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No 98: Elton John

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No 98: Elton John

"It was at this moment that he knew Diam Zahn. Where'd you find this? You. I now listening to the world's most popular inaccurate. And sometimes squirrel retelling of pop culture history. It's podcast forty two on the viks network. What are you doing? Talk. Sorry, no one, I can drink. Well, you should have done that earlier because it's time for our. Podcast forty two. I'm Christopher DeVos and Sabrina Pierre. I'm John Lennon. And I'm Laura. Hi. And tonight we are going to be talking about Elton John. John Lennon, not John and not tonight another night for John Lennon, or maybe the Beatles, or maybe just George Harrison. I don't I want the Ringo Starr show. No, the Pete best our. Say we just do Ringo star's all star band. Yeah. That'd be good. They're all McCartney's bans wings, Paul McCartney and wings all McCartney. No wings. No. Mccartney and the chicken wings, those my favorite version tree Dyeing's. Well, let's open up the beer, cooler, I. Jay. Is. This is a very colorful label. What did you bring? I brought from Tampa Bay brewing company's twisted strawberry fest. It's an effervescing golden ale. Brewed with strawberry and lime that we probably should have opened before the show. Yes, we are so prepared today. Family owned in Florida. Brewed. They actually have a restaurant in ebor city in Tampa that has really good food. Do we say that it was a today? Yeah. It's a golden ale brewed which strawberry and lime. It's a fruited ale just like L, John. Sir fruited. For two. Lt, you all right. We'll stay tuned to the end of the show. And we'll tell you what we think of this. So far. It's nice and light interesting. Chase that with a high lie official beer podcast to podcast for you to shameless plug. But right now, get out your pens and papers. It's pop quiz time. And this pop quizzes called, I couldn't find a C for the new Elton, John, Phil. I'm still standing? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Good. I love I this is what I get excited for every week. Laura has yet to crack a smile on any of these. I say I think that your best one yet. Or oh by I just watched Elton John's new standup act. It's a little bit funny. A little bit. That's a line from an John saw Faye now. It wasn't a little bit money. I'm still standing? Yeah. My favorite song to drink too. This is five general knowledge facts on Elton, John, an order of the easiest to the hardest test, your knowledge score. One point for each correct answer question. Number one, what was L John's first number one single, and I wrote what was Elton John's first number one signal. By key was Batman or something hint. This is an Elton John saw. Not like Springsteen question. We should do per sprinting. That I'm okay with that question, number two as of may two thousand eighteen how many solo albums as Elton released man. These are the easy ones food, these are all going to be hard. You said from easiest to hurt. Yes. This is a hard easiest hardest ones to the hardest hardest ones. I'm just guessing on. Everything me to question. Number three. What rapper did? Elton score a number one single with in two thousand four hint is not who you think it is. But what if it is, who I think? That's not a very good hint. This. Hint. It's not a rapper that he performed with at the Grammys. Well, then I'm glad I didn't write that one down. Or I'm leaving it probably the only rapper I'm leaving. I'm leaving the answer. Rapper? Mc I'm leaving it. Don't hit is not MC. Scott cat. Love scared. To stuffs for. And you're married to a black man what but he doesn't count. I listen more than he does as well. It's actually really true. Yeah. He listens to the backstreet boys. Most of the time whenever he does, listen, the quote unquote, ramp is just so we can go. Hey, I don't even though he listens to a lot of. The backstreet boys do that, to probably question for who starred in the video for Elton song. I want love. I don't even know that was. Should I go back and change my song, come out that song came out, and I don't know and eight? All right. We're going with this, because I wrote it down the song came out, I would say based on who the answer is the song came out at least after nineteen ninety I'm going with. That's right me, too, because he's not enough things can we do era Smith? One. I know at least SilverStone was three years. And question, number five, Bruce Springsteen's L played piano, what Holly song in nineteen sixty? And what, what Holly, buddy Holly song the holidays? Oh, god. I didn't even know that was banned. It's not only a band. But it's a an edible berry that you can't eat during Christmas. That's not a hit. That was not helpful. I have all of my answers wrong. You don't know that I know including the first one. Writing going on. No, I'm already done writing the title of the song has six words in it. Six. Mind like I don't even think I. Don't it's, it's, it's a thing. Now what it is. Now a thing. All right question. Number one, what was Elton? John's first number one, single, Laura goodbye yellow brick road jail goodbye, yellow regrowed Sabrina song. Don't go breaking my heart. No. Nobody knows the answer. Don't know. As of may two thousand eighteen how many civil albums says Elton released jail fourteen. Sabrina. Eight. The correct answer is thirty thirty solo albums. Eight thirty. It's right there up my paper. Awful lot of number one hits for only really long records. Chris, I guess, so. Guess so question number three space just thing. Nobody skipped on those h Rex. I'm still standing? Question. Number three, what? Rapid elm score a number one signal single with in two thousand four Laura. I'm leaving it because I wrote Eminem. Tiny west Sabrina fifty. Fifty cents to park, the answers to pock. He's still. Do we know what song that was? I did. But I didn't write it down way to go right next to the next question on what year it came out. But it was it was one of those that he collaborated with vaulted to pock Kreil crowd to cry to pock hologram to pock. Yes. And number four, who starred in the video for Elton song, I want, love Sabrina. Boy, George George is he still relevant. Does it? I like it to Steve Gutenberg Steve good. Virg-. Same question is he even still relevant cocoon reboot or are they making except Wilford? Wilford Brindley role seventy eight. Now, we're on the seventy nine I at least you SilverStone Volusia SilverStone. It is Robert Downey junior. I was close not close. I was closer or big in the eighties. Laura was the closest shish had an actor an actor. Again, Steve Gutenberg. Did you never watch police academy? She still relevant. Have you ever seen George in public? That's a lot of acting. Steve. Good vote should play. And boy, George's autobiography auto pick. As that member of the of culture club, and they can call it three. Are they men or I don't know? Question, number five, Ellen played piano, what Holly song in nineteen? Sixty Lor that thing you do. From a fictional band, and that from a fictional band, that was the night, or I think it was I don't think that was a real band. Oh. However, was a real record producer so jail in. Agata. Davita. And. Sabrina stand up and kiss under me. What? You said it's also a non edible plant Holly. Right. Holly, stand up and kiss under the. Oh, okay. That wasn't a clue that was just a little factoid six words. It is he ain't heavy. He's my brother. I'm still closest no. That thing you did totally on that one only four word. I don't care that thing you do by the Holly. That is. I think that's the worst pop quiz. Has ever been put on? Before read in the. Because I was so disgusted. I think it's our funniest quiz. We've done it a while. It was a hard quiz grant that the sources for the script was the guardian dot com. And that was actually an article written by Elton John himself song. Facs dot com time dotcom yoke dot org. WNYC dot org. You discover music dot com. Billboard dot com behind the music, featuring weird Al yankovic finally twenty nine dot com. Independent dot CO dot UK, and pop sugar dot com to use a lot of dot com because he's got some books coming out, but they don't come out to Tober. Can't do any book sources for him. Like he knew he was going to get lampoon tonight. One week after is movie comes out or week and a half. You know it's been one week since you looked at me. Just saying jail. I can't wait until we do our bare naked ladies episode make it. Make it bare naked. But the sad thing is the only other line to that song, I know is Chinese chicken ticket to the Chinese chicken. In your brand taken that line. That's the one I know watching. X-files LA. I hope that the humans in this one, we're not doing very negative toward, you're getting frantic tantric. Well, aren't you guys the bees news? But how do we do on that quiz? Lady. Together we could all do one week. Christos the chorus, we fill the rest doesn't even know that you just chickeny China the. And he said that wrong. I knew was has been one since shale looked at me actually been to it has been two. I'm gonna policies. All my voice is right off the bat. I'm not. I want them to be just the way they are. It's going to be. To Elton John's fifty storey mansion. Is it really fifty stories? Sure. I haven't been there recently he was doing an addition the laws. Magin it's fifty stories and covered in feathers. Fifty stories because he collaborated with fifty. Intially bitty baby grand piano mansion. That'd be the safe of his wing. The keys. All right. When you build that I want to go. Whole Miklos tan dance. If you could be a tiny dancer. If I was done some top of 'em, the regular ones, not the peanut wants because the regular ones would be more impressive. David the doorbell love. David, can you get the bloody though David? David. Nights do not answer doors. It's the knighthood handbook, it's in it. Are you? Oh, never mind. I'll get it myself. I'm coming. Let me just put this down. Took long enough. Listen here. I'm John, I'll answer the door. Whatever timeframe, I want to. Oh, right nights don't answer doors. I knew that it's in the handbook, where's David, my husband, I do not know probably plan director or something. Oh, right. Then I've got to run a large package fall out and John. Really? Yes. It's right here. See this box. Well, what is it? It's a rather large parcel, in the shape of a mirror, and it's from the mirror mirror on the wall near maker at apple orchard company while that sounds exciting. I wonder what it could be. I don't know just sign here. Thank you. By the way, has anyone told you? Yeah. The most beautiful blue eyes. Oh, why? Thank you. It's not every day that. I wonder who sent this to me. It's so big. It's a mayor. David. Why are you need help? Hang in this mayor. David. Elton Elton, John. I am a magic mirror hallmark. Hush your talk. I do talk, and I can show you your pests. But what's this out? Let's hang myself on the wall. Let's just move this windy KENDALL thing, he aside, and this rather unrealistic, looking in the genitals of nude man, eating great son, a dinosaur that's really weird, by the way, where did you get that? I would never mind and we need to move this portrait of you and the Queen eating spaghetti Buca the Beppo. Okay. Look good in your mirror. But I can't believe you're talking. I am a magic mirror. Like I said, I can show you your pest. Just read out loud. The words I display on my glass. Oh, let me see what do I want to see? I know. Maher show me mom and dad when I was a little boy. Hold on. Oh, my are you okay MIR? Oh, yes. Yes. Magic gives me into gestion okay? Read the words mirror mirror on the wall. What am I going to choose? I guess that's why they call it the blues. Tom hands could be spent with you laughing, like children, the song that made me a billion. Oh, I see my dad stunt wipe a minimum she'll lean. Just watch. Kind of two white. Dole you to pursue a career music Reggie. But you got as an all your examinations from Redford, you have a great future ahead of you. You should consider becoming a flight Lieutenant in the air force, like myself on maybe banking, baking fun, and everybody likes lollipops, but mom, but that you both have a background in music. That's true. I was a Trump player with Bob Miller band. We played for all the military, so except for the space force dances, mostly because base force doesn't exist. At this time and in space. No one can hear you played taps and I collect it records. It was my record collection is the problem of your new folly of becoming a musician, damn you Elvis, Presley, damn you Bill Haley and his comet shoe. Oh, you got the boy a piano lessons after hearing employees on your mother's piano. Well, he was playing when Aford at wells, the skaters won't spite ear. That's no excuse. I don't care at age eleven that our son won a junior scholarship to the Royal kademi of music. He also won a scholarship to the oil academy of banking. If you tried or maybe making lollipops for banks Reggie. You could be a sucker mak-. I remember that parents, do not want me to go into the music business. It's kind of where I got my love for flamboyant clothes, and looks came from. It was my way to rebel from my restrictive childhood hold on Elton. There is more. Divorce? You'll I can't take that you're such a free spirit. You know what I'm going to marry a local Pinson, aimed Fred Fairbrother? Well, if you're going to remarry, I say, remarry local while he will be carrying and put a step father and Reggie while affectionately referred to Jim as dearth where we will live in flat. Number one, a eight unit apartment building called foam court in Reggie can write songs that will that will launch his career as a rockstar won't ever. Do you do that? I'm going to have some tea, which is the British thing to do. All right. You do that their if there, why don't you tell us what you did to help? Reggie love when you call me turf. Well, I helped Reggie get a job as a weekend panel is set north. Woods hills hotel, he simply built himself as bridge iw, which is weird because his name was Reggie. Anyway. He played the cool stuff by Ray. Charles and such as well as his own songs, then formed a band shortly after then he called blues. Allah g by the day. They were Aaron boys. And by the night, they played gigs at hotel bars. Eventually they back bands. Like the is Li brothers major Lance and Patti LaBelle, and the blue belles. Remember that mic? Can you show me how I choose my name next? Yes. On the sex phone is for blue Allah, Judy Monday is dean, I an IB the focus. My name is long. John, poultry now walk plank. Why do you have any hush puppies? So what you just merged. Two names of your former bandmates together. That's the story. Oh, yes, I guess it wasn't that exciting to look back on, after all, but I did at hooky lease as my middle name, Hercules, Hercules, Hercules at that. Forget, who you're talking to. I am a night after all. Yes. So sorry, stop that, sir. Elton butter. You know could not have done anything without Bernie Taupin did. Benny we go way back all the way back to the beginning of my career. Show me my Bernie. All right. Just say the words Elton mayor mayor on the wall. But, but the Bernie, I'm adjournments. Hey, come here. I cut some the show you what is it miss Williams? Bypass my addition for liberty records. I was very excited when I saw your ad in new musical, express magazine. So did I make it, please? Please. Call me. No. You didn't quite make the cut for what we're looking for at least not yet. But I did want to pass along this envelope poems for you to look over the from a guy named Bernie top it sorry, I could help you with more than that, at the moment. Thanks. We wrote a first song together when we met in nineteen sixty seven it was called Scott crow and it was about farms, and scarecrows and Bernie used the wood. Oh a lot because he liked the word. I can see why it's so useful in so many situations like, oh, I didn't know your dress was on fire or oh I can't make it to dinner tonight because my dresses on fire or even. Oh, I should probably stop talking about by dress being on fire. Do something about it. Also, I really liked what a Tamarine could bring to a song. That thrilling. Great elton. Let's check back in on burning. She would I out and you right in the music tomorrow lyrics, you really just get me. I mean, you took the top bunk, and I took the bottom, which is crazy because I always thought you were a bottom type of guy. But anyways as I was saying, we have a great non sexual love affair. Just two of us. Good night, boys. Just the two of us in your mom boys. Just the two of us and your mum and this really is a tiny flat for all these people. Thank goodness. We're working so hard on getting out of here me writing lyrics and back bedroom. You fitting all my words beautiful melodies in front of an upright piano in another room kind of weird that we can't be in the same room. Right. And things isn't it? But it works for us how we do it. My lyrics your song your song that gives me an idea Elton Elton. That's all right. I'm kind of tied myself. I'll get some sleep now and just write it in the morning over breakfast. I know what he did when he gave me the lyrics, it was stained with coffee, which is weird, because we're British it should have been stained with baked beans, and regret of forefathers. So that whole time was just sort of a stream of consciousness thing. Was it pretty much Bernie would write whatever he felt and I would be I would Jerry rig it into a song. It was working falling. However, we would just spinning wheels plan on other people's records Bernie said that we needed to be performing in America, audit and want to perform in America, but Bernie insisted. Now, we are the savior's rock and roll in America. We went from being nobody's to Brian Wilson for the beach, boys. Hanging out dressing room all dressing room. We won't even come on your girls were a British blokes Baruni. Don't forget about me. John Reno Elton's manager. And I love her. We know John, we know I just didn't want anyone to forget. I'm John's firs gay lover, right? Got it. Lover that's me gig gave rat the bowl. That all happening span of three weeks. It was crazy. I'm writing in my diary at the time. Woke up watched grandstand candle in the win went to London. Bought Rolls, Royce, Ringo Starr came for dinner. It's a miracle. I held it together as long as I did. I you talking about your new love. Let's look at that. I didn't say I was proud moment in my life. I was working so hard that I didn't have too much time to think about it. I was always onto or making a new album all eight of them. Of course, what I did go off the rails that happened like missile as well. I was a real working. We know remember what I just showed you. Well, that was anything but PG team. But I have another PG thirteen life. It's not like after Greg quietly come back to my hotel room only glass of wall milk, and the gideon's bible for company. No one forced me to do drugs, and drink. In fact, more than a few people tried to warn me was how to control it took a family, huge f it to get yourself notice for taking too much cocaine in the music industry, nineteen seventies today. But I was clearly prepared to put the hours him but you had people who cared for you people who were concerned for you. Maybe we should revisit that open read the words on my glass if I'm most. On the wall when I was down. I was your clown. I gave you my heart every redemption has a stud. Damn put myself in rehab again. A soak. Glad you came to visit. This is this has to stop let you have your costumes, and you word blassie's, Andrew crazy hats, but you're cocaine and drinking has to come to an end. Okay. But any you're right. I will stop on one condition. Elton on new what you're going to say. No, you don't Elton. Come on. You know it's a good song on. Let me record the song and I'll give you give up cocaine for good, fine. Thanks, Ernie now, there will be no more. Breaking of anyone's hot sing with me Bernie. Nobody knows it. When I was done. Oh, I was your clone. Dogo Bergamo hot. Okay. Elton. Let's check you out here. Stuck with me. He was relieved and happy when I finally got help it remember that quite happening that way. Right. Talk few liberties. Do things I didn't know you could do you married. A woman in nineteen eighty four her name's not important. What do you mean? Let's take a look read the words out man on the wall, so goodbye yellow brick road, even though I look man. I married, my sound engineer and friend. This is a lovely Indian restaurant took me to Elton. Yes, it is. And busboy is so hot. Are you talking about road? Oh, no. Of course not. I only have blue is for you, darling, marry me. Yes. Of course, we will marry send Mark's Anglican church and Dowling cuss and Sydney Australia. A Lavelle vite silken, lace vetting gown and a gold, hot shaped pendants, featuring sixty tweet diamonds and I will wear the same thing. But nothing and I will give you a baby through as wedding gifts. What are you doing here, just hoping grandbabies since he said, you a Bye-bye sexual Rolling Stone? I was worried. I would never have any grandbabies. I didn't realize you hate it sex. What's talking about your mama's doffed? She thinks you all by by sexual. Yes. Someone who said by sex as and I don't want by fix mom. I told Rolling Stone I was a BI. Actual. That means men and women. Oh, well about Philly, but I, I am relieved that there's a chance for babies, you do know how to make Graham, right? Warriors marriage. And then we got divorced at the time I thought, I've had enough boyfriends, and that's not made me happy. So I'll have a wife that will change. Everything. I loved Vernet. She's a great girl. I really loved her. But, you know, it is one of the things I regret most in my life hurting her. Glad you know her name. Well, she moved to the country. And a lot of peaches and was never seen, again in the public eye. Yes. But let me see happy things now. All right. Read my glass. On the wall. Just of lead in Tommy Rod, Stewart, I wouldn't touch it with a barge pole DEA my offered it to me, and it looked like a big mess. The euro. That could be Chris. This is Pete Townsend Rudd Stuart turned down the role pinball wizard and Tommy, are you? Sure, you're not interested, pay your calling me personally often the role, I would say that would be Chris suicide not to accept I couldn't possibly say, no price. You would have to be an idiot to turn something like that down. Again. You. Well, I do admit that I've spent a significant portion of my of trying to deliberately annoy Rod Stewart that time was completely accidental. No. It was. He's might be a little soul but not all relationships with other singers. Where's tumultuous rods is mine? That's right. You and John Lennon had a pretty strong relationship that Neo say, so him and Yoko made me the godfather to Sean could we take a look at one of our first collaborations just say, the words whatever gets you through the nights? It's all right. It's all right. At least John and I never had a fight all keep filling with this song, but it's not coming up quite right. What are you doing here, just in the neighborhood thought that by song think I could put a piano to that? Sure love it. I don't think I've ever seen. You play before you really are great musician, the way keeping up with the rhythm changes and adding to such a loose track. Thank goodness. I'm not just a pretty face. You know, I can sing too. That's have you lay down some harmonies. Can you play the organ by chance? Yes, but I'm the worst organised. That's all right. It's not like that's going to make a difference. For me on the only be told that hasn't achieved a number one single, I'm in Ringo's had to I mean, he's not even the best Beatle. He's not even the second best careful a Rolls, Royce, and then had dinner with Ringo, not that long ago. Trying to say is it's not really go into matter how well, you organ skills, are it won't make a difference. Imagine only made it to number three on the billboards make good deal. If the song, whatever gets you through the night makes it to number one on the Billboard's, you come and join me on stage at New York's Madison Square Garden at my thanksgiving show. Deal. You know what when whatever gets through the not made it to number one, I gave him a ring to remind him that to his credit, he showed to my concert, and sang on stage with me. That was pretty awesome of him. Bad ended up being the last live performance John Lennon did before he was killed speaking performances that killed didn't UNM do a song together. We did that was kind of a controversial twists as it was. Assumed he was homophobic. Well, you do know what to do read those magic words, I can see what's happening and they don't have a clue. I'm an Emma's misunderstood and is really feeling blue. I keep getting attacked by the media for my Lear. It's being homophobic, what am I going to do? I'm not homophobic, personally. Just my lyrics are now Daito is sick and can't perform my song. Stan, what me at the two thousand one Grammys the sucks? I know what I'll do alibi. Jonah sing stand with me. Instead, then maybe afterwards, we can pick up some how women I would love to perform with yet two thousand one Grammys, but I can't pick up women with you on gay. What you're gay. Boobs. Benny and the jets now. No, it's electric boats boots boots, not boobs. Well, let your are totally bad as I don't care what your sexuality is. So will you do this on me? I got your back side. Just joking. I Gotcha back. I don't think you're homophobic. I'm not in fact for your wedding. I'm going to get you. And your husband to diamond encrusted, cock rings on a velvet cushion. Thanks. I've done some crazy stuff, but never diamond encrusted Cochran. Crazy. You really hope show that embracing diversity of all people, regardless of sexual orientation, is the right thing to do. I just find it funny that the bloke didn't know I was gay. You know it's not funny diamond encrusted, cock rings. Can you say out? She on my Willie. I feel that was really supposed to be more of a symbolic gesture than a practical gift. I knew that I was just kidding. They've gone on used okay if you say so, so while we're on the subject, what about you and your husband David furnish having kids late in life, oldest Zachary and youngest Elijah? You guys have been through a lot. I was sixty three sixty five respectively. It's hard to play Halsey of sixty three sixty five by the way, back issues, I was more talking about the documentary tantrums TRS the one day filmed during your maiden England who are what about it. Well, it certainly didn't put you in a good light did it, it made. You look like a selfish and out of control. Diva plus the number of outfits in that movie G, you outfit, the whole state of Rhode Island. It Rhode Island was into sparkly pants. Well, lots of people told me how was insane to allow that documentary to be released, but I loved it because it was truthful. There are moments in the film, where I'm completely disgusting and awful. But then I, I was discussing an awful, and there's no reason to pretend otherwise. Well, lots of people told me I was saying to allow that documentary to be released, but I loved it because it was truthful moments in the film, where I'm completely disgusting and awful. But then our I was disgusting awful. And there's no reason to pretend otherwise now by the time the documentary was released you and David had been together for a little bit at new. Yes. For about two years. So I fully trusted him in his vision, although to be honest, I felt that trust from the moment we met at a dinner party in nineteen ninety three. Or maybe it was when we consummated relationship the following night. Well you don't waste time. Do you, when you know you know, I would have married him that night if I could have, but alas couldn't get married. It was illegal in nineteen Ninety-three. And fact, we couldn't even enter legal partnership until two thousand five but December twenty first thousand five the very same day sieve the civil partnership act began to apply. We're one of the first same sex couples in the UK unto civil partnership. And then finally, when gay marriage was legalized in the UK in twenty fourteen we were married, who how that's crazy that you guys had to wait that long in order to get married. Yes, it took less time for me to be knighted than it did for me to get married. Seriously took maybe thirty minutes to an hour. You know is the first openly gay musician to be we could go and see for ourselves. But one, maybe one of those bridge versions, you did earlier, you got it. Just say the words out in that will take us back, and it seems to me, you lived you live like a Campbell in the wind sitting somewhere alone on the bay. Now, the citronella candle will not keep the mosquitos away. We are today. Tonight. For his incredible brilliance substituting, the words goodbye Norma, Jean. Four goodbye rose this remake of the song. No. How well it took you. It's my divine right tonight. Anyone I so too? Except but will be my nightly duties do I have to answer doors. Ever. No. And I don't have to do anything else. I don't have to sit at the roundtable, discussed axes or anything. Strictly for show. Okay. Do I get all more anything? What were you can't if you want, that's up to you extra? Well, that I'm going to get some Almer and I'm going to the hell out of it. I'll be the first night to joust with a federal boa as an God. Use use your ears. We don't joust anymore. You may have two times of c do that. Sort of rubbish there. Yes, I will be John of evil times, great-great-great free. Let's move on. Let's see. Who's on the list? Yes, Anthony Hopkins. See brought a can of beans with you. Thank you mayor for show me, so many things in my past. I've seen some of the best parts of my life, and some of the worst fake we have grown close out in you and I so do I. But wait, there's one thing you haven't shown me, and it's a pretty important part of my life out in, I don't think so. I think I've shown, you everything. No, mere you haven't you haven't shown me the day. You and I met Elton. Elton year right now need for magic words this time cliff gaze into my frame. Miklos day. Mccloy Tony day. U-turn more. What? It sounds like to me close it Tony. Had enough of who's the BAAs today. Ngelo samantha. I think that Queen sounded sexy. Tells your sounds in real. That's why. She's so quiet. She doesn't talk a whole lot anymore. I don't think I could never meet the Queen. There's so many rules when you meet the Queen, I would, I would mess something up and they would yeah. There, there are a lot of things they would everybody pretty much messes it up the clean, just, you know, I don't think anybody's ever actually passed with flying colors on their Queen meetings. I would plant a kiss right on her forehead that would probably get you thrown into jail. Get those guys with the big tall hats. To a Newt to think God for Monty python. When are we doing that? Christner gonna fight over the women. No more British episodes. I know there's one slated doctor, who's coming up on that one out. I can't wait for the money. To sit down to talk this time I could play Terry Gillam. Hey, go. What do you think Terry? Okay. On. We're gonna give Chris coconut. Actually have those coconut while I'm there at my mom's, but I have money python coconuts. Yes, I do their carved out and tied together with a husky of a coconut. You know we did a race. I the medieval race. And she looked at me and said, you're not getting coconuts for the race because I wanted to run this ten mile race with just running behind every. Do you want to tell the story where everybody met, John Cleese, and Eric idle? But, you know. This story has been talked about on the show about once or twice. Well, let's hear what you guys had to say about Elton John on Facebook KiKi Joyce, yellow brick road was the my first eight track. Yes, I said, eight track doored every song on it played it so much finally got eaten up by the stereo Elton. John is a prolific and consummate talent rocket man. Indeed, eight like the number of records. Not eight records, but eight track one of the worst forms of media ever produced. If you wanted to hear the song, again, you had to drive around. Plate again unless you get really good at folding paper and putting it in their skip. Or sometimes the song started on one track. When? Waited a couple of seconds and then started again on the second track. That was my favorite when they split the songs like that David said. So, yes, I am a fan since my first concert of his July fourth at the Foxboro stadium. Nineteen seventy six bicentennial Elton flying into the sold-out stadium in a helicopter. It was shit. Florida hot. I was sixteen and my mom didn't want me to go. But to seniors invited me I was a sophomore. I believe the British fan Slade opened up along with a few other acts road road away turn turn. Sorry that was slate doco. Breaking my heart was number one, and he was a hottest thing since the Beatles. He came up from the floor addresses a silver statue of liberty torch and all, and we were off. He was like this other worldly creature, then a God to me in a mystery over the many years, fifty sixty concerts stock him at hotels. Finally meeting him in person. I realized he was just like everyone else with all our insecurities, and when he came out as gay, I realized it was even more like me. These days have grown tired of the hits and don't go to concerts, unless it's a special one or he is promoting new material. A love his new stuff. Now, more than the classics and I also listen to have weekly on the beats one rocket our where he introduces me to new artists, and at seventy two is a disease is evident is more energy and more projects to Broadway bound shows. Coming out new album in the works the rocket man movie he co produced with this husband and a three year will tour. So, yes, I think it's going to be a long, long time before this rocket man, retires. So Dave, it's not a fan, not on, but you're also a fan Lor favorites. I'm not as in depth as David as a fan. But I do like his music, David actually was telling me that he's been in touch with some of the people that were in the script like the Ray guy. I think he said, and, and some other people so these huge fan Elton's okay for me. I don't turn them off the radio. But I don't have any one of his eight albums. I just wanted to compilations all eight of them. I wonder if The Lion King councils solo. No, because other people saying on it does, but he did all stove needed all the music. But I couldn't be solo because knowledge on. I don't know her real name, Nala, and Simba. That Matthew Broderick. So to Simba wasn't. Yeah. Thomas. A younger one, but Matthew Nathan lane also sung on the Elbe them. Right. I can hear what's happening. What new don't have a clue. Trio's down to to. All right. He was a young more hard. Very nice. Thanks. All right. Save it for the lion. King. Assode really done. I feel like fitting, he didn't sing any of that. That's what I'm saying. That's why solo album. Okay. Point taken. First call. I know and anything to say on L John not really fan. I was wondering, J, L could really need a bedtime story. And. Read it to me in a voice. So. There's a request for you. I'm in. The cat and he asked for the cat in hat. How is? The cat was like. Pop. Right. Agreed as that head. You know. Redford's bluefish to sure. Go. One fish two fish is not sure that's one of the longest one. Not if you know you start Dr Seuss, and he's my favorite author, by the way you start him. And you think it's going to be a short book, because it looks like there's only one sentence on each page, but the hundred and fifty of page and you realize it's a long book jute jot. Gac spac. He was doing smack. Loan doing cat in the hat would do way better than the Mike Myers cat in the hat. Boy, that's not to do. I really enjoy that one. Shrek as cat. It was great. Well, why don't we do our fishbowl fix than fax? Now you can start us off floors since your nearest the fishbowl. Worried that makes me. Every. New bed about. I think the Queen needs to make appearances. All right. Rod Stewart, Freddie Mercury and Elton. John wanted to start a supergroup called knows teeth and hair a tribute to each of our most Mark Doba remarks upon physical attributes I wanted to read that one. You told me to go first Elton became the first. Rock x four behind the iron Gooden. Toby of eight shows, like is our rooms. Which is now Saint Peter's bird school in me, Mateen, seventy nine. He sounds like a muppet. Or is? Yes, he's a muppet of my. Elton john. David Bowie's friendship had a falling out after Bowie referred to him as rock and roll, token Queen, and a Rolling Stone interview, John released four albums in one year or L. That's happened career. Those albums were tumbleweed connection, friends, the live album seventeen eleven seventy and madman across the water between October nineteen seventy in November, nineteen seventy-one. Let's just say originally, had six written. We were doing it by the year. So John his name, most of his Panos after female singers, including instruments, named for Retha Franklin Nina, Simone and Diana Krall lifelong, sucker fan, John became president and later, chairman of the Waterford football club in his hometown. During the height of his success in the nineteen seventies and again sporadically throughout the nineteen nineties. I read that like Pete Townsend. John is accepted fees in excess of one million dollars to be the performer at weddings and two thousand ten John performed for radio talk show host rush Limbaugh's reception, the money earned for these types of events are donated to the Elton John aids foundation. The performers charity devoted to funding and researching treatment for the disease the they're getting close to having a carefree. Yeah, the cared it, but it's not. The long-term. Yeah. One person so far has been cured. They're still doing more tests, make shirts. Yeah, that's pretty. That's pretty awesome. But if I remember reading right it wasn't like it was like a hard, cure, the need. I think they still need to perfect the cure, but they did it. But it wasn't just popping a pill. And there was a lot that led up to that. But he is currently testing negative for aids. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. My turn. Yes, let's you want to talk about aids. No. I'm good. I'm good was an interesting Tibbett put in there. Finding a cure for aids. And hopefully somebody going back, one day listening to this episode and in the future be like. Cured that like ten years ago? So, yeah. Yeah. Thank god. We're still relevant in ten years. Will be. I'm so glad the magic mirror on the wall told me that. Your song was first released by American rock band. Three dog night in March nineteen seventy on their third studio album. It ain't easy. John was an opening act for the band at the time and allow them to record it. They did not release it as a single as they wanted to, to let John upcoming artists have go with it. Cool. We listen to it. It's, it's different put the same. Yeah, yeah, it's really weird. Like they didn't put any different twist on it. Or else is still a bit better? But it's very close. The two versions are super close this very big piece of paper. I have for the last fishbowl fat. Now I'll read it. I don't like a lot of words though, so I don't appreciate this and it's a good thing. You're on a scripted. I hear eating Dr Seuss's my favorite author. All one hundred fifty pages of hop on pop. Helen was authored the lead and Harold and Maude in nineteen seventy one. But it was on a very big piece of paper. The full you. Hard. I never saw Dustin Hoffman and do know who knew very popular got a call following. It's got a cold because it's about an older woman younger man. Get Dustin Hoffman played Maud. Yes, but court. Yeah. Actually think that could have been Elton John. Let's, let's revisit the spear. All right. So so long ago since we said the title, what is the spirit it is twisted strawberry fest from Tampa Bay brewing company. It's a fruited ale who wants to go. I I'll go first. Is not. Harmful. It is not. Anything that is crazy. Good. But it's not bad canditates, like a jolly rancher that has set a glass of water and his kind of lost its flavor. I will give it a three because it has no aftertaste, which is always important to me, but it's not super strong on the strawberry or key lime either. Like I said, it's harmless, it's, it's not bad. But it's not doesn't really have stand out flavor either, so three for me to bring. Yeah, it's getting a six because I could I those would be gone real fast. Because there's no like the Afridis for me. Wasn't it? It was like nothing really. I mean there wasn't a whole lot of flavor but it goes down. Really for me. Hey. So for me it would be a six. But if I was going for a bureau ale for like quality, it'd probably be like a four. But for drink ability, I mean I'd be done with six and then I'd be like, all right. What else is? I went down pretty smooth. But it's as far as flavor goes, it's, it's not real strong. Like Chris said, it's not. You get a little bit of strawberry. I didn't really catch a whole lot of lime on there. But I drink it, I'm by it. I'd consume it all day long right, Lor. Mine by it. But if it was given to me, I could drink it. Yeah, it's not really a strong flavor of anything. Not even not even a beer, strong flavor new do get flight, hints of strawberry. I wouldn't even go to the extreme of a watered-down jolly richer. It's less than that. I was creating visual I understand. But like it's still too strong visual. Maybe you smell the strawberry while drinking water like. And you're like maybe there's strawberry and this now it's sitting on the table because it didn't make it in my drink. But I lead, I would I would rate it a four because I could drink it. I wouldn't go crazy and down six of Mike Sabrina. Pretty crazy, like I could drink for these of it was the drink of choice in the room. So, yeah. It's pretty harmless. I didn't need to chase it with highly the official beer podcast forty two. I also did not even need a case it with my sweet tea, the official drink of Laura. It was pretty harmless. Like you just drink it, and you don't need anything 'cause there's no flavor. All right. Bear master the first sip a thousand little rough. Because all I got was like a sour taste at the end. But after a while you get a little I like the little strawberry sweetness at the beginning, and then the sour kicks in so I think it's good. It's very smooth. I think the first sip actually caught me by surprise. I was expecting a little something a little more. But drink ability, wise, very smooth can easily down six of them like Sabrina side. But flavor wise I got rated a four because it just it was good. But I'd like more from the flavor isn't say, we could split three four packs, could split three four packs. Yeah, she's takes eight. I'm taking. I mean I'll. Okay. I'm gonna go get myself a four packs of brings getting the rest because, you know, she's still going to be thirsty after those six. But I give it a for. It's good. I just think it needs a little something more. I don't know if it needs more of the strawberry or needs more of the lime. It's, it's just nice so you get the sweetness and the sour at the end, but no aftertaste. It almost needs more beer flavor. It might actually something more beer flavor to it. It was surprisingly lack of beer flavor, but still very good beer. Well, the AB ever. No, it's, it's not on here looking for. I've been looking for this entire time. And. One hundred percent. Yeah. What does he drink those six? Done. It was candid in February of this year, though, fresh water downstream now. It's not even watered-down strawberries, strawberry sitting on the table. You drink water leak you smell it from a distance. Yeah. It's a ripe strawberry sitting on the table. Strawberries. 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How To Save Your Community When The Government Fails

Worst Year Ever

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How To Save Your Community When The Government Fails

"Tuman Bay is week. We need to read them the epic fiction podcast Tuman Bay returns. We met before. Oh yes you have no choice detestably done. What are you done? Listen on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or you get your podcasts. Welcome to worst year ever a production of iheartradio back to the worst year. Ever the most aptly named podcast as we all sit in warranty and watching the economy spirals around the grain in government openly discussed. How many of US dying is worth maintaining economic productivity? It's a cool year in a good one and I'm Robert Evans. And my co hosts are of course. Katie stole feeling. Good feeling fine. And Cody Johnston and same and to help us through this period of incipient madness We have a special guest on the podcast today. A veteran activist and community organizer Mr Scott Crow Scott. How are you doing today? Good under house arrest feeling great. It's not arrest it's similar but we minus minus the ankle monitor exactly. Yeah now Scott You were. One of the founders of an organization called the common ground collective And I wonder if you would kind of a and this was this was a mutual aid organization with the Motto Solidarity Not Charity That opened up in New Orleans in the immediate wake of Hurricane Katrina when the city was still very much a disaster area and it was filled with armed Blackwater guards and national guardsmen and Very restrained and responsible police officers who did not exercise their power in any way and yell provided a variety of really incredible services including like medical care home visits for people the distribution of food. A whole bunch of stuff. I wondered if you talk. The focus of this episode is the kind of provide a guide for people to creating their own mutual aid and solidarity. Networks you know if you live in an area where there's nothing Nothing set up yet for you to To help your community to help the people around you You're someone who has some experience. Starting organizations and So we want to pick your brain on that but I think I would want to go over some history and talk about the common ground clinic so I wonder if you kinda might lead us in there but how that started how that got formed. Initially well starts way back in the eighteen hundred. No no because I was in. Dia September eleventh. Two thousand one. And I that we were. We were gathering a bunch of anarchists. Because we were going to bring two hundred thousand people to the city over the next five days to begin organizing and So we arrived early to get to get ready for things and then of course everything happened and what I saw. There was an abysmal response from activists communities and The people even anarchist around me and that really gave me a question of like. What would we want to do if if the state loses power truly And so I had time to stew on that for the next four years and then we had The major major disaster Katrina happened. The Hurricane Katrina came ashore in late August through September of two thousand five and so by that time had already been thinking about. What would we do what we WANNA do as anarchists? What we WANNA do that's laboratory. What did we want to do is people who care about other people who are not around us and so when when I went when I rushed headlong into the to the disaster the second day after the disaster it was really in a in a Without any large plans yet except for to find a friend of ours and try to bring him back and is managing Robert King who had been a lifelong political prisoner. Had done thirty. Two years in solitary confinement he'd been free but even lived in New Orleans so we wanted to go find him and what I saw there was. I saw that the state had lost power but I also saw that people were dying left and right and they needed that. More than just are keen. They needed they needed. They needed everything. Because the communities like New Orleans and the Gulf coast that you know they they are also poor communities often and they were already under the long histories of disasters before this storm had come in and and the response to the storm and so I started. Say we need to do this things? We need to do two things dual power. We need to create and build infrastructure healthcare education Basic things for civil society but at the same time resist oppression that was happening to the communities there so the police were out of control. As you mentioned and that's really true. True this is far before Blackwater even arrived and so are the white the white minority of the population there and they formed these white militias in in two neighborhoods one in the Algiers. Point neighborhood which has literally maybe a hundred white people an population of like thirty thousand. There are a few blocks and they arm themselves and had the most hateful signs up and they started doing patrols and then on the other side was on the French quarter that had another white militia there and so we started out doing resistance work just immediate disaster things trying to do search and rescue trying to do these things but I was thinking this whole time. What would what would people? What would others have done in these situations? I looked at the Spanish anarchist in the thirties? Because I consider disastrous ecological economical political and war. Those are all forms of disaster. You can call it crisis you can call them whatever. It doesn't matter but they're disasters to to the people in them into the the environments and so I was asking myself what would the Spanish anarchist? Who in the thirties when when fascism really kicked in and I asked myself like well what did the Black Panther Party do The head survival programs pending revolution. So they weren't just about taking up guns known panthers much of My Life. Twenty thirty years of political organizing at known a Lotta panels and talk to him about the survival programs which is feed people to give them. Education sickle cell testing To do all these things you would consider to be service work or Just meeting the basic needs so that people can get a leg up and then they can get strong and go on to do what they WANNA do. And to make their lives meaningful and then and I was like but as anarchists. How do I WANNA do this? We're not we don't WANNA do. I don't want to form an organization that is like top down and we begin to tell things. So how do we build this with the communities and I looked to Zaptatista in Mexico and to see what they had been doing for the last twenty five years before Katrina came ashore? And so we started to do the same thing which to lead by asking so we went into the communities and started asking these people. What is it that you need? How can we help you? So some people needed arm defense against the police armed defense against the white militias some needed medical attention and some needed educational things. They needed their kids. We're not going to school because the schools weren't gonNA open and this. This is all happening in real time. And people are flooding in and we begin to tell these stories and we begin to ask for more and more people to come and we built on the networks that anarchists had already built across the United States and actually internationally but definitely in the United States at that point whereas there's street medics who had been doing you know like if you went to a protest and we're getting pepper sprayed stuff. They would deal with people like you know they would help you to to to deal with your ailments or whatever so the street medic networks were all over the United States. We've BEEN BUILDING FOR TWENTY YEARS. And then there's there was like legal teams and like all these different like decentralized food not bombs Another network that feeds homeless people are feeds people. Anybody who wants food? They provide access to food. And all of these little things that had been kind of these networks that had kind of been on their own and we began to draw on those networks to call them in and say. Hey Man bring your. If you've got access to resources bring the fucking things in. Let's do this and so that's how we wanted to. But we didn't want to be just a service organization. There was always liber Tori framework to which is to create liberation for the communities that we are serving on their own terms. Even if I didn't want to be in that community it wasn't my decision to make by wanted to make sure that they got their meets their needs met. So that led us to starting a I. A first aid distribution clinics and street. Medics showed up and some few food not bombs and they were willing to Start up the first aid station and then we said well. Let's build a clinic. Could the and then the question was? Could a clinic become a hospital? Could we begin to build up from these infrastructures? So Food Not Bombs. They begin to feed people. Can we get a permanent place where it can be able to feed lots and lots of people who are not going to be have access to food for a longtime legal teams because people are being evicted? Can we get legal legal people to do things? So this is all simultaneously so unlike most NGOs or nonprofits or the way. The government acts we. We were able to be very nimble and very small but have amazing amount of resources. Come in in a very short amount of time and be able to do with them what we want because we this is the one laboratory piece. We didn't want to listen to what the government was saying. I'm not saying like the CDC but I'm talking about law and order stuff. That's all they were interested in trying to restore but we wanted to break the law for the higher moral law of trying to help people follow the ethics of what we were going to do to do it safely as we can. All these all these things indymedia that would have been a network of media before the rise. Corporate social media was a huge network. We're able to you get people in to tell our stories with our voices get people in those neighborhoods to tell their stories with their voices and we just kept using it and building him and we didn't just build one clinic we built seven clinics. We built we had mobile clinics. We worked with indigenous communities. Help them build their own. We we took. We did search and rescue to communities along the Gulf coast that we were the first people to go into the fishing villages these Vietnamese and an indigenous communities that we were the first people to go in now because we are great saviors because we were interested and we could do it and we were willing to put their lives on the line to do these kinds of Great Perot. Ix It's just people just people doing what they think they should do. And so from that and people started to come and common ground started out with three people and ended up having about thirty thousand people. I think come through the first year and during that time we we were we try to use consensus and and use these containers that we had to to be liber. Tori inside. We're also being laboratory outside and so some of the work that we ended UP DOING CLEANING UP DEAD DOGS CLEANING UP HOUSES. You know gutting houses rebuilding houses. I mean we did everything that you would wanNA do in civil society to help rebuild it from the beginning to the end and it was uneven and it was erratic and it was difficult but it was. It opened this this crack in history that just does apetit to say we opened this crack in history. And say hey. Could we open this up and do this more because everybody could see the failure of the government but there was more to do than just protest against it we we knew because it was immediate because people were dying or almost dying are there in great care needs so we we needed to do that and so that was kind of how common ground team together and all of it wasn't my fucking idea. I mean I'm not that fucking smart and but There was a lot but I but I started to come up with this container of ideas of these networks and then started because of decades of experience with these people started to call them in and Maliki regime the one of the cofounders a former panther in New Orleans up for Panther leader in New Orleans. He called his networks. And so you had all these different political tendencies working together under the Common Laboratory framework. Now I could tell you all kinds of problems that had we're not about to discuss that. But that's but that's where we started from and so we wanted to build on one hand and resist exploitation and oppression on the other hand. The police were not going to kill people. The white militias were not gonNA kill people. We're going to stop them from doing that. We were not gonNA let Profiteers tried to exploit people. We're not GONNA we were. You know we weren't GonNa let corporations exploit people you know. There's all this resistance stuff but we're building at the same time community gardens. Food Security Individual Gardens Trying to get food to people free schools. I mean the list is very long. I wasn't even actually prepared to talk about the list. That list is long of things that that comrade volunteers brought and yeah. That's a great overview of it. I think thank you for kind of summing that up and I I think it's amazing to me about the common ground clinic. Whenever I read about it is is the scale that this grew from as you said like three folks to something that was literally providing care to tens of thousands of people which is like normally the kind of effort that we associate that a lot of people would say associate with kind of a state organization as opposed to something that's volunteer and activist based in if I could say though it was because because of the nobody expected it to happen. Nobody and the government response was so abysmal. But there's government response is always abysmal. Right we always know that because it's large bureaucracies. The same goes up. So what happened. Is that once? We got a little foothold. Even though we started out with fifty dollars like money started to flow in and supplies to us because people were already sick of the Red Cross within the first days and weeks. So we're able to get access to resources to be able to do this. Which doesn't happen under normal circumstances so we raised three million dollars in the first two years. I mean that never happens. I mean we we. We're keeping the money in a shoebox largely you know like I mean like but but the but there's nobody who's profiting from it. Nobody was getting paid to this. It was but we were you know but we rate but those were a phenomenal resources that the group's scrappy groups like this don't normally get. Yeah and I think we'll want to talk about fundraising a little bit. But I I think kind of where I wanNA start is from the perspective of you know we've been trying to push people towards mutual aid opportunities. I think there's this kind of a massive. I've never seen anything like at a national sort of Mutual aid is like a mainstream topic of discussion right now in a way that it. It really hasn't been a since I can recall And we've been trying to push that on our show we've gotten a lot of folks who've gotten involved with things but also a lot of folks who've been like. Hey I'm looking at the different lists. People are passing around. There's nothing currently going on in my area. Maybe I live in a rural area or I live in a city. That doesn't have a lot of that going on. And what can I do? And so part of why we I mean the big part of why we brought you on today is is you have some experience starting something from the ground up and I. I guess that's kind of where I wanNA. I WANNA kick off with this. Next part of this is if somebody has an idea for how to help. What is your advice for? Starting to build an organization with which to to provide that aid will hang on. Let's let's take up just a second because there's a few. There's a fundamental foundation that needs to be here And and that's not about just how you organize. The logistics of organizing is the easy part. Relatively you know like but there's a few things one that you have to recognize. The government is going to fail at every. Turn there just too. It's too big of a behemoth and whether it's intentional or not or a all that stuff just recognize that. The government government is not one big entity. It's multiple agencies more bureaucracy. I was really really important to make more sitting here waiting for the news to the pipeline of what aid package is. GonNa be passed and how it's going to me personally and depend on that. But she's assume that you could. You'RE NOT GONNA get a little bit held help less in any leading Liz. I guess let what I'm saying. I think that's an important for people to keep in mind as we sort of look at watch. The national debate occur over the The package eventually put together by the government debate over what it will be how much money folks will get and I think kind of what you're getting at Scott is that regardless of what winds up pushing through. It's not going to be enough And there's GonNa be then yes in the same with giant NGOs to just recognize this in nonprofits to and many of them will make money on this Red Cross is going to make billions on this agai- so it would be important to know that government response will always be slow. It will always be bureaucratic. It will always be uneven and most people will be left out of it at some. And so that's just a fundamental said even like trying to down knock the government down or anything that's just the reality of it that's the that is the reality of it and once you're on that then you don't have to worry about it anymore. Whatever like you said whatever comes in great when that happens later but right now we gotta take care of things right so the second thing I think is really important is to not give into fear this is these are found date things because fear makes us all make bad decisions and when we make bad decisions we begin to do things that are really stupid and Fear is the biggest motivator for people to do stupid things like buy Toilet Paper Ryan and and I think it's humorous that they do that but it's just because people are afraid and they wanna do something some trying to be a little more kind to him and sip not that people were trying to sell it and make money on it and those guys but but the people who are genuinely like I need to do something I'm like wiping. Your Bud is the biggest thing but you know it's got to do something so but just recognize that fear. I'm not saying don't be scared because I'm terrified often. I I was terrified and Katrina. I didn't WANNA be there. I didn't want to do those things I wasn't some on some fucking hero quest. I was just trying to do the best I could do in there just like everybody else was in. So and and this is where fear gets really important. Is that when you in times like this? Misinformation spreads really easily and far deeper and far more wide than you think it does from your friends and your family. You're going to get texts that you like. They're shutting this down there locking that down. This thing's happening. It's ninety percent of it is the telephone game. That's not true and a case in point that just happened in my own life was that I got a text from New Mexico where I'm headed tomorrow and they're like the whole states be locked down. I'm like it's one of the poorest states in the United States and they're not going to be on lockdown because there's nobody locked down there's no there is no military. There's no there's no police system to lock it. Down into Disneyland makes sense but all my friends. They're believed it because they all got the text the same text from the same person that was a telephone text and it turns out through at all. It was not true. It's just like not even true so so it's really important as at an end because we're fighting the media corporate media war but with but that's very where where this one side of it just wants to make money on this and the other side wants to push their agenda so there's a hard assess out misinformation these are just foundations and it may be boring. But you've gotta fuck and think about it. You gotTa have critical thinking as the ground shifts underneath. There's an shifts. It's vital it's vital. I think that we all have to. I've been trying to sit with my fear and my feelings of panic and to like process that metabolism a bit like deal with it. Ask Me what I asked myself bigger questions of where it's coming from so that I'm not spreading that to other people but also all of us serve a vital role in keeping each other informed and we need to be very very very cautious about what it is that we share with people. If somebody asks me about something like I've been getting a lot of questions are are the military. Is the military going to be rolling through the streets? And you're like that is not a question that does not a thing that we're dealing with right now. The Edo calling in the National Guard does not mean that you know like. Do we think there's a reality where that happen someday. I can't really speak to that but what I'm telling you right now what's happening. You know what I mean. It's just like instead of letting our fear because then that send somebody will take that and turn it into something else when they talk about it to their parents so absolutely absolutely. I agree a hundred percent. 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We'll get together and then figure out what what the community needs are and ask people. I mean people will tell you that's all it seems like magic but all you gotta do is ask and because then you'll get a list that you never thought of after Katrina. We just went to. We gathered up the first twenty people in the community that we got together. And said what do you need? And you know what they said. Take out the trash. Can you get the rotting stinky? The garbage that nobody's picking up. Can you take it away and I was like. That's it you know like I was like all right. We can do that. So that's how we started. And then we're like what's next and will this lady needs to be checked in on because she doesn't have her diabetes medicine and we're like okay. We'll make sure that we get some of that to her. We can you know things like that would just just started and that and we just but if you think about approaching this from a liberty perspective because you're not just trying to fill in the gaps. Were the government's failing you actually want to. You actually want to see if you can create autonomy for a future when something the next disaster happens or the next crisis happens right because what you what you when you building. Mutual aid is a challenge to the dominant narratives at one and so far until Obama tweeted at the other day. That was super weird. Like Obama and mutually those are weird words together But like you said Robert. Getting it's got to be mainstream and so but but mainstreaming ideas also makes them lose their laboratory potential so and so in starting up. Make sure you're not doubling up on stuff. That people are already doing that is not needed. Also don't make sure it's not about just stockpiling things because that's not always needed. There's different stages of disasters. There's different kinds of disasters There's different kinds of crisis. And every one of them is not one size fits all they have. There's a framing of the ideas and there's a framing of the the way the mechanics work and they used to pick the things that actually worked for that for your needs at that moment but we start with those questions and then I think you just start doing it so if it's just if it's starting to feed people you start that way but again if you wanNA use liber Tori liberty framework. You have dual power every time you're creating but you're also resisting. So if people are gonNA lose their homes because of You might do rent strikes but at the same time you WanNa make sure that people have safe housing these that would be dual power at the same time free schools if kids are able to go to school and you know you can gather to to to have have school. I'm not saying in this particular crisis at the moment but just in general you start a school while you're cleaning out the school to get it ready so the kids can go back to their school. Those are dual power kinds of things. But you're thinking about all the time every actions that we take doing it. Not just for yourself. You're doing it for those around you even if you don't know them. The vulnerable wins whatever. The vulnerability is whether it's age class. Race Immigration Status Immunosuppression. Whatever that whatever it is you just have to find which of those things and begin to work from that and then after that the mechanics of it is really easy especially right now because we're in such a mild disaster right like I mean at this moment we're not even near collapse you know and so it's so you can go to the store to buy toilet paper you can get so you can buy these things you can make food. All the stuff is still functioning in most places so it's real simple things. If you want to start doing the larger things you have to be willing like if you want to start clinics and if you want to do do things the other laboratory pieces to break the law. You have to recognize that you're willing to break the law for the higher moral law and are you willing to do that and these are very serious questions. You have to ask yourself. They make it very difficult. Every clinic that we opened we were breaking the law to to open a clinic every time food. Not Bombs to push the barricade out of the way climbed onto the barricade in the middle of the nights to feed people. They were willing to break the law under martial law real much not undercounted under shelter and home martial law with fucking full on military and everything and so you have to be willing to face that the other thing is that every if you everything you do and and everything that that you want to take on and doing all these things you have to ask yourself. Are you going to work with the government or government agencies and NGOs to do it? Are you going to try to do it yourself? And I think there's going to be hybridization of that within that because all NGOs aren't Shitty shitty because they're big they're not they're not necessarily shitty. I mean One of the first One of the first organizations united way which I fucking hate them gave us ten thousand dollars within days of of of Katrina. That's unprecedented and they told with. No strings attached. Just do what you need to do with the money because we can see what you're doing so that wasn't just me. They didn't go to me but to the organization do so so but these things are a lot more difficult to plug in like. You said you've been promoting all of these These different mutual aid networks. Ask Them for the resources of what to do they have how to manuals mutilate disaster relief the grew out of common ground and occupy and all these other things that they have they actually have how to guides and they're not the only ones but they have them on actual practicalities of but it's not as hard as you think it is if you start doing it because then you to see the need. There's a couple of really important point. She making their that. I WanNa hit on a little bit more. One of them is when you talk about a laboratory framework and I I think that What I'm like what you're talking about if I'm not mistaken is this idea that You should not just be providing immediate aid to people you should be kind of liberating them from their dependence on the system and from their dependence on like from the vulnerability that they're feeling in that moment in a long a longer term way so you're not just handing someone foods that they have a meal you're trying to provide them with long-term ways to meet those needs to where they're not just sort of waiting for it to be handed to them or or like like it's this idea of right now. I think people feel. There's a huge amount of helplessness. That people are feeling right now because they're just kind of waiting for the federal government to step in and do something and they don't know if they're going to be able to stay in their homes and a piece of laboratory activism is like. Okay what if we make it so that what? What if we take action to make sure that they will have a roof over their head like activists in Los Angeles are doing right now? Occupying state owned homes opening them up furnishing them and putting people inside them. And saying. We're not GONNA wait to make sure. The government is keeping people in their houses. We're GONNA provide houses and we have to break the law to do that. Because it's the brake blocks to crack our way into these buildings. We gotta use our bolt cutters. So I think that's that's an important thing and the other thing you've brought up. Yeah the other thing you brought up. It's really spent a lot of time in war zones And one thing. I have noticed over those trips in Iraq and Syria and Ukraine. Is that almost? No One. Has Anything Nice to say for the large international aid organizations who actually lives in those areas? The Red Cross the United Nations these these big organizations like the NGOs. Like if you WANNA hear NGOs get talked more than anywhere else in the world. Go to a refugee camp or go to a city. That's yeah they are and they talk about how these people like. Roll up and big fancy up armored suburbans and how they stay in hotels and eating is food and it's the only aid organization that I have ever come across in my travels that one hundred percent of the people in the affected areas had nothing like had purely positive things to talk about. Is THE FREE BURMA RANGERS? Because it's there. There are medical collective they are small. Nimble Group and they roll into an area and ask. What do you need? We know how to provide medical care. These are capabilities. What do you need? How can we meet them? And they do it And I've never heard anyone in the in the areas where they were working have anything to save for them but like I'm grateful they were there. They saved my life. My cousins live such and such And yes that that really hits home for me. This idea that you should be proactive. About figuring out what people need as opposed to like trying to sit at home and be like what can I provide will go out and ask people what's necessary And then try to build a framework for providing it and I guess the next thing I'd Kinda like to ask you about is so common. Ground expanded very rapidly to fulfill a wide variety of additional niches. Beyond sort of its its its initial the initial motivations behind its founding. And I kind of am wondering what advice you have for people In when it comes to expanding and when it comes to to working with larger groups of people in sort of the different pitfalls that can come up because the more folks that get involved the more money that gets involved the more problems you're gonNA have like right. That's one of the great pieces of lear. More money more problems. Yeah let's talk about dealing with that people internally stole money from us like crazy. People stole tools from us like crazy by twenty five thousand dollars worth of tools and people internally would steal them so it was a mess. I mean it was a it was I often describe it as a beautiful train wreck internally I mean that's the truth of it because we didn't build we didn't build it from before so there's no relationships except for the few of us at the very core of it at the very beginning other than that it was just whoever came in or they were more. They were more distant as they were coming in. And so people brought in all their assumptions. They brought in all their privilege. They brought in all of these things to and it's definitely difficult to mitigate we even We've heard this nonprofit Do anti-racist trainings for us every week. A local group of This group that started the whole anti-racist movement in the United States as far as like doing trainings nineteen seventies and You know we always ran into conflict with people who didn't want to go to the trainings. Are wanted wanted to do those things. But even there largely white largely middle class largely young and they were also working in communities fully outside of their dad ever ever been in before some of the poorest in the United States some of the most marginalized in the whole in the whole country. And so I so it's always difficult. There is no magic panacea in that. In fact my book is full of heartbreak about that but one thing is that that. I definitely want to be That I would take out of that is that I don't want I'm not an activist. I don't consider myself an activist. I I want liberation. I don't WanNa fucking make things just a little bit better. I WanNa alleviate suffering win where can right and so I think a lot of activists mentality came in where became identity politics. would rule or energis politics or whatever or communist politics that would be kind of become the the rule are they would try to have factionalism within the within the organization was so loose. It was like a network we actually just provided a K- kind of container of all these things and got resources to them and got people on the project's inception there was no. There's no central coordination. We tried but it was like you know thirty people coordinating come and go and we tried to do this in real time. While we're sick you know like mad. Staph infections fucking bronchial things and fucking so much stress and so much trauma. We were trying to do this so it was difficult so if if I was going to just cut all of that off at the at before it happened I would start organizing now not under the crisis that we're in but start organizing now for the future disasters that are going to happen because climate change is real wars real political. I mean we're in a political disaster at the moment As far as governments go in the United States and so These you know like start building now for those futures you know what is it. You and your neighbors can do to build resilience now Like I went. I went and spoke at a food. Co-op in in San Francisco to deal with earthquakes about six or seven years ago. And you know like they're trying to figure out how to work with their neighbors like how they killed mutual-aid with their neighbors actually and I thought that was a pretty good thing to think like food security not only emptying their shelves at some point or providing shelter which is with cope would do but what else could they. What else could they provide their neighbors for now? Like food security is there. Is there a way that they could do community gardens? They can do individual gardens in this. This is you know this is downtown San Francisco but but I'm saying like their ideas that were floating around. How would they have even be able to communicate? There's really four. Basic things is communication education Security and Food food healthcare healthcare. So those are really the four major pieces of civil society. I'd say culture. I throw culture because we need culture to we gotta have music gotTa Have Beauty. We have we have to art. So there's stories that need to be told and there's things that there's beauty that needs to happen so those those five things. If we work unknown you could build anything you want. As long as in my analysis with the literary framework knowing that you're going to build on one hand and resist on the other end and also that you're not just trying to fill in the gaps the government. But if that's all you end up doing that's what you ended up doing. You know for particular crisis. Yeah Katie something you to ask next. Or or cody. I don't this is wonderful and so helpful and useful. I've talked to so many people who have the questions that you've answered Because I think we're all in this sort of situation where Like even talking about where we have this drive to do something. And there's no like there's no sign up sheet. There's no like you mentioned the trash like there's so many people I've talked to. Who are like I would go and just help. People take out the trash. If I knew that that's what I could use my time and effort to do and giving people the tools to find out where they can place themselves is just so useful and yeah and there's just so much like what I'm feeling a lot is A desire to help people but also the depression and on we that comes from not knowing where to start and feeling especially in this specific crisis. You're right when you say this isn't the same kind of crisis we've got access to the two stores we can feed ourselves but I'm not allowed to touch or talk to anyone I'm not allowed to. I mean I can talk like this but I'm not allowed to interact so we're all feeling so isolated and feeling like it feels overwhelming in a way like not knowing what to start and then we can just look at the things that you guys have done. People are doing right now. Mobilizing and building on infrastructures of the had inspiring and it is possible to start. Smaller is in my neighborhood. There's all these signs of some woman. retired woman. I don't know who she is. She says I'm retired. I may you've yeah. She probably would have the time anyway but if she wasn't but she describes herself to make herself seem like a non-threatening and says like if you need anything let me know. I'm building a group of people like I will go and do the deliveries you. Let me know what you need. And we're we're figuring out and that it's so simple I think just in my small community here in my neighborhood of a way to feel take back some of the power that you've lost thrill of this And totally agree and we need that. Because that's what mutually does doesn't it puts it puts us back in the driver seat also puts back in the driver's seat not from a fearful thing of prepping and I've got to get down on my shelter shits gone but like how can we work together on this. Maybe food maybe food security in an immediate disaster not this one but in a meeting disasters like instead of me stockpiling food. I will start. Maybe me and my neighbors all stockpile food together in a house where we worked together on an and. I'm not talking to. I'm talking about my neighbors barely even talked to you know like I'm saying like people that you got to reach outside your own especially those her more vulnerable shut ins and people like that. I think it's really important And Mutual Aid. You know you've talked a lot about it and there's all kinds of and you'll see even that there's official mutual aid you know that has This brand of mutually that comes out of like Emt's paramedics and stuff and their mutual leads a little different but it's But the mutual aid. I'm talking about as always from a laboratory. Approach it challenges the dominant narratives. It also encourages cooperation and autonomy at the same time and that and that gives us the power purchase in the driving seat when we can do that because then it's not like why just bought five hundred rolls of toilet paper for myself. I'm like wow. I actually got some things that are good for a bunch of people and they got things for me and we can. We can ride this out together and there's just a lot to that and you know and the donor early. I saw it and not in a Pollyanna way I watched people with nothing giveaway. Their last resources to other people over and over again Not knowing like water was coming or food was coming. They would give it away. I didn't see that one time or two times or four times. I'm like well now. I saw hundreds of times. And so that will that people will do that. And then you just gotTa and then but also mutilate take making some hard dirty decisions not to let those assholes takeover Who are afraid who walk around with their guns and fucking try to threaten everybody because they are so scared so it involves multiple multiple things with that. Now one of the things that I've been trying to push to people because obviously I've been talking about armed self defense for a while as it sort of result as regards the left and so people started reaching out to me. When the gun by Panik started and and I've been really tried to push people away from picking up. Ar Fifteen AK forty sevens. And if you're going to get a gun. A twenty two is a reasonable choice and it also improves your ability to provide for example meat for your community right like if things get really bad in a future disaster something you could be hunting rabbits squirrel like there's a variety of different small game you can put together and that's a more realistic community self defense scenario for a lot of people than needing to fight off a militia like toilet paper. God I just shot those people per toilet paper man. I feel good about myself and guns written questions about guns and you know I was going to. I would say depending on the scenario Just in the framework depending on the disaster like in the top. Fifteen or twenty things. I don't know if I would even if I would even put guns on that always. It just depends on where you're like in this in this crisis obviously know at this stage no way no way like way more on the same with gold and cigarettes and things that people want to use his commodities. I'm Mad Max life because I don't want any of that stuff could you could. You could shut that up your ass. Actually a gold. I'm like I'm not trading my gardens. Ford I'M NOT GONNA trade my food forward for that. Seems like a perfect time to interject and say we need to go to another ad break. You know more than you WANNA barter for. This is the time. Use It for these products and services. Hey girl have you heard of food for? We are a podcast Gab. Fest we're in a multi-racial mix of queer riders. Gather around the table to talk about identity culture. What we like to read who? We like to read food for thought. We started from the bottom now. We bought him all day. And it's just so true. I feel like if I could describe this podcast in one way it would be like the view but like Gayer I have Meghan McCain. But she's black. So I still justice Blah books but steph and beyond say because we got that for all of today's food for thought food the number four and thought spelled house on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts And we're back. Those products and services guys probably have considerably less. Now Yeah I. I'm always amazed at people buying gold in disasters like this because I just can't think of one where gold will be particularly helpful. I can think of one where I can think of. I can imagine situations where people will want extra food or medical supplies or even ammunition. I really have trouble imagining gold being useful in any disaster situation. I can envision no I mean maybe long-term crisis like you share in years in barter economies. But you're so far away from the nest. If that's the first thing you're going for man you're GonNa get hungry real fast and people can shun you because nobody wants your fucking gold. I could tell you nobody wants your goals. What is your gold? Even worse gotTa is bend this like if you're like reaching up like if my boat was coming by Katrina and you had gold that'd be going like why I wouldn't get in trouble knowing when collapse is going to happen can we don't mind so. Apps is always uneven. Everybody thinks that they're going to wake up like the movies and it's one day it's like everything is different. Well it's usually not like that It fault it's uneven in fits and starts. I'm not saying not localized. If you have a disaster you know like a environmental disaster or war Those are those. Those are very localized but Pandemics are very international and so There's different stages of disaster collapse and one of the one of the ways when a my gauges. If if I'm ever word I'm never going to be clear about this. I am never ever ever worried about martial law. Never worried about it. There's not enough of them. There is not enough of them anywhere except in localized areas. So I'm talking about National Guard military of any kind police law enforcement. There's just not enough of it and they don't fucking do it so But but in collapse the the main thing I look at is the grid infrastructure of a power so is is are. We do have electricity. Is it still running to have access to oil and gas If those things are going then then we're not in collapsed once those things begin. I don't mean localized way because they shut down. Power stations gas stations during hurricanes. And things like that. I'm talking about if you start to see power grids going down. That's when you would start having more concerned and I don't mean power grids going down because some storm happened in. Our fire happened again. You start seeing nationwide. That's when problems start to arise because you're you're dealing with transportation and food security and things like that that just everything is predicated on oil. So that's a that's an marquee that said that there's really like at my analysis three stages of disasters the first. There's the immediate when you have to do things rescue search You're dealing with just immediate triage with the death. Things like that that eventually gives way to stage two which is about less active. You're still doing stuff. You're still helping people because the infrastructure hasn't returned always especially in localized disasters. So you're dealing with things that maybe schools open so you're still dealing with things. People have to get food. People still have to get things because maybe the restaurants are open. There's a bunch of a bunch of things and then the third is the longer part of disaster which is the rebuilding part which is like when you start to get into war situations. They're just going on for years and years and years. All of these situations need me too late every time and I think Russia vase like you mentioned before is just such a great example even with all the problems that has I mean again trying to build something while the disasters already there is always incredibly difficult. It's always especially if that disaster has access to f twenty two no of. Yeah that's a given its war right like slaughtered right. There's no so but they've still done amazing things under those under those auspices. Same his APETIT stas. I think there are really good. Example like basically almost cut off from the world physically but not internationally totally still being able to provide these things and I think that usually just gives us an area to give a ton of money and collective action and empowerment Even if it's not the answers and if you put it in a laboratory framework may be good. Things out of the disaster will continue. And I'll be honest. All the things that come ground did that. Were Laboratory lost their laboratory potential. Eventually all did the clinic. You know that we started as an outlaw clinic. The one of the first clinic the clinic that still exists the other six of clothes mobile clinics have all closed. It is now is that laboratory. It's still does good service work but it's not a laboratory clinic anymore. It's just a clinic that can provide services to cook community. That never had it. So is that a win or I would be named injury. It became mainstream. That's totally true. Lost its edge. No more rebels. Yeah I know is that a win. I mean it's it's the it's a win in that it's the good evolution of what it would end up there eventually. Run everything successful. I suppose and people pay attention to it right but those but those people aren't willing to and this is the thing is I think you're like in my literary analysis. You have to be willing to break the law because laws are arbitrary. Reactionary bureaucratic and selectively enforced. We all know that right so but you have to be willing to break the law. Even if it's something silly like giving somebody food you're like all right. I would rather give them food than than follow the law style and I think dealing with money is also a really tricky thing. I think that building because especially in activists subculture Where where people who come from with lots of resources. Lots of middle class kids come into it. Lots of middle class people. People with access resource want to pretend they're downwardly mobile and so they often turn back on those resources and this is a problem that has been going on for ever since I've ever been doing political work. It's not just around disasters but we need access to resources. So what resources are. We always need them. We need to use our privilege. It's the same thing breaking the law. Well it's much easier for me to break the law. I'm white middle-class. I can get away with stuff for people that necessarily can't and I might have access to more resources. It's not cool to pretend like I don't have them I. What's good is for me to tap into those resources and pay it forward. Yeah it's so easy for me to break the law. It's unbelievably easy for me to break the law. Because I'm I've got that that Tall White Guy Privilege which makes it very easy to like talk to police and insert myself in situations where police are involved in. Distract them It's it's a thing I've been able to do a number of times over the course of my life and there's just this I think there's a responsibility you have if you are able to interface with the law and with the state in a way to where they kind of the they're not necessarily on a backfoot but they're less aggressive towards you and more willing to listen to you kind of have a responsibility to shove yourself in there when it can protect other people who who don't benefit from that same attitude absolutely agree so cody. Did you have any anything any questions you wanted to get into here? Leave me alone Robert. I will never do that. Cody don't you dare ask me the same question number back off now. This has been incredibly thorough and eliminating. Yeah thanks I. I don't have the answers. I mean that's the fucking truth. I'm not sitting here on the top of the mountain going. Like hey man this is all Gonna. Work. I'm with everybody else. I'm just trying to figure it out and come along but had made quite a few mistakes along the way and have been in some stupid situations that that where it was needed and so I think that it's a have some practical experience and it was willing to talk about it and that overall thing that's the only thing I think I'm bringing to the table because I think all of all of you I think are I think when we talked to people who are reasonable and that people all want to do this. Yeah one of the one of the real lessons of any disaster and there's actually been a significant amount of just academic scholarship on this. Is that more than anything else? People want to help each other. Most people you know you've got that you've got that minority of the population who are monsters in any given part of the world. But most people want to help the people around them in their community and a big part of building systems of mutual aid. is giving people an opportunity to be nice to each other And to be helpful to each other and I I think that More than anything building. Those systems is the is the Is the treatment for the real disease right now which is fear like. That's that's that's going to do more damage to our society than the actual virus itself and this is the vaccine for it is getting is doing shit and also taking while you do should by the way I wanNA make sure upstanding this take take proper sanitation and P P precautions. Yes yes you know. Yeah Yeah but some rush you know. Some people can run to the fire and other people can stand nearby the fire. You know then we need all of those people and when you have people stand back way back and so you need to do that. We need all of those people working together. Not Individually if you're if you're still at a loss to what you might do one thing I might suggest. Is You know washing your hands. I using gloves print out some sheets of paper that say hello my name is this is an email address or phone number where you can contact me. Do you need something right. Indeed something picked up. Are you low on something like are you unable to leave your house? If so reach out to me and I can try to help you and Organiz that stuff on its spreadsheet and see if you can help two or three people in your neighborhood and see where where that leads you And again always you know sanitize your hands before you handle the paper you know have have gloves on or at least like a trash bag around your hands it. You'll be careful. Do Take. Take the precautions that are necessary to keep your community safe. But you know that's a way you can do with Scott was talking about. Ask people what they need and then attempt to provide it. It doesn't have to be you. Don't have to be building a clinic. That thirty thousand people volunteer at right like there are there are yeah skills ahead of that like the woman in my neighborhood. She put flyers up around the neighborhood. And maybe somebody that sees that will be able to use that resource. You know. It's not thirty thousand people it's one woman and then we have to judge it because everything. Dan fucking massive scale. Just let people do be what they WANNA do. As long as they're trying to work together on it you know like I mean if that's what that lady does and that that helps her far better than you know standing in line to buy mounds of toilet paper can you feel so disempowered to know and I think also approaching this I think one of the piece I would throw into this approach it with solidarity not charity and the reason is a big distinction there solidarity means that we are in this together and that that is different power share even if I have more resources stuff I want. I'm if I do good I want you to do good also and that's far different than charity. Which is like. I'm just going to help you. I don't even care I care but I don't care that much that's a band date where solidarity is like we are in this together and that's important because we are in this together. Nobody's immune from it. Yeah that's a really good point and I think one of the most important things to keep in mind. Is that like the goal of all of these? Things isn't isn't for like you to come in and provide things to other people and be the savior. The goal is to build. Like when you're reaching out to your neighbors and figuring out what they need and trying to ways to provide it your building resiliency within your neighborhood. That also defends and liberates you and that's a critical component of it. Yeah Yeah we're just about out of time here but Scott. You said you had a couple of things that you could plug for us today for yourself but here with us and it's not self promotion. I'm promoting these things because I'm trying to get them out for free and I want people to know that and it's my. It's my part that I can do my first black flags and windmills. That came out from. Pm Press is now available for free And the digital EP READER. All you have to do is give them an email and I negotiated with them for quite a while because they are also struggling as a small publisher. They are also struggling Because I wanted to get my books away for free. I often do during these disaster times. And this is what we came up with. An eight also put like ten other really good books on that list. Pm Press Dot Org Palmeri Press Dot Org You And you can go there and get a free reader black flags and windmills and or choose another book And I would recommend that also my My first book blackflies when meals is available in Spanish from the Outta Bozo. Papa collective collect data. I don't have their email address. But there's print copies available for Spanish speakers and digital copies also available for free to Spanish speaking people for communities that would need those and then I started a small record label. Last fall called emergency hearts based on this concept that I have called emergency hearts and it's a music label and then what we're doing with my my small record. Label is at two titles that we're selling and all the one hundred percent of the proceeds goes to different groups so one of them is enterprise. Blues revisited is an EP that I just released with televangelism and we're giving that one You can buy it all. One hundred percent of the proceeds goes to Mutual Disaster Relief Dot. Org this great organization that grew out of common ground occupying a bunch of organizations that works on this stuff. We talked about them earlier or at another compilation called. Richard Clubs Classics You buy that because I live in Austin Texas. It supports the Health Alliance for Austin Musicians. Helps Musicians. That don't have health insurance in crisis all the time I it doesn't just give them insurance. That actually gives them. It actually provides medical support for them and so all the proceeds from that and then all the other titles. I think we have like sixty titles on there. All the rest of them are free until April thirtieth for anybody who just wants him. Download them whatever it is. It's I mean we're all just do you gotTa have something to get you through if you like. Electronic Music is the place to do while. We're going to end the episode playing some of your music. You guys like that. You can go check it out. In the meantime you can check us out online at worst year pod on instagram and on twitter and Scott. What's your twitter? Handle in case people wanNA find you online at Scott under the score crow. Just do Scott Crow. You'll you'll find him. Thank you so much for all of this incredible information. 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1080: "11 Years"

No Agenda

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1080: "11 Years"

"Either exceeded your band with Adam curry John devora over twenty fifth twenty eighteen this is your award-winning nation media assassination episode ten eighty this is no agenda celebrating eleven years together. And we never had a fight ten broadcasting live from the capital of the German star stayed here in downtown Austin Tejas in the in the morning, everybody curry for goodness in the valley. Where there's one thing I won't be doing for Halloween and that's wearing black face. I'm John four. Devora skills. The money. Disappointing your annual moment to shine. Who was normally do you normally put on black face for Halloween? I can't believe you're not going to do that this year. Goes zephyr right on. Carrier. Everybody. Eleven years of the best podcast universe. Congratulations. Congratulations. John STAN test. Congratulations to everybody. Everybody who has worked on this show, and that's pretty much everybody. Are we still have a lot of number where people who started seem to show from the beginning? Oh, quite a few more than there should be then they're still alive, which is the cool thing. Yeah. But we, you know, the the producers of the show. We don't have listens. We have producers. This is your celebration. You have done this. You have taken us from a twenty minute show with no jingles, no nonsense. No commercials. No agenda to three hours twice a week on Thursday filled with media deconstruction. That's quite a path. We've taken yes, we didn't start off that way. That's for. Sure. No. And I have to say John's was discussed I should mention on the grind merica show. I haven't heard it yet. I haven't heard it yet you discussed what the evolution of the no agenda show. Yeah. And what was the conclusion that's? That's we started. Would number one. And I today, I'm so happy. John More now than ever in our eleven year history that you're the one that opens up all the mail. I'm just want to say continue to be appreciative of you in that. Story to tell your males not coming through. Oh, no, no, no, no. We have since Monday the entire city of Austin and Austin proper with many of the outlying areas have been under a mandatory water boil. No, yeah, you're warmness yet. But that's not that's a little more impactful than you'd I think. But yeah, but it likes have you you just drink Perrier. Great poupon. Yeah. It's it's not so much about me. It's about what's the economic impact of the city is quite severe Monday night. So it happened Monday the afternoon, they put the the which means that you cannot drink the water. You can't use it for cooking. You can't use it for washing produce. There's also a ban on, you know, does also water conservation regulations in place, and we went out to dinner with with Allen and Jesse tina's daughter who who lives in Austin her boyfriend and already Monday night at it was just a small restaurant the east side. There was stuff that you could not get to you know, we can we can't do any anything with vegetables. So here's what we have on the menu. There are many restaurants close. Now, just close. Wash their vegetables. You can't cook you, and you can't take the risk because this is a contamination risk that someone gets sick and your restaurant or would just get sick in your restaurant. Whether it was your fault or not no one can take that risk of the just shutting it down. People have no paychecks. There's no Starbucks. Beer. Is a benefit. But here's the problem. Our mayor mayor Adler is a douche bag, you know, he was already on my crap list for his you know, just let and scooters drive on the sidewalk people homeless people sleep in everywhere. But something went wrong, and they're not telling us the whole story. Because the no point is anyone said your water is unsafe. No because they opened up the the dams because of the water it's been raining here for the past two weeks. This is not the first time that they've opened up the dams, and the, you know, this is a lower Colorado Sarah lot. Yes, it's not the first time this has happened. So something went wrong. And apparently all this silt clogged up the works. And from what I understand now. Although no one is admitted that you press conferences, and I've been really trying and we have no press in Austin Austin statesman, was bought by some whatever outfit isn't there's no there's no one reporting on anything people rewriting press releases. There's no reporting in Austin. There was a pressure issue. That's the only thing they said, and that's why we have mandatory water boil what I understand now from not from Austin officials or any reporting here is perhaps we had an influx of seal which clogged up the works. They lost pressure. If the pipes go below I think it's twenty pounds per square inches can backs up then well the worst than the even little crack somewhere in the along the line contamination could come in. I guess it's called a form. And I well, actually it's bad next. You know about this stuff. Right. You've you worked in in areas about this haven't ya? Yes. Okay. The call of form is not really the problem. Call afforded coliforms is the is the aspect of the test mechanism. In other words, if you have called a form that means you got problems, right? But it's not like you're gonna die from coliforms poisoning. Okay. But if you have coliforms that means they're sewage in the in the line, though poop. Yes, we'll go right? It's an element of sewage pretty much see they're not telling us what happened last year. 2017 the citizens of Austin elected for a three hundred and eleven million dollar bond to create this fourth water plant, which is really only our second because they close to it's supposed to do. One hundred million gallons a day by itself and everything's failing. We're go we're using more water than we're producing the silt clogged everything up. What is silt? Exactly. And how does it in since? When does it clog up stuff? Well, you know, as silt is not real is it just like deposits like sandy salty deposits, the it's it's the little it's fine particles of dirt. Right. And that could have different. He was like a, you know, it makes a very nice mud. And so would it accumulates? It becomes a muddy like some is because that's still. Yeah. And that in that could then clog up the idol. Yes. It can and must be they have these people wouldn't be buffalo. Ing you keep talking about silt. They're they're they're public servants. Probably I would guess not a no, they probably Democrats, which means that they're from really honest, people the very honest, and they have to run thing, and they have an election coming up in in twelve days. But here's here's one theory. They'll just throw out there. 'cause I thought it was kind of interesting because in the past couple of months when I've been wake learning how to wake surf for the former New York banker in lake Austin. I noticed we used to have all kinds of green stuff in the water. And you know, you'd be in the water, and like what's had against my leg. I'm not I don't like that in general to and it was it was a lot. It was a lot. I remember two or three years ago. It's just tons of this stuff everywhere. And it was clogging up engines and all kinds of stuff happening because it, and it's just not a nice thing and people swim. I'm and water ski there cetera. So the geniuses came up with the idea of stocking lake Austin with grass carp? And in the last time, I went wake surfing. I remember saying, wow, there's none of this stuff in the water anymore, and we were bit by a fish. You know, we were we were at the Pierre having a beer and some kids were throwing like French fries in the water, and these enormous carp which turns out of the new researching it about forty fifty pounds. These things way they've eaten everything they've eaten all the green. They've eaten all the other fish. That's all that's left. And I think maybe when they opened the fl the damn this water just rushed through lake Austin. There's nothing left to stop the silt or whatever they expected, and it just expand just blew everything downstream. Maybe that's what happened, but any rate we're going to be under this boil watch until the weekend, maybe longer it could be a full week could be a month. Yeah. This is Austin man, this this is not some shit hole country. Yeah, you're not in the Senegal. But we're getting to know. But now you mentioned that could be poop in the water to we're getting closer to San Francisco. We got everything we got the homeless. We got this electric scooter soup in your water water. Casting. That's exactly what call a form testing would indicate. And no one's questioning anything. As all you hear is jokes. Oh, you're. Doing him here. Like, well, like, you just said you just drink Perrier all day. You'd be amazed. How often you interact with water on a daily basis in the the automatic movements. You have I'll just a splash of water and your drink a little from my hand after brushing my teeth. Oops, this a lot of different and how do that anyway? Well, I'm just saying there's a lot of different ways, you interact with water, and it's like damn I appreciate it. A little bit more though. Well, this is sounds like a disaster. It's an economic disaster for sure they said yesterday, if it doesn't rain we may be able to lift the ban the beginning of the weekend it rained all day yesterday. So it's going to go through the weekend. It's going to go into next week. I I don't know. I like to know what what does like valve is stuck stuck open or something went wrong. And then they're not admitting it that's the I mean, this is how media there anymore. So what are you going to do you never find out that probably the news the two guys on television? Don't have enough to be able to find out what's going on in their nobody's got any technical expertise. Now, all they have to do is find some sewage treatment guy, who's an engineer and who knows because they gossip amongst themselves like every industry does and tell you it sat me, but they can't even find one of those guys. I guess now I think we must have one in the audience. Oh, we we have several who have been. I was tweeting live, and that's how I understood the the pressure issue because that was one line in a in some interview somewhere, the guy's got a pressure issue. And then I understood okay. So there's real contamination danger. If you have a pressure issue and at the same time, it's also just conserve water because something is broken somewhere along the line. Some something went wrong. It's just not anyway. So. Yes, we drink Perrier and champagne all day. We don't care about the water crisis. But there's there's no restaurants are closing restaurants bars. How about you know, we have craft breweries forget about it. The camp brew their beer. All that stuff is closed. They still have beer in the tank. Yeah. But that'll be gone. Yes, it will. Shippen your water from France. Anyway. So it's interesting living under this disaster. Finally, something bad happened, really bad. Yeah. I've heard I was reading about. I was hoping you had some information. You got nothing. Well, I know I got you what I think is going on which is more than what the reporting here. And no one's interested. This no one's interested. John. They don't care. Yeah. I got my bottle. Not Trump's fault. Not yet. Not yet. I I work in on it. I wouldn't put it past mayor Adler to come up with something like that. All right that I was again, you're still tweeting a lot more than you used to which is pretty entertaining because you show up in my feet a lot, and I eat more followers. You got plenty of followers. Get none. Are you? Okay. Man. It's hard when you lose a gig. Sometimes you kind of fall into a black hole of. Yeah. And find okay, fine, man, fine, man, cages. You re took about it. Yeah. You tweeted you thought that the caravan was the biggest story of the moment Gannon all buddy all bunch of weirdos. Just a lot of weirdos on Twitter. I probably gonna have to quit it eventually. Because the number of guys is like. Yeah. Fun that crab needed. And you look guy with one follower. Obviously just joined last week. And maybe he's got fifty accounts in the one followers this year. They follow each other. These. It's like they're just in there too makes commentary that is useless in his doesn't help. And and also if you want more followers, by the way, being on Twitter a lot you're right. I probably tweet a third more than I used to. And I'm blocking ten x more than you just going to say if you want followers quick blocking people. Plugging. Okay. It's not healthy. You know, this right? Is you know that Twitter can become a little unhealthy bacteriology. I don't know that. Okay. Well, you should Ota, by the way, I look at. Here's here's the dilemma. So you got some jerk off. He says something stupid, and you go you look a mic and respond to get to followers and he'd just joined last week. He's got a picture of you know, Farah Fawcett as as avatars. Yes. I'm looking I'm, and then I think follows you if they can she's if I blocked this guy lose another follower. So I'm mute him. Oh, mute. Yes. That's the way to go you because the follower number is very important to you that keep your checkmark status. Does Jackson Email from time to time and say pay keep your numbers, otherwise, we'll take your check Mark the? Yeah. The other thing is I didn't notice this because I'd been muting you can mute entire conversations has mute conversation. You get these arguments going bad. And the worst part is your in an argument where you're not even in the argument, you just CC'd. I you're the one of the guys at the ads. So yeah, I don't wanna be listening to these two guys going at each other. You can hit mute conversation. Takes the whole thing off your stream TAT's what a discovery. Yeah. I'm learning a lot. Yes, I can tell I can tell. So I think the big news actually is not the care of it. I think it's the speed. I'm very confused by this because they seem to sometimes move five hundred miles a day. According to news reports and the same recycled drone footage of the of the bridge and all these tight shots tight shots of people sitting down. And that's when they're interviewed. Because apparently, then they're not moving the just hanging out. And it's this this reeks of wag the dog type television production with some professional elements. But otherwise who the hell knows what I'm looking at. It doesn't look like a caravan. I mean, I don't know could be stock footage from Europe for all. I know. I really don't know what this is the only person I've seen on site in the tightest shot ever was Horry Ramos when unit from Univision he was he did CNN, and he did think he did frat boy Tucker, we need a nickname for him until I could come up with frat boy tuck Tucker, I liked that nickname f. Fatboy tucker. It looks totally like a frat boy, by the way, I saw an interview he didn't because he's promoting his book. He did an interview with Adam Corolla, and if you can find this it's pretty easy you too. I have to say first of all I I've never been a fan of Adam Karol, I like him very much thought was very funny and various very intelligent in this interview Tucker on the other hand frat boy Tucker he reminds me of Christopher Buckley, Christopher Buckley was married to my cousin Lucy. That's William F Buckley's junior, son. Yeah. And this was the guy who famously said you with your internet. No one's going to want to read the news on the computer. Insightful observation from the Buckley family, and he later he's twenty years later said well, you were right about that. But that's exactly Fred for Tucker. Has this is it's it's it's a mill yo thing from Washington, and he's very likable, but six million thing where within three sentences always like, and that's the meaning of life commodities. You don't you understand one sees this? It always ends that way. And like he has figured it all out and just the other people don't know what it is yet. And you really as a parent in this interview does it's worth watching. Anyway, what was I talking about? Oh, yes. Which about right? Hey, Rama's, let me finish. Or hey wrong. The shot. The shot. Would be because the everybody in Latin America recognizes him. And so they will get behind him in jump up and down and put you know ears on his head. No that sort of thing. So they they have to keep it tight. But that's like, yes, that's not showing you a caravan. That's just showing him. Amidst a few would look like professional refugee tents with a couple of people walking by I'm I just don't know what to believe is gone from two and a half to seven to three to fourteen thousand now come on show me this for real I'm I'm just not seeing it. I'm not I'm not so sure. An and I if it's not the whole thing has to be a Republican GOP, some some strategists banyan Roger stone. I don't know someone came up with that. And it was perfect. It's perfect. The timing's perfect. The got people being shuttled around on flatbeds it makes nothing but since and in these cynical world that I live. In the minute these phony baloney clock boy type dildo bomb show up like, oh, okay. That's your. That's your answer. Okay. Democrats. Very funny. That's that is the way I see it today. Yeah. Well, I'm gonna argue in any of these points. It could be the deal does where sent around by the Democrats. And the the caravan could be by the Republicans. You don't know me? Let me tell you what I do know was very unusual and all the eleven years, very unusual. You get immediate pictures of the package and the bomb and close ups with the clock still operational in the wires attached. This is very unusual. Does if he cut too early pictures, you you do have Debbie Wasserman Schultz address since this. Spelled incorrectly. Floor whole thing is just too well done. Let's let's go in this. Let's talk about the bombs with their starting. One sec if let's just say, this is some left-wing democrat. You know? Whatever soros. I don't care who came up with the idea. Don't you think that if you and I were strategizing? All right. He is going to win a send these bombs going to make them look this way. And when he is we're actually going to put stamps on them. We want actually mail them will mail a couple because we want those to get stopped by the secret service. But we really got to make sure it looks like it's coming from some Republican nutjob. I know we'll miss spell the juice is name because that's how they think. And then we'll do a typo on Florida. Then totally looks like it's coming from some redneck crazy guy Republican. Reasonable reasonable. Let's go with bombs PBS rundown. Okay. Federal agents are working tonight to get to the bottom of a rash of bums up and down the east coast. The targets are mainly prominent Democrats as well as CNN and locations range was. Stop stop. This is the part of destroyed that kind of it, which is a lie. And everybody said it it was never a bomb sent to CNN. They sent one to Brennan at CNN and not worry works. He works at MSNBC. So I mean, if you wanna count that, but they make it sound is though CNN with some sort of a target. Oh, an all Elliott story say this. Did you see? Cuomo kid and Don lemon outside. They're doing back in front hugging. Each other stay safe brothers. It's tough being a journalist. They totally took put that shoe on like it was made for them. No it was for Brennan. Anyway. So let's finish that. But they actually have that part of the I'll CNN vacating the place. Nobody else did that by the way. But CNN did they wanted the premises? John you and I were sucker. We would do the same thing to play this up. This is fantastic. This is rating targets are mainly prominent Democrats as well as CNN and locations range from New York to Florida on Avaz begins. Our coverage. After a string of explosive devices were sent to two former democratic presidents, senior officials and a high profile party donor app. President Trump today pledged action promise a full resources at the government to bring to Justice those responsible for what he called despicable act in these times, we have to unify we have to come together and send one very clear strong unmistakable message that acts or threats of political violence of any kind of no place in the United States of this read is so flat. I'm so disappointed in this. I mean, this sounds so insincere is it no one telling him to play this. I have the long version of this, which is a way, which is he I think he had to do it this way to kinda twist the story to kind of blame the Democrats. Well, it's lame. You try this. You've skipped to this. This is the Trump plea. This is a book. Buck fifty seven hour one minute. Seven seconds Trump plea regarding bombs. This is the whole this whole spiel as done in that same. Analyze it. Let's analyze the federal government is conducting an aggressive investigation, and we will find those responsible, and we will bring them to Justice hopefully, very quickly. Any actual threats of political violence aren't attack on our democracy itself. No nation can succeed that tolerates violence or the threat of violence as a method of political intimidation coercion or control we all know that such conduct must be fiercely opposed and firmly prosecuted. He tends to he'll say something. And then this is one of his persuasion things. He says something and then he backs himself up with being the chorus like a Greek chorus thing, we all know that. I think that donuts are good. We all know that we all like donuts coffee, even better or all love golf one of these. What is also true is doughnuts are fantastic yet. Another way of doing it and today. And they also be four for this. He's giving a speech in front this one of his rally. So it it's it is which is where. Yeah. Which is where I would have expected them to do a little better than this. Coercion or control. We all know them such conduct must be fiercely opposed. And firmly prosecuted we want all sides to come together in peace, and harmony, we can do we can do it. We can do you don't happen. More broadly. There's much we can do to bring our nation together. For example, those engaged in the political arena must stop treating political opponents as being morally defective have to do. Have to do the have to say that. That's what they're doing to may have to do it. The language of moral condemnation and destructive routine these are arguments and disagreements that have to stop no one should carelessly compare political opponents to historical villains. Would stop calling me and not say she's done often son all the time gotta stop we should not mob people in public spaces or destroy public property. You're right. You're so right. I think he got that figured out. It's one way to settle our disagreements. It's called peacefully at the ballot box. That's what we want. Yeah. So he he basically his way of calming. Everybody down was saying, hey, Democrats. Stop calling us names. That is very that's a that is a persuasive technique for sure. Doing it with all his little tricks. The commentaries a little mumbling under the breath, which is actually a sales pitch where he doesn't. He doesn't seem freaked out about it. So I guess he knows it's bogut of as well. He's not free doubt. At all that he when he was watching his body language recently. And I'm tr-. I Finally I noticed something interesting when he is like irked or sun or really bothered by something he crosses his arms. And if you if you look at any of his commentary about Saudi Arabia, he sitting in his normally, you know, he's like in his chair leaning forward. He's got he's not behind the desk leaning forward. So it doesn't look like he's fat. But in this case all the Saudi Arabia chitchat. He's arms are crossed and tight. And he's giving his opinions about the Saudi Arabia situation. And he's he's very annoyed. I don't think he's annoyed unless he has his arms crossed. You know, keep an eye out for that. Ted Kaczynski, of course is rolling around in his cell. They're going like what an idiot. Nothing exploded. This makes no sense preferring to the unit, and I and I looked at looked at the there's a presumption here that I just like to question for a moment. I look at the list of people we have Democrats and one intelligence person that being Brennan so this. So this is clearly the Demi bomber I think that would be the appropriate name since we're never going to find out who did this. Could it be that this is not related to the elections? Could it be that this is related to Saudi Arabia being very pissed off about all of mainly Democrats and John Brennan all calling for suspension or severing of ties between the US and Saudi Arabia. I don't know that Brennan did that. No, he we played pieces. The long interview. Well, he's like maybe I don't remember him specifically saying that let's play the rest of this. And I have a couple of follow up clips, you can you can draw on the PBS down you need it. Okay. So what are we playing the rest of the rest of the Trump thinks that was it that was done that was the end of the then we have I had to get this. This was the bomber got both of Frenchtown sin. We know her. Yes, the spook. But but we have I 'cause we I've been missing him for. I don't know. We haven't heard a clip from Jeff pa- gays the poop man, and quite some time. But yet here is everybody. Let's see if I could make multiple law enforcement sources damn nailed it. Multiple multiple law enforcement sources multiple law enforcement sources say one of the bonds consisted of PVC tubing and used a digital clock connected to a small battery as a possible trigger device by ROY Technic powder was the explosive and in order to show up pyrotechnic powder. You mean it was like a flash pot? It was like the stuff that you put in firecrackers flash pot. Keep it a magnesium wait glass was used a strap NHL. Investigators think whoever put the device together was trying to keep the weight down. So that it could be put in a mail box without having to appear at a post office for mailing. Ron Hascoet is a former assistant director of the FBI or does it say that they didn't explode. Well, a may say that that they were intercepted prior to their ability to explode may say that they were never capable of exploding. Even though they may have had black powder in them, the six packages all consisting of a large Manila on. Vullo p- with six American forever flag. Stands will now be analyzed at the FBI laboratory in Quantico Virginia. Investigators will deconstruct them looking to trace the origin of the wiring and the other components to see where and when they may have been purchased and by whom on the package itself. The look for fingerprints and potentially the suspects DNA, if the stamps were linked as they're gathering this information all these investigators. How does that information filter up to the top what markings are on the outside or on the inside of a piece of end cap to see who's the manufacturer? Where is that product distributed is unique in some way? Looking at the tape looking at n cuts on the tape, if I tear something off and a piece of that tape is left at my on the subject at my house. They may be able to match ends. Tonight, g FBI and police in Los Angeles are swarming. The central postal facility. There were told investigators have discovered another suspicious package addressed to congresswoman Maxine Waters, if it turns out to be real. This would be the second address the waters in the seventh package overall. Yeah. We haven't seen a single statement about the actual bomb itself. Which is interesting. I'd like to know what did it work? Was it real? What was in it? What was the mechanism? I mean, there is a guy on Twitter who's a bomb guy. And he said, I go back get his tweets. But he said these this was bullcrap because he says type bombs for one thing never have wires coming out of both sides is idiotic went on and on about how these bombs are phoney. He thought they all just props props props. Well, well, I did hunt around because, you know, most of these did not reach the, and this is also reported very by omission, very poorly daily Clinton and Barack Obama. They never got those bombs. They never got the envelopes, they were stopped at the central processing, which is secret service handles. And there was a pretty interesting interview on NPR, and there were about, you know, this this screening of packages for people under federal. Protection by the secret service. And there was little thing in here that thought was interesting at the end, well, the the common practice of the secret service is to screen mail at an offsite location typically, and this has been going on for the last thirty thirty five years where they have available. A number of different sensors that detect bio sensors, radiation and other gas known gases, and in this case, if it's if it was a pipe bomb would have been easily detected in an x Ray machine or trace detection machine onsite. That's just wasn't asking. If you could give us a picture of what that mail sorting process is like, I mean when secret service agents, sift through the Daily Mail. How do they handle it in case it could explode or be toxic? You mentioned x Ray machine. What else typically if it's determined that it's of risk if it's a device that suspicious they have containers. They also have. They have contained a robots that will come in and actually look at the device remotely. So that there's not a human involved in the examination process. So it's very detailed. The the secret service actually goes through exercises where their own try to place devices that might. Be at risk and test the the the mail operation twenty four seven. That's what it sounds like to me. This looks exactly like some testing. They wanted to send through. Let's see if they catch it. I like the way the twenty this out before but the use of the word device. Yes. Seems to be dirty device before we go to Fran. Let's go. I forget we do have a second half of that Trump plea. This is where he is continuing on this spiel at front of the large audience, and he kinda really starts twisting, it even more toward the Democrats as part of a larger national effort to bridge divides and bring people together the media also has a responsibility to set a civil tone and to stop the endless hostility and constant negative and oftentimes full attacks and stores have to do. Have to. They've got to stop. Stop bring people together. We're just thirteen days away from a very very important election. It's at election of monumental just if you look at it monumental importance, isn't it wouldn't you say monumental? There are dramatic differences between our two political parties that we know it is essential for democracy to draw sharp contrast between the two different platforms. Putting before the American people, and we have a chance to do that right now in many states and on November six we need more not less debate about policy issues in our country. But what we cannot do is let our disagreements about matters of policy terrorists apart as the country. Can't do that. We must accept the verdicts of elections. And remember that America's greatest achievements have always been those endeavors we embarked on together. We have had great, great achievements. Yeah. See he could have easily said the same thing. But done it in a way, the got the. Crowd really excited. And no one's excited. There's that that was that's what's wrong with the picture. It's just wrong. No, he's not. That's what you need for everybody. Worked it into his routine is not for eight Mahe's. I've come to the conclusion that his polished routine. Which is what he does. Normally where he's you know, conversational rather sounds like he's reading which is what he's doing here. I just don't think he's had time to incorporate this is all new. Right. Is like you given a comedian and a new new lines. Like, I can't I can't. You watch we used to go to there's a place locally that on Tuesday nights would have a lot of the famous local comedians would come out and Robin Williams. Was there all the time? Dana Carvey, all these different characters, and they come out to practice their material and Carvey, I think less so but rather always come up with a yellow notepad, and he just right right here from the note pad and to get the response, and they wish to end it was not smooth. It was not talking just like Novoa. Let me try this joke. And then you start reading this basically reading reading jokes, even though they were more complicated finding that's what's going on here, by the way, just thinking from a strategy standpoint. He would probably smug be smarter and sit well what we're seeing? Now is the bomb is all Trump's fault because he said, oh, then me the people. So that's why he was sent to see an and the, you know, he's really making that stretch the CNN thing, but they're pulling all the stops out. It would be much smarter from a mission perspective to blame this on the Saudis. That's what everybody wants. That's the big news. We'll get to in a minute. Everyone wants the Russians cut. No, no, no, no, no the Russians. It's now Saudis every everything switched to that. That could be well, let's get the Fran. I want to because I liked. Before we get to find you have a little short snippet. I want I want you to play very short. It's only nine seconds. But I I wanted to see how fast you are on the draw. Okay. You should be able to figure it out by the name of the clip. Yes. Biased duty, as you know, as president is to protect and defend uphold and defend the constitution of the United States of America. Mr President keep America safe. That's not what you do. What we do know. Hold on. Hold on. Hold on. Hold on. He gets a firm and solid. Lies. He lies. I hate that. I hate that. Advisor to President George W Bush. She has no senior national security analyst for CBS news. They knew what they were doing enough to make a bomb friend, but certainly not in a very sophisticated way. That's right. And it's what we're hearing from law enforcement is it's a crude device, it would have been lethal if opened detonated, but it's not a standard recipe. And so what we're hearing from law enforcement sources is this is an individual. He didn't go on the internet and just pulled down a standard Al Qaeda recipe, which we've seen four so he's left his own signature, right? There's something unique about the way this has been put together, which will bury the very helpful to investigate the notion that is PVC and not meddle. And so potentially could get through a metal detector is a little frightening. That's right. This is thought about it. He listened. That's also the reason we have all the return addresses being Debbie Wasserman Schultz to all these democratic leaders thinking that perhaps it wouldn't be screened because it was familiar they would've affected from her. Arrest happens quickly in case like this. I do I think there'll be lots of breaks. This is somebody who's who's made plenty of mistakes the wrong address to Eric Holder misspelling, John Brennan's name John Brennan doesn't work at CNN. He works at NBC. And so this is somebody who's made plenty of mistakes along the way, all the outside packages are identical six six stamps to tears, printed labels. This is somebody who's who's likely left a lot of clues odd. But still scary friend towns. She'll scam mature an amateur. I tell you amateur. I think it what you know, the possibility. It was Debbie Wasserman Schultz all along well, you know, to be honest. And I know you tweeted about it, but they really should have gone to her first and said, let me just check out what's going on. I mean that just because she's Debbie Wasserman Schultz doesn't absolve her from any possible that she could be the bummer. Well, it's come came from her. That's what says. Regardless. I think your point is valid they should at least have said, hey, I don't know that anyone went to her right away. No, I don't think. So. Anyway, this this whole thing is I I don't think they're gonna find anybody. I think this will just unless they can painted on the Saudis, and therefore Trump somehow they they could get they could get him in there. Patchy already lined up could be I mean, it's possible. It's what somebody pointed out that when the bomb team I cropped up 'cause I had mentioned it six weeks ago. Yes, it was to the day wasn't it that there is a six week cycle underway. Once again to the day is when the bombing thing came up, which indicates if is an F B ideal. That means they probably have some sucker already in custody who was a suspect. Yup. And another one of these guys who's really dumb, and you know, and he's going to be the guy they're gonna pin it on. And they probably had him. Do what do you actually do the bombs? I mean, it's possible. Let me show you how to do these bombs. Okay. Yeah. I you wear these gloves, and you wouldn't touch anything. And by the way, I thought Jeff for gays when he said dig and check and see whether the stamps were licked Lissette last time you. Bought a stab you had you. No, I just bought stamps the other day. You don't you? Yeah. You don't you don't I don't have envelopes that you lick anymore. Don't. Yeah. Yeah. So there's no stamps to lick. There hasn't been for. I don't know how many years, by the way, I went to the post office to buy stamps because he gets really cool steps. I got the Elvis stamps, the Elvis stamps are cooled the air mail stamps are the ones that are going fast. Did you find those done old-fashioned style, and they're actually raved, and they will last longer they won't fade like that Elvis stamp will. I sent I sent my my IRS check to the treasury. Yeah. And I only had one stamp left. And it was a snake? And I'm like, oh, man. I don't feel I'm going to put this on someone's going to open this up that asshole putting a snake stamp on it. I just had that feeling. Yeah. I would. I was. Yeah. That's why I got the Elvis stamp. This is better. But I was told because I know this they're already talking about making. 'cause you know, they've scammed the US postal service in the American public with they're doing their every nobody else in the world has to do this, but they have to prepay all their retirement benefits. And so they they're talking about the dollar being dollar being the cost of a stamp, and and maybe within the next year. Screw it. We're just going to Jack it up to a buck. You know, I was at the post office descend a box off to Christina. And it was it was only one one person one one woman was working there. And so I'm chatting her up because you know, I just you know, I don't get out of the house much. I want some human interaction. I'm asking I. And I laid this man, you guys really you always begin with that you guys really got screwed man with that pre-funding of your pensions. And they bitch about you. Yes, immediately. The post office worker loves you. Because they all they all know it like, yeah. That's right. And I said is this your uniform to she said, we just got new uniforms. They sucked balls are so horrible. So they don't fit right. They do look horrible. I mean, the US postal got a look at them. The shirts are are no longer meant to be tucked in. They just hang out the got you know, it's like really trying to ruin the POS. Yes. So you guys got a general? You got a general do with the byu Federal Express and United. Yeah. Business. Anyway, the put my post, we'll we'll miss said, I asked her about the stamp increases. I said just be stocking up on these forever stamps because there forever. She says. Yeah, you should by as many as you can is where they price goes up is going to be very hard. It's going to be by Stam's. Yeah. So expense. I'm going to ask for the stamps that don't get don't get cancelled. When they go through the machine, I'd like those stamps, please. Like the ones that got sent to Brennan, it's ESPN. So anyways, back to the original premise of you know, this caravan very convenient perfect Republican talking point is why don't belong to parties. Because this is the asshole stuff that goes on in these in these outfits, people become just horrible. And so I think this whole caravan thing is exaggerated at best. And there's just a lot of the imagery. You know, we're not really getting much else with. We're just we're just not. And then you have maybe this as the counterbalance like, oh these guys are unhinged. The crazy. You gotta be against Trump and everybody he supports. And so then we have this. You know, this caravan news wishes it's really well, here's Pompeo. He's palm peyot setting the stage is to what we will. And will not allow migrant character caravan is violating Mexico's sovereignty laws and immigration procedures. President Trump will not stand for this to happen to the United States to those who they say this is a hard hearted stance. Let's not forget that the United States is a historically generous nation when it comes to immigration. We're one million people per year are to permanent legal status here in the United States over thirty three million people to total are currently here. I always love the thirty three main who have immigrated to this. Entry. To those who want to come here come here legally. Now, let's just stop one second. Just so we all understand if you're of the opinion, these are people who are being threatened with their lives are being threatened at home. They are fleeing this Mexico will not have them they're fleeing. And they're here for asylum. Okay. We have a procedure for that. He must go to a port of entry. You may sit there for a month as well. But that's the procedure not just going to the border and saying I request asylum. It's there are multiple ports. You can go to there's ways to do it. A lot easier ways than what they're trying to do. Right now. Legal immigration is the surest way to obtain the better life, you're looking for here in the United States of America from a security standpoint, there is no proper county who these individuals in the caravan our and this poses an unacceptable security risk to the United States. Moreover, many of these people are ripe targets for. And traffickers and others who would exploit them. We don't want that to happen. I've spoken twice in the last two two days to my counterpart foreign secretary beat a gray. We trust that Mexico's leaders know what the best steps are to resolve this situation, and we urge timely action on their part in the United States. Also has a message for those who are currently part of this caravan for any caravan which follows you will not be successful at getting into the United States illegally. No matter what I repeat the caravan will not cross our southern border illegally under any circumstances. If you seek to come here go through the normal refugee process, if you apply for refugee status, a permanent solution is possible in Mexico or in a third country. But I can tell you with certainty. We are determined that here that you can also request your la- Silom status in Mexico. I'm just play that back the process if you apply for refugee status of permanent solution is possible in Mexico or in a third country. But I can tell you what you can apply for asylum when you're in Mexico thirty we are determined that illegal entry into the United States from this caravan will not be possible and just to show you how how this is being abused or used for its only purpose today. What's Martha maccallum whoever's who's on before frat, boy Tucker's up Martha Martha maccallum more? Maybe. Yeah. So Martha is going to be doing her show from the border with D H S secretary. Kristen Nielsen family on this is that is nothing. But political this caravan other Mexico it down to where war as or San Antonio for some food. I don't know what she's Jewish wants to get out of the office. But then you re like, we know Jenny's your den Jenny, of course. Yeah. So is technology reporters, we know her professionally I've met with her several times, here's what she. Puts on Twitter. That's right. I'm doing genie's voice to a T, by the way. That's right. Terrified white people. The Browns ambi- thousand miles from the southern border and they're coming to mow your lawns. Wash your car's harvest your crops pack your pork. Raise your kids. Mopped your floors, vacuum your office and pay taxes time to flip out like that is such a tone deaf colorblind thing to say. It is also extremely racist. Will is very rare. This is the old. Well, I if you remember I think it was on the view when some one of the women on their one of the left wit left-wingers it which Jenny would be says who's going to clean our toilets. Yeah. This is like unbelievable. It was like that's what that's what we're dealing with. We gotta get a bunch of immigrants who used to clean or they're good for cleaning the toilets. It used to be Irish the Irish are doing that kind of stuff this. When I hear genie's your den like this. And somehow, it's there's this elitist attitude that we should be really happy. These people want to come in to do the jobs. We don't want to. And I have no problem cleaning my own toilet. I actually find it somewhat therapeutic in an odd way. It's it's placing anyone who is of a certain color into a certain position. And in by hiring, someone to do that to pack your pork. You can then say I help out the Brown. People. Look, I'm putting them on the ladder to success in America. Aren't I good Disley them on the ladder to the roof? Yes. There's something really disturbing about it. Is it is it's always been. Flow so easily from oh easily. Just they don't even understand toilet. Geez. You were asking who's helping these people out or what is going on. And I have seen a actually there's one video. It says subtitles because it's just a YouTube video from someone on their phone Tom lady going through her town saying, well, this is what they left because you want to know, where's the poop in the trash. Well, it's in that town in Mexico, and this they did they just left to half eaten food rations. None of the clothes that people collected and put out for the for the caravanners to use. None of them took any of that to you know. That's not exactly the the way you'd expect people to behave if they're on their way to freedom. But there's something else that's going on coming up. Why the UN says BBC refugee agency has increased its presence to help them migrant caravan. That's heading towards the US from Central America. We think could every state to shoot play any measure. They concede that necessary to defend that border. But what we really appeal easily could to open a space hit to the people to open their territory to open the right the Saudis, he sent and to the people that the really out in need all the protection to the UN high commission on asylum. What is it? The actual high commission for refugees is helping this caravan and saying you should let them in the globalists' appear to be behind this not just our own globalist in America. But the ones that the United Nations the very new world order glow. Global known nations. No borders headquarters, so you stunned by this. I think it should be discussed. Nobody's going to discuss it because the globalist won't allow it. Let's face it, the globalist of taking over the media. Yes. No doubt. Just brought up a point that I thought this is Amy Goodman. This was when the most interesting clips in a two parter because the second part is funny too. And I I would like to deconstruct it a little bit. But the first part, this is Trump Trump Trump, this is she goes nuts about this. This is like the big scandal on Trump is a nationalist. Yeah. I got some clips for that too. All right. Good. Good. Good. Good. Hit you play this campaign rally for public and senators Ted Cruz, Monday evening, President Trump declared that he's a nationalist. Oh, no. Is a person that watch the bloke to do. Well, frankly, not caring about our country so much, and you know, what we can't add that you know, they have. You know, they have a word it sort of became say. It's a nationalist. And I say we're not supposed to use that word. I'm a nationalist. Okay. Trump's comments Monday line with his populist, America. First rhetoric label of nationalist is more often associated with extreme right wing ideology and fascist regimes questioned by reporters, Tuesday, Trump denied the term nationalist was used to describe racist movements saying he was proud to use it and that quote should be brought back. So I thought that she was a guest at this. Because we can't even use the word because the word implies all kinds of other things. No, no, actually, this is what it is a white nationalist. Is like saying white bread. You got bread by itself nationalist by itself. But the moment you put something else in front of it, which is what we've heard for the past three years. Really? If you take the campaigning into account, the the anchor of the word nationalist is now anchored into these people's heads for sure as white nationalist. It's a word trick, which also goes to white supremacists. Of course, Hitler. They like to do this sort of thing. Now this second part of this clip as got some it's got some usage. I don't like. And I'm going to explain why. Okay. And then it's also going to reveal that. Pence believes that are that Venezuela's behind the which I said on a couple of shows ago is behind the caravan of madness proud to use it and that it quote should be brought back the wife of white supremacist leader, Richard Spencer, playing the wrong clip. Well as number two. Yeah. Yeah, you're right. This is the wrong series to is my fault. Okay. This I wanted to do you have the other clip? You're just talking about now. No, no. I wanna play this clip. I because this is I just lost track of my my my pairing. Sorry, like a fine wine with some duck. So we just talked about white nationalism. White supremacy white, you know, I'm not done with that. So you translate. But this this clip now, so she just played that clip. See what it is. Yes. And what what does she transition into right though, other stories? She goes right from the end of the Trump clip with her quote, and listen to this to me is subtle creepy propaganda proud to use it and that it quote should be brought back the wife of white supremacist leader. Richard Spencer has accused him of regularly physically and emotionally abusing her. According to very dirty trick very dirty trick. Well, homa. This was on. Oh, this is the Cuomo kid just to see you can laugh Steve Cortez. Right. Think is Brown, by the way. He's a Republican. They're talking to each like, Ana Navarro's on. I don't have any of her. Just listen to him say, hey, this is just a nationalist is not mean Nazi or white supremacists. Listen to what the Cuomo kid evokes is that just a straight Ruth Trump is a nationalist with all that work carries. No, he he is a nationalist. I am too. But you don't understand what it does carry when you try to compare American nationalism to Nazis, for example, you're incredibly mistaken because the Nazis, they're they're perverted nationalism was about racial, purity, it was about blood and soil American nationalism, which by the way, defeated Nazism. American nationalism is about shared ideals. It's about a constitution. That's nothing to do with race, for example. Yes, it is. Well, by the way, you don't you don't get Krista just decide not made you see. Oh, the English language, you know, better than to me. To you know, better than George. Yes. I do. Yes. Don't you? George Orwell is. Now, George Orwell is is determined the word nationalist. Gone. That's what we're like Trump is like nine hundred eighty four man. He's like the pigs. The pigs man, I I have a long clip, but we stop them whenever we want. But it's. Nicole Wallace and her her band of people on MSNBC yesterday. I and I cut all kinds of unimportant stuff out. And it's still just minutes of of just insanity. Unhinged stuff would you like to play along? No. Yeah. Today. He doubled down on being a nationalist. He is in the tweets you put up earlier for Robert Coster, right? This is a little bit of an evolution for him. This is phrased that devilish. I mean, I he didn't really want to embrace it at a key moment was actually half the access Hollywood tape. I think some is cover the campaign would remember it. So we could show later gave a speech in Florida. I believe it was the one where he was a real screed against globalist institutions that after a lot of criticism. And that's sort of get filled anti it felt anti semitic came the tone that he followed through the stretch run as a campaign says the non Jew and has now kept since he's obviously withdrawn from a number of international agreements. It is very much a America. I just sort of like America first hand lasts only gonna be self interests, not perhaps. Wondering what countries roll around the world has been now in office? Just now we saw him splitting hairs a little bit. Like, he tried to suggest that he didn't even he wasn't even aware of the negative connotations of that term anything about history, or do you think he knows that some of the great nationalist of all time include Adolf Hitler? I mean every dictator pleaded for their constituents visiting call them that their subjects in in the case of the Amine and others. We just brought an idiom mean this is new. EDM was he a nationalist not that I know dictator run by the CIA wasn't he well this excuse, but to bring in idiom mean is new sort of Harkin to their nationalist impulses. Well, you know, I think what he there's a reason why other presidents don't use the phrase, nationalist theirselves. They use a safe return. Patriot. Right patriotism is something that most mostly people can agree on is safe. Politically is a more unifying were the nationalist nationalist on. No, I disagree. Don't you think the word patriot has also been completely tainted down into racist to say, I'm a patriot. It can be. I think you could you say that I think. I don't think you can still stand up and say I'm a patriot because you'll hear. Oh, yeah. Publican, obviously, as you say is freighted through history that we've seen with president before that he doesn't care what history says if he likes him. Here is he not now think. County has any idea the history of World War Two and Nazism. Anything came for from a call for nationalism. Well, let's look let's look at the phrase Fritz America first, which we just talked about it. I mean, the America first he might not have known a I was associated with pre war too, isolationist and Nazi sympathizers. Clearly, he learned that at some point along the way, but just just can't stop. It's like he doesn't know the history of World War Two. He doesn't know the history of Hitler. He doesn't know the history. He doesn't know history. He doesn't matter to him because they were conveyed when he wants to convey similarly with the phrase enemy of the people, right? He uses that against them of us may not have known it. I that was notice how they just looked at in. He uses that against some of us know. No fake news different by Staal, and as part of the mass murders. But certainly by now must know that somebody must've told him that he must have read that someplace doesn't matter conveys what he wants to convey, he doesn't care history. Conveys a meeting with these words, or maybe he does it's okay with them because the message he's trying to get out is one that says he or anybody else's standing up for the United States and resonates with the crowd last night in Houston. I was there. They loved it. They cheat. They booed the word globalist cheer the word nationalist when he said, I'm a nationalist. They chanted USA USA. This is a galvanizing language for his core. Supporters going into a bit term election two weeks from now. Now that they tiered at Hitler too. I mean. They shared at Hitler. Don't you know? Is isn't divorced from Cassidy the tier crowd. It doesn't make it. Right. It doesn't make it American. It doesn't mean Donald Trump isn't totally ignorant of the history of the word nationalism. Donald Trump doesn't read base plate. What she goes on. She keeps hounding this one point. He's ignorant. Doesn't know what he's doing? He's like at moron. He hasn't ever. Doesn't know what nationalism means. Oh, just better divorced from the capacity crowd. It doesn't make it. Right. It doesn't make it American. It doesn't mean that Donald Trump isn't totally ignorant of the history of the word nationalism. Donald Trump doesn't read books. I don't think any of this. He doesn't read books not even his own from Donald Trump's studying the history of Nazism or Charles Lindbergh for any Charles Lindbergh. Why are we bringing Charles Lindbergh in this is I have no idea. I mean, Lindbergh was a non Nazi sympathizer. Yes. For World War Two in the mid thirties. So maybe that's the reason they're bringing him in. I don't know just like a callback that nobody cares about for some reason that just throwing that stuffing. Doesn't even know who Neil sadaqa is. He's other hateful trends. He's a good line, by the way into the mid terms. He understands that the base got him elected in two thousand sixteen is still the base he needs now, and that is predominantly white its predominantly male. And it's non college educated. And he's do you know the words dome FOX racist? This is just defend whistle. They're silent. These are loud. Let me read this to you the Washington Post, Greg Sargent rights, what would make his claim controversial as if Trump actually meant racial nationalists. Which of course is exactly what he did mean. No, he said it. He said, I'm not a globalist. And now, they're just taking this. And this is a lie by claiming to be breaking taboo, by using this particular n word Trump. There we go. Quickly confirm that without saying it out loud, he on board with that analysis. Donna, well, I think that's exactly right. And some people have described this. Listener. She's great. She's the last one undertone it's not it is the tone. I mean, the president of the United States. He only thing that was a tone is wrong. Missing from that speech in Houston last night was the Tiki torches and the khakis because the president of the United States understands what he believes he needs to turn out his base. He's using that it's the phobic. It's racist. And. That coupled with the caravans and even the defensive Brett cavenaugh, the beleaguered white man under assault by the rest of America all of these play into what? Sincerely, believe is a way that his voters are going to turn out, and it is the worst possible thing. And so the president is doing this on purpose. And I think we shouldn't get fooled into thinking. Well, maybe he doesn't understand what he said. He understood full, well what he said. And he meant it used the N word that Hitler. Oh, these bad, man. Deals with the devil. That's right deals with the devil. Come up its dead is the worst. I mean, I can't give you know. No, I would refuse. I would reject it because it's just so offensive. It's so offensive as dribble. But yet. CNN should be ashamed of itself or putting MSNB MSNBC. Oh, what am I thinking? Yeah. I mean, listen to this all day. I mean, that's that's really PC has. Well, NBC we should mention that. Of course, I want to read I don't have any clips, although I could get plenty of them is the and Kelly thing. Yes, now NBC this is very very cool. Now, what happened with Megan Kelly, and if you've been watching my tweets when I first saw the first article come out because she she had gone on her show and said, you know. Naively did this. But I can kind of understand it from her perspective. You know, when I was a little girl. And you know, she's was one of those cute little girls that could do anything. Nobody gave a crap you could wear black face and go trick or treating and I don't see what the big deal is. She has no she's the one who's, you know, she's just take told her off on the show, and we can get some clips from like show me today on Sunday. I do have some not on today's down. But. They said, no, you know, this is bad. You gotta apologize. Well. We'll. Well, she apologize. Then it wasn't good enough. I think a hit man for the for the network. Oh, sure came out and said apology is not good enough. It wasn't this clip clipper that I wish I could have heard that wouldn't and I I'll get these clips, and then he she came out and repulsion again with damn near crying. And then they condemned her for having fake, tears and all this other stuff, which is she's a woman and they're ganging up on day waiting to take her down. This was already they had the paperwork ready. They would just waiting for a moment. And if you're doing a live talk show that moment's gonna come oh, it comes a lot. But most time they get it gets ignored or you get out of it. I mean. Get out of it. I mean, you would Letterman's a good example, but they didn't want her. And so I watched the articles come up variety just was slam Basting her with editorials and they lived variety. Merely a stooge for the for the network, but Megan kid, this is CNN opinion piece at grand on MS in Microsoft, Megan Kelly, Kelly's black face come and show her true face by Roxanne Jones. And then this is interesting. Did I'm going to read you the first two paragraphs. Sometimes I'm sorry. Just doesn't cut it a hard lesson that NBC today show host Megan Kelly now understands reportedly Kelly's morning show. Megan Kelly today, maybe cancelled according to CNN sources and variety reports. Kelly who never really seemed like a good fit for NBC. This is the this is the part that always cracks me up. This is that anyone has worked in a company has seen this ad many forms. But it's always it's always takes the same form. You got an employee. The guys that kick ass sales guy or does something really spectacular. And he's everybody likes him. Some happens. He does something gets fired then in all the meetings. The guy was never any good fit in fit in. We're glad to get rid of. It was. I said, wait a minute. You guys love this guy. But now you hate him. And it's just like a corporate thing you have to do this. I guess it makes you makes a mechanism to work better. Because otherwise people would say, why don't you get rid of Bill? We is no good. Well, she never she never really found her footing at the network. Now, did she you a Nici never really found her footing. She was doing fine. Kelly who never seemed to be a good fit this woman rights for the NBC morning show overplayed her popularity earlier this week when she passionately no passionately denied people who Don black. Real halloween. She was I saw the segments, you know, talking about blah, traditional black face with the exaggerated rid lips. And all that that is not what she was talking about. But she used the term. No, that's all that happened. All she did was used the term. She and then it goes on thing that most Americans understand is definitely not, okay. Unless their intention is to offend. I don't know if there's okay to offend at the mid this. This makes no sense this article quote, but what is racist Kelly asked on her show because you do get in trouble. If you're a white person who puts on black face on Holloway or a black person who puts on Whiteface for Halloween back when I was a kid that was okay. As long as you're addressing up like a character. Yeah. And then. Then. Appears that you can't even discuss it. Even though you may be discussing it from a screwball perspective, which wasn't right or was it right by today's politically, correct standards. It would have been right in the fifties or the sixties she looks like a fifties character, but they were looking for something it was a trap door she fell into and they would just. Laying in wait. And no matter what she did. Her first apology was no good. According to Roker. Her second apology was a fake apology with fake tears. According to these other people, and it's just now she's done. She is going to be off the air within a week the way it's going wasted. No time of fast-tracking. I think she already got us little. I think the news is out sixty nine million dollar settlement to leave. Shit. Take it. Started playing take it and start a podcast cone in gut like NBC does this is a screwed up company for throwing money away. Like, this NBC, I think it was eighty million because when tonight show, and then they bounced him out because Leno wanted to the show. That was by the way, before he went to CNN Zucker is running the place that he had this bright idea of doing Leno show, a ten o'clock during prime time bumping off law and order and all the dramas and putting Leno on every night at ten wasn't working out is killing their ratings. The network's never recovered the Leno wants to go back to the tonight show. They have to fire Koenig who has promised the show. They give him eighty million dollars to go away. And I mean, what did what did these guys there's a terribly run company? Comcast owns Comcast puts up with is the management NBC. It's beyond me. Oh, the good news is now there's a slot. Open for the return of Matt Lauer. And with that I like to thank you for your courage. The man who put the sea in clean my toilet. John c. Good morning to you. Am curry also all in the Moines. Dole ships at sea boots on the ground feet on the air subs in the water and all the Dame's nights out there. 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That's the official way to pronounce it that way from now on I wanna do sharpens way. Okay. The Khashoggi Kozicki Shoghi choices show. She it's not now. Your mom Jamal castrucci. Gee, okay. Doesn't really matter. Hey, there's a lot going on as I predicted. Now the world is starting to come into action. Now, we're seeing the real players behind this angle Merckel. I'm looking at hers is part of propagating this trying to cut the Saudis out of everything in and aired on is he is loving this. He is now become the central figure in the Middle East. Whereas he really had no power against the crown prince. So look at who's now all of a sudden, his friend. We've got of course, Iran and the day of a border. They've been very, you know, thirty percent of of people in Turkey are Ronnie, and the a huge portion of Turks in Iran Qatar who they're they've they are bailing out the Turkish economy, they just put fifteen Bill into hate Saudi well Saudi Arabia hates them to and then Syria. And with this comes Putin and the Russians and there's and this is beautiful because coup is the central switching station for all the pipelines that we've been looking at age Turkey, you wanna get into into Europe, you you can go through Turkey with Irani and oil with Russian oil. And he is he's dis loving this. He now, and that's why he's coming up with all kinds of fantastical stories. And there is a technicality here that I was incorrect about I thought that embassy ground is sovereign territory. It's not and I've been corrected by many people, and there's go bust in and grab Julian Assange the first of all, here's here's here's an interesting rub. The host country is completely responsible for the safety of the embassy and anyone in it. So technically, the Turks are responsible for whatever happened to fuss shock. Jeep Djamil shock Jeep. They cannot enter the embassy without head of mission permission, which they did receive just I'm just saying that a crime committed that would be acceptable in Saudi Arabia done. The embassy in Turkey is not. Although I don't know what they do in Turkey. They may behead people just not not as openly as the Saudis do that is punishable by the laws of the country. So that's that's just that's just a technicality. Let's. Let me see I'm going to start because a lot of people started coming out and talking about this. I would say we stick with air to one for second. This is France twenty four. Two alleged audio and video recordings of the mud which the mentioned in the Tukish press. Instead putting the onus on the Saudis to find onces as to who ordered these nation dossier that the identify Nejla collaborator who said to disposed of casulties body. The Turkish short Kathleen that he believes King Solomon was sincere when he denied knowledge of the meta making new direct mention of his regional rival influential crown prince. Khaki expert, Dr tastes mid tone fronts before that speech shows. His main concern is this domestic Odeon showing that he has trust in the in the king himself to put things in the name different with his son to arrange the relationship inside the house of Saudis, this this is a month of the Saudis to do. But what matters for more is to shoe that he's the master into key. Also, and that the sovereignty of took it has to be respected. Pressure on the kingdom win said that would be an independent investigation into the incident. Eighteen suspects should be tried in Tukish. To my take away from this clip is that aired Yvonne is calling for a form of regime change saying, hey, I get along with the king fine. But you know, this this kid here he this. He's got to get out of there which aired a one wants because right now, he is speaking on behalf of Suni Muslims in all in the Middle East. I think Trump is a bit on board with this. Here's a short clip of him. It was carried out poorly. The cover up was one of the worst in the history of cover-ups. He's an expert on cover-ups think it's odd. Bad deal should have never been thought of. Somebody really messed up and had the worst cover ever. And we're step is at the stem. What would they thought about it? Because whether thought of that idea. I think is in big trouble. So there's Trump trying to because I'm sure he was really caught off guard with this. He is trying to deflect and say, well, whoever came up with it that guys in big trouble, not the Saudis. We shouldn't be blocking that because we got to this is all dependent upon his his real deals with the Saudis for petrodollar main maintenance. Although he wanted the price of oil to be lower. Also, the biggest deal ever that he wants to complete the Palestine Israel, two state solution. And this got this is so important they're so off caught off guard that Jared Kushner came out and did an interview of all people van Jones on CNN. This is a rare moment when you hear the Cush bird speaking, you're going to try to get to the fact do you trust the Saudis investigate themselves. I mean, it seems like NBS is like the prime suspect is also the prime. Vested in Detroit the Saudis to for this out. Like, I said, I mean, we're getting faction from all places. And then once those facts come in the secretary of state will will will work with our national security team to help us determine what we want believe in. What we think is credible. What we help us with what we want to believe is not credible. Even Trump's deception allies. I mean, you do do you see anything that seems deceptive? I think things that are deceptive everyday Middle East Washington. So again, I think that we we have our eyes wide open. I think that again, the president is focused on what's good for America. What are our strategic interests where do we share interests with other countries, let's work towards those? But every day we deal with people who are trying to deceive us in different ways. But our job is to see through it. But also to stay focused on what's best for the American people and the president fully committed to doing that, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. But he's in trouble because he's been good friends with the MVS Mr. bone saw back to France twenty four. This is Monica Stockins said Staka, I do not like this woman. She's Dutch she's a member of European parliament. She's from the d sixty six party in the Netherlands, the reason I don't like well, first of all the d sixty six party or bunch of just wishy washy. White milk toast. I guess, but she's all she seems to do because I'm I check the tweeter t's only on Twitter all day commenting on Trump and this. Just disputing and and not even reading articles just translating the headlines. This is an outrage. Crazy, why do Americans put up with him? Do some business in the European parliament? And she is and she is telling us exactly what's happening. The continuation of what has been called for in the US congress the Magnitsky act, you may even reference it directly here. But if not it's exactly what they're calling for. So they can shut off Saudi Arabia and had their own little deals with Russia, and with the Ronnie and oil they've been working on it for months, if you look at the irrational behavior and lie after lie after lie after like calming for Riyadh over the past couple of weeks, it is entirely irresponsible to sell war weapons to this country. And she's talking about e you selling war weapons, the French. And the Brits big big discussion about this not just our deal with his lots of deals. It turns out a lot of money by a lot of stuff. I think that it is very good. That chancellor Merckel has taken the lead. And I would have preferred to see e wide embargo, which is something that we have called for in the European parliament repeatedly already, especially in the context of the war in Yemen. So I hope again, we will reach a turning point here, and we'll see more rational behavior and admist we will we will cease to export instability to Saudi Arabia and a weapon embargo. But also an embargo on setting surveillance equipment with which dissidents and journalists are being tracked and traced in the kingdom is also absolutely appropriate. And lastly, we would also call for human rights sanctions. Meaning that those individuals who are responsible for this. Brutal murder. We'll be individually held to account these events we can see asset freezes. So that there's no more fun time shopping in Paris or putting Yeltsin niece or children in good European universities. There have to be consequences for the individuals that are responsible and the. Purity with which violations have been taken place human rights violations that were serious before this murder for a very long time. It has to stop no more shopping trips to Paris. No, more yachts in in in French harbors. I wish I could make fun of her accent. But it's actually pretty good. Can't do it with her. So that's the plan Merckel is leading it Merckel best friends with Putin. They were in east Germany together at the same time. This is not our friend, and she is really working very hard to effectively ruined the petro dollar. I think that is the ultimate plan. They want Iran in oil anything they can get from Russia, sell it all the China. They'd love to have it in euro denomination. And I think Trump is screwed on this. I do not see how he gets out of it. Will NBS already backpedaling to an extremely do. You do you have a copy of his speech that he gave? No, I don't have that. I know good. Do you have a clip or just a copy of this is m B S makes statement this was on PBS ran over the weekend Fantoni yesterday. Arabia's crown prince declared today that the murder of journalist Jamal kashogi was a heinous crime. And he promised Justice Mohammed bin Salman addressed an investment conference in Riyadh. It was his first public statement since the Saudis acknowledged that Shoji was killed at their consulate in Istanbul Turkey and suspicions have been raised that the prince might have known about the plot. We know that many are trying to use this painful thing to drive a wedge between Saudi Arabia and Turkey. This wedge will not happen. We will prove to the world that the two governments are cooperating to see that all perpetrators are taking court and Justice will be seen in the end. Yeah, he's gone. I'm going to tell you this guy will be gone. It'll be a new crown prince appointed he is out. He's out. He he's done. He is gone. He is screwed it up. Big time. He's done. He cannot rule anymore. And I don't think I think that Merckel and Putin, by the way, sir. Gene was away. He came back. And he said that he listened to the the so-called press conference where Putin was slamming. America's at the end of our days, the empires dying. And gene said actually really complimentary about Trump. It's not like that at all. If you listen to it in context, I haven't gotten a full translation. But he says it's not it's not. Yes. Prising? To the public here. And. Of course, we have this little tidbit, which if you think she's she's on a Nancy drew mission to solve crimes you got. Another thing. Coming bill. The head of the CIA is in Turkey today to investigate 'cause Shoji's killing at the Saudi consulate in STAN bull NPR's. Greg Meyer is here to tell us more about that. Visit welcome Greg high. Audie so hassles roll here. Well, she's got a very significant role. Not only with her title is head of the CIA. This is a place. She knows really, well, we know she speaks Turkish in a rare speech recently, he said is stem bull along with London or two of her favorite cities in the world. The never says exactly where somebody spent their undercover days, but she clearly knows this place. She's a player. She knows how the the hell things take place there. And remember the US Turkey, and the Saudis are allies, and they're conducting these sort of separate investigations, but there's also negoti. Nations going on this is probably not likely to end so much in a court room as is in a political agreement and some sort of negotiation. So that's the key thing. I think to keep watching. Yeah. Yeah. I'm sure she's there just to investigate really she's there to lay down the law and try and set them straight. And I don't think she has any of the it takes two to get anything done. This is a bonanza, and I really am curious when the president is going to get serious about it and address it because he is losing our shirt in this deal. He hasn't lost it yet. Meanwhile, play no attention to the world implications of what is going on. No. This is what you should be watching speaking to a number of solicits, both very well placed sources within the investigation and also within political circles and they've been telling us separately. First of all that said demolish, showcase body parts have been discovered. They had been a cuss up understand this some fairly grisly detail about how his face had been disfigured somewhat. Very is a suggestion thing they use it as a football and kicked it around the second souls. He is very very highly placed us, I say within political circles, and he has connections within the prosecutor's office that those body parts. Discovered in the God of the consul general. Just outside the property. The consul-generals property was a part of a focus of very big focus of the forensic investigators. They took some time to get in it into it. More than two weeks later, we all selves witnessed film of those forensic. Investigators examining the garden, we know that they took soil samples from the and that they were trying to match DNA samples taken of all Jamaica Shaw, g with samples they collected inside the conflict general threatens, where's that rapid DNA? Technology should be done at twenty minutes. Yet to prove this is the guys buried in the guys. An apparently the now there are rumors that Gina CIA Gina that she heard or saw the tape. That's all. This is propaganda. However, just came out the European resolution regarding the killing of journalist Amal, Jim O Djamil Shoghi for shock g cut hate it. Let me see Shoghi. Forget it. Okay. Kashogi? He we go. German chancellor. Stated that Germany would put arms exports the Saudi Arabia on hold. So that's the first one down. This is one of those resolutions, which is completely mean we. Let's see condemns the Saudis authorities ongoing harassment of human rights defenders activists lawyers journalists player writers and bloggers podcasters e you put podcasters in their both within and outside the country which undermines the credibility of the reform process of Saudi Arabia. Let me see we urge the member saves take strong position at the next Human Rights Council meeting, and blah, blah, blah. This is just and I'm just reading it on the fly supports strong initiative to create an e you global human rights sanctions regime. Okay. The Dutch with authorities will organize that. Well, no worries there calls on the Saudi thirty immediately and unconditionally released rife Budhahi. Oh, so they're asking for prisoners now. Smart smart asking for people to be released. Pretty looks like typical parliament has no power. It's just a resolution. Okay. But what angle Merckel did? And what may is now being asked to do and Macron is to stop all arm sales. That's going to be very complicated for Trump to say. No, we're going to sell them all of our partners who are actually our enemies in. This will actually candidate says they're gonna keep selling stuff. They don't care. Well, they're not enemies the right up north now, I do have to clips left. Unfortunately, what of duplicates a lot of what you know. I don't I don't mind, but from democracy now. So it has a slant. That's always amusing. This is some funny kashogi information with Trump, and this is the Trump assertion you already played President Trump spoke out Tuesday on journalist mouth kashogi chase murder. The worst cover up ever. They had a very bad. Digital concept. It was carried a poorly. What does that mean? A bad original concept. What does that mean? Well, I think he saw the draft. And he said, this is bad. Concept. We're going to kill this guy. Now, this is another one of those instances that you played earlier, or at least a disabled pretty much the same one with his arms crossed because he's pissed. He's very angry. They had a very bad original concept. It was carried a poorly and the cover up was one of the worst in the history of coverups, first imple- bad deal should have never been thought of. Bad deal. I mean, you gotta listen with the guy saying deal for what what was the deal was their deal. It's own cut a deal. What was the tit for tat part of the deal really missed up on Tuesday. Secretary of state Mike Pompeo announced the US will revoke the visas of Saudi operatives accused of participating in show. She's killing on Paige went on to reaffirm the US shared strategic interests Saudi Arabia echoing Trump's statements about Saudi Arabia's a strong ally to the United States. Meanwhile, Turkish investigators have reportedly found several suitcases a laptop and clothing that maybe linked to the murder in a car belonging to the Saudi consulate on Tuesday sky. News reported parts of kashogi chase dismembered body were found in the Gordon of the Saudi consul generals. Stumble home, though, the reports remain unconfirmed. Yeah. We just heard that report, and it was very sketchy. Presents it kind of as oh parts were found, but confirmation she's terrible. But which I'll prove later this is the part to which has some information. We didn't get that's a Reuters report into saw Qahtani a top aide for Muhammad bin Salman, the crown prince claims he directed Chris. She's killing remotely via Skype instructing those and carrying out push. Oh cheese interrogation to quote, bring me the head of the dog. Meanwhile in Riyadh the Saudi Royal family met with Jamal ca showcase family, including his son releasing photos of the highly publicized event to the press Salka show. She appeared visibly strained as he shook the crown prince's hand tomorrow kashogi, she's children are banned from leaving Saudi Arabia now who was it that apparently on Skype said bring these bring me the dog's head one of these what? The sergeant at arms or someone of the one of these systems for one of the military assistance. That guy's gonna kill service. Here's what I think. I don't think this guy NBS is going to go away the way you do. I'm going to say that. I think he's gonna stick around because they really don't have anybody else that can run the country. But he would he has to do. He's going to have to grab all fifteen of those guys came in on the plane. Find them guilty of a rebel a rogue plot. Guy. Find the guy who said well, it was they beat him up and he died during the fight that guy. Yeah, they find him. They're going to line them all up and either shoot them or hang 'em all or chop their heads off. This is the this was. This is nothing I wanted and he's going to go on and on like that. And he's gonna stick around. And you're gonna have a bunch of dead guys. Get around these guys up. To do I found all these rogue guys that would be that would be the strategy. I don't think is going to work, and I'm happy with having a different opinion. Let's put it this way. If he stays on. Then maybe we'll be okay. If he's if there is a quote, unquote, regime change and he's replaced or removed air to one takes. We already have no power in Syria. This is a complete turn of global events. I is the way I see it. And it's I don't see anyone taking this seriously anywhere. Well, I think that some people are taking this. We wouldn't have Gina. Yeah. But I'm talking about media like M five him. Oh, the media does this is what looked for them antitrust? They don't care. They nothing. Yeah. We're doing this show. That's why we have eleven years on this show. Because all we do is point out. I mean, the real point of the shows were not Trump apologised. We just point out that the media's not doing its job. They just they have an agenda that somebody's, and I don't know, you know, for sure who's behind the agenda but somebody and they just pound into pavement for the same. I mean, you played that clip earlier that MSNBC clip with his lunatic, Nicole Wallace. I mean, it was it was embarrassing. Nothing news about let me play the two clips. I have ROY are we are we done with the I dunno. I shook it. Shuki? This should be a little. Remakes, please. That's able Kirby he says I I was drunk when I did it. The guy screaming with the song. I love the show. We have. Dominant place some stuff that is just refilled with propaganda, and it's a shameful democracy now. Amy Goodman is really an embarrassment. This is this is this the lashed out clip. Now, she doesn't say Trump said this some Trump said that she uses the term she likes it used these these loaded terms collect them because she says it all the time Trump lashed out President Trump. Played a part to President Trump lashed out again Tuesday at the Central America Nygren caravan making its way across Mexico toward the US border claiming Middle Eastern terrorists had infiltrated the group press by reporter Trump admitted he had no proof to back his claim. They say happens all the time from the Middle East. The study saying bad or good. What's the real bad ones? But. They could very well. Be. There's no proof of anything. There's no proof of anything. But they could very well be. There's no proof of anything. The president said. Okay. So he said it twice she reiterated to make it clear. I don't know what the point of that was no. But it was just it was kind of an off handed. He say he said he didn't have any proof. But he said it any way. I guess I'm not sure what she was getting it. But this next clip, which is the continuation. She used she uses loaded language here that I have to call to point out. So people who understand when they hear this word. They will pay attention vice-president Mike Pence claimed hunter and president of Orlando. Hernandez had spoken to him about the caravan. Told me to curb in the snow making its way through Mexico headed for the southern Florida was organized by leftist, organizations and finance. Venezuela. None of the word, but the word is at the beginning. And the word was claimed claimed of course, stead of saying Mike Pence said, oh, yeah. He claimed that me automatically getting it's not true. The bright the subtext of the word claimed his always the guys Aligarh. They're trying to this is subtle because this people are noticing this. But there is a a lot of people like, Amy and other so-called progressives that think Trump is they think the Democrats are gonna win the house and that Trump is going to get impeached. Yeah. And then Pence will be president. But they got to get rid. They gotta start taking aim at pants because Pence's worse and they got again peach him to. That's Maxine Waters says we're gonna have pants will impeach him to for what they're not gonna impeach being an old white, man. You're not gonna impeach Trump because he's too much of a foil that they give them something straight to everyone understands this in. Peach mint is a political process. It does not remove the president from office. It's it's basically congress saying we don't trust you. You're do sheer impeached. It doesn't remove him from office. The only way they can do that is if the have three quarters of the Senate which never happened which you'll never have history. And then the idiot Republicans like, yeah, that's great. Impeach him. Then Pence's president. He can have Ican appoint Trump as vice president then resigned than Trump is president again. Hey. Never. Funny, though. Back to this doing. She uses the word claimed and people should look out for this word when it comes up the the proper word. Journalists accent is says you don't you never use claims. Trying to twist the meaning of of the voted up to make it sound as the guy's lying ended in there's no evidence at even fibber, let alone a liar. But but keep an when I hear this sort of thing. I really galls me because these people are on TV there, you know. And there's a lot of progressives that listened they missed the word, but it goes right into your sub conscious that the guy pants claims that he had a discussion with the guy what he didn't have a discussion with the guy if you think that prove he didn't have a discussion with the go contact the Honduras guy and ask him if he talked to pens, and if he says, no, I never heard of the guy there, you gotta story yet something, but no just by using the word claims that cheap. Dow is a dirty cheap muddy trick. And it's disgusting. No agenda. Imagine all the. That'd be fun. We have we have to the affiliate the show is running long long. A little you have to call out got my things or might use. All right. I think if you people. Yeah. With somebody that think that is on a list here. That's. No sheet IS is came in last week shows Jason Danny and his wife Kelly. Smoking hot wife, Kelly. They gave nine from Madison Alabama ninety dollars nine cents last week. 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Jobs jobs and job. That's. Willow says maybe some cheese for that. Interrupted the whole flow just to get some free cheese. You are you are you are the worst. Let's for cinema, Tori. Adversary show. Today's the twenty two thousand eighteen. Happy birthday to smoking. Hot wife. She turns thirty three on November seventeenth and his son Jad, we'll turn to on the six November happy birthday. But I. But I. Kaiser's turning eight and bus, but himself his turning thirty nine congratulate him and Marquette's has happened birthday to smoking hot mill. Barb she celebrated October nineteenth happy birthday from everybody. Here's the best podcast that universe. Now, we have. I'm remiss. One of our artists Ryan is like having his birthday. Which which Ryan good one? Remembers last name. Me. And I can't remember his name. I just sent a note to him about his birthday. Why don't you look it up? And then I'll do the get the ninety started. 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From apple Tom cook. He was in in Brussels on a very stupid day. Actually, he was there to talk about privacy and the inker net and privacy and privacy. And it was a very stupid day for him to be there. Because all of the, you know, they have the the European parliament in Brussels, and they have the other one in Strasbourg, right moving back and forth. Right. So he went to Brussels while everybody was voting in Strasbourg someone needs to get fired. Jerry. What does a system did really stupid? I pulled a Cleveland. He's talked to an empty hall. There was probably about three hundred people there if that no less I say, maybe one hundred fifty it was very pathetic. His message was clear, and I liked what he said. And it sounds like a man who was very frustrated with what is being done with his product as well. He had some good zingers in there. I clipped about two minutes, but I'd like to share desire to put profits over privacy is nothing new. It's four back is eighteen nine Gogol court Justice Louis Brandeis published an article in the Harvard law review making the case for a right to privacy in the United States. He warned gossip is no longer the resources of the idol of the vicious, but has become a trade today that. Trade has exploded into a data industrial complex our own information from the everyday to the deeply personal it's being weaponized against us with military efficiency every day, billions of dollars change hands. In countless decisions are made on the basis of our likes and dislikes, our friends and families are relationships in conversations, our wishes in fears, our hopes and dreams reps data each one harmless enough on its own are carefully assembled synthesized traded and sold taken to its extreme this process creates an enduring digital profile, and let's companies. No, you better. Than you may know yourself your profile is run through L rhythms that served up increasingly extreme content pounding our harmless preferences pounding into hardened convictions. Your comes green is your favorite color. You make fine yourself reading a lot of articles or watching a lot of Ideo 's about the insidious threat from people who like orange in the news almost every day bear witness to the harmful even Gatley effects of these narrowed worldview, we shouldn't sugar coat the consequences. This is surveillance and these piles of personal data serve only to enrich the companies that collect them. Now, I need to mention that was twice as long I cut out every pause that. He puts in his speech. This guy needs a kick in the pants. Stop talk king like this. Pouring edit it out like that sounds very free flowing in professional must be twenty edits just chopping out. Silence everywhere. So of course, he is advocating for what I've been saying long time if you need to go and the main thing you can do to save yourself from this tracking is remove location based tracking from your life. And I'm not talking about the cell company being able to track. My little sorry Nokia e seventy one because of course, they can do that. But everything else inside your phone, which is what he's so he sees the writing on the wall like people are going to start giving this up we see more and more of these hates weekend thing take this phone just as text and he's seeing his product being abused. But of course, it's meant to be abused. That's what it is. He's got. Abusive product with his mobile devices, and I do like the data industrial complex. Although I think data is the new bacon is better. But it's a little scarier that way and just to fold into a quick OT g a couple headlines. Amazon's alexa. Has they filed a patent and the patents specifically states that the Alexa spite of ice in your house. If it hears you coughing or sniffling, it may be able to sell you some ads for what is ailing you. They filed a patent for that. I guess that was necessary. This was a pretty interesting story about this. And I've seen this. This was actually HEB, and I looked I remember looking at once I need to pick up with the monitor and the teen, and I moved into gather, and we didn't have one for some reason. I don't know thermometer amongst us. So there's the this connected thermometer. Turns out the connected the monitor was licensing information. This is Kinza is the name of the the connected, the or company to pharmaceutical companies with zip codes and temperatures that people had around the country. So that they could target their advertising by oh looks like we. I'm wondering why anyone anyone would buy connected thermometer because you get an app with it. And then they think oh, it's great. I can track the progress of my fever. I don't know people idiots. So you get that. But in the meantime, the app itself is just back during stuff to pharmaceuticals to sell you stuff and target you with ads. Now turns out this is a great one General Motors. According to the Detroit Free Press, they're radio tracking program, monitor the listening habits of ninety thousand drivers in Los Angeles in Chicago for three months in late twenty seventeen GM captured detail such a station selection volume level, zip codes of vehicle owners use the cars built in wifi signal to upload the data to it. Servers. This is insane. And they're stilling that sell the dated a Nielsen or they're selling it to to the radio networks themselves. Oh. Let's see what else do they have a couple of other stories. Also, I don't have it, of course, have an app phone but the new Google news for Android is going wild on data. People are seeing up to twenty one gigs of data transferred from the Google news app. Who knows what it's doing? This is not good. This is all bad stuff. It's great. Advertising. That's custom-made from me. I ne-. I would like I liked the idea that I get this relevant relevant. Relevant relevant. So our Candan avian brothers and sisters just got a raw deal up there of north as there were four provinces who voted against a carbon, tax course. Why would you wanna why did you want to be taxed for something that comes out of your although mention that the wash the state ballot? There's a carbon tax initiative on there. And according to Mimi who's involved in the politics all four it barely the argument of the old ladies as well. Yeah. It's not that great. But at least it's something. So so they've done something through dough is done something, very interesting. And I'm sure we'll get lots of notes canyon producers these four major provinces said, no, we're not going to do carbon tax so Trudeau just created a federal carbon tax, but he's trying to sell it. Well, listen to how he's trying to sell it. Toronto today. Prime minister Justin Trudeau laid out the details of his government's. Carbon tax plan including rebates as he tries to sell Canadians on the need to pay for pollution without breaking the Bank. We'll take you to shop away way. Notice the use of pollution pollution pollution story for us. So Michelle, tell us a little bit more about the plan any weight how much money he's talking about in terms of giving back to Canadians April that is when this plan comes into effect for large polluters as well as you. When you go to fill up, your your gas tank, or when you turn on the heat, it's going to cost Canadians more, but the federal government is coming up with a plan to make sure that you get most if not all or more of the money back. We're talking about rebates from two hundred and fifty nine dollars all the way up to six hundred and nine dollars per year. And those numbers balloon is we go down the road to twenty twenty two that's because the cost on carbon the price on carbon will be going from twenty. Up to fifty dollars a tonne Justin Trudeau says listen, this is the only way by the way. That's fifty Canadian dollars the price of carbon. We've known for a long time. It has been paid by the globalist at fifty US dollars. So to say you're going to raise it to fifty Canadian dollars. It's got to be a little higher than that up to fifty dollars. A tonne Justin Trudeau says listen, this is the only way that that Canada will reduce its its carbon footprint left use. It's a missions. And he says that he's helping Canadians just to the new norm by giving them the money back. It's completely Diatta. He's saying we're gonna have a carbon tax and it'll be on all fossil fuels. And so that will be at the gas pump, and your electric city is all going to be taxed, but we're going to give you a credit back based on what we think that increase will be in. He's positioning it as don't worry. You just get the money back. And then somehow that's going to reduce climate change. This is insane. The Canadians must be thinking schedule an idiot. This should be a revolution about this revolt vote idiot out of office. Oh my goodness. He's like a twelve year old running the place people bitch about Trump. I got a cool little operation. Which is you're talking about this. I do have a thing here. This is kind of interesting. This. I believe I I I heard that's interesting apparently lex is the best car you can buy everyone knows that. But the way they present this. This fact, consumer reports thing on CBS, I think that CBS is pulling out native ads on us in ways that are that I have not been able to pick up on ABC's real easy. Is this always at the same time of this show is right there, and it's pretty sounds like a native. It looks like a native ad actually I had to pull it out. Just as kind of a joke clip. And then I listened to it. We this is a native ad, and I wasn't catching it. I think CBS is doing native advertising on their news hour with Jeff glor- more than we think Jonathan Lynn cove tests cores for a living. He's in the driver's seat for consumer reports determining which automakers are the most reliable, and how critical is reliability when it comes to an auto makers long-term success or model success reliability is is the key thing. That's keep a customer coming back. Consumer reports, and you will reliability survey collected data on everything from the engine and transmission to the doors and electron x twenty nine automakers were ranked and US companies didn't farewell Ford was the top American brand at number eighteen Asian manufacturers did the best Toyota came in second and. Texas, which is owned by Toyota took the number one spot. We took a spin in a Lexus Rx three fifty consistently Toyota and Lexus have been our top two brands and our brand report card problems with infotainment systems. Tripped up other auto makers, including Volvo which landed at the bottom of the list, there large infotainment system has caused problems. It's crashed. It's hung Matata reset on owners. Tesla dropped six spots to twenty seven this year. If you look at the gee whiz factor. It's got what they okay linn cove had problems getting the wing doors to open on the model X SUV which scored poorly. That's big problem that we've seen the not always working, they're not latching. They're not opening up. All the way cove says reliability is just one consideration when purchasing a new car performance and price should also factor into the final decision. Kenneth Craig CBS, news, Colchester, Connecticut. So let me try and deconstruct it the way the ad by goes is consumer reports which is a non commercial entity is they do a report they have the car up in the position that the Lexus wants it. And then they buy the CBS analysis of the report. You think you think it's way because I would think it's the it's different. Okay. I would think that the CBS sales guys and this deal it could be by the way where Brown shoes. Brown shoes. Don't make it Brown show. Sales guys always Brown shoes. Get Brown should sales guy. He's got consume because they're always having these meetings. I know people that are professional high end sales people, and they're always having these meetings. They were how are we gonna yucca? We leveraged this into that. How can we get these guys on board for big by? And I would think it'd go this way, I could be wrong. But because of any number where she could happen. You got to look at the consumer report thing has got Lexus into us the same company. Can we sell them? We're not gonna do a story on this. Are we Jeff know who's going to do a story on that stupid? Okay. Let's go. Let's go to Lexus and see if we can sell that. We'll do a story highlighting the consumer reports article, and we'll mention them like a lot. It's similar. Yeah. I think that would be the way to sell it. Toyota's very aggressive advertising. And they say, yes, great. Can you also mentioned that Volvos like the lousy is one on this list? And that then that because the two cars they by the way, tesla specifically STAN slammed was not just any old tesla. It was the tesla SUV and Volvo they slammed was a Volvo SUV and the car they drove around in was Alexis SUV. Yeah. And you're surprised. No. Not surprised. I'm surprised they haven't caught this earlier doing this constantly. Hey, I haven't caught something that just want to have a couple of funny hate Trump clips just to end. On a high note. We've been looking at the Congo DR DRC Democratic Republic of Congo. What is going on there? Why why? Or why are people being sent there? Why do have all kinds of stuff going on for some reason? I follow tanker trackers dot com. Where's our hick economic hit men? Well, check this out. So tanker truck I got into this. When I got into AP are s and, you know, the the ham radio beacon ING systems, although APR is for much more than beginning. So you the AIDS, and you can track ships tanker trackers dot com posted this one of the post this. Earlier this month. So here it is a I eight hundred fifty thousand barrels of crude oil arrived in Ashkelon, that's Israel this morning from Gino Congo. We have never seen Congo as a source of oil for Israel before. But we have seen a couple of shipments. Come in from west Africa during the summer how about that. Eight hundred fifty thousand barrels is a good start. Good medium sized tanker. So they're taking that from an Israel's buying this. Congo's landlocked if I'm not mistaken. How are they getting it to the to the port taking it down or this picture here? Actually, take it down to. No, that's not true that they have to go to Gaborone. Was it can't see it here. From the west coast. And they go all the way around the top Africa through the straits of Gibraltar through the Mediterranean to get to Israel circumventing. Of course, the Djibouti this the Aden Gulf, and we're all that crap is going down. So they are they're going. So there is just a probably less dangerous route for them. I don't know about pirates. But they're yeah. They're taking it right through. Right off the southwest coast. And they're going all the way around the top. I didn't know so Congo's oil producer apparently. Look into this. I brought it up as a as a mentioned as hey, this is where we need to. Yes. And we both their send lots of people there to help with. I know the transport of the oil to the coast knows to get it out of their referred the oil catches Mola. All right. Couple media clips to hate Trump. This was a story new store you heard about when it comes to exit hoops, not that one Florida man is facing federal charges accused of groping a woman on a flight to Albuquerque as he was being arrested. He had something interesting to say about the president is there. Rachel nap is live in the news plex, the story, Kim, an FBI agent says birth Alexander was sitting in the back of his police car. He told them quote, the president of the United States says it's okay to grab women by their private parts. That was a great news story sounds totally legit here. We have the Lear Hollywood foundation at work in the supergirl television show. This is for children and let me see season three. I believe you are in season three. This is so super girl. And this is the in the in the cartoon, this is the spokesperson for the president of the United States of America. And the president is a woman, and here's what the spokesperson. So these Sarah Huckabee Sanders of the future in supergirl world when the president is female. Okay. Carl climate change is real. Yes. Carl as a matter of fact, she does she also believes the Tuplice two equals four and that the earth is round because the president is not a moron. Any third grader knows that global warming is the biggest threat of our time. And I'm happy to report the intellectual capacity of our president is not inferior to that an eight year old next question. It's reverse. It's a great way to program the children. That is disgusting. Fantastic. I'll give you today for that one. And I have to say when I heard it, and I didn't find it myself. One of our producers did I said it's a candidate. Thank you very much. Producer found that that is a piece of crap I've ever heard a propagandistic. It makes my analysis of Daime Goodman. Look like lifeway played again, just and we can revel in it. Okay. Carl horse believe climate change is real. Yes. Yes. Carl as a matter of fact, she does she also believes that two plus two equals four and that the earth is round because the president is not a moron. Any third grader knows the global warming is the biggest threat of our time. And I'm happy to report the intellectual capacity of our president is not inferior to that eight year old next. You will obey man. I love that. Then. Although I am not pulling the clip that everyone's showed Rosie O'Donnell was on MSNBC on the hate fest with Nicole Wallace. And I pulled two clips just to let you know where her head's at. And you have to understand that in this interview, she was very affected by the election of President Trump. He couldn't God in public for. She says she got physically ill. She puked when he became president. He couldn't go out in the public for over a year. Now, she's marrying a thirty two year old woman who looks like an Instagram wife ever seen one, but she's still. Filled with a lot of hate and misinformation not only thought that it was strategically smart to go after the adult film star stormy Daniels such visceral way, he workshop the insult prior to tweeting it well before Trump mocked Daniels, physical appearance, he trial ballooned, the horseface dig privately White House aides close friends acquaintances one source close to Trump even recalled him saying in passing that bleeping horseface Steve rose eighteen or still here by read these things and I'm shocked, but I'm guessing you are not not shot. No, he'll do anything and everything to get what he wants and women are of no value to him and his life a world. The only one who is I think is his daughter. That's it. The rest of women in the world are useless as the immigrants that he says are coming from, you know, Honduras to take us in caravans watch caravan that people walking away from certain death in third world countries. Right. Right, right. The man doesn't care at all. So what he did to stormy Daniels was. Ethic. What he did to me was horrific. But I expected when that was happening. The national organization of women are something would come out and say, you can't do this. You're not just allowed to pick a woman light and the baser with impunity. But he is he is he gets laughs Lord. And it's it's like a bad stand up. Well, she's right about that about the stand up comedy. But do we have them in the rotation? He hates women. I didn't know you hated women. I don't think it's a rotation. I don't think now she makes no misogynist is hating women rotation. Yes. It is by definition misogynists women. This is okay. This is something another social she makes which I found interesting. Because this question does around around questions of race. We talked about this after Charlottesville that now the K K K you've talked about this the KKK members don't work sheets over their face. The Trump effect. I just wanna understand what Nicole Wallace is saying here. She's saying that Trump is so racist. He such a white nationalist, the Trump effect has now brought it to this moment in time where Ku Klux Klan members fuel so emboldened. They're not wearing the sheets anymore. This is a this is very interesting because we KKK members were easy to identify. You could see the guiding light of the burning cross, and they were all there in their white hoods in their sheets. Now, she's saying the clan exists, and they're everywhere. You can't see him because they've been emboldened by the Trump effect not wearing the sheets anymore. I get it. This is running. As a concept the KKK you've talked about this the KKK members don't where she's over their face. Out of the closet with their misogyny. They're out of the closet with their racist. Nice that she saying out of the closet in front of Rosie. Do you see that that is potentially the most corrosive impact? Yes, I think it's really true. I was in the street the other day some guy saw me with my new air goes. Hey, you you look like at dyke must have been a K K K member. To my jas. The same thing the coarsening of the beige in my whole career is trashed you behind your back. Say something to face the culture. Now that this is what's happened. Yes. And that's the online Twitter culture. You're right. She's right about that. People would never say that to your face. Although I. And was I got to do with Trump nothing. It's the Trump effect is the Trump effect people have no scruples. They're mean, they're rude. They say horrible things to your face. Whereas Rosie O'Donnell who I helped with her career as she auditioned for VH one to doing rascals in New Jersey, the com- rascals comedy club. That was the level of where she was not too bad. By the way, rascals wasn't on the on the national stage in Steve leads had brought her in and did a new I I did a segment with her and that was part of her audition. And then I went to rascals to see your stand up and she slammed me. Oh, Adam Curry's here. The guy was Mattel stamped on his ass. Supposed to mean. T- felt I looked like a Malibu, Ken or something. I don't know. But I should do that for you. You said that that was the day I stopped liking her bag do sham, but it does bring me to my final clip. Remember, I was saying that it seems like language like people are saying things more like they're, you know, sh. The thing that really guiding into television with shit whole nation, and that's still repeated. But there's a lot of fuck going on, you know, Robert deniro fuck this Trump, Kathy Griffin. Fuck Trump mugs. Everyone's if everything like that. Podcasting influence. No, I think it's a barrier that people have broken through. And we. Back in Berkeley in the olden days during the free speech movement near it's near its as it was waning. And we're going to things it was a moment that was called the filthy speech movement old timers remember that I never heard of this. No, yeah. It's not it's not as well documented. But I think you can find articles about it. And it was free speech was FSM. And so you use the same signing, it was omitted method of conserving resources still use F S M signing for the filthy speech movement, and it consisted of a lot of public cursing. It was we don't need to be told what to say or how to say that. I think that's really the moment where they were using the, you know, saying fuck or anything pretty much. We're just. Sounding an educated became a thing of the educated class, the the elites the liberals Ayla became there will be came a potty mouth really as it were. Yeah. Yeah. We went on for about three or four years until kind of died off to well. It's filthy speech movement. You can check I will look that up. It's well, it's creeping into our advertising, I've cut this down. This was this was a a minute and a half, KOMO ninety and ninety second commercial. And this is from the I'm sure the egg council has something to do with it. This is just listen to it. And the bleeps are in the commercial when it comes to eggs. There's a whole lot of cluck in the doesn't really mean much of anything other farms boast about being cage free. Well, here are Custer raised eggs are full very how do we keep the? It's simple. We gave our Hinson space. Their race it actual pasture in the sunshine here vital farms. We care that our hands get to be hands and do hinder like whatever that is and leg nutritious eggs that are naturally free. But you don't have to take my word for it cage free. I've been eating up that beers bid that will my left one's public vital farms recipes are more popular than ever. Restaurants are vital farms. It makes the hands happy and make my girls. Happy because burst is too short for book. Right. Alison. Seri- shifts have been used vodka farms eggs for us reality of cage free is. Pardon? My French Audrey, y'all know what that means? But I know a lot about pasteurized gives hints space ten sunshine. Unlike free. Because when you crack into a bottle. We want you to be absolutely confident that what you're eating is one hundred percent both. How can this be? It's not like we don't know what they're saying. I think is tasteless add probably their eggs are tasteless through to be honest. You're probably. Oh, bullshit eggs. Exactly. All right. Well, I'd like to wrap up this eleventh anniversary episode if you if you wanna play us out with something I give you good. I don't know. I for eleven years. I've never listened to your clips when you sent them in hear them on the show. I have no idea. Feinstein. Oh, well, yeah. Let's play this. This is for nineteen Ninety-four diet. This is going around the net right now. Okay. As I'm sure this is Dianne Feinstein going on and on about border enforcement concentrate on saying the people who should be here are those who come legally at this time. And we've got to for the time being enforce our borders day when America the welfare system for Mexico is gone. We simply can't afford it. And I think you've seen the figures to state and local governments of what the cost is over two billion dollars. I think we should enforce our borders to have a situation where forty percent of the babies born on Medicaid in California today are born of illegal immigrants creates a very real problem for the state, which is in deficit the border finish agree. Seventeen percent of our prison population at a cost of three hundred million a year, the illegal immigrants who come here and commit felonies. That's not what this nation. Let's very simple. They've been enforced our border. My how their tune changes when the color orange comes into play. Orange, man. Bad orange, man bad. John congratulations with eleven years. Congratulations. Hang in there for eleven years too. I remember show one hundred. This on the Erica show. Ready to quit your but it wasn't because you were sick of your ready to 'cause you thought we had a good run. It's been a good run, John. Let's quit while we're a head. I just shuttering to think about what might have become of me if we had stopped. It not not not a pretty sight. In advance. I will thank Tom stark. Whether Dave Kurbanov. For. I think we have secret agent be star stark whether in the chat room. No, I don't think. So you can Email them coming from downtown Austin Texas couple of star state region. Six on governmental maps boiling water in the five by nine Cudi on the common law condo in the morning, everybody. I'm Adam curry from northern Silicon Valley where I'm not wearing black face. And I never will. I'm divorced return on Sunday for episode ten eighty one into our Levin year. Remember dot org slash NASA until Sunday audio smoke. Into agenda. They give shows we get we donate to. No. It's the show this rarely you donate to know. The John spe- Onate to know. Science is turn to Clea. Living living Lebanese. Living. Living. Eleven. Eleven. Any limits? That'd be led. Lead. It's a mess. It's complete utter mess. I get the biggest kick out of these Brits. Oh my God. We're gonna have to do our own trade deals finance. This is the great British empire. Ruling the world from sunset to sunrise. Now, they're they're freaked out because he can't do a simple deal. Nuts. Bolts somebody jammed do the United States Cadbury's? Now, there is this may be the last time, maybe you'll be one more year where we have daylight saving time in the European Union as there's now serious discussion in the European Union parliament to each of the twenty eight Member States, which is known as countries. But now that Member States to decide their own time. Mind boggling. Give you guys a lot of free too. Either. Let's make them think they're really in control of something by letting them decide whether they moved their clock or not or this is the death. Knell chaos is coming. Kill the sort of thing. They want the European Union to standardize. How many feathers should be pillow? Exactly. But no, we're going to give you guys power. Here you go. Here you go Member States determine your own time slaves. Yeah. It's an insult. Nobody seeing this. No positive. I'll crate we all yet. This is the way in the EU should work. We have sovereignty own clocks. This. There's no other way to see it. Right. Befuddling? Mike. Lots. Podcast the best ever done. No agenda. In this. Sure. Yes. Don't take anything too seriously. Life data is the new bacon. There is no agenda. Certain argue about what you believe you here in the morning. Dogs some people to. Is this? Tripping a lot. Trying to get some money. Trumbull material. Again. John. Jobs. Ants stance. 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"Every day at Invesco we bring together ideas with technology data with inspiration and investors with solutions. Let's invest in greater possibilities together. Find out more at INVESCO DOT COM slash together invesco Distributors Inc. I I'm CNBC producer. Katie Kramer one of the voices behind the CNBC podcast squawk pot. In these times of uncertainty. We WanNa make sure we're bringing you our listeners. As much information as possible as quickly as we can. That's why we're sharing with you now a CNBC special report markets in turmoil. Listen I'm Sarah Ivan on Day? One hundred thirty. Eight of the corona virus crisis Washington gets set to vote on more stimulus for American businesses as more states including New York. Prepare for partial reopening. I have very recently seen early. Data from clinical trial with coronavirus vaccine new optimism from the White House. We're closing in on a vaccine. This is an industry that is built on the idea. You put as many people on the plane as possible. What could social distancing on an airplane look like tonight? What's possible and what isn't and this is the only source of income that I have this Special Forum for American business owners on their challenges and path forward including one owner. Who just met with the president this. Cnbc special report begins right now. Here's Sara Aisin good evening everyone and welcome stocks closing out today with small gains but ending the week with big losses the Dow S and p five hundred and Nasdaq. Oh with some fractional gains. Today the Dow rose sixty points but had been down at one point more than two hundred and seventy points but for the week the Dow. Snp both lost more than two percent for the S. and P. Five hundred it was the biggest weekly percentage loss in two months now to the big battle breaking out over what passengers want and what airlines are willing to give when it comes to safer seating. Philibeaux live tonight in Chicago fell sir. Let me take you back to what it was like pre cove nineteen when you looked at a seating chart for a typical 737. What you found was that about eighty five percent of the seats were full. In fact. Last year the industry had eighty four point four percent of the seats full and most of their flights if not all their flights. So when you look at those record load factors you thought okay. What does the industry going to do? Once cove in one thousand nine hits and we saw the images were of empty. Airplanes virtually empty airplanes. It was not uncommon to hear people say look I was on a flight yesterday and there were two other people on my flight and that gave the impression that when people would start flying again they would see empty airplanes or that the airlines would socially distance. The passengers take a look at what we're seeing within the last week. And this is what's causing quite a stir you're seeing load factors that have improved dramatically. And that's because the airlines have parked so many of their airplanes about sixty percent of the world's Commercial. Airplanes are now parked so as a result we have representative Peter Defazio. Who RUNS THE HOUSE TRANSPORTATION? Committee saying this is what should be done with airlines. They should guarantee that the middle seat will never be filled and that the planes are capped at a capacity with sixty seven percent of the seats filled. No more and this is what a typical seven thirty seven with. Look like by the way that does not equal true. Social distancing. Eighteen inches between two seats is far from six feet. If there was true social distancing at most you would get maybe twenty passengers in economy class and four passengers in business class on a typical seven. Thirty seven bottom line. Is this era. While people want social distancing especially in the airplane the reality is it just won't work for the airlines. They would have to charge ridiculous ticket prices in order for that to happen and even keeping the middle seat empty. They're going to have to raise their ticket prices substantially. They'll stay with us. Let's bring in Douglas Kid. The Executive Director of the National Association of Airline Passengers. His Organization follow the petition yesterday to pressure airlines to take more action to insure passenger safety. So what exactly is your organization calling for these airlines to do we're going for the airlines to do is to limit the load factor on all flights to no more than fifty percent We'RE NOT GONNA ask for the extreme measures. We think that fifty percent should be able to give the airlines adequate spacing between passengers. So that everybody can fly comfortably and in reasonable safety fell. What would that look like? Is that even economically possible for these airlines? It's not economically feasible for them at the current airfare rate. Which you know if you were to say okay. We're going to raise fares by forty fifty sixty percent. Then maybe we would have fifty percent capacity on our planes. But you're going down a slippery slope there because the airlines realize they start raising those fares. They are not gonNa have as many people flying and at fifty percent capacity. You're going to have people who are going to be way too close to each other at least for their own comfort level so the question is are you just going to accept it. Are you going to say I'm GonNa get on board? I'm not crazy about it but I'll take the precautions that I can take whether it's wearing a mask wearing goggles. Doing whatever I can to try to protect myself as much as possible and then you would get potentially lower fares and the airlines potentially would be able to bounce back a little bit quicker than they're expected to well dog Dogwood. Would your members be willing? Do you think the broader public would be willing to pay higher airline fares for for that kind of spacing out safety protocols that you're calling for fifty percent capacity first of all? I want to say this that flying is always involved. A degree of risk So when people know that when they get on board the airplane. There's always a risk that something could happen. Now if you say okay are people willing to pay additional money to save their life will. Of course they're willing to pay this money and they're willing to pay or fair in. That means that their safety is is substantially increased but people are not interested in is paying a higher to be on a packed plane where their health is put at risk. So if you have to say okay. Do you want to pay more? And have a little bit of social distancing. Most people I think would would go for that if you WANNA if you say. Hey we're going to put as many people on the plane. We're going to pretend that this. Ronin virus doesn't exist we're GONNA put you at risk and we're GONNA charge expert in the bargain. Passengers are not gonna go for that We expect to give value for value and when we travel expect to travel safely we expect the airlines to take reasonable precautions if that means flying at fifty percent or less For the duration of this emergency then fine and as far as the cost short. We'll pay more But then again. The cost of lying has always been variable. If you go on any of the ticket websites you can see. The price for a ticket can vary as much as one hundred percent. So okay we have to pay more to be safe will pay more to be safe. But we don't want to pay more the unsafe and have the airline CEO. We're doing everything we can about. Covert nineteen when in fact there are just operating the same way they did before. Phil are the airlines talking about fare increases to to make these sorts of proposals happen especially if they're going to get pushed by lawmakers to eliminate that middle seat know what the airlines are focused on right now is coming up with the fair that gets as many people to get back on board as possible and because they have part so many aircraft because they've got to bring down their cash burn they're burning millions tens of millions of dollars every month every day and so when they are looking at their bottom line they are saying we have got mike the flights that are in the air as profitable as possible. And how do you do that? You put as many people in as many seats as possible. Now you are trying to stress safety by saying. Wear a mask if you feel more comfortable wearing goggles where. I goggles wipe down your seat. There disinfecting aircraft after every flight at some point the airlines are saying we have got to do what we can in order to stay a lot. We cannot continue to burn tens of millions of dollars every day. It's a continue to debate that we will have here. Thank you dog our thanks to you as well for Wang. Let's move onto retail. Jc Penney just filing for bankruptcy the retailer joining others like J. crew and Neiman Marcus. Who have had to restructure from the impact of the pandemic with grim prospects for so many of these businesses. Look the normal look like for retail Scott Crow as the chief investment officer of Center Square. It's a retail investment firm. Scott thanks for joining US tonight. Just how heard how hard it would be economically for for the airlines to figure out social distancing and safety precautions. How are the retailers? GonNa do that. Well it's going to be tough for retailers. Well and you know basically what we're looking at is Right now a at about a twenty percents rent collection so the average retail Mo- landlord and about fifty percent for a shopping center rate and about eighty percents of service retail. My point that out because that's a pretty good indicator of how those Tennessee Business So as it relates to sitting in an enclosed environment. It's going to be very challenging. It's going to be much more challenging for movie theaters. Restaurants Gyms And other forms of retail. We'll bounce back that along with hospitality and leisure retail. Makes UP ABOUT TWENTY. Five percent of the underlying workforce in the US and there are a lot of those people who are out of the job right now and a lot of those jobs won't be coming back when you think about the jobs not coming back and the customer is not coming back. How do you distinguish between the winners and losers retailer? I just named some of the companies that have announced bankruptcy. Who comes out of this okay? And who doesn't well. I think your three toe comes out. Okay so I think about where you get your hair. Cut Your nails done. I think if the coffee right those things come back. You can drive to them. You can pop in and out very very quick very convenient. You know what doesn't come back. He's a movie theater Instead Netflix just takes that off. You know what what doesn't come back is spending a couple of hundred bucks a seat in a in a restaurant for to hop with You know bunch of strangers. So I think those they'll be shifts in people's behavior and we can see this already so take Texas for instance. That states opened up their restaurants but bookings down eighty percent year on year. In addition. I think that this virus could be the you know the tipping points to the mall. Industry the underlying tenants like JC. Penney the department stores they came into this crisis with somewhat relevant business models and a lot of problems a lot of leverage and this virus is really being the tipping point for that to begin to unravel and that's important because in a mall they have tenancy agreements and that means is certain anchor. Goes dock where you get a certain level of vacancy in the center. All the people get out of their leases so I think this could be the tipping point where we could see up to eighty ninety percents of the malls in this country. Shudder not open or open struggle and close again Scott pro. Thank you for joining US tonight. Thank you even with dire forecasts speaking of retail kroger announcing today it will give hourly frontline workers a one time thank you pay amounting to a few hundred dollars for their service per person. This as the grocer prepares to end. It's two dollars an hour hero. Pay BONUS FOR EMPLOYEES. Mark is the head of the United Food and Commercial Workers International Union. He joins US now mark. Nice to see you again so we did get this news today. That the kroger workers are going to get a bonus pay in general. How are your union members that work for kroger feeling about their pay right now? Very disappointed quite honestly about the he wrote pay being taken away. Turn INTO HONEST PRIMARILY. Because it's going to affect your weekly pay in there with Martin near in their pockets Look the pandemic still exists. We're still wearing my in the stores. We're still social distancing. And even though there may be some indications of the vaccine is on the way we haven't seen it as a yeah and this this virus is in fact in less vaccine comes four is going to be around this fall in in our members and quite frankly we're having to go out there every single day and put themselves at risk now every investor that I know of knows that the more risks they take the higher hike the more risks. They take they should get more pay. And these workers are taking more risks in. They should be paid more not to single out. Kroger specifically mark. What about other grocery stores and other major retailers that are employing essential workers? What have they been doing on the pay front? We've had several are major employers are other employers have come forth and maintain dollars an hour increase and they've indicated they're going to reevaluate every couple of weeks to make a determination how it looks now. There are other companies quite honestly walmart trader Joe's whole foods. They've indicated they're gonNA pull back in they're GONNA go to go to Bodices as well. Let's let's face it going to bond. It's just allows Dan shut. This off is some point in time. They decide that they want to. Here's what we do know though. We know that sales are up. Your last guest said that people were not going to be going back to restaurants and I think that's a fairly accurate via what's going to happen in retail going forward. We've seen sales go up. We've seen productivity go on sale for Matt our. I am starting to see a little bit of food in as we mo four which is good for the industry. I think it has changed. The outcome with this industry is GONNA look like on Wall Street going forward in the future and I think these workers deserve their share. Obviously it would be nice for the workers to have more pay. What about the safety factor? Mark do they feel like their employers are taking care of them providing the necessary mask than equipment so that they can feel safe going to work every day sir. I think that a lot of our floors had in fact done the right thing. I still think there's challenges out there. I've certainly seen them in the stores that I visited. I've gone into Union nonunion stores alive. I quite frankly. I've been somewhat concerned at the number of people that were not wearing masks or being provided masks in this bar. It's not if the virus is starting to die down right now. I don't think that this is the concern that I have at least initially. My concern is the virus starts despite backup in the fall in the winner. What are we gonNa do if we have this false sense of security that we don't really need this protective equipment? That's wild concern mark. Thank you for joining US tonight. We appreciate your time. Here's what's coming up on this special report. Cyber attackers hit a high profile target with what may be a high profile secret. The hackers are holding. That secret for ransom. That's next plus American small business owners including one who met with the president today. Explain how they're managing their paths forward before the break but this country looks like on Day. One hundred thirty eight of the corona virus crisis For businesses around the world today isn't a restart it's a rethink. That's why they're partnering with. Ibm retailers keeping their systems up as millions of orders move online call centers are using IBM Watson to manage an influx of customer questions with AI and solutions built on the IBM cloud are helping doctors care for patients remotely. Today we're rethinking. How business moves forward. Let's put smart to work visit. Ibm DOT com slash thing to learn more on Day? One hundred thirty eight of the crisis here are some more headlines on the virus retail sales in April falling sixteen point four percent biggest on record as the country locked down amid the corona virus outbreak. The new head of the government's effort to find a vaccine says he's confident of being able to deliver several hundred million doses of vaccine by the end of the year and the Federal Reserve is warning stock. Prices and other asset values could take a significant hit if the pandemic worsens and the NFL is telling teams they can start reopening facilities Tuesday for staff only know coaches or players if state and local governments allow an entertainment law firm run by Allen Grubman confirming its computer systems. Were hacked the hackers say they have sensitive information about several big star clients. And those hackers want forty two million dollars in ransom with us now as Sammy contribute our sue Gordon former deputy director for national intelligence. Good evening how does something like this happen? Well so what's interesting is the last three weeks we've seen the TRIFECTA of cyber attacks right cyber cyber-attacks to do influence cyber to go after an economic target in the pharmaceutical industry and now criminal activity going after Money because data are the coin of the realm so the way it happens is there is sophisticated capabilities that our ever evolving to beat defenses especially when the entities that have the data or a little lax in their protection. And so it's just a constant game of cat-and-mouse where offense off as the advantage if the defense isn't being protective with so many people working from home right now and so. Many comper companies operating remotely. How can we and companies protect ourselves against these hackers? So I thing you have to realize is the you've just increased the threat surface right. You have a lot more in points people at distance working. You have a lot more access points. A lot of people using email her than getting back into the custody system and you have companies making a lot of choices to enable new kinds of work where they may not be protecting And being as good at the cyber fences they have before so what you can do is cyber hygiene cyber hygiene cyber hygiene for the individuals and for the companies. You really have to understand what's important. What data put you at risk? Backup your systems. Save some of that data off premises and just be ready every day and not be lax with security just because you're trying to get performance. What about zoom calls facetime calls video calls? How SAFER THOSE? That's a different kind of risk where you have the opportunity that people can come in through that land on individual networks. Lock them down. Disrupt the ability for people to Working engage in. Now what is the way we do business? It's a different surface that ransomware in some ways but is the same sort of thing you have so many more places where people go. So why would tell you? If you're zooming never use a public meeting. Always have a private one have a pass code. Pay attention to. Who's on the call because there are things you can do? You know what's interesting about? Criminals is there are some nation states that are engaging in criminal activity for monetary gain but for criminals. It is more opportunistic. Sue Gordon thank you so much for your insight tonight. Good to see you. As wanders and healthcare workers risked their lives. Some companies are saying. Thank you as they know best tonight. Little CAESARS is stepping up. We're donating one million pizzas to our first responders and healthcare workers. And we have a staff of one hundred seventy people that are contacting hospitals across the country. We kicked off this program in our hometown of Detroit. That's where headquarters and we delivered six hundred pizzas in one day. In addition to our million We created a program called Pyatt Ford where customers can actually order pizzas that will then deliver to healthcare workers. It's basically a five dollar pizza. And we'll add that onto our delivery or will deliver it separately if we get enough groups together for a particular hospital or police station. It's difficult for all businesses right now but the easiest decision that we had to make was. How can we give back? And we talked with our franchisees a locally owned business they said. What can we do to give back? So that's a little surprising to see how many people have stepped up and said I want to join in this effort and I want to give back to was little caesars stepping up. Here's what else is coming up on the sandy special report business owners struggling in the midst of the crisis are then getting the resources they need to survive. What are their plan says? Life begins to reopen plus. What one owner told the president today next American businesses eager to get back in action? Some of already open doors even if they're still dealing with limitations tonight several business owners tell us their struggles and their plan for a path forward once again. Here's Sara is good evening once again. We are dedicating this next half hour to American business. Owner's fighting their way through the crisis. We'll start with one who wasn't invited to the White House today to meet with President Trump and raw owns brackish bowtie based in South Carolina has company donated thousands of masks to the healthcare community. Ben Welcome tonight. Tell us about your visit to the White House and with the president. Wow what a surreal day was Truly a great memory but The big news of the day it was bittersweet was because my co founder and partner Jeff Lautner welcomed his third child I tell you into the world so he was not able to be there with me but he was there every being spirit so it was a special day all around for Brackish family. Well congratulations to him and to the family. But but tell us what what you spoke about with the president and while you were there. Sure sure it was. It was about the brackish team The Brackish Team. We have an exceptional group of artists. They came up with an idea that We can help the medical community. We could do our part and contribute to help those on the frontlines fighting. This battle is about healthcare mask of to those doctors. Nurses and emergency workers all across the nation and They came up with the program masked by the makers and when Jeff heard it and he and I talked about it. We just decided to put the pedal to the metal and see how far we could take this thing to help out the nation. Do you think that this administration president trump has been supportive and sympathetic to the small business community? Throughout this crisis I think the entire leadership in Washington's been supportive. I think we're all going through this together and only together will we get through this I don't think it's a one man one party. I think it's everybody coming together. Collectively President Trump's done some great things but so has everybody so i. I applaud all the efforts that have been done with the Hairs Act The program And everything that's been done thus far it's been a wonderful thing we've been able to all of our employees throughout this crisis thus far so you did apply for and receive those PPO loans. How did you find that process? We sure did we heard and it was potentially coming down the pipe restoring amassing numbers early own before the The criteria was even given out. We have an incredible accounting team and We started pulling together all kinds of numbers that we felt navy pertinent a situation and When they release what was weird we had the number ago and we send it to a local banks south but style state bank there in South Carolina and They fast right. You're right. I think they said we were number. Forty Fifty S in line submissions. Because we had everything ready to go right when they said Senator so I think that was crucial to getting our funds so quickly Ben. Ross thanks for joining us on a on a big day for you. Dave Dotson is a professor of management at Stanford Business School investor in several businesses with us. Live again tonight to help. Listen to give some advice to some of our small businesses tonight. It's good to have you onboard. Nice to see you again. Good to be here first owner. Go Daddy Dave Lauren. Greenspon we want to welcome the owner of a normally very busy Tuffy tire and auto service center in downtown Chicago car. Sales are down people who own cars on the road. Meaning fewer repairs. So have you been handling your business very carefully very carefully? We've just been doing what we can servicing. The vehicles that we get and just trying to keep my guys in the shop and getting paid so I was thinking you know fixing cars as a team sport. Generally more than one person is at the car. And you're in such close quarters there. How are you managing your essential business? How are you managing this? In a world of social distancing. Yeah very early on. We had shot meeting and we all came to the understanding and agreement that we're we're a family just the same and we all came to the agreement that we would come to work and we would go home and you know if we had to go shopping or anything we would tell each other. Hey had to go into the store this weekend And you know if anybody was showing any symptoms or feeling sick they would stay home and go see the doctor And so far. We've been very lucky now. That must be tough though because to some extent. You're sort of betting your business on the fact that this family near your employees are all going to follow the social distancing rules that you've asked them to do that's quite a bit you're making yet yes. It is and from a customer facing perspective. It's much easier You know to follow those social distance guidelines in the back shop like you said auto repair you know sometimes is a collaborative effort and so my guys can't maintain that six foot distance that you know that has been recommended. That's why you know we did take it very seriously that we are going to treat this as as a close. Knit Family Lauren. What we're just looking at a graphic that shows since opening on May first new cases in Illinois up sixty six percent now. The good news is testing has been up ninety percent. But what do you find from your consumer as we are seeing the case number continues to grow their You know it's interesting. We were just talking about this in the shop today this week there. It seems like there's been a change in attitude You know for the past two months. The streets have been dead. The sidewalks have been dead. Nobody wanted to go out. And then this week. All of a sudden It's like someone flipped a switch and the roads were busy You know the sidewalks were full of people running walking It's you know everybody's you know maintaining their distance but they're they they want to get outside. You Know Lauren. I know that you don't it? Looks like maybe businesses coming back but you your company was saved because of government programs the disaster relief program in the P P P and. I'm wondering you are out there in middle America talking to your customers talking to your employees. What is going on in Washington? Dc that the policies being set by politicians in large company owners. Instead of people. Like you. I mean why. Aren't we asking people like you what you need? That's that has a very good question. I think a lot of the policies are being set with good intentions But the execution is lacking Because there is no input from the small business owner You know I don't have a big lobby group. I have the ability to call and get my congressman on the phone. And get you know you know my pet projects funded I'm basically at the mercy of what the Federal Government was able to do Is Very lucky that my funding came through early on. I was able to keep my doors open and keep my team employed But you know if the federal government really wanted to take care of you know small business they would talk to small business. Owners Dave Dawson. It sounds like you're you're still pretty critical of the government response on small business even though they were able to add more funding to reach more small businesses. Well what I think is that you know you look at Lauren's business at Lawrence business with saved from government program that had elements of good design. The problem was is. There's we forever every lauren that God alone. What about all the ones that didn't get alone and that's the one that's the part that I'm concerned about? And the way the PB Pilon was structured so that the money has to be used in a certain way or you. Don't have forgiveness will. That's okay for big companies who have huge payrolls. But there's a lot of companies out there that don't have huge payrolls. They need that money for something other than people in the and. That's where I just wish governor would reach out and talk to people like Lauren asks them. They're ask them what they need or watch US tonight. Lauren thank you for your time. Share it up a mother and son mother and Sante Street team finding their way back before the break images we have from around the world on the one hundred thirty eight. Th Day of this global price look welcome back to our special report. Let's welcome tonight. Doris and Marco Toya Endorses Peruvian history. They sell their baked goods mostly to farmers markets and third party retailers. They've seen a drastic drop in sales. Good to see you both for thank you both for joining us. So Doris tell us what business has been like since the shutdown occurred. Are there any? Farmer's market's still open while the farmers market they close that there was just one permanent market. That was helping entrepreneurs small businesses with pre orders and. I know that there is another one that we are working with now at that also has a pilot program and he's doing the same thing reorders prepay order. So that's what they are working right now. Just two doors Geno. You're the American dream. You found an idea that product that people wanted and you give them something that they want an each year. You sell more of it. I mean that's really. The American dream and independent businesses like yours represent almost half the employment in the country. So congratulations to you but then all of a sudden this happens and it's has nothing to do with the way you ran your business must be such a shop for you but then I understand that you still haven't been able to get a P P P loan what's what's that journey been like. Yeah it was hard. It was really hard to get. The education was hard to do. I apply I send the application through an email in Dan. Day told me what you can get announcer Dan. I apply again through the their website. It was hard because every time that I wanted to look for some information that they were asking to the program was gone. I had to start again and again so he took me like a week to that. Finally I got a received number of the application and today while I was coming here to to see Marco I receive an email that it was approved. Well that's terrific news and I'd like to think it was because they knew you were going to be on CNBC tonight. And we're we're going to talk about that. So congratulations for that time isn't it? Is this kind of exactly. Is this kind of loan. The the thing that keeps you alive until you can get to the other side because absent this loan with all the farmers markets closed. What were you GONNA do? Yeah so we actually. To be honest we holding on to a lot of hope when it came to these loans. The didn't really necessarily have a plan. Otherwise obviously this came very unexpected. One saying these are unprecedented times. And you can't really prepare for something like this as a small business So we really were very hopeful on these loans and and these are great news that we were today but it was definitely a long long process. And just you know believing that it was gonNA happen and finally it did glad you made it what. I'm just curious market what you're GONNA do the loans with the money. Yes Lisa we have different plans Especially now that we have that those funds available First and foremost we definitely want to strengthen diplomacy we already have so our most popular Pastry is the Hort And we have a couple of different flavors for that. It's been we've seen great success with it. We definitely want enhanced promotion of it Whether through social media to other different channels as well to engage with our customers especially in the Danish reliving today it's very hard to promote them face to face. We're GONNA have to really utilize digital marketing for that And then on top of that. We also being a focused more on updating packaging to make sure it's attractive product For customers as well as any lab work needs to be done will also go into that Dorsey mark. Congratulations on the things that you're doing in the innovations that you've been doing to to get through this period and also what it's GonNa be like afterwards but I've got a question. This is still going to be a tough period for you. What is this doing to your retirement? Your plans for the future my plan for the future it's Like I know that I already have my kids. I raised my kids and they are doing their own life but I think that I have more years to go so I. I know that I that we have with so I know that we are GonNa do great. I have failed on that and I am planning to the future to that. I want to do these for my grandkids. Also so I want them to happy's already as a successful business so I keep working. I don't know at Brawley. I have to say run into God is GonNa call me I to keep working. Well we hope so that we've been looking at pictures of your pastries and they look absolutely delicious. Good luck to both of you. And thank you for joining US tonight. Doors AND MARCO MONTOYA NEXT UP. A veteran run business meeting in the faith of prices. We'll be right back. Welcome back now to flags of valor founded by two veterans special OPS pilots who hire other combat veterans to design manufacture rustic wood and metal flack co founder and owner. Brian Stores joins us now from Ashburn. Virginia Brian Welcome. So how do you and other veterans stand together in the face of crisis? What is your experience been like? Well I mean Sarah. Thanks for having US. It's been it's been crazy. Let's be honest. The small business and the uncertainty of everything and no matter how you plan and forecasts you know six months a year. Three years out Things Change. I think that you know our you know. Dynamic nature of being veterans in in deploying a lot You know it's it's it's all related and we have to adapt in pivot Dave. Yeah well Brian you know I was thinking about your journey. You know nine deployments overseas for combat missions and then you come back to the United States in a lot of ways. You're continuing the fight for the country by bringing manufacturing to the United States homegrown products raw-materials from the United States and then boom all of a sudden. This happens but then I was thinking. Maybe this is an opportunity for you because I see so often. In small businesses were a lot of energy generates very little profits. Maybe it's time to move away from the retail side of it which is probably a fair amount of work and just step on the gas on the parts of Your Business and now we're really working. Dave absolutely we you know. Ten percent of our revenue is from retail. And as it gets shut down you have to think outside the box. I mean we can't make keep you eat. We can't re reengineer machines and retool our machines to make face mask and sanitizer so we had a think outside the box. And what could we do? Will kids are stuck at home and we pivoted to. How do we make an educational product? That kids can do keep being creative and build something with their family and and learn something from an educational experience and talk about what the greatest country in the world means to them and we did that with with something as simple as as an eighteen dollars and fifty cents item and it saved us before the PCP. And we're very grateful for that. We're very grateful to reinvent ourselves. Yeah well you have. You know you're listening now in your customers telling you this is something we want and this could be an amazing opportunity to build your brand. Because I think about you know you're not just selling flags I mean you're really creating a brand. That could be something pretty substantial overtime. Don't you think absolutely I mean? We started making flags in my garage. We've exceeded that. We've we've come full scale. I mean we can make fifteen to thirty five thousand units a year so we've exceeded the garage based business that we started and now we are veteran American manufacturers so if it's medal of it would if it's a company wants to bring back their supply Jane back to America. That's what we'd be convincing people within shouting it from the rooftops for five years like made in America matters. And how do we continue to do that? Because it doesn't just impact us it. Impacts the timber companies impacts the small business that supplies the paper products that go into our advertising to the box companies to the shipping suppliers in effects. All of us. Well in many ways. You're fighting the war for the middle class right because you're building products that are good. Middle class manufacturing jobs which the middle class has been gutted over the last. You know almost a generation which makes me think about when you applied for your loan which was essential for your success. And it's worked out really well for you. 'cause you brought your voice back but I thought it was interesting that the first time you applied for your loan were turned down. We were as as much as we tried. And as much as you know my business partner handled that and he spent hundreds of hours in that and unfortunately it just. It didn't happen for us as we keep saying this but as hard as it was for us to not get approved the first time we still got approved. And we're not gonNA complain that we got money and we have to pay taxes on it. I mean it's helping us. We could either rollover or leaned forward and we chose to do the ladder and that was before the PC so thanks to our great network thanks to the Business Council within the US Chamber of Commerce and some of our great corporate partners like under armor got freedom like they've been there with us and they helped the help support us as a small business and we're grateful for that best of luck to you. Brian the flags look awesome. 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Hard Factor 6/1: A Discussion About Civil Unrest in America

Hard Factor

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Hard Factor 6/1: A Discussion About Civil Unrest in America

"Would it is. Joe Man Randy savage this factor in the risk. No one does it better now. But he does it better. Myself. told me something right down. A. Morning and welcome to another episode apart, b-actor presented by the Barstool News Network. It is Monday June I twenty twenty and. Anything happened this weekend. Guys I don't know if we have much to report on. That's it we're done. Tomorrow Yeah that was okay. Obviously shitloads happening in the world right now, We covered a lot of the George Floyd. Murder last week and we're going to continue that again today with the majority of this show being all about. What happened in Minneapolis and then the riots afterwards, and hopefully maybe some silver linings. If there are any at all so could you believe that for? Thirty something white guys didn't grasp the seriousness of the situation last week. Yeah Yeah. yeah are bad on not not a not replacing Florida man Friday with with. Little tone with the right with the riot news, but we are going to correct that today so pack. Our guys so yes, Wilson. We're going to get into all aspects of what's going on in this country but I think it's important to start with a little context. Right civil unrest in the streets. That's what we're reviewing. And there's a lot of discourse on on the Internet right now. There's a lot of discourse on social media because obviously what happens when they're severe, civil unrest is it's ugly. It's not pretty nasty things happen but there are reasons for those things in some respects and there's certain. Motivations that I. Think we need to be a little more open minded to so I'm just GONNA give a little context are talking points that we've gone over before. And some of them are tired, talking points, but I personally started thinking about them this weekend. In somewhat of a different context, and I think maybe it would be valuable to revisit them so starting out, guys I want to point out the United States was one of the last major companies to ball countries to abolish slavery, and that was in eighteen, sixty five. I know that we talk about. Hey, this country was built on the backs of black slaves, but really was, and it's not something that. I I only that bat slavery stopped in eighteen, sixty five, but black women didn't even have fully protected voting rights until one nine, hundred sixty five hundred years after exact analyst at a separate but equal right. You'RE GONNA. Get into all this. Okay so yeah I think you. Should we kind of revisit this stuff it and We always known this. We've always known that look you know. Of course. It's a dirty little secret because we're proud as Americans right, we're. WE'RE PROUD TO BE AMERICANS. We tout ourselves as the greatest country in the world. That's part of what our leaders have told us. That's part of our propaganda if you will as a motto. Well. That's not probably BARRACAS number one. I think that we're GonNa you know this situation's GonNa, make a stronger agree degrade otherwise. We're not number one. Is what I mean is we tout they were number one and I think when we're number one. We're number one it's it's easy to forget that there's some fucked up shit in our past. There's some really fucking shit in this country past that brought us to the place. We are today and one of the things that made us number. One guys was being able to essentially print money with black people doing slave labor and grow the cotton economy in the eighteen hundreds, which was the big export in the world. and we I think it was the south in the eighteen. Sixties or eighteen fifties had the. But I think the fourth biggest GDP of any country in the world that we're just talking about south of America not the entire country, so it's like. We were able to build on the on the backs of something horrible, and as you said we'll. It wasn't until even nineteen sixty five right where things. I think there was the last major civil rights. ACT FOR, African. American Jim Crow and with Jim Jim Crow added in one, thousand, nine, hundred, fifty six. In eighteen sixty, no more slavishly, and then they said okay. Cool your free black people right? It wasn't like that they were they were talked. They couldn't do shit because because there was so much hate and there was so much systemic built in racism where people didn't see black people as equal so they put in the Jim Crow laws like you're Freeman, but you can't. Can't actually be free. You can't do things like they put laws in that prevented them from from being full human, even before that when you skipped ahead like they had what the three fifths compromise, great black people, three fifths of a human being after in terms of how they are counted out how they're counting. Vote and Shit and like census like there's yeah, yeah, so. So eight the Jim Crow Laws Nineteen. Fifty four segregation ended nineteen, sixty five. The Voting Rights Act which assigned that re removed the use of literacy for people of African American descent to have to vote, so it's guess what it's like. The school system isn't teaching black people to vote the school system and the government systems are treating them like second class citizens, and they're. They're not learning to read, so they're using this terrible systemic racism. This is the example systemic racism like you WanNa come to the vote and be an American citizen. Will could you pass literacy test right? So that was the voting rights act was in eighteen, sixty, five and I WANNA point out guys that happened in the Senate. Did you see eighteen nineteen sixty five? Seventy seven to nineteen in the Senate and Nineteen guys guys. Guys back then. I don't think there were too many gals. Nineteen guys didn't want. An Eighty eighty-five members of the House of Representatives didn't want so essentially one fourth of the officials in this country did not want to abolish a literacy test before you had to take a vote, which was clearly used to keep black people down. So I just want to point out also it's. It was probably really hard to enjoy a beatle mania. Right who's really hard to enjoy beatle mania when you were still being so oppressed by your country that you couldn't. Go vote honestly, and there were people trying to prevent you from voting. The Beatles came over in nineteen sixty four. Think so. I Think it's important as white people to relate that like our parents passed that onto us like what was the biggest thing that happened the when they were kids the? The. That's you because you've got some you come from a hippie family. Pat, that's you hippies. No, that was not the does not the biggest thing for every family. Beatle Mania! It's a lookout took a link to give. Can't believe not. Everyone was raised on the backbones of Beatlemania. Everyone was marketing and it's not. Anyway guys I think important to kind of revisit that stuff and understand the context of how we got to. Where we are right, it's just there's a system that has been slow to change. Oh, dark past we have a dark past with race relations, and also you know relations with minority populations also females to you know it's like. America hasn't been the most accepting. It's been the white man's country and they've. Very slow reluctant to give up any type of power from the start my wife and I like to joke at our house, and it's not a very guess. It's not funny thinking about it in context. We'd like to joke around and we do. WHO rules the world? Girls was the Spice World Song. Beyond beyond say, WHO'LL EXCITE USA. That's even worse than I'm saying, but then we, we replace that with a rich white men as what we do as a joke. That's. The founding fathers. That was their thing they were. To be a landowner, man and And they say. That that that that that people that out patriotism and I'm Patriot myself, but the people that use patriots of his way they tout the constitution that. We believe that all men are created equal right. What a joke! What a joke! There is a big big. Compromise, time with one hundred years after that right right so little credit equal except for black men or three. And people, a lot of people will make it arguments say well heads. It's been abolish slavery two hundred years ago. Come on. Guys. Guess what it ain't. It ain't changing any change your fast enough this is this is a byproduct of that right the last civil rights. Legislation Pat like you mentioned was in like sixty five right and so array sixty four civil rights sixty four, so yeah, so in the voting rights after that Yup sixty five, so then there's like you. You, there's going to be like there's been iterative changes in the way. Race race relations happened in America from the start and then. This is the next evolution we've, but we gotta be better from this comp going for right, so there's a couple police. Statistics, we should put out there so cigars. According to the nonprofit mapping police violence, ninety nine nine percent of police killings. From two thousand and thirteen to twenty, nine, hundred not resulted in officers, being charged with a crime. I mean I think that right? There tells you yeah to settling. The issue there and I. I'll get to this. My sexual layers is that right now? police basically are absolved of any wrongdoing. Kill somebody in the line of duty if they feel that their life is in danger, right and so right now and obviously when you have. Lawyers protecting you. With. Through Union and every everything, and you have that rule in existence it gets abused, and it leads to this situation where you know it it. It's almost impossible to prosecute officer right especially before body cams, and all that exist and it was a fucking. Impossible cameras are really change changing the game. That's why this all happened is because. George Floyd but it's also. It's also important to note that you know. The vast vast majority of police officers are are great people. It's not I. Don't think that's the. Up for debate really That shouldn't be up for debate I. Think it's more it's more we'll look here's. Here's an example you look at you just Google, police shooting on Youtube and you'll find five easy. That are black and white clear. Of of a man, being shot to death, for no reason and body, getting these were from two thousand fourteen today, so it's like five. Abel's right there and ninety nine percent of them are prosecuted. It's it several times a year for we're not talking about that I. Think I think the more important that we're talking about is what is systemic racism and what is our perception? What is the country's perception I WANNA? WanNa point this out. I. Don't know if you guys saw that video on twitter that was coming out about a woman shooting outside of her high rise building down at the ground. I think it was Chicago, and it was a macy's, and a group of people were running into the macy's to loot it and the people in the background who were shooting. The video sounded like a like a white. Girls Brunch. Positive, but that's based on the voice that what it sound like and one of the white. Girl said. This is not what George would have wanted. And I think you mean join Washington notions floyd. Oh, George, Floyd! Floyd would want I mean how does she? Is She presuming to be in that position and I. think that's that's what I wanNA use his opponent before we move onto the next section and I think I, have to say to white Americans is the White America myself. We can't speak for George Floyd or black people, whoever and and we also can't pretend. We can't completely understand the pain and frustration of them having a voice, and and what we can even begin to understand. I wouldn't say completely understand. I don't think we can really begin to understand you haven't been no. You haven't gone through those experiences. If you're not in the oppression for like a white male is like what what are the talking points Lake piss about affirmative action, so you can. You gotTA. You gotTA. Go to cal Berkeley. If ever four to instead of like right Harvard, like fuck off like this comes from. There's no. There's no, there's done. There's no hardships. You're right and truth. Be told look we can't. We can't know what it's like to be black and look a lot of people like like everyone on this show probably listening at home. You don't like inequality. Inequality. You have people that you're friends with. That are African American and you sit there, saying we. We're the same like we can. Right like I will fight for you to make sure you get the same opportunity, and that's not your job as a white person, your job as a person who's just listen yeah, and and and realize and acknowledge that there's a difference. In the way that you're treated in this country because your skin color, and as much as you want it to be equal today, it's not so so that's our job. PATS, that point I mean. That's listening is definitely a part of the job, but. Other than that it's it's like no one really knows like a lot of people are calling for for for action like. Out, don't be just greenest agreement. No one knows. Has I. Think I think here. In this. In this role, you can be supportive, certainly hundred. Everyone was supportive of could be guess what I mean matter movement. Don't for sure. You can't sit here and presume if you haven't gone through that same type of treatment. From from the public and from people in positions of power. You can't presume to know what the answers are. What the real problems are because you just don't know you haven't lived that life can sympathize. You cannot empathize and I'm not. I'm not saying don't act. I'm not saying that what's over what I'm seeing is probably the most valuable thing you can do is support your black brothers and sisters by listening, and then looking inward and saying we're prejudices, prejudice is do I have. How can I face them? How can I come to terms with the prejudice because we all have them? and. How can I? How can I work them out myself? How can I explore ideas myself so that I'm not pissed off when I hear about affirmative action like a lot of white male Americans in this country. How do I get past that? How do I get to a place of true equality? I think about. Maybe not necessarily specific issue, but race in general right, you can't be you. You can't Be Looking looking at other human beings and thinking that that they are. In any way less than yourself because of because of a pigmentation. So, so except for except for the homeless. Yes. Just. Just trying to throw you. True and fifteen minutes. We move on before you judge black twitter social media in the streets who seemed to be encouraging? What you think might be an irrational response to the situation like violence right when no one's condoning violence, but just understand that right now. They're pissed off and right now. They want to watch the world burn, and that's and that's the I'm sure. There's a time that people that. Not all of them, but some of them say before you judge. We're going to get into. The majority of people want to watch the world. Burn on our agreeing. Agree like Antifa, those fucking but. That there's an uncontestable frustration that these people are feeling, and you just need to respect that in some respects. That's what I'm getting it though frustrated. Right to be and George Floyd his memory. You know everybody saw that video. And you are if we don't improve race relations in America after that video of him being murdered by three cops. Watched and then you know all of these riots in the US and worldwide if you can't improve definitely, not number one anymore, why watch a lot of videos of? Killer Mike Speech. Videos read Brandon's blog on barstool sports watch some twitter videos of the peaceful protesters, the the the thirty one year, old guy talking to the sixteen year old kid in the forty six year old guy. Yeah. We, covered station. There's frustration there that that is warranted and needs to be at wool, sympathized with yeah, and it's because is I'll go over this shit like Wilson earlier has been going on, and this has been the fucking problem with every single one of these bad riots for a long time. It's this police brutality and in this bullshit, and that's and it hasn't changed. Obviously, so I mean you can fuck Jesus Christ. I let's talk about. This particular round of protests. In some cases riots, let's get into some some kind of statistics. If you will. The the protest started in Minneapolis Tuesday night peacefully after George Floyd was killed on Memorial Day. And obviously it's not just because George Floyd. That was just kind of what sparked, but they quickly spread to other cities, moving to New York, I and then by Sunday evening, which was the six day and night in a row protest mass protests they'd spread to over seventy five cities in the US and some large international cities like Berlin, Toronto and London Ethan. So they it took off like it was. It wasn't just Minneapolis. It's the whole country now. It's international. All the same of sentimentality of we've had enough forty us. Cities issue curfews as of Sunday night across twenty, one states the largest issuance of curfews sense the aftermath of the assassination of Martin. Luther King Junior in nineteen sixty eight, so three years after that last act was passed. They killed Martin Luther King. Junior shot the national. Guard was activated and at least fifteen states. People are getting hurt out there as well. Videos are all over twitter. You can see him. protesters are getting shot in the head and is with rubber bullets. Multiple people have lost is multiple. People have lost their lives. At the time of this recording. Luckily, it's only been. Like maybe a handful of people that have died through the protests that hasn't been a lot, but a lot of injuries. Lot of hospitalizations lie lots of fights going a rubber bullet. Guys is a less lethal ammunition is not a nonlethal immunise ships last lethal. Yes, it can kill you. Yes, yeah, it's got what like a five percent chance of hit you in the hat is. There was some video twitter someone in Austin today. That may or may not be dead. There were there limp lifeless body was being carried by eight protesters screaming. Look what you did. You Kill Them shot with a rubber bullet and he's bleeding from the head and they gave him to. The police knows if that person's alive I guess some people do whatever yeah. Shopowners with knives and swords are getting beaten nearly to death, an eighteen wheeler barreled. Barreled, through a group of thousands of people blocking on thirty-five Minneapolis. Luckily, it was going fast. Luckily, it didn't hit anyone. They also coming and they got on the way. The truck drivers arrested a twenty year old man was shot and killed in the protests in Detroit Federal Agent Patrick Underwood was shot and killed in Oakland. Another federal agency was injured. Jr Smith beat the shit out of Little Twat that was fucking with his car in La. Thousand. Five! Idiot, buildings have been destroyed. Shops destroyed malls destroyed gas stations destroy buildings looted You name it destruction everywhere. Thousands of people were arrested in the US over the weekend like three thousand people at least for violating curfew for burglary for damaging property assault, other crimes. Twenty three people were arrested in London's traffic. Our Travel Square during the. Trafalgar. Thank you. That's what I meant to say sorry Andrew. Some police officers did a great job de escalating, but joining him protests in Flint, Michigan, or talking to the crowd of protesters like the officer from Atlanta some. Video Liz Gonzales tweeted if you haven't seen that video the flint. Chief of police joined the protest. Peace officers also escalated the situation to arrested in Atlanta on Sunday after mayor bottoms. Who had a great speech? This weekend ordered the be charged. which is what leadership should done in Minnesota? No. It's her name. Jesus Christ Paddock Makishi bottom. On the news all we've, she's like one of the top stars. This entire thing might be vice president. Yeah, we're getting to that latest. She she. She ordered them be charged, and they were within twenty four hours. for just teasing to oh I mean this was Atlanta. ATLANTA ATLANTA ATLANTA AND MINNESOTA MINNESOTA A billion miles city so far. There's a video on twitter of an awesome. Yeah, already talked about that. The Austin person got shot in the head protested outside the white. House calls the White House to go on lockdown weekend. trumpers rumored to be taken to a bunker briefly. At least sixty secret service agents were injured. During the protest, it's unclear if trump tweeted about potentially releasing the most vicious dogs and ominous weapons from the bunker, or if it was just when he was on lockdown. The vast majority of the protests were peaceful guys, but there were riots in several major cities there was looting and several major cities, although from the looks the videos all over the Internet. It certainly wasn't all black people or even predominantly black people, causing the destruction seems like in Portland and a lot of places. It was Antifa I'm talking about ninety pound white kids soaking wet with a length, hair and stupid Dan Dan not all kids the old guy in DC. Who's WHO's hammering? The street was like he was like sixty, and he was wearing like a Antifa by all black. Get up! The kid the kid of the NBA. Building in Atlanta was that little fucker with the skateboard. He was the one that was starting all the shit. I'm trying to break the glass. He was the one that was being the most aggressive in Reno. There was a riot Saturday night in the black lives. Matter protests was happening across the street from City Hall all of a sudden four unrelated white guys come up and just bash the windows out of City Hall with Baseball Bats. Who are they right and that's interesting is will what I was doing. My Research Reno has one of the worst. On, black men being shot statistics of any city in America, I'm curious one, so there's unrest. There were protests were not African Americans who creating the share. The riots were. Caused by most the riots were started in Reno by four white guys who came up with baseball bats and started destroying property when the black lives matter protests, the official black lives matter protests was across the street, peacefully, protesting and channing George fluids. They had to cancel. The black lives matter protests in Austin, but they cancelled pretty much everywhere the like on Sunday, because of the because they realize Antifa was like just like steering them in the wrong direction and riot up, but the purchase continued we should. We should point out that forty million Americans have filed for unemployment which. I don't think we should focus on, but we don't know. For sure the lockdown. Can, you least let the fucking. Black people have their protests. For Fuck Sake like you stupid. fucking assholes like leave it alone. You're trying to take over their goddamn protest, and then you give them a bad name by fucking causing more destruction than them, and it's just. It's pathetic fucking. Then guess what the news shows. Exactly the protest in in wherever went violent. They don't say because of ANTIFA. By the way and attorney. General Bill Barr declared them a terrorist group. They're off twitter. After they tweeted out, we should be attacking the suburbs tonight. Now banned from twitter. They're a terrorist group, and all those fucking losers and. From their mom's basement are going to get sent away for a long time, the same treatment is the clan now so good for you ANTIFA. On that list, they are pieces of Shit I'm no and Yeah I. Mean it's it's it's it's sucks. It's bad There's no real indication of when. The protests may stop or if they just will pause and then resume on the weekend. Later this week I mean. It seems like until something's changed legislation wise with rhetoric from leadership in an all the above I don't think they're going to just completely stop all of a sudden. It seems like the genie is out of the bottle for real. This time and people are mad as hell and they're not gonNA. Take it anymore. So more to come on on like when cities might stop protesting, but I just don't know until something changes I doubt it's going to be like completely just back to normal Monday Tuesday when it's going to take some time. It's a horrible problem. I mean yeah. I mean the actual bullets. Real bullets are coming unfortunately, and that's the sad part nonlethal around for now from the national. I'm Lowest I. Beg to differ a little bit because they video that came out Sunday night where the the ANTIFA was trying to free the brick right from the sidewalk to throw it, and the the African American purchasers grabbed him. To the police and there was an African American boy who is caught up with the guy and the cops. Are you go back and you can protest? Should happen, but that's the protests you you need to separate the. ANTIFA, from other different groups. And then there's Antifa were trying to incite. COPS. ON THE COPS! But that's. The people most of the people involved are big people. Pat In all groups police out protesters. Most most people are good. It's just hard to separate when when there are the small, not awful apples mainly from Antifa they. They're good at what they do. They're good at inciting their good at blending in the. They've made it an art form. Luckily, they're finally a terrorist group, but like. They're gonNA. Continue to play partners right? They've escalated its so much and then guess what happens. When the real bullets come out, more shit happens where police are being brutal, we're. Probably more salary. That's what. Got Us, not to go the opposite direction right so. It's. An update on the you know cities and stuff west. What are you guys? Thank you all. Unfortunately, I've I. I just want to give you guys like little history of of some of the some shit like this. That's happened. In our country fund research, yes, some fun research, looking at some of the other riots in our in our country and and I. gotTa Tell You from the research you know it's. It's all about mostly race it's it's based on race injustice. Before nine hundred sixty four civil rights has passed. It was a lot of fucking white people attacking black people. Those are the riots right? Why people, going black neighborhoods, terrorizing them and then you know it's it now because of the police brutality. In sixty eight. I mean that was back in the nineteen hundreds or early late eighteen hundreds. Sixty, the first sixty four is when the civil rights. Act was passed, but US Go to to the watts riots. The first one kind of like is the the big one that people talk about right Nine hundred sixty five year after civil rights August eleventh seventeenth. A black woman was pulled over for reckless driving got a she was pregnant. It got out that that the police were. Injured her. They were not fair with her. That premature please brutality on a black pregnant woman. Ride started six six days of unrest, thirty two deaths forty million dollars in damage. National Guard thirty five hundred arrests. This is like you know. This is one of the big ones that people talk about in in today's narrative when we talk about rise in the country, nineteen, sixty eight, like we said fascinated, Martin Luther King over one hundred cities, forty deaths, twenty five hundred injuries fifteen thousand arrests. How it was. Really, really big Then you go. I mean the countless big and small countless based on race. Right I mean. It's it's terrible. Changed. Exchange. Not Tons not his change. That's the thing is. We're right back here. Right back to nine hundred sixty five. This police brutality, which is causing this shit, not only we're. We're definitely in the late sixties. We had another rocket launch this weekend. It's like we're like right back in the sixties exactly so you go to nine, hundred, ninety, two, another huge when the La Riots of course Rodney King was beaten by those four officers. It was one of the ones the first ones that was captured on video, right? We talked about that earlier with with the videos made all this more. People our age in our age bracket is a big was big. Oh just clearly is not jail just for for that for these younger cats don't know OJ Simpson? Essentially being acquitted of murdering to humans was more or less retribution for Rodney King. And a lot to do with it. You're saying it was a makeup call. It was big up call. Hundred percent tackle okay. Well so, what the what what happened there is is that. Is that wants? The police officers were acquitted. The right started they were acquitted unable, twenty, nine, hundred, eighty, two the rise lasts, until may third sixty three people killed. It's twelve thousand arrested over one billion dollars in damage I. Mean I can remember you. Guys can can probably remember. Some of the images on TV is is crazy But is a of what six years ago. The Ferguson writes Michael Shooting of Michael Brown I was the riots when he was shot. Then there was the riots when that police officer Darren Wilson was not indicted. Than the anniversary of his death, more riots Wasn't Eric Garner around until. Yeah, there was that was yes, he was the first. I can't breathe like. There we could be here literally all fucking day. Yeah, we're. Talking about these these jobs as The same issue when you're looking at the same exact issue, the same fucking issue from that like I said back in the eighteen hundreds it was. It's all race and injustices in, and and that's they see. Unfortunately, it's they see black people as different than their selves that that's what he's. Got To acknowledge the problem right and I think. The cameras like we're talking about earlier is a game changer. This is putting it in your face. You can't deny when you look at that video of what happened to George Floyd. You can't look at that and say that there's not a problem there. You just. Absolutely insane, so people can't keep sweeping it on the rug now. What is what is that? Though like it's it's a fear. Right like the cops are afraid of the black people in the black ten. S. And then there may be. Maybe it's the racism should. Our maybe like growing up. Maybe a little bit more diversification. The the friends groups when you guys well, let me give you a quick example, so it's GonNa take a long time. African Americans for example guaranteed they get. They get treated in hospitals. They've they've I think. I think I a second twenty or thirty percent higher mortality rate in childbirth to to die right and that's that's the case whether they're white doctors, treating them or a black doctors treating them. So I it it comes down to sit the system. It comes under prejudices. It comes down to ideas it comes down to. Not perceiving that person not seeing that person in the same way as you see yourself, and these are people that aren't necessarily like that. You wouldn't say they were racist. Maybe you? They're not overtly racist if you ask them. Are you racist if you ask them if you show if you said? Is it okay to say the end where they might say no? Of course, it's not okay to say that, but for whatever. But you need a culture change. Law Enforcement and and Change. It's the law enforcement people. It'd be this. Guy Had eighteen priors You can't allow people like that on the fucking forced. This shit like this is going to continue to happen. That's just the bottom line. If you don't. If you don't get rid of these fuckers immediately, they start showing signs of this brutality in this power. fucking you know. Able to certainly better than the situation now which is like it's nearly impossible to convict enough. It looks like Minnesota's pretty dark history police force wise with attacking minorities and black people to the point where what's left of anonymous docs like. They put out a video. Saying that's knocked up. That's terrible. It should not have done that. have gotta be out there like the. Lives right now, people from anonymous yet. They don't need to be attacked apparent. Their family doesn't need to protect their kids their houses. The few people from anonymous that haven't been arrested are about to get arrested. If if that was really that was really anonymous house mistake on their part, but yeah. Bring up the point Minnesota hasn't pretty brutal history of police land accustomed. Be Out there. Yeah, those police don't want to be out there. I mean the National Guard certain isn't going to be out there. They WANNA be like helping hurricane victims or some shit. They don't WanNa be You know in these fucking riots. I can promise you that It's they're out there trying to there's hope to found somewhere there has to do you look at other third third I mean we been going on for a long time. They we will be better as a society when this is all said and done two thousand twenty the worship, but this is this was longtime coming. Feels that way, but judging by the past. I think we need to. We need to hear from leaders to near places. Oh absolutely let's guys. Let's move it over the next. Let's talk about. Legislation Stuff. I'M GONNA. Do Reactions and and what can be done to to help things from the perspective of four white guys knowing that we don't. We're not really qualified to say on this issue, but we'll try. So, let's start with the bad reactions I the bad reactions on on twitter, and just over the weekend and so so hang on. Let me stop you. This is kind of like a winners. Losers type thing a little bit so. this I'm I'm GONNA go over who who had a bad show? Okay, yes, response, a bad showing in response to the to the entire everything after George Floyd. George Floyd's. Murder. And then and then I'm gonNA, go onto a list of people who had great reactions. Some things you might want to check out. PERF is so bad reactions. I first group of people with bad reactions, white people in general whether it was a conservative pundit railing about how rioters should be jailed for life or white people like pat mentioned earlier posting nonstop about what they did, and what they think about the protests and the riots. not making it about the black lives matter movement, just lots of bad tape in general out there for lots of whites from this weekend, so yeah, what's what's the? What's the tweet called when you tweet and it's like it was like a George Floyd was on the ground for eight minutes in like they just do like the whole tweet of the the facts. It's supposed to be a powerful tweet I can't tell you how many of those fucking saw. You know like he was a two minutes unconscious. I Don I mean talking about the mastercard style commercials I guess yeah, exactly those tweets on those bad looked notes will if you're using the word thugs guys. As Oh, yeah. We're to that code for an. We're getting. We're getting. We're getting his reaction. He's also on the bad reaction list. Local and state government in Minnesota. I should've gotten the names of the mayor who completely useless and the governor who's also completely uses in Minnesota it'd been a complete dumpster fire. I don't even I didn't even care to get their names because they're going to be out of jobs, not the body anymore. We know that. What's that? It's not Jesse the body Ventura anymore. We know that we wish it was. Always to turn journals Keith Ellison Right Anybody besides these two should have been in charge of Minnesota I Aaron. Governor didn't take all four cops involved in the murder of George George Floyd into custody to stop the riot from occurring in the first place, and in fact, they've done so bad that three of the four who are involved are still free with reportedly two of them, having fled the state so from the start, really complete lack of control in Minnesota absolute bungle by the government. They're on the. They're on the naughty list for sure. Let me let me button for one second album chart club was the press. No she was, she shared a chance to finally changed. Longtime ago and she let him go. I was GonNa say you you mentioned fled the state which leads me back to like the protests. A lot of the violence and looting started from out of state people in Minnesota and came Oh. Yeah to. On the story been lying in, they were flying into cause problems there. Oh, they're bad reactors. Next up on the bad reaction list after the local and state government Minnesota Minneapolis, Minnesota, federal, government, and so far. This has been Charlottesville two point Oh for Donald Trump in my opinion. From the shooting starts when the looting starts tweet to thugs, PAT mentioned subsequent others shoots tweets, demonizing protesters everywhere and blames just all at least Joe vicious dogs I don't know what Super Joe has to do with this nothing. Also also don talked to the floyd. Family who said that he was a shitty listener phone, and that he didn't really listen at all, and then he's talked over in the whole teeth, so they said they said he said what he had to say and didn't listen to us. So Donald Trump has blown. It blown it completely on the on top of the local and state government, blowing it already below him, so you have Democrats at the local state level. fucking it up. Then you have a Republican in the White House totally fucking it up it just complete meltdown time, fuck ups, and it's unacceptable. This is a serious problem facing America and we can't have these shitty politicians out there. Just fucking up our reaction there must be leaders is supposed to be a fucking. Leave your time to shine. And so sorry I got so heated about that, but those were some very. Someone said on twitter the other day, and I I loved the concept I. You know. I wish that Obama and Bush were were giving a joint. State of the Union. You Know I. Wish I wish that someone. I wish someone we identified as a leader. Those guys were holding hands being like. Let's stop this America instead we have a politician making lettuce both those guys have their own issues, but they don't have their issues in terms of leadership, talk and talk and times of crisis and and and. And which is you know? Trying to be positive, trying to unify people as opposed to what's going on now. It's absurd wheel. I, think what trump needs to do. We're talking about. What could we do to get better? He needs to work with the Black Caucus now to figure out how he's GonNa get executive orders and legislations underway to to fix some of this shit to at least make start making attempts to figure out how how to make changes instead. He's just talking about how he's GonNa kill looters look. Order. Does that even fucking mean if he if he would have had to a semblance of of presidential and amphitheater whatever this week he could have, he could. Have you know if you? Go! He might have won the election imagine if he flown. Imagine me. Florida march with George for his family. Which is what needs fucking? Yeah, that's what needs to happen. He's losing I'll be honest with you. I probably was gonNA. Go trump over Biden. In the election, but he has. He has lost me this week before. Everyone gets all up in arms, and it's like Oh. These four fucking Lib Cox. This is We're bashing the Democrat leadership Oh yeah. said the Minneapolis balls loser. Governor all. Behind trump. Good for you, but if you can't fuck and see that he's bundled the situation, fucking, moron. By by going and making a change that actually makes a difference, but it the way that he reacted to it horrible, terrible, fucking awful thugs. Thugs is code word was messages. It's not like. All his messages like stop looting and Is the worst. We're going to arrest you. We're going to be tried. You're going to be hundred percent. Shoot you. It's all negative. It's all like. Wasn't why isn't positive? Why is he always? Challenging Yeah one thing. That gave them more presidential speech. Oh clayborn -solutely has joe. Biden speech was more presidential. It's also horrible. He barely made it through, and still was still has remembering anything name, but at least he is trying to be positive and try. He's trying. to He tried to bring the country together he's trying to. The trump is just not is dividing even more, and it's in a time like this. That's fucking. Just because he wants to win a buck an election right now, and that's an and sometimes it supersedes that Shit. He's made. He's trying to fuck election. Posture race could win the election. He's losing good. He's lost his harms. He's still could he needs to do some legislation. Things get get out of the House for himself. He stepped in it big time. Abused pilot all right next up the worst reaction. This is my my was the worst reaction. Evolve was all those out of town. You know people coming in to to fly in. You know to not necessarily protest peacefully. But caused problems, and that is what we covered earlier. ANTIFA getting tossed onto the domestic terrorist list so. Those guys organized that Kinda Shit putting bricks out on the street for people to break windows all that Shit. Encouraging riders start invading white people's homes. And so you know the DOJ rightfully tag them as domestic terrorists after all that so you know they probably had the worst reaction, somehow even worse than the politicians in charge of the municipalities that are. Burning so. Who does this? ANTIFA have like a leader like who the fuck is sitting there. It's like it's like a group. You know it's like A. Group, except right, but did they had one guy. That's like you know they're. They're fucking spokesperson. If they do. It's like my space. Tom, and not. Bag of win like a bag in the wind. It's interesting because I. Know that much about them is they punch Richard Richard Spencer in the face I was funny. I was like yeah. I kind of like to see in TV. Beg At twenty sixteen, but then like they're cowards. What why? They didn't they didn't Punch Richard? Spencer in the face face to face. They came from behind. beat up because. All, they do not. The point. Is just they pat the virgins in cells. They don't. They're communists. They have they have a handrails there sign there in cells they they can't make money on their own. They live in their parents basement. The don't have anything so the only thing they have for. Excitement thrills like causing riots like this is just. This is their thing that they're good at the only thing they're good at. anti-fascists for me. It would be like to have some sort of positive outcome. No Yeah. They want Communism Pat Sichel Hammer. That's what they have on the side. So that's that's the positive outcome for I think and now finally onto the good reactions I. WE I'm tired of screaming at this Mike. Good Reactions Derek show vans, wife, that was the main murdering cop. She divorced him one day after his arrest. By Her yes, yeah! That's awesome. Awesome, so insult to injury for Derek also. Very suspect whether his sperm is functional, because she has two kids, but neither of them are from him, so yeah you know Derek Chevron's was like honey. If this sign that you're looking for I, don't know what is. Derek Shaw WTN's going to get murdered in prison. I think that's partially why it's very hard to convict an officer because you assume that yet. Let's point out that this guy was. This is not a first time this Guy Ono. Of Char had a chance to stop it. It's a mess. She's out for VP hurt. Her career is about to be over well probably over. The. The one and only killer Mike. If you haven't seen his speech from Atlanta on I, think Friday or Saturday night. I mean the thing was incredible. He was encouraging people in Atlanta to protect their loved ones not destroy property. Because what does that really saw I don't want to be here. And then work for a better tomorrow by taking civic. As in filling out your census form, registering to vote, and then actually learning about the people in your community and overall who you want to vote for so that you can help make better improvements for the whole country. It's like eight minutes long at fucking rocked my world this morning. I listen to. It is good. Yes, fantastic. I would've love to see that. Run the Jewels Ridge against the machine tour. That didn't happen. Has Hbo Show is really good. That came out last. I. Mean I flex I. Think He Wins Best Speech for sure yeah. That, that was that was the speech of the of the weekend. also another great speech Atlanta Mayor, Kisha Bottoms who provided amazing leadership for Atlanta and through her work. This weekend in my estimation is probably now the favorite to be Biden's VP pick predicted dot org slash promo slash heart factor twenty. If you want to bet on that, she's at like eight or ten cents. And rising. Yeah so a lot of work, I used to do a lot of work in Atlanta I love the team there and this weekend the way the city handled. It made me miss that city a lot. That was just intern camps from Atlanta. Yeah so just like. Atlanta's an amazing city. The USA is an amazing country We've obviously got major healing to do. From are extremely dark history of slavery and segregation like we covered earlier. But what a better time than now you know to do! All of that West covered. We've been just. Non Stop rioting against race relations in the problems. We have with forever. Let's do something about it. So one thing I did was I followed the advice of killer Mike. He kind of you know He. He went after CNN, a little bit for all of the fearmongering race baiting do on their channel and I I thought that was a great idea. So I not only un-filed. CNN stop watching them. Did the same with MSNBC Fox Huffington Post Bloomberg, Breitbart all those in the garbage can for me I'm GONNA stick to call a stick people that aren't trying to propaganda my ass all the fucking time. Agenda based yeah yeah exactly. Spats Fox. Equally. One is live ice of. Hyper partisan bullshit and the trash killer Mike encourage me to, and so far I've been happy for it. And also finally I've got some knowledge about what the police world is like on the inside at least in Texas from my wife used to do some work down there and so to me like I was saying really I think what needs to happen with law enforcement. In the country generals, a culture change and law enforcement particular three things that I see from from what she used to work with police all the time. was that training mental health, support progressive discipline those are the three things I think you can really improve right. Cops need more sensitivity training. Obviously so that they approach every situation, the same and they need to be skilled with trauma and stress management, because as stressful as your job is, you're not carrying unless you are copper or or a soldier, you're not carrying around gun and facing situations about am I going to have to or not shoot another human, and they have to be human enough not to kill. Kill a random citizen, even if the situation is hyper tense like it usually is, and so if they do harm the public in any way, then you need to easily be able to weed them out and deal with them more like regular criminals like patents for talking about earlier I'm going to add one more thing to that. Will they need to be paid more? I, think in general you can require. Forget with what? Encourages competition if you'RE GONNA if you're going to have all these things what you need, what you mentioned all the training, all the skill set. You need to pay more pay. The police absolutely and you need more positions right. There's these would create positions on the force. That didn't exist before. People who are taking care of mental health people required. Counseling and stuff like that I mean. Stuff that's that's optional today for officers and a lot of times. They don't do it because the counselors will report back anything they say to internal affairs and they might get. Sidelined for a couple of weeks, so it's like you got. There's a whole issue and then the unions being able to just totally kill all of the attempts to convict people who do make mistakes on the job, and so there's just all kinds of things you gotta. You gotTA attack it from multiple angles, but you have to do it. I think that they have to get something going really soon on that. What's the point of this? Otherwise otherwise? Why are we also upset if they're not GONNA? If the government federal government is not going to enforce stuff. To improve, hey, hey, on that point of pain, the more the when the more you think of other. That's so smart, because just like if you're in a position where your job might be to kill someone rightfully. Or not. That's fucking intense man. It's ridiculous. Ridiculous other not paid more. Let me say on the mental health sport thing like. These. They also need access to to like. We'll mental health sport like imagine carrying all that Shit that they have to come home with, and that may not have to talk to. They need to be able to like free therapy they need do like therapy can fucking help everyone I don't care who you are, but especially if you're a police officer under the amount of stress they are. Not only police officer I think therapy for the whole country. Right do a whole world. In terms of in terms of like improving that and we don't. We don't have all the answers. There's a lot of smarter people than the. Smarter people that they're talking about this today. Listen but. It's important to care about this. That's to that point. Again of. claimer we're not black. And we're not we're any. Spider though police. Are Very deep smooth voices sure. Yeah! I'm sure people are confused so that. Only our perspective that we just covered and I. 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It forced us to not social distance or a lot of people, not social. We're GONNA live. The band ended abandoned. Get a Lotta. Ended social distancing. It did on a herd of herd immunity going on. So. Let's kill update here. CORONA VIRUS UPDATES six million cases worldwide over six, million, almost three, hundred and seventy five thousand deaths. The US almost one point nine million cases over one hundred and five thousand deaths, rounding out the top five Brazil Russia Spain and the UK so Brazil after all that fucking talk is now number two. Guys by the way Brazil is was one of the only two countries to end slavery after us here in the United States. They were they were assigned South Africa. Well, that was the primary route was Brazil to West Africa Yup. That, was a fun route. Also back to the plug. We didn't get to them, but W we predicted dot org slash Promo Slash Heart factor twenty Bolsonaro is now like climbed like number one Latin leader to be next removed because he's. He's done such a complete psychopath because this is psycho. Pandemics. Ended up as number two right right well, smarts and hot water, yeah, right so some of the bigger news print court shot down the request of a church in California to block the restrictions against their right to assemble. Justice Roberts made the vote five to four saying quote, although California's guidelines place restrictions on places of worship. Those restrictions appear consistent with the free exercise clause of the First Amendment. Similar to similar more severe restrictions apply to compare comparable secular gatherings. Including lectures concerts movies, showing spectator sports theatre so You know those places are are still closed, so you know I guess churches should be. Doesn't matter now like they made that ruling before like like everyone protest in the world. Listen now. It's Kinda. Like people are going to need a lot of church after all this shit. Let me tell you. Know. I think the John Roberts, would have a made it five four, and the other direction on I'd say Monday. If the vote was on Monday, I duNno, it probably would've yeah. cavenaugh was of course, the other ones dissenting from that sentiments, saying the church and its congregants simply want to be treated equally to comparable secular businesses. California already trust is resident and they should serve beers right. I like to think a church gatherings as bars full as possible right. Yeah, so. Do. I just watched his Love, beers thing. Always always say what cavenaugh definitely drink ten beers with him. Quickly maybe. And then also in some some some good news to Chinese firms, so they'll have vaccine by December China's Wuhan Institute of Biological, products and Beijing Institute of Biological Products announced. They're entering phase two. Good News, we can trust it. I think it might pass on the Chinese. Corona virus vaccine. One in America also for December, so they have the Goddamn vaccine the whole time, guys. They had the vaccine. Heard Guy. No I'm not I don't. Think. It's cool I'm just saying you're conspiracy theorists. They're thinning the herd right by that by that logic that that means that every basically would have been on it Kinda right. Overpopulation thing I oh, actually believe that okay. Where's July. So Mark Mark Link some monkey in India stole some like bloodstock, multiple monkeys and Lab The they like attacked the lab tech, and then stole like three vials or more of covert nineteen. Yeah, and then they just laughed, escaped the lab, and then they're like seen up in like freeze. Up and like trees I tried to bite into the cove and nineteen. They were just like Oh my God these these. The Dan. Like, no, no recovered the samples. They're undamaged, so there's no, there's no. There's no fear of because there's like ten million Mkaku over there are like the ones that steal like the motorcycles in the wallet. Grab the kid right yes exactly. Yeah and the media power break loose if the COX got. Slick. The media's treating it like the vials. Where like something from like Alcatraz that's. Our the movie where the. Vile gets released and everyone dies. fucking treating it, it would have been pretty harmless I. I don't think I don't even know if they're susceptible to it because. The MACACA Scott Crow virus it'll be a big product. Are you talking about the Rock? Rock Man. That's bad. Rock was a great movie was good. was there. As well all as well, and my wife was the Prom Queen Yeah. Nick Cage May. Stand The goodspeed, so keep your mass on, but yeah bigger bigger stuff going on with the pandemic still still going up so. Speaking of it's an earlier where your. Do Your Hand Sanitizer I saw some of my favorite videos were. Just hand. Sanitizing Protests Greg. Yeah. It'll be interesting to see like you know Oh. There's GonNa be some bumps. There's GonNa be some bombs. For sure. There's I mean there's no doubt about it. That's going to be new new wave potentially. Healthcare so I'm GONNA stay indoors potentially from. I do think it's interesting that I think we talked about this a little bit on Friday, but. This last week was A. At least in my like small polling of people I know, it seemed like it was the worst week mentally for people. Then it ended with these protests. I, you know I think there was excessive than seriously brewing, and it's like it's like it's like that thing you can say like this was the worst week. You can say like every week now like I'm the heaviest I've ever been. Gaining weight and then consider that next week and next. In the lockdown, obviously everybody being locked in their houses, and then and then seeing what the George Floyd video, and then it leading to like it was. Like, you said of a perfect storm of fucking up. Everybody's mental health, yeah. I think things are going to get better guys. I think things are going to get credit to. Get. The can't get much worse I think they're going to get significantly better. Going downhill from here would be hard. All right eye oddly guys. We're going to end on a positive note today. SPACEX and NASA launched up the crew dragon atop the Falcon nine rocket on Saturday. And they blasted that sucker straight up to the international. Space Station. Was a perfect launch. I don't know if you guys watch livestream. I didn't watch. The replay replay I didn't want to. Can you explain to me what happened the day before with? Oh yeah okay, so the day before they were like pressure testing, the `send four, which is a different ship. That's like the big one that's going to go to Mars one day allegedly and I. It just exploded I think that's how it was a completely different. Prototype goes clearly rocket that looked like a big showed the other one like A. Totally different use solar. But it was like obviously ominous like you see that big fucking explosion on a NASA like feed up to this day before. The astronauts have twenty hours and then they're going up right exactly so I watched the whole livestream a. On NASA it was awesome like. It was really really cool. It's like. SPACEX was running the operation. NASA was overseeing it. Everything went perfectly duper impressive. Nothing landed back on a thing in the ocean people. First Time nine years right. At this. Since two thousand eleven. When it made it out of orbit, like because it was cool because you had camera angles like on the outside of the ships now, so you can watch the whole thing like. It goes up into space and JECHT's the rocket from it like it was fucking bad. What thrilled? I must've been see back to the. How bad things are in there? Obviously? GonNa get significantly better, the Anti Mil- Lamarcus tweet now. Ask. Them to leave all of us behind. No, no, he said I got pulled up. Always as what choice good choice, demarcus said congratulations to the astronauts that left Earth today. It now has three point five million likes at the time of this recording, and is the third most like tweet on twitter of all time after after one day it will clearly become number. One number one is four point one million by Barack. Obama Number twos in the high thirties. and email, innocuous Miller. I'm not as such and such head, but don't call me. The number one tweet of all fucking. Shows like everyone is advantageously everyone. Everyone's like jealous of the astronauts that left the fucking. Ask The show with the three logos on him dirt nasty and Riff raff their replica pop group, but in all seriousness. What the fuck thinking testing a potentially faulty rocket the day before that had nothing to do with. The on Sunday I've been who nerve wracking. Those astronauts athritis. Pumpkin the haters. He purposely like. This I think he doesn't care. They needed to do that test and they needed to proceed. You know he's always behind schedule, so he's just not stopping. He also doesn't care about the coronavirus. He's not gonNA. Stop doing his tests when they need to be done so. Part of that that little private conversation with and the astronauts after that thing blew up. I think they were pretty comfortable with that. I saw a tweet from one of them beforehand like praising the that they were going to be on the astronauts and Doug are docked now officially in the ISS, where another set of astronauts will presumably take that crew dragging. They flew up there and drop back down to Earth with it sometimes. It was just fucking incredible. Crazy, To. Up. To the up and International Space disenfranchising. They're supposed to come for a couple months or something I don't know. And that was the first one that we've ever launched off US soil since twenty eleven I astronauts we've launched out, says really cool, and it's just so crazy that it happened. Miss all the civil unrest, 'cause by the murder of George Floyd. A weekend for the history books for sure for America in the world probably, and that's going to do it for hard factor as always. Thank you for listening. Stay safe out there and have a great fucking game. Talk. Play. Get this crime. Diamond. Mine fit them Polish. Drought South. I can't beat running Brandon Reid. A brand new. Phone Nobel probably. Coming off get out. In. These debts. To make that track. Corp for rap pro be with my mouth. Cadillac.

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The Impeachment Episode (Part One?)

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The Impeachment Episode (Part One?)

"An elite group has godlike control over our world and the majority of the decisions be made. I'm talking on a carrier now my podcast behind the influence. I'm having revealing personal and and even weird conversations with those who have unparalleled influence in our lives your superheroes some villains and those behind the scenes making it all possible influencers served of this new and Digital Universe unmasked join me for behind the influence on Apple podcasts or on the iheartradio APP or wherever you get your podcast welcome to worst year ever a production of Iheartradio. You Don Hey guys welcome back to worst year. Ever my name's Katie stole and join me today as always our Cudi Evans Robert J Johnston Lovely Disease You Cody Evans Robert J Johnston Johnston. Thank you gaulan terrible. I know I mean I'll say this one the thing that's nice about the last couple of weeks that I feel like we finally as as a culture in America have gotten over calling it. The Ukraine sharing turned a corner. They're really lovely. Silver lining positive and I appreciate you bring to the table. Everything else is fucked. Look for those little gems. GotTa find something to hold onto in times is like these yeah when I heard Fox News host getting it right I was like we really turned a corner on this could did they get it right or did they correct somebody. The second time I feel like that there was a meeting where we got. We got to start doing this correctly yeah and they decided to start calling the Ukraine dates back to Soviet profit sure and I really don't know off the top of my head so we were GonNa talk about Andrew Yang this week but we pushed it instead to talk about all this whistle. Blower stuff is it's. It's a a lot and it's a little bit confusing. We were not expecting the president to be impeach surprise. Yes lopping sure talking talking about it but in our it's kind of impossible to guess which impeachable offense actually will get you impeach these days exactly the Gamble Day posts first inauguration video about how he could be impeached for because the emoluments clause Sir the second. He got an office. They chose. They chose was to not do that. You had to give him a chance. You gotta give a chance yeah. Maybe one day he'll be presidential material. Kinda neat that he actually got in trouble for the smallest bribe. He's tried tried to make a million dollars. fucking nothing come on. Man Yeah Tower full of gold montage. I boy good times so we thought we'd start off by talking a little bit about the whistleblower process and the history of it and how it's changed your there's his also complicated. It's also complicated and I think I have about sixty percent of the story in my head with as much as I have raiders because things keep breaking and like all sorts of stuff that like it's kind of like some some people are lying and so some of the information that's out is not true rain. It's really hard to get to the bottom of wet accurate and it feels irresponsible to discuss discuss too much about the movement until we have more information but speaking of irresponsible. Let's discuss more about this mission. We're GONNA talk about some stuff that we do know and yeah for example yeah. Let's let's give I decided to try to give a little bit historical context and just a little bit because this is all very complicated and I'm very dumb but I have put together a little bitty to page essay on whistleblowing thrilled if we want to understand US whistle blowing aloft as it relates to the intelligence industry we have to travel back in time could be can you do a good time machine noise. That's that's disgusting. Filthy Hannibal Lecter and I need to I got another one another one time machine campus of driving liberal. I opened my mouth and sounds. Come out well clearly. That's worth of you so bad note. Oh stop it. Stop It. One time machine noise in its deadly deadly deleted deleted fine in trainwreck episode is what do understand the telling whistleblowing law. We have to travel back in time to two thousand two totally dude I can just I can hear our listener numbers plummeting wedding cars with the stereos all the way up your started vomiting in the side of the road cheese oh what a terrible idea and say why was gonna be the worst year ever we do that in two thousand and two thousand two is in an essay employee with a super cool name became aware of a tool called trailblazer. The agency was using to collect huge amounts of data on all of us without warrants call. Some people might recognize this as probably a crime drake thought that this was not a good thing and was worth blowing the whistle on but he didn't want to break the law so he went at the Pentagon inspector general to blow the whistle in the appropriate legally a consistent way now whistle blowers are protected under federal law the whistle whistle were protection act existed for a while and then nineteen ninety eight there were modifications made to it to allow contractors of specific federal agencies to report complaints and that's kind of where we get the inspector general's office that stuff so that's where we established like the way that intelligence community whistleblowers could could could come forward but whistle blowers in the Intel community are not protected from legal action or retaliation yeah it's crazy to me. They're kind of hanging in the wind so in two two when Thomas Drake notices this like trailblazer things happening he takes a real risk by going inspector general's office and trying to deal with this in the the legal way and John Crane the assistant inspector general wound up in charge of the case and he did with the loss he was supposed to do cranes team collected thousands of pages of documentation documetation and in December of two thousand fourteen delivered a secret report on the program that led to trailblazer being shut down so so far seems like the system working guys so something wrong went to the people supposed to go to they did their due diligence program got shut down for being unconstitutional say so far because it's me feeling in my stomach word of the program leaked out to the media. We don't really know from WHO The New York Times ran a story on it and suddenly all is within the intelligence establishment turns towards Thomas Drake. He was suspected of hoarding documentation which he had been doing because it's literally what the Inspector General's office had had told him to do and what he was supposed to legally with the Pentagon through him under the bus and once the investigation into him started the illegally destroyed documents pertinent to his case that made it clear that he'd been following the law the entire time and not trying to like did leak classified information the presser whatever they good reason to be holding those documents Kamenz all that stuff so drake spent years by the government in court his crew was destroyed and he was left penniless even though in two thousand eleven he was eventually found innocent so that's good right yeah yeah. Venturi I guess is good mean. Bad good can yep that's days so crane crew was also destroyed he was forced out of the NSA in two thousand thirteen this whole cluster fuck of an incident was heavy in the air at the NSA when a little fella named Eddy snowed and realize that the NSA was carrying out another sweeping warrantless wire survey of the American homeless. It snowed dammit. Oh God cody. That's so good. Cranes Snowden yeah pretty good all right. Let's let's call it today. That's R. Hembo. I everybody really myself cash our checks now and we'll be off theme song. Maybe what's that place out uh Sir Yeah so Edward Snowden realizes the NSA's is carrying out a sweeping warrantless surveillance of the American public but he also is paying attention to everything that's happening in the NSA around crane and drake in his like seems like it's a bad idea to follow the law here like a terrible idea in two thousand sixteen he said this to the Guardian when I was at the NSA everybody we knew that for anything more serious than workplace harassment going through the official process was a career ender at best. It's part of the culture. If your boss in the mail room lies on his timesheets the G. might look into it but if you're Thomas Drake and you find out the president of the United States order the warrantless wiretapping of everyone in the country. What's the I G GOING TO DO. They're going to flush it and you with it now. The good news is that in two thousand twelve right before east knowing went public with his whistle blowing President Obama issued presidential policy directive number nineteen which required the intelligence community agencies agencies to protect employees from retaliation if they disclosed classified information that met the criteria for being a protected disclosure but as the Brennan Center for Justice Notes The directive leaves several gaps it does not apply in cases where the head of an agency determines that an employee should be fired for national security reasons it does not apply to persons in a position of in a position position of Con- confidential policy determining policy making or policy advocate and character or members of the armed forces. If disclosures through government channels prove unsuccessful. There is no provision for disclosure outside the agency or intelligence communities. Is that why it was. The improvement broke Obama. UC espionage act against more people than any other administration that why I I don't know I think this might have been because like this is before snowden goes out so it might have been trying to reform things and then he realized is there when he's president. He actually hates it when people do stuff like that so he started being a Dick I think he was it. This is like two thousand twelve those were still oh good old days halcyon days back when we were only mostly disillusioned what in time now this brings brings us to Edward Snowden. critics of Snowden will note that he did not exactly follow the established procedure for trying to blow the whistle in legal fashion. They will say that that's why he should face punishment. snowden defenders will point out that he'd just watch. Thomas Drake fucked over by the NSA and had no reason to believe he would be handled any differently. We've Alad point very very valid points like he had realistic mix to be concerned about now. There are also a branch of student critics acknowledged that he did the right thing in revealing the truth the government spying program but he did the wrong thing and fleeing the country. The School of thought says that whistleblowing is fundamentally inactive civil disobedience which requires the disobedient individual be willing to who accept the legal consequences for their actions. I found really interesting article talking about this sort of school of thought. On the Law Fair blob classic punishments of Civil Disobedience suggests that it it must be undertaken with a willingness to submit to punishment Dr King's letter from Birmingham jail focuses on this feature one who breaks an unjust law according to King must do it openly lovingly with a willingness cleaness to accept the Penalty Jessica Bowman Posen and I have written the civil disobedience willingness to accept legal consequences events her commitment to the police in humility before fellow citizens now with standing her momentary. Turn away from the law. It is thus for many theorists a critical way of negotiating the paradox of lawbreaking that is nonetheless law respecting a paradox that hairs in the pairing airing of civil disobedience and that any satisfying account of civil disobedience must resolve in line with these arguments critics snowden have repeatedly insisted that his flight from the United States from and criminal prosecution disqualifies him from civil disobedience status then Secretary of State John Kerry for example told a television interviewer in two thousand fourteen that if snowden has a complaint Clinton about what's wrong with the American with American surveillance and seeks to cast himself as a civil disobedience he should man up come back here standing our system of justice and make his case interesting argument interesting arguments. I don't think I agree with them. I'm not a big law respecting yeah my problem problem this law. I don't see why you know if I'm going out of my way to disobey this because I don't no. I don't think I should be jailed for this thing. I don't think he should shave and there's also there's like okay so in theory. Maybe like I understand and these quotes. I understand like you're like okay. That's otherwise it negates your civil disobedience. But How am I supposed to trust this system. How am I supposed is to trust that. I will get a fair shake or that. This standing up in front of the Court of law will actually allow me to truthfully. Tell my story if it won't skewed in some capacity. How do we trust the system distance where the system where it seems like one hundred percent of the people who have worked in it say that. Oh Yeah if you blow the whistle on blatant crimes. It's the end of your career and maybe life yeah yeah actions. Tallest Drake works at an apple store now really yeah as of twenty seventeen. You work in an apple store. It's wild. He ran into Eric holder while he's working there. Air because Eric holder was buying an iphone sure and he was he didn't ask them why the government is going after him and so air colder left. The store didn't get an answer. I can apple store. We should record an episode Yeah Thomas. If we can talk to you about half this macbook pro and half your court case for the next hour and a half it does well that can't against your time a lot of questions about these APPs that are available available. We we screen screen stuff's screen stuff but also tell you about the inspector general's office. That's pretty it's heartbreaking to me because it seems like with an agency's problematic because the NSA is probably the intelligence community a guy like drake and a guy like Craner trainer kind of like your best case scenario people who like okay they believe whatever they believe about there being value in the the the security apparatus we live under but at least they also believe in that apparatus being being accountable democracy which is not super common as far as I can tell a lot of those corners and those people just get fucked out of town on like a river of raise your yeah no they don't they don't they don't belong in a river of Razor Blade penises yeah. I think Thomas Drake would agree with that. I want to leave town. I'll tell you down the river for another whistleblower. Apparently lives in yellowstone fly fishes with most of the time. That actually seems like a great. I mean that's the way it goes my life that yeah that before the apple store yes fly fishing in yellowstone overselling people iphone. He might be able to get access to people's secret. I found store though not as many as he can through fly fishing but most people don't know that if you put fish up to your ear it'll whisper secrets about public policy yet. Most people don't know that they know it now. They know that now they know that the sea bass have been bugging Mitch McConnell for years remember people we only share facts on this podcast we go outside and then dunk your head in a river and hold it there until vicious person. That's actually word for word the next t-shirt we're going to start go outside and dunk your head in a river and listen to low fish whisper secrets ear comma one cream. Oh okay so before before I broke from my little essay. I noted that there's a lot of people who think that Edward Snowden if he if he wants to be civilly disobedient and show respect to the law will also holding it accountable holding the system accountable should should stand in judgment and we just stated what we're not one hundred percent sure we agree with that. and there are some reasons to be very concerned if you're Edward Snowden about that because a lot of his critics have been less than warm fuzzy than say John Kerry who did not call for his murder for fifteen donald trump told CNN the end of Snowden. If I were President Putin would give him over. He would never keep somebody like snowden. In Russia. I guarantee you this now. In a little bit of fairness to at the president he's been very consistent about this this single thing in two thousand thirteen he called snowden traitor and directly asked for his execution so as soon as the story broke his line. The entire time has been. We should kill this president yeah. He's been very consistent. Go physically but in general like yeah you can generalize from that right yeah yeah. Meanwhile Mike Pompeo is on record as saying the trader Edward Snowden should be brought back from Russia and given due process and I think the proper outcome would be that he would be given a death sentence. Meanwhile sorry like talking about due process and you skip to buy but by the way like we should kill them. That's a process and it's true. There's a process to kill people. Eric holder former attorney general and apple store acknowledged that snowden performed a public service service by revealing the extent of our government's legal surveillance of us but added that he still thinks snowden broke the law and harmed American interest. I'm glad you didn't say but added. I still think he should die. He didn't say he should die just that he should return and face trial but if snowden does go to trial or if this most recent CIA leaker winds up in court or whoever leaked the CIA A to the newspapers winds up in court it is possible that those men or women will be prosecuted under the espionage act this act was originally created to punish spies during World War One and because laws are a perfect flawless system it is still in effect and it explicitly prohibits disclosures of national defense information if the person doing so has reason to believe it could harm national defense according to the Brennan Center as recently as two thousand six a federal judge interpreted this language to require the government prove bad faith on the part of the defendant the judges cases of John Kerry Akao and Bradley manning however disagreed declaring that the defendant subjective intent is irrelevant and other judge recently through the case law into even deeper confusion she held at the government does not even need to demonstrate that the disclosure would potentially damaging to the United States or useful to an enemy of the United States. It's from the Guardian sorry at the way that is from the Brennan Center by that so it's very possible because like judges don't all all agree on the subject you say that like you can't prosecute a whistle blower like this under the espionage act but some say you do in one of penalties if prosecuted under that act can speaking hung. That's why yeah my favorite thing about specifically this time but in general like laws and our system where a thing will happen and then fifty percent of people will say it's a certain way and then the other fifty percent will say actually it can be the other way yeah and so every law is interpreted into way kind of dependent on who's doing it and blowers always know then whether or not it's safe to the public of things that are in the public interest yes are flawless. Est.. It's helpful yeah yeah really productive efficient system that AH promotes lorraine promotes accountability. I think this whistle blower has been a very emphatic about how safe and secure he feels yeah where she it's a he. Do we know I've heard on the daily. Actually somebody said like no we do. Have it confirmed it might not be but like. I believe it is affirmed for a Dick. That's not good. I'm interested in what that process was like. confirming confirming do not know what that is is. He's only one way to find out gender bill but I like that fish yeah now yeah this this whistle blower and we'll talk a little bit about what's going on here with the story. Yes let's tougher wet for the rest of the episodes well so this was a lawyer is with the CIA. Apparently he used to work in the White House. It does not anymore and he was not there or you know he didn't hear this phone. Call himself of course the phone call. I'm referring to is the phone call from July twenty twenty-fifth where the president was on pressuring the Ukrainian President Alinsky to give Durham Biden pertaining to this whole story with Joe Biden concern. Maybe we'll get to that later anyway. He wasn't in the room. You didn't hear this but he heard from several other people who were very nervous and scared and didn't know what to do about it. It's not true I means means. It's not true so he didn't even go he went to the top lawyer in the CIA but he didn't go he brought it to somebody else who then brought it to the top layer and the CIA he took it to the White House us and then instead of and like they were supposed to be fishing around looking for information on the phone call but instead it became kind of like a witch hunt in the White House looking for who's who's talking who's sharing information eventually it gets to William Bar who looks at it as like nothing to see here folks it's fine and I did not send this to Congress and then but that didn't happen aren't famously from the general but luckily the the inspector general had already notified Congress that there was a whistleblower complaint yeah yeah so I I got something around a little the the the whistleblower whistleblower protection act as pertains to the intelligence community was passed in Nineteen Ninety Eight in the office of the intelligence of the Inspector General wasn't created until until I think two thousand and ten but the way the process is supposed to work now is that the employees submits complaint the Inspector General who's kind of a watchdog of the intelligence community in the Inspector Inspector General has fourteen days to review it determine whether or not the complaint is of urgent concern which is defined as conduct relating to the administration or operation of an intelligence activity within the authority of the Director of National Intelligence involving classified information and if the inspector general says it's credible they have to forward it to deny the director director of national intelligence within a week to send the complaint to a Congressional Intelligence Oversight Committee on August twelfth. The complaint was made handed it to the he gave it to the inspector actor General Michael Atkinson who was like Oh yeah this is urgent and credible and absolutely should be talked about and he sent it to deny Mr McGuire who was like yeah. I don't need to send this shit to the intelligence communities after seven days because he didn't think it was that big of a deal yeah so. That's that's cool. that's really cool. It sounds like it's not a big deal so we don't have to worry about. There's a fun quote from the Washington Post article on this. That's really telling me the law did did not require the director of National Intelligence Afford it to Congress because involved conduct by someone outside the intelligence community and did not relate in any intelligence activity within the responsibility and authority of the DNA the president because it's the president and that's what's crazy about. This is just how easy it was for the president to get away with this it it just so how easy it is. This easily could have not ended. There's another quote I'll read. That exactly gets into that like they. Never nobody anticipated this. The Intelligence Community Whistleblower Protection Act has no provision for what should happen if the inspector general determined something as if urgent concern but deny refuses to forward it to Congress the scenario Joe has never come up before so we just nobody thought that this should be part of the thing and in the course of the last couple of weeks. It's like there's this news A damn has broken up open. You're getting all sorts of reports about you know the president calling other like the Australian Prime Minister Pressuring them to help you know discredit is credit our intelligence agencies in the Russia investigation and it makes you wonder what other what are the things like this have been ignored in order like determined like well. That's not actually and these calls that were with an MBA s and Putin. There's different calls that are on the same same highly secure server as this call. The transcript was like there's just lots of stuff that people haven't had access to speaking of a lot of stuff that people haven't had access to dino what stuff people do have access to thanks to listening to this podcast products and services. That's got damn right. Thank you jumped in there with a smooth transition condition easily the best transition I've ever done that was like butter. That was the best at transitions talk about it done. Yes the good unpack how it works. It's sort of like the might I add. Transition was the report to the inspector general and now it's caught up in the D. and I and I'm still talking. We haven't analyze the wire yeah worth doing a transition. Is it a credit version yeah yeah nobody has never come up sure right involved with the actual person. That can't be held account and you know it's. There's a there's so much to there is an it all makes for quality podcast esten speaking of polity podcasts after now. I'm Arianna Huffington and I'm so excited for the new season of the thrive global podcast. We'll be sitting down with everyone from the broad. CD Create Doors Ilana Glazer and Abby Jacobson demisch an fan and Sophia Bush as we explore how they goes from surviving to thriving and how you can do. I find this to be like screaming typical dudes where we I didn't really like. Hash it out. We never got into big fights. I think we met in the middle so much creatively like and found that that was where the Preto Boyce was. We made the show because we couldn't perform it. You see so it's like a different yeah we made it because of failure listen to thrive global on apple podcasts the iheartradio APP or wherever you listen to podcasts back so back we just walked in to find us here with these sad looks upon our faces. We should have read more about whistle blowing law. I don't know quite a lot about what's yeah. Yeah Yeah pretty good job silver to me syllables for the melody. It was you're right. Keep working on. It and it's not the most important thing right now. Get Your Mando out will figure this out. Yes yes start. Bring every recording because my goal this year is to call a Mandolin Amanda. It's definitely makes it sound purview. Thank you yeah. Hey look that look at that. Look at that Mando guy covered landlords. They'll say mandolin. Yep The all lander speaking of lanyard. This people we organizations often wear them. They do and some organizations before they tried uh-huh yeah. Do we think this is going to get executed so that's a good question. According to the president that's what he wants. Yeah it is according to him I know because I don't think he'll think you can get away. Get Away with well. Well I mean we'll see what he can get away with. Trust our country's reputation protecting whistleblowers. Y- but like the execution that seems that seems seems a little much I wonder there's a lot of stuff that America's capable of and when Donald Donald Trump does them people react negatively to it even if it's something that like we've done before so. I wonder if people people will be like Oh my God. I can't believe they were you know late in the same way that there is a there are a lot of people now protecting this whistleblower calling him a Patriot mhm win just a few short years ago they might have been calling Edward Snowden a traitor share. We talked about the hypocrisy. Maybe a little the hallway. There's a double standard. They're quick to jump to this person's defense the Patriot. You got to protect them when yeah this is a really important conversation if we're not because it's also like but where is the where's the outrage for Thomas Drake it because nobody in and that's part of what we have. We have all these people have been paying more attention but over the years people cared about Chelsea manning but it's not the same nine. It's not the same thing I would say the fundamental difference that you have not that this means that like I think that Chelsea manning or Edward Snowden should be executed good you have this difference between there's the people who try to do it within the system and there's people who who did not who just decided that the system was not going to provide them a realistic way to deal with it and you can feel about that the way you do but it is if someone is saying if someone is saying. I think that Edward Snowden or Chelsea manning should be tried because they broke the law and then go through the system. This person should not be tried before because they stayed in the I would say that's not an inconsistent position. I disagree with but insistent but I would say one of the issues in terms of like my fearing this whistle blowers life is one of the things we saw with drake was that he did everything by the book and then as soon as somebody else leaked it to the media. Eh everyone just assumed it was him through under the bus because he'd been waiting for an opportunity to fuck this guy and that's my word for the whistle blower. Is that like trump skin it like you. You can't punish him for going to the I g but you can claim he's a leaker is that's. What trumpster talking about is is trying. The leakers for treason speakers is yeah yeah so yeah. I think this person has some cost to be concerned absolutely well especially since the president's up there tweeting about it making it you know talking about civil war. He's talking about you know yet. How traders deserve to die and and that isn't something that we've experienced France from an American president? That's something that you see in Nasha Richard Nixon would sail that stuff but he'd say it drunk into his desk microphone. Okay no one ever. We're here at the best thing about recordings. No one will ever hear well. You can't replay recordings. That's what's good about mornings. it's also like amidst all of this and this concern the New York Times just start slake writing about the whistlers identity. Hey Yeah Yeah speak truth to power. It's just it's so I mean it's not weird if you know the New York Times but like just a consistent every free like big institution like that just really just not helping one of the things that was really entertaining to me. Was I think it was a member of Castro's Astros team who like they they put out a bunch of information those like publicly available information on trump donors that people who'd like maxed out trump and the New York Times there was someone in an op Ed on the Times criticized that as endangering those people's lives and like potentially draining harassment towards all we did was published publicly available information and then the Times was published a a defense of why it was newsworthy to reveal personal information about the whistle blower and it's like interesting. You guys think that might be inconsistent the navy maybe credible use that word again yeah yeah. I bet it was Brad Stevens or David Brooks. Maybe it's probably one of those him. Maybe some amalgam of them both like that monster monster in the thing bubbling with Brett Stevens or Brooks truly horrifying probably some Charles Krauthammer in there yeah cool great yeah. I don't love when the president talks about the treason in in this way not really really not good a person that's called for the death penalty for for a lot of different reasons but over out of reasons a lot of reasons for his is in tire life. Yeah not a flip flop or not a flip flop consistent about flip flopping on his that one tweet about can you impeach president for gross incompetence but he's some flops on them yeah guys but like he knows he knows what he's doing to you with like the O. They're all witch hunting me and they're all coming after me and actually I'm the one that's under attack and you need to protect me from the trees and in the spies who were going to kill. Maybe I have a civil war. Maybe we'll have live from like slowly tweet about how there's GonNa. Maybe we do a Civil Ardi said several times. That chef has also committing treason. Yes very tool our exciting new segment of the show Who Does the President President dead this week number one on that entry is Adam Shadow chef. Can I read yellow quote from the daily beast lease president. Donald Trump showed no sign of ending his weekend. We can twitter rampage starting his Monday off with the tweet calling for the arrest of Adam Schiff for treason mocking China on its birthday the president. I attack the Democratic House Intel chairman for fictionalized his call to Ukraine's president during a congressional investigation hearing into the whistleblower complaint last week during his opening statement shift hypothesize what trump might have said to make him sound like a mob boss. Rep Adam Schiff legally made up a fake and terrible statement and pretended it to be mine as the most important part of my call to the Ukrainian president and read aloud to Congress and the American people trump wrote Monday Monday morning it bore no resemblance to what I said on the call arrest for treason go on the question though it's a question a recipe for some reason trees. This one's are out there this conversation about it for treason portrays. I think that's what I'm going to ask like when I'm out with friends and like we've been during a little while and like we're considering that to get a bite to eat. Go onto the next bar arrest for treason respiratory respiratory arrest for treason risk for treason yeah yeah yeah kill me want stay president and we WANNA stay president dead shift consolidating power yeah great pattern of him just sort of a he'll talk about like he's the treason president he did this a traitor and stuff and like yes people but he's he's the president yeah. Maybe he shouldn't be saying. We're we're going to kill these traitors and maybe maybe talking about like the Second Second Amendment and like they're trying to take take it away saying like. Oh yeah maybe the Second Amendment people can take care of it. Maybe a slow pattern of like literally the president promoting violence real quick. Did you guys see that story Wayne Lapierre. I believe an IRA noto president would quote no he he met with Donald Trump is saying that the NRA would back his defense impeachment defense. If you like but fake newscast this guy it'd be let the stuff slide. I wonder how they'll back his. We'll see what happens here. I will say one of the things about that. Trump tweet on shift that I I think he's been under reported on. Everyone's talking about the arrest for treason in that in Saint placating. He wants shift dead which is a problem. That's a problem and the thing that concerns me. Also also is a Rep. Adam Schiff illegally made up a fake and terrible statement. You legally how do you do that. You do that pretty sure. The First Amendment covers rhetorically what Adam Schiff was doing argue. It was a good idea bad idea for optics pretty sure the First Amendment covers that Oh yeah if you listen to the actual context of statements it's pretty sure into confederation doesn't understand so like when the president is constantly calls anybody disagrees them scum and the enemy of the people that now is saying that like just saying words as illegal yeah. That's a concern to you that might not be the like I would consider it. A better trend line. If the president were saying. Maybe we should increase the ice cream stockpile that would be less worrying decreasing the amount of speech that is legal so a guy like a guy who suit somebody over a joke yes and who's been constantly talking about repealing and like revisiting libel laws You're concerned about this. Someone who like historically stoically is like praising other leaders who jail and murder jail journalists who criticize them yeah. I don't know me reaching their the heritage center is holding an event. Oh good called preserved constitution. Should the press be restrained. Reexamining reserved gossipy preserving the constitution. That sounds preservation doesn't it doesn't it sound like you're preserving the constitution. By restraining the press uh-huh the constitution loves the press not being allowed. That's my favorite thing about the constitution yeah. They thought about the press after they wrote it. We won't add anything thing we won't. We won't make we won't address this in fact the first thing that happened after they signed the Constitution was Thomas Jefferson walked outside saw newspaper and said what what is the off boy who else is the president threatening to have killed this week the whistle blowing the whistle blower. That's like the leakers to the time yeah half of America America one could argue those people that are illegal immigrants insinuating civil war. I think that could fall into the category of saying that half the country is going to be and what are you pro or anti civil war cody. I laid out here. I am generally anti civil war but I'm pro some people's those anti civil war tweets because some of them have been fun this week. There's some fun fun. I mean it's you know it's interesting. I'd rather not be talk about civil war trending ending on twitter for days. We'll the civil war thing is It's really insidious in weird. Being has the the idea that people are like gunning for civil war. I didn't mean to say gunning but they but they are not only. Is it a desire of a lot of people in the far right but it also the claim name that people want it also comes from right wing media and it's been this way for a long time in waiting for this been building the claim that you'll see it a lot like all the liberals they want. They want a civil war. That's actually not true. It's usually said in reaction to like liberals liberals like Democrats following the law to a t. yet to hold any blending only the cops to have usually civil war wonders. Don't want only the cops to have guns yeah yeah. It's interesting. It's it's especially interesting to me. These like far-right like even like the Fox News folks being so scared about a civil war but they always talk a civil war but they're also really anti-government yeah so it's just interesting that they choose the term civil war win in their ideology would indicate a revolution. I mean is there some time in the past where like a small extremist chunk of this country tried to fight right for their ability to do the shitty things they wanted to do without any oversight from anyone else and then maybe that cause was lost that happened. I will come so no okay good. Good good glad there's no press. Did you guys see this. tweet from the oath keepers meeting the president's thread in him he was talking about quoting somebody talking about a civil war. That's Donald Trump and the clippers quote tweeted re tweeted that this threat is important to read the term civil war is increasingly on on people's tongues tongues people's tongue and not just cold civil war full blown hot civil war fact is patriots consider the left to be domestic enemies of the Constitution Futian bent on the destruction of the republic so I'm trying to figure out now. There's this like eight hundred dollar night vision scope that I could get from that is the about the cheapest I can get thermal optics. Sherry for but the really good ones are like twenty seven hundred buffs end like it. Kinda depends for me on like how soon the civil war is going to be rainy. Money's not going to matter as much as thermal optics if it starts well but and if it's happening during the winter when the days are shorter you need that. I'm from the nighttime. Do I want to make sure it's rubberized rainy. It's going to be when the civil wars time to save up for the civil war because I need you to figure out now played carriers slate carriers and maybe like a run the jewels Hoodie if I talk about this near my phone maybe I'll I'll start getting targeted ads on civil war gear mega hats and pussy hats. No God oh yeah that's. How do I need to put like some metal in my I know I know you're right. You do need to you need to get some plates in there to protect nit nit around Minnesota run the jewels hoodies run that you think in killer Martin would be on board that seems like a pretty good time to ask break speaking of executing cuting large numbers of political dissidence. You know who doesn't do that. tyrod tell me tell me close rations who support this park. Oh Okay I love corporations no dissidents we've bet all of our corporations and to make sure they do not execute dissidence accidents. It's good. It's good where we're not running. Coca Cola stockpiling weapons. CEO We run and Coca Cola ads fantastic. That's the only problematic company yeah one thing. That's your ad break terrible Are you going to start doing your let me swallow. I hate that so much 'cause my fault. I wasn't going to make any sound effects today but I was asked you were asked in the new made the Gong. He's like a cockroach eating. Some sounded like cockroach eating pussy. 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The son of a politician would be like all these just the case example of what happens when you name someone hunter to smoke crack and fuck widows may may widows Brown well. I don't know about that Washington. Examiner headlines Bad newspaper but what a fun headlined by not untrue and not untrue because first of all Hunter Biden joined breeze MMA Iranian Gas Company yes while Biden was still vice president and I want to circle back that in a second but I want to point out that okay the investigation into Brima in this whole scandal started in two thousand fourteen just a month after hunter joined the company so it is on its surface hard hard to believe that any of the crimes are the things that would be investigated have anything to do with hunter but or that he would know that now had to commit time because is right before he joined breeze. MMA hunter was discharged from the Navy reserve after yes testing positive for cocaine but what was interesting thing is that he had only been in the navy reserve for about a year and he was in his forties when he joined so he had to go get a waiver which presumably also came through because he's the vice president's son to joined the navy reserve any waiver because of past cocaine drug use air force fine with that schist wild to me a little bit Blake. I mean sure he's got some stuff going on. It seems like somebody that's like not finding his way in the world world which further vice president sons presence on but see. I think that's important when talking about the issue of the Vice President President Sons sitting on a foreign company and we talked about earlier. About how people don't you know look at past whistle blowers with the same scrutiny as like how we're reacting now to donald trump will yet actually that is a little shady and it is worth bringing up. I mean I'm not saying that. It's worth. Donald trump going through all of this dig up dirt on political opponents and all that and you know he's looking for information as to like why Victor Shogun got fired and that has nothing to do with what I'm talking about right here which which I think is important to note. This isn't like this isn't a perfectly legal influence. Yeah it's yeah it's something you can look at and go. We shouldn't allow that kind of thing. That's that great but it's not like shattering scandal that like it's not this deep insidious corruption. It's like yeah that sucks that we operate that way. With this was influence peddling on behalf of the Ukrainian government they suck at it because the Obama administration barely gave them shit and they could've used some shit like one thing you can actually say in trump's favors that at least he was willing to sell them stuff like the javelin which have been like really useful in stopping rush armor and the Obama Administration was much more reticent. The handout weaponry in this may be a war where we should have more but it certainly you have a hard time making the case that the Obama administration ministration embraced some like Super Pro Ukraine narrative when they were just kinda barely like I guess will kinda help you not get invaded as much as you otherwise might have but still a lot invaded yeah still gonna I mean it's just a rat rat trapped in the corner and he's pointing this thing. That's happened and because he does a lot to where he'll point. Something be like this is. This is the real thing this is the thing we're like like the dangerous bad thing that we ought to worry about because he is feeling attacked and trapped. You mean the firing of Victor Shogun less whole thing just like he'll overblown these things yeah to distract from thing that he was also projection so much. There's so much wrapped into it. that if you look into it slightly oh that's so. I'm sure everybody is aware of it but this story is just like so back in Twenty Sixteen Sixteen Biden threatened Joseph Covenant Biden robinet Biden Junior withholding this aid need if they didn't fire Victor Shogun who was tasked with rooting out all of this corruption in the Ukraine the Ukraine pusher. We're getting back getting there and Robert. You've spoken about this. The Ukraine is full of corruption. This is something they do a lot of times and and and and the problem is is that they aren't actually a lot of people aren't actually interested in getting rid of the corruption and Victor Shogun by by all seems to be somebody. That was not doing a good you. You wouldn't call him a Thomas Drake type figure shirttail aspirations to work at the apple store. You would call him an everyone else. In the entire intelligence community type figure comparing the two apparently he was going out of his way not to investigate the owner her of Burris. Ma was an oligarchy Mikulas look head ski. I can't do the accent you're half way he he was like straight up refusing help and not investigating leads and so that was the incentive for Biden to push so that his firing would actually possibly negatively negatively affect actually suggesting that because after that they hired or different investigator who did investigate the company interest in from all we we know everything was in the clear especially Hunter Biden. I know one thing about Ukrainian. Yeah sure corporations. It's that they don't commit corrupt acts. That's says about Ukraine that Ukraine corporations and my second thing about just corporations in general but this this is it's interesting because coding. I talked about this a little bit yesterday like you know you can't compare that with what trump is doing withholding aides tried yeah to get personal information on his political opponents. You know what I mean very different set of circumstances that there is no comparing them now you have a goal of that and sort of embraced by the international community of we should do something about the corruption in this country. We're GONNA hold. This aid which other organizations also did a lot of international organizations. We're like no. We're not gonNA money until you corruption that is slightly different than withholding aid that everyone agrees should be given yeah so that get your personal. Grievances and political opponents can be swapped Roger Take care and also my favorite thing about just the shade thrown is him win win in the call in the Nada transcript transcript of the it's really frustrating. Stop calling it a transcript. Stop in the summary of the phony collection of people's memories written as a script for some reason probably that rhymes with piss modest flea uh-huh nailed it that the in that like trump goes from complaining that the EU isn't spending enough hasn't spent enough money to to help with Ukraine's defense to then sort of subtly threatening to not provide four hundred million dollars aid when the EU has added some sixteen eighteen billion dollars it's hoping like which there's certainly an argument to be made that no actually you should should have spent a lot more in this. European war and it's not being taken seriously by the at the member states very fair criticism to make but trump dangling a four hundred million dollar aid package complaining to sixteen billion. They've spent is not enough is pretty rich. like him like him. He is pretty rich not as rich as although like the four hundred million dollars that yeah yes you quicker. got there quicker. I I. I just had a thought on hundred Biden heartache which is Joe Biden is kind of renowned Encana bafflingly so among liberals in the left pretty much all of whom are are agreed that at least the drug war shouldn't continue in its current form even if everyone's SORTA disagrees on how many substances should be legalized forgets people's roles does in th there's still a widespread understanding for both liberals and the left that like what we should stop most of the more thing except for Joe Biden who's very much on board with the drug. Were still maybe he just thinks that drug users are like his son. LaPorte low party boys just fucked up and I'll constantly make in trouble late like I I will go to bat for all crack users who aren't Hunter Biden very responsible cocaine smokable and otherwise not hunter enter Biden not agree and drugs being illegal for Hunter Biden. You're looking at the. You're looking at the situation with the fathers. That's a different stance. I I'm and we need a new narrower. War On drugs just focused on Joe by on Senator Biden. Yes actually campaign. Let's get that specific conversation and see how it goes. Da All we'll have something yeah yeah that makes sense to me. He probably yeah distanced himself from it. Somehow somehow he's a he's a crusader. He's a crusader. Actually this he's got my vote now no yeah because because I want to take care of eight hundred Biden to I want to take and you know Shit Yeah Yeah Yeah and if Joe is GonNa do that then I support and that's your person I'm disappointed cody. We'll because everyone else all the other everyone all these are. The candidates are being like. Oh Yeah war on drugs ain't great. Maybe we should take this and like get all these nonviolent offenders out of prison and so on and Joe Biden is saying that but he's also saying but also fuck my son so as he showed you so one issue burner and that issue is hating hunter solid one yeah. It's hard to know like how much of this to get into just because is it so wide ranging one thing that I think that's really interesting. Is that there's a couple of things that have happened that are still kind of like a controversial one of them. Is that a somebody leaked to sixty minutes that the whistle blower was under federal protection yeah in part as a result of the president's tweets and part as a result of Jacob all fifty thousand dollars bounty on the leakers identity wall was not mentioned in the leaked Jake to fifty who one hundred press conference today. No this is like talking about this is like going through one of those wikipedia pedia summaries for like a star wars movie every page clicking of link like who a fucking who's that guy were making fun of in the episode that hasn't dropped yet with the weird headingley things kissed you gotta read about tackling the Kit fist o of this particular. Everything is that earlier today Jack Berkman Jacobs partner who during the the press conference to try and slander Robert Muller had his fly open. I uh-huh they're just they're living art. So Berkman tweeted that there was going to be a press conference at noon around the identity of the whistle blower our and Jacob. WHOA at around the same time released through his social media that they weren't going to go public with the whistle blowers I because they needed extra extra time or something yeah Well oiled across sure. They just need more time. Yes Oh it's it's just it is chaos. There's just there. There are all these things that just keep breaking not sure exactly how it all connects or like what's going to pan out from all of it stuff that we do seem to be seeing seeing happened. I already mentioned reports. That trump has pushed the Australian prime minister to help William Bar gather information after all the discredit. The Lord knows how many conversations you could you. Could you do me a crime yeah but I'll do well to you. I do crime like all of the world leaders who talked to him on the phone. Now have a lawyer sitting in like. I don't want to accidentally break so complicated because he also talks such a weird way. Where like you don't know if you're necessarily agreeing to do? Do the crime ran. I mean we we've also learned that bars approach Italian and British intelligence agencies the same Europe with Sebastian Gorka was that Pompeo that flew with Gorky got Rudy Guiliani flying all over the world going to Ukraine and Russia. There's a smart lawyer subpoenaed and he's GonNa and Mike pompeo apparently was on this took twenty years forgotten just forgot about it and he's been subpoenaed to appear before three congressional committees uh-huh but he's being a real low bitch about it trying to avoid a civil war trying to avoid civil war is inevitable. If the president is why he's working with famous not civil the war wanders in carries two guns of different calibers on a daily right. Yeah Detroit is full name. Yes trumpism has no interest in a civil war. Yeah real quick sorry. This is it's unimportant. donald trump obviously alluding to like if you impeach me with their we're going to a civil war. He's previously talked about the war in many many different ways. He has a plaque for the what the river of blood does not exist. That didn't happen ever happened. It's A plaque that they got made plan is installed. They're still there but so at one point he's talking about civil work and he said and I'm going to this is a direct quote from the president of United States eight. People don't realize you know the civil war. If you think about it why people don't ask that question but why was there the civil war why could that one not dot have been worked out. Wow I've changed my mind on this president. Trump guy yeah yeah yeah. That sounds really could Straw. We're starting to walk into the worked out. We could work that out. We can't work out this impeach a president thing yeah but we can work out. I you run into stuff like that. All the time like people like talking about trump as a younger man watching a history channel documentary about World War Two that referred to it as like five years the world lost their mind and I was like no wait a second There was released a couple of people who went crazy and then everybody else had a lot of trouble cleaning it up yeah. It's one of those like who's to say how it happened earlier. There's a role Tenenbaum's quote. We all know custer died at little bighorn but what I question is is what if what if what if he didn't like well I guess if you were there you would have fixed it. Is this whole like like all this movement of like forgiving the civil war for happening and like justifying it in the wrong way and then being like we we're GonNa do it again like even like Sousa Fascist propaganda made a film called death of a nation which is fascist propaganda. Talking Democrats are infringes on some copyrights Arthur Miller had but little bit little bit like clearly a reference the birth of a nation and it's so it's like all this imagery of like trump is the new lincoln. He's GonNa do another civil war. It's just this constant like wanting getting to do it this whole time you you can hear it when they in how they talk about it like there's this love and desire and need to like murder liberals and like you see these tweets in these people like oh you fucking what one they want it so bad so bad and they want to blame the other side for wanting it just like you. WanNa kill people say they were getting there. It's been really interesting. You're to watch I've been on the not popular side of of saying Okay Guys Gun control debates aside. Maybe now's not the time to disarm charm. people on the left may maybe now is the time to consider some some training and some of these things because it seems like we're heading in a bad direction and I saw Dave Anthony of the dollop who has been very very much pro gun control and whatnot recently put out a tweet along the lines of Maybe it's time for leftist to start arming themselves. I saw exactly and if you're someone who's considered that and you want some reading on the matter that's not at all propagandistic and not at all sort of like filled with jingoism and laying the traditional additionally sort of like a Hollywood bullshit. There's a great book by Scott Crow. WHO's an activist in Texas. I think currently called setting sites just a bunch of essays on the history of laboratory community thirty self defense really good book. Maybe maybe look into it again setting sites thanks. I G H T s solid book yeah. There's a there's two things I wanted to still get through on the fucking whistle blowing one of them is that we before we got on this digression because again this is like one giant with Beijing aged sixty minutes was like the the whistleblowers under federal protection because of all of the threats and then the whistle blowers attorney was like no he's Ni- they they must read this in USA. Today is still standing by the reporting we'd. I don't really know what confusing another confusing thing well another interesting thing. Thanks so the inspector general is sort of like the government watchdog. That's like kind of overseeing a large chunk of this because that's jobs doing with a whistle blower complaints. They not a very a political position. They do not make statements to the nation. That's really not their job. As a matter of fact their job is to kind of determine whether or not the whistle blowing complaint is like credible in the new that up the a chain and like but they are not not famous for their addressing of the World Press the president in several of his allies started to claim that the whistleblower whistle blower complaint was not credible because it was entirely based on hearsay and based on just things he'd heard from other people rather than than anything he had witnessed in the Inspector General's office made made a public statement saying that is not true at the whistle blower at least significance of what some of the whistle blower was saying was based on things the whistleblower witness so includes hearsay but it's not like he also talked to people but some of this he witnessed which means default. It's based on more than just the conversation that the Nada transcript transcript was released on because it means that because he definitely was not the whistle blower was not present for that other shit. There's just there's more more stuff coming and it's GONNA be coming out. The pipe really fast when it starts to gum. There's just going to be so much. It's more like sleep when it comes. Adam Shifts GonNa get hung when it showed me a headline of Pompeii accuses Democrats of impeachment bullying and I roll my eyes. Hey be best be the best. I never thought about it like that. God this is a good advice from my beautiful wife Melania who who couldn't make it here. We're sitting right next to you. Oh beautiful lives right here. Just a little memory lane was that are we sure that at that moment wasn't was the president fucking up and not the president actually just being a huge talking heads. Fan 'cause you may say to yourself yeah. This is not my wears suits or and he does let the days go by down house. He's home. You guys boy. you know what's better than following politics listening to the talking heads occur rate Musa. Oh my God you guys want to end by saying that the talking shit about how Guiliani says he's going to have the best podcast ever yeah. Let's do that is your did he. I think there's a couple of things we got a breakdown on the rudy jewel One of them is him shouting at a reporter who was interviewing him. Yeah the whistle blowers not going to be the hero. I'm hero which is a thing honestly. I have to think that when Donald Trump read did that even the president would have been like Dude Rudy on you. Don't you don't think he he thought like how dare you. I'm going to be the hero. He is also. We are the biggest buffoon in look. What's happened to his life America's. What's happened to him. It's it's pathetic. It's beautiful. It's really beautifully pathetic. He's my beautiful man. It's a real case for enforce term limits. It's the same Joe Biden if Joe Biden the obviously a lot of bad stuff before he was vp but if he just ended his political career there nobody would be making fun of him for anything we would every now and then there'd be a picture of him and Barack Obama holding hands at a ballgame it'd be like nice and then we continue being worried about the things that matter exchanging long protein strings holding yeah hand holding if Rudy Giuliani after nine eleven had just been like well. I'm just going to be America's mayor forever and live in a house in the ADIRONDACKS Ronda. I wouldn't have any issue. I wouldn't say anything about Rudy Giuliani. Nobody would care anymore. We'd have moved on whatever problematic things he had done in his past and as mayor would have been forgotten forgotten and we could we could just focus on the other problems but instead it's Rudy Giuliani Club podcast him as someone so many people surrounding the president now who are in that category like how did you come back you yeah yeah it's because powers addictive and being those positions as addictive and even you know. It's like even if you look into getting like undeservedly. Giuliani's case a great reputation because you you don't like Shit your pants when nine eleven happened anyone asking you when a couple is later yes yeah yeah yeah even win like if you're that guy you would rather rather go back and work with a historically corrupt and unpopular regime than not be how right and not have that attention tastes. It's a drug MHM. Get your bowl full. Jake tapper would say yeah so how God. Let's not get into that. We're well over an hour here and he talked about the West the other day in the yeah. It's all frustrating but I I think we should in this episode by acknowledging that our friend Rudy Giuliani was overheard at a Cigar Club in New York recently talking about the new. How many the minutes do you think he'll get into the first episode before he'll be Gli reveals confidential. Now it's GonNa be the breeding redacted parts of the malaria on a tune it so throw musical capable of doing this without stepping and all sorts of breaks anyway. I just wanted to hear my my crimes by Rudy Giuliani. I do want to congratulate our producer Sophie Lichtman. I'm in forgetting the Rudy Giuliani job. You'RE GONNA do Great Sophie. We're very appropriate for you sounded much like onions as I assume he does and it's like onions and like menthol cough drops say before oddly enough. He doesn't smell like cigars which would really be yeah yeah all right covered like cody's it smells like the sound cody makes when he's tried to make it sound the famous tug not seeing any time travel movie apparently not primer. Can I before cody stuck doing that. Students just rewind the episode started again from the beginning and that will oh my favorite quote from primer is key. You can check us out on the Internet twitter worst worst year pod at instagram worst your pod sooner or later. We'll have a website not yet also merch stores Rudy if you WanNa if you WANNA be guests on the show hit us up at worst year pod. We have a seat for you and I. We took a cigar with you. Yes I love baby so it'll work do do. He's my he's my beautiful man. That's really weird. Cody didn't blink returns. It's deep deep love including never blinks when he's talking about lust and neither should you. That's the podcast. 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"Senior's discount"

The Tony Kornheiser Show

1:15:35 hr | 1 year ago

"Senior's discount"

"Previously on the Tony Kornheiser show. This isn't one of those small little boutique alligators that are usually for their meat. This is a large alligator big one couple pair of. Yeah. And the belt and the wallet. Mr. big, Mr. Henning will take Wally out for walks all the time for meet and greets at senior centers. And can't take him to a senior center. I what a way to go though. Right. Do that. Because he can outrun everybody there on Walker. The Tony Kornheiser show is on now relied the chatter on the first day back at work for furloughed workers and going to have to pay one hundred percent here. They're not going to get the fifteen percent discount anymore weeks away. Couple of weeks. Three weeks. Now, they can they can get it. Again. We are at quarter was constantly new northwest Jennifer streaks northwest on what appears to be a nice day before some terrible weather hits Tuesday afternoon and Wednesday and Thursday snow is coming basketball is on here tonight. I assume hockey basketball have no idea we'll have something for you. We've nice crowd. Standard. They're back to work. Now, they can come skip it and go just cutting work work in school. Gary Braun is here crystallises here. Michael Kornheiser's year Nigel run the board. Do the news Colella has surfaced from a different continent. I'm so happy to see her. She Colella now is married and living in Malaysia. Sure, I was opposed not necessarily. Yes. I was opposed to both. I was but it's great to know that Colella is doing well. And both those counts let us start with things. I didn't know we're on TV for five hundred or things I didn't watch for any length of time for six hundred one. I'll just I didn't even know, you know, ESPN no longer has any hockey rights whatsoever. I swear to you. I did not know the NHL all star game was on. I had absolutely no idea. We never mentioned it on PTI. Did you know was on? Did you want to know? I didn't I. No. We was in retrospect, I knew it was on because I saw the news of them VP that was it. I would have watched a little because as an all star game, that's sort of fun. Oh, yeah. That's sort of fun. I didn't know about it. I saw the Crosby. Well, I knew there wasn't all star game. 'cause I thought what Ovechkin did was wrong did solid wrong in duck in the game. Especially when he was named captain of one of the squad's duck the game. And I said on said here, I think this one hundred percent wrong. But I had forgotten when it was on. Did you watch any I went zero zero. I I didn't know. I knew Crosby's MVP afterward. Chose to walk the live version of rent on five. It was a night game. The all star game was it was. Plus, you then you said you hated it hated it. Hey, I it was really terrible. Was. Somebody's latest Ray or full but show the whole appeal of these things at least for me is that it's live. So something could go terribly horribly wrong. Did go wrong night before the night before and dress her. So the guy who plays Roger Roger broke his foot somehow. Right. That one song they had to. Still looking at selling Cirque du Soleil, so they had to run the dresser hersal because the guy was so it wasn't even long. Wait. They live to tape live when they recorded. They couldn't even get someone only a million people have played that was saying like, no no under studies for the for these roles. Well, that's just foolishness Naito us available. The actor. Mark was fantastic. Yes. There were good parts at the. I'm not that familiar with the begin the, I I I and a half or seen it. Hour and a half or seen it. The first hour issue that I watched back and forth. I did not think was was well produced or terribly good. Michael knows more about musical. I didn't watch Ren. Can. I just point out the bloke broke his ankle foot ever. I mean, you're in fractured rib you. Shoot it out go to the ten going one night Sepin. I I did watch a total of about ten plays in Provo at various times. I would just go back and I'd see one play nine more than most people. The Pro Bowl is terrible. It's absolutely terrible. There's no reason to put it on you cannot sell it. I know you try when you do in the game, you sell always guys are great. And they're not great. Nobody is tackling. Anybody just to yourself. Make it flag football. That's how would be peeling flag football. If you don't wanna have eleven guys out there. I watched Ryan Kerrigan did not want, and I don't blame him touch me, bro. Tackling anybody who's going to stand here it you could have fifty minutes to throw the pass if you'll lime play is actually fun to watch. It's to me. It's funny. But it's just it's it doesn't even resemble. What is that show football? They have to just don't. Yeah. It seems it still seems not only is it stupid. And we'll be on later on. I don't think he watched it. It was it appeared to be cold. And it was certainly very wet. It was awful. Nobody what is. What is? Understands a Redskin game. It's no longer. It's no longer in Hawaii. It's sort of. I don't know that at all to Nate's it is played in both places when he SPN has the game if in their contract, they have the game Orlando because it's I don't know that they go does it alternate. I don't know Hawaiian next to in Passaic. I think I don't know why would anybody watching or playing? Do I think they should just I think they do this make it bigger like do a skills competition and like what they used to do on. Why will the sports or whatever where they do like they they play to onto? I don't know if their contract with them, but they do do something else. Because football is not a sport that you cannot. You gotta pay on dry. Gotta play. Nobody wants to be hit. Nobody wants to tackle. Nobody wants to guard. Anybody this foolish? It's just a foolish game at this point where the ratings they have five and six million people watch that they actually watch it all the way through gamble gamble. Pretty heavily on that game mistake game on that the third thing that I did not watch this is because it was on in the middle of the night was the finals in the Australians men's and women's women's was late Saturday late Friday night early Saturday morning men's was late Saturday night early Sunday morning. The winners. Naomi osaka. Who may well be a star. Naomi Osaka is the first. Person. I know I remember this because we talked about it on Friday. She is the first woman tennis player since Jennifer Capriati in two thousand one and this includes the entire career of Serena Williams, she is the first woman to after winning her first major make the finals in her next major like even Serena didn't do that. And serene is the greatest so she may be a star. I don't know. See maybe she'd be committed the I've no idea. She's a great players. Yes. Novak Djokovic who I think is a poser and a fraud. I have no feel for the wherever he's a great player. What I don't like about him is when you he's a great player. I don't think he's a star. I think the Dolon Federer's stars. I think Jovic is Larry Holmes. I think he's a guy who's going to amass a lot of titles and really big numbers and is not going to win the hearts and minds of people. And plus it's the Australian Open which is the least of the four, but let me get to this. Of this. When you run through the doll like laxative. Okay. I mean, you are killing this guy. It is three sets in a role like three three two or something like that. Don't hit the ground and do those stupid right phony gestures of great relief and triumph you killing this guy deck like you've been there before I don't like him. I mean, it's pretty clear from what I'm saying. I don't like him. I think he's a great player. He may very well surpass. He's got fifteen now he may surpass Federer and the doll Nidal's got the French and sort of in his pocket, but when you win seven or stralia opens doing something, but it's it's like the PGA. It's not pay attention. I still don't understand how you didn't see the soccer matches. It started right around when you're waking up. It. I don't share your your hatred for Djokovic. I mean in an I obviously dislike many people and disliked in kind by many people, just breezy. He I mean, he's he's just one a the huge. That is a big accomplishment a major championship. So himself a braiding. I didn't lambing on the ground doing his don't be little his there. Come on go to the net. You know what he's going through? Like, the most popular person in Serbia. He's okay. He's picking a slow Milosa vich. Close to. Go to Serbia anytime sentencing. Great player. Do you think? He's no Dr power doll and Federer are stars. Any Murray was never a star. I wasn't not he's thirty one. And we went over this and the dollars thirty thirty two dollars pushed his body, right? Much harder than any bright. He's was out for about a year. He had elbow surgery is a great player. I just think if he ends up if he ends up having the most career majors of anybody in the history of men's tennis. Oh, you're gonna say he's the best player ever in Federer's thirty seven and has twenty majors. Slam cetera is done. That's thirty seven is is done. Maybe he does something at Wimbledon. But the Australian Open PGA you win. Okay. Big deal courters as correctly between the quarters semi and final. He lost Neri set. These great player when the doll hadn't lost to set leading up to that match. Just steamrolled lost three in the match. So a lot of young American tennis players out there really like who he made it to the quarter sea. Great now. He's. You like you like that all that Michigan with the shirt off in the? I think it's okay. Okay. He could you come star that after a hod cat is having a good season. So great to me. It's not. So I missed. Did you watch anything? No. I was continuing my assault on father of the year award twenty nineteen and I took the boys to New York for the tourist Villanova game which. Yeah. That was just like how's your hotel like taking a bus ride to get your groin stomped on the great. The garden is awesome. What a great place to see a game. It'd been years. Team horrible Illinois team turps Twenty-one turnovers. That'll get you be most times. But we had a great time city is so so much fun. I mean at this point in my life living where I've lived for as long as I have become by city standards of country. I mean like, I need my space. I could not live there. But man to visit for a couple of days is there's no place. Lead my basketball team to a thirty two eleven victory. No good. Did you pour it on? Thirty six nine seconds left. I was calling plays out. I wanted to get to forty the guy why because you get Chick-fil-A. Yes. When I shook hands of them at the end, a look that. I think meant he thought I was running up definitely listener. He gave me a like. Yeah. Congratulations. Are you a snowy icy white people hate, you know, it's not just that. Are you on true detective still or not? I did not watch episode four three three, okay talk. When you watch episode for some interesting over the weekend. It was actually no number of times yesterday immediately. Let that go to voice. Yeah. Well, there is there was an issue at the native land. So I had to lay low. Inside. There is no rain. So we got to take Walker to the park right freezing cold, but it was good to see him run around. And then you've sort of stuck in the middle of the day is he takes his nap. And you're not allowed to move about the house for fear of waking the little guy ups. I watched a lot of. A lot of bad mood, bad mood specific room. Yeah. But we have an old house of the stairs creek know. You know? Sleep through all Gary is smoking and drinking around his kids. Michael actually is potentially. No, I put my kids to bed before I bars. Michael is like potential of the year. I may I may I mean nominated he's always doing that stuff that three thirty AM Friday night text. I did. Yeah. What did you do? I actually went to a party the Norwegian embassy on Friday night. So. How's that friend of mine was having a birthday parties friends with the ambassador? So that was a nice dinner point, they serve fish. They serve. It would recorded on pin. Norway. You have to north west the jacket. Yes. There was hearing seafood to begin with some sort of seafood, and they had been alluded that they shouldn't have an entire meal seafood because I would not be able to eat anything win any award as friend of the Norwegians of the year or something unofficially. Yes. Now. Named Olson they rolled named Elsa. Yeah. It was lovely magnificent wants. That's where we're we're trying to get them to to come here to immigrate the president all Norwegian. Yeah. Success chino suit to work for the event. I did. Indeed. It was very lovely. All right. We'll take a break when we come back. We'll we'll join us. I was going to say to put Khalil on the air. But she said she's already seen wilbon. So we don't have to do that. I'm Tony Kornheiser. Listening to the Tony Kornheiser show. This is the frame bridge yet. I'm glad they're back. I haven't heard from them in a while. And the copy this is a must read it says if you've been listening to the show you've heard me talk about frame bridge. Yes, you have. But it's been a while they make it super easy and affordable to frame your favorite things from art prints and posters to the photo sitting on your phone. I have their stuff, it's very lovely. Now Valentine's approaching a you can create a unique and thoughtful gift that will last for years to come. 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So here's a song about running with the bulls figuratively in Spain of your brain, you should try. This. Hope you're on the men and slamming car doors with cribbage vigor my band of one moss. French will be playing the song Vinnie or Vini culture on Friday night, February eighth in downtown Frederick, Maryland regards to the cast and all the ships at sea more information for life shared with me via Twitter when you walk on ice. Normally when you walk you share, you sort of divide your weight evenly amongst your feet and legs when you walk on ice. You should keep all of your weight forward on your front foot. So. Did they win the ice lean in? Well, I didn't that's what my problem. It was telling me you knew how to walk on ice. See the I didn't see the Michael wilbon joins us. Now. Did you see an I don't know. Because you don't watch morning television. Did you see what the weather is today and tomorrow in Chicago, only, do I only watch morning TV to know what the weather's going to be Chicago. Yeah. Hi on Wednesday is supposed to be like minus fourteen and the low will get to about minus twenty six or twenty seven and we've been talking a lot. I had friends called me who are aware of the weather in Chicago. And they've said, oh, my God is gonna be the coldest day ever. And I said, no. And I I looked up Google coldest days in Chicago's history and of the twenty coldest days in Chicago's history. I was there for four of them, you know, somewhere in the eighteen hundreds I was there for four of them. There was a week in nineteen eighty three Christmas, and I happened that was the first Christmas. I was back as an adult after college and consecutive days. It was minus twenty four and minus twenty five and I remember 'cause it was Christmas week people were like you gotta get your Christmas shopping. Minus twenty four minus twenty five. So I was there for four of them four of the twenty coldest. I was there for so minus twenty five this isn't going to approach that this isn't going to be within ten degrees of the coldest days in Chicago history. But, but you know, minus thirteen for the high is insane. Even even even for Chicago. And the difference, of course, like every place, you know, now in thirty years ago forty almost thirty five years ago is that I'm sure Chicago will shut down because of the cold now because we're such tickets world. They'll say the kids shouldn't be outside. You know? I'm sure I had out. I was outside. I'm sure, you know, but I'm certain the city the city will shut down now. And that was not the case on those twenty days in the past when it was cold it, do you? How many times by the way Colella zero Colella Secolo get on the microphone Khalil? She looks. Great. He's alive, which I didn't know that that would happen. Friday and Saturday and Sunday, Tony not new either. So when you were ever back when you were a kid, and now everybody temperature is a relative thing when you grow up with something if it's fifteen degrees colder than it's ever been before. It's very cold for you. But it's not like you grew up in Miami. You grew up in Chicago. So you're used to the cold your blood was thicker, you could handle called better than people like me who grew up in New York. And even I could handle a lot of cold because where I went to college where I grew up, but do you recall schools shutting down to you recall cold where you where you recoiled from and said, I'm done. I'm not going out in this. No, no, I have to recall it schools were not shut down. I know 'cause even the days twenty I when I was a kid I had a paper route and old fashioned paper out either either really my bike. I pushed a card depending on what day of the week. How thick the newspaper was that day Thursdays. And Sundays, you know. There was thick enough. I had. His cart. And I had a people out from eleven to seventeen and I never missed a day as in never schools are not shutdown. Nothing stopped. My parents never said. Well, don't go outside. It's cold on what? So just where ever we are. We're Wimpy society. Relative to what we were thirty fifty eighty one hundred and fifty years ago. And so no, I know the schools didn't shut down because I was in them. I got off my paper route. And I went to school. I told you Tony the biggest snow in Chicago's history was January of nineteen sixty seven and we're just about the anniversary because it was January twenty six and twenty seven. That's from not mistake now. Yeah. Okay. So. Twenty five inches, and they said you can be at school. You can you can be as latest ten o'clock. Are you gonna are you gonna parachute into Chicago for the cold or someplace in California? I will not. No, I I, you know, I I heard I was just like oh my God. Yeah. This is crazy. And you know, I've been talking to people about it on weekends. We've known this was coming for a good week. And that's why when I say here to channel four and people say is going to be, you know, a Arctic blast of cold here in Washington, high twenty six I wanna take out a baseball bat and go out Capone. Yeah. But I mean, it's again, it's all relative. It's all relative to what you're used to so glasses. Not that word is not relative. Well, I think that the low on Tuesday night into Wednesday. Here is supposed to be four. Now, four has cold force called force cold. But it's going out Arctic me dog that relatives and the lowest four once again, the high on Wednesday in Chicago. Minus thirteen fourteen terrible. So I open with you. I opened the show by saying what I didn't watch over the weekend. What I didn't even know about. I didn't even know the NHL all star game was on. Did you watch it by any chance? We never said a word about it all week on PTA, not a single word. It's inconceivable that we will go the week before the NBA all star game and not talk about a two or three times. We don't talk about the NHL much anyway. So weird video. We just don't we don't I pay more today than you do. But you know, I'm not on it all the time. I'm not going to make that case on it right now. Anyway, because Blackhawks terrible that usually carries me to be depending on their season into the NHL season for real or just a little bit or not at all. So no, I knew I knew it was going on. And it was also we couldn't tell you. What city the game is in? Now was in California's thing it because that's why veterans said I don't wanna go. Because it's in. I don't want to take the floor. I was angry at Ovechkin for duck in it. And I I am I think that was a mistake. I think you were more tolerant of it than I was. No, no, I don't think at the end of the world. But but I think he should've been there. That's what I think. And I'm betting you did not watch even one play the Provo. I one to the Pro Bowl for thirty five years. What's the Provo sagana college? What should they do about that just named people named them Pro Bowl recipients? Proble awardees give them a trophy, given whatever money they get if they have some of their contractors and incentive, give them a jersey have a party. You know, if they want to if not don't worry about it. And that's it. But you know, the thing that the thing that Tony justifies. Having trouble is the viewership five minutes of TV show five million people watching trae, it's on watchable. It's not. Football. Football. It's like, it's basically, I mean, it's you laugh. Let them have fled football game. It's terrible and yoga. Game in either anymore because that's a waste of time to which one maybe wasted time. Doesn't Lil Bon love that though. My kids love that game. The NBA all star game. I mean, he, you know. Well, it's funny. Even Matthew said to me last year because we were there in Los Angeles. And he loves the pomp and circumstance of he loves the weekend. He's been twice now. I guess any loves the all of the skills that I love go along with it. But the game itself they don't play the game. Right. They have no interest in the game. And it was played as recently as the late nineties and early off. There was some games in which guys who said, okay, we're gonna play in six minutes. Sometimes people play. Do that didn't even do that. They have no interest in competing in it. So why should I have more interest in it than they have? Oh, I've got to say that the Mike Lynn will interview is brought to you by lows the new holding up craftsman Nigel just technically forgot to be reminded. I guess that's a good producer wish the button made that clear so I need to ask you this. And I'm I'm a one week away from the NBA when the Super Bowl is over. I'm all into the NBA. But I've certainly as we all have paid attention to James harden, Mike, and I are not generally as Gaga about James harden as others are. And I certainly thought that when Chris Paul came back. You would see a precipitous drop in hardens points hard and had forty last night. What kind of fellow is? He do you think is he receptive to coaching? If Mike Dan Tony said to him. You did what we asked when we needed it. Now, we need you to do something different. Is he receptive to that point? I will really mitt. I don't know. James harden? Oh, a lot of time around Houston the rockets last three years. But you know, certainly last year, you know, one of my favorite players in the league. I know you love. Fifteen years. So we you have that gotta talk to and PJ. Tucker is somebody I know a little bit from his time in their zone. And he's he's really good friends with with my friend, Jason Daniels in Phoenix and so's even socially PJ Tucker a little bit. And when you have guys like that, you can go and talk to and they are just to the smarter guys in the league. I I don't listen to James harden. I don't want her by James Harden's locker very much. But I mean, I think with happening here. And there are a lot of people even in the league who wonder about James harden, and they have questions maybe they know he's a great player, and they wonder about what happens to him in the playoffs. Great players while they may not be the great players. The most critical people of all, of course, about their industry may not want reporters do, but they're the most critical, and they wonder about harden. And I don't know I think that. That what happens with the dynamic with the rockets, I do know that these last year when they had their best season 'cause they got within eyelash of beating the warriors. And getting the finals before Chris Paul got hurt is it Chris Paul is the voice on the floor that they pay attention to Tony is a guy, you know, players coach and he often designs, and he's you know, a guy who's ill CEO at a lot of ways of what goes on and he lets his coordinators coordinate and his players play. And Chris Paul is that guy know what you say what you say. Because I believe that too. We have question on PTI, but a month ago who would you take onto the combo or hard in the rest of the season. And I said if you promise me, you guarantee me, Chris Paul will be out there. I'll take harden if you don't I'm not gonna take him. I meant that. Then I still made it this no matter what the numbers are. But they're you know, hardened is like. A lot of great players. Tony he will work with the coach. It doesn't mean the coach gonna dictate like like harden guy who thrive in San Antonio. Don't know. Right. Is he a guy with thrived in Miami? Under Pat Riley, both coach in his, you know, president bosses are don't know is he a guy would have thrived under under Phil Jackson. I don't know. So he has had to do that. But it's interest. It's gonna be interesting. My my my my thing with James harden. And I time to sit this he'll night on NBA TV. And it was he just got to the point again as a great player. Can I said this is great? This is this is just you know, how for the greatest players ever, it's wild. But at some point. You know, you take stock of what happens in may and June. He's going to have to answer to that is everybody does. And so this stretch. I mean, we I talked to the warriors about this the other night individually, guys, they're like, wow. But you know, the warriors have done this thing in may, and June it heart and his not. Yeah. And so I think that's what we're looking for is that fair. Yeah. Yeah. Because we've seen harden be MVP. We've seen him be runner up right now. He's gonna be MVP. Again. He's he's just wrestled away from ensemble anybody else. But ultimately test for James harden is can you do this thing when the sport requires you to do it against the best and the brightest? And I as a resounding I don't know whether that were that's being led there by the coach or lead there by your best teammate. We'll see you later. Thank you, Michael. I tell Michael wilbon boys and girls have you on the show this evening. He'll be here. He is. I am. I hastened. To add not going anywhere near Chicago in the next few days. And I guarantee you he would like to complain about the cold here on Wednesday and Thursday. But none of us will listen. That diatribe. Tony kornheiser. You're listening to the Tony Kornheiser show. Here's the rest of the lows ad, and they asked me to say lows as my new go-to destination where I can explore the latest innovative craftsman products, including their new v twenty power to battery platform, and I can that is to. I can't explore them. Yes. 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You know, this is every time I get this copy things are spelled wrong because you just print up the same thing, you don't proof read it. I'm not angry. But I mean, it's an honor. I mean, the copywriters get it wrong. And it comes to me wrong. All the time. We'll or the entire craftsman be twenty lineup at your local low store. Visit lows dot com slash Tony. That's lows dot com slash Tony. And lows is the new home of craftsman? This is the Tony Kornheiser show. Get down your down. You'll be. Now. Joe Webb in mooresville, North Carolina sends this and he writes in honor of national chocolate cake day Sunday, I wanted to share an original song written by my friend. David Scott crow, it's available in high tunes. I'm sure you will agree it as the best song. You've ever heard about cake. Do me a favor jump in the way back machine and hit me with a belting out. Where's the cake in honor of this? Great ditty. I've been vacationing for so long. I can't remember the last time Mr. orange and Baldwin on a forced vacation. Thank you for many, many years of enjoyment, and Dave Crowe says it's okay to play the song. He say lowest Spanish teacher any girls varsity tennis, coach state finals two thousand eighteen she's very very nice. This song is called. Where's the cake? Michael people like Dave Crowe wanna get their music played on the air, and they don't necessarily have a friend will send it in apple themselves. How do they do so fire up that Email machine and send it off to jingles at Tony Kornheiser show dot com? No carry. That's long running vacation reminds me of Luke russert finest lie. Line that I sent. I sent this to you tone. But Luke's best line on Friday. A lot was this Justin Rose. He's a chill guy. I ran into him a few times in the Bahamas on his. The Matt Harvey of golf. Yeah. On his yacht. Okay. Naito news. What do you got directions? We could go these this newscast, Tony. But we will obviously go with the biggest story from the weekend. That was the triumph of Binghamton back. How are we be over the main knows the main black opening black? This we Hampshire and Maine now the only two we can. Yes. Do you wanna win seventy eight to one win seventy court. Yes. At the home court and the big potato with a career high twenty six points and eleven rebounds game. Yes. Ton of double double. That's that's very now. Where does this leave the back cats in terms of the America, east, probably six seventh in the conference to five six just a game behind Hartford, and as fate would have it when we play them on Wednesday at or home at hot day of reckoning big. I believe that's the way lers. The hockey team criminal Mike leaving goal Harvard crimson. That's right. That's not Hartford. Oh, it's not Harvard. No. Elsewhere around college basketball, the Hoyas had a nice win over Saint John's eight nine seventy eight the final there. Any other games that you were Duplantis holes day MAC MacLeod the ad. It's going to be good. He's a good player five. Yes. Yes. Purdue does not know sticking Kansas. And I think both do conversion you wind down. I mean, I think that all Michigan state would be the upset of note. Yes. The big ten's awfully good. I'm gonna go eight ninety. Yeah. Which highlights just a very quickly. How not good the big east is Georgetown was in last tenth out of ten in the game before the game today with their victory is their third. There were seven teams that are more Villanova's good. Well, Penn Billingham Villanova. Sorry Villanova started to get it. Real villanovan. Marquette ranked in pretty good got that kid who took fifty again. Engage in play got hurt in the first minute of the game. We still lost power. Yes. Marcus howard. But but that is a biggie says very mediocre, they showed the early Maku getting it from Wichita state named John Morand that that Salk nets out which state which talk. No, it's more, isn't it? It's John rant is not. It's hold on. He goes to everybody saying is going to be in the lottery he goes to Murray. Stay Murray Kentucky he's supposed to be like the top three or four pick. I watched they were on playing another team with a kit. Another team. I haven't heard of. But with another kid who's supposed to be getting here. John hurt. His ankle say this early in the game. John Moran strikes me right now as this. Shears answer to trae young. When trae young was everybody said a great he was and then they put defenses on them. And they put him on TV two times a week. And he was six for twenty three time after time after time and still went two or three and working draft. They've got him. It's doing well. In the league. They've got Harry. Hi, Kevin harder. What else you got? You talked to quite a bit about the NBA with wilbon with everything else. You wanted to get into now wizards little leg. The has been a hundred thirty two points. Yes. Well, tip Dunkin's on that team. No not anymore. Sixty nine score sixty nine in the first half and go in down seventy six play. But there has been a komento Anthony sightings to Tony Madison Square Garden have. We'll none. He did have some beer and hotdog because he was in the staff as in. Nobody wants him the new she just the Knicks are terrible. Let the Knicks take him and put him out on the where he can still score eighteen points. A game was something some butts and seats he said when asked about what is next move would be at this point. I just wanted to be happy. I think I put myself in good peaceful mind comedy able to focus on wanting to focus in on whatever's gonna make me happy, then we're gonna make it happen. So. People are paying other people a million bucks for you to go away. Yeah. Yeah. The only way Chicago would accept him in a trade is if the team he was on paid them money. He was nine hundred cash, homey. Terrible. What else to the links? Mr Tony, Justin Rose your winner. The farmers insurance open at Torrey pot off that yacht. The Bahamas guys feel guy shadow. Look really carried we get. It's a Michael because I know you've probably kept on on this Michael Michael told us to keep eyes on Justin Rose tournament. Even. Yes. So that you see him he is positioning himself even deeper into that number one slot. But your eyes tell you something different. When than what the numbers say, you look at someone who is very shaky going to that final round, which sort of goes in the first five holes watching that final group. Putt anything inside sick on the makes your hands start to shake. Yeah. Nobody look at you look at a player who is who's numbers and just the way he strike. The ball through the bag is so solid and consistent. Even if I still think he's a little unsure over those over those shorter putts. And you look at someone who is who is of a pretty slight build who is putting it out there with the same ball speed that you're seeing Dustin Johnson Tiger Woods. It's pretty remarkable. And you're going to see him probably continue to further himself from other golfers. I think the bigger stories looking guy like Adam Scott, and what this new rule with the flagstick in is going to do with guys with historically been weaker putters, and maybe some of its nerves may it's the way that you set up, but you're seeing him now with the flagstick in on everything and you're saying that he was probably one of the head one of the biggest jumps in terms of stroke gains on the greens. How does it tell me how that works? Why would you keep the stick in? Because if you hit it with any sort of speed it might bounce out completely. What what does that do for a shaky putter? So for some players, it just helps with your alignment gives your is something to anchor onto as you were trying to set something up at the same. Why you're not allowed to use certain visual aids to ensure that you're getting into the proper setup, and the common example, just be let's say of a downhill putt. So tiger the rule almost didn't feel like it took effect until you saw tiger doing it. He has a fast downhill putt for eagle. He leaves the putt in. Because if it's downhill you're going to fast, it might stop dead right by the whole. Yes. On a two foot, or if you bang it really hard which Adams was doing it might bounce out. But the math says it's more than the tiger did. Well, right at least at the last five holes on say, the most exciting thing about that. Tournament's seeing tiger go four five under on his back nine which is the front nine because they'd split. Very nothing finish all very dull tournament. I watch these things. And I I gave. Shout out to Jeff pig who reached out to me on Twitter closing the loop from west Amman. Michael had mentioned the transition of Justin Rose from tailor-made to Hama gall. He's got the hat and the former CEO of taylormade according to Jeff is now leading North American Gulf business for Honda as of last August. So rose was with Taylor made his entire career before flipping and very very famously Taylor. They stayed with Justin Rose through about a ten year slump. So he has strong ties to that leadership. One thing Tony I read about the flagstick in thing algae is if picture yourself if you're just even putting both by the river, fix yourself a train station. If you're just putting your house, and you you let's just say had a hole in the floor, which I do in the little daughter. Then imagine you take this coffee Cup or a solo Cup and turn it upside down over the whole in. Now, you're trying to hit the physical Cup that is up and out and they just better. Yeah. They say because there's a physical protrusion there. You maybe what else? Do we have to these sag after Tony because I voted outstanding performance by a male actor in a leading role Jeff tone. Who did I have out stemming? I think I might have had Romney Malik and you'll win it who did you have for female leading. I wanted Melissa McCarthy, but I did pick Glenn Close link close as you wind up. Supporting role. I definitely had the guide Shelly. No, no. No. No. No. No, no. I definitely had the guy who walk and Richard Richie grant. Yes. Well, it's Hershon. What about female actor in a supporting role? I probably had Emma stone Emily blunt wins for a quiet time. Never saw them. Yeah. It was quite good movie performance by a cast. Oh, I hadn't seen all the movies. So I may have voted for stars born. I don't know. I didn't. I don't Blacksands as you win. Good. Yes. Because that made three hundred million dollars. It's good to reward something that people actually light people something that's not in some language that you have to read it's Sweden subtitles in Germany wonderful. Good people like that movie. Did you care about it into TV when his yeah? With TV winner. We'll Justine Bateman one for ozone. Okay. So this is my problem with those are just Jason Jason Jason I'm sorry. I met him. Where'd you get it right at a Super Bowl party? Once really nice sneaky short, no regular size nine five ten. Eleven. It's great hairline Margaret problem with with that show is everybody. I haven't I the second season. But I didn't want for you get over. Everybody says you got to watch the first that's twelve hours watching I. I think it's still worth it. I don't know. It's a great show, actually. Actually, I ate there. They are in our I was gonna say I think they're like forty five minutes. Patricia can't win. I voted for her for gate. That series. But that was she had guts the way. She Ben Stiller, right? Yeah. Yes. Andro one killing. I didn't vote for her series the other girl and killing breaking anything. No, the Americans. Wins for the Malvinas. Mrs Maes, Tony shalhoub and Rachel Brosnahan. Gotta get. Yes. Yeah. That's about it. That's about it from that. Mr Tony this report coming out from the Washington Post onto it's not from the Washington Post. This would be from Ian Rapoport that he's on the NFL network. Yes. This is his tweet from yesterday. One store full of two thousand nineteen the Redskins are planning as if they won't have quarterback Alex Smith next season. So say they believe he'll miss the entire season with his broken leg issues interacting accordingly. If he's ready. They'll be pleasantly surprised so let me just say this. It was an should have been an embarrassment to the Washington Post that they were beaten on the story that there were complications after surgery with his leg infections and things went sideways. They didn't have that story. They're supposed to have this story too. They have people who cover that team full-time. If this is true not saying it is too. If. This is true. They should have had this when when Alex Smith walked out in public and went to that Wednesday game is not walking. Yeah. And you saw that thing those that didn't do he's he was at a wizards game last week has the full leg cast with all the like Frankenstein's stuff coming out of it the contraption. I don't know what it's called. It was a compound fracture. Yes. Okay. So the the question truly isn't. And I don't think it even really was next year. Will he ever play again thirty four currently in this city team that the the people that cover that team EV dish should come as no surprise? They should not be a new story that someone at another at the NFL network has story should not be being should be out here. What else? That's it. Did you hear the story about sixty five year old Richard camera? Hausky who is he? Ooh. On the news this morning. He was headed north. When he got into a slight accident with age thirty seven year old by the name of Mark. Fitzgerald owes is the guy driving the Infinity widen pulled over to the side and cameras age sixty five gone out. And that's when things don't go little bit sideways the exchange between the became heated can rescue reached in and grabbed a water bottle from inside the car. Fitzgerald drive away can rocky jumped on the hood of the car, and and then this is on the mass turnpike. And then what was the distance of three miles? Fitzgerald was traveling rates of up to seventy miles an hour trying to start and stop and swerve to shake off the doesn't murder attempted murder. Now, granted the took water bottle and smashed. Which you know, I'm not saying justifies it. I'm just saying. Was fearful as Michael pointed out real strong. Nice. He stressed out the. Yeah. I just kept telling him stop the cost of the Coney us fast cars, so I can kill you. Finally, some motorists were able to pin the car in and one motor sweaty conceal and carry came out with a gun. It looks like he's he's actually citizen. So we'll tell you. They both have to be arrested. Fitzgerald was John for the salt with a dangerous weapon on on a person over sixty. So that's. So you get a discount. Negligent upper negligent operation of a motor vehicle leaving the scene of property damage in this camera hausky was arrested on suspicion of disorderly conduct and militias damage to a motor vehicle smashed the windshield. Yes. So they both in released on their own more. You should have Mon have mug it out. Yeah. They let's get out here. Well, guy radio when we return, I'm Tony Kornheiser. You're listening to the Tony Kornheiser show. Ziprecruiter, add this is be option B option B hiring can be pretty time consuming. You post a job to several online job boards, only, tons of the wrong resumes. Then you have to sort through all of those resumes. 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But if you ideas, and they they're working on it and everything was in the garbage pail. So they went to a diner to get some of the eat, and they just spew of Oldham just had his head down. And he looks up the producer. And he goes, you know, I could just cry like a baby. I can't get it done. What you say? By the time. They won't across the street. Done so way. They Wade works. The way works all the time. So I mentioned at the beginning of the show that I didn't I I was sort of lost this weekend. I got this was the hardest thing so far with the broken rib because I could've played golf yesterday. It was like mid forties. It wasn't particularly windy. I would have happily walked eighteen yesterday. Just to get out of the house and have something to do. And I couldn't do that. And so I was I was angry all weekend. 'cause I physically I can't do anything really gained four pounds in twelve days. I've gained four pounds is not only a my Gary was talking about that with Thorndike and fat every wider in order to take in order to take the medicines. I'm taking they say you have to eat food while you take the medicine, and I'm taking the medicines three and four times a day. I'm a cowboy at this point. I cannot get on the ground. I can't stretch I can't do anything. So I had to find something. Do I watched? There's two shows that I watch. Well was a movie I watched bohemian rhapsody. Anybody watching is anybody out there. Watchful human ramps hands. No hardly a couple. So here's look I was never a Queen fan. I'm not invested in Queen. I mean, look, I, Freddie Mercury was and who Queen was they had more big songs than I thought when you go through the Camelot they've had some of the greatest rock and roll songs of all time. But it's like, I'm watching this. It's not a particularly good movie. It's exciting. It's not particularly good. It's over every single thing. They do is overdone in the movie. There's no subtlety at all in the movie, and you begin to ask yourself. How much debauchery is too much botchy in the answering temper tantrums. I mean, you don't know anything about anybody else in the band. It's all about, you know, at the end, I was happy movie was over as a great ending there at the Live Aid, concerts, got a great ending. So enough was enough on that. And that's and that is nominated for an academy work the movies that I've seen that are nominated for the Academy Award. None of them are great. I've not seen a great movie and in the evening, I had this dilemma about Ozark now going to see. In front of the time. Instead what I ended up watching not rent, which I didn't know what was on. I didn't know was on. I watch. This thing called the Kaminsky method. Kamensky method. It's yes, it's eight episodes. It's not long. It's only four hours total. I got six through. It's got the great actors Michael Douglas and Alan Arkin every once in a while you look up, and you go is that end, Margaret. She's in like, you don't know what's going to. Nothing about it with. Okay. The premise of the show, and I'm going to be a little more critical than I think these people are going to like the premise of the show is that Allen of Alan Arkin at mid seventies. Michael Douglas at mid seventies. He's running an actor studio sort of thing, he's the teacher teaching acting probably modeled after Lee Strasberg or something like that. And Alan Arkin is a great and powerful agent when the us company I don't want to give away too much their POWs they've been POWs forever. Alan Arkin was introduced to the woman who became his wife by Michael Douglas, great actors, and it's sort of funny here, and there it's pretty funny. I described this to Chris as sort of like curb your enthusiasm for older, milder, stay in your lane kind of people because it's not it's not wacky. You know? It's funny. They're they're wonderful. It's funny. I went six deep on the. Episodes. I enjoyed myself. I thought it was I thought it was good. I think it's great. It's great. I think it's good to finish it over the top far less over the tiger. Don't put golf clubs in coffins and steal them. Do you laugh out loud shackle to yourself? I had there were a couple of out loud laugh lines. There were thirty and sixty minutes or a little bit around thirty minutes because they're old. They can't go sixty more. Now, there's a little too much. Prostate problems were just go on. Dead. Michael Douglas camping. He's got a in any camping, you know. And it's like three episodes of that. And you'll solve this thing. Ready? Here's a pill get outta here. Danny devito really does make you laugh as urologist. Notion. So good. I will recommend it without it's not the Americans. I'm not gonna tell you. It's great. It's not breaking bad. Or you know, what was the Baltimore. When the wire, but it's it's pretty good. But not so I'm I didn't have anything else to do. I want you to watch just one other thing. I want you to watch his bodyguard. It's not it's one season. It's you don't care about this. But it's the one of the main characters who gets off spoiler alert and game of thrones. He's he's won a bunch of stuff this year for his role. It's it's vaguely about politics, but it's British politics. It's good. It's like sick terrace, which they do I watched a little bit of Brexit with. Twenty minutes. I said I'm done. I'm done. I'm bored out of my skull ear not watching anymore back at the end. So Tracey sent me a note the other day about cashless society that more and more things are turning to Schlitt society. Sure trouble. You tremendously it's the death of America. As far as I like cash. I grew up thinking cash was good stray cat show. Mary cash I pay for gas with cash I pay for groceries with cash. I'm now going to be refused. I'm going to be refused. Because you know, what this unlike the rest of you people just look every car. Your bills you never check your bills. So you could be being hoodwinked. I check my bills down something I've found something the other day on American Express they were robbing me out of one hundred eighty dollars for a gift. I got for somebody that I said, I'm paying with points on this, and I called them, and they made it, right? But this happening now Michaels of the age, you you just you have to stuff from your accounts. Do you go over your Bill? I go over every single to my bills. Yes. When it makes sense. I do have automatic debits from those accounts. But I do check it. And it's interesting you're coming at this from your age in a different way than I would. I worry about these cashless. It's mostly cashless stores that you're thinking, and they're trying to say this is for you. This is to save time. This is for the consumer this is so they can segregate who's walking into their store. There are a lot of barriers as to what it what it what you have to go through to have a line of credit to have these to have these apps, and I worry about. On that side of it. I don't know anything about that. I just don't want to always use credit cards. I believe in cash. Point yet cash works in banks anymore end. This is the end of America. This isn't a stupid wall. Have you know? Saying predicted the sag after awards folks, speak attention of going into banks have you and I wish maybe it's Capital One. Have you seen these ads for this new coffee shop yank they're making coffee shops, Capital One? And they are making like a have you seen? This coffee bar in the Bank. They're trying to get you to go back into the Bank and go in the Bank. But this you wouldn't recognize the only pet you in the Bank bucks. Think. I just had. I haven't carried Ivan had twenty dollars in cash on me and five years. Really? Yeah. No. I just don't have. I just don't my wife always gets mad because we go places where you're supposed to tip and just Steph them, I mean, that's my way. That's. She's why do you never have any money? I'm money ever. Why should I give money like when I parked my car? Yeah. Hon, do we know tip the valley bucks? But I, you know, but, but we're we're Lee so nobody cares about cash anymore. Discounts issue discounts for cash eventually there will be Bach owed own your wrist, which would be dodgy, and you'll swear Jeff in your head microchip right at the base of your skull. What I wanna see store? I know. I don't wanna see I wanna see Hamel dot. Yes. I want to. I'm tired of these dilatot TV reviewers who look at grassland and Pete Hamill, and they think they're like troglodyte s-. They don't exist anymore, not all embracing of every single person out there and their problems and their feelings. Now, these these tough guys he's on a street a phone. They right tough guy counts. Jimmy, president Pete Hamill or great. They were great forever and ever and ever. Now, I understand that what they wrote then. Not being favor. Now that doesn't mean they weren't great. You're time. Pete Hamill memoir. They're not drinking a life. I think it's called. Oh, wow. Don't type drinking into the internet. Woo. What happened? Well, there's a lot of pictures, maybe fired soon, drinking Hamill. It's it's I I read it a long time a drinking life a memoir by eight. Ryan. Great Britain was larger than life. I don't know. The Hamill was but present on your local, Amazon's speaking of cash, this is Walter. He did the documentary wasn't. He would Newsweek for. MSNBC type in drinking into Google. This is what comes out that when I'm gonna get Australia stripper under fire for drinking beer from a digital do. Yeah. Came up for me. So that's what came up for me. I was a little bit. Fishing water features. Are we going to is the government gonna close down again Schule Trump said yesterday in an interview at the Wall Street Journal that it's less than fifty fifty that he thinks they've made a deal. I think what's going to happen is they will not make a deal. You know, it's there's now a conference committee. There's nineteen people. I don't know what's happening cleaning up. It's nice nineteen members congress on a conference committee that they're supposed to try to figure out funding for the wall slash border slash steel slats fencing, and I think they will not do that to his faction and at the end of it he will declare national merge and use that money that military funding, and they'll be huge legal fight. But it'll be a protracted legal fight. So he'll be able to say I got wall funding, even though he eventually may not because he's taking money if he does do national -mergency he taking money allocated by congress or something entirely different. So can he take the money and start to build while being run? Yes, you can declare national emergency allocate money. Take money that's allocated. Elsewhere and say we need it for what happens with hurricane. Yes. The issue is the legal fight will be over is not after forty five days of hand-wringing number can see. But that's I think what will happen. So I don't think the government that would not mean the government shutdown again, it would just mean he would declare national all so you don't think the government will. I think at the end of it. He he is sufficiently cowed by the government shutdown that he clearly I mean, he didn't look he starts the government shut the emergency. All he ends it saying, well, we don't have any money for the wall. But we're going to reopen the government for three weeks. I mean, he players emergency to avoid the second show. Correct. Okay. But he won right? Always cleared on the Thursday show. He won. I don't know why it's complicated. 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Haley Out, Dems Unhinged & Anarchy in America - 10/9/18

Pat Gray Unleashed

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Haley Out, Dems Unhinged & Anarchy in America - 10/9/18

"The blaze radio network. On demand. At grade is here on the blaze radio network. And welcome to it. Great. Have with us triple eight nine hundred thirty three ninety three. Lot to get to today. The breaking news of Nikki Haley resigning. Her position is UN ambassador, completely out of the blue seems to have surprised even the Trump administration. Apparently nobody saw that coming. And so everybody's wondering will why. There was no indication that she was going to step down and then all of a sudden she headed, I guess, last week she handed her resignation to President Trump and now obviously we're, we're hearing about it. And that was the big announcement that President Trump alluded to when he tweeted out a few hours ago. So you know, now this speculation begins. Oh, okay. She she must be the the anonymous writer of that New York Times op Ed where she's fighting against the president behind the scenes. I don't know. It doesn't seem didn't seem like it could be her. Actually. She spent two loyal to the president and it seemed like she's been. She's been a pretty good Trump soldier. I, it seems like she's been a great UN ambassador, so I hope whoever he appoints. Is is a strong as she has been because it's been a really refreshing change of pace and Trump is now saying that six months ago, Nikki Haley told him who's six months that, yeah, that she told him that she needed to take a break maybe end of the year, but so she might just be tired. Yeah, but, but he also said that maybe she would serve through the end of twenty eighteen but twenty eight teens not done, and she's gone. So I don't know how much you want to read into that. But that's the latest from the president himself. All right. They're speculating that the next ambassador might be a vodka Trump. I. That would be interesting. He just appointed his daughter who's got no experience in that kind of role. Yeah, it's twenty eight teen though Nikki Haley left now. So if he does do that over just fit in with the rest of the year, what it represents. So let's do that. Yeah, or Jared, her her husband. Oh, I thought you were talking about the diamond company no interest now that would be, or you know, the guy from subway, imprisoned in probably can't serve as a Basseterre in the UN. I know he'd fit in our government perfectly. With his rap sheet. But anyway, yes, so that's, that's shocking actually. And I hate that because she has been absolutely incredible in that role spend so great such a great defender of the United States and Israel and a no nonsense person. She's taking absolutely zero nonsense from the rest of the UN and and they're assembled critics of the United States and Israel. In fact, we pulled out of the human rights commission because we're sick and tired of all of these terrorists nations accusing us, and Israel of being the problem in the world. So. And I don't buy that. She's the leaker or the behind the scenes person talking about. Yeah, because look, how does it surfer? Well, if she has presidential ambitions which I still think that she does in the back of ably how is she how? How does this benefit her being behind the scenes leaking stuff behind the scenes of the Trump administration? Because look if it serves to tear him down and he loses in twenty twenty. Then she's got wait till twenty twenty four anyway to go against the democrat president because she's not going to run in two thousand twenty things are going smoothly for Trump because he's going to run for reelection so she can't move until twenty twenty four anyway. But you know what? Who knows? I don't know, but I just don't think it's. Doesn't seem like it's her, but that's, of course the immediate speculation because nobody saw it coming and you know, she can't just be tired. She can't just want to do something else. That'd be that it can't be that maybe she's just had enough of the UN and she just wants to spend more time maybe with herself or her family. Yeah, in someone, I don't know where she lives fulltime soom still South Carolina, but she obviously has spent a lot of time in New York with the United Nations and all the crap that goes on there. But someone who moved from South Carolina to New York, I can totally see how in less than two years. You're ready to get the hell out. So that could be possibly as well. She mayton actually just be sick of it. Should she could? That is a possibility here? Yeah. I mean, I'm I'm pretty sick of everything that's going on, and I'm not even in the administration, but I as a person who watches it every day you can't help but get fed up with this stuff. DNC chair, Tom Perez was on MSNBC last night talking about the GOP and how terrible they are. And here's some of what was said when he was asked about the situation right now, people were mobilized, they're showing up events, candidates, recruitment, fundraising, all that stuff. How much does the new cycle matter that the things that are happening that are grabbing people's attention? I think there's a sense that there's this kind of, you know this, this needle moving back and forth. But from your perspective, doesn't matter that much. What's in the Newsday today. Of course, it matters. I mean, when when you see the mistreatment of Dr Ford wait a minute, when you see the mistreatment of Dr Ford from the GOP, they treated her with kid gloves, they soft bald her, they coddled her no one mistreated Dr Ford, not in the Republican party. Somebody betrayed her confidence in the democrat party, but how how she mistreated in any way by anybody that that is that's ludicrous. That's a mistreatment of every woman across America. Because if you mistreat one woman, you've mistreated all women. When was that a thing? When did that become the new standard kids ripped from their parents at the border? That's an affront to our values, the nation. When you see the first of all, they weren't ripped from their parents. They were taken in placed in a separate facility. Something every single illegal alien knew would happen when they were caught breaking into our country that is on them. They kept coming anyway. They kept doing it anyway and and by the way, where was Tom Perez when Barack Obama did the same thing unbelievable over the tact by Republicans day in and day out the union movement attacked by Republicans day in and day out who's even talking about unions don't. I haven't heard a Republican or democrat talking about unions. No one. Oh, yeah. All this union-bashing has really, that's worn us out over the last couple years since Trump was in. Whereas anybody even disgust a union, not recently when we say that there are no guard rails in Washington. I know that for sure, there are no shutter. Democrats base, you got that rightly left moderate Republicans. They accidentally tell the truth for a second there. He's exactly right. There are no moderate Democrats. He absolutely got that right the first time then he tries to claim. Then you try to claim that there's no moderate Republicans in a party that he leads that is loaded with socialists and communists and antiga radicals, black lives matter radicals, Tom Perez is the head of a party. The claims. There are dozens of genders that a party that accepts condones and promotes the continued slaughter of sixty million plus babies. Tens of millions of those by the way would become women and minorities. Don't don't try to don't try to say that the Republican party is loaded with extremists win. This guy himself said that socialists or the future of. Of their party. Socialist and socialism is the future of their party. He said that about a Okaz yo Cortes. So don't try to play that. Republicans left in the United States Senate, and you know, we need to elect more Democrats in the Senate and state house. And so I see that every day and what I see everywhere is that people understand that democracy can't be a spectator sport every anymore. And I see not only women are selenium are activated. I see rural voters activated because we're gonna ising everywhere. People understand that preexisting conditions aren't just for Democrats or Republicans or rural voters, urban voters, these issues, touch people everywhere. Wow, that is that's hard to listen to. From one of the most extreme leaders of mainstream party probably US history. And again, a guy who said socialism is a future of their party. How do you even with a straight face and nobody ever challenged? Certainly not Chris Hayes, hey, Chris, as isn't going to say, wait a minute, Tom, a your parties pretty extreme itself. Isn't that the pot call on the kettle black? Isn't that. That a little bit hypocritical of you, Tom, I don't know that you can be using such incendiary phrases. I know I know kettle black really horrified expression. Actually, there is more there's more trouble for a baseball commentator. Yeah, who's actually used some language that actually he actually used chink in the ARL. Gosh, you say it? Yeah, he said it. He said it. I repeated that he actually quoted him as saying that doesn't make it better. No, true. TBS baseball, color commentator, Ron darling used the phrase Jenkin the armor during the performance of the Yankees pitcher Masahiro Tanaka during game two and an apology of course, followed. He said, darling, said a little chink in the army for a little chink in the armor for Tanaka here. That was near the end of the fourth inning. It's the first inning where he's lost a little of his control. Obviously he's not calling him. Anything. He's talking about the little divot in a piece of armor from a night, and it's unbelievable that we can't understand that now we can't. We can't as a society. How is it possible that we just can't figure it out. Here's a question of the plus. The guy's got Asian heritage. Oh, on Dhahran. Dhahran the announcer? Yes, he's, he is partially of Chinese descent. Well, his mother is Hawaiian Chinese, so you know, doesn't make a lot of sense for him to be an Asian racist. So it's the Hawaiian part of him that does the announcing apparently the up early, not the Chinese part, but here's a question today, do you do we lack commonsense or common decency more in America right now, Twenty-eight teen is more to call it a tie. Yeah, tweet out a poll Pat unleashed she's, I mean, so asinine pathetic people just wanna be offended. They don't care. The means to it. They just yeah, right. So I can have some reason to wine out loud and get attention. So he issued an apology. Almost immediately said earlier tonight. I used an expression while referencing Mazda hero Tanakh as recent pitching performance. While unintentionally apologized for my choice of words. Why? Obviously you didn't mean it that way. You meant it as if it was a some sort of a divot in his armor. Really something else that I just I just dropped my copy minute flew across the room. Then use that one, right? We could just do that. We just do all right, triple eight, nine hundred thirty three ninety. Three. Let me tell you about brickhouse nutrition was created by a team of top positions and they got together foreign brickhouse nutrition and then created field of greens because they wanted to create a real SuperFood something that people can you know, use powder form, put it into something like just even a glass of water, eight ounces of water and it flavors it. 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Just but struck by the amazing hypocrisy of the left today from Tom Perez the head of the DNC talking about how there's no more moderates in the Republican party. Wow. What a statement that is from a guy who leads a party like he leads filled again with socialists and they're, they're proud of it. They don't seem to be running from it at all. In fact, he said, it's the future of the party. Then you've got Hillary Clinton talking about the GOP as well, not be civil with a political party that wants to destroy what you stand for, what you care about. That's why I believe if we are fortunate enough to win back the house and the Senate, that's when civility can start again. But until then the only thing that the Republicans seem to recognize and respect is strength. And you heard how the Republican members led by Mitch McConnell, the president really, really demeaned confirmation process. Insulted attacked not only Dr Ford, but women who are speaking out, you know, look, I remember you've never been. Should never cutting down the voting in Florida in Johnson. I remember the swift boating swift John, Kerry I remember Sean things in the Republican party did to John McCain in two thousand. Concerned about that for five years falsehoods the lies, which unfortunately, what falsehood I like to know one falsehood that is well. Okay. Maybe she claims the death list is a falsehood, but you know, most people don't believe the and most people don't even talk about the death list. We do on a regular basis because it's fun. It's funny, but we're not seriously accused of Merle. No, no, of course not. No man, just because Vince Foster shot himself in the mouth and the neck, and and then in the head three or four times and then dragged himself across the street and dumped his body at the park throws glasses like way. I think. I think so low. I don't want on well and yeah, I don't wanna look studious after I've shot by self. Yeah, so we have fun. So we. Is is the right, but she makes it out as if everything she's been through is ally and a creation of the Republican party. It's just absolute garbage. And her husband by the way is one of the worst offenders on this planet. And she tried to destroy every single woman that came forward against her husband. Yeah, you talk about attacking women. That's all she did in the night. Was her job in that White House said she did it? Well, she did it well ask any of them who have been through the Hillary wringer. She went after each and every one of them people believe because the Republicans have put a lot of time money and effort in promoting. You've never been. You're dealing with an ideological party. That is good British by the lust for power lodges funded by corporate interests who want a government that does its bidding, it's, you can be civil, but you can't overcome what they intend to do unless you win elections. I see. Okay. Wow. Could you start that over though? Just need the first fifteen seconds when you get a second, not be civil with a political party that wants to destroy. Little bit more what you stand for, what you care about. That's why I believe if we are fortunate enough to win back the house and the Senate, that's when civility can start again. Looking for? Yeah, yeah. Civility gonna start again, if you Democrats power when when she gets her way, why then we can be. And she goes on to say, yeah, and the White House to not the case. Never been the case. In fact, you guys get more rabid when you have power because then there's absolutely nothing holding you back. She terrible. Oh my gosh. So many ways. Good heavens to think that that could have been our president. What a nightmare, and I will tell you if nothing else puts twenty sixteen the election into perspective, it's the tweet from Sarah Huckabee Sanders over the weekend. We're currently celebrating, and this is Suming. This is swimming. Cavenaugh Gorsuch will be conservative in John Roberts on everything except for ObamaCare because he's being blackmailed, but I digress six to three. We have a conservative court right now which instead would be a five to four liberal court if Hillary were president, think about that. Yeah. Think about losing potentially losing the Senate and the house and the supreme court, and you would have the presidency in that case, if not for a Trump victory. It's amazing Tomase into consider triple eight, nine hundred thirty three ninety three and the democrat hypocrisy continued with Tom steer for some reason. I mean, there's a coordinated effort right now to for all of these people to paint the GOP as extremists and and they're going down the, they're going down the class line. Again, the rich white people are evil, and they're out to try to take your money and take what you have because all they care about is gaining more money. And usually they get it from the little people. They just take what they had right because there's only a pie and they just keep taking more of it and people like Tom Styler a really concerned about that. Yeah, really, really worried about a man of the people. I mean, we're trying to protect our democracy her. Here's what he says. Never campaigned against a colleague in my life that's about to change the Senator Graham right is impeachment political suicide for Democrats as it relates to Justice Cavanaugh. I don't think so. But I think what I think what Senator Graham is saying was on evidence in Washington last week, which was a group of very rich, very entitled to tell the rest of the country. We are going to have our way and if you don't really that is too darn bad. As far as I'm concerned, the only thing everybody else can do. The rest of America is go to the polls on November six rich entitled, white ranch. Title and democracy exists. Could you please give us a cliff notes version of who Tom's diaries? Yeah, he's one of the richest people in the world. He's a billionaire who supports incredibly progressive policies and is an entitled rich white guy. Super-rich a billionaire. White guy who is definitely trying to affect the election and so for him to call these rich entitled white men, and they're trying to subvert our democracy, which by the way, we don't have one. Pretty hypocritical. Hi, it's an interesting movement and an interesting coordination. They must have gotten together after the confirmation and said, all right, this is going to be attacked line. Now we're going to blame this on the rich white senators who have, you know, yes, they did everything we asked them to do, including a seventh f. b. i. investigation. But we're going to spin it that they just had to have their way. And so no matter what happened, no matter what was found out about this man. They were going to have their way which is as every single American knows. That's not how it went down. They insisted on delaying the vote. The vote was delayed. They insisted on another FBI investigation. They got one, they insisted that the be allowed to look beyond Christine. Ford. And into the other allegations, they were allowed to do that. And still nothing was found and it's still not good enough just to absolutely astounding. But we knew it was going to happen that way triple eight, nine hundred thirty three Ninety-three more Pat gray unleashed coming up. Pat gray, the blaze radio network. Hat gray returns on the blaze radio network. Nine hundred thirty three ninety three and Pat unleashed on Twitter. So. We continue to hear from these radicals who just point the finger of radicalism at the other side. And I just I, I wonder if independence are buying into this, obviously Republicans, no better. Democrats are going to believe everything they're told. But are the independence being swayed by any of this or do they know what's going on too? Well, it seems that it seems like at least as far as the up hearing was concerned, they sided with Republicans in the on how that was handled by twenty eight percent independence thought the Democrats handled it badly. I have a theory where as a society make just middle America, voter that could go either way in every November. Yep, they realize something's wrong with this country and that we have lost our ever living minds in the streets in congress everywhere, which just as a society insane now. And I think the Democrats realized they overplayed their hand with cavenaugh and now they're like, okay, look, the average voter is panicking. They know something's crazy every all this divisiveness and stuff. Let's blame Republicans for it. Yeah. Yeah, we'll blame Republicans and maybe we'll get some votes that way enrolling salvage some of this and that's clearly going on. Meanwhile, they in their groups, they're a little spinoff splinter groups like antifa continue to get more and more radical. Do we show this at all yesterday the mtpa goons in Portland, direct, directing traffic around a gathering. I don't know what they were. Please just sat there and watched. I don't know why. I don't know how I guess it's because the mayor of Portland is so extreme so radical, he didn't. He didn't stop them when they were shutting down a government office building. He didn't stop them when they were pooping in the streets. Didn't stop them when they were threatening people. In fact, he voiced support for him. So here's antifa that is redirecting traffic in Portland. Because I told you to really, who are you. The white. Why aren't you. The road. Just turn right. He's. Jesus. Traffic. You can turn turn your chest. That's on believable. These people have no authority to do what they're doing and the guy yelling at him. Yeah, you sure. White boy Archer. Yes. Is that a problem? White boy. You are a white person as well as work at your. No, you don't have a house. You live under the bridge because that's what you've chosen to do. That's the deal. Never seen. His reflection doesn't know. No skin is lack or Hispanic. I don't know. Asian, who knows he? He may think he looks like grimace he we have, no, because he have a mirror or a shower, probably. What would you have done if you're being redirected like that by people with north already? I defiantly may have just gone the way it was going to go in first place. Don't know. However, I know when we watched the second video this, I know what I would have done then. Which, yes, here's somebody who decided. Yeah, I'm not gonna. Listen to you. Goons I'm gonna go the way I wanna go. Many did. Here's what happened. Beating on his. Again, after he stuck, his car was dumb. I don't know why he stopped any gets. Patties white doing. Get out on that street. Bashing, his car, kicking it, hitting it, seeding on it. I think the problem in his plan here Mr. Whitey, MC white driver there. Yeah. Is that when he chose to get out of his car, he wasn't brandishing a weapon. It should should've been. That's what I would have done differently. Yeah, it's that's unbelievable. And by the way, there were police in the area. There's a motorcycle cop half a block away and he just sat there on his. Do we have. What the cop was doing or was it just still shot? I can't recall. I don't think we know there's a motorcycle cop. Yeah, watching it just watching literally on that block watching this absolutely nothing here here. People that are vandalizing a car right in front of officers of the law, and they're not doing thing amounted blocking and blow pride of way in the middle of the street. Portland is ungovernable apparently it's completely out of control if you want any idea why the NBA's terrible. It's the fact that look right there. The only only professional league represented in the city of Portland says a lot. Don't you dare say in my ear, Christian Portland, timbers, MLS Major League Soccer is not. That's not a thing. Nothing communists about four sports. It's a thing for third world nations. It's not. It's not. It's not. Portland, it's becoming a third world nation. Yeah. Well, it is the third world of gist is of America. Well underway. I mean there there are things that everything I've seen today. Kissing me off. No, it's making me so angry. The injustice of it, all and the futility, the helplessness that you feel when you're watching this stuff thinking, please just let me talk to this person. Please let me be in this situation because although if somebody started beating on my car. I, I'm not sure what would I do I I wouldn't take it, but what are you going to do in that situation? You're surrounded by ten or fifteen people, and you could get a real beatdown or get killed. I don't know what you should be doing because if and when they dry, when they surround your vehicle and you're only escape is to drive through them, you got to be willing to drive through them or willing to reach beneath your seat. And if you use them to something, you have a weapon of some kind or a book. Maybe I want to give them reaching meet the seat here and to give him a gift, a pocket constitution. That's that's gonna be code on this show for now on. I'm going to brandish my pocket constitution. I'm sure they'll care, but I'm sure Tom Steyer come out and say, how look these registered Republicans blocking streets in Portland, something along those lines. We'll come out if this is their plan of attack between now and November's. Sixth, you're going to start hearing. They're going to try it and they're going to try to link. These groups to the right again and say, look the right wingers that are causing the chaos in the streets like Portland vote democrat, or they're going to try to make it out like if you oppose antifa as they've done in the past, your opposing a black group and you're just, you know that they're predominantly black and you're a racist. Well, no antique is not predominantly black that I know of all those people that we just saw. None of them were black. We're they the. No, that's right. There might have been one. One person were mostly white or Hispanic, and they were just eight holes. Doesn't matter what color they were. They were just being douchebag 's when I was growing up in the eighties, do you remember how it was? So it was so in style to to draw like an a. for anarchy on your clothing and stuff like that. There were several people in my school, and they would have like Jean jackets, and they would draw paint an eight. A on and you thought that wasn't a thing. When I was in school, I'm talking about the eighties and it was like, you know, it was thought that those people ridiculous really anarchy that what you want. That's what you in an arc est. Okay, holy crap. Look at this man. Every other day we have a new video actually shows those kind of people that mentality inaction in our city streets in America. It's it's insane. Time we're here earlier. It is frightening. It is frightening. Also some New York City. Protesters were bussed in to an upstate campaign. Other some audio of an activist telling a busload of protesters heading up to upstate rally, not to tell anyone. Don't tell anybody that you're actually from New York City. We wanna pretend what we said just where local people yet, because it's all routes. This is audio of you and I sang happening, boom. Here you go check this out. I want to say that it's important if you post on social media, please do not mention that you were from New York City. The reason is much though they love us the campaign on September fifteenth posted that the pay was bending, bussing in busloads of New York City, democratic socialist. Siders in try wane a campaign and the kids need is understandably concerned about this fact that they know that the reason we're doing this is precisely because we hear about New York. That is amazing. All right. It's really important for you guys not to say that you're a busload of democratic socialist from New York City, because the problem is the campaign is saying that you're a bus load of democratic socialist from New York City being passed in a religious for Begum. What we said yesterday on this program, it is exactly what the campaign accused them of is what they're doing. And they're probably being paid for it to a betcha the. Yeah, yeah, yeah, absolutely. They're being paid. That is just absolutely crazy. So it's important for you. I wonder who recorded that because that is priceless. Audio. Yeah. And in the picture the way, if you're listening on the blaze radio, what you're missing, the element you're missing there is it's it's a shot from like you're at the front of the bus, taking the picture toward the back and everybody to a man or woman or gender x. is holding up their fist black power. I mean, resist or whatever the hell you want, what whatever it is and there's, there's a tweet breaking leak leak. Oh, liberal organizer. Till's New York City activists not to mention where they're from while being bussed in from New York City campaigning in upstate New York for Delgado four New York nineteen who's running against John Fazel. It's. It's amazing that we continue to prove everything we've been saying about this movement. Everything we've been saying about the left turns out to be true and yet somehow they, they continue to deny it. Hey, don't tell anybody that they're exactly right about what we're doing here because we don't want them to know they're exactly right. So we'll continue to call them liars if you guys will help us in this lie. So we're forty five minutes into the program, Pat. Let's just get a temperature check of here. As you know, your tweet it out at Pat unleashed. A poll in the title is what is lacking more and twenty eighteen America commonsense or common decency. What do you say at this point pet commonsense coming these which is lacking more. Commonsense commonsense than you're in the minority fifty forty nine common decency and I see that you had a spelling error on common decency. Apparently you spell it. Come on decency. You want to discuss your Typos. I didn't type it. So you're the one, the tweeted it out. I know a must have dictated that because I know didn't type anything. Are doing that because then that's what everybody will focus on that. Go to the poll now. Check it out at pedal unleashed triple eight, nine hundred thirty three ninety three losing weight and keeping it off seems impossible. Sometimes it's just so frustrating, but there's help available. It's called red zone. It's our ID u. z. o. n. e. go there read us dot com because with decent nutrition and exercise radio's own, we'll help you lose weight. Us on is a safe and natural FDA acknowledged dietary supplement. They've taken the good stuff in all avoid. It's the only a that has been shown to boost metabolism and it helps to reduce your appetite. So you're not thinking about food all the time. You're not thinking about that Bulla vice cream that you, you just have to have ordering today dot com. 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No, I was going to suggest Rachel dollas on yet. Maybe they don't identify as white people that must be the situation you're right though. It's so frustrating. It really is. Thanks to hear. It's aggravating. It's frustrating. It's mind numbing. It's all of these things that that have built up over the last fifty minutes of the show to the point where my head's about to explode. It just is a deduct tape, cut a day today. Billy Kansas. You're on the blaze, hey, guys. You showed Portland and sometimes you see it out of Seattle. It's usually they're using tacking older, white people in cars and things like that. What would happen if a group of your neighborhood friendly Harley writers came along, they just moved the see of bags and let him right on through or would they attack? I would love to see it. I don't know what would happen, but it would be fun to do a little experiment fan. We're going with fun and send some, you know, burly Harley writers their way and see what happens. It do? Are you gonna make them turn right? I'd love to see. It really would, especially today because I don't think it goes well for the idiots. I think the business owners built block need to get together. How about the cop or the cop might writing up and saying, hey, break this up and move along. Leave people alone, get. Outta here. Do you have a permit, bathe? It. I have a permit to be in the middle of the street, directing traffic. I know you don't have that permit. Did they have a permit to gather down the on the other side of the street where the where there were draft, directing traffic away from I doubt that too. I mean, I think they just showed up and started causing trouble. God bless our cops, God bless them yet, man, we are seeing in Baltimore and now Portland just standing by saying, you know what? Well, it's ARCHE. It's anarchy and it's dangerous the road we're going down. It's hard to believe. It's it's hard to believe as bad as things were, you know, nine ten years ago when we were talking about Obama, the fact he was going to he's directing the fundamental transformation of America to see what has happened since then is really staggering and frightening. And I don't think I could have predicted it. I don't think I would have ever thought, yeah, we're going to really virtually lose some basic fundamental rights from our society just by default. Just people are just gonna stop adhering to them. That's all. And you're just you're just gonna have to bend to the whim of the mob. And that's kind of that's kind of what's going on right now. We're just bending our will to the whim of the mob. Stephen zuri, you're on the blaze high. Just telling you screener here in zuri George Soros, and and Planned Parenthood or backing a ballot measure to re district state where each district has to have fifty percent Democrats. Because the Democrats here in the country are wasting their vote because we're voting in too many Republicans. So we're gonna have to have part of our district in Saint Louis or Kansas City to get some Democrats out here in the country. Man stay red when my neighbor said that conceivably are far district here in central Missouri are Representative could be from Saint Louis. That's amazing. So is that is it is possible that that effort will succeed. They've got a camouflaged as amendment. One, clean, Missouri, it's supposed to be the lobbyists. Can't give gifts and you can't become a lobbyist for so many years. Well, that's already been all dressed, but that's all there to cover up that one little thing about redistricting the state because they said they're wasting their votes out here. If you're democrat out here in central Missouri well, and it's frightening, it's kinda like what happened in California where they had the jungle primary now instead of having democrat Republican primary, you've got the top vote getters well, now. Well, now here because our Senate and house are super Republican here in Missouri. And they don't like that set. They want more Democrats in the house and Senate, and that's the only way they can figure on doing well, you talk about these weird gerrymander district. Can you imagine symptoms URI to south shift city having a little string going all the way to Saint Louis to get a bunch of Democrats in our district. It's crazy, it's it's madness. Thanks, appreciate it. Steve. Hopefully Missourians will band together in a stop to that. Maybe get a hold a hold of their state legislator and let them know how they feel about that. And that's, that's a state issue you guys get on that. Yeah. Oh, boy, mazing fun. Fun times triple eight, nine hundred thirty three ninety three. We also have a movement right now in Texas in an article that was just published on tribe, talk dot org, El Paso attorney, Steve. Fischer is jesting that El Paso divorce it self from Texas and become part of New Mexico. Our marriage to Texas has gotten old. Your rights. New Mexico is younger and more attractive. We would not be ignored, especially because we would be their largest city y'all. We need a divorce. He said, most Texas don't even know about El Paso except maybe those who've driven through El Paso on their way to Arizona or California. He laments about what people warned him, be careful. There's lots of crime in El Paso. There any says, he writes, excuse me, but he'll pass. It was not warez and we rank among the safest American cities, your thirteenth in Texas. You're not safest in America when the FBI compiled it's thirty. Most dangerous places in Texas. El Paso didn't even make the list. Yeah, the thirty most dangerous. That can't be true. I just saw I just saw El Paso thirteenth on the list or thirteenth safest kinda actually liked this plan. I too. I'm fine with it. Go ahead. I got a couple of Ed moved to become part of New Mexico because see, number one, it's peaking of district. It's ridiculous that you're in the mountain time zone. When ninety eight percent of the state is in the central time zone. So go to Mexico almost of Texas. Anyway, let's let's do this and the next couple of weeks and we'll that therefore make Beto in l. Jabbour to represent us in the Senate, right? Because he's New Mexico's problems. Now I like it. I support it at nine hundred thirty three nine three Pat gray unleashed on the blaze radio network. Hey, it's great if you like what you hear on this program, you should check out the Glenn Beck program. The podcast is available wherever you download your favorite podcasts. Great. Is here on the please radio network. Jim late, nine hundred thirty three Ninety-three as you may have heard this morning. Since doc has moved onto his own thing. They've asked me to actually slide into the morning sled, which you know we've got mixed emotions about. Wait. It's been a while since I've gotten up at three thirty in the morning. That's the fun part. Yeah, that's the fun fun. That is. You're right. That's what I would call it the fun part, the fun part. That's what I remember it being doing morning drive fun. Yeah, exactly. Okay. So we're really, there's no mixed emotion? No, that's why I knew suburb into the center of Houston when we worked together five minutes from the station, and that's why you lived in the hood. Five minutes from the station, a more sleep that way. Of course, you have to be able to fall asleep, but I digress. Sorry through the gunfire, gunfire. So fun stuff happening. The writing goat outside. Happening out there literally saw that a lot. So starting Monday, Monday morning at seven AM will be seven eastern six central. We're gonna move the show to mornings case join us on the blaze radio dot com. The blaze TV or you can download the podcast anytime during the day. But the advantage of this is you be able to get the podcast earlier. It should be posted much much earlier than it is now and you can you can you can do this live with us to done morning radio for most of my career until the last few years when you got an old and working with Glenn. And so if and then moved to even later doing the blades thing, which has been really, really nice. So we'll be back to doing the morning drive. Yeah. The only constant is change that. That's beautiful. Right? Maybe a bumper sticker goes on your car, right? The only constant is the only constant. All right, triple eight. Nine hundred thirty three Ninety-three and at Pat unleashed on Twitter, worse narcos ARD, tweets, Keith. What are you doing? The phrase that must never be uttered when a Hillary clippers playing is? Can you start that again from the beginning? Haven't we suffered enough by the time? It ends. Yes, that's my fault. Yes. Yes. You're right. Bad judgment on your part of one of many from Kool-Aid with a c. while I do not condone anarchy growing up in Georgia, I would understand it. You know, BULLDOGS Braves and falcons. Yeah, heartache. They're relate to that. The lash out Braves are eliminated by the way. Thanks for dodgers on that, but a stop to that. Thank you for rooting for them. There. Pat McCullough tweets out Portland, I'm sorry. I think you mispronounced the mean streets of Helena. Right? And from Laurie d don't stop anyone while their pooping in the streets. Wait till they're done. That's true. 'cause you you ask the mayor to stop them from pooping in this. Yeah. All right. Also just pissed myself off by listening to all the eightieths from last hour and I wanna be pissed off about something else. I found something else to be angry about. Yeah, you did the hall of fame nominees the rock and Roll Hall of fame nominees were once again, announced. And once again, there's no foreigner. I've also kind of got a side promotion Coen, four def Leppard, and they were actually nominated this year for the leopard. For the first time ever def Leppard was nominated def. Leppard Devaux Devaux is nominated with their one song whippet and foreigner is still not nominated for the rock hall of fame. How's that making you feel angry, angry, angry as you were last hour, angry. The different kind of angry to more fun kind of anger that's brewing right now. John Prien who's not a not not a rock artist. He's not a rock and roll artist. John prying is not folk music. Nominated for the folk music hall of fame. Brock's music there, you know, super hip. It's a Rolling Stone kind of act. I'm surprised they haven't been nominated before this time, Stevie nicks as a solo artist. She's already in there with Fleetwood MAC. Now they're nominating nominating to be in there as a solo Al que now and get this. That's not cool. Todd Rundgren. No, sir. Todd Rundgren and still no foreigner. But it gets worse doesn't really. Yeah, it gets worse. LL. Cool. J. not a rug artist, not that's not rock dot rock, and I love this this. This is the fourth nomination for craft work. You are, you kidding me the German, like since pop band craft work. The did Bon Bon Bon autobahn took up one whole side of an album. It was, I don't know, twelve fifteen minutes long or something, and then they cut it down to play on the radio to three minutes. But I mean craft work really four nominations, foreigners zero. Also aided again this year, Janet Jackson, not a rock artist. M c five Radiohead, which you'll probably get in because that's a hip. You know, that's a critics. Can they learning can? Can they only judge Radiohead on their first three albums, please. Just three albums? No, the first three were excellent. And then after that they got experimental goofy. And did they all over the map? I mean, there's not a big Radiohead aficionado, so I'm not. I'm not all that familiar rage against the machine. No Rufus featuring shock Akon. And they're big hit. Dow you name their big hit from Zulu? No, mid seventies shock. Tell me something good. Something good. Tell me that was that's that's something that I had already blocked out of my memory for bringing your welcome. You're welcome. Also nominated this year, the cure, which I'm fine with the cure getting into the rock hall of fame and design. These. From, she's not their fame. Can I name another zombie song? I don't think so. I, it's just it doesn't make sense to joke your after year after year after year. It doesn't make any sense. Still no foreigner nomination abandoned sold. Eighty million albums worldwide need. We go through this again. They've had what ten or fifteen top ten hits the probably had thirty top forty hits the. They've endured for decades now and they're still together today except for Lou gram TJ top and figured it out. He said, it's the American rock and Roll Hall of fame, no foreigners. Cute cute, right? Yeah, I thought you'd like that except for the fact that there's lots of foreigners in the American rock hall of fame count at things including the Beatles look at, you know. So. Well, anyhow gets do my outrage on this from me. You can't take it and we were trying to get thanks for pitching TA speaking of music. Do we have the John Mayer thing available yet? I don't know. Do have that video available. Ivan, Ivan, is that available? Ivan. I'm hearing nothing from the other room Zinni buddy in the other room. The John Mayer video. I went to the back channel on the air. I thought that would be more effective and did it work? Do we still know? Do we have any idea? It's kinda like when you're walking around the stadium, the quarterback, you got your helmet, certain parts of the stadium where you can't hear it up ordinary, right? I think that's what's happening right now. But no, I guess it's not quite ready. Okay. It's not ready, but that'd be a cool job though, by the way, just a little sidetrack before the Packers lions game. The other day, I saw the guy's all carrying around helmets listening. They were just walking around inside the lion stadium checking to make sure no dead spots on the field with the radio communications and the helmets really thought, man, that's cool job. You literally just walk around NFL field and listen to Aaron Rodgers helmet. That'd be a great job. Wouldn't that be? Yeah, now that's good. However, the greatest job in the world outside of being the producer for this guy, Pat gray. The second greatest job in the world would be to be the NFL. Schedule maker. I want that job more than anything in this world really hard job. It used to be before they relied on computers. It used to be just like a big chalkboard in a room, and they would literally have all of these different scenarios all the schedules up on this wall. I heard a guy interview doing this long time ago, but now it's just a computer. Now she's a computer program and they go through like hundreds and hundreds of variations of the NFL schedule, but it used to actually be just in a room with a chalkboard. Well, it would have had to have been before computers would have been. Yeah, I would love that, but there weren't thirty two teams, so it was a little bit easier job. Okay. You know back in the day when you had eight teams. It's a little easier to know at the time it was twenty eight when I heard this interviews. Okay. All right. Triple eight. Nine hundred thirty. Three Ninety-three gonna show you this ad because even though it hacks us off, it's actually pretty well done. And again, it's another outsider, although Richard Linklater was is from Texas, but my guess is probably lives in Hollywood now, but maybe not. Maybe he's still lives in Texas, but he stuck his face into the Ted Cruz Beddoe race. Now, while he doesn't mention Beddoe at all, he takes on Ted Cruz pretty in a pretty tough away here. Look at look at this ad that he just produced somebody left. No, my daughter the other day is that Ted Cruz toughest taxes. I mean, come on somebody call my wife dog and sit. My daddy was in on the Kennedy, says sedation, I wouldn't be kissing there. You stick a finger in their jazz and give them a few choice words, or you drag there by the woods yet in kicked their dead, come home. Ted. People on the in candidate. Is that affective or what's very good. I mean, that's had well done. Just an old guy sitting in a diner talk about Ted just simple plainspoken and he makes his his name a swearword and Ted already have an inside joke with Ted down the hall here I played that ad for whenever I walk by your desk, you'll know why say. That's what we said. Right. Well, he's really, and the thing is. The thing is it we've kind of agreed in the past with the sentiment. Yes, we have that, you know, calling his wife a dog and and you know, accusing his father of being on the SAS should of JFK those. That's all the Pat Conroy Conran gracious, but he let it all go. Yep, you let it all might be an election year ryen. Ted. Is it an election year for Ted Cruz. Oh, it is maybe just probably when he let it go. We've talked a little bit about that where he was caught in that catch twenty two of let Trump be the wrong you and help you, or do you not or do you, do you do it yourself? I don't know. I don't know. So he's got pants coming in. I think this weekend or this week Pence's coming to campaign form and then it's not a bad choice. I don't know that the have they actually set the date for for the President Trump to be here, though. I actual- that coming. We need a big of big venue. Yeah, the biggest venue ever. Now you has already officially turned down Obama's campaign for him, better wants nothing to do with the love. That's smart move. Because he even though he Obama are you know, walking hand in hand. Like we don't have anything to do with the second here. A new story dated October. Second that said that Trump dumped from junior, never mind. Never mind different Trump, right? Yeah, it's not. It's not the same. It's not the same guy. Okay, Don shooter. So as they're not the same person. Gene pool was father. How you guys keep up with the news like that? Well takes a lot of work to different people don't want none of that with, you know, junior, but okay, you guys. For some people. But again, you got to do the work that spell it out. It's just JR periods. What the hell they're during the break. Will you please go over this with me because this Don Trump her. I don't know what that needs. Yeah, that's what I was wondering. What is that. Okay. Yeah. There's a period after the JR then. Oh my gosh. Now you're confusing me period now whatever. Again, you got to do the work no matter what as funny as that ad is. Yeah. Ted can't lose stupid. No, you can't. And he's not going to just cannot happen Dari and we cannot. We cannot have beta Aurora as a Senator from the great state of almost competent enough to say that Ted wins by double digits tablets points. I think he wins by I told you the theory that I was told couple of weekends ago that you know, we were so concerned about Ted Cruz signs, which I'm saying more of all, and that was the plan. You know, that's what he claimed to be his plan, but was that you know the the houses that didn't have to crew signs. They were gonna vote for tinkers anyway. Yes, up on the side of right, like that. Their theory as well. I don't have a Ted Cruz. I'm not going to do that. Yeah, I don't. I'm just gonna knock over the beta creatures there. Another underwear, but coming up. Almost sounded like, no, he was nothing. Was not. No, there is one hundred. There's one house we were on our way to a restaurant babes actually, which is a famous chicken place, big fan of babes. Big fan of we were on our way to last night and drove by this house that has probably a four foot long and maybe three and a half, four feet tall. Maybe it's four by four sign of Ted Cruz. The true conservative. Then they've got ten yard signs stationed about five, five feet apart over and over and over. So I'd like is it possible they want Ted Cruz winters business downtown killer that I'm has on main street. And I know it's the lady that owns the small business and shoes got like six or seven at grew signs, good front of her business, feel a kinship with immediately and you see it? Yeah. And I, I get so irritated when I see the bed is. Idiot. Yes, you you're living in a three million dollar. Gentlemen, moron. Gentlemen, it just occurred to me during this discussion that I put this post beneath this desk. Exactly. Three months ago today. I didn't remember until I looked on July ninth twenty eighteen Pat made this prediction three months ago. July ninth. Twenty eighteen. Yeah. That Betto Rorick would get thirty eight percent in November. Do you still stick with that thirty eight percent? I really yes. You'd member that prediction at all the tape. Anyone wanna go download the July ninth twenty eighteen. Putt Cup of don't don't want to three percent thirty eight percent. That was your prediction. It'd be a what? Sixty? Two thirty eight at that point. Maybe that's a pretty big spread. Yeah, that's a really Brett. That's doable though. That's twenty. That's twenty four point that go shut up picking forty six percent, but let's split the difference now. Kind of thinking fifty five forty, five ish. That's kind of where I am. That's what I'd be okay. I mean obviously you're okay with fifty to fifty one to forty now. Yes, but take. I don't. I don't think it's going to be that close. I really don't. I don't either. I think the national the national crowd has made it appear closer than what Texans actually have it. Yeah, I think so too. We see so many. I mean I saw another beta ad that you know where he's busy happened is I'm beta or just shut up. I know he's not rocking out. He doesn't have an and with him rocket out. Saw a funny post of him being up where he, he did his the little, what's the stupid thing that the kid, you know, the stupid hand sign. Remember what it's called now, but he did one that was absolutely. Dabbling dabbing. Yeah, where he dabbed Deb horrible and the people are just single handedly ruined dabbing. And I was like, yes, I like that. Yeah, so clean them up. Usually that's how you win elections now is making people look like idiots. It doesn't matter what the substances on the substance he'd lose regardless joining us for hygiene purposes. The hi dude is very important, Josh? Yeah. I mean, listen, a lot of people underestimate the importance of hygiene they do, which is why it's important to keep your ears clean and you can get the real solution for stubborn earwax with the wax Rx, ear wash system go to use wax Rx dot com. Doctor developed works safely. When all of the products fail, it's a system, a method that physicians trust the most that is just like their system, which they're not. They're not going to tell you that it's cheaper than going to their office. Yeah. And you know how ugly it is when you here's aren't clean, they get uncomfortable. It's their painfully using cue. 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Comments about the the rock and Roll Hall of fame? I think it's a joke. Yep. You know. But same time I take issue with your obsession about foreigner. Do you in what way? What is your issue? Well, I was in college in this in the late seventies when they first came out and I thought they sucked. Wow. And. Well, I. Wasn't exactly the roommate, but guy who a friend of mine who kept playing that. I our like over and over and over. It was on this like it's rock and roll greatness. That's why played it over and over over. I mean that had no. That sounds like the first time that had cold as ice. A brilliant at. Dan and obviously millions of people disagree with you. Yeah. Yeah. Like eighty million. And by the way, maybe the differences I was in high school during that time. So I was a little bit younger and grew up with them, and you know, they appreciate the call. Dan. They remind me of some of those high school occasions where I was having a fun time, not memories of college girls through the electrical rise, right? So, yeah, willing to sacrifice their love right. Have you ever heard of the mean streets? Yes, exactly. Never heard anybody say foreigner sock? No, I I'm not a huge fan, but I mean, you can't. You can't the greatness of the bam. Thank you. Just can't. Thank. But do you do you do you agree that they belong in the rock? Absolutely. We've made the case on this. Joe. How many times? Many, yes. And the rock and Roll Hall of fame has any bearing to harassing that they're not in their nominating people at craft. It just adds insult to enter. Point on Janet. Jackson is not a rock artist. LL cool. J. is not John frying. John stinking prying is a folk artist. He's not rocket voice, but he he was he caused a lot of rock stars to Diddy. The z. big in moves influential influential. They get that a lot. A lot of those into a long way with. I'm okay with that. I'm not okay with craft work. Ridiculous. Early early, understand LL, Janet, although I don't hind it can see a little bit of reasoning behind it. But no, there's embarrassing that foreigners in there. Let's just about that. Seriously. No matter what else. It's embarrassing. They're not in there. Yeah. Whether dawn lights are den likes him or not. Yeah. You go down the list of who's inducted into the hall of fame, not everyone you love, right. That's impossible. There's a lot of artists. I don't like to me. Worthy of the hall of maybe Dana's the Lynch pin and all this. Maybe he's what it'd be about. Yeah. And maybe that that's a good explanation as any at this point, maybe Dan, what is your you look at the recent inductees like journey and def Leppard is nominated this year. I mean you gotta go with foreign to triple eight nine hundred thirty three ninety three two in the fat coming up. Pat gray only on the blaze radio network. Pat gray unleashed art. Let's talk to Ashley in Oregon. Hey, Ashley, you're on the blaze. Hey, how are you? Good. So I, I just wanna say, I'm really stoked that you're going to be going on earlier in the morning, sucks for you, but good for me. Listen to the podcast. We'll good anyway, but I just wanted to say that all organs do not reflect the view of Portland. Here that is a really, yeah. We are really hoping that the governor gets booted this November and it looks like there is a chance because Portland people are pretty ticked anyhow, the managing? Yes. I talked to a number of people from Portland and they're, you know, they're not right wing. They're not conservative, but they're not happy with how it's been handled. What's happened to that city. I mean, it's being San Francisco is with with all the homeless with all the the, the human feces out on the street. And just the way they left that place when they did that big, sit in at the federal building there. And the and the mayor supports it all does. And you know, just just within the last couple years driving through on some main roads, you can see how the homeless population has just taken over. I don't even want to go there anymore because it's just so bombarded at overtaken with ten and crap. Literally. Do you literally. It's I know, I know, I know, but it's so it's such a shame 'cause organ is so beautiful such, you know, we have so much to offer in their hunting and fishing and outdoor stuff, and it's like the liberals are just are just taking over the state and. Just do it. So where in where in Oregon, do you live? So I'm in southern argon. Okay. Yeah, it's more conservative in southern Oregon. Yeah, yeah, definitely. Definitely. I actually live in a smaller timber town. We're here temporarily, but anyway. Yeah, it's like super conservative. It is. -servative and it's actually really nice being here because I mean you've got people that are open carrying and you just feel like it's for safe for safe. Yeah, yeah, it's really awesome, and it's beautiful. It's so or just and people are just so fed up. And to be honest, I feel like I seen more more people with your signs and just I feel like the vote, the voter turnout is going to be huge this November because people are just so pissed at how the states being grand and many way. We're hoping for a change us to thanks. Store that gives you a little Ray of hope. Does. Triple eight, nine hundred thirty three Ninety-three with your thoughts. But right now time that you the fat Jeffey we'll just hang in with what Ashley talked about. You know, the new Bill aims to send all the masked antifa activist to jail for fifteen years. I know like that Bill h r six, zero five, four title. The Bill on masking antifa act of two thousand eighteen makes it clear that animal activists are intended target, but it's the bills text never explicitly mentions them. It was introduced by Republican, Dan Donovan of New York last month and has drawn of course, widespread gut emission critics claim it on fairly targets. Antifa activists, you know, goes on and he's saying, no, what it does is the Bill would simply add a section to the federal civil rights statutes to include a penalty for wearing a mask, expands upon longstanding civil rights, tattoos to make it a crime to deprive someone of constitutionally guaranteed protections of masked or disguised. And of course, the antifa people and even former Antef up people like Scott crow, regardless of whether the Bill becomes law that won't stop pro. From wearing masks, they take away the right to mascot. People will do it anyway. Oh, okay. Let's just not do. Let's just not do so anyway, it's it's maybe have had enough. I hope so too. It's national moldy cheese day, man. I wish somebody would have sent some moldy cheese, but down the luck they didn't. Did you did you don't want any more geez. Food, he won't eat well. No, I didn't. I didn't heed it. Yes. Right, right. If it was sitting there next to him. Oh, no, it's all right. Did you know there were two thousand varieties of cheese. The number one cheese recipe in America, macaroni and cheese. I was gonna say MAC and cheese. What appears to be the remains of cheese has been found any gyp shin tombs over four thousand years old. That's good. The terms big wheel, big cheese originally referred to those who are wealthy enough to purchase the whole wheel of cheese. I love some of the nineteen Ninety-six of this day. The world's largest grilled cheese sandwich was made three thousand pounds, a big. Big, a ton and a half real cheese. I see that I don't even think I could get through that. Notice he said he didn't think he could. He didn't say like I have confidence in him. I think you do. Yeah. Given the length of a show seething get three thousand pounds, three thousand thousand pounds. And yeah, that's doable. This show three hours new show on the new shows, two hours. This show you have to do it by the end of the week. You're going to be here next week, right? By the way for chewing the fat, it's going to be a little earlier. Yeah, right. Yeah. Yeah. You can wake up. Well, yeah. I mean, since we're moving to a earlier time, we are showing the fat always happily, no, yes, we are. Wow, boy, I see what's going on here. So you get no commitment to this show. You could run it. Let's here's the deal. Also recorded version. Whatever you want to our parents. You could play just play that tape sort is on tape, fat on tape, what fat on the couch. Wow, like Kuwait related that we don't want that. Member related. Not Jeffey. It's member. No, we haven't really talked about it. We're talking about it now on the air, isn't that helpful? It's kind of like the way I found out, but go ahead. Yeah, like what's the problem. You got to come in any way do sometime during the day. We'll come in just a tad early early to Beverly to rise. The hell. They sold it to rather than doing it at twelve thirty central time in the middle of the day. What time you want them in here at six thirty three central time. It's six hours earlier spoken up. He might you might have been able to to take the bull by the horns and suggests seven thirty. But no, you lost out. Man here said six thirty. We'll see. That's the last f are the show right? You want you. Our with Jeffey. I mean, that's not the way I'll say. Six thirty talking congealed coagulant. Ideas out there about ideas out there, take it back. I'm throwing it back. That I see here live at six thirty AM wow, right. I mean make it. So what else do you have spoken? So let so let it be done. I did side that still walking over here. All right. What do you have deal yet? Facebook, good news for you that are worried about Amazon, Apple and Google crashing. You know your home with the portal devices. Facebook is jumping in the game. Now they've got a the new portal, a couple of hundred bucks in the larger portal, three hundred and fifty bucks, and it comes right to your home. You can make calls to Facebook friends, message connections. It's got a smart camera that a lot of medically move, keep you in view. You can access platforms set a timer through an election abled smart speaker, and because it's Facebook and this is directly from them. So you can feel feel comfortable and save because it's Facebook and privacy is on your mind. The company wants you to know that you can trust it not to record the contents of your weekly video calls with nanna all well. So they saying stalling trust Facebook in licitly. Thank you think that aid ever breach your privacy right. He's just beyond the same. I can't even send him over. Thank you because they've got they've got more than fifty or eighty million people using Facebook, right, right. So yeah, when fifty eighty million people security was breached, there was a lot that didn't small per se, right. Okay. So so dick Yetlis good luck though. I mean, they're going to they're in the battle there in the battle people will be using it. And Netflix got money to blow. They're planning to open its US production hub in Elba Kirke New Mexico. Why are they not coming to Texas? Good question. Why are they not coming to Texas plans to bring a billion dollars in production to the state over the next ten years to Albuquerque, New Mexico. I mean, there's got to be that New Mexico is giving them all kinds of credit. I would think. Yeah. I mean, Texas should have been doing that too, but would rather have Texas give them the credits in the news recently about net flicks there's aren't you the guy that checked himself into a hospital because of the I I net flicks addict that's been treated, oh my God. Right? No, I'm I'm, I. Addiction. You haven't gotten to the first step? Yeah, realize you have a say. I have a problem. Yeah, net flicks the average subscriber streams fifty minutes of Netflix day at least last year that that seems small to me. I, I would say that too, but the catch the show the show and now a Netflix super user in India who watched more than seven hours a day, big market man admitted he needs help. Yeah, everybody's going in India because usually they're making production plans and making movies and shows so much cheaper there. Yeah, the unidentified Twenty-six-year-old checked into the National Institute of mental health and neurosciences in Bangalore last week after using places in the world. Everybody knows that after using net flicks to escape the reality of unemployment for six months. So he got really hooked on Netflix. And now. Able to afford Netflix. So right of free. No. So. I, I don't know that I think that if I was, you know, didn't have a job, some of the things that you would get rid of some of the extra things right. Like, I don't know. Used to be cable. You got rid of cable, right? Well, a lot of people have done that just because they don't really need it for live stuff. Yeah, I can't wait it soon when I can with things like YouTube and Twitter and Facebook getting into live program Amazon almost a Roka. Roku stream some of the big live events now too. So you I mean, you can get away from it. There's just there's still a few things, you know a lot that you can't get life and it, it hurts me because I'd like to get rid of the cable you did once I know. And then they broke back into my house and put it back in. And I, I couldn't stop my wife called, I'm sure you tried. They were scared. I tried to talk down. I ended up just go ahead, put it in, just put it back. Completely still under pro. Okay. But seven. Seven hours a day? Yeah, that's what he was that. I mean, that does seem high. It's high, but it's not. I'll bet there's more outrageous. I say that I could say that I've spent more than seven hours watching Netflix today in one day, yes, streaming series. The series. Just going through various because that's, you know, the shows are, you know, maybe ten twelve shows and if they're anywhere from forty to over an hour long. Yeah. Do seven hours easy? Yeah. I not in a row though. Some of that that that might be the issue, maybe I can. I do walk away. I'm member gouging gorging on lost for a few weeks. I think I watched all what was seven seasons sounds about right. And I don't know. I did that three weeks game of thrones the last. The last show I actually sat through just big time where I hadn't seen any of the episodes in their seasons in game of thrones. And I mean, it was like two weeks, maybe three tops. While of this is all I'm watching and how many has he's is launch eight, eight, eight, all of them of them because let's season are they in their in their ninth or tenth? This is the last one. The last one. One comes out in February or March, or whenever they're supposed to release, it's like six or eight episodes then that's, and then they're next year they're done. But I mean, I and I and I've gone back now and watch some of, you know, my favorite episodes through the series, but I didn't stop. I mean, it was it was a heart again, weeks ago. It is possible. I found myself walking toward the check clinic decided. No, what am I gonna show. A go, get another drink at WalMart is jumping in. Of course, the biggest retailers partnered with MGM to create original programs that will air exclusively on WalMart. Incorporators vote, do video streaming service. And I mean, I have that. I love you buy anything from WalMart, DVD wise and soon as almost click over the scanner and it's rude to account. Did you ever theory on that. Then what you're talking to thank you. They're gonna have you're gonna be able to pay for it? MGM free to watch. There's gonna have free with advertising an ad free version, so you'll be able to, you know, they're, they want to jump in the game with with their voodoo streaming. And GM has got all these movies that they're going to put up. One hundred eighty thousand movies. TV show how with seven thousand available on movies on us. They're going to cut deals with other studios in license exclusive. Everybody wants in on the picture. They wanted all the wanna create their own their own stuff, which is good. Great. It means for some really good shows to watch. But it also means that the talent level will come down now because we're starting to spread out even more like we did on regular TV. So you end up having shows that, well, that was not that good. And so you know, you're gonna have to really plow through some tough shows to get to the good ones, but I'm willing to do that for them. I know you are willing to do that big of you. It's a former big Bersin, literally, very, very big person. Compliment what forty thousand. Yeah, no, it is. Yeah, I meant that like one of the biggest possible way. Congressman Anthony Weiner. We're just talking about him a couple of weeks time, but he's going to get out three months ahead of schedule wavier, which is may fourteenth thousand nine. He's still got a little time to who's in the regimental treatment program for sex offenders. The one of two federal prisons that offer that. But he's been such a good boy such a good guy. Go ahead. Let him get out early. Good for him. Good. He's the biggest Brown noser and the guys. Absolutely I can do. I'm looking. I'm a former congressman. Look at this look at these muscles are so home. Shirt off. I wish they were my Maasais lookout. Fabulous at the waiter so great. And that with that picture came out unit and he said. Knowing the full time, it was. Because look at that that is. Would he quote to is the way the way he said I wish was he was like, look at that thing. Right. Oh, just what does the word he used? Oh, my gosh. What's the word he used to describe? I dunno, boy, forget it. Continue. Please. And Bill Cosby. He's, he's not too happy in prison. By the way, speaking of prisoners Bill wants to get out. Again, he's already trying to get him out of prison and they're trying to get the judge in the case, tossed off to filing an appeal asking for a new trial. Pretty standard practices. Attorneys deemed, you know, they turn it would be in trouble if they didn't try to file appeal, but they're, they're asking for the judge judge Neil to get tossed saying he was demonstrably biased against Cosby and should have recused himself from the sentencing portion of the last trial. So good luck that fight is still going on Bill watts out, man. He wants out what a surprise. Yeah, I all people behind bars one out. Because he's got a shot, right? I mean, all people do one out a, however, all people, you know, pretty much sure that you know Bill a probably didn't think he was going. I, I didn't. And you know all the years that this has been going on probably still does feels that you know he's Bill Cosby with with. The hell. What am I doing here? And so you know you after a while you find out that, you know, we know that you Bill Cosby. We love you, but you know for you, you've been convicted of rape, so by right? This is what we do. Convicted criminal. Sorry, goodbye. Now, here's the thing. If Bill Cosby were an illegal alien, we couldn't separate him from his family. So you didn't have that advantage tarnish through darn it. Such otherwise you couldn't. You couldn't separate him from his fan. That's the reason he was drugging and raping women because he was concerned about not being a citizen of the country. Yeah, probably the horror of it. The separation? Yeah, exactly. A so true Florida gas station man than in the news because he's upset. The customers are coming in. Wait a minute we get. I just realized we blown right past the break. So we'll finish this up. Just get right back to. Pat gray unleashed. On the blaze radio network. Pat gray returns. Okay. Right. Nine hundred thirty three Ninety-three finishing up to the fat with Jeffey. All right. So as I was cut off earlier about the Florida gas station owner that was upset about people coming into his convenience store gas station warming, their urine, his microwave. He was warming. Yeah, he's. The people walk into BP gas station on the fly convenience, Jacksonville. Oh, be sorry. Dwell. The b. does look like a p. That's why they were coming in. Walking distance of two labs that offer drug testing services that collect urine samples. So I and I gotta tell you, this is something I wasn't aware of, and I wish I was that had microwave my urine, that I pass the drug test. I don't know if that's true. I did look into that I, but he, he said, a woman became aggressive. On did this because a woman became aggressive months ago with he said, hey, don't warm your urine in my microwave. She said, I'd like to see a side. There's no sign says, I can't food us, so he put, it's not warm urine, see. Food. I'm I'm not warming up anymore urine to the door of the mic to think that people have been doing that dissuades me from using it at all for anything? Yeah, right. The cheese. That's true. That's really gross. So if you have some sort of, I will find out tomorrow. Your system. I'm going to have to do some investigating to see if that actually works. I think they're probably warming it because they we- they took it freedom. What else that and now they're warming it to buy temperature, right? Yes, that would be that would make sense. Yes, that would make sense. I don't feel anything in it right, but they've got someone else's urine, so they want it to be warm, like came out of their body, right? Yes. You look into that. I've got to see if it kills the microwave x. he'll certainly it's warming to body temperature thing also also to that. Because if it would then have to buy some. I'm not gonna use the microwave. Have you been listening to my podcast to the fat every day? You know, we've been covering all religiously religiously. Wow. We'll let you already know that we've been covering fat bear week coming. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Preserve number seven, four, two, no, no, no, seven. Forty. Seven with seven. The seven, forty. Seven. Not good enough for a name is in the finals against a bead knows and if you look on following chart anyway, it's it's fat. Bear with the announced him. The winner will be announced today and we'll hear very tag it. Thank you like you're bear week might podcast later on the day shirt with somebody you love and Jeff as well. Blaze radio network. Hi, it's Pat. And I want to tell you about another podcast. You're gonna love. It's called the news and why it matters. It's a group of us talking about the news stories that we think are important every day and why those stories matter to you, the news in why it matters look for it wherever you download your favorite podcasts. That great. Is here on the please radio network for you with us triple eight, nine hundred thirty three Ninety-three and at Pat unleashed on Twitter. As we mentioned. Nikki Haley has resigned, but she's going to stay on through the through the end of the year, I guess. So we'll have a new UN ambassador probably in January and who that might be. We don't know yet. Although vodka Trump's name has been thrown around a little bit as has Jared. Her husband. So we'll see. Also breaking news the rock and Roll Hall of fame nominees. Yes. List is come out. First time, nominee def Leppard has been nominated. Finally, that's good. After all this time def Leppard finally nominated hundred twenty million albums sold worldwide, just crazy and pretty enduring rock band. Devaud has been nominated. I'm sorry. Again, Devaux wicked. Whip it good. Good. Do do do do do. Now murder doodoo and that's it. I mean, what else can you name. You left out the line crack that whip, right? Maybe that qualifies, perhaps John prime, the folk artist Roxy music, Stevie nicks, and Todd Rundgren all nominated for the first time also nominated for the four, four times before this. This is their fifth nomination. LL cool. J. and craft work. Oh, German synthetic since pop band didn't sing. They, you know, they were all instrumentals. I think some other nominees this year, Janet, Jackson again, MC five Radiohead. Rage against the machine Rufus featuring shock Akon the cure and is on these. Now you can vote at. I think it's rock hall dot com. You can go there and you can vote for your favorite. Took a vote is at pet unleashed on Twitter, just get them well, no on different poll find out. Okay. So again, no foreigner, that's thank no foreigner. That's pathetic. What what's going to happen is whoever's in charge there win. They move along or retire or whatever. Like the next day, the next go-round foreigner will be because somebody it higher echelon. They're at the rock and Roll Hall of fame has it in for four obviously thought useless. Yeah, we we had Lou gram on Glenn show a couple years ago babies too. I don't know two or three years ago and brought up the rock hall of fame to him. And he said, yeah, we'll probably never be. Be nominated because there's, I think they had some issue with somebody on the committee. Yes, somebody doesn't like them. Yeah. But you would think after all this time or with the other committee members, somebody would say, come on now this is ridiculous. It's time it's time speaking of music, John Mayer. At one of his concerts, the other night decided to get into politics. Basically, he's. Sort of referencing guess the cavenaugh situation. Any starts talking about males men and we need to be different here. Take a look at this boy. Any woman should be able to get. And what we. That's the troll. Excuse me. Until you. That's the contract. We have the contract and. And. Okay. So. John Mayer, sell sensitive. Actually, really. You're saying is the male. Contract, what is the milk contract is to two of whatever puberty and college instructed to have a class to have a voice. Okay. Too young. Supposed to be able to do this to everything that moves you are not a title to be able to do. This is not a match. Not unnaturally. Says that universal -bility any woman. See, they're scared. It's going on records. The trauma. Okay. Then feeling befall. Eligible contract. No live up to till we get rid of that in. Yeah. Yeah, that we all right. Say that I don't think it's controversial. I think that's true. Do as big. Your daughter's walk away without adding that. A night and day tweeted, it's not the place Florence holiday. If you. We've had enough from the guy who's talking about the alpha male contract that needs to be toward up this from the guy who has blinked every woman in Hollywood, every woman in music. Thinks he does has not had sex with just about everybody on the planet. This is the guy hat is the wonderland's. My hands. Listen to the lyrics of that song. We've got the afternoon, you got this room for two. One thing I've left to do discover me discovering you. Oh, that sounds like an alpha male contract right there doesn't it sure. Do one mile to every inch of your porcelain, like skin of your skin, like porcelain one pair of candy lips and your bubble gum tongue. If you want love will make it, hey, swim in deep sea of blankets. Take all your big plans and break them. Everybody's is. Is well used by hands. The whole thing is about it something about the way your hair falls in your face. I love the shape you take when crawling towards the pillowcase. You tell me where to go and though I might leave to find it a never let your head hit the bed without my hand behind it. This is a guy who's had sex with. I mean, just a few to name a few Vanessa Carlton, Jennifer love Hewitt Ronin meter. Jessica Simpson Cameron Diaz Minka Kelly, Jennifer, Aniston Katy Perry Miley Cyrus, Natalie Morales Kim Kardashian, Renee, Zellweger, that's just a partial list of the supposed conquests of John Mayer. Now he's lecturing. Everybody on tearing up the mail contract. Okay. Yeah. Thanks for your wisdom there. We'll take that one to the Bank. Again, the hypocrisy and he doesn't think that's going to be controversial. We've been hearing about you for the last. It's got to be fifteen twenty years and your exploits with women and didn't Taylor swift write a song about him yet Taylor. He's been with Taylor swift. Yeah, I think so. And then she wrote this song, dear John, and I think it was about him. Oh, you're right. Look at this. I had no idea. I mean, come on. Should at least have a little bit of credibility if you're gonna go off on some alpha male contract CARA. Me sleep. Anything that moves. He's the only one that thinks he has the right to do that. It's just it's tiresome the hypocrisy. You just think at some point, don't you have any self awareness of what you're sounding like right now? Seriously? Pretty amazing, triple eight, nine hundred thirty three ninety three and Pat unleashed on Twitter. Something else we just found out about Taylor swift, sadly she's apparently big, democrat supporter. She now she kept to herself for a really long time. And then now all of a sudden for some reason she cracked because everybody's saying, why don't you tell us who you want to to win the election? What? Why? Why won't you tell us? Because it's your business and I don't wanna lose half my fan base. Well, she when she jumped in, she jumped in with both feet. She said, as much as I've in the past and would like to continue voting for women in office. I cannot support Marsha Blackburn Republican, Tennessee. I will be voting for Phil Bredesen's for Senate and Jim Cooper for the house of representatives both Liberal Democrats. And of course, I guess Marsha Blackburn is somehow anti women. She said, I have always, I have and always will cast my vote based on which candidate will protect and fight for the human rights either leave, we all deserve in this country. I believe in the fight for LGBTQ rights. And that any form of discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender is wrong. I believe that this stem racism, we still see in this country towards people of color, terrifying sickening and prevalent. I cannot votes for someone who will not be willing to fight for dignity of all Americans, no matter their skin color gender, or who they love. All that coming out of the brilliant Taylor swift because who better to be lectured by then Taylor swift. Well, John Mayer, maybe. Pretty close though between the tool. Joe mayor was under the influence during his little all, really, I just I just maybe not. It felt like that wouldn't surprise me aren't they always aren't Rockstars always under the influence of something pretty much. No word on whether Taylor swift will extend her support to the likes of Belle Aurora, but. I guess we'll see there's a new ad out that we played this earlier, but I think it's worth playing again because it's done by Richard link ladder who's a big Hollywood filmmaker and really simple ad, but check this out kind of. Active somebody lifts? No. My daughter today is Ted Cruz toughest taxes. Come on somebody call my wife dog and said, my daddy was in on the Kennedy, says the nation. I wouldn't be kissing there. Stick a finger in their chest and give them a few choice words, or you drag there by the woods yet and kicked their dead come. Oh. Ted political ad paid for by not candidate. Supporter of Ted Cruz, but that's funny. It was funny and there's some truth to it. It's hard to deny that the guy was officiant was viciously attacked during the campaign for president in twenty fifteen in two thousand sixteen. And now you know, they got this friendship, love affair which can happen and it's fine. But it's hard to deny what he's saying. There. Ted. Love the Bosnia come on. Ted. Very reminiscent of baiter Ginsburg freedom thing the war over does not appear even once constitution. The word freedom. Nailed it. Nailed it. By the way, what happened to my? What happened to my calendar? Oh, take my calendar away. Gee, we got the Rb g workout calendar, twenty nineteen. Somebody says I gotta find their name again and give them credit for the thank you. Whoever sent this, we'll find out and mentioned you gotta do the or or BG looks too strenuous. I don't know that I can handle it me see this thing. Let's have Jeff lot enact every every exercise in there. Maybe we moved to mornings and this is obviously how she stays strong and you can too all year strong. She did that interview with her head in her lap just played it last week and the whole time. She's like, this talk, talk to be patches. Asked me questions. Keith, what's the weather like. Rain. She was kind of like that raining. Yeah, but we're, I think we're gonna. We're gonna put this out and and show you some of the, it's going to be good. Some of the photos of the workout you can do. You don't wanna have Jeffy and axes. Ooh, I don't want to. Ooh, I don't want to. I don't wanna see him doing oh gosh. October of next year on him doing that? Yeah, probably not. But leave an impression, scars, children's memories forever is so great. I don't know who compiled that, but it's it's fantastic. It's fantastic, triple eight, nine hundred thirty three Ninety-three on his first day on the job. Brad Kavanagh hired as many black locker, lock lurks as Ruth Bader Ginsburg has in her entire tenure. She was she was placed on the court. I think ninety three nine thousand nine hundred twenty five years by ninety seven to three vote by the way. And so in those twenty five years, she still hasn't appointed more lock black law clerks than bread cabin. By the way, Kevin also appointed an all female luck clerk team. Okay. Off to a pretty good start. Know. We know I did that though, so we could molest them, give them. Give them a beer to fall on top of them up and have one of the other justices should just take what he wants because that's what men think they can just take whatever they want and baby. I want you. It probably don't allow reference. It's a bad companies, triple eight. Also not in the rock and Roll Hall of fame. Scab is been torn open again. Triple eight, nine hundred thirty three Ninety-three more. Gray unleashed returns after this on the blaze radio network. At gray. Welcome triple eight, nine hundred thirty. Three Ninety-three added Pat unleashed on Twitter. Let's go to Tanya Iowa. Hey, Tanya, you're on the blaze. Hi, pat. Such do Sherry coming from John Maher smells, I cannot I cannot handle it. There's no self-awareness there. He goes on to say, there should be a contract for kids that are going through puberty until college too. You know, they say they allowed to take what they want or do this. Do that. Like, you know, we've had that contract for over two thousand years viable. You don't have to believe Jesus crisis go from the debt to know that the bible has some pretty good information to keep you safe and lead a good life in it. But you know, you know, God forbid, we can't look there and know that maybe there there's a state of John Maher isn't saying anything revolutionary. This is something that has been in place for own wealth for welfare for years, and he's acting like, oh, you know what we need to do. We need to do some sort of a contractor where teaching these young men. You know, it's there John, but no one wants. It's really true. It's exactly right. Thanks, Tanya, appreciate it. He might just be discovering this for himself, and that's why he's gone through so many women in his lifetime, and virtually all of them have complained about him afterward. Haven't they. I obviously Taylor swift did, but it seems like others were like. A little critical of him in the aftermath of their relationship. And I don't even know use that term relationship loosely when it comes to John Mayer and his women stay. Again, the hypocrisy is just difficult to get your head around triple eight, nine hundred thirty three ninety three. Then as Wayland consumer prices rose. I guess modestly you could say in the last twelve months four hundred eighty eight thousand eight hundred sixty five percent. A lot, not the inflection in your voice leads me to believe that you're insinuating that's a lot. I don't know if I'd go that far out on as you said a lot. I call it trade, really? Yeah. Did it? I'm just picking up to what are we got. Yeah. Annual inflation rate of four hundred eight thousand eight hundred sixty five. I don't know. You tell me. Does that seem like a lot? Oh, that's a lot. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. Wow. Well. Daily inflation daily. Inflation is right now four percent. So that's not bad with monthly in inflation. Rising two hundred twenty three percent insect timber. Oh, it's two hundred and thirty three percent from two hundred twenty three percent in August in an effort to stabilize prices though President Nicolas Maduro in August, just sliced five zeros off the boulevard, currency fix it, right. Yeah, I'm sure it did because you know it's hack off five zeros. Yeah. And now all of a sudden your money's valuable again, basically sounds like a metric. So what we're good, it's taken care of. So he sliced five zeros off the boulevard, and then he boosted the minimum wage by three thousand percent. So we're done and then he paved snug. There's a little more. He paid salaries to a state backed cryptocurrency. The Venezuelan currency, right. One of the things they talked about in this might have helped a lot. In fact, I'm I'm sure it would have helped. I don't know if it's a long term cure, but they wanted to base their currency on the US dollar. Well, at least then you've got some stability, right? You know, more than they have, I would have to say, but you might remember back in the spring, I think it was the International Monetary Fund estimated that consumer prices would rise one million percent by the end of the year, and they're headed pretty close to that. Yeah, we're getting there. We're at almost five hundred thousand halfway home baby. So Madero was reelected in may you might remember anyway, so, and I don't know. You know, maybe they cheated that. I don't know. I mean, Jimmy Carter didn't go down there and ensure that another dictator yet. Another one was re elected by people. So we actually have no way of knowing. No way. This is he engine Madero though insists that the election was free and fair, and he said the situation is the result of an economic war led by opposition and business leaders who are arbitrarily raising prices. There's no reason for snow reason for that. So this is just another example of socialism at its finest. This is what you have, and then every time you bring up Venezuela, they're like, oh, that's so ridiculous that you would. You would bring Venezuela, why? Why are they not the best social example right now everybody was in love with them a few years ago. Yeah, and see, I think that the left gets torn on this because since Venezuela's such an oil rich country, they want to figure out a way to tie big oil to the collapse of his Walea. Okay. Do we go with the thing or do we go with socialism? Just hasn't been implemented, right? Yeah. What. Do we do? Yeah. And. The one thing they had going for them even during all economic turmoil was gas. Prices were incredibly low for residents of Venezuela. They paid like, I think it was nine cents a gallon or something. Nine cents a gallon. And that they've had even do away with that. And gas prices high wasn't. That was a good time for Venezuela in a, yeah, they should have been booming. Their economy should have been on fire during that time and other words, it doesn't matter what the price of oil is doing. Socialism sucks. Yes. And if you haven't gotten that by now, Hugh are pretty thick headed, but it's amazing how many haven't you know, Alexandria Cossio Cortes continues to sing the virtues of socialism. Bernie Sanders does the same thing. Beto aerobic is doing that in Texas. Now he doesn't call it socialism, but that's what it is. What is it when the rest of society pays for your college education? Title seems like socialism doesn't it. You transfer the wealth from from the upper class to the lower class redistributed that's a communist Marxist principle, and that's sinful effect with these with these politicians, it's been, it's been a fun ride, hasn't it with the with these radicals? The last few years. Bene- fun ride. Also, we've got some brilliant from morning Joe coming up. Oh yes. The early day Cup of postal Joe and his main squeeze. We watch NBC thinks. Yeah, me. Okay. Coming up. Pad gray unleashed on the blaze radio network. Now back to pet gray on the blaze radio network. That door with Glenn is going to be fun. Haven't he hasn't done a a comedy tour in a long time. Probably eight or nine years more two thousand ten I believe. Yeah. Oh, nine. Ten somewhere in there. Yeah, I think you're right. You're going to be a part of this right believe so. Yes, I believe so. Triple eight, nine hundred thirty. Three Ninety-three also be getting up a little bit earlier in the time to come really beginning Monday morning. It'd be moving to the morning show. Thanks for the heads up. Obviously doc has moved onto his own thing. He's doing that thing on Mojo five. Oh, what they call it? Joe five. Oh, and so we will be bumped up into the morning slot because what are they gonna do put Jeff on it? No, no. I can't even get him in. Here to commit to a segment much less right show every day though. Yeah, so we'll be doing that triple eight nine hundred thirty three ninety three. In the meantime, we're here in this familiar timeslot talking about the morning Cup of post them with Joe and his main squeeze squeeze who by the way I used to as we've mentioned before, hate being coupled together, right? Anyone anybody's saying that they were a couple. They were an item. They were in love. They were maybe doing some extra curricular activities in their off hours, and now they're just, I mean, Joe tries to be affectionate to her on the air. She doesn't like that what he does it, but it happens anyway morning, Joe today. Yesterday we're talking about the cavenaugh confirmation and how awful it was that anybody drank beer to celebrate it or whatever. Yeah, here he is chest ising Republic. Every go. Republicans celebrated the confirmation of bread Kavanagh as a victory for Republicans, activists tweeted photos of their alcohol with the hashtag beers for Brett sent majority whip. John Cornyn posted a photo of sparkling wine, writing young, quite beers for red, probably for bread instead just don't know why this is funny Senator Lindsey Graham wrote. It's actually not fun. Offing, they're talking about the United States Supreme court. Lindsey, Graham, Lindsey, Graham, hey, road. I'm not tired of winning victory. Press secretary. Sarah Sanders. Invoked the twenty sixteen election quote. Congratulations. Judge Capitola instead of six, three liberal supreme court under Hillary Clinton. We now have five, four conservative supreme court under president, Donald Trump's and mending a tremendous legacy for the president and a better future for America. And they're all pissed off that you would have a beer for a supreme court nominee. Is that what it is? And I, I don't understand the outrage there. She gets so upset. She easily offended and I love Joe yesteryear, whatever you say, it's it's totally nut cool. I'm with you. Hon shed. Of course, he's a conservative. Joe Scarborough is own my goodness. Are you seeing? He's not conservative. I'm saying a lot of things, but he's a conservative Republican used to be a Republican can identify with now because they're so mean spirited in extreme, but he's still conservative. Yeah, right, right. Pretty amazing that even tries to play that game. But he does. He continues to and they're all talking about how badly treated Dr Ford was. Are you kidding me? Do you not remember how you guys treated Monica Lewinsky in comparison boy, seriously. There is no comparison. Just a little reminder of how things were back in nineteen ninety eight. That's timber. CBS news poll showed that most Americans viewed Lewinsky unfavourably was more unpopular with women than with men. Meanwhile on TV and on the radio, Monica was a young tramp. Monica. Lewinsky's behavior was unacceptable. Monica. Never say no. Wenski was portrayed not as a victim, but it's desperate and conniving slut whose obsessive behavior was to blame for the whole mess. Comes off someone who basically blackmails the president of the United States that's Bill Maher eight after the star report came out and Kenny roof, what a great article the other day. And she said there should be a term connoting the opposite of sexual harassment. When a person of less, our uses her sexual attractiveness or personal relationship with the person greater power to get ahead. Can you imagine if we were trying to say that some young woman has taken advantage of the most powerful man on earth by seducing him with. So this man is so innocent and so naive, and you just do st- and somebody with lesser power, taking vantage of a person with more power. Their power structure is is everything to them now that's, that's all they ever talked about is I couldn't couldn't do anything. I couldn't say no. Because of the the power structure, the power dynamic, the power dynamic was such that I couldn't say no, I, and now they're wow unattended. Now. Marsov the situation. It was Lewinsky who had seduced Clinton. Monica Lewinsky is the one who should apologize to America. She's the home wrecker. Anybody really owes an apology. I think it's her. Applaud Howard Stern, radio personality commission to song about Lewinsky. Monica, Lewinsky, prince pictures of my face and my do. School, I still know the golden rule do unto others and then have them. Do you too. Joe Scarborough, then it's not funny. They think it's funny, it's it's not funny. That's not funny and nobody treated Christine Ford. That way. I, you know, the the president tweeted out. I don't even remember what his tweet was. Do you remember? He tweeted something out that was less than glowing. I know of Christine. Ford. I don't remember exactly what the wording was, but that that was the only time where you could even say she wasn't handled with complete respect that she wasn't completely coddled and she had not one shred of evidence to back up any of her claims. And yet. They treat her like a Saint. Well, back up what you're saying, then. Do you have the tweet? I'm looking for saying, yeah, let's see here. Hang on. Boy, I see Susan Collins was appalled by his tweet, Susan Collins. Yeah. But of course, why would the CNN story referencing said, quote. Yeah. Why would you? Why would you get into what the tweet actually was that she's outraged over seriously? All right. In the world, we'll look for that triple eight nine hundred thirty. Three Ninety-three also look forward. We we're looking forward to a two hundred forty dollars per gallon, gas tax. What did you what? One? Just a gas tax. Two hundred forty dollars a gallon. Is that a problem for you? There's a new report that suggests we must do this. There's got to be carbon pricing and a two hundred and forty dollars per gallon. Gas tax is the equivalent of what we need to fight global warming. A carbon tax would need to be as high as twenty seven thousand dollars per tonne in the year twenty one hundred. Now, if you think that's unlikely to ever happen probably is, but still for Americans. It would be two hundred and forty dollars per gallon. The tax just the federal tax up by the year twenty one hundred. So you think, well, I don't care. I don't care. I'm not going to be around one hundred federal tax. You mean the new international tax coming down the pike. She's so in twenty thirty. The report says a carbon tax would need to be as high as fifty five hundred dollars. So there that's reasonable by twenty thirty. They'll put a carbon tax fifty, five hundred dollars per tonne. Okay. And that only raises the tax on a gallon of gasoline to forty nine dollars per gallon. Don't worry about it. So that's a lot better bargained. That's a two hundred. Yeah. You took up Overton windowed is nothing. They do start the report with it have to be two hundred and forty dollars a gallon, but look in twenty but okay, but just by twenty thirty. Yeah, it'll just be forty. Nine. I can get you into this gallon of gas. My manager wants. The charge extra to forty for this gallon, but I was able to talk to him. Got you down to forty nine dollars in the internet. Now keep in mind tax. That's just the tax on the gallon of gas. That's not the price of the gallon of gas. Yep. The federal taxes we pay now are. Eighty cents a gallon or something like that, or they more than that. I'm not sure, but there's a federal tax. There's a state tax and you break down that way. And so it eats up maybe dollars worth of the price. So if you're paying three fifty, maybe a dollar that is taxes. You can think for that tax going up. But forty nine dollars per gallon. The price of gas would have to be what sixty sixty five seventy dollars a gallon. We pay eighteen point four cents per gallon, federal eight eighteen cents. Yeah. The US federal excise tax on gasoline is eighteen point four cents per gallon. Go, okay. It's only eighteen cents and they just want to raise it to forty nine dollars per gallon. That's it's not unreasonable. Is it? That's fair. Fair share. I mean we're the ones polluting the earth more than anyone else. Thank you. So, you know, of course we should pay more. Wow. So the highest. Gas tax by states is Pennsylvania and what's there's prevailant it doesn't say, okay, it's a it's a long red line next to short yellow line. So they're trying to keep the future warming below one and a half degrees celsius. And in order to do that, they say the carbon taxes would need to range from one hundred and thirty five dollars to fifty five hundred dollars per tonne in twenty thirty up to thirteen thousand dollars per tonne in twenty fifty four hundred twenty two seventeen thousand dollars per tonne in twenty seventy. And that, of course, they've gotta be high when they wrote this report right. This is a stupid thing I've ever heard my life well, this this whole global warming fiasco is just that to ask. Oh yeah. And by the way at Henry Keith on Twitter, I just tweeted out if you want to see how your state compares. Alaska has the lowest gas tax. Of course, South Carolina is right there with them as well. Say what that Texas in Alaska. It doesn't. It's if you like to look at fun little line. I love that. Yeah. Yeah, fun little lines. And so. You'll see. But here we go. We got, I don't know Texas near the bottom. So that's good. You know, as far as gas tacky, as far as state gas tax? Yeah. But your top five. As far as highest state guests, Texas, Pennsylvania, Washington state, Hawaii, New York in Michigan, your lowest, five gas tax, Mississippi, Missouri, Oklahoma, South Carolina, and Alaska. Citrus thing. It's interesting. Ivan, is there a phone number that people can call to comment on that or Montana? Right in the middle. By the way, I don't know what you need, you know, high gas tax there in Montana. Yeah, because you know, trying to figure out how how, how you guys going to get the the crime on the streets of Helena under control you guys still on the mean streets talks, maybe increase the police if you increase the gas tax to where the drive by shooters can't afford guess they're not gonna be able to drive by and shoot see that's win. We'll have to do it on foot so win. It's a good idea, but seriously salted that nations is the most pointless body on the planet. Yes, they are stupid. Yes, and they create more havoc than they solve in. They should go the hell away and please get off the continent right now. Yes. Thank you. I understand. Brussels is beautiful. This time. Locate their dribble eight nine hundred thirty three ninety. Three more Pat gray unleashed coming up. Pat gray on the blaze radio network. Pat gray, quick reminder. We will be vacating this time slot. What? Beginning Monday, what are we going? We're traveling all the way to the morning show. We're going back in time going back in time. Okay. Starting Monday. We'll be here at six plus we're not gonna start at five because frankly, that's too early and I thought six. That's too early too early as well, but I haven't done actual mornings since Houston, probably summer of owner. Rally? Yeah. Nine and then with with with Glenn, what I lived in Connecticut worked in midtown Manhattan still had to get up pretty early to get there and get everything done. But this'll be the first time we get back up at three thirty in a while. I was used to Dallas. I've been thought that'd be fun. I've been thinking sucks about eleven central. Don't have to wake up at three thirty if only I was yes do and now I are. So congratulations. Keith maybe can move five. There's subdivision right next to us. You could just walk to work if you moved in their triple eight, nine hundred thirty three ninety three and padded leashed on Twitter. We've been debating whether or not to play this video own. In fact, it's all crumpled up right now as you can see. I couldn't do that if it worked crumpled up and it weren't an actual document. Joan surrounded at new red guessing warning hide the kids. Okay. If you don't want your kids see something disturbing without getting to preview it first, you might want to do that. Right, but it's unbelievable video. Yeah. So some bicyclists were biking down a road and it looks like a pretty. It's woodsy on both sides and a car comes by headed. The other direction from as the bicyclists are. And what transpires is shocking. Don't six kids hide the kids right now, but if you wanna take a look, this is amazing. Surreal here. It is. That just just became one of Santa's flying reindeer right there here. So that affectively was a Russian dash Cam video of the animal kingdom. Can you say. I think the dears fine deers absolutely. The the news is the deer jumped and frolicked back into the forest steer frolics after video it frolicked and you can't that word if it was a tragedy. It frolicked watching this again to otherwise look away. Oh no. Oh. Frolicking sued thereafter, very frightening to because if those by sickle said actually been hit by the flaying reindeer there, but I would've Santa's flying reindeer that would not have gone well. Okay. So the gopro is on the bicyclists bike and you see the guy right in front of him kind of shift as buddy out of the way to avoid because he feels the threat coming from the Flannery deer and and the guy with the gopro, if you notice the camera shakes, but he feels it to those guys. One was taken out by Santa's reindeer, very close. Wow, that is that's amazing. Video. That is the most amazing video we've ever had pretty pretty incredible how and another sign that dear don't look both ways before the Red Cross dome dear. But I'm glad he frost a good safety tip to all the dears within the sound of my voice, all the deer look both ways before crossing a busy roadway. Yeah, Yep. So. Dear. Look at me look left little right then back to the left again, look left again. And then in this case, maybe back to the right and you would have seen the car coming and you would awaited for a second. But again, the good news is tears, fine. It looked tragic, but it's not the deer gut right up and frolicked back into the forest, met his family there for dinner. They had some scrumptious berries later on and a twig twig series. I don't believe this. Yeah, I'm going. You do not know all of those details what he did in the I did some research. No, no, it's it's. It's right. The arising berries in the forest with the family and twig. Twig, wow, you? Yeah, damn corrected. Sorry, it was fine. So don't even worry about it, but that is compelling video. It is good gully. All right, triple eight, nine hundred thirty three ninety three little message for a Ted Cruz come home. Ted. I think that might have to be thing like like this. Does not appear even once in the US coast Titian. What is the word freedom? Ted. Later. I mean, you got in there quick enough or does the word Ted, your honor. That statement is at least true there. The word Ted appears nowhere in the US constitution. You do a search do search right now. Get back to you. All right. Astronaut, Scott Kelly is on the wrong side of his liberal friends. I love it when liberals eat their own, you might remember Scott Kelly. He is the husband of the congress person who got shot tragically several years ago. Yeah, Gada giffords. And one of the unwritten rules of social media seems to be avoiding inspirational quotes. You don't wanna do that American astronaut, Scott, Kelly put that to the test on Sunday when he used Winston Churchill's quote, and people got sideways with him because how dare you quote Winston Churchill? Yeah. What what? What was the. Yeah, dare you don't be doing well. Listen to how disgusting this, let's oh, boy. Here we go. Scott, Kelly tweet from Sunday. One of the greatest leaders of modern times, Sir. Winston Churchill said, quote in victory magnanimity unquote. I guess those days are over. So he's obviously talking about people not being magnanimous in light of the victory of Brett Cavin upset about the tweeting of beers for bright and he's attacking Republicans by the way for not being the Agneta MOUs. But. Churchill is apparently a horrible person now in the eyes of the left, and it's interesting that Scott Kelly still considers him a great leader. One of the greatest leaders of modern times Winston Churchill pretty conservative guy. You might want to want to check yourself Scott. But anyway, the left came down like a ton of bricks because the Twitter followers also linked Churchill to a famine in Bengal India that killed at least three million people in nineteen forty. So Winston Churchill Khanna's to an Indian famine that killed people. He's also known for quotes like I do not admit that a wrong has been done to these people by the fact that a stronger race, a higher grade race, a more worldly wise race to put it that way has come in and taking their place. Well, so I mean, that's a, that's a tough quote. Yeah, that's a tough quote, but does that does that Nate? Everything Winston Churchill has ever done. It certainly doesn't in the eyes of a Hillary Clinton who praises Margaret Sanger all time. And when she was asked about it, she said, Well, I, I don't like some of the things she stood for, but that doesn't. That doesn't Nate the whole of what she tried to accomplish. Cute. I guess that only applies to Margaret Scott Kelly. He he held his ground, right? Yeah, he's he's stood tall, right? He said, no, I'm going to quote him. Yeah, here's here's how he put the hammer down. Okay. Here we go. All right. Not mean to fend anyone by quoting Winston Churchill by apologies. I'll go and educate myself further on his atrocities, racist views, which I don't support. My point was we need to come together as one nation. We're all Americans. Fail. As radio network.

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How to Follow Your Passion!

Frankie and Jess

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How to Follow Your Passion!

"Ht's Frankie and just show podcast here on iheartradio. We just moved. Called ups. That's how `bout boxes and they're a good service, but you have to have information ready about your boxes before even call them. I had no idea I call them up. Have a ten bucks become? Pick them up. We need to know the weight and the Gerve okay goodbye. We need the weight and the Gir-. Okay I don't know what the weight is and I. Don't know what Girth me. The feature. So. This guy talks to me like I'm four years old. We'll have a bathroom scale. Yeah, but I put the box in scale. It's going to cover up the NAPA. Take them off, really quick. Zero on. So then he gives me like as Mister Wizard formula. How about a few stand on the scale and weigh yourself? Get off the scale. Pick up the box. Get back on the box together and subtract your weight. I'm going slow down. Hold on professional seven eleven. It's ninety ones HD solid number one hit music station with Frankie and Jessica. I played that clip because listen to Veronica, heard yesterday the show with marriage advice. She said they were just having this conversation. She and her girlfriends about this a couple of days ago and one of the things she put on this list that that that they came up with was higher a moving company. It's exciting to move in together, but moving boxes and furniture always ends in a fight. Do yourself a favor? Pay The extra my for movers so true right so true. Just bite the bullet. Pay The money. It's worth it and hire a mover. She also said the dishwasher. Everybody loves it in a different way, and usually one of the spouses winds figure out early, and declare yourself victor or subdued to your partner. That's Hilarious and then remember remember that you're sparse spouses. Part of your world, not your whole world, so make time for yourself and give your spouse space when they need it. Don't make funnier spouses hobby and makes them happy so true. Some good pieces of advice, really good. Yeah, and we have from yesterday. Show if you missed it. It's all posted as far as Those topics that came into the TEX came in from. From yesterday's topic with everything that we do as forced techs topics, but it's posted a frankie and dot com. Those were really good, though and there were a lot that we didn't get to for the air. Yeah, so yeah, there were a lot if you're thinking about getting married, or if you're married, and it's like a little bit of some trouble in paradise, those are good reminders, some good stuff to to read and check out and always check in with our our site manager Frankie and Jessica because we're always posting. Kylie's just like posting stuff. Left right plus is only headlines coming up on the computer. A lot of stuff. Hey, we've got. Let's see coming up in a few minutes here. We're going to get into the early or the middle addition of Hollywood headlines, but about seven forty because Tony Scotto is gonNA be off this morning in somebody texted yesterday. about mother-in-law's and or mothers in law said. Why don't we do that that they? They had a comment about the mother. Lana had an email from one of our listeners earlier in the week. Somebody so they WanNa, do the mother-in-law topic again. So, what did your mother-in-law say or do so? We'll set it up a story. That was just in the news this week about a mother lawn something that she pulls like crazy. So! We'll share that coming up in a few minutes, and then at eight o'clock this morning or tat after eight good vibes with Kylie, so we've got all the Friday coming up weather. Today Looks Pretty Nice, so it's going to be upper eighties and sun tomorrow. We're going to be mid-nineties. Sounds like it's going to cool off I. Think a bit, or at least it's going to change on. Sunday and I think that's probably in the afternoon. We're looking at possibly some storms kind of. Whip. What time, but I think it's GonNa be sometime in the afternoon at sixty seven. As you get right now, we're GONNA. Come back into the middle edition of Hollywood headlines for your Friday. What are we talking about? This is pretty cool, so it's big news for the dixie chicks. You've been listening to the ninety seven one. Frankie, Ingest Show podcast Robert here on iheartradio. Sixty seven is you get up right now? so this is something that we're doing on Fridays. The last Friday of the month here it's called food drive. Fridays, it's basically a virtual food and fund drive to benefit the Utah Food Bank, because one eight utahns are at risk of missing a meal today, and and we've talked about this before, but what's even more chilling is one in seven Utah. Kids are unsure where their next meal is GonNa come from and with everything going on with corona. Virus is the community you know making changes in the schools. Schools Events and services, the the food banks suffering, so we're trying to help out so what you can do is. You can go to our website at ninety seven hundred HD DOT com. do keyword food drive fraud. As that will bring you to the page, or if this is easier for you, you can dial pound two fifty, and you can say the keyword food, drive Fridays and it. Will you know basically pop up a link? You can opt in to receive this tax, so you can easily do it from your phone. Oh, so again it's A. Pound to fifty, and then say the keyword food drive Fridays, or that's the key word that you can get to our website at ninety seven one dot com. Yes what's Food Drive Fridays We're just doing this virtual. Fund. Drive or food drive that is for the for the food. Banks were just helping or trying to do our part in helping you know. Fill the shelves there because again. Three, hundred seventy four thousand UTAHNS, that's one and eight utahns risk of missing Emil today and one in seven. Utah kids are unsure where their next meal's going to come from. Wow, so that's a little disturbing. We're going to jump into the middle edition of Hollywood. Headlines Binladin Hollywood headlines. This morning is brought you by McDonalds already, so the dixie chicks officially dropped the Dixie from their name so now they're just going to be called the chicks. Checks and they're amazing I've seen them live at least two, maybe three times over the years, and they don't like the connection with the word Dixie, because it's connected to slavery, and they released new songs so I can't wait to hear this because I heard about the name change yesterday like after the show, but then I heard about the new song this morning, and I love music, so the new song is titled March and They didn't comment any further. They just released the song and changed the name and there's just said. We want to meet this moment, so they're not gonNA. Come out acid for being sexist. Saying you know. We got a new song from the chicks. Chicks coming up so probably in a few years. The three girls, and the other so great, but they you know like I. said wanted to make that change to the social justice protests over the past month and The word dixie is deeply connected to confederacy, so which is very rooted in slavery, and then if you remember, this was maybe a week or two ago, lady Antebellum, they ended up changing their name to lady, and then there was another artist in Seattle that was like. Excuse me. That's my name, so they ended up having to pay her. They haven't released how much they've paid her to say. Hey, can we? Can we use that name? It's probably part of the deal, so we're not gonNA hear anything more from the story they got. Got Deep pockets. I'm sure she got paid and lady a Seattle. It's like her side Gig so I'm sure that was you know like I? Said Good Chunk of change, but I guess there is already another band called the chicks, so the dixie chicks heard about that, and they reached out there in new. Zealand and they've been around since the sixties, so they got permission first, and they gave them a shout out, and just said Hey, thanks, you know. We're excited to coexist and share the name and chicks rock and we appreciate you. Might have given them a little, too. I mean let's be real. And then I heard this this morning, so winn dixie grocery chain Yup, sure do we used to shop there? And when I lived in Florida Oh did you so they might be considering changing their name and I think just keeping win and getting rid of Dixie and there was a win Dixie here in Utah tour some winn-dixies I wanna say someone like a small town that I've driven through, and it was like an old winn-dixie building, or maybe it was somewhere in Wyoming okay. I can't remember, but you know it's somewhere out west, which was surprising because I thought it was just like in the in the southeast. I've heard of them I. Don't know if I've ever shopped at one and then let's see. Did you get that story about Baba with the news? Because there's an update to that again? WHAT'S THE UPDATE? The update is they looked at the different bays, and they looked at. You. Know Raj. At talladega because they had the race over the weekend and I think it was delayed on Sunday because of weather and they ended up doing it on Monday they did you know but all of the bays? You have that rope that you pull down the garage door. It's like they have like little remote control like. The dodged goes down and get a pull it down, and so they looked at all. The Bays and one of the base that somebody had posted on social media said it's not news. It's just the rope that you pull down the bay. You know door with while that wasn't Bubbas Bay, so they went, and it was absolutely a noose, and so now they're commenting, so that was the update to the story. Because at first they said it was news. Then they retract it at said it wasn't and they went back and said Oh. Yeah, I mean and I saw the updated photo this morning. There out, Kylie just pulled up. There's no mistaken that that's. That's the only one out of all those bays. Talladega, that looks like that, but we were saying so one of the updates, but the story is you know he didn't like? It's not like it was his garage. I mean he didn't find out. It was his garage until like last minute or something like that They were saying that had been there since October, but but maybe this is NASCAR tournus. Spin it I. Don't know what that picture that they posted like. Which you because I? Remember yesterday. You guys brought it up in studio I was like Oh yeah. That looks like just to pull down counter not or whatever, or but then that. Yesterday look like a blatant. Oh yeah, that was definitely the garage that he was using Talladega and to go back to the because the Jesse small thing they were comparing that and saying hey, by by no means did he 'cause he didn't even see it now, so it was the people. There are people at Nascar that told them bought it, so he kind of find out whether everybody else. He didn't actually see it, so they don't want people to think that it's this small situation. Situation from Chicago where he's the one that's saying what had happened to him, and maybe trying to create something that actually didn't happen. We had nothing to do with that nothing. I love him on team Bubba. He is gorgeous and talented Okay, what else do we have? Oh, this kind of broke towards the end of the show yesterday Emma Roberts and Garrett Hedlund, so they're expecting a baby. I totally forgot their together. They just they're so low. They're never. Never out and about never in the tabloids, so she of course is the niece of Julia Roberts and this will be first baby. She's twenty nine and Um. Yeah I'm excited for them married or what they're. They're not married. No, they're They're boyfriend girlfriend, but I'm GonNa give you more details on their upcoming baby on Let's see I'll do at eight twenty and then Justin Bieber I'm GonNa, get more into the meat of the story next hour as As well, so he is suing those sexual assault accusers for twenty million. He's not playing around. We talked about this a cold couple of days ago. There was a twitter account that accused him of sexual assault when he was at south by southwest in Austin Texas a few years ago when he was with Selena Gomez. Good luck trying to get back. Because I'm sure there's the whoever this is. These people this person. They don't have twenty million hailed. It's GonNa make their life. You know what and just make a statement like this isn't okay. You can just do that and it's also a tactic to you know, make an example out of this person and then tell other people don't come didn't do anything anybody else. That's high profile Yup line about people lying so bieber's. I'm not messing around, so he is like suing her for. For twenty million and this person said that yes Bieber took advantage of her, and he said one. There's no way I was not at that hotel to my girlfriend was with me the entire time, so there's no way anything happened, so yes, so he's definitely fighting that full force Let's see we got a ton of stuff carol baskin. Carol Basque. She's back in the news. Song. Basket yes, so she just released a virtual reality game where you get to track tigers in the wild. That was awesome. What do you want to bet? My husband? Kevin's going to download that damn thing. He's always on the phone like video game and I'm like. What does he play? We fortnight. That's what he plays with. Place by together fortnight with coop and his. Best e Scott Crow their like, are they. Luckily okay. What does he play in phone? What does he download? It's like I don't even know what it's like a game where. I think it would be like Oregon trail. Wasn't. Four night you can play your phone as well right I think so, but it's harder. Okay, fort night on a playstation or I, think Xbox, and then you can do it on a on a PC to. He plays these games where it's like. He like blows up that camp and they come back for him like. Okay I don't get it. Yeah, Mike I'm sure he'll download the girl baskin game. Big Cat, what is it the rescue? Er, that's awesome. Virtual reality. Your Oculus yes well. That's cool. Maybe she could raise money for her cats. Because I know she's always trying to raise money for them I mean it's like we know Thanks to her nemesis. It's not It's not. It's not easy to feed big cats like that. It's really expensive, really expensive, and then Adele so I guess Adele's working on new music. Thank God because it's been a few years now and I think her new staff is GonNa. Be Released in the fall so she's looking. Looking to release some some stuff in September, so it's good to now and then more Hollywood coming up next hour. There are some really cool picks I've got posted. Al Franken DOT COM. Keyword is Hollywood headlines so one of them? It's actually video, so it's candace cameron and she of course grew up as DJ tanner on full House, and so it's her and her kids and they're grown now. She got married really young, and they start having kids young, and so they're like rapping in the kitchen and. AIRWORTHY ask. Chris. Week clean yeah so. Tall that dude is. All older kids, the thirteen. Teams. like. Rhythm. Coming from a guy that has no rhythm. That Canadian. El-Bireh. Russian. She looks hot, Dude. She never ages she such a mouth, but anyhow there's a ton of fun stuff up there on the Hollywood headlines page. That's who she married, right? Yeah Ninety seven one. Frankie and just show podcast here on iheartradio. All right, so here's what we're talking about. In the reason, we're talking about so Tony Scotto normally as on here, but we found out yesterday or the day before yesterday that he wasn't going to be on this morning. He's going to be out of town. Take a little break so we're missing Tony Discount of talking pictures, but yesterday during the show, somebody had made a like a mother-in-law comment, and then I had like an email. It'll share a real quick here. So many wanting to do the topic of money unless we figured we throw it out. Real quick will set it up here and we've got listener Christie that we're GONNA. Bring into the show and she's got a whopper of a story with the mother-in-law, but Yes, what is your mother-in-law? Say or do so? This email that I got probably about a week ago. Somebody's saying you gotTa do this topic so I'll vague it up a little bit. I don't WANNA get anybody in trouble but she's been with her man for a while, but she said that her her her husband has several siblings, and she said out of the whole family. He's like the good one. That's one of those situations like as far as you know. He's a productive member of society. You know they do well as Miss Mrs. Access says that they do very well. We pay a lot in taxes whereas. They do well, but you have like the siblings that are you there for the handout either from the mom and dad or even from like the government? Thinks she's, but she says that. She can never win with the the mother-in-law, so it's Kinda like the hut. It sounds like the husband is not the black sheep, but he's not the favorite exhibit. He's the one that doesn't need the help you know. Psych one hundred one there. That's like. We've seen that over and over and over time were you have like the the the person of the people that the kids in the family that are grown and they're the ones that are the they struggle, and it's like the the parents, the grandparents you know, the naval, the kids. Yeah, and those are always the seemed to be like the favourite, so there's something that they're getting from it. The weird kind of site thing that goes, that's behind it, but anyway this This mother-in-law Let's see what. She said I'm just GonNa Kinda, give the last part of the email that I thought was pretty. It's pretty messed up, but she said that I guess they were doing family pictures and she said so the mother-in-law took. Family! Pick with her I guess the daughters and the other daughter Law and excluded her so. She said. That's the picture that is framed in the house. And she said you couldn't explain our years of forced relationship better having the picture. Excluding this Mrs X.. It was like Oh. That's that's brutal. You hanging up in your house. That gets. He's not in that picture. That sound you. You're not. All right, so let's get into loses listener. Christie. So Christie was good with us. username right how you doing Christie. I'm good. I can use my name. My mother-in-law lives in California girl. You're off the hook. We are good. So what? What is your mother-in-law? Say or do? Oh, my Gosh, what did she say I? She's back crap crazy. I mean nuts and my husband passed away. and. Like the last conversation she had was. You are worked with Sun. I hate you know Blah Blah will then she called me up and she's like my son. My son and she's like what did you do to my son? Why didn't you take care of like? He's knee I've been. With him last three years of his life. You know going to the hospital every eighty times. To like, make sure he's okay. But yeah, she's crazy. One of the I think yeah. I think we all know somebody that maybe not. Know somebody that knows somebody like. Oh! Yeah, this is crazy, crazy person. So, what did your your Your husband have health problems and it sounds like he was yeah. He had a genetic. A genetic disease put his body into lactic acidosis. Live Causes Oregon failure. We're so sorry and so yeah, but anyway. Do you have any context thing that he's passed away? Is Is it limited contact? No, no, no and she like. Contact, my kids because. Of My eight because of my DNA Jeez. Well the good thing that I mean the distance is probably a good thing that. I know Jeez. I know crazy. I mean we we go out. His California which is an hour away. From his family. And well. From his immediate family. I and we. His aunt. and. Yeah, so you visit other family members, but you don't visit her as what you're saying. Yeah, yeah, at least got a connection, yeah! I wouldn't want to have anything to do with your either. Right Christie. Have a good weekend and thanks for calling appreciate. All right. You have a good weekend yourself secrecy. We've got some at eight, two nine, four five. Maybe get into one or two of these, and then we'll share some more kind of throughout the show this morning. So, what is your mother-in-law say or do? My mother-in-law's massive narcissist, so you could just imagine the laundry list of things. She says her does, but mainly she hates me. I won't talk to my wife much either This one said I'm pregnant first grandkids. She calls him her baby and says she's staying with us, so she can help us told me not to breastfeed, so she can help with the baby. Go to bed for my house for her room. Oh No, there's a story that was just in the new think. Kylie Hanigan handed it over with so many. Yeah, so this story about the mother-in-law on how she's demanding this. This is so weird so sh-. Apparently, she insisted on getting gifts for this was like. Either the I think it was the son and his wife and their baby, so for the baby, and insisted on the and like these I, guess the really lavish gifts and they were like. We don't want you know we don't want it. We don't want these gifts. And she kind of pushed these gifts on them. And then it came around to tax time, and she is Oh my God yeah with their return. They're getting. She's wanting the money for the gifts that she got him insane insane. With that we'll have to do, like maybe a little later on the show this morning. If we have time which I'm thinking, we will at ten thirty gifts with strings attached. Oh my gosh, so this is something that you put that was. There's obviously because somebody has made a comment online. Saying you know, be wary of small gifts, even favors you know in talking about that, but that's where maybe think of maybe the gifts with the strings strings attached topic next law, but we have your mother loss is your mother-in-law or do at two nine four five. Listen set my. mother-in-law tomatoes nursing the baby wrong. He's nine now and said he couldn't breathe. She was holding my Boob God was nursing him. She's like you. She lives in California. Only four days, but still it was like what the hell like literally Lemme. That thing is big. Mentally mother-in-law. It's fine as their. Please don't touch my boone. mother-in-law likes to point out that Let's see her other kids married. Oh no ono that are other. Kids Marietta White people in her son married. Mia Has Spanish grow. She's Hispanic and she likes to cry. Every time we mentioned anything about Church Mormon, and my husband is not. He comes with me and is okay with the church. She'll cry like if some like somebody died. LIKE DRUG ADDICTS I guess. I let's see. She's bilingual plans on teaching her kids Spanish. And that's something. She also criticises her about because her other grandchildren speak. Spanish or Spanish so she's coming out her. She's like we're both Hispanic. Why are you coming apple? Time seven fifty two. It's ninety seven one Z. HD Justin Bieber intention now. You've been listening to the ninety seven one. Frankie and show podcast right here on iheartradio. Before we get into good vibes with Kylie. So I teased it read after a right before the Hollywood headlines in the middle of vision. And then I was going to get into it right before we got into the setting up the mother-in-law topic this morning. But forgot to. We had listener Cristiano Line telling her story about what her mother in law said and did each. but this happened earlier this morning. We had a like pounding on our front door a little after three a m. it's terrifying crazy. and I didn't hear it. My wife is like somebody's knocking front door. It was like what she's like. Somebody is knocking on her front door and I was like. Are you kidding so? I got up and I'll tell you the second, so it was about one I think in the morning I woke up. Up and I noticed that you know like you can just tell especially when you've got like your alarm clock and other little lights that are in I, can't stand lights from the TV and sometimes I'll put a sock over the front of the TV set little I think it's I don't even know what brand is, but the TV the does leave O, or what is it might you might be? I'm not even sure, but there video yet. Video and we got the. But there's little lights that we have just little whatever and even like the hall light in the doors close or we've got most of it close, but I woke up at one in the morning, and just thing was black, just pitch black and I was like Whoa, and that was the first thing I thought like. Oh, the power's out! and then you could start, and then I think it was. I don't even know if. It was truly getting hotter or if I was just like knowing that the power's out I'm like Oh man so from like one. Till little after three because I was I was up. But it was just kind of laying there and I didn't hear it. The, you know pounding on the door, but my wife Tammy had said like right before I wanNA say ran around three ish. She'll like the power's out and I think he came on for second, and then it went out again, so we had that. You know like when everything's like. The alarm! Just. Kind of goes on and it was like. Oh, my Gosh, what is going on, so then? She hears the pounding on the front door. And it's like what the so I go into the guest bedroom, so I can kind of look to see because I'm like I'm not opening the door and then I look out the window. And I see kind of like the tow truck lights. You know what I mean. But it was the power people and I saw the power truck at the foot of the driveway, and the guy was knocking on the door and I come out my rogue, and it's a little after three and again I was Kinda up already. Just kind of laying there but I didn't hear. The door was surprised here. Hey I'm sorry. No problem in I kind of knew at that point, the power was out, or they're having problems with power, said Yeah, you and your next door neighbor. Something happened where. Just the two houses with this power failure, so we were the houses that. Something like he said something about a power burn or something. He said so he. He said I'm going to. Is it okay if I go in the backyard so I kinda? Let them in the backyard. And then of course, our neighbor's dog Bentley started barking. It was like. I know. Bentley how long have you known me? How long have you known me, so? He Starts Barking I. let him in the backyard. He he's like I. Don't have to worry about a dog backing other than that dog next door. No, you're good. We'll keep our dog inside Then he would did whatever you're supposed to do. He said, but you might not have full power. until tomorrow, he said so. I didn't ask him about the ACC, so things like the the oven. I think he said Washer and dryers. You're not going to be able to run that and then I wasn't even thinking about like the until I got back and. Laying there and I got up like a few minutes later. I mean to fill hot. Feeling hot and I was thinking Oh and I wonder if the A, C, is the part because that's a big appliance I mean that's the big thing that's on the I mean no, no, yes, so I don't know so I. Don't know if they're going to get it fixed fixed now, but he. It might be later this afternoon. It might not be until tomorrow's like Oh. Man That blows that sucks and I was going to give you crap about the ring doorbell. Because then you know who it is, but if the power's out ring doesn't work right I. Don't know well because we yeah. I don't know, but it hasn't been hooked up for so long now. There's so many people go I. It's easy hookup. I know it is. Who is? Just. Bag like even like for him. To have to do that, so that's their job and they have to knock on somebody's door. Yeah, so he was kinda standing wasn't on the porch at that point, he was standing. Partway on the driveway, so you can easily see him on. He doesn't know who's getting on the other side. And I thought man. I feel for this do this job. This is what he's knocking on a door a little after three in the morning. And at least you're a nice homeowner because some people be like. Yeah But the the fact that they they have the you know the big truck with the lights. Is that right there is you know and I'm thinking? Somebody's going to that length. Then you know, go in the backyard and take what you want. I mean if this is a ruse. You went to the length of getting a big old power truck got the lights. Hat he had the best done everything. Exactly all right. Let's get into this. Good Vibes with Kylie boy. Do we need it right? We need it normally, but we really needed this time with with with everything. That's going on in the world We're going to start it off here. These good stories in the news goodbye with this is a local story that just started off with the Logan Story Yeah So this is something really cool that the community has started up so this. This is a nonprofit group created by the Utah Farm Bureau to help farmers and ranchers that had products they couldn't sell. After the pandemic fractured the supply chain in March and April and so on, it's called. Farmer's feeding Utah so they have been hosting events and on. They have been able to to make sure that there's families that you know who have been out of jobs that are able to feed them. so they have actually This program has delivered forty two thousand pounds of potatoes, nine hundred thousand dozen eggs of from Oakdale three thousand Pau pounds of pork and twenty thousand pounds of beef. It also delivered one hundred thousand dollars and dairy products like milk, including shelf, stable, milk, and cheese, so they. They said that they're really proud of what's going on because it's. It's helping local farmers, because all this food is all local. And it's also helping you know the people in the community who needed. So cool overstatement statement as far as you know when there's a need for something behind it, and we were just talking about food drive Fridays, which is going on today, and it's a virtual food in a fund drive that we're trying to benefit the Utah Food Bank. Because one and eight UTAHNS are at risk of Michigan meal today, one in seven. Utah kids are unsure whether next meal's going to come from so you can easily get involved with this and donate so food drive. Fridays is the keywords. If you WANNA, do either pound to fifty on your phone. When you hear the prompt, come up, just say the keyword food drive Fridays in that will actually unable. Unable, this thing we can opt in to receive text directly to to the donation page, or you can just go to our website Frankie and dot com and use food drive Fridays as a keyword or any of those I think there's several food keywords, but you you'll see it on the homepage and ninety seven one dot com, but we're just trying to. You know because of everything that's going on with cove nineteen with schools. You know closing all that I mean it's affecting events that are canceled. It's affecting locally here. the food banks their shelves and we just want to try to help out so again. Just go to ninety seven one HD DOT com. All right so the next story here. good with Kylie is a story about the LASAGNA -lating starving. This woman, and how can I get a hold of? This is homemade lasagna. Yes. Yes, that's one of my favorites. Axel started watching Garfield and he's like you know you know what Garfield favorite food is done and I was like this. LASAGNA and he's like A. Totally still thunder. Why didn't mean to, but he asked me if I knew, and I know like I'm a fan of Garfield I I read. That comic were growing up. I didn't really watch the cartoon I mean I know an and I said you know what the dog's name is, and he looked at me. It's Odi like that as a fan of Garfield to skew. that. LASAGNA LASAGNA loved it. So on her name is Michelle Brenner and she says she lost her job. She was furloughed from her job. Edmonds store and so we're. We're menswear store menswear. And, so she said that she wanted to turn to comfort food, and so she she went home, and she made a big whole thing of Lasagna that was her grandmother's recipe actually, and after that she actually was like you know I'm Gonna I'm GonNa share this the wealthy? You know kind of a thing. And so she used her stimulus check and she went and bought all these ingredients she put on facebook and she said Hey if you need some comfort food I'm here for you, so she started making all these lasagna's for people love it. Yeah, and she has made so. It's been three months since she started this and now she's made twelve hundred pans of lasagna. Where where is she, She not local, not local. KOMO SEATTLE. Does she. Does she like deliver? You know ship She might okay look I'm a look at this leash I'm not kidding. Cool. Yeah, so she said she's been doing Auburn Kitchen. Choose doing that for a really long time, but then word got out, and there was a sportsman's club, so it was Gig Harbor Sports Club that offered their kitchen for her project Oh. Yeah, because it's like a commercial kitchen, so then she could make more, so she's made like a so many. She's actually money for gotta go got me. Me Going, and so she has, there's been people that have contributed more than twenty two thousand dollars so far towards the so they can just keep making lasagna scorn. What does she doing? She's doing stuff for hospital workers, first responders and struggling single parents. Yeah, dude, that's cool. You can read actually more of the story and there's videos to go along with. The Kylie posted it breaking, just dot com. I know. That sounds so good pitch on the spot, but I know you're listening and so if you're not gonNA. You're not GonNa Cook your sauce. She makes a killer lasagna making lasagna. On years. and then the next story here is about this student who was recording the national anthem on a park right for her commencement. Okay, yes, so her name's Madison Hallberg suit. She's a graduate from Portland. Portland State University and so she was being recorded in a public city park that runs through their campus and it was for their virtual ceremony that was going to be on June four fourteenth, so she is recording it and there's a an opera singer that was actually walking through the campus when she was recording it and he walks into video while they're recording and start seeing her. It is the most beautiful also. We have the audio from it. To you. So into lease. John. I. Run Steve You. Say and. Burn. I guess he goes boy. Right and he's been singing at black lives matter protests to try to keep his interesting instrument is voice in shape. That's really why I love. That was really neat. If you want to see the video then we got that posted as well. I was watching I was like getting emotional. Yeah. Cool, and then the last was kind of a throwback. So this is a story that is just gonNA circulating again a good vibe store, and it has to do with a single dad. Yeah, so and his name's Lamont, Thomas? He's from Buffalo New York and he has foster children over twenty years on now, and he is now the parent of twelve He adopted five siblings all under five years old. So there's. Five Jamal four and a three major to and Michaela one, so they're all like super young, and they just really cool to to see the pictures of them. All and and I decided that was awesome of him to do that. So yeah circulating again if you WANNA see that story as well video, go along with it is positive. Frankly just dot com good job. Ninety seven ht's Frankie and just show podcast here on iheartradio. Tony Scotto talking pictures. It wasn't on this morning, so we He said that he's going to be taking a break going I. Think Vegas I don't know if he's doing this in Vegas or here before he goes off to Vegas for the weekend, but just posted on his facebook that he's chatting with Cole Hauser and Kelly Reilly from yellowstone. So if you watched the show, you know who those two are, yeah, I I love houser in that character. He plays and an infant Kelly. Right I mean this is a good show and we got sucked into it and it was one. We're a little late in the game with it, you know, but we have gone through the seasons, and we were jumping on season three, which aired premiered on. Sunday nights on Father's Day night. But this only the one episode we were talking about that so paramount. So how how? They're doing an old school like you know like we used to have it where you gotta wait next week for the episode episode number two as opposed to get used to the Netflix and Amazon prime engine them. Yeah, when they drop the whole season, so there's good and bad that comes with. That was asking about how be last night we were going to bed pillow tacos like every time I yellow stone. They have been for awhile. Do we want to get into that? He's like it doesn't look interesting H-. Foam over you as You're. Watching it. Why don't you? I gotTA listen to Stop Dude Yeah, but I mean you know if he doesn't want to do, you can start whites. It took us about three I think by the third episode we were sucked in so the first episode we were like. We don't know how we feel about it. Second episode we're like how we got to see the third episode, and then we were on board. Kevin Costner. Are you watching that Kylie? Don't you watch it to? No I haven't. I think you'd like it. There's horses than it you're from. Here in Utah and Woodland all different parts all around like in Summit County. Watch, and there's all different parts, and then parts of Montana but I mean. It's neat to see where you're like. That's definitely Utah. Kinda cool, so he's going to be hopefully we'll talk to him soon about that, but yes I. I'm thinking probably posters interviews on his facebook page. If you follow Tony, discount you have to check that out Erica from the whole zoo by the way to. If you're a fan of the show on season one, so she's in it, so you got to look. Look at the small little bit part, but she plays alive She's a news reporter and she's live on the scene doing the little report. It was like holy crap and she did great. Yeah, so hopefully and she's like I. Don't know I'm hoping that you never know man. They might have you back in a different, maybe in that part or a different part talented. Is All right? Let's jump into the late edition of Hollywood. Headlines Late Edition Hollywood headlines this morning for your Fridays brought to you by Jiffy. Lube I just brought up. pickup gets its on Britney Spears Instagram, so she posted this. It's a beautiful piece of artwork, and it's a be with a crown, and so she said to all my fans who call me. Queen Bee believe this would be more accurate, and it's just gorgeous, so. Beyonce as fans the beehive, but isn't. She quit Green Bay. Now, or do they call her Queen Bee, both okay, so they yeah, she definitely poke the bear with that so I know everybody was like. Oh, now there's only one queen bee and she's from Houston. Both so anyhow artist that painted this appreciates the buzz about her art. She said obviously. Yeah. It was not about Britney or beyond. Say but I think this is a really cool picture, and that's a funny. I mean I know it's kind of you know they do. Call beyond say the Queen Color Clean Being Clean Bay and then you know they've called Britney, you know. Queen Bee over the years, because a be for Britney I mean even Mary Kay like that's. That's our symbol as the be, and is it on? The crown, and yeah, because they talk about a be strengthened its big body in this little wing. And just the the hope in the power in that so yeah I thought that was funny, but yeah, of course beyonce fans are like Oliver. Britney's fans and They're. Going to be room for to Queen Bees and we talked about this a little bit earlier, but I have some more details for you, so Emma Roberts. It's the news of Julia Roberts. She and Garrett Hedlund are pregnant with their first baby together, so let's see. He's thirty five. She's twenty nine, and then she was off and on again with Evan. Peters and he's an actor as well and they were together for a long time, so she's been with this new guy. Not that long I was GONNA say it hasn't been that long now. They were first spotted together. Together I want to say in the spring of this year, so it hasn't been that long at all. And then he I was like who did he date forever because he was in one of those who is in that country movie years ago when Paltrow and she was drunk, and on the road, and I can't remember what it was called, and he was like a newcomer on the scene or something like that, but that was like his first big break, and like you said that was a while ago. He's been another thing since he's from tron. Garrett, hedlund. So, he was with Kirsten Dunst for like five years, because of my key dated somebody famous for a long time, it was like Kirsten Dunst so again. Of course Kirsten is married now and has a child and so yeah. He's having babies Emma well. She's so beautiful. We really is pretty stunning, and then let's see what Oh bieber promised you the story, so bieber's going after to social media users. They both accused him of sexual assault. He said he's allegations are factually impossible, and it's a scheme to get attention and fame, so he's suing to. Jane does over defamation. He says these are malicious. Claims that he sexually assaulted them. One was in two, thousand, fourteen. One was in two, thousand, fifteen, he said absolutely fabricated lies the first one. They said it went down at Four Seasons and Austin Texas and he said there's no truth to that, and he can prove it, so he's got everything. He's got documents where he stayed where he spent money. He's like Nope, never was never there and then the other one so. The first GAL's name allegedly. Danielle the second Gal's name is allegedly Katie, but their economy John does. This Gal was saying it happened in New, York City and He said Nope not again. I've got documentation never happened I guess Katie. He knows her because she's like a super bowl. Lieber like she follows him all over the country and she waits outside hotels. To meet him for years, she wants to be famous. He said I've never even met her, but I know of her because she follows me so they ended up taking down these tweets and things, but he's like I'm not letting this go, so he's suing them. Pretend million a piece because of these allegations and he said absolutely false and I'm I'm not gonNA. Sit back like I'm GONNA. GonNa show you that this is inappropriate. He'll be right in a track called alibis. Yeah, because it sounds like he's got alibis, he does. He has the all the receipts to prove where he was and where he was not in the where they were saying and then Katy Perry, so she dedicated a new song to her unborn daughter, so she is going to have her baby girl in August. August I think the end of the summer, and it's called. What makes a woman so can't wait to hear that new song and then everyone was talking about this yesterday on social media Elizabeth Banks. We love her. She's so talented and funny and gorgeous. She's GonNa. Play Ms Fizzle, or Miss Frizzle I should say on the magic school bus movie. then. Most of US grew up reading the magic. Magic school bus and then they had a show on PBS for years to remember that I. Don't think I watched it, but I do remember. It's a cool dude. It's a cool series. It's a franchise and coop grew up watching it too, so yeah, pretty cool I think they even have it on like kids now or something like that. They used to play it at school for us. On our days, where it was like a half day, or whatever they'd played magic school bus, a cartoon, von so fun and they do they get in the school bus kind of a crazy teacher, and they go on these adventures, and sometimes they're underwater and is fun. It's a lot of people were like. Oh, my Gosh Elizabeth. Bates is perfect for that role and then Liam Machel. She's a rough few months, and not just because we're GONNA pandemic. Matthew Morrison You know a lot of her former CO stars coming at her, and her being a Brat, being rude to people, and just people are beneath her so matthew. Morrison of course was a part of Glee, and so people were asking him like okay you way. You were a big part of that show it sucks. Both sex that put him in that like. You know what I mean like I, even if you know. Roped into this, I don't want any part of the, so he said a distraction from the bigger issues that are going on right now, so he wouldn't say yes, or no, he was just like Oh. This is just a distraction. You know I I. Don't want to be involved in this and some people are like okay by you saying that you are confirming it, so you can't win. You can't win either way. Way And then coming up next hour at night, twenty got to stick around. Because this is hilarious. Of course, your wife loves superhero movies. She grew up on it. She has two brothers, and we've kind of gotten into these movies. Because of our son Coop and I know you've got into more because of your wife and so Chris. Evans sat down with Paul Rudd so I don't know if you have the audio. Funny you all. It's funny Captain America Man. Chat. So they're talking about The status of ant man three, which we're super stoked for because we've seen obviously one and two, and I think you and Tam have of course. Yeah, so yeah, so it's a funny interview. Chris Evans people are like it's not safe for work, so I gotTA make sure cleaning up million. It's a really good thing coming up at nine twenty K., so it's eight. Eight thirty four coming up in a few minutes here. We've got some more mother-in-law stories that will get to, so we want to know what is your mother-in-law? Say or do and then we'll get into set in this next story up, and it's really cool to one of our listeners It's very inspiring, so stories of people following their passion and making a living out of doing. You've been listening to the ninety seven one. Frank in just show podcast Robert here on iheartradio. So we through. This is a little earlier. Would the the bad mother-in-law say or do? So? We wanted to just give you a chance to vent. Haven't done that topic a while. We had a text come in yesterday, and then had an email and I share that a little earlier about somebody's mother in law and they were like. Hey, the next time you do this topic, here's a story for you. Just going crazy here in some of these, so we'll get to some real quick. At eight to nine four five mother-in-law always talks through my kids to criticize me, mom, where's my jacket? Like. Why don't the kids have jackets on social? See it through them. Oh, that's very passive aggressive. Oh my Gosh! mother-in-law hates me and told me she's happy that she does not have to worry about the future generations. She would have loved it if I died at childbirth. Are you what? That woman is Satan. Let's see my mother-in-law. And her granddaughters laughed while I sang him at her child's funeral, because she said I sang the Mormon version of it, and she hates US Mormons boy Let's see Ben with my husband for nine years. You think I used used to my mother-in-law's comments and this one. We've talked about before twenty three weeks pregnant. You can clearly see that I had a tight fitting shirt and she's like. Oh Wow, you're really embracing this. They've texted in before. That's the one that we were like. How could somebody say that? Like what do you think like? What is like that's coming out of your mouth. Like what does that mean? It just! Sounds derogatory. You're really embracing this that see my mother in law who lives in a different state, prayed at a big family party when my husband and I were dating that he would find a new girlfriend that didn't live in Utah. She said this right in front of me and the entire family. We have been married for three years. Let's just say we don't visit her very often I. Bet that's bad. It's a good thing. There's distance. I baby. mother-in-law lived with us for three months while I worked. She reorganized Mike Closets and didn't ask. I've heard least ask people doing that where they'll re reorganize love that might go ahead, but I mean that's that's kind of. Takes nerve. Like or people reorganizing cupboards in pots and pans go. Yeah but I mean it's. Like putting several, it's one thing to reorganize its another to put stuff like I've heard of people. You know I don't like where the pots and pans are. They need to go in a different cupboard and say whoa like or just like with a closet like doing that like your in mother-in-law's going through your closet, what? Staff. And that's exactly what it is. That's probably a snoot. Sixty eight to nine four five living with the other law while our houses being built, she butts in with my three year old throws a fit saying if he was my kid, he beginning of spanking, or he'd get smacked, and then what she was also time husband that I do nothing on my breaks from work while she mops, the floor is clean bathrooms. Bathrooms on her breaks, so it's one of those I do more than your wife. mother-in-law told my husband. We need to buy her new ceiling fan. Because my kids were jumping off the couch and hanging from the chain and they broke, it turns out. She needed to turn on the switch. Not pull the chain. She never apologized for accusations accusing your kids. They probably. All right, let's get some more of those. Maybe come up in the nine o'clock hour in the ten o'clock hour, so if you want to chime in what did what did the bad mother say or do and eight two nine four five, so this is kind of cool one of our listeners Jamie. She's been friends of the show for a long time. She emails every once in a while, and she emailed just the other day and said you know what I decided this morning then I'm GonNa. Take the leap. She quit her job She said that she's had for ten years to put A. A hard focus on her passion project of Teaching Mountain biking, so she's been doing this for for a long time for years, but this is something that she's been doing on the side, and she had this primary Gig and she decided to quit. She said I don't know if you recall, but I tried to get you to go. You know when I started this in two thousand seventeen and I do remember and I. was you know 'cause I just done it like Wayne and I went up to Devali and we took a. you know a lesson with the I had fun and a lot. Lot of fun and she was like you know, and she's like I know you love the mountains, and and she's really good and I follow her and so i. see you know when she posts videos and she's really good, but you said every summer has been busier than the next. And she said I am booked out I. Know that the fulltime focus on this is what it needs, so she said I can make a difference in my life and help people improve their mountain biking skills, which is my number one passion? She said it was on a ride earlier this week, so it was I think. Think on Wednesday when she emails. She said it was like six in the morning. She was with her sister during a climb. She said I decided to do it. She said I haven't talked to anybody about this before today. It crossed my mind at never stuck. She said by eight am I set my boss a text and said. I think it's time for me to move on by nine. I told my boyfriend by ten everybody that I talked with knows. It's so cool I was so for her. I was like that is awesome so i. think that it's you know that's a thing that we. Were fortunate to do what we love to do. Total you know and I remember my dad when I was young and remember because he was in a job, mean he liked what he did, but it wasn't like his passion and I remember him saying I. Don't care if you dig ditches for living as long as you love it. He said as long as you do something. Something that makes you happy and that's one of the reasons that you know when I got this whatever and I didn't realize that my dad even planted that seed one was younger as far as his love for radio and music, but radio in general like the old time radio programs that he introduced me to as a young kid, and and that was like way in. In my psyche, six and seven years old, and then I kinda grew up. And by the time I was fourteen fifteen I knew I wanted to go into radio but I didn't know at the time. It was because of my dad but I, but I did know that growing up in Detroit seeing a lot of people kind of a shell of themselves when they would. Would come out of these factories, and they would retire, and they would just be Kinda dead inside. Yeah, yeah, dead and I remember my dad saying I don't care what it is that you do just as long as you love it, and that's kind of what this and it's exciting to. When you meet somebody or you hear these stories where somebody's like you know what? They might have like a a corporate gig or some job that pays them a lot of money, but it's not making them happy like your buddy. That does real estate in La now, right? Yeah wasn't in the record Biz he was he. You know what and he was with a great record company he used to be with interscope records in know there's a lot especially over the last ten years like how things have changed in the music industry, but there there are a great label and they were able to kind of. Stay afloat were some labels just kind of went away but he was. He was really good at it, but he just didn't. He did it for a bit. and. He decided he was like this. You know what I don't. This isn't making me happy. Because he was kind of doing a lot of traveling and it was the traveling. I think that was getting to him, and then he was going to you know. Trying to sell records and just get things played, and it just kind of took a toll on. You know he's got a great personality for, but he doesn't. Have you know what I mean? You gotTa have the heart for it. Yeah, and he decided to do real estate in La, and when that happened Oh, my gosh, it was in the worst time ever, so it was like right around two thousand eight, so everything was going down the crapper. Including real estate right home Konami everything was falling. Wasn't it just kind of living off credit cards to get by and hit by he? He was surfing like from one to the next he went through his whole 401k. And and now he is one of the top sellers I think in the country and he he's with. He's with a big guy. I want to say he's with the maybe not. He was with Saudis and he's now. He's like with another big. Agencies Yeah and you can't get up and loves sometimes you have to start for a minute, but you can't give up well and he the thing that's neat about him forgot about him, but the the fact that you brought them up as he because he's in l. a. and that's where he's from and wanted to kind of get back to that and and do something there. There and then he decided to do real estate he now because he had a report with people in the music business, he sold a lot of pro sold in bought. A lot of things for famous celebrities had some reports with over the years. That cat. That's just cash. Isn't that so much money? That's a great example, but he gave up a he gave up A. Six figure job? Yeah, he was am. They loved him. He could have been made even more money with that label because he was so people just loved them in the industry. Still he's just a good guy. I think it's sad, because it's a lot of you know I think a lot of humans would have just stayed there because it's safe, right guarantee paycheck. It's safe, but it really shows you who you are. When you you kind of like you know. Go off the ledge a little bit yeah. And like this listener. Jamie said she didn't have took that leap. so I wanted to give her a little plug here so simply m. b. m.. TB DOT COM, simply MTV dot, com, and her instagram is simply lower score MTV. If you WANNA, follow her, so she teaches. Are they teach a kids? Adults beginners to advanced riders She's a level to divide P. M. B.. I A. Instructor. And Yeah, so if you want to follow her, we'll post it. her information franken. Just dot com, so if you want to check that out, but I was awake proud of man for you as exciting following your dream following your passion, I love it, so do you have a story with that? Either you or somebody that you know took that leap. Just like Oh my gosh, I'm going to do it. And they follow their dream of their passion, and they're really happy, and it doesn't really matter what they make. Because the money will follow total, and you might not get the fact that you're you. That's the thing like what is your definition of success I mean just because you know some people are like. Oh, you're not making it doesn't matter. It's I if you're happy doing what you do. And it doesn't. It doesn't matter. You're right, and you're going to be content, and you'll make it. You know you'll be happy with what you do. Absolutely eight to nine four five, or if you WANNA, call us eight, O one, five, seven, zero, one, nine, seven one, and we'll come back and get some of those stories, and maybe some other stories as what. Ninety seven one. Frankie and just show podcast here on iheartradio. so what we through just a second ago and then we've got some other texts that will get to but this is really cool. One of our listeners and I thought I was so. I'm so happy for her because I know that it's been a passion of hers and she's kept in touch with us in emails. US and I do see her videos when she posts them she she is a mountain bike instructor and she decided to was just earlier this week like I'm going to do it. I'M GONNA. You know in. This is something that you know I've talked about like an ex of mine, so she was She owns some spas and town. And that was kind of her thing, and she was a stockbroker at the time, but then she was opening up these spas and I remember because she came from a business family, and her brother was arrested tour and said you got. You got to put it all in. To be all in it, get a risk. Yeah, you can't. You can't do this and then try to do that. You GotTa do one or the other, and if you're wanting to do this as your passion to start these spas, you've got to make the leap in and stop doing this and as soon as she did it. That's when things started. took off flourishing. Yeah, and then this is what listener. Jamie got to have this epiphany the she wanted to do it, but then it was not an epiphany, but it was that moment, and it was Wednesday morning on a bike ride, a mountain bike ride weather, sister. She's like I'm doing this I'm doing it. That's cool, so by the types of six am. When she had that conversation, she said by eight she had sent a text to her boss. Saying that you know, we need to talk and I think it's time to move on by nine. She told her significant other and then by ten. She said everybody talked with knew about it. That's how excited you know. She is, but she. She's been doing this for a bit. So it simply MT BE DOT com. We'll get it posted. Franken just dot. COM OR INSTAGRAM is simply underscore TV. If you WANNA follow her so as opposed. Sweet they teach kids. Adults beginners to advance writer. She's a level. Two certified p.. M. B. I A. Instructor and she is. She said I can help new riders feel safe and on the bike, and advanced riders improve their skills and gain speed. They have lessons and draper Utah in Ogden, so it's pretty cool. Good for you. She's a license. Be A D. A.. S. S.. No. So we wanted to know if you can relate to that as far as somebody that you just took the leap, and they're following their dream or their passion, so they might have had like this corporate job or some job. That was you know. They just seemed secure, and they wanted to take that leap, because it wasn't making him truly happy so eight to nine four five. It looks like we have a few techs. People can relate to this This unsaid have been published self published author for years. Put It on the back burner because of money, but today's my last day at my job, so I can go back to. To writing full-time, never been happier that this rate perfect timing for her, and we've had some big authors on the show over the years and one I mean is one of the biggest ones in whether you like his stuff or not Richard Paul Evans. He's a huge author lives right here in Utah, he's a great friend of the show we've had dean Koontz the show over the years. I mean just a big writers and I remember even like This guy who was a writer in Hollywood and producer Steven J. Kantle, so we had him on years ago and they've all said that like even like Mitch Albom Big Writer And they all have said the same thing because I I'll ask you know just like what's a piece of advice that you would give. To aspiring writer, and that is to basically just right. You've got to write all the time so this person here. That's doing it fulltime. In or at least taking that leap, you have to I mean and that type of industry in that type of creat- creative space. You have to do that all the time in to find that voice define whatever it is that you're wanting to say well. I mean look at Richard Paul Evans. He has a book coming. Out Do and he said that you got a right. You gotta right and just got to. Even if you don't, it doesn't sound good, and that's kind of the way to keep those juices going. Into kind of find your thing. You gotTa Keep Writing I. Love It. You just keep putting the wood on the fire. I love this one said I have wanted to be a nail tech for twenty years now that the kids are grown. I'm finally able to do it. I decided to take a leap even despite covid nineteen and I love it, husband and kids really proud of me. They're very supportive scary, but I graduate next month. That's and that's cool. And she said it's time you know and and I. Think when your dream start eating at you like you can't get away from it until. Until you fulfill that need it is. It's like a hunger you know, and it just keeps poking and poking and poking until you do it now. This one's that thanks for the topic I'm working on a business plan have a couple of potential investors for me and my exco to branch off and start our own business. I, started having panic attacks earlier this week that it wasn't GonNa Happen that it'd be stuck at my job and I really needed to hear these stories. A love it. If we get any more, we'll share them here at eight to nine four five, or if you WANNA call into the show, eight o one, five, seven, zero, one, nine, seven one. To squeeze in a couple of mother-in-law tax no. mother-in-law, say or do that a little earlier this morning at eight to nine four five. Okay, so this one's said homeowners a ton of these people. Thank you for texting. mother-in-law helped us not our apartment after we moved out afterwards. She said she needed to teach us how to properly clean a bathroom. Maybe you should've taught your son that. Earlier and trying to school me lady. mother-in-law had an affair and the married guys that Let's see who is six months younger than my husband and he wears white framed sunglasses. So, too, so it sounds like it sounds like they weren't too so. Many. Totally did with this texture say EP been with my husband for nine years. You get used to my mother in law and her comments, oh, that's another one. Okay, that's the thing. Let's see my mother-in-law's insecure about the fact that most of our children are obese. My mother-in-law started a fitness group chat to have each of us. Be held a Kennel accountable. That is to do some sort of physical activity every single day to eat healthier. My Gosh if we didn't send text every day. Saying that we worked out, she was sent a text saying we needed to work hard to me out of the group Tech. Like why don't even opt in? She doesn't like would say like. No. No I'm not going to be part of the your your mental games. Lady, no way away so bizarre. That's bad Jeez. Let's see when it first dating my husband. He was living at home with his parents is twenty two at the time and live downstairs separate part of the House one day. My name and I were sitting on the couch watching TV. My mother-in-law comes down. The stairs sat right in between us and told us that she wasn't comfortable with me. Coming over and hanging out downstairs where she can't see us, I should have ran there. They were twenty to see. Those are red flags man. You listening to the ninety seven One v HD, Frankie and just show podcast right here on iheartradio. So this is something that is pretty cool, so it's a food drive. Friday's here at the H. T.. It's the last month are the last Friday of every month. We're going to do it. You know today next month, and then August and September as well and what it is, it's a it's a virtual food and fund drive to benefit the Utah. Food Bank, because one and eight UTAHNS are at risk of missing a meal today, so that's over three hundred and seventy four thousand utahns, and what's even more chilling with this one in seven Utah. Kids are unsure where their next meal's going to come from. When you know when you put the kid thing into it I, mean you're talking about families, but you kids as well It just makes it that much more. 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Yeah, the the minimum is five bucks, but you can do. You can do any any any amount you know. After yeah I mean five dollars would help. Five, Bucks Oem, you ten, whatever it is, but in a so simple so again just go to Franken just dot com or ninety seven one dot com. So, what was it a quick birthday? Yeah, so it looks like it's Cody, so Happy Birthday Dakota so is Jeff and tyler limbs, cousin, and so me, and my heavier friends with Jeff in tyler so it looks like its cousin, cody so happy birthday code nice all right. Let's get into the bonus edition of Hollywood headlines for your Friday. This is really funny. Maybe we can get it posted. Frankie, just dot com sorry. Literally smoke comes off. No, really here, post this. This. She's the Webmaster so Chris Evans and Paul Rudd reunited. They had a video chat this week, and so they were talking about ant man three. which we're all pumped about you know Paul. Rudd is awesome. We've heard that he could be rude. From Sundance's Lisa, he definitely has a an heir to him when he's here and he doesn't like to take picks a fans that he doesn't stop for autographs, and that type of thing which sucks 'cause I I love that guy I mean pretty much everything that he's ever been in. He's Soga he's so good so funny. He's so she. Can you know and his defense? She can get a little young. Maybe. It's just like he remembers you and that's it. Man is little girl with a big attitude. We Love You Lisa. Chris Evans asked Paul what his plans were. You know he's okay, so what's up with Atman three and this and that and the other and Paul was like okay. You Know Marvel, and it's a tight lid on the public announcements, and we gotta keep it. You know tight lipped as well, and so he's like I can't tell you anything, and in so Evans backtracked and he's like Oh might as well ask you what your paychecks are. You know like it's comparable to that. And he said he goes okay. What about what? About his. It. What about his private? Okay if you tell me man. How about how much money do you make or how about your? Jeez. And you could come out of and sees ant man. That's not a good thing. Put Your own like you said man joke there. I thought it was awesome. For that video yesterday. So good and then Kelly Rowland I love this celebs do good. She donated. Excuse me, my voice is I was like today donated seventy thousand mask masks. That is to prison jail facilities in Texas and Georgia so very cool. And, then what's the mask update? Is that starting in July that? We have to start wearing in public. Did you see that yesterday? Yeah, so the governor's I think for Salt Lake, county. It looks like Summit County as well like yeah. You're supposed to wear them everywhere and I think they're calling on businesses to say. Hey, you, can you? You have the right as a business to say to deny somebody service, and if they're not wearing a mask, okay, so I think that. Yes, so I. Don't know where it's at, but that's kind of a yeah. I saw the same thing yesterday so starting in July, so that's the case is for like I. I think it was w John Avec. Who was saying that? Oh I? Take it back. No, it's this Saturday I want to say it starts tomorrow. Because W was talking about that and Yeah, even assigned. I go to TJ maxx every week. This is no surprise. I got to see what new stuff they get every every week. I know I, know I know. Jane Dot. com I don man. It's okay you got. Like bleeding over there at least. Shopping problem. Me Happy. It's usually gives her other people I just loved by it and then give it away, but anyhow Oh, yeah, TJ maxx ever since they reopened have said. Hey, you know, please wear masks. There's probably half the people there that don't still so yeah. I think starting tomorrow. You gotTa Wear Mask. Eat not an open air, not if you're walking outside or anything, but if you go into place. Let's see Demi Levato so she's going to do a four part Docu series for Youtube, so that's exciting probably on her life and her journey through sobriety, and she and her man have been quarantined together and sources are saying that they're going to get engaged. There's some really cute picks of them on the Hollywood headlines Page, so you gotta check that out let's see what else do we have? Oh, snooky, so she quit the Jersey franchise because she got three kids now in. In, her hands like hey I love you, but I need you at home, and I wanNA say snooky in her man have a podcast or their own show, or both because one of my good friends. Heather was telling me about that. She loves Snooky, BUT YEAH JERSEY. Shore family vacation got renewed so I guess maybe they'll have that without her, or she'll just make a cameo appearance. She's got her own podcast her hubby. He doesn't like to be on camera, but he's down to. Up with her. Yeah, and then I was GONNA. Ask You Kelly. Do you know She's a Tiktok star is at SIA, or. Siah. She was sixteen. She was a pretty big deal and Tiktok in. She committed suicide what? I saw that this morning I was like Oh. Because I know like when Kylie's out working, she works hard here. She goes home and she just talk. You don't stop. It's constant. It's my chill-out. Escape. Like there's a lot of funny videos on there, so you get your humor out of that. And she sends me finding what I do. Love It, you love. Your. Friends that talks her in Hell. No, it's like mid forties. Tiktok Fun for everyone, but yeah, so she ended up committing suicide. About her, but they said she was like A. You know a big deal on Tiktok native I saw like what she looked like I might be able to know who she is. She needs ecksteen from what I was reading She was pretty depressed person and having a hard time, and so people were saying that they expected it, so that was really sad, really sad. She doesn't look familiar me. Okay? And then a couple of other quick story, so Lindsay Arnold from dancing with the stars. She's so stinking cute. She is one of the dancers. Obviously, she's halfway along her pregnancy. She's having a baby girl with her. Hubby and I want to say as Lindsay from here. She the Utah Girl. She might be on. I thought she was from. Here's a lot of them that are from here. I don't know if they. Are Not very true, and then Bachelor Demi- Demi- was on the bachelor than she was on Bachelor in Paradise She sometimes she'll you know date guys? Sometimes you date girls. This last relationship was guy and they ended up breaking up because of trust issues so that you can trust him, so she dumped him. I don't trust you, lady. Lady I don't even Oreo Demi. Scandalous to me, lady, so she's once I lost my virginity on the firearm. When I was this age, so she's she's hysterical, but blaming the the guy like I don't trust them like I don't even know you. Lady and I don't trust you. You're you're on? These reality shows these bachelors and Bachelorettes and she was kind of annoying on the episode. She won't say well. She already season. I wish she couldn't, but she's on Bachelor in paradise. And that's when she came out and said that she's by us by I didn't know this. She's the same ages me. Oh Okay didn't know that was born in ninety five. Raise the. Yeah actually she's a little bit. Because you're April. Yeah, but yeah, so she She was kind of annoying on her season of no, no, but then her personality Kim. It's the way the you know having edited. Yeah, I, think so sounds like somebody that's been on the show the way they edit it now. It's probably. More of a personality like Bachelor in paradise, and then she would be on other seasons and she'd be in the van. She's like it's like. Spying on people like you don't want to be with her. I heard what she said or i. saw what you did. Yeah, she's a fun girl. And then let's see who else this is Oh okay, you've gotta know this girl. This youtuber Jenna Marbles y'all. Yeah, okay, so, what's her story? What's the scoop with her? She's been around forever seriously probably when I was in high school. Maybe but she's kind of like a comedian like She's been around for a long time, but she sent sometimes. She's super like Yeah okay I guess she's leaving Youtube, so she just said she's had a lot of negative videos videos. That weren't appropriate videos that she was trying to be funny. I think she's done. Come you know a couple of different things with black face sketches and stuff like that and then Nikki. Nikki massage and things like that and she's just I'm embarrassed I've grown. It's not appropriate done that, so yeah, she's taken a break i. don't know it sounds like it's indefinitely Yeah, that was big news to all the Tiktok in Youtubers Amac Alaska. Twenty plus million subscriber yeah. Holy Crap. She's a big deal at Kennedy Sanchez been on there for a while and then one of our Kelly's Gal, so he had a couple of girls, and they might still live there in the condo in Chicago, so he of course is locked up in these two gals still live together and I. Don't know if it's one that's in the CONDO. It's one that got away, but she. She stating that are Kelly hired somebody to kill her. Because of course, there's women that are starting to come forward. That will testify against him and he doesn't want that, so that's the latest R Kelly rumor so terrifying right, and of course you know because everybody loves her Kim Kardashian. She posted a photo this week. Ever in this body suit and her waist looks like it's ten inches I mean it is so tiny. Call that binding. Doing that, but they all do that, but not all of them, but she and some other sisters are accused of doing the binding thing right? It's a binding bodysuit and everyone's just like what is up with your waist healthy the it can't be healthy. Oh, man, that she doesn't have a great though. And her sister. chloe chloe's in the midst of potty training right now with true, because true like I don't know I think she's two and a half almost three, so they're doing the potty training. Thing wonder what's going. I don't know. She said she's doing the dangling the carrot. She's doing the you know. But how do you incentivize a Jenner crashing? Kid they? They got like a Porsche by the time. I don't know. I know I. Know girls. Usually you know the the way it goes. Is Girls Catch on quicker than the boys so hopefully? She has success earlier than we did quicker than we did. How have you guys been? Oh, wow, that's name the picture, but that is just hot. Sorry Kim's got rock and Baugh Dude look at that. Oh Man I. Have it look like that since high school. But Yeah How's potty training going? It's good, but you know the number two things, so he went on his own. What was it earlier this? Yeah all by himself in the big POTTY, and didn't want us to come in, and like I, said He. If you missed that, we were all excited and Tammy was like. Oh, my gosh, and she was excited and yelling, and then I came running up and it scared him He was like standing there like he's seen a ghost. but so yeah, that actually the because it didn't look like it was a forty year, old man had to call a plumber. It clogged up the toilet, Tammy what to flush it, and it actually backed up, and I was like. Oh, my Gosh! This is great was backed up. Yeah for like two days because he was. That's the thing he's been You know doing really well with the number one and to the point where he's going all by himself during the day and we're in the underwear during the day. Day, and but the number two thing, so he went on his own the other day, and I think yesterday. He kind of is holding it again. So you know he's having takes time a little bit, but he's almost there. I don't want to jinx it like I. said before like talking about a little earlier this week, but he's definitely he's about ninety percent there cool. It's crazy it's. Trained they keep saying that, and I was like dude. You're almost I mean you're there. Almost you gotTA. We got to work on the number two thing. because. He's excited because we're enrolling him in preschool for for fall. You know if all goes, you know if something doesn't change where we're not able to. You know because right now. We know what's it's kind. Wrap it up with Kobe. Nineteen or whatever, but right now we're we filled out the application the other day and he knows that he would be, but the thing is. He also knows that holding it throughout the day, and that's what he does, so. I mean if he goes to preschool. That's because you have to be potty trained. Yeah, but he's. He's able to go PPM zone and do all that so he, but let me tell you okay. I know but I'm trying to get them like. Hey, you gotta be fully potty. You know hopefully by then. He'll be able to do the because he can do it. Did it did it the other day one? You can train your body. It's Kinda 'cause coupes always done that to heal dot sedona shut it down and then he'll get home from school and he's racing to the bathroom and I did that, too, and then you learn from watching you. And, then you're now going now. Here I remember even like I'm going here I'm not gonna I'm like what are you doing? Year I'll just go home like you're gonNA explode from year to West, Jordan. The. What happened now? I broke my booty Mexico, whatever it says. Booty. That's funny. We've got a lot of stuff here posted at frankly just dot com so at about eight minutes. We're going to get her on. Shave filling in for the end from Humane Society of Utah for Furry Friday. It looks like we have a cute little kitty looking for forever home boo Ridley. Of the Kitty so we'll talk to her coming up. Ninety seven one. Franken, just show podcast here on iheartradio. It is ninety civil ones. Alex Number One hit music station with Frankie just night, forty two to Friday so want to say happy birthday so listener brady his his boy. Gavin turns the big fourteen tomorrow. Yeah so happy birthday going out to Gavin and say you know what thanks to We have the the best neighbors I talked about our neighbors. We're so lucky and you you having good neighbours can make or break a neighborhood. Yeah, and this is I'm glad you're saying this because I'm moving into your coldest sack. Just wanted to let you know on the air. You really are the the best but yesterday, so we were out on the driveway in, so we're talking to One of her neighbors crack next door, and you know so axles out there playing and my wife Tammy is out there, talking to Craig and I was talking to Jason our neighbor across the street. And Jason He's such a cool dude, so he he rides motocross with his His sons in you know so. He writes the dirt bikes and everything. He's a bad ass he is. He's a total at us. So as we're, and he knows that I've got my enduro and he knows that I wrote it for a bit, and then I haven't ridden since axles, but around. Around. You gotta fix it right Yeah, I got it start, so my buddy Darren got it started because he was looking to buy a little bit ago, so he got it started in then. I missed the window again. So there's probably some like Jason said some bad gas in there, so jason was so cool last night, so he was like you know what he said. I I'm pretty sure I can help get this fixed. You know so he? He's let me go up to this and he's there with his grandson Jay and he's got. Let me just go up to the store this on thirty third. It's like an auto parts store. I'm going to get this stuff. That's fuel injector cleaner can't remember the name of it because I try putting some of the heat stuff in there and tried it on my own. He said no, we. We need to drain the gas. I'm GONNA put some stuff in there that. Yes some cleaner gas and he said we'll do that with this stuff in there. We almost got it start last night, but he was so cool like you know he gets back. Text me and say hey, you WanNa do this because I thought well. Maybe we're going to do today so i. went out there. We'd like drain the gas from this thing which I didn't even know how to do like as far as like a little valve that you can, and then just literally just kind drained it into some some buckets little. You know kind of little plastic things that. We did that. He put new gas in and then I haven't gotten. It's almost. It's. Closer to being taken to kick it over than it ever has. In the last few months but yeah, so he was just nice enough to go up and grabbing 'cause I. Let let me give you some money for he's like Frankie. Just let me do this. Just let me do something. Nice and it was like I appreciate that. They're? They're awesome. I just want to say thanks to Jason so I'm hoping like when I get home today. I'M GONNA. Try to you know he's just let it work through and I'LL BET it'll kick over there. You'RE GONNA end up SONESTA. Because then he's like. Yeah, I want you to go he goes. We'll go up this one trail of big cottonwood. I'm like I. Think like I think I might have written that before on this and he's. He's wanting to go out and I'm like I think maybe I. Can I've got all got all the gear and said you know we'll take it easy because he knows that I'm not like trying to prove anything to anybody. Because I haven't I don't have the experience man I only wrote it. I literally learned at the beginning of one summer, and then that talent of the summer was it. Buddy Tommy, sold his, and it was like well. That's great. You're the one that talked me into this. He does that a lot. And then you sold your stuff, and then like I'm just Sol. So anyway just want to say thanks to Jason. Great Neighbors Man. You've been listening to the ninety seven one. Frankie and just show podcast right here on iheartradio. K It's time for furry Friday. Very is brought to you by an West veterinary specialists in Layton, and then we've got free friends pet grooming so furry friends LLC dot com they do dogs and cats. So, we had my Ma her new adopted kitty, misty. was very sweet. We were over there yesterday. Sweetest sweetest cat, but we had her. Some of the nuts taken out over furry for friends, and they just kind of comb, some of mountain and they had to come shea one of them. That's cool, because a lot of listeners have been asking and friends and stuff on facebook. Where do I take my cats and my dogs so right there and I think either or really soon they're going to have their mobile where they're able to come to you. That's cool, so it's now. It's going to be really soon. If it's you'll like maybe the first part of July or something like that. We've got shea on the line here from Humane Society of Utah for Dan how you doing. Hi How are you doing great? So speaking of kitties? We have A cat that's model. One of the cats mottos is leave no snack uneaten. This is a big kitty that's looking for a home I kind of get. So his name is Blue Ridley right. for sure yeah, he's. He's pretty overweight He's a big white cat, and he has brownish bothell over, so it definitely makes him look like a small cow. She's very nice beginning. Knows, he's big. Very charming, and he has a really big spot on his kind of looks like a potato. Cat A weight management kind of thing right now as far as the diago personal. He's on a special food, right? Lower Calorie Food and we let him roam the hallways, so he gets more exercise and he's in the room with two other cats. and. They're all the same food. It makes it simple and They can help motivate each other's way lyrics whatever we're breaking out of here. We're not breaking on it anywhere. CAST. A cute cat so busy four just over fourteen pounds. AROUND THERE YEAH! Exactly, that's a pretty good size cat. Way. Cats around seven eight pound nine years. Even ten, what would become like on the you know like a bigger cat, but when you're looking at fourteen, that's a pretty good sized cat. Definitely, not our fattest cats. are a little bigger than he is. Mall for that room. Funny, that's awesome. All, right so this is a because. He's eleven. So this is a name, your own price right as far as the adoption Figo's yet you just get to choose what you'd like to donate. Tortoise care because she's got a good eleven years of life experience, ve very confident. I love it I love, and he's good at this is what's interesting about. This is like bigger cats and I've seen like my mom and dad used to have a cat named sneakers and unfortunately. Passed away, but this cat could jump in the same thing with boo Boo Ridley, can he? He can jump fine right. Yeah, he it it. It doesn't down at all. It's nothing. Loosely, and it's amazing great. Ridley all right so June is adopted shelter cap month, and you guys actually have a lot of cats. What is it about eighty five cats right now? That are in the shelter. Yeah, yeah, we're full. We're full of CAT, so if if people are thinking about adopting a cat right now, come on down. Well, you can make an appointment for. People don't seem to be making appointments to to adopt cats. It's more of the dog thinks so. Let's try to push that and you know if you're thinking about adding family, a furry family member to the to the family, you know they think about cats are great man, certainly, if you're. If you're. If you work a lot or whatever cats are, so cats don't really need you. Other than just changing the litter, putting the food out, you know they're very independent. Is My point yeah? Maintenance pets especially compared to a dog. You only have ten dogs in the eighty five cats. There's definitely more dog owners out there. Then cat owners in the US at least and our dog. Adoptions are always up over. Cats but right now we only have a few dogs so. Definitely, think about getting the kitty looking into boo, Ridley, or any of the other cat, so we've got it posted at Frankie. INGEST DOT COM, so have a great weekend Shea, and thanks for taking time out and going on the air with us, we share. Thank you so much. To. Ninety seven one ht's Frankie and just show podcast here on iheartradio. D- plays with. With the cowboys now I think he does, and the funny thing is. He used to play with the bears. You've got to see this video. It's under the Franken just page, so this was caught. Somebody's security footage or whatever like you know outside of a store stews riding his scooter, so let's just let's see here wounded. Go check it out. We're GONNA watch this. I don't think you've seen it I. think There's audio that comes along with it to. A music bed garage just play. It just looks like a little street where you know like a shopping kind of I understand outdoor shopping. Mall and there's no music or anything. Okay. I'll just watch accused. Mama Bear. Cub. K and then watch. This. Dude Dr. we go on scooters. Coming into this. Show sees the bear in the look at that. So he plays with the cowboys. And used to play for the bear, so insert your joke here. It's the cowboys versus the bears, and the bears one in this one. If you WANNA, watch this video. It's a great I mean. His reaction is priceless. And quick I mean. He got rid of that scooter and ran the other way I because they were kind of behind the BMW. Really see them, and it's a mom and her cub, and they're just walking through, and it looks like this. I don't know where this says. It's somewhere in Dallas. Where is somewhere outside? But sounds wide. In Dallas or not, but it's just like some kind of a mall. It looks like maybe like a gateway kind of a mall. Look that and. That and Craze is crazy and there's wonder. Oh well. There looks like a car. It looks like a driveway. The products here in stuff. I don't know it looks aside of his house could be I i. don't know where it is not sure where it is, but he posted it so maybe it is his own house or whatever you want WanNa see it. It's a trip and I sent this other video that Listener Jesse tag me right after I had seen it it's it's crazy footage and it's out of British Columbia, so did you get the video? So it's the were the the kayakers they have grizzly coming at them in the water elegant posted a little bit, and that's one that as Coming in the water, you said there, kayaking and this grisly bear is coming at them in the water. No way so we'll get that. One posted a frankie unjust dot com. If you WANNA, see yeah, there's a couple of unnerving videos that. Is it. That, one right there charges. It was basically just a charge. It looks like a bluff charge, but I can't imagine being in the Kayak going. Are you kidding? Do we go? Breaking just DOT COM mother-in-law text, we'll get to some of those coming up in just a few minutes here, so we want to know what the bad mother-in-law say or do at eight to nine four five, and then something that we wanna throw it we. We've done this one in the past, but do you have a story of somebody? Either that's notorious for the gift with the strings attached, or maybe you just have like a story with somebody. Where was the they gave you something? And of course there were strings attached to it, and he two nine four five, so we'll get to those texts at the bottom of the hour. Ninety seven one. Frankie and just show podcast here on iheartradio. Ten fourteen ninety one HD Salt Lake's number one hit music station with Frankie. Just my new band is has haven. Yeah, yeah, we're GONNA. Be Playing Solitaire a week from tonight. Actually no, it's a listener Hannah and her daughter Haven. It's her. What fourteenth birthday today yeah, so haven has been listening since haven was in the womb, so she's fourteen today, and then I guess it's I WANNA say her great aunt Cheryl's birthday today, and they GRANDPA Brooks. They all share the same birthday, and that's head owes bio family and. Found them and found out that they have the same birthdays. Haven while will right happy birthday. Everybody all right, so we've got some of these these texts from a little earlier in the show this morning. We wanted to know what the bad mother-in-law do. Eight, two, nine, four five, because we had a text that came in yesterday, and we didn't have Tony Donald talking pictures on the show this morning, for Friday because he is I believe he's. He's going off to Vegas this weekend to see some family. Maybe just have a little Tony disgruntled time, but he did post this morning. that he's talking to Cole Hauser and Kelly Reilly from yellowstone so I think it's either this morning or sometime today, so be looking for that if you follow. Tony Toscano there from yellowstone and look for Erica from the whole zoo on this first episode of season three of yellowstone. She's on their alive reporter. Awesome totally caught us off guard when we were watching it on Sunday or Monday night when we watched it we were like. Oh, my gosh, it's Erica and she didn't tell us and she filmed like a year ago and so she's like. My friends are talking about it just like. Oh, he goes supportive of my yeah, would you tell us? Shot at July third of last year, and she just that's, but that's who she is. She's very humble doesn't like to, and it's like. Oh, my Gosh, who would've totally like? Said Hey, watch this for, but we're still giving her some love because we're so proud of you. She did such a great job with But yeah. Let's get to some other law tax from a little earlier because we had a text come in yesterday. That was the point with Donald thing, so we figured we'd throw it out instead of. Of since we weren't talking to Tony What are the bad mother-in-law say or do? At eight to nine four five mother-in-law told me that my husband her son. will like my body so much more once they have babies. Because then I'll have curves news. I'm naturally tall, not curvy and I wanted to say not that it's any of your business, but my husband's just fine with my body I'm lucky enough to hear comments like this all the time from her so it wasn't just a one time deal. This text eight nine for five mother-in-law posted that it was the best of her life when my brother-in-law proposed to his girlfriend recently, when my husband and I have been married for five years, and nothing was ever said about the wedding proposal Ooh so that she obviously likes the new soon to be daughter-in-law more. Oh, that's GONNA. Create lots of tension This one, said mother-in-law. Where do I start so excited that my husband and I reached ten years I was telling her outside today was, and she said well I guess we'll see. Make it the next ten. We've been married fifteen now since she said that. One now I'm a stay with them just despite you writing. No matter how bad I know I'm going to stay with rose despite your. Mother Law makes the biggest. What is obscene biggest seen when we take her out to eat? No matter what she's got a problem. She complaints every time Oh. You know what my grandma's like that I love her, but man I'm like. Please don't associate her with our table you're going to. Vote in that, you just said every time you go, I wouldn't go out to eat with. No I wouldn't go out to you with them and I know that's probably something that's GonNa be rifts in the then you know what I take out. Yeah, we're not going to you with. A backyard, barbecue or something. let's see looks are really important to my mother-in-law. I was nine months pregnant and July so swollen retaining water. Oh God, bless you. I feel She looked up at me and she looked me up and down and just said you're looking really fat ooh. I turned around and just laughed. Can you believe that you could have come in with uncomfortable? What. You're looking really uncomfortable you. Say the halo nine months pregnant July hot. Is there something I can do? You chose fat. I can't even I just can't even go. There I'm surprised. Shit slapper, those hormones and ready to give birth, and you're like. What did you say? What'd you do me, ex- mother-in-law spent three years telling everyone. Our daughter wasn't even his DNA I took the test just to shut her up and my doubt that he told her that I was the one cheating boy and she wasn't a. let's see what I. Daughter in the hospital, working together to latch on to breastfeed, my mother-in-law put her face right next to my new baby's face and kept saying come on John Come on. That's to. GET, out. That was trying to help us. Move you missed the tax. No this really oh my gosh! That's hilarious Oh eight nine five. If you want to chime into the show at the bottom of the hour, getting any of these texts will share, and we want to know If you've ever gotten a gift with strings attached to it, or maybe there's somebody in your life. That's known for the so you've had several of these. You know you know when it's a gift. There's going to be something attached to it and to ninety five inspires strings go. You've been listening to the ninety seven one HD Frankin. Just show podcast here on iheartradio. Ten Twenty, two, Ninety, seven, one zero t solids number, one hit music station with Frankie ingests so want to say happy anniversary, listening to Michelle and her husband Marcus at five years today. By scenarios eating trail mix. Five Years Happy Happy Fifth year anniversary. Tomorrow at ten o'clock WanNa remind you about this e Hashtag. Stay home. Look up as Taylorsville bluff. Dale and Midvale, you get a thirty minute fireworks. Extravaganza! That's tomorrow night. You can listen to music for the fireworks. Ninety four point one Cayote, Jay or on the iheartradio APP, but it's it's basically. It's a firework show as a thank you to those who are keeping our community going through covid nineteen through the pandemic so just everybody out there and congratulating the class of twenty twenty. This is your year. They least you know what it's sucks, but this is history man your big time you are. This is like this will be no like no other graduation year. I mean nobody else will have a story like. Like what you have, your resumes totally different. You are resilient, so the fireworks show tomorrow again. It's ten o'clock. Just look up, so it's the people in the Taylorsville bluff. Dale and Midvale you'll be able to see and be cool thirty minutes, so it's a excited about that. When we come back here so I don't know if we have any of these standby we'll. We'll get to them and some other things as well but. But we want to know you have somebody in your life. That's notorious for giving you a gift, but they're strings attached to it, or maybe you've gotten one of these in your life that you there was you got this gift and it's like Oh. That's why you gave me the gift because you really wanted this out of it so eight, two, nine, four five, or you can call us at eight o one, five, seven one. One, nine, seven, one I think we have some more mother-in-law texts that we'll get to as well. Oh, yeah, and maybe even some some some knowing food habits from your spouse from yesterday, so these were on our facebook instagram instagram so from yesterday show because a lot of people had fun with that. We had a lot. I didn't think we'd hit a nerve like we did yesterday with some share some of those plethora. Ninety seven one. Frankin just show podcast here on iheartradio. Before we get into some of the texts coming into the show. Hear stories about some of the topics that we've thrown out I sent this over to Kylie. So if you get a chance in the show, Biz kids. Posted, okay, so this is a documentary on HBO and has to do with childhood stars. So it's Alex winter who is one half of bill and Ted. He apparently I guess started acting on Broadway when he was ten years old, so he's you know he no. This, this is his life. He knows about you know being a childhood star. He was lost boys and a bunch of other movies in the eighties, but you know you know him as the other half of bill and Ted. From Bill and Ted's. Adventurous the Blonde Guy Man Yeah, so he did this and I'm GonNa. Play a little audio from just about a minute, so there are people like Evan. Rachel Wood in this. Will Wheaton Henry Thomas. That's Elliot from et Oh. Yeah, Milla Jovovich is in this the Lake Camera Boyce Todd Bridges who was Willis? So, he speed speaking out in this Jada Pinkett Smith. So was she a childhood star? She was young, but I mean. I didn't really must've child she had to yeah. She must have been, and then there's a couple of kids that they feature in. This one is like a kid from Florida. who moved to L. A. With his mom for pilots season you know to. To try to get on, but it's really I'm Gonna I'm gonNA play this I mean for people that are out there. That are trying to push their kids to be actors or get into the business. This is really a minutes again about a minute of audio, but if you WANNA, Watch this trailer and it's going to premiere on HBO. It's called Showbiz kits and. That was taking dance classes i. was the only kid who seemed interested at all I thought I could do this. I can do this acting thing nice to work. The live on the child is not my life. I was really a little girl that wanted to play with dolls. We're doing the best we can do on the set, but we also half live in public. In felt very out of control to have everybody know my name and I didn't feel like I could trust anybody. My parents tried to protect me from these dangerous, but I knew that there were times when they weren't going to be able to protect me any industry. That has that much power in his that competitive to become a who can take the most abuse. It's something that parents need to see and understand that these people right there. People are coming out and talking about things that they. They have experienced so that young women and young boys who are coming up in the game can have more awareness mark head expressed interest that he wanted to be an actor. This year. We've had to go into savings. We've all sacrifice, so she could do what she loves. DOT changed the entire fabric of my family and the way that we work as a unit. You look at all of the ways that it takes a kid out of their world lot of pressure to have it all together. And not be allowed to actually beyond. You gotTa Watch the trailer and I can't wait to see. This was premier guests July fourteenth nine o'clock Hbo Crazy Show Biz Kids when you think about it. I mean you're just setting yourself up. You know you're sending your child up to be used. They get used and they're like. Oh, they're starting to go through puberty. We don't need them anymore. Voices changing other getting Harry. We can't have them for this role I mean they're using your child. They're squeezing the juice out of your kid used in potentially abused. Yeah, we talk about like with this industry and like the one clip from the Childhood Star, saying that they couldn't protect me every moment, and of course you can't protect your kids at every moment, but you're just up in the chances of something you know in that industry pushing him to be an actor or Or an actress or now, that's not good that that whole industry pretty evil man. No thanks. You know I'm so glad that somebody did this and Alex winner, so he's somebody that can speak you know and the place where he was again ten years old. He's on Broadway, and he's a great, and he seems to be out of the childhood. Stars like somebody that's pretty grounded. You know and not like a complete disaster of some of these people that you know in some of the sad stories, satis stories are the ones who committed suicide or drugs in and out of. Jail exactly and it's just like. Oh, my gosh, so that again July fourteenth going to premiere on HBO. Show his kids and we've got the trailer posted a Franken just dot com. If you want to check it out, all right so a couple of things that we were talking about this morning or a little earlier now the one that we just threw out. Is this topic here and it came from the mother-in-law topic because there's this story about this mother-in-law from you know wear so she has I think. Think. It's her son and son's daughter, so they were pregnant with the baby, and she insisted on giving these lavish expensive gifts to them for the baby, and they tried to refuse the gifts and we don't. We don't want these so that. She pushed these gifts on them. And then it comes around, and this is where I guess this woman to the woman took to read it to talk about the mother-in-law. So around tax time you know. which was July fifteenth? So. They're getting a big chunk back a return. The MOM wanted them to pay her for the gifts that she got them for the baby. Not. Just. So in reading some of the comments, one of the people said be wary of small gifts, even favors, and that made me think of the you know gifts with strings attached topic. We haven't done it in a while, so we threw it out. Like who do you know that either is notorious for this giving you a gift and there's always something attached to it. They want something in return you've had. Had One of these experiences in your life with a gift with strings attached to. It looks like we have a text at eight, hundred four five. That's one is like money one, so my dad at one time gave me some money to help me through a tough time at the time. He said there's no strings attached. I was totally shocked. Fast forward to my birthday, said the money he gave me. My birthday in Christmas. That was low these that was low. That's great. All right and then we have some other leftover mother-in-law tax. What did the what did the bad mother-in-law say or do and eight to nine four five mother lot hold the granddaughter that she was the favorite grandma in front of the other grandma. That's legit. We gotta throughout. Grandma wars. Lots of grannies in their forties, sixties, seventies and eighties, and all that, but there's a lot of granny wars Erica from the Hogle Zoo and I were talking about this because we're going to do an arranged marriage with her daughter Victoria. And and they're both only children right and she's like. Yeah, we wouldn't have the grandma wars. My good call because there are there's grandma's that compete. They compete for time. They compete with like the gifts and all that. Granny Wars I love that so that's that's a good topic. I don't think we've ever done that one. You know. What if we did it? Maybe it was years ago. I was really young with you when we did that. I remember that because it was the competitiveness of the Graham. Competitive Grandma. Don't forget because if we don't write it down within three minutes, it'd be like what was the topic. Competitive Grandma's. We have some other mother-in-law techs. Let's do this when four five. My first baby motherland tried to come in when I was delivering the Child My nurse knew that she was not allowed, so she took her and kicked her out for me. told her she call security. She didn't leave and and she didn't care. It was her first grandchild, and she was not wanted, but I loved and appreciated that nurse to this day for getting her out of the room because she was bargin wouldn't take no for an answer. The nurse New Jujitsu. Orissa's arisen. Grandma down on, the ground. Oh, man all right so if you want to chime in to the show for anything eight to nine four five. You can do that this morning here. You've been listening to the ninety seven one. Frankie and just show podcast right here on iheartradio. Okay before we get into some of the last minute texts that came into the show for a couple of topics him one that we did yesterday. There's I wanted to hit those quick because it was a fun topic yesterday in the ten o'clock hour. We're talking about a knowing eating habits that your spouse might have maybe something something that they do as far as eating like the way. Way they eat or the way they prepare food so those are coming up, but I wanted to hit this because you've mentioned it yesterday, I didn't hear anything of it until we printed it out and read the story and it's very sad. This is a just a freak thing, but I mean accidents can happen. especially I guess there's more these accidents as far as accidents involving hammocks. But this one is just a freak thing that happened, but as far as people, not anchoring properly or to whatever they're saying like you know, make sure that it's. Two trees healthy trees that you're not too far up off the ground and this is a story about two girls, Fourteen and twelve. They're sisters in Ohio. They were in the backyard and they were both. It sounds like on this hammock and. It sounds like the pillar that it was attached to her. One of the pillars came down. Literally on the two girls, so the story that was reading, and it was the piece from inside edition, and they were talking about the one of the younger sisters called nine, one one and was frantic, because the parents were trying to get this pillar. Off these girls and she's freaking out saying you know we need help. We need help. This is really bad and the two girls pass away. Oh my gosh horrific, and just like a freak thing and then you brought up A. Friend of the show years ago. Re Cowan used to be with ABC Four. and. He lost his little boy. Swing set twists it around in just during strangling him. So Sad, that was so sad. Oh my Gosh! Devastating! Yeah, and then yeah, so just speaking a as we're getting into summer. I mean some of the things that just kind of be aware of that like with the Hammocks statement that because I. Don't have a whole lot of experience I mean I've got a camping hammock. That you know in have used it. You know while camping in. The cabin, but but they're saying one of the things that make sure you don't because a lot of the injuries come from people putting the hammock up to high, and then you fall, and then you know either falling on something, or if you think about it, and you're wanting to be high up off the ground. They're saying. Don't put it up that high, so if you do come out of that, you're not gonNA because. Because that's where most of the injuries come from. But this was a freak accident with the pillar, coming down crushing these two girls well like you said a summer, so hammocks and swing sets, and then pools, watching kids around water know I just saw something. It literally just came across right now on. AOL and it was family members that had drown because they didn't know how to swim and they were cooling off and. Any Age Riddick. all right, so couple of so we'll get to the mother-in-law tax because we through that a little earlier would at the bad mother-in-law. At Eight, hundred, four, five in the, we'll get some of the eating, annoying eating, habit texts, and then we'll turn things over to Jeff McCartney. This one said mother-in-law always tells us a stupid. We are for spending money on our house to upgrade it. It's our money, so I don't know how she feels like she can share her opinion. She hasn't worked a real job in years and I'm sorry, but I work fulltime and I work hard for my money and I'm going to do what I want with it like. Hello, hello, it's called Equity Sweat. Equity in. You got to look with maybe a softer or maybe not just like what you text us. Tell her that man. Yeah, shut her down. Yeah, you're like! Hey, thanks for coming goodbye. I mean. Push her out. She says it's stuff like this a lot Yeah, you got to. You got a pretty good threshold as far as you know holding back. Because I don't know if I would yeah. Let's call picking your battles. That would. Pick and you're picking and you're picking at me, This is a listener, Kate, let's see my mother-in-law blamed me for the premature birth and passing of our first Dr Daughter Oh. Boy, he's now my ex- mother-in-law, so they ended up getting divorced. She's like I'm not putting up with this girl. For the rest of my life, another listener said my mother-in-law when I got pregnant, said how dare you get in my son's pants and told me that I was easy. No joke. Listener Dawn. Malaria Gosh. You. Guys these tax with the best. Instagram life yesterday. Hey, from instagram, man It was the one about. Does your significant other make food in a really weird way? And so someone said Their husband hates how she eats, because she eats chips and popcorn one at a time, so one colonel, time or one chip at a time ship packets even yeah, the chips are. The popcorn's. Take you forever to finish the budget. that he doesn't appeal his fruit when he makes smoothies just to see what's going to happen when he does. So he puts like yeah. that. Yeah! Banana skins depends on the fruit also that toll-free. Jeff McCartney's code him next week.

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72: Trixie Mattel & David Silver!

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72: Trixie Mattel & David Silver!

"Hey everyone before we get into my revealing discussion with the two lovebirds behind the fabulous documentary moving parts. I'd like to ask you head on over to patriots dot com slash creggan friends and check out the reward years and see which one is right for you. There's hours and hours and hours of exclusive full length shows awaiting you hot dot. It closed for five bucks a month. You get the bonus episodes for seven you get the bonus episodes and the listener questions episodes and for ten dollars a month for ten bucks you get all all of those plus movie club. That's right movie club for less than the price of a cocktail. You get a steady stream of content and support this show at the same time when when you join the entire swollen archive is immediately yours to enjoy already waiting for you. There are hot episodes with trixie. Luganda Willem Miss Jasmine Masters. Here's Caccia Cherry. And Sophie Devon Green Ms Cracker and more coming soon to movie club to episodes with Peaches Christ to William and one with Alaska not to mention the upcoming listener questions episodes with Miss Fame Sophie Anderson a bonus with horror and so very much more now that we've we've got that covered. Let's get into this show in house. which is he's wins at all? It's sure place close to the same rock musicals. It seems shock treatment. Tommy all my God. It doesn't get much better than Tina Turner and that will be no Tina Turner. The acid queen is one of the greatest scenes of all especially that shot at the end. where she she's like her teeth around laying yeah? Tina Turner is incredible and that he's so beautiful. Oh my gosh. She's stunning in it. Yeah an an Margaret in that white outfit as well before the beans shoots so beautiful. Incredible Ken Russell such an amazing director when they go to that church. And it's the Maryland Arlen Real Church with Eric. Clapton is very drunk at shock-treatment it's pretty far up. There are that is some of the best music and I think looking for next year when we can lock down a date with Jessica Harper Circle and actually do this shock treatment. Movie Club met her. Oh Yeah Yeah Yeah. Yeah because you told me how much you enjoyed the episode. I can't believe that I I such an icon. Oh she was amazing and she was so fun and then she offered to come back and do the shock-treatment movie club and I had hit the shock. Movie poster didn't want to scare her and then once I realized realized it wasn't GonNa scare her. I showed her the seven inch in the cassette and like all the V. H. S. and everything that is so cool because over on the bar there next to the shock driven. VHS Chessen seven inch. There's this book and I thought I just hope she doesn't look around to carefully because she might get a little cheesy it afterwards. Yes afterwards yes yes because we were talking about the new beverly and she was like. Oh yeah I'd like to do something with them some day and I was like I'm sure they'd be happy to do a citizens spurious screening. That'd be wild. What about a double feature of superior shot treatment? No US so good. So let's get into your intro. Hi Brad just came to tell you how fabulous I I am dear listeners. On this episode. We take a peek behind the modesty curtain on a powerful creative and personal partnership that together brought us moving parts the feel good holiday smash of the decade film. That's out now an all worthwhile platforms and Phil about the wild ride. A children's entertainer takes after for discovering the power of the Lord and the process of moving the contents of a well-stocked automotive garage. Please join me in getting a war while how welcome David Silver and Trixie. Oh thank you so much for joining me. Thank you for having us. Hey It's my pleasure. I just re watched the film again last night and man the knee slapping laughs that during that I fifteen minutes. Yeah Yeah Laugh Riot. How many times have you seen it twice? Okay and you saw it at the pre one of the premier's that's right yet. Out Fest outdoor showing at the outdoor showing. Yeah we had the attack of the bugs tech by mouth nine hundred people from flu at me and I was like I'm fucking Outta here and then your shoe got caught in stage. Aw For all those nine hundred people in the one who has a spotlight on them gets the fly attack. Yeah I thought that was cruel. It was really cool. It was really fun though. I remember that that helicopter applying biology. Yeah that's right. They suspect suspicious activity. Yes and they wanted to know what was happening. Yeah King Kong. I probably looked like a Diorama. Ah Dolly PARTON AT THE BOWL okay. That's actually what was flashing me back because I saw Dolly at the ball a year or two before that same show okay. That was a good one. Yeah the whole time when during gaggy sacks that set with such Donnelly Fred the whole time. Had you seen Dolly before that never. Oh this is really major moment. Yeah just occurred to me that like. Oh we're going to see part and whatever whatever we have tickets and then I got there and saw the person who was like. That's the real person. Sometimes right I I was just like that is the same person from the eighties. Ninety Sixty Seventies. That's same body. That's what's weird to think. It is kind of strange to think that isn't it because especially especially when she doesn't look the same over time it really seems like it could be another person. Imagine if there was like three dollars. It's like Sharon old Sharon and Sharon. Now those are like two who different people they do actually yeah down or needles needles other stone or needles this great title for something or game. Let's play stone or needles. We actually play that game and have much trivia questions about certain aspects of the career stone needles. There'd be a lot of interest in crossover I think so David you executive producer and produce the film. Yes yes I did. And when did that process start. It started in in towards the end of two thousand seventeen. I think 'cause you'd met already yes. We were already yes we had met and I think it started kind of as a joke when the Gaga Gaga documentary came out assure he made a joke about doing a documentary called six foot two which I still think the working name until the tone of the film ended up being a like a little more sincere sure one then we kind of laughed about that and then he was like no seriously. I want to do a documentary. Call six two and then months pass than months past. And then I think I was in San Francisco for the tricks in conscious high school reunion with pizzas cries and they were doing their meet and greet and I was kind of off to the side hanging out with his manager and we had never really made manager talked for a long period of time and I was like I was a filmmaker and then she was like Oh. You should do the documentary Henry and I was like yeah that that's an interesting idea but I was worried. It might interfere with our relationship. Sure so I had that conversation with Diana and then about a month later we were a-coming date night and it was the end of December. Two thousand eighteen was about to begin. You're about to fly to New York to record one stone and you're like I. I really wanted to do this. And now it's Kinda too late And I was like well. If you really WanNa do this I can make it happen. And six days later we were in New York filming. Yeah Really Lake Fast Well that's that's the producer. Yeah Magic Yeah and how did you put the crew together. Because it's one main. It was really just me and Nick Saigo ins the director our Following tricks around for nine months with a camera. Nick was my freshman year roommate at NYU. lived in New York. We were GONNA have to start. New York Guide. Knew he was already there. We'd kind of been texting. And he was like looking for something to kind of you know to do that. He could really Dig his feet into you and I to yeah and then when you dig your feet thing too yeah I really don't anyway I texted him after that that dinner and I was like I have this. Do you want to make this moment to me. I'll producer you can direct it. Ah Later we were in the studio filming. Nick has a lot of television production credits and has a lot of financial security around his television Gig. So let's just say that this wasn't like cash. Grab for him. I think he was looking for something he inspired by and he really took the idea quickly. Because he's not immersed in the drag world uh-huh he was a really good person to direct because he didn't take any information for granted road. Sometimes people forget that a lot of stuff is kind of inside baseball. It needs a little bit of explaining Yes I think he kind of had to like look at the whole scope and figure out what he was going to talk about and yeah collected information for a long time before he decided really what it was gonna be about was shooting all the time was shooting in little spurts. We have over one hundred hours of footage that we collected over nine nine months and it was kind of based on the events in the schedule of what was going on. At the time I was touring Salt Lake. They could do all sixty cities away American tort because it got really redundant yes sure I mean the be strange if they filmed every single. Show right. There's only kind of picked and choose the best moments I think we were in the city the whole time for one stone John so much that first week we have so much footage And we got a little bit more particular about Oh When we picked up the camera nick would just be like? What are you doing tomorrow on? You would come to my house like eight in the morning or whatever and put my phone on me and he would have he would follow me all the time in but maybe not film all the time so he was still with me everywhere with his camera. Just wasn't always on okay. Sure but then it's something started to kick off. Maybe he would you go back or or he would you you know just even he turned it on but and also just the the you know the production side of getting permission and being allowed to film certain places and the the scheduling and the traveling. I mean he came to Europe for the moving parts tour I think for half of the tour we were on the first three weeks of the. US moving parts tour. I believe not the all sixty days obviously so Plus drag contracts ECOTOPIA making the record winning drag race Mike Cosmetics campaign shoot really everywhere. Yeah that's part of why we wanted to film so badly was because it wasn't even my idea. It was kind of like Dana in David's both idea it was just a time. We're like so much this is going to happen. So much of it is things that no one's ever done for drag Queens so at the base level really good to have a record of and then given given the events that transpired there really. None of us are coming. It ended up having a lot more depth than being about more than just like wigs. In sequin fabric. Yeah it definitely becomes about friendship and also of our friendship that's right. That's the new poster line. Yeah but I didn't know what it was going to be about to. To be honest I let David and Nick Do. I'm assuming crack some of Nick do their thing. They had conversations about the movie about me with the room which probably good yet? I never told them to turn the camera off. I never asked them what was becoming important. Sure yes let them do their thing. 'cause I don't know anything about movies that's the best way to go into it. Though is the subject right because if someone is a little too finicky about when people can have the camera on and off you not really GonNa get an authentic document. Oh believe me. There's plenty of times where I wanted to. My instinct was tasked him to turn the camera off. But I never did give me a couple of moments like show. There was a part in the movie where I had a bad show and I remember going back to the dressing room and just feeling so over it because I did a bad job in my show. This is where you blank out on the lyrics yeah like had some blank spots that night and also just I just was off my comedy a little bit that in you know. I don't really feel like discussing it. I don't really feel like a camera looking at me after a bad trail. Sure the day that the trixie and Caccia Show Imploded Yeah we had to halt production. Nick was there with the camera just to get fun. Beef Footage Java's during the Trixie and Caccia Show and there was fun stuff too. There was fun stuff but they just came that day to get you know lighthearted be footage of a day of me and the job so they weren't even covering the entire production of the show. This was just a happenstance that the cameras were there. I mean we knew the cameras are going to be there every day. Yeah I had it cleared with cleared it with wow and and Caccia and with Vice land everybody knew. 'cause set like that where there's already like ten cameras check one more who cares yeah. Exactly you're on so yeah so we didn't know that that day was going to go south and we didn't know that those events were going to have such a butterfly effect effect on the next six months in about that day. How long into the day did things start to go that way? I don't even remember. We were there for two days a day and a half I guess gas and the first day was rough and we've wrapped early that day to like it was not happening lost like I said we only shoot so much. I think we had left so that by the end the day and came back and picked you up and then we went back the next day and they had locked the dressing room and so we were in that room. You guys. We're just talking and that's where you're kind of talking about your different styles of comedy. Oh yeah the dressing was locked. Yeah for hours and hours you guys can get ready and It was just kind of spiraled from there the day as we see in the film goes quite wrong. Yeah and it's really harrowing to watch even having known what happens. You know having Brian Tell me very very very clearly a couple times but that day when you first start in the show Watching it was really a shocking and then the after effect of it as well and one of my favorite moments in the movie maybe my favorite is the moment where you say. They're not gonNA WANNA see me without her because it's so stunning to see because at that point point you're already you know Trixie mattel known you know. I'm part of the movie. But that's like my least favorite part. You know what though I think it's probably one of the most helpful parts parts to anyone who's not not worrying about whether or not they're going to be successful without Kacha. She worries about that actually. Yeah she wrote me a letter the other day. A handwritten letter. Yeah I mean not to hit the nail on the head I mean but when you watch the trailer which is out now you can see it on my youtube channel the movie you can actually see that and then when you come to me at the club you can cite one from the trailer and act like you saw 'em really moving just say that parts were moving. There's a part where just go you know like nobody's GonNa see me without her. And on one hand grossed out. Because I'm like that so like self serving in that moment where about Harvey is going to affect you. But then I'm also like well maybe like maybe other people in that situation Tim would also have a selfish dot net moment. Maybe that's what people really to or maybe maybe it's because people don't think that I would have that kind of self doubt but I think it's a combination of those things. I think primarily early the last one and like you wouldn't think that someone in your position would have that kind of self doubt because you know you're an actual like we said earlier before top children's entertainer and To to actually see someone who's very successful express that kind of doubt. I think is very helpful to anyone who has any kind of doubt it was the equivalent of lady got Crying when she had fibromyalgia the outfits were little different but otherwise tone was very similar. There's a lot of. I've only watched the movie once with the Group at San Francisco and I like sat in the far back alone in the dark in drag drinking wine watching it. Because it's not fun for me to watch that movie with other people because so many parts of it are it's like people looking at naked pictures of you. It's it's like you know when I when I talk about myself. Its in jokes. It's in songs it's in. It's in something but this was somebody else. It kind of takes somebody else to like. Lay it out there and go. This is exactly who you are. And this is how everybody sees you And it's a little shocking sometimes to to get that reality check of like you're not always the good person you'd want us the answer is a Cetera. You know I think that is a sign out of a documentary. Did you have any concerns. About how raw some of the stuff was that was being presented. Because you have you know the other relationship of course. Yeah I was hesitant to do with this project or initially because I thought it might affect our relationship so I was kind of worried about the time of sure how to be honest and show Brian and and Trixie and also you know be taking my partner as well. Yeah sure and that reminds me of the opening credits has that's good for second. I forgot that the up link devices. Yeah it's a weird okay okay. I just hung up on them. They're going to call the call because you have the sandwich the opening credits. It's Brian Focus in. I like that distinction. Could you talk a little bit about that well. I think that this does come does a good job. I'm going to have to just takers. It is really quickly. I'm very sorry. Hello I yes. Is this John Whitehead Talk. Yeah Yeah Yes yes I do. Thank you to fourteen seventy six okay. So you came in protesting on Wednesday the twentieth and we do have a positive for rectal. Gonorrhea your urine and I don't know treatment. ESI would thank you very much. HOW DO I? I'm I'm sorry. Sorry he got funny moment. How what's the next step? Please algae yes penicillin Amoxicillin Hall of the cylinder. Sir Can what's that it's okay. It's all right there. My friends are here. Yeah it's it's okay when they ask you something if this this was included on a podcast. But you'd be okay with that. Who who is your health crash? Okay all right. Well obviously appointment on Monday injuring forty and six twenty pm. Is there anything on Tuesday these day earlier in the day or later something around mid-afternoon Thirty yes one thirty s good okay so it will be a day the twenty six at one thirty now sex until you've been treated and big with any partners. Yeah Okay thank you very much. I appreciate that gave up by tuning in. I have you ever gonorrhea. Have you ever heard of it. Have you had it no. This is a new thing. I've had it once and I've had scares like three times. It's no big deal. They give you pills to take a shot in the but it's GonNa be really yes it's nothing. Oh thank God. Nothing out was so funny. The shot schock does give you diarrhea for a few days but it goes away like nothing will happy Thanksgiving to me yours. Truly right now include that you have to so you have to include it. Yeah I know I have to. We're talking about being candidate. I my philosophy on the show is that you know. We're not laughing at you got tested. I'm not laughing that you've got an STI. I'm laughing that they called back twice because the urgency because on your anus is so pressing need to pick up and base and this might be the result of the first anal sex. I was GonNa say you just turn gate minutes ago. Already have creepy crawlies. Welcome to the club by and go well. I can't hotdog cluber wondering what happens to your money taking it down to the clinic. Well they've lead to the free clinic. Oh great per. I'd like to give a shout out to even though Brian on the phone. There said that they might not prefer. I think this is a very good. PSA to people very convincing prank. Well maybe wait wait whereas McCook. It's not a very good cover. Yeah no I know well. He said he didn't want to be on the show anymore but he does this. So yeah I just just a week to ten days ago where it was the first Receptive anal sex situation With Fella now when it was really good I really really really enjoyed it. It was fully verse both ways with the person you actually know the person cracker. No it wasn't although I'd like that to happen. Yeah I can tell you it is. I'm probably going. I can't leave the show very handsome. Oh work these very cute very cute very cute but apparently needs to know something. Yeah that What can you get that from other? I mean you need to have someone in well also need to have sex sex fluids in you. Yeah okay. Well here's the thing there was a condom involved but It's always only only a rea- in your ass or can you get it from other places and then it's detected in your ass hit. You could get from like anything. I mean like somebody I may have had this for a while. He could like get it from even. Oh okay then like you can get their mouth. And then if he hasn't his mouth like oral gonorrhea he can pass. It could be anything. Gotcha okay well. I'M GONNA have to cancel the sex data so easy gonorrhea okay. Well don't care at a normal well. I'm happy to when I think gonorrhea it ends ends up being just sorta like a parking ticket. Okay Gosh dammit getting every time I see my asshole here for two seconds double-parked I gotta go take care of this. Avi Back in a little while. Yeah okay so I guess. I'm canceling Tuesday nights plan. I got crabs from hotel ones from. That's how easy SGI's are. I mean they'll find you and by by the way it's the slutty friend who never gets anything. It's the Pollyanna like me. who gets it from my pillow cases right right anyway? We don't really get any diseases in the movie. We'll be but yeah no but maybe on the next one. Yeah the sample is the movies talking about pushing a Lotta my aunt now. Oh that's too bad. There was a scene that we shot the first week against in the studio where I had Brian facetime with Jinx. And we're talking about because James has a documentary drag becomes her. Oh Yeah Rob. So you're talking about the process of making documentary and she was like well. You know it's just important to be You know let them see everything and you know be open and you made a joke about. They just told me pushing a lot on my ass in the shower and she said how long has it been. There was a great scene on it was in there for a while. She's still in the movie because that she's my favorite drag queen. She's great. I mean you have that Nice shot backstage. And then she rose to. Yeah Yeah. There's this great shot of her putting on her lashes Dorian Corey moment of the movie when she's like we were talking about winning or something or being a winner and she was like yeah doesn't matter that she says something like well you win. And then they got a whole new season ready to go right away and sandwiched in between two of the the biggest winners. So it's a jinx lamenting being a blackout has been back to the big upset in the beginning of the film that leads us into a number of thorny subjects that you addressed a minute ago you felt bad about expressing a quote unquote self-serving off serving emotion right. But the thing is about a situation like that is you know you're going through it because you're wrestling with all these things. It's a natural thing to think what's going to happen to me and my show and you cycle through these things rather rapidly. Because that's how I think it goes in your head you're worried about Caccia. Obviously but then you're thinking what about me what am I going to do and then you feel guilty for having those feelings right. That's pretty much what it was. It just feels like wow. Somebody's going through something. I can't can't even really conceive of because unless you're an addict you have no idea but then again that's always how we operate like health or no health. I'm usually the one being like. How can we stack some more quarters? Orders on top of this deal. You'd like how can we. How can we make more money? What's a good thing for us but as a positive thing yeah and you said things to me about things I might want to considered doing business advice? That's what I do best but I love that I mentioned. How many times have I mentioned to you? About how touching and supportive I feel. Yeah then I Miss Vida boheme when she's like a stop at twenty twenty percent surcharge in all these paid for. Let's see I mean. When that happened? They had come back. Act Two filming because violent had ordered six more episodes. Okay yeah so also. They hadn't they were able to film. I think one episode of the six episodes before that happened. Then and then what do you do in right sure. So there was a lot of pressure than added to Trixie to. Are we going to get a replacement placement. What's going to happen like you actually? Oh think of so like somebody buying something you all. TV network money. Basically basically. Yeah oh them episodes exactly then it was like well we have to. We still five episodes of television. You have to make these to make them. Luckily at the time Bob the drag I queen was in town. Doing a web series had to call him and begged him like. Can you not direct series income foam from with me for like a week. They got he. Did you have because sometimes people don't realize is when there's a replacement or there's a change in the lineup or something it's out of your control. Yeah and it went from it. Went from US being like. Wow they want six more episodes that maybe that means there's some potential for this to be have the season to get extended and went from that to like just trying to deliver five episodes with with your sanity intact. 'cause I also had to go back to work the next day with the same camera. People the same directors the same writers the same team without her breath. So it's also like we're all pretending like something crazy not happening because we all have to and we all through comedy Salt Lake. We get to come in. Wait wait tables. We have to come and do funny shit. Did you talk about it at all. Did you talk about the weirdness or did you just have to let off. I joked about it and I was the only one who joke about it. Everyone everyone else would just be like. Oh that's all you know. Best the best to her. And I'm like I'll be the only one who's like A. We have to address in the room. Here we called in Bob to lake which just funny 'cause we called in a sober person but it was awful. It was on really hard and a bummer and then on a personal level one the most important friendships you have this. Like not just up in the air. Didn't feel like it was gonna come back down ever because I don't Bryan even hasn't been that open about. What his real timeline was during that time how much? He didn't talk to certain people at that time. How much people sometimes do minore? He was sure so there was. It was like a network. Not only are we not friend. It's like has anybody heard from him. Yeah right anybody like you know. There was a lot more than just like my career. The television episodes episodes. Oh it was more than that more more actual sern. Yeah I mean the focus. That film is still about you. Know kind of like the Golden Age Dragon. One of the. It's about me getting to do all these things in this snapshot of time in the world you know the big tours and all kinds stuff like putting on my second record touring the world it really is about the movie really does blow your mind with how much is available to someone who wears a wig for a living sure it is really crazy and that still is the focus because the the the Bryan Bryan friendship dynamic it became accidentally important the same way when you have any sort of personal trauma. It seems to sort of trickle into everything trickles. It's like you're freshly broken up with someone. Yes it affects everything. Energy level level affects your work. It affects the way you sleep. It affects everything the prison with which you look through the world inevitably. It mattered more than believe me. We didn't intend to capture sure or get someone that just became no of course not of course not but it would be. It would be irresponsible for David Nick to make a movie that didn't show it was house and all of that footage is really really how it was gone. I also think that it's helpful to people. Hello Part I help people not talking about that stuff is part of the problem. It is part of the problem because once people can see especially at figure that they admire going through something like that or a and also with you going through what it feels like to you go through something like that with a friend. Yeah I mean. I grew up with alcoholic parents and stuff like that but casual northeast. Wisconsin like Drunken Dad. Ad Is Different than like you know Hollywood Cross Dresser uppers. That is different. It's different yeah. It is different and also because it's a friend friend and somehow that's different than when it's a family member. Yeah totally why think we set out to make a a real film and you pick up a camera camera and started shooting. And you don't know what's going to happen but I think that there's real humanity to the film and it's not a fluff piece. It's not the Justin Bieber experience. It's mid-next I think very ron intimate and Some moments are a little intense. And there's a lot of highs awesome lows which I think is you know what makes the film work and why people seem to be moved by it. Yeah I mean at eight A. It's not a competition. But all all the mother dragged documentaries and Gosh this is so much more like real. It's got more auto harp than most of them to it. Sure dies down it also credit. Read it when you guys do. Watch the movie which comes out. December seventh third December third clean bill of health by them by the way uh-huh reflect on the fact that it's one camera holdings with one person the some of the stage shows. We had someone come in and get a second come in by. It was nick one camera and he did the sound too. If I'm not mistaken wearing head Pam and I did the sound If it wasn't him it was me and then it was really ham and one of the reasons I immediately went to him was because we went to school together and I knew he had a really like artful. I and the film looks so beautiful. Doug did such a great job and it's really impressive that it's one camera and our editor James Cody. The honest did a killer job in fact the BB is a heroin documentary. I believe just hired him as their terrific so yeah he killed it nickeled it. They really did an incredible job. It is impressed with that. It's only one camera that's crazy to out when you watch it. There's so many angles and so it seems like the cameras are everywhere running around want also. The music in the film is all done it. I would say ninety percent of it is done by Trixie here. You're wrote. It played it all and a few moments. Nick actually did the music so they both did the music costuming. Well everything Emma. But yeah most of the soundtrack the the score is trixie. There's an there'll be a soundtrack recording an acoustic soundtrack it's There's a coup who stick versions of some of my songs that people already now there's versions of it like there's a version of moving parts on guitar which toys a harp song there's covers. I've never done covers till now. So what does it cover. Closes the film. No keep on the sunny side which is on the soundtrack sunnyside cut. That can't be wrong on this. You know so in In the festival run of the film backwoods Barbie plays in the ALLSTARS press junket or film but it was was too pricey to keep the film's real how expensive they wanted. Sixty thousand dollars. This is an independent film delay. They wanted a lot of of money. so we now. It's a mama domain. Be Put on the dress again which works. Yeah but we have for the soundtrack we have trixie do a cover for a backwoods Barbie brand new versions of all the songs And the original ones written for the movie. There's this one song that you were writing on the moving parts tour and you kept playing it on this beautiful melody. It's the song and the trailer that people keep asking about so also if you only see the trailer reference that yeah well people say what is that song and it was the song you were writing and you kind of like you know left it there and I kept. You need to finish that song. It's so beautiful. It's one of my favorite songs you've ever written heavy crown on. It's is on the soundtrack and I can't stop listening to it while I was reading it. You know on tour when the thing was not doing so good and it was kind of about that it was kind kind of about About like how foolish you should feel if you think that something good happening to. You means that everything's GonNa be fine like okay something in great happening to you. It's a little immature. Did Not know that that means ten other things are going to fall apart in front of you. You kind of guarded optimism. In general. Yeah things is about that and so that song sort about that. And I didn't really I kind of dropped it because by the time me and Brian we're doing better I just like what song over it but it works in the movie movie. Yeah and also I think the message still hold. It doesn't have to be specifically about what's going on. Currently on all stars you won like three night stay in Fort Lauderdale. Yeah and moving parts store in America was starting in Fort Lauderdale so we kind of cash that in and went to Fort Lauderdale for a few days before the tour started with neck. And there's a scene in the film where you're on the balcony at night playing the song and it was so beautiful and we put in the movie and I you have to license all the music and I went to. Who Sang that song? And you're like I wrote that song when when I was eighteen years old. Did you give a decent break on the publishing or did you really squeeze them on the. We'd take him for everything he's got. He's got a sweet action figure collection action. I'm trying to think of yeah not anymore. Though it's all yours is on the soundtrack in the film. It's called. Hello Hello. That's one of the best things I've ever written. I wrote it when I was nineteen nineteen because my boyfriend broke up with me. MOVE BACK TO MINNESOTA and I was devastated in nineteen year old. Me Apparently is capable of writing something. That's better than most of what I can come up with now that's Such a good song was incredible and And I forgot about it for ten years and I was randomly playing it while we were filming Totally I couldn't believe I even remembered the word also really really matches the mood of the film and the story and you know hello goodbye. Hello of you know losing someone and then having back. It is nice when you see Brian Billed as Brian McCook Cook at the end of it which is another nice little distinction. What show is that again that he was backstage? That was the LA. Show the Walter Wilson. Yeah it was at the first time that you'd hung out or had you hung out before that not really. We hadn't really thought we had some phone calls. I mean you can tell Brian's backstage at the show and you can tell it's still a little weird. I heard you know. We went for a walk sometime later. Like we're doing Runyon Canyon and this is right when he's getting back on its feet and seeing people again and you know we had like an hour and and a half walk of small talk in the he just turns to me and was like I'm so sorry he's the reason I'm not apologizing is because I think it's insulting like to apologize for something new I can't like is going to make it better He was like you know that's why he's that's why it's when you've kind of like like had such a friendship problem. It's sort of. You can't really apologize because it's to apologize to suggest that you can make it all better right away. which is why he was like? Well what do you do say but to do or say something. Yeah and he and he did and I mean I never held it against him right. It is kind of like the mark of a psychopath path. If somebody's going through something that serious and you think that they are somehow targeting you right or it's all about you know whatever however it affects you. That's you know. Drop in the bucket. Compared to what they're going through really know really is. Yeah I mean clearly. He was having the worst time he you know he's been very like I can't believe how good a friend you were. And you were very he'll talk interviews and Blake is very compassionate. How he just like was forgiving and we'll also reasonable? Anybody with the reasoning mind would be like this person doesn't want to be a monster right now. No of course not. They're stuck on this ride to. Yeah like you said He. I'm sure he doesn't want to be in this roller coaster that he's yeah. I think I said that in the movie movie. Yeah yeah there's a part where I get sort of a bunch of sort of aggressive like purposely cruel tax from him at the time it's very confusing. Sure am and we watched a movie together with Brian. He was like Oh my God. I don't remember that you know why. Imagine but again in perspective in the moment you can see me on camera Kinda mad watching back in like I should have known this is obviously not with somebody felt but it just feels the moment. That's the trouble with that stuff. Though you can logically say this isn't about about me This isn't quote unquote real. But you can't help the reaction that it stirs up inside of you and I was. You know I mean. I love him so much I mean it was. I was like the Caccia apologised like the whole time of like I. I always benefit of the doubt him. I believe in him and I always excuse him. And there's obviously footage Jimmy. Maybe that day not feeling so great about it but well this. But that's understandable again if you're really somebody's friend. Stay focused on them. It's really about. They are the ones in trouble. The trickle down effect you're experiencing a walk in the park. Yeah you know. Did you. Struggle though at moments of feeling like Oh. He really doesn't like me. Did you ever have those kinds of feelings. Like maybe he doesn't really like me kind of an insecure. Maybe not. He doesn't like me. But you can definitely see me struggle with like what's GonNa that happened to my. Will Anybody WanNa see me perform. If I don't it's not somehow part of this duo that people like you can see me get really worried about that and looking back. That's so it's weird to watch now knowing what I know now but I was also trying to win this big. TV show and under a lot of scrutiny. For that I was putting out my second album which trying the follow the success of the first there was a lot of things in the air that were like. Is it going to work or not. There's a lot of pressure and it was about to do this. You know how many cities over one hundred cities of moving parts or last year I had to worry about selling all those tickets and it was like you know. There's a lot to worry about more than I'd ever had to worry about at the time and you know matter how meteoric the rise say when you're on that trajectory any little bump in the road can seem incredibly massive potentially devastating. Yeah so of course that can stir up any kind of Either insecurity or worry about your future which I'm sure was also mixed with the interpersonal concerns as well just makes it hard to do your work and when you have a lot of responsibility when you have to perform every day for like a thousand plus people comedy and comedy or like anything rocks the boat because you have a lot on your plate already but I still. A lot of the movie is about It's really a more about succeeding despite and it's really more about The sentiment of the song is like that growing up is sort of about looking to take the good and the bad. That's sort of like you're never going to find happiness until you learn to you. Expect bad things with good things. Do you know when you start to look at the world that way. Do you think you always did or do you think memory largely and and I remember like it was like two years ago and it was. I was writing moving parts the song at the time and it was a time where something bad happened. Remember what it was but you gotTa Call Clinic. No no no. What is that bad? I wrote moving parts for two birds and I. I think I just didn't use it but I think it was at a time or something bad happened in when something bad happens you almost feel stupid for like Thinking that things will work out you just like I'm such an idiot. Yeah like me my reaction to is this sort of self punishing. Yeah you feel stupid that you thought the Universe is going to give you break and I guess growing up and being happy is about. It's the Joni Mitchell both sides. Now you know that's the only way we'll ever be happy is if you expect good and bad and know that they exist at the same time. It's The star wars the force. He's never seen a store. Never seen EST are low while but yet you can reference it offered Freddie Prince Junior talk about an interview. That's all you really need to do again. So hopefully we'll do an interview about moving parts and then you can skip watching it totally and just have an opinion about it. Yeah totally but I'm really part of that song and I'm proud of that that movie and The two I think have similar message. Well that's original title wasn't moving parts. We were kind of like working off the six foot. Two thing. withstood of integrate. Its Yeah I mean you know drag kind of comes from like referencing other other pop culture moments sure and there is actually the The last shot of the film is a direct reference to FIFA to With the lifting up of Trixie into the air right And the the three specific references. There were three documentaries. We Watch before we made the film guys documentary and Madonna's triggered documentary and Bob. Dylan's don't look back sure. And there are are three little quarterbacks in the film for each of those film was the. Don't look back reverence. 'cause I haven't seen that movie in a long time. Just the opening scrawl of all featuring all of the drag against right. Yeah but that was like the original like verite Tour doc yeah so that heavily influenced the film and then Your phone call with your mom. Tom Kind of the Madonna truth or dare Moma where she's on the phone with her father inviting him to come see her. That's right soup in the hotel room as you likely know. 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You say I WANNA ask you about Komo is ready for my ride to end and be like would I be satisfied with it would be happy s and so this movie was like well. Maybe this will be like at least a record that this all happened. And so when you're sitting at home Working at the gas station. You can come back home or rather the automotive station that you're setting up throughout the film that you can sit and watch this and go you know what I did that once totally and when I do watch the movie which I've only I've probably seen the whole thing. Maybe five times yesterday thing to watch really. I WONDER CACCIA LOVES TO STRAIGHTEN UP AROUND The house. Exactly having some friends over. You know for some soda but I mean anybody who's remotely a fan of either of us. Yeah when I put myself in the mindset of them they are going to be shook and chilled and Gupte in Gupta because you are so deeply invited to the most personal thoughts and backstage ship which is interesting. Also because drags so much about the illusion. Exactly artifice I tell people this movies. The twenty three hours when you're not a drug superstore. Yeah other hours in the day when you're not dressed up. I mean when I watched this. I'm like at some parts arts. I'm like wow. I'm really that bitch. I'm like in the sky or like while. I'm really writing that album myself doing that. And then sometimes it's like why I'm really pulling my own suitcases in like. Wow I'm really most of this is not glamorous or cool none of these dressing rooms look nice. No there's a lot of Minivan's a lot of it's a lot of like the testament of like determination to actually do what you WanNa do in which means calling your shit around the world dragon cars so glamorous and so not in this movie it really touches on that that 'cause sometimes in this movie it's like this is the golden age of drag. It's drag queens on red carpets dragging their albums it's clips at Trixie and Caccia Show probably Kocides Rupaul. I think at that point we were the first to drag queens to have our names and like actual. TV show show stuff like that that you never thought could happen to drag queens and and you'd never dream that you would be dry cleaned. It happens to so many things like that are cool and then other parts. I'm like you're very much reminded that like Oh shaded is walking through the snow in Newark with your guitar in your back is not always cute pride right but but most see it makes me I much did the first time I was pretty. Yeah Yeah I cried but I was. Just it made me feel like I was like crying because I was just like this movie. Made me feel like I did something with my life life. How often do you feel that feeling never until this movie because with the way the look at the world or semi fatalistic? This could be the end. This could be the last game which in one way. It's a very responsible way to look at things right but also I wonder sometimes given some of the discussions that we've had plus watching the film if that sometimes hampers is your enjoyment of all the wonderful things that you know you've achieved and continue to achieve. Well that's part of being a hooker though as if you don't suck that Dick Somebody else will which which in a way is optimistic but still. This movie makes me look busy. This is nothing compared to what I'm doing. Now let's get into that a little bit. Because I am always shook by how busy you are now i. I am a bit of an over worker workaholic. But when you factor in the traveling what were you gonNa say you were GonNa say like so busy. We were just talking to my a friend of ours. Who is like? I've been too busy with white job. You've got to go. You got to do just recently binged every new show. That's been out. Yeah Yeah this is my third podcast of the day. Congratulations look and the best one. So far too and save this one to us but you know. I think that this movie communicate something really. Well all to that David and Nick somebody so close to me. Yeah is keenly aware that during a team when my friends in once in New York was like get your people to do what people you think i. It's true when we book the show. I text you or text you dave. Yeah Yeah you know and you'll have one of the reasons since I I made. This film was so I could see my follow up coming because movie. That was one of the reasons because you were about to leave the country. It'd be on tour and tour America and I was like well. This is a great reason for me to have to be there. Yeah So it allowed me a to follow you around for nine months and actually get to see you because there are times where I don't. How long usually the longest amount of time that you two away from each other huffy weeks? Maybe there was like a month a little over a month once once it was a month. Yeah but to be honest I mean we talk about this when I go on long long trips really long trips and then I'm already in close quarters and performed with a million people on me and David Share Hotel Room that can be sometimes the opposite where it's like either. I don't see him and that socks or I never have any alone time and we're in each other's faces and that's kind of a lot because you need a little bit of alone time right. Isn't harder st needs as we just went to Europe in the spring and we shared a hotel room which together for two months straight that was a little intensive. Wow Okay how did that go. It was fine when I had. It May on tour bus. It was nice because David compr- weakened lever like whatever sure little more common goes you please more in Europe. It's like we're all here for a long time right right but I also think because I'm your partner and nick is an old friend of mine. I've known him since I was eighteen. We were roommates for years. It was really the three of us on the road for nine months. And you guys developed like a report together and were so close it really. I mean the film is very Intimate yet part of the reason I never post pictures of David. I like having my relationship their private and like separate from work. Is this the first time that you to talking about this stuff. We don't even talk about about when we talk about the movie with people. We don't even mention do things like this but I do like this. Is David probably I like on camera. There's like the first on camera camera but don't have the camera. Yeah exactly a lot of exclusive. The new information today about talk about your relationship situation audience volatile brings you folks. There was like a Brazilian Ryan. Like Gossip Brag that posted a picture of me and David and they thought that David was some TV stars. Well I understand. I wear glasses so they found this other Brazilian like a soap star TV star. Who doesn't really look that much like it was like an inquirer and it was like that? I was his secret level. Oh that's fabulous justified concern sir. Before I walked over here and she was like Oh. I just saw this Brazilian. She likes asked me about how they did that. But something that this movie does well that I couldn't have calculated at the time Because David Trustee of more than anybody else because he was on the other side of the camera I think he yielded a certain amount of vulnerability concern not instinctually into you. Say in the film that you don't want to sort of talk about yourself and I'm paraphrasing but you say I can do this stuff through trixie and then that way it's through this filter and it's sort of certain layer of paint on it and you're comfortable with that because you do reveal quite a bit about a long of your life a lot a lot of it I you you know I'm happy. It's good storytelling. A lot of it. I don't love that people will now no because it's stuff that I you know have willfully locked up from memory or even like they don't need people to know that to that point the family stuff yeah like. I don't need people to know the extremes of certain things about that frankly because people who complain about their their upbringing kind of annoy me and I don't WanNa be that person Why don't think I've ever heard you complain In that way in a self pitying way even very frank in discussing that sort of stuff stuff even in the scene where we'd see you talking to that morning show like a joke way. Well Yeah you know you you package it in a joke but at the core of it is some pretty intense hence stuff but I think that that's inspiring people to see that you could come from an environment. That was so chaotic and disturbing. I mean we're we've talked about you being removed from your family home and being moved to your grandparents house because of the the violence that was going on I'm sure that resonates it's a lot of people either going through a similar kind of thing or even on a lesser scale to see again someone who they admire which we see some of the fans talking about how you just being you and your work gets them through things or helps them to advance their feelings about themselves. So that seeing that stuff Only compounds that so it's a great thing even though it's very uncomfortable for you. Oh Yeah it's like you know. I try to remember what day that was by the way you'll notice during the interviews. There's a tumbler of pink. Thanks Jen next. Drugs invaded into talking about it. But we did one sit down interview with you kind of in the middle of filming in your garage at the time time for hours and hours and hours yeah. I spent so much time with David in Nick. I mean three weeks process when I was with alone with Nick. Good Dave in the room. I I basically I was alone. Let's important that cantor. It was easy to talk to Nick and David You know the filmmaker maker. Nick is anybody more sensitive than Nick. No nobody he's one of those people who's like he's like New York artsy straight person. Okay okay which is like L. A.. Gay sure passes for gay in the Midwest. Yeah okay so I guess when People Watch those parts of the movie They're not my favorite reports. I don't love that people know that doesn't make me feel good. That people know that part of me but Do you feel good about the effect will probably have on people. Though I liked it maybe maybe might help people but again it's just like I'm proud of it. I think and as a filmmaker I think it's important important. There's not a lot of like progressive. LGBTQ content out there. That's not like a little pandering and I think this film addresses a lot of important issues us in our community addiction mental health. Shoora the you know the abuse stuff on. I think not including that would have been a disservice. Yeah Yeah I don't like it in the same way. I don't like watching myself fight with my friend. Onscreen like yeah. It belongs in. It is defective in it. People will be helped by hearing it. It's still not a jolly Ron and maybe because I've I've I've heard people gone on through so much less in complain about so much more that's right. That has always like just may be just like I hate that. Yeah rankles you a bit all your mom yelled you like whatever I remember review and one of my best friends in high school her one of those moms that like went to all her sports games and was like a little overbearing and I was like Bishop Bishop shed. Your mom likes you. Mom goes to your shed you will. How has your relationship with your mom? Now good. She just visited SCHIST visited visited in La. I put her in drag for a video. That's coming up. Yeah because there's a new youtube channel. It was so she's cool. She does her dragged to Hamburger Mary's and then precinct I think she was in Trixie drag getting drunk. I was glass of wine. She was like I want shots at Tequila Sean. Morales met her and kissed her on the hand and she's best melted mom so Wisconsin. She's like in drag watching Nagoya. She goes I normally don't like the little skinny ones but he can really Dan. Yeah well that's nice to hear because even though you see a very sweet moment where your mom and family come to the show ee sense the strain or the maybe the distance between the two of you on the phone call. Yeah will you. Can you can tell that we You know didn't bag of chips have similar moment recently on drag race. What did I say it's not? A variety is related with their mommas Sane and Me My mom are obviously like you know son in mom but like we don't have the same relationship probably most people in their mom. You're not even in his mom. Yeah what's your relationship like with your mom. David a work a close. They're very close. David is like an angel. I'm Jewish so I have an overbearing coach. David the Jewish gay guy. And that's his mom. They're like lovers. Ah I mean they I mean they love Brian. They've come to all of your show and even the ones where you talk about my Dick. What does my mom just aren't super close and you can tell in the movie that there is like we're definitely family but we're just you know? I think for better for worse. Certain things happen that kind kind of like probably prohibit any sort of real closeness and it's okay it's fine. I'm not like not mad but there is some like built up like like Scottish. You know. Of course yeah even it. It's actually remarkable that you're able to maintain a relationship given all that stuff. Yeah I think some people people. It's sort of self serving to hold grudges. No one cares. It's like we we. I had a friend who was also affected by like Caccia and Stayed Mad about it for longer than I thought was fine and eventually I was like. You're the only one who knows you're mad about this like no one's who or who cares bears. Yeah you're just like your only plaguing yourself here you'll feel so much better if you just you know me and my mom had a lot of discussions as adults of like you get perspective. Found all that once you turn into an adult you also when you're a kid you think your parents know everything because they're adults. Sure when you become an adult you realize they didn't know Shit you start to realize there especially in a home like that where everybody's judgment is clouded and no one knows what's okay and what's what's unacceptable acceptable and again it's like the contracting. Nobody's willfully doing this. They're all stuck on the same right here. There is an interesting thing to were. You must have gotten peppered with this. Even after it was clear that Kaci was okay but when Caccia was on tour it was like a is right. His House Kaci doing people I I would be thrown because I'd be like what do you mean like. Did the tourist fine and then they put like how she doing doing fine like she's doing really well. You know what I mean it can also tell them the movie. There's a section we talk about it. We're like right when caccia publicly told everybody that she was kind of like going underground. It's when every drag queen came out of the woodwork and was monologue about the time on twitter someone called them fat and how they relate to it and it was like well. I have mental illness to everyone was sort of like taking it as themselves. Yeah there's so many press things in that time where people are asking vary directed questions about Caccia. Yeah and just like crickets like you. Don't it's not my place to give you this. Somebody else's information you know pry right because also what actually route and actually what if Koch at the time of being asked. That wasn't doing well and you just got off off the phone be like. Oh well. Here's what happened You know bit of a train wreck right now. Sound like the L A message of hope John Message of hope. Yeah did what was it like for you to watch Brian. Go through that whole thing personally. Often what the show wanted to get like hilarious vicious his jokes. He made a heartbreaking to watch. It all happened and You know what I mean. It's in the film you know something happened and then the the kind of that cloud followed you for months and it was something that people brought up with you a lot and ask you about You know but it was hard to be there for it. I think that's probably the last time I cried really. Do you remember the first day when I felt like it was GONNA get cancelled Omega cried all night right all right. That's the last time I went to sleep. Oh my God I cried to the point of like like no bookers left in the knows. My face was burning. Because I'm so disappointed. You know my work means everything to me and to have the biggest opportunity at my time at the time be there one day be gone. The next was like at devastated. Not Stop crying so hard it was but then I mean that shows you. What kind of Asshole am that was the last time I cried when drag race which they have have a great footage winning drag race? It makes me cry every time because every time I watch it. Yeah you can really how I didn't I did not know I was going to win and you can see my even. They're all that makeup. You can see my face like realize it just like you cover your face of doing drag go to that moment was like what you know and I think it's another example of what you're talking about what the film is about like. There's this bad thing going on in that. Our friend is going through a really horrible time time. And you're worried about that but your tour is getting bigger. Everything's growing and growing in. Your hard work is paying off and then you win drag race so again. There's this wonderful thing happening and then over here is a terrible thing happening but these things all coexist at the same time. Yeah it was like when the next day and the next head to that press day you have all the same press wagner owner set up no matter what they all either. Just begin with congratulations. Or I'm sorry. Okay like so many things in your life really are not dependent on a crown or winning or anything but just like getting up brushing your teeth making some food or ordering food. I was going to do that toward no matter. What I was GonNa make that record? No matter what yeah we were GONNA lose that. TV show. Well that's why you win. And then you know the film keeps on Truckin. Yeah it's like next next we go straight to drag on pretty much and also you say even after after you win. You're headed on the way back. You make a joke about the gay dressing room or something and then also wind drag race. Confetti falls from the ceiling and then T. REX in Chicago at the time. You did not yet bomb. Yeah we I guess. If you're listening please get in touch with. I'll get in touch with you. This kind of person she is and what kind of bitches I grew up within drag. I like Confetti. I couldn't believe it in two x goes. Yeah it was for a few lost but we didn't WANNA waste too but that's that's the that's the showbiz distilled into one line isn't it totally yearly. But again it was like watching the TV and I'm also looking at single pieces of confetti falling long here and there because so much confetti up their balloons whatever is like suspended. Yeah and it's like I'm trying to watch the TV. And I don't know what's going to happen. Little piece of Confetti keeps reminding me that something could happen. Sure sure you know that whole scene is so amazing and yeah it's beautiful. I can't believe and the shot I mean. Nick must have been a member. Nick must have been like right very the close and I'm so shocked. It's so cool. He tried to get a shot in their of me like crying in the audience. But you know I'm not really in the film people always that your mom was the. Yeah you met my mom in the alley behind Rocco Roscoe's in full drag. It was quite busy hour later. She wants me was her first night with me was watch me wind drag race such a weird time. Yeah that's a good starter. Well I'm my family's in Chicago and you were in Chicago for the win at Roscoe's so my my family was there. When did you move to? La David Ted. It'll be ten years in January. Oh congratulations that's a long time time and David also casual reality. TV connoisseur very casual very sitting here staring at Dossey Schroeder's L.. Yes that's right. Your fellow vendor pump rules fan. I am it's one of favorite. TV housewives all of them pretty much. I love the housewives I love. I love vendor paroles brother's obsessed with the housewives as well I mean it's a great show never introduced David to people and they get to know each other if David and then we'll have housewives whatever in common. It's like you lose them for the high. Well we're I know that feeling you live in this building that I Jackson Britney and Katie and Schwartz lived in. That's right no longer live here and they cared. Students Daydream Process Street. That's right uh-huh killers struck down. So this is a historic building for me up friends at home. David and Craig literally live across the street from yesterday. Yeah that's right it's very easy Zied D'Amato over here but yeah I love I love myself housewife or a vendor pump rule excited about the upcoming season with the new characters. Come out and all about the new characters though. I mean it was getting a little stale. So maybe they'll freshen it up. I mean they're only seasons seven now eight. That's incredible I know. They've all bought houses and move to the valley. Yeah so now. They're not going to pretend that they work with the restaurants anymore. Those God I'm happy about that but just like 'cause they're famous they just do like one shift a week for the camera. What kind kind of? Yeah Yeah Oh the. It's like a personal appearance. They show up and I mean the service can't really serve food because there are besieged by autograph people and picture people or people who want southeast not picture. People people work at the restaurant. Yes they do they do. Yeah so it gets a very strange things should make drag queens work at Hamburg. The Laura I think it'd be better than drag challenge seriously. There's how many places that serve like lips and stuff places. We drag queens work as servers servers. Challenge where they have to work. It's restaurant but it would like a refill on your drink. I'm okay Okay David you good yeah It's funny though the other night we were well I. It wasn't invited. You were invited to era gains her shoe dazzle event. I was so excited. And then you've got horrible food poisoning. I couldn't go. What brought about this food poisoning because Gilson trick ass Gilson's what now by Gal Stripping Gilson stupid now I'm a little concerned philophical fall from Gaza? I I've got to get treatment for one thing. Yeah soon now well maybe you can just get food poisoning and shit out the gonorrhea Levy. Yeah that's a good tactic. Make a phone. Oh call but that soon to know so I thought food poisoning was was fake. You did I thought it was like like. La People are like an thing because they get like one stomach rumble the food poisoning or or also away to get out of a commitment yet. Maybe I spent too much time with like you know those people were no matter what you're like how I did not sleep. It could last like there's always something wrong we something sure yeah and it's very typical of La people just any people everybody's always always on the verge of death. No one slept good. Everyone sick everyone has a like a little patience for that because of your punishing schedule Yes. I'm like let's get into your schedules. It's no bad. My food poisoning had to be free to call out of I cancelled a day of filming. You do yes and we're gonNA take that day and so yeah. I was so sort of worked out better now because I didn't get phone calls from the clinic and all it all came together put it did. I puked every hour for like ten hours. Did you shoot yourself yourself as well all the whole time okay. What was the meal in particular that gave you? I left Jason Wimberly's and I thought you don't have to walk down the hill and Gilson's he gets a little healthy snack so I got some avocados spread to put on toast and I got some like philosophy and I had to go to the makeup lab because we were getting holiday products ready. Yeah I had to go to the makeup lab and put on Ice Shadow while desperately holding in dire or their photos from this day. No I'm in the and then get this. Get this about after I was doing all this testing different than your kind of testing. I came home with one grace. Hint some of the products next year. Wine neutral smokey eye and one pink and purple. I Yeah Yeah. I was so sick that I puked in that. Make up for hours on slept for a whole day in shadow like in my bed shitting myself with Isha. Hi Sean Different. I shed on each. I like. This is another documentary short. That could have been you see why they turn the cameras off. Well that's the thing I mean we could have made a sequel. Could I mean there's every so much happening in your life all the time that's the reason we made the film yeah and it continues to only get bigger and bigger I would love to make a TV series. Like the Ashley Simpson Autobiographies here. I think he could cause your schedule is so crazy that I got to see you in London which was really great. You did two days at G. Y.. London yes yeah. I don't do a lot of clubs anymore but I always do like Roscoe's j y any any like kind of like legend sure on clubs but it's crazy we have KACI neier. Just finishing the final manuscript of the book look via the threat which is called which is called fixing catches guide to modern woman had now available for preorder on Amazon. That's right yes I ordered mine or yours so funny. Caccia is too too modest. Her chapters are psycho. They are so funny. I'm looking forward to reading the whole thing She gave a preview of the hair chapter on the show. I I listened. Oh you did. Oh thank you. She is so funny and her. I mean she really schooled. The school on this book sell funny. It is so good. And then we're working on the next record record Barbara now. Is that what I've seen recording an instant stories. Or is that the soundtrack album. Both I just finished the soundtrack album. Congratulations than I'm working on the new album Barbara Brown which is really cool. Because you know I go through my decades this one is like an eight track. That's four tracks on the top and fortress in the bottom different. And then we're working on grownup tour. I starting February. I've got my tickets. Second Road at the Novo to the the Novo. Yeah in the Nova Selling Lee. Well but we're touring with the band and we're doing like ten N plus costume changes. I'm really just trying to do it. Yeah they get big and crazy. You seem to only accelerate the tempo of your schedule well last year toward moving parts with like my Harper Qatar. My jokes and I'm like well. How do I for all the people who come again this year because so many people seem every year they do? Let's let's snatch their way. Let's try to make it better and mourn born Ryan. I think Kaci touring Australia and New Zealand. Yeah that'd be really fun. Yeah we're doing the absolutely most and then I think that's her her. The movie will be out in a week and a half on itunes Google Amazon a bunch of video plus an launching some new cosmetics and black Friday L. fantastic new products. Come out all twenty twenty. It's crazy yeah it is crazy but to find that you get satisfaction the more that you do or do you find that you are or worn down a little bit or is it a mixture I definitely on a weekly basis. Wish for like an eighth day of the week sure not for like more work but just like like I wish I could work seven days a week and steal one day off. No one else gets. Are you able to schedule in days off. I'm in charge of my own schedule. Which is why when I'm too busy? It's it's my own fault and when I say are you able to in your mind. Are you able to give yourself that time or I. I know that I will run myself into the ground and I'm not even when factoring in like the amount of travel that you do you know what I mean. I'm talking about just like taping and editing and all that stuff so it's like a compulsion but like I love it but at the same time I do go like every once in a while. Oh my God I've got to just take a day off but then I don't I don't do I know a Euro Workhorse. You love to work and when you're not working you're still working find a way to work. Yeah how are you with David and both the way that you work schedule or because you find that you'd get just enough time with him. Yeah assure you explain a little bit podcast a podcast. We'll probably see each other three the times a week. Every ninety minutes short surprise is yeah. I'll say we see each other four times a week and we'll like sleep over about three times a week. Okay okay but like one day. Maybe we'll just go to. I'll catch him after Jason. We'll get a SMOOTHIE or would go to dinner or something or so it's like you're still dating even though you're in a relationship and I mean in a good way and David is a very vibrant nightlife. I have a very demanding morning life. So that's always kinda hard to like matchup. 'cause I'll go see David and I'll have to leave leaving them or like. How often do I leave David Sleeping in my house and I have to go somewhere? That happens of you time like by David. It's been to Canada. Maybe eight times in the last few months you're like I have a five. AM flight to Canada. Saul sleep in. Yeah sometimes I'll be like. Let's have a sleepover but I have to leave at five. Am That's the. That's what you get though. I'LL BE IN BAD AD and you'll be getting ready to go and brandon will be in the other room packing Suk's wake up to my system packing the suitcase in the room. The barbies just staring at me. We traveled together a lot. We went to Europe. I mean three times in the last three years together or go ahead well. That's one of the semi film cycle tag along discovered coverage. You had too much of it and you're like I'm not doing this. I can talk by. David came to Australia this year. Okay I went on the skinny legend The international leg of the tour. Usually when I go to Chicago David Ogle because visit family. Sure you're performing right across the street from my mom's apartment again. I'm going to be at roscoe's in Chicago in December. ANYBODY WANNA come. Ooh What does your time together. When you're on tour? Look like David gets he lives his TV watching a movie watching life life. Okay so yes never how many movies and TV shows he watched on tour. But it's a lot of You know it's everyone's like Oh my God you get to go to Australia. Elia and then David Tortoise everyone all my friends or family. They're like oh it's it's like a trip vacation it's not you're there to work mark and so it's usually. We all have jobs to do on a tour bus. We get off the tour bus. Go into the venue. Sit in the dressing room for hours. Yeah you know how you do the show. Sometimes I watched the show most of the Times I do. Sometimes I just hang out in the dressing room then the show ends we wrap up. Get back on the bus. If we're in a hotel hotel that night we go to the hotel. It's it's kind of like groundhog's Day I feel the worst for David because we all have like me fina whoever we all have like shit to do everyday the David is not only board also. Everyone's like abandoned him because they'll have shit to do you know the the UK Lag is always fun I like the the crew that we're with their Victoria secret when we first started traveling. Dave Barry like remember when I started traveling. You're like I think we we landed in Ireland and you're like wake up. We should go for a walk. And I'm like Oh bitch. We don't do that around here. We don't leave hotel rooms like want now. Now we don't get to see anything do anything fine But yeah the first time we went to the UK we landed in Dublin. And I made you like it was like seven. Am I was like. It's bad. Vowed to go to sleep right now. We gotTA stop for the day and dragged you around Dublin and you so I go to Europe three times a year I'm like it's always. It's been here for three million years. It'll be here next year. The castle the Castle was your how many times have you in England this year. Because I know that you were again like I said Jay y Kobe three times or were there for the skinny legend tour for drag Kahn or drag world and then Ford G. Y.. Recently yeah the movie is actually showing at a documentary theater in London right now at just wrapped last night. It was at the House we had like ten sold out screenings of the dog. It's playing at a p rogers. Hot Docs Cinema in Toronto. Right now. I got to say we are supposed to be you know on this podcast telling people to broader and check out the movie but people. We'll have so fiercely pure added the movie that it was on the homepage for preorder is like the third most preordered movie. It was it to it. Chapter to the joker joker and then moving parts. The real reason is each wanted to come over and chat with me. I knew that and also tell people to make your results that affects me. uh-huh more breaking news. Everybody that meant that we brought you here to tell you that me and Craig are gay lovers and that I'm Donna. Whatever in this podcast for that moment that was I do I scare base had a scare but not how to? So what's the scare like. Because I just had the full monty remember having someone calls your like warns you that they've have it and then you freak out and go get tested or you go and they can treat it right away without giving the results so you get the shot or take the pills and then they call you. If you'd like well you didn't have like would you take the shot anyway. Lisa always pick the show. Take the sandwich shop. I also had in that whole The afternoon dalliance condom broke. Never had that happen to me before so that was a little freaky but anyway the guy. Yeah the condom. I was wearing broke while I was inside. do you think he's just played demand through that did yes. It did yeah so it was a rambunctious afternoon a lot of I a lot of a lot of I actually. Yeah this is what happens with late in life as they go overboard bass yeah. David was late in life gay. Oh really now. When did you realize that you were in life if you went to college then you didn't come out in college to me? That is late in life gay. I see okay assure in now. When did you come out again college? Especially when you're eighteen okay sure the womb. I love that the film is about. It doesn't really dwell on you being a gay man. The first scene is you in your home pointing at these old pictures of Yubing. Like I've always been gay. This is how gay I was. And that's really the only mention of it. It's not what about like you're coming out. It's not like in about I. Don't dwell on really my history not one of those docks where we interview my mom and my babysitter. My first grade teacher. It's it's snapshot option. Right now yeah and you sort of get information out of the way anyone who wasn't aware that you were gay would find out the movie too if you knew nothing about me because I think a lot of people I don't know what drag Queens are up to and I think people will be stunned in gag to see some of the things that I'm doing this movie. They're going to be like what was actually thinking of suggesting that my mom watch the the movie because she doesn't really know a lot about the queen's knows about you know surname Lydia Lydia preorder. Join Hot DOC club please. Yeah Lydia Join hot club I mean the two of you are members of course is yeah. I know you can't wait for this movie clubs and maybe we'll do one on Tommy emme sometime We'll have to do one on the screen films. I WANNA do one on the screen movies Bianca performing tonight. Oh is she she might be I'm so bad at like things going on because I find I okay. I'm going to see Liz Fair on Monday. Sorry this past Monday. I had tickets to her first Monday at Largo the full monty. She has a book who who was it was fair she I Love Liz Fair. Largo Monday nights. You WanNa go. There's still some tickets available. We love the Largo. Largo doing the best part of breaking up find someone else he can't get enough of also I was GONNA say I've missed the first night of it because I was like working on shows Um and then I was sitting here all tired and then I look at the email and go fuck. I should be at Blues Fair show right now so then I bought tickets to the other. Oh Shit the other installments. But we're going to say I just love her clean guitar around the time of like Asher Levine List Michelle branch. It was like women with adding adding sure she's icon. One of my goals is to do a show in. La In might like idol icon is Michelle Branch and one of my goals is to do a show where we do like a double billing doing what she might actually do it or like my real goal. I love playing for people. Like if Ashley Simpson wants to come saying autobiography top to bottom aisle play for her play for her for free. Okay sure what about just guest comes on does a three song sweet. Well me my friend. Elliott who do Eliot Glazer. He's a comedian. He sings and we we were talking about doing a show where we perform her album autobiography. Like top to bottom because I think the gays would turn album is but then. I made a video playing boyfriend from her second like an album. I made a video play my electric guitar and I found that. I'm just famous enough. That if I take the artist cover they will respond to the go-goes riposted me playing. We got the B.. Wig Snatched Jane Lynnwood do something with you done. Yeah absolutely you know. She's waken stuff too. Yeah that reads yeah totally reads reads. Yeah she's the edgy. Wanted the go. Go's holy kind of the one who doesn't WanNa be there which I love but in terms of your relationship. How much do you WanNa actually talk about our gay love? What do you WANNA now expanded? Sexual Universe with others is well. I mean we basically been together three years so we met on tinder. Yeah and we were really into each other right away we went. We went to the Roger Room which is connected to the Largo He suggested trunks thanks. I suggested the Roger Room for Thursday. Tell them the joke about our baby. I it's such a stupid joke. Say Oh we should always. We should our first born after where we went on our first date room. That's the kind of content I'm here for. That's the kind of company slapper matched on tinder hinder and We went on a date and we WANNA drink date and Roger was one of those places that makes really nice fancy drink say better choice. He makes you throw. Oh yeah because you're also carried away hitting off so when you meet someone you really like. You're just talking a mile a minute and we're talking so fast and drinking so fast and and David drinks fast. Yeah what's your favorite drink. David a back. Then it was Manhattan sued whenever we go somewhere nice usually Manhattan hotel bar. Anything like that. I do well now. I'm really into a dirty Martini right now. Okay he's a cheese Allah he is so I'm a gay man so we also Love Vodka Soda but you gotTa GotTa have a splash of pineapple. My friend spread this around. It's called Avi. SP Vodka pineapple like the not like a splash of lime made. I've never had a like a splash of Li- made in my bacchus. If you'd like one I can happily make you want. Oh maybe I get a drink. Yeah let's do as far as I get a drink. Hey Craig Scott Charlotte thank you so much for for having me on the show and you mentioned you live in West Hollywood so that begs the question. Are you gay And you know I'm just wondering not like to hate or anything just for personal reasons and Have you ever been to palm springs that the might be an indicator decatur and you know. Get back to your earliest convenience and I it would help me sleep a night. Well we got really drunk. Hong Kong first day at the Roger Room goes to La and it's a great date spot because it's very small booths and the servers there. It's one of those old fashioned kind bars where they wear like vests and little ties and they they make the drinks like really nice. Yeah I know yeah like the drinks at Grassi. Madria select really fancy drinks. That's good if you're a Vegan and vegetarian so we'd like that SPA yeah sure. We got drunk on accident fast and I didn't. It took me a long time dating leading David to know how fast he drinks. So then he'd be like you want another abby like a step behind but say yes and then we bow okay now. What do you say? I'm going to have a water and wait or more on honestly honestly Craig between you when I go out with David or his friends I let them do around. I start that makes a big difference. Okay sure sure always fighting a hangover so if I start later than everyone else usually ends well for me okay. Sure they don't get as drunk and yeah I will say he can be very very drunken he you will not be able to tell 'til blackout if talent blackout fleet rolling down the sidewalk walking into a tree and you're like operating like nothing's wrong. I think I've been with the both of you in that situation. Yeah probably yeah. We were at the Abbey after something. Oh yeah after half. Yeah Yeah Yeah. That's right yeah that's right you you and I were talking vendor pump rules. One time with US I think drinking makes you more for yourself David. It's like even more bubbly chatty in. I'm probably like I just. I closed the blinds. More sure dark way to drink all these. He's like in a way you'll stare at the room and then you'll make an observation. Yeah so people think I'm bored but I'm just drunk and then we I remember. There was a couple the beyond the the foreground of David and they were in the same side of the booth. Like making out. Now's like those people are sitting on the same side making out remember. David went well. Why don't you come over here? Ooh Ooh and then we were like making out in this straight bar. That's great yeah. We actually played. It really caught me. We didn't have like intercourse intercourse until three months in and we went and got tested first and then all that but just pretty responsible. I don't think either of US wanted to use protection and we kind of just wanted to wait that and use no protection right because if you are wait the seven the window of time and you're monogamous you can just forego it sure now are you still monogamous. We are now we weren't for a while and then it just wasn't it wasn't that great what were the was it Complicated or was it just less than Ex. That's exciting. Maybe you thought it would be. It was just like who cares. They kind of just reminded us both. I think that when you can't say with anyone you remember that only I don't why it's hard to find someone actually WanNa sleep with. That's true too and then there's also the whole dance of going through the Getting to know you part of things. I remember when we like both download laker grinder again. We were like some of these people's pictures haven't changed in through Sir. Let some of these Victims Avenue I dunno wholesome yeah wholesome unlike regular while we love and we don't have an ample amount of time together. She's living together. We usually are very like it's date night every night for us. We don't have like boring nights together. We don't have a surplus on nights together. Sure so yeah they gotta be action packed. While that's we sit around and watch a lot of horror movies. That's not boring. No no we love that thing to do which is great but I mean normal couples that they like live together might be in different rooms doing different things. Also I mean this is unsolicited. Gay dating advice but having intercourse of course with someone on the first date is never a good idea if you want to date them really we want to date that we definitely did like Hand stuff sure sure like a hand signals signals. Asl We did spirit figures. Yeah but we spirit finger here. I think we both really liked something. In each other. And so we foresaw. I saw there being time to do that. Stuff right. Yeah we've definitely rushed to like make out in touch take close up. We weren't like going full everything being right away I think building up that intimacy Before is really important to maintaining a relationship when you fuck on the first date I think you kinda final is it. Yeah I mean you could certainly have fuck buddy totally and that's fine but I have a lot of a game male friends who don't understand why they can't find a boyfriend and I'm like well because you fuck everyone you meet right away. And then that's all they WANNA do right. I want to date you. They just WanNa fuck you because actually you can't put people in little categories. Yeah Somebody WanNa fuck you get to know them first. And then a lot of times you lose your interest in Buckingham. Who thinks so? Yeah I call dodged a bullet like oh it is a Dutch. Why so many gay guys? I don't want to talk first because they just want their because then they're going to be confronted with the fact that with someone they don't like but I'm very pro sex. Fuck whoever you want whenever you want but yeah it goes both ways. If you're pollyanna like me you can also be Pollyanna. Yeah right well. That's the thing you do you you're pollyanna on not poly-amorous and I was like gay young like I was gay through college so like all the crazy or like all the three. I've never had a threesome. MM So he's had in million. You were shocked when I told you that I had never had a threesome threesomes and folks. It's like I think I think threesomes I've told Dave this because he's never had one like it's a super hot idea and then like I think five seconds in you sort of like okay. Now I wish it was two of us again okay. What's the dynamic that you'll see? That's the thing when you ain't uh-huh and I've always been the two in the couple and then there's the third and so then it's fine and then eventually you're like yeah we're forever regular third partners. I just want someone regular for once. No Return Oh maybe a little bit in college college I mean but see. I wasn't getting college. I never got to do all those boyfriends in college that you know we were very like we've never open but we were very open to sleeping with other people together. Oh Oh you played together. Yeah Yeah Sure David so you didn't come out until after college. When did you come out? I was like twenty five or twenty six. So what were you doing before that were. Are you having relations. No no I was just like deeply depressed. Sure that tracks right. Yeah No. This is turning into therapy now. This is the only kind of person who will love me. Somebody who spent most of their life repressed and depressed I. I wasn't that repressed. I mean I'm sitting here wearing a leopard print sweater talking about sex and I grew up in a house with the liberal print carpet. Yeah there you go turn me gay knowing your family. It's comedic to me that you ever didn't come out. Because it's family couldn't be more fabulous. David's family is like the Shit's creek family. Oh okay yeah what's your mom's name. EDLUND Moreland Yeah. They're very nice and Sweden linen. Larry I love that. Yeah Linen Larry. Silver really flows off dust. Yeah so when. Did you finally make the break. I like a twenty five twenty six. I mean I have always been gay. I mean I went to theater camp. I I like have always been very gay But I went on a date with the boy when I was twenty five and I that was that. Yeah I like I knew I was gay. Obviously I don't really remember what I was like so fearful of but a lot has changed in the last ten years. Yes certainly And I will. We'll say the thing. I'm most proud of about this film. Moving parts is that it shows a gay person today in America working hard and succeeding which I think for young eight people like. I don't remember a lot of content like that when I was a kid. I think I'm probably the first age group what we're like the same age but were being gay can really be like inconsequential will lick. Were not drag queen but like what is a gay artist or like this. It's really not anything well the other definitions that are less than they were say like when I this is your sisters came out in every article was like Gay Band Ray Palmer lately. Yeah but also like you're still famous drag queen and I still think that there is still some like progress to be made and like you being respected more than other drag Queens. I think I'm a lot of stray people's I drag Queen Okay sure Lesbians Gay Lesbian Straight people are merely my audience. Gay Men are might less than twenty percent What Queens do you think the gay Amen Prefer Elissa Lsu Angela Okay Trinity Kamara like really county like female popstar sort of diva care? Sure sure yeah. Yeah and I think the Joe Keenness of what I do and the Guitar Shit resonates more with like. I don't know for some reason trixie in the lesbians are I was at this event in Vancouver in couvert two nights ago house audience up there and they're like the lesbians are out. They are out in full force. They love you love them. They're the best. They love comedy comedy. They love beauty. They love Dragged the Andy. Love buying tickets and supporting you you mentioned to me. I think in London about the buying habits of the lesbian contingent in your audience. They already have the tickets. There in grey. Everything's booked already because they feel like since they like your art. They are proud out in enthused to slip a few bucks to see you. Because they're like it's worth I love it and if I don't do it it might discontinue which is a good thing for everyone to keep in mind anything that you enjoy do support it yet. which which gay men speaking which Patriots Dot com slash talk? It's easier for gay. Men have a tendency. I think to be more like the last minute ticket buyer. You know that not that they don't buy tickets but they are more like the the weak of tickets. Why will say like with this film trying to sell it was difficult? It's a documentary about a drag Queen and people. Were telling me documentaries our cells. It's about a drag queen and Double heard so. I guess I don't know I mean we're selling ourselves so I'm releasing it myself so it's Please support the film. Priori don't pirate it people keep commenting that they're gonNA pirates but you know what they're gonNa Steal my movie itself. That self release is the new large release it is Larousse Baldomero owning thing the owning it and keeping it and releasing yourself and controlling it. I think has been really a fun process to figure out. Were excited about it. People really want to see the movie and so it was getting frustrating waiting waiting around for someone to come. We got one kinda lousy offer and I was like you know what I can figure this out myself so I did Because honestly your audience loyalty not. Is Everything absolutely watch every week. People who spam every picture every day saying when a season five coming out this movie for anything I say about all year people will be like. When is it going say we go? Premiered at the TRIBECA Film Festival which is one of the best film festivals in the world. I'm it was a huge honor to be included in the festival. Astle they told us it was like the fastest sellout We I mean. We played it out fast. We've played a frame line we've played at festivals all over the world now People really eager to see it and instead of waiting around we figured out how to release it ourselves so December third it will be available for preorder And in a way. It's it's frustrating. I imagined because you see the demand for for it and then you're getting this lackluster response from releasing organizations. But then when you put it together like wait we can do it ourselves. That must be kind of liberating. Everyone was commenting on every post on instagram. You know put it on Netflix. And that's not how that works. I wish it was just see. It felt like posting on instagram. We don't currently currently have a DEAL WITH NO FLEX They've expressed some interest but posting tagging them. And letting them know that you want to see on. Netflix is probably the best way to. I mean I mean that looks to be an example of probably one of the most pro drag media places. I was told that they don't think that they're drag content performs that while if it's not drag race you have a very special special fan base of a lot of young women who do show up and we'll pay you know. I don't think that every queen how's that so I think that that's very special to you and on hopefully for this project that's based on who knows what like what are their other projects the rest of and also compared against drag race. What does compared impaired right new tricks? Caccia show Queens. Who watched we just got? You know over one hundred thousand in the views the first day. Yeah Congratulations Oh my God have you seen it. It's so so funny so funny and made me WanNa watch the crowd. I was almost ready to watch. The ground is like I don't know I I've been doing drag along time. That was his top three days of my life. Yeah we were screamed we were laughing like when you are sitting. You're pushing each other away from each other laughing. All right was so funny and Netflix. Let us do and say whatever 'cause we were like I'll just spoiler alert one of the movies coming up almost like a hallmark lifetime movie. And so we were like you guys we camp sincerely like endorses like yeah. This looks really good and they were like you know what enjoy it and whatever you want if that means you guys you know rippon it just do what you do with it. which was great though his grades for smarter them? Yeah but I've been. Netflix is pretty into drag content. But it's not saying we'll never go there. But I would love to see on Netflix at some points. More people see it but for us we want people to be able to get it will be available. Worldwide side of one of the most expensive parts of releasing films internationally as paying for the the language fees which is tricky. But if you want to watch moving parts of it will be available all over the world on video so I figured that out. Oh that's good so language. He's being the dubbing. Yeah a lot of people were like. Well it's not available in my country so I'm GonNa Pirate Ed. Don't the film made by a very few people and for we've spent a lot like that all the time. Like for touring. When I announced ONS tourist people were like Every time you don't come to Uganda it feels like you're stopping me in the face and I'm like okay. Well I'm coming everywhere in Uganda and you WANNA watch moving parts go on video English but subtitles. You're all you're all Kelly mantles on work the world tour and we're solving. That was the funniest thing I've ever heard but we were Tammie Brown GOV member. Jackie Goes Kelly was doing in her character. Yes and Jackie Sheila and Jacquie goes. Where's Kelly Sheila? Kelly Kelly's work the world tour worse pollen the funniest thing I've ever heard. Work the world to smoke Poland. Those hookers do go everywhere everywhere. Yeah with a fabulous show tonight in Iran. They won't go anywhere. That was a fun night. The timing around twenty thousand five odd. One of my favorites from financials David through your anniversary. Oh that's exotic exotic Long Beach Long Beach to celebrate with Tammy's that was a great night when after the bar with Very Barbie famous gentlemen settlement. Yeah Bill Bill Greening Yeah and Karen who we locations fabulous yeah. I had a lovely time in London with Karen Karen was doing. She's on comedy tour so we hung out for a couple of days and then we went to Long Beach together. Actually she's awesome. She's my drinking buddy from Australia. When we were on the Australian leg of the tour it would just be me and I don't drink before the show right so I would get done with the show and I'd be like I'm ready for my glass of wine to empty bottles? Reason I go on tour is because the green rooms are always stocked with mine. I always have a free bottle of wine. Yeah and Karen. was there drinking right right with me. Caryn loves a good time Eh. bill was. There and Jackie was their milk bills like milk. The Jeremy Scott of Barbie world tic- beyond saved us. Okay Gotcha Who else was milk was there? was there There was like Who's WHO's only started? Yeah yeah that's right. Yeah congratulations relations. Tammy on twenty years we lost tammy graduation week toy Wakon so there were like a few dates of Super Bowl. Cut knows the super bowl cut and we were in New Jersey at a budget in with Tammie Brown. She was your opener and she is of the right New Jersey. What was it was no? It was called like hollow broker or something. I think it was New Jersey. We were somewhere on that you Hammonton New Jersey Ya oh legendary Hamilton. Yeah it's so funny because I'm staring at the Saucy Book and she was on this. This book tour and I was watching on instagram. These beautiful suites beautiful hotels and then we have the most famous drag lean on the planet at a budget. Hamilton is very rural. And so like hey for a nicer hotel. You're going to go all the way to Philly or whatever we should have or you can stay in him. intendant somewhere kind of creepy. It's like that's fine. It's closer very proud to say like let's just do that. I was just and in Seattle staying in rural Seattle By a studio and they were like. Do you want to say about the studios get registered with the studio. It was in a daze in that shared a parking lot with an A. N. W. I was like. Oh this is incredible. Did you get the man w ensure fucking dead yet. Because what's your favorite W I love and and w h bitch root beer float with cheese. Kurds over. That's all I need. Yeah although what are they the Mama and Papa Burgers or something. They have like the vegetarian. Oh I keep forgetting that. That's right but I'm glad you allowed yourself to have the cheese Kurtz IAN W so great because it's one of the only places you can get Good Vegetarian fast food. Oh okay what if some of the other places veggie grill in La which is on the road though I mean subway's good international like McDonald's and Burger King would have a Veggie burgers Australia. The impossible worker. Yeah that's blown blown up. Yeah Yeah but we took Tammy on. I had three dates of a show I wrote called Super Bowl cut in Tammie Brown opened We took around. She's always my deep opener. But I have to go somewhere in there like we need to know opener. She is so good work with and so professional and perfect beautiful and she whips that crowd up so fast they love her at that budget end. She was Ed she was picking up the phone with a tissue papers. You don't WanNa touch the telephone. She's like my room smells. I needed requested another room. I'm like what the budget and then we went and saw the new Halloween Louis. Movie with Jamie Lee and Judy greer. Who came in our film at Tribeca? Judy greer's movie. That's fair Margaret. I saw the movie Tatyana. Ruslana saw the movie. We have a few celebrity fans of the film. Tatyana Amazon is a big fan is she loves tricks. Posted are Queens. Who liked to watch and she come into the League three times? Oh my God and then like all faith all like Smiley faces and then Emmy winning actress of Orphan Block. She's incredibly so let's say hi to work. She listens to the show. Joe Hi Tatyana please do a movie clubs sometime movie club. Yeah Yeah we I love her. I loved that. Show people get to do a queens who like to watch of a PERV. The pieces Salvi Gray. Yeah she's an incredible actress but Meaning Judy Grad Tribeca was really cool. She was literally. The nicest person I've ever met was so kind hind loved the film and then for job rakers sure let us kind of like Griller let flip. She's spoiled for us before before. It was announced that they were making a the the sequels they are. That's the moment David was in love with me. Whatever I dates because Davidson movie person he said? What's your favorite movies? And I'm glad we're getting back. The job breaker includes all greats. Love them all what's not to like. Yeah Yeah my favourite film Sunset Boulevard. I don't think you've ever seen it and sadly I wasn't able to go to that screen new beverly But Scream is actually the movie that made me WanNa make movies. Yes so tell us about that for those. Who didn't hear the screen movie club Bob? I'm thirty and David's thirty-three that movie came when we were pretty young like ten. I wasn't allowed to watch scary movies. I think it was eleven. Scream was so fucking scary. The opening scene was the scariest ever been from a movie at the time or a five. I'm looking at. Oh my God holy Shit. Oh my God. You're too young to to know that a movie like that when I was young too young to know that it was sort of like referencing horror tropes and making fun of itself but as Plain fucking horror movie. Yeah it was so scary and we love I mean like I said. We spent a lot of time watching horror movies and that movie. Well except for the opening with your Moore's kind of influenced by his spirit so like I was eleven and I was like reading all these references immediately. went to blockbuster rent suspicious. Sure like just dug into horror movie supportive of the film industry when a when a horrible becomes out we always go doctor sleep and I thought it was great. Loved it bombed at the box office but it's so good. Okay I have to see that you don. I'm still behind. Though I haven't seen hereditary I it I know are hereditary. Look disgust in your face. Their nights I read it and I saw at Phnom reading it. I've been very busy. Getting infections and things. Midsummer was nuts not awesome. When I saw midsummer I left? They're they're going to love this movie. Oh you're so right. You're so right though. Her unconscious still disgusted. That I have not seen the new spirit which is not new anymore awful. It's piece of really. I hate it okay but also very caught yet. Yeah it's like dancers and witchcraft. Shit that is so her for her. It was ways you will see. She won't go see Dr Sleep because it's too long are you kidding. She liked the spirit though loved. It loved it. Let's not trident good. act like her brain has patterns that you do see Tilda swin wearing a prosthetic penis. Maybe that's what souls as a man while she was aired isn't it yeah three different characters one of a male. That's it's not a great film. I just heard a weird movie. She's sometimes the dead. Don't die only. Oh the dead don't die. We watched that that was in grade. It's not great. Thanks so weird airy Jim Jarmusch own you are a fan. I like some funny moments. You'll Murray obviously he's iconic but yeah. There were some Meta references. It says that they were in a movie which was weird to me. Yeah I think of the last movie I saw and it was a Joan Crawford film at New Beverly About Circuits called beserk. ooh It was. It was pretty good We love her and there was some queens living it up behind his shirt was yeah. That was quite good. We just recently watched mommy dearest also awesome. It's so great and you could not understand why people like why she hates it so much and it ruined her career. It's really hard for me because the the infrastructure and the trusses built in my body are so gay. That movie does not read as somebody going too far. If anything I I read something where she said that she blames the director because it's their job to tell someone when they're needed to me. I'm like you just Joan Crawford to me is pitch perfect. I think it's amazing to me. Feud that Joan Carbonate Shit compared to the other cropper. You'll know no to me. It was like it's I mean I don't know what the real drunk Roberts. When are they going to do the High Point Coffee. I WanNa see about her specifically. They're all call her like I got a new deal but it's for commercials. I don't know about commercials. Yes she just did. I just heard it some commercial. All about him yes. I'm like insurance commercials. She's in you have to see this movie called health that she's in. Its Robert Altman movie where it's sort of a satire on the political system but it's about health food My ear it's eighty. One never came out on home video la but to have it. So I'll send it to you. James Garner Carol Burnett. It was played on cable a few times. I I stayed up late to tape it once. You know what crank vinyl girls yeah. Have you seen the final. No I haven't oh you should watch the final okay. Is that like about the horror movie trope of a movie where there's this young girl and her mother was a scream queen in the eighties and her mom died so she goes to leg twentieth anniversary. Serie screening of her MOM's famous thirteenth style measure. There's a fire in the theater. And she gets her and her friends get sucked into the movie to survive like Friday the thirteenth. They have to sort of like use their knowledge of horror movies. Too like every time somebody from strip-tease character like she's like meeting her mom again for the first time but her mom doesn't know that that's eighteen like her age so she's like chuck. I love horror movies that have that aspect of the movie theater. Then Yeah Eh like demons and also you ever see anguish. No Oh you'd like anguish quite a credit. You ever see movies people. See Not lately uh-huh Craig's lately. You ever seen the skinny pancake film from the twenty s directed by the grandfather Steven Spielberg and they only showed at once. Yeah but I got to check it out the sequels not so good so I don't want to recommend skinny skinny pancake gets bat the other the movie I watch recently Biscay town. USA Patrick swayze plays the leader of this tough roller skate gang work and it's quite good. He does some amazing dance sequences on skates yet. He Rolls. I'll show you a couple of clips from it. It's not worth watching a movie but if a disaster I honestly think in the three years of dating we've seen so many moves so many any horror movies. We'll watch how we are great horrible audience because we will pretty much give at least a good review at bad horror movie very forgiving. Well well bad horror movie. I am so bad. It's bad to us. It's bad I saw someone the other day at new beverly. I'm blanking on the name of it. I'M GONNA have to look it up. It was pleaded triple feature of Clue Gallagher Films so also had nightmare on ELM street. To which really isn't I hadn't seen that since it came out on. VHS Oh girl oh you gotTa Watch this documentary called screen. I know I really do and I want to get them on the show. Message me about it but I think we got Communication Scott Crow wires cross lying in a few of the festivals goals. We were out. Yeah when you to started Moving from going on dates to like hanging out watching horror movies. How long was that from when I met very quickly while like we went on a date then it was like around Halloween time? You had a lot of. It's like we went on. The game was gone for a two-week tour for Halloween. Yeah on a second date and I took you to the groundlings for or their Halloween show and then by their third day we had already like between the second and third date hung out a few times. I think I picked you up from the airport and we spent a few days together and then our third official date was a election night when trump one we went and saw Heavily HEDWIG OH. Wow at the pantages with Darren Chris and we got out of the show and trump had one so it was a celebratory night. All Rally But the and then I just very quickly cle- like we were hang out all the time. Have you ever heard the story of Election night it was like peaches. Christ bendel a cramped Brown know. Everybody was crying thing and Tammie Brown was like what about the whales. Well the whales palm oil and the attack was like I know this but it gets worse. I'm GonNa tell you what the whales else she brought the mood room. How tally so then? You moved on pretty quickly to hang out and sort of informal. Were you dressing up on the dates and then and when does that stop. Well I drag because you know when you first start dating someone it's really know when you're a drag queen what it's like or what it's going to be. He likes if they're gonNA find out and be worried about it or did you have that before with people getting weird about it. Well I didn't know David at the time. But he's seen every reality show. Oh Oh right so I know I had no choice also had the chance to raise It's funny actually nick. The director told me to watch when we were in college which was a funny connection? But I obviously seen him Andres I don't trust you know when you're dating and you're on those apps and those gay men who are like I'm not into Brittany or Gaga drag drag race okay. Don't tell me what you're not into. Tell me what you actually do like. I don't like wait at present yourself. Very negative yeah so I also don't trust game that are like that. I'm like we like a little bit of factory but the F- yeah I mean the first time I saw you and drag you came in met me at a AH spotlight yeah. I don't know thinking back. That was so funny meeting at SPA. Mel Let's say this. I'm not saying famous but I have raised my profile profile enough that it is weird to think that three years ago I willingly went and dragged to a warehouse party. We went to spotlight in-draughts. Let's explain for Folks Warehouse Party parties degree but I would never choose to go there and drag because you can live your life for five seconds. It was funny because I was downtown with my friends at spotlight. You were hosting the grinder. Christmas party yes downtown. So you're already in drag and I was already doubt breeding gay people for Grinder. Meanwhile I'm hosting. The Christmas party came from the Party. And you met me and my friends at spotlight and that was the first drag and you were addresses. I was like an angel. You had wings on your my friend. Ruined your Mac out of a lipstick. That's an interesting place to go and drag. Because the bathroom situation was so dark in an honestly so darkened druggy the yet I actually was kind of anonymous and also the few people that came to me. I'll never forget they were like. I can't believe you're here the people's way of saying like I thought you were more famous than you are or better things to do. We had just started dating and I was downtown. Don't tell by them so I was like oh come meet it is. I don't know I've never really been like a circuit party is considered a circuit party. I think it is I. I was at the time but it was like a drugs in music took part so I think like no one's coming there and drag so they're in drag was a little I think what are you doing here in drag and this was also three three years ago is before Really had stride. It was before all stars it was. You know I was at the beginning of your rise here. Hugh tries to fame. We have a pretty. I don't want to say boring but like normal regular regular. Yeah Human Mill Regula the relationship and I think part of the successive it is i. I don't post a Lotta pictures of him and I'll talk about him a lot of my act but even then every time he's in jokes he's only hill next to talk to talk about me when it's in his show and it's about my Erection yeah sure. And that's a that's a good topic to focus on and also it's through the Lens of Trixie as you said in film we'll tricks. These never the good person in this situation so usually when I tell a joke about David. He's The upstanding person in the shoe relationship. Yeah and I'm the garbage right. You're not telling jokes like Oh my God my boyfriend you no. It's like here's how the right person would handle it. And here's how I handle it. Sure yes a nice spin on it but it's true joke about David's like basically I had this not joke story joke. About how like getting older. My erection is not the same as it used to be but David kind of defies that role. He's ready ready. Straight girl at the Party was tell the joke. I said that My Boyfriend's Dick is hard before afford during and even after sex Dick Still porn-star erect the entire event. I was like his Dick is like you're having a house party. Everybody went home. But there's that one girl sitting at the end to your bed trigger PBR. Saying should I get bangs. That's right 'cause like he can get hard and stay hard however long you want uh-huh and ready to go getting older under it's not the same as being eighteen so like in the joke. He's the example shitty direction. Yeah what am I say after. She heard that choke. She'll say she said she was proud of you. That's very sweet. I was mortified. Yeah did either of you ever take biogra- now I haven't there's there's a bunch in the new images heart. I have a very direct. I wouldn't know if you've played around with the You know achieved that Potentially deadly erection some jokes more jokes talks about our sex life in skinny legend And then in movie in a grown up the new tour there is definitely more whether he likes it or not. But I've been with David so long. That's what would I have to draw from his this relationship in this right. He's very private until it's a joke about my private. I don't have much of a personal life. So this is the most in my personal life draw might drag like my work isn't at all like can talk about g you know. The flight was real long today today. The material I flew into town and boy my sick of putting on wigs. If you haven't seen trixie on tour I will say when we first started dating. I think I met you in Seattle for ages three and up when I was doing ages three and which was my chauffeur show and I was a little nervous because I was like. What if it sucks that is a concern and it was like two or three night like you were there for a few nights and I the first one I was by myself and I laughed so hard it was so funny money and I had a friend in Seattle I was like? Oh if it's good all invite him the second night and so he gave me the second night. 'cause I was truly so impressed and if you haven't seen Tricks on tour you should Buy Tickets to grown-up but tickets to grow up and then invite your friends and cousins. David is really sweet. He'll watch the shows and I can usually see him laughing. Unseen your shows more than I have a million. Have you still laugh. I will still laugh every time. It's truly so funny. He's good too because if I don't do a good job Bob he's pretty honest about it and he'll be like it was in your best night. Okay yeah but I always laugh. I was making jokes because David's favorite drag Queens Jinx. Select the pressure's off from because I know I'll never equate to. Oh sure David watching Jinx David is like tears streaming evening leaving we went to see Jinxing Benz Christmas last year. Which I'm sure is great this year? I'm sure we're going. We're going Sierra. Yeah Yeah we were there last year too. I wasn't actually no but I want to go this year. And if David is superman jinx is like the KRYPTONITE. David just is puddles. Crying laughing at Jacksonville together. The Christmas show is I I told them if you did this. Show year round. Go see this show time. I don't care which is that was when I first got into drag race was her season so I do like. She's the best and then seeing her live on the pod I would love to have jinx. Could you help me connect Ben and I were in discussions but I think I'm Ben. was traveling a great deal at the time. We just missed each other in New York. I think we're near Santa. Our my God. They're so good. I would love to have both the jinx's shows with major scales on the P. Town every summer I'll come in hang out in. I'm all you're doing your shows and you know the best dragons in the world turnpike down during the summer truly do show and chinks his shows are so fucking funny. Oh my God also thinking that the timing everything and she's brilliant it's a flagrant like flaunting of talent display. It really is looks beautiful. The funniest the best singer and made her skills writes her. The best music on her albums are amazing. Oh my God she is I could you know and ben is like like embarrassingly. Good at dragging the her show last summer and Pete on inferno ago was like it was like the character she was doing there was puppet tree. Yeah I mean. They're both excellent and their Christmas show is divine will have to get a ticket to that we go. Yeah responded the best the Best I've because I've seen you so many times at the Ricardo Montalban where they're running into you indefinite some show was that Hills and I I think it was true. Beverly that's right that and also that was so fun that truly hills was the best and then we also ran into each other again at the taping for alleged. Yes yes yeah where. I was horrified to discover that all those voiceover bits I did were removed from the show. That's true he didn't wouldn't wouldn't play. La Australia because it was Margot Robbie Jug those were so fun. They were only in there because if costume changes and stuff right Oh yeah and you weren't doing and I had a normal intermission Shen during the show. So what was funny about that. I happen to have gone to the new beverly that night but I was so tired. I couldn't enjoy seeing Godfather partout. You know when you haven't seen a movie a long time and you really WANNA enjoy but you're just like I'm wasted so I came back home and that's when I got your texts and it was so funny because I said okay great like when do you need these BIOS thinking like end of the week. And you're like well we go on stage in about four hours Truly that's how everything's done. Yeah I love it. That's why I've spent hours essentially the message. If you need anything for this tour can I remind you that I was at a makeup lab doing Hachette with diarrhea. Listen I know I'm not saying it was a strain for me. I'm just saying I thought it was really funny and I liked the challenge of like. Yeah with these together. We're great. I love him and I just. I'm happy. At one point of the stories of happy I left the theater when I did because I wouldn't have gotten the message. And Yeah thank you actually of the in two thousand two film please. Silence your devices and world stage weighing in and on the skinny legitimate chicks in the film. Also we see you moving houses and you've moved house again since then. Yeah Um Yeah I live I live in Hollywood. I have a condo. ooh about a home so pink. It is Arby's everywhere wall to wall pink paint everywhere White Gold Golden Pink Furniture. How many Barbie's my house? Some hundred I will say we were on tour for moving parts and we would go to town to town in the. US US leg. And we would stop. I like action figures. I had a lot when I was a kid. And we would go into these toys. Doors and I leave with like star wars or like an old action figure and you would leave the Barbie and you weren't collecting them yet. And I started collecting these action figures. And you've really taken too now. We both have new lows apartment. Art Man There's action figures everywhere your apartment. There was barbies everywhere. Yeah we've both really just like when haw walking and see like one shelf. One Shelf often my dining room. That's like I let me thirty dollars on the shelf and people are like. Oh that's so many and I'm like Oh bitch a you don't know I bring them in my room in my bedroom has has like probably seventy five and my bedroom. Wow on shelves. How many do you think you have total? It's hard to say because I have a closet of I like showing people deposit because they are all try but there's a closet just stacked full of boxes Sharia also like last year for Hannukah we were talking about this During the drink break rick yes I will Hanukkah gifts so he never celebrated Hanukkah with me so I got him eight gifts and they were kind of like toys. You would have gone if you were a kid and celebrating Hanukkah or so got you like polly pocket. Manchin I got you a Barbie makeup box and then I won't. You need a gift so I got you five of the spice girls dolls those of a lot of so. They're in the closet. The Josie and the pussycat dolls are my favorite. Yeah I have a lot using the pussycats Do you like the Josie and the pussycats film. That's all from the film. Has Something for you then hold on. We love that movie yeah. It's a great move. Parker Posey. Brilliant who go. Oh Oh those are postcards that were made up for the new beverly afternoon screening of Josie and the pawsox movie. Yes yes they did actually doesn't come no now. I can't remember who. Oh No I'm mixing it up at least Benicia for Bugsy Malone. I don't know who is there Terry. Didn't show up and then I love now and then they have have some fabulous matinees going on Josie and possessed movies great but they did all of them and You have them. They encourage you to buy those. So David got me five of the spice girls. Yeah but now this year I want the spice girls on tour collection. Oh they have a new collection. Well no there were there were a few sesame integration. Come with tour with. Yeah Yeah. So it's like the posh run comes with fake nails the baby when I think comes with like lip gloss but you a fan of the spice girls. Yeah I saw in the theater Grandma Spice Girl are you I'm not sure I'll say ginger. Oh Okay Yeah loud clothing. Yeah that tracks obviously rush of course yes and you out perfect. Yeah that makes total sense. Yeah I just got him a baby. Spice T shirt. That's so cute now. Do you have any favorites solo albums from the spice girls or do you just like them as a group as a group and the kind of Rupe so we're out of them. By the time they broke up. I had like Granada. You'd had your fill. Yeah we're excited about the reunion. Sure posh I wasn't. I met posh for I met on all-stars. Oh Yeah I met Melby unseasoned seven so both times I was like having heart whenever whenever with Rupaul was like our guest judges Emma Button I remember like falling out falling buck hours. Yeah and nobody knew her real name. AM So I was falling out and everyone's like who is that. I'm like did anyone else gag or were they just now I was dying. I remember I'm abundant told me I was wearing those big white boots and since she was like you boots have a lot of girl power and remember dying. That's amazing I mean. I told her I was like listen. I spent most of my youth pretending to be you and now most my adulthood and I just love you so much. That'd be a fun movie club so throw. I was just thinking that there'd be nice. You've come back it's not available. Yeah well that's something you know what we're talking about pirating. But in these instances I will pirate and put it up for hunting gloves not available anywhere to find I mean can hardly find A. DVD turned by one for phenobarbitol. Who's in the documentary? And Oh yeah yeah we love that. Mov- Boston yes and I couldn't find a DVD together. They had editing problems with the movie because so many times fina would say something poignant but she dies her hair so often they couldn't cut her around because she colored hair tweaks hired me blue. It'll be platinum pink green. Quite you know. She's wearing the real star of the film. Yeah we love Tina Brown. Yeah she's got the stories. Oh Yeah has assisted Caccia tour me on Tour and has done drive like fifteen year long time. Yeah I saw plenty of Boston. Yeah to see our on drag race. One day she's old. But she loves madonna she'd nuts for Madonna. Oh Yeah Oh there could just watch her doing a Madonna number at red line last week. I can't yet. They footage good. Come out of Madonna snatching a kid off the street and she'd be like yeah. That's how you do it. She'd be like Madonna deserves kid. I wonder issued Gaga Phanor. She Anti Kaga she loves. Yeah okay good. I'm happy to hear that it's Baggy Phoenix. And they really surely. There are a lot of great cameos in the film. I will say yeah. There are a lot of famous. Dr Repulsing repulsing it and Yeah Michelle's and we shot it drag on which That was around memorial. Wonder got involved because you have. Obviously they were like a lot of drag queens asked to Madrid Khan and they had but they don't let drag Queens Drag One Georgia Guan. They they had known about the filming because we obviously were on the set filming and They are they are part of the film now and Around then they started they were like basically you so make the movie and if it's good we'll take a look at it and they loved it randy invented Let's go I WANNA have them onto their incredible and they are. I think people don't realize you know world wonder who produces reduces drag races run by Randy Barbadian Fenton Bailey and they are prolific documentary. film-makers either new one for decades. Yeah they just release the document around. HBO called the Mother of exiles. Stonewall doc that's I think on you can is deep throat party monster. Whoa we partnered with them? Obviously drag race connection is an easy one to make but I must filmmakers. They've really been making incredible. Zeitgeist documentaries for a long sometimes it was a real honor for them to the also meant. NYU and David Nick who met at NYU right. That was the four of us like grab grab breakfast in New York while they were making the liberty The such of liberty documentary they met an at Nyu and they were a couple for a long time and they thought nick and I were a couple. They didn't realize is that Brian and I were actually a couple of okay. You guys were keeping things really. Yeah people don't know where no at Tribeca Fenton came to Tribeca and saw the film and he's like I I didn't and then afterwards I have a call with him and he was like. Oh I didn't realize you cupful. That's my my partner. We talked a a lot about the sort of regular aspect of your relationship to get along really well. Every couple has fight so I'm curious what fights look like when you guys have fights fights in the three years. David what do you think honestly not more than five. No real rare for real. Like um burners we're not talking for a day Maybe maybe five times tops. I would say three of those times. It was maybe us. A little boozed up and then it's a small thing that becomes a big thing and then the next day we're like I'm still mad but I don't remember why but a few times it's been Some things like we just like the love languages like we have different approaches to things. Sure and what are those. I can be admittedly pretty self involved and I get so like horse blinders on work. And what does that lead to disaster lead to you neglecting sir. nonsmoking enough time not paying attention. Enough to someone's feeling sure not not really like reading the signals someone sending until it's too late stuff like that. I'm very sensitive and he's I'm like the not the devil but like very thank matic very feelings chemicals in David is much more sensitive to like. You know anything thing like that. Yeah I will like few like months into dating we took that The intimacy tussled so called. We took an intimacy test. Okay questions well then it's supposed to end with like five minutes of uninterrupted eye contact. We skipped that we grew up the cheesecake factory down. It's hard for movie at the cheesecake. Factory it was like forty. It's a long list of questions like you ask each other And then like your love languages and stuff like that. So in terms of love languages how would you typify. Each one of yours will Davidson Aries Leo You're Virgo retirement. He comes out on the day. That's the cusp so he's on a spectrum when we met you told me Your Eleo and then it turns out your virgo a so you're being deceptive even then not which have different approaches to a lot of you know David has a lot more Brigham. But this time than I have a lot less and sometimes we have like you know problems there because you know we don't see each other enough and then on top of not seeing each other. I have a million things to do that. Only I can get done right and it turns into like honestly just. It's not about hours in the day. It usually is about priorities. Like whether or not I am making my relationship a priority and Not The do you find it hard to turn your brain off when you have a lot of stuff going on and you always have saw stuff going on. Well it's just like there is no alternative right but still I mean and also Do you ever have trouble getting to sleep at night. Do you ever have trouble. This bitch passes out. Oh I could fall asleep now if you stop talking for ten seconds start cycle okay. I'm the one who can't sleep David tosses and turns I wake up an eight David's in bed watching TV watching videos on his phone blackout. cout slow you notice that. Because sometimes he key camp all sleep and I know he doesn't want to wake me up so he'll lay there like I know he's awake but I'm Sleeping Ping sure so quickly falsely umbrella. Ask Him a question he'll go to answer and I'm I have no problem sleeping now. The then the nerve of me ice even sometimes take those Melatonin. Sure me on that Melatonin. Oh you're knocked out. Oh my God I could see when you're done. I was curious in London. Didn't we're Brendan and I actually making a lot of noise to keep you up because you texted keep it down or something. Okay the other room next to me. He told me Ardi. He's woman I had to wake up drag four hours. Yeah but I was shocked that the hotel was so poorly soundproofed and then the TV from downstairs Aiken your everything. Brandon likes to be next to me for for Brennan. Likes to like know that if I need something. He's right. There okay. Brandon also likes to make the most of his travels is nice. Yeah so I'm like I don't need to be Walla. Jason sure you'd prefer maybe the two rooms away. I love being life of the party but I got shit to do totally understood. I was more shocked to make. There's a youtube video of me right now. For a makeup channel of me and drag. It was six hours we filmed probably after the next morning. Okay sure I slept in dragged at night I do yes I do remember. I'm sleeping in dragon in bed. And there's bags next door. Screaming Drag Queen had text the normal people. Can you guys keep it down. I didn't even realize is we're being that loud so my apologies but again shocked that a very expensive seeming hotel would have such poor sound premium. Because I was saying at the Hawks Ten and I love the hot hawks in his fucking great. Isn't it trying to work deal with them. Where either get a discounted or free stay in order to mention them a bunch on the show do yeah? That's one in Paris. ooh ooh out the check that out. Because I'm thinking going to go back to Paris going to be taping a listener questions with fame anthea and then if Casey spooners there. I'm the official news channel for the spooner twenty twenty any presidential campaign so we'll have updates on that but good to know but the Paris location. There's one in downtown. La Right now and seahawks than if you're listening and I'll send you this clip. I talk about you a lot. Make it work for me so I was at the Hawks and as you know the ground floor of the hawks in is a vibe kind of place and very loud yeah I I loved going from the Shithole that I was originally booked at into the hawks. Yeah and because I walked in and like either like Larue or Grace Jones playing no Chaz jingles playing. I was like this is my place. I like like this but I was on the first floor right above where the hot spot was. And I couldn't hear a God damn thing and I was so thankful also because I was playing the Stars born soundtrack. streisand one on the loop. I don't know it just worked. It was my soundtrack so anyway. That's what gave you contract would have done that. Would it okay. So I've got to be more careful when they get into that one because I haven't seen that yet but I'm gonNA be watching it. I four just three watched it last. Take Two nights ago. I'm going to be doing that for movie. Club with Willem Star of stars for exactly right rise to fame. And we're talking about Joan Crawford before going to be doing whatever happened to baby Jane with Peaches Christ. I am taping that next month doing to with that heather speeches of the best right handers other pieces roles so good and excited excited to see the new production. That peaches is doing in San Francisco. Felons have cracker and exactly right. Yeah I'm excited. For that. He is the the Kremlin we were trying to do roaming Michelle again but it just scheduling is really hard. Yeah I would love to see that 'cause I never got to see the one we were trying to bring it to la because it's such an LA. Shell really peaches horror film that she wrote and directed. Yes I have. I loved all about evil. Natasha Leone admittedly though is a little hard to find. It's hard to find. You may have to pirate it but if you have the option to buy it so yeah yeah try to support definitely peaches crisis the best looking forward to the next the LA show features it. You're stealing only from Hollywood. No one cares if you're stealing from independent filmmakers you are garbage. Yeah you're doing the devil's work. Good kind no. Please don't Pienaar movie second. Drag Queens are like you. He got some free makeup to fall off the back of a truck. This ain't revlon bid. Right how about this. Oh I'd love one of your shirts and I go cool. Didn't you should buy one. Because I don't have one thank you you know. I think I have two of them and I had to pay for them by the way. If you have any of that extra cosmetic sitting around that you have gonorrhea ready for blush. Still can't believe that happened. That was so funny. Oh it's so funny it's a special timing was just the tape honestly. It's a type of honesty that people will see in our movie. No that's the thing. Did you think that was because you were like is this John. Here's what I thought. It was so world wonder has some. I'm deal with some hotel that they're block-booking four Dragon UK. And I've been in touch with them about figure is it. Do you have a partner hotel because I you know I'm doing drag on on UK. I'm doing a panel with Sophie Anderson and with the brick crew so John from world wonder is figuring all that stuff out but he's like in Portugal and so he's this really small window of time to do a call. Aw and he said. Can you talk at five pm tomorrow. This is yesterday and they said actually have a taping. Then but you know let's figure it out and that's why I said. Is this John because when they call back the second time I thought Oh this must be John and then as soon as the guy started saying where he was from I remembered the guy that dealt with at the clinic who was lovely. WHO said now? Listen No no news is good news so we don't call nothing's wrong. I guess it's a good thing that that's on the show. I'm happy to share that. Everyone get tested. Yeah everyone gets tested and you know what do it on a makeup podcast just to reveal your fine and I will report back to everyone about after I get the treatment and whether or not I shit myself and also want him back to sexing. Because that I'm fortunately I'm going to have to cancel Tuesday and now also to remind everyone you can get testing for free because I talked to the show while to go but the when I paid for testing before I knew that you could get it for free. I paid way too much money. And they got hit with hidden lab fees afterwards. They took so much much blood they had to feed me juice cookies. I was going through it. They tested you and found out that you have in three days. Well actually. I didn't eat properly that that's one thing I remember in high school. I tried to give blood and you have to take that little gift blend high school when you give blood in two thousand five in Wisconsin. You have to flood a little computer computer thing. That's like no I've never done drugs. Never whatever I remember clicking at yes I had had homosexual oral science. You're not allowed to begin into a room when they were like. That's it's right. took me to ruin US fifteen in there like we can't take your blood. Yeah in Armagh Ring. It was so dehumanizing I think that is so crazy that is bananas can give blood they test all the blood anyway. Exactly what does it fucking matter then again if I was dying and you said it straight blood blood be like let me go to you. Want the gay blood. I don't want the straight you don't want the smell. Yeah no that's fair I'd be I'd be like I'm fine anyway. Weightlessness and Dane Cook Dane. Coug I put on a Chevy Chase's this guy's really funny. Have you seen this guy really. Yeah Yeah I like to put on a chevy chase moving debit with Dane Cook Standard. Just drink a monster energy. Drink your material. We'll get a little different. I think we're getting close to wrapping up. It's been a wonderful afternoon slash evening with the two of you and I was wondering if there's anything else we should talk about. No I'm excited. I mean I've been on this show. I think four times three times teen times eighteen times uh-huh just I love listening to you. I guess Every time Oh that's so adorable. Thank you well. The same going finally got caught you out of here. I think the show is on a real upswing. This listen I didn't want to reveal. You're helping to the scenes to engineer all fat really truly non-essential downsizing will this admit but now I have to take on the burden of getting the positive test results for gonorrhea I have shipped myself. I don't know when you get gonorrhea shot you're you're going to shit yourself herself. I used to have an entire bit one of my shows about me myself. Okay great so again. Have a very happy thanksgiving. Maybe a diaper. I think it'd be crushed a bucket being anyway. Miss Fame this questions Brahma Chicken Lover Ninety Four. Yeah she's she'll roll it based on a chicken. Yeah I just went to. I went to the American an influencer awards and do Lottie da shut up came crashing so Tara Banks and so strictly Patel's this is what's happening thing in the world. I was with Titian snooky from many pen. Yeah and They were like we have faced tapan and is so crazy that people just wear bay state. Yeah Wow I'm wearing somewhere in the normal people just do not get you are in. I think it looks going. Well thank you thank you. You're welcome I just got some advice on face cream from his famous. Very happy to this is something I might be overly strong lights in the bathroom. They just replaced the lights in there and I have not get replaced them with the hugh lighting system that it on every other part of the room the House apartment. Whatever you call it and It's a little severe and then I was looking at it and I was like somebody old. Yeah well I I am officially an old. I mean I'm GONNA be turning forty four in February so is it I thank you Aquarius. I am Aquarius. Yeah so anyway. I need a couple tips and figured who better to ask than fame. She's got great skin. She does all the stuffs although I love her she was post before and after going to dermatologist treatments. Yeah she looks the same before both. Yeah yeah she's like that one poor that you couldn't see will now you really can't on but Well thank you for having us. Thank you so much for having thank you both for coming on and also reviewing the intimate details of your relationship and filmmaking process. Yeah if you WANNA see moving parts keeping you can buy it and you can download on itunes a bunch of places and then I think we're releasing in like forty more countries. The next week it'll be available worldwide on bemis please yes support support the film and by it. Yeah because you know it's it's a real movie May by real people not like a giant conglomerate. So we're right when you buy it. The money goes to the few of us who made it so thank you very much. Yeah definitely supporting young and upcoming filmmaker and drag artiste taste. Yeah go check out. Patriot dot com slash Creggan. Friends join the club and be amongst trixie and David still hot dog. Well after the MIC likes her off. Yeah but I mean we might have to wait now. Give test results. I want a different hotdog thing. So also you'll be coming back for another movie club in the near future for scream two three and four films. Yeah and some other stuff. Possibly Tommy possibly spice world. The future is very bright. All right well thanks so much gang and we'll talk to you soon bye Livan's like in the farther ran. You Go. If you're missing pieces never really no when you're taking like time we can rely wonder why wine and when you run in Sometimes there is a danger joking no one gave warning of your heart diseases and to starve. Never lose in Tom Bin. 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