defense lawyers claim that he had planned to cooperate with federal authorities following the controversial conclusion by the New York Medical Examiner that Epstein's death was a suicide a conclusion contested by epsteins attorneys as well as by independent forensic pathologists given the apparent evidence pointing. Towards strangulation corporate media coverage of the Epstein case has slowed to a trickle safer sensationalist stories about his alleged Co conspirator, Lane Maxwell, and new salacious details of his past gone from corporate media or any hints of the larger scandal revolving around the admission that Epstein had belonged to intelligence in this four part series the Jeffrey Epstein scandal too big to fail mint press. Has, revealed the EPSTEINS activities a sexual blackmail operation involving minors and connected to intelligence agencies was one of many such operations that have taken place for decades developing from the nexus forged between the CIA organized crime and Israeli intelligence shortly after World War Two as part two of the series revealed these sexual blackmail operations proliferated during the Iran Contra affair, which involved the same dark. Between US Israeli intelligence and organized crime though this series has thus far largely focused on the ties of Republican officials to those operations and associated crimes. The final installment of the series will focus on democratic politicians namely, the Clinton family and their ties to the same network as well as Jeffrey. Epstein, the Clintons own involvement in Iran Contra revolved around the covert activities of Arkansas airport, which involved the CIA front company, Southern Air, transport, and occurred while Clinton. was. Governor just a few into the Clinton presidential administration, Leslie Wexner and Jeffrey Epstein would play a major role in southern air transports relocation to Columbus Ohio leading to concerns among top Ohio officials that both men were not only working with the CIA. But that wexner company the limited sought to use the CIA linked airline for smuggling during that same period of time Epstein had already forge close ties to important Clinton White House officials and prominent Clinton. Donors like. Lynn Forester de Rothschild and made several personal visits to the official presidential residence. Some of these ties appear related to Epstein's shady financial activities, particularly involving currency markets and offshore tax havens activities. He began to perfect while working for prominent iran-contra figures in the early nineteen eighties, several of whom were tied to the CIA linked bank the Bank of Credit and Commerce International BCCI, and had known relationships with Israeli, intelligence namely, the Mossad the nature of Epstein's work for. These individuals and other evidence strongly suggest that Epstein himself had a relationship with BCCI after leaving bear stearns and prior to the bank's collapse in Nineteen ninety-one of particular importance or epsteins relationship to the Clinton. Foundation and the alleged role of epsteins Virgin Islands based Hedge Fund and the Clinton Foundation and money laundering activity a relationship still under investigation by men press that is this tale of intrigue. The fully reveals the extent to which this decades old alliance between. Crime the CIA an Israeli intelligence has corrupted and influenced politicians of both political parties both through the use of sexual blackmail and through other means of coercion far from being the work of a single intelligence agency or a single country. The power structure revealed by this network connected to Epstein is nothing less than a criminal enterprise that transcends nationality and is willing to use and abused children in the pursuit of ever more power wealth and control existing for decades and willing to use any. Means necessary to cover its tracks. This criminal racket has become. So integrated into the levers of power in the United States, and well, beyond that, it is truly too big to fail the Iran Contra Meena airport and the Clintons when one thinks back to the now famous iran-contra scandal names like Ronald Reagan Oliver North and Barry Seal comes to mind but former president Bill Clinton also played an outsized role in the scandal using his home state of Arkansas where he was then serving as. Governor as a sort of rallying point for the CIA as US side of the central. American operation. In fact, during Clinton's reign as governor, a small town called Meena nestled in the ozark mountains. West of Arkansas has capital little rock would be propelled into the national spotlight as a hub for drug and arms smuggling, and the training of CIA backed far-right militias under the close watch of the CIA then led by William Casey. The mean enter mountain regional airport was used to stockpile and. Deliver arms and ammunition to the Nicaraguan contras. The arms were sometimes exchanged for cocaine from South American cartels, which would then be sent back to Meena and used to fund the covert CIA. Operation Though efforts have been made to dismiss Clinton's role in the scandal, his direct intervention in the contras attempts to overthrow the Sandinista government of Nicaragua suggests Clinton had some sort of personal stake in the efforts and was unlikely Aloof to the major smuggling operation taking place in his state, while he had. Been Governor. In fact, while Governor Clinton split with many other state governments in sending a contingency of the Arkansas National Guard to hundred to train the Nicaraguan contras on how to overthrow their Sandinista Government Clinton would also discuss his first-hand knowledge of the operation with now trump administration attorney general William bar much of this channeling of both weapons and drugs was carried out by notorious drug smuggler and alleged CIA D. A. Operative Berry seal according to the book white out the CIA drugs in. The press by Alexander. Cock. Burn and Jeffrey Saint Clair, a federal investigation aided by the Arkansas state police established that berry seal a drug dealer working for the Medellin cartel as well as with the CIA and the DA has planes retrofitted at Meena for drug drops trained pilots there and laundered is prophets partly through financial institutions in Arkansas seal at this time was in close contact with Oliver. North who acknowledged the relationship in his memoir these were the years in which north was constructing. His covert supply lines for the CONTRAS SEAL was known to use aircraft that belong to the company Southern, air transport, and he also employed flight crews that worked for that same company. Southern. Air Transport Formerly Air America was once directly owned by the CIA and today is remembered for being CIA front during the Iran Contra less known is the relationship between the CIA linked airline and Leslie Wexner and his then close associate Jeffrey Epstein which will be discussed in detail later in this report. Seemed to always operate with much less than six degrees of separation from Clinton. While the ladder served as governor and his nineteen, Ninety nine confessional expose crossfire witness in the Clinton investigation former Arkansas policeman turned personal driver and Security Guard for Bill Clinton L. D. Brown recounts how Clinton encouraged him to seek out a post of the CIA Clinton allegedly went so far as to edit the essay Brown wrote for this employment application. The Essay topic was drug smuggling in central. America upon receiving his. Application the CIA put Brown in touch with none other than berry seal seal would later be gunned down in nineteen eighty-six while serving six months probation for drug smuggling charges seal was not the only affiliate of Oliver North running a contra connected operation in Arkansas. Terry. Reid who had worked for north since nineteen eighty-three claimed to have been put in touch with seal by North and established a base just ten miles north of Meena in Nello Arkansas where Nicaraguan contras and other recruits from. Latin America were trained in resupply missions night landings precision para drops in similar maneuvers according to Cock burn and Saint Clair read further asserted that drug money was being laundered through. Arkansas. Financial institutions after Clinton half brother Roger was busted for cocaine smuggling Clinton would later pardon him. Well, president the CIA sought to move contra operations out of Arkansas hoping to put a damper on the increasingly public and sloppy Arkansas based operation according to Terry read in his book compromised Clinton. Bush the CIA. Co written with John Cummings of hushed meeting was held in a bunker at camp. Robinson. North Little Rock Arkansas during the meeting William Bar who represented himself as the emissary of the NCAA Director Bill Casey told Clinton the deal we made was to launder our money through your bond business. But what we didn't plan on was you and your nigger here start taking yourself seriously and purposely shrinking or laundry bar chastised Clinton for his sloppy handling of the delicate operation and his half brothers. Very public fall from grace. He would later tell, Clinton according to Read Bill You are Mr Casey's fair haired boy you and your state of been our greatest asset Mr Casey wanted me to pass on to you that unless you fuck up and do something stupid. You're number one on the shortlist for a shot at the job that you've always wanted you and guys like you are the fathers of the new government we are the new covenant attempts to investigate Clinton's role in the minor. Operations and more broadly in the Iran Contra. Affair were allegedly asked by Clinton's own confidence who consistently denied he played a role in the scandal according to the. Wall Street Journal. Former IRS investigator William Duncan teamed with Arkansas State Police. Investigator. Russell Welch in what became a decade long battle to bring the matter to light in fact of the nine separate state and federal probes into the affair all failed Dunkin would later say of the investigations they were interfered with an covered up and. The justice system was subverted and nineteen ninety-two memo from Duncan two high ranking members of the Attorney General's staff notes that Duncan was instructed to remove all files concerning the Meena investigation from the Attorney General's office the Attorney General serving under George H W Bush at that time was William Barr who is currently attorney general under trump the bank of crooks and criminals international another Clinton connection to the CIA end the Iran Contra affair runs through the family's connection to Arkansas Financier Jackson Stevens and. The CIA Link Bank of Credit and Commerce International B.. C. I which critics nicknamed the Bank of Crooks and criminals International Stevens was among the richest people in Arkansas and was also a major donor and backer of Ronald Reagan George H W Bush and Bill Clinton. He also played a key role in the rise of Walmart Jackson Stevens and other members of the Stevens family bankrolled Bill Clinton's rise to political prominence contributing large sums of money to both Clinton's gubernatorial and his later presidential. Campaigns in addition worthen bank, which was majority owned by Stevens provided Clinton's first presidential campaign a three point five, million dollar line of credit in addition, Stevens many businesses were frequently represented by the Rose Law Firm where Hillary Clinton was a partner a redacted F. B. I. Report from Nineteen Ninety eight described Stevens as having lengthy and continuing ties to the Clinton administration and Associates, and also discusses allegations that Stevens has been involved in the illegal handling of campaign contributions to the Democratic National? Party C. I had originally been founded by a group of bankers from Pakistan though Newsweek later reported that CIA officials appeared to have been involved in the bank's founding and that BCCI founder a god Hassan Betty had been encouraged by the CIA to found the bank after the agency realized that an international bank could provide valuable cover for intelligence operations CIA documents that later surfaced during congressional hearings on the bank's activities and related scandals stated that be see I was directly involved in money laundering narco financing running and holding large sums of money for terrorist groups though BCCI was known for its CIA links Catherine Austin Fitts. Former Assistant Secretary for Housing Federal Housing Commissioner at Hud during the George H W Bush administration an investment banker with the firms. Hamilton Securities Group and Dillon Reed and company believes that those links went well beyond the CIA fits who was placed on the board of the BCCI subsidiary first American Bank following BCCI's collapse told MINT press that after reading through troves of documents regarding the bank's activities prior to its implosion it was clear to her that there was no way. It's clandestine activities were carried on without the full knowledge of the federal. Reserve. Specifically the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and the White House BCCI. Also played a key role in the year on Contra affair and accounts of the bank were used a payoffs to individuals linked to the scheme Edmund. Khashoggi a key figure and intermediary in the scandal used one B. C. I. Account to move more than twenty million dollars related to illegal arms, sales, and B. C. I created fake documentation including check signed by Oliver North allowing the sale to go forward the bank. Later when it's activities subsequently came under congressional scrutiny claimed it had no records of these transactions in addition, BCCI appears to have been involved in the sex trafficking of underage girls including girls that had. Not, yet reached puberty according to the report entitled the BBC Affair By then US senators, John Kerry d Massachusetts and Hank Brown are Colorado BCCI officials were alleged to have obtained leverage with powerful individuals including prominent members of the ruling families of the United. Arab Emirates you a by providing them with young virgins. The report page seventy specifically states according to one US investigator with substantial knowledge of BCCI's activities. Some BCCI officials have acknowledged that some of the females provided some members of the Al Nahyan family. One of the ruling families in the UA were young girls who had not yet reached puberty and in certain cases. Were physically injured by the experience. The officials said that former BCCI officials had told him that BCC I also provided males to homosexual VIP's BCCI was largely brought into the United States business community through the efforts of Jackson Stevens and Burke Lance former budget director for Jimmy Carter who assisted with BCCI's acquisition of first. American bank the law firm involved in this effort was Arkansas's rose law firm and it involved several of the firm's lawyers including Hillary Rodham Clinton Webster Hubbell, and Cj your war also involved in the effort was Clark Clifford, former Secretary of defense under Lyndon B Johnson and Kamala Damn former director general. Of Saudi intelligence, one of the men added to the BCCI board after the acquisition of First American Bank was Robert Keith Gray, whom Newsweek described as often having boasted of his close relationship with the CIA William Casey Gray used to say that before taking on a foreign client, he would clear it with Casey as was discussed in part two of this series gray was also an expert in homosexual blackmail operations for the CIA and was reported to have collaborated with Roy Cohn in those activities. Some of Gray's clients at the powerful PR firm, he led hill and Knowlton included BCCI clients and Mossad. Linked individuals such as. Adnan Khashoggi and mark rich while the rose law firm was assisting BCCI's entrance into the American financial system. It also represented the Stevens own, financial services company Stevens. Inc as well as the data processing company, systematics. INC which Stevens acquired in the late nineteen sixties according to James Norman in his book. The oil card global economic warfare in the twenty first century systematics was the primary vehicle or Front Company for the National Security Agency in the nineteen eighties and early nineteen ninety s to market an implant bugged software in the world's major money center banks and clearing houses as part of the Reagan Bush follow the money. Effort to break the Soviets the late journalist Michael. Ruppert asserted that this bugged software was none other than the promise software which both US and Israeli intelligence had bugged in order to spy on intelligence and which had been marketed in part by Robert Maxwell father of Jeffrey Epstein Madame Gallon Maxwell Ruppert cited systematics as a primary developer of promise for Financial Intelligence. US promise had originally been leased by in slow incorporated a small software company founded by Bill. Hamilton to the Department of Justice, which later stole it from inside law forcing it to declare bankruptcy according to a nineteen, ninety five documents sent on behalf of enslow. To then independent counsel Ken Starr that asked him to review in slow case, systematics had covertly implanted software into the computers of its bank customers that allowed allied intelligence agencies surreptitiously repetitiously to track and monitor the flow of money through the banking system and had done. So at the behest of the US National Security Agency and essay and its partner in Israeli intelligence in slow also stated that the software was used by these same intelligence agencies in the laundering of money. Especially, drug profits systematics also had A. Subsidiary. In Israel that according to a former Israeli intelligence officer was operated by contractors for the Mossad and sold software to banks and telecommunications companies according to Richardson's letter that Israeli subsidiary of systematics also had a Massachusetts based front company, which was partially owned by former US intelligence official to partners in the rose law firm who would later serve in the Clinton administration Vince Foster and webster. Hubbell acquired significant financial interests in systematics through ownership and alltel, which purchased systematics in the early nineteen nineties. The HAMILTONS also provide. Considerable evidence that fosters distress prior to his death in Nineteen ninety-three appears to have been related to concerns about litigation involving systematics and the ongoing litigation over promises theft BCCI itself was known to employ the promise software after its theft by the DOJ and one of its subsidiaries. First American Bank also filtered promise money as in laundered the money generated from the sale of the stolen promise software according to the late journalist Danny Casale Casale had been investigating an international crime syndicate determined the Octopus at the time. Of His death in Nineteen ninety-one Casale believed that this octopus involve powerful individuals in the private and public sectors as well as the criminal underworld and that they were collectively responsible for some of the biggest scandals of the nineteen eighties including iran-contra BCCI and the theft of the promise software Casale had told friends and family that he was close to concluding his investigation and several people close to him had seen documents involving money transfers involving BCC I and the world, bank to people involved in these scandals such as. Earl. Brian and Adnan. Khashoggi Casale went to Martinsburg Virginia to meet with some sources to get the final piece of the puzzle and bring back the head of the octopus two days after arriving in Martinsburg Cassara was found dead in his hotel room and his briefcase full of his research notes and evidence was missing his death was ruled a suicide many including Casale rose family. Do not believe that Casale committed suicide a week before his death Casale told his brother he had been receiving death threats and the. Manner in which he died deep slashes in his arms was not consistent with Casale rose well known squeamishness around even minor amounts of blood speculation only grew following the FBI investigation given that the FBI lied to. Congress pressured its own agents not to question whether it was a suicide and lost ninety percent of its files related to Casale death among other glaring inconsistencies in nineteen ninety, four letter provided to mint press by in slow incorporated. In slow lawyer Charles Work told them Assistant Attorney General John Dwyer that one. Of Ins laws, confidential sources in government had stated the Casale injected with substance the dead in his nerves from the neck down explaining the apparent lack of struggle and the substance used had come from the US army inventory. The person who had arranged Casale final meeting before his death was a US military intelligence officer named Joseph Keeler the same year that Casale died there were several other suspicious deaths involving people directly connected to the promise scandal or involved in Casale rose investigation of the octopus including. Allen standoff. One of Casale rose sources, Robert Maxwell father of lane, Maxwell Mossad operative, and salesman of the Bug Promise Software and John Tower the former Texas senator who assisted Maxwell in selling the Bug promise software to the Los Alamos laboratories. 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Jeffrey Epstein and the Dirtiest Bank of all while the role Arkansas played in Iran Contra is one aspect of the scandal that is often overlooked so too is the key role played by Israeli intelligence linked arms, dealers, and smugglers who would later be connected to powerful individuals in the Mega Group and Jeffrey, Epstein, such mark rich and Adnan Khashoggi one of the key players in the Iran Contra affair was Saudi arms dealer Adnan Khashoggi uncle of the slain Washington Post columnist. Jamal Shaggy one lesser known fact about Adnan Khashoggi is that at the time of his iran-contra dealings he was. Working for the Israeli Mossad according to former Mossad agent Victor Astrology astrology in his Number One New York Times bestseller. By Way of deception notes that Khashoggi had been recruited by the Mossad years before and that his private jet had been fitted in Israel in relation to Iran Contra. Ostrovsky claims that it was a five million dollar bridge loan that Khashoggi provided that help to overcome the lack of trust between Israel and Iran during the initial arms deals in the early nineteen, Eighty S, and thus his participation was critical to the success of the scheme according to journalist Vicky Ward. Adnan Khashoggi was a client of Jeffrey Epstein's in the early nineteen eighties not long after Epstein's departure from bear stearns in Nineteen eighty-one the reason Epstein left the bank remains murky though some former bear stearns employees claim he was fired others including Epstein, himself claimed that he resigned of his own volition ward suggests that Epstein may have left the bank owing to a securities and Exchange Commission SEC investigation into insider trading in a case that involved a tender offer placed by the Seagram's corporation for Saint Joe Minerals. Corporation Seagram's owner Edgar Bronfman son of Meyer lansky associates. Samuel Bronfman than. Member of the Mega Group had tipped off several investors and bankers of the coming tender offer Epstein resigned from bear stearns the day after the SEC opened the case and later claimed he had left the company as a result of a relatively minor ragged violation and rumors that he had an illicit affair with the secretary. Yet as Ward noted, the SEC never brought any charges against anyone at bear stearns for insider trading in Saint Joe. But it's questioning seems to indicate that it was skeptical of Epstein's answers. Some sources have wondered why if he was such a big producer at bear. Stearns. He would have given it up over mere two, thousand, five hundred dollars fine regardless of the exact reason for Epstein. Sudden departure it was immediately after he left the bank, the details of Epstein's work history recede into shadow a few of the handful of current friends who have known him since the early nineteen eighties recall that he used to tell them he was a bounty hunter recovering lost or stolen money for the government or for very rich people. He has a licensed to carry a firearm writing in Salon. A former friend of Epstein's Jesse Kornblum also stated that Epstein. Had claimed to be a bounty hunter for the rich and powerful when we met in Nineteen eighty-six epsteins double identity intrigued me he said, he didn't just manage money for clients with mega fortunes. He was also a high level bounty hunter. Sometimes, he told me he worked for governments to recover money looted by African dictators other times those dictators hired him to help them hide their stolen money emphasis added one of Epstein's clients after leaving bear stearns per ward sources was the CIA Mossad linked Khashoggi at the very time that Khashoggi was involved in Iran Contra and operation involving both us. And Israeli intelligence British journalist Nigel Rosser reported in January two thousand one in the Evening Standard that Epstein had claimed that he was also working for the CIA during the same time period since Epstein's arrest records of rousers article have been scrubbed from British newspaper archives including the Evening Standard Zone. However meant press independently confirmed with Travis whom Rosser had interviewed for the article in question that the article did alleged that Eptein used to claim he worked for the CIA an addition other reports from the time period cited excerpts of rousers article including the reference to Epstein. Past claims of. Involvement. With the CIA specifically, rousers article had included the following passage. He Epstein has a licensed to carry a concealed weapon once claimed to have worked for the CIA although he now denies it and owns properties all over America. Once he arrived at the London home of a British arms dealer bringing a gift and New York Police Issue Pump Action Riot Gun God knows how he got it into the country. A friend said though Epstein denied past connections to the CIA at the time racers article was published. It is worth mentioning that Robert Maxwell, father of Glenn Maxwell and longtime? Mossad. Operative also vehemently denied is now well documented links to Israeli intelligence until his death furthermore as will be shown later in this Article Epstein and his only known billionaire client Leslie wexner would later forge a business relationship with the CIA front company Southern Air Transport and play a major role in the airlines relocation to Columbus Ohio in the mid nineteen ninety s during that period two prominent Ohio officials believed that both Epstein and Wexner were working with the CIA according to Ohio based journalist Bob Fiscus past claims and evidence of Epstein's involvement with the CIA coupled with his time as. A. Shadowy financial fixer for double asset Khashoggi strongly suggest that whatever Epstein was doing for Khashoggi during this time it likely involve BCCI according to the BCC C.. I. Affair Report Khashoggi acted as the middleman for five or in arms deals for the United States financing a number of them through BCC, I n serve does the banker for arms shipments as the undercover scheme developed the report continued Khashoggi. Another. Iran-contra Arms Dealer Manager Gordon Affir- performed a central role for the US government in connection with the Iran Contra affair and operations that involve the direct participation of CIA personnel and both. Khashoggi and Gordon a for bank at BCCI's offices in Monte Carlo and for both BCCI's services were essential as a means of providing short term credit for sales from the US through Israel to your on this connection is even more likely given the fact that bear stearns epsteins previous employer right up until he became a financial fixer for Khashoggi and other powerful people also worked directly with BCC I during this period indeed bear stearns served as a broker to bcci a fact that remained hidden until a lengthy court battle in the UK concluded in twenty eleven and force the government. Sandstorm report about BCCI's activities to unredacted the names of bear stearns and other institutions individuals in countries the done business with the CIA link. Bank. Furthermore, there is the additional fact BCCI trafficked underage girls for sex as a means of obtaining favors from gaining leverage over powerful individuals something in which Epstein would later become deeply involved as was shown in part two of this series several individuals who were running either sexual blackmail operations involving minors or child trafficking operations were connected to CIA front companies like BCCI, other organizations connected to the Iran, Contra scandal and several individuals close to the Reagan. White House the CIA director at the time Bill Casey was a close friend of Roy Cohn who also ran the sexual blackmail operation involving underage boys out of Manhattan's plaza. Hotel described in part one of the series according to cones. Longtime. Secretary. Christine. Seymour. Casey was one of cones most frequent colors and other fact that further suggests that Epstein had connections to bcci his that Epstein was known to have been close to other arms dealers of the period and B. C.. I was frequently used specifically for covert arms deals after the bank's collapse in nineteen, ninety, one and article in. Time magazine entitled BCCI The. Dirtiest Bank of all noted the following the CIA may have used BCC. I is more than an undercover banker US agents collaborated with the black network in several operations according to A. B. C. I network officer who is now a secret US government witness sources have told investigators that be see I worked closely with Israel's spy agencies and other Western intelligence groups as well. especially in arms deals emphasis added one of the arms dealers that Epstein apparently knew quite well was the British arms dealer Sir Douglas Lease Lease was involved in brokering the first of A. Series of controversial British arms deals that involve Khashoggi known as the Al Yamamah deal and allegedly involving bribery of members of the Saudi Royal Family and top Saudi officials in addition to Khashoggi. Several of those officials in royal family members had deep ties to BCCI. Later, iterations of the arms deal were allegedly brokered with the involvement of Prince. Charles of the British Royal Family and corruption investigations into Al Yamamah were later shut down by the efforts of Tony Blair as well as Prince. Andrew Lisa's said to have spoken of Epstein's genius and lack of morals when he introduced him to. Steve Hoffenberg of tower financial, and soon after that introduction Hoffenberg hired Epstein two years after BCCI's fraud driven collapse tower financial imploded in Nineteen ninety-three in what is still considered to be one of the largest ponzi schemes. In American History Hoffenberg later asserted in court that Epstein had been intimately involved in towers. Shady Financial Practices and had called Epstein, the architect of the scam. However, by the time tower financial had collapsed. Epstein was no longer working for the company despite Hoffenberg testimony and abundant evidence regarding epsteins role in the scheme epsteins name was mysteriously dropped from the case given that Epstein. received his sweetheart deal in two thousand eight as a result of having belonged to intelligence epsteins activities in the nineteen eighties and early nineteen nineties suggests that his ability to avoid charges in relation to the Tower Financial Ponzi scheme may have been for similar reasons though Hoffenberg claims that he met Epstein through Lease Epstein himself claimed that he had met the convicted fraudster through John Mitchell former attorney. General under Richard, Nixon had noted in part two of the series Mitchell was a friend of disgraced Washington lobbyist Craig Spence according to Spence before his fall from Grace Spence for much of the nineteen eighties ran a sexual blackmail operation in DC involving underage boys and had taken some of those cowboys on midnight tours of the White House that he said had been arranged by the National Security Advisor. Donald Greg. Spence after his trafficking and exploitation of minors was exposed died under mysterious circumstances. His death was quickly labeled a suicide not unlike Jeffrey Epstein's with Epstein and Wexner is help spook air finds a new home while the state of Arkansas became a hub for CIA activity during the Reagan years in the Iran. Contra scandal another state appeared to take its place in the nineteen nineties Ohio. Just as Arkansas. Oliver Jackson Stevens helped to track the CIA to his home state during the Iran Contra, it was also in Ohio oligarchy and his close associate that helped attract the CIA to the Buckeye state. Those men were Leslie Wexner and Jeffrey Epstein respectively and part three of the series mint press detailed wexner alleged ties to organized crime and his links to the still unsolved homicide, of course. Lawyer Arthur Shapiro. Shapiro who was representing Wexner Company the limited at the time of his death was set to testify before a grand jury about tax evasion and his involvement with questionable tax shelters. Columbus Police described the Shapiro murder as a Mafia hit and suppressed police report implicated wexner and his business associates as being involved in her benefiting from Shapiro's death and has having links to prominent New York based crime syndicates however, Wexner in the limited also appear to have had a relationship with the CIA and nineteen ninety-five southern air transport. Sat a well known front company for the CIA relocated from Miami Florida to Columbus Ohio I founded in the late nineteen forties sat from nineteen sixty until. Nineteen seventy-three was directly owned by the CIA which sought to use the company as a cover for covert operations. After Nineteen seventy-three, the company was placed in private hands although all of its subsequent owners would have CIA ties including James Bastion a former lawyer for the guy who owned sat at the time of its relocation to Ohio sat was intimately involved in the Iran Contra affair having been used to funnel weapons and drugs to and from the Nicaraguan contras under the guise of delivering humanitarian aid while also sending American weapons to Israel that were then sold to your on in violation of the US arms embargo in nineteen, eighty, six alone sat transported from Texas to Israel Ninety tons. Of Tow anti-tank missiles, which were then sold to European, by Israel and Mossad linked intermediaries like Saudi arms dealer Adnan Khashoggi even though the airline CIA links were well known Leslie Wexner Company, the limited sought to coax sat to relocate its headquarters from Miami Florida to Columbus Ohio a move that was realized in Nineteen Ninety five when Edmund James President of James and Donohue Development Services told the Columbus dispatch in March nineteen ninety-five that sat was relocating to Columbus rickenbacker airfield. He stated that southern airs new presence a trick and Becker begins in April with to regularly scheduled seven hundred, forty, seven cargo flights a week from Hong Kong citing SAT president William Langton by full that could increase. To. Four week negotiations are underway for flights out of rickenbacker to the Far East much of the Hong Kong to rickenbacker cargo will be for the limited wexner clothing company. This is a big story for Central Ohio. It's huge actually James said at the time the day following the press conference, Brian Clancy working as a cargo analyst with Merge Global Inc told the Journal of Commerce that the reason for sat's relocation to Ohio, was largely the result of the lucrative Hong Kong to Columbus route that sat would run for Wexner company clancy specifically stated that the fact that the limited inc the nation's largest retailer is based in Columbus undoubtedly contributed in large part to southern airs decision according to. Documents obtained by journalist Bob Photographers from the Rickenbacker Port Authority Ohio's government also tried to sweeten the deal to bring sat to Columbus in order please powerful Ohio businessman like wexner orchestrated by Governor George Voinovich. Then chief of staff Paul Mifid the Rickenbacker Port Authority in the Ohio Department of Development created a package of several financial incentives funded by Ohio taxpayers to lure the airline to relocate to Ohio the Journal of Commerce described the generous package of incentives from the state of Ohio as including a seventy five percent credit against its corporate tax liability for the next ten years a five million dollar low interest loan and four, hundred, thousand, dollar job training grant and Nineteen ninety-six then sat. Spokesman David Sweden told for that. The CIA linked airline had only moved to Columbus because the deal put together by the Development Department was too good to turn down though sat had promised Ohio's government that it would create three hundred jobs in three years. It quickly laid off numerous workers and failed to construct the maintenance facility. It had promised even though it already accepted three point five million dollars in taxpayer funds for that and other projects as the company's financial problems. Mounted Ohio's government declined to recoup the millions in dollars at loaned the company even after it was alleged that thirty two million dollars in the bank account of Mary Bastian the wife of SAT's owner and former CIA lawyer. James Bastion were actually company funds on October First Nineteen Ninety eight sat filed for bankruptcy. It was the very same day that the CIA inspector general had published a comprehensive report on the airlines elicit involvement in drug trafficking. Furthermore, FA troika's noted that in addition to Wexner, the other main figures who were key in securing sat's relocation to Ohio where Alan D. fears junior a former chief of the CIA Central American Task Force and retired Air Force, Major General Richard, secord head of air. Logistics for sat's covert action in Laos between nineteen, sixty, six and nineteen, sixty eight while the company was still known as Air America secord was also the Air Logistics Coordinator in the Illegal Contra resupply. Network for Oliver North during the Iran Contra fears was one of the key individuals involved in iran-contra who was later pardoned by George H W Bush with the assistance of then Attorney General Bill Bar bar currently serving as attorney general in the trump administration and top of the chain of Doj Command in the investigation of Epstein's death in prison has refused to recuse himself from the investigation into epsteins network whose recent death despite the involvement of these CIA link men as well as the organized crime linked Leslie Wexner. Then president of sat told the Columbus dispatch that the airline was no longer connected to the CIA notably, it was during the same time that Epstein exerted substantial control over wexner. And according to focus in his extensive reporting on Wexner from this period, it was Epstein who orchestrated logistics for Wexner business operations including the limited as was revealed in the Arthur Shapiro murder file, Annan ties between sat and the limited much of the limits logistics, involved figures and companies connected to organized crime and US intelligence that is also important to note that sat was well known for being a CIA front company prior to the. Efforts of Wexner et Al to bring the airline to Columbus and that a few years prior Epstein himself had previously worked for intelligence link figures also involved in Iran-contra such as Adnan Khashoggi in addition during this time period Epstein had already begun to live in the now infamous New York penthouse that had I been purchased by Wexner in Nineteen eighty-nine Wexner had apparently installed CCTV and recording equipment in an odd bathroom in the home. After his purchase and never lived in the home, as was noted in part three of the series and an exclusive interview. Bob Troikas told, Mint, press that Epstein wexner involvement with sat's relocation to Ohio had caused suspicion among some prominent state and local officials that the two were working with US intelligence. The truck specifically stated that then Ohio Inspector General David struts and then sheriff of Franklin County? Earl. Smith. Had personally told him that. They believed that both Epstein and Wexner had ties to the CIA. These claims further corroborate what was first reported by Nigel. Rosser. In the Evening Standard that Epstein had claimed to have worked for the CIA in the past the truck is also told Mint press that struts had referred to sat's route between Hong Kong and Columbus on behalf of Wexner company the limited as the Meyer Lansky on as he believed that wexner association with. Sat was related to his ties to elements of organized crime that were connected to the Lansky created National Crime Syndicate. In addition Catherine Austin fits the former investment banker and government official who has extensively investigated the intersection of organized crime, Black Markets Wall Street and the government in the US economy was told by next. CIA I. A. Employees that Wexner was one of five key managers of organized crime cash flows in the United States. As this series has noted in previous reports. Meyer Lansky was a pioneer of sexual blackmail operations and was deeply connected to both US intelligence and Israel's Mossad. Furthermore, many members of the so-called Mega Group which Wexner co-founded had direct ties to the Lansky Crime Syndicate Marc Rich's pardon and Israel's leverage over Clinton. Another shadowy figure with connections to the group Mossad US intelligence and organized crime is the fugitive financier mark rich who's pardoned during. The last days of the Clinton white houses both well known and still mired in controversy years after the fact, mark rich commodities trader and Hedge Fund manager best known for founding the Commodity Trading and mining giant Glencore and for doing business with numerous dictatorships often in violation of sanctions, he worked particularly closely with Israel land according to Haaretz in the years after the nineteen seventy three Yom Kippur war, and the ensuing global Arab oil. Embargo a period when nobody wanted to sell oil to Israel for almost twenty years rich was the main source of the country's oil and energy needs. It was that trading on Israel's behalf that would ultimately lead to rich being charged nineteen eighty-three for violating the US oil embargo on Iran by selling Iranian oil to Israel rich was also charged with tax evasion, wire, fraud racketeering, and several other crimes. Haaretz also noted that riches businesses. Were a source of funding for secret financial arrangements, and that is worldwide offices according to several reliable sources frequently served Mossad agents with his consent return had more direct ties to the Mossad as well. For instance, his foundation, the rich foundation was run by the former Mossad agent Avenue Razaleigh rich was also friendly with prominent Israel politicians including former prime ministers. Menachem Begin, and who Barack and was a frequent provider of services for Israeli. Intelligence services he freely volunteered according to rich's biographer Daniel Emon rich also fed information to US intelligence but declined to give specifics. He did not want to tell with whom he cooperated within the US authorities or which branch of the US government he supplied with intelligence. M and set an interview with the daily beast. One clue as to the nature of riches relationship to US intelligence his apparent ties to BCCI the, BCCI affair report. Mentions. Rich as a person to investigate in relation to the BANKIN STATES BCC lending to rich in the nineteen eighties amounted to tens of millions of dollars. Moreover, riches commodities firms were used by BCC I in connection with BCCI'S I N V O. L V Eamon in US guarantee programs through the Department of Agriculture, the nature and extent of riches relationship with BCC I requires further investigation rich was also deeply tied to the mega. Group as he was one of the main donors to the birthright Israel charity along with Mega Group Co founder Charles Bronfman and Mega Group member Michael Steinhardt. Steinhardt. was particularly close to rich first meeting the commodities trader in the nineteen seventies and then managing three million dollars for rich riches. Then wife Denise and riches father in law from the early nineteen eighties to the mid nineteen nineties through his hedge fund in the late nineteen. Ninety S Steinhardt would enlist other mega group members such as Edgar Bronfman in the effort to settle the criminal charges against rich, which eventually came to pass with Clinton's controversial pardon in two thousand one STEINHARDT claimed to have come up with the idea of a presidential pardon for rich in late two, thousand Richard Pardon was controversial for several reasons and many mainstream outlets asserted the treat of pay off as the New York Post noted. In Two thousand sixteen in the run-up to the presidential pardon, the financiers ex wife Denise had donated four hundred fifty thousand dollars to the fledgling Clinton Library and over one million dollars to democratic campaigns in the Clinton era in addition. Richard hired high powered lawyers with links to powerful individuals in both the Democratic and Republican parties as well as the Clinton White House including Jack Quinn who has previously served as general counsel to the. Clinton administration and his former chief of staff to Vice President Al Gore however per Clinton's own words and other supporting evidence. The main reason behind the rich pardon was the heavy lobbying from Israeli intelligence Israeli politicians and members of the megagroup like Steinhardt with the donations from denise rich in Quincy Access to the president likely sweetening the deal among the most ardent lobbyists for rich's pardon were then Israeli prime minister who Barack former prime. Minister Shimon Peres then mayor of Jerusalem Olmert then former Foreign Minister Shlomo Benami and former director of the Mossad Shabtai Shavit according to Haaretz Barrack was so adamant that Clinton pardoned Marc Rich. That was heard shouting at the president on at least one occasion former adviser to Barack Yanev claimed that Barack had shouted the pardon was important not only from the financial aspect but also because he helped the most saw more than one instance. The Israel lobbying effort had considerable help from Mega Group member Michael Steinhardt as well as Abe Foxman of the anti-defamation League ad l., which was at the time heavily funded by mega group members including Ronald. Lauder and Edgar Bronfman there has been speculation for years that Clinton's decision to pardon rich may have been the result of leverage your blackmail that Israel had acquired on then president's activities as was noted in part three of this. report the Mossad linked mega spy scandal broke in Nineteen ninety-seven, whereby Israeli intelligence had been targeting Clinton's effort to broker a peace agreement between Israel and Palestine, and had sought to go to mega likely a reference to the mega group to obtain a sensitive document in addition, Israel is known to have acquired phone conversations between Clinton and Monica Lewinsky before their affair was made public author Daniel Helper relying on on the record interviews with. Former officials in hundreds of pages of documents compiled in the event that Lewinsky took legal action against Clinton determined that Benjamin, Netanyahu told Clinton that he had obtained recordings of the sexually tinged phone conversations during the white plantation talks between Israel and Palestine in Nineteen Ninety eight Netanyahu attempted to use this information to get Clinton to pardon convicted Israeli spy Jonathan Pollard Clinton considered pardoning Pollard but decided against it after CIA director George Tenet. Threatened to resign if the pardon was given investigative journalist and author Gordon Thomas had made similar claims years prior and asserted that the Mossad had obtained some thirty hours of phone sex conversations between Lewinsky and Clinton and use them as leverage. In addition a report, an insight magazine in May, two thousand claimed that Israeli intelligence had penetrated four White House telephone lines and was able to real time conversations on those lines from a remote. Site outside the White House directly to Israel for listening and recording those phone taps apparently went well beyond the White House as revealed by December two thousand one investigative report by Carl Cameron for Fox. News according to Cameron's report Israeli Telecommunications Company and helped Bell Atlantic install new telephone lines in the White House in Nineteen ninety-seven and senior level employees of Amdex, had a separate t one data phone line installed from his base outside. Of Saint Louis that was connected directly to Israel investigators are looking into whether the owner of the t one line had a real time capacity to intercept fallen calls from both the White House and other government offices around Washington and sustained the line for some time sources said sources familiar with the investigation say F. B. I. Agents on the case sought an arrest warrant for the Saint Louis Employees but Clinton Justice Department officials washed. It according to journalist Chris Ketchum both DACHSHUND BEHRENDT INC formerly converse emphases are based in Israel having risen to prominence from that country's cornering of the information technology market and are heavily funded by the Israeli government with connections to the Israeli military and Israeli intelligence the company's operations sources suggest have been infiltrated by freelance spies exploiting encrypted doors in Erin docs technology and gathering data on Americans for transfer to Israeli intelligence and other willing. Customers particularly organized crime given the extent of phone tapping of the US government by Israeli intelligence linked companies and Netanyahu's previous use of intercepted phone calls to pressure Clinton to pardon Jonathan Pollard it is entirely reasonable to speculate that some other trove of intercepted communications could have been used to push Clinton to part rich in the final hours of his presidency. Also notable is the fact that several figures heavily lobbied Clinton over the rich. Pardon had ties to Epstein who also had ties to Israeli intelligence and Israeli intelligence linked tech companies as discussed in part three of the series for example, and Barack a close friend and business associated Epstein, and Shimon Peres who introduced Barack to Epstein were the major players in convincing Clinton part and mark rich furthermore as will be shown in a subsequent section of this report. Jeffrey Epstein had developed ties with the Clinton administration beginning. In nineteen ninety-three and those ties expanded particularly in Nineteen ninety-six. When epsteins intelligence linked sexual blackmail operation was underway Clinton would later fly on epsteins infamous private jet nicknamed the Lalita Express and Epstein would later donate to the Clinton Foundation and claimed to have played a key role in the creation of the Clinton Global Initiative in addition to the role of figures close to Epstein in securing rich's pardon Epstein himself appeared to share some Level of connection with riches, former business partners for instance, Felix posing who ran riches London operations for years and whom Forbes described as the architect of riches immensely profitable. But suddenly, very controversial business with the Soviet Union appears in Epstein's book of contacts in addition epsteins offshore structured investment vehicle sieve liquid funding has the same attorney and director several glencore entities Alex Skin of the law firm appleby the significance of that connection however is. Unclear given that her skin was connected to a total of two hundred, seventy, four offshore entities at the time of the paradise papers. Leak in twenty fourteen Catherine Austin Fitts told MINT press that it could suggest that Epstein's liquid funding forty percent of which had been owned by bear stearns and which may have received a secret bailout from the Federal Reserve is part of the same shadow Economy Syndicate Glencore this possibility merits further investigation. Given. That glencore is partially owned by British Financier Nathaniel Rothschild whose Father Jacob Rothschild is on the board of Advisors, of Genie, energy, which includes Michael Steinhardt as well as several alleged associates of Epstein, such as Bill, Richardson, and Larry Summers in addition Nathaniel Rothschild cousin by marriage, Lynn Forrester derives child is a longtime associated Jeffrey Epstein with considerable ties to the New York City Roy cone machine March. Had long standing ties to the Rothschild family going back to the early nineteen seventies when he began commodity trading at Philip Brothers Lynn Forester de. Rothschild surprising interest in Epstein after Epstein's arrests I in two, thousand seven, and then again last month numerous media reports emerged detailing the links between Epstein and Clinton with most asserting that they had met not long after Clinton left office in two thousand one and recently mentioned issued the controversial pardon of mark rich those reports. Claimed that the Epstein Clinton relationship had been facilitated by epsteins longtime girlfriend and alleged Madam Lane Maxwell however documents obtained from the Clinton Presidential Library have revealed the ties between Epstein and Clinton date back years earlier and were facilitated by powerful individuals who have largely evaded scrutiny in connection with the Epstein case one major player who has been largely overlooked in bringing Epstein end the Clintons together as Lynn, Forrester Rothschild notably Forrester Rothschild has. Long. BEEN CONNECTED TO NEOCONSERVATIVE REAGAN ERA officials the Louis Rosen Steel Roy Cohn network described in parts one and two of the series, as well as the mega group which was detailed in part three of the series Lynn Forester de Rothschild became involved in the world of Democratic Party politics in the late nineteen seventies when she worked on the nineteen seventy, six campaign of hawkish Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan d New York alongside now notorious neo. Like Elliot Abrams who would go onto play an important role in the year on Contra affair during the Reagan era, and later serve in the State Department under trump. She was also introduced her second husband Evelyn Rothschild by Henry Kissinger at Bilderberg conference several of the individuals connected to the mega group and the Mossad link media mogul Robert Maxwell including Mark Palmer Max. Fisher and John Leman were one time aides or advisers to Henry Kissinger, before marrying into the Rothschild family in two thousand, Lynn had previously been married to Andrew Stein a major figure in New York democratic politics with whom she had two sons. Andrew's brother James. Finkelstein married Kathy Frank the granddaughter of Louis Rosen steal the mob link businessman who ran a sexual blackmail operation. Exploiting underage boys as was discussed in part one of the series Rosen steals protege Roy Cohn was the lawyer for Kathy Franken James Finkelstein and it was at their behest that cone attempted to trick nearly comatose Rosenstiel into naming Cohn frank and Finkelstein the executors and trustees of his estate valued at seventy five, million dollars more than three, hundred, thirty, four, million in today's. Dollars according to The New Yorker Lynn Forester de Rothschild requested financial help from none other than Jeffrey Epstein in Nineteen ninety-three during her divorce from Andrew Stein as far as forester Rothschild's ties to the mega group go she is currently on the board of directors of Estee Lauder companies which was founded and is still owned by the family of Ronald Lauder a member of. The Mega Group, a former Reagan official, a family friend of Roy Cohn and the alleged source of Jeffrey. Epstein's now infamous Austrian passport in addition forrester. Rothschild also partnered with Matthew Bronfman son of Mega Group member Edgar Bronfman and grandson of Samuel. Bronfman. who had close ties to Meyer Lansky in creating the investment advisory firm Bronfman Rothschild LP it is unclear when Lynn Forester De Rothschild. I met Jeffrey Epstein. But she was one of his leading advocates and had the ear of then President Bill Clinton in the early nineteen nineties speaking to Clinton specifically about Epstein during her fifteen seconds of access with the President and also introducing Epstein to lawyer Alan Dershowitz. In Nineteen, ninety-six Forrester Rothschild is a longtime associate of the Clintons and has been a Major donor to both bill and Hillary Clinton since nineteen ninety-two, their ties were so close that Forrester de Rothschild spent the first night of her honeymoon at the Lincoln bedroom in the White House while Clinton was president furthermore a leaked email between Forester de Rothschild and Hillary Clinton sought Clinton request pennants from Forrester Rothschild for asking Tony Blair to accompany Clinton on official business. While she was secretary of State preventing Blair from making a plan social visit to forester to Rothschild's home in Aspen Colorado humbly. Requesting forgiveness is not something Hillary Clinton is known for given that her former bodyguard once said, she could make Richard Nixon look like Mahatma Gandhi and nineteen ninety-five Forrester de Rothschild then a member of Clinton's national. Information Infrastructure Advisory Council wrote the. Following, to then President Clinton. Dear Mr President it was a pleasure to see you recently at Senator Kennedy's house. There was too much to discuss and too little time using my fifteen seconds of access to discuss Jeffrey Epstein and currency stabilization I-. Neglected to talk to you about a topic near and dear to my heart namely affirmative action in the future Forrester Rothschild. Then states that she had been asked to prepare a memo on behalf of George Stephanopoulos, former Clinton communications director, and currently a broadcast journalist with ABC News Stephanopoulos attended a Dinner Party hosted by Epstein at his now infamous Manhattan Townhouse in twenty. Ten. After Epstein's released from prison for soliciting sex from a minor while it is unknown what Forrester de Rothschild discussed with Clinton. Regarding Epstein and currency stabilization. A potential lead milllion, the links of both Forrester, Rothschild and Epstein to bank journalist Vicky. Ward reported in two thousand three that Epstein boasted of skill at playing the currency markets with very large sums of money and he appears to have done much of this through his long standing relationship with Deutsche Bank the new. York Times reported last month. epsteen appears to have been doing business trading currencies through Deutsche Bank until just a few months ago, according to people familiar with his business activities but is the possibility of federal charges loomed the bank ended its client relationship with Mr Epstein. It is not clear what the value of those accounts was at the time they were closed in the case of Forrester de Rothschild. She served as an advisor to the Deutsche Bank Microfinance Consortium for several years, and is currently a board member of the Alfred. Harrison. Society of international dialogue of Deutsche Bank the same year Forrester de Rothschild made the above noted comments to Bill Clinton about Jeffrey Epstein. Epstein attended another Clinton fundraiser hosted by Ron Perlman at his personal home that was very exclusive as the. Guest List included only fourteen people the evolution of the Epstein Clinton relationship even before Forrester de Rothschild's nineteen, ninety, five meeting with Clinton. Epstein was already an established Clinton donor records obtained by the daily revealed that Epstein had donated ten thousand dollars to the White House Historical Association and attended a Clinton donor reception alongside Gallon Maxwell as early as nineteen ninety-three, the daily beast. Suggest the Bill Clinton's longtime friend from his college days. April per sperry was the facilitator of that early relationship as perspire had a decades long relationship with Epstein and even visited Epstein at least twenty times while he was in jail in two, thousand, eight per aspera was intimately involved with the nineteen ninety-three fundraiser for the White House Historical Association noted above the relationship between. Epstein and Clinton would continue well after Clinton left office in two thousand, one, a fact well documented by Bill Clinton's now infamous flights are nets. Teens recently sold private jet often referred to as the lead of Express Clinton flew on the Lalita expressed no less than twenty six times in the early two thousands according to flight logs on some of those flights Clinton was. Accompanied by his secret service detail but he was unaccompanied on other flights. Arguably the most infamous flight taken by Clinton on Epstein jet was a lengthy to Africa. Where actor Kevin, spacey, who has also been accused of raping minors, Glenn Maxwell and Ron Burkle a billionaire friend of Clinton's who has been accused of soliciting the services of super high end call girls were. Also present Clinton specifically requested that Epstein make his jet available for the trip well in advance with Doug. Band. The intermediary President Donald. Trump, also, a friend of Epstein is said to the flown on the plane, but appears only once on flight logs in addition to flights and Epstein run. Foundation gave twenty five thousand dollars to the Clinton Foundation according to the two thousand. Six filing tax return of epsteins former charity the c o q foundation notably epsteins lawyers, Alan Dershowitz among them claimed in two thousand seven that Epstein had been part of the original group that conceived the Clinton. Global Initiative, which is described as a project bringing together a community of global leaders to devise and implement innovative solutions to some of the world's most pressing challenges. Before the associations between Epstein and the Clinton White House in the early nineteen nineties were made public Glenn Maxwell was thought to have been the bridge between Epstein and the Clinton family because of her close relationship to the family. However, the close relationship between Maxwell in the Clintons appears to have developed in the two thousands with political reporting that it began after bill. Clinton. Left Office Clinton Associated Doug Band was also reportedly friendly to Maxwell appearing at an exclusive dinner party she hosted at a residence in New York in two thousand five Maxwell later became particularly close to Chelsea Clinton vacationing with Chelsea in two thousand nine and attending her wedding a year. Later Maxwell was also associated with the Clinton Global Initiative at least up until twenty thirteen. Other close Clinton associates and officials in the early nineteen nineties also had notable relationships with Jeffrey Epstein including. Mark Middleton who was a special assistant to Clinton chief of staff Mack McLarty because in nineteen ninety three and met with Epstein on at least three occasions in the White House during the Clinton years in addition White House Social Secretary under Clinton and stock appears in. EPSTEINS little black book as does Doug Band once referred to, by New York magazine is Bill Clinton's bag carrier body man fix and all purpose gatekeeper then also appears several times in the flight logs of Epstein's private jet. Epstein was also associated with both Bill Richardson former ambassador to the UN and former secretary of energy under Clinton and Larry, Summers Secretary of the Treasury. Under Clinton both Richardson and Summers sit on the advisory board of controversial energy company Genie Energy alongside CIA Director Under Clinton James Woolsey Roy. Cohn associated media mogul, Rupert Murdoch. Mega Group member Michael Steinhardt, and Lord Jacob. Rothschild Genie Energy is controversial primarily for its exclusive rights to drill in the israeli-occupied Golan Heights Bill Richards, and also has ties to Lynn Forester de Rothschild. As she was on the Secretary of Energy's advisory board while Richardson was Secretary of Energy Bill Richardson appears to be among the Clinton era officials closest to Jeffrey Epstein having personally visited Epstein's New Mexico ranch and been the recipient of Epstein. Donate of fifty thousand dollars to his two, thousand, two and two thousand, six gubernatorial campaigns Richardson gave epsteins donation in two thousand. Six to charity after allegations against Epstein, were made public Richardson was also accused in recently released court documents of engaging in sex with epsteins underage victims, an allegation that he has denied the Jeffrey Epstein scandal, the Post Mortem, and nineteen. Ninety Danny Casale began his fateful one year investigation of the octopus, an investigation, the played no small role in his untimely death shortly after. He was found lifeless in a hotel bathtub. Casale friend Lynn Knowles was threatened and told the following. What Danny Casale was investigating is a business anyone who asks too many questions will end up dead nearly thirty years later that same octopus and its business remains with us and has become ever more wrapped around the levers of power particularly in the worlds of government. Finance. And Intelligence This meant Pres- investigative series has endeavoured to show the nature of this network and how the world of the octopus is the same world in which Jeffrey Epstein and his predecessors, Craig Spence Edwin Wilson and Roy Cohn among them operated and profited. It is a world where all that matters is the constant drive to accumulate evermore wealth endeavor more power and to. Keep the racket going of all costs while this network has long been able to ensure its success through the use of sexual blackmail often acquired by the unconscionable exploitation of children. It has also been a driving force behind many other ills that plague our world and it goes far beyond human and child trafficking indeed many of the figures in the same sorted web have. Played a major role in the illicit drug and weapons trades the expansion of for profit prisons and the endless wars that have claimed an untold number of lives across the world, all the while enriching many of these same individuals there is no denying that such a network too big to fail yet fail it must otherwise this decades-long cycle of abuse murder and fraud will. Continue unabated, destroying and taking even more lives in the process though this report marks the end of impresses series on Jeffrey Epstein and the network of which he was part. This is not the end of men presses work on the case several spinoffs investigating the real reasons why Epstein was arrested in July, his connections to money laundering and the intelligence black budget and his. Networks connections to child trafficking and other countries particularly, the UK are already in the works and will appear in mint press over the next few weeks our thoughts we get it. It is hard to believe that something like this could have been going on for so long right under our noses, but it is all true. There is even more yet to come therein Toda.

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The Rack 07-02-20

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Please don't do anything stupid. Please do not play with fireworks or blow your fingers off or any other appendage, because that would be very very bad. Also taking all you know safety rules for other things that are happening here in the states it's. It's a fun time here. Let me just tell you it's you're not here in the US. You're listening to the show it. We're having some fun over here. Let me tell you it's just awesome. I'm blinking profusely. You can't see me, but I'm blanking alive. What she is telling you. We're having humdinger time, so yeah This shows should be a lot more fun than it was last week. We are going to have Brent later. In the show to talk the first half of the great American Bash, so we'll have that. Look forward to in the back half of the show. We don't have a ton of news, but we do have some news to get into Beth updates from last week to talk about as well. It's not going to be as bad as what it was. Where we have two major like stories back to back, we don't have. You don't have a bullet points segment planned out. Right like we did last week. Yeah, that was fun. Let me just tell you our sheet last week. It was just a block of news, just a solid age of news. That's how much happened so anyway. Let's get into the news. Our over at NBC films Youtubecom, Such in BG, twelve eleven, and we have to talk about the biggest story that broke today happened right before we came on the Air I. Don't think anybody's really surprised by this, but it's news. Nonetheless, the WWE has finalized its purchase of all wrestling shock surprise. Right. Right at the library. And Yeah. The evolve Russians out of business. This does not mean that W. W N lives business owner that is still alive with shine and full impact, pro and a w. they're still going to happen whenever. Whenever you can't. They can legally be allowed to run at a show in the state of Florida or were gapes, whilst he is no longer with those promotions, he is out because he's working for world wrestling entertainment and they got his promotion evolve out. Ever in evolve I maybe. It had to be very early in the of. Thing. Definitely or W W was involved with them. That's for sure young. Bucks you. Something they don't do. Wait shots fire. What's a super kick potty. Such an Asshole I sort of. What. They work. They worked for dragging. Get USA and others don't know. They actually got into of based on a quick wikipedia search anywhere me so congratulations to Gabe and the entire of all team Hopefully, this is a continuing partnership that is fruitful They've been in bed with W W for quite a while. Working with an x, t hand hand, but now they're officially part of the WW family so much love and respect to everybody there and I hope it's it's a good partnership in a good relationship because what you want. In other big news renee young made a big announcement one. It looks like she's doing better and to. She has released or she's written a cookbook. Yes, he's reading the manuscript for her book. apparently has a playlist of music to go along with it. I was the deadline to get it into the publisher, so yeah, she has high hopes for like seventy something. Different recipes in the seems very excited about it. Yeah, she just a cooking show and she'll be. So. Congratulations to Rene I can't wait to see it and hopefully try the recipes because they're probably very good. It just a couple. Quick quick ish updates from last week. This is not the best news talk about, but we do have to follow up 'cause there are some follow upset occurred first and foremost Jamie Noble came out and said that he has tested positive coronavirus so I hope he feels better very very quickly and very very soon, and in terms of the sexual. Sexual, allegations that have happened Michael has been officially released from impact, wrestling her following an investigation into his accusations, and then next to UK has released Joel Allen Chris Robbers Travis Banks Legario due to their allegations post investigation and then Joe. Coffee has been suspended. Other is no word if that is indefinite, or they're still looking into him, nothing came out about George Devlin or anybody else. That was accused for annex. T UK that still with company currently so that's your update their. God I missed it. What did he send Brent or on the air? What if you want to live in a world where you can see more of the young buck than Zack Sabre junior on the wet W, when well W can now make their evolvement the to us part of your subscription out God. Apparently, that's a thing. That's the thing and then last, but certainly not least everybody. 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I found something that is blatantly sexist that I wanted to bring to his attention. I still haven't gotten any word back about it. I'm not an insider like other people on this network apparently I'm not bff with Tony Yeah dumbers. Reply Anywhere. Wait Jabber got a reply from Tony Gone. He got a reply, and then he made it to wrestling websites. He made the news. He made the newses. Different jobber did he got him? He asked about the rankings and how they were going to be done. After the introduction of the TNT title and Tony Kahn replied to everyone jumped on that and we're like this Tony, concert in response to a fan and therefore. Shoppers name was our joggers tweet was all over the place Turner Yeah, so now title eight twenty cons. BFF Okay all right. We're talking about the W and fighter fest. No, that'd be on Saturday and CD radio. We're here talking about the other half of the Wednesday night war, the one that one in the ratings great. But Not You're talking about the great American. Be Ish. Okay so before we get started on the show, and we just talk about the set, and how they like actually made an effort with the set, they had to corvette, sending their classic, one and newer, one, all decked out in red, white and blue. They had the banner on the on. The side of the to ramp to? They had one white one black. Cool they. They made sure to make it feel different. Okay, this is the thing I didn't know and this. They may have happened before. But, usually for like takeover, offense temple say annex, T right. These WWe! Off a little bit they're. Getting snazzy so I. Don't know that had something noticed well. You know it's because they had a wwe main roster talent on their. You know they. They brought in people from smackdown and everything, so it wasn't just an annex. T show, so you had to break out the WWe buckles. Could you just figure out a logical answer to that question? Yes I did. Turn all. I'm very good in corporate speaking. Think right now. Let's get into the. Can be it. We did make predictions. Yes, we did I grabbed them. I have them on a spreadsheet and I tracked them. Okay, good did Madame job. We should probably make remember. We know like we need to make predictions for the second half done all. The five matches at the added last night or I'm sorry. Four matches that they added last night in the one that was carried over. So anyway. Opening contents was a number. One contenders match for the women's Championship. It featured the code. ACI mayem taken knocks. Can this Laura. It was elimination match. I. Elimination when it I was announced thought into your way when I announced, it was just a four way. Late last week or early this? Over the weekend it was announced the own nation match. So that was your confusion. There's no problem. No I was surprised. Who get eliminate burst, though yeah, but it furthers things and it plays into with. It's going to happen next week. Oh, it makes sense logically looking at it. It's like. The way they're pushing candidate at the moment. She's more of a psychic rather than featured talents, so it would make sense where she wanted to be the one for championship. Just Yeah I love the way the match started though with both emails were just piecing out, yeah. But Dakota playing it up with like no I got a stretch I. I have to strike. Calisthenics side and she running back and forth outside the ring and you can see T. Bitch get in here. Take your weapon. Career. Quick! He's the God damn ring. No stretch. I'm. Right where I am. What I found interesting is teagan has a tation to Kansas. Well answer, buddy they. They had the web series of candace teaching key in begin how to cook one episode series. It was one episode that no, they've had like four or five. They broke it up. Today yet. They filmed a couple of them. Back before candidates you know went lavender. which she went under okay, but it's you can tell it's like even though Kansas has gone dark, occurring tieger or still friends now that didn't stop peaking from play from entering into the museum. Promo and delivering the Pizza, but you know she's just helping out. She's just a good friend all around in. She couldn't help it but me. It took out Kennedy's to get her out limit. I, I. The. Leaving Teagan, Mia, and the CODA me it was. On fire, her dies room point. She was ready to go man like she was like super pumped in super excited for this one thing I'd like. To call like. something May like drag suplex a full Nelson Slam into German, suplex. No Ni- tried not. Not Quite. There she's trying. She's strong. She's getting better to ache then great just she's not calling move sometimes. There was one interesting pot though with the code. Read that one, too. And a half and three quarters, and then she finally kicked out. It's more like she pushed her. I don't know if he was law late for the spot, I think may be late or Dakota forgot the. I don't know who exactly, but they had like. There's a little bit of a moment a little bit. As they called it on counter miscommunication communications. That was the explanation that was the explanation given miscommunication. Wants! One to where the hell are you? At as we've learned from SEAN MR by. Much. Point! Came in was able to. Quick Roll up escaped Then got eight feet. Now. To do a roll up pin on me to limit her, and then it was down to Teagan and Dakota and boy. That's so much fun. I love that this match had the carryover of a lot of the different fields that have been going on for the past eight months. Kiss. You had your main one. which was you know taking into Dakota? Wait? They been feuding part. Why because? Because, Dakota forgot that Teagan was her friend. Dude Dude if I can accept taker retiring. You have to accept this. Okay? Well, take it wants is fine. But the one thing I did have to say I liked was the fact that Raquel wasn't there. That was nice. Yeah, because otherwise if Raquel was there, then it would just be this giant specter, and you're like okay. There's GONNA be a shit ton of interference, but no, it was you actually you know. Let Dakota Wrestle you. Let teagan wrestle. You had MIA and candice. Extend their. Burgeoning feud out! It was just nice to see all of this together and just continuity between things, and when it came to the last two, you had a lot of back story that you could tell because it's like yeah. To hurt teagan. And, even though teague in one the fight you know Dakota has also been able to one per a lot of the time, and so this was taken stance to finally. Get that one big big win over to code especially because the A at shot at being number one contender before in the royal. Yeah, it's like honor satisfied with this in the fact that like the last two times they've met. It's sort of been. The matches were good, but I think we all felt a little cheated. After they were over because we didn't the satisfying ending that, we really wanted so this was the satisfying ending that we've been waiting for between the two wear. T can finally gets her revenge on Dipoto. She didn't have the bonehead moment. which is what happened the last two times? These these girls were involved with one another. Because you had the cage match when she got pinned in the door because she hesitated. And then there was another time on the street. STREETFIGHT was win. taken hesitated get. And I allow. consol recall Gonzalez shop that was Ra- kells debut as the hench woman, and put teagan through the table, really poorly put her through the table, but yeah, this this was finally like teagan overcame the demon that's been hanging around her, and she didn't have that stupid error to cost her she. She did what she needed to do to pull out the. pull out the big win. She hit the Malaita around into the Shany's wizard got that molly garage was beautiful. She connected straight on with it. She hid it perfectly and. One thing I do have to say about this women's match as compared to another places women's matches. This one was fluid. It wasn't a lot of people standing around waiting for the spot hit, it was they just flowed, and or if something came up, they knew how to cover it whereas in other places. A lot of standing and making sure it's like okay I need to be right here and then you're gonna come here and then we're going to do this. Okay, and then we can move to the next thing that shows the signs one. They all know each other very very well. Know how to take care of each other and to this is probably a well rehearsed match. At least the big spots were probably very well rehearsed where they all got together, and they all made sure it was going to look good. No matter what since this was this is. This is a big deal for next. It's not a pay per view per. Per Se, but it's a special event for them, so it's like you WanNa. Make sure you put your best foot forward. Because the women really number one carried at least this first half of the great American Bash, because this this was not the only women's match tonight, but the women have really helped to carry the show, but also the women have been kinda carrying wwe in general. If you noticed lately, they've been all over the product. So you WanNa make sure especially since you're the opening contest on this show that you make sure it is absolutely perfect. She can get it. I feel like they did that here in this match. And what we're seeing right now is a full kind of second renaissance of women in annexed T-. we had the first group, which was the four horse women and you know they played heavily in. Page as well. You had that first crop that really ran that part of annexed T-, and then they all got moved over to know Ron smackdown, and there was a lull, and we were like what what do we do now? And then it was Oscar came along and and had her long-run. In you had Shayna with her long run, but you started to see people coming up and developing through teagan and Takada and candice and you've had you have someone like Mia. Who came in from outside from the other? You know from the independence where she's had a long career and has been able to help supplant some of the missing talent and. It's just it's created a nice resurgent, and then you've got people, you know eeo holding the title, and then you've got Ria. WHO's just? Young, but it's just light years ahead of probably where should be yeah, re re? Is it just rea- spectacular absolute? We're GONNA. Talk about her and her in a minute, but yeah, it's because they found their groove again. Like the like you said the women's division such hit over the years 'cause they not. They lost so many people very very quickly and brought people like MIA and candice ntn into Coda in, but they were just they were just trying to find their footing initially, and some people got hurt. Some people you know, so. It's like they were trying to figure all this out right and. And figure who they were going to make next in terms of the women's division, because there was such a void there and Shane kind of picked up that baton, a little bit and Shayna Kerry that baton for a really long time she held that division, and she carried that division through until people were able to get up to speed and get comfortable and get to where we are now, so a lot of this is credit Shane Fazlur because she was one that sort of help division steady while everybody got Kinda got going, and then we got this last night, which was just again this. This was just amazing to watch because it was. It was just so it was just beautiful like I'm not biggest fan of like four ways multi-man matches, but when they're good, they're really good and I. Mean You. You have those moments where it was like okay. We've got this one on one and the other to kind of fade outside the ring, but there were a lot of spots yesterday where all three or four people were going at it at the same time. Because you know like someone would be sitting. There I think someone was trying to do a super plex, and then all of. Of a sudden, Dakota came out of nowhere with her running boot, and you just had a lot of interaction there and everyone playing off one another instead of just that static. Okay, these guys are going to our one of them's GonNa get dumped outside now the next. We're GONNA fight it was, it was a nice flow that they created an I. think credit goes to you know a motto and Michaels and triple eight for being trusted. The girls be able to carry a match like this putting something together agreed. Yeah, so golf cap, but in the end to get knocks is your winter. I believe she gets your I think that's that's what this was, or it's implied that she's GonNa. Get you it was. It was a number. One contender ship match and the question is she to have to find somebody else to get her number one contender ship back. They just GONNA. Let her keep it. I. TOLD ROCK so she wasn't number one contender ships. Does that mean that she doesn't get to face her? Until survivor series and three other people get shots before. I. Don't know we'll have to see so. What's next? You had Damian pre cutting off my Mackenzie Mitchell basically since next week. He's channeling Cameron Kemin Games to. Match no tricks, no games, but it was. Thatcher only lurking in a hard hitting about hall. I'm seriously surprise. Nobody lost teeth for people who love old school like chain wrestling, strong style stuff. This was your match. It was good. It was enjoyable his hard hitting. It was Emma may ish pure wrestling. Anyway one of my favorite things about this match was only Larkin is just on twitter like screaming. At William Regal I want Timothy Thatcher and realist by fighting like sure whatever here you go, have him enjoy. Go Fort sure. Like that, it was you know we. We've seen the past two or three weeks. The buildup of Thatcher with was at thatches thatch can wrestling from. Where he's slowly manipulating the poor poor souls and just. You know stretching them old Stu Hart style. Network we have to mention heart. That was a Hump Dinger a heart reference rock. Don't be mean. But it was it was. It was really cool to see these guys you know go. Submission style hard hitting and. There's a difference between slow wrestling and deliberate wrestling, and this was deliberate Wasn't you know Randy Orton Kinloch? No, it wasn't a boring was hard hitting. It was as close to realistic. Look thing is, you can get without it actually being real like it was you're you're like okay all right? You can let him go. I think you're actually hurting him letting go. Timothy Oni, Boy. It was Kurt Angle Daniel. except. No this was you've got your little brother in the living room on a Saturday morning, and you're messing him up and your mom is screaming at you to stop. That's what this was. Or your little sister depending on your living situation your sibling. Basically you've got your younger sibling, your wrestling in the living room or your fighting, or whatever and you've got him down on the floor, pinning them down doing something to them, and your mom's screaming at you. That's what that was so in the. Thatcher got the win. This out there after seeing this Timothy Thatcher Injure Gulick. Or picture him and you know Daniel is just sitting there like I want that man. As soon as for to come out and play, you'll probably get him, but Daniels coming out to play anytime soon so. Yeah. The, one thing I thought was funny at the very end, was so they're? They're getting to the finish and the only working like fishhooks him. And Thatcher is just like aw. That's cute goes right into the arm bar and it's like if you're going to tap. You're done. It's one of those things you in that move like you said the Saturday morning. Thing the one thing that you can do that, you know is probably going to try and hurt. The other person is like yeah, go for the is go for the mouth or not, and just like just grab and poll. Yet now and and for Lindsey Timothy Thatcher in. Probably a vow come becoming eventually to the WWE network. Could find again. The could not a one time. Thing the you. Thing. I know but I'm just saying here that they could totally fight again. It would be completely fine like please one. I do like how they're making. No Timothy Thatcher like this I like how they're doing that where it's just like. Yeah, he just messes people up. In thing, speaking of messing people have a carrying cross video package high murder, mom. He, he go kill someone. And? His fiancee is hot. All these. Now says you need on that by the way. Here now. By the way carrying and scarlet, put out a picture with Shotsie, and I'm like I I didn't know I needed this group until right now, but I need this in my life. I mean Shit. It's murder, mom and dad in their adopted green hair. Daughter. I mean what the Hell is wrong with this nothing. Nothing with this at all. Do it somebody do it. Please and one would assume that was direction. They're going anywhere. We're not talking about the spoiler that got dropped by the way the person that dropped that spoiler I. Yeah, fleet with it went to Papa Hunters Office immediately, yeah! On the yeah, don't be posted stuff out on your instagram. y'All. Although I told Rock I have a theory on that, but we'll see okay. You'll have to tell us after Thomas around here. I will tell you later. It is rare Ripley taking on Leah and Robert Stone in an Inter gender imaginative re Ripley lost. She would have to join the Robert Zone brand. Okay, so can we just talk about how monumental this was? In the fact that wwe just really casually throughout in a straight up intergener- match. None of this like tag, be S. or anything like that. No, it was a chick taking on two people. One of them happened to be a dude like. Can we just talk about that? And how they did that was it was interesting. They didn't have the typical rule up while I mean you couldn't do it because there's not. Yeah, re doesn't have a partner, so there's no choice. She has to fight Robert Stone and IT WASN'T A. A, Girl Dude, it was girl funding a brow got I can say I love how he came down to the ring. I love. Okay. For Everyone Robert. Stone used to be Robbie Ian. IMPACT SURPRISE I know. The hair gel out of his hair, but I love the fact. It's like we've we've seen him wrestle there. And then he did the Joseph Park thing where for this match. He's purposefully play bad wrestler. It was so good. And it just shows you like. He has to be good to be able to pull off that bad. It's one of those things like when you have someone who's a singer, but can really do well thinking poorly. You know that they can hit all the right notes I love comes down and fucking boxing gear with the goggles. Looking at like. Are you serious I have to beat that's. Fine Five. Kidding here, let me kick your ass very entertaining. A whatever for whatever it was just very entertaining. The double submission in the end was great. was fantastic. She looks like a beast like she just she did. She looked like an absolute beast she. Has. Issue wasn't the match. I think they did a good job like giving a lia spots of hope. You know like Robert Stone was just an apt you're. Like when he went for the Cross Body Block, and she just stepped over and watched him face plant on the outside. She's like all right, but then Leo would come out of nowhere in like jump on her back to try and turn the tide, and it showed that you know she's a capable wrestler and and everything, but it was just the fact that it. It also highlights that Ria is just a beast and no more evidence than that when she did the, I believe it's called the prison break I think that's what her finish his name now, but when she did it on both people one on each arm, and it's just one of the things like. I saw that and I'm going. Hell you, you have guys. On raw that would not be able to pull that off and yet. She's doing that. What looks to be fairly easily on this show? Yeah, reas just. Is Amazing. I love her so much like I love the new character that she's been doing and just everything that they've got going on with her. In the fact that she is so dominant like she's just that that dominant character in the women's division where she really she has an interest in the title, but she doesn't really need the title like if she gets it fine if she doesn't get it fine, you know she's just out there messing people up. She's not defined by anything else. I really love that about her. That end again. The fact that they just throw in there with guys just threw in there with a guy. No questions asked no. No nothing just by the way here's Robert. Stone enjoy was really epic to me because it's like normally when they're going to do something in her gender, they tried to be like. Oh, well, you know. The guys can't touch girls and vice versa, or they come up with other rules and I understand why they do that like I'm not saying it's bad that they do that, but the fact that we it's been forever since we've really had a true inter. Inter Inter match in wwe like a pure to run. Was Really just monumental to me and a lot of ways. That, they did it. If I. Think in that sense. You have to have the right person to be able to pull it off. We had when we saw wrestlemainia a couple years ago and Rhonda got in the Ring Triple H. You weren't thinking necessarily Oh God aaa just GonNa hurt her. You saw that and you're like Oh Rhonda's GonNa fuck him up that way hunter did that was hunter fulfilling impersonal fantasy I sold maintain that late. I'm not getting around anything else. That was hundred just like enjoying his inner kings for a second. But I mean. Again it's it takes a certain kind of. Mentality. I would say not not body type, but just. Like kind of fighter spirit that to be able to pull that off. Someone like Becky could do that with the right person. Someone like Rhonda or Ria Conception in the ring and you're just like Oh. Yeah, they're. They're gonNA. They're gonNA. Screw up, you know. At least half the roster if they got in the ring with them I'm. Sorry. You'RE GONNA. Say The one thing I was disappointed about was that we didn't get to see what would happen if rea- joint. Ruppert stone brand. That would have been weeks of just gold. I feel like that's coming up like I don't know why but I feel like at some point. Roberts stone is going to get Ria Ripley one way or another like he's going to have to outsmart her with a can't physically be her, but he can outsmart her. Not say that stupid, but you know it's kind of the one advantage that Robert has against her, but either way I. don't really care because Robert Stone in Ria Ripley. There's magic there. There's absolute magic there. I don't know why but I love it I. Want more of it Oh. Robert. You found yourself a friend because I think really like the way that they play at least sincerely enjoys like just messing him up. She's like Oh. You're my friend that I can beat up. I don't know if you've ever seen it, but like if you received ready to rumble, who hasn't? Well, I don't know it's it's. It's at this point, a semi classic movie give it when it was released, but like by the way. If you've never seen it, it is a trash wrestling wrestling movie. You should go watch it. Bailable village real maximum now. It's available Hbo Max Right now anything. Bax, yes? But anyway. I feel like with Ria in Robert. It's Salvin Dini you wrestle. Pretty much pretty much that that is the thing I moving on so me. Lindsey had two different opinions on this match. It was textile, loomis versus Roderick strong I went. Wow, this is going longer than I, thought. This was not nearly as Kinky as I felt it should be. Yup. legit how we were talking about the mets last night. Dexter. Stress what what do you want for meet? The man is a stalker like a straight up stalker. They make no bones about it. He kidnaps people for funsies. You put him in a strap match with rider strong. What do you think is GonNa happen like I was I didn't even know what to expect. I was just like you're putting. Probably the king, he is person you have legit. It gets Rodrick strongly. This was not nearly as much as I thought it should be like I felt like there should be way more weapons and pain, and after care, and it just wasn't there. Shout out to the crowd for challenging likes it. Rodrick strong look like from the second he walked out. He was regretting life choices and was trying to figure out what loomis safe word was kind of it was worst to Shire bitten. He couldn't say right. Shire. Chester we met. Bobby fish try to help. It did not work out for mister strong. Dexter got the I like the callback so as Lindsay brought up. There are two cars on either. There's one car on either side of the entrance ramp. During the match, they ended up fighting back up the entrance ramp and Dexter goes and opens one of the trunks, and you just see the look underwriting space. No God not again. Not Again Nope. NOPE, no, no! And the entire time Beth Phoenix is making the like. Awful references I think he set the four hundred meter dash record running from the car before. Okay, so here's my one one qualm. With with the setup for this right, is they? Do they do the thing with the therapy sessions with undisputed era and they're encouraging roddy to get in the trunk of the car. Right there encouraging him to do that by the way I think. I actually know where they shot that in downtown Orlando to I I think I actually honestly do 'cause anyway I. WE HAVE A. My office has a place down there and I. Think I know exactly where they shot it anyway. so they're having roddy getting another chunk right? I feel like there is a missed opportunity for them to shut the trunk of the car when Roddie gets in it and they're all cheering. They're like yeah, go rod ago. And the car takes off. In the front seat. Driving Away with Roderick strong. Just say coal look like Oh, my God! What did we do and you just have undisputed era chasing the car with Dexter limits and this is going to continue I know this is going to continue. This is not the last encounter between dexter broader, and this is bragging at way more Kinky as the first encounter is a strap match, but like holy crap. I wanted this to be like way more. Like way way more than it was, but it was still good. She'll get me wrong. It was still good. Dexter was just spot on Roddy was spot on like the Promo that they did the set this up. Were rotties like meditating? Because he's so freaked out was perfect. Everything about this was super good, but it was just like. Wow, this is like way less violent than I thought this would be. figure. So you have Escobar on his group coming. Talking about literally Bright Drake Maverick came out. He's seemed like he was looking for a fight. He had backup. In Fun Dongo and Tyler race. I'm on board for this setting up a six man tag match next week. I'm one hundred percent on board for this. Also be Mehan Kenneth Ray streetfight next week seriously I'm worked for that, too. After brawling in the back after rolling in the back, you do I just like it was. Who was the interviewer mechanic man? Mackenzie or McKenzie just she's dropping. Just the usual sports interview afterwards like so candice that matched didn't go the way you wanted it to to. Everyone always goes. I'm just waiting for the athlete to just be like. Yes, thank but candidates is trying to talk to her. Mia comes out of nowhere. Laser starts beating her down. Though before that Johnny is playing. You know the the ever happy husband. So so what you're saying is MIA. Was the shark to candidates helicopter in yes? If you don't get that reference Goto. Zone rocks twitter while talk radio. It's up there. It, we had fun anyway. Shark out of nowhere. Sarcasm know her, but then we had a minute. Wounds champion try in a non title match taking on Sasha Banks this with her dog with Bailey. Bailey Song. No that's her dog was okay. Yeah! The CORGI was Sasha's dog Ryo I think you said. They rolled up in a car. Like like Sasha do and Bailey had a sasha jacket I love the call back into. You Know Sasha Rolling up in vehicles for her entrances in an xt. Nothing though nothing beats the escalate with the bodyguards like nothing open. She rolled up full boss. Yeah, she wrote up Phobos with with the bodyguards and everything Yup. Yup this match. This really Oh God there was one move that we all know. EEO is effortless But when she did the fall away slam into the bridge that was that was Nice Oh. That was. It was one of those like I I looked at it like was. She supposed to hit a Samoan and when she was like. Oh, no ono hit that. She makes it look good I love that. We're finally really getting to see what he is capable of like. We've seen it before, but this was just. This was Eeo at her. Best was Sasha at her absolute best. I loved how they did this match I loved how they told a story and I loved how they got Bailey involved in this, but was it too much, but it wasn't too much, and then I liked the EEO had backup. In Oskaka. Yes, so showed up, so Bailey was distracted with one about gave sausages issues the other bill. And then try to get the other about Oscar showed up. At the midst Sasha's face, which was great and allow Ao to eventually hit. The Moon Salto for the win. Such beautiful moon salt. Let's so pretty. Lindsey here going. Please give us a tag match. Please visit. This to be, bad. You know they're supposed to be a takeover before summer slam. Give this to me next week. I don't care I want this. Okay at the one thing I do have to say I love how they use the entire ringside area for this match including the Plexiglas us around the ring, and I can't remember if it was Sasha or e Oh, who got like power bombed into it, but. Shit I think e O Parham Sasha into it as I recall her. It was Sasha because I was sitting here I was like that's not sanitary. They're going to have to clean that now. There was just this match again. It was so fluid. Sasha being able to hit the media aura EEO with the running needs. It's just all of it together and just. It worked so well I think they finally found something that works for in general. She's not a he'll. She's not that Smiley. You know public gum face like they tried to do with like. In some other people in an x t. they gave her a bit of edge like they did becky on raw, and I think it just works, and her natural personality shines through. She gets to be a bit edgy, but then she also gets that chance where she can smile, but you're wondering. Is it a little sinister? Yeah, it's like what she what she up to. But yeah this was this was so good. This was worthy of being the main event on either night or of a full pay per view this 'cause this the the flip side of this is that we got to see Sasha be Sasha, and it's been so long since we've gotten to see Sasha. Be just like at her absolute best in a solo type situation because you kind of forget how good Sasha is sometimes until you see match like this, and then you're like right right? Forgot about that. I think one of the I think the thing that typified the fact that got the true Sasha was. When. She had Ito in the tree of woe, and she's just slapping her. Saying I made an X. t your where I'm from essentially just like Oh. Oh, where have you been? Yeah, it's like you see this. I built this Charlotte back. I made here. All of this is because of me. All of this is because of Sasha because Bailey, because if everybody else came before you, this was my home. I made this and then they took me away from my home made me go to the main roster, but still yeah man's the one thing was the missed getting spent somebody's face missing pandemic was. Not entirely sanitary, but it. I'm sure it was safe. I would hope it was safe. Harbor was very safe, also released. They're not believing they were. They've been tested. There in the environment contrary to what other people may say, you know what they're doing right by the people and they're making sure everyone's healthy. That is there. Okay so that's the read American batch. What Part One? How do we do so rock? With two and three. Three and two. and Lindsey went foreign lund because she just couldn't decide who she wanted for the Kansas. Kansas was a great pick for the the women's number one contender ship. It just didn't work out that way, but everything else. was just roses for Lindsey. Art Quickly go through to the card. Okay, before I stipulate this. Before I before we do this. Let me stipulate this. Do we want to pick the main event because we know the finish to the main event? No, we're not picking. I was GONNA. Say we can. We can discuss the match if we want to, but. Not Okay so I'm going to discuss it now. What should have happened was? Carrying cross coming out and causing a situation where neither man walked out with chip. Neither man walked out double champion. That's what should have happened. That's what seemed like it's going to happen. Hell, there's still taping. They could change it, but it's especially. Since the spoiler got out there, they could reach. One of those things where yeah they they this gets leaked and then all of a sudden, it's like Oh, they do a second finish. There is Russell who was apparently the others two endings. You're just trying to help your body. Well I mean there could be because I think for Wrestlemainia. Didn't they? Shoot two innings for some of the matches. Sure that like. No okay now. Who has? The card I have one, but it only has three matches, but there's also a Thursday fourth match that I know of just GonNa, wait. It just forgot two of them never mind. Okay, so we're going to go with Johnny Gargano versus is s were Scott. I'm going to say Johnny I think it's a clean sweep, I think. Swerve is going to provide a good contest for him I think Johnny's GonNa. Make him look good as well but I really think you need to give Gargano. He helped put a Keith over at in your house. Okay, your next match is Mercedes. Martinez vs Dot Dot Dot. Martinez. Announced, he was going to have a massive say who against and I. Don't really think it matters Mercedes. Is Getting her promos. She's she's here. all right now. mehan versus Candice l'oeil in a street fight. God, I don't know who to pack. I know who I'm going with. Canvas. Yep I am. She was eliminated I knew this week MIA's there. I think there's going to be some shenanigans. We may see Mr Laret come down to the ring, but I think ultimately can. This is gonNA. pull it out. I feel like came needs a woman. Doesn't need a win. She hasn't really gotten lips since she turned. No, so it's like that's why I kind of picked her. For the four ways is like candice needs a win needs a big win to help really establish the character because she hasn't had that yet, and they've been able to like Kinda. Fix that with promos and everything, but if she keeps losing, it's going to be, too. It's almost two point now where it's like you're not gonNA. Take her to seriously because like yeah, okay, all right you're hear change things. Sure. Yeah, you're going to lose again, so I feel like. She needs to pull out a really big win to be able to recount to reestablish yourself. That's your six man tag. We have L. Llegado Day FANTASMA. Which is Santos Escobar? Your Joaquin Wild Realm does versus Zongo and everyone's favorite new signing drake maverick team Lucia. I think you've you've got. There just to help even it out, I, think one of them is going to beat the heat the pin. You can still have drake and Escobar fight again, but this is all about establishing group. Yeah I'M GONNA. Go with bars group, but I think it will be a highly competitive match I. Don't think it's going to be a squash match. And I think Rozan go and drake are gonNA. Come back for more or at fairly straight will come back for more. Details. and. You're main event of night to the great American Bash keithly versus Adam Cole winner-take-all. As we talked about what should happen in, say non finished with carrying cross laying out both men neither man can walk out double champions, but one thing I like about the bill for this match is that they've hyped them both up showing all of their accomplishments. If you know, pull, we all know about coal over a year holding the belt. He's run through every challenger. 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Cyber Security Attacks on the Rise #1528

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Cyber Security Attacks on the Rise #1528

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Daddy is the sponsor here at keaton new central. Well what's going on. I know last thursday. I was Scheduled to do a show for you. you know and be honest with you. I've always said that it my attitude if my energy if it just didn't feel like i should do a show. I shouldn't do a show. And i did it last. Thursday may motivation was in the crapper I don't know why it was just one of those days. So yeah no show last thursday and it just Better to do one where i have the right mindset and be and in doing this show this long. Also you know i. I'm not I'm trying to be careful in all aspects of my life to not hit burn out. I've got a lot going on a lot. A lot and So try not to hit. Burn out and leave work. When i'm supposed to leave work and all that stuff It 'cause it's never ending. The work never ends. It'll be there the next day for me so it is what it is but this wednesday. I'm headed hawaii. I'm planning on a show on thursday. It may it's not going to be lie. Don't know exactly when it's going to drop You know kirk is going to put The show production together and he doesn't get around that until about six pm on the east coast. Saw can see where. I'm at time wise. It might even be friday morning but we've got to move around the new media shows 'cause i'm plying out on wednesday Was able to get my cova test on sunday. Got a rapid test. This time right here in town couldn't believe it had my test results in one hour so that's already been up to the travel site in hawaii. Tomorrow i gotta fill up my questionnaire and then wednesday about four o'clock in the morning i'm gonna be driving to chicago and got my parking set up at the chicago. Folks have raised parking against. I'm doing off site. Parking saving myself about seven dollars a day. It's still not cheap and with when you stay on the airport for seven days. They wanted three hundred and six dollars in their cheapest was actually eight. By the time. I get back. And i'll bet it's three hundred and six dollars for eight days 'cause all these extra taxes in the service i use the grand total was actually less than half one hundred and fifty three dollars for the eight days parking roof parking. Not in an enclosed parking or anything like that but that was that was the cheapest so not cheap the park in chicago at spor shore Detroit's that much better but it is what it is. So had now to chris's graduation. Which is friday. The twenty first so Looking forward to that and we're having a dry by Thank for him on sunday. Repeat because you're not still not loud hawaii big crowds. They're still essentially on heavy restriction locked down as compared to a the majority of the rest of the country So anyway that's what's going on here and So some sort of show from hawaii. And i'm gonna probably be using a a hand held might to do the the show so That's what we're gonna do. Or what i'm gonna do and Get abated From honolulu so hope. Everyone's doing well and the spines you healthy and safe the kirk scott good lineup of content or tonight in the podcast so going to really start off by talking about two thirds of cis os across the world expect damaging cyber attack the next fourteen months many on. These coast are still reeling from the colonial pipeline. Attack and drummer is. They paid the ransom but a proof. Point voice of the cis. Oh survey was conducted first quarter of twenty twenty one and features insights from fourteen hundred cis owes at oregon of two hundred employers or more across different industries in fourteen countries. And they're all thinking that this is going to be a An another year of major cyberattacks and cybercrimes taking advantage of the disruption accelerate various activities So that's that's big now. The fear was biggest at c. I associate retail companies in lewis among those working the public sector. Of course those in the public sector really don't have to worry because they're not really affected their their employees of the state or federal but at the same sixty six percent of them did not believe their enterprise was ready. Handle the facts of an attack while we know that Utilities are definitely affected here and But they all think that the quickest route into their systems is email compromise and people clicking on sept. they aren't supposed to and In the ship to teleworking and hasty to play remote environments that made it difficult to protect sensitive information. It was going on. So and i think this is probably pretty Pretty accurate so they're also worried about the money. Money companies are putting towards cyber security. And all the other things that go along with it so maybe we'll have more pipeline shutdowns and those types of nefarious activities out there so anyway link will be up in the show notes for you check out definitely check it out over. Eating central dot com definitely appreciate when you go over and check all the great content. May my writing team is doing not at a small expense. Please pay attention to that and support it appreciate when you do. We share articles so forth. At&t is merging warnermedia at discovery to create a new media giant. And they feel. This is a better way to compete with disney and net flicks and the age of streaming. The did the deal will bring a lot of familiar names. Tv and film world under one rupe wonder meaning owns. Hbo cnn cartoon network tbs tnt. And the warner brothers movie studio which is responsible for such huge franchises. Such as batman now discovery operates on numerous cable net or discovery rates. Numerous cable networks inkling. Hdtv animal planet food network tlc. Both companies also have their own string platform. Hbo maxon discovery. Plus of this combination could be an interesting one. Maybe help us reduce cost a little bit. The board both. At and t. Discovery proved the deal to sign up by. Regulators deals all stock transaction. Which you'll see. At and t. Received forty three billion in combination cash debt securities in debt retention on the part of warnermedia. Eighteenth shoulders all series receive stock. Were seventy one percent of the new company while discovery shareholders will own the remaining twenty nine percent and The new companies lead is yet to be announced. Oh excuse me The new company which is yet to be named we'll be led by discovery chief executive david zaslov it super exciting combine such historic brands. So this is This is going to be an interesting move for sure. And this is a significant u- tuned for a and t which for struck a deal choir warnermedia then known as time warner and two thousand sixteen eighty five billion dollar and of course acquisitions posed by the justice. Department said it may lead to higher prices for consumers and after he's arraigned in court to deal was finally proven two thousand eighteen now than now just three years later. It's being undone as recode. Peter copy notes announcement follows. Something of a trend is phone. Companies that tried to make it as immediate collaborate divest themselves of one unwanted assets and of course in eighteen ounces spinning object. Tv with the new with the new firm valued at sixteen point two billion S which basically cost eight significant loss to. At when they spent forty eight point five billion board and of course earlier this month rice announced it sold off aol in yahoo. Those companies were bought by private equity firms for five billion. Roughly half but barisal originally paid so This new combination of warnermedia discovery will likely become the world's second largest media firm by revenue after discovery with an enterprise value of about one hundred thirty two billion dollars companies. Expect to save about three billion analii from synergies between the do businesses in other words mean that means lots of people losing jobs. So we'll see what happens with this but when you merge to big media companies like this you know there is gonna be major fallout climate wise so should not come as price. Hey checked in today via facebook or youtube live or twitch or twitter where you may be watching. Please leave a comment on the live video. Make sure you say hi. We think you when you do. So of course the google i o twenty twenty. One is coming google's big developer conferences back after not going last year. The online only event kicks off tomorrow may eighteenth and all signs points to it. Being a big one sunder pataki himself said during an off the earnings call that the show would beat your significant product of bates an announcement from everything. We've heard so far. According to in gadget that seems to be the case. Now there are a lot of expectations. They're gonna be talking new an android google play. What's new in the web platform talking about kresa web apps machine learning google assistant material design chrome has android accessibility. Google play lots of other things lots of android news assistant. Smart home improvements. Big were where. Os another words watches. Of course pixel buddy series. What's coming there And there's a few longshots about what's going to happen with pick pixel and so forth and but anyway we'll see what happens over the three day event. What's announce what showed up what to expect so those of you there android users or even use any. The google products will be very excited about this and lots lots lot coming. Of course we made news on this awhile ago but parlor has officially returned the app store and was interesting. You won't see everything you do on non apple devices though. So if you're using parlor on google you'll have a little bit different experiences. You will on apple devices because anything that the parlor i marks as well. What do they call it. Company policy chief. Amy peacock maintain the polar allow the maximum amount of legally allowed speech acknowledged that a good relationship with apple is key to us apps future and the social networks ios app Is largely the same but now hides yes. hides postmarked hate by parlors. A i based moderation system. You have to use an android device or the web to see those posts that the ai has marked as hate so this is interesting is the company also announced a new ceo. His name is george farmer. We taking over the departing in term. Ceo mark mettler. Farmers been serving coo since march and we know that apple kicked out polymer wake of the january six us capitol riot and That's an interesting move here Neither amazon oh north near the amazon nor google. Restored polar as as of this writing. So apparently it's going to be largely Ios how you have to use android bites or the web so must be there is going to be something on android but anyway You see anything interesting in this redeployment love to hear it. Screenshots are cool as well so definitely checked out bound. The parlor app is back in the app store. Twitter's paid subscription could cost to ninety nine a month. So yes this is not one of those hoaxes as somebody might hurt. Twitter could be considering a new paid subscription model for those wondering. How much a service could cost really could be a a researcher. Jan manchurian wong has revealed. A cop could possibly end up being to ninety nine a month and had several saw on as twitter. Bloop however it seems the to ninety nine could be the base price for the service. She claims that there could be multiple tiers in the higher tiers could give users access to more pay features so like undoing tweets so forth. I see no reason to start paying twitter for twitter because they already shove enough ads in front of me at. I really see no feature a no future and paying twitter to ninety nine. How about you love to hear feedback geek. News at calms email. A use deaf drop knee aligned. Tell me it would you pay for premium twitter That is the question. So if you're down in australia qantas is doing a superman scenic flight to take passers closer to the lunar eclipse so cosmic cocktails and superman. Cakes are on the menu for the may twenty six journey above the clouds. Now seeing you in australia. You can't go anywhere unless you're like some superficial because your company. Your country has you quarantine and locked down from any international travel. Isn't that something. They will not allow australian citizens that are not essential to leave the country. That's pretty crazy. There's a total lunar eclipse on the may twenty six. Most of that means stepping outside the right time during out or turning into a livestream. Some lucky fires stairs australia. Get on board a qantas plane above the clouds and witnesses super moon while wearing a mask from the air. The moon viewing is the entire destination for the two point. Five our be seven. Eighty seven dreamliner super moon scenic flight. It takes off from sydney. So they're going to clough climb above the clouds but before we get too excited. The bad news is already so doubt moon band snapped up over one hundred seats at price ranging from Australian dollar four ninety nine to fourteen ninety nine that works out to about eleven hundred to seven hundred or eight eleven hundred dollars on the top end for two point. Five hour flight so Anyway maybe we'll see some of those superman pictures from some of those super moon tourist. I was pretty surprised. I was going through my youtube. Subscriptions yesterday. in but by being bought a boom spacex launch fifty two more starling satellites to orbit on saturday. Now why not. Sixty will hit to write chairs aboard They set up a small satellite from startup. Cappella space and a t vac style also hitch a ride on launch. What's interesting is one of those Lights with a synthetic aperture radar satellite. Which i know just a little bit about so With this fifty. Two additional startling antennas. The company is now sent more than five hundred and thirty starlink satellites space since since march. Think about that five hundred thirty since march all them on unused rockets and they're expecting have at least one additional launch likely new works. Were later this month crazy right. Think about the pace. They're going here. I'm that means more. They put up the closer. I get to get my starlink antenna and having more options. Remember out canoe. It's canoe is a company. Companies building a lifestyle vehicle. Well originally were going to like make it an on-demand type of thing where you could You know a subscription only but this is not the case said canoes first consumer lifestyle vehicle could cost almost thirty five thousand taking advance orders now for. I believe at twenty twenty three delivery so It's it's definitely. Ev van and Sony those options are available for you. If you are interested in what canoe is doing can definitely check it out. Link up in the show notes but Top end of those vehicles will be about thirty Forty nine thousand which could be pretty crazy and It'll have up to three hundred horsepower and at three hundred thirty two pound foot peak. Torque with a two hundred fifty miles of battery range. So they've tried to license their their platform out to like hyundai and others. That has not worked out apple trying to beef up their case it is about ready to Go down apple. No it's chosen not to take a cut of four hundred billion dollars in physical goods and it also spelled spends fifty million on. Wwe dc so. What's interesting about this article is. They're trying to convince a judge is not milking the app store for all it's worth and they dropped some big numbers in this case. But if you think about it. How much have you bought on amazon. Do your iphone. Probably a little bit and apple doesn't take a cut on that but that's not the same as app stuff right digital products. They take thirty to fifty percent on digital products and they say because they spent fifty million dollars a year or throw its worldwide. Developer conference that. That's giving back to people that you know. Of course it doesn't. It's not cheap to go to www see. I think it's like almost two thousand dollars to attend. Ww dc but they are really trying to make an attempt to make themselves look better. There's stabbing in the laws tedious. Way that there's lots of app store benefits there aren't really the app store itself is attempting to undermine epochs claim about the profit margin salvage the apps or can't be separated from the phone itself so It's interesting move here. Schiller victory over there said apple spent hundred billion on research and development over the past fifteen years eighteen billion that just last year. Twenty twenty so they they deserve this. Thirty percent cut in revenue. That is the case. A great article. Nasa chief bill nelson talks rockets moon plans and partnerships. And i will say. This guy's probably as a politician He started out as a state. Lawmaker near florida's space coast and he went to congress in nineteen seventy-eight then become the house for city matt member to actually go to space in one thousand nine hundred eighty six flying as a payload specialists aboard space shuttle columbia and of course he spent three terms senate shaping nastase budget helping steer from the policy sides. Nassar's plans returned the moon before losing a reelection bid in two thousand eighteen. So now he's the new nasa administrator sworn in on may third and he's got a good interview done by the verge here and When the questions was how is how are you enjoying your new gig at nasa. He's drinking from a fire hose it. They respond What's that like. Site trained sips of water of an avalanche of water. Coming at you. i'm having ball. It's is a true statement. Of course this is matter that had some experience in and passion about. It's a great privilege for me to have been nominee confirmed for this jobs. We got a lot going on the sheer. And you'll be seeing those things unfold. So he talked about The dome was spacex and their three billion dollar ward on how that's been contested. Need more money to competitively bid and all this other stuff so lots of good questions here. I think that many of you be interested in so definitely. Check it out at the show notes for you to review. We had seen the vullo copter. Originally it seat. Yes a few years ago. But germany's electric aviation startup. Vullo copter revolt revealed today a new electric vertical takeoff landing aircraft targeted. The suburban to city commuter. Now our we saw one of these would have been perfect from why but why needed to land would have been probably impossible but the four seater vullo connect design have arranged a sixty two miles making well suited for trips between the suburbs and city. Their craft designing a significant departure from the city. The company's first passenger e. v. t. o. l. that is designed for shorter. Chips the t. Seat volvo city has to be certified which has to be served has a twenty two mile range so they expect this one said. This new crap will reach a speed of one hundred twelve miles per hour at top speed at one. Fifty five and chiefs achieve fight certification by twenty twenty. Six and of course will be very expensive. A lot of electric stations starves are competing brisk company bring in aircraft marquette. Even as wooo copter released this new design the company's primary focus on launching an air taxi service so which we use a smaller velocity aircraft in singapore by twenty twenty three. So we'll see what happens here. They have to go through the eu aviation safety administration and the case a singaporean relevant aviation authority there and good luck getting it here in america so those of you that are signing up for apple music may know that with the release of iowa's fourteen point six release candidate apple is preparing to release apple music lossless so those view that Our audience files and this is exciting news. But you have earbuds. Those aren't going to support it. But they believe that. There's a truly new wireless in ear. Beats and remember apple owns beats that are going to be coming to market so they think this is what is going to be part of the announcement sometime in early june about the lossless apple music offering now amazon announced something today as well. I'll get to that here in a few minutes. But based on what. The folks at nine to five mac found beats studio. Buzz also feature an apple chipped offer instant pairing in the. Hey siri feature compared to cured powerbeats pro beats maybe beaches of by apple by. I thought it was But anyway we'll see an according to apple cordy rubers also working third generation airpods but no mention those were found in. Today's is release so we'll see and Gave a good internet connection. Be able to listen to lossless. Music nopd a crappo. Mp threes that you get to listen to now quote unquote. Facebook is interestingly once other companies to use their oversight board. Why would i want us. Facebook's oversight board base macree the oversight board halibut solve its most difficult content moderation decisions but though the body is often referred to as the facebook spring court baseball executives have suggested some of their peers could one day benefit from the board services to now such a move would have obvious benefits facebook. Which would be able to claim. Their experiment with self-regulation is so successful that their competitors choice chose to join in. But can you imagine being a competing platform and what incentive there is to doing so so it's interesting. It's an interesting idea but Anyway there's very long article on this about the potential. The white people won't and facebook's political play in this regard so again i think competing platforms have little incentive to participate in going to facebook way now if you're buying cryptocurrency listen there's a lot of cryptocurrency movements right now it's up down a down a down and there's a lot of people making accounts impersonating people making wild claims elon. Musk has been impersonated. The most but elon musk. Impersonators have stolen more than two million dollars in cryptocurrency since october. You should never ever send your cryptocurrency that you have purchased this summer. That's going to say. I'm going to double triple or quadruple your money because once you send that money to someone it is gonna promises of guaranteed huge returns or claims your cryptocurrency will be multiplied are always scams always scams. The t. said in its report. It was released today for years. Scammers has poed. Musk and order fraud. Social media users out of cryptocurrency. They used his. Septic tap bigs on sites like twitter off using the same avatar images as moscone account and slightly misspelling his username pretending to be musk's scammers aspect gibson see to a specific wallet dressed in exchange for receiving large payments in return. This goes against twitter's policy on deceptive accounts. But they can't keep up with everything since last. October consumers have reported losing more than eighty million dollars in cryptocurrency scams increasing more than ten full year over ear and consumers who's around nineteen hundred dollars on average through these scams and again two million because of people impersonating elon. Musk so Be very very wear. Okay don't send your grip delta nobody fi you know the v. cameras i don't have any. Up cameras but some of you have up cameras in your baby rooms. Movie blames a software bug for breach expose users video footage to strangers and another thing. People are doing if you buy. Listen to me if you buy a camera system security system that's wired in. Your house is ip based those cameras have used any password loggins and they guess you'd have your network set up. They'll never jump across. But you have to be very very careful. Make sure you change the username and passwords for those cameras so that you don't get trouble k. Just aware of that because you can so my cameras have a administrative username password. That i implemented. It's not the public one or one that's not even exist so Be careful on these on these digital cameras that ub blames it software bug for breach expose users video and they quote unquote dixit. They tell to unplug your ub device and plug it back in. I guess that's what's it'll beat but It's been going on for a couple of days. Apple watch launches a pride. Tradition band celebrate. Lgbtq plus community the new band celebrating the community on the international against homophobia transphobia and bi phobia. so Show your support. Michael went out there and Getting the pride edition band so Kinda cool per apple to do that. Link be up the show notes. She could find information about it. Amazon's launching a new help safety initiative designed to have workplace injuries. Now listen to this. Apparently they get a lot of people get hurt in their warehouses. The new program launching. I see nited states includes physical and mental exercises helping eat healthy eating tips and mindfulness and meditation tools amazon else working. Well a new slate of health and safety initiatives aimed at reducing workplace injuries working wells part e commerce giant three hundred million dollar investment into safety projects with the goal of cutting recordable instance by fifty percent by twenty twenty five amazon said that forty percent were really. The injuries include sprains and strains from predator moshe according to release pilot programs from working. Well help decrease the muscular skeletal injuries by thirty two percent from two thousand nineteen to two thousand twenty. So how many of you that. There's some people this. Listen the show that works in the amazon warehouse. What do you think about this on a hear from you. Want it makes you take care of your your mind and your body. How about longer breaks above that. Really love to hear from you you windows users out there. Raleigh cosmic users to were always looking way to speed up her pc. So the folks that computerworld have fifteen ways to speed up your windows ten machine if you want to optimize window tends take a few mistrials on these tips to speed up your pc and make it less prone to perform it system issues. And of course changing your power settings disabling programs at run on startup. These are all basic things that us ready boot to spit it. Speed up this cash gains. Shut up windows tips and tricks. So there's a whole list of stuff here you can do. Many of these are long time tips and tricks that can use to help. Speed up the machine so waymo. There's a great video and matter of fact there's a guy that rides around and waymo got fifty two youtube videos up. The shows him riding in a way mon driverless car but a waymo vehicle repeatedly drove away from roadside. Assistance dispatch with administered car becoming stuck and he got stuck like three times. It really didn't do well around a construction area with cones. So it's a pretty entertaining thirty five minute video. You can jump through the different sections and and see what happened but they finally had to get a driver and into drive it away of a. It just couldn't handle some of the things that was going on. But you know the waymo experience seems to be working pretty good but It didn't do well in this particular incident blocked up some traffic through for wild. Probably people were pretty upset but Anyway self driving taxi block road in arizona after being confused by link closed off with traffic cones began to videos kenny entertaining. Now imagine this. You are a journalist. You request information from city to gentlemen joshua ferguson and david curly frequently made public records request in the course of covering city government for a local blog in the city of bullets in california The blog was called friends for bolton's future in the city is dropbox of bill. Large file requests in response to june sixteen thousand nine hundred requests for records related to police misconduct ferguson. Curly were sent a link to dropbox folder containing a password protected zip file but a city. Employees also sent them a link to a more general out. Books shared folder that contained potential records request documents. That had not yet been reviewed by the city's attorney. The folder wasn't password protected or access restricted. At the time they were nineteen zip files in outbox five of which were not protest. A password protected the bloggers download the files related to the records request in the nineteen zip files in about link in unprotected files ferguson and curly found emails relating to police internal affairs investigations and insurance claim regarding automobile crash involving an alleged drunk city employees among others throughout june the bloggers publish posts using the documents as source material. The city sent to cease and desist deceased and desist letters claiming the files were confidential. Well the ultimately sued them said they had hacked the system now again the city sent them links even though they sent them by mistake well they basically decided to settle. the city. Bulletin city council treats three to to settle the suit under the term semi so pay the dependence two hundred three thousand dollars in terni costs and sixty thousand dollars each in damages and the city wall so posted a public apology on. Its website but these two gentlemen had supported of the bat and the reporters committee for freedom of the press support of the bloggers. They said hayward they didn't hack they were sent. A link by buying employee doesn't matter. They made a mistake. They sent him link. They weren't hacking so interesting. Case in those guys that two hundred thirty three thousand dollars a lawyer piece that's nuts it really really is an artificial intelligence powered. I wanna read this exactly how it says here a i power. Jerry raises twenty eight million dollars. Help save money on car insurance. Sounds like a commercial right. It's not when art a girl. Oh my god. Argo wall was growing. Common india. Car ride was a rare treat and car. Ownership was a dream when he moved the united states and bodies first car. He was shocked by how much it cost and how difficult it was to maintain a car. So he conned founded a company called your mechanic and one crunches disruptive of the year that provides on demand automomotive mobile autumn on-demand automotive mobile maintenance and repair services. And now get jerry. Dot com g. E. t. j. e. r. r. y. dot com and i on opened up is announcing as more than fifty seven million dollars in funding including a twenty eight billion series b. round to basically have an app that helps you find car insurance so get jerry. Dot com is easiest and fastest way to compare and by car insurance and they look at a huge number of insurance comes in matte live mercury cmap fire progressive chubb nationwide zimper. Aig liberty mutual metro mile. Bristol wes again. A whole bunch of it insurance car insurance comes clear cover met li- goes on and on and on and on i fifty two different insurance companies. A oh you get quotes up up to forty five companies. They'll send you quotes. Compare your current coverage and they'll send you new quotes every time your policy comes up renewal and they'll help you cancel your old policy and help be signed up with a new policy by transferring what you have an average. They've saved customers eight hundred dollars a year. I'm almost positive that i buy went and used this. I could find cheaper insurance that my my insurance from. Us a which is pretty crazy price and as long as they're reputable insurance company and they pay my claim. If i smash my car getting a rack or whatever it may be. I think that's the challenge here is at least you get to pick. I mean i have to pick the cheapest one but you can pick one. Maybe it's in between so get jerry dot com looks like a great placing the app on the app store. The great reviews check it out a. Ged t. j. e. r. y. Dot com are river red box. Well red box a dvd rental kiosks and streaming companies going back to the public markets on monday red box announce it has reached definite agreement to combine with seaport glow acquisition corporation. A publicly traded special purpose acquisition company and deal giving the combined companies and enterprise value six hundred and ninety three million dollars and so they're still trying. I haven't seen red box in a long time. They were in hawaii. Pretty big is it is red box out there. I have not seen A red box box in my town. I guess there's forty thousand kiosks across more than one hundred fifty retail partners so Can't tell us. I saw red. Box is not bunny. They were all over the place. Why don't remember seeing one. Since i've been back here in michigan all right Let's see you're already talked about that. Oh this is he knew the naughty stuff was gonna come out since bill gates and his wife have announced their divorce plans to get a divorce. There's a report and is coming out now is says it. Bills gates departure from microsoft. Board in twenty twenty was largely due to a probe into an employee affair. That happened over twenty years ago so there was a fair. I was twenty years ago which ended amicably e bay. Apparently bill had Hit up a couple of women and And they were gonna do an investigation into it and he resigned before that was all done a second port at the weekend in new york times also detailed two thousand nineteen investigation force says spoke to sources to allege that gates had a reputation for questionable conduct and worked related settings and bills a party animal before of course refining re responding through import gates venture rep told the stir the claim mistreating employees also bought at the rumors and speculation surrounding gates. Voice are becoming increasingly absurd. In you know this is gonna all this dirt gonna come out because melinda wants money for the kids here see. The heat is only agreed to give each of them ten million dollars so he she wants a little bigger little bigger piece of pie. So we'll see how much more dirt comes out. Talk about early and show amazon. Music unlimited plans now to include hd streaming at no extra cost. And of course announce it comes on the heels the apple introducing high fidelity streaming so. This didn't take too long. So the hype. Adelie music stream battle has suddenly got much more intense apple music announce a lossless streaming option amazon. Means we each the plan available. Be music unlimited scrubbers. A new costs starting today. Music unlimited members in those countries now have access to more than seventy million songs high-definition more than seven million ultra-high d. And rapidly growing calorie of three d audio include songs mixed in dili outlets and sony. Three sixty are acording amazon. The losses h. e. songs had bit depth sixteen bits and his cd quality sample rate of forty one point one kilohertz ultra hd streaming. Meanwhile has a bit depth. The twenty four bits the sample rate of up to one hundred ninety two kilohertz so music's getting better have good headphones to be able to enjoy. Lg lg internet leak suggests internal file fire sale of unsold unruly smartphone is biz exits the mobile market. This should be a non surprise. But the company's listing their phones at fire sale prices to get rid of them and So if you're looking for nell g phone looking for something cheap. This might be an interest to you so definitely check it out some of those really cool here but i'm never gonna buy one. Samsung has its next generation of flexible displays. And kind of a trifle thing going on here. So folds out looks like a big tablet but it's actually the size you know. Probably even oversight phone also Looks like a larger samsung display. That will fold up and a tablet that folds up as well so Lots of options here. So you're samsung ban and here you're interested in those flexible space link. Ob up shown those for you. Take a peek. At pretty seamless. It's a beautiful picture. It's really true. That's a mobile phone and But picture on it actually has data today which is kinda cool so definitely check it out link a b up shots free to check out the final article tonight. Fda says iphone se poses low risk to implanted medical devices. Of course when iphone twelve was launch apple introduced a new charging feature called the safe different from the one used in. Apple's older mac books. This is a magnetic charging system that magically is a charging puck to the back of your phone also sounds pretty cool and useful but some have raised concerns of magnus could affect implanted medical devices like pacemakers in the fda has just basic said nope. But i think there's a couple of exceptions we believe. The risk of patients is low in the is not aware of any adverse events associated with this issue at this time however while he say risk is low you also advises those whose medically planted devices if they should still be whereabout. The pinter potential risk involved in me speak their healthcare provider on how best easy devices are not use them at all apple themselves at previous posts on their own support documents where they'd buys users medical implants keep the i bone at least six to twelve inches away from their implants boy. That's it's kind of hard to remember all the time all right. I've got a comment. Came in. Or actually richard one of our listeners. Rocket scientists blamed by elon. Musk and it's youtube video ted interview. It's pretty cool. It's about a fifteen minute youtube video. If you wanna learn about rocket science on the stuff that you may have known already definitely check it out. So richard thanks for sending that over. I definitely appreciate you doing so and yelm links for the show if you have comments ratio or or cool articles like that. Send him to me. Geeked news jima dot com mc. She i. I'm getting a ton a ton of e mail in the geek news inbox so in the subject line. Say four. The show megan. It's a comment for the show. So i don't miss it This morning cleared out like six hundred emails. I went through was reading subject line. So if i missed something you've said i i apologize but definitely make it stand out so that i know what the comment is. The comment is for. The show is definitely appreciate when he do. Richard also and sent the link to the star lincoln boxing video that we shared some time ago but I can't wait. I can't wait to get that starling antenna so anyway here's what's up next show From honolulu would definitely going to try to do. Show on thursday told kirk to prepare to do show prep for thursday podcasts. I fly out wednesday again in the in the afternoon. No rental none available so It's gonna be interesting How that's gonna work out from transportation standpoint. I've got some things worked out to be able to do that. Talk about it when i get back from the trip. How it went but Kobe tests taken. I'm guess i'm ready to travel built myself. My health questionnaire tomorrow so that Get all the final steps in. He had a a tannery the censure cohen test yet to build your health questionnaire. And if you have all that done when you arrive in honolulu and your scan your barcode use supposedly will not have to quarantine and we'll see if that works again as it is supposed to but anyway That's it and wrap you up here. Thanks for being here. Thanks for being part of the family. Deadly sending mail to the show if you want to geek museum dot com on your comments when thank god daddy for their ongoing support my thank our readers. Yes with thank you insiders for your continued contribution in inside. Podcast is still coming. I know i know. 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I don't worry you don't even know that Nope I mean I know kilborn because of the street Oh okay what was born in Ranby Connecticut was born in Grammy grandbaby grand his paternal grandfather vented the modern steamboat. Nice really into math sure who isn't if you're out in the wars I mean you're out in the middle of the forest you'll get some nothing's better than division by Tree Congress Congregational Church so after the war the Episcopalians were considered traders so James he could either the war veteran of founder of the Ohio territory and Ohio Representative James was in he was the policies Jesus for so when you're looking at your workplace benefits this month make sure to double check your life insurance options then go to policy dot com to get quotes Louise Someone's GonNa Louise I don't fucking need comfortable perfect for on the go listening and for taking phone calls Gareth gotTa pair that he's losing his mind for he was one of the wire guys need I'm just having a beer nobody said anything they were GONNA so a lot of influential families move in I bought in the Ohio wilderness okay sounds like Dicey Oh yeah it's dicey we're moving to the woods typical application of math towards navigation surveying and Engineering Sh- NERD and in his mom died when he was five sure time to get a job that's all we've got within a few years white people flooded into Ohio a lot of dill the case the first option let's make a deal take what's in the box yeah so am Byron was two years old the family moved to some land his father entity pursued math passionately as a child so I hate him he was very interested in the long yet me there yeah so so he would he was father's company store okay that's pretty old to start working in this everyone's like doing yeah slacker get together she died during childbirth when he was five so he was really like hanging on for dear life there I well not mother I'm not finished inside well you do is you should work on an hour all about your dad and then when you do it for the first time I'll watch it on stage with you and just jump in every now and then that's fucking nuts can you to live in Connecticut getting tons of verbal shit and being treated as second class citizens or it could leave so he stays he left Oh weird what have we are choice I read your Bible Doctor I know I'm Dr so then Byron good he's a bad man we should do on them my God that is actually a great and to pursue other interests especially math just frustrating to hear about then I'll get into the Panama Canal which I love then I want to take an intermission and here's why a higher wilderness after three years he was promoted to engineer and led the construction of the Ohio and Miami Canals Yeah for sure to was raised mostly by his three older siblings until James remarried three years later when Byron was thirteen he left school and got a job as a clerk at its and as was Byron older brother so when he was sixteen Byron decided to become a land surveyor okay so surveys were hired a hearing what his brain was into makes my brain hurt yeah yeah as he got hurt today I don't care in eighteen thirty two byron had to retire because he developed rheumatism Oh sorry Byron wanted to be a lawyer but his dad was super against lawyers because he was in debt creditor lawyers come after all the time when then wouldn't you be due to what's your third Panama but you forth irritate ager your mom died that's when you get a job mechanic. At that point he encouraged I'm from his expeditions okay so he took some time off so he focused on more development projects and undertook the construction of the Milan ship canal the federal government to explore New Territories Mapam out use that information to plan develop administer land right shareholding surveyors were scarce because and the ends of the Earth Shelby brought near and the land shelby full of gladness. Jesus Christ was everyone like Richard Shelby made from one extremity of the Empire to the other on which shelby transported the merchandise of the east and the rich stuff to this part of Ohio so Byron grows up powerful people developed political and social connections at a very young age he's well educated I want to borrow your ipad to see who the running back for the forty niners as you made it so after your off he has rheumatism eased up a little bit so he decided to start surveying again all right he wanted to explore the rush with water did it all right that's everything we've covered it all a big I was Kinda fucked I mean everywhere was but still is whatever fun little moment little light moment everything's still fucked anyway so many territories were expanding demand was high and that meant J. getting a job was super easy so he he got a job right away sorta working explores the of the West there needs to be in a Lipsius before that he had no idea what he was talking about nothing was written down and the rich stuff from the other side wrote a big ditch shelby made does this guy think we don't know what canals it's a big feels like that in seventeen ninety five French Canadian furtrher Jacques Vo stay on topic look good for a while and then it got fucked again capitalism's good James so James was also a surveyor that's what he was doing the James Business collapsed and collapsed in nineteen eighteen in the aftermath of the war of eighteen twelve there's a financial panic that took down many Ohio banks too so water ditches we're going to hire someone else okay that's I'm hearing that a lot all right I'm GonNa go do multiplication near a Bush agitated and then you can just go home this is what I don't like talking about this the friction I've talking back you talk like an Emma's we're friends get out by ridden you finally just split open any rolled that's that's what childbirth what if you don't make the canal or ditch water that's what we're calling them now yeah They built a trading post Along the Milwaukee River here's the first permanent it's very cold and brisk Green Bay it's Nice in one thousand nine hundred eighteen Vu handed off his I know it's one of your places but don't give a shit He built his first log cabin and Milwaukee and then the first an early settler quote Juno right genucel you know what happened relationships with his native American neighbors unlike all the other American settlers in judo town right I guess go do this yes figure out how I can defeat these fucking people that's what I would be like I support you totally for selfish reasons get working so encouraged the river this is where he lived in the winter in the springs he lived in summary lived near Green Bay where like cow a home to every straggler in that wild region okay so when will tragedy ruined him well Salman also had a decent in building in the area okay solemn became an American citizen and he learned English because he wants to turn the semi inhabited trading post into a full-blown town after the show. I'm GONNA beat the shit out of you and Allie Panama what's your top five well okay there's plan and Ohio which if we're going to get into it I want to spend a little time talking were they all French Canadians French-canadian vertreter oh I yeah I mean look there were America there are English in America but mostly French and calling him bill stroked him on the cheek in a playful way sorry if you're taming and this is what happens yeah your bill yeah you like that their bill yeah well I like west of Lake Michigan quote which then seemed to be beyond the bounds of that civilization would reach during that age certain times when it's still okay. According to those neum Solomon was quote one of Nature's noblemen and was the very soul an embodiment of hospitality and good cheer his house the valuable lesson you said some stuff he's himself Moose named bill that makes a little more sense than when you're going up to a man who was not named Bill Hi Bill Scalia Gentlemen Okay at the time Connecticut was a theocracy on if you guys knew that it was run by the threw a blanket oh can you believe sweeties being to these people like he should have been stabbed everyone's GonNa stand around and watch and they're going to end they're GonNa Cheer I'm Solomon I I I'm bill actually a native American Italian Milwaukee assets to his son-in-law Solomon Jinhu Juneau Juneau Juneau all right he's like the I can't do winters Milwaukee I go to I go to Green Bay I just have to take a vacation from the winner it's lovely there but right settler in Milwaukee last he built a cabin it's not great he built what they built a cabin built a cabin okay he's from deadly from Milwaukee hit my head so hard earlier so stroke them on the play away thinks I if I was with a sword it's bill I feel blanket just like okay in eighteen thirty three Solomon partnered with Congressman Morgan Martin too the biggest you are Mr Geno pitch him outdoors neck and heels but the Frenchman understands these redskins better than I do when they were sts there's two fans of everybody in the story here tonight day I was that was not normal to begin developing a small village on the uh you know would go straight up to the savage eh on top of a bluff overlooking the menominee Yup the nominee yes yeah let's let's not get the torches just yet everybody let's Juno honestly don't care that much what did he say about throwing Oh yeah when they were going out took down a heavy Malchanov blanket in through over the head of the cross avid going out Gino took down a heavy Mak Blanket Macadamia whatever whatever is a mackinaw medieval thing and then I'm going to hand him with stones and then they're gonNA stone you okay all right all right I think let's fourth forty this is what he wrote to his sister quote why do they have the C- on the end blanket and threw it over the head of the cross savage that was more than I'd done for these Indians are a rascal setup cheats who is saying that that's just one of the settlers to some dickel yeah but that's that's kind of what everyone thought but Solomon was a different kind of throwing a blanket on him star reviews have been seen on the Today Show Elle magazine pop sugar They have ingredients you know less more with native they have fewer simpler ingredients so you know Sheikh likes as Ge Week Billy Really Bolivia Bolivia Bolivia billy boy it's good to see you isn't that he's not a canary well so if I understand correctly he walked up to this Guy American guy him bill stroked his cheek east side of Milwaukee River by eighteen thirty five they were laying out streets plotting lots and selling land Solomon called his settlement Juneau town okay it was said that Solomon had little ambition and was very rich He kept his money in a in his tall hat. Ha That's hilarious torches living our life we wanna take it and do different stuff with ours and blanket a few trade merchants to over twenty thousand white settlers okay so now at the same time Byron now married man implemented is actually a tactic we did employ eventually yeah oh I'm sorry we're fucking assholes don't get mad at me mad at him apart process the thought and then the action one day he was crossing a street and the wind blew his off her now pioneer history of Milwaukee James Buck quote Byron is an intellectual giant keen shrewd aggressive with an iron with a will of iron and possessed a personal magnetism that few whoever came under its influence were able to resist neither was it often that he drew a blank left the ditch business water ditch business he saw Milwaukee's potential is a bustling port city and he wanted a piece of it okay influential and a ruthless businessman He had left the canal business in eighteen thirty three because of his ill health and he was looking for an opportunity water ditches I mean money out you see that move once you're like Oh cool I'll kill him okay well yeah that's it that's it Indian half guy he's not sure yeah the area was perfect because of its unique location close to deep winding rivers I didn't know until him so buyer included with a dirty surveyor and Ille- I think this is going to go on record right now any amount of money in your tall hat is too much money I think it's great had hundreds the village and crops of corn squash beans they're just looking to live in their life right yeah really was the mo of the time Monas- no I'm going to be changing around like a frank and the money flew all over the street and Solomon just laughed and kept walking that fed the to the coastline had a large bay tons of animals to kill and not in the valley it was for tile you know Byron wanted the land on the west side of the Milwaukee River but it belonged to the but the map only showed kilborn towns I would say changing maps for your own like social gain would be weird but still happens Oh town he was the postmaster and Mayor Built for hotel courthouse started newspaper supportive all public improvement initiatives so between eighteen thirty five and eighteen fifty the population grew from just Very droll savings he saw a junior town as his rival and competitor according to James Buck quote Mr Kilborn intended that the Western Bank of the Milwaukee should mark in eighteen thirty five Byron bought the land on the West Bank of the Milwaukee River and he named it Kilborn town okay so we've got Juneau town kilborn town that's right this okay we send up a rumble the first thing he did was helped by your kilborn town yeah so it's not a map it's a fantasy yeah well it's a map of his part and then in fortunes lottery Jesus okay well he's got to go on and Solomon is a great guy can we'll put blankets on strangers he calls bill and keeps his take control of the area is man awesome finally white guys get something so it worked God yeah Juneau Town Byron hoped to isolate Gino town so it would become dependent on and eventually incorporated into Kilburn town Jesus Christ just try to walk home yeah you take it the wrong way this guy thinks he's a judo town the versus so while he mapped his settlement Vira laid out streets leading up to the river so they did not align with those streets that existed in Juneau town on the other side really included the area that the tribe lived in on his federal survey in eighteen thirty five this way he can live ju legitimizes claim with federal backing they said if I said are they let t to me bingoing auto watering and passengers that Gino town was just an Indian trading post okay so he really is out there I mean he's the one attacking so kilborn thought making the roads match on either he did was helped finance the Milwaukee advertiser newspaper which promoted newland Byron Hated Sullivan settlement on the other side of the river okay I would imagine the eastern boundary of the embryo city upon who's Ridi Szegedi's those who were full enough to pitch their tents upon the east side might gays the river would mean he acknowledged the existence of judo town he doesn't mean that though right yeah they can go there that it's a shitty that June towns undesirable in shady POW okay so when steamers delivered goods to pirates dock he told captain and now I'm going to leave and you're gonNa feel spooky would be Kinda interesting they would not see it coming they would not absolutely not say would not know this was coming never intended that any communication by bridges should exist between East and west side an acting upon that principle made his survey in such a manner as to prevent the streets upon the two sides for matching each other always insisting that the west side did not want and if he could prevent it should never have any communication with the east except aware attacking Madison tonight no no we're not no they yes maybe we should ed rather not be talked to like that at a town war literally what they said no meanwhile as Solomon just like from James Buck quote kilborn from the first start to convince people to settle in Juneau town instead I wonder which paper will win there's absolutely no doubt there's someone in Mississippi is like look the Pacific Ocean ain't a big mama longing is but should not pass to accept in a boat okay so Byron made up maps territory and distributed distributed them to settle her war and the last town alive was the fucking one that wins. We're GONNA kill another town want to kill the other town Milwaukee in and then the other part doesn't doesn't exist so by leaving it blank it implies to all the settlers who look at it the town or what it is so called lies in the middle of a swamp aggressive play the game man I WanNa get settler business you want to build a town no you gotta go fucking hardcore other town I don't WanNa do that it's a God damn it's like validated them if he did that it'd be like your real there you go happy now come to kill you he's probably just walking like what is that over there there's nothing there that's nothing people no no it's a drawing it's a big busy painting on a wall it's not real you're seeing things yeah you're the I boats this for man of the ability was the most stupendous piece of folly they're in the same city and he's like acting like they're different countries so soon Byron started using the newspaper he set up the Milwaukee advertiser to encourage people uh he didn't want them to be even with each other I did a cockeyed straps these are just completely season a map this is the same sky I do wonder rat back hopefully someday I'll get enough money to come to Juno town and see you I mean the the first time they ever met like it was Solomon in two other dudes we're in like a cabin and and kilborn came in and he was just like hey what's up but soon after that and assistant probably lives in Juneau town I wonder what lives like where you live sometimes if we're looking up at the same moon Ruppert Murdoch tigger people to buy land and Kilborn town in response Solomon created the Milwaukee Sentinel a year later that's just time look look sideways on the street over there I would say come here but the conditions are no more goddamn place in my life he's take care my love fuck fuck you bill Scott Fuck Yourself I'm licking the envelope putting US voters bad odors sounds like a selfish orgasm which is an orgasm by definition dampen it some don't sing what he's doing with the Vision Board he's actually doing this he's laying out his fucking town the other way it just seems a little much Juneau town west side is kilborn. It's just very hard to believe that Milwaukee had a biggie to puck three was often running not everyone thought Kilgore town was a great spot one man wrote his sister quote well here I am with your Joseph but never have I seen as one that's a fucking towns guy waving to me now no no nope nobody's been there for twenty years twenty years to the day actually chatting with him to get all the Info and then left they're fools she was a lovely gentleman yeah it's exactly what it was I should give him money my hat west side say about the east side I mean it would just be great if someone could figure out a way to get over there and check the there's a river in the middle so you can pretend like I pretend like stuff doesn't exist another set of River GonNa River like it gives me like that's not there letters had retaliated by calling the West siders country people who had come who had to cross the river to get into town who had no courthouse no I mean the stereotype is pretty strong and then many of them had died and were buried at night so that the world should not see the fucking river if not know that I will continue to read it to you right back fucking look jail no nothing but Byron kilborn one enthusiastic partisan had gone so far indeed to propose the establishment of a quarantine ignoring because he didn't really get involved in this miss he was very clear shut out of the party in those on the west side at all along proclaimed that the east side was unhealthy that foul Azam's hung over the houses foul meazza GMS smell macy wheelers the chronicles and Milwaukee quote those on the west side had all along proclaimed that the east side was unhealthy so he side what you don't give me that face what did you say that the inhabitants lived on eating frogs which the Frenchman had learned them to do were incorporated into a single Milwaukee territory in eighteen thirty nine Byron aggressively restricted entry to his side of the river and made it very hard for Solomon settlers to cross so essentially you can't everything's fine essentially anyone oh that you're not there but in my head I still vividly can hear you start writing a buck Leonard Your Voice is a little more shrill than I remember but surely completion they're doing midnight funerals that's what that's what the People Juneau towners trapped between the river and the lake but they often needed to access the west west side so to get across I like I'll tell you what I hate grocery shopping on a log raft what all right I got the eggs three thousand dollar purchase of the land into two hundred twenty thousand dollars she's okay which back then is is it ninety billion dollars and at that point where the West siders crossed the river it how bad is the west side the west the west side is still being enjoyment sorry even for this time who is this person you just gave me three options that seem pretty viable go he wants anyone to go there but nobody from Juno town that's right okay interesting just again not how cities work such a stupid thing we're doing stupid here the eggs you have to cross a three or four times daily log it ceases to be an enjoyment I often wish I was in Detroit. You don't hear that anymore that's change certainly changed so kill more drain the swamp and it'd be three eggs the eggs I bought the Juno towners grew frustrated and began demanding bridges be built yes most migrants sure right people in Juneau town greatly opposed it as it would favor kilborn town Scher so things became old in people came viral plots to people in Chicago and other cities and within a year had turned his thirty Oh okay once wrote quote the river is a fine thing as I expected but when you have to cross three or four times daily on a log it ceases to be businesses I I'm I made the Goddamn conditions hopefully this letter will reach you in the next month or two Nakas gotta go round the God I'm GonNa go back and get the flower then we make cake in two more trips after that Sir would you like to rent a log. During elections people from the Anti Canal Party kept winning and eventually the canal project was abandoned due to cost but Byron had lost thirty thousand I guess I gotTa go shopping so quote the rivers defined thing as I expected but when victor you will give us fucking canal it's not up to me works we'll tell us you gotta do you gotTa do town wars on I just had not really heard a town wars and that's what's tough welcome to town war bitch that's what they said the to the east side is much more built up the west side is judy yet right so kilborn town is being built up okay so so it's in the Jimmy don't derive we could just across the river sometimes it's like I can still hear your words injure of a steamboat but yet such collection of Tom Dick and Dutch and the devil what this really weird turn it Tom Dick this is getting a little aggressive these people fired up by the canals directors like I'm sorry they did what he's trying to sell it so he doesn't he would never say that no of course not why be honest it's bad business. Despite the rivalry these settlements Jon Kilgore town and walkers point which is on the South side heated that a bank director who is an opposition to the canal was burned in effigy at a rally after Bairam relic speech Constan were poor people Byron wrote about a group getting off a ship quote you have of course some experience in the motley character of the multitude constituting the past what of me I'm just a bag director I just don't like the canal we're going to kill you burn you we're going to burn you baked most people on one side of the Mississippi we don't even know this Mississippi there it's like an ocean that just keeps going or maybe the east side so to get across the Milwaukee River settlers either had to row across take a ferry or county or county entered the Milwaukee Milwaukee County to build a quote good and substantial drawbridge because the ferry system was considered inadequate fire in kilborn was really cool guy to get along with I know that was a surprise it seems easy going in eighteen forty was Solomon Support the Wisconsin territorial legislature ordered. Isn't that a terrible argument like one where you're like we will build it above it's a bridge and we're not talking about putting a street in the river it's an elevated road I rest my case we gotta burn no can we rent a log no no we're not somebody has to die yes assessed but what they're saying is it probably is a little shittier then Juneau town yeah right I don't think I don't think all of it just like instead of I just fucking asshole the verse bridge was built on Chestnut Street Byron finally conceded that's what they always are that the inhabitants lived on eating frogs which the Frenchman had learned sorry sorry sorry to get the project going okay but the main reason that failed was because Byron did not at all work well with other people that's weird because everything I've heard makes it seem like he's bridges and boats have been at war for hundreds of years I sir not about to be part of that war I would like to wade casualties and death that you're bridge will because you are going to build a murder bridge this is above however the show me your biggest will build it higher than that no yes yes you this is not how this works just voter names and the devil I presume you never did see as we have had on board so bar wanted to build a canal quote east side improvements on the bridge but the people of Juneau town we're not thrilled with the bridge because it does it ended up demanded flawed and not good they go they sink that has nothing to do with the bridge and I honestly don't even think you're arguing anymore so this is really insane though this is like the warriors it's not normal now okay so when one of his close supporters argued that it was hard to get to the courthouse which was in Juneau town so Byron agreed as long as he never had to share the costs of any really against it he claimed that bridges were hazardous to ships visiting docks but in reality they threatened his control of travel and trade in the walking it's never been a thing that anyone has ever said because it's not at all a thing all the time never sat here comes the boat killer you're the only person who said it and that's three times this will be a bridge Milwaukee where have they been were they at any point like what says is fucking insane don't do this anymore I assume the towns all over the place they're fighting this is an elevated road they work now it is how they work and they're not sure why they're called boat killers so what Me Try to me Padre Padre Padre automate how do I to me it was built it diverted southside trade to kilborn towns so wait so the way in a way what he said was true and made his life better yet made his life better well he then once they're building he got involved in where it should be and he had it put so basically brought people from the south side and anyone lucky Dave it's so disappointing out and the phones Israel affair the bridges benefited both settlements this is the story of earn Yvonne Schley Dorn he's a car dealer worked just fine we've got boats and logs yeah right calling the so five more bridges were built across the menominee river menominee menominee but tension increased between the two communities sure well in Juneau town their attention to stop being Dick's yeah yeah yeah I mean it's not great it just never ends so one night Charles Milwaukee that's a horrible answer the kilborn towners thought that's how it should be since the idiots had trapped themselves on a narrow strip of Land Austin quote one night Charles Milwaukee Cyber who was the first whiteboard white boy born Milwaukee so they named they named him it's like when I saw penis just I'll never forget that it's a bummer in June town really cool people the kilborn towners are also very smug and boasted that they didn't need bridges because Byron's ferries no idea so the bridges are built in eighteen forty one Wisconsin street in eighteen forty two spring street in an ID sir I've spoken that that'll do dummy interview payroll Kanani it feels like we're doing that mom I'm nominate treat eighteen forty-three and water north street in Walker's point in eighteen forty four okay Kilgore town refused to support any of the he called it a quote miserable affair sure I love that guy yeah well this is a miserable affair all right pretty concise this was somebody to get across the river without getting wet there's no way that kill the bowed stewed to read the paper it'd be when when she saw who the pummeled boy was she went after a with the broom so the first white dude they're like yes you walk one night Charles Milwaukee but Milwaukee is a is life hey listen west side story what did you say what kind of yeah that's right we're going to give you the way man we're going cross the river right get on your logs boys away this is GonNa fuck and suck traction so do you know towns had to fund the bridges so what what is the endgame for Kilborn Town Oh you'll see oh God what so knowing what we know now at the end what really happened is that he was getting beat your role buddy okay and who and the WHO bullies a broom and the Hubbard boys and the Hubbard Bird Hubbard Mother Hubbard like mother Hubbard Lamma just you know that's where Ernie bunch later and lives Manami falls now I've seen everything kind of witchcraft is this all right get on your logs we're going undercover so rumors spread brewers always are spreading right now in kilborn on that Juneau town people have paid the Cap even a few days later when a broom ventured over to the east side is he doing I don't know what he's thinking this move it's going to get the wailing of a lifetime you got my comment yeah miserable good day my money okay well there it is how boring life is that you're like I will risk my life to go watch these men yeah it's something to do. Charlie pushed Abe into a mud puddle at this man overreacted kilborn towners angrily surrounded this thinking bridge when Byron arrived they asked him what they should do next happening Reno's race war what was caught on the west side by a broom and the Hubbard boys and given the wailing of it pummeled him until a housewife arm for the broomstick broke up the fray cyber the first white boy born Milwaukee was caught on the west side by white boy it sounds like you're talking shit at a white boy it's what the guy called me boys and they gave him a wailing of a lifetime. Yeah they gave Milwaukee Way like of Lifetime Charles Milwaukee Oh good to catch up so much I don't know why I'm crying that's weird I don't know what just happened motion just kind of kicked into another level I don't know my feels weird to any native American name right believes Oh yeah but so then the so the only way that you could get a native American name is if it's in a white guy's name forty-five sorry he that's not what happened he sarcastically said lay down and take it so they were like on side of the Spring Street Bridge Toll Jet Fucking told you the fucking the Goddamn boat i WanNa talk to this captain the his whole fucking town all all the my people mine shit stop doing this you're fucking shit I got like three Dave surely surely he understands that hurts the whole bridge when you take your half of the bridge and do something with it it affects look what are you doing fuck put a building in the middle of the water there's a floating road a floating road he ventured over to the east side to watch the Washington guards who stood with rifles and hand ready to defend the bridge against West siders says this is and Byron Sarcastically pry replied just lie down on the east setters walk all over you just we won't I guess on May seven we sure he was sarcastic before we go over there he was for sure you really held the word for watch a bridge get destroyed to does your fucking garbage mine he's only twenty drinks this makes sense this happened Juneau town said it was just accidental because the bridge tender did not hangers lights to warn the schooner about the bridge damn die you ruined a good thing we had going you mentioned the first time that happened you life easy ella was caught is an east siders caught on the west side by Abe Room and the Hubbard boys and slow then to run into the bridge just makes sense because the kilborn towners would not pay for bridge maintenance right okay so yes it's pretty cool normally why live here it's awesome here in Juneau down the mud for breakfast I go there put murder and I want to talk to the captain of this ship I think this is either a fabrication a plot or this man is drunk or he should not be on a schooner look real weird I must've eaten a pen Oy fucking movement good you're fucking bridge get on your log the fuck Outta here I mean when I first read it I had to take him race the ten the board had ten members five from June of town and five from kilmore Tom Kilburn town trustees claimed that the bridge was quote. seven-day team forty-five Byron held a meeting to discuss removing half of the Chestnut Street Bridge Street bridge he wants to just remove the half on his side of the river to the middle but it's just going over the bridge and the bridge came down and squish can you imagine being that guy which we boat that guy like the panic the hell is that thing we're going to go right through we're thinking you brought up there it's an interesting confession humaid five get my hands on the guy who invented that which bells rang all over the east side and people coming out and through the street we're told the Kilmore towners had taken down the bridge quote very little time take it don't do anything trying to kick in fucking fake we're trying to help you don't do shit for trying to help you we're trying to help you no no I don't know I think we should just go ahead let's go do it do what whatever we're about to do tell me Oh shit I think it worked that Guy Pissed oh fuck what is this shit yeah yeah yes yes I don't know what I've been drinking bodyworks so now this was the only bridge that Byron help pay for should come with Hubbard boys you know that's right yeah things really took a turn for the worst on May third eighteen forty five okay a schooner crashed into kilborn. I don't see how it will work it's working don't believe it. The resolutions are removed the chestnut street bridge was adopted the next morning something's gone horribly wrong a very different time the sexton ran down the street screaming fire good news there's no fire and I'm a gossiper so after he'll fire running Albridge it's like when you pee in a pool now you're peeing in your area if Peterson everybody's Water Asians that some unfathomable horror had burst somewhere and seizing is only weapon his bell rope he run like a wild man and that insupportable nuisance Yep because it's what are you talking about what a nuisance the Sexton of the first Presbyterian Church having accumulated a great amount of contradictory intelligence from various corners came privately to the I assume clock wait is this man van helsing sex time and then a woman came and also beat him with a broom right right she saved him at first and then she was like oh it's just the way damn indicated to the peaceful inhabitants that a crisis had taken place what's anything somewhere and they were all expected to turn out and hunt it up for themselves no all right I am I'm very sorry what the fuck did you just say so basically this section is a guy that protects churches so all the people took this sarcastic account as approval to fight back on May seven eight Okay hello everybody good news indi- but we should invent another part to this someday maybe maybe not maybe it's just a thing like this put your harm in it that's fun he then loaded them into old cannon that had been dragged to a high spot hot the sexton by the Lapel of coat and demanded in a quick tone do you know where I can get any clock weights so this is a time traveller hello there I need clock weights have they been invented yet your street is I caught the outline of figure on horseback as he passed along the very exciting young man was very red in the face rushed up rather wildly just sit down and go they punch you in China Dude we're trying to help you you're just so negative it's hard to follow you I wish you pussy everything surely people aren't going there's a big fire they just wanted to get everyone out of their houses Oh my God we what did he think there was a fire or you just panicked what is he crazy hearing he's bad aimed the cannon at obviously aiming probably not a huge part I mean you have clock weights just general vicinity there's a bunch of people a little while later witnesses said they saw the young man carrying clock weights down the street what a great conclusion so the Ooh a need quaid's there's a fire I need clock weights trust me okay this will all make sense yes yes yes bill. AC wheeler quote I saw that Byron Kilborn was the obnoxious the aim the cannon at Byron kilborn home on the other side of the river the Cannon Fire Fuck this Guy I'm a lawyer definitely fire the allowed to elapse before the citizens were running about in a high state of excitement like hens with their heads cut off have you heard it is it so have they dared became the interogations at every corner that the crowd would commit every unlawful act perhaps even murder as a mop but then a lawyer named Jonathan Arnold jumped up and stood on top so he too weird it is he hears all these even rumors and then he goes and starts ringing his bell shits gone wrong to and then everyone comes out because they think frenzy sure as the second el-shawa ringing a lot something must be going on as the sexton emerged from emerged upon eastward then he quote relapsed into another fit of ringing the bell as we hurried towards the common gathering point is really not handling anything well so this caused the person to whom the unthinking populous attributed all their mischief I knew that the mob if once put in motion would shrink from no violence okay so he never heard a cannonballs what are you putting these things quits having a cannonballs have appeared from the temporary rostrum the crisis had been averted okay so he com is a lawyer yeah it was agreed that the okay as doing is it's hard very hard day knows daughters dead he's not good so dumb question yeah and as citizens as fathers and while he did not exonerate those overstep the limits of discretion already he boldly branded the man who would dare move right shooting clockwise out of a cannon for sure when you light up you looked at the guy next to you need to go it's time maybe that's what it is it's an older the cannon was dragged to a high spot now this is a bad safed reason came back sorry reason came and took the place of impulse the more violent felt ashamed and when Mr Arnold grieving process we'll give him eight days I think that seems Pharaoh very nice but then nobody tell him this no how long until attack a ball five days seems like pretty and her body was now laying in the house and then everyone everyone's anger dissipated a little bit well that sucks is he is you tear a father from the corpse of his child as a coward and savage unworthy the safeguards that civilization had well here's a word vouchers and without discussing it with any of the core representatives they made it illegal to cut remove or damage any bridges the penalty would be a fifty dollars fine and five days so the crowd dissipated and bullshit maybe and Arnold tried to speak to their common decency quote he appealed to them as American but that's better than her being dead and you hitting her body was stuff it's a weird line but I guess a Milwaukee at the time the comeback at four pm the hundreds of people and the candidate pointed at his house right exactly yeah it's a tragedy when a parallel less they're all right let's give him some space meet back here at five hours then we'll kill him your plan uh almost one percent with psalm yeah for sure he's putting little accents on the ease we're pretty sure we know who this is were an angry mob emotional has ever but then the board the trustee board called the meeting for that evening and everyone calm down and went to the meeting and if your plan was to shoot clock weights into his house his daughter was like you were going to maybe kill his daughter yeah okay traveling through to Chicago sort of right into town okay so he likes bridges now that's right yeah one Juno town citizens I need parts for a watch I think clock bits are like the things you see on the grandfather clock that hang down you know who needs some that badly in jail so there's really very little stopping you removing bridges still who's a little way very little we had so the crowd did return at exactly four PM and once again they didn't tell the noise and Commotion Calm Down People were listening and then furious and then he announced that just that morning kilborn daughter had died for the next several days all bridges were guarded by armed men as settlers on both sides of the river attempted to tear bits and pieces off each other's bridges in just over a week he'll have no idea we're gonNA fire all these we've over we'll come back here just this past okay I mean there's no way he saw dave what time is it now like three ten it's the more it's very early in the morning all right hearing bridge bridge show him when they take part of bridget can't even hear me stacey looking at me and sweep away all the other bridges he also called Byron a dictator it was signed quote a tax payer doc wait my mind is little wait no it works that were that's your bridge Murphy let's get out of here all right stay fired up everybody let's be back today just to Kinda stoke the flames a little what he say get re pissed in the midst of this chaos a candy store capital a candy store that's a candy store captain auto that's an auto correct it says cancer capital it's your bridge it's all your bridge you share the fucking thing will you know they'll show them take that bridge stopping you from removing bridges again yeah well Phil Finds Pretty Heavy but if you're kilborn near like fuck that true okay equal are outrageous acts of a few ruffians in the West Ward and said they should rebuild the chestnut street bridge solid and permanent who does it physically would be in trouble sure kilmore has got the money to pay the fine arts letter published in the Gino town paper attacked is but that's not what happened can't candy store capitalized so candy store we have a candy that'll help bridge flavored chocolate I'm an alcoholic runs high we have charged our soda fountain to the muzzle to be ready for the incursions from the West Ward if any of the belligerents from that side should have the Temerity Ah a candy store owner published what will be the first of several ads in the courier quote to the excitement between the East and West wards the Law Day thank you so watson then walked up with his sledgehammer and gave quote the iron rods two or three heavy blows with sledge separated them and the draw dropped into the water then went up a wild cheer from the mobs SCR This is insane I mean they really hate bridges violent the cannon was brought out again and fired and again the community gathered around the corner okay so this local Wonka man is like goading them too it was a call upon the citizens of the eastward who were desirous of vindicating and maintaining their rights to keep on the old stomping ground about the corners of Wisconsin and east streets to the number of several hundred among the number of among the number of was one watson a street gathering was called they came armed with muskets and sledgehammers Jesus Christ the morning of May twenty eighth. AC wheeler quote the citizens assembled resentatives from each ward they voted to remove the wells and oneidas bridges and use pieces of it to repair the chestnut bridge this meant that both blacksmith and a man by the name of Hawkins an engineer the former carried a sludge a sledgehammer in his brawny arms and the latter a screwed French weapons that were to be used as the impulse prompted either in pounding the West siders are dismantling the bridge. She's Christ yelled out we should let down the Spring Street bridge the engineer Hawkins began walking toward the bridge and Watson in the crowd followed him at the Bridge Hopkins began to screw the bolts holding it up as the crowd cheered him on others began running around to find other tools to help but the crowd was so heated that these slow delivery good unscrewing of the bridge wasn't quite what they wanted yeah how much longer you think it's GonNa take and so entirely carried away with the excitement was he that he literally foam at the mouth yeah. AC wheeler quote a gentleman saw one fellow with an axe and scattering one of the logs after it had been pulled from the structure they do make it over here I'll serve them just like everyone else I love mummy money on May fifteenth the board of Trustees met again with the Juno towns settlers preferred bridges we're going to be taken down junior towners learned of the news and we're livered posters were distributed across the town uh not that great I gotta be honest let's get really fired up you guys five hours because now it is how bad do you want no bridges AC owners but they fired the clock weights I don't know if fired I think they just shot it off I don't think they thought anything anybody cool a man said in the crowd became more excited after watching the bridge fall into the river a gentleman which really was kilborn sphere to begin with at the end about every time I turn you guys go it's really hot out some of US haven't had water for a while just ready I just needs water at dude as we just need some water dude is not a chill person I hate the brain ah five hours five hours yeah shit ratchet screwdriver didn't come with some of this stuff we're all really jazzed up you should have just gone jake it's very dangerous but if you get over here you can have a never ending gab stopper right it's almost written a threatening tone but there's no threat the river there was just one standing bridge laughed at Wisconsin Street of the last bridge. AC Wheeler wrote quote it was averred that in another man yelled quote let us turn on the menominee bridge and the crowd as though they felt ashamed of themselves wasn't a pickup basketball game we're laughing at their own folly bridge of the what Russian we will tell on these Spring Street gentlemen who are the instigators of this outrage and not upon them only but upon all that quote having vented their spite in the offensive timbers this crowd of citizens immediately felt better some of them laughed others joked all of them came out and the best of spirits as though warn each represented their towns opinions they argued back and forth in writing for months at one point an anonymous writer called citizens alum to a writer one writer was a taxpayer and the other rider was named another tax payer so juno end ran towards that bridge soon quote the bridge was attained was triumphantly overthrown knockdown check into ridges so the bridge during madness it cooled down they realized that they had destroyed nearly all the routes that connected the two sides and it's great still the war was not over over the following months the fight continued in the rival newspapers each paper dedicated to cross it safely the teams had to start halfway up the hill and dash across with all possible see before it sunk under them so I'm not sure if don't nor yield one inch as to the Chestnut Street Bridge and to which in good order and successful operation our city damaged it or if there were so many people on it and everyone's just fucking running Jesus

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I don't need to be talked to and treated like wow fi like and I'm behind. Well you know how I got you know. I got back into project runway because I had been so long while I was getting back into project I was like I should get back in touch. I love just as left. Top Chef. Top Chef is conic. It's so good it's never been bad I. I knew that she had done this. So it's funny that it didn't click that this is why she got into food because she had this kind of easy in and it is really funny. That Padma locked also had this easy into food like both of them. Were able to take these hosting gigs. Which I would say. We're kind of random considering because when they launched top chef it was like no one knows what this is is not popular. We can just find any like woman. It doesn't matter you know some find some woman who's willing to do this and ended up being them and they both launched it into like successful food careers. What was I going to say about Padma? Oh what was the Padma was on top of my mind because of the the tweet of hers because she listened to the Dixie chicks song and the Post Soviet cowboy and it was just funny tweets. She's a funny. Twitter listens to gas later. Like crazy. Teagan WANNA be on twitter. Like she's trying to. She's funny. She's pretty funny. Padma such a SH patmos energy is so much more relaxed. Chrissy so manning because the wrong or Chris. He's like out there. Padma is just so calming it's soothing. I like that a lot I know this call because it really really does not matter but the reason why Leuven still has a career is because he is love it by older Gen Z. Like people in high school and like early college right now. it's probably because the Percy Jackson because we're all festival those both really like in the Through School Middle School But the reason that he has so many fans is probably isn't that and then we all the stuff and I truly does not know anything about the controversy with me show. 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I'm doing you a disservice playing this and ruining you but I would be doing you more of a disservice if I didn't fully express how bad it is. And listen caller. Don't watch the whole thing. How do you think I got the audio? I watched the whole thing. It's so bad and I didn't realize one thing I didn't. I've never watched Carpool Karaoke. Show on Apple. Tv plus before or hadn't before this and what's kind of wild and maybe this is an anomaly for the show structurally but it just starts like at. They're just day it starts like there's no it's not like j court and being like today on Carpool Karaoke. It's just sixteen minutes and it's like they show up. They go to the car. There was goes zany thing. Where they like rehabilit- they were fake gun hole done shots on the car and they like clean it up and start driving singing yet was like you know those stickers you can put on. Yeah. They faked that the car needed like to be well. The thing with James Corden is always like I need help getting to work. Won't somebody like Carpool with me. And then but it's a false. There's no premise. It's just like someone's in the car. But then the end the the the the other singing that they do in the clips there dressed up as each other and performing on stage so zoey and bones are dressed up as Jonathan. Another one you pay for the service. No no because I got no. I Have Apple. Tv plus free. And I will never pay for it. I got it free because it came up the phone. And here's something funny. I also got it for free because it came with the phone and I accidentally cancelled it and I can't get it back. Why would you cancel the thing? You know what I was doing what I was doing I was like I think I got fed up and I was like fuck this. I'M GONNA WANNA make sure this doesn't renew or something I'm cantilevered show on the planet is morning show. It's not. I walked into his apartment and she had a gigantic morning show poster Jennings show. She had a morning show. She had a morning show. Okay I had the TV. That Steve Carell breaks in the pilot was on her wall. Signed by Seattle. Have that yeah. That's what I got. Onscreen BID DOT com the morning. Show screen bid dot com and be very good. I bet right yet especially. We have to wait for the show to get cancelled then. Everything goes on screen bid DOT COM apple. Tv is never canceling that show. Are you kidding no? It's they'd rather cancel. Like ipads admit that they failed at TV making also. It's so funny that I think I gotta push alert about like the friends rebooted officially happening. But it's literally just a special on eight talk about it makes me so mad. It's literally just there using sitting rake set but it's everyone's getting paid like what three million dollars each they don't even have to act like they're characters or do anything scripted in. It's just promotion for all of the old episodes going on. Hbo Mattress or whatever the member of the episode. Where you wore the fat suit member the episode. Where you did this right. Oh Yeah Yeah Yeah I just feel like no one wants this leg. They think that people want this but teens are excited about friends. Don't WanNa see the old versions of the frame. When they're thirty years old. Yeah they they don't want a reunion where they have to look at how old they all are and hear the talk about the one where today's Ross puts on pants. Or whatever like they either reboot it as a show which is never going to happen again or like. Don't do this. Keep it special. Whenever the Clinton administration well let's reboot it. Just get to reboot okay A couple celebrity dyslexia calls. I love getting these. This is like a great little Pandora's box they've Nishi yeah and people are still calling about them which cracks me up because there is no answer. It's yeah you're right those everyone's brain like fucks up in different ways so they're all very unique Medium time first time calling regarding maim dyslexia absolutely know who these people are separately but Jamie Lynn. Jamie Lee Curtis will never stop being confused in my mind and I'm like I love Jamie Lynn Spears and for Friday I left on his switches bodies contract by the WHO used version of name. Bindis IS ORVILLE PACK ANDERSON PACK. Who are two extremely different people all right good for about or high who weekly? Longtime Long Time. I have another dyslexic name. Mira Sorvino and Meena Safari. Who are they what are they? Are they the same woman? Why genuine question. Who are they? Who IS MIRA SORVINO? She Makina artery ending actress. Meena Zuberi Mira. Sorvino is really fucking funny. I've never heard of them as 'cause we there's a version of this that we've talked about before. Which is the Dylan? Mcdermott DURMAN MIC Dylan. Like whatever those okay. What DYLAN MCDERMOTT? Dermot Mulroney Mulroney. We've talked about this but like this disease. This is the original one that all people know like yes that those names are the same essentially. This is the more like galaxy brain who weekly version which is Meena Sorvino and Meena Meena Safari. What's the gift of like the Woman Who's like shrugging? And it's like something like two plus three makes seven or something. I don't know God. It's like a woman who shrugging and it's like and it has like a math problem over her and it just says like two plus what equal seven. I don't know it's just like that when I say that gives us what I think of when people are like. I can't tell the difference between Dylan. Mcdermott and Dermot Mulroney Meena Safari most notably the star of American beauty. Yeah and and loser both of those Jason. Very fairly not quite acting prominently right now like they're probably Mira. Sorvino career was ruined by Harvey Weinstein's very true but she went an Oscar and is famously. Romi white from Romania Michelle yet Mir Mira. Sorvino is best role is one of the best roles of all time so by that rule. She's like a legend that by that rule. She is one of the greatest actresses of all time. We've ever walked the planet. My my foot is bleeding. Is the best line read of any line in American cinema history. Excuse me I cut my foot before and now my shoe was filling up with blood. That's the line that is most iconic lines ever spoken on American. I cut my foot before. I'm not lying. That is the funniest line. Read of anything ever written on paper in also requires the context. You have to play the whole scene. What is she like? Nothing nice suit. Is that our money? You'd like yeah what do you do? I'm a suit salesman. I cut my foot before and now my shoe is filling up with blood pie. Great suit is that an Armani. Yes yes it is. I thought so. So what do you do? I'm a suit salesman. Would you excuse me? I cut my foot before. Filling up with blood. Seemed like they're rich but they just work in industries that like the Kotla. They all work at the car stores. So it's like that's why they can have a nice calm walking at the Jaguar dealership like okay. We need to move on. What is what is Menas who've already up to do we know let's okay. Was that you considering and then deciding not to Google. She did. She made some she made. I'll be home for Christmas a TV movie and Psych the movie and Oh she was on that. Sitcom American women that was cancelled that was based on. What is that awful movie? Where she plays with Lisa Silverstone that was based on the life of Kim Richards. Or something Kyle Raiders from the House. Web Okay sorry go ahead. Yeah that's not what? I was referencing now but I just had to finish the thought. It's the one where she's playing like this. Like all full offensive like blonde woman. And she's like I mean her whole thing was like I mean I'm looking at her. I and E B O beauty shop. I love the movie to a gene that about male of the movie beauty shop Spinoff of barbershop starring Queen Latifah beauty shop. Better than barbershop. Yes yes then barbershops. That's the freak of a new Beauty shop is is very weird but beauty shop has like really fun little performances annually Dallas a funnel in Alfre. Woodard has a fun role. Wait Elise Silverstone isn't another thing with so literally. I was just talking about a TV. Show that Elisi Silverstone started that was cancelled but a municipal I was in and you made me click on beauty shop which is a movie that Lisi's silverstone an Menas of our air in together at the joke. About at least silverstone in beauty shop is that she's the one white woman who works at the shop and everyone's like how does this white woman know how to do like black women's hair and she's and she's like constantly proving it's like kind of annoying and she's doing a fake southern accent? That's the worst accent. Maybe I've ever heard in in movie history Lisa Silverstone in beauty shop but everything else about beauty shop is like pretty funny. Mita SUV ARI plays a hands on spoiled rotten rich girl in beauty shop. While Andy McDowell is more of your sweet southern Belles if a little bit clueless Janice Jackson Janet me when I interviewed these two gals. I mean it to be the quiet and Andy. Well see for yourself. I work out a little bit longer. But the noise summed it up nice but it was time to start this interview right wrong. You guys speaking of fun had had to have had a lot of fun making this movie right now. I'm just stuck on the body of a distraction. Okay do you want to get it out of your system? Now is mesmerizing own iconic luxury items that unreal value with the real real. The leading reseller of authenticated luxury consignment from top designers like Louis Vuitton Gucci Rolex Cardi and hundreds of more add up to ninety percent off retail. Prices I love like you know how much we love. 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Because Taylor Swift as the Ellen DeGeneres of Pop music it's also whoever lost pandering bullshit. She handers by just like Oh viral person. Give them some money and put them in my thing to tell me my relevancy. That's what Taylor swift does tilt called every gay person and was like so. You think Jesse Ferguson. Like gets in a sports car seconds. He was already there. He didn't need a phone call. You know we're doing one thing I'm there you know. I love things. So Yeah Taylor. She was until you're supposed to do because it was pandering. And what's really funny about? That was that. That's what caused people to be like. Who is Lauren Gray? But this is a name that I've been hearing or has been popular for a while now. Because she is one of the few very few breakout ish tick tock you to musically whatever stars that has longevity still seems to be around. Good morning guys. It is currently eight o'clock in the morning. I just woke up and made my bed and I had to take the sheets off my bed and throw them in the wash because smudge decided to leave me a present right next to me on my bed so that was pleasant to wake up to my forehead is currently breaking out. What's new you guys? Know THE DRILL. But it's like a little bit worse than normal because I've been traveling and I've been stressed so today I just wanted to do like a spend the morning with not even routine but just like a spend the morning with video because I've been doing a lot of like get ready with type videos and this is going to be similar but I'm also going to show you what I'm eating breakfast and then what other. Shenanigans. I'm up too so I guess we'll just start with makeup and I will see you guys over. The vanity will partly because she was on the first form of Tick Tock was musically so like she just parlayed that into tick Tock Stardom. It hit the stratosphere also. She got older too. So Donald Physically people didn't quite make the transition because there is some names. I remember mentioning or at least seeing some of those people. Just don't exist anymore on. Maybe they didn't want to go to tech talk or whatever it is. The point is is that she is a long lasting like member. Baby Ariel. Who actually does plan to the story. What she up to they all start releasing music and they kind of fall off. Well maybe she just as Rela musically It is obvious musically. A lot of the people who were on musically were trying to become famous singers. They were trying to go like a bieber out. Like I'm GonNa just like do covers an sing songs on this thing like tick? Tock has started veering towards more comedy but Lauren Gray. Kinda does funnier stuff to like Lauren. Grace funny as well you know. Have you watched her? She does I was on. I was on her profile and I was like. I can't be on here long but she does like. She's not just a singer so she did get a record deal that was worth like a ton of money she did. She did par. Par Par lay the like seeing did on these much did I did you say pro. Am I saying it's like why am I saying? Sorry I'm just I'm just repeating what you would ever known like mad at for. Saint like words get in your brain and like I'm GonNa keep using the stupid ass word. Okay go on sorry anyways. The point is that she successfully is one of the few that successfully figured out how to be just talented enough to get a record deal to work with but has enough influence. Where recommenced record company that she could actually sell music? It's like a funny mix. It's like she's a good enough singer where she can make music and it doesn't sound terrible and it's passable but also the popularity makes up for the rest of that kind of what I'm saying. You know what I mean. Lou How Clean to I'm just scrolling through her videos again to. It's just like you scroll through. And she's doing a lot of like cutie. Little look at my clothes. Look at my shoes. Look at all this like there's something aspirational teeny about it. As well. So like per popularity makes sense points. Popularity is huge. She has over forty million. Tick Tock baller is now so of course Taylor swift was like I need someone. I need someone. GimMe a Tick Tock. I need a tick tock person and this person. It's it's at the point where she can ask anyone. And they'll do anything and I do think there is something about making music videos like once it's big enough. It's we have to ask like so much. We have to ask all these people to be in it so it me just bigger bigger bigger. And that's when you get like the just the worst kind of Easter egg spotting thing which is just like just a bunch of stuff. Yeah and I am. It's funny because we were talking but we were talking about this with the stupid video. Maybe it was on a Patriot episode. I'm not sure as we were watching it live. I was sort of like. Oh this is disappointing. Because it's not. I mean there is sort of apples to oranges but a lady Gaga music video was sort of cause for major preparation. Because you're like okay. This is going to be an investment of time. This is going to be ten to fifteen minutes of stuff. It's going to be this stupid stupid narrative but still a narrative like you're watching because it's essentially a short film which beyond say does as well but it's it's a different thing as well like lady Gaga doing that anymore. It was weird to see sort of straight three minute video for the song. That's at Taylor. Swift has never done that. Taylor swift videos have always been about cramming as much stuff in there as possible so that people can call out like Like you're saying like find the hidden image like you're in highlights magazine. Like that's what Taylor's concept is lady Gaga concept of always been like big narratives like stupid story like over the top Taylor Swift says like how many people can I jam in here that people can screen shot and then make articles out of. Yeah I know right. That's it. So what's interesting? What is interesting about this person Lauraingraham? She's like she's obviously one of the big characters on one of my favorite websites super fame dot com. Just getting it's like they're reportedly tick Tock Stars and stuff. That makes me depressed. There was some like she like. She did like bully baby aerial which is a while we might have even brought talked about this but she there were these videos that came out where she was like making fun of. Baby Aerial. I guess who was the WHO used to be the top of our game talker. Musically are but I'm not trying to find the video and that if you see I put the screen shut in here when I tried to find the video of her bullying to believe the video has been taken down and it says this video contains contents from shot studios affiliate who has blocked it on copyright grounds like imagine being the company that owns these tech talkers videos. Yikes rape but the apology still there. Which I appreciate the whole thing is like I'm literally fourteen. This is all I now but she is seventeen. She's now appearing in just only three years since this happened and now she has music. And I'll play some here and you can see if you like it. Maybe you're a big fan. I don't know it's sort of because the music industry is changing so frequently it never stops evolving unlike. When was the last youtube? Like truly like Youtube Star Social Media Star who turned into a big star? And it's like Shawn Mendez. Be Cardi B. Cardi B. Cardi B. Unlike bad baby. Who Bad baby lied reality? Tv as well though. Yeah I just. I'm thinking of like social media. Stars social media presences. Who MADE THAT LEAP. Luna's Ex but like technically not you're right like who? Yeah I mean but even those are Youtube. So it's right winners. The last night when as Mendez is the probably most famous lash only big pops to come one of these musically music lie hotter. Those these people monetize their music but they don't actually cross over until like actually pop chart making music they just. Yeah they get a you. Dave people watch their videos on YouTube. And that's what I was GONNA say so. It's like does it matter like she signing these traditional record deals but like in its saying in this thing that you painted in here according to Docks Lawrence getting a five hundred fifty thousand dollars advance for her first album and can make up to four point. Eight million total for her second third and fourth and its like does. She need the albums or can she just do these non traditional things and make money off of tick tock also singing like she could even probably go on tour without having to release these traditional things. You know what I mean like You don't need to be a pop chart topper. No be really successful away. That niche fandom works. It's like just find another thing that you can viably do and do it right and put it on the pro and put it on the platforms at early working on which is youtube right because youtube is now music as well and it doesn't it like okay. That's fine and if it hits beyond that then that's great if not the same people are just GonNa Watch. Watch your youtube but I feel like the danger with with this. Traditional thing is people are gonNA say like Oh. She released an album. It's a flop and it's like. Yeah the the traditional album might be a flop but like she's very successful in all of these other avenues. Rhino it. It's it's it's interesting even fucking release an album. That's what that's my question. Yeah why not just release music videos until the end of time? That's you know that's probably the answer. I don't even know she has a record deal but like td on whether that means traditional record might not even mean that at all. It's sort of like how people like we have the subconscious cultural conditioning. Where it's like it. You're not you're not an actor until you like I want to have a TV show. I WANNA have a movie. But it's like you could still act on like your web series and be famous but it's like you have this compulsion like no. It's not real unless I have a real movie movie And there's a version of that here. Okay next fall okay. I just called but I have important question. Who is more famous? British Harry caray style or Prince. Harry and I think they're both names. But and what about Harry Potter? Okay thanks crush. Coffee is so good that I got from this coffee shop on my top most famous. Harry I is it my gut says it has to be Prince Harry right like how could not right? It's gotta be Prince Harry because even like older people know who because it's whatever but and also the the British monarchy is like kind of worldwide at this point because of everything that's gone down print areas like pretty. It's sort of like. How do you compare anyone to Prince? Harry you know like Prince Harry and Prince William or two of the most famous people in the world regardless of category or name so like killing you? It's almost unfair because Harry styles is immensely famous famous right. But you know like you just can't compare with us. We right like England right you know. Maybe that's a western thinking. Maybe that is western thinking mindset. But it's just like these are very famous princes and also within pop culture which Western pop culture gets pushed off to the rest of the world as well. I mean. 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I didn't thinking a lot about who restored flockhart. I what happened to her? We still see Harrison Ford around and I think only Harrison Ford is always a Vegan early in the back of the award. Show during an old man. Frowny thing he does who just don't see Callisto Ruppert anymore. Where did she go? Yeah 'cause Flockhart who were then what she has to just think about it a lot crunch crunch. Who WERE THEM CLIFF? Lockhart one two three. Who who is? Am sorry yeah. You're probably right. I mean ally. Mcbeal has gone over them and close a flu. We've we've like maybe done this before. I'm having a Deja Vu moment but it's funny that you're like what is Harrison Ford up to. He's literally starring in like a big movie. That's coming out this weekend on a floppy but call the wild reading. I mean it was like one on one billion dollars to make this movie with the dog right. But he's like everywhere I mean he's pre. He is out there like clip at. Your right is not as much but but Harrison Ford Harrison. Ford is. He's out there. I mean he was just in three star. Wars movie is almost like I hate race. He's like Oh. Please put me in a movie with a CJ DOG. That movie was pay me. How much money do this final do it? You know? I saw the behind the scenes clips of the man in the suit playing the dog against Harrison Ford. I was like Oh my God will. America loves dog movies now so of course but that dog like it's like the entirety of Lion King. It's impossible to watch you feel so weird. It's like Uncanny Valley. The dog is like winking and like doing all these. Humani things at dogs. Kinda don't do really kind of don't do I mean some dogs are amazing and do stuff like that. We you know kind of don't do so. Kalisz LOCKHART IS HARRISON. Ford's wife her mostly. Chronic role is as The is gene Hackman's daughter and the birdcage. Just kidding it's the role of Eileen Beale in ally mcbeal which is a show. I've never watched by the way you know I would say ally mcbeal is is one of those shows. It's really of. It's time. I'm not sure the a macho. An ally mcbeal rewatch is like on anyone's list and notice. It doesn't come up in those. It doesn't come up as something that people are out there watching and saying go re-watch ally mcbeal go within forty seven B. I watched it when it was on and loved it but I just I don't. I'm scared to Rewatch it. I don't think I don't think it would hold up wasn't a cancelled. Only two thousand four. It was on for like doesn't two okay at two thousand to make sense because I had a friend not a friend. I had an acquaintance in high school and one time while she sat in front of me in class. But what did that event French? Oh French last definitely. She had in her school planner. Like choose one of those like extremely organized people who like had that that that that handwriting. That like perfect handwriting that everyone had you know And she put everything like her planner was funny because it had tests and she had it open under Scott so I would look at it but in the same weight as she would put tests she would put the shows that she was watching Ryan. I remember specifically one time I was looking at her calendar and it was like French exam or something and then bigger font it was Boston legal and then later on was ally mcbeal and I was like. It's really funny that this girl watches Boston. Legal analogous deal because Tamir same show well to me. I was like what do I want to watch these? These are shows for parents like I was like. I'M NOT GONNA also spiel takes place in Boston right so it's a Boston legal show. Also it's Boston legal and Boston Legal Boston. Legal a spinoff of Alley mcbeal. No they all David Kelly shows. I don't remember what Boston legal. Michelle GonNA call in and be like give my husband credit alley. Mcbeal took place at a fictional law firm in Boston called Cajun Fish. I remember this because we it was exciting to watch Boston. Based shows and in my household and other both David Kelly okay so he basically but Boston legal ally mcbeal are like saying ally mcbeal ally mcbeal. They're both Boston legal shows. You Know Boston legal started in two thousand four it makes. I guess if if my story has appoint that's a stretch. I think it's that when I when those shows were on. I thought of them as shows for people who were absolutely not me like I was not one of those kids who was like. Sure Your Mom and Dad I'm GonNa Watch the West Wing with you. I was like no you know ally. Mcbeal is cultural legacy. Dancing Baby Co Ed bathroom Searching my soul by Vonda Shepard Callisto flockhart that. I mean that truly will oh end up who really did amazing in this day and it was like people thought classify carts like career would like take off from it but really it was big actor for her. So what is she up to? Now she still working. I think she's just like rich and happy. She's a mom she's just like I'm just because she's not working doesn't mean she's outliving her best life. I'm sure she's fine. She was just a voice in the penguins of Madagascar movie. Mazing she was in the reboot of supergirl. That was that whatever like up there. Opportunities for Callisto Flockhart in. It seems to me that she's just like she. She takes up when she wants it but she has the luxury of not being not needing work you know yes and also I found this profile of her from when brothers and sisters was on she was on brothers and sisters for a long time That said the Creator referred to her as Let's find this locked in star. Reluctant Prince as I would describe her as a reluctant star. And I mean that in the most magical way a reluctant princess. So it's a yeah. She doesn't love fame. It's like very much acting as my son of started dating Harrison Ford. Then I mean that's like the most annoying is that if she doesn't love fame like which brings me to the a very fun fact that I did not no. It's not even one of those things I forgot about this. I didn't know that did not know this. So I guess in two thousand thirteen. James Marsden was promoting something and during his interview with this person in his profile. He revealed that he was the original wing. Man When Callisto flockhart and Harrison Ford started dating James. Marston went on their first few dates with them. So it would look like a date. They James Martin was also ally mcbeal. Brielle's yeah and so there were friends and he said I'm going to read this quote. She said come to dinner with me and Harrison. I'm like me you and him. It turned out to be a small group of US thankfully but I ended up her wingman. The group had dinner than headed actor. Ford's home for drinks and music. He was giggly and goofy around her but pretty aloof at the rest of us And then he's like we had more drinks. He played more music and then at some point he gave me a look. That said okay. You've gotta get the Fuck Outta here. Because he had to make a move right. It's that's really I've talked about this. 'cause isn't this how we brought up the iconic Harrison Ford earring vacuuming which is like what she spends most of her time. Doing this is not why we brought it up. I think it was just a Callisto flockhart. Who in them but yes. She's vacuum up here. She's vacuuming Harrison's ear. Methodist doing okay. What IS CLIFF Law Guard up to in September Twenty nineteen according to Boston Globe Dot Com Harrison Ford and Cliff Lockhart. Were back in mass over the weekend today. Why were they back? What is back referred to do? They live there now. They were back there. I clicked it but whenever I clicked the the the story it like Boston. Globe is fucked up and it won't let me scroll so. I literally couldn't get past the leader. Mitch. I can only knew that they were backing. You know where they came from where they're going dying. Just kidding has you hi medium medium time so I'm sitting at Washington Square Park and one of my friends just told me that the trade baby from the trade baby commercials grew up to be Jacob. Tremblay I've not for like. Can You please investigates I'm trench? Yeah I'm always reading about how this market is so tough. You know I tell people go to a trade in this you peppers you know no matter what the market does e-trade can help. They got strategies screeners. Twenty four twenty four seven customer support. Anyway they have pretty much every investment. You Need Pampers. I told you to get a flu. Shot e-trade investing unleashed okay. This would be normally like collor sweetie but I just want to address it because it has like an easy answer which is no not only is he not the baby because the baby's name is Manolas Gonzales and also the ages don't quite match up their clothes but they don't quite match up because the baby turned five in around two thousand and twelve so now he's about fifteen or sixteen and Jacob. Tremblay believe it or not is thirteen years old still has he aged since he came on the scene. I don't WanNa think about Jacob aged at all since we first came into conscious of Jacob Jacob Tremblay. Something is going to like take a quick little turn in his DNA at some point in the next couple years and he's in complete if a person. Everyone's going to be like what happened. Jacob Tremblay like you'll never believe who this is and then we're all gonna be like member room and then never think about him again. I just cannot believe that he's thirteen style. I thought he was thirteen like five years ago when he was in rumor when I was a little kid when he made room was seven in room and now he's thirteen own Mike. This is like the least billy I was like. Oh she's still like fourteen turns out no biologist like eighteen. She aged like it's fine. Jacob Tremblay Man East thirteen years old still. So he wasn't the trade baby is what you're saying. I pretty much can confirm that. Jacob Tremblay was not the e-trade baby bobby. I'm sure somebody's already called in about this. But you have to know that channing. Tatum channing tatum. Jay is now going to train the dog movie universe approximately five hours ago to instagram in little over a year ago. I got back from road trip where I said goodbye to my best friend. Making a movie inspired by her so proud to announce that drug G. O. G. Upper case will be released by MGM Studios and in Theaters Next Valentine's Day weekend thoughts. I just can't with this dog universe. Mt was being crunch crunch. Women don't belong in balloons channing. Tatum forever kind of maybe. The WHO use them aside from Lake Kardashians or something to me. there's something about him that screams who to me that. I like that I'm like Oh yeah I love it sink. I think he if he's not a WHO now he like. I could see him dissolving into who territory. I could see him being happier because of it. He makes sense as a who to me like he tried out the leading man thing. Maybe it didn't quite work out. I don't know but like there is also something very vami about your dog dying and you immediately you like using that and making a script about the dog and the dog movies picked up and it's coming out next year and you sold the movie that is power. That's pound makes me think of. He reminds me of like the the the the the thing about Brad Pitt where it's like when we realized culturally. That Brad Pitt makes more sense as a supporting actor. He started getting more interesting work. You know like maybe Brad Pitt isn't like the number one. Maybe he's the like thoughtful character actor who just happens to be a hug. The thing about them is like it's hard because he's so typecast because of the way that he looks is but like the stripper thing obviously came from his own brain and his own life experience without a car. And then these other probably breakout role was probably jump. Jump Street right. And he's so funny. He plays like level big dope so I just wonder like what he wants to do with. Is that what he wanted? The realm he wants to mocks catcher and they were like this is his this Oscar plan. Then it didn't work out so wasn't done Can I read you the description to this dog movie in dining whether the dog is going to be a live action dog? Or a call of the wild. Cgi Monster Dog. Let's Artis tatum. Will play Army Ranger Briggs who alongside his companion Lulu a Belgian Malanois. Look at specific dog. I guess that was a dog breed of his dog who died haul ass down the Pacific coast time to catch their best friends and handlers funeral. One of them has a week to live. The other lives everyday like it's his last. Which is which I think the dog. The dog probably lives everyday dog. Probably Elisabeth. Elliot says last year even girl. Lulu whatever together. They'll drive each other insane. Breakup Baker small handful of laws small handful of laws naree narrow Lee. Avai death at the hands of some overly aggressive pot farmers. Okay specific confront the possibility that pet. Psychics are real. Teach each other. Had A love again and give other a chance for a new life. It sounds like the first dog movie. I'm interested in in a longtime really because I like a road movie like I don't need to watch. I don't need to watch like Harrison Ford but technically Harrison called wild is a road movie. I mean they're like travelling and stuff. I don't like CGI dog though. And don't and it's and that's an old story. I don't need another version of that story. I'd rather be a contemporary thing and I don't like sappy dog movies that are about like. Mommy's dying you know like I don't want that like this. Seems like a fun. Somebody does have a week to live. But the person's already dead. They're going to a funeral of someone that's already dead. We know one of them has a way to live. Yeah but it's not like tragedy family. I think what I don't like is the family dog movie. I'm also pulling out of my ass and I just am more. I'm more drawn to channing. Tatum and a real dog than I am Harrison Ford or Kevin Costner. Who Was Kevin Costner? Voicing a dog that's like Mandy Moore has cancer you know like I don't want that. No obviously nobody wants that. So you're guessing this will be a real dog. I think trains dog your dog because it doesn't sound like they need it to do like it doesn't sound like they needed to raft down. The river like didn't call. It's just going to sit in the passenger seat. A huge mistake would be. I think we I think the CGI animal stuff. Really Fucking T. I don't think people like that. No we were perfectly happy with babe you know. Just give me a fake mouth can be a fake mouth but now the only chance to see the farm. He's four one little pig now my head to go to the city and McNair then. Yeah the dogs are. The animals are doing doing all that much. Like they can't do more than like walk this way. Walk that way. Sit like turnaround. But that's what animals do. I don't like overly animated what human actors are for. Like if it's if it's a movie with just an that's why lion king was tough because it was just animals so you really gotta pull a lot out of it. Yeah they were. Cgi animal and he made Kajillions bazillion dollars. So what are we even complaining about? Let's move the Shit on okay Are we done? I'd like to be. Let's call it. Let's call it? Thank you for listening to. 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Sophia Amoruso

"Hey guys did following podcast is a lady gang network and podcast one production, which means it's GonNa be. Awesome. It's the moment you've been waiting for the season premiere of the Bachelorette, and it's all happening on Tuesday. Yeah. Let's clear that up right now bachelor nation the Bachelorette is now on Tuesdays after having her heart broken on Bachelor in Paradise Winter Games, the Bachelor by Juan Pablo who seemed like a real guy will clare finally get the respect. She deserves her journey begins with a mentioned full of new bachelors and a season full of romance tears and of course, Diorama but. Questions remain are all the men there for the right reasons. How did they make an entire season of the Bachelorette in quarantine? Is there any truth all the rumors swirling around this season Claire Blow up the Bachelorette when we finally get some clarification? How many more Claire Puns can I give has Chris Harrison would say the is truly the most shocking dramatic unbelievable season. Ever we do declare yet got one more in the bachelorette premieres Tuesday October Thirteen, eight, seven central on ABC. Well. This welcome to the lady? Gang. Say That again, already gangs are about to change around here each week we catch up with Hollywood's hottest girl. Posse guilty night Becca Tobin at Jack Vanik. Hello. Hello Hello Welcome to lady gang I Becca Tobin here with Jack Vanik and Kelty night. Wow How's it going? Oh. I'm starving guys I hope I don't get angry. I just ate a chicken cases DEA. Delicious. Sorry. wearer. Good Don Kuko's it's this restaurant. Berry authentic Mexican restaurant in the valley. It's so good. So Good Dov Ing. Well. Let's jump into it. It's time for. Good we yes, it is bad we. Know who wants to go first first Algo. Okay. So my bad week. I haven't started with a bad week probably ever. So my bad week is. Down Jock but. Talk did and it's going to end up like tying into my good week. So my bad week is I got a few ear piercings right before quarantine happened like three days before everything went on lockdown and it was really the only thing kind of like getting me through. Mike at the end of this I'm going to have a cool ear you know so a couple, O-. Standards a COUPLA all I had really like getting me through krona. Virus okay. So during the next few months, like you're supposed to care for the ears caring for my ear and then I wake up one day and I have a gigantic blood blister on one of my piercings and it's infected and it's oozing pus and is the nastiest thing I've ever seen. So long story short, I had to take out one of my earrings and it really sent me into the zone day and like ruined my life. So. That's my bad week. My good week is I didn't want my other piercings to have the same fate. So is really starting to research. I think it's because I was sleeping on it because I have to sleep on that side and it was tasting right year. So in my research, I, found the whole pillow. What. Wow it's a pillow. Showing it to us and the. Face. And you just sleep on the pillow like a normal pillow. Be just put your little ear right in the whole and how has your healing because it doesn't touch anything it's amazing and I can sleep on both sides of my face and it's wonderful. But the thing is I got it and I went to go show jared jared look what I got and he got like excited for a moment thinking it's like some second glory. Ella. He's like, oh You know I had somewhere thing. It's not a blood blister. It's called something else. Did you look at a key Lloyd would know mine wasn't Akilah mine wants a Posse crusty lake rejection situation going on I was I had like. You know digital doctor thing as Well I have a great transition into my bad week because it also has to do with pillows. Can I go back I guess please weird. Dying to know this. So I have been I had been sleeping poorly, and then I got sleeping really well, and then I've regressed to sleeping like an eleven month old again where I'm waking up like every hour but I don't remember waking up and I'm in the weird zone so I woke. Weird zone of like your sleep. You're asleep and you know you're awake. And you're not sure like anyway. So I woke up the other night middle of the night I was wearing this black like kind of romper sleeping. Thanks. Hot Summer and I go to pull I pull it down to pee in the night and there's like round. Shit. Over the Romper unlike what and I'm like looking at it I'm like, did I put my pants in the middle of the night and I was like pull it up close to my face I swat it's chocolate. So I know I'm like that's so weird. I must have gotten some Choco is eating my daily ice cream klondike sandwich watching TV at night before I go to sleep, which is my quarantine hack. I must have dropped some chocolate and it's What I do happiness because Klondike a day keeps the salads away. That's. True it is true. So you got you gotta get naked I, take the chalk I, take the chocolate romper off and go back to bed right and then I'm having this fitful sleep having sleeping I'm wet I'm sweating and like you know I'm just not sleeping well, I wake up in the morning in the middle of the night. To snuggle and eat a large dairy milk chocolate bar by myself in bed it is completely slathered the side of my bed. There's a chocolate shaped Kelsey like self tanner on the sheets make up in A. Dream. It looked like Pooh and I had to like clean it up and then Chris is like why are you changing the sheets? It's a Tuesday and I was like, Oh, I had an accident and it was chocolate. Where you on Ambien? No literally just. Having a little trashy who's in the weird assumption? No. Your tone. That is so funny looks sleepwalking I was sleepwalking a chocolate bar, which you know is just bad dies. Amazing. God. My favorites so dumb anyway good week I went on. Mattis six hour hike in Malibu. This is a few weeks ago. But I had it on my list and I want to say it I went on a hike and I went with my to like best guy friends dwayne and Joe and we play cards together and we're like real nerds and I just love them so much where like a little foursome I might it's like three boys and a babe. They they're so cute and so supportive of me and but they only see me in my sweatpants with mask and my hair like I've never. This is the friend that I was dressed up for like a work. Once at the Hilton Hotel, the Beverly Hilton and Dwayne my friend was walking towards me for some reason like he was walking past me and I was like Dwayne and he didn't recognize me like he was like who are you and I was like, yeah, because I'm usually so ugly when I see them because. They're like my card playing like sweatpants, ship friends you know. So anyway we on this so they have no idea like they. They never stop like I'm always like playing the same joke with you where I'm like I'm so famous you better watch me on TV tonight in like yeah. Yeah. Okay. Gross girl. So we're hiking up we go for the four of us we go. Went in Malibu and we're on the trail three minutes I swear to God three minutes and I'm walking Kelly and this girl walks by and she goes. And then she goes. Why are you here? I love you I thought the Lady Gang. Like oh my the top of the thing and she was like I'm sorry I've recognized Kelly. I. Anyway Jasmine what's up girl? You made me look so cool I'm sorry we didn't stop for picture I felt like it was because we are social distancing in those people are in my pod and you're not. Very cool. You made me look good in front of my friends that think thank you good night. Oh Wow. All right. How how do I follow that up? Easily I have my good good. It just been like I got recognized on a trail, but I like to tell the whole. Very long winded I have to say yes. Yes. Sir. My good week is that you know early has a few options of where she goes to the bathroom at this house. And one of them is like the backyard there's actually like a pretty big space of grass she gets to run around but it when it's dark out I don't like her going down there because the coyotes and whatever. Sure. So I've been doing this thing on the balcony with like the the. Grass patch like the little whatever and I got so excited because we've been doing the artificial grass and it grosses me out because you have to rinse it off lake the urine lands in a tray it's all. So I bought the like real grass that they shipped you. It had been on Shark Tank I. I had this thing for Hobo. Yeah. It's great like it's real grass and then they'll send you new ones when not one dies whatever. So I was so excited because she was also getting weird about going on the other one this when she was like going on because it's real grass, she knows exactly this. Yeah. So that's the that's the good week. It's so nice to pop route on the balcony before we go to bed pop-up poop poop. Exactly bad week. Is One day. I let I opened the door to let her out and she's being so weird normally she just knows what to do. She goes the patch sniffed around she does thing she's being so weird and she runs back inside I'm like what the CO outside I'm like go to the bathroom I know you have to go so I like Walker out there a leader out there I, turn the lights on and there's poop that's already on the grass, but it's not It's like Raccoon Raccoon scat away at why was I going straight to a human? House. I didn't think about it because I was like what animal can get up here. This is so weird. There's a little tiny space that it could have come from the side of the house up to the balcony, and if Khun did that little bitch found grasp patch, is it tarit or raccoons dogs they wanna like mark their territory, your like I I did not know but I also Google Raccoon Shit looks like which is discussing. More comfortable for them because it's like a nice soft underfoot I. Think the raccoon really wants to be a pet maybe maybe take me in but now early won't go on that thing. The smell is still there from the raccoon Oh shit literally literally. Pick it up because I was like there's no way that I was definitely something in there. Yeah. Yeah, well. anyways who do we have coming up? We have the og girl pass. You know I've been pretty good with my money over the years. But one of my I'm thirty three years old I, really need to adult this year things that I'm doing is really keeping a watch over my finances and that's what I love our sponsor, Albert. 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Our guest today has been building businesses for fourteen years. She built nasty Gal to a one hundred, million dollar Biz she built and then sold girl boss in two, thousand, nine hundred, and she had a next Netflix show about her life and she's a dope pod with over twenty million downloads, and now she's helping all of us with her business class an online entrepreneurship course to help create your own successful business. She also has a Super Rad newsletter who's doing. there. You can sign up to get weekly and SPO- right into your inbox. please. Welcome back to the lady gang the O. G. Girl boss Sophie. Amoroso. Thanks welcome back. How? Yeah. I mean it's years. Yes. So much changes so many changes but I think what's really I wanted to I was thinking about in the shower last night. Why would I shower rash sex? It was sexual I mean, have you seen the fence? You know good fonts on. North thing about you because I think it was in January February of this year. you were still at girl boss doing the rallies and the company had reached out to us and they were like, Hey, do you wanna be a part of one of these live shows or something and I remember being like Oh my God so things we're cool or call. She wants us to come to the rally like Michelle. And then of course, Kovin hit and like that doesn't happen anymore and then since Kobe, hit you've. Changed pivoted your life as well to to this class, and so I was like can cova man we're this close to being. Cool. Now you guys are very cool and we've been buds for awhile. You guys came to like the Nasty Gal store opening or I don't know if a celebration we came to celebrate you on the discover. So weird that year. That was probably June of twenty sixteen and then husband you guys met there are member were chatting my him Yup. He left the next month and then in July, and then in November of that month. NASTY AL happened. This was a long time ago. So let's start. Let's start closer in but that was two thousand sixteen was a brutal year. Understand I've known you guys for a while we don- we sold your stuff. Jack I know back on a day I've decided to now take everything that I've learned over those fourteen years accidental entrepreneur not like an NBA business person. I learned the hard way by doing stuff and doing some victory and blowing it at. Fast. And I've seen the land mines and stepped in them and I know where they are. So can you know hopefully step over as many as I can now and I just WANNA share that with people out of phase my career where the whole Sophia show victory lap thing the glamour of entrepreneurship, for me is Kinda like. I just WanNa make dinner at home and I did that before. Did you know like I'm not trying to you know get on a red carpet or getty images you your beyond lists or whatever like I did that and so sharing everything out of learned is just it's really it's so Rewarding and I've been doing it with a focus group who I'm sharing with course content coming course called, business class. and. Just getting their feedback has been like so awesome it feels really good and so when I say business-class that sounds like the most boring. Name for a class ever for on course but it's also the best because it's all airline themed. No it. I got it lands the bonds orgasm over Oh. Yeah. I worked with an incredible branding agency called out set on this and. They'd just done an amazing job I. think it's like I feel like it's like the best brand I've ever done. Nobody. Cares about it yet, very early days but the copywriting puns and wheels up and your passport to whatever get your ticket doors are closing like all of that is just like I love copywriting. And there's a scholarship, there's a scholarship program Sir we're giving away two hundred, thousand dollars of scholarships. Wow. Good. Free L. underrepresented groups. Who have access to the course and the community that we've launched called the lounge, which is the APP. Out Nachrichten, our flight crews supporting people on. A. Got It. So Fun. And then we also have a a scholarship with outset, the creative agency who did Marie condos brand. They did daily harvest they they've worked on some incredible incredible start at brands and there were have there'll be an application process. But. One student or passenger. Will. Get a full on like brand build out from these guys when you buy the course get this. Oh. My God. No matter where you are in the world, I just can't believe. We can do this internationally because the courses open internationally. There's a binder, call a flight manual. Baby. Blue. That comes in a burgundy saddened bag and a box whatever box. And it has tabs inside that match up to the two hundred pages of worksheets that I'm creating a wide that I've created for the course, and you can print them out and put him in there. And it's just like a delightful gift with purchase that you can have on your desk and have like a little physical representation of what it is that you've committed yourself to in a Bible of all your worksheets once they're done and I love a worksheet, it has coming right now I love a printable worksheets I you know I I really try to you know I'm a recycler I have to electric vehicles but I like printing things sometimes you need to write it out. I'm really big on that Lake Paper Yeah I love it. Paper mixed feel important. Yeah. Right. I was just saying that there's nothing better than that feeling. When you cross something off a less. I'm official so so Based on this course and like and you being back with us today I think you know since since it's been a few years since we last had you on leading has also been through many many pivots and we've put some stuff out in the world that has been Crushing, Burt We. Well, we thought it was going to be great. It wasn't. It didn't turn out the way we hoped and I think like you know learning to pivot and business like didn't also didn't go to business school. We are also sort of just jumping in head first and when it doesn't work, it's like heartbreaking but at the same time you learn so much in those moments, there's can be twenty four hours in a day where you're like, wow, I learnt five years worth of lessons in this like one. Post or whatever it is. and. So I thought it'd be really interesting for us to kind of talk about the pivot and the resiliency because. So many times you know we we sat all the time. People are like, what's the best quote you've ever heard and we always say, well, when he had sophie on, she gave us this quote like don't compare your their highlight reel. Yeah. Use this all the time all the time like we use it all the time when you're on top of the world, it kind of makes you lazy like you lose he has it's good to fail. Yeah. Learn right when you know when I was every winning winning and winning and Champagne clinks for revenue milestones in Preston whatever else we were doing at the time words. It was awesome a great ride but. You know I didn't see the you don't see the crash and burn coming because you're. So you know those high is. You can be so out of touch and so. They ground you and that I've been really grateful for it sounds like you are too. Yeah for sure. And I think like you have been a big role model for us in the sense that you didn't try to hide any of the missteps. Been Very Vocal about the landmines you've stepped in and the lessons that you've learned and the quote on paper failures. But I think that for US I don't know if we would have had the courage to come out and say, Hey, we miss this thing up. But you know what? We got a lot of things right? We were just so worried about covering up the thing we didn't do perfectly and I think that you've set a tone and female entrepreneurs in this entire generation that sugar shares and like it makes it more of a human experience and I think in turn it makes women feel like and just people in general that. You can do it. It's not the perfect ride and this sparkly thing totally and just for the record I have no idea what you're talking about. So you think everybody knows and heard about what you did or didn't work. And it's I'm I'm paying attention but I'm you know it's like people are so obsessed with themselves in their own problems so yeah, just like remember that whatever you're beating yourself up over most people have moved on right it took me a really long time to realize that I was lashing myself for so long after Nasty Gal fell apart and we talk about it like, Oh, I don't know if anybody's GonNa you know I'm damaged goods. You know and people started telling me like move on your audience has moved on like stopped rolling on that and that was really that was really great in kind of healing. In the best way, you can heal things you've done wrong as by getting up again and doing them right you know there's so much I messed up and Nasty Gal that I did write a girl boss and then I was able to prove to myself like. Like I it was it was really lake in on some ways an exercise in making sure that I wasn't like an awful leader or you know all things that ended up on glass door when I was a much younger entrepreneurs that was just really like really that that girl was an extremely validating experience and I think I regained a lot of confidence through having started another business. You know. For us we were lucky because when we hit failures I mean a couple of things like maybe I wouldn't say a TV show is failure, but it was definitely a learning experience where it didn't feel right in our got some then we kept pushing and pushing and our audience was like, Hey, this doesn't seem like something that you're really into. And we had obviously network people when people around us but. But mostly, it's the three of us and like one employee, right. So I just wanted to ask you about like being the center sort of Neuron of a universe and people being like Sophia. It's Sofia's fault. It's Sofia's fault like how you deal with that because we sort of were lucky 'cause. They're like it's counties. I'm like Jack. Taffy Buck. You know you guys are giving me praise for being so public about failure but it's like I didn't have a choice. So you can hide or you can show up and say, Hey, like I, you know I messed up. People are always gonNA point at. You as a leader. So even if there are other circumstances behind the scenes with networker anything else or in my case. Executives here. I. Trusted and didn't know how to hold them accountable to run the business. Right. This is not an excuse but that was a huge part of you know the you know what happened over ten years at at my first business and no matter what people are GonNa Point at you. And the will corporate you know the whole corporate we recognize that we could have done better and we are committed to. Thing. People just don't people just see right through now and it's felt at times like I was a lamb led to slaughter just like I didn't choose this like who what you know but you put yourself on the cover of a book you put yourself on television in your kind of signing up for it. Oh Yeah Yeah so people are always gonNA point it you and you do have to take responsibility even if you have no idea how some something came about or went down or you know you know when you When you have hundreds of employees especially, it's like you definitely don't see everything that happens. I think it's interesting too because you know when things are going well, everybody wants to take responsibility of the work that kind of led you to when things are going great. When things go up than everybody else's pointing their finger probably to the same person. So it's kind of like the short under the second nonsense to that's true and I think there are varying degrees of this. So I Don't want this to sound like I'm making excuses for anybody or anything or any have anything that's come to light especially in this era and I certainly built a crappy culture at Nasty Gal and am largely responsible for that because I never set up in the beginning I wanted culture to look like like ultimately when you do something and I'm an accidental entrepreneur, you guys are too. But. When you do something unintentionally or at least don't set intention for. How you're going to hire team how you're going to work together what things are acceptable and unacceptable how projects run whether you know how people communicate how people are led and managed. When that starts to scale it's a mess like that doesn't scale. So you have to do it at the very beginning, which feels really corporate and weird Because Jacqueline Johnson from creighton cultivate when she was on, she said the same thing she was like when I first started, I just want to be best friends with all my employees like hang out and drinks and stuff, and then I had to set these boundaries and like I really I. Really Truly. You're saying it makes you makes them feel weird when you share stuff about your life like. Like I have. Or. Personally like Oh my God. I got a new car because I'm a founder and I mean money like employee's like. Everything that comes out of your mouth as a leader is a reflection. The first thing people think is, how does this affect me? Think that they're just like listening and whatever, and they're like she's distracted my job in jeopardy. were she said something about a mother boss in the company are is, is that ongoing down? 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So I don't know if you remember from the last time that you're on. So this parts called Assaliya, we have our girls writing questions about everything but we got some like career focus questions that we can fix them lives. We'll see. We'll see. First. Question comes from anonymous. She says my husband of ten years and I met at work thirteen years ago when he was my boss, we had an instant attraction in as our careers have progress. We have both state of the same company however through the years I went from his employees to peer to recently being promoted over him for a key leadership role in the corporate office. You want admitted his ego is completely crushed. We only talk about non work stuff you're fine but it's like walking on eggshells of anything about work comes up anytime. I tried to address the elephant in the room we get into a massive fight. This can't go on forever. Do you have any advice my God that is such a difficult question because I think there's so many of us. On I don't know what your relationships look like. So many listeners, right I mean I was never given the directive to go find some like loaded guy and just chill and that's not really what matters to me in a relationship. So I've always I mean it's it's probably going to be the case. No matter who a date but like you know, I, bring in more than my partners. And that can be challenging it can be awkward at times I think. For something like that I mean holy. Shit. I'm glad this isn't live thing. What do like? I've never experienced anything like that. It's so hard because I think making more money and being a successful career woman. Detached one thing but being at the same office and above is very challenging but also starting out being below and then having those roles switched i. think that's such a tough situation. That's completely different. Yeah Ben to just like being completely different careers and you have enough to make more money than right. You're dude partner because guys need to be really proud. The biggie goes and that's just how it is. You know I wanna be like you know the whole thing fields like totally level. It's just like that's the psychology that's like our brains aren't how it works and if I denied that I'd be single. Which is fine. But it. You know in that kind of dynamic, it's enough to make more than your partner. And then to. She's managing. his. Boss. I just think he choose your relationship or your or your work place. It's not your that you're choosing your career he. One of them has to make career. One of them has to go somewhere else. It's just if that's not working the obvious. Choice would be to change. To change the variable to change the situation. So there's one less thing or maybe like encourage encourage him to go. He didn't get. He got passed over like maybe encourage him to go find an upper job at another company like. Reference. A really nice letter of recommendation dial. So. Feel truth. It's also like women have an incredible ability to be more empathetic. I think this is generalizing, but I would also say that like this isn't even like a male female thing. But how would she feel if she was at a company her husband or her boyfriend came and you know bypassed her she would be bummed out. So I also don't think you need to like. Judge your significant other for feeling crappy about it because I think anybody would feel that way. I. Don't think he's like you know rejecting it because you're a woman I think it's just really tough pill to swallow. So like have empathy and don't judge him for feeling crummy about the situation but also I agree I think that you have to go to different places or the weird money's just such a huge thing relationships, your entree together you're building a life together. One person can afford more I can I can afford vacations that none of my friends can you know? Is Very. It's very different. So. Learning how to communicate about that seems like the key. In that something that is challenging Went to couples therapy for a little bit not about this at all with that that ex husband. but haven't done that sense and they're definitely things we could learn to communicate about better and that's one of them. You know it's like contribution can meet a lot of things in a relationship right? Money's one way to contribute You know my house is falling apart like they're just they're in very handy guy he's awesome the best and he's like he's like a crop of the most beautiful. Tomatoes I've ever seen. I mean he's just like out there growing strawberries in Lake Basil and it's just like this bounty of like beautiful things that come into the house. And Yeah. So so so I I think there ways to to consider contribution in a relationship as long as it feels like things are even in this scenario specifically it sounds like it's you can go to therapy or you can choose to. I. Mean I don't know why you have to work the same company. It sounds like you've both been there for a long time. Also your resume looks weird if he work place for like ten years like people don't do that anymore. No. TV She jumps don't Tell Our Lady Gang, employees that. Listening right now just. Out She's on the line literally just never want her to leave us ever but now. We're going to. Go. Sorry long as people are happy you know. Yeah. Okay. So next question says highly is I'm a young entrepreneur in the arts and entertainment industry and looking to work under high profile slash successful figures to gain experience and a good reputation. I'm very dedicated passionate and extremely hard working. But how should I reach out to the higher ups to get a foot in the door when I'm new to the industry and don't yet have industry references on my resume I still WANNA stand out. Wait. So what industry? What was the beginning part entertainment and Arts So I have have any people reached out to you that are just like totally green in the field that has. Made themselves stand out in different ways? Yeah in junior roles. Definitely there are people who email email and are really thoughtful and there's no typos and they articulate in some way why they're qualified or capable and why they'd be you know why they're super enthusiastic and all of the time enthusiasm. And a love of the product or the company goes so much further than experience especially in those earlier roles Yeah. Reaching out to really senior people directly can be challenging but you know, I, think Elaine Walter off. Of that where she wrote the editor in chief of I think it was Ebony magazine and just you know Winter New York met her this I. Don't know what the exact story is but you know she hustled. wrote a ladder like people do notice this stuff and I've definitely hired people who have written me out of the blue being like you know, hey, I saw your social media intern role I worked for Maria Menounos for awhile of mostly done broadcast stuff I'm just out of college but I'd love to help you and they're definitely people out there who misses megan his my intern who were experience with social media, and she has her own social media in it's great but I hired her over anybody else because she was so articulate so thoughtful and persistent and. And really really convinced me. Four someone WHO's new industry? I think you have to get some experience before you start reaching for the top. You know you have to you're gonNA switch industries or be new industry if to put the time in. you've got to have something on your resume before you. You know for the most part before you go reaching out to CEO's or super-senior people you gotta you know and and often when we change industries, people expect to go from. Pr To meet the music industry or something Ruppert meet a managing people. Example. or an executive assistant to like the music industry and do something specialized a lot of executive assistance when I go do something they hit thirty they're like I don't WanNa be a generalist I need a career they all leave. But if you're GONNA, make a career pivot into a new industry, you've to accept that you're used to take pay cup. 'cause you're really good at the thing you were doing right. But you you'RE GONNA pay for year like crash course. See if you're if you're GONNA do that expect to pay cut because if you go out demanding same salary that you had before, you might be in for a rude awakening. We all know that this year has been an absolute dumpster fire and that's where Martha Stewart is helping us so much Martha Martha. 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Here's what I have to offer you here's. You and tell you all about me like that is kind of email our respond to. Them well, it's a gift to be your own hype man in that situation and like, yeah, and tell you tell the person what you can provide for them rather than being like, what can I pick your brain? Absolutely, and that's actually there's a whole script in the course Yan people oh great. Pitching yourself to a podcast gun for how to write that to pick yourself to partner. If you WANNA do like a collaboration or partnership, there's a script in there for that, and then there's a script as well for reaching out to mentors in a way that is appropriate and it is that sandwich of hi I'm so and so keep it brief flatter them love what you do. Specific love that you launched this thing do some research in Boston I. Loved Your when I write a marketer at whatever coca-cola or something loved that campaign that you did bad example. One campaign. This is what I've done. 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Becca when I moved to New York do you remember how much money you made your first year? While I was in college. So different I but I did work at like a boutique. What I will say is that you if you want something badly enough, I mean within reason. I think that you can make it happen I mean there were years in New York where I made like two hundred dollars a week doing regional theatre and I lived in a one a one bedroom apartment with three girls and it sucked balls but I wanted it so badly and I think that if you want something really badly and it's not to say that if you don't want it that badly that. It's like to frowned upon. It's just if you're crazy enough to want it, you'll figure out a way and so yeah well, this reminds me literally of every one of my friends when I was just out of college as well. We we have eight people living like a five bedroom house and everybody was making like no money. So I think that this. 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139. DaShaun Harrison - The loud mouth radicals

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139. DaShaun Harrison - The loud mouth radicals

"Some days telling my brain's like, hey, you can be intellectual in you can be like doing the whole like organizers thing and can be studying all this stuff. But like also checking your heart because that's human part of you introduce meets. So make sure that you're doing. Okay. You team me? Also known as God applaud cast hosted by Sophie, thank and who is a Danish comedian. Aw. Well, you will enjoy this episode. I'm socia-. This is Sean Harrison, it's another Skype internet U S chat. So the sound quality is not as ideal as I would like for its b but on the plus side, it's worth it. It's absolutely worth it. Because they show on Harrison is such an important person such an important figure in the American a'miracle. American civil rights movement. I think I tried to say American civil in the same would. Nope. American civil rights movement. And I I had about them through Keven bay who did research for my book, happy fat. And who is this who who's on this podcast you remember him? So I wanted to get day shown on for ages. That was once when we had set it all up, and then I canceled, and there was ones I think whether they counseled, and then there was one where I forgot which was a bad one. So they were ready with the microphone and everything. And I had forgotten. I felt so bad. I felt so bad. But now we finally did it, and it was worth the wait. You're gonna love they show on. And I'll let you listen to the chat and just a bit of quickly again when I say, I am on, sir. The UK with my bubble wrap. Happy fetzer, which is Pat stand up show my show about being a boy band fan a mentally ill teenager, and it's also about pissing on people for fun the sexual fund. And then the second half of the show is talking about the book happy fat, which I will then also sign after the show. Oh my God. I'm going to be signing my book, can you imagine you can get sick. It's on Soviet Union dot com. Some of them are about to sell out. So you might want to hurry. I'm all over the UK Leeds Newcastle cod. If Salford Exeter London doesn't Waymo dates than that, you can go to my website suit final that out. Then in August. I will be at the fringe festival with my new show the bump swing. I'll be at the Queen dome at seven pm, and I'm very very. Very very excited about this show. I really think you'll like it. I am so excited about this show. By my book. Happy fat is about why. It's okay. It'll be fat. It's part memoir pot. Funny pot. Josh just all about fatness. You're gonna wanna read it. Yeah. It's it's it's out. It's out. It's oh, it's exciting. So those are all of my things also have another pet schools secret dinosaur cult which is a comedy podcast about just daddy issues about dinosaurs about trauma, and it's immune Jody Mitchell. So it's a Quinn on binary hosted podcast. So yeah, give it a listen thing. It's everyone who supports on patriot. It means the world, you know, this. But just creating wanna mention it, and I'm also seeing all of the one donations, and it makes me so happy. Thank you so much for that as well. Thank all of your support. Basically is what I'm saying. Now, I will let you listen to my chat with. Like, I feel like my heart is soft for her DeJean. I just love. I love them. I love them is it soon so up them. I don't think it is enough them. So I hope you left him to and. Yeah, I'll just let you listen to it. This is the fabulous day show on Harrison. Sean. How are you? Hello. I'm good. How are you? Yeah. All right. Yeah. I I'm so happy. We're finally doing this. I know it has been a longtime, homey. And I'm happy that we probably able to do schedules are kinda just all over the place. I notice the time difference, right? So for people who might not know who you watch you wanna just quick introduction of yourself. Yes. Sure. So I'm Don Harrison, I live in the United States, I in a community organizer a writer public speaker. So right on a lot of different things about run things from race gender sex such loudly fatness disabilities and the intersection I wish they all be. And so I do all those things also a net flicks enthusiast, and I love Hulu. And I do these by loved ones. So yeah, I do a lot of different things. And am intrigued by a lot of different things. Where are you right now in your life? Like, right. This very moan when we speak. What's happening? What where are you at what guavas emotionally life wise, went sorts of in your brain space who? Okay. So we're meeting me in are really tough. Spot currently. There's been a lot of things happening with with me and was rice engine Royal in last few months but certificate now's a couple of days. So you know, like. Motionlessly mentally like handled all of the wings, but also still very grounded something before. And still, of course, Mary excited like to be able to even engage in this because. I know like if I if I tried putting off because of life issues, I would be putting up ever. And I really wanted to get this done, but just to be able to talk to you. But yeah. So like, we're meeting me like what? At a rough mowing in my you want to talk about or is that too. Well, I'll know it's like, you know, four. The last month and a half or so it's been difficult because. Searching at as I know, you know, searching for for jobs as like offended is a disabled person is. Difficult because it's combination for us are not really making real myspace fries. And then of course, doing that on top of you know, like by hadn't steady steady housing and and not being able to like. Maneuver, I guess in in the most efficient ways has also been very difficult. So. Just like all around like a lot of different things that. I guess more so witnessing or living in the very structure like. Hardships that we know happen for set Weltman sabre folks and experiencing that firsthand has been the. The biggest the biggest thing the biggest issue for me. But also has been the biggest pusher be tickets that we do because I'm I mean, I've I've always had a like a life that is almost textbooks structural oppression. But being like these last few months specifically being. On my own away from family away for. From comfort zones in experiencing all now on my own has been a whole different ballgame. And so it pushes me because it now we studied this work day in and day out. We talk about a day in day out, but actually being living under it in experiencing it first hand is a different. Is a totally different thing. I think so. It is. Like me finding the glass to be hassle rather than simply. Do you? Do you think when you when we do the what we do, especially when you do the what do all the activism stuff? Speaking about all of this oppression. I think a lot of that takes space out brains, right? And then it's all bodies now emotions that take the hit. Do do you have kind of. It's a plan or a method. Oh. Do you make sure that you deal with the emotions on the body as well? That's a great question. I. So I will admit that suck at that. Right. So. Like trying to be responsible enough to like check in with my body checking with how how Dylan internal leading alma by everything I'm horrible with that. And I think I'm getting better with the little bit where I'm able to like. Somedays by allow no you're not feeling as a as a normal or you're not feeling white as. Constructive as normal in my maybe you should check in with yourself. Why that is because so much of. So much of my day to day is knee like just thinking and going over everything in my mind and working through will what's this thought process in how exactly like? Could you figure this out Huckabee Mitsu, perhaps when you like trans this year and how like, you know, all that all that stuff? So some days. Towing. My brain's like, hey, you know, like. But like, you can be in intellectual, and you can be like doing the whole like organizing thing, and and can be studying all this stuff, but also checking with your heart because that's human part of you. And. So make sure to doing okay, especially since also. My dig is is a heart condition. Right. So. So I actually needed a type with my heart. So yeah, it is something that I'm working on and just working on learning like. I know for so long or for so many of us rather fat folks like we're off Guam sought to not really taking with ourselves. You know, we're always taking the people. And so being able to unlearn that we know like. How about take care of you? I being able to lineup myself has been. A long process, but it has been a seat. Nonetheless. What about you? What she background like where did you? What was your? Because you so you're such an important has news as an important vice? And I just I'm always so curious to find out, you know, what? What made you I guess able to just, you know, not be one of those people. You know what I mean? Now out -solutely first of all thank you at the years such an important versus I really appreciate that. So I come from a. As small city in North Carolina called Wilmington, North Carolina. And I grew up there on the north side of that city which. And I grew up in my in my projects for the the ghetto whatever like folks, and and scholars whoever wants to refer to it as and so I grew impoverished, I grew up in poverty. I came I come from a family of. Three boys. Well. My mom had three of us. I've course in non binary Abba, twin brother and them out his brother. And my step dad has will. Oh at the time that we're gonna have been we add six children. So they weren't they weren't always there with us. But it was always a full house in. And so you know, like. My mom was a bus driver a barber. So not not a lot of money coming in. So. I grew up in in a place where like. Where I I guess in witnessing this. Poverty of my in the racism in that and there Mike forms before my stepdad. My mom was in an abusive marriage smut, father, physically and emotionally do save. So win seem like the structural like responses to that as well. There wasn't a lot of home off offered to hire. At the time. I mean, and there was a lot of things that that she went through trying to might be away from that. So. I guess yes. I'd I grew up there on the north side of this the. We moved a lot because. Wouldn't it wasn't like a lot of money coming in worse? Like, you aren't able to a Bill. So then you have to you're standing so I like before I got to polish. Certain that I lived in. At least. Several different places the town. So like from on different parts of this the north side south side. The east side. And that was that was normal actually like when I was in high school. I was in. I was a band because I in music, nerd a geek because and. So that was like my. So in school hours like wool. After after about agree. I was always like a family population. In in some like, I'd like I knew. People across like race when that, but of course, my right by were black and so in high school, and I got I got in vain, I wasn't Benhamou useful to, but it has van like that was my first time going over to my wife, friends houses and hearing them talk about Holland. They've been there they entire lives in Harry hadn't had it moved. They, you know, they comfort families where they're here said doctors in festers lawyers. It was like a. Cultural song from you. As that wasn't something I've ever experienced. I've never even. But it was normal for people to move around as often as movie, you know, like, I came from homes where you know, some days would even have water are some days, you know, like we live in a house with no power, no rights that was just my like, my material realities and so. I just fast forwarding, I guess, I Mari jumping all over the place. But. So. Yeah. Up in in places like that. And then. By the time. I dig at the high school, you know, I was. I was always in in school in this way in high school who. I just love to read and I can I loved. Macadamia sounds very focused on my studies. And so in high school. I was in honors NATO forces, which were more courses in the school system. And. That was my ticket. That was my that was my way out that was my way of of of like. Being able to. Try to you know vision in in a different world. Because before that measuring was to be a famous singer. I love music. So I used to sing in my church in was in my choir in school in of course, abandoned. Everything sounds like not glacier move as insane. I like a going to be the next lap star. I would love that. I gave up one that really big show. But it was my biggest drink, but such time. And so my senior year has at five to twelve schools hours said seem I was waitlisted by Harvard, and I was in Nive on my number one choice, which was a chapel you. They will rue the day now. And so I decided to lower. We'll acknowledges Georgia in. Ever since. However. So much. Oh. Because you can't like I think this is this is gonna like better answer your question. I think this is my entry point into organizing because I realized then that. You can't run away from structural violence. Because. It's structural. And I didn't you know, like have any of this language before coming to college? But once I got polished after the non-indictment of bear Wilson inaugural between fourteen there some obser- who murdered Mike Brown after he wasn't invited. I realized that my I had to. Become an organizer. And I had to do something about all of this. Can you can you talk a bit about that? Just for the context of people who might not know this case of the case. Absolutely. Yes. So. Missouri here in the states. There was the owned by boy who had just graduated high school was over the summer of twenty thirteen no twenty twenty four eighteen that's summer audience. He was murdered. But resolve severe in wills reported at me was stealing from a store. He has stolen Mike cigarettes from store or something like that. They went officer wasn't even the one who was hard. There was a car, but he wasn't the one. You just saw Mike Brown walking down the street and your support claims it Mike Rome was running two wars in was towering over him. And that he was shooting shooting the gun, but that might just with some invisible human being who just was able to run through the Burlington was coming to attack in. So he shot and killed him. And his body. You might in the middle of the street for four and a half hours. And that was the birds of. The black lives matter movement bless my dog. Dog position started after Trayvon Martin was murdered by. I'm Joyce amendment in Florida. Until the twelve and then organization will started by three queer women. But three black where women, but the bulls really took off after Mike Brown was murdered in tears. Because. I think. We'd seen so many senses senseless murders quarters, but. His murder or his body being allowed to live. The rope. Four and a half hours is family was the media member was watching is blow soak up streets, four and a half hours. I think was a different level Tueson in the city, the city organizers, they took the streets, and they had a week of unrest. And. We've been organizing ever since. And so I was here in Atlanta, Atlanta when that happens. So I remember in August of that year. There was a citywide protons that had thousands of people that I went to and. Because you know, like. The pain and the and the anger was like. Let's stick with saturating was like everywhere. So so many people showed up for that. And then I think. I was I wouldn't sided because it was it was a moment. Then after that. I kind of fell off again, and then in November after the management, I knew that I had to do something. And so I joined I hope. To start learning. They should not join. What we'd call on our campus a UC shut down. So as you see Stanford the Atlanta university center, and it is the largest conglomerate of ACC user black schools in the US. So it holds Morehouse college spun in college quackery carpet. Name Clark Atlanta university today at TC Morris Brown. And more school of medicine. And so. I joined a down and that wasn't January tweet fifteen. And I'll just been going ever since because I realized that. I had to do something to be involved in some way because. I saw a lot. The only difference between Moscow. My brown. Is that? I had a summer to get away. And he did. The only difference between. I is that you know. I was. Much more of a loner, and then really staying outside and didn't really like stay on the streets. And he did because he had friends, and that's where his friend's wearing mapping business. Okay. But I recognize that so much. Of the violence that that came through poetry talapity here in the states is so oftentimes targeted at. Sandblasted set black men like. Though, I didn't five by Mary. I'm up in tons precede or read as a man and that pulls like weeds role in in how police interact with new so. I sort of organizing rates have been on the go ever since. What's the I mean, you can very clear why it's you know, ethically. And morally you have to do something motioning. I feel this tendency amongst most people to not do something, right? Like, if it's I don't know why it's fair if it's out of you. I well, I don't know. I can't imagine that. The need to do something. And I've felt that we're trying to get teachers fired. Right. But. What was it for you? The emotional bid a few that thought a have to act. I was exhausted right? So I remember out I tell you. I remember specifically in December of twenty words name. And must my muster to suicide and. Just a few weeks after that. I was home back in North Carolina. Add school was out. And so I was home for winter break and on Twitter. I saw hashtag Antonio Martin. And he was like Parise in Cleveland, Ohio. And. Like, all the rage and anger and frustration than ourselves after my ground and out there. Dan Wilson wasn't indicted. Completely over to me. And like. It took forever force actually reported by CNN like they weren't reporting it where so long. An all inflation. I was getting was from Twitter's. And there was a guy who was claiming to be the best friend of. Antonio martin. And that he was there witness it all and he was making story was fabricated. The boy was murdered by release. But the story that was originally reported was untrue because it was fabricated by random trolls online. And so after like seeing. That another lifebuoy had been murdered. And that. Media didn't care enough about his life, his body his existence to even do basic that checking to make sure that what would be reported. It was true. By body. Just had a response that just. Was. Unavoidable. And I think that is where I emotionally it was just a lot of rage and a lot of anger a lot of frustration. And then, of course, this deep sadness because there was so much. Neglect. For for. Human lives in for on. So yeah, I think that is like. I think that is that has always been like the emotional driving. And of course, like. You eventually learned that you can organize from solely from a place of drama. So so you you find other other ways other reasons to be involved in doing this work because traumas understandable one of injury. But it absolutely was my point of entry. So yeah, I you. I'm so sorry about this. Cooking west. He did a few seconds ago. You did the. I recognize that breath so much. It's just a meeting when you realize, okay. Also, I've not yet. Breath. It's kind of the physical way of checking in what you saw this going what what's them? What's the other kind of manifestation of that? You know, what how do you? Trying to ask the doesn't sound really like horrible. Positivist? But that sounds like throwing away the entire coast and your trauma. That's not what I want to say. Like journalists said to me recently something about oh. Isn't it difficult being such a killjoy all the time? Started talking about how funny, you know. Fat activists. I you know, how yes group it is the community, and they just I wanna know why you assist like west the fund west to fund and your life. Was you get joy from because this is all have can feel so you can feel so help this right? Yeah. Absolutely. I think that's a great question. And. So tipping one. Yes. People come on our time. I'm always activates taking like really large breath because talking about things that are really heavy, and I don't even notice it until someone else pointed out. Because I guess it's like, okay. We're getting rid of that. I joined that. I enjoy getting like. Getting rid of all of that that care that wasn't covered that into positive and bringing it some some really potted. And so like my positively it comes from. The folks who are much community directly around me like I have acquired family, wait a minute. And they are the funniest people. And they're, you know, they're my best friends are also really, gene my family. I have found. Real joy it real comfort in real happiness in. So we crack up about every single thing. We like in chat, we are in a couple of my group chats we. Are always closer might different reaction videos or gifts or means that will pop Twitter, or it's grandma whatever. Just packing them at silliest things like. There is some might in the world that is so funny. And and I can really give you a good laugh as you know, as a community. And so we just be fine. Slow much lap about an bankbook for that. And then of course, like online community Twitter as big of a hell hole as oftentimes be. It is also like a really good source of laughter for me like I will just. Crack up something on time live and like. Like, I will quote it in of this in my people. I think he's talking about the gum joking. When I talk about how much I'm actually screaming at something or like or really yelling about something because it actually is. So funny to be. And I'll take those moments, and I really liked it with them. And I'll I'm also. Lad, or however long I need to be because things are Larry and laughing is good for you. So yeah, I think I get from that. And then. When when I pop into our our fat chat and absolute like, look it. You of the other soap and everyone else is in there like backing dotes or whatever it's always splits entertainment and is really enjoyable for me. So yeah, I I just. I'm mapping it. I'm always laughing. I don't think I I. I try not to go a day where I'm at laughing at something because there's so many things in the world of this various, correct? In gives different sources of of brain power, energy and stuff. I don't even know the scientific or not what I'm saying. Anyway. Do you in your what which is like taking on on these? Systems and the. Institutions do all of these things. Do you see do you? See it getting into a good pace. Do you? See does it get is? It is getting better. It's getting worse. Can you even say that? It's getting better was you see you working on this forever. Do you see yourself actually seeing a better future? Question if I'm so separating nose back down again. No, no, no, no, no, no, you're fine. I think that the the answer is multifold for me in that. At least when it comes to organizers, though. I never I never had a negative also never have complete possibly buy. So I figure I think this is what I remind myself though, is that. In the US specifically where you know, fighting against when I just US, but in the US organizing without any gains four hundred years of of a machine that was built at sustained in that has been sustained for hundred years. And the. My work is only adding to a long genealogy win each of black liberation movements. And and and black socks were down liberals where work, and so I think of that. I feel empowered I feel like I am. I'm I feel one of less alone. And to the like if feels more impactful to know that like adding on. Like, you know, like when you watch those. Might really horrible superhero films like packing a punch Mike into like wine in their arms like get a really big punch. It feels like like that. Like, I'm parter. Another wine being to pack up bigger point. And I think that that. I think that breathing a lot of. Alums? I find solace in there amend. Of course, like I'm learning to be better about celebrating the small degrees because in doing this work. We don't get a lot of a lot of victories. We don't. Oh, but I think. When like when we do get some I absolutely sit with that. And say, you're right. This is wearing and it's a win that we desired, and it's a win that, you know, Kansas vein as for the moment. And and I'll take that. And I hold that. So. I do imagine. Well, sometimes I feel hopeful that. I will be able to to live in a different world. And then they're out my best not going to happen. And that will be doing this. It's my life. But. I feel comforted in either reality. Because if I continue to do that word, I know that I am just adding to. Work that has been ongoing for such a long time. And that will continue to me thing that is what I almost one. I want to. Have impact on somebody somewhere to where they want to continue to on this once I'm gone, and it's it's that's done about that. That night. So pretty proud and positive about where I am. And where we're going. Being non binary. Yes. When did you was the question? Did you know that you went on binary before you had the language to describe it a did that come around the same time? So good question. I did not know I. I was so heavily dodge innate by Christianity that like. I never imagined myself as anything other than assist gender heterosex- through Christian, man. And then I got to college. And at a professor my second semester. Was it must offers either way my first year policy. I a vested. By the name of the database who is an author as well. It was a brilliant brilliant writer, and he has brilliant mind, and he. It was my first semester because I was really really really still very problematic missteps officiating. Now, remember leaning clash on every Monday Wednesday Friday like this man is delusional. And this wasn't a religion class. It was was in English course. But. He reshaped. Mine's higher way of thinking and opened me up to. New perspectives and new ideas and new realms. And so. With him. And then. One person who is also not binary who app an organizer with were four or five years, and they are like. One of my really good friends names a reject soon. Dave, not by news. I met them. And so like witnessing how they maneuvered and move throughout the school. And and how they spoke about gender in the language that gates gender to the gender between those two people found. Something that I was like, oh, well, maybe like I like. Haven't really sat with this about. Maybe maybe I'm not really may. When we start talking about gender in mandated sleepwear. Menaces really me. So I don't really know where I go from here. But also like, okay. But also, not a woman. So like, wouldn't you? I don't know. What to do? I don't know. I don't know what that is. And they opened they opened me up to that. So yeah, definitely like did not know until I got in our anguish for. A message my quiz as well. Like, although like with my quickness, I most certainly knew that I wounds. Interested in more than just says women, I didn't know any language assize gay straight made about sexual but bisexuality so oftentimes demonize, even that wasn't really a possibility for me. So, but what I did know was that straighten this, and and and participating in street was was a lot more say and was what I was taught was right or normal. Right. And so it wasn't on. That's a college where I was like. Criticism might be traded to all these different types of people in new king. You know, do all these things. Whatever knows like, okay. So. Took me eighteen years back. Finally, rather the place where I was able to learn about different identity things that. I've never been exposed to before. So. Yeah. In your community and in your activists in work. Because you activists activism work stretches out fair than you know, anti racism. It's dude as well with fatness that you talked about the sections. What's the question is is there a frustration in other parts of your activism alien movement or your community where you know, those from some of it, but not all of it. Is there a lot of do? You know what I mean? Yes, I do sometimes the most inclusive spaces the basis that cry. Inclusive often one thing and you're always like, oh, no you maps, elite important saying. Okay. Listen. Yes. I have not been into a single space where I. Where I haven't felt like part of modules you were being raised or being ignored or being purposely leaped out. Right. So like. Our housing Atlanta. And and there there's a sector of folks here who organized against metality who are also like big evenly against where folks. Right, and they won't necessarily. Express it that way, but they don't have to because home folks, never expressed homophobia in that way. But they do it. So you know, I've organized with him because. I recognize coalition building as an important piece of organizing in are recognised education as something that is. Not required for every I want to do. But it's something that I think. Is necessary. If we want to imagine if a different world, so I'm working hasn't been before in have had to like do that also organized with with folks who. Arth we're and and are are black and whatnot. But are also not big assays for people like Meghan not really taken about sadness in disabilities. How that works faces. And then I will go to conferences run by white people who, you know, are like is Fisher fat, folks. And and and and disabled folks, but not really thinking about how that works in tandem with blackness and angel by so. It's like, I'm I'm always in some places or like, I'll go to stasis that are like civically portraying spokes, but don't really. Include people like me who are now by because they're only focused on by Mary translates. So it like, I always like is faces where I'm like, okay. I normally going here at least one thing of my I didn't is going to be a race. And I'm gonna take it. Advocate, those spaces to you. Then do you feel that you change or like turn down any pats of you in those face? Never. No never. Nope. I I refuse like in. And a lot of times the. The. I'm so like outspoken. And sometimes that can of course, get you in trouble. But I just like. I say what I feel a lot. Most of the times like, you know, like this is actually gonna work, and I'm gonna need for you all to like in a different policy or do some more education, or whatever it is that you need to make sure that you're making space for for folks who you're actively or exit from the conversation from this face. Like a lot of people who I'm surrounded by we have this reputation of being there, the Lao? Mouth radicals. Who can't built twist base without? Missing something being wrong with it. And you know, like over the years, I've grown very fond of that reputation because you good, you should know that I'm gonna show up until you that something that you're argumentation during his wrong, and that you need to fix it. Because ultimately, I think like. That is what we should wanted to do. Right. It's like wanting to make sure that we're catering as best as we can't do it to all marginalized votes in especially those who on Martin's and people who are mostly marginalized, Nick, you're not really focused on on us tonight. Why are you even doing this at all? So yeah, I. Absolutely in my in fact, those faces at make sure turn up the volume by on on whatever was being a race in a. I'm in a face where they're like actively a racing, folks. Now might like where something where is very much more visible than like, I am for that person. And that you're not willing to earth when it comes Asian or if I'm in place like where they're not really like. Considering queer folks accurately, making sure that you know, that I'm person in Mike, and I'm talking about criticism hawking will doubt like things that would would only be understood really if you're in Mike queer are translations and like being loud about it much. Just just making sure that. People are fully aware of mine since I'm in the rooms and why they should he focused on. On centering close like me and more. Specifically folks who don't have the courage or or the access were doctoral Safin though to speak up. Right. Like, I I think part of my work over the years has been. Sometimes. The expensive myself like. Compromising a sacrifice in mine safety in and my. My ability to to be unseen for the sake of others nothing. Then you know, like, that's what organising is it means making those sacrifices, and if you're not willing to make sacrifices shouldn't be organizable. And so you know, like, I will take the. Humanization and the lack of safety with neck house happy visibility. If it means that there are people like me who will be able to give better here in the long run. Do you think that moving as often as you did has given you some kind of? Comfortable nece with. You know being in new spaces all the time. I'm imagine, you know, having if you live in the same. Place the first whatever eighteen years of your life. There must be something. That's kind of. You must be like suddenly being suddenly being hard that. You know, you have to fit in here you have to fit into this place. Starting from the beginning in new places. Do you think those something in that that has given you something useful for the situation? Oh, I think so I think that. So I'm an ambivert. So I like have the. Qualities of why introverts and extroverts, but. Also have social anxiety. And so like. Before insurance will myspace, I might. It'd be all whatever. But because of my bike, my background organiz or in moving and then just in terms of like training, organizing the second I walked in the space talking to people like I've known forever. And I think that helps a lot I think. Organizing and more specifically like having to so take conversations and meetings and having to. To Bill coalition with different folks organizations has really taught me how exactly to show up for. Are yet to show up in in in a room and. These president is possible and be as potable as possible. So I think that. I definitely think that organizing in that way has or that moving around a lot in that we talked a lot because it's not wherever I was. I. Bill news Mindy. What folks and would have to do new relationships with people with neighbors or other kids with having to catch a different buzz, or whatever it was? Right. And so, yeah, I definitely think that. Definitely a major role in how I that will with organizers faces now. So a question that I always ask is is this question. What question would you most want for me to ask you? You know, maybe you have an idea of what we thought we would be talking about. Maybe you know, that thing I didn't get to say, oh, you know, maybe I had talking about all of the trauma. That you think people ship now? One thing that I would have said really is like something I've already mentioned about like, by luck usual. I don't know. I don't think like. Okay. I'll ask you about that. Do you have a? Jio fantasize about you know, this rock hop dream. Do you have a specific fantasy that you always go to? I mean, this is very much projecting. So I'm thinking you have a specific disease. No. So well, kind of so I. Okay. So back when we're very Christian identified. I like really have a lot of really popular. Gosh, Florida's where I just knew I wanted to perform with. I still am onto one with two speakers at Nemi artist. But. Now, I'm like. Have a like a love so many different privacy. Amusing. So like, I just always imagined. We're like I get to. To be on stage where I'm able to form with folks like Fantasia along with people like. Beyond say along with people like her or a U R E are along with like these soldiers, our as in the Mike break, Liam dislike across different, my John RAs, even my some of my favorite country artists like Carrie Underwood and rascal brats Clarkson. I don't know. Like, I have. I'm like of the fan writes, something different types of thing. A party B and. Yes. So I have like. It's like like us. Coachella sorts, but without the. Colonialism? Taking over his face says that are indigenous. So. Yeah. Like, just like bringing all these different some of my baby, John, listen, bigger audience together in mice, sir state of import night or something. That's an cooler than my Meatloaf. What is that? How about that? This is my mom left, Meatloaf, and she always play. Well, my mom loved big vices. So that's always been my thing. And it doesn't matter what. Or is. If it's gospel rock old. I mean. I mean, heavy metal or musical seats. If it if it was a big rise and Meatloaf as a big, right? So that was a since I was a child. It was just weird fantasy of being one of these often nameless women. And this I always find a way to justified in my head. Why would be me in that situation? I cannot say. What's semi responsible? For Trump said, I'm not he's one of the. No, really, though. But also like. Your mom, and I have to be good friends. I think because that is me if I don't I don't care about the John Ritter areas like. This is a big voice or even if it's not like a big boards that is a very clearly skilled going like you can. You can tell which voices are are skilled in which artists studied aircraft. I won't love regardless. So. That musical theater. I it rises and like Cynthia Haribo I saw her. Yes in color, Broadway. And I was like. Her in amber Riley athletes with my favorite musical theater woke. Liz amazing. It's amazing. Oh, I'm so happy about. Yeah. This is literally like when I'm not thinking about everything else. I'm literally sitting with us IX in probably on YouTube watching different performances of these are. That's my life. The the the Kyle after one of the the color purple performances on Broadway. When they've saying is around San friends tied preparation. You do pep Lorraine have yes, I have is. So good though with. Jennifer hudson. Yes. Yes. Cynthia rebel end. There was Daniel breath who I really love. I didn't know if she could sing. And I was like, wow. This is actually the invincible. Yeah. That was a secret thing and people like oh, right. What how did you not tell right? Like, I'm like, how do you go from orange the new Brad? So like color purple. I love it. I wanna going to ask you the last question. Okay. We'll do the extra question for the special content for the patriots people. Last question is this. So you're in the pronoun today in you pronounce, okay? In the delivery room. Okay. And you have just been born. Okay. And you now a holding yourself as a baby. Teeny tiny, the show is crying and crying and crying as you know inside of the womb. It was nice and comfortable and woman. And now there's lights and sounds everywhere. That's haras fide right there. Like is this life is this what life's going to be? It's just going to be like now. What the fuck? And you know, that a lot of life will be license ounds, but it won't be. It. Sounds the other tiring. Terrifying. The sad things. That's also good things. Sometimes so you can say something to yourself. Now, you can't change the future. So it doesn't you can't give advice. They'll forget immediately. They're wondering what life's going to be like, so what would you say? It's a teeny tiny baby you. Oh, I think I would say. You will one day better than you are. And then you'll become better even better than that. 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Peter Newell, The Art of Discovery - How to Innovate and Solve Real Problems at Scale - InnovaBuzz 345

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Peter Newell, The Art of Discovery - How to Innovate and Solve Real Problems at Scale - InnovaBuzz 345

"Welcome to the INOVA bus podcast with L. job is to help you don't visibility P- professional credibility and connection with your ideal client. Why Pudding human at the center of Innovative Marketing? So you can build and strengthen and engaging enduring relationship with your clients. On European straps from his and honored that you're here with me. If you haven't joined our wonderful marketing transformation community. Go to. See. And collect your free gift as well known do subscribe to the show and also labor review because it helps Abbas find so. Let's get into today's master close on this. PODCAST. If, you want to be more innovative you have to be more inquisitive. Go look for problems have to go look Friday is yeah. After go look for the people who you can combine at one place actually deliver. Thanks. And you have to figure out how to use. every social logical trick in the book. To to get small groups of people to collide and catalyze on something and then get them to drive forward. Just, it's not a one person game. The. More diverse group you have room the better off your. Welcome back I. Hope you've had an awesome week so far. Now, if you haven't listened to my recent conversations with author and master inventor Neil. And with the team from Papillon Sonia, Z. Beck and Dan, art shell, then check them out. But only after you've listened to today's conversation. Now, I'm really excited today dive on the INOVA bus podcast is my guest Pete Newell. Pete is a nationally recognized innovation expert whose work is transforming how the government in the US and other large organizations compete and drive growth. He's a retired army colonel. He's CEO of the MNT which is a Palo Alto based innovation consultancy and early stage incubator that helps solve some of the hottest real world problems in national security in state and local governments and beyond. Pete. Is also co author with LEAN STARTUP FOUND A, Steve Blank of heckling for defense an academic program toward it forty plus universities that teach students had to quickly solve critical national security problems while performing a national service. Prior. To joining Behmen, T pay was director of the US Army's rapid equipping force charged with rapidly finding, integrating, and employing solutions to emerging problems faced by soldiers on the battlefield. In our discussion today pit talk to me about the idea of practicing risk taking in a safe environment to learn about the value of failure. Which talked about moving from a product centric to a problem centric mindset. And Pete explained the art of discovery the best way to get over your fears and test your ideas. Without further ado, let's fly into the hive and get the buzz from Pete Newell. Hi, I'm your host Jurgen Strauss from over Biz and I'm really excited to welcome to the another bus podcast today from Austin in Texas in the USA paid annual, who's the founder and CEO of the MT and Innovation Consultancy and early stage technology incubator that works with national security organizations to rapidly solve challenging problems. Pesos are co host of the innovators radio show and podcast. Welcome to the another buzz podcast paid. It's a great privilege to have is my guest. Now. Thanks so much for the envoy go out of here. Now. But Alexander Asta Eldar and Steve Blank who have been previous guests on the show of got Steve Down. As episode three, twenty, six, I have noted down Alex's episode number but they both suggested we have a chat with you paid sir. Alec. Send Steve. We all they're good people. So I'm glad the opportunity to the fall of them just about anywhere. Yeah we had greg conversation with them about all things strategy and. Mapping. Out Strategy and lean startup methodology. So I know you've been heavily involved in that and youthful co-founded the hacking for defense program that's toward in more than twenty universities in the US and that combines the best from your background in in the military, as well as successful Silicon Valley Startup. So I'm really excited to. Dig. Into, that term but tell us a little bit about what inspired it stopped b. n. t. and the work you did today. So I was. National Career Army officer who retired. Now twenty thirteen, I spoke the. The bulk of my career at the. Tactical Infantry Unit so right I don't have. Either Steve or Alex's background I wasn't a scientist them. Not. An engineer in a certain wasn't an entrepreneur I literally spent a lot of time on a battlefield on the world and. Most of my time, you know training soldiers to go to war and. and. All what I was GONNA do until I retired and I'd be gone. At the end of my career. I was always in Iraq on my last tour. The Neck Ka job they assigned to me was running an organization called the army's rather equipment force. which is skunk lead the US Army skunkworks. And it was an organization that Edmund or over long. Ligers I think the. Fourth Director of the organization. Now did have the mission of finding problems on a battlefield finding. Emerging Technologies coming out of the commercial world and rapidly integrating that technology show, it would solve those problems on the battlefield. During the three years I was in the organization I realized that. Is as well built as you organization it was it. Become Product centric. Very focused on. What the next big thing or cool thing naked put on the battlefield walls. and frankly I thought they were missing. The opportunity which was to observe. Problems they were starting to bubble up at the early size it. They were there looking over people's shoulders and essentially. to solving the problem themselves, but actually pulling up problem off the battlefield. Translating it into something that made sundsvall the people, and then using translation to attract a wider group of people to work on it much faster and deliver a better solution. So I. When it came time for my my next assignment, you know basically told you you're going to be a general. You'RE GONNA go off and. essentially run stategic initiatives group for somebody and realized at that point I had become addicted. Took problem solving and extract problems with Falfield. Like, politely turned down the next assignment. And it followed that immediately with the realization that. There was no way that the army would ever let me continue to do. And I I would have to move on move out whatever else so i. decided to retire Yeah and In around my travel voice I spent some time Silicon Valley and. was eventually you know tractor to go back there black couple of Stanford professors. Who Were They were writing a book called scaling-up Excellence Gun. When Bob something huggy route. In what they wanted to do was actually they wanted to do a case study on my time at the rapid equipping force we had known what I say wildly successful. I'd actually invested about a billion and a half dollars the US government money. Mitch. Pretty exotic technologies that had a massive impact on the battlefield in a very short period of time. So so hugging say hard case, Reuter and. He spent near Probably Ninety days tearing apart everything I had done the ruppert equipment course on it gave me an opportunity to see what the real issues were. In kind of out of that bloom, the idea if you know. You could really do this from. The outside looking in as an abutment to the system. I understood. Pretty much silicon valley understood. Start up a little bit. I understood the Defense Department massively. Yeah and the original premise was not can we? Sell. Commercial Tech to the government but can we get the government to be a better partner? To sell to so it was more about Trying the government to behave better. In in the startup ecosystem which they did not understand. Very well at all. So the premise being on t was really. The understanding that emerging technology cuts both ways it can either be your best friend or your depending on. Which side of the venture sitting on, but it was important to ensure that the young men and women in service. had. An opportunity to get the hands on the best technology. The world had offer to solve their really hard problems. So that was the premise for being too when we started. that's fascinating. So when you when you went into the rabbit equipping force role and you decided That this was the wrong around. So it was. Basically product driven How did you have a strategy for going about changing that? How did you Kinda tackle that? You know I. It was funny because I wanna WanNa took over the organisation the. The Guy Replaced was already gone in staff basically. Gave me a chapter and verse all the People I shouldn't talk to because they hated what Roaf was doing. And and gave me a list of people I needed to talk to him. Today would tell me how Russia work and so I took the list of people that I shouldn't talk to I went to them I. And I went to everybody who angry at route because record done something offensive to them or. Essentially the acquisition system that they were telling you guys suck and you can't do this. You need us to do it for you and Know and I learned a lot about the pain. That we were inflicting on other people and also learned a lot about. The. Pain points that other people had. That I thought the rapid equipping force could make go away without without destroying organizations or reputation things like that. So it was a classic Steve Blind could add in the office I got out of the office. And spent a lot of time talking to other people about what we did. That eventually led me to the understanding of. That we needed to create a better relationship. And be more helpful of of people whose job it was to deliver something to do things right. couldn't because they didn't have all the tools that we could apply. But rather than do it for them. The mantra will do it with them. Convincing important thing to do the other thing I actually did I I. I had not been to Afghanistan a long time. So I. Let showed up on the battlefield in Afghanistan. In September October two, thousand town just started talking to. all the commanders who were my peers. About some of the issues that they were facing and what I found were this shit longest gap between the reality of what they were doing. And what the Higher Level Command thought the problems were. because. It took forever the problem to percolate to the top and to be staff and turned into a priority list on. Now what I found was that the things that were killing people. Today were on a prior list someplace else and that really dead set the tone for. Mike going back and look in my own organization. We have all the permission access in the world to go do that. But we're not. Out of place so I took the the discovery I did from from those rations. and essentially realized that now we needed to be further out on the edge of the battlefield. With the right types of people people who understood the battlefield Could. Could sit in a dining facility and talk to guys coming off patrol and start to pull information out. And at the same time, they had apple macgyver like mentality. Where where they could go in a machine shop real quick and cobble together MVP or something that looked like the issue. Turn that into kind of a technical data package and sent back to the rest of us. At the same time, I had to build a better eco-system of potential problem solvers and funders and contracting officers and other folks. So that when I got something, I could rapidly assemble a group around a problem build its own baby eco-system. which would have its own language for what that issue was, and then could agitate them to actually take action on someplace really deliver it. About. Changing. The focus of the organization to be more problems centric rather than product central. And it got to the point where I stopped talking both products we've deliberate and I simply would talk about the top ten problem areas we're trying to solve in the data behind those in the project we were working to to help us better understand them and. Attack those. Then I started to pay more attention to my problem generators down range bright rather than the product builders eventually, I'd get to them but a really a put out to the battlefield dead. I really wanted people out the farthest edge of the reaches were they would see things in real time nick could help us speed up the process understanding. Fascinating and So how did you change the culture? I'm guessing those probably a bit of a cultural thing around product centric. How did you change the culture to bring about the changes you've described? you know I became a very personally a very vocal advocate of what I expected. Say That the challenges were you know particularly young military can't just fire people for not doing what you don't want to you know say. It took some time for me to actually lead people by the by the neck or by the nose or push them or pry them into doing the things the way that I wanted in the done. I started sending them away to school I sent a bunch to executive coaches MIT. and. Had them sitting in particular courses with other executives from you know corporations around the world? Within ten of them learning the way they look the world problems and analogy generated things and then bring that. Data understanding back and we build it a process that we could use. I would say it took me. Six months to understand that we had a problem. That took me another six months to learn. And pick a direction we needed to go and solving the probably another year. Of actually building the processes in the system and aligning people. And getting enough successes so that I could show them. we are we are being successful and this adore you need to go. Darn progress. It was two years into it before we really distraught. Yet as a theme there though the reaching out and getting out of the offices and they asserted sending people out to trying to interact with people from other industries outside the military business and as well as getting people out into the field to see the problems that the. Customers if you like with facing on a day-to-day basis out in the real world in the battlefield. I what I tell people today as you can't take a shortcut in doing discovering getting out of the office of talking to people. It has to be endemic that every every system, every process you have. And, that should second Asia with anybody involved innovation is I got an idea. Great. Let's talk a ten people. Outside my office that that may not agree with me. I think that's Another thing that I, continue to teach today is. You when you have a great idea, go find you know ten curmudgeon to you know we'll tell you. It's a dumb idea. It sucks. Start. Getting feedback before you talk to the cheerleading crowd. That that's GONNA. Clap and rave about how smart you are. You really have to the chase that diversity of thought. Before you get that comfort factor that you could take the next up. found. Those people that conventional would say don't talk to them. That's exactly what Okay. So what are some of the key lessons from your military career in particular that experience with the rapid? Equipping Force that you've taken into business. So the first is what was most transferable, what I learned about the loop which is. kind of a military time. That that is describes the process of. Absorbing, something this change on. Orienting on it so that you've got to understand it. Deciding what you're going to do, and then taking action and going back to drawing on. So Od A. I is short term for Noodle Luke. That was actually. A processing developed by an air force pilot back in the nineteen sixties. Young and essentially what they had learned was the. Between Nineteen, fifty in the Korean War. and Vietnam. Korean War I want to say that for every. One US aircraft we lost in combat the enemy lost thirteen. By the Ghana. Got Vietnam. It was like one two three. And something what he described is that we're not thinking faster than our enemy. In real time. The the challenge we have today with technology isn't. I tell people to the concept of technological dominance. Of putting some check out their dominating everything this temporal at best you're only going to be there until somebody either not comes up with something. Better. or The till they figure out to go somewhere around it or completely us something else. So. So at least in combat. The the idea of speed as being the the huge advantage. How fast you can gather data on the battlefield. And translate what you Lord and saw into something good group to Orient. You know how fast you can get that group to. Boil something down in distill and take action, decide what to do and actually build eco-system that'll act. The. Speed at which you do that will determine whether you survive on. The challenge with tech today is the tech is coming out of so fast. And being adopted and adapted by the people who adopted so fast are Odelouca challenge broken then in many cases, people are getting in. You see that happening business just as much as you see it happening world's. You know you look at things like, Uber or AIRBNB and. And taking another taxing industry got set on into your by over. And over simply moved faster than they could think. Think, way of how to prevent them from doing anything same thing with the hotel industry. It was that that speed of whole chain that you saw that made a big difference. So I I think I foremost the concept of a new loop. On an understanding that it's all about how fast that Luke? Turns. That determines whether you're GonNa be successful over the long term not then it's less about how cool your tech is than it is about how will you built your You have to trust your an ECO system that actually helps you learn what you need to learn in order to keep the loop spending. That person. Foremost. I think the other thing particularly when it comes to innovation is that. I will say that the we'll get used the word innovation without adequately understanding what we meant. When we made the mistake years ago, you know looking at these skunkworks inside innovation only happens over here in left field and we don't let anybody touch them because we don't want to get their slow down is. They have to realize that that's an idea factory that's not innovation. You don't get innovation until their stuff comes back, get scale than applied the organization it used by us to actually solve the problem. So if. Innovation. Isn't part of the entire ecosystem, your organization you will never see the formation of the generation, a bunch of ideas. So. The innovation platforms they don't don't include finance people in common resources to contracting. Acquisitions in all those things necessary. Then you're gonNA. Continue to find yourself quitting a bunch of ideas never go anywhere. Or certain pilots that that never never make the leap into. The mainstream of the system. That the challenge that I, think took win. Business. World. It even department offenses. We have a doctrine for just about everything we do. For fighting and shipbuilding, and you know there's a doctrine that says. This is how you do it. This is what the languages for. These are the roles that everybody plays. Yet when it comes to innovation, there's no doctrine. Nobody could explain the relationship of innovation to war fighting. And how the two should fit together. So. So we continue to put band AIDS on things over and over and over again, trying to explain why one should work with the. The same thing happens in the business world. That there is no doctrinal standard for what innovation supposed to do for the business. And nor the linkages between innovation cells and actual business itself business law at that the scale truly hard for a lot of organizations to the CEA both was. Yeah. There's so much. To, pick there I think the one of the casings you said familiar is you know it's not innovation until you get action and it's turned into something that the user actually uses to solve the problem and the other one the innovation doctrine I'd say that as you know, there is actually a process for innovation and there's some really good around you know how to get cried ideas and had a tune them into products or services that can disrupt an industry and yet people think it's something that you know it's just a lot that goes off and comes to them. In a moment of inspiration. I it it's fascinating. Sometimes I say Almost, every tech problem we see today has a business processing. Business Process and a policy issue attached to it. So, you can't innovate around the technology if you don't understand the business process actually applying. All the policies that you may have to change or temporarily lift. Let's say you can get enough experience with with the technology in the business line in order to understand what the real impact is going to be. That are fortunately everybody wants to perfect answer. Pulido everything. I particularly, hard on HR manager's because now oftentimes will find is is a a cross functional team will come together. And will. Understand a problem and the KOMO potential solution to pathways deliver that problem. Yet. Because the group came from four different places in your organization. The organization can't figure out how to temporarily reassign them. To run that project to be the start at the does something the immediately WanNa flip at that somebody else and so those people back to where they came from. Nowhere in the startup world would a venture capitalist look at a team of entrepreneurs and say that's a great idea. I'm ready to find you only to have that say that's great. Now we'RE GONNA end up new team. Yet yet in the government in inside businesses. They do that all the time. Yeah that reminds me. We had Beckham my corporate world we had actually any innovation process where we had described cross functional team and and for a while era worked really well because we had the license to say those people whether they're nominal role was high charro finance or marketing or sales or production whatever might be they were part of this team and that that was the role and it was assigned and that worked really well for a time, and then of course, the day-to-day tasks suddenly took over and we'd find. Somebody. Would sign now gone to some high CIA Wu also whatever so. There was always that conflict. I think the IT differently that I've learned in the last couple of years you know from the outside looking down is. There's nothing. More powerful than a compassionate problem owner. Somebody'll understand that the problem solving with the technology or something else because they become the first champion, they don't have to be the innovator of the scientists or the first attack. But but the true entrepreneurs though is the person who's looking at the problems I'm GonNa stop until the solve this. The. Challenge I'm starting to see in innovation teams is they start to pull those people in. New realize that that that person needs to continue on with the problem. and. He's going to have to leave the innovation integrator and go someplace else and needs to be replaced by somebody else. While there are certainly there are people like steep like who are oil entrepreneurs. To do it over and over going at it down. Those are people who are. they're driven by solving problems, but the only take one providence time. Work on a lot of things until something gets their attention and then that's what they're gonNA do. That Steve Blank with this mission driven entrepreneurship hacking each. Environment. Lane that that's what Steve is done for ten years. And probably would he'll continue to for another ten years. there are other people who are passionate about one thing and they're going to work like dogs to get it done and at the end of that. The Not GonNa Fund that passing it again for something else. And they're gonNA rip back into the world or whatever they're doing and be just as happy with it. Being able to understand the personas involved in innovation whether it's the. Scientists are you know the idea person what we call the innovator? The people with the ideas? As opposed to the entrepreneurs. The the people who have the skills to they know when and where to take risk. and. They are masters at manipulating their organizations into doing things. The organization didn't think washable. It takes an entrepreneur to actually take an idea or innovation, and it's sure it's ever delivered. And let's talk about the language understanding what what are you really doing, and then what is your role in this environment? Yes so that that's all part of the innovation doctrine then is to sort of understand the roles of the people and and who who should be assigned to what roles in in the process. It helps you understand who's a temporary part of the team. WHO's a supporter? When you think about it if I have to come up with different ways of funding things. Who are the finance people in our organization? Who who understand the innovation pipeline understand the doctrine who understand their role in supporting US getting things done? Well, they're not be part of the team, but there are go to people will we hit a roadblock or blockage or something to get fast? So so building out from the coronation team, you have to be able to find nodes within all the other organizations that you touch in figure out who go to people are that are going to help you actually continue progress. I tell folks innovation more sociology problem as the tech. Problem. It's about getting the right people aligned to make the tech move. In. Getting them to work together. Yeah okay. Let's talk a little bit about risk. So you know there's a lot of talk in the business world about risk and being risk averse and so on. Now with your background then with the rapid equipment force, the risks of doing things wrong or not doing things at all were quite different in terms of. Impact on human life to be quite blunt. So how do you see? People's, attitude in business, to risk around innovation. So I I think the such a writing a piece now on risk. In dawned on me. You know recently that. As. A as an infantryman. I would you know I've been I've been trying for years I've been trying to combat training centers in a combat. I realized that it might training. I went through iteration after interrelation of rehearsals of practices and. I tell people I died on the battlefield in training in more imaginative ways on every thought were possible. But in process of failing and dying. I started to understand where I could accept risk and where I shouldn't accept risk based on the organization I was with in the people and. Eventually, over time, it got really good at recognizing that you know the same people can behave differently in the day versus the night when the hungry hungry or what confuses people. So risk was always a constant measurement of. Don't don't accept risk here. Than I'm pushing that risk down downstream someplace where eventually I'm going to have to accept it. And I'm usually going to have to have resilience to withstand failure or I'm going to have to look for the opportunity to exploit it. If I'm actually good at risk of two ways, you have to be able to deal with the potential failure, but you also have to deal with the potential of I. Took a risk and worked out really well now exploit that. Don't waste the opportunity. It dawned on me in. Business. World. That there's no training ground like it was for me a military. I made some hard decisions. In combat the. involved whether people would live or die and they didn't always live. Yeah So I know more about personally accepting risks leaders have arisen whatever. I was a bit supplies on I got the business world in in even from A. Innovation and entrepreneurship aspect of. I couldn't find a place where a business centre people that was like the. The combat training centers where I learned things where we're actually went in and did things in practice got coach in NFL. Know I had a guy stand there and it's Ok what you think you failed. What actually learned from every one of those things. I think that. Silicon Valley. And all these other innovation places have done a great job of. Starting at the university level and moving into startups in or anything else is every startup is an opportunity for somebody to learn to fail. Many have About Steve Black can be on. WHO HAD Five colossal failures. For startups. Five. To that the did okay and one that the quite frankly, Unicorn. The the whole premise for Steve joining learning was we will know why fail oyi successful? I not people say without Steve's failures. He wouldn't have grown the confidence to take the risks that led to the two. Did it okay that would have led to learning the Unicorn? Hopefully make sense is You can't get the competence level to make hard decisions about accepting risk without having failed at some things. Than understanding what the riskier actually taking versus what risk just pushing downstream. And I think that's missing from what I call the leadership dialogue. At the corporate level and even at the large defense That large defense enterprise level is. Got People and we keep telling me I want to take more risks can't define what is that And we don't have a place for them to go practice. was actually supervising giving feedback. That leads him the point where they have an upper repetition going coup something that they recognize where they personally can accept risk where the team can accept. In where they should not. The takes time to actually figure out. Not only the long. But but yeah, we could talk all day long. Yes. Yeah. No, it's a great answer and I think it's Maybe. There's a secret, they're hacking an organizational hecken. Startups. Set up by. I don't know development program where people can practice taking risks where you know maybe they feel safe and. Explore different things that I can learn from them. And I think that's the issue particularly in a corporate environment is. The everybody's worried about The valuation the they're they're going to be scored lower than somebody else because they they took a risk and they tried something that didn't work. Versus the person who takes no risk, and there's always good at what they do. Any perfect. I would take the person who's fallen down five times and learned a bunch. and Lawrence some confidence about what were they did succeed over somebody who's never taken a risk. Thank people who've never taken a risk at all like they scare me because the first time they have to. my fear that the overconfident. Won't recognize the signs that that they're in trouble. Is that Cried Story remember I. Think was Henry. Ford the one of one of his senior. Manages Mida. An investment or something and didn't pan out lost millions and millions of dollars. And then Ford, heading come into the Office for a review and the guy had he's litter resignation there. He said, well, you know you're GonNa, find me his my letter of resignation before you do that and force it. Why would you I've just invested X. Million Dollars in your training program? I think that's exactly it I. Think the question is, how do you invest? In time and energy and give people the repetitions making decisions. In an uncomfortable environment whereas murky and and you know it's not a case study your it you gotta get out and do that. That's kind of the premise for the hacking for defense class. ORLEAN, launchpad The goal was. To give students the opportunity to learn about entrepreneurship, but actually treat them like a startup. So we don't give them all the answers. No pass lives. There's. You give them the process and will teach you about the process that you have to go execute. You'RE GONNA, make the decisions about pivot or not that I'm not gonNA. Tell You I'm GonNa tell you when your data sucks or when your premise. Or when I don't think you've talked on people or or what, and I'm going to help you get the assets you need to actually learn, but I'm not GonNa do learn for you. and. I think that that exponential learning is so Toyota, what I got in college in. A bunch of my career except. I think that's relative to what it was in combat training centre as a young captain. Leading leading my hundred person company and mock combat for the first time. In literally dying for fifteen minutes. And I did that probably ten times? Before I finally figured out the complexity of everything going around me. In could think fast enough to keep up with the battlefield. That's kind of what we're doing with students in hacking for defense. And what Steve Does with lane launchpad is we're delivering young men and women into the workforce now who have. been. Through. that. Now that really crushing process of. Kinda. Running quasi startup. Well coached well-supervised with terrific feedback about their performance in the way they think and that the Nixon fusion valuable to to other college. Yeah. What I love about that kind of price. Oh Man, it's. It's a real word education isn't it? It's not the. Academic Education which is important to some extent. But usually a lot of the academic programs like that real world experience in some practical as you say, understanding of of. How you have to react in a certain environment. And the complexity of those environments now I I won't say I clash. I had a couple of clash of the academics and. You. Know we expanded hacking criticized now to forty university United States. Seven more on the UK and we'll be back in Australia this year I promise you. Academic the said well, might might Danes says there's not enough rigor in this course. That going to laugh and say that this has all the rigor of real life and the real life is vastly superior to what you delivered. An academic course. It's harder is much harder than you think it is. Stanford Students, you know arguably. In in the top, you know one thousand, seven percent of the students on world graduations. Stanford you know by the time I got a master's degree for six years. Will tell you that this is the hardest class in the most professional rewarding that they've taken any time they've been there. And what they say is it is the one class that allows them to use everything they learned. In class. Every network built. Every mentor they have? In order to work on a real problem with real people that gives them a real education. That's relative to getting a real job. That's what they have to say about this single course to why it's possible. Yeah. Okay. So so where where are you running the coast in Australia? I don't know yet We actually ran a pilot Australia. Oh. My goodness. Probably three years ago. In frankly it's time we didn't know enough about. The system of the relationship between. A DSP l., the Australian Defence Department University in Corporate Environment So It actually, I think the first year they did they were four. And lots of people moved around and and it kind of died down a bit them. We we have a team in Australia now of Australians who are resurrecting. Yeah I think Will likely see you know this this spring? Worse next fall a number of universities come back in and. and become a tool for the Australian Ministry of Defense again. Interesting. or I will. This is ben absolutely fascinating paid Could. Go talking innovation for ages and we will come to some innovation during our buzzer around which I think is a good point to move onto that. Now, our innovation round is designed to help our audience who primarily leaders and in Nayfeld and specialists from to get some tips from your experience, Soak. Five. Innovation Hopefully, you'll give us some really sought flounces and inspire the listening Gandhi something awesome today as a result. So the first one. First, I've gotten I think he might have answered it already. But who what you said it's time what's the number? One thing anyone needs to do to be more innovative. Think at the end of the day you. You actually. Happy Willing to go out and do discovering individually. If you want to be more innovative, you have to be more inquisitive. Have to look for problems you have to go look fry is yeah. After go look for the people who you can buy in one place to actually deliver things and you have to figure out how to use. Every social logical trick in the book. To to get small groups, people to collide and catalyze on something and then get them to drive. Ford. Yeah. I love the idea of adding that Connecting people so that they are dis and they spock's collide. That's certainly a big one as well. 'cause you can't do it on your own. Can You? Know in North Georgia, this is not a one person game. You, the more diverse group you have room the better off your. Comes back to flooding ideas pasta the Pasta people at a log that pull it a pop I don't absolutely. Or what's the best thing you've done to develop new ideas? Best time to develop new ideas in crisis. 'cause you have no choice. Well I'd say that that's normally happens that the best time is to develop new ideas before you have a crisis so you have something to pull from in crisis. But and I, think that's that's A. You know how we describe innovation pipeline. The and it's not the that you're GonNa do one thing the pipeline the pipeline is really how you source. Ideas people technology and problems get them to collide. In curate the best opportunities, then discovery around them to to determine. Whether, they actually have a viable problem really understand your work on the white problem. You have potential pathway to delivery, and you can feasibly meet the requirements of of the user before you tryin incubator solution and then scale it to something else. In order to innovate. You actually have to have a pipeline that the delivers. Thousands of ideas and problems and people and things the opportunity to Clyde. In order to actually scale deliver maybe ten times. It's almost like you know people make investments. You'll. You'll look at thousands of things before you decided to invest in something. And then you're going to invest in the best of the bunch and then you're gonNA determine which one's going to be a unicorn. Invasive kind of the same way if you don't have a constant flow. Through that pipeline, you're gonNA find yourself. In crisis. Looking for something that's not there. and. Those delays we talk about Luke. Luke. Slows down. Because you have to go find something rather than rapidly me pulling things together. Yeah. That's that's a great concept, the innovation pipeline and I think that Talking about crisis you you raise the examples earlier of. Uber and AIRBNB and the hotel in Texas industry kind of you know they found themselves in crosses suddenly and was scrambling to react to that in oviously. That successful in coming up with some Alternative ways to combat these new new business models. You know I think so and. It's starting to to look it. Up I traveled for the first time since last March about a week ago I went back to. Our officers in Palo Alto and I never even considered staying in a hotel. I stared AIRBNB. Yeah because very clear on the site and everything they had done to ensure the players claimed and then we're. GonNa. Happen. So I think airbnb is still doing it they're. They're. They are going to be the first one to enter into the taking care of people who are traveling. and I i. think that's going to be difficult for hotels to. Route the Hetero until they. I don't I don't know it'll be interesting to see what happens stone. Right now, do you have a favorite resource that you use most often? So. That one more time give a fiber resource that you use most often for innovation for. In work, you doing. A Private Guru Nasty, blank. Muscle all there. I am blessed with that I will tell you building a company from four persons startup the. Fifty some odd people with offices, you know multiple places around the country and around the world The the gift of being a mentor or the gift you get from mentors like Steve, blank and Steve. Weinstein Alex Social Waldo and the other people. That have been part of this process is just phenomenal. like couldn't I could not have asked for? Better mentorship down a guy from the group of people who want there to me on the back of how good we're doing. that. It always starts with. You know really had a big idea which sounds like this. Is. What they've been really good out is. Not Giving me but actually pushing and shoving. It got appointed or right direction so. That's that's my go-to. Go People I probably. If I. DON'T TALK to Steve like everyday probably every other day about one thing or another. Yeah. Yeah That's great to have those mentos is not. A kind of the best way what's the best way to keep a project on track? Pay attention to. Them. It's a question of keeping a project on track. I, you know the way I I automatically news Products are always at risk of derailing or. At risk of missing the opportunity to accelerate them. So I don't look at is necessarily as an opportunity, you know being shorter keeping track is. I am unconcerned. About a project. Getting to a point where there's an opportunity to rapidly accelerate it, we'll do something that's bigger than a concern that will miss it. Because we're too focused on dotting the I's and crossing the ts about project management stuff. that's all important due to do it but that can't be. The, the focus, the project managers. That you really implictly an entrepreneurship world is the job to. Look for opportunities to find acceleration. Back to that rule. Any chance. You can take the get ahead and see that opportunity you have to seize it otherwise somebody's GonNa take it away from. Love that concept because I'd never kind of made that connection and I always a. Very process driven and I do project management, but I often find myself. Doing what other people would probably describe as skipping steps sore or not following the classical project management systems on and in a way it's it's looking for that rapid acceleration. I. Think you've just kind of switched a lightbulb on him ahead. You know I actually I wrote an OP ED hearing United States not too long ago. That essentially goes. Focus on the concept of why despite the fact that we do all the right things we keep failing. And the Parlor Story I tell us is I had. I found our deployment Tom Launch. Getting longer and longer longer for certain technologies. into us a day was a mess I mean if You know if we're talking slip the week, it was a major. Talking to a program manager one day. And he was telling me all the things he was doing the keep his the contractor working on something to where he was saving money. Making them into everything that was contractually required. At the end of the conversation, I was horrified. Because these were startups? And essentially, what he would do is at the startup sending a bill or an invoice and it wasn't perfect. And didn't completely match something else each send it back to them. So, you need to Redo this until relies with a startup if. If I send an invoice to you. Now I have a paywall coming. And you delay that invoice in that payment, my payroll hits. I still have paid at payroll. And I have to go find that money and what we're finding was that nobody was paying attention to well, if this goes faster certain day, would you just do? This. Guy's important else. So so Yes you have to hold them to a standard but. That means you may have gone on phone ten o'clock at night two o'clock in the morning. And Walk this guy through how to correctly. Which John is to make this person successful. And don't just look at the now the obligations of doing the contract bright bright look for places where we're making progress here, and we think we can actually go faster for the for the dollar spending. That's the part that's important to us. And you have to, you have to teach people. That that, those are the things that reported naphtha allow them to take some risks. The fail at dotting the I's and crossing the TS. In order to look for those opportunities. yeah, I love that. That's A really practical example of one way to go better than that involves people having the passion and the desire to actually find those opportunities for accelerate and then take the extra step to Reach out and help others. Absolutely I You know there was a time when I was doing that's probably a hundred million dollars with the word West Coast the United States and I was really concerned because I didn't have any program managers out there on the East Coast and. Then my concern was these are. Fast. Moving barely understood technologies and we were integrating them in a way that Edna done before cyclone fragile. Really important. If they were successful but fragile by I had way too many Starts working with one another. Don't always get along who who needs somebody that you know firm grip on a wheel to make sure everybody's doing the right. but the way I explain it to people is my concern was not that they would fall apart but was because we didn't understand the space well enough. That, we wouldn't recognize when something significant happen. In and we would just allow the project to go on his time line. Rather than seeing something substantial happened in doubling down on what we're doing, put more money into it and making faster. Down as a real concern on. All right and what's what's the number? One thing anyone can do to differentiate themselves GET EDUCATED GET PRACTICE Get out run and actually get experience. That experience will lead to a confidence level. Of knowing when when you're accepting risk and when you're when you're really not the confidence comes from repetition of doing things and you have to. That repetition asked me made her in an environment where you're uncomfortable. Whether is a risk of failing and and doing something. So I mean that. Just the. The persona that you build having done that and understanding where you can be resilient, which means if I fail still. Okay. Versus William not? Because that really does define where you willing to accept risk or not. Most people agree no pathway but the more you do this wider wider you get. And the more opportunities you can walk back and forth and I think that's The way I have read today's is that's the kind of talent we're looking for is people who are confident but smart. they understand where they're taking risk whether or not. Okay. Knit and suddenly I think there's lots of people in business that are still very risky averse. Do File I have their confidence is shaking. So dramatically that. They I really struggled to get. Get back up again from from. My business cultural. Why says no such thing as failure tiny feedback and I love that whole philosophy. I the top people the only failure is. If you fail to learn from supplement. Not, learning as a failure, everything else is an opportunity. That's good to. All right we'll. Thanks. This has been really great. Now, what can people find out more about you on about? Bam and t and the gross hacking labs and work you do. You know absolutely, you can check out the or website at b. m.. T. Dot Com. Where we actually do a lot of writing about what we learn what we should he? You can check out on h four D us. which is the hacking for defense website. That really covers. All of the University of work that is being done. And then finally you can check out common mission dot. US. Which is the nonprofit that we spun out of Vienna t that is focused on. Supporting mission driven entrepreneurs wherever we find them whether it's inside the government outside the government doing. So while three organizations are tied to won't Mantra, which is this idea of. Using mission driven entrepreneurship to actually go after some of the real hard intractable problems in the world. We think largely sociological logical problem and we just need to build. A bigger benca of right line at. Entrepreneurs To see the world. Right. Okay. We'll have links to allies in the show notes as well. So people can click strikes row and find out more. Gives them putting advice today for those Oh my goodness more. I the the the comment I would make in turn of advice is. The Not that accounts fears, but actually the the art of discovery. Is probably the fastest way to get over your years and that's The pitching NBP's to people who you don't know. And being receptive to their feedback. Will teach you a lot about yourself about how you communicate about how you. Receive feedback and how you change based on it. Such an educational process when you have an idea. In immediately look for other people to share with. Not for them to tell you how great you are, but for them to give feedback on. On whether or not you even getting idea across our weather the idea has legs. Yeah. That's-that's wonderful. Advised side and in some ways that sexually a low risk approach is not. So the whole philosophy beyond the lean methodology I mean dining risk a lot of time in an idea unless you've tested it with other people and tested A. Maybe, a more critical audience rather than people who will you fans in? To tell you that's a wonderful idea and try to pet you on the back without being critical about it and then, and then you can choke that one up to a failure which you can learn from if people say now that idea. Good. Absolutely. Absolutely true. Right love it. Okay, we'll finally paid who else do I need to get on the enough about podcast chat and why? Oh my goodness. Don't the other guy. You might consider some point Steve Weinstein who is Steve Blank best friend for? Years Steve is also often are, but he he spent a lot of time working on technologies for Hollywood. Is just a fascinating stories about technology in Hollywood now things happened but. he has been around for. Years in space Working Innovation Boko Steve Blank with Alex and with me and other folks and. Now. He's got a really interesting. And take on on how it all comes together as well I. Think there are. A host of Really plays folks out there that. Quite. Frankly. Great Stories. Now, whether it's from the space industry or from. Commercial, places well, I just. I love people stories that had been involved in Outra nor space I. I personally don't think he'd go wrong who was somebody regardless of what they've done. Yeah. All right. Well, we'll reach out to stave and maybe getting an introduction from you and have him on the show as well to have a chat. Natural. Thanks so much for sharing your time and your insights with. So generously today paid of really enjoyed this has been wonderful congress. About your journey and some of the lessons that you've taken out of your military career and applied into business in some of the innovative things you've done with them setting up the. educational opportunities for startup entrepreneurs in particular and innovative. So all the best for the future of that, if you do come to Australia Post covid when we're allowed to travel again, you'll have to check after contact may in Melbourne and will have a beer or a coffee together, and in the meantime will invest and let's touch. That's my goal looking forward to to come to Australia and spending a month or and just. Just hanging out with a really cool people and doing thing. So I will take you up on a beer Melbourne. Thanks. Thanks so much. Hope you enjoyed that really informative and insightful conversation with Pete and took something away from his episode for me. The key insight was the idea of practicing risk taking in a simulated training environment to learn when in real life, it's reasonable to take risks and that you are practiced with the process and how quickly pivot when you need to. I'd love to know what you took away from pizza facade liver comment below the blog post, which you can find at Inova Biz dot c. a forward slash. 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Bank loan officer gets creative

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Bank loan officer gets creative

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Jim. ESQUIRES would you go skydiving with me? Yes. I would I would go skydiving with you I've bungee jumped in I felt like I got ripped off it only lasts so long I need to be really out there for a while to let go of the world and I'd love to tandem skydive with Kevin. Okay so. How's how's Thursday tomorrow? Yes. It's weird that you're free. But okay backed by a very loud fan demand. It's Vanessa Wrangling Venetia. Let the fans, down. Right if you had anything to say to the fans, what would it be? You gotTa love yourselves. That's perfect. Yeah. Layoff. Videsh will you let's yourselves? Your Salads start with you. leaving. A little something for yourself. Look out. It's Craig caskey count has there ever been a dangerous activity that you signed up for? No No. Never, Never Improv as is as dangerous as I and that's how I get my my heart rate going and my my thrills I would never jumped out of a plane. Never do cocaine I would never hop on a train. Up on a plane. All right alter. Thank you for sharing. Joy He's not. Jimmy Man I. Just. Safest Travel. Hot Right. Qantas, air ladies there's Chris. Alvarado high on live see. How happy are you to have the original five plus Joey back together I want. This is all. This isn't Doing cocaine on a plane. Well Close And last but all COOCHIE COO for you. If you think of lease, it's Joey grandfather. Tim Did you in a possible accomplice ever snake into a church drink the Sacramento wine. No. No, I was one time in the back in the green. Room, as they call it. And do they. They I saw how the sausage is made and there's all these These pieces of Eucharist like the the body of Christ, but they weren't. Blessed yet so they were not. The actual. By Christ, they were just these crackers and they were in this clear plastic bag like if you took like cereal out of the box, it's just like that like that's what. We'd like Sleeve Yup and there was a pack like five hundred Oh. Wow, that's That's who they are. They sell them invoke. And and that's surprise your little head. Yeah I just thought it was going to be more romantic than that. Right I thought it was thinking. please. Do I worked at a church for two years I know what? Joe, Joey saying and that kept happening over and over to me. When you see a pack of five hundred body Grayson of. It doesn't stop with the costco-sized. Yeah I know I can only imagine I was just like. The Can. The the wind, the commute just big boxes of chief off the ceremony makes a fancy I mean they got that. That no one can drink from. But Yeah I was like I at least put them in a nice bowl. Cellophane wrap. Come on people stop making church feel like a business to me. All right. Let's do it. Am Show almost all suggestions gather from your listener emails and thank you for them or from patient. VIP's to become part of the show patrons, birth show and enjoy exclusive content. Other perks just head on over the Patriot and dot com slash alchemy this if you'd like to submit a scene suggestion. Email please ride to the podcast at your name documents dot com. That's your name here. alchemy. Vanessa can you here's? My squeaky voice. Now. Is it more than out there you might. Seen one comes to us in fact from Patriot Alka. Maniac. Matt who wrote Hello, I don't WanNa. Be a broken record but you're all amazing. My seen suggestion is as follows a bank loan officer gets creative on his or her last day of employment. Thanks Matt. Hi Ya I wanNA talk to somebody about a possible lows in line do I yep. Sorry. Sorry. Sir Alison Line. Know everyone's in line I think I. can take both of you at the same time. Okay. I'm not comfortable with that. Well, you're in you're comfortable with the password is social distancing notes towards, but they still pass. All right. Well, then I'm sorry I'm we have the little old guys dressed like a cowboy stand six feet away from me, but I'll he has waited patiently yeah. Like the rest of US did the is there not an order what is it's front of the line I back the last number six. I'm. In. The. Middle. Serving six. Okay. Hold on. Don't go over to. Get enough. Thing we? Don't. Have numbers I run things a little different over here he's immersed six. I'm number six, number six so. You couldn't regret it. You could get a good deal over here. Great Sir. Hi, I need to talk to somebody about alone nita an alone come on in. Take a C.. Thank you so much. Thank you. Sitting down here. Sir. You're on my lap. I'd be great if you could is sitting down but as you can see, I actually sat down so. Can you help me maybe with this old guy? Can we get him to another office? You liked his pen. In Japan hop on. How phone we'll do for you today Sir I'm here to make your wildest dreams come true with or without this little cowboy I. I don't know what's up with all cowboy dude here, but I do alum please I want to do my debt I do. Want, to pay my debt now. Sir Are you concerned with your with your financial situation or with hits I'm more concerned with mine. Let's go. Let's do this. All right. Okay. You need. How much? What are we talking here here we need a long for twenty, seven, thousand dollars for one, hundred, twenty, two. Okay and what's this four? Mad Rather not say. It's person you have a one reference. I can call somebody who could vouch for your for your character. Yep sure beat up on my brother temp argument that number please okay. Seven, two, four. Seven to to to. Four. Four. Number that's might phone number. Really Weird little old cowboy dude. If that was your number 'cause he's gone and I don't see your phone lighten up. That is really. My brother Tim's coming on. This is Tim. Hey Jim. How's it going? This is. In right now but if you leave your message after the beep. We'll get right back to you and I have to add if this is anything having to do with my brother. Do not call me ever again I have cut off all ties to my brother he is a criminal he is a liar he is a cheat. So I have to ask you now if you're about to leave a message about my brother that you do not do so this is Tim. Tim Can we please change the voice? No the kids want to be a part of it. Okay. Just want to say, Hey, this is the reynolds the message like all other kids do I know that nobody has left a message about my brother in the ten years that we've had that voicemail going but I just dad what is Johnny? My soccer coach is scared of me because of the voice mail. Why is your soccer coach going to leave leave messages? What do you think honey because of scheduling? Scheduling because scrimmages were calling about scrimmages and they said, they said that they thought great. Scrimmage Margot Mrs Scrimmage why are they not using email to send out the schedule? Change the boys smell that's. In independence sometimes phone calls more effective if you wanna just grabs someone than email because sometimes people check their email myself coach says granted go granted. Look as soon as I changed that message somebody's going to call goddamn brother. James can't catch. It looks like. I'm the gingerbread man sorry to interrupt. Last night. Stephanie you are character you've always been canceled. Read. The Book No God that Gingerbread Man. This is mark. Charlie here at the market friend that. Wasn't mark. And if were gingerbread man come to my office somebody to. The job. I don't have red hair he can just get one. Did you bud? Yeah. Come on. Okay Her look. I I don't know if I, should I'm trying to wrap up my my office. They're. Coming back shoemaking, pay my debt. James Don't pay attention to this fucking guy. Desk all tate. How is he here also now? Am I, mistaken is today your last day it is I've decided that I'm going to go Improv fulltime. So. All right. All right. Why don't you go out with a bang, my man. When you mean well, I mean since the day you walked in here, you've been a sad sack always playing second fiddle to me I give all the biggest loans. Everyone knows that about me. I just like to use cautions sure. So message. I mean it's just GonNa. Frizzy if I just. Yeah. A little bit. All right. Yeah. Have a little fun. Okay. Crazy. Crazy or Nuts nuts and go from there have their little fawn. Hey, I just don't want to burn any bridges. What if what if things don't work out with the Improv thing and then he meant to be burned my man. Okay. All right hey take this plan with you. That this is from Japan. It's yours now. I don't even know how to write Japanese. Great this. Great. Hurry how what happened to your hair? US. Look like a night you crazy nut. Sorry. Let me put this had. Like a cloud wearing a hat. Off Gotcha don't look at me I. I I'm I'm just let's just do this bank thing I'm GonNa go out with a bang. What are you looking get today? What it's seventy, your worker I'm not looking for anything you psycho. So. Sorry. I'm. UP NEAR CAN'T Hold on. I was not. Hello. Yeah You're. Man. I'm not, gingerbread man. Each. Listen you've got to stop this inappropriate feel uncomfortable at work and like I'm endanger grammy one of your huge I, WanNa you. Know You you cannot touch my hands eight eight coming out. Mr Potter your newness here murderers are fun. Looking to. Go into my bed. I'm not I've I've got to finish up this ship out of the bank, my best get soggy and soft. What? I liked by Gingerbread Shraga. Who gave you the idea that I was gingerbread man but I'm a human being and you know what? I was going to wait for the end today to tell you this. But I'm fucking don in the banking business okay. I can't. I can't quit. Mr. Prodi your newness here. Oh my goodness we're. It's. Going to quit on my watch I'M GONNA here. You know I I'm quitting I gave two weeks notice but you refused at back and well, the time is not I. So Avenue Avenue NW appointment. I wonder. Can you let go of my. Stay closed. Some milk. Notion. was that Manson hair new gingerbread brand I'm going to read them. Oh. I want. I WANT WANNA agree sinus house over. Okay I don't know what happens next. I'd they tell me to make an appointment here I I want to refinance my house to get a better mortgage rates so I can save money I suze Orman, Suzie, Orman I got her book and I have the chapters titles and I want to resign in my house nobody will look the verge interest rate sucks right now. So don't put your money in the bank. That's to do nothing. You're my bang. Pick it up. Pick. It up. Okay what. Get. Kicked me. Ring Ring. Hi this is tim returning your call. Run This is a prerecorded message that I've. taught. In. Advance. This is coach Wilkins by the way stop calling my daughter. Text if you need a printout the. Daughter handed out at a practice to all. That's fine. But you're leaving ninety percent of the messages on our voicemail. Touch. This has been Tim O.. Clock at. All right. Sit Down I'm. GonNa. Make your wildest dreams come true today. Thank God I. Just WanNa pay off my debt. It's early. Wanted you want to pay it off or you WanNa get alone I'm alone officer I doubt was told to come here. I. Have the money to pay off my day. I WanNa make your dreams come true. I don't need you to pay back the pink I WANNA go out with a Bang Yong Tim. Tim Daughters is coach Yup your daughter's coach, and I guess you had a problem with my phoning instead of emailing. I'm not in right now but if you leave a message. After the BEEP. Get back to you. by the way if this is edible arrangements. I ordered a fruit platter. I'm it's my understanding that that's what you do. You left a bunch of melted chocolate. On my doorstep. I I have a family full of diabetics and we can't candy we can eat fruit. Sucrose is okay. But. What does this new voicemail Tim? It's She edible arrangements Margo on they thought they fucked US power. What is it sweetie? I got from the team. You got cut from the team. Was it the coach Wilkins? It was because of the horrible. Thank you said that edible arrangements. Oh my God are you serious? Works at above agents it's gotten him through some hard time. Yeah. Honey we. Hate on a voicemail him and that's why you haven smelt that. Margot. Okay. Prima recalls so. James. Good what's up I've been trying to go out with a bang but everything's going terrible. Everybody that comes to my desk wants to give us money I go into the boss's office. He grabs my hands, put my pinkie finger in his mouth and he wants to be soaking. Up. All right. All right. All right. Okay. Hold on. Have a glass of milk just. Thank you excuse me boys. Looking for alone for my gun powder factor. Damn. Hot. As. Hell. We Hear Talk Rick can I Can I take take this from you? We just finished up I. Finish this milk I'm not thirsty though just finished you finish among. All right. Go get him Jagger's Milk in glass. I can't finish the rest of this Gokul. You know you need to finish the mail. I can't stand the a glass go waste. Few. Washington. then. I think. I'd like some tolerance. She's. Bad. I'm not supposed to drink this much milk. Drink. To. Utter up. Okay, it's. It's a good boy. Are you the person that works you look like a crazy person? She's just my hair. frizzy from the humidity. But I am a great loan officer and it's my last day. So you're in luck. Okay. Come over to my desk. Task. Has a nice dense he it's. His family. Beautiful. Family. Labrador Dog I. Love Labradors, but it doesn't leave a lot of time for him to have passions I. Do Improv, come over my desk. I've got some I've got some pictures that I have a funny little mouth Pencil shopping at. Panel shopping man I just don't pay attention. All Day Long. Liver Cowboy I need a low. Regret having. Oh Damn it that's rix phone I can't answer that. I can get it. Hello. Hi this is Tim from James's Improv team. It's the you. It's from Yeah Improv team hunting. Oh really. Oh good. Recorded this message We're all at rehearsal right now wondering where you are where in the middle of zips steps up and there's no ZAP because you're not here. Yes it's a three person team I don't take the. Job Right because. You don't have. Is that. It's all in the moment we do strictly scripted Improv. Anyway. Not sure if you're really committed to the team or not or if you're still working as a bank loan officer. Committed to recording, you can't hear me. A. Why was calling Rick's task? Thank. Twice Mega Stop. My God. So Good Oh. Oh it hurts Mommy Meghan stop. What's it like to drive the Volvo xc ninety plug in Hybrid The thrill of a four hundred horsepower t eight twin engine. The JOY OF IMPROMPTU ROAD TRIPS And the serenity. Electric power in pure ego mode. 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I have a little bit of money. I WANNA I have a question for you. Are you ever stressed out? Yeah. Oh time can't sleep. That's right. That's me. You D you get a cold around cold season. I get a COUPLA. Yeah okay. Have you heard of essential oils. No. Oh God I'm so glad you pulled me over because this this was meant to be obviously essentials. These amazing things are going to change your life I can get you a starter kit and there's no obligation and if they don't change your life, it's on. But it will change your life you. Up some redness in your skin to Yeah. Yeah. Whatever the stage you've got. Yeah. You've got inflammatory issues while the thieves oil is gonNA. Yes on hurting your ice. God this is you guys. You guys aren't wearing the proper eyeglass like the UV rays that just go in there they burned the retinas tried these. You try visa. Okay look really cool in those. He wanted to make A. Money there buddy for fifty dollars. Each of you can have those classes. Fifty dollars, each fifty dollars yours you know what? Maybe if we do that thing, we're making eleven times as much as we're making these glasses won't seem like such a thing and we'll be working to our full potential. I don't know if I should celebrate or cry looked ten thousand people at the convention but no ticket salt so I don't know how the hell that happened. Okay. I don't know how anyone go in but here we are. Zero tickets sold I. Think I think that there's a glitch with the event bright I think it must be somebody created a glitch perhaps would be event. Right? Is that what it is well, someone gets circuit city on the fucking phone. 'cause I got to figure this shit out right now. Okay. Is that someone? Hello it's circuit city for you. Okay. Long. Island you. Hello Hello morning in your. Face Moi. Phones. Okay. I. Know Iphone. Hello Hi this a circus. Jerry. Yeah. There's a glitch in Oregon right? You GotTa do something. I don't run event right? I just run cables we've got we attack the software side and the service side is I'd suppose that's probably event. Bright. Said well, what was your name? Dick Cheddar is says that right? I'm GonNa Hang I'm sorry. You can't talk to people like that take. Okay I. Staple Center Conventions. Okay I'm the guy. Excuse me. The problem with your vent break. Yes there is. Richard Cheddar from from the site I can I can do a test to your system. A great. Yeah please. Okay. Just need a measure credit card. you need to measure my credit card okay. A major credit card. Immeasurable while you're reading. A major credit card, he needs a major credit card. Okay. We'll look all I have is American Express discovery? got a couple of debit cards what what do you take mastercard discover? Schoolwork. You take discover. Ladies and gentlemen and everything in between. Welcome to the Scam Artists Convention Twenty Twenty. Has Some great panels this afternoon, a good opportunities for pictures with your favorite scam artist, and of course, the buffet is open all day how? Do Me a quick favorite gentlemen going look at those windows here of the staple center. You'll notice we're floating. That's right. We actually wanted to a cruise ship, your fuck This is a cruise ship we scammed you all. This, is gonNA. Take time takes us into international waters where. Anything. Goes. Now. We have a steep tap. Dance. For us and. Joy. Afternoon everybody. Half I attack now. I can't find my wallet. Shit where's my shirt that we're the held in go? You're not. You're not wearing a shirt I know I was wearing a shirt when I came in, we're the flair where's my wallet and Your Oh God you're tooth is missing. Oh. My God. Because for Some. Up To what you missing a few things. Yes. Oh Gosh. Gary back then I know it took him. Give it back. This Guy Tim is he's he's roaming around the the convention floor. What are you have to do with it? I just seen him working and I WANNA get him off the ship. Okay we'll help you. We'll kill him. Let's do this. Where is a restored? He, he's over there by the buffet. That there's a lot of people by the buffet. Car. Wreck fondue can any any kind of any fondue piece I can carve it out a, but you just gotTa tell me what you like this is. This is an endless buffet here. So you're talking to me Sir. Oh Yeah I'm sorry I thought you can hear me mikey carve any piece of the on do excuse me. Him You Tim. My name is Tim Yeah. I don't know his name. I'm not asking him his name, but what is your name? What's your name? Other guy? He can't hear I don't know why. You're. I am looking right and you you're on. The phone I mean his name Texas Tim, but I Texas Tim My name is Blake. Okay. So you're out obviously. So it's gotta be the Fond Du tour. Give us back our teeth and our money. Of that I just worked at a buffet for the cruise. Then take all your clothes off emptier cavities. Privet Hawk do you mean I'm working? I can't get that done sanitary AIDS in international waters take your. To hold things up, you give me a slice of that on do. A slice of the fun. Do just give me one slice the fondue on my plate excuse me Sir I'm talking to the famous. Thank you yeah. I mean I can cut any slice of any fondue side. Lose. I'm missing my wallet. No one cares. A lady. Gas says it's real name is blake is lying. It's tim asked him why don't you confront him? Well. Lake Lake. Yeah. How are you? I'm doing. All right. What brings you here. Well I thought it was a dentist convention. It the staple center. But now I'm GonNa fucking cruise ship and the norovirus. Norovirus yes I do we all do crows yet? Yeah. We don't have it. We don't have it yet. It takes a minute. Do you have my wallet? My my husband's Tooth The first idea what you're talking about lady. Didn't look shocked when I said the two thing you definitely have. ordered. He's looking down to the left every time you say that. Tim, thank you so much this trip. It's fantastic. I can't believe we're on a cruise going to see Margo gets to play with some friends. She's GonNa make you I. Don't I don't see a lot of kids but I mean I'm sure there's there's some kids on the ship regardless but I baby thank you so much for doing the sports I. Know We. Had A little hiccup earlier. Yeah, we have we have. WE'RE GONNA get you folks something to drink. Sure. I'LL TAKE A. I'LL TAKE A. Key the vodka. Okay. She liked that tall. Don't. Oh. Margot it's fine. Fine I'll take. Let, me get a Tequila Vodka that's much. Even get. It's it's like uncle tim is around you know. Margot Robie -cation. Okay. I'm not stressed. And what about you? So can I get you anything to drink I'll take a gin whisky. For the junior. Miss. I'll just dating. Alright extra ice. Please you got add back in flash with the stash. Oh this is nice. This is really nice. Yeah. I got I get some fun do slices for for all of us. Yeah, it takes a while for the fund due to harden enough to to get a slice out of it. Keeps looking at me like they wanNA consume me. Ladies and Gentlemen Thank Meeting here at the fellowship, Hall Hope Y'all have a good lunch. Right once it was a great. It's brought to my attention that some of you are. Not Having the time you could be having because you're weary. Of everybody and that makes sense I mean this is. A SCAM ARTIST CONVENTION? Now we have set up boots throughout the ship. The air called Truth Foods. Say It with me. seuss. Anytime you feel like you're underwater. No Pun intended anytime you still. Not. thinking. No. thinking. This is a this is a great opportunity, sir. You can go to the truth food. If you WANNA, know if. Has To. Cover ourselves at each other's blood. Working with Thomas Truth booth what can I do for you today? I guess I'm looking for a changed man. All Right which truth would you like to die? Myth was. GonNa Tell Tell me. I'm here to answer questions I don't have any. Okay well okay your question. Did, you know about the ship's thing. Oh. Yes. Of course. So the truth about Badmouth everyone who thought they were going to the staples center. You'll excuse me is a moron. 'cause it's nowhere near water obviously, and so you know you got on a boat because you knew it was a boat sort of thing. So there's walk the not look like about further record when. On hair. Time. You rigged. Tunnel Yeah. Said stifles. It didn't say Staples Center. That was a mistake that a lot of people might it's at Steiner's staples. Yeah. So I got out of town all right. I'm in a room. Kabuga Right. So what did you have it for you? Tom? Wherever things in it for me really what when people sleep at night I go in sometimes I, take their jewelry sometimes I'll take. Him Out Man I WANNA sit. Around about Crooks and the phone do is hard. What the will the slice of fondue can be hard. Tell you what why don't you join our band of Mary Manning women who sneak out at night and still plying answer amongst 'cause on what happened fingers he can see. Oh My. Just. Keeping you every major credit card that I own and you keep saying they're denying I. What? They say may Ju. I'm on. Right now? UH, fucking. Let me go major dad. Can you still hear me sir? Major pain. You know what? I mean easy. three digit code on the back Nigel. League. Maybe it's were. Four three don't listen to them. They're hazing me. Four, three, nine, four, three, nine, okay, and expiration. Zero three twenty three. Did. It work. Yeah went through. Thank, God thank. God. Okay. So I'm going to hang up now. But I don't know what what was I give all those. Capitan. Guppy tone that we have a PROB- Lama it looks like is some of the You know honestly I was going to say contestants but their guests that guests on the Have Killed and. Really, talk up at the top down south and security footage. It looks like they are covering themselves. The blood of. A force realistic means I am not a hinge percent show why? Did something only you should know anyway, I hope you get this message. You're able to reply in some quick cash on. Okay. So Roger there. You hear what am I supposed to make of this? Well I would say that since scam, artists convention may be those guys who scam in you to believe that they tore up the DNC and covered themselves in blood and honestly mainly maybe everything is just it's it's a joke. Okay cool. Do you want to buy another timeshare or not? I just feel like the last time share that you got me I haven't even had a chance to see 'cause it's always filled. Right. Really. Think it's a good choice for me to get into another timeshare I do I do. You're smarter than I am. Okay everybody. We comes the last day of the. Cruise. We've had some fun I haven't hiked boggles budget on. The Way we end every convention is we give top reprises to the top three scammers. Now you know them, you love them. They're pretty much up here every year. Give it up for Ted Janet and Stevie your thought. God it's so sweet. It's so sweet. Janet. Your favorite European year leering. So please we are we are would you every year we are going for a dollar amount ever scam to highest dollar amount is the scammer of the year. We'll start with you I hate being so transparent but I did a lot of good work and I don't think any of it is a scam for what it's worth. I really believe in it and I know all my representatives really believe in an we're all part of something really important and empowering when and I made about fifteen million dollars. Fifteen million dollars give it up everybody. Diamond Sellers I owe it all to my team and we're just again once again, we're empowering women. Gentlemen Youtube up you're upstaged. Made more than fifteen million dollars in my phones. I've collected all of them tell a story. Told your future. Pitcher. Okay. We can't put a price on that. and. How about you excuse me excuse me I'm sorry this ban is not the host of the scammers convention. Actual host. He had me tied up in a back room for the this. This is not a cruise ship. Thank you. Everyone we've been in a Wendy's her three, nine Oh my God can I get a baked potato? Guys. We just love having you here every year and he's right. He's right. He's a scam scamming scammer. Kim We all it up lease. Chased. To. This place look haunted. Think. So what about those two creepy girls come stay with us? Truly. Frightening. Fairly Siri. Missing Anna Guy Goes Great Service with Geico you get twenty, four, seven access to licensed agents. Thank you creepy girls to see her room. We're GONNA sleep in the car now. Go We switch today for twenty, four, seven access to licensed agents. I'm pretty sure newhouse might be haunted. What makes you say that the furniture is levitating on the ghost will come home yeah that's that's spooky. You know what's really scaring. Missing out on Geico for help with homeowners and renters insurance GEICO makes it easy to see a bunch great. You're not sticking around. The bar he's just getting started. Guy Go we'd call today and see how easy homeowners and renters insurance can be. Seen three come from Patriot alka maniac. Tony who wrote Hey alchemist Kevin I know this is the part where we confess our love or take a cheap shot at somebody but I just want you to go to James Heaney's twitch channel and read his description of himself for all to hear errors and all here's my scene suggestion skydiving school signed Alabaster Croutons. Yeah. I know I, read a dougie before but this was too good to pass up and say this is actually James's twitch bio and it reads as follows I made top Tier Competitive Gamer, best known experts, walk-throughs Typically I don't Brag but most of my runs our speed runs I'm not trying to complete them fast I just can't it. If it makes me it. Makes you feel any better about your skill, simply not being the slowest or worse ranked you as one of the best. Wow. That's great. Thank you. The I wish I'd written it down. There's a couple of spelling errors. I think there. No it's perfect. again, his scene suggesting with skydiving school. All right I'm looking over your profile here and there's a lot of errors yep I love. Say. No. Okay. So the profile has ears in. You know we want to have every one of our teachers here. I think I like the way it's earn Brennan and out I liked. Out. Sniffer another can you just go back into the parachutes are folded. Thank you. Okay. I'm Bob I'll see my way on ABC seem away ABC conference. Okay and no smoking snowfall season smoking invading. Your lighting up. Your your have a lighter on the vapes new fate, my Dick Wreck okay. She's She's she owns it. So I can't really fire her but the profile has just what areas on there and we just WanNa make sure people go to the website. They see they jumpers dot com You know they they they they get a good taste a safe taste of who we are before they. You know they put their lives. On our chest and groin. So let's Let's. Let's just go over this a little bit here and T-. Tell me actually you know once you read it and tell me what you think. Okay. Tell me what you think. I might I'm going to have some issue. this third part doesn't make a lot of sense to me. Okay. So. You tell, right. Tell you what I just said. It doesn't make a lot of sense. That's all I. Know You wrote it. You tell tell me what you think it meets. Why can't really read my own writing? So I guess what I'm trying to say as it was on your website at this would love. I would love to hear your take on it and see if you can make sense of it. So then I can rewrite. Church. I'll go from a third paragraph please. I had many jumps, right It benefit me to do them. How you doing I'm Michael. My first day here at school skydiving school. Nervous. excited. Make. You you knew here you the classes here while or how many I I'm a secret shopper I've judging. Skydiving school. So I'd call like to keep that between you and me. You shouldn't have told me. I. Heard that I overheard that. Will you guys don't work here too. You're just GONNA. I. Don't like knowing that I don't WanNa. Know that. Well I'M GONNA pretend to be pretty good at skydiving but I'm GonNa let you guys know right forward. I'm an expert skydiver in fact. You're going to let us know right for. I, don't understand you. Look. Not. Listen I I dropped out of college for this. Okay. I wouldn't do that. No I did. I tell them my family that this school is as a credited as any other school. It's not it's not. Accredited as any other school as seven, hundred, forty, eight, three point five star reviews on Yelp so you tell me but. Let me be forthright with you. Okay. Is. There is no future in taking classes here. Your best case scenario is that you When you hit the ground. Maine. High, jumper. Little Jumpers. Hello. Hi. Sided to. Can't wait look David. Student Yes He is. Never, sky. Who who's GonNa? Take US up anybody who has Really, kind of draft lanes is best lane driver God we have we have a parachute orders point Idaho gets taken care of. Another different Steph this reminder, Scott Scott Avenue a metaphor for life large up into it. Gets what drink for. Your again, the land you miss, you don't land among the starts. Okay. So I'M GONNA. please. Let you make a yelp review and one of my plane drivers take you up. Metaphor. Write that down on paper their plane drivers. Everyone. This is your plane driver Trent. we're going to be headed up to. Twenty Thousand Feet Today And just enjoy like a nice smooth ride. Not a lot of clouds in the sky looks pretty blue and clear just be shirl of you are accredited. skydivers because we will be throwing you out of a plane today. if there's anybody who has any issue with that please let one of our attendance. No right now this. Plane Driver Trent. Okay see somebody is ringing a bell. Somebody's going to be right with you We're about we're about two minutes from you being thrown out of a plane. Head Buddy, put your hand down I think that's a recording. All right listen. To manage sound you heard threat. Okay. Now, everyone hook onto the line hook onto the. Metaphor. You shut the fuck up. Now. Listen. Up. She. Lives. Can't the? Kids. CRAN. Hold Up. Thirty? Eight Here. But you kidding me, Miss. Understand I understand what I'm supposed to. Supposed to hook on to. I don't think. I don't go. Out Right now ready then you. Through to lay out the door. This is your plane driver Trent. Once again looking like a beautiful day out there couldn't be clear recording. This is a this is recording and We're probably on autopilot right now there's chances are that not really here. But anyway. Hope you enjoy. Beautiful Ri- okay. Hey Hey, you're the expert you're the undercover shopper. Help us tell anybody this full I'll tell you one thing don't jump out with that Bowie knife parachute that's the Goddamn shoe hersal. What do I do I need help When you're halfway down, look for me, I brought my own parachute just because you know if you're a secret shopper, you go to a bad skydiving schools and you need to get with the I get that make sense. Okay if. Drivers, this'll be a great time to check your parachute if there are any holes or wounds of any kind and your parachute. Just, Ring Your Bell and one of our attendance will get you another one. I wouldn't do that guy put the. Request for new parachute you sir. Yes, sir. I'm GONNA give you to a new parish right? So both of you come on up. Mines Wounded looks like you've got a smaller backpacker some perish. Give it. That's that's my. That's my. Having medicine, I have diabetes. I so do I. Give it up. No, I'm not giving up. This is my lifeline here. Okay. I need the SPEC Sir. There's a lot of sugar on the ground actually know a little Katie King trail. No, give it up. Seriously listen. Okay. I'm going to be really okay here I'm a I'm a secret shopper skydivers school guy. So this year as we're all scared the first time, just give up the facts don't take from me. So. Shit. Now, what are we doing? Nobody know what to do? This is your plane forever Trent. Apparently, one of her engines is out. So we're GONNA try to make an. Landing. We're about ten minutes away for many airport. This is a recording by the way. Recording. Saying. Thanks for trying than service. I guess the only person here to hear this part usually is just a plain driver. Also to the plane drivers I know you guys are the best in the Biz. Remember Card Jeffrey by easily yet a Yale Review because the house bill. Or gathered here today to remember. Not only the lives lost, but we have question. Question. because. We're the restrooms. I don't know I. I think the fact that they're actually me so. Come on. Excuse me. Pardon me. So we're here today to remember the lives lost as well as. As, well as remember to not even though this is a sad time to. Put to not make that grief virtual right let's make sure that you are still positive. Okay less. So. Let's just I think that's all. That's it. So let's just get to put. Around, WE'RE GONNA put the bodies into the ground now and Babe. Babe. This man is not the funeral director. He's had me tied up it is operatives. And I can't believe that I survived but I'm here to do the actual service. Ways. Your Herald messed up. You'll go crazy person look I. Who died okay just GimMe Gimme the basics I can get any good service. So, what what's this guy's crime here? He's just he's did a nice service. Is. Yeah he's doing some kind of Song Right? Ask Chance Beautiful. It's uplifting spirits. My right. Yeah I felt louder he kind of wrapped everything up for. My experience. Look I apologize I thought you were being scammed. Eh but clearly you're. Getting good service here. So just leave a good review on yelp and all scam artists here. Just take. Sometimes, we do this. Get back. Okay. Here's the sorry I'm late is this Thompson wedding? Can't believe I didn't Miss It. No, it's a funeral. This is this is a few. Fuck. You can hang out you can stay. All, right. Thank thank. You know this actually. Can Talk? Again. I mean it's true I'm almost marched. Why did I didn't actually go to school to be a funeral director But. Maybe sometimes, you'll have to go to school. To actually find your path in education. Education. Is was blocking us from being smarter maybe if we universities out yeah, everyone will know. Yeah, it'd be the problem is that that some people know and some people don't people don't know. Maybe saying there's good scammers and bad scammers. Cool. What? He's saying is he saying saying don't go to school will. Let me finish and furthermore behave go to school go to the right school to unlearn what you've learned ladies and gentlemen. Let me just say what I'm saying here is I encourage everyone here at. But developed either start their own schools or never go to school again. Now let's let's dig these bodies up. It looks give them the proper burial they deserve which is being thrown out of the plane. Okay Tim is it We just need one sister. Yep We just need one more recording please this time you're Unable to get to the phone and you have a problem with your plumber. Problem with your plumber. Okay. So this this is going to cover every possible scenario. That, we might need. For. plummer. Yeah. Okay. I mean you're also leaving a message to for people who called. Grit. Hi. This is Tim. I'm not in right now but leave a message after the beep I'll get back to you. By the way if this is. My plumber. We are knee deep in Shit right now somehow the sewage line got. Confused with the regular pipe in his pumping out fecal matter at a rate that I've never seen. So I hope it's you honestly I hope that it's you calling if it's not I, apologize for you people have to listen to this but this is ten and please get back to me. That's a cut. I was really good. Really good work. It's been such a long day. I mean, we we've recorded two thousand of the. Euro Pro Europe pro, and just just to remind you. We're GONNA WE'RE GONNA at the beep in post is that is that right got yet? That's right. Okay. Tim One thing use your said one lesson get no this is not. This isn't a recording it's more about your contract. We were confused we didn't. So you said, you were a union we didn't know we we're not. This is not a union gig. So. But you've signed the contracts, we get to use your likeness. Apart Ruppert. Okay. loners. Stop eating my hand. What are you doing? Do that Salami man? I know. I'm not a Salami I am a human being. Okay. Allowing. Look I can't repay the loan I took out. took out eight hundred dollars to join after. Okay and it turns out it's a nonunion voiceover gig reported two thousand. voicemail messages from my own home. Okay. I. Think I got scammed I. I don't know what happened. I think I. Got Scammed. Million Dollars Watts. Possible. Everybody if you look. Over the Grand Canyon. So stop any business in my be having any conversations you might have time to jump. or You want to go with me Mr Potter. I'M NOT GONNA. Let that sausage go along. A major record. What. Do you need you ripcord? Running my rib court. Record? Give. Tim Give them your that you won't feel it I look I'm not getting my rim. Joe Joe Joe Joe Joe. Main this is terr- about currently plus A. Thousand Feet. In right now, hopefully, all land by feet and be alive if if I die, I don't have a parachute it's kids. I believe him as Jeff, the beep anyway. No show for today. Oh man that's fucking greatest. Thank you also ever damn much. Our beloved. Vanessa Raglan had to hop off. So we'll said to her and thank you very much for joining us during the show But we'll do no former go to dynasty typewriter dot com for counters and information's some great classes. Now that are there and we thank the initial Goggin for coming back to the fold. The fans love it. We love her even more. So thank her Craig. Kelsey. Thank you for making it safely back home my pleasure. On there was a fan requests for one of my famous. Yes derivation. at I think it was fleshed out versus flushed out Do People really say that they've flushed out a plan you flesh out a plan you flesh out if you're a writer, you flesh out a character or an idea. and. It's just basically making it more concrete making it more human what you fly out you flush out J.. So. If you're trying to get get a pheasant or a Fox or something you flush that out of a Bush. And metaphorically, you can flush out an uncomfortable truth. You for that and fans are going to. Disagree and when you're when you're trying to line up pieces of board to get them. Is Lost. Flush. Flush. Yeah. Making it flush. Okay. I didn't if it making it flesh also if there's If there's poop in a bowl with water I want to get rid of illicit don't flush it. Don't flush flush it. Okay. Please right to your name audience dot com, for more of those were. Help and correction. because. You can never have enough I have found. Joey greer. ME. Thank you so much being here Sir Worship Folks Look for you elsewhere should look for me out in the forests the okay. Search for me on the high. Okay you know. I'm sorry ass deep into the Earth tones lit. Screaming my name. that. In favorite. Chris Dash Alvarado. Dot Com thank you so much. You being here. Of course on Reddit gotTa tell you. It's crazy. The person who kind of like does a lot of the right stuff maybe started the room tagged my name. So. I can't just kind of like you know I. Can't do a comment at the everyone knows it's me. I don't I. Don't know how to read but it just Rondo regardless I love interacting with the Fans I love recently, yesterday somebody posted what was your favorite song that was sung in an alternative i. I have a favorite. Let's all eat beef. To remember that was that was that was mentioned. Come on. Let's solely the I can't remember her. led. Some of that. was just like that. So may refer. More readily than thank you for reporting from read it. That's greatly appreciated James Zini. Well you should check out twitch, DOT TV. Slash B. s comedy, and that's where bear supply is doing a live show now. Okay and I'll be by a seven thirty am tomorrow for the skydiving. Yes Oh. 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Cooley Does a Haskins' Film Breakdown

The Kevin Sheehan Show

1:27:18 hr | 1 year ago

Cooley Does a Haskins' Film Breakdown

"You want it you need it. It's what everyone's talking about the Kevin Sheehan show. Now here's Kevin Yeah. Thank God. I didn't even see it Erin. I woke up this morning at four. Am looked at my phone. Fifteen plus text messages on opened a brand new all of them This gives you some insight into what really you know Moves me the and many of my friends Duke lost my favorite text message came from one hall of fame coach Gary Williams who texted me after the game and I didn't see it again until until four this morning. He's like Duke. Just lost to Stephen F.. Austin what the Hell is going on question Mark Question Mark A lot of you texted me. Steve Sands I got it. I was sound asleep. I watched the first quarter of the wizards game and I fell asleep. Sleep and I woke up to that for this morning. And there you go I do morning radio As many of you now you didn't know that you can listen to me on the team. Nine eighty seven to ten any and weekday mornings and I was exhausted last night. Aaron and fell asleep and woke up to that I watched all of the highlights of Dukes lost to Stephen F. Austin And read as much as I could to get ready for this particular conversation. I wish I had watched it because I think that you know I did. Watch the EVANSVILLE game aim against Kentucky a few weeks ago and I told you I think the next day that was really striking to me in that game early on is that Evansville was not afraid. Great you know most teams go into Ruppert. They go into cameron endure and they're looking around. They're like Oh wow. This is what cameron indoor looks like. This is what rep looks like and you gotTa do the hoosiers thing to measure the rim to the floor and tell your kids hates It's ten feet. And then you've got a measure you know the rim to the free throw line fifteen feet same measurements as our Jim. Back in Evansville Indiana or wherever they were from. Where's the hoosiers team from forgetting the little town that they were from right right now? SAR- with the Crock is something along those lines. Somebody's GonNa pull it right now. You're screaming at me right now. So we will get that here momentarily but In watching that Kentucky game a few weeks ago it was like man. Evansville wasn't afraid. Well Clearly Stephen F. Austin was not afraid and the reason that these things happen and last night was the biggest I point spread upset. In Fifteen Years Duke was a twenty seven and a half point favorite lightly Hickory Hickory of course Twenty seven and a half point favorite last night Over Stephen F. Austin Kentucky was what at Twenty six point favorite of Evansville something like that twenty five and a half eighty six. I I believe And so Biggest point spread upset in the last fifteen years. I non conference home loss at Cameron. Indoor for Duke. Since two thousand Saint John's beat they were the last non conference team to walk into to Cameron Endure and win So last night was really shocking. But when this stuff happens and it happens and you know we've seen it in recent years Wofford over North Carolina by the way that former wofford coach. That has now coaching Virginia Tech. Really good he can really coach. I've watched Virginia attack a little bit this year. I watched him the other night against Michigan State they got blown out by Dayton Dayton. So good team. That dude can coach. I played golf yesterday and Ran into a one one of my favorite coaches in town and we were talking about you know. Buzz Williams and Texas am in Maryland. Could get them right in the semi finals in Orlando and I think Buzz Williams Williams is good coach and I just said. Have you seen the do that used to coach Wofford. He's like Oh my God. How about this stuff? He runs he can really do it but anyway Typically what you get get in these upsets in. Why they happen is probably one of the big reasons it happened last night? The top eight players for Stephen F. Austin or seniors. There's in juniors the starting five Duke for Freshman and Sophomore trae. Jones is a sophomore very good. One eight turnovers last night in the game. But you know you're you're talking very often in these cases about grown men against younger teenagers Who by the way only played a few games? Now you get those four five star freshman and sophomore at the end of the year and they've played twenty games twenty five games. They've basically now become you know uh Experienced now you're catching them and they're not as experienced and you're playing a team that has seniors and juniors a senior point guard. Who played forty minutes? Last fascinate for Stephen F.. Austin there were a couple of other things that were interesting about the game. I didn't see the game again so I can't really comment on whether or not. This was a dog whistle or not. Were you watching the game. Did you watch the whole thing. I did not watch the whole thing. Obviously it was just kind of a nothing game at first. I was actually watching watchman on. Hbo I org. That's great. Oh it's really really good particularly if you're a fan of the comic book or Movie But then as wrapping up I see you know two minutes left here in camera. I'm Oh I think I need to watch this so pretty much from two minutes. Left in regulation through overtime. Well then you may not have a sense of the following either but duke shot forty free throws and Stephen F. Austin shut seventeen which is not unusual for Duke game at Cameron Indoor for Duke to get what we have all learned to be over the years the Duke Whistle at home or they're on the road or a neutral court. I have no idea if they got that or not last night from from what I saw and then from what I was reading and talking to people afterwards it was a pretty fair whistle for all. So so here's the thing. Though to only made twenty four of forty free throws they missed sixteen free throws so. There's your game right there like I didn't. I don't need to have watched the game to say this game doesn't go to overtime. If they're just horrible from the free throw line instead of ethically bad from the free throw line Stephen and also forced twenty two turnovers which tells me that either Duke was really out of it or Stephen F. Austin was really You was really the aggressor the aggressor one thing. I did notice in one of the highlights and a key possession late in the game. It's so odd in Those of you that really are into hoops ups and many of you I know listened to the podcast of the radio. Show are involved in the you know in in the DC area in basketball and we've all sort of in the last couple of years. Here's been blown away. At how much coach K.. Has Played Zone. Defensively Shoshefsky was for years man. That's it I mean you had had to put a gun to his head to get him to play zone and in the last several years you've seen in play more and more zone defense and he's actually talked about it and he said look. Look when you're recruiting five star freshmen. Who are coming in here? Who in many cases played in a programs where they weren't coached particularly particularly well in the art of guarding? You know straight up in guarding pick and roll in in sort of pick and roll era era. He said it's just a lot easier to teach zone lot easier to teach him zone and to have him play zone but last night on one as I'm watching the highlight package there up up one okay. They weren't down in the game. They were up a point. I think late in the game may be regulation and I'm watching Stephen F.. Austin moved the ball around against two to three zone and unlike playing Stephen F. Austin you're sitting back in two to three zone seriously and Stephen F. Austin seemed to be a well coached team ball. Didn't hit the ground. Four or five I passes guys got a wide open three knocks it down and they're up to. I mean you would've never back in the day. Scenes Chef ski in a tight game came against a team that he's more talented than playing as zone on a key possession. The game anyway. I thought that was interesting. Stephen F.. Austin in the southland conference is only picked to finish fourth pre season. It's not like they've had some really good teams in tournament teams in in recent recent years. I don't think they're in the tournament last year but they were picked to finish behind New Orleans Sam Houston state in Abilene Christian in their league. You were GonNa say something hoping I was just going to say something about Duke Really. And that's obviously no one expected this. No one expected anything like this. I kind of expected to see duke stumbled stumbled pretty quickly here and again not here not in this game but this is not the duke that we've grown accustomed to. Why do you say that? I haven't watched enough of them yet. They're not nearly eighty. Don't have a lottery pick on the team. As of now they do not have a lottery. Pick on the team. That will be the first time. And I'm I'm pulling up the draft history now first time since God twenty. This Guy Vernon carries not a lottery. Now he's he's first round but not lottery and he's by far their highest draft draft. I thought I saw him. The lays mock draft for like twenty two or something like that. It'll be the first time since two thousand thirteen. They don't have a lottery. Pick assuming that Kerry doesn't really explode They're obviously a good team. Troy Jones awesome. They're an experienced teamer at least slightly more experience than last year. But this wasn't your typical all are. Here's a guy he's an. Rj here's guys we bring in and they immediately you know Jabari Parker. They immediately contribute. That wasn't this team and and while I expected them to be good I did expect them that they were going to lose a few of these again. Not necessarily this game but maybe some games. We didn't necessarily expect them lose. How many of their guys are projected? First Rounders I think so. Just pulling up Gimme a minor draft years. NBA draft dot net not necessarily the most reputable. But let's see we have Vernon Carey. That's it only only we'll trade Jones have potentially gone in the late first round last year I thought they trade Jones and early second rounder. In this one. Wow Okay I mean that that. That certainly could be a reason. You I mean when you get. NBA Lottery picks on your team. Like they had last year and R J Barrett and Cam Reddish Zayn Williamson. You know forgetting one from last year. Remember when they lost lost design and coach K.'s giving us the woe is me story and I'm thinking to myself wait a minute. He's still barrick cameras. You're still to top five. I top ten picks thing about this year's draft. You may not see a Duke or Kentucky player in the lottery interesting. One thing that I do remember I've not watched a lot of Duke. I saw him in that opener against Kansas. You know in the in that opening Game in that double header with Michigan State Plan Kentucky Kansas Playing Duke and they you know they were sloppy with the ball. They turned it over a bunch. Kansas turned it over bunch but I know that they because I was interested from gambling standpoint. I know they they were in a dog fight with Georgia state. A couple like two weeks ago a week and a half ago and Georgetown gave him everything that they you know. That's different George Shannon Stephen F. Austin but wasn't Georgia neither in the lead or tied at halftime. I think against Duke They let at one point in the game. I believe they went on that big run Feels at halftime. But yeah they play they play in East Lansing Against Michigan State in the ACC big ten thing jamming up which will be interesting so anyway Michigan State another team? That could have problems. Did you see what Is said ISO said. He apologized for for the loss. I did through that Genentech which you know to be honest with you. I don't like when coaches do that because it's demeaning to the team that beat you and I watched enough of that game to know that Virginia Unitech totally deserved to win the game. Absolutely I don't need you don't need to apologize to your fan base for losing a game to team that played you. He did say the that Caches Winston who lost his brother His brother passed away. You know very young age obviously A couple of weeks ago that Winstons just been dealing with grief that has really impacted. you know his game caches. Winston is an all American He's the front runner for the big ten player of the year. And that there's just you know immeasurable grief in the Winston family and it's impacting his play. which obviously is understandable but Izzo did speak to that. You know. I the context in which he was speaking to it. was in the context text of they haven't played well He said quote This was after they beat Georgia yesterday. You know the day after losing Virginia Tech the night before Izzo said quote we got an all American. That's probably gone through one of the toughest things that any human being would go through and we're just going to have to keep working him day to day through that closed quote. Vote You've got you've got Michigan State and Duke facing off in a couple of weeks. Last night was great college basketball. This time of year needs needs things like this quite honestly. Last year was a very unique year. If compared to other recent years Other years recently in College Football College basketball. Because you had a superstar Star from night one in Zion Williamson everybody. Everybody was paying attention to the sport because of him Too many years here over the last decade the sport is become a one one month of the year sport so to have Evansville go into Kentucky and win at Rupp into have Stephen F. Austin shocked Duke. You know especially during the week of Holiday a college hoops games probably pretty good for the sport All right I wanted to Wanted to get to something here coolest going to be in the show. Forget to mention that at the top. Cooley GONNA join us here momentarily but I wanted to talk about for a moment. The discussion that Tommy and I they were having yesterday about Dwayne Haskins and the the divide that I think is developing among the fan base about Dwayne Haskins. Some of you have already bailed on Jane. Haskins some of you like me or intrigued by Duane Haskins some of you are total believers enjoying haskins. But it's one of those things that we've gotten into over the years. Thank thank God. He's playing can you imagine how miserable and held completely uninteresting. This football team with would be Colt McCoy or case keenum were the starting quarterback. We'd have nothing to pay attention to so thankfully at this time of year. Let's be thankful to join Haskins. Starting these games and it gives you a reason to watch and evaluate and as I've mentioned before you know because of the situation with this organization at the top levels you know they're very few ways out of this thing you know. He's not going to sell the team Firing Bruce Allen or having bruce sound retire isn't going to solve the problem completely You Need Ah you know when you're a terrible organization from the top down. You need a top-flight quarterback to try to save you. I've given the example many times you know. The colts were a bottom feeding organisation organisation in Sports. They drafted Peyton. Manning turned everything around now. They had bill Polian in the organization which probably helped them. But still without Peyton manning it would have been and a bottom feeding organization continuing The Earth's as in in the colts were were really a terrible franchise which is why they had that opportunity to draft Peyton manning so you know. A top tier quarterback could save the organization could mask. What's what's wrong with the organization but it's one of these things we've gotten into recently with? Rg three with Kirk cousins. It's that debate among fans. It's it's a healthy debate. You know it gets very emotional. At times I see some of what some view right right to me on twitter and some of the calls we take on radio but you know at the same time I mean. We're we're all. I think as fans of the team hoping that it turns out ought to be okay. But there's something about dwayne Haskins that I haven't mentioned that. I've been very impressed with recently. I've I've mentioned all of the things That I to me have moved. My opinion from being sort of convinced pre draft after draft leading into the season that this was was not the right pick. I really did feel that way. Most of you know that that I just did not think that he was a top half of the first round Guy Fan on the couch watching a lot of college football what I thought But you know in recent weeks. A many of you have noticed that. I've sort of been intrigued in in in in Bay. Basically I've gone from thinking. He had no chance to believing that there might be a chance you know. I love the confidence that he has. I love the way he's aggressive sieve. I love the way he moves I think he's a much better playmaker than I ever gave him. Credit for being John Crime shared with me the other night that Dwayne shared aired with him that he has lost weight and body fat and that he's got a different body type then he had had it at a at Ohio state. So that's something that I think's noticeable all with mobility But the thing that I think I haven't mentioned yet that I want to mention I'm gonNA bring up with Cooley when I talked to. Cooley is something Joe. Oh Gibbs said many years ago and I'll never forget Joe Gibbs talking about Doug Williams You gotta go back to the eighties. And there was the quarterback quarterback debate between trader and Doug Williams and Joe Gibbs said a quarterback has if if a quarterback is going to be a great quarterback quarterback. He must be willing to take a hit. He can't have his eyes go down. He can't get happy feet he's gotTa keep his eyes Downfield on the prize even though he knows he's going to take a big shot. Dwayne Haskins has not shied away from the big shot. He is not gotten happy feet. If you noticed happy feet at any point you see that. On a lot of quarterbacks young and old they do not like to get hit. dwayne gotTa build that is able to absorb the hit rothlisberger like in some ways you know and so maybe he's been hit a lot knows that it doesn't hurt him as much as it hurts others. You've got that bill that maybe he can absorb those hits better but but he's not afraid it goes with that mindset that. I'm attracted to right now intrigued by that. He's got some athletic arrogance but more than that. He's in in the pocket when he's in there he's throwing the is down the field. He knows he's about to take the big shot and it doesn't faze him. These are all positive things. Get to More of that with Cooley. We'll see what Cooley felt about. Sunday's game I gave it a c It would have been you know in the area. Had he not delivered in those final. Two drives but I you know this is going to be an interesting debate over the final. Five Games The ship has sailed on them. You you know if it ever were even You know at Port Ready to take a quarterback in the draft next year. They're not taking a quarterback in the draft next year and less dances in unless unless dance. Snyder sells the team. And he's not GonNa do that. They're going with Haskins for another year. Now Alex Smith I think's going to be a part of the organization next year and if he's healthy in. There's the possibility he could be competing with dwayne. They have a very good relationship. John Crime wrote about that yesterday. Very good read. Read that if your redskin fan about the relationship between Alex Smith South and Dwayne Haskins Haskins really Like Patrick Mahomes did Really Likes Alex Smith you know in considers him to be the best resource is right. Now got a lot of quarterbacks in that building got two of them that are on the roster and Colt McCoy in case keenum have a super bowl. MVP quarterback in Doug Williams Timoteo Matt Cavenaugh. Cavenaugh have Kevin O'CONNELL lot of quarterbacks in the building had Jay Gruden in the building And he really relies on Alex. Smith He relates to Alex. Smith tells you by the way without question. Alex Smith will be a part of this organization next year. If he's not on the roster mark mark my words he will be part of the organization also today is believe it or not twelve years ago The saddest day you know I think one of the saddest days in DC sports history. Sean Taylor was already a great player and he was and I've had this debate with people over the years the Kevin he was just a good player now he was good player early on with a lot of flaws but in two thousand seven he was in the midst of a great season. And you could tell tell the maturity. He was a great player and he was getting better and he was struck down in his own home in Florida and a few days later in this day twelve years ago he passed away. You know what I mentioned this morning. It was such a try. It was such a tragedy so shocking it was so sad He was a husband he was a father. He was a son and he was a friend to his teammates into this city. And Sean Taylor will never be forgotten in this city That's for sure he was. You know we. We talked yesterday about the electrifying way. In which Lamar Jackson plays football. And Sean Taylor is cut from that cloth and was cut from that cloth. He was electrifying. It was like Oh my God. Have you seen Sean Taylor play and there was a blur on TV when you watched Games Games whether it was number thirty six in his rookie. Year number twenty one later where you just see this flash this bar and it was like that was sean flying into a pile. Flying into the line of scrimmage judge he covered ground as a safety like very few. Have over the years. And it's really I you know the death you know always always sort of At times exaggerates what someone was in life but the fact that he has become such a hero approach to so many young football players in so many players who are in the League today tells you that the style at the very least was unique. There was substance instance. There too. You know I know what he was early in his career and we all know that he had flaws on the field and off it But in two thousand seven he was playing As well as any safety in football he had become a great player and he was only going to get better so amazing. Twelve years got never forget that day. Never forget the programming John Regan's and I on the air from pretty much sunup to sundown on that day twelve years ago a lot of other people were as well lot of. You're following it. You know a comment by comment and It was tragic and it was a sad day. He'll never be forgotten. Rest in peace. 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The weekend it's tough to beat that first weekend of March madness but it's close number two for me. Yeah this is number one for me and March madness and the divisional round of the NFL playoffs would be a close second and third. I March madness. The the Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday the first and second rounds is phenomenal. It's that extended weekend too because it's Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday. Not just Saturday early Sunday the NFL divisional round or the wild card round whichever you prefer two days four games. This is college. hoops morning tonight. late-season late-season NFL. With three games on Thanksgiving Day. Another twelve games on Sunday Sunday night and then one on Monday night if you want to count that as part of the extended weekend LATE SEASON NFL. MEANING MEANING GAMES WITH STAKES PLAYOFF STAKES. Then you get college football on Thursday Friday and Saturday rivalry games everywhere. Playoffs stakes games everywhere. It's the Best Regular Season Sport College football and you get it's most important weekender certainly one of the most important weekends I'm not into the NBA. This time hero. Although you know I I do follow it as you know NHL. I don't follow it this time of year Neither of those are big deals. But you got all those games going on and then you wrap it around the best meal of the year. The best holiday of the year in my view is Thanksgiving and you get the best leftover situation throughout the weekend after Thanksgiving I love this Weekend March madness is close. It's really close that that Thursday Friday when you leave work early and you got your you know brackets filled out and you got games like multiple games. Four Games going on simultaneously buzzer beater. Here's shocker over here. It's great I actually. I find Saturday and Sunday to be even better than Thursday and Friday. When you get the one vs eight-game the two seven the four or five games you get some really good matchups yes then as well Anyway so that's that Also wanted to mention real quickly before we get to a quick. NFL Power Pole That the redskins did you know that. They are still alive for playoff berth. I mean attack. Nick I guess so this morning I'm listening to Goldie here in the studio getting ready for my show and he goes goes through the playoffs. Reo's for the redskins first of all. I'm thinking wait a minute. That's my job. That's what I've been doing it the station for years they're five and six and I got it all mapped out on how they're going to make the playoffs. I haven't even thought about it at this point at two and nine but basically if the cowboys lose out and the Eagles lose a couple and the redskins beat the Eagles beat the cowboys as part of the cowboys. Losing out the eagles losing a bunch of games the redskins could win the division at seven and nine now it would require the redskins winning another five games in Rhode end the season. Six Game Win streak the chances of that apparently only the overall chances of the redskins getting to the place or like nine hundred thousand to one the I think it was the Washington Post put up. The redskins could make the playoffs. You can also be struck by lightning. Oh was it the post were Gauley was getting this from. It might might have been I. I'd seen last night. I remember C can you hear and my paper rattling around yes. I read the paper online but yes I get the paper delivered to. Yeah here. It is the redskins could still win the east parentheses. You could also get hit by lightning. I Dunno feels in the paper but it was DC sports box. Scott Allen Neil Greenberg eight hundred and eighty seven thousand eight eight seven nine nine zero to one okay so essentially eventually you know eight hundred eighty eight thousand to one. I would think that them. Winning out would be every bit of a million to one let alone. All the other things happening happening I I don't see this team winning another game Of course it could happen. They could beat the giants. They could beat the cowboys. If the cowboys have nothing to play for they could beat the eagles if the eagles come in here and December fifteenth with nothing to play for although it's pretty early for the eagles to have nothing to play for but anyway anyway They're not going to the playoffs but I found it interesting. That Goldie was going through. I guess what the Post went through. which is the seven and nine possibility for the Redskins divisions a bad division? Golly pointed this out. And he's right like if they were four and seven right now you we would be saying okay you know ah somehow if they pull this thing off they win one of the next two eight definitely could win the division like if they were foreign seven right now you'd be saying if somehow they can beat either Carolina Green Bay next two weeks to to get to five and then you get the eagles giants cowboys to finish the year. With two of those three at home you know could they get to eight and eight and win the division maybe But they're not foreign seven there too and nine and they're lucky to be two and nine. They beat the dolphins barely and they barely beat the absolute horrible. An injury riddled Detroit lions. They're much closer to Owen Eleven. They are foreign seven in fact name one other game. They've even been close to winning like the Eagle Game in the opener because it was the best half of football All right we'll get to Cooley here in a moment Wish everybody a happy Thanksgiving and mentioned to you that if you are in the mood and you haven't rated or reviewed the podcast do that for us. It really helps rate at five stars. Write a short review on how much you like it. It really does help us from an advertising standpoint and from I'm a positioning standpoint On a lot of these podcasts platforms also reminder that we've got an APP now if you want to download download the APP you can do so on your iphone through the APP store when you're on your android through the Google store all right. Let's bring in Cooley On the day before Thanksgiving first of all. What are you doing for Thanksgiving? Do you have people coming over to your your house or going to the in laws house. Okay so that'll be fun. Yeah I got a green NBA. Castro Cook off with my wife so open to win that and watch a little football man. Wait a minute you and Matty have a green bean casserole. Cook off yeah. It's not a big deal. We've never done this before. But she makes everything from scratch and I'm contesting that the generic cream of mushroom soup faces better so the one made from scratch Asia. You're contesting the basically. You can walk into Safeway and get something that you couldn't tell the difference with right exactly right it. It except the thing is we. I went and bought all this stuff for the things. We're going to cook and I got some extra things and she got asked me what what does that. What does that so I'm GONNA I'M GONNA spice it up a they're going to win this one? Well I you know I think of a cook off on something like this. I don't know if Green Bean casserole would be the item that were making the compliment dish. I understand how making O.`Neil she does it. We usually have it at home and she does a heck the job with We'll happy Thanksgiving to you matt in the kids and your in laws. You're all the all the people that I've met before. Please send my best estimate all right. So what did what did you make of Sunday. And let's start with the quarterback after looking at it on film and consuming it live and then watching it on tape again and again live. I think everybody has a fan consumed it and said he's he's way off. He's missing a lot of throws that he needs to make an ugly and his stats. Were not great but still live. He said the kid found a way to go six nine for seventy six yards and at least get them into scoring position on the last two drives and win the game. There was that live united book after after the game and I thought you were more positive than I was walking film. I watched it twice after the first time it was it was definitely one of those films homes where you say it's it's not as bad and then after watching the second time I just came to the conclusion that he made mostly the right decision and he's moving in the pocket pretty comfortably. Detroit didn't have much of a pass rush but essentially just dismissed on four or five throws it if it gets back he's got really good game and you know. Even even a couple throws he threw one to Harmon on third and long department. Down at the heck of a throwback throwdown third and seventeen throw. Yes great throw and I thought Harmon could've caught up now. He also had a couple of high balls caught in the game up through high Carmen one-handed the last throw the the really important throw to Terry. maclaurin was very high ball that Kerry came down with and so the it could have been a little different in that fashion I think the other thing is he's one hits late on a lot of throws even though he's making the right decision he's one hitch weight and maybe because he's one had sleigh needing to see the receiver open just a little bit. He is airing on the side of Do not throw picker and so it is high that it is not poor anticipation because he I think he knows where he wants to go with the ball. But he's a hitch late on a few of those throws and then lastly as he gets better and progresses you'll really start to use his is better on a Lotta throws. Does he want to manipulate the back. End Coverage and hold the safety with is wanted to manipulate the underneath coverage in his eyes and try to move some people Couple of good examples through an over the head of Terry way over the head on deep out route or deep corner they call it a bencher out. He knows where he's going with the ball. He makes the right decision but he just looks at Terri. The the whole way and so the the single high safety is allowed to move hard to there and he's really trying to throw high far away from him as much as it was dairy. Slay the corner if he throws that got a half a second earlier. There's just no chance. Or if he holds the safety in the middle of the field just looking at the safety knowing where he's going with the ball. There's no chance that a guy gets club. And then another throw Terry got blown up on a slant route. Just stare at that middle linebacker right in the middle of the field. He knows where he wants to go on the slam. He's got pretty much the exact same combination aside so pick aside to just look at that middle linebacker keep him frees him in the middle of the field of freeze the safety in the middle of the field. And then you'll have a little bit more window to Terry to make that throw so some little things but I also think you know looks fluid back there in terms of his movements. He's he's deciding to run when he has to run. He wasn't really frustrated by pressures. That Detroit braddock think he did a pretty good job picking he knows up and he did it really not checking protection on one. Maybe overthrew to Terry in the end zone so I think that the the inaccuracy for most people would say the problem but that was his real big problem in the game and I think it's really just as footwork rytas busy throwing the ball and so I don't know if it's as big of a problem go back and look at that to essentially every time. He's overthrowing he's almost else driving off of his plant or as his front leg or he's opened in his front leg way up in tips way up and just coming through high with his body or coming into his hips. Parallel Line of scrimmage. Those are things that a young quarterback in absolutely work on it does arm accuracy. It's his body creating really really interesting. Because I have not talked to you since Sunday night and I was much more. I was much more courage than you. You were after the game even though you you would said to me a give it to you that he was really good in those final two drives at he delivered in the clutch but ultimately i. I can't wait for you to finish this tape breakdown to see what you say. 'cause I mean people know this. It's not just because we did a show together but I respect your opinion watching tape more than anybody else and I. You know what I'm hearing you saying. Is that the accuracy stuff is fixable a little bit on on these that he's got us is better and that you know it's funny because the one in addition to accuracy accuracy. I said in my breakdown on Monday and we've been talking about it all week long that I thought that this was the first game that I saw him waiting a little bit on receivers. I didn't feel that way in the buffalo game. The jet game is sort of you know with throw out the window. You know the throat game especially on some of those out routes I thought he was waiting instead of throwing with anticipation like he did it against it's buffalo and you mentioned that deep bench route that too. Yeah it was late but you know what I like about him. I like that he's aggressive. That third and seventeen. I pointed it out. That's aggressive like how many quarterbacks just take the check down in punt you know. And he went forward on third and seventeen and I think if if if Kelvin harmon catches it it might be about a half yard short but it was a good throw and it was catchable and I love the scramble on the last drive that set. They got him. You know a AH I down. In the way he the way he gets up and he's urgent and he understands the situation and he's playing with urgency and he's playing with great competitive level. Oh I also pointed out this morning because I watched some of this on Sunday indefinitely sought against Buffalo. He's not afraid to take a shot in the pocket. You know he does not get happy feet at all. I don't think when he's in that pocket he's GonNa make a throw. I think that's a really good sign. And then the mobility in the field in the pocket DOC is we've talked about is even better than what we thought it was at Ohio state was talking. I was talking to climb the other night. I don't know if I've told you this or not. Kaime had a conversation a few weeks ago with Dwayne Wayne in Dwayne told him that he had lost weight and body fat since Ohio state which it looks like that. That's the case. And that may speak to why he's a little bit quicker and a little bit more mobile than we remember. I'm going to urge you because we've done this a lot of time to watch the last five games that fight fight in Ohio state and watch him run around a little bit I I know I know. He did that. Bad rap from the combine. He did it he did exactly what he's doing but I am with you. The only time he has happy feet in rare is when he's old by coverage it's not because of pressure he doesn't care is often doesn't know he'll take. He has courage in the pocket and when he starts to get bad feet. It's essentially because he doesn't know exactly where he wants to go with the baller. He's fooled by pressure a little bit but the the other thing you like about them in the pocket is he's not a guy that's gonNa pull back there. He protects the ball when you watch him play always got two hands on the ball and he's very good at moving in the pocket while keeping that ball close to his body. I love that from young quarterback. 'cause I don't worry about. And fumbles ear right. Yes I know the way you just described it. I've you see him. Protect the ball and move that ball away from where he feels the pressure pressure step. He's got great feet in great vision. All of that stuff I think is natural. I mean I still feel the way I I did with respect to the big picture before the draft after the draft. You know a month ago that I would probably bet against him becoming a franchise type of quarterback than on him but God. Do I feel so much differently. After these three games than I thought I would feel at this point I just do and I know that you know you have had had some sense you know watching the game live That you know there's a long long way to go but there are things there. There's something there her that to me is makes me more optimistic than I was a month ago. He has all of the natural skills that the quarterback needs to have. I think that's what's there and he knows how to move quarterback. He looks like a quarterback in the pocket. It you know all of the physical physical attributes and all of the little things that you need to see a quarterback do. You're you're seeing it. It's just going to be his growth process and his ability to Oh really determined. pre-snap looks and some of the post nap rotations. That people are going to give him a lot of as we move in the future he detroit game game and their team that played over seventy percent man to man through all of the season they played them in over seventy percent zone. The everybody's GonNa try to fool. Maybe that's why the hidden late to a lot of it is. He hadn't seen it from them. But this is the other thing with the young quarterback. See Everything and then you start art just feel it out instead of having to actually count it. You're just you know it and it will become more eight to him and I'd like to see him with a a couple of good Lee. I'd like to see him with another receiver. That really has the skill you know another time receiver and see him. No are Terry's my my one guy able to stretch the field a little bit. I WANNA get to harm here in a moment based on that comment. You said something thing that to me would be coaching issue. If Detroit played seventy percent man. Coming in and dwayne struggled against. It's all the exotic looks and all the different looks Greg Williams gave them and perhaps buffalo did too. Wouldn't you prepare him for the possibility that a team's GonNa Watch dwayne lean on tape and say you know what we're man team but if we throw more zone at this guy it's GonNa work in our favor it will make him think more. Hesitate Moore your struggle more. Wouldn't that be a coaching point. During the course of the week to prepare him for year. We've seen Detroit on tape. Play a lot of Man Dwayne but but we think based on what you've been struggling with the teams are going to throw more zone at you. Yeah and not just him I think is offense in general fevers and how they run their routes manders zone. And that's just I'm getting a feel from landmarks and some of the stems of some some of their routes and I didn't. I didn't make his quarterback meeting so I don't know exactly what they talked about but I do know is other than probably the New York. ORC Game where they played Daniel Jones. It's hard to come up with the exact looks that they're going to give him because they haven't given them so you're to some extent preparing for some unknown as far as their defense. I'm sure they did say things about this I think I talked to you last week. And I know I did this on. REDSKINS DOT COM. Yeah he's he's GonNa get zone. The lines aren't gonNA play in a bunch of man that they're gonNA play it on Friday. Yeah so oh I mean. That's having some foresight into not what's just on film but what you know our tendencies. What our struggles are and how they're gonNA play off and it worked? I mean to some extent it worked. Because they didn't give a touchdown office. Buildings were all the positive things we said. We didn't score touch on office. I was just GonNa say that I understand those people and I've talked to a lot of them this week and heard from a lot of them that are going to say you know before those flannel to drive she. He and he was six for nineteen for crying out loud. They didn't score an offensive touchdown. He was terrible. And I I'm going to pick and I think that that's not what we're and I mean going back to the point where I said I wanted to see him play. He's going to have a a an average to to to sub average supporting cast. He's GonNa have coaching staff that sub sub par He's GonNa have a coaching staff. That's going to be new next year anyway. there's a lot of pressure on them. There's a lot of discussion a lot of leaks a lot of this and that what I want to see her the things that we can identify a preseason game does he compete ARD. How does he deal with adversity? Does he throw anticipation. What does this size look like? How mobile is the all the things that don't you know necessarily always translate to numbers you know? Because some of that's dependent on coaching game plan supporting cast et Cetera. And so I I mean I understand that the numbers were terrible and he missed a lot of easy throws a meat missed. One of the easiest touchdown throws Rosato year to maclaurin on a play. Where correct me if I'm wrong? What number progression was that? Where he came all the way across to Maclaurin and just missed him in the end zone one one so he just looked at off? Well Yeah I think he did it. It could have been too but that that was just a play action pattern with a the criss cross and the tight end. henches was coming across over the top of McLaren so he was really the picker Terry to me was number one their. We'll dwayne did a good job. Not even looking at him until the last second and then just in just missed him. Flat out missed him but the point is is that what you're saying is what we probably both heard. Is that what you are you nuts shin. And I've gotten a lot of that. I mean the guy the six for nineteen in the NFL against a team that it was missing defensive players in his but horrible. I understand that but all the other things we talked about our true also So you know I look forward to. WHO's next game? I did too and I. It's just about his his progression a couple things that I didn't really like and it wasn't necessarily football. I didn't like that. We make excuses for why there's the high balls and and I think the coach did that it afterwards and saying he he want he didn't WanNa under throw anything so they get picked out routes one of sure they were fine. Decisions Terry made sure the other one didn't get picks you both those so the shorter out routes were underthrown the open crossing crossing routes that had no one around overthrown. There wasn't a ream rhyme. Or reason I just think he was high and then I don't think he needed to say is his risk was high. He wasn't high all he needs to say as a young quarterback is men. I had them look that I loved out there. I gotta hit those girls. He's GonNa they get the benefit of the doubt as a young players for missing girls. He's not missing throats throwing high right into the arms of the safety missing high into safe areas. At least I. I just think that we can all we can all understand his fans. What throws remiss and give him the benefit for a a period of time? If it includes at least this year I say we want to get better. We don't need to talk about a wrist or reasons why the balls were high or anything we just. Let's get better. We WanNA WANNA make them so before we get to unity. Excuse making in the Selfie and all that because I want to get to that too you just sort of made a point that I think is really important important like the things that you and I just discussed and I've been discussing all week. And you probably have as well on your podcast and listen to these podcasts. Get it anywhere you get a podcast. Also go to Redskins DOT COM and click on the podcast icon. He and he and Clinton did a show following the game on Monday. You you make a good point about you know the excuse making it. I want to get to some of that. I also want to say this with respect Wayne Haskins. He's GonNa Start these final five games barring injury and he's going to start sixteen games more likely than not next year. I think you know that there's going to be enough there that that will intrigue people at the end of this year in that building and not enough to convince people necessarily but enough to intrigue people. And there's no chance they're you're gonNA draft a quarterback in two thousand twenty so buckle in it's GonNa be at least another twenty one starts for join Haskins next next year sixteen in this year's five unless Alex Smith makes some sort of miraculous recovery. You would agree with that right. Yeah I think that the bengals are gonNA take for number one anyways because I think it's impossible to pass on that pick and as per we've fallen to four and might stay at for based on the bodily NFL. You can agree with that. I I don't see any reason for him not to start every game next here. Whether or not Alex Smith Recovers Right. And that's in part because I I don't necessarily see especially if the coaching change this redskins team as a super bowl contending team and so insane that I don't have a reason to to play anybody Eddie but the quarterback for the future less. I saw them as as a team that was building to win. Ten Eleven Games with Alex likes and I hope that's not no. We're going to get hyped next year. For whatever happens but I. I don't know if that's realistic. It should be the way all all right. Let's get to the SELFIE afterwards. Your call Larry Doc in in coolies call when you know case keenum goes out there and you say very surprisingly surprisingly. He's over there taking selfies but what he was doing. I know so. What was your reaction to this? I'm not that concerned with it. I'm really not EA IF I was waiting waiting over. Said yeah well. We shouldn't have twenty seconds left on the clock. No and and and I was surprised that Fabian be an headed pick. That ended the game that I thought the game was GONNA end anyway. I I don't care. He was he was pretty high and he almost broke water bottle. Any went and took some pictures. I any thought the game was over. I really don't care I I just don't do it as a teaching aware aware if I needed to use that as a teaching moment we have the wrong guy just so we're clear on this. I don't need to teach anybody that they need to stay focused throughout the entire game. Okay how how would you pay your a frog. How would you have handled it? If you're the coach how would you have handled it. I would have said almost what the bill says. Look I wanted him there. I'm glad case was available. I'll talk to him afterwards. We'll talk about okay. That's how you would. That's what you would. It said to the media what we don't do that again and that's it what would you I mean. The only the thing that I didn't like was that he needed to be made aware. I don't blame Sean for this but to anybody. The game wasn't over here on television. Taking these welcome cases taking the fact that in by the way that's how I knew because during our call whereas Dwayne I saw the television. Ah So I wasn't trying to throw him under the bus. It was just he was on. TV TV throw him under the bus. I guess here's the teaching moment right. They're watching everything you do. You're never alone in the stadium. They're going to know when you're talking to your offensive line. Join the number on your over there with the fans. They're going to watch everything that you do always in this the TV isn't on you. There's how many videos from people's phones just on you and especially now someone's going to be videoing him the entire game so let's make sure we know that you're always on camera. That would be the teaching moment. It's it's it's a little bit more than that. I feel the same way you do. I did not get wrapped up in this as if it was the worst thing I had ever seen. I do not feel necessarily that. It's going to be revealing anything although we may look back in. Throw all these things together. League done. Messed up fifty dollar tickets to watch the draft with him and his family and H. and H. Marketing at a Bowling Alley The selfie at the end of his first win against a terrible team that he shouldn't have been overly thrilled about beating nineteen to sixteen aim. But whatever it is I when I chalk it up to him being excited winning the first game and it's the world didn't end because because of it but I would assume and this would not make me believe that I had the wrong guy but I would assume twenty two years old that I needed to tell the him I needed to say to him and explained to him that this was a mistake that your job is to take that snap in that victory formation and I would have killed him with compliments. I the John Wooden thing I did this one. I coached young kids game. Four compliments because they're not going to hear the criticism unless you give them four compliment. I would've said it's a hell of a final drive that the dry before. That was a hell of a final drive. I loved the run that you made you really overcome some adversity. You delivered in the Clutch to get your first win. Congratulations Educations. I was very impressed with that now as it relates to You not being on the field to take that final snap and victory formation. That is your your fault you should have been there. That's a mistake that you made It didn't end the world. Nobody's GonNa die because of it. We're all GONNA breathe all right But I WANNA make sure that you understand Dan. That is your head coach. Think that's a mistake and I won't tolerate it again now. There's another part of this. which is the optics run? What happens again? We'll see you can ask me. What are you GonNa do if if it happens again? We'll you're threatening. I don't have to give. I don't have to give the punishment for the next time unless he asks me. And if he does. I'm going to demand disrespectful and I might bench him next week. Excuse me you're not you're not gonNA it. Sounds like telling my son. He better sit at the table during dinner or I'm not going to give cookie after dinner. I won't do it. I will give you that cookie cookie. Were you asking me what I would do I would tell you. I don't have any answer yet but there would be punishment. Ford yes there would be either or miss the first series or the first half or something if he asks me we'll coach. What's the punishment for it if I do it again? I would actually deemed to be inappropriate and disrespectful as a follow up question and I might find bench him right then and there for that reaction but I'm not suggesting he ask you what the punishment would be. So I don't have to give an answer to you also have to realize willing to punish me punish Asian for it again. I'm not GonNa do that very thing again. But what is what's the next thing that could happen. You do something else silly we got we got. We've got a handle it differently first of all. You didn't let me finish my thing. Might my thing would have finished as follows after I killed them with compliments because he deserved served a over the final two drives and said he then made it very clear that him not being there for the final kneel down in the victory formation while nobody died in everybody's breathing Rog in a live. It's a mistake you made a mistake. The game was not over. We'll coach I thought it was over. That's not the point it wasn't over and that's find that you thought it was over and I'm so happy that you were super excited and wanted to celebrate it. Not only with your teammates on the sideline which he did all right but then with the fans ends as well. I thought that that I think that would be great when the game is actually over. I just WanNa make sure you understand that. While I didn't I'm not overly worked up over it I don't I think it's the end of the world I also recognize and I want you to recognize that it was a mistake and it can't happen again. You got it coach. Thanks that's all I might go into the optics of it. I if he really you know I might go into the optics of it because it's GonNa blow up into a PR thing and you. You can say that you don't care about that and I would say I don't care much about it either. But the state of this franchise right now. It's probably not best for the overall Rawle team franchise business of the Redskins and I want you to care about that too. That's the more important part of the conversation is this is not not what you needed. More than fifty percent of the media is going to be about this. Oh it's going to be important that we handled this right. Going forward hold told me into your office if I had done that and I go into the head. Coach was the first thing I'm GONNA say coach. That can't do that again. Not Gonna I'm not GonNa let you coach me up on that. I think he I think anybody'll I hope he has the awareness that he's GonNa do that right now and that would be great like if he if if they had a meeting and he said coach before you even say what you're GonNa say and I'm GonNA listen to everything you're going to say I'm just going to tell you I am so sorry I I thought the game was over but that's no excuse. I should have been out there. I promise you won't happen again. That's on me. I you know the problem with it coolly. Then you get to the press conference not problem. A lot of people thought it was a problem that the press conference became almost combative to a certain degree. He I said you know. He broke the water ball water bottle. He thought that was the game is over and he made a mistake and then he came back and then he said well the game. The game wasn't a the game was over And so and then he you know got into it a little bit with the accuracy issues. It wasn't the the cleanest press conference forum. Either I'm willing to give him the benefit of the doubt out on that as well because I think he's been under a lot of pressure you know and he's been he's been criticized think he was nervous to a little bit personally. But that's the one thing he can learn the most from the entire press conference and as a head coach. I don't think you can have a discussion with that. If if you really put close to them you can have your PR department. You can have somebody else have that discussion and and just go through the teaching moments from the press conference. Because I'm with you I will also give them the benefit of the doubt on that one but I don't want them to continue to be like that right because it won't be good for it. It won't be good for him exactly. I also don't mind that if then if I mean I don't know how he feels about it but if he walked out of that thing instead I don't really we give a shit what they think. I'm getting ready for Carolina. That doesn't bother me either. Actually on some level real quickly to other things from the game. One one back to Kelvin harm and do you think he's a number two receiver. I haven't decided yet. He doesn't have the elites feet need to be a real number two. I here's the thing they're planum as as the which is the off the ball strong side receiver and I don't think he provides what you need in terms of some of the speed elements that a true Z provides. He's more of an ex receiver but it's also the Terry's more more of an ex receiver Paul's your Z.. Place seen him. Where where do you place Kelvin? Because I think he is your single side receiver more times than not on the ball. Swank Guy Your Guy. But he doesn't truly threaten the defense. I know that he got over the top on the third and long but I haven't he's got he's got incredible pans. He's got to develop a little bit more route runner. But I don't know if I the truth. Be for him to be a pure to. He's a good blocker for a wide receiver right. I actually think he's an H.. Back interesting yeah well no not me. I don't mean like the pullback lead what kind of guy but if you wanted to go three receiver receiver personnel. I think he's more of your slot which you're utilizing with a lot of different things out of the not quite the backfield. But behind the line scrimmage. I think there's so much you can do in the run game but I think he's more more almost h-back actually one of their players player that just popped up into my mind because I we haven't talked about him. A GEIS's numbers aren't very good. Obviously but God he runs hard and he runs physically and I think there have been zero gains that he's turned into one two three yard. Gangs what do you think guys has done a good job. And he's growing young back there. A couple runs that that kind of stand out one was with the duo play. You know that that insect drop play. They found right through the middle and got up to the safety and he just hit did it decisively and hard. That's a hell of a run. That's good vision. That's a good second cut. I loved it another one was also with. You will play late in the game that he bounced outside Donald. Oh Penn Donald Holding that played in can't bounce outside the weakside tackle so the holdings on the back so he won you. You GotTa know where you can hit plays where you go into where you're gonNA make those cuts but you gotta know where you can't hit them. Is that really do coaches really put that holding call on Donald Penn.. If you guys remember was the plate a geiss bounce to the outside and had his biggest run at the day got called back for holding they will really downgrade read the back and blame him for the Donald Penn.. Hold on that I would. Well done are forced to hold just because he bounces it outside. No but if he doesn't hold that should be PF l.. Donald Penn is soft setting with his turn to the inside. That we said tackles almost offsetting offseting pass to enhance an upfield rush on that particular play. I'm just saying he's learning dwayne flirting but he's got got some incredible innate abilities and I don't think he could be pretty good receiver. I know he dropped one. That was low to him in the flat but like his skill set as as a pass catcher out of the backfield. I really liked areas. Guys I I was just saying using a example is one of the things in grow from but I I really think he can be a good person second out back. You know one of the things. I was thinking about smallwood There are a lot of people thought. Why are they playing small would so much? He played more snaps than anybody two weeks ago. Oh He's twenty five years old. He's going to be an unrestricted free agent. They may decide. They want him back. I think he's pretty good. I think he's a very good player too. I think you've got it always keep in mind that Bryce love here I love probably the guy. They're looking at next year in that spot. Well I'd be looking at price love as also another guy that can carry for get first and second down Kerry's I'm totally with you. I'd be looking at a combination and I know he's back for next year if they want him back. But I'd really looking the combination of guys and love. Is your one two backs and really wouldn't want to go away from those two at all Carolina. The Best Defensive Defensive Team Haskins will face buffalo that they're different defensively in terms of the challenges that they present then. Carolina is a a really good defensive team. They're going to give them a lot. Softer Zone looks and make it hard on him. But they get good pressure up front with four Kiki's really pretty amazing player. They're good they're good. They're not great. You can score on Carolina you can move the ball on Carolina honey. Can't you can't make mistakes like he did last week with the ball. Don't make you pay for your so. We're clear on this. Detroit was the worst defensive team. Amy Is GonNa see maybe the giants when it gets late in the season but they even make it harder with some of what they do cover drives Detroit. Didn't that ballgame visit. The lines signed. Were not a good defensive team with their best defensive player out and their safety the panthers are second in the League behind the forty niners in sacks and that Brian Burns guy that we sort of liked in the draft from Florida State and leading. Sorta you love me love. You might Mike just liked him. I liked sweat more. You like you. Love Burns Burns his having a hell rookie year real quickly on sweat. You're seeing any progress. Obviously the one sack on on unblocked you know what I mean. He should be able to get that one but any progress from him. I'm I'm not seeing a ton of progress progressive from montage right now. He's an every down player but he is not putting together. His rush moves A- and he's fine in the run game. I prefer to see him with his hand. Down and a one gap kind of disrupt or more than the way. They're playing him. which is what? I'm sure will happen next year. But he's gotta find a way to put together some counter moves in his pass rush US game he is. He's not any not winning with this. I very often. He's not winning with the speed. The power which should be primary move and once he doesn't win with that that you gotta find your counter move off of that and he's not he's not got a plan for it yet. Why doesn't Steven Sims return punts? I can't answer that. Do you think he should on a team to can't score. Yeah certainly seem like you're good idea you to me. Also one everybody thinks should everybody. Everybody thinks he should and I don't mean everybody in the building. I'm just I'm just saying I think everybody ever talked about one of the top things that comes comes up. One last question doesn't return punts because of the pick off that he dropped. That could be. That could be a good point. I'm one last question for the third time that I've said one last question is. Is it crazy to say that Eric Flowers has played the most consistently gently among all of the offensive lineman. This year I think probably played the most consistent correct error. Flowers has been as a good player at Garda. You haven't noticed it which is essentially the fan. Watch from an offensive lineman. He's been a pleasant surprise. I let's switch subjects real quickly. What did you think of Lamar Jackson on Monday night in the Ravens? It's not just Monday night. It's an it's not just Lamar Jackson. It's the Baltimore's fucking good man. I don't know what to Ed. I watched that game and I. It's just their defense is outstanding. The way they run the ball is unbelievable. The speed that they play with on the offense is ridiculous and Lamar Jackson. Present such an unbelievable problem as a as a ball carrier. You're too bad as how do you defend what he can do with his legs in the past game and Greg Roman is gotta get a ton of credit for what he's done on with this offense as well as Lamar Jackson probably the MVP. Billy and I know that Russell Wilson's playing well and guys are playing well but he is not it's over it's over if you have any coordinator would rather play under Lamar Jackson. Every single one will tell you Russell up at least complement a plan for Russell Wilson. There is no plan for what Lamar Jackson doing right now. You said before that draft. He's the best running back in the draft and I think right I think that included Saquon Barkley said he's he's he would be the most electric running back in the best running back in the draft. But he's he's much more than that now right like I. I thought watching him. And you're right. It's not just the other night just that the the other night was a Monday night. Game in the Coliseum against the defending. NFC Champions who are struggling but a good defensive football team and they scored on their. I six drives four in the first half I. Two in the second half touchdown drives six for six on touchdown drives and then they're seven thrive with our G. Three in the game was a field goal Dr But but it was just. It was just incredible to watch what that kind of dual threat quarterback me does to a defense and then I think he looked so much more comfortable in the pocket I think he to and you have to credit him for making good decisions seasons. He is a early in the season. He made a lot of bad decisions. He got away with a lot of writing but he he's not making bad decisions and and if that involves him running that he's going to run where when you're going to truly know first of all I don't care if he's more than what he is. He's the biggest problem in the NFL right now with what he currently is when when you're gonNA know if he if he could just handle the drought that game and a regular game plan and I don't WanNa say regular I what he's doing to be a regular game plan. It's fun but when he's going to handle what Dwayne handling right now is when he sprained his ankle or does something like mahomes did early in the season and he can't run but he's in the game. That's when you'll know how good of a drug that quarterback is when and he has to be a drop back. quarterback hopefully never will hopefully healthy because he is fun to watch the offense. That's when you'll know is when he banged up sixty percent of the runner and the other team knows it eventually. What happened to Robert Your cell phone? You'll know what he is in doubt that game so now I yeah I mean he's not is right now. He's the best football player in the League right now. That's what he is. I don't care what kind of I don't Care the way he plays quarterback. I don't care whether or not there's a one read check down run system. It doesn't matter. He's the best player in the League right now. And he's actually I. I went through this yesterday with Tommy. He is you know on a shortlist over the last thirty years of forty years of me watching sports a shortlist of of the one of those unique athletes players that has become must watch absolute must watch he so electric electric. He's so exciting. He so totally unique now. Nothing and I think when we did that whole dressing. I said if you if you'll run the ball y'all taken taking number one of the draft picking number one and if he'll do whatever I wanted to do I'll take him number one and I didn't that point see him I I think to some extent I said that is weapon like slash player. They can throw the Balsam. Forget that but if you'll run the ball he's the best player in pick you know what when I mentioned that Griffin came in and led the field goal drive and what you just said there. It sort of makes me think about Griffin standing on the sidelines watching this guy play football in knowing that in twenty twelve basically in a coaching staff that brought this kind of football into the league and it's obviously been thriving. I'm here for seven years but Jackson's taken it to a completely different level really Baltimore's taken into a different level because it's not. It's not ten fifteen percent of a scheme. It's a lot more than that in their scheme. But the biggest difference like if Griffin's looking out there thinking to himself that was me no it wasn't because Jackson's sins willing to play football this way and Griffin wasn't I mean there are other differences. Actually that I think about this Griffin's that straight line track athlete with no vision no ability to sort of avoid. The big hit and Jackson has great vision great elusiveness and is able to avoid the big hit even though always a little bit bigger and stronger than say a Russell Wilson and he will. Actually you know engage in a hit but Yeah not to mention the fact that one is going to be Robert. Coaching them into that. Maybe Roberts understanding that but to anybody watching what he's doing this year so Robert should event and when Robert was willing to be the check down which is what Lamar Jackson willing to do. Hey Look I don't need you find check down I'd rather have you run the ball up and have a back. Catch it three yards in the flat. We have a better chance of getting yards if you become the runner and when Robert was doing that is what Baltimore was doing but Jackson's a much better runner than Griffin Cooley. I know but Robert could feel often run in the fact that he took one for seventy against Minnesota. I know that I know that. But he also got hit in angles in situations where Jackson Russell Wilson and guys like that Vic back in the day didn't get hit because he didn't have that peripheral basketball vision. Asian Point Guard vision. That's what Russell Wilson has. That's what Jackson has. That's what Vick cad remember him. Just getting hitting all sorts of crazy you know spots and getting tossed around like a rag doll and there's one other big difference here to one was completely self absorbed in the other seems to be a complete one hundred percent all in team team player. We just didn't know that in two thousand twelve and we found out late in two thousand twelve in Cleveland. Though didn't we. I just hope you never find out with Lamar Jackson and I hope that Donald Harbaugh said three weeks or two on the sideline is you're GonNa Change incorporate young players. I hope it happens that way. Yeah you know we've been talking about the one thing that is not the way Baltimore decided to commit to. This is the primary part of their offense. You know. He's posed as a dual threat in the pistol. You know for most of their plays plays. This isn't what you know the Shanahan's did with rg three. It's not what the forty niners do with Cabernet or with Seattle's done with Wilson that Houston Tennessee's done with Mariota the odor all the other quarterback driscoll's running. You know he probably ran seven or eight. You know read option plays on Sunday for for the Lions. We've seen this style football and it's never gone away. It wasn't a fad add. It wasn't the wildcat is Phil. Simms tried to describe it complete and utter dummy But but what Baltimore's committed to is basically he making it their offense like you're keeping keeping mind though they also have the complement of Rpo with people really running in two thousand one hundred percent right. So you've added that other elements who were. There is a True Path. That isn't quarterback run. And you know you look back at our two thousand twelve year even if it was only only ten fifteen percent read option. It's still forty percent of the run game. That wasn't looked like it. Exactly right. They didn't they didn't know what was going on. Right cat remember I remember the conversations that you and I were having in twenty twelve. You're in twenty. I'm sorry two thousand thirteen after you after you stop playing for them in joined the radio station and just all of the de Dum dums on radio on on imprint on covering games. That just had no idea. No no you guys are missing it they are lined up in. This is part of the offense and even though the quarterback didn't run it. It doesn't mean that it wasn't presented that way and a benefit because it was presented that way as we've talked about so many times you the rg three never through from a cleaner pocket. Then he didn't twenty twelve when he was posed as a dual threat quarterback on most of those place when he was in pistol slur shotgun never used to call the draw. The draw called it. A draw Greg Cosell Greg cosell host cell Mr Mr. NFL Film analyst called it the wishbone veer. He called it the year. Actually I think it was whatever. Yeah I I. They're going to win the Super Bowl. I think they're GONNA win the Super Bowl. Let's not wait for the forty nine forty niners game going to be a good game because because they're the front that has true true speed. I cannot wait for the forty niners game. You WanNa do a quick. Nfl Power Pole with me. Then I gotta take off right. Let's do that one to five. It's time for our our weekly NFL. Our poll I think this is the first week that the top five or easy. And I'll do. Do you want me to go. First since I sorta sprung this on you and you can give it some thought. Okay I think the top five teams in the League are are bowl. Damore San Francisco New Orleans New England in Seattle. I think at this point. It's really you've got to really make a case to put Green Bay in there or to put Houston based in there to even put the chiefs in there in the top five and make. It's the first time all year the top five of actually been pretty obvious now. The order is not as easy. But here's my order. I think Baltimore is the best team in the NFL. I think they're going to win the Super Bowl and one of the things I hope for and we can start almost the countdown countdown to it given the AFC Picture Baltimore and New England in the AFC title game. I hope two games in Foxborough and I hope Baltimore. coz In their blows them out with Lamar Jackson in Foxborough San Francisco to me is the second best team. They'RE GONNA play Baltimore in New Orleans the next two weeks all right so it's going to really tell the tale for them in the in the New Orleans game will be most important because it's GonNa probably determine home field advantage or could in the NFC title game. But I've Got San San Francisco number two. They're the best defense in the NFL. I think it's better than New England's I've got this saints at number three because I think they're really good defensively and much better than New England offenses. Who is my number four team? And then I've got Seattle as the fifth best team. Even though I don't think Seattle no honestly in my personal opinion. I know they'd beat the forty niners. They beat the forty niners. Courtesy of a bunch of short field to defensive touchdown and a missed field goal by the forty niners in overtime overtime I think the forty niners and saints are both better than Seattle. But I've got Seattle in at five. That Games James Interesting the San Francisco because it still should have been a tie combined with Nathan or in overtime with two minutes. Counselor run at once so insurance you feel eighteen. You're insane Baltimore's not number one. Every my Momma with people apply for their unbelievable passing into to San Francisco is absolutely I'm saying through. San Francisco is absolutely number two the way the plane right now is is is pretty awful grapples finally really starting to get Jeff you really starting to see him feel more comfortable and throw him as a real thrower in their running. Game complementing what they. The run game is allowing them to score a lot of points. Titles back helped it last week. He's so good and that five boot that corner posts off the boot TA EH BOO game. Going it's really good. I mean with numbers. I still think they're often get together and figure this thing out. They always do do they. Just always do if wild I don't know why believe it I do and their defense is just out candy. It's really interesting though. Baltimore San Francisco. New England defense is Baltimore and New England fulfill on some Secondary San Francisco on the line and faith coverages three teams two zero one way or another team doing a different way. I think Seattle is number four. I I love what Russell Wilson's done. This year is really it. Just a playmaker and their defense is also very good. Then cloudy can stay healthy. They're defensive cement and then they suffice. What's really interesting the game? I'm not I don't know if I'm going to put them at five. Written Dallas is a massive problem. If they get into the playoffs. And wait a minute. You haven't you haven't given giving me the saints yet right. No okay I think the thing to probably number five but they got run by Atlanta. And they should've you've sort of been down to Carolina thirty four thirty one the middle from twenty five yard easy one right you can right now. People are getting yards against them. They're nothing's good defensively. As I've thought they last couple they've they've had some startling defensive performances here recently Atlanta Carolina. You're right and so I would be looking for some reason. Dallas isn't when they're in. These games are not winning again their roster better than New Orleans and they are built a true playoff game. I would not be surprised if he dallas make a run with the ability to be anybody in the NFC. I still feel the same way with for New Orleans because of the records. I'M GONNA put New Orleans at five Dallas at six. In my opinion I agree with you on the cowboys. But it's just Jason Garrett that just ultimately when I think about them I think well he's not gonna be you know Aaron Rodgers and a playoff game drew. BREES SEAN PAYTON IN A playoff game. Or you know Russell Wilson. They did last year. Where Russell Wilson in Pete Carroll in a playoff game? He's not GonNa do it. You know it's GonNa be new for the forty niners. They're going to be a new team in the playoffs experiencing it for the first time but they have way too much talent to be six in five football team way too much talent. Alan and the game Sunday. You didn't get a chance. I was giving you play by play of the Patriots for an hour as you drove home from from the stadium I was giving Cooley play by play of the Cowboys Patriots Game. It was an intense game and the cowboys defense stepped up and you know it was bad weather situation in Dacca. Didn't make as many plays in Cooper was essentially a no show. I think by the way they're going to destroy buffalo tomorrow in Erin. Remind find me before we leave for the day. I've got a quick smell test but I'm with you on the cowboys. And what's interesting about their ski. They play the bills. They play the rams. They play the Eagles on the road. They play the bears at soldier field while the Eagles have in order. Okay the dolphins the giants and the Redskins in the eagles are struggling. But they'll win those three games. I would think I think Phil Dallas diving. Dallas smokes the bills awake. They don't have great on defense and the Dallas is going to be a big problem for them with with weapons they have offensive really. Don't have anything on offense. They're not a good often and the bills have played such a horrific schedule so I I don't think Dallas have any problem with the bills. The Rams are free fall right now. it'll be fun to watch the East play out because like you said. The Eagles have threes. He wants but I don't think the eagles are a good they just can't move the football and score points. I you gotta go. I appreciate this happy Thanksgiving wish everybody out there the same and I'll talk to you a Probably Sunday or before then Chris. cooley everybody Let me finish up real quickly with an early smell tests. You don't have to play the sound or on this The cowboys are an anti public. Play for the second week in a row and Thanksgiving Day. Public Really Likes Buffalo. Believe it or not in part because the cowboys have some turmoil In some controversy Chrissy following that Game Jerry Jones not happy with the situation. They're they're laying six and a half. I like the cowboys I agree with. Cooley I think it's it's more of a mismatch on paper than people realize allies. I think the cowboys bounced back with a thirty one to thirteen win And then The thanksgiving night game Atlanta's catching seven. The public thinks new New Orleans is going to destroy the Falcons. I've had good. Read here on the Falcons. Recently I had Tampa against them last week and told you the the the weeks before that they were team that we're going to give people people headaches. They beat the saints on the road. I like him in a game in which they'll be fired up to play Thanksgiving night national. TV audience or getting seven. I think they keep close in. It's a really tight game to finish off Thanksgiving night football I'll take the falcons plus seven. So there you go too early. Smell test picks cowboys aloys minus six and a half Atlanta plus seven You know pray for the smell test because it is ill right now His nut feeling doing very well over the last month and a half I happy Thanksgiving to everybody have a great day. Obviously we're not doing a podcast. Tomorrow will be back on Friday with one with a full. Oh football Friday to do But it was good to get Cooley on today. Wish everybody the best have a great rest of the day stay safe.

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