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Shannon Leto, Yola & Cookie Butter?
"They WANNA know. Pain. Welcome to weekly the podcast learn everything you need to know about the celebrities you don't I'm bobby. Finger. I'm Lindsay Weber. And this is this is a who we haven't talked about in a few weeks but who popped up on my feed for the best reason I mean, she always pops up on my feet, but then she popped up again for this reason listen. Okay. Tab Guy He. Amylase behind he this ain't just. This from Dunkin and guess what guess. Kinda. Milk. OATMEAL honey come home. Dunkin planning. Okay. is now available at Dunkin honey starting today whole beer be good. Another non dairy obsolete. Is Tabitha Tabitha. That's amazing. Because not that I'm like pleased about you know I'm so pleased because Duncan put a lot of money recently into Charlie Demilio, the other tap, the like teenager tectonic. So it's nice that they're spreading around the marketing money because you also have Tabitha who is a prominent Vegan? Text traffic, which is exactly what we're talking about here. Again right and Charlie who loves dunk regular Dunkin. They're giving them both money which is thrilling to me, and also, I mean the most willing to me is oatmeal Duncan which I went and had yesterday the day that it came out add to go. Was Great. What did you think you liked it. Yeah. It was not too sweet. I had it in a lot today. It was a great. Love to have it as an option. Yeah, I love is great. Obviously I was going to get it this morning because you know to treat myself a with a coffee pot cafe ball copy on Thursdays and sometimes Fridays but for shrinking duck is a great cafe. Yeah. Yes I, know and then I realized my favorite coffee shop on the whole world reopened. Finally when I was worried, they wouldn't open at all until I went there instead I just couldn't what's your favorite coffee shop through your favorite? Daily Press Oh you WANNA delivers. Did you see the new Lincoln Market on the corner? That's so huge crazy. That building is cursed not building. See this building. Oh, I saw anyways I was but daily press us open their amazing I'm but you do need to go to Dunkin to try the almost Like a very. Big For this this is truly the funniest most like deep-seated bit but I don't feel as bad about it because we did get paid for by Dunkin once lake in the past. So it's not the saddest kind of like thing and you know I do feel like just like Charlie demilio was passionate about Dunkin for years before she got her big spawn I'm also the goodwill is growing between me and the brand What's funny is that like you cannot win. So I was looking at the comments on on this on now on this thing and it was like hi Tabitha like I'm also Vegan I. I don't think that it says that it's Vegan friendly soap milk and she's like, no I. Assure you it is. So it's like she must have gotten the press release from them. It's like no, it is and then someone else said that's really great habit that I loved that they're taking these steps doing plant based staff but also single use plastic cups. Tapa and then she's like well, you know what they used to have styrofoam than they got rid of science phone. With us out here like you got to pay her more because she's out here like putting replying to comments like that is. The Styrofoam. Hey. I wouldn't be doing I. Could not be me lending Dunkin further I would take the paycheck and I would make the tick- talk and I would you know move the hell on all right so you're listening to, who's there are weekly call in show where we take your questions, comments and concerns at six, one, nine, who them we have a lot of. We have a lot of comments today. We have a lot of questions most common. The shows become the comment show, which is us. As always sort of been, the case was not really what we had planned but shaw were you know when the comments are good the comments are good. We can't deny but I will say like a lot of comments today haven being bobby if Emily you're definitely not going to pay this call site I just wanted to tell you about my experience. Muslim. Fetish strain inch massage I'm not sure why I decided. I needed to go get patronage massage I literally have no memory of the inciting incident that led me to eventually walk through the door of like a slightly shady midtown doctor's office latch decides finish. MASSEUSE operated out of. And I think I paid her via though. But what happened was I was on the table was that sheet put these two like Plastic. Bags on both of my legs certainly. like I do by not with a toll Shughart and then she attached them for something that. Tighten them up like a blood pressure cuff and then released them again and they did that over and over again like throughout the whole rest of the massage experience this the city of. Electrodes and she rubbed them on my abdomen and sort of like A. Probing rhythmic way for quite a while I don't know I kinda went into that. You know that zone and you're getting any kind of isn't so bad it felt a little. Like definitely felt like she was touching specific internal organ with the electrode very deliberately like probably my liver or like my gallbladder something and after the first one because I got. Treatment, I'm a one woman low rent a goose lab for some reason I felt totally normal and nothing really out of the ordinary happens and it just. Went. On about my life and then the next time I got one I really noticed afterwards that like racing just felt sort of like. Better in my. Organs I don't know how to describe it but It's just like made everything seen lined up and like it was in the right place like doing things very happily for you know sometimes the other thing that I wouldn't scandal invasion fascist that my friend she got in from the same person person to put on his champion. Sticking per after a lymphatic drainage size and it was just crazy like. Something amazing. That looks like a species under a sea slug that you would never expect some out of human body and I was kind of hoping that has happened to me, but it didn't Anyway, thank you for allowing me to share. Sorry. good form. So sorry, french-spanish. I think you probably do thank you for calling. Don't apologize because I encouraged you to leave that call. I I don't even know if we can play that call in full because it's so long I'm going to have to cut it down just a little bit but thank you so much for calling emily I. If I'm going for a massage, it's not going to be Olympic massage I. Don't know I don't know why I'm making that judgment I don't know. I don't think I would get it. It's not gonNA be Ellen fabric massage while you're I mean I'm sure there's you know I'm not. Like, I just wanted to human. Touch my my wedding big. Do whatever. Yeah I, don't know I mean yeah I don't know. Great. Highlands Bobby. I just listened to the Joe Joe. Conversation and I was really confused until you brought in. Bo, Joe Joe, and grow Joe. Gel I. Thought. You meant go Joe. Joe was teaming up with trader Joe's for their Joe Joe Cookies and maybe was having some special line of Joe Cookies. So, then I thought. From a WHO to them scale? Where do you go Joe Joe Blow Joe Joe Trader Joe's Joe Joe. Cookies. And Joe Joe Rabbit Fall. I might have just done it for you, but love to hear your take. Thanks French. Got So we have to rank the Joe Joe's. I think you were right Joe, Joe Rabbits. The new was number four four. Is that the ranger rabbits last Georgia Rabbit I'm sorry you. Okay. But like WHO's in the list of Joe Joe Again Boho go Joe Trader Joe's and Joe Rapid. This is not a fair. I'm a niche cookie, a youtube star, and of Eleni icon. weirdly the millennial icon is to me is going to be last like barely above trader Joe's. But trade deals love trader Joe's and they love traderjoes. So what are you gonNA put Josie Wa then Joe Joe Rabbit I'm just saying loved trader Joe's as much as they like Joe the millennial icon. That's true. Go from one to four. I'm probably just going to agree with you to make this easy. Number one is number. One is Josie Wa number two is. Joe Joe Rabbit number three is Joe Joe. Millennials love her and number four is trader Joe's I. You know what? Honestly? That's already wrong. And then this one, this freak me out this call I'm I'm still lost after this call. Halen being Bobby some calling just because I wanted to provide some information that I, thought was interesting So about the to go joe, you kind of talked about how they went on different paths and how Joe Joe the. Singer of too little too late kind of looks at Joko See Wah in a different light and Mike how? Stop would have been. Different Path but I think it's interesting because a Joe Joe the leave presidencies get out there actually was offered role of Hannah Montana I'm pretty sure Disney channel made that show with her in mind and Joko. Turned it down and she didn't want to be down because she didn't want to go down that path and I really think that she did go down that path she would've been super. Joe Go see Africa and Yeah I. think that's really interesting. Anyway. By, well, you know when the execs came to her and offered her Montana you know what she said she's good out. Thank. You you know. You know the other funny thing caller called and told us that the original Hannah Montana was supposed to be Alexis. Texas. I more hand Montana before Hannah Montana, they were considering other names and one was Alexis Texas and then our friends Stephen said Emerald Nevada and that like. To Hell. Nevada is so funny. There are no other good ones, and then also it says in that article that they were GonNa, call her either Zoe your Khloe and what rhymes with that what rhymes with Zoe Khloe. She wouldn't have had a state name. Then, what's the concept? I don't know I don't know. Idaho that's all I could think of unless it's a city Zoe Idaho is actually pretty good. Zoe Idaho is pretty good by guest the question the question that the call the thing that the caller is positing I totally understand, but I will say Look at Miley Cyrus she's actually broken out of the Hannah Montana think pretty effectively I would say miley Cyrus Y-yeah so like that like. Like. Joe Joe go joe would have ended up kind of like more like Boho, maybe in terms of like fame and attention because Miley got a lot of fame and attention from that. But. Miley was able to like go beyond that teen image like though it was probably traumatic and it took a lot but like she did breakthrough and she's now totally. Kind of her own entity although you know there's also an argument that forget somebody made that maybe Hannah Montana been a successful without without Miley Cyrus as its lead maybe go JOE would've been. Whatever but like different Disney shows have different modicum of success in different Disney stars have different variables of success like Hannah's big one mile is a big one. And it's arguable that maybe Hannah Montana was only successful as it was because Miley Cyrus even though she herself was famous billy Ray Cyrus was sort of a draw there like it was like, oh, she's nepotism like she's coming she's from a country family even though ray I wasn't even a tremendous them. He was sort of a one hit one not even your non even like she kind of did but I'm thinking about like Demi Levato and I'm thinking about like other Disney stars that did do break good breakout but then there are some Disney stars they didn't hey. But I do think that Joe Joe go Joe looks at Bo Joe and says Oh God you know like in a way. That's why the interview was. So she sees. If you. If you could sit through it that interviews interesting because you see Joe Looking at Bo seen sliding doors you know like what we? Could have done or what she would have done ten years later in her career she was slightly younger. You know when what a career like hers looks like. Now, I was trying to think of city with a long e-. Since like you have to give a state long you voice Khloe Boise. Doesn't doesn't rhyme. It's not it's not the it's not the exact rhyme. Zoe Boise. It's harder than you think to do the name running with the state. Think I mean send us some of them but like it's hard when someone came up with Hannah Montana they probably like left work for the day they were like, Oh, my God it's Up On. What's the opposite of I am laws like play I am lost backwards and that's how that person felt. The in body medium time first time. Prince Harry has definitely used a spreadsheet because he is a qualified Apache helicopter pilot. They have to do a lot of training they have to know a lot of math. So minimum. He has done the math i. don't know if still uses one I don't know if he knows how to use a pivot table. But he's done at least basic spreadsheet. living with a laptop. Thank you. Bye. Good. Good to know. I. Thought about that video where he like in the interview and then he has to run and get ready there in the airport hangar remember the radio ea but that's WHA that's Harrier. Is that William Terry Oh. That's right and then they then people put the song we talked about this on part is for the song like do do do do dum when he runs when it okay. All right okay. Yes moving. I had to. Tuesday's episode when you were talking about Cain Brown because. He put out a song with that he cheese at a lot. And then the couple of months later came brown gets lost in the woods behind his house. This is further proof that Becky g person's real. She cursed him. While they were recording that song together and now look what happened team. Brown's got lost in the woods. That each purchase real and it. Strikes. against. contract. No, that's right. That's that's exactly right. That's what happened. The becky g curse is real and real. It's real. It's real. When's the last time we to? Oh, with the lesson we talked about you I remember is whenever she got. which you got kicked off the stage by security because people thought but she was just A. A woman. But she was she's gotten very successful since he was more successful. So the Becky g curse doesn't quite really. It doesn't really apply to Becky g applies to people who are who she's next to. It's like it's like Oh becky does song with like all Mahone who she dated or whatever like, and then he he flops like Becky a song with he did Arianna Guerande on her vocal cords hammering. It did happen becky joint on tour the wanted and then they break up or whatever you know like the point is she curses people and she cursed came Brown I'm just saying we're talking about fake pop culture curses. There are much more potent curses out there than the baggage cars and we won't even get into. This is a funny curse and even Becky pokes fun at and also Becky G has gotten only more and more successful as the years have gone by. Yeah. Remember shower everyone that's the one song lot on remember right but she right now she mo she's primarily. Right but like her songs are are huge hits. Bigger than shower honestly, Hey So I don't. I don't even know what you guys would say this, but there is a third one rose. My Son has been watching listening summer sing along like nonstop and one of the Disney characters on it or not I. Guess Disney Star Is. Maybe Rose Turner. I. Don't know who she is but I just think it's funny about there's like. At least three roses, I-. Ruby. Rose Turner. Turner also, you can't be a ruby rose Olympia Ruby rose done. Ruby wrote, those are the rules now. I think it's pretty alarming that there's another ruby rose at all even if she is a turner. We did really need like a young be rose. That's true like to make the Trifecta the true Ruby rose trifecta. GotTa. have. You gotTA JERRY'S Go Jo, Jo, and Joe. Joe's trader Joe's so now we have Ruby Rose Ruby. Rose and Ruby Rose Turner I wanNA know what drugs the Disney creatives are taking to come up with the names of these shows. First of all Alexis Texas Hannah. Montana the one that she's on. What's it called? Hoop and Cammie asked the world like what is this top hat of fucked up words that they pull from every? Ricky Dicky ticky unusual. That's. There on a completely different drug. They're both on like dueling. Drugs. This shed kids love that stuff. Are you kidding cloudy with a chance sunny with a chance and the name Sonny I love that Hey. What did he tell you that they went to the restaurant that the changes things kid worked at a few weeks ago and we saw him when we were like freaking out and we asked him, why do you have a job? Like we kinda thought he was preparing for a role and he's like, Oh, I just wanted to take a job like normal could have a job. So I just wanted one. So I got one. Whole so Anyway crunch. Going up to Gotten Mata routes while you're in new, Jersey and going, hey, kid, why do you have a job? We recognize you from net flicks I mean that's like a perfectly reasonable question in my mind it's a little rude shore but you know we're building character. What is he supposed to do? Sit home play video games like on the horizon at. With his friends know he's building character, he's out here building character. He not not characters for the hit show stranger things but care but character inside himself Meanwhile has buds are out here promoting a nola homes now that I'm doubting the future success of gotten. Oh but I will say that it is it is probably smart to learn a few other skills other than acting for a child's Dr in general. No. Someone else called an asked have gotten and heather. Macho Rutta were related. They're not. We've we don't work did that one? We did that one. Oh, next up, I'M GONNA play a montage of AU- a lot of your suggestions for other co hosts of the view to work with Kiki Lindsey Bobby at. Cash obviously just in terms of the Kiki. Millennial you I know if you noticed how many of your tweezers were child actors even on either nickelodeon channel. Kiki. Hillary Raisin so I think the obvious answer. Genuine spirit. She's mom. She's She's scandal Jason. Because she got her show canceled for being pregnant. She is. Has A has family drama which they won't have. They won't ever be able to talk about. she's not really doing much and I just think that she would kind of have that like Chevron Monster Energy to add to the people and you features like ten. On the fact that all of these people are like grown up. Disney channel and nickelodeon stars so. Yawn like. Other. People just something to think about. Okay. Hi e Bobby calling after listening to last week. Who's there episode and you're talking about he palmer's millennial view and I have to say, I, think he made some great choices but you missed out on a crucial wildcard, which is Caroline Calloway. The energy she could bring to that table is just Unmatched and I would love to see it. Personally, I would like to see it. I would like to see it. Okay. Well, just wanted to get your thoughts on Caroline Calloway at view millennial table. Crunch. Crunch women do belong to Lynn than. Caroline. Kelly belongs on the. Island to Bobby I was listening to the segment about who would be the best palace. Perky Palmer show and I really think that. Like a great option for someone who can do a segment who is also? Kinda unpredictable and has strong personality like a strong personality is Jay. Wow. From the Jersey Shore she's super recognizable and then on her instagram she. Is has a segment where she cooks with her kids and she's always doing like cocktail. And so I just think that she. Could really bring the right balance can show. I don't really know what jails politics are. Because I don't actually follow her I just check in or sometimes but I think that she's a through the right flavor like the right fit for this. good. On He meantime. Client it gives you the best suggestion for. Another host at the tables and I think for a chaotic host, maybe not evil but can't catic semi evil. Sarcastic evil would be sie lay. Her interim. I faded show ovationhair very, very chaotic and I think she would. Just serve the pot like crazy easy. So that is my suggestion. I who was your favorite suggestion that you heard? Jay? Lynn Spears was a great one demons. Bears was very smart one of course she's like she's like a young mother because we were because we're kind of stuck on the like a conservative leaning young mother to have that argument. But I, think we forgot we forgot kind of a category of like pundit that we really could have dug into more. But I think though maybe not our journey like we thought of more like Ceelo celebrities when we could have thought of. More like because you you've a lot of like kind of yours and yeah, like people like that because people did call in and say like like authors names, you know what about like these different or like writers in the media a lot of them were mentioned during I mean and it's like, yeah that actually would be a good fit for the show but we're just thinking of the ideal see list line-up. But yeah, I mean they were good suggestions to last comment last comment. Hi Lindie Bobby I'm listening back to. Of. Who Weekly and I got back to the North Dakota one where you're talking about Josh Jamal and I am not going to bring up anything but let's go to but I live I'm going to school in Fargo. and. One of my roommates was working. We see at North Dakota. Board of Tourism on a commercial he's like in film and. Trust do well honest weeks ago, and when I was like, don't mention Josh. Jamal. So we can't figure out what happened but Josh is no longer getting paid by the state of North Dakota. They have decided that he is not a good brand ambassador. Thanks bye. Josh do mel has finished his run as the ambassador for no north. Dakota this is an important thing to note. No longer affiliated with north. Dakota, what happened there? Whatever happens Josh them all. Well he is affiliated with a new movie on Netflix, randomly stumbled across the other day called like the new wife for something the new husband, the lost husband, the law. It's Josh Duhamel Mosley Bib in a very lifetime. Ask Rahm Kami thing that was quite high on the net flicks chart numbers. Nobody's. I'M GONNA WATCH IT I'm definitely GONNA, watch it. It's right up my alley. The clip was just like my friends over there. Think I'm dead at you have to approve it. And he kissed her and then you. Like that thing. Down spiced my husband's gone. Lost her house. This is James O'Connor. He said Teacher Momma how to run the farm. Minutes out in the barn. Red Structure Outback. Hot farmer hemp. He's the reason we come here. We go watch like the lost husband. The Lost Does justice new GIG Post Ball. CODA dumol Lindsey. I will accept you mispronouncing any other word but Dumol you gotta get. Right you gotta get it right What happened to Josh Dumas in North Dakota. Though what happened? WHO's not who's better who they have now if you do, you think he showed like more allegiance to South Dakota North Dakota got pissed they were like. Insurgent. South Dakota I bet they're very sensitive the Dakota. Next call this is so where we're wait hold on hold on hold on in two. Sorry. But in two thousand, nineteen, December thirty, first two, thousand, nineteen, the AP reported that Josh Do Dumol got a new contract to promote North Dakota in two thousand one into the nineteen December two, thousand, nineteen, he got a new contract. So the I guess the contract that wasn't that long ago, but it says the contract extension while there's to my first of all, you can tell his weird because there's too much information. It says, North Dakota's tourism department confirmed Tuesday to the Associated Press at the star of several transformers movie will be paid hundred, seventy, five, thousand dollars to. Be the face of the state's tourism campaign. For the next two years they've had contract doesn't thirteen the contract extension that expires December. Thirteenth two, thousand, twenty one he doesn't twenty that may be true. But according to this caller, we have some allegations that this contract is no longer valid. So I'm well the the Goss's the Goss's hot this the tea is steaming and it seems like somebody broke their contract seems like it seems like we don't know maybe maybe maybe it was a one time deal maybe it's one commercial shoot that he was unavailable for maybe just pissed this person off, but he still under contract I duNno, he pissed off the whole damn state perhaps. We don't know what happened, but I will say I'm Nama Little Numb US questions for moving onto questions moving into questions. Even though your morning or evening routine may have changed the past few months things have changed a lot of things about our lives. What should not be changing or just should stick around you and your routine, your oral care routine what you what you do overnight you brushing your teeth reliable thing you brush your teeth and morning at night and sometimes in the middle of the day that part of the day right routines are good. You know the best part about what? 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And it happens to be Shannon leto AKA jared's brother and drummer very smart. and. I find this interesting that this is in Daily Mail today and they're. Packing on the PDA. When just yesterday an article came out about. Fussy and how he has a new girlfriend and he's moving on. So knowing that he cheated on her apparently allegedly. wondering what you guys think. Using that she saw that and then call the cops cow the follow her Jenin out while they're making out in a deep. Let's not think credit. Well the news is out, they probably were like well, now that that's out there now we can like smooch and Publix. Let's call the Daily Mail that's what it seemed like to me. We're like car was trying be the bigger person you know, and then maybe Kara and Shannon had been dating for as long as Jesse and whatever or it seems like Jesse. allegedly art seems like was the cheater member they had to live together. Anyway we talk. In Corn Rain, they split technically eight months ago but then we're still living together because of Kobe. And so it was like, yeah, we're still taking walks together. But no, we're not together this has complicated it's cope in nineteen. So we've talked about them in that context, but it looks like because he broke the seal car was like, okay. I'll go public with Shannon and Beep Beep beep here come the paps I'm making out with Jerry does brother WHO's wearing a silk shirt because I assume the guy who always wears silk shirts. So Shannon is in the band in the LETO brothers band thirty seconds to thirty six. I'm being rude, it's a big band. It's a relatively big band. Honestly the band is almost the end the. Band is like as big as jared leto movie career at this point. Lego. If you think about it journalists movie careers actually pretty interesting because it's we comes back with Dallas buyers club but any wins an Oscar for this role that was immediately offensive and yeah even though it was immediately offensive, it's aged quickly and it's aged terribly so like that. Oscar. Win. Yeah. I guess at amounts for something he's all he will always be academy award winner, Jared Leto but like no one looks back fondly on that role, his movie career didn't like blow up after this his joker was the one that everyone forgets about because here comes. Being like, I'm going to do a better joker and win an Oscar for it. So like bite me right but I would say in terms of jared leto being known as a movie starring goes band being big I would say they're kind of at the same level in terms of leg thing. But they have a do a big fan base like it is weird when it's the band is covered outside of being band now, which is like interesting to me like they will like it used to just be like journals band thirty seconds to Mars just like thirty seconds to Mars was like Oh, when I see them all the guy from my so called life has a band now because what they came out and like the early two thousands right and now they're like A. Enough to stand on their own. But I honestly did not know that his brother was also in the band doesn't surprise me but like I guess he's the drummer. He's the drummer. He doesn't. I. Was pleased that there'd be something interesting about him but there really isn't. He doesn't make a lot of headlines outside of like. All Jared leto sweetie he brought his brother to the Golden Globes Audrey us a sweetie. He brought his brother to like the Oscars all jared leto, his brother on vacation together. That's kind of it. He got arrested for Dui like years ago. That's the most. That's the biggest Daily Mail story that I could find about him but a nice thing about him not the. Dot where we're heading? Yeah. You start a coffee company He started coffee company. Yeah. Okay. This isn't a cool black fuel caufield trading company. Or backfield trading shared his kobe recipe within style of the years ago at those very nice. But it looks like the coffee company shutdown literally during Copa Nineteen which really sucks like a casualty of the pandemic maybe they'll come back they say it's temporary but who knows Is there anything interesting about car Santana that you know about? No well, there's like barely anything interesting about Jesse Metcalfe I'm just saying like these this couple like we I, guess we've knew about them when they broke up and we knew about them living together after but like I wouldn't say this is a couple that I'm like playing neither. One of the members of the couple is anyone I know really at Tanah about aside from like him being a semi millennial person because of the movies he did when we were like sixteen years old and Sir being rang. So she's on Berbick thing is she's on Vida veto vitas that showtime, Show Stars and it got cancelled Wilcox Okay Sorry Sorry loops. Yeah. anyways that sucks that the show got cancelled I have a car Santana game before I get into that game, she gave you enough to get a game actually yes she did. There's a interesting seconds tomorrow, Mars Story they got sued and like two, thousand, eight or two, thousand, nine because they didn't deliver the promise number of albums that were in their contract that they had signed in nineteen, ninety nine. So I guess in one, thousand, nine, hundred, nine, they delivered they signed a contract with their label that was like we will deliver x albums in x years, and then like eight years later, the label sued them it was like you didn't deliver the albums and time. But they fought back against kind of they. They were like this is this was a shitty. This was a shitty contract was a shitty contract also the reason that they that they settled and that they were sort of allowed to win, they probably had to pay something but the reason it sort of star were able to get out of the contract. Yes. was because of none other than our Ip Olympia to handle it who comes. Every once in a while I know let me to Holland comes up a lot on this podcast. Listen to this. This story from the La Times in looks like two, thousand nine. The lead of this unbelievable a few weeks ago jared LETO got a letter in the mail. It was addressed to the thirty seconds to Mars Singer and formal feminine script and arrived on Dick Azer. Colored Paper The return address was the real surprise however the Paris of Libya to Haviland the gone with the wind actress who in a roundabout way helped save the band's career last year the group is staring down thirty million dollar lawsuit from apparently will emi over future ball but the contract case involving Jalan decades ago seemed to offer legal precedent for a way out quote the California Appeals Court ruled that no service contract in California is valid after seven years and it became known as the Law after she used it to get out of her contract with Warner Brothers then you're like, oh, we're friends now were pen pals Astra to be documentary, and she said no, but we pen pals like oh He he wanted to marry about making the album and like hot on the drama behind the lawsuit. Well, it's interesting Olivia hobbling is quite litigious because member she also sued Ryan Murphy Feud because she was like you may be looked like a real you maybe look bad. Life. Right. Every old ladies like I drink two shots of whiskey like a day and I'm one hundred and thirty and it's like I smoke. Land fighting for her right to get. Should he contract help save Jay Leno's band? Labor rights, labor rights fighting for labor rights yes or no you have a you have a game about Sarah Santana. So I found this buzzfeed article couple of things you need to know about car Santana Okay and I was like thirty. You know how much you know how you know how I love to be told what I need to know about somebody. S. Respect that a lot of things. So what it was was it was a quick little rapid fire interview. They asked her thirty quick questions and she answered them and then that's all it is. It's just this list and so arguable whether it's thirty things I need to know versus thirty questions. Thirty things about her thirty thinks she said once and so I would argue that there are things that I should know above these things but that's fine. They're live things. I don't know you know this be I wouldn't put these above anything. I need to know like my social security number I'd put above this. Exactly. Exactly. Yeah. No and by the way. Car Not Kara someone read review the question and then the answer and you're GonNa tell me that answer car or not car because I made some of them real. So it's is true or false really true or false. It's okay but I've never okay I don't know any. Okay fine. I'm going to scan me hard. What's the first thing you do when you wake up in the morning car or not? Kara check my emails that immediately followed by Coffee Kara. That's true anything. Okay. What's the last thing you search for on Google and then Entrepreneur Rick Devices we compete here page. Carbon. That's car. That's car. Okay. Who is the last person? Who called her texted you? My best friend just Karachi car or not Kara. Is that car or did you make up that name? That's not car. The answer is my best friend. Kelly chill the Dinko. There no one that's just her best friend. Okay. What was the last awkward situation you're in and how did you handle it car or not? Kara I farted in line at Dunkin donuts yesterday in two people in front of me turned glared and then I started laughing and they started laughing and then I ordered my usual which is a large dice coffee with two pumps a French Manila's world is that Hara? It's not okay. Last. Awkward situation was I was doing a photo shoot at my home. I am a total neat freak. We had to rearrange furniture when the photographer's assistant move my couch what was underneath can only be described as disgusting and I was mortified I literally almost died I basically yelled at my assistant to sweep it up and gave my cleaning lady talking to just because you can't see it doesn't mean it's not there she yelled Oliver staffers. Okay what music are you currently listening to car or not? Kara I never really listened to music because I. Love Silence. Not Kara. That's Kara Okay God. Oh. Okay in sync or backstreet boys. Coronado Kart. No strings attached towards my first concert. So it's going to have to be in sync. My as she younger than me Kara. Not Kara she answered neither a synchronized and choreographed grown men. Dancing is a no go for me. Isn't that crazy like ants that's also just rude. Okay fine. Your she is like just approved that she has no sense of humor, Netflix and chill just netflix car or not. Kara isn't that redundant when you net flicks aren't you in essence chilling. If that's car than she can honestly fuck out. So she can fuck up. Hannah, Montana or lizzy McGuire Kara Kara wrong age demo. No clue. Dumb Oh demo demographic. Oh I thought she called Netflix I thought she called Buzzfeed Demo. Rude is. That car. Does, she sound like a terrible interview I couldn't believe okay. Play along at least and finally tell us a secret car or not Kara. I'm pretty sure I hit some with my car twelve years ago. But I never stopped to check and make sure they were okay and I think about what happened to them every single day of my life. Gets Kara. That's not Kara. The secret as I hardly cry but I love the feeling of it show my God. Interview that she she sounds like that's scary. So Interview. Okay Let's move on. Then I hit somebody with my car twelve years ago. Didn't stop to check like I Not Understanding what Netflix and chill is, and then being like I'm not going to answer that also saying grown mentioned dance like get out of here who How does she's talking to my sister about Thomas in Nicholas and how attracted? To him? As children watching. Hits like rookie of the year Hidden Arthur's court. and I was like what happened to him and let me remind me that he was also in the American heist film curious which I had totally forgotten about. but that was a long time ago. So wondering if he's up to anything now and If. So what might that be Please let me know he was. A heartthrob of my childhood. So I'd love to make sure that he's doing. Okay. Oh. Hey That I saw for. A a child's he honestly weirdly like a very successful child Dr who made a successful transition to being like an adult star could link American Pie he was technically an adult played call. He played high school everybody was in twenty years right. Like the Second Tier Fr- The friend Group of American pie like he wasn't Jason Dixie wasn't John William Scott. He was like second tier in that whole cast but still yeah, he was. Such a big kid star because like king. The King Arthur's movie and rookie the. Near come on Big Komo I. Think he's still also does stuff with the cubs like he's still kind of like has like a role with the cubs as kind of a weird honorary mascot. He links follies sings a song or something for them. I feel like I had a crush on him but I didn't know I had a crush on him. I was like I love rookie of the year you know sort of like, yeah, it's like Yeah I. Love. It must be that I love baseball. Baseball. His this school seem school. Why do I feel special things about this film it must be the baseball. Dad Can I have a baseball glove? I did try to get into baseball card collecting for like one weekend and I was like stupid. EMINEM? Your mind. Back to. My Dad's probably privately thinking. This is GonNa last as long as the EMINEM tubes. Okay. So if the good news is that he's fine, he has a band, his twitter, his twitter name. Tin Band which I was I I laughed at but then I realized it's his initials Thomas. Nicholas Band Bam on. He's a musician. He has a band. He has a Patriot he is doing all this stuff and he's they just came out with a new album I didn't listen but you could play a clip here. I wonder if it's good will singer and he was kind of funny is that in some of the projects that he does when he's still acts occasionally he pulled the tiffany amber theissen meaning he dropped the end. So in some of his projects, he's just Thomas Nicholas which I don't really. As, he went from having three first names to having to first names and it doesn't really work for me. It doesn't I was GONNA say it's it. The ESPN actually helps sort of soften the edges of having to first names don't write three hills exactly what I said Ya. And he's in his one of the most recent movies that he's in this movie called adverse. That's coming out this year that clearly was like kind of delayed and whatever because of cove it is a very who we film I thought. You know it has not just him as the lead, but it also stars Lou Diamond Phillips, a classic Sean Astin. Mickey, Rourke and Penelope and Miller Jake t Austin member from this pot. Why? How is this? Again. I was going to say, okay. Well, here's the thing. First of all, this cast is like straight at Nineteen ninety-six but yeah. I was GONNA. Say Thomas and Nicholas has like the best case scenario and Andrew Pecans the worst case scenario is Andrew Keegan part of Nexium is interviewing totally on no no no, that's false. That's false. Andrew Keegan did briefly have a colt that or cult over the other call, but it was sort of like the. Be called it was. Really Yeah it wasn't like a bad. It wasn't. It wasn't a screwed he was like weird and A. Next rests no no no it back. He got a lot of press for like that reason where he was like Oh, we have a house in Venice and they're like we come and do. Like Meditation and then. Co Wallich Ray. Right. He definitely got the press for that but it wasn't. It wasn't nexium. But anyways, they're all in this movie that is like about like drug something. So it's a neo noir interesting right but it's definitely like Vod kind of project. What's her name come on? What's her name? The girl from? Iraq, who then became the Disney Star Oh I carly carly, and then the the mean where she's looking at the computer and just interesting that's me Oh. There's a new neo noir out starring. Mickey Rourke and Penelope Ann Miller interesting. Right like that's kind of the that's exactly how I feel too. I'm sure people will watch this like it's definitely the right genre for an for vod film. Movie speaking of Neo Noir is the movie that I tunes and Amazon keeps recommending I watch and like it's like now rentable for nine dollars in the next week, it's like for four dollars and it's like the ninety nine cent rental of the week Arkansas. What is that? It's like Vince Vaughn and the him the other Hemsworth no, it's not the terms with Liam Hemsworth and they're like in Arkansas. What are they doing there? I don't know. But one of the letters of Arkansas is a skull. So I feel it gets dark. Yeah. Anyway movie just came up for me recently, the Eva Eva with chastain. What is that movie? I don't know what is that. It's a movie called Avon. It's ours Jessica chastain and the posters like her in the middle of the I'm telling you right now the movie things are so confusing it's like up his down right now like even true movie heads are like what's going on like because the Vod's getting mixed in with the real stuff is is very confusing whole. The most annoying thing is like some vod quality ship that's going to actual theaters and it's like, no, no, no Sir I wanNA watch the Russell Crowe. Movie where he hits road rage at my house I, don't want to have to Canadian theatre to watch it like why are they were leasing? Why are they releasing the Russell Crowe gets road rage movie, which is the most vod thing. I've ever heard in theaters during cove it and not on I tunes for nine dollars because I would pay nine dollars to watch him go crazy a truck, right? So No, saying that's a very confusing. So the other interesting thing about Thomas Nichols or Thomas English. Nicholas Thomas Nicholas is that his wife is this woman named Dj Colette who is Dj? She had a bunch of dance records and albums and one of her songs was on the devil. Wears Protestant. Would you play it because I can't? Do to my Internet being down yet again. What song is that I don't really recognize it from the movie I've Seen I've the movie a million times I'll recognize. When IT COMES I know what it is. It's the moment that she like comes home or something if. Adrian Grigny is like an agent grenades light. Your six now like a scene where he realizes she's sexy for the first time because she's Wearing the like the expensive lingerie from. Gotland. Will. Yeah. I. Think that's when it is. You have to fact check that. That's That's fucking crazy I will. Location of this song. Hi, this is future bobby reporting from the future. I scrubbed every second every few seconds of Devil Worship Rodman, a longtime scrubbing that movie looking to the soundtrack I was wrong. It's not that scene that song is actually the Atlantis more set cover of seals crazy which is a good cover. All probably play a clip here or after this little bobby segment, I couldn't find this. Dj Colette Song Anywhere Yes. It's on the soundtrack. Yes. It's listed in the credits I couldn't find it anywhere. I'm assuming it's playing subtly in the background scene with Simon Baker but that sounds like a difference on also so I really have no idea what's happening as far as I can tell that song is not actually in the Devil Wears Prada. Correct me if I'm wrong. Okay. Back to the past. Dj Colette is his wife's. Family and she's got a song on the soundtrack of product which I would argue is you know timeless timeless school family. Yeah. I think Bobby I just told them minute ago but my call was range anyway. The basic. Message was that I just wanted to give a little shout Sheila I don't know that much about her, which is why I went off the rails in the call in terms of explaining his year or sandwiches I I don't know. but she has an amazing album that came out last year and was featured on highland song all. Righty Yola. is absolutely a WHO but she is. Who and I think a lot of people know who she is but here's my thing about Yola. I was so mad when I had never heard her I heard the name but she was nominated for four grammys this past year and guess who else was nominated for best new artist grammy alongside her fucking Billy Irish Lizzo. So Billy Irish and Lizzo sucked all the air out of that room and it's Kinda. We focus we do a good job like looking at that list of best new artists in like. The love of we love a best new we totally overlooked her and didn't get into it because amazing. Actually the kind of music that we're in the moment I was like, Oh, who is this? This sounds interesting like, oh, I don't see, and then then the car mentioned high women and I was like what? She's not part of the high women I don't know that name and then you look her up and it's this woman. She's like thirty late thirties like thirty seven I think and she's been making music for like twenty years but she's done a lot of backup singing and supporting singers evenly she did backup song backed up for. Failure she went on tour with massive attack. To do the vocals part of like you know like electronic music and she's British. Also there's a really good interview with her in the Star Tribune and she talks about how like for the longest time I just didn't have any confidence like I thought this is where I stood and like I didn't feel comfortable being the leader and she says I never ever wanted to ask anyone helped me with something I, wanted to do before I was thirty never no one was willing to help everyone wanted me to stay indebted to them. In some way I was a utensil to be used and at the moment she's like you know. What fuck this I'm going to go to Nashville she was always very endeared to like country music and folk music like American country and American folk music because that's the records that like mom listen to in the UK and she moves and she's like I'm going to go to Nashville and I'm GonNa fucking do this now that I've had a little bit of experience and then she made Dan Orbach saw one of her like videos and then like reached out, and then they made this album together and it's amazing like it's fully like I was listening to it and sometimes you hear like an artist and you're like, Oh, this holding. Our back did. He did ultraviolet heated ultra vires. To have him work on your record, just gets you a lot of attention which is cool and he's very supportive really had to like go to Nashville and not restart herself but even with twelve twenty years of experience just it was like a new genre that she had to like kind of ingratiate herself into and figure out where she fit into because her she calls her music country soul and it's like, I think you know that's accurate. But it's still one of those things where you're like you're like one toe in and you almost got to go like full in in yeah. Will you be respected by the industry if you try to deviate from the industry norm and it seems like she is, but she got nominated at the grammys for best new artist, Best Americana Album Best American roots, performance and best route. Song there her single was far away, which is amazing I will play a clip here like hesitant amazing chorus. It's also just cool that like a black British artists like is getting nominated for best Americana. Album. Really Right. Like it's just truly like about the quality of the music, it has nothing to do with like where you're from or whatever. Over full name is Yolanda courteous. That's why she's Yola for Yolanda Pacific over spotify. It's like the number one song her spotify is the high women even though it is on her spotify, she's on the cover she's just sort of the women did the home is that's she's an unofficial number one. Of My favorite album of the past whatever. So like they did an album and one of the songs was kind of a song where they brought in other women's voices to like kind of tell the stories of different women throughout history and she was part of that collective like she's not in the high woman but on the high woman tracks, she's a featured artists on that track. Yes and so but this, that's the song that's like. They sort of like gender switch. That's why that's so cool because it's like a song by name traditionally, and then whenever they have to play this cover of goodbye yellow brick road because I've listened to it like one thousand times in the past forty, eight hours as a song that I already liked it was like I'd never heard it before hearing this version. It's like I finally get it and even though I already liked it whatever playing here. She's made for she looked at him a tiny desk which I feel like the NPR like music seal of approval. You got a lot of momentum coming behind you which is. Really lame but it's the truth. Okay. You're you're rambling a little. I wouldn't have known about this caller. Okay. Next call. Hey, Lynn's yet It's. A along ten long time. So, Christ issues about us and it says. R.I.P, makes me think of something that I think about calling about a lot but it's really not that interesting but is very who he which is sometimes when I get gas. A, little TV show is just Marie the new know and she has a gas station TV show. And I. think that's a really really funny. And it's always really jarring because I can't remember who she is or why no her then I'm like Oh. Yeah E. News. and I just I don't understand how she has really pivoted to gas station television or white gas station television exists I guess. being cuisine confronts. This is so fucking funny because they realized that Maria Menounos has not just one but two gigs where you are forced to watch her while waiting for something Mitch Hold Television you are literally being held hostage and you're forced to watch Maria Manetti both at the gas station and also as the host of new V. If you go to like an AMC are regal, not like kind of a fancy, not that these aren't fancy but I would die to go to any movie theater who we kidding. But like a standard movie theater, they'll be a new intro where they do like behind the scenes and it's hosted by Maria Menounos who's like welcome to movie. Spell like movie but with two Os in an end, your movie experience is about to get even better guys because the arcade is almost here. That's right. Starting Friday the big screen will bring to life some pretty awesome augmented reality games. All you need to do is download the new the arcade APP head to movie theater early and get ready to play see. Literally Maria is like hosting both of these things. She's also the host of gas station, TV, AK TV, and which she has a show called better i. think it's called better better together with Maria Mode Monosso when you're like gassing up your car which I have experiences before and you're putting gas in your car and you'll hear Maria menounos out of the corner of your eye and you'll see her and she'll be like. Pay Your taxes. It's probably a good idea like that's a tip from me. Maria Menounos like it's always like or she'll say, did you know that frozen vegetables are justice nutritiously packed? If not more than fresh vegetables exactly is TV presents better together with Maria menounos nutrition tip of the day Rosa vegetables healthier than fresh produce actually because frozen veggies are picked blanched and frozen at peak freshness often preserve their nutrients more than the fresh vegetables sitting out for days at the market. Who? For more check out better together with Maria menounos against always like a fun wellness a Jesus in fact from Maria Menounos and you're like I didn't ask you know but that's she's out here. Just like in your face at the gas pump you know and I was reading their website like gs TV gestation TV, and they're like our demographic is everyone because everybody is like has to watch this when they gas there's a really funny. There's a really funny like A. Line graph to be made like a really steep bell curve in regards to Maria Menounos relationship to like interest and time where it's like people are really into Maria Menounos for. Thirty two eighty seconds, and then the more you pass eighty seconds it's like I can't stand Maria menounos anymore, which is exactly the type of person you want to host this stuff. Yes, and chat to at an anxiety who did tweet this who put it all together for me? I. Don't know who of my new kings and Queens needs to hear this. But if you have a car, Maria Menounos also has a program on the TV SCREAMS AT GAS STATIONS AKA GAS TV I am not kidding because somebody had said I, miss her bro and it was a picture of Marina move. On. So you don't need to watch, you don't need to go to the movies to enjoy Maria. Menounos presence just go to. Fill up your car with some gas and she'll be they're telling you to like I. Don't know frozen vegetables lows. Make sure you close the windows in your car, but you know so it doesn't rain when it if you don't know you know. So doesn't rain inside your car that's a tip. The tip and the other tips such a natural she's able to say things that are unnatural. So naturally, you know like the word movie. You. The most unnatural word is movie a misspelling brand version of movie. And it rolls off her tongue like butter right and me I'm struggling to say them like new movie know I'm trying to say movie. But I'm saying Newbie or you're saying movie and then you're laughing out loud like Maria Monroe says. Exactly and she's just able to say no problem. She's a professional and that's the difference between us. She's a professional know unlike when someone points a camera and Maria Menounos his face and says, now remember Maria you're to be speaking to people who are filling up their gas tank and they only have ninety seconds to enjoy your company and she's like, got it. Great. Nation. Really, warm for someone who's like only happing touchy because they're worried about how expensive gases she's actually is a really funny like the direction that she's given in both of these jobs. It's like Okay Maria you're GONNA you're speaking to an audience who was sitting down there like turning off their cell phone, but they're still out to use it. They're starting to eat the popcorn there like talking to their friends they really don't WanNa wash they WANNA to watch the movie, but you need to engage in any way. They like movies, but they don't like what you're doing and you need to give them movie adjacent content, but it is not the movie that they have paid to see. Your presence is making them miserable. Just make sure you don't personally make them miserable. Okay. Don't make it worse for them Maria. It's already bad enough for them. Terrible. Audience is somebody filling up their gas and there is no tool for them to clean the windshield. So that doesn't. I you have to get there at an unannounced. The tool is there's just no water in the bucket so. FUCKING HATE THAT ISSUE That's going to get caught watching Maria menounos. Also Maria you're on a tiny screen probably had dirt all over it. It's bit you're barely visible also wait oh, my I just realized liquor is on the small screens and she's on the big screens that's called she s the range. Honey small screen took large scream. She literally the range. Queen of both small and large format. I can't deal and she spent a lot of time on the middle range screen which I would argue is TV so she's done everything she made her mark in the middle and then she realized her moment was large and small Maria extremely news. That's what we call her the extreme. Honestly what's next for her I can't even imagine what could be next for her like outer space TV or something I. Don't even know I don't know but I'm officially calling Maria Menounos the extreme from now on like in twister or they call Bill Paxton, the extreme no move away Bill Paxton. Well, he's dead that said Maria Menounos is the new extreme. That's incredible. She's officially Canon. She's extreme. Stunt she. Can Now let's move onto a very quick game of who were them. What is the? What is the cereal that Tony's always eating in Sopranos? There's like Tony Soprano was always I appreciate the Tony Soprano's always eating sugary cereal in the Sopranos which I've now finished and is now like old news at this point but I was like, oh That's part of his character like he likes a sugary like childish cereal, not all of us all of all of us I understand my so many people would want to like revisit the series of their youth because it is fun but maybe you think that's not really the healthiest thing in the world try something with a little younger and a little less whatever. 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That's magic spoon dot com slash shoe enter code who for free shipping. Highlands in Bobby longtime longtime. So as something you can help me I just cashed for lovecraft country and I saw that included Mike Okay Williams who for me living in Baltimore is like an institution for his portrayal of Omar little on the wire. When I said his name to my boyfriend who is also from Baltimore it was like no name recognition didn't we was until he saw a picture. So it's Michael Michael Liam's a who or them thinking so much indoors dry. Michael K. Williams who are them one two, three who? He's character actor I think he's character who like if you watch the wire like if I call my brother right now, he'd be like, Michael wanted to Saddam the iconic I love Williams but I don't. I. Think it's I. Think he's character appearing outside the wire he's like mostly uses a character actor. He just is I. Reckon he's in a million things. He has a lot of by connick little roles Yeah Omar's an iconic character but I feel more Omar than he is Mike Okay Williams you know interesting. What he I don't know. No. I don't know I i. thought he was he's he's had other iconic roles but. Omar is still the biggest, the biggest one, and if if that's not enough then yeah, I don't know He's also in a movie starring Vince Vaughn and Liam. Hemsworth called Arkansas. Heard of it. The there's have you heard of Arkansas skull. He's in Arkansas, the skull there. He's in Arkansas he's in are credible. He's Third Bill Leopold's worth Clark Duke. Michael Kenneth Williams. They give them the full Kenneth, their vivica Fox this I don't think I knew what the case at its Kenneth Needed Eden didn't rolling who assumes nepotism Chandler Duke, John Malkovich and Vince Vaughn. Is we I'm sorry I'm Vince Vaughn and John Malkovich are like at the tail end they must be like one scene. No Vince Vaughn is featured heavily in the trailer. I think it's just like he gets the fancy. The fancy like an and right. Hey. Who Weekly first-time me Jim Time Ambrose. Beers. Literary. For them. I think this is so funny. members stop. Bigger. I think we just got a couple of like English majors calling in and being like L. Awhile like high. English. Majors who like. Ambrose Beers, were having a fight one, two, three who. Absolutely. I'm honest wikipedia was like, oh no. His book, the Devil's dictionary was named as one of the one hundred greatest masterpieces of American literature literature have not read it and historian occurrence at Al. Creek Bridge has been described as one of the most famous and frequently anthologized stories in American literature have read it don't I know I had to read that in school that name sounds familiar but let. Appeared which is pretty cool and interesting. Disappearances or them e right like that's thought good what I'm saying but like he disappeared. Wait that they did he come back. Oh they never saw him again disappeared and they never saw him again. Yeah. Oh disappearance disappearances a whole section of Kapadia. Oh don't go there. Don't go there. Don't know. Oh This guy's got a story. We've just I just didn't know it. He's got one more story to. Looks like I got read more about this dude. WHO Is a WHO, let's kind of hands off the. List of people who disappeared as the worst wikipedia page I could ever click on like it's just like list. No. Don't go there. I WANNA go there though list of where is that? It linked. Who Disappeared Yeah Pre nineteen seventy Oh my God there are several of them only other several post nineteen, seventy for other lists of disappeared persons, lists of people who disappeared. Oh, my God Oh, this is dark as hell. That's what I'm saying is snoopy still them. Like, when was the last time anyone under the age of twenty saw anything resembling snoopy in advertising or anything else? Anyway, it's something I. mean. Just, newbies still do those like life insurance ads everyone snoopy leg weird spawn. It's a really weird. It's like, okay. Really Weird that snoopy was the face of a life insurance company. Think about it. It's weird but snoop about it. It's weird snoopy who are them one, two, three, them. Still have mccomb on people still show their kids those. Like in. The cities and all the peanuts, seasonal films, your. Home Your Halloween Dog Gig the snoopy dog it's like Oh your friend had a kid like get a snoop stuffed snoopy and woodstock like that's a cute queer relationship like we like to be in woodstock but it's I just funny to me. Now I'm thinking about snoopy selling life insurance. It's really weird snoopy's. Anyway, so he's always like to be has your. Hope you're insured because like it seems like it's dangerous that he's always like in a plane. Yeah he's always like fighting in a plane like that says like weird obsession which is like trying to creepy right luckily, he's life insurance and. Metlife, you know who the money goes to woodstock. No. Though the money doesn't go to woodstock because they're not like domestic partners like there they were never allowed to marry. So it's just like tragedy and like the money goes to Charlie Brown and in Woodstock it's left high and dry, and then Charlie Brennan's like. It doesn't have any money to woodstock even though he should exactly what happened does exactly what happens that's exactly what happens. Woodstock this fucking left high and dry at some shitty. Tree that doesn't even want to live in. Age. Raggedy a true tragedy. I'm sure I wanNA find some peanuts fantastic because I'm sure none of it is positive like I'm sure all peanuts fantastic is like bleak because how could it not those kids? They're not growing up well adjusted they're growing up miserable all of them. Okay. Remember when the today show people dressed up as being further proof. Further proof. Look up those photos. If you haven't seen those photos I'm we've mentioned before but if you haven't seen the photos on today, show people dressed up as the peanut characters you have to google them was with the motor hold it was. One of the most insane experiences I've ever had looking at them dressed as the snoopy kids whoever did that make up? WHO's the? Who's the like dirty? Carson Daley. The dirty one pick minus maybe no, that's the blanket one. WHO's the dirty one victim Bam pick ben speaking of mysterious disappearances. Pig Pen would disappeared like when he turned nineteen, there's no way pen like is still around. Okay. Like. peppermint patty like when's the last time you saw pig pen and she's like Oh we don't talk about pig pen his his tax measures is green and then just never heard from him again. God. Stern. I know I, feel like if you're tackles just turned green, you need to announce got an android or else I'm worried about you to call the police. No. Yes. True. If your text messages have previously always been blue yes. If they turn green I'm worried about you need tell got an android or I'm calling please Miss Weber you can't make a formal disappearance claim until forty eight hours have passed. But the turn green. It's like we were sitting car. We're sending a car. Where's that a guy right there we'll be right there. Okay moving on. Next call. High again, I just call it was really long rambling message about cookie cutter our I'm GONNA call again. And part of that because I really really would love to know if it's who are them so wholly. Over Specter, guys. If you don't WanNa play the short call I get it but. Still. I mean, come on like that's a good question cookie butter. Like. Moose tracks like I was that conversation went on for too long but that's supposed to be out of. 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"On the next Ron burgundy podcast. This is actually exciting. You got Mr Peter Dink Lynch Chang's impersonal poetry, actually. So a lot of people actually find poetry interesting. The same machine away series thrown of games and game of thrones. Ron in any surprises. We can expect from Tylenol Lancaster, curious minister. Iheart radio is number one for podcasts. And it's easy to see. Why? Find the Ron burgundy podcast on the iheartradio app or wherever you get your podcasts. Mrs iheartradio's Pratt past but Vanessa them, all and the handler. Hello everyone. Thank you for joining us on another episode of Pratt cast as always is your host dean angler joined in-studio by. That's gremaldi Vanessa. I don't know what I say when I say, I'm just make up. No. But I'm I'm getting over cold or like, I'm in the middle old. And so it's just been a struggle. I, you know, my my sinuses. Sinuses are all messed up. I thought that it had sinus infection last night at like two AM. And I was thinking about going to urge and care, but I struggled through it. We got we got to talk about the hill today. So I figured you know, I had to get into the studio. But how are you today Vanessa? I'm good. Well, speaking of the hills rebuke as we always do on our favorite podcasts cast at Billy the practice doll. Do do you? Check your DM's on Instagram. Sometimes I do typically a lot of brands will reach out via diem on Instagram. And so it's good to kind of keep up on them. While you ask. Yes. I always check my hidden dams every message if I don't write back to people I'm still reading your messages and this one day in October last year twenty eighteen I get a message from I don't remember what his name was. But I get a message from someone saying, hey, I have to find the message. But it's so vague in my memory, but basically asking me to give them a call for a new not. I don't think they use the word new before a reality TV show that they would be interested in me being a part of the cast. And also like, oh, I wonder what this is some. Obviously my career peaked. And I was like, okay. So here's my number. Call me whenever so they called me. And the only reality show I've been on walked onto the bachelor and on fear factor. But I was ready to try something else other than just a dating show. And so, oh, you know, what rebooting the hills? Okay, interesting. And they said that they're looking for some new faces to be on the hills. And they had asked me if I was still living in LA. And if I was still single and what my work was like. And so basically just like some background information on what I'm doing and where I'm living. And I think the fact that I wasn't living in L A anymore was like, I don't know. Maybe that was the reason or maybe just they just didn't want me. But I was basically asked to be on the hill reboot of the hills. Just to be clear. It wasn't the hills. Montreal it was still the hills. No. In montreal. We have like so so what happened then with the whole process, then you had a couple of conversations with them. You told them that you live in Los Angeles anymore. It was it was one conversation of us on the phone and just going back and forth about like my work, and I live, and I don't think I seem that interested because it was kind of like. I don't know. Like when you when you did a reality TV show. You kinda already know like the back end of what happens behind the scenes and stuff in a little bit nerve racking in. We consider going on the hills. I what I mean at that point. I was single and I'm like, yeah. I'm not dating anyone and they're like, well, you know, you'd be like the single girl coming on the show, and I'm like, but I don't want to be the single me on the show starting between people and relationships. That's the most fun on you know, that would be like your that would be your roll, we'll speak. Hey, come on speaking of being single and being in relationships are good friends. Stephanie Pratt who's been on the hills with us for the past episodes one through six she's been rumored to be dating Derek pay from the bachelor per pay path. I don't know whatever the heck last name is. Cares. All right. Let's talk about the second. So Stephanie again, obviously it was on seasons. One three six of the hills. And we'll be on the reboot as well. She has been I think on one date with Derek who we know we know more about than we know of in the sense where he dated I'm sorry. It was engaged to your one of your best friends Taylor Nolan and a good friend of mine Taylor. No one as well. I mean, granted we talk as much as you guys. But whenever she's in telling me, hang out. So how do you feel about that? Stephanie and Eric. I don't know Stephanie Stephanie personally, but I know a little bit more about Derek. I don't know. I guess like whenever I hear anything like my friends or best friends Xs, I'm like like, you know, I get into defensive mode. Chuck up your initial reaction of hearing this as. Can we can we go on record and strength that as your initial reaction to hearing this news of Derek Stephanie? Question. Mark question. Mark question, Mark, how did that happen? But then I I listen to the episode and wells was the one that that like hook them up and made them go on a blind date, the the dates ended fun. I just don't know if they're the right match. Why do you say that? I don't I feel like let's go. Let's start off by giving because we don't know much about Stephanie, right? I don't know much about half the, but we. But we can't met her once and she's beautiful. She's stunning. She seems very down to earth. And what I loved about her is that she barely like the fact that she had lost her phone, whatever hotel shed left it there. And she's not like always on her phone doesn't seem like that much into social media. I love. Now, let's now it's onto that half. You tell me. And now, you tell me what you feel about Derek. Why went to a football game with Stephanie since we're we'll share opinions of Stephanie. I went to a football game with Steffi. No, no, no. It was me, and Peter actually, you know, Peter, of course. Amy, our producer. And then Stephanie and we went to a ran. It was like the Rams eagles game week sixteen of the regular season or something like that. Yeah. Like, you said, she was great. The nearly seemed to be on her phone too much fun to talk to. Definitely wasn't date by any stretch of the imagination. But she seems like a nice girl again. I don't really know her very well. You know, we spent a couple of hours together with a group at the football game. She seems very nice anyways, we know more about the other side of that relationship. So let's let's share our feelings on dare you go first. I don't like being put on the spot. A what do you think about Derek? I again, I, you know, him better than I do all of the Dow. Well, I met there. I'm no I met Derek maybe twice when Taylor and him were dating Sar when they were engaged, obviously, there's always like three stores three sides so story, right? So I know Taylor side. I don't know Derek side. I don't know like what what isn't between of that? That's a struggle for both of us is because both of us know Taylor better than we know Derek, right? And so it's like how much can you really speak about someone that you only know through someone else. With an objective with an objective stance. At least. Absolutely. So I I can't I can't sit here and judge. I can sit here and say anything, but all I know is that if you know like. But this I just know that. I don't know how to put my words into a sentence right now, we'll say your hesitation to speak on. It speaks volumes. Well, I. Well, then it's someone came and said something about you. I would like want to punch them in the face. 'cause like my loyalty lies to you. And so as much as you know, I want to say my loyalty lies to tailor one hundred percent does. But I also don't want to come off as someone who is ignorant or is immature because they're taking their best friend side when they obviously don't know what the other side of the story is. But I do know that you know, it was it was a loving relationship. And it hurt me to see how sad she was when it ended, and especially, you know, I guess like. Just want to end off on good terms. Sure. Yeah. You want to be as bipartisan as you possibly can be. Yeah. And so this is like, yeah. And so I don't I I don't know Derek that well at all, and I guess it kind of makes me sad that we never got to that point. Because Taylor was one of my best friends. Granted we've got a lot closer after the break-up because it was something that we connected on. And it was something that we both went through a an ending of engagement in the public is so yeah, I mean, I don't know. I guess it was an interesting. It was interesting for Eric to fly in for a blind date. Is very interesting. Right. Yeah. Especially from New York, you can't really get much further from New York to LA like that's basically the maximum distance in the United States that you're allowed outside of Hawaii and made perhaps. And again like it was his best friend wells, set them up. So if I if I were to set you up with someone now what I don't know. I just think that the the setup was a bit of a gimmick, right? And then took all through on. I mean, again, I have no idea. I listen to a little bit of wells was able to share on his Instagram story. But it seems like it's a big it's going out of your way a lot to fly six hours to go on one date with someone granted wells lives out here. Derek fan. So I'm sure they blew out here to hang out with him and love wells, obviously. And it was better than any of them. And if he can vouch for Derek than it's really like how you know. That's kind of how I look at. It is if someone that we really appreciate out for him. That's the thing. So if I were to set you up with someone and they were to fly from like, I don't know Ontario. You would probably be like, okay. Well, Vanessa setting me up with this person must be a good person. So never know Vanessa so in studio, Brian Jordan, I assume yes, how are you guys? I know. I don't look like Stephanie not quite well as lovely. Orwell's is lovely looking as either different. But how are you guys? We're good, man. We're good. We're happy to be here and talk to you guys. Hey, we're happy to have yet Vanessa's very excited. Actually, she was just asked to be on the season in the hills. And as we understand that what not just asked. I was asked like months ago. Sure, that's fine. But. But dole. OG season of the hills right season one, actually, okay. And you're one of you was roommates with the guy who was the main. Both roommates. So you guys were roommates with each other. And then one of you was dating. I I was. Exactly. Right. Okay. Gotcha. And so are you guys going to be on this reboot as well? You never know. Never know we could get all we're still friends with all of them like Frankie's one of our best friends. Okay. And so we will say nice. Yeah. Yeah. With reality television. You never know which I'm sure my gosh, absolutely last-second all reality was a little different than your reality. Because ours was a little bit. Like, you guys are still living your life regularly. Right. And then sometimes cameras would come around and film, everything that's going on. Yeah. I it's all reality. Was we're going to send you over to Switzerland for a week. Actually, he started filming the show, and I didn't wanna do it. I was apprehensive. And next thing I know MTV's in my living room every day for like months, and they're like come on. Do it do it. So I was like all right. It's invading my life. How does well sign on? And I mean, no looking back since I would imagine. Right. Little did. I know that for the rest of my life. My last name would be from the hills. Ryan from the it's like so then what happened after season one? Did you guys should not have any interest in returning or? I mean, Heidi broke up with me. And so that was kind of an okay. Yeah. Yeah. And you know, it was crazy that whole experience happened for us. Our I like week out in LA, just both we were both acting on TV show for for MTV actually in work. And so then we road trip all the way out to California together. And I'd say within like two weeks we met at the time. It was the cast of Laguna beach. And with Kristen on it. Right. Yeah. Our connection to that was in New York. We happened to run into Lindsay Lohan, like pre Lindsay Lohan, crazy, right? Right. Two thousand six Lindsay Lohan. Yes. And we kept in touch with her and all her friends Jason s Jess Schulman and those guys in when it came time, we're Brian and I wanted to move to California and we'd use road trip out here. And I think Lindsay was dating dating. She was dating talent was on the good be right? Okay. And so our day one in L A was like. Harris Hilton, welcome all these. We were living in like a guest house in BelAir in like some rich estate of. I think he liked Bruns Warner Brothers or something. He was like the head. Yes. Something with it was a surreal start to Los Angeles. Do you guys? Are you glad that's kind of how it started for you guys because especially as actors, right? And then you kind of move into a little bit of a reality world was more challenging or did it kind of opened some doors for you. You think it definitely opened doors Davis opportunity? I mean, we've made three films together. Okay. Hi, definitely gave us the availability to make those films it def. Yeah. It definitely gave us like actually one of the film's. We made. We were able to do it. Because since we were on a show like we got locations and favors. And so it definitely it was it gave it was like hitting the turbo button. When I got to town. So it was interested in it. Interesting as you're taking off from the runway, essentially. Yeah. Yeah. It was little we didn't really know, you know, little do we know become this like Iconex show. So. So yeah. The whole thing it's still kind of surreal. I mean, I was filling up my gas tank yesterday. And like some girl pulled the next man. I was like man goes kinda cute. She's like weren't you on the hill? All the time. It's even this day. Even though years later the union to this and that's from being on one season one season. It's bland, and they're constantly reentering that one. Yeah. So it's like the rebuilding and people are gonna like watch season once he's in ticket ticket cut up. So like we were on the bachelor wasn't staged at to the point. Because the last episode season six finale of the hills. You see like there's a backdrop of Hollywood sign that gets there basically on a set. So I was so confused on like what is actually leaving for Europe is she staying at all fake story. The relationship because it happened pretty fast. Right. She's like, I think I'm going to move to Europe. And then the next episode. They're having the same episode. They're like having a going away party for her going to your. I think it was a giant troll. They just. Yeah. Audience. Let's addicts use the world. One of the biggest questions you always get is. Was it scripted was it real, right? And so they just like why why not in the show now? I mean, it was like it was like you put us in a room like this. And they say we'll talk about what are you going to get Heidi? Kristen right. And it's prompted and we will talk about it. And then we would drift like normal people will have normal conversations. And they would be like, oh, can we? Let's go back and start talking about that Christmas thing again until they get what they want. And then you move on. Right. That's kind of how it was sounds very similar direct, non direct, right? Of course. So when the season reboots, are you guys going to be watching? Absolutely. We want to support our friend. Yeah. And the show and will definitely definitely be tuning into it out. And actually the film that we just made Frankie is in it as well. And in this movie we actually play versions of ourselves. And we make fun of being on the hill. We make jokes about like being. Elevator with somebody and it's like awkwardly silent. And then omitted, and they go weren't you on the hills? Why did you crash Lawrence party on episode one? Yeah. Which happens, and so that movie is called be like trees, and you can check out information. It'd be like trees dot com. That's coming on YouTube Premiera. Yeah. We're gonna premiered on YouTube. It's coming out the thirtieth of this Monica. And we're going to be having a having a screening you guys premier. Yeah. You guys are both if you're in Los Angeles on April thirtieth. Okay. And so beyond that. So let's let's go back to the hills in a little bit and obviously plug that a little bit at the end as well. Is there anything that happened on that first season of the hills? That's maybe like didn't get aired or that you kind of wish got air because obviously they have hours and hours and hours of footage. Yes. Is there anything that? You were like Ryan to stand up. He did laugh factory stand up. Now. I stand up comedy for the first time ever at the laugh factory. There was more people there than ever for an open, Mike. Let me tell you first time I and the Drennan was pumped, and it's actually on the bonus features of the. Season one DVD and actually to this day. I was in a restaurant like a fifty year old Indian man came up to me. I thought I was being punked, and he was just like I love to stint upset in the phone. It's not your side of the only person. Amazing thing. My father was on the show of like the whole pre like, where's your mind at and that all got cut from the season realize heartbreaking, they filmed our own storylines. We had our own thing. Like they were doing and stuff and ultimately came because when we first set out to do the show, we didn't know it was about four girls. Yeah. Yeah. Told us it was about all of us all of us individually. And how how we were just coming together. I don't like what Laguna was right everybody had their own storyline. I don't know if you were there for this. I actually had a part in a movie, which was lying a drag Queen, and they came in they filmed onset, and film, this whole thing. And it all got cut which I was like two. We're coming came to the side of the hills. While you were no the hills James set at a movie to film that mistake. Yes. Because that was part of the reason I didn't wanna do it was because I was scared as an actor like, oh, I'm going to be labeled just reality. And there were like, no, no, we're going to show you doing all this stuff. And and then they cut it all. You were labeled reality. Yeah. That's the question. So as actors and your comedian, as well, do you feel like that hindered your growth in the industry as an actor run around actually because what I learned was that especially like in the indie film world people loved like you have the fan base of being on a huge. So so I actually like to think I'm a pretty good if I ought dishes and stuff. So I think as long as you could say the lines, and you were good good at the job. They were like, oh great. Let's get that guy with the show million audience already. So I actually did like fifteen independent movies like just like crazy just because of that. So I actually think it helped and it can hurt you. But I think it only hurts you if you're just awful at whatever it is. You're trying to do like, you're not a good person. Which there's too many of those I feel like nowadays. Right. Yeah. Yeah. So and this was by the way, guys very jealous with both of you. Because when we were on the show, there wasn't social media at the date ourselves. Right. We didn't get. We didn't we didn't get five hundred thousand followers. Yeah. Like that. It's crazy. How the landscape is definitely changed or the past like even six years or so I would say, but hey, like, you like you said there's a reboot coming you guys might or might not be on it. Exactly relationships. I am nice. I'm in a relationship and actually, yeah. I am. We'll come on. And actually what. These in. I'm in love. But her n I interviewed several times with the hills. Okay. This this last time. So who knows you never know what the future will. I'm looking forward to I've been single forever. From the rat. Get your fault. I literally I literally thought about writing in like on your behalf and submit in wants me to go around. Actually, my friend was on your season out. I think about it Brian Abessolo you wanna see. No, he went to college together. Name fraternity when I saw was on the show. I'm like, I got to watch this thing. I couldn't believe it. And I have a friend that was on Nick Peterson played college baseball with him. And I think he won like bachelor in paradise or something, Nick. Oh, I thinking twice. He's won two shows. I think he lives in Florida. Is that right now he lives in Philly and Philly. Okay. I think I know Nick Peterson. I think I know who that is. I think he's on my season a paradise, but he might have him here. Excuse me. I'll jump in. He was a condition of the seven season the bachelorette a week five. He later appeared on one the third season of bachelor pad had then he returned again and won the flyers. You just show it win twice him. Is he happily married? Probably not. Guys, we wanna play word association game word association game with you real quick. So I'm gonna give you four names. I just want you to think of one word to describe these four people. Okay. Okay. And Jordan, I'm sorry. But I got asked the first name is Heidi. Oh, you're going to give the word just one word to describe Heidi. Also, okay with that breath, and Dan bear, no resentment. It sounds like. Can rate like fifteen years like lovely. Okay. Wonderful. What can I ask you? How did you? And how'd you meet it was through the show? Yeah. Through through with Lindsay and talent. Okay. So they were all coming up. I think Heidi had just I think Heidi and Lauren met each other in San Francisco, and like some college that they were going to up there, and then Heidi moved back to L A or to Laguna for a period of time in her Larmer light roommates. And that's how I lumped in with him. Gotcha. Okay. Easy. How about Adrianna? Great. I was gonna say awesome. But you said that for issues with beautiful. Okay. See it Stein. Yes. She is beautiful. Gorgeous. All right. I mean, these are all going to be complementary way come on. And he wants them to. But what about Lauren wars? Is always. So so nice. Yeah. Down where like so sincere? You know, she really she really is a great purse. All right. That was like sixteen where it's fine. That's fine. Fourth and last is Whitney and why. She went gosh. I feel so boring. I want you. I'm sure that wanna give you something better than these. I never really I didn't really know her that will I think she came on towards the in the I guess the first season, but we never really our world's never really collide smart that okay? Good enough. I appreciate it. I feel bad that we like I mean, I get it to especially like you guys said it's been a while. You gave me the dudes that could have. Frankie, man. See that's why I don't think we made for good drama on that show. We just love everybody. We're just too nice. Surely, it's funny too. Because you can see how some people get caught up in like, okay? Like crazy. I am like the more screen. I'm going to get the more controversy. I'm going to stir up if you're just gonna stick with your own base values and morals. It's like what what really do you have to offer? In terms of their reality. Like dramatic of it, all I guess, we're going to ask you guys hills trivia questions again, I know it's been a while. No this I answer. So who sang that being song of the hills? Tasha vetting. Really surprised you got that. I love that song anytime bar, buddy. Like. Okay. Let's see if Jordan you can remember this one. Actually, it's Brian can get this one. What did Jordan get Heidi further? Six anniversary a Chihuahua. Six month number. Yeah. Is it not a chore our Christmas? I think. I don't even remember six months versus. Was it on the show? Yeah. Necklace. Piece of jewelry piece of jewelry. I remember where I got it too. Yeah. What was the pair of your innings his a fruit? Yeah banana I think she's a misspelling in that answer. Could it be? Could have been a pair of earrings. Really love pears. Off relationship didn't work out. Hills season one trivia, and it really did say pair. I thought that was Jordan here. Jordan favorite fruit is pairs. What did I know idea Pearl Pearl Airways? I got the L. I don't know if I'm getting Pearl. I think you got a Pearl earrings. I recall, I definitely remember earings. Berlin. No, we're gonna call. Confuse on. I saw Roger getting that. Like, oh, thanks. I know. Easy. But can you guys name? Well, it's there's a lot of answers. I guess this one goes named Brody jenner's, former three step sisters and two half sisters, and they're all just huge aims now. So it's like, it's pretty Kim. Khloe courtney. Yup. Kylie and KENDALL. Yeah. What about can you guys name the show that Brody and Spencer did on FOX on FOX differences of Malibu and Malibu? So what was that show 'cause I didn't want no idea I actually saw and it was about them living in Malibu. I think they lived with his dad. Dad what you mean? I'm saying the Brody. Okay. What about let's see did Adrina data musician. And if so which musician did she date? Yes. Because they came into my comedy show. Chris, right. Was no lip synching back there. A huge group, isn't it? The guy plays the jokers Jerry Leto, thirty to Mars, thirty seconds of Mars her brother. No, they dated for sure. Yeah. I think his name was Bobby. Are you thinking of just a mob? No, no, no, no. It's right. Yes. Good. Speaking of musicians, and there, Shannon Leto. That was during the Shannon Leto ever on our seas. The comedy, the Shannon Leto is Jared Leto, brother. But the drummer for thirty second the Mars or he was interesting. I don't know how to brother she just likes to musicians. I guess it's gotta be annoying for him. Right. Aren't you? Jerry Leto whole life. Yes. Yes. Joan. Okay. While we're on the topic of musicians true or false lady. Gaga was once on the hills true. That was pretty gonna lead you into the answer. And that we wouldn't ask you. It was. On the hill. That's a great question. I don't have any further. So now, if I ever meet her I'm gonna but hey. Season was later Doug on doing investigate that right now. While they tell us all about the products, currently working washy she lady Gaga at the time. I think she was lady Gaga. Okay. She was like she was lady Gaga, and she was like wearing all her like crazy sunglasses. You had a trunk full of sunglasses as she brought to the show and her zipper broke. And I think I don't know fixed thousand eight and yes was lady Gaga. Plug which organised you said you have a movie coming out. It's called be like trees, a love letter to art and artists and kind of follows us story revolves around myself and all my friends, including Jordan co-director couldn't be here today is name is Chris Livingston. He's a talented singer songwriter. And really the film is giving you a behind the scenes look of what it's like to be living in Los Angeles, and pursuing your dreams in the creative arts in the movie. I am battling with the idea of is time to give up is just too hard to make it as an artist nationally. And the message of the movie is to never give up until always go for your dreams. And don't let fear in your way. And you guys can check that out. You can go to our Instagram at trees, go to the website trees dot com, and it'll be premiering for free on YouTube, April thirtieth hell, yeah. Nice. That's amazing guys. It was all filmed on an iphone true shot on an why the whole reasoning. So as we said we've made other films in the system so to speak raising million dollars half a million. Yeah. And I had to scripts that were optioned by two different production companies for like four years, basically, carrot dangling in front of my face. Like, okay. We're about to go into production. No about going to know. And Finally, I got fed up waiting for money. And just the idea came one day. What if you just shot a movie on an iphone and shot all around, Los Angeles us, all your friends? How could anybody know you're filming a movie if you're just using an iphone, right? And then I said, oh, let me look has anybody ever done this. And there was a movie that one Sundance called tangerine. Okay. And the whole thing was shot on an iphone four solid. That was the moment. I gotta ten now. Exactly. Exactly, I was like we're way ahead shot it on what the seven. I was like. Three generations ahead of these guys. And it was more of dislike one of the themes of the movie is don't get a perfect get it going and as an artist filmmaker you always waiting for somebody who approve. Yes, you have the job. Here's the budget. So it was like we don't need anybody's approval. Grab iphone grab our friends who are actors and comedians, and I wrote the story to be shot this way, and we shot in arenas bars. Cafes all over the place. Totally incognito. The production value looks huge and everybody that watches it. They're like, I can't believe this shot on a seven because if you get creative with the way, you do it. You just never know go any anywhere. We have bluetooth Mike zone and use like an optimal gamble keep it smooth. And never know. That's that's actually, really awesome. That what the movie is about is about as also being utilized behind. Exactly exactly on the reason. It's called trees is in the film. Character says because I love trees in real life. And I'm like you see trees bursting up out of concrete all around the neighborhood. Oh nice. I like it. He knows you knows. But yeah, this idea that trees won't be denied, just whatever you try and put on top of a tree it'll go around it through it. And that's the metaphor for making this film. Okay. We couldn't get a million bucks to make it. But that wouldn't stop us. Anyway. So yeah, I love it. Yeah. Well, so April thirtieth be like trees dropping on YouTube checkup at be like trees what about guys personal answering pitches. So mine is at Brian Drolet. That's B R A N D R E. Yep. Mine is at Jordan Eubanks, and that's Eubanks E U B A N K S two three and just reminder philos- out there Jordan is in love. Brian. DM got so much for coming in. We appreciate it. We're excited for the movie and the premier's. We'll definitely want to be there for awesome awesome. We'll do. Thank you. Welcome. Welcome. Welcome back to the Bob left's. That's podcast. That's right. I have all new episode with your favourite musicians, comedians promoters, and behind the scenes people if you wanna know how the entertainment industry, really works. This is the place to tune in for those unfamiliar with my act, I've been writing a newsletter for thirty years a who's who of industry people subscribe to my newsletter? Why are they tuning in? Because I make sense out of the chaos. I interview people in the music and entertainment industry to find out how they got to where they are what it's like to be in the belly of the beast. These are the stories you want to hear this is not puff pieces. I guarantee you'll be riveted. So every Thursday. Tune into the Bob left's that's podcast on the iheartradio app. Apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your podcast. All right. And we are back with Emily, Marcus from us weekly magazine to give us some more insight on the hills reboot. Hire you with us. I'm only how are you? Hi, our new house. Great. Thanks so much for having me on today. Gosh, thanks for calling it. How's it going over there? It's going great. You know, typical Monday all good. How are you guys? I'm currently colder now, but Vanessa's always doing great. No, actually, just had another Stein. My left is. So just can't keep having size in different is. But lifers grade the reboot is coming out the hills. Do you have any juicy gossip for us? Oh my God. It's going to be dope. Great. We can hardly wait for it to happen. We have so many old paths member coming back. We have some really fun new additions. It's going to be really. Like me who, you know. She really feels like this show is a great new start for her after she didn't really get much of a childhood and much of a private life. When she was on the east not. So she's coming back. You're going to great. It's kind of her do over opportunity. And she's a good addition to the cast we've been hearing. Yeah. Well, I've seen like a bunch of interviews with her and the rest of the girls, and she seems like she just really fits in with everybody. I think he really does we've seen her out of that. Then there's a lot of girls like Audrey nonsensically kind of taking her under her wing. So I think they're really doing everything they can to make her feel comfortable, welcome. So what's gonna be different about this season? Obviously, you know, their people are married, Heidi and Spencer been married for ten years. You have a baby Whitney had to baby Stephania believe is still single. Well, first of all when they already filmed this or are they still in the process of filming still filming it should be coming out later this year. They haven't exactly released a date yet. But they're still getting content and. So that means it's not too late for you to jump on board and join the season. I think they wanted me as a single girl. So now, I'm in a relationship. So I'm getting people are on following me on Instagram. Just like life. I'm just listening. Have you been a fan of the hill since the beginning? Of course, what about before that with Laguna? Way back in those days. It's been so fun to see the franchise kind of progress. And then to see you where it's gonna kick off. Now, let me ask you then when they announced the reboot of the hills. What was what did you feel on the inside absolute freak out? Crazy. I mean, you can only hope with all these coming back that they would bring back show conic as the hill. So for this to happen. Just anyone dream rare for especially reality television show to define a generation, but I feel like between Laguna and the hills. It really did a good job of compass in the two thousands. And so for for for them to bring it back in essentially what's going to be twenty twenty. I wonder if it's going to redefine our era, or if it's going to be the show that the then the now sixteen year olds are going to look back on ten years and be like dang. That was a show that really like exemplified us as teenagers. You know what I mean? Asian people pursuing fashion careers driving BMW's hang out of Kim as it's going to be going to be so much fun. Because I remember as a kid because what the show came out in two thousand and six I think doesn't seven. So I was I was sixteen at the time. And you know, you're going up in Colorado. And I keep seeing the the show of these beautiful people just live in absolute life in southern California. And I'm like, wow. That's that's pretty nice. That's when you know, you made it is when you're doing that. And so now to see like rebooted, it's just I don't know to me. And I'm sure to to millions of other people's out there that watching love the show it's going to be great to not only see it again. But to see kind of how their lives have evolved as Vanessa said, Heidi and Spencer, married. Obviously a lot of the relationships have kind of evolved and grown. And so it's going to be so interesting to see especially with the ten year gap. What seven eight year gap. Whatever it is how much their life has changed. But how much of it also is going to stay the same. Right. I mean. Yeah. During the daughter now, she's been I think we're gonna be really for a little bit. It's going to be really interesting to see everybody who were used to seeing these dramatic relationships and break up in front by family people. So it's gonna be really fun to pick up with them. And see what they've been doing. Right. How did you get into? Oh my God. I mean, I grew up in Los Angeles. You know, always been around here always obsessive that lifestyle, and I've always followed down every journey. We had Stephanie in London for while. And it's been fun doing over there. I actually am an avid tasked listeners. Hurt. Honored to talk to the two hosts of the Pratt cast. Oh honored. And I would speak up anyway on the whole Eric Jewish in. So it's very fun to. On the situation. How do you feel about Stephanie Derrick? Okay. Well, as an avid fan and an avid fan and somebody who really shifts crossover couples, especially in the reality world, I here for it. Okay. Just because just feed your appetite for the crossovers, or is there anything specific that you actually really appreciate from it. No. I actually think Barrick is a great guy. And it's fun to see people who read it on the show got their happy endings outside of the show because so often it doesn't work out. But then they find somebody on paradise or they decide somebody totally random like we have been seems like he's been a great relationship now with somebody. He met totally outside of the bachelor world, and Derek, you know, somebody you wanna root for seems like a totally wholesome guy. Totally from office. I see that. And you know deficit the fund great girl. I think they've ounce to their out. Well, I'm really supporting it. I don't know how the long distance relationship workout between the in Los Angeles. But. People menu tickets, maybe maybe it could work out a little bit more seventy great conversation piece to have on the Pratt cast. But let's hope that it can be something more than just a little gimmick for the for the podcast. I guess upwardly. No, I agree. And it's funny too. Because especially lot of bachelor alum you see? It's just an incestuous franchise. Right. And so it's I'm sure fun as a fan to see the crossover between bachelor shows in other reality shows like the hills rather than just the double dipping that happens within bachelor or or hills or whatever's going on it's kind of like a fun joining of world melding world if you will. Are you ever gonna are? We ever gonna see you on a bachelor show. Gosh, one can only hope when only I would try so hard to like beat the producers at their own game. But I think it'd be so fun. I think we've seen it work before. I think you, okay. L the opportunity arose. No, absolutely. Okay. So partying. Where's emily? What do you have your very involved right with all of this stuff? So give us something that you are maybe hoping to see on this review of the hills. That maybe if you don't see it you're going to be very sadly disappointed. I think that when you have another had a big reality show. I look to like the courtesy, and and it's really fun generation of kids kind of running around, and we're kind of introduce their lives on like I started out with just the five girls. And rob I think it's going to be really interesting to see if the kids are heavily feature like hiding fencers, I think during sent her daughter likely won't appear, but maybe she wrote down the line. I think it's going to be really interesting to people and roles that are like moms and dads and their marriages. It's going to be interesting to see them drug with more. Dull tissues, rather that, you know, by the clubs or bars, and it's gonna be it's gonna be fun to kind of grow up with them more. So I'm excited to see how they Hackel the role kit, and how they tackle, you know, you know, some of them have been divorced in marriages and be excited to see how real they are with Dan because they've always been so real fast. It's definitely something look forward to and actually Emily while you're going through that we actually had wells and Stephanie walk into the studio here, and they want to say you and have a conversation with real quick. You're only. Fan. You're only. April first. You can't trust anybody today. So when you a sandwich in the happen where the hell of you guys been banana podcast for the past hour half. How did it go? It's been horrible. That's kind of what we do here though. That's what the show six your absolute worst case scenario, and double it. And that's what how it's gone so. We did a good job. Emily. Hi. Where are you right now? What city? Hey. You know, it's like eighty five degrees out. What do you? Wearing being it's being weather. Do this. This is a puck. Nc? No, I'm gonna who's Emily on the phone. I. That's my second one today. Yes. Okay. So my mom's favorite holidays, April Fools, like she's a total sicko who's favorite holiday is April Fool's, right considered a holiday, but. Yeah, my mom guys. She's masked with my family since I was like three years old like it is. She's so good at it. And now like yesterday I was like excited for tomorrow. And she goes, no, the internet ruins everything now. And I was like, oh, my God, you really take this seriously. So this morning when I was at the hair salon. I was like what do you? What can I do because she's never been got? So I was like, I know I'm driving her car. So I googled searched all these images of Lexus broken side mirror. Chew photos and like the carves navy. So I like darkened and everything. So it looked black. It was so legit. Like, I wish I could show even so I sent to photos, not just one to make it even more real. And I said, oh my God. I just walked out of my hair point. You get what's read the text messages. I'm like so proud of it. So, but did she get you? But she didn't get you. Because the internet ruins everything. Now. Nobody helps forget my brother. Okay. I don't understand how the internet ruins April, folks. Yeah. Because like if she was like. Because you could family. Not mormon. Whole day. April fools. He's getting hers out. Do you want me to tell you? I've got here so David Spade. And I don't want to name drop Spade. Did I mention it was. Did I mention it was David Spade. Said, and you know, how like you. I just see it on the front of your phone. So all I see is why isn't naked pick on your story. My heart like. I. Ludd or some poisons going to my body. And then I was like, and then I open it, and then you scroll down, and he goes just kidding in case, your heart fools, and I was like. What you wanna hitting about that? It's just don't take pictures of yourself. Yeah. So what that means is what we've found out about eighty. Got some naked picks don't have a story. So that was the part like Instagram. So that I was like seems weird. Have I been like what? I I swear words are going the way you do have Instagram. It's just secretive. And by the way, she does take newbies. Yes. Yes. Draw a line. Okay. Read what you said to your mom. Okay. So I did it to my mom and dad really get them. Both. So I sent her that you photos, and I said, oh my God. I just walked out of my hair appointment, my car was parked in the lot next door. There's no note or anything wounds shirts cover this question. Are there? Any cameras anywhere. I'm dropping off max. Now, can I use your car today to get to work? I use extra car. I don't have it DOD does Mercedes at the shop. I need you to need to give you a check for it. And I was like I'm gonna ask fade luck's if they have if there's cameras in this lot. She was. Yeah. Look at their footage of root of that person. I know that bottom piece is barely hanging on. And then I go April. Mad to set. I know they're never mad even mad such such a small thing. But it's small enough to be believable. But not big enough to be really freaked out by, you know, come on agree. It's a Grammy photo issues. Stood. My dad wrote best prank in the century. You got her. I want to know what your mom did dispenser. Oh, no. I just told her to tell him that because they rely on Alba are cleaner like three or four days a week. So I. If you ask them, they'll be like, no, we do everything ourselves. So I told heard tell them that Dora's coming Giora Dora Joris sister who does not speak English drops and breaks. Everything is hilarious. It's literally like. Like, she ruins hours. So my mom is like Dora just showed up she said Alba's not coming this week. And I can't understand our English. But she said Alba's pregnant, I think I don't want to brag. But I think David spades was a lot visit. But I what I love about. My brother would be livid. If door was coming. But this is the richest. Ranking Alexis Dora the cleaning lady comes more times a week. A little bit from things rich people. You know, what this girl actually the girl that Justin Bobby might meet on the hills. She told me she was like she spent a few days with me. And she goes you are white girl problems on. I do have them goes. No the book you need to read this book white girl problems. So I lie audiobook debt 'cause I listened. I listen to it when I'm hiking. Runyon canyon. The palestinians. Anyways, I highly recommend the book, which really mapping out loud. I had so many things in common with her and the like twelve pages I one on Instagram. I I wrote her I've never done this before I wrote the author direct message being like, hey, can I take you out? I think we're the same person. She never got back. Somber maybe doors should send her damn Dora. Can't write or speak. In english. Doors the best on my God. I give. I'm not best. She's the cutest Guatemala, by the way. God. I never thought about. -taining? This is the my weight, really, really great family. Did you guys have is their office antics for April Fools? I wish we're actually headquartered in New York. So I'm I'm in LA my house right now. But but yeah. Shins for Stephanie since you're here. Oh my gosh. Yeah. Hi, hey, I love and update on UN Garrick. And then also just what can you tease about you know, you really Spencer, and then, you know, your your single life. Maybe the hills. My God all things love to talk about a lot of time talking about you. And Derek really a lot of times that all you guys time got great actually talk to Brian Jordan. I don't know who the way on it was that weird because Vanessa's good friends of Derek's. Yeah. Yeah. Taylor is my best friend. Yep. Did he get weird wouldn't let it get as weird breakout? Tell me everything Taylor. No, no time for this. Let's see like in bad horrible is our they broke up. Oh my God. That's it. Oh, well, I have no idea what their what their sex life was like, I don't know. And where did the ring come from? Did it come from ABC mule lanes came from ABC, and where is it? Now back at ABC shedding back. I have to give back to back contractually. If you don't stay with the person for two years you have to give it back right now. What it is. So yeah, I think that's what it is. I heard Colton does not have to follow that. Because he did not actually this is rumor. From some good sources because he did not get his his ring on the show. He got it on Kimmel. So he doesn't have to follow the same rule. Loophole. Vanessa. Are you seeing anyone now I am silver, FOX? But you don't want to. Oh, yeah. Darren okay. You could really get a better understand him through her right now. I putting me on the spot for also feel bad because Emily's on the phone right now. Question. She wants to know some things asked the question. Okay. I'm Lisa Derek. I don't know if you heard wells and is podcasts last week. Oh my God. I love you. Okay. So off to rocky start, but we've been texting and he's actually flying in this weekend's. Yeah. Because well as one of your best, friends, right? Yeah. Doesn't get to hang out with him. This is going to be a man to weekend. The dates dislike follow the dialogue the model. So this is. Here piece. I would actually be really fun. I would do that. So Emily to answer your question there in love, and we're going to get out a mountain top and have seventeen children. Oh my God. Yes. Exactly. Had side. And this is like when I stop believing in them. She said I was gonna marry a mountain, man. And that she saw me in mud. Literally wore psychic opposite, very often. Like you see me standing in mud. I do therapeutic exploited mud my bath for sure, but I don't know about some mountain man like bringing in FOX and what world Derek does kind of look mountain Manny, he's got the beard, and the fact that he was Amish for Halloween by that is just like he's the one. That's it. That's all you. Let me see if I have any recent dates or are you calling him the one? Oh, okay. So I made it back with him for this weekend. He was I by the way, I was just I was just thinking about your disappearing phone act. Okay. Let it grow this Saturday. Come on, let go Derek what's the disappearing phone act? Nothing. About your disappearing phone act and that I'm going to do that next weekend just with airplane mode. I tend to do that on trips because I don't want distractions on like all bet you right now that never happens. So I what should we bet on? We haven't made our terms yet. Because I know he's going to we're going to Napa Valley like he's always going to be all over his Instagram like why not valleys, you know. No way. There's no way he won't have his phone on. So the betting him that he's gonna put on airplane mode as soon as he lands and not turn it off the entire time. He's in opposite. Okay. Okay. He's saying he's going to do. But you don't think you'll be able to do that you put some money on it just money. Yeah. Because he's got a lot of it. I say you wager. Alba Alba is very. She's actually at my house right now. That's why I'm late. Probably could consent to that say money. I go money. There's nothing more fun. I think whoever should I run a lap naked. I think over loses should have visit that person in their respective city. So yeah, you lose you go to New York as you come. He goes back to be so nice. If I didn't have a crazy schedule in LA. Well, don't lose weight. Yeah. I know I'm not going to lose. Okay. All right. Well, he's already here. Anyways. That'll do it for another. As always this has been your host. Think. Later on. I'll answer your other questions. Room of all boy. So wait is coming to the charity event. Yes. Oh, we're going to be hanging out together. Oh my God. You're going to be there. There's going to be so awkward. It's going to be there. I have nothing against Eric. That's not what I'm going to tell them. Whoa. Just met the nessa. He's I think he's already like nervous about it to be honest with you. Real nervous about way. Why think he was just like is it going to be weird because Vanessa and Taylor are such good friends. And I was like, I don't think. So I would it be weird. I don't know. That'd be weird. It's Tanner dating someone. He's going to be dating because she's Taylor's aiding someone we are because he's going to be on a date and rhyming. Oh, whatever I mean. Well, idols we're just going to here you in the back going, boom. Actually, I was just over some sandwich. Thank them for that vegans vegetarians gluten free meat lovers. They've got you covered sandwiches on Instagram and Facebook and download the app for more credible information from my sandwiches all done. Can I get one of those? What? Okay. Well, now, we can say goodbye on another incredible episode of Pratt cast wells so much for joining us in studio as always dealer and Vanessa hosting this incredible podcasts looking forward to the season premiere coming soon. Anything else? You goes wanna say parting words, I hope that the podcast was great. You just to listen. I guess. We're gonna take notes, and we listen, y'all know how you. Yeah. I wonder how you really how you guys are successful in this. Guys podcast, by the way. Thanks death. You host ours. She has no idea. That was a boldface lies. Emily. No clear bed. Blurry on this. Hey, let's close out the show. Like, we always the okay hills. Yeah. Shows over follow proud casts or wherever you listen to podcasts. Eighty. Welcome. Welcome. Welcome back to the Bob left sets podcast. That's right. 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In the service of teaching lowly east to produce milk saving cows from lifetimes of confinement reducing the amounts of methane released into the air each year by gigi tons thereby increasing the humanity while reducing the ecological footprint of my morning cereal for nowhere on earth is more dedicated than tel aviv. To the proposition that a thing can be another thing and it should be because after all change change is always inevitable and often for the better with us in the studio is a woman who's lovely prose several times. A week outcome is is the world around us into a place that it's easier to understand and to appreciate. I refer of course to alison captain. Summer allison is written for politico the new republic foreign policy the jerusalem post the data the ford and many other of your very best papers and magazines. She is a columnist for arts. You have heard on. Npr and the bbc and you have seen her on twenty four television aljazeera tv. You can meet more of your captains marianne needs these days by listening to her host the haaretz weekly podcast alison always holds a ba neighbor world center award for journalism recognizing excellence reportage any simon rock our award for excellence and covering zionism and alison. How are you doing. i always hold it. I walk around holding it all day. Long crazy it's crazy. I have a vegan in the house. So you know. This was not news to me. I found out about it My daughter mentioned. I think last night or this morning. Can i suggest a slogan for the new product please do. It's utterly delicious absolutely okay. We're gonna pack his these together and send them off professor to learn he's gonna love also with us in t. v. one satellite studio in far saba. And you heard a moaning. Just a moment ago is a man who's virtues are so great an obvious that they will never require embroidery. I speak of course of don. Vitamin don is the director of the mariah fund israel and the director of the israel center for educational foundation. He is also the author of a new podcast of one man. Stage plays called fudd. Herman's one man show don how you doing i'm good. i'm just wondering if cows are gonna develop east in response to this. And then every time it gets hot they will rise and turn into hollow. It does seem like it can be an infinite regress with yeast infections and the east produce milk and the milk produced so complicated tie-ins as complicated as for me. My name is no ephron. And i don't mean to boast but this past sunday in our biweekly researchers seminar at the university i presented my cv of failures describing every grant that i've been turned down for every fellowship that i've missed every article i've had rejected every job. I haven't gotten this. Let the grad students know that if they encounter a setback. Well we all do we. Just don't talk about it. But it's out there and i don't mean to brag. It's really not how i was brought up but my presentation was so rich in detail so long so convincing so painful that the students are now sure in the knowledge without even the faint doubt that i am the biggest failure in the university. Maybe an all of academia this week. We have three topics of great importance. But first we have a matter that we are following with alert interest in great concern as part of an occasional series. We call the promise. Podcast ponders pained politicians pondering the palliation poets as well as a matter in memoriam. In the course of impeaching the american president. This week speaker of the house of representatives. Nancy pelosi said this. Mr speaker joined the trump presidency this for years and especially during this time i recall the words of a great isreaeli poet ehud manor and that's what he said when he said i can't keep silent in light of how my country has changed. Her face won't quit trying to remind her in her ears all sing my cries until she opens her eyes. I can't keep silent of how my country's changed her face. I urge my republican colleagues to open their eyes. Pelosi was referring to the song. Ainley era too for which the great lyricist you'd manure wrote the words and corinne allow wrote. The music here is allowed singing together with gali atari the part of the song that pelosi quoted ski. She yeah eighties which is beautiful and moving and it brings up tears every time. I hear it we at the promise. Podcast want to offer speaker pelosi. Who is a listener. Where so we assume some further counsel about israeli song lyrics that we think will be useful to you over the next difficult days. There is a song by arielle himself a great songwriter. Who is the son of nomi. Shimmer may be the greatest songwriter in israel's history you gave us for instance jerusalem of gold you wish aligned sells a half and the words of horowitz's song go so i said there are rules. That always protect me. Let me give you two words. Yellow by the multi as the me day meeting our memorial matter. Is this just a few minutes. After i learned from alison that he had died at eighty seven. My facebook and twitter began to fill up with stunned and sad announcements. That mel reese field had died at ninety two. It was hard not to think that on the surface there is some similarity between the two men. both were charismatic and pugnacious and both loved israel. My god did. Mel refilled love israel. I practically grew up on stories of how he'd moved here when he was young. And nineteen forty nine. Just after the war of independence he'd come with a mostly forgotten. American youth movement called pugad aaliyah to set up keyboard toluene joining thirty five other americans including irv slot the father of bill slot. And if you don't know bill slot you're just not trying hard enough. And also one hundred and fifteen young people from the mostly forgotten. Israeli youth movement called young mcabe only just now sprung from the army one hundred and fifty kids together. Mel grew up in the bronx so devoted to the new york giants that he got a job as a kid selling concessions at the polo grounds and when he got to israel in the summer of nineteen forty nine. One of his first acts was to form a hassle aline softball team that would play against the other keyboard. Seen with americans get show has even sasa and also a moshav named t. maureen. They sometimes play on a soccer field in nazareth the same month hustler. Lean was founded the israel sports federation announced that it would form an official national softball league another zionist victory that first year a us marine ship docked in haifa and somehow they challenged the american immigrants to put together an all star team reese field pitched he nursed five three lead into the ninth inning when the immigrants fell apart revealed himself making the final error. That cost the game on their second. Date melted yaffa. Who was his wife until she died a couple of years ago to watch him play a game in haifa and when it was over she took him sweating to her mother's house and she fed him reese field said that it was then he knew he would marry this woman when quote. Her mother gave me real butter and quote in the early nineteen fifties male got sick chronic jaundice. He couldn't shaken. He alpha moved to america where he ran hebrew schools in jersey in englewood and fort lee and maybe somewhere else for years legendary schools but mostly or this is how i saw it anyway. Mel lived at camp. Tell you huda. Or in any instance four camp tell you who and he came alive at camp. Tell you who the today a summer camp. Where i went where don went where susan went where bill went where my people went. Mel was there every year. For at least half a century i think he was the mythic head of the pan program where kids rising tenth grade spend the summer learning hebrew and where mel presented the language not just as a way to communicate but as a conification of thousands of years of passion and dreams and longing and creativity and yiddish kite the language that built temples and conveyed prophecies and lately organized ghetto rebellions in heroic wars and my confession is i did not know mel i was a bet person. Tell you really two camps. The older and the newer bet and buy some stroke of a pen. I was assigned my first year to bet and it was in bet that i state every summer thereafter mel was in his blood but it must be said that i did not know mel only in the way that i do not know god or kim kardashian. He was a constant mythic presence. In my life. I heard all the stories. And i repeated lots of them how he challenged kids one on one on the basketball court. They being seventeen the height of their powers and he and his fifties and the stakes were. If he beat them they had to come back to camp the next summer where they had to go to hebrew school over the year and he'd beat them and they would go. I never heard him lecture. But i knew parts of his lectures by heart for for other people repeated them about the holocaust. Resign is a more ben yehuda. He was powerful and he was profane and something about him was glorious. It sounds too fancy to say. But when i was fourteen i thought his personality was zionism. Made flesh the strength. The straight talk the drive the energy a few years ago at a ceremony in tel aviv. In honor of sixty years of yesterday our maybe fifty years of course or some such. He was the guest of honor and guilt troy. You probably know him from his famous books. What he writes in the papers gil troy who himself spent a decade working at t y and loves mel in a way that is beautiful and is pure introduced him with sweet n encompassing warmth and mel already. Almost ninety came up and took the award from gilles. Hand looked at it and said another fucking plaque. That is what i knew about mel. But i also know that in new jersey in the fall winter and spring and at t y in the summer mel raise the generations of kids thousands and thousands to love israel and to thinking a new way about what it is to learn what it is to teach over the years. These kids grew up and lots of us may be all of us not just remember mel but remember being molded by mail. A couple of years ago gill wrote and edited a new version of the thick zionist idea. Book that we all grew up reading. It's called design est and it is dedicated to mail it says quote in loving tribute to our teacher. Mel refilled field. A life changing zionist educator who energized generations of american youth to understand the centrality of israel jewish life and quote. I came across a doctorate written. Jt a few years ago. By woman named andrea is owl's called quote. I say aggressive say assertive. The intercultural experience of israeli sleep team at american jewish summer camps and it is dedicated to quote mel rees field. My mentor and teacher. Who introduced me to education as a career and to israel as a cornerstone and who saw me at age. Fifteen something i did. Not seeing myself and quote you'll see abramowitz the solar energy pioneer and perennial presidential candidate here in his. Y'all told journalists a few years back that one reason he and his wife susan silverman decided to adopt kids from ethiopia was a mind blowing lecture by maurice field that he heard back a camp. You would not have to work hard to dig up. Hundreds of the same kinds of testimonies about career set off in a new direction. Lives changed oceans crossed and minds blown by this man who decided that what he would do with his life is teach kids always seeing in them something. They did not see in themselves until with his help. They did like i said i learned that died just moments after i learned that sheldon adelson died and i thought there are different ways to live a big life. Mel rees fills life was monumental. There are tens of thousands of people river vote. Mel might want me to say pressing into service. The word in genesis for tens of thousands the biggest number to have authentic hebrew name river vote who live different lives in different places thinking different thoughts sometimes in hebrew of him may his memory be for blessing as his life. Shortly was today three topics topic one. But sal and naphtali love you very much. As the right wing party splits into its constituent parts and the leaders of the two biggest parties. Now sally bennett. And but talos motoric scuffled about this and that but what they're really fighting about is whether there is still room in israeli politics and twenty twenty one for a religious zionist party will wonder with them topic to lift my eyes unto the hills. Protests breakout around the country after a beautiful doe eyed sixteen year old named a who've yes sun-duk died in a high-speed chest by the police in samaria in the occupied territories which chase came because sun-dok and four young friends in the car were suspected of having pelted palestinians with rocks. The five young men were and are what we call hilltop. Youth young people living usually pious lives in west bank outposts without parents without any obvious authority. Kind of frightfully. Beyond the law. And we'll wonder who these kids are what to think about them and what if anything to do for them or about them and topic three. The medium is the message as the grand poobah of the messaging service. What's app send a message to all of their two billion users including me to the effect that beginning on february eighth they'll be sharing our data with facebook which not coincidentally owns what's app both a you rises end a cry here mostly on twitter and what's app itself saying that we've had all we can take. We can take no more. let's quit. What's whatsapp followed invariably by a sheepish recognition that we in israel who use whatsapp more than any other people in the world will never give up on the app leading us to wonder why. Why is what's up so popular here that is essentially for most of us unbelievable end for our most unreasonably patriot supporters in our extra special special extra discussion. The link to which you can find in our show on your podcast app or at patriotair slash promise podcast on the world wide web following the news of sheldon adelson passing this week. Baroque diana met will wonder how we ought. To regard the passing of a man who with grand generosity supported museums i gather sham and the diaspora museum hospitals medical centers medical schools birthright and at the same time used his medici in power is to spur political change in both israel and america that make both places which we love less safe less decent. Unless good what are you supposed to do or even feel about that will discuss this with a two to allie lip there and steffi cogan whose wisdom held me fast at the edge of moral abyss. This week i don't know what they put in the water over there at the ajc. But i'm grateful for it anyway before we get to any of that. Listen to this took it. You show us subdued team. Panicky must fula camacho motor spoiler cable inglewood faithful sneak shelter could cheat the young mama. Mia margie man unusual. How sure does that songs. Money up by gone ari and these choir gone. Battery is a writer. Basically a novelist and a journalist and sometimes director for research for a book. he's working on. He went to the amazon to take part in iowa ceremonies and when he came back he had lost the innovation that are always kept him from singing so he posted on facebook and that he was looking for singers and thirty people showed up in his apartment. Some old some parents with kids. Some singer is some not and they call themselves these zoo lot choir and gone rewrote music and made a record. That just came out a couple of weeks ago. it's called tech s ocd. It is crazy raw. I love it and will listen to it over the course of the show and now it's time for a first discussion. Allison is there no room anymore in israeli politics for a religious zionist party. So it's a very very sad love story that had to come to an end last night on the satire. Show aritz ned derek. They had politicians itself. Nf tally bennett of the immune a right wing religious party in an apartment filled with boxes splitting up their belongings and trading recriminations in the style of a divorcing couple. That's after the head of the national union party. Small church announced the sweet quote. We are going our separate ways. The we in question are smokers is party and naphtali bennett's new right party in the last elections. The two parties ran together with a third party. The jewish home party on a joint list called us or right word. Bennett's party issued this passive aggressive response to smoke churches announcement. Smokers has decided to split up the right. We wish him luck. It's all very divorced like right around the same time. The head of the jewish home party minister of jerusalem affairs roffe parrots announced that he was quitting politics altogether. So look guys. Divorce is hard the most important thing to remember is it's not your fault and smoke. It's parrots and bennett all love. You very very much really out there. It is not your phone. The extensible reason. Why much bennett have broken up. Their romance is that demanded four of the top ten positions on the joint list. Which seemed to bennett to be too high. A price to pay for that partnership in fact the rift between the two parties goes back much deeper than a mere disagreement over. Who's cronies will be in. the knesset. Small church bennett both came up in what is known here as the religious zionist camp although on rather different sides of that camp for smudge the adjective religious is the dominant one for bennett. The adjective zionist is the dominant. One smudge is more conservative than bennett. About almost everything. He favors religious legislation that would limit what is open across the country on chabad. He supports allowing government funded events to be segregated by gender. He supports converting illegal settlements until legal ones. He opposed women serving in combat units in the idea if he's not on the woke side when it comes to lgbt q. Issues and he aspires to be a politician who fights for his base. He wants religious folks of all sorts but most of all religious settlers to support him bennett. Seek support from a much broader constituency including folks who aren't religious and folks who aren't straight and folks who live their lives within the green line renown a for example bennis. Ambition is to be elected prime minister by a broad coalition of all sorts of israelis enamored of his platform of free market small government and responsible management smudges. Ambition is to wake up every day. Advancing the agenda of religious people who hold the hope deer that one day israel will be a religious state with religious schools. Educating religious voters who will in time elect him as their prime minister. He's playing the long game so in a way then bennett and smudge are easing apart. Like they're each on a different tectonic plate one of them religious the other zionist and not specifically religious and these two plates are lurching apart. Bennett basically is betting that the age in which a sectarian party of religious zionism has come to an end. He wants to be part of party. That has broader appeal. Slow church on the other hand is saying that there remains a great need for a religious zionist party. That is a religious party that is not ultra-orthodox. You're at incur duck journalists for the conn broadcast corporation who covers their religious. Beat has lately. Been trolling and hectoring. Which on twitter basically arguing. That bennett is right. Our religious zionist political party is a dead end right now and inker tweeted this week. A poll showing that most people support running public transportation on chabad and favor civil marriage. That is nonreligious marriage. He also tweeted poll. Showing that only six to twelve percent of religious people identify with smudges combination of great nationalism and great piety he tweeted. That much has no constituency at all. As most religious zionist shorts quote are dispersed among all sorts of parties. And there's no scenario in which a party with a fancy name that represents just one faction is gonna bring them home. Basically at inger said wake up and smell. The villain bennett is right. Religious zionism as a political force is dead. Let's all go light a yard side. Candle say cottage and make its memory for a blessing. Do you guys think. So is religious zionism dead and if so why and who is the culprit that killed it. I don't think it's dead. But it's definitely evolving. I think what united this camp for much of the past fifteen years was the goal of preventing any further evacuation of settlements. After the two thousand five disengagement from gaza which was traumatic for all israelis but earth shattering for settlers But things have changed There hasn't been evacuating settlements. Since the kerry led peace talks collapsed six years ago. and settlement enterprise is national policies. It's not debated anymore and also become the position of the broad right-wing parties first of all the likud but also ucla new and also get on sars new party. Teak vodka shot the new hope so there are other homes for people to go to. Who are adhering to those right wing positions but on other issues The voices within the religious zionist world are very diverse and it sounds like it looks like they're falling along more conventional liberal conservative spectrum And and this hard core that that it sounds like smo- churches going after. And and i would. I wouldn't really call him pious. I would call them. Reactionary is more fragmented but there's a whole range of opinions on issues of a character the jewish character of the state the treatment of lgbtq People Uh even even relations to to arabs and palestinians. So i think i think these are the processes that are going on behind the scenes. I don't know if i entirely agree with with what you said about. The settlers now feeling as though their agenda is well covered as as a regular reader of a right wing religious paper. Mcquarry shown they're basically. It's just basically nonstop winning about how the likud has ignored them and how their interests are always endangered to the nth degree and that netanyahu is the worst thing ever to happen to them. But i i completely agree with what you said about how diverse their voices are and i also think that this is part of a of a broader point like the the great unseen force in the dark matter of israeli politics. The huge thing that nobody ever sees is that an almost all the parties there is this great poll to be part of kind of the norm part of kind of the the the masses you feel this in ultra orthodox politics you feel this in palestinian israeli politics like everyone is wishes as though they were not part of sectarian politics where that they didn't need to be part of sectarian politics and this has been more true of the religious zionist than anyone like almost from the beginning. Frankly from the nineteen fifties really. What they just wanted to be was a real boy they just wanted to be a real boy and like everyone else. They just wanted to be taken seriously in the army and that that culture like over twenty or thirty years become completely institutionalized so that many many religious zionists who take their religion very seriously and may or may not support the settlements but probably do they look around and they say. I don't want to vote for a party. That says that i'm different than everyone else. I wanna vote for the likud. Or i wanna for you. Don't sar one vote for you. Know whomever blue and white or not. Because i am a real israeli just like japan does said one day i would be. I don't know if this is all just you know you're you're talking about sort of feelings. Insensitive there's also like very Deliberate efforts I think on the part of the the settler leadership specifically Yossi gon. who's the head of the samaria regional council. Who made it his mission. I forgot how many years ago five ten years ago to basically say you know we are. We're no longer gonna be this outside party. We are going to create powerbase inside the likud inside the Inside the ruling party and And has got a lot of A lot of settlers to sign up as likud party members so that they can have a very powerful voice within the likud Party primaries so a lot of this has happened by design the weakening of the separate you know religious zionist party. They basically said we want to get closer to where the power lies which is within likud and not you know as a coalition partner who's negotiating with them for power the way that That neftali bennett has been doing right right. And the valley bennett is the best example of this. Because he's saying he saying behind his the back of his hand to the religious zionist by by saying that i am not a religious zionist. I by saying that. I am in israeli. I'm going to be. I'm going to run this place. I'm going to be the prime minister of this whole place. And i think that a lot of people think that among religious. I think that that's true too. That once they are accepted. Felise israelis and present themselves fully as israelis. Because they are they believe in themselves as this really Really committed Honorable particularly moral hardworking working population. They're going to rise to the top and they point to the fact that they have to a large degree in the army and they are beginning to do it in high tech and and other places as well and they think the future is there. I think you know to support your earlier. Point noah the complaining that you see in read about in macoris shown And the complaints against netanyahu that he hasn't done enough for the settlement movement. I think it has to come to what the expectations and the fantasies are about And this has turf. That both key don't sar and bennett going after. Because i think each of them is going to present themselves as someone who is going to do. Much more to actively expand settlements and takeover moorland and invest more in the in the west bank Than netanyahu has just inject that yesterday. donny diane. Who's the former consul in new york and the former head of the Of the special counsel this the settler movement announced that he was joining sars party. Yes okay so which would which would support that. Look you know you. You heard this community coming out very vocally. When you know briefly we were all discussing the kushner piece planners called peace plan which included recognizing a palestinian state even if a very truncated one and then suddenly there was a a voice saying no. We don't want this prime at all. Because that's the other issue that unites people is opposition to a palestinian state. so i think Yes there's frustration with netanyahu because especially during the trump administration There was a dream that the fantasies we're going to be fulfilled that We would simply connects all of the west bank and somehow Figure out what to do with the palestinians later okay. Now listen to this Shit bank oto duty in. Should i assume john wiley. Something that big washburn basketball. Dan dot a dash by gone ben ari and the zoo lot choir and now it's time for our second discussion. So done what should we make of kids and checks on hills on land. That doesn't belong to them. The water and the fountain in dizengoff square ran red like blood. The other day assigned posted nearby. Said a who've he has blood is still boiling. A hoover is via sun-dok a sixteen year. Old kid who died at the end of december when the car he was in and may have been driving with this is differ on. This point crashed and rolled over during a high speed chase by police in southern samaria near a settlement named kaukaba. Shocker where san doc had studied in the achieve before dropping out to move to a nearby hilltop settlement called mottos stare. There were four other young people in the car at the time who suffered light injuries. The high speed chase happened after police got reports that young men re palestinians with rocks in the area and it may be that sandakan friends worthies young men in any case. Their car failed to stop at a police. Checkpoint and two police detectives from the your mar central unit responsible for intelligence and investigations gave chase. None of the five kids in the car had a driver's license. The oldest one was nineteen dot was the youngest at sixteen and pictures. It looks like an. He's got abroad kind smile. Deep-browned is like a doe wavy hair cascading over shoulders from underneath a broad skullcap. Some was born in a settlement in gaza in two thousand and four and was a year old when he and his family were evacuated from their home As part of the two thousand five disengagement from gaza this event left a deep imprint on the entire family who via included and though now only sixteen sandakan his beloved. A young woman named sean kevin goldstein plan to announce their engagement only days after he died after sondakh died protests swelled claiming that the central unit of judea and samaria police ought to be investigated or disbanded first. The protests were in the west bank and then in jerusalem and then eventually there was blood in the fountain and tel aviv's most notable street as the protests spread. What was being protested grew broader to it was still about sandbox but it was also about how police treat the hilltop youth day in and day out there have been hilltop youth for about twenty years since aric sharon the same sharon engineer. The withdrawal from gaza said that young settlers need to grab the hilltops. He said that settled kids. Should quote moved should run should grab more hills expand the territory unquote Dozens eventually hundreds answer the call and some of those became a water today called hilltop youth. Usually they are very religious Often drawn to a cossiga spiritual sort of ecstatic practice. There are hundreds of them. Mostly drop outs drawn to a kind of sexism. Living off the grid intense or poor housing atop the hills getting their literacy from a generator and the water from a well their lives seem to combine religious discipline political fervor and affinity. For kind of anarchism. They are free radical radical unbound to family school or the institution of the state and we might find them romantic and perhaps some of us do except that the behavior of at least some of them as appalling not to mention illegal they have been accused with good and well documented reason for constant thrum violence against palestinians vandalizing schools and mosques stealing sheep destroying olive groves slashing tires pelting cars and people with rocks. It's estimated dozens of police. Detectives and investigators are assigned the task of keeping tabs on the hilltop youth preventing crime when they can arresting the criminal kids usually after the fact when they cannot stop it. The army also devotes lots of time and effort to tamp down the damage. These kids and young men do Also there haphazard settlements are illegal even by israeli law and the army periodically dismantles meaning that most hilltop have had the experience of being awakened at three a. m. by the sound of an army bulldozer. Come to lay waste of the shack. They've built for themselves. So what do we make of these kids. Who are they why. And how is this movement sustained itself now for twenty years and how as a society should we treat them Do we see them as part of ourselves or something different. What's to be done with them or for them. And these kids are you know. They're they're crazy phenomenon every generation. Kind of pass to rebel or you know break out from the one and how do these How to these teenagers. These kids who were raised by parents who you know struck out on a settlement in the middle of nowhere and raise them like. How do they know everyone wants to go. A step further than there than the previous generation And also sort of to their own identity. So that's how they've you know the pushing the limits and they've been enabled by the By the government who sort of symbolically limits them and keeps an eye on them but has not really taken a Harsh measures against them. And i think that the the huge reaction of of the community on the death of this Of this boy hate to call him a man. He was so young Kind of shows why over the years they've been treated with kid gloves the by the israeli government because there's been It's been signaled that if they dared be as tough and harsh on them on their illegal activities as they are for example on palestinian activities. There would be this kind of Tremendous backlash what kind of harsh treatment do you think the government ought to deploy with them. There's gotta be a way to keep you know to to stop them from being where they are to to like seriously you know prevent them from rebuilding again and again and again Every time that they're that they're demolished Yeah arresting them You know putting them in jail. They do get arrested pretty often and put in jail for short periods. You mean lock them up for for years at a time. Lock them up if you're or the recidivists among them lock them up for years at a time Yeah i mean that's what That's what happens. I'm not saying it should. I'm not saying that's the right thing to do. I'm just saying that in comparison to other lawbreakers Especially a palestinian lawbreakers. They are treated rather gently. Yes the we. We don't want to have that. Be a benchmark for anything. I'm just pointing out the inequality i'm not I'm not saying that that's the bench. Though the inequality if you're if you're a palestinian looking at this then the inequality palestinian living in the occupied territories and the the the unfairness of it must be just too much to take. But i i. A meat sent us a lot of material about about this including interviews with hilltop youth and allowed about. I spent a lot of the week about thinking about the parents This last weekend because of of all the protests than mkhori shown was. I think half dedicated articles by parents interviews with parents of these people and it ended up. I ended up feeling of just really heartbroken for will certainly for the parents who are saying. Look my kid a lot of them. Were by the way from inside the green as well saying you. My kid got more and more excited about doing something that had real meaning in his life and began to criticize us for hypocrisy of believing we ought to hold onto the the territory's but living rana and then one day my kid just was no longer going to school and then one day. We weren't seeing like it anymore. He was off somewhere on some hilltop. And it's it's a little bit heartbreaking and you read between the lines of these parents of this mixture of a little bit of respect for these kids who are being like committed to their authenticity and doing something independent and also fear and also heartbreak about you know these kids who may be lost to them in some way and to view them as hypocrites and i definitely came away feeling some kind of like respect for these kids but mostly what i felt was my god. They're just kids and it's hard to say because like sendak i. if he hadn't died in six months would be married and probably in a year and a half would would have a child himself at seventeen but but still he's just a kid and then some of the. The older ones are in their twenties and a lot of them are married but they it struck me how much they're they're just kids from what i've seen. It tends to be like a phase of life that you know they get older whatever later twenties or thirties and they're no longer on the hilltops. They sort of reenter in re blend into Into into society but i mean this tendency of teenagers to rebel right. I mean these are. They're in very tough. Frameworks a lot of them. You know yeshiva full-time whatever. They don't have a lot of options to break away. And so this is probably a really Attractive attractive option. I kind of compare it. It's not really comparable to people in the us who are in some very strict religious families who moved to israel because like it's the one way of striking out on their own that their family will will sanction right including moving to some rugged place where where you just see biblical landscape and you have nothing in your building it from scratch which is like what my ideal was. When i was these kids age. And then i moved to a kibbutz that was lush and beautiful and comfortable of course. Because i didn't have a place like this but i would've. I would've done it. If i i mean i well. That's look. that's that's the romantic side of it. I mean look first of all sixteen year old dies. that's a tragedy. i mean who knows what this kid's life would have turned into later now. You know we'll we'll never know so that's obviously Terrible that this happened regardless of what he did even if he was throwing rocks at people. But the you know the kind of youthful rebellions you're talking about don't involve committing illegal acts which are directly harmful to other people and i think you know the the tolerance of this behavior and maybe it's because they don't have a good solution because like you said they don't want to just lock lock these kids up and throw away the key and there's a lot of pressure from within the settler community. Which has you know powerful interests that we hear all this criticism of the police unit to it. Sounds like we're trying to do their job. And as allison's obviously If was palestinians nobody would blink of somebody got killed in a chase. It would have been their fault. And we'd you know we wouldn't even be discussing it So i i. I think that's an an a week when we watched anarchists who have their own destructive fantasies and conspiracy theories trying to take over the us government. I have to say okay so. I have less sympathy for this and i do feel for the parents who like all parents whose kids are choosing a course that they don't understand. I mean maybe like you said some of them A little bit envy them a little bit which they had that ideological purity that it's hard to feel as you get older and realized the complexity of life in the world That you can feel when you're sixteen so so purely and some of us did Still it's the these are kids out of control and we don't have a good answer for it and obviously the answer we do have isn't working. I yeah. I think you're exactly right about all that. I'm not sure that. I fully think that were countenancing this that were allowing allowing it to happen because again from the material that we read. Apparently there are more than one hundred officers who whose principal job in the world is to keep tabs on and these people these eight hundred or nine hundred people which is police officer to thug ratio that oh higher than the faculty student ratio amazing. Use weist of resources. If you could find a better solution it just turns out to like partly because their kids and partly because you know the way that we treat palestinians that were you know. Sort of compare naturally comparing it to is completely unacceptable with any human being including palestinians and also including jewish kids. So you're that's not exactly a solution that's open to us. It shouldn't be open to us with palestinian. Sue obviously so So then like it just seems like it just hard to know what to do and they do go with the bulldozers and they bulldoze these things down. I mean there are some things you can say like isreaeli politicians who support this in some way. you know. that's that's horrible. Who are they helping. They're not helping these kids. They're not helping anyone but theirs. But it's really. It's like this. But i thought about it all week. I don't know what a solution would even begin to look like. Well look i think is also interesting. Is that unlike most people in the liberal side of the of the in israel. I think you know are seeing these protests and are not you know. They're sad that kid got killed obviously but otherwise we'll probably slough off and say what are these kids doing there in the first place and these kids were committing violent crimes at the time. They were being chased. And why were they drive a car. You know there's a lot of ways to explain it away Now the set within within the settler world people and as you said in the materials we saw are much more conflicted and much more conflicted to the degree that these kids are hours like. These are kids. What are we supposed to do about them. or are they not our kids. Are they Somebody else's Delinquent children who end up on our neighbor our neighboring hilltops causing us problems. So it's it's you know. There's there's tensions into society that only part of this country are feeling. Now listen to this me. Yeah the data own shannon as only zone and Let's don't do. This does so too a small down. zoom shooting. Call who. i'll show you. That's his massacre. Al shabaab by going barry and his lot choir and now it is time for our third discussion which we are calling. The medium is the message. And here's why two billion users of the messaging app. What's app got a pop up message recently telling them that beginning a few weeks on february eighth to be precise at the apple start to share information with facebook. The stuff we right to our friends kids teachers and officers in the reserves will now be pressed into service for the sake of quote improving services and your experiences using them such as making suggestions for you for example of friends or group connections aura of interesting content personalizing features and content helping you. Complete purchases and transactions and showing relevant offers and ads across the facebook company products and quote. Just so long as you understand that the changes are improvements made for your own damn good at ads for the goods and services that you want. Oh and the message said that. If you don't click. I agree on february eighth. What's apple no longer work for you. Nice little communication setup. You've got there. The app seems to be saying. It'd be a shame if something were to happen to it. What's apps decision has sparked outrage among israeli tech geeks and privacy hounds who took to twitter and well facebook to express their outrage and sometimes to try to cajole the rest of us to not click. I agree and instead to abandon. What's app for telegram or some other similar service. The usa facebook was an irony of course because facebook owns. What's app and it is. The grand poobah is in mountain view. Who are behind the change of policy in the first place and the protests were anyway quixotic because even the people most outraged seem to understand that there was not much. Chance of many israelis abandoning. What's app. I enjoy sticking it to the man as much as the next fella but i myself couldn't quite figure out how i could bail from what's app not because i love what's app i don't i kind of hate it a little. But israel loves what's app in a way that makes life here almost impossible without it. One local survey found that ninety one percent of israelis us. What's happened another estimated that ninety seven percent use it. This almost certainly makes what experts. Call facebook's user penetration higher in israel than any other country in the world for comparison sake in holland where whatsapp more popular than anywhere else in europe. Eighty five point six percent of the people. Use the app in uruguay where. What's app is more popular than anywhere else. In that in america just seventy two percent use it. Only one in five americans use it. What do we use. What's app for looking at my unrepresentative phone. You gotta start with the family. Whatsapp group where plans for chabad are finalized. Choose cat videos are shared. And such you've got your liquid plumber. Group liquid plumber was are banned. You've got your various promise. Podcast groups. I've got a group for each of my graduate seminars. there's a faculty group a group from the neighborhood. There's a green party group. There are dozen environmental action groups. There's my neighbor anti netanyahu protest group. There's the national anti netanyahu protest group. There's the farm to table company that keeps us in corn and apples each week. There's an ecology group. There is the bezeq winery group. There is a let's foment in the green party group. There's a group for a conference that i'm organizing about arthur roofing. They're standing together. There's rob joe's daily tanakh lesson group. There is a neighborhood running group. there is a. I decided free books on the street. Group parents of young and youngest kids have a multiplicity of school and club based whatsapp groups for each kid and play groups when the idf is involved in a confrontation thousands of parents whatsapp group spontaneously generate sharing. What information they know about the safety of their kids which led three scholars to write a paper called quote fighting worrying and sharing operation protective edge as the first whatsapp war. I could go on. And that's just the groups they alone account for hundreds of messages a day on my phone. Maybe forty or fifty hour at the height of the day. And then there's all the one on one whatsapp communications. Everyone you've ever met is likely to contact you on what's happened lots of people you've never met including the delivery guy and the person who wants your vote and the demonstration organiser and the magazine hoping click and lots more which raises the question. Why is what's app so usually perfectly popular here. Can you imagine israelis peaked that. They're what's messages are now going to get pot over by facebook. Actually deleting the arab can you imagine you yourself leading the app alison so. Nothing's been in amusing me more. You know than than people righteously leaving facebook and staying on instagram and whatsapp which is owned by facebook. Why do israelis love it. I think it is the same reason. Why israel weddings tend to be four hundred five hundred six hundred people and You know in america. They tend to be more like a hundred or two. They love the like to easily. Put a shitload of people on a group Group texting in america and most of them. Don't really see why you would want to switch to whatsapp when you could just do a group text. It's really you know it's because you can scale so many groups but there is that sort of illusion that it's more private than having a facebook group or some other Some of their large group. It says you know this message has been encrypted so there is going to be some moving to to signal and And telegram as a result but habits are habits and you know. I personally haven't gotten off of facebook and i don't think i'm going to be getting off of what's up either. Even though i don't you know i don't feel like whatsapp. Is that central to my life. I think if combination of facebook and regular old fashioned texting and god forbid email For me would serve the same purpose. The thing is if your you know your your kids are will soon be out of school but you still have a kid in school like there. There are certain groups that are just not optional. I don't know how. I literally do. Not know how i could not be. What's app like. I would not get notices about faculty things that i absolutely need to know the only way to do it is to be part of a whatsapp group and it has increasingly become the tool for work communications. Because you can do subgroups you can. Do you know parts of the staff. You can do teams working in one project or another project And so that has to some degree already replaced emails. Look i think it's what you said. Israelis are super social and And not everyone but many of us are belong to all kinds of different frameworks and this is a very practical way to communicate. I mean the other thing. I use it for over all the other options because everything was up. Does you can do some other way as he said alison and and maybe some people will now decide to do it. Because they're more aware that their data's being mind You know we send short videos and photos at super convenient for that from your smartphone. I think in general israelis are less worried about privacy issues and protecting personal information than citizens and other western countries. Because it's a hopeless mission. Right well i think arne basic trust and security services at. They're out to protect us and not out to Survey us You know even though there was some pushback. Ram through using surveillance technology for tracking a covid nineteen Was that that much pushback at. That's not what got the masses out into the streets. So and i you know with the massive youth both of what's up facebook in this country. What's up being even higher It's hard for me to imagine me. Younger people don't use facebook instagram but or other platforms. But i think it's only going to be the small hardcore diehards who who really troubled by this who are going to switch journalism circles in journalism circles in israel and Also in the. Us everybody does their community if they want to keep a source secret. It's always signaller on telegram. It's never ever ever on what's up and that's because of concerns about security exactly but that's interesting. I think that part of the story is that basically israel and what's app are twins that were separated at birth. I think that they are structurally. Dna wise they are almost identical which is to say that like the way that israel works. Like you said don. It's a very social place but even beyond that it's just this layer of circles on circles on circles on circles on circles. And there's a lot of kind of interplay between the circles as well but everyone's life you know you have your your friends from the army and you have your your your your kid's school the parents from your your kids grade and you have the people from work and you have whatever i know. Everyone in the world has these things but here each of them also becomes a kind of social circle in a way that people have a kind of commitment to and i think that the the map of our civil lives looks really really similar to what must have been the first flow chart that the that the first programmers of what's up came up with it like it really the reason why why it's so powerful here is because it is like so deeply so deeply matches israeli kind of social sensibilities. I think i agree with that. I know i think that's exactly right. I think also you know whether there would be a tipping point where people would say. Okay this is just getting too invasive You know it's it's eerie to be still when my Iphone tells me How long. It's gonna take me to get to my next destination. When i have not put in my next destination. Yeah oh that happens to me too. Yeah so so then. I just go. This is just weird. This is just like too much or if you have sometimes it. Has this like mysterious. You're speaking to someone like in real life and then all of a sudden something related to your conversation or the person pops up on it. You're like how did you know that. And i don't know if you don't if it's their phones proximity to yours or something like that. There's only really one solution to this. conundrum minoan don. Do you know what it is. What is that. What's that lead such a boring life that you don't care if everybody knows everything that's on your and social media right. Yes i do that. That is now. Listen to this. Boiler china shola. She yana barney show She is sheds dean beside now Shannon leto safa. Land assume led the bill Million loan boom mccomb shirt. Oh a gun. Boy been Bunich best flowing glove but Boy a boy. Someone but by that song is billy thailand by golden ben. Ari and the zulu choir. You can find all the places now. it's time for our country segment. This is the part of the show in which each of us described something that might have surprised or amused the lighted or enchanted in source old. Or may even flu. This as we went our way through our world over the last wild don. What is your country. Yesterday i went to the funeral of legendary jewish zionist. Better mel reese 'field who know spoke about so beautifully at the top of the show. I'll add that. Mel was an early adopter activist out there. Marching with martin luther king and a fighter for soviet jewelry and for ethiopia jury before many others in the community had registered. These causes. now. I i met mel when i was fourteen and he was a forty four year. Old division head or america's running lapan program at camp. Tell you who to. That's the national high school camp for young judaea. It was already practically the oldest. Staffers almost generation Except for his powder director. He knew all things. Hebrew in israel was passionate emotional loving inspiring and crass as hell. Mel wasn't tall but he was made of muscle a jewish strongman from new york with a roman nose and the curls of a roman emperor. Or maybe sabra hero from the founding of the state he would arm wrestle anyone defeating all comers from teenage campers to twenty-something counselors to the truck drivers at the local bar on the basketball court. He had a deadly accurate set. Shot right out of the nineteen fifties. He also had one bad is so he would turn his face to the side to get a good look at the basket and drop in twenty or thirty footers at will. I had never met anyone like him. Had never imagined. Jews could be so powerful so filled with spirit and so much made of this earth. Mel was famous for his lectures sweeping surveys of jewish history or christianity or anti-semitism chock full of information. These talks were distillation of history books. Integrated with mel's own incredible store of anecdotes. He would ratchet down to a near silent. Whisper forcing us to strain forward to listen or make the rafters. Shake as our imaginations soared. This was performance art equal parts theater. Content and bombast brilliantly constructed and perfectly attuned to our attenuated television addicted souls but mills kingdom was as one month wilpon program rather than coach us in the seven hebrew verb forms or tremendous with the beauties of hebrew poetry. He drilled us in hebrew songs and cheers and raunchy lyrics which are still stuck in my brain. After almost half a century he taught us to curse in hebrew which means to cursing arabic warning that while we could say these things to each other we would be putting our lives in danger to an arab for our all and hebrew extravaganzas show paired with my new friend joel rosenfeld to perform hebrew renditions of sir. That's my baby. Cain don zoepel body and singing in the rain complete with yellow slickers on his shaw. Bogus the next year. I did the tin man song in hebrew in a zionist wizard of oz. Now that my hebrew is more proficient. I can tell you that those hebrew translations were truly terrible but i never forgot the words at saturday dinner as shabad was ending mel conducted. She rush guitar quiet singing in the dining room. The music director is not allowed to play the accordion chabad and couldn't cope with leading four hundred teenagers without music. But mel commanded the room his voice cracking as he willed us to feel the emotion of these beautiful melodies and to understand the words. This was followed by dollar outside in a giant circle. The flames dancing in the mountain. Air like our raging hormones. One night melted a few of us boys aside and told us confidence about his own experiences with girls when he was a teenager. Nothing too graphic but not too prudish either just enough to tantalize to make us feel like insiders letting us know that our adolescent lust was perfectly in order but he also told us about wanting to move back to israel how every time he and his pa- mock nic wife offer return. The illness he had developed on kibbutz solar leeman. Israel's earliest years would flare up again and they would have to decamp to new jersey this long deferred zionist struck me as unbearably tragic coloring. This man this unstoppable force of nature with pathos my next summer i did all pawn with mel a second time i grown six inches and thought myself much savvier and this time the sticks jokes that have captivated me a year before seem predictable hat as if i could see the creaky machinery behind the magic for all his business and bluster mill noticed me moping around and pulled me aside to ask what was wrong after a few false starts. I told him the truth about seeing through the smoke and mirrors and mel to his credit. Didn't deny it you've done this already told me and you're such a smart kid. You figured out how it works but for the rest of the group. This is their first time. I need your help to make it succeed for them from now on. You're going to be my secret assistant. And we're going to show these kids in time of their lives. I said okay and we did and of course we share this incredible secret. I knew he won me over that day. By the time. I became a twenty two year old novice. I was full of myself and in full rebellion against my old mentor but to mel i was still one of his boys when i resisted as crash. Course jewish history speechifying. He challenged me to figure out a better way. He kept pestering me until one day. We arrived together at lunch to find my entire. Division of fifteen year olds laying and moss on the ground blocking the entrance to the camp dining room mel demanded to know what the hell was going on the organizer of this escapade elliott feigenbaum told him that they were forming a human carpet. So that the feet of their beloved america's that's me wouldn't have to touch the ground after lunch. Mel pulled me aside and said fucking fetterman but keep doing it. All mel wanted was for me to succeed. He took pride in me then and continued to take pride in whatever i've accomplished since. That's so much more than i had a right to expect. Eleven years later. I came back for one last hurrah to run the feeder program. Tell you huda was. Also mel's last full summer there has thirty fifth. I met my wife sheron on the way up to camp. And something about mel's presence encamped. Blessed are union last night iran. I walked our dog in the rain. And i sang. I need sharp. And she told me that mel had loved her ever since that summer because he loved me and i loved him. He's zero baroque. he's a her. That was beautiful house. What is your country. I'm thinking that you know next week. We're going to have to all come in with some really cheery anecdotes because this This couple we last couple of weeks has been has been really difficult in terms of In terms of loss Last week on the podcast. I paid tribute to the life of my late. Father in law emmanuel summer. Now i wanna talk about his death or more specifically the crazy insanity of morning in the times of covid particularly here in israel which has been by turns tragic absurd and occasionally unexpectedly beautiful. It started of course with the funeral. Anyone familiar with the burial societies of jerusalem. No that they go strictly by the book they have this reputation for being absolutely uncompromising its jewish custom to bury the dead as soon as possible but in jerusalem they take things to a new level. You got family members abroad in north america or australia too bad. There's no waiting until they managed to hop a plane and show up for the funeral. They'll just have to make it to the shiva. So my father-in-law passed away just after nine. Am on a monday morning. His burial was set for four thirty in the afternoon on the same day. Now under any circumstances that is a head-spinning turnaround for the family in kobe. Time so it's a logistical crisis. My mother-in-law like my father-in-law was at the time of his death. Covid positive she also very much wanted needed to attend her husband's funeral. Obviously the ceremony such as it was the eulogies and the prayers would take place outdoors and so she could be far away from everyone but how exactly what she going to get to the cemetery so it turns out that a covid positive person in israel can only leave their home or wherever they're isolating with special permission explicitly from the ministry of health. How do you get that permission. You go online and you fill out a form now. Anyone who knows government bureaucracy of any kind especially in israel knows that the wheels do not turn fast enough to get a response to such a request in a few hours then on top of that the family found out that the only vehicle a covid positive person in israel is legally permitted to travel in is a special covid equipped ambulance driven by a driver in full protective gear. Go try to russell that up in the course of four or five hours. So the only way it was managed wasn't true. Israeli style protect chea somebody in the family knowing somebody in the health ministry. Who made it all happen and happen quickly as i saw my mother-in-law at the funeral in the back of the ambulance watching the ceremony all i could think of was all of the families who weren't able to pull together something like this so quickly and how painful that must be. Then there was the shiva. My mother-in-law had a huge family who wanted to be with her and comfort her in her time of loss and yet no one could go near her except for the few family members who had had covert over the summer my My husband's brother's family. That turned out to be a blessing because she wouldn't have to be alone though she was positive. But still the principal mourner could not attend to shiva the rest of her children. My husband and And his sibling and their kids. Her grandchildren really needed to be with her during this time but they were not going to sit near her and they did not want to sit without her. So we improvised. My mother-in-law lives in a second floor apartment with a balcony overlooking a courtyard underneath her balcony. Aplastic table and socially distanced plastic chairs. Were set up. There was food and drink and we sat there outdoors and up there above us. My mother-in-law was sitting on the balcony. Now the absurd part. She could hear us talk to her when we called up to her but she wasn't going to raise her voice in start yelling back at us you know. She was tired exhausted week in morning etc. So what did we do. My brother-in-law a karaoke kit and she picked up the microphone using the mike we could hear her below. Speak to us. It was the closest we could get to being together while staying separate but it was pretty absurd vision since we obviously couldn't spend non daylight hours under my mother-in-law's porch in the dark. We had multiple zooms sessions. There was one for the immediate family. There was one just for the grandchildren with their grandmother which was really beautiful. My nuclear family had three sessions. There were two four hills friends who would really normally wanna stop by the house but couldn't and there was one in english for my family where most of the people were attending from the united states. after that i really think the concept of zoom shiva is going to be one of those corona necessities that will evolve into a post covid reality because irregular in-person. Shiva you drop in. You don't know who's going to be there. It's like a half hazard thing On zoom hillary was showing photos of his father throughout his life through screen sharing. he told his stories. People were able to attend from everywhere from across the world. Who would normally have to settle for a phone. Caller facebook message. So i really think it's going to be in the future an enhancement to in person shiva. Obviously not a substitute for a real one and in regard to real shiva's if there's one jewish tradition that i've had non-jewish friends over the years express envy over. It is the simplicity of funerals. And the crucial importance the centrality of sitting shiva. Now that i finally experienced family death without a real traditional shiva. I understand why they envy us. I realized just how important having structure framework a set of rules. Traditions designed to keep the mourners. Occupied is so vitally important and helpful. The coronavirus pandemic is a double whammy in that way. It's hitting us with so much loss in much death and at the same time taking away the tools that we have to cope with them. We're powering through because really guys. What other choices there. But i personally am really eager for the day when we no longer have to hear here. So independence park. Where i run has two parts. There's the one the north of the hilton. And there's the one to the south and actually the southern part has its own name that no one much uses its called spiegel park after abraham and a dita spiegel who grew up in the ukraine and were married and in their thirties. When they were shipped off to al schwartz with their toddler seattle. Who was murdered there after the war. That spiegel's moved to la. Where abraham made a fortune and real estate building track tomes in orange county and then and then opened a bank and made a much bigger fortune. He retired into philanthropy passing the bank onto his boy. Thomas who was friends with michael milken and sunk everything into junk bonds and it was just when the spiegel's came to israel to christen their park in one thousand nine hundred nine in tel aviv that their bank collapsed wiping out much of their fortune after they got home from tel aviv. Thomas resigned from the bank and abrahams people came out of retirement to try to salvage the savings and loan but it was anyway a year later seized by the feds and sold for scrap. Every time i run in the park. I think each time is though or a new thought. What is it like to lose a kid in auschwitz. And then have another kid. You're american kid. A world leader lose your life's savings and your life's work to junk bonds. You think just so long as he's alive here safe with us. That's all that matters anyway. The park is beautiful and every so often the city improves it. Just after the krona started crew came for a couple of weeks and right across from what's left of the abbot l. Nabi muslim cemetery. They installed a deck with a round wooden table in the middle and off the side. They built bolted on the deck heavy lounge chairs and also a big would cabinet of deep bookshelves for an outdoor free library with room for thousand or so books on eight. Large shelves shielded from rain and sun by a roof that extends a good way out from above the shelves the other week early on sunday morning. Soldiers gathered on the deck infantry soldiers from davonte wearing running shoes instead of boots most likely as a treat. They were starting their workweek with a run on the beach. I take laps around the park. So at first i saw just two soldiers and eight minutes later after i looped around there were eight or ten soldiers and eight minutes after that there were twenty. A bunch of them stood in front of the shelves pulling out books flipping through and putting them back. This is something. I'd never done in the months that the library was there to circuits later. The soldiers were gone without a trace. So i stopped to look at the books myself. Which now that. I was doing it. I did not know i hadn't done it before. It would be an exaggeration to say that the books were organized but they were divided into six different shelves and there was some sense to the division. One shelf held books in french. Mostly about israel and jews. He swore days. We've by josy eisenberg. Latino novel judea for be by pierre andre taghi f. and such there were two shelves of english books one had gresham's and ludlum's the other was part spirituality. The good news bible a book called enter koran and dianetics and part how to how to survive parenthood flight briefings for pilots volume for the technique of the television cameraman learning java een amaze guide to childbirth the hebrew shelves included one for fiction split between translated fiction. Jonathan france purity. Two copies of harry blooms transvaal episode robert. Louis stevenson's the suicide club. I picked up an old translation of cameras. The stranger and read the first line. ema methionine. oh lie at mall and the whole o'meara before on mother died today or maybe it was yesterday. I can't be sure i picked up. Eli weasels night. The first book. I ever read about the holocaust and i saw. It was the poet and novelist. Higham gory who translated it. When i was on year chorus today as year in israel after highschool gory came to meet with the twenty of us at a small room on mount scopus and he told us how and he was growing up in tel aviv. As a boy in the nineteen fifties at night the streets filled with the awful anonymous screams of survivors returning to the camps in nightmares. Or maybe unable to sleep at all for their anguish at the. I thought gory was saying. Good riddance all those ghosts. And the old jews they haunt too but the book. He turned in hebrew in my hand in the park built by the people its author had gone through auschwitz with. I saw that. I had gory all wrong. He wanted to hear more not fewer screens in the night. There was a shelf reference. Books that held. Evan tucson's five volume hebrew dictionary. The same one. That i have asked my parents to buy for me for my birthday and my twenties. Because i couldn't possibly afford it. There was my monetize at a ten volume set called the encyclopedia of the people. A treasury of jewish and general entries in the fields of culture society science technology and life the culmination of the life's work of a writer and lexicographer named don penis. The biggest shelf was given over to scholarly books. There was a frame or box. Magisterial book on jewish law jala its sources and development and amnon rubinstein's classic book on constitutional law in israel a country without a constitution and there were memoirs of biafra the poet and third editor in chief of ours whose brother but sallow yaffa was a founder of tel aviv and there were several trips celebratory volumes dedicated to great teutonic scholars of the hebrew university with narrow intensely almost self periodically scholarly essays offered by other teutonic scholars to celebrate a retirement or a big round birthday. I pulled down volume that to higham sherman a great berlin university scholar of medieval spanish and italian jewish poetry and read for a bit from an essay by the great leipzig educated. Lexicographer is a have been haim called studies in palestinian aramaic and in sumerian verse. Then i took down a volume dedicated to the story and of medieval jewish spain. You talk bear in honor of his seventieth birthday it came out in nineteen sixty one at its table of contents was a who's who of the greatest jewish scholars of the twentieth century. Gershom scholem writing about a frankish exegesis of the hollow prayer higham hello benson writing about visions of diaspora and redemption among the exiles from spain in fourteen. Ninety two a frame orbach writing about asceticism and flagellation rabbinic literature. When i came here you would still see these guys in the cafeteria at the hebrew university. Embarrassed grandson yuval. Bear was in our hub iran till he moved to jerusalem to take a job at but silo. They were here and it was a different time and now here. I am meeting up with them again. Unexpectedly on a break from iran on a shelf in the park built by a woman and a man who did not die auschwitz across from. What's left of the old muslim cemetery and that takes us the end of our show. Thank you to meet. Ashkenazi are genius researcher conciliatory and scholar in residents. Thanks to tie. Shell are station manager. Without him we'd have none of this thing so i. She believed my favorite band from keyboards. They music at the start and the end of our show. Thank you alison. Thank you natalie. Thank you don. We'd like to thank all of our patriot. Supporters for your generosity support keeps. This show going keeps the station going and we are moved by that and we are grateful to you and in your debt and we like to thank all you out there for taking the time to listen to national like us on facebook and drop us a line. We're going to answer. Then go to apple. Podcasts give us a five star review. How many stars five stars. Maybe one the begins with this. I listened to the promise podcast because of all there is to learn from it about time. Management play that one and a half time speed. You can start it after lunch and be pretty. Sure it'll be over by dinnertime. Thought that finished anywhere you want but before you do that. Remember that today as we record. We celebrate world logic day so proclaimed just last year by audrey as the director general of unesco the united nations educational scientific and cultural organization who wrote of logic that quote it has been a key element in the development of the sciences engineering cognitive psychology linguistics and communication a wellspring of innovation. Logic has always been a veritable catalyst for change yet. Despite being surrounded by logic we remain quite unaware of its ubiquity. We often apply logic without knowing that we are doing so thus to draw attention to the importance of logic in the development of knowledge unesco has proclaimed the fourteenth of january world logic day. The date was chosen to honor the two great magicians of the twentieth century. Kurt girdle and alfred karski girdle. Who died on the fourteenth of nineteen. Seventy eight established the incompleteness through which transformed the study of logic in the twentieth century. Tar ski who was born on the fourteenth of nineteen to one develop theories which interacted with those of girdle and quote. I kind of think that sells karski short. But i digress. It is hard to believe yet. It is true that today is the first world logic day in history. I mean it makes no sense. And i am going to celebrate this day to the fullest pondering syllogisms like all. Men are mortal socrates. A man air go. Socrates is mortal beautiful right. Or how about this. The greatest practical application of logic in all of human history. However i hate you. But i'm identical in every way with alice twenty-seven of course. That is exactly why i hate you because you are identical Fascinating indeed those alice's flat lining. And i just know that this world logic is going to be great but then just like that. It's gonna be over not to return for a whole 'nother year but not the promise podcast. We will be back next week and every week reminding you that logic and reason maybe celebrated one day a year but illogic and faulty reasoning will always be with us on this promise podcasts.
TRR732 03 09 21 - TV Themes - The Offspring
"Hey they're ralph garment here and thanks so much checking out this free edition of the row report. If you like what you hear. Do me a favor. Subscribe to the ralph report so we can put some fun in your ears five days a week and you can listen for as little as three dollars a month so subscribed today so you know miss out on any of the fun go to patriotdepot dot com slash. The roth report and sign up. Welcome to ralph. Report with ralph garmon. Well hello there boys and girls welcome back to the route before so very pleased. You decide to join us again on. This tuesday march ninth. I'm telling you may be the best show of the week. I hate to sell the rest of the week out. We haven't done the other shows. Yeah you don't know how good this show. I can't imagine us besting this particular program over the next three days because it's just jam packed. And everything is god. Damned magic sprinkling pixie dust on your dick. Does that work. does it make it fly. It does indeed. I'm just like peter pan hell of a show kids on the counter. You wanna know why well as if it wasn't good enough that it's tuesday we're gonna take a look at tv tunes from one of your favorite television programs. And if this isn't one of your favorite television programs. And then you and i are going to have to step outside. Wow wow you're gonna your birth to settle things like men coming in hot today. Well by mean at this show is goddamn magical. One of the few times featured a tv theme from a tv show still currently on the airbus okay becomes do us Per request from eric from clear. What roy eric. So we'll be talking about that in a little bit Ago we got of course. Entertainment is we'll get your phone calls There is no speaking of the royal family at all on this. Show nothing about them. It's fine with it. God damn ridiculous or in the words of the duke. It's regard damn dick euless. How much play this interview With oprah and harry and meghan is getting yeah it's everywhere it's absolutely everywhere and trust me. I thought it was a well done interview. I think Anytime you get to highlight racism or mental health issues. It's always a good use of television however the reaction and the constant coverage and the coverage of the coverage breaking it down. It's like it. It's just some people who are rich from another country at the end of the day. I think it goes back to wait. The entire woods coverage was a couple of weeks ago. I think the media is just looking for anything to obsess over right. Now i suppose but Yeah i'm having a little Little backlash to the royal family. So we're not going to talk about them. If you want that. there's plenty of places you can get. It ain't here sure also on today's show. No oysters saying a god. The rear admirals had no oyster policy implemented for the rest of the week. It's now a writer. My contract lot of people people disappointed. Why the anti oyster sentiment. That's only going on and ocean spoon in my mouth. First of all if i could disappoint the oceans. A sweet sweet lay. No it doesn't doesn't. She doesn't spoo- a because she's a lady. The ocean is my lading so at noise tres yet today thank god again but we do have a ton of other great stuff including my conversation with noodles from the offspring. That's why it's the best show of the week. It's pretty damn good he is. He's he's a pal and he's always entertaining and the offspring has new music coming out later on next month. Jesus right around the corner. So we'll be talking about the new album and we'll check in with noodles and talk about what he's been up to during quarantine and what the plans for. The band are moving forward. Definitely worth checking out later on in today's show so let's get right to it but before we do any of that. Because i do this on the counter you wanna know why no you did. Not all right. Well i just did it another reason. The show is going to be so great. Mr is because we got to take a look at our God battles oh yeah. We got that coming up as well. of course. Last week we pitted to powerhouse. Ladies up against the two heavy hitters in the tournament of the gods fina versus hegarty. Hectic man i was a good match up. I thought it was going to be closer. But we have a clear winner of decisive Decisive win seventy one percent of the votes going to the winner to just twenty nine percent to the loser. I was stunned by that. Over sixteen hundred votes were cast in total but the winner of this round of the great eight fina wins it walking away. Recognition plays a lot. Yeah in that battle when wonder woman's dropping your name all the time you got good friends like bet. A lot of people have a good feeling about athena november raw. She's a great. She's a great god s but equity. She's a she's dark mysterious. He's got the hell hounds and stuff. I don't think people want that. I wanna hell hound already got a hound from hell with reggie gotta down the gives me hell but i'd rather have a hell hound that i could just say you tears throat on those is turn red and i just devours my. That's what you want. I want a dog that devours my enemies. Great that's much to ask so now it's time to pit to new contenders against each other. They both moved on from the sweet sixteen into the great. It's time to take a look at the tournament of the gods because who's going to win. God only knows believe. Let's meet this week's competitor. Shall we hailing from ancient israel in this connor. it's lilith member lois. She was the first wife of adam may diverse. adam was and adam wanted her to be subservient to him and she said the phone your made from earth. I'm made from earth but makes you better than me. So she said i'm out of here. And she split from the garden of eden. In god's angels were sent to bring her back because adams like oh. I miss her. I wanna see her again. She wouldn't go. She's like no screw that but that dude so is on her own. She's the goddess of feminine independence. Well how more appropriate for national women's history to have a goddess that says no. I'm not going to buckle down to some man. He's also the spirit of taboo the primal the wild wanton sexual woman personal strength inky the goddess of kink of sexual exploration and sexual acceptance and. Adam kicked her out of the fucking guard. What he couldn't handle her she was too much woman for him at do and and i like it because The christians fear her. I like that another reason. I'm pro. lilith. She is said to be responsible for males erotic dreams and night emissions one theory says that low is impregnated by masturbation and erotic. And that's how she creates more demons. She considered to be first vampire. Well no because the demon see me. The the guy has the but when you masturbate. Your impregnating her. Yeah but she's the one carry in in the demon egg but you've been exit team and see your contributing to demons masturbated but it would be demon seed if the devil was fucking. A woman does not hurt. The seed is boring. Old human. See semantics notes not semantics. It's how the demons are born. All right look it up. I'm in the demon book. The neck ramakand. No let's not do that neck u. dub do cam across so she is our one competitor lilith who as you can tell i'm predisposed to like me. Some low however or competitor also a heavy hitter in this connor hailing from ancient egypt. It's hassle or hathor the ancient goddess of also women fertility and love. She's the more i guess. Upbeat or positive. Version of a similar goddess. She's the goddess of love. Beauty music dancing fertility and pleasure. She's the protector of women. Although men also worshipers she's the daughter of rah the sun gun of ancient egypt and she awesome often plays the role of the sun. god's defender and protector also the goddess of beauty. She was the patron of cosmetics. When you wear. Cosmetics is seen as a form of worship to hathor from ancient egypt. You know she's hot. I picked two new pieces of art to represent each of these ladies. You'll see a brand new. Lois and a brand new hathor when you go to the poll which should be available right about now over there on patron dot com. We'll be dropping it and as always you can go to tournament of the gods dot com or the tournament of the gods dot com. We nabbed him both their thanks. To dave there in winnipeg who put the website together for us so these two goddesses battling against each other to see who will move onto the final four. I like lily but hathor seems like a little slow. At lily caller. No you don't because you did she would smote you me and lille's god hathor seems like a fun time. I from then the goddess of kink. Yeah but the other one is sort of the same way but she's a little more a beach dancing and partying and stuff. I want the kingston i don. I want the one who's who's up for anything. Heather be like. Don't smudge my makeup a mobile cosmetics. Oh my lipstick is smearing. Don't get my shadow runny. I got a and if you looked at lilith wrong he'll take your head off. Well you're always on eggshells room little with a little bit. We'll challenge that. Says more about you and i than it does about the god s is right so those are the competitors. You can vote. Please remember one vote per army member only pleased and then this round will wrap up next. Monday will be the last time that you get a chance to vote so check in two tournament of the gods dot com or just check in the post that we did on patriot dot com to cast your vote in the tournament. The gods who will win right. God only knows i'm excited. They're starting to get good. It is now down the nitty gritty end goddesses and then move onto the gods next week is. We're kicking the second tier god's out now. The cream is rising to the craft and not the cream of the crop. The cream of the crop is rising to the dime rise into this is rising. That's what i meant to say the cream. There's a there's a crop. The crop has some cream in it. On top of it and that particular cream is rising home crowd to the top of the crop. Let's stop all this nonsense and turn our attention to the beloved members of the garvey. Shall we because you guys just the best. You're the reason we do this damn thing every day five days a week just to give you a smile or laugh or take your mind off your troubles so we like it when you respond to us when you reach out. There's a number as you can do that. Always via email ralph at the ralph report dot com steve and edy also available at that. Same email address if you put their name in the front. Don't send it to ralph at the ralph report dot com expect eddie or standard to get there. They get celsius. Line it to you won't forward you fuck i got. I got better better better things to do. Hey do bigger fish to fry. You can find some social media or you can do it a lot of folks choose to do which is to leave a voicemail message on the ralph report hotline twenty four hours a day seven days a week. It's just sitting there waiting for you. Lonely empty waiting for you to fill it up with your thoughts feelings. Your questions your comments. All you gotta do is dial up the number one eight three three. Yeah i listened to them all. And i grab a handful that catch my attention and we put them here at a segment known as gummy on the line. Phone is ringing rasta. A how yesterday we were talking about hypnosis. Eddie mentioned that. He used Hypnosis cool it's cool moses heading addio. They have no since they let him go over some social anxiety he was dealing with. I used hypnosis to try to quit smoking. It comes in very useful however there apparently other ways you can use hypnosis according to this caller hair off a one star general here. I'm gonna do this call anonymously. It's kind of thing that i know this all right but you guys are talking about trains and hypnotism today on the ralph apart and. I thought you guys might find interesting to know that there is a Trance recording by isabella. Valentine hall jackpot. That will be pants if you listen to it. I want wanna know that in because of that knowledge if you would like to all right have a great day. Okay mic my boss. Alright we your pants. I'm interested are you really. I can listen to something and it would make me. We talked about hands-free orgasms on ralph sex university not too long ago. Yeah so this would tie in game and isabella. Valentine apparently can hypnotize you into disney yourself. Having an orgasm on demand just by simply listening to her and allowing her to put you under and then she will command you to have an orgasm. And you'll just you'll be helpless. You won't have any choice and work download this isabella. Valentine jackpot is the name of the recording. Do yourself a little google search. That's what i did. I pulled it up a little piece of it here. If you wanna hear sure your she is explaining. Just what's going to happen to you. Here muscles are tightening tighter and tighter. Tighter and tighter tighter and tighter. Think about coming think about how wonderful it would come without touching yourself in. I can i can make you. Come without touching yourself. All i have to do is say the word jackpot and you'll do it without even having to try. It will happen naturally because i am controlling the flow of arousal with my words. There you gun. Isabella says she can make you come whenever she wants take. That challenge is by saying jackpot come jackpot though nothing jackpot. Okay that lobby. I think you have to listen to the entire. Doesn't just knows annoyed as fuck. He'd never the greatest place you've ever been at some point. You please stop and your glass is always half empty. isn't it. come. On caesar's palace. Jack jack ma the fountain in front of caesar's palace. That's what i would be on your knees crying at some point on. Please stop me be on my knees thanking hathor or lilith for bestowing upon me such gift pot. Here's my thought a when you do these hip. Every time i see a movie or tv show. It's like all right. We're going to give you this trigger word and whenever you hear the word chicken. Yeah you're gonna you're gonna think you're a chicken or men in the wacky sitcoms. Going to the company dinner with us. Oh well this looks good on the on the menu here i think i'll have the Roasted chicken back. And then the poor sorry launches into it. If i listened to isabella valentine and conditions. Now can anyone just fuck with me to say jackpot and then next thing. I know watching a game. Show host my pants. Yeah you right. You're watching card sharks or something. Wow look seventeen thousand dollars at our jack. So i'm dubious now. The actual recording is about thirty six minutes in length. And i'm pretty sure you have to go through the entire Process in order to gain any benefits. So i don't know whether i will Give that a go or not hard for me to carve out thirty six minutes of my day me too but yeah ok jackpot. I felt the tangle but maybe out there wants to test and let us know how it work do jackpot and then come. I suppose i got the buttons here in front of me. Let me say hold on a second naming jackpot thanks. Hey remember ryan. Who gave a sarah's ziggy intro. You called in drunk and let us that amazing intro. i love it. He's calling back He was surprised when he listened to the show yesterday. S right here. I had completely gordon. I coaches win. Poetry is to you to to the garden. Me and anybody had to listen to that. Like so i yeah. I'm i'm sorry talking. Saudi folks like my boast by sorry. Sorry apologies you have nothing to be. Sorry about ryan's you gave us this getting. He's he funny zagan to you a little creep and that may be the greatest thing we've heard a while area so apologies and since we're talking about it. We have been checking in with ziggy every day to see if he accidentally ever is funny. And i thought i'd pull yesterday's again. We'd take a look to see if maybe today's the day we got lucky. Maybe today's the jackpot and we'd find out that ziggy accidentally funny yesterday. Let's check in with the old zigzags showing all right. Ziggy is here. He is obviously at the doctor's office. He goes to the doctor's quite a bit well. He's bought ziggys well. He might be getting some chemo Don't make me feel sorry for ziggy. He's got no hair on his body acceptable. Maybe he's got alopicia. All it's true. I had don't want him gone through chemo. Can't be some sympathy. Laughs got no pants on. How do you explain that away with cancer. Maybe just shuts himself ally from all the chemo. Or maybe someone keeps saying. There's no point wearing pants anymore true. So he's at the doctor's offices with the nurse you can tell she's a nurse because she has that cross on her little hat again very great at describing where he's at. Yes there's no question i think. Tom wilson and tom wilson the second his son can do is give you the missile sale as they say these scenario in which we're dealing you know where he's at all time and so he's obviously answering a question to her and he says dur lay insurance company it's either the lizard or the deck see because To gyco or aflac the to insurance companies both have very popular animal mascots and so ziggys unsure but he knows it's either one that's bad or the other guy that's garbage of that singing. Jesus so yesterday we're talking about our galaxy coming to an end and after i read that ziggy could not be a moment too soon The milky way then drama on a collision course they're going to Smash into each other ending life as we know it and jesse heard that and saw an opportunity. They rouse jesse from indianapolis listening Today show listening to eddie. Come up with the name for the two galaxies becoming one if you slow down for drunk any thoughts I think we gotta hit. You thinks oh yeah. That was something else. Even a regular speed. That was something else but here on the show we have found when we slow eddie down by half he sounds like the drunk guy at the bar even though the man does not drink so it's time once again to check in with eddie's drunk thoughts. I can't see this closed from your face. It's gross eddie's drunk thoughts five my teeth. The galaxy of andromeda is hurtling towards the milky way galaxy. That's where we live right. And they're these two are going to collide that i didn't know the and dramas going to collide with the milky way. And then they're going to coalesce into one giant elliptical galaxy that Astronomers have dubbed milk. Amada they have not. They have all comedy milky way and andromeda or going to collide making milk. Hamadeh be amnesty am no way away. What should it be. Avenue away amway. We sell products and vitamins. Do i name zometa way. His worst thing. I've ever heard right. Maybe the other one. I'm trying to do and drama and in the milky way and drama away just end and drama way and drama way. That'd i once. I am bitter debris i forget the but the way the that particular drunk makes me sound like the bartender time and i'm reading a news article out of the paper one more. I gotta hear that attack you. The galaxy of andromeda is hurtling towards the milky way galaxy. That's where we live right. And these two are going to collide. I know that drama is going to collide with the milky way. And then they're going to coalesce into one giant elliptical galaxy that Astronomers have dubbed mill comedy. They have not they have oklahoma data milky way and andromeda or going to collide making milk ominous be the be him the way hamlet away. What should it be. Hammering away amway. Should we sell products. Vitamins douarnenez zometa ways. His worst thing. I've ever heard right. Maybe the other ones that are in drama too and in the milky way and just end and drama way and draw away. That's it last who we play. Beat music here on every single program kind of make your day a little bit happier. We call them are happy hits. Chris had an excellent suggestion given today's special guest. Hi this is chris from the car bomb podcast and i was just calling to request In honor of noodles from the offspring being on the show. If i could request an offspring song for my happy hit and this is one of the songs one of their jokey song. Sorta like pretty fly and a lot of people didn't like it because i think they didn't get the joke but honestly this song is just so much fun definitely puts a patron my staff every day so i'm requesting offspring cruising california otherwise known as bump in the trunk love. You mean it. By took songs easy cruising bumping will sign. We have a good time. The all you want is directly. How her caboose said she she. She calls this truck in how much you as much sure. It's fun to great to right. Noodles will be joining us later on the show. Thanks to everybody who called in today. Appreciate it you too can be featured in the garden on the line segment but in order for that to happen. You have to call me now. It is time to castor is on the giant calendar that hang on the bat cave wall because every single day of the calendar year has multiple holidays associated with it and so we like to break them down for you because not all of them are legitimate. Some of them are bullshit so we do a segment called holiday or holiday holiday. All a leased town. We celebrate rafeh happy national barbie day. Everyone rb day. Barbie the doll yes. I is that day because barbie is one of the most popular toys in american history. She's historic guess without that wouldn't have modern-day action figure. You wouldn't have anything that's true. Okay barbie convince me was the first mass produced doll to have adult features like boobs. Well yes but also her face was usually was baby dolls up to that point locals. Little baby dolls didn't make dolls adults. This was an aspirational. This was for for a little girl to look forward to see. Who am i going to be when i grow up. And you can't live up to man. See your always half empty. Kind of cutting grow santa barbie doll like look up. Look up to barbie the to grow up to look like a barbie doll. Some detractors do criticize bar before being an unattainable ideal. A woman little bit physically that most girls. I'm going to grow up to look like sharpy. Her specifications her measurements is when extrapolated. Out into human size are ridiculous. Thirty six twenty four thirty ninety one twelve thirty three. It's it's insane. You can't do it without meg ryan major surgery and having some ribs removed jackpot jackpot but and that may have been the case early on because she was mostly a fashion doll. But that i mean mattel's done a pretty good job of the modern barbie offering positive role models to girls in business and science and education. And more he is much more of a modern woman they have. They have done better. They have yes She was born on this day. March ninth in nineteen fifty nine when she made her debut at the american international toy fair. In new york city ruth handler was the name of the woman. Mattel who created the barbie doll and launched this american icon. Barbie has a full name. Middle name analyst. Really what does she has barbara. Millicent roberts is name roberts guess and Other reason barbie is sort of groundbreaking is barbie's marketing strategy relied almost exclusively on television advertising the first toys to really use. Tv commercials directed straight towards kids. Right to get them to bug their parents to buy the lead changes the whole toy because then they went into making cartoons specifically based on toys to sell toys. So yeah i guess. Barbie was the sole sponsor of the mickey mouse club back in the day. And that's how she became a a best seller. In fact estimates are that barbie dolls have sold over a billion dollars. Worldwide and over one hundred and fifty countries loaded so on. This day we celebrate barbie and her boyfriend can he was born in nineteen sixty one. But we're really celebrating barbie. He's got a last name what's his last name carson. They're not married. Ken carson boy. There's she's not going to settle down at her g. I joe to play with. She's not going to settle boring. Old can she. She lives with. ken achieved. She gets down and get some kung fu grip across the tracks. I will admit now that. When i was young my gi. Joe used to rub up against my sister's barbies. They would happen to it. They would lay down together in congress in sexual congress so i feel that you take the closer yes no no. I didn't know if you were just dry up. But why would g. I joe wanna lose it in his camoes when he could actually be with barbie and the dream. Maybe he's on-duty check bob with barbed. It's called the duty real quick. I used to wrap my wonder woman around. My penis had a live show. I drunk when live show is to take my migo. Wonder woman and wrap around my barbie doll fucker. Obviously wonder woman doesn't have any horrified. You climax. I don't remember i don't believe did i don't believe climate i no. I don't believe i did. I just i. She was attractive to me. And i thought she would look good around my penis. Look a big mma. Dick in who's the wonder now at woman chapada. So we're going to celebrate national barbie day. Despite the people who have criticism again her barbie also does a lot of good in the my kid never into barbie no early number. Even if it's a generational thing. I'm not as popular today as it was now. It's more of a collector's marquette. Anything else. I own a cat woman. Barbie a batman. Ken will celebrate that. It's also national meatball day. Depends i'm done with that. I know you are. We recognize the great american food the meatball however a lot of people think the meatball may becomes from italy. Not so much. They say in fact. There was a recipe a chinese recipe for meatballs. That originates back to twelve. Excuse me two hundred twenty one. Bc although ancient rome cookbooks do featuring meatball type recipes. Well as do persian cookbooks and other parts of the middle east so apparently everybody was taken meat and smashing together and then meeting a balls revolutionnaire. No one can really own that idea But it's still very popular. Of course today mostly related to italian cooking with spaghetti meatballs but the swedes also have their famous meatballs as well at ikea yes but they can get the mug place. I've had them of course they're good though. Not gonna run across. Carl's junior or the other fine establish requent. They're good swedish. Meatballs nike the meatball subs the meatball pizza. You can use other kinds of foods. Usually it's beef but you can use pork turkey or lamb porcupine meatballs no now. You don't need it's not porcupine meet you put rice in okay quills. Where okay that. We talk about that. So there's one restaurant in new york that has fifty four different kinds of meatballs on their menu. That you're just trying to make shit up at that point. No it's got dip it's got what different meats different flavors different additives. It's like i ended baskin robbins. Shouldn't make that many ice cream flavors they shouldn't they shouldn't have that many players. You're you're king of variety. I don't think you need that. Many just it. It adds to confusion and delay get in. Get out big. We want move on what this is. Why this is why lines form god happy meatball today. Everybody i think at the report. Actually sit down and you dine. I don't think you're standing in line at a counter waiting to get you balls on a stick or whatever however it was in your head. That's a great idea meatballs stick. Today's also national. Get over it day. This is a day as you can imagine from the name and implies you should just get over it. Get over me not liking oysters. Everybody get over it. A lot of people disappointed a sock. That you don't want to always do not the people this is. There's a lot of small things that happen in life that you should just get over. Whether it's spilt milk get over it. Traffic being passed over for promotion poor grades and argument with a friend or family member. They shouldn't just live on forever. Because you wanna hold onto a get over it This holiday was created by geoff. Goldblatt in two thousand five after his ex-girlfriend left and he was having a hard time getting over her so we started get over a day to inspire him and others to Not hang onto stuff. That just doesn't matter happy. Get over the. And lastly we like do take a food related to a holiday and run a pass daddy but something he'd be willing to eat or perhaps stick up his ass. Then pull out. How do we find out. Well we pull the handle of the patented eddie pence jackpot slot machine. If we get three reels after we pull the handle jackpot is going to eat. However if those reels mismatched there's no jackpot at all is anybody has listened to that audio edition. Slew favourite show. This is they're upping their subscription level. This show constantly today is also national crab. Meat day depends national crab meat day. The day to celebrate america's favorite crustacean. One point five million tons of crab meat are consumed every year around the world. Plenty of crab meat. Lovers celebrate this holiday each and every year. You know crab meat is actually a pretty healthy choices. A lot of Tizard what's that visit. Tis protein and twenty ad the butter and the ad but of course there's a wide variety here in the united states of popular tasty crabs like the blue the stone. The dungeon is the king. The rock the snow. They come both hard and soft shelled. Of course they can be found long all the coasts of the united states and hawaii however the most popular way to eat crab. In the united states depends. It's not cracking the shell on the on the way you think. Would you eat a crab cake. Said he a crab cake crabcakes. Nothing better than some lump meet in a crabcakes a delicious crab cake. One of my favorite appetizers in fact that and then a nice steak dinner man. It's pretty much perfect meal but it's not about me. It's about eddie pence seton crabcakes. There's only one way for us to find out. Let's pull that handle here. We go on crabcakes. Do ask brad my preferred way to eat crap. Oh the legs crab legs. That's my preferred. that's not a that's too much work though. That's that's shitty. blue crabs. They got to dig into the body for thirty five hours to get out of bounce of meat that sucks balls but like crab legs like dungeon. Not done just joking. Have you can afford that. Sorry once you get a gofundme we going so you can s. I might do that. I haven't had them in a while. I can see it now. L. get whatever's leftover two people who haven't had going to a charity charity people who have been victims of domestic abuse so they can eat crabs. So your crab cake. Well that's what a great but a great way lows out holiday or holiday barak moreira halladay. Say hey there. It's ralph garman here. I hope you're enjoying the show. And if you are why. Not subscribe to the ralph reports a. You can hear it monday through friday for just fifteen cents a day you can be a one star general supporter and that will get you the show in your ear holes monday through friday. Of course there are two three and four star general levels as well which get you more bonus content and more access to me. So if you like what. You're hearing why not subscribe goto patriot dot com slash the ralph report. That's p at r. e. o. n. dot com slash. The roth report subscribed today. So you don't miss a thing it's time to take a look at all the entertainment news with a segment. I call the showbiz. Wow can you imagine the surprise when this gentleman was trying to pull up tom and jerry for his kids over there. An hbo max. Yesterday when up popped. The snyder cut of justice league. Heard about this yeah. Hbo max accidentally leaked jazz. Zack snyder's justice league ten days before the film's official release and this guy wasn't the only one. Although he was the most famous called it out. I on twitter. He showed us seeing said tom. And jerry this is not about showing it to his kids. This is a hard our movie and tom and jerry as you can imagine not so much but there was another guy to work for the hollywood reporter. As a matter of fact ryan. Parker was also trying to take check out the tom and jerry and he pulled it up as well After about an hour so they say someone recognized what was going on and cut to the feed to the leaked show. One individual said. The first hour of the snyder cut is the best dc film. I've ever seen okay. We'll soon late. See that's the way you're snyder cut. It's all about the snyder. That's the wait and see. That movie needs work jackpot. I'm sure the first hour might be good. Let's see i feel better when you're in about three and chain. Let me see how you feel about the movie so some people have had a sneak preview. But it's going to be ten days before the rest of us can watch and we'll all watch because we're suckers mark wilson. Tv's most famous. Magician has passed away died at the age of ninety. One at one time in the seventies you couldn't turn on a tv without mark wilson showing up doing tricks on johnny carson. Yeah like that. It very influential musician magician. Because he was a pioneer in proving that magic could thrive on television at the time. They figured real magic is a live this art form. You have to be sitting in the audience to be experienced yet to experience. it live to really get. You're not going to be impressing on television. So no one would put. Maybe on the ed sullivan show and one of those variety show shorten the rest aikman. He was the first guy heavy tv series where the whole show was magic was called the magic land of alec exam. It was a saturday morning saturday morning. Kids show and ran from nineteen sixty two thousand nine hundred sixty five. It made him a star and he taught celebrities like cary grant and johnny carson. How to employ magic work. Even trained bill bixby for tv. Show called the magician remember. There was a founding member of the magic castle as well A beloved magician certainly by other magicians penn teller released a statement saying how how e influenced their work so zad new appeared disappeared. A puff of smoke. This that's how he went. Yeah he's land there and gone gone just. A dove was sitting on his pillow. Pretty impressive even to the end the way to go. Its cancel culture. Dooming these space jam. Remake is it Space jam in new legacy. That's the movie you know michael jordan. Of course start in the original back in one thousand nine hundred ninety six now. Lebron james is going to be on. For the sequel slash reboot of the franchise and many of the looney tunes beloved characters including bugs and daffy tweety and forty or all on hand. There was a scene reportedly written in the original script for pepe. Pugh a really where he was a bartender who comes onto a girl at the bar and lebron steps in and teaches him about consent. I shit you script but pepe shall not be showing up in this version. They say certainly given his reason troubles people saying he added to the rape culture. That stupid but but what about. Speedy gonzales depends. I heard about this to the fastest mouse in all have made right. They're trying to cancel header trying to cancel speedy because apparently the stereotypes that friends were perpetuating with their sombreros and they're thick accents and their siestas is very offensive. And gabriel gracieuse fluffy the voice of speedy gonzales. And he's not too happy about these people trying to cancel speeding. He's the voice in the movie or actual people from trying to cancel speaking. I'm quite sure who's or is this just like keyboard keyboard warriors on twitter. Now here's the thing to cancel gabrielle. Iglesias is from mexico. He's a mexican and it doesn't seem to have any problems playing the role israeli gonzales. Now i'm sure there's a big check involved. Getting paid probably helps but he is fighting back against the people who are trying to cancel speedy. I am the voice of speedy gonzales in the new space jam. He tweeted this mean. They're going to try to cancel fluffy to you. Can't catch me cancel culture. I'm the fastest mouse in all of mexican so as of yet speedy is still in the film. But i'm sure there's time for someone to get cold feet and start hacking at the new space jam movies. It's just as homogenized pointless. well thank god. that pepi scenes gone. Because i'd rather not him be in it then that send to learn an important lesson about consent so you don't want you don't want no women to be sexually assaulted bars. Wrong would have been brutal to watch. Oh thank you so much. Lebron james or teaching me how to be better with women seem have been all ruutel. Hey peppy that ain't right. You shouldn't be kissing on that pussycat like that. We could all learn important lesson. He wants true you jackpot exchange with the power. Puff girls live. Action series has founded director over there on the cw. Power puff girls. Of course those adorable little pint-sized superheroes while they're all grown up now over on the cw. They're all their twenties and their Their apparently a grumpy. Oh spread disillusion twentysomethings who resent having lost their childhood to fighting crime. They don't want any part of it but they may get called back in because a major catastrophe that only the power. Puff girls can help us. But i think so A director named maggie kylian has been tapped to helm the pilot for that. And then we'll see if it goes to series or not so. I like this thing now where female projects are being directed by women and ethnic projects are being directed by. What would some would say these. The appropriate at this point of view of those characters have should come from the director is the voice. It is their visions liking that trend. However my fear is is going to lead to some sort of weird ghettoisation of filmmaking. Where yeah okay. Well let the women direct the women's projects and we'll let the african americans directly african-american projects. But i would like to see more diverse directors taking on mainstream films say that a black guy can direct a movie full of white guys and a woman could direct man's story. I don't think we have to just keep people in their cubbies. No i don't even be uncomfortable. But it's it's a. It's a movement the queen's gambit. Did you watch over on greenspan. Great set the chess. one it is. It's about the young lady who is a chess prodigy. Now you 'cause i can tell right now you're saying oh that sounds boring to me but it's not. It's a brilliant piece of television and it's being made now into a musical. See i can. I can tell by your snoring new music because it's going to be awesome and i'm all about it. Apparently they just sold the the ethical stage rights to accompany. That is getting ready to make it was the most watched scripted miniseries in netflix's with over sixty two million in the first month. I'm just saying impress a lot of people. I'm glad to those people and speaking of musicals and animated musicals in the works about a k pop girl group that actually hunts demons on the side. K pop demon hunters is underway over at sony. Pictures animation and maggie. Chang is going to be directing that story of a wildly popular k pop music group who actually also have to hunt down demons on their time off. It could be fun. But i'm rooting for the demons in this particular case. Because i've heard k pop. And i if i have to have to pick a side. Even i'm pro demon. Let's take a look today. Celebrity birthdays all these stars. Born on tuesday march ninth. Mickey gilley are good old. Healy mickey gilley. Mickey gilley country music. Mickey guilio owner of gillies. The world's largest honky-tonk don't know it you ever see little movie called urban cowboy my friend. Okay okay. far they go. All the dance takes place. Gillies yes mickey was the owner of i got it now and had plenty of hits on the soundtrack as well including this bad stand by me but let me ride that mechanical bowl. I can ride that bill. If i want to bud. No you can't says he you're not getting all that both no girl minds can be riding the bull. Everybody looking at her. Wow wow a movie was an impact. I can tell the passion you just delivered in that speech. Yes that's uv. And a half a cowboy hat. I won't break out. Stetson mickey gillies eighty five today. Jean louisa kelly from uncle buck and mr holland's opus and the sitcom yes dear. She's forty nine brittany snow. The actress american dreams and hairspray is thirty five singer mark lindsay lead singer of paul revere and the raiders is seventy nine years old cherokee h. So good go. Way tongue taught their english. To young man that's going honky tonks cowboys indians. I run the gamut man. My passions are widespread emmanuel lewis. Remember webster i do. He's fifty webster's fifty now. Good lord juliette binoche beautiful actors from shock. Alah in the english patient is fifty seven tires. Robin trower from local. Harem is seventy six years old oscar isaac from star wars. Oh damn jackpot. Eddie lost in his pants act. He's forty two today. Comedian jordan clever from the daily show is also forty two singer jeffrey. Osborne turned seventy three. The week actors linda from men in black and of course dogma is sixty three today and drummer shannon leto of thirty seconds to mars fifty one. That's today celebrity birthdays. I'm ralph garment. I walked the showbiz. Beat because it's tuesday. It's time for us. Do a deep dive into one of your favorite tv shows and the theme that you know and love from it. It's tv tune. Tuesday here we go. You know liked that you do today. We are breaking the mold with tv tunes tuesday breaking two of my cardinal rules. Okay what are they. I we well not never but we practically never said loose rules. It's not really a cardinal rule more like just a regular priests guidelines priest rule. It's just one of the. Let's not quite as high up as cardinal or pope. It's more down there. We don't do it a lot of themes for shows that are still on the air. Okay mostly we do classic themes everyone grew up with and then it's one of those where everybody gets a chance to relive their nostalgic feelings. Yeah their youth and we almost never do songs that were originally released as music or singles and then used for a theme later on after the fact. This is my life by billy joel for bosom buddies or love and marriage by frank sinatra for married with children. I i tend to stay away from those because those those songs exist on their own before. They're used for television. Themes i am breaking both of those. Wow day because that's how much i love this show and that's how much i love this song and i think this song although it did exist before it was used in the series most people became familiar with it. Either from this series or some other Appearances it made on soundtracks for feature films and things like that. So let's talk about the show. It is one of my favorite goddamn shows. World debuted in twenty thirteen in september back in uk on bbc. Two and boy. It's a great show. The creators a guy named steven night and his idea was to show the exploits of a crime family. During the aftermath of the first world war and then close out that storyline with very first air raid siren signifying the beginning of world war two. And he's done just that sadly we have heard the season of this particular show will be the final. And i love it. Steve ashton loves it. I don't believe eddie pants as ever seen it. Because it's awesome. But i know eric clearwater loves it. Hey rows yoho know what to do group. As eric unclear london. A man. I wanted to call and request a tv to For tuesday So there's this show on my friends are all watch. And they're like man you gotta watch this show like. Yeah whatever and got time then you started talking about it. You and steve ashton started talking about it as a whole lot on the report. 'cause like men are let me go. Check this shit out. I immediately fell in love with it like the first of this And had been the hell out. The i'm on my third lodged through now preparing for the upcoming season. I think y'all know it. It got one dope is hugging inches is just all in my head. You know i'm With no rare right. And can we get peaky blinders on there all right. Thank you hell. Yeah we can talk about some peaky blinders another show you haven't seen i haven't seen it. Mike not a not a minute of it. Peaky blinders the story of the shelby. Family said of course in birmingham england. Just an amazing show with a great ensemble cast killian murphy and helen. Mccrory and joe call paul anderson just spectacular great guest stars. Sam neill. Tom hardy adrian brodie while he wasn't so good. But a lot of other people paddy considine great cast great series. We are going to see the sixth and final series coming up soon and he's right. The theme song is amazing. Red right hand is the name of a song by australian rock band nick cave and the bad seeds. It was released a long time ago on their eighth studio album. Let love in from nine hundred ninety four and this song has been used as such great effect on this series. The lyrics describe a shadowy alluring manipulative figure stalking the land and striking combination of fear. And all wherever he goes part daddy demon according to mick harvey. The songs co writer. And that's certainly describes tommy shelby from the show. It's been used to great effect in other soundtracks as well dumb and dumber featured. It was on an episode of the x files. Scream has used it. In three of the scream franchise films. It was featured in hell boy as well a cover version by pr on that soundtrack. But nobody uses it like peaky. Blinders does here. It is theme song from peaky blinders from nick cave. Red right hand won't crosses the vied. I do crappy rest secrets abode of home and we never spoke the bridge mills pastas staff. The gathering. storm comes a toll hinson main black cold with a red rat. Can no dreams took you love to destroy stroke reached d been a whole string game. Soul birthday won't be single thing user group news through this disappeared. A cold is a red rat right. That's the same from dumb. And dumber when he's carrying the beer and he's got the big phone. Whatever with dumb and dumber. That's what i remembered from. Peaky blinders the red right hand. Because that's homage shelby will kill you. Cut your heart out. And that's why his hands right because your blood's on yes. Because you don't watch the damn show. I like dumb and dumber. That was pretty good. Get the essentials is just beer and a big foam hat and he gets his wallet stuck in the old ladies like old people though useless. Do still repurpose okay you. I'm sure your shows good. We should take you out for allred a peaky blowing days the calm the peaky blinders because they look to blind like pick through blinds and a window. Save somebody's coven. Yep exactly why. Because they're always trying to see if someone's coming from inside the house right now. They wear peaked. Caps jeff caps. We used to call him back. East like newsies. Yeah exactly and in the in the the cap. The sewn into the brim of the cap is razor blades. So they give you a little Head but it cut you cut your they can grab it out of the thing wrote across your eyes. That's terrible and they blind you don't they don't wanna watch blind. Not watching the gangsters don't you think crime dramas don't you like family. Crime family dramas really. Did you like the godfather films films. Vast. hey this is the godfather but done with with gypsies in in birmingham instead of italians in new york. Okay but i don't like the razor blade across the eyeball thing. I'm a. I'm not down for that thank you. I like looking now. The house of the blinds. That's much better the much better definition for the. That's gonna be eddie's remake fifty blinders crowded inside waiting for his chicken tenders to be delivered is out there. Suppose mates was out there eric. Excellent choice pearls before swine. Some people don't appreciate the magic that he's peaky blinders on today's tv tunes. Tuesday here we go. You know what day it is like you don't do but not match. Oh these carry fear to cowboy hat. I'm so funny all right before saying goodbye. Let's check in with my noodles from the offspring. I love this guy. Been a pal of mine for years since going back. Of course my days in rock on the radio show where we played a ton of offspring music. And i tell noodles during our chat. It was one of the few bands that we played a ton of that. I never got tired of hearing their music. They've got a brand new album. Coming out called. Let the bad times roll drops april sixteenth. It is their first new album in nine years. It's been too long since we've had new music from the offspring. Here's a little taste by the way of the title. Cut here is let the bad times role took dan lynch crazy. So good on that is titled track from let the bad times roll. The new offspring album that drops on april sixteenth. Here's my conversation with noodles. Just a reminder for you to three and four star generals i've also posted the video version of our zoom. Call ceus chatting as well here. It is me and noodles well. It was good news last month for offspring fans when we heard there was new music on the way let the bad times roll the new album by the offspring out april sixteenth. Twenty twenty one so just a couple of months from now we'll be able to hear new offspring music noodles man. Good to see a pal how you doing you to raffia. Great to see you man one question. Everybody's asking noodles. Why so soon. Why you guys releasing an album so closely to the last one which was what a decade ago. Yeah just nine years. There's only been nine years. You know we figured why wait. That's right nostril. Quality iron is hot right. Yeah yeah You know the there's a number of reasons. Part of the reason is the last record. A days go by was our last record on that contract. So we've had no nobody from the label telling us we gotta finish something a after. We finished the two on that dexter when into he started school again. He said you guys. I was about a year away for my phd. You mind if i go back and get my phd and we were like very supportive. Now you know. How long is it gonna take. This is out maybe two years. Yeah took five years. But in that time we were recording here in this recording studio in huntington beach recording hair and And we tour for months out of every year as well so yeah and then we you know about two or three years ago we we kind of looked at what we had thought we were close to having a record done then we had this creative spurt and finished up a bunch of new songs and then the pandemic it right about the time we thought we were done with the record And so we tweaked it a little bit more eventually. You want you know what this is done. We gotta we gotta move on. It's just it's time while you guys released the title track. And i'm telling you it's just a kick s song. It sounds great bravo. yeah. I noticed the lyrics. I mean you. Guys aren't traditionally known as a very political band but the lyrics of this song. You're obviously you guys have a point of view. Yeah well i mean we always try to talk about what we see happening in the world without telling people what to thank. you know. we don't wanna put you fine a point on it. We don't like being preached at so. We don't want to preach at other people that being said you know the last four years here and our country and and other parts of the world. We've just seen a lot of craziness happening and to not talk about. It would be to ignore the elephant in the room. So we do. We do talk about it. I don't think it's been a fun for years for anybody. On either side of the spectrum really know is true and the and the last year with the pandemic. i was thinking of you guys. You mentioned you tour. Four months out of the year you know the pandemic took that all away from you guys. So what were you doing in instead yet. A covers of songs from tire king. Christmas song to you know while we were still trying to finish up this record you know because once the pandemic we we went well we can't tour or what are we going to do. Let's keep looking added and so. Yeah so we've been spending a lot of time in the studio wearing masks trying to keep socially distanced and and you guys are working with bob rock again. Who produced this record for your alleged. What why did you guys decide to go back with him again. Just because of the chemistry yeah absolutely. He's he's great. He's he pushes us. In a way that makes us want to be pushed. We we always know when we're going down the right path because he he'll he'll always say it's gonna be great which means you're onto something but you're not there yet you know it's gonna be great. Okay we'll work on it and he's you know we really is kind of like a like a family. Now we get together here in the studio and you know fifteen twenty minutes at first. We're just talking about what's going on in the world. Our families are and stuff like that and shooting the shit and then we just get to work. What are we working on. Today you know we visiting stumping. We've been working on before we're going to start something completely new He's got new fun toys as as a guitar player. It's always find working with him because he knows all the new stuff to play with an vintage stuff. You'll come up with a new toy you know from nine hundred. Seventy eight somewhere kind stopped box. That's always really fun and mix makes the guitar sound different. How much of the new material on the album is new or did you guys have stuff that you've been working on for a while but you kind of brought out and retooled it. Most of it's been done in the last three years probably There's probably four songs or fi signs that were from before that one of the new songs though has as a breakdown in the middle or guitar solo. That really comes from the eighties. We used to call herself before we were the offspring. We call ourselves manic subside. All you can see why we change the name. And there's there's a guitar riffs dexter in the breakdown. It comes from an old man song that we did back in the eighties. So you know. We're drawing on all kinds of different stuff. You know Obviously the single Let the bad times roles. Really all pretty new rifts and everything but but some of the stuff. We are going back to the before times the new single. I gotta tell you it. It sounds like the offspring. I mean that signature sound is still very much a part of that first thing to do going to hear the same on on the rest of the tracks. Yeah i mean that's that's a pretty pretty good example of what the the record sounds like. You got the aggressive guitars bass and drums and all the verses and then all of a sudden you have this kind of dancing chorus like the world's going to l. minds low. Enjoy ed bradley. I think many of us feel quite frankly. If you can't if you can't do anything about it. I mean you know some of the stuff you can change go out and change it but if you can't change it you gotta learn to live with it and roll with the punches right china to get you torn down by. So that's kinda kinda that that idea but there's plenty of like i said some the more kind of punk rock stuff that we've been. We always what we grew up loving so we always go back to that we do a different version of gone away which is an old offspring song that everyone the ostrich fans no certainly We stripped it down and did a piano version. Which is something we've been doing in the lives show for a couple of years now number of years now and The fans have been asking. When can we get a studio recorded version of the piano version of gone away and so we included that on this record. That's a little different. And then we have a song much horns in god. We never have sex anymore. I'm glad you brought that up. Because that title caught my eyes. I looked at the track list. Yeah it's it's a really fun song about a bummer bummed out part of people's relationship anyone in any any kind of relationship of any length knows what it's like when the passion of wayne's and it happens you can get it back doesn't mean the relationships over the last time you get the passion back again But this is just about. You know that that's hard in a relationship. Well i can't wait to hear the rest of the album. As i mentioned the first track is amazing. And it's so funny. I tell friends and i'm not just blowing smoke up your ass but all my ears on k rock. We played so many so many artists over and over and over again and the only music. I didn't mind hearing for those eighteen years. Was the stuff that you guys put out. Just such a huge fan man Thanks rouse thanks. Yeah always loves coming out hanging out with you down there to reconnect here. Hey while we're trying to feel optimistic about the direction this pandemic things going. Are there any plans for you guys to hit the road a little bit to support the record. You know. we're we're waiting to find out. We actually have shows scheduled. I think as early as june in europe You know i don. I don't. I don't know if that's going to happen. I i'm skeptical All i know is as soon as the pandemic stops spreading at least and people can get together in groups and do it safely. We're all about it. I mean we're looking forward to playing. We've been rehearsing. We never rehearsed. We hate rehearsing banding. We've been rehearsing has been really fun. Actually in but it's it's the only thing missing is an audience to play for you know but we've got know we've got a real tight unit happening right now. We're having a lot of fun playing together. This is probably the longest layoff. You guys have not playing together in a while. i can imagine absolutely it is. Yeah yeah we got together and played just just with us recording playing with us About a week and a half ago it was great to have the guys all together in the same rooms playing for a couple of days. But like i said as you can get out and travel and drink budding. Lay mary's at an airport. And you know and and then plan for a real audience There's something missing in our lives for sure. Well maybe when it's all over we can finally get are bad finger cover band together. We've known so long totally. Yeah yeah. I got chip on speed. Dial she's she's an for sure awesome. Listen you get dave and all right. Well well pat smear also said he'd step in if if they wasn't interested so We'll see less. And you know the mid. And i told listeners of the report that we were pows people have been bugging me and bugging me to have you come on the show and it's so great to finally have you on here. I really appreciate you doing this on my pleasure. Pleasure and the the photo shop with a lot of fun on that one fan. He was relentless. Absolutely ask good for him. I just wish. I didn't have dumb ass grin on my face because i'm so tired of looking at it. Well when we can meet up again in person we'll take some new photos that we can post those are. I love that idea noodles. Thank you so much really. appreciate it. my raft. It's good to see again. Thanks again the noodles for stopping by and chatting with me and again let the bad times. Roll the new album from the offspring. Drops april sixteenth. And so we'll be talking noodles again sometime soon as soon as they make plans to tour. Support the album you know. It looks like maybe springer summertime. they'll be doing some dates. We'll have him back onto that. All right that's it for us today. Thank you so much for joining us. Come on back tomorrow. Tomorrow is wednesday. They're always fun because we i know. It's a thing to think what i wonder. If we take a look at a smash hit song and the artists who performed it and it was never quite able to recapture that level of success. Also speaking on wednesday. Don't forget tomorrow night. If you're a four star general. I will be sending up a link. You can check out the livestream recording of thursday morning. Show we'll do it. Live right in front of your eyes. We had a good time with atlanta. So much fun and people seemed to enjoy it so Come and join us for that. If you're a four star general. Meanwhile join us tomorrow. Kids and in order to do that. You know you gotta take care yourself right so please still if he can stay the fuck at home at very least. 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E 133 Mobility or Stability Issue Daniel Bockmann DC
"Episode one hundred thirty three ability are stability issues and he'll start the Justin truth-ler today Dr Daniel box men's perspective join twenty seventeen in two thousand eighteen podcast awards nominees host as we get behind the curtain look at all types of doctors and guests specialties. Let's hear a doctor's perspective <music>. Thanks for joining me this week. I think you're GonNa like the guest as the title suggests mobility or stability are actually is it both and yes it is so we're GONNA go through all of what's he looking for. When we're talking about mobility or stability he's creating a one day seminar seminar to come help goals through all the joints that he treats but that's only a small part of the actual interview most of it is talking about the kids definition his theory housing look at things because the way he does Rehab is very simple ineffective in fact? He's is able to be one of the doctor for the A._D._p.. Volleyball which is their professional organization is the Go-to for some musicians that come into town and a lot of stems from online reviews as well so that's part of his marketing at the time of the recording there was a prominent Achilles injury during the N._B._A.. Finals so we use that as an example for him walking through his technique protocols and also his favorite patient outcome assessment which is different than probably what you think like. It's not Oswal Trie. We got to review the other day. I'm not one hundred percents sure if I put it in the past episode but here again ego or K. D._C.. Wrote doc great job on creating such an array of good and useful information. I see that lots of work was put into the podcast good job well eager. I appreciate your feedback back. Appreciate the encouragement and I do put a lot of effort in time with these which I hope everyone notices well you know these guys come out later Dan when I do them but next week going on a little riverboat cruise Sinjin city three days down never you've been on like that before so far to spend time with a family get away from work for a little while the adventure of teaching Shanghai's been going well. It's a little bit teaching consulting little sippy sipping tea and having great Chinese hospitality speaking of real quick. I don't have a dedicated age for the PR- alone fast mimicking diet but I just started this week. I'm on day four or five as not really a weight loss diet but I think that's how they want you to like promoted a little bit but I look at it as more of playing two for one week per a month for three consecutive months yeah all the odometer fat. That's an important part for me. That's where I keep it. Blood pressure goes down triglycerides. L._D._L.'s glucose tolerance is better like A._N._C.. C reactive protein oceans go down so I've already taken a blow working. I'm waiting so you know I got to retake but I'm excited for it and the big thing is the up regulation of stem cells after you're done fasting and then repeating when they're big things is year a fast but you actually get to eat some food and the food is specially made us why at the by these boxes and the foods given to us eight hundred calories a day that interest you just shoot me an email or response you can also go to a doctor perspective dot net slash resources to find out more about that. I think that's enough for now. All the show notes and transcript can be found at doctors perspective dot net slash one three. Let's go hashtag behind the curtain live from China in Austin Texas. Today we got a doctor car practic who says his treatment approaches outcome driven which means he has specific functional in pain goals for every patient that comes in. He's got proven methods. That work in a big thing is how to educate patients on how to prevent future recurrences which is I think very good thing now. He works with semi pro football musicians and not on for himself but for volleyball players in the A._v._p.. So that's a nice little niche. He's got going on please. We'll show Dr Daniel Bachman. Hey everyone doc thanks for having me on. I love of your podcast and you do great work. I'm glad to be music to my ears right there. We always gotta start the interview with you know why Chiropractic we're actually the same alumni oh really so you went to T._C.. As well he A._C._C. would not have crossed paths some of the things I definitely GonNa want to know about later for the listener assume volleyball. I've only treated one like a really good volleyball player and that was really fun and then musicians like well that was Kinda. Cool looking at your page nursing home a world you get into that and what is functional Rehab functional all that stuff look like so. That's what you're going to get today so let's just jump in why chiropractic and obviously fit guys. That was the backstory okay so it's an interesting story <hes> how I got into Chiropractic so it's Kinda crazy so when I was a senior in high school <hes> they gave us an aptitude test in skills tests to see what we're good do that and what we're interested in right kinda point us in the direction of a career well. I took the tests and both of the two tests most of them said I should become a chiropractor which I was like. What is that in my counselors like? I'm not sure I think it's some kind of bone dr not even I was like exactly so neither knew what it was but it sounded like Oh dr sounds pretty good so maybe I should go for that. I said well what do I need to do. She said well it's premed so I said we'll all go premed so now there was a big gap in there here so I went premed for a while and then <unk> then I kind of discovered the college life and long story short. I had a lot of fun and didn't really take much school for ten years. I bartended for ten Tan years and then I got married and I realize hey I don't want to retire and raise a family on a bartender salary so I started reconsidering what career path on might take in went back to my wife said Hey. Hey what about chiropractic and I said okay so I jumped in. I went. I took forty. Basically I was short for my Undergrad. That was short forty hours of science so I'd taken every other class that hangs it's a lot hours and I took the forty hours one year I wo- I took summer classes and I mean I just went great guns and I also had to raise my G._P._A.. At the same time to get accepted so it was kinda crunch time but I did it then then I went to Texas Chiropractic College Pasadena Texas and where you which you know well stink Edina Texas and they know yeah yes and <hes> and that in honestly I think it's amazing that an eighteen year old which we are at <unk> as a high school senior we're being asked to make this monumental decision about what we're going to do for the rest of our life. We have no idea whether we're going to enjoy it whether we're going to be good at it but we have to make this massive investment in time and money towards this thing and we just kinda cross our fingers in hope is the right thing so I feel completely fortunate to come to just unreservedly love what I do. It's it's I feel lucky to have landed here. It's very rewarding boarding job. I look forward to every day. That's that's my measure for. How much do you like your job? It's how you feel when you're driving to work. Do you feel like Oh my God another. I got a psych myself up for this or do you feel like what's Today. GonNa Bring me. What kind of new exciting different case am I gonNA get? How am I gonNA be challenged kind of big therapeutic winds? Could I get today. How many how many people can I see light up in happiness or be able to get out of a chair again or whatever whatever whatever the thing is? It's exciting and I feel super super lucky to have landed here. Sometimes I wonder if we should be taking a year all not a year off but doing something for like a year when and if it's expected the nets great because I'm with you Manley bartending for ten years that's a long time thirty hours forty hours at one time of all your scientists that would be brutal. I mean it's kind of like college probably to college at that point. You just like oh my gosh. How are we supposed to get through all these hours hours in study in so you prepare yourself but love him in love is so far in there's so many avenues of like I guess Chiropractic niching down old people pediatrics just being run of the how'd you get into the functional part so first of all I would kind of it? Yeah you're right. They're a bunch of different kind of pass. You can take once. He become a chiropractor similar to M._D.. Right so you can M._D.. You can become a pediatrician or radiologists oncologists or family practice right. We don't have those same options but we do have different certifications and diplomat programs or call them sub specialties. If you like areas of focus that you can go in and mine I define mine as sports medicine listen and rehabilitation for spine and extremities <hes> sports medicine meaning injuries. They don't have to be athletes but I mean people I mean generally athletes hurt themselves. If they're pursuing the IT's common and they WANNA get back to sports so I think sports medicine condom encompasses both the kind of injury which are often extremity injuries and the fact that you're trying to restore an athlete back to their sport. Getting someone out of pain is one thing return to play or they. They called R._T._p.. Is is kind of <unk> separate thing. It's a separate process because getting you to where you can feed yourself. Dress yourself and go back to work is a worthy goal but it's a much lower bar than and being able to perform a high level like collegiate level or professional or whatever so that I would say the sports medicine bit and I do pre and post surgical rehab so so yeah A._C._l.. Reconstruction in our label Terry repairing on Shoulder A._C._l.. Achilles rupture reconstruction bicep tendon ruptures. I mean I've Kinda done it all fractures post op fracture revamp. What did you take for that because that's a pretty unique thing for a chiropractor to do normally like that's physical therapy you got that? I don't even want to see it rights so it's a weird answer to your question. I had zero extra certifications. I kind of just figured out I I've written all my own Rehab protocols myself in. I've kind of cobbled together from other things I've seen in heard and combine that with stuff that I observe with my patients in practice and I just just had patients come in and asked me if I could fix something I said Hey let's try. This was decades ago but right right but now I mean I have neurosurgeon sending me their post op spinal fusions or disconnect me's or podium patrick surgeon sending me there bunt post bend the anatomies which which is crazy 'cause I always say yes cinema over and then I'm like panicking me back. When I got this you know you've never had one and then you get one you kind of panicking but it makes you try harder and then once you learn that thing then you've done it and you can do it again? It makes you less afraid of the things in the future sounds I would think too. It's kind of like a mixed bag. Just probably certain protocols that you get taught at like a program like you're going to do this and united this step one step to yes and it would talk to a guy P._J.. He was doing in some special knee Rehab Ath- like surgery get you replace and sex machine and pretty much sepia store yet it restores you're not that one is actually restore your motion in about two weeks and then when you go to the P._T.. One now you're working on like strengthen everything so it was a really cool concept where we're not just worried about drain emotion. We gotta get you back on the field. Yes the idea being you'll probably put them. Through Different Rehab program like different exercises exercises different load-bearing that would be different than just. Let's make sure you have full range of motion interacts but yes so so I'll do follow up leases question you said where'd I get this stuff. Well in your right most chiropractors <unk>. I mean ask someone with a chiropractor does their back. We're back crackers right right but and that's true that is a tool in our toolbag but that's just one tool in our toolbag so for example all I have five treatment tools that I use news for patients just five and they are stretches exercise massage spinal manipulation lifestyle modification. That's it no ultrasound attraction <hes> electrotherapy <hes> <hes> no braces no heat now is no Anthony Flint. No that's it and that's those are the tools I used to fix. Everyone and I have actually I'm happy to talk about it but I my protocol is pretty simple. Ended applies to all areas neck bacne shoulder foot ankle wherever the same rules apply but <hes> and of course you remember T._C._c.. We had physical medicine <unk> rehabilitation classes right. I mean we can vaguely remember that orthopedics the PEDIC's we had some orthopedics class of it but the problem is they never gave us any actual plans or programs. There's like you said there's no checklists like okay. I do this then when they can do that you do this. We never got that we learned how to apply electric stem and how to do ultrasound in what kinds of things they might be good for but when you get an actual live patient sitting down in front of you who's got tons of pain and swelling what do you do you know missile tested positive. Yes exactly they've got everything right. Yeah all your tests positive so basically I just kind of muddled through and honestly I. I like a lot of Craig Lebron's work. I don't know if you're familiar with him. Roy Functional Real Rehabilitation of the Spine and Professor Stuart Macgill Monster in his field and great cook so to me. Those are the Great Cook of Functional Lumine Systems. Those three guys are top of their if you follow them. You're going good places so he studied the classic three people that most people are creating these long certification programs and everything those main guys the <unk> research from anyway. Yes and I say research loosely because I've watched I've listened to podcasts and not watch some youtube videos of them and I kinda got their concepts. I never took a course or anything with any of them. I I did regret correctly. Benson's Find Rehab Book Twenty years ago but the ideas are what from them are what I used to Kinda create my stuff and tested out and see what works and what doesn't fit works. I use it if it doesn't I try something else and I just kept doing that until all that was left was a real small list of easy rules to follow that you could plug in any patient anybody park so what is like one of the core concepts that you adhere to whenever you're looking at your package. That is the question to ask so basically if you think about it all injury in pain head to toe has really only two two main reasons for that pain and it's either mobility problems or stability problems move <unk> me. I'm talking about problems with moving parts joints muscles bones ligaments nerves all that stuff that goes with so mobility problems. You can either have too much mobility like if you tore your A._C._l.. Your knee your knees. No longer snug is slipping around right. That's too much mobility or two who little mobility. Let's say you have frozen shoulder. You should be able to raise your elbow but you can't so you can have too much too little mobility and not enough stability meaning the muscles whose job is to protect that joint can't and that allows pain to happen what that breaks down to almost every time is the rotation has type things and week thanks so once we realized that got type things which are limiting their their movement right and moving is limited wanted that means by definition they are being forced to move abnormally right if they're they don't have normal range that therefore everything they do is abnormal that and that means. It's a riskier way to do that thing and more likely to hurt because the price still doing it just compensated. Yes Eh like an athlete exactly but this applies to eighty year old grandmother WHO's trying to bend down to pick up something off the floor. You know if if she's only at twenty degrees of hip selection will she's getting stranger back in the process. I see a lot of fifty eight year. Olds waddling modeling around instead of walking is just bounce from yeah. Yes and I will say type things we things of those to the type things. are this big a contributor in almost every case. It's usually like ninety Andy Ten ninety percent of the problem type things ten or maybe eighty twenty. It's usually that way so then once I this is my hypothesis. There's only two kinds of problems you can have. These are them once we assume that then there are only three tools to fix things stretches fixed things they create moral building massage does the same thing by breaking up scar tissue adhesions allowing more mobility and spinal manip-. I treat adjustments like W._d.. Forty forty for the spun yeah if I if I if a patient should be able to turn ninety degrees to the side and they can only thirty and I give him an adjustment and they can turn further. That's what is four. That's how I treat it. It may have many other benefits but that's the way I use that tool cool and then in the let's drink the week thing. Side is all exercise. I just plug into the missing things that I think there they could benefit from so that's my method. That's awesome and we're talking about strengthening with exercise. Are we doing things you could see at the gym there bands. If we will sell you working you'll be like dude. I never thought of that before. That's really cutting edge you. Yes you can do them in a gym. No you don't need a gym so you can kind of do them. Anywhere is what I mean and in my Rehab Room I have zero machines zero weights and yet we rehab you know host off everything right Andras regular stuff headaches and you know back pain and Plantar Fasciitis tennis elbow all that stuff right and the tools the actual tools that the equipment you need that I have I have tumbling mat to lay on on the floor to do floor work with a Swiss ball are a couple of them right those big balls people sit on a stability trainer so I use the Therre band is just a piece of foam you know about like this big and it's a balanced trainer. Okay Okay and phone roller Lacrosse ball and elastic bands. Okay those are literally the only Rehab tools I have and coincidentally all of them are super low tech and really cheap yeah so the patients could do it at their house. Continuing exactly that is the idea now. It's so happens that you no you can pay hundred grand for a Hanoun machine which is a super fancy neck back rehab machine underground for or I can. I Bet I can beat their results with the Hanoun with my you know twenty dollar form roller and stuff like that so and the patient doesn't have anew that they can touch themselves up within the future the low tech no tech stuff pays off bigger and his cheaper and they can do it on there. I think we get excited for kettlebells and we get excited to see people do certain things especially AH athlete no athlete is just stick with athletes. Just because it's easier you can kinda see them saying look I used to do this. I can't do that now. Okay now can do it. Again and bans aren't going to get there but if you get really into band work there's different ways. I'm sure like you you can do two or three bands. If it's not strong enough you can buy this floss Bain a centimeter thick where you get massive resistance you can get super creative with a different motions that you can do if you can just get into a position where they needed this twist your body a little bit. Oh there it is now. Oh Wow okay. I'm really week. There now can make a good feeling. That's my guessing yeah. Oh yes so that's the thing you're you're right. They're very versatile. You know you can stand on do curls you can unwrap behind your back and do presses now. I will say this. I only get my patients to band exercises and I only use them for shoulder. In fact in shoulder my shoulder program only has to exercise and they are both done with bands and the rest are things that require no equipped okay but the to exercise. I can tell you right now. They're a middle row which is pulling in squeeze with chest out for a whole second and then release and then something I call it goalpost which is the bands are about chess tight in they pull back and pause in the position of football goalpost for whole second and then they lower their hands elbow. Stay up which address those between those two extra those hit the two most commonly neglected muscles around the shoulder which are retracted the shoulder which is this and external rotator which is this and if you think about it and I know your listeners can't see this but you can but if you think about it most of Davis spend in in the opposite position so protracted hunched over over computer so it only makes sense that the muscles that do this hunch over position are relatively stronger than the opposite ones and then the strong ones win. We get slouching but if you catch up the week ones not only does posture improve but you get this support protection back you that you were missing so I just plug in the missing thing basically didn't see it. You know when you flex your by your. I'm so strong like I said a goalpost pretty much shows. Abel's are both ninety degrees. That was the motion so that's pretty interesting. You know it's funny to see something to talk complicated. We make something and then yes obviously what you're saying. I think it's a little bit probably simplified because there's always does not that. You've learned over the last twenty years of actually you know in a little bit more complicated because you're able to see what they're doing. Then you modify your mom so based on when we're recording this versus when it comes out durant on the warriors just ruptured Achilles who knows that we don't know yet. Do you have any opinion about about that. Did you see it at all. I did not see that happen. It's they generally call it the Achilles rupture planted and and so he step backwards <unk> you see the muscle star Jiggling you like yeah and that's the mechanism of injury for that injury by the way so what will happen is and I've seen entreat. I'm diagnosed. Several on the football field. Actually actually volleyball is huge yeah so the way it happens and again knowing the listeners can't see this but if you're standing and if you imagine stepping back with one foot like you're about to back up and then bouncing forward off that back foot all in one emotion step back bounce forward stress. It's a sudden and I guess perhaps unprepared loading of that tendon. That's the way it happens now. I've soccer player recently who blew his and everyone anyone every patient you have that has this injury when you when they come in they say they had they're going to describe the feeling as someone shot them or threw a rock in hit them in the back of their ankle the IT always be they'll turn around and look to see if somebody kicked them. They always are convinced that someone attacked them some in some way because it's such a sudden kind of crisp impact feeling so <hes> the last soccer player I had to Achilles rupture. He said that was dribbling along with ball and said someone kicked me and I turned around and there was no one around me and I started yelling at people. They're like no man you're by yourself and jer noth- he was he ruptured captured yet so it's like prevent that because again athlete in that's an option ads just happened so yes there is the risky launch back launch forward launch Ford off back foot <hes> that we just described you know maybe modify void that don't do credits explosively but think about Achilles tendon right tendon is just it's the end of the calf muscles so the calf muscle tapers down becomes the Achilles attached with the he'll so the attendant is just the way muscle attached to a bone so it can then move it and cavs in an an Achilles are any tended need to have some elasticity to them now the reason they need last this so they can soak up that what impact instead of just snapping like a brittle twig you know so remember we were just saying flexibility. Problems are the number one problem for all patients with new moving parts issues or Musco skeletal issues which means they're not elastic so it just means they're they're more likely to snap then give and soak up the impact so improving calf and Achilles flexibility and there are two. I have to Castro upper cash stretch in a lower caste ridge. which is an Achilles stretch that I tell patients do so that's making sure the equipment can absorb the impact? That's what that addresses now. Also you can strengthen tendons themselves. Meaning attendant has like if you've been fishing you get like twelve pound contest <unk>. You've got fishing line. That has a certain amount of weight it will bear will tenants have a certain amount of weight that will bear to you can increase the amount of weight your own tenants will bear by doing e centric loading so e centric is the down in part of any movement essentially so if you were doing a curl you pulled the weight up towards your chest. That's the concentric part and then when you lower the way back down toward your thighs. That's the E centric part or people call it a negative GEICO. Yes yeah the negative part of that movement so what you do is you exaggerate the down part of a calf raise our he'll stay right like if you're stepping on the side of the stair the ammonia really lower so for example in our examples the Achilles I would have him stand with a four foot one four foot on a step holding on to something railing or something for balance go up to full tiptoe height and then spend six seconds lowering all the way down <hes> to a dead hang and then return path level yes to yeah so there he'll as low as it will go and then stand all the way up to tiptoe and then six seconds down again and then I will have them do one onset that ends when they can no longer reach full tiptoe homeless along. It's not as long as really is not as long as you think. Ten of those is a workout county do that today and an all have them do that once. Maybe twice a week and what you'll find is that week over week you can do a few more reps before you like first week. Maybe you can do in the eight second week. Maybe ten then twelfth so essentially your your calf is getting stronger but you're Achilles is getting stronger to which means it can withstand more load in his less likely to fail so that's a really long answer to your question. Do you find that it could be partly like a knee. Bio Mechanics is off as well absolutely aluminum in a vacuum if one right yeah so anything can contribute anything else in the closer the closer that other part is to the injured part the more the bigger potential effect. It can have so you're right. Let's say if you're if you had zero mobility in your knee and you're trying to run. Well what's going to happen is you're just going to be bouncing off your calves everywhere off your toes because you can't bend your knee. You have to get that movement somehow so that's an extreme example that illustrates your point. Which is yes best? If money doesn't track ride or I don't Mike Looser two week and then I'm trusting my calves to propel me forward more so essentially yes. You're absolutely right. That's where the assessment comes into you watching him do something you can't squat you you squad and you need new goes off to the side by that's not good are goes too far anyway. That's that's a problem. There is a foot foot hurts but really you got a whole other thing going on so basically my approach is they got an Achilles injury. I look at every possible contributor to that injury which is basically from will say ribs down hips lumbar spine knee quad glued all that stuff I._T.. Band cavs switch ankle and I just catalog we need deficits that I see whether the mobility our strength and then we just plug in the fix for those things and then we have more workers online to cover for that injured part because if the rest of your muscles are stronger than the Achilles has to do less work because it's uh-huh workload is being shared across more workers right and and you get more performance because you've got more workers and is less likely to hurt anyone spot because no one spot is doing that much there we go if that makes sense but we definitely went on a rabbit hole today and that is that uh-huh. I hope somebody learned something today. especially the mentioned in the pre roll your like really like the way the podcast set up for a new grads but I think you know whoever's listening to this if they're getting into more rehab and all that focus like okay okay they just learned something to grab onto in learn more about you know. Sometimes we just something sometimes and you're like what are they talking about. Oh I get that okay now. I know where at least go focus my attention on YouTube. Watch some videos or take a course or whatever and and and learn something yeah very good for doctors who are struggling or just starting out. What are some of the things that they should do? It doesn't have to be a lot just one or two that you find after having so much experience at day should definitely look into now. There's a couple of ways you could struggle. I'm guessing the most common candidate most people can be interested is struggling financially trying to keep the doors open. Try to get enough patients to pay yourself in your staff and your rent right so it is is that is that what you're meeting mostly behind your question there yeah we can do that. This is go within yes. Starting off is tough part obviously 'cause you're starting with zero patients. You know we all that's where we all start. I will say this for a new Grad or a soon to be Grad. Do what I did if at all possible which is find existing doctrine practice who is willing to here's the adopted from me. He paid me to be his exam doc so basic last shot his xrays as I did is exams I did you know therapies on his patients. Whatever and he paid me you know whatever three grand a month and he said in the off time when we're outside of our normal clinic hours you can see and treat your own patients in our inner office using using our staff to bill and all of our equipment and so on you can see your own patients during the off business hours and build your own practice that way in he said in exchange for that I would pay him forty percent of what I collect on top of was it makes sense so he's paying me and then I'm paying him a portion of what I make from my patients he's paying me treating his patients and he's allowing me to build my own practice and then he takes portion? The best which is a forty percent is a great deal because if you think about if you were to go start your own open your own shop your overheads going to be way more than four I mean it's going to be close. That's the normal mouthed I tell people they asked about becoming an associate or like invading contractor and you should aim for at least forty because you're not gonna get much more than that but you don't WanNa go to like twenty because then you you just you might as well the different job because that's way too much work to get a salary that you can survive on yeah and I mean on the first day opened when you have no patients. Your overhead is one hundred percent here any revenue you know but hopefully work down but but so what that let me do was <hes> build a practice at a pace I could handle you know and not go broke and not collected from a place. If I had my own place and then I ended up out outgrowing his office because my practice got big enough and then I opened my own which is I've had for eight years now. I guess that this really strange that he would like that because normally we're always I know compete or at least one mile. What can I grab onto legally that they can enforce those guys going to just take all my patients? There's always that fear and he's just embracing it already. Say No. I expect that you're going to do this so and the year right and I think the non compete thing is it's hard to enforce. It's it's hard to enforce yeah and but the other thing too is I didn't take any of his patients. All I did was go open up my own shop with my own patients and and for him he he should he is incentivized. Who Want me to succeed while I'm in his office because the more money I make the more he makes the cost him nothing? You know I'm just free money coming in you WanNa work seventy hours a week buddy go for it yeah yeah so it cost him. Nothing is a win win for both he and I and if any as the end of your listeners who are <hes> soon to be grads or new grads <unk> approach these days times are hard. You know they always our approach any established doc especially if you have a reporter with them or you know them your respect the way they practice looks like <hes> especially if they have space someone. You'd like to spend time with and just ask them say hey. I'll make this deal with your. Do you need an associate or any associate job that comes up up and you're considering see if they will do that as well. I hadn't thought I can't imagine why they would just made me think too. We almost trying to be creative. Maybe working on massage therapist clinic and start start smaller rinse base in you know other carpenters awesome. That's an interesting idea. If you're willing to work some strange hours you might find a carbon all of us that you liked that set up the way you would want it to be approach them fifty fifty split forty sixty split something after hours and you just work on Saturdays now your family life might be strange for awhile 'cause you're off until like six o'clock at night you only worth three or four hours a day. I don't know how that would play out but it's something to get started and you can experiment. It's a swear there's not the the risk of complete failure failure just around the corner at all times which if you if you get a lease on a place yourself is going to be at least a six month lease a year lease. You're locked into that thing and you're on the hook for that stuff even if you fail after three months they're gonNA come. Ask You for the rest of that money. You may not have it but they're coming after you anyway so all. That risk is gone if you do it this way. We're talking about and it's it's an easy. It seems like it would be an easy sell for the hiring hiring doctor the hiring doctors associate to do that because like I was saying it's free money for them very interesting. I did work for year and a half as just straight up associate in a group practice right at a school. That's what I did. I I really do recommend that approach because it lets you gets both some experience working with real patients and seeing how they treat your you know you're at your attending clank. Director treats in how they want you to treat. You're gonNA develop your thoughts on how you like things done. It may not be the way they're making you. Do it was the case with me. I really didn't like the approaches that we took but it really informed what I did want to do going forward once I started on my own and not I'm not opposed to the associates. Get Out of school going to do that because like you said there's so much you don't. I don't know are you could find too especially how to communicate because my goodness you could be a marketing machine and they just run right out the back door because you don't know what to tell them to make them understand. This is what's wrong with you and is why she come in and I'm like no oh crazy twenty visit package. I'm just saying even four to six visits. If you don't want to communicate what you're doing they might be going in to and that's not right either so you can learn that on somebody else's dime and another little absol- another soapbox and I think a group group that I mean we we say the same thing usually paying your associates. Well not like crazy well but they shouldn't have to worry about. Should I go barten- after hours and because you don't even pay me enough to cover my basic living and that seems seems to be something that happens and luckily we are seeing the trend where you know these doctors. I guess are waiting before they can say okay. I can afford it now. Here's sixty grand are fifty five thousand or something like that plus bonuses and now we can you know focus more on patient care versus okay. What do I do this month? 'cause I can't even cover it all so just frustrating to me right <hes> do you market at all any tips for that. I rely almost I'll say super heavily on yelp and Google Um reviews and I will say that is the cheapest well there. I mean they are free both of them and it is a place that potential patients turn to more and more. I mean you know if you're looking for. WHO's the best mechanic on my side of town? You'll go look at Google yelled. I duNNo. Do you guys have yelp. They're in China. No we've got our own. They got their own everything they knock off of. You can imagine okay but a review we go and and basically my my that's. The single best thing you can do is start accumulating reviews because time is going to go by regardless may come very slowly but they will accumulate a lot of Yokum just like this guy must be paying yelp a lot to keep them all current so not because I've heard yelps crazy but <hes> you got a lot of us that something like that that's a takes effort and it does and guess what I don't pay them anything. <hes> and you're right that they don't show <hes> let's see I think they don't show it's all I'll look here but it's something so it's something like eighty reviews are hidden so I think I have seventy something show seventy five showing but they're eighty tons so basically I think yes yes so it's very frustrating but it is worth it. Just stick with keep the ones you have but here's what I'll say they're the best practice to get them is when you release a patient from care and they are at their happiest. That's when you send them a little shorts. I do a little form email. It's just a <hes>. It's just a canned response in my g mail. I just right the email once in basically says by the way so-and-so congrats on your recovery you put in the hard work. I'm really happy with your results so far. If you have a second would you mind rating us on Google or YELP. Here's how to find as and of course if you don't have time it's no problem regardless. If you've ever have questions let me know that's the email and I just send it to every happy patient and they just start accumulating so on on you don't even automated is just I guys finish. Girls Finish up sinned Yup for the guest listening. There's a couple of podcast episodes further back that actually have people that do this like ninety ninety ninety nine and you can pay people to have it all set up automated in case you're like. I ain't doing all that. I'm not supposed to remember all of that kind of stuff. I have the cheapskate version is free my way but and it's worked for me so far oh I want to ask you so you've been volleyball. I understand how you can get into that like if you're into volleyball. You're at events already played. You're an athlete in that Area Natural Sir treating your friends right friends know people and all of a sudden now you're you're hooked up at the M._v._p.. And you're like but the part of Justin is curious about is you do stuff with bans. Is that common just a one time thing what is up with that. It's kind of fluky thing so they called me out of the blue so there are companies whose job it is to manage healthcare for road shows like big bands at travel right and get some carpal tunnel or something guitar picking Yeah and so they may get massage therapist chiropractors or medical doctors whatever and so this person's job is to locate and court get the the healthcare the band members need and this case. It was <hes> thirty seconds to Mars which here here in the U._S.. Their music is played all the time. It's jared LETO WHO's an academy award winner by the Way Oscar winner his brother Shannon Leto who's the drummer for the ban and interesting story so the lady just call me who runs his company and she said she said Hey. I've I've got the band in town. She'd actually called me for a Transsiberian Orchestra also several years ago and said we may need you. They're going to be in towns. A lot of people yeah. That would have been a job we we may need and they ended up knowing ended up needing me so I didn't get ago but but they did this time but she said I looked around. It looks like you're the best chiropractor in town. Would you WANNA do this job at tastes two hundred fifty dollars for an hour's work so I I was like yeah. I'll do that now the interesting so I guess she just look me up online so again that goes back to review all those reviews S. so that's how you asked. How do you get these crazy gigs? It's the reviews Dr Buckling handed down so I got there and I worked on Shannon. He's just wonderful. DUDE IS SUPER FIT super clean and everything and really nice guy did some work on the shoulder he had rotator cuff tendonitis and then. He said he said hey man you know. Drummond is hard work and I want to know if you would mind watching me play and just see if you have any tips tricks for me <hes> after I'm done like as to how I can protect my shoulder as like sure he said come on out with me so I walked onstage with the band of my Gosh and he's like here you can you can stand right here is standing right next to the drum kit and then it is a packed arena lay before me. It was a surreal moment and I sit there and listened in watch the entire concert my good so it's it's if if you develop a reputation which again comes with time more and more of these these kinds of things just kinda fall in your lap <hes> the M._v._p.. They gave me a call for that too so the pro volleyball tours been in Austin the now three years in a row and they call me every year when they're coming and ask if I'll do it. Of course I do. I don't get paid anything for that but I get to work on Olympic gold medalists in all my favorite athletes and they we all know each other now we'll get to joke around in the Nile so get zoo courtside lied medical which is cool and actually watch the players. You know if they I mean when I think about that. All the work that you gotta do up potentially could do in a weekend when you're not getting paid you get the put like A._V._p.. Preferred doctor me like New Orleans Saints Prefer Chiropractor type of stuff in answer to that call that yet like <hes> like advertise asser ships yeah you get the ability to put that on stuff no in the wording you gave me. They're actually actually very strict about how we can describe it so basically I describe what I do as I'm on the A._V._p.. Medical Support Team. It's a different team in every city so like on our team for and I can say that that I can't say that I am an official A._V._p.. Doctor I cannot say official anything but I can say I'm Dr on the M._v._p.. Medical Support Okay so you can use that for some advertise inadvertently yeah absolutely I almost did that for the Olympic do toured snowboarding for the X. Games and stuff like that they were gonNA apply and deal this kind of stuff and at that point of Micros like yeah I'm not I'm not ready to work on Shaun white or something like that. I was like Nah. I know where I'm at you. You know what you know what I'll tell you man next time that happens just do it. You'RE GONNA be there will be okay now. You would want on who gets an opportunity like that just do. That's what I did. I took on tons of stuff. I was not qualified for and I was terrified but once you do it you you really care about doing a good job and you'll learn from it and then it makes you want to learn more how to fix that same thing when the opportunity comes again so it's a great motivator and also once you do the scary thing and you don't die then it becomes next year the next time at in divesture. Yes us <unk>. He what's exciting you for the future which you got any five goals that you're looking forward to I do. I'm actually taught to courses to see courses for the A._C._A.. The American Association on their Era Learn A._C._A.. Platform so they have to rehab courses my low back. We have programs on there and I get no money for that there. They were Webinar formats but you can watch them on demand in A._C._A.. Gets all the proceed so it's just kind of me see helping them out but it's also fun for me to do if the resume builder yeah and I'm starting a series of live seminars that that's the thing I'm most excited about because its teeth I have three. They're low back neck and shoulder in Ne- Rehab Protocols Protocols and they'll be live hands on and I know this. This is effectively plug but you ask what most excited about. I am most excited about this. They're all gonna be in Texas for now but I'd like to expand but there live hands on we'll take you from consult to report findings to <unk> are exam reporter findings and then it take you all the way through each step of the patient encounter all the way through the rehab process that progression and then returned turned play prevention and released from care so in every everything that I do with patients we'll all do together so every exercise every stretch every bit of massage miles hash released everyone will get to do have hands on experience with that so I'm excited about spreading this approach so that all chiropractors can use physical therapist if they wanna come to but <hes> that's the thing I am most excited about now I would also. I WANNA be your my first podcast. I've ever been and on and on superstock that was you were one of my goals by the way to the on a podcast and you graciously invited me and so I thank you for that I do WanNa be. I want to be on Joe Rogan. I want to be on Joe Rogan. I want to do a tedtalk so goals are like they're up there and who knows if all achievement but those are those are the things that I want in the next time ten years well Ted talk seems to be doable yeah. If you watch enough you can kind of almost say hacked the system but you can definitely find a way to do it. <hes> we've had two on the show inadvertently guy got on for marketing one guy got on Chiropractic and he had like he was was interested in he had a innate intelligence ish type which which I'm not a big fan of that were but was able to to to package that for kids in have talk about that and it was like and you present something so does give encouragement that that's what you WanNa do. There's those text events. I'm pretty sure there's an Austin when you may have to go to someplace else. Austin might be too intense for the first time Austin's a hotbed. They got so much stuff going on right. We'll see I'll be terrified but if I get a chance Kim Fair somewheres somewheres yeah. I said you gotTa do yeah. That's a need to know you need to know the seminars that you're gonNA put on sounds to me like you show up. I don't know if it's a two day or one day but one day eight Monday eight hour one day perfect Monday morning. You'RE GONNA have a lot of notes but you can really just hit the hit the ground and sounds to me like it could be somebody who's looking to get their feet wet. Maybe they were an innate intelligence doctor. Maybe they're like you know what I needed. Change I I needed Rehab and it'd be more evidence based. My patients deserve better and they're like what am I do like. I don't know where to go with the start with. Maybe I need to go check this guy out. It's only one day and then from there they can actually bill. They feel like wow yeah couple of months later. Maybe I need to build more on it. Okay cool all these similar as you can do are not feel great. Let me do this for a few years in Gabby wetter right and that's exactly how you're right. It's either for someone who's been you know maybe they just worked on on spines and they're really good at fixing back next what and so on but they wanna add some more tools in their tool bags that they can use to fix patients either current nations or a whole new population the patients that wouldn't come to them for knee pain for example or for her post op anything so you can grow your practice and profitability and the benefit that you can give other patients in the community if you have more tools in your toolbag and that's kind of how the that's how I think about this it just it lets me choose choose a more precise tool for things rather than just final nip and and then the electrostatic ultrasound traction <hes> heat nice stuff which those hand usefulness but their usefulness is low lower then some of these other tools that are available available. You shouldn't be doing very very much couple visits some east them and then you know move on yes kind of how it looks at it yeah and we'd be remiss without saying doing they might be doing some kind of rehab because they know they can get paid for it but if you're doing some real stuff and you can feel confident like you're doing real service you can w practice right there because that's a whole another charge. Yes and extremities is another charge. You write an insurance companies. Pay Way more for the Rehab stuff like a therapeutic exercise for example pay thirty bucks for that whereas for you know eastern. They're gonNA pay what six four dollars something takes yeah so no more time but you get more money yeah so the reason insurance companies pay more is because that that is more effective than those. Are you a cash practice the courage insurance which thoughts we're almost a will accept cash but we're mostly insurance based so it's probably something like Nick Ninety percent insurance major medical. Are you happy with that. You feel like if you could do it over. Would you get out or at this point. What are your thoughts? You know yeah you're right so so of course there's benefits and drawbacks arrested each. I fantasize about a cash back this. I will say that because everything is so much simpler you know you need fewer staff like right. Now I only have one staff member and she's amazing and she's a certified five billing specialists and she's great what she do she doesn't she's worked for me for twelve years but as impressive but I pay her a lot of money you know and if I would you know I'm not looking forward to let one person we should have I knew but do you need a sixty thousand dollars a year person or do you need a thirty thousand dollars a year person to answer phones in schedule. You know what I mean so that would be the difference between an insurance for cash base <hes> you can hire some like a high school in Turner you know someone who's not specially skilled and therefore requires a bigger salary to answer phones and Book Appointments With Cash Practice and plus. You get your money immediately you can you can make deals in practice and prices is you don't have to worry about contract prices and all that and you don't have to worry about audits you know so. It is very attractive but it's it's. It's my background that I think about. We'll do see how the healthcare landscape shapes up going forward of course it's kind of getting crazier and crazier as far as major medical coverage in Obamacare and all that are you finding that you take insurance. That's great back in the day was a twenty dollar copay but they're pretty much are going to be paying the full price because they have the duct. Will that has to be miss. This is just an easier conversation <unk>. You need six visits. Your insurance won't cover you. GotTa pay to meet your deductible so you're still gonNA come out about seventy five bucks visit <unk>. It'll drop down to your twenty percent or whatever it is but yet you're still looking and at seventy five dollars a visit so you're asking is it easier to since the deductibles are so high. Everybody knows that is used to that yeah because everybody ends up being through your kind of the fact that cash practice because of the high deductibles are noticing that it affects treatment plans or the people having a hard harder time committing to care for us not as much as I think other PE- teashops are chiropractic office that bigger plan so just so you know my my average I I looked over twenty eighteen. I looked at every every single patient <unk> twenty eighteen I had six hundred sixty or eighty new patients and our average treatment per patient visits per patient was two point six nine. The thin that's six is great and so because but that's my release criteria by the way is patient is eighty percent better. They're equipped to get the remaining progress on their own and they're equipped to not need me again Dan and once. I feel that they've reached that released them so so we're getting well really fast. You do like a follow up in couple in two months. Make sure they were there. I usually don't I usually don't I do tell them that they all my patients have my personal cell. Cell phone and that my email they are have orders to collar email me say ever have questions I tell them email and most of them are good about that and then if it looks like if they have a problem the emails is a little tweak. I'd send it to him is not as Camman but my my point to answer your question. Our average collection per new patient per patient is two hundred fifty five dollars. It's terrible. It's that's a lifetime visit avid. I think that's what it is like. Origin are averaged collections. Her patient is two hundred fifty dollars so with costs at low pretty much. Anyone will agree to do that so we don't have a lot of drop off because the high deductibles because like you said it is effectively. It's a defacto catch practice already and the like we'll invest that for when you when you can say hey three visits you know two point six. I mean some people got four is some people only had two. You know so there's orienting yes so there's definitely okay. I interviewed view. The guy he goes. Logan was better in four or come. No more something like that and that's the WHO was theory was like if I can get you seen results or whatever and four visits he's like. I'm not doing my job right. I like that appro. That's a different viewpoint than a lot of places where it's come lot or well and that viewpoint you just quoted. There happens to be the very thing the patient cares most about his they came to you because they don't feel good and they can't do things. All they really care about. Is I want to feel better and be able to do things and if that happens to be your goal as well and you're measuring your effectiveness on that scale. They're gonNA love you because they're like hey. This guy wants exactly what I want so I'm going to do whatever he says and your system does have like a Capri check and then two visits for visits whatever it is there. They've met the goal that we wanted now. That might take eight visits because you had a torn Achilles. That's obviously take more than two visits so there's some way to Yup Yup quantify this. Yes yes there is you that is an excellent question so I use an outcomes assessment tool for that so there are many many right. There's a neck oswestry in the loan baggers. Forget all the name rolling nor has whatever Yes yes and I use the P. S. F. S. which is the patient specific functional scale. It was recommended to me by the head of research at T._C.. Her name Cheryl Hawk and I asking her for the best tool to to kind of quantify my results that I get with patients. She said this one and it happens to be super easy to administer patients. Get it and it's it's it's. I do it right there in my patient note so the weight works is day one after consult but before exam you ask the patient what are the three activities you are most limited from because of your pain and so let's say if they have their their for low backman it's going to be putting on pants issues and socks in the morning getting up and down from a chair or putting clothes in the driver for example so those three common activities that are painful and I'll say now give me a score for each of those for how well you can do them zero is I cannot do them. At all ten. I can do those things as easily and comfortably as I ever have so low number is worse so if Zeros can't do it all and they say oh I can. I have my wife. Put my pants. Choose on for me. Then that's <unk>. I'll say the two right so then you get three numbers you Adam together and divide by three so let's say it was a two three and four with the scores they gave us so that means the average is going to be a three and I believe it's my masters right so that's their initial functional score then when I the day I released them. I asked them the same questions and let's say they're like a it's a seven eight nine. So then the average there isn't as so they went from a three tonight so they had an improvement of five functional points which is actually a really big improvement on that scale and then I track all those kind of obsessive but I track all those in a spreadsheet on Google seats and I'm keeping data on them and then I I wanNA publish published a case series on my results once I'm up around one hundred hundred twenty patients so far that I've been doing this hundred twenty new patients as starting to be pretty good number there so nice little in sample value yeah nice in a number so I wanna wait till I may get two hundred and then publisher case series on and these are all injuries all body parts pre post op niece neck shoulder bag wherever I'm launching them all together because I'm using the same treatment method for for all doc some trying to evaluate my treatment methods versus sate physical therapists or other chiropractors or they choose you can compare this Achilles person versus the other fifteen Julie's persons treated this year and why did half of those not good better. You are the only improved to like what's up with that. Yes revaluate yourself to you like Oh. I change something halfway through the year or I learned something or whatever absolutely let's switch gears already. You got the questions ahead of time personally ready for this sure you're in the great city of Austin. They keep it weird. They do say vacationing vacation and are able take any. What are you doing a disconnect from the office so I did in February I went to Puerto Rico actually and I I use actually was a very cheap trip to so what I did is is as you do a timeshare where you had listened to an hour presentation? Oh but that can work. I've done that before I went on a on a overnight state to the Bahamas on one of those just keep saying no yes just keep saying no and they have to give it to you so I have done that but not I didn't do that on this time but I I signed up for card to southwest airlines chase card and if they had a special going if you sign up for the car they give you fifty thousand miles with let on mccaw right and then all I do I by all of my gas in groceries for awhile it. Let me pay my rent that way so I got tons of miles so I got my airfare free and I've got like it's just piling up I have tons of airfare and you can use verana rental cars and stuff too so that was really cheap and spent a week there and then stayed in airbnb which are cheaper than hotels by the way we're comfortable. Typically more comfortable in you get to live like local then we prepared our own food did eat as much as we might usually <hes> so that ended up being an affordable fund getaway and it's really a lot for Rico's yeah so that's something and then I also like little stations. I call them or other people. Call which is is maybe go camping. There's place called Inks Lake or a campground somewhere in May go there and camp out just on a Saturday night and then wake up grill over the fire that stuff is fine or her go tubing down the river for example which is cheap as well there we go. I like it ideas. You don't have to go in these extravagant vacations. You know the to have a good time. I think it would chase with my own car that I have. If you book through their website you can get twenty percents more value on your points for air furrow but I was checking sometimes and I was like that's great but it wasn't even cheaper so it's like if I use Kayak. I can actually get a better price versus yours but every now and then that's not the case where if you do to Churches WanNa get twenty percents more points value. The other one is okay. It doesn't council. I'm GonNa just get the get. The car points overlooked. I think yeah yeah and in some cards I have better deals than others but but I've I've been very happy with that. They just keep piling up. All my airfares are gonNA be free yeah. I don't fly that often. This is rain into just when we're talking about with my card if you knew I'm GonNa go shop on Walmart. I'M GONNA shop at by some bose speakers or a Hobo. There's like two hundred stores you actually go through their portal through chase or whatever being you know you probably have the same situation and you click that and you go to buy whatever you're GONNA buy on that for every dollar you spin you can get to five ten points extra. Wow Yeah so home depot that out because I think hope depot lows that means you just get ten times the points for the same dollar that you spent and Y'all do who was inconvenient yourself a little bit instead of just going on Amazon okay. I'M GONNA definitely check that out. That's not leaving on the table. Thank you yeah yeah so random homework life balance hobbies volunteer which you got for us so <hes> first of all. I have a very easy schedule so I set my own schedule obviously so I work five days a week but only two of those are full days. The rest are just mornings so Monday and Wednesday. I am seven thirty to six Tuesday Thursday seven thirty to noon Tuesday Thursday Friday when you do the rest of the day man so I like I went to the gym earlier. I shot some videos for my youtube channel which that's another great marketing things that I didn't mention when you're talking about. I think he just getting started with it yeah so I would recommend but I shot like five or six videos from Youtube channel that I'll be posting over the next week and caught. I talked to my mom. I mean you just do this stuff during the during weekday that you don't always have an opportunity to do so sometimes I'll take a nap on not play volleyball so I usually play on Thursdays and Fridays and then I played volleyball tournament. I'm at last Saturday a real quick these short hours. You've been business for quite a while and that's something that someone in the first year to Mitch Doer. Should they just work long hours. That is a great question. I actually adopted the schedule because that is the same schedule Agile. The senior doc who I was working with initially that told you let me build my practice for forty percent those hours he also your after hours were afternoon. It wasn't even six to nine o'clock at night exactly exactly so all I had in that case. I had Tuesday Thursday Friday afternoon and Saturday. If I wanted it Saturday morning I wanted. That's a question should ask. I'm assuming it's between six and ten o'clock at night and you know it just a normal afternoon shift yes. I'm young. I'm hungry. Why would I go home and do nothing so and I just kept? I've kept those hours because we haven't filled them. You know I've expanded them a bit. You know we used to open eight. I assault open at seven thirty used to leave at noon and come back at two thirty now lately comeback too so we're we're starting to fill up and get more. I mean think this week I have fifteen new patients this week. Today's Tuesday yesterday at five new patients yesterday and they start filling up you know and so it once it gets the point where hey we're staying pretty busy every week. Let's add another thirty minute slot and that's you know to patients. I can see or one new patient catching. She not just sitting around at your office all day like let's just hours. I want maximum out. If we're getting too busy waiting list. We'll just add some more hours and I'll just work another couple of hours one day and go from there absolutely yeah it does sought to sit in your empty office hoping someone does moralizing for I remember those days. I remember those days. It's it's there the longest days. Are you always answering your phone or somebody's answering your phone though I have someone who answers as long as it's covered because you call a chiropractor onto the at three o'clock he expect some other to answer the phone Yep Okay Tomorrow Yeah Okay. Do you have any favorite blogs. PODCASTS are books that would recommend and they can range from business to pleasure okay. Absolutely I will say podcast wise. I'm following. You and I also really like in highly recommend the forward thinking lights. I don't know if you've heard that has bobby. Maybe that bobby maybe he has some heavy hitters on there. He has those guys I told you about. He has really long podcast interviews with Great Greg Wrigley. Now I will say they're not all great as as far as books go I read a book by an author named Katherine Rahman R. A. M. I. N.. I believe and she wrote a book called crooked and it's about uncovering <hes> I think corruption or something in the in the back pain okay field and so I really liked your book thorough God bless she had obtained for a law amish <unk>. She basically chronicles are paying an all the people she software all the different approaches including directors yeah it's very interesting read so I actually reached out to her at emailed her and we ended up skype talking and stuff like that too and I gave her some of my account took a little console whether and gave her some stuff it's difficult to do you telemedicine that way but I did give her some stuff but her book is really good for pleasure right right now. I'm reading the Mcclain's the adventures Huck Finn Okay the classics and <hes> This is totally off healthcare at this point but there's a book called the name of the wind by Patrick Rothfusz. It's a trilogy and it's a kind of a fantasy but really well done it takes. It gets a little a little slow start but if you like if you like Harry Potter if you like any even marvel or any of the fantasy stuff at all it's fantastic and I predict it will become a series of movies. It's that good we on the inside track so yes yes right Dr Daniel Bachman. How can more people get in touch with you? What's the websites and all of that absolutely so <hes> first of all I welcome anyone <hes> if anyone if you're a student and I've already talked to the student the American carrot the Second Studio Karaoke Association at our to Texas tools and said any of your suits WanNa talk to me or bounce cases off the or shadow me in my office? You're more than welcome. There's no shards or anything I dislike talking with you guys and I'll make the same offer to your listeners. <HES> give you my cell number and it's five one to five eight nine two eight two zero. My email is Dan at Bachman technique. Nick DOT COM so bachman is spelled B. as in boy O._C.. K. M. as in Mary a n n <hes> and then technique as so bachman technique dot com now also <hes> you guys are welcome to check out my youtube youtube channel. Which of course is also free? It's it's where I answer. Common clinical questions I get from patients or other people and also talk about my route have approach so you'll find that on youtube if you search bachman technique against B. C. K. so feel free any and all I mean including you yourself doc. If you have cases you want to collaborate on I'm hat. I love talking about this stuff. Being the detective trying to work together to crack a case is indeed right. I really appreciate your time and opening up with a lot of how to and some of the numbers and all that just makes you feel like guys a real guy. He's approachable relatable and we really feel your passion in what what you're doing so I really do appreciate you taking the time coming on the show man dot thanks for letting me come on and you have yourself great day. That was a powerful interview like always say please listen critically think about it and then implement an older people don't always make it through the end of the episodes but I encourage if you've made it here and you you talk to your friends about it and courtroom to do it. I think the the family and vacation and the home life balanced part of the in is important. It's something that I didn't get in a lot of those other podcasts that I was listening to so check about Minnesota Thursdays and Saturdays those come out. Let me know what you think about that. 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