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Shaun Evans Remains The Vital Heart Of Endeavour Morses Oxford

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Shaun Evans Remains The Vital Heart Of Endeavour Morses Oxford

"Uh-huh. I'm Jay sleigh Cobb. And you're listening to masterpiece studio in the swinging. Sixties endeavors, Oxfordshire. It's more than just the music that swinging as the Apollo eleven moon landing captures the world's attention a rollicking key party of well-heeled, academics ends, of course with a pair of murders than what wants the presence of COPD officer of senior rank coming on guard not drivers have professor at Drake. The moon man. Any other vehicles involved? Now, do quitting to accident investigation was misgivings sleep at the wheel possibly alcohol and speed a moustachioed endeavor Morse is on the case. But the intergalactic pieces seem to only loosely fit together by the cases end what he's doing. Do you. Sean evans. Slip behind the camera for this episode made way through the six season of endeavor playing both the fictional detective and the real life director for a change. It's an opportunity, he found thrilling Juneau where everyone needs to be in order to save is the story. So then it's kind of thrilling to have the opportunity to decide where the camera goes to tell the story from another point of view. But it just feels like an extension. Evans joins us to discuss direction detection, and where his endeavour Morris is headed in another busy season of Oxford mysteries, moon, landings, and murders. And we are joined this week by endeavor star Shaun Evans. Welcome. Thank you very much. Thank you for having me appreciated season. Six of endeavor finds are characters in very different circumstances after Kelly, naked shutdown Morris has been shipped off to Woodstock Thursday able to retire has been demoted. True. Love is gone Bright's over at traffic is this season of change ultimately. Yes. Yeah. Without belts. I think when you get to this point in a long running story, if you're looking enough to get to this point, you have to keep pulling the rug from everybody. And so it's good. If you have the opportunity to put them all in situations, which would never of a much the manual as difficult as possible, both professionally unpleasant will. To really make them suffer. In a way, I think it's, it's most interesting, the death of George fancy remained unsolved at the end of the last season, which to me seemed to clearly intentional cliffhanger, a, how much of a ghostly presence does it play. Here is solving his murder unifying thread for this is that's a good question about him. It's sort of over the whole series, this time as you said rightly the all to the full wins on the one thing that brings us back together from all of our separate that Lynch tease is, is this question of who killed Fundy unguessed to the bottom of the. On how it's affected all of us as well. I suppose so the ghost of that is sent and the over the whole thing, how phase they feel about being control of the team at the time of one of his men dying h-how endeavor. Feels about it have been something of a mental to him and benefit. Brutal tomb? I think as well as a great line, at the end of them at the end of one of them was like I could have been kinda unfazed. They says, well, who couldn't, but the idea is kind of, at the very heart of it, you have an argument with the person that you are in a professional relationship with then they die. So you have no chance to make peace. And I think that wage pretty heavily Santillan devonte that guilt is there throughout outs. That's nineteen sixty-nine Morse is now sporting rather era appropriate. Mustache with HUD. Did you grow? Yeah. Goes money for penny. And for. My favorite headline on the subject is courtesy of the Oxford mail, quote endeavors, Sean, Evan spotted with mustache, but is it real question, Mark? How do you react to such scrutiny? You know, I I'm of the. I paid little or no attention to it. If we know attention to two reasons, really, I think, well, firstly, I'm delighted that gets attention on long may that continue. However, I pass me it makes me a little self conscious. So I just trying to void it, you know. So I'm just kind of thinking about the job. And then when the job is done thinking about my life, and having it live in, both host, things another no exterior Shinzo on. If you know, I mean, so you just free, then you're not self conscious about, you know, people taking your picture or being on the scrutiny. So I kind of I I really don't give a second field. You are clean shaven today. But I did you come to love it or loathe it? You'll have know what in modern thing to deeply about it. I was doing a play a couple of years ago, basically, comes about is when we finish the season, we have the opportunity to assess, whether there is still a story to be told whether the still an audience. And then if we think that both of those things of there than hell to move forward in a way that is progressive rather than like to improve upon what you did last time unto assess as accurately. As possible what you could improve upon so anyways, during this meeting this Cup of tea that we have made the executive producer on the writer. The writer said to me, we want to show you in the play a couple of years ago, you are attach I was thinking about this idea of not being able to look at yourself in the mirror on hiding behind something. What do you think about the other great idea that coupled with being in uniform at the beginning of this series? I thought. Yeah. You know it's good to just take it to a new place. I mean, I know that's kind of a fossil thing, sage the uniform and attach. That's what you, you have an opportunity with long foam stories to do that. On the audience will will go with you as well. You know, there's also terrific movie by Sidney lumet. Starring Sean Connery, which I know was a major influence on the first film that we make in this season. So, so yet, yeah, it's good to a good either be that the times, also it wasn't like a major ball later just shave part of face. Morrison Thursday cross paths almost immediately in the first episode Assange doesn't question detective chief inspectors fitness to lead an inquiry rubbery shit him wasn't it things change? Do you think that Morris has become a painful? Reminder of what Thursdays life was before. Maybe I hadn't thought about it that way, the way I see it is this character is a seeker of truth. Und- was he hides away to degree from himself? I think it's hard to hide away from him. You know, so whilst that might be true. What you say about face that. I think it's like when you see someone from your past, and they know you, and you'll sort of in denial about things, but they see right to the heart of it, and you might not want to address the so actually, I suppose you I was saying the same thing would you saying from different points of view? So, yeah, that was very accurate description. I mean to me, there's a deep sadness to that exchange. It's very clear that Thursday, never intends to take more sup on that offer a drink. Uh-huh. Does it take that spark of curiosity over an Kirby's murdered to bring them back into their familiar routine? Yes, I think so. But also, I think it's says muck getting any pitches from the rest of the team on. You've got to remember that whilst these like we said, L A you put in the characters in both the professional Anna pedestal humiliation. In a way, if as they still going cop on wants to get the job done. On his find the no one in cycle who can do it in the same way the and. So I think it's two things. I also think they've very close bond has to say a father son relationship with his definitely an intense bond between the two of them unfazed is a pretty terrible time. So I think other consciously subconsciously. It's a reach out for some kind of, you know, companionship in one way or the wife's ready to leave him, things aren't good endeavor. Discovers clemencies missing sample case hidden in the church organ, loft and brings it to Thursday telling him that he was right. It hidden as and Christopher's swallow may have planted the evidence that got him convicted. But you were right. He was guilty. Asked not upstairs or in the papers. Works if I fit it up, so Clements who filled it up over the is, is this a pen, Dora's box of his sort would this be the end of Thursday's career entirely the destruction of his reputation as a copper vessel? Batons achieve the that's what, which on which either. Why does Moore's ultimately decide to put the sample case back in its hiding place to save fifty without those I think throughout the whole series? What we've tried to is often a moment were the different kinds of crops rice, and it's different kinds of pollution. With is always a point with says they will say Ohio notebook like it's gonna know, needs to stay with us for and Everett's like infra Pentium proponents that it is no gray. It's black or white than this is what we do you know to be gluco person. We have to be on the right side of things, which is why I think he finds difficult to make relationships from a make friends. However, in this one, we are coming towards the end of all of these stories, the changes. He's let this person on his willin in a way to compromise himself for the that make sense and does make sense. And how should we read that final moment in this first episode when Morris looks to the alter the cross and the stained glass window is he leaving in God's hands, whether the case is found again? Well, it's twofold, rarely it's like it's, but it's also a recognition of the all seeing eye. You know. And so it's a an ultimate unaffected Asian of your in a conscience, I suppose, is this thing to do? And it's just a good visual storytelling tool. Isn't that dynamic between Morris and Joan Thursday has provided a romantic spine to the series thus far I in the first episode of season six, we get a bit of a flashback to the end of Chris with Morris asking if Jones offer a coffee, still stands, what happened between these two after fancies death. We this is one thing that we disagree about, I personally, think it will be interesting to have these people begin a relationship on solving night depression. And then the next day or a couple of weeks later, like, oh, this isn't what I thought to obey this isn't the onset of my present all in a way for me. I think that's way. More heartbreaking. That you call hobby with anyone raw van this will they won't they which I think, has shelf-life. So we have a disagreement about the but that's cool. So nothing happens between them. She's busy lives moved on says, no time for him anymore. I think it would be getting for him to achieve this sort of idealize romance, only to find out that it is not working. But yeah there's nothing in him yet. Yeah. Exotic. So that's my point exactly what that's my point. Exactly. I think this not fitting fable. I think the for whatever reason. By two who I love is one of my best mates. Likes the idea of this will they won't they. But I think it's more to a real. Inability to Fulmer thing among relationship, if you do the somebody, depression, about the so when you've listed off the five years, and then she's like, you know, it's thanks. Thanks totally, or even if it's him, it's like this. I love the scene at the fate where Joan tells him that he doesn't look like himself. Maybe I'm not me not anymore. He says things change echoing Thursday's earlier remark. Why does Moore's want to hurt Joan here is just masculine pride after her rejection, the it is simplistic? I think. Also, it's, it's again pushing away, you know, it's, it's paying like you said about face. It's a pushing away, you start something new. You feel terrible about what happened with fuzzy, things aren't really wick. And I mean, this is an incredibly bright, guy, who's constantly being shots upon work rights, and then it's been pulled buck in uniform. Despise unsolved. All of these cases. The Queen is not rising is being put like outs the pasta bucking uniform also humiliation is life isn't moving in a way that I think it should be. Yukon insane. With a fist is you don't wanna push people away from the okay? I'm gonna stop fresh. I don't want you guys close to, to see. Oh, humiliating, this is. But also, you know, you've got to remember that he said like twice or even more times he said, will you marry me? He's followed it onto roof thinking is going to be a romantic moments. And she's like, so I've got this friend, I'd like you to meet. I mean, there's gonna come a point where I think you like this is them more skits transferred from Woodstock to castle gate, though. He's puzzled about who is behind the transfer. And why particular is there's no love loss for him at division, what is strange is endgame. Exactly. And why does he go to ACC bottoms to make the request is he sort of the puppet master for the season bringing everyone together? Yes. Actually jas yours, I would say that strange is the must've tooth degree. But it's only one small part of his Jamie throughout the whole story because if if you know the books book. Strange is in the books. And does a very interesting relationship between the two of them in the books on. We're trying to speak to the beginning of that as well. Of course, there's as not in the book, all in the in the TV, so were attempting to bridge up particular GOP on this. Like we said earlier about pulling the rug from the NFL of the cactus strangers seems to be doing, great yada, makeover. He's got like a really cool suit is looking very smart things that on the rise from these parts of the it's sort of unspoken. But he's part of the freemasons in on this is a must. He's a good policeman. He locks the brilliance of endeavor just insolvent crime and in his mental capacity, I suppose am in which nice guy on which friendly person which I think, is pretty, you know, goaling humilate into a degree for endeavor. I think they both acknowledged Unstrung. Range, those have a romantic view of all of the boys. Buck together unrealized, how useful is for each of them. But also for the community as well. I'm probably the only people who can get to the bottom of funds, death, the county law, and then also for these gales Dion's while, you know, so it's two fold really it's two fold. I'm also, I think just from a purely from a friendly point of view. He can see that this person that everyone is doing is not ingrates Adam him on, if he can't help them in more of a way you will, then he will is great. I love the kite of strange. I think he's terrific before this next question. A brief word from our sponsors. Viking Vikings all new custom built ocean fleet is designed to bring the traveler closer to the destination with all verandah state rooms and shore, excursion included in every port Viking by river and by C. Learn more at Viking cruises dot com. That brings us to episode two Apollo which is directed by none other than Sean oven you directed. Three episodes casualty before this. How did this come about? Exactly. So how come both exactly? I like being a part of something I like old, the components about how it's made especially something like this. So when we first begun the job, all of the Lord's new Brighton, I'm a photographer, so at all of the, the people who make it knew that might interest was greater than Rockin into my lines in the even which is great fishermen. It's not this, this legitimates just for me, personally, I wanna feel a sense of ownership on something also for something like this. I wanna make the most of the opportunity. So when we would be without the story means at the beginning of the year when we finish I would sit on post production your of your oven meetings with the network and I'm kind of, I'm interested in the I was interested in that world, a nursing the next step to make to become a producer at the same time I was interested in not when you finish a job as an actor not just walking away. But actually having some sense of ownership of a story on a real creative impetus story, you count as an active Yukon, which more as the producer director. So I began to direct the show for the BBC. I did one year that I came back. We, we did a series of endeavor in the break, I went and did and to associates than finished. And then it just seemed like the rights next thing to do, so the jumps Issaid LeBron you which come into rectal. They knew I had an interest in. You know. So I was very grateful them. We did they make it work. And then we made it work, and unlike casualty where you're coming in as director, and you are, also the star of the show, how challenging is it ultimately to direct yourself and keep this keep this train on the tracks journal. The parts of it isn't difficult signals for the. Because if you think about to in order to tell the stories you have to be precise. But where endeavor is out in each of them in terms of where he's out with the case and ways emotionally because he's at the end of each month as the, the spine of it in a way. Thus that gives you an overview nuts. There is just go into direction as well. You know, where everyone needs to be in order to save is the story. So then it's kind of thrilling to have the opportunity to decide where the camera goes on to tell the story from another point of you'll, but it just feels like an extension. So that wasn't difficult. That was kind of an easy Nuttal step without any nervousness. All without any hitches felt, this is what we this is what we'll do next. I suppose the challenging pas but either I love work. So didn't you know, I don't mind that it's all is that we shot, the second one first, and then, of course, there's three films to make off that with different directors, who yo- given respect them openness to in order for them to facilitate them making the expression the vision in the way that they can. But then you'll do all of your ED's, impose for the chain of a weekend, keeping your head in your story, but whilst also trying to be the spine everybody else's story as well. You know unto be as. Switched on Unas. This is important for this. That's important for the so of different stories in your mind at the same time that was challenging on the lack of downtime. That said the driving thing behind. It was a Muslim sense of gee, but when it's still, you know, is won- Unal, so array beautiful opportunity, you know, so like just you bitch, and, and just make the most. I love the framing the shot of Morris. Is he comes into castle gate with his box, and finds it empty? He's very alone. He's small, he's sort of isolated. What were you trying to achieve with that specific shot? Exactly what you've said. It's good shot funky. There's a new are like chase sequence involving Fred Thursday assaulted when two men jump out of the shadows at him. There's also scenes of quiet. Desperation of him at home with win here. Tonight. Oh, yeah. Shouldn't be light. T shepherd's pie. Smashing. Work. Right. I thought you could get yourself something from the chip shop. Yeah. Yeah. Probably do that. Right. Don't wait. What was it like directing Roger alum in this episode incredible incredible? You know, take my house off to a social wound the felucca on a DEA DEA friends as well as in the all of the, the customer, especially Roach. And we have a very similar way of wick and both of us kids deeply about work, but both Lavina lav on God's sense of humor. So don't take it lightly Rogers also producer on the show as well. So we both care deeply about and. Hover known Reginald for a few years, I had a sense of what he would require as an actor. I think the best way to work is to create an atmosphere where everyone can do good work. And so if you create that atmosphere of like lightness and joy freedom to be creative than your sort of halfway there. If you're clear about where the, the kinds is going in the scene, then there's a freedom than the scene. So the plate themselves, if you like the will look enough to this show who come in all of them to with the lines down with a sense of the scene with an idea of where they will become in, in and out of where they're going. And but again with an openness to, to somebody having a difference idea onto being a part of the whole piece rather than it just being about them, then it's really easy, where can relationship also, I think, because we have a history, I know their heart is in the right place. And they know my office in the right place, as well. So it's very simple in a way you know, let's align one, this is where I think people will come in from. She. Of play with it statement. Okay. So let's there, let's try the chew. Let's let's let's do instead Joe. So it's kind of it's an openness. Really? I think unim- also you know what you're not making it about you making about the story making the scene so on Rogers incredible. They all were they go with. And this involves multiple murders mistaken identities. Wife swapping key parties new age therapies, but the crazies Ellum. I mean, the craziest out of the crazy to me was a moon Rangers the Thunderbirds, like space puppet show, which is so weird and retro. What was it like filming these bizarro Thunderbirds? Ask sequence incredible. I mean, I knew nothing about the, like my child's cotton's fund the cuts and so I I wasn't really into Super Mario nation is all it's gold. On. So I sought the guidance of an expert, and who is incredibly helpful showed us how they would've used the studio and how the pulpits would have been shot and how they move and how to get the best out of the moment. And so we worked incredibly closely with this guy wanted that box on wires, in light say, x one says if we can be more signal off the asteroid. We might be able to find Barbara's homing beacon, great, Scott. But it might just work what I love about it. But I particularly live about this story is that you've got the moon this epic McCray. I mean you guys going to the moon so that exists on the one huge level than on the middle level. You've got it. The Kochta's interplay in undoing their no most of. And then on a micro you of this, these puppets characters also wear on a moon base, though. Something about it. Those three things which I just find other almost like kind of it's can't genome. We'll know in the moon. Of course if I change and waxing and waning, exactly. It's the perfect sort of macro metaphor for this entire season in this episode. Particularly exactly exactly. But also, it's just a fascinating thing, isn't it? The moon on like endlessly. Fascinated by there's another beautiful moment in this episode when Morrison Thursday discovered the old black Jaguar at the shop and are told that it's. Added day, and we'll be turned into scrap and spares. How much of this is a is a knife to the heart for Thursday. It should be. But I also think it should it should be. It's Representative right? That's what I was chief. It's Representative Thursdays to start. This is just been beaten on his being in a way this guy used was in the army fought in North Africa. And then got being by these two guys and then you've got this barely knew officer in this new Nixon, you just sit down. You know, it's like you sit this one out, or you know, you're on like gypsies is being put out to the pasta is being sold his pasta sell by date. And so, I think so too symbolic way you get the this job, which is not posted cell by just being the someone. Putting it out to pasta. So it's to do with the really Jami things well-made, I mean, even when they're not past their prime, they're still used to them have utility read Thursday. And it's still a lot of good left in him. That's mile. So I wasn't articulate up. That's exactly what I was on to say. So let's him in a way. Do not mean I mean if anything represents him. I think it is that. Are and says so much about him. It was. I thought that was a heartbreaking moment, tooth Guth the final shot of Apollo might just be my favorite Morris in his car. Listening to the moon landing on the radio in front of the Radcliffe camera the moon overhead there's as you said about loneliness. There's just this sense of innate, intense loneliness and 'isolation embedded in the single image. What was the idea for this shot? Composition, exactly. To be honest with you. Go bucks of the film goes token, boats, Siming lung is I remember reading school the move. He was saying because you very really makes a film think funds difficult funding at the noble is the people who, like my movies of the same people who like to look at the moon, and those got us interested in under is a sense don't, if anyone can relate to this book, I frequently look at the moon on the is a sensitive. It's that we'd feed on that you can't put your finger on of being a part of something but also being separate from something. It makes you feel tiny. I suppose, that's what I wanted really. I think it's helped enormously by the music, which was not difficult, but took no wasn't difficult. It was kind of easy 'cause of burning compose -able. I wanted everything stripped away. So you just have one thing, one note on a piano, which is painful, and it makes you think, you know, you've got the phase they finally a home doing the thing, of course, things on grades, but they have each other. And then you have this person alone in the car in Oxford, lonely than the man on the moon because is his that's his faith. That's on the west that shot scripted. I seem to remember Morse asleep in the back of the police car in at least one draft of Russell script for this. There was a couple will, you know, I was kind of curious about the, the were few the, he's in the station house. And then is him sleeping in his car because he can't baby in the station host. Two things really to two reasons why the changed the time of the London, it wouldn't have been lucky been as o'clock of time. Remember specifically. So that was problematic, also to get the shot that I wanted it would have been to two of a slew twelve measly in the bucket Aqa and or in the front of the car. Also, I think you've got a when I didn't want. It's again it's about being clear about what you tone of chief, I want to chief exactly I've seven exactly what you've picked up on what I didn't want to end the people go while you sleep in the back of his car Jami to be hopefully like moved by the moments, you know, so. Yeah, we spoke about decided to make this change. I think it's a good change because it is momentus moment were mankind and to see him sort of alone, drift, not in space, but just as sort of lonely and loss. Yeah. I think was very touching. Oh, good. I'm glad thank you also. Raises questions as well if he's listening to that on the radio, he copy sleep in the bucket call if he is in the back of the radio on. And if not, if not those things than was not music, is that noise coming, you know, so you have one of these logistical, like practical questions, will given the format given that this is sort of a ninety minute film, has given you a taste for what it might be like to direct feature film yet. I feel like I just really to be honest with you. We had a screening just the day before I left to come out here. We're, of course you show it as it is, as a ninety minute film on my friends. What my friend who I bought with Jess was just you've just made a feature really. If I show that in the cinema. Be be pleased that, you know, so yet. Some might the next thing we see from UB, a sort of indie film would like that to be something though. I do it's difficult. It's tricky. The world is such that you can achieve things. Specially in this field, you know, if you say you want to do something, you've, you can galvanize people into helping you inspiring people. And then you can't achieve so yeah. I'm excited. Does a few ideas for stories that I would like to tenants other feature all into a mini series or even? Yes. So there is like the flow. I hate it. When you say things that those nothing, I always feel like if you say too soon than you at the cost out the bug and then it loses all of its its steam. But yet as a couple of books that are read on a couple of things that I would like to tentative a dream at into existence to yet. Only one. Oh, yeah, absolutely. I think this season will bring you to fill number twenty seven bring me to my knees. Oh, yeah. You're approaching that sort of magical number of thirty three which your predecessors achieved and their respective sort of Moore's universe series, odd UC endeavor running for more than thirty three films. Or are you approaching the natural end of, of the story will personally an I've, I don't feel contained by an auditory number? So I think when this series is we reach a momentus conclusion at the end of full where he buys the flat. Eliza for the rest of his days that could be an opportunities. I call if that's twenty seven then that's cool to know. It's not. I don't feel like this is again, going bucks. What we said Elliott. Fortunately, we don't have a contract, whereby. Everyone is obliged to make sent in amongst. You can say what we've done is the story still is still a story to tell, and so, like I said, I wanna piece fist. And then when finish on this trip. We've amazed to Avoca petite together to sit down and discuss with story is what else we feel like we want to achieve what else we needs to achieve with it. And, and then we'll take it from the it from there dot said, like I realized the blessing of having the opportunity fit to make six films, potentially, you know to, to doing different things within those as well. So I do appreciate the but why don't want us to be like the last person at the party should have left a mid my in-in-in-in not on? It's still three o'clock going. Sean evans. Thank you so very much much my friends. Cheers. I appreciate it. Coming up next on masterpiece. We started brand new season of mystery in another British university village grantchester begins July fourteenth with a special two-hour premiere saw this places to fill me with Joel. Now it's all I hear Christ. Can you stunned up can you? I'm already standing up. So you could man series creator executive producer and head writer. Daisy Coolum returns to the podcast for tantalizing preview of a season that sees the departure of the Reverend Sidney chambers. That's July fourteenth everywhere. You listen to podcasts. Masterpiece. Studio is hosted by me. Jas lake hob produced by Nick Anderson. At least by two is our editor, Suzanne Simpson is our executive producer, the executive producer of masterpiece is Rebecca Eaton. 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#5 - Proving People Wrong, Crazy Life Aspirations and Mental Health

The Entwistle Podcast

1:36:29 hr | 3 months ago

#5 - Proving People Wrong, Crazy Life Aspirations and Mental Health

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I stopped the three which I'm not gonNA I'm starting to regret because I'm getting into music production engineering though I haven't. I mean I can still play. Place. Can teach. I've just. I need to iron out by tekkers. took. Oh? My goodness much. Half emerge store or any merch that's. Not Pretty. and. Popcorn. I'm having. These pe- snacks Allie do their supposed to be healthy and they're. Pretty decent yeah. A very. Could be worse. You could middle Alica a large crooning noise. Context by the entire tonight, but What that? Borrower Lake Amazing. You might have done this or another upset, but like will about. Is Become joke around the subject of mental health just. A bit W but. I've. In Quarantine. It is impossible for most of the people and I'm sure it's the same view. Well overthinking but also. General like sadness in life. Like a like, it's been affecting everyone. Though how would you feel about talking about? Ways you can improve it. I would love to do them without going without going to depend because I feel about something wayfair later time. A lot of stuff that we aren't going to disclose to. List. Listeners but you you can probably the family know anyone who's a guess as part of the phone. Thank you. So. I wanted to roll up something here. This is something that I've always told myself free time. Free Time incredibly dangerous. I is A. Because for me, I can be so okay knockabout. Cut You off. Clans people undergo free sign, and the of people who are genuinely able suit. Relax and sit back and rest their mind. And other people who their free time is just being left alone with her thoughts. And that I would agree with US completely dangerous. For me for example of I'm not an I WANNA walk or Singing in the shower or do by the way or I'll play football or on xbox of the boys that I. Say I. Remember to honest with the. I'm not doing any one of those things that I'm just saying. My mind is I mean in the first episode of the podcast I said it was like you know the scene from Star Wars than you hope is like the role unlike the garbage compactor or the rubbish competitor in the Death Star Luke Leo. And it's like closing in. And I feel like. Your thoughts can be. Sometimes. This is closing in and you don't. and. You don't like knew how to do with them. And for for people they don't have someone in their lives. I mean I'm lucky. I have a handful of people in my life I can go and say oh. I feel sad today. Oh, I feel bound today, can you? Go Out. Stuff like that, but some people don't have that luxury, and let's hope it's hard to think some people have back. Can of reality sometimes a lot of people are very closed. Close minded and away they don't. They don't tell anyone about their thoughts and a lot of boys especially. Are Like Oh. Yeah, I think men's mental health is dismissed. Men. Open up, but the mental health they get cold woman. Which is offensive to both Jeff and. I! I don't want. The treatment of men South in the media is getting better, but it still. needs to be yeah. In my opinion. European is Roy says good. I'm always right sideline. Young. About Abo- some thor's more than others. We've got our first year of debates on one. We have. The. Biggest waste is. Very few one on many, I lost. Yeah. I don't want any. Maybe we always Zobeir them. And that's we can all the grew. That's not true. It's just not true walking into this not. Talk about. We can pick it leave you. Get a I. Think I. Think the Position Island. By blood I'm northern. You know I have to like always the storeroom. Hands. Honestly the first time I listened to anything other than I. Remember I just split from. Gopher number one who will ruin you know. Here's the question. How would you know that it was anything other than London Ball? Because all of their songs signed same. I'm going to say that if I walked into the I gave you that one. For you because yeah, because you were consequently Rome. And I thought I thought I'd give you the town of chance to have a go at me. Who My music tastes too, but. I, it's not that I don't like wasting I just think that. Musically Blur better. I'll agree with you. I'll agree with you. Straight fats. I'll agree. The plume of our stolen away suspects us as much as you re to agree on, you know what the versatility I'm okay with that okay UK okay. Yeah, I think. That was. It was very funny. Smoking them offer the. Wards was Chris. Evans started coming and them off the stage. Oh. The press as I think I think it was measure. or Yeah Alex, James who is the basis of Blur, war, an oasis, t shirt on top of the POPs. which may be? I like when the low of them were taken episode Blows Group. Yeah Trustable? Versus Oasis Party and I. Didn't. Realize, it was the day after I was having a look and seeing like having lived missed anything the night before. You. House. I was. I was fully like angry at myself. Maybe. Well about a wonder with. Drugged up teenagers Oh yeah? I want to get Bachelorette soon. Know that any of my friends every talks. Dirty jokes here. The end of Sue podcast can don't drugs. Now we don't know the weaver taking drugs before. We have been. The LAV, makes me Confidence Oscar. Of course, of course, of course right okay. Quick Buck to helping people with mental health. Indeed, so we went very. Okay I was trying to say we go went into tunnels variance owed. We went very piste true. So. Yeah I do feel like anckorn tear. Especially in the first stages were we weren't really allowed to see anyone new, and you're of course being encouraged to go out and door daily piece of exercise I mean. My mom is very much. Ensuring I did mind. But a lot of people. Obviously the is the government says you know we advise that you do this. It's genuinely difficult to get yourself bet sometimes a month. Good even if you know that it's. Going to do good. It's difficult to find the motivation something, zarco. And so i. think that especially in quarantine. Between I mean you said it yourself. A great support system as by. But not being able to see them in person. I think really. Kicking the bose's. Completely and utterly. Yeah, but I mean we can see people. Let eraser but I feel like. I still feel is not where it should. Still have it, you know. Blah yeah, yeah, understand well face. In Scotland. Though is more than three G is going to be open to allow so happy about I've missed it so much. That you have. Why honest the grass is grew, but there's no gold. Not, great, it's disgusting Black Olin. Stuff against caught everyone on the best of fest three. G I'm talking about the ultra perch. Right. Now I've had plenty of three jebron gross one summer. I would come home every day with bleeding. And bleeding like I would cut my three g bombers. Myself Cut Open. Basically shred my legs. I miss that I really do. So, what would you? Say. People can do to improve their mental health. What you have tips and tricks for those who are? Right okay. Okay so so. Rather than rather than focus on the negatives. We just want to focus on the poster. Any that you have in your life as posited, you need to sit down and go. Easy through an Ip in a position where I'm not going to give away a lot, but I've been so low to the point. I was about for months on and get myself. Back Up, you know. Punch my microphone. That was that was great. I. Is Not, the answer Andrew. Hey the fridge already go on the Mike, Scott. Do the story. Great stories great stores. Okay so mental health back about. Your, you're waffling with me. Help me I always woeful when I'm with you. I've been soaking podcast. Yes, a half, SASCHA. Three hundred twenty dollars have says otherwise. By the way appreciate your support. ofo Some people do do you right? There is a podcast zoned. That literally is there to meet you. Sleep is not boring. It makes me. and. It's so popular because of. All, we just they just. Shit to be honest you. We just. Woeful. Great. I may do so much. The makes you suport that you want to go to stay, maybe not board, but but. You know when you're tired. You just go with us. Today one. Always focus on the positives. It's easy to out sometimes but. In my life I have. A good podcast. I have good friends I finally. The love me friends that you know probably do anything for me the help you know. I. Yeah, that's that's some good things I have in my life right now. You keep telling yourself by. Keep focusing on these things. Then you're going to be. You're going to be totally. Yet! It's one piece of the puzzle you. Think. Yeah, it's difficult with the card like state of the world global pandemic. Limerick has dead. Down the way we suppose. It doesn't seem like there is a low of. An and a lot of light to be shown on this sean that were. Shown. On this dark situation drew up. I truly believe that there is. In most situations posted city drawn. Melissa Positives! Or see you have something happens in north. One thing I've implemented into my life sing. When one door closes, another one opens. Is True. Religious Assemblies Barbados. There is there's moral to the story. Yuck! And? I think that's the same slick life itself. Audrey can look back on something and evil is euros. GonNa learned something. The worst parts. I agree with him. Well, life's you know we're. We're all. Human we know perfect began. Get everything. We can. Try, yeah I, mean sometimes it's best as kind of take on. You've made a mistake and improve it and some people are still I'm I'm stubborn. Sometimes some. Ice. And sometimes. I'm admitting I've made a mistake or whatever I've not done anything wrong. I've learned recently in the last six months. I need to keep the not any to to build on it rather than complain about. Like brings us to tip number two from what? They just genuinely if you come forced south to do some kind of exercise. Husker maybe not even exercise, but at least set yourself goals for the day you know, make yourself a daily bucket list It can be as simple as. Get up I bed before one o'clock, or it can be gopher run. I just think that if we set ourselves goals and continue to keep some kind of structure to the way we're living. Your then it's a lot easier to not get lost everything. That's going on right now. I do without you. Like I, think is without structure to your day. The day's just kind of all into one great big. Blur, you know. Like when you're building a snowman, I should a mental picture you know you billings dome and you start with like. One snowball and then you get into a big old snowman. That's what the days are feeling like right now. I have whole months that I just don't remember because I've been paying attention. Yeah, exactly. So as finished mentioned structure right because I have a whiteboard in my room. Why like today is I like to give myself some things I need to do for that? Day saw before lockdown wherever it was always. Do this this homework Costa Jim this this Mr. Well, don't stress Yada Yada Yada about all awful. A No I'm doing all a one minute video update every day. I woke up one morning. I'm thought you know. I'm sick of Human Chevy. The most of it I remember when I was out playing football, we run on the pitch, and I felt good, and I'm on days thirty. Three reminds you have to do one for today. Are So they thirty three? And I have recovery, and it's like day and I can change the dates on it and have short term goals alone I can't read out the loan term once because there's some super secret stuff. Short term is just kind of exercise. Guests episode at seven. Every. Day. Goes back to you. I'm trying to write a bucket list. Thanks to put on it. I thought you were saying book. No No. To. I think it'd be good at writing because. I be sticker on judy she. I, should you're right? I mean I write. Little journalism is one aboard. That you're The by I get bored, you know. I issues in every sense. I feel like if I started writing sling long than I would give up I didn't I didn't year ago have? Didn't have come in issues to you by doing also. Sponsors from stores. All Fun and Games under the. Is Did. You have another chip. I. I believe so. Tim Number Three is Jim Roope lose. I'm count really turned. No. I started so extremely suspect. Let me, try to different. Down on the table order okay. Maybe go! So. Tip. Number three is. This is really funny. Because I can't think of them. I I'm so good. Thinking of tips for other people that when I'm on the spot I can't think of one. Okay, let's think of what can we do okay? Exercise keep destruction to. You can't keep in touch with your friends. Yes. What people don't have friends Andre. will email the podcast. Go Dot Com. That's where you can. Live will happily issue your problems. That's Nice certain Armenians I could do. 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Struggled to make ends meet, and he was on the free school meals scheme. I basically what what the government did, is they? Pull the England for lockdown and said Oh. Yeah, throw some. We're going to give kids free school meals. which even in the UK there are still people living in poverty. I want more. Than you think, Imagine Waking Up, you know we all have this thing where we go. We go down to the fridge for lunch. I'm really bad with us on. This stocked an Ego Mum Dad. There's nothing for lunch. Yeah. There are some kids in the world, but generally will have nothing in the fridge. Is Awful to think. Yeah I I truly believe the. Boris government I be saved Boris. That dominant Cummings is off. Did you see what you said about beneath you? Know he said it was something from game of thrones. Seriously on Hancock or Marcus Rashford Daniel rush to. A deer wanted. Other so. Exacting Brightest News, noisy. So. What what Marcus does he He raised twenty million quotes like through. All I can't remember exactly what it was, but you raise twenty million quid for preschools, however, Nicole, the government to to reinstate free school meals, and for Footballer to do all mine himself is crazy. It's really very impressive Joe. Likes of Kyle Walkers no on. To as the. When civilization very bad rap! I agree. You know. Like if you think about, it might have like rape accusations that Cristiano Ronaldo's face. And just general people. I do agree. And thanks that they're paid too much. But They just have terrible rat honestly. Odd I think for. Rashford do. As he has done. is very good because it's kind of a breath of fresh air. Community the is so like frowned upon. You know you can just you can just tell by him. You know he's a good kid. He's given skill. Lebron taught you know grey values growing up. Yeah. It doesn't seem like he doesn't seem up the kit with. Do Anything stupid obviously. I wouldn't do that for more I. See a great kid. To okay well, I'm trying to say is. He's doing everything out of the kindness of his own heart. Because he knows he has apart from today, and he wants to make a change that Hawkins but to Katie Hopkins. Did you see what she said? She was talking about. How are you have you have? Was We have something like three. No, if you can't afford to have. One Kid then why have thirty? And she was taking she was taking. About. Fast Wikipedia Hopkins normally does. She go bullied by monster is twelve and Marcus. Rashford. Let me read you out so. She on twitter. Let me just find us from Russia's first month's Today. Back in two thousand sixteen. Is he not make stomach on the way to score, and it's also of of Rashford, not majoring. Douglas, but instead of the. Face. It's Did Hopkins's and put? Oh, I think cotton blue? Monster is on Roy. Blue. Hashtag thank you Rashford. Aman Rashford was just like a monster together. Something like that and it's. 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Yeah, this is actually coming out when the game starts tomorrow night so I understand if you WANNA, watch the game I and then podcasts after totally understand. That day I mean yeah. CAST. You're in it, but. I, honestly I listened to this podcast back three or four times on. It's to a point. I can't bear to listen to about because I. mean none of my aunts. My contest fantastic, I think. So high level, I'm happy with my content. His mood. Say. I'm just looking at your close friends on instagram right now. And I really liked this craziest aspiration you have. Also, she going to now I'm GONNA. Ask you that question. Okay, so the craziest life ration-. I have. I Okay I have a couple, so the people who are Michael's friends I've you know me I'm sorry? If. Number one I want to start my own clothing line at some stage. I just think that would be really really cool. Casino. There are some. Especially for boys, you just gotTA clean. T shirt from somewhere. ACTUALLY FIT You must know. Of You WanNa just a plain t shirt. The most places you can go and get up sure. Andrew I think you're forgetting something that is very different. Between girls and boys. You're right. I didn't think about Ashley. Reasons not fitting teacher. There were two reasons. yesler, Hey, cool cats and kittens. or about. Hello. I had a car battery moment. Carol Baskin. Killed Her husband welcome. was. Tiger Tang. Most moms washed up I was severely disappointed. WAS, awful? It was awful. Jeopardy stuff happens, but you want to watch. It's truly shocking. Don't cast. Beyond no I've heard people say that does crazy. Listening Insane anyways back to back to aspirations. Okay, yes, so my my three long-term goals a half as I really. Okay clothing line number one I just wanted to slap something I want it to be. Just I don't know I just. I'm really into like fashion, and so it doesn't seem like it, but recently I've gone into our moored up in buying clues the style light. Stuff so number two. I okay so my favorite movie as fast food, though Hugh, drift. Have you seen this movie? Oh. My God is seriously. I guess the most Heo of any of the. Movies actually. Maybe it'll the mistake 'cause? It was awful. Fast and furious and Jason. Bourne are like the two. Navy, Oh, would you call them series movie? Rogers. Franchises there. Ya, the I do not like really are. There was one summer I watched all the movies. And might be things I watched it was just before. As James Bond, isn't it? Yeah off as the American, the American. The. Sky Fall goes scaffolds. It was I'd was over and over new not as good as Casino Royale. I've won ages. You know. Obviously, the ones are better. But. Asthma every favorite Daniel Craig one. So but to move is but movies so. There's a very big car culture in Tokyo and from my background I. The very big very big Kakojan Tokyo. Street racing and drifting and stuff on I've always been very interested in in of. My first word was actually call. You wouldn't think that knowing my background which will not in the PODCAST, but. I just. Adore them really to. I really wanted to just live in Japan for a year. Lift the kind of car me Kinda. Tokyo drift, lifestyle and That would be crazy for me. A really really would be. A mullet Arthur. Goal is all asking for arm asking for more. Yeah. I've actually been watching videos I like dies Egypt although he's a Canadian guy who moved to Japan for work. And, he basically goes on I think he's goes. On Arthur over, Scotland. And he goes about these commies with these. Is that little group? I'm think the majority Australians key. Because obviously is really near Japan and staffer. He's come all the way from Canada and they go. All car meets to go in. Me Always, people on the culture and Japan. Is One thing I've noticed they're very respectful. Bar Part the few who are. we'll touch you up in the Tokyo subway I've heard about that. It's very awful, everyone. Everyone's been groped in Tokyo iphone. but just just in other places. It just seems so nice. I've always been fascinated by by Asia and the Middle East I'd like to live at some point. At going culture, too like Western culture version, versus like Asian and Middle Eastern culture. Is So Wildly different. I will agree with you. I'd love to experience. I think I think you'd love Middle Eastern Concert Middle Eastern culture. Like I've experienced. It's honestly fantastic. It's just. US experience. Honestly I can't explain it because every time I think of it honestly takes my breath away on. How much I enjoy in these countries. Stuff I. Honestly being being dojo right now, it's funny because the last episode was about the Qatar World Cup. They listened to that one. I know. It's not necessarily about the football side so I think you'd like. It talks a little about how. The stadiums tyron without coacher. And human rights violations, and all this other bad stuff, but. It was actually my least viewed one so far. But I think is more of the whatever people think is about football, but it's not necessarily about. Triples a whole. I have another crazy expiration. Obviously I want to just. Other ever get lots and lots of my. What I'll do is I will. I'll pack in Aleve everything I know here. I'll go and live in Aba we or Dubai. Nice penthouse lots of money deliver every. Sandy beach beaches. Nice girl was not. Seriously, it was. It, honestly, the the climb over from October to like. George. You are hasty. My mom I exactly. I impeach the. Summertime. You would not be okay, did not yet. It's fifty five degrees in the summer. Celsius, so I need to pack and it goes somewhere else. Holiday House in. A buck here or something because. There's nothing better than I. Scott Summers. Disagree Kit. Now it's just it gives me great for. Scotland in. Yeah, so do I Scotland one of these countries. Who Do you love your hair and you can sell them? Banter here is like unmatched in I know I agree with. Charles. Half the best. Actually, but It's just a bit grim grey the time. Most much in our area, but. Like it's been hard for the past like three I know. To years in front of us. But say compared to easterhouse. Yeah goes school. So bill so SASKIA. Yeah, what were you about to say I cut you off again. Oh okay got kind of. Just, my ear and I kind of took my I to my attention away from the audio, and so do you have any crazy life aspirations? I do have a lot more. I think about them. Indeed on a top three like. Run Bloomberg though because my three life aspirations are like. Quite. Different per. Se but I got worried his when it comes, suffer I wanNA do I. Feel like. Ten different lifestyle to live, you know. So I mean I have. Okay I'll do this in ascending order of craziness Though I serve life aspiration, I have. Is To be a defence barrister in states preferably well. It has to be a New York City. I I like to work with all street stockbrokers. You're basically. Argument I just WANNA. Be Infants Barrister for them basically. And snap In the map Mula and the nice near. New York New York Pizza. I, counted I'm so sorry. I'm so sorry if you're from Nice. I've offended. I've offended you I'm really sorry, not offended me. Nothing about me has. Offended the New Yorkers. New York. Kiwi may I'd like to Auckland at some point as well and speak like this and see what happens. I was very safe, African He. Wasn't was it was more Kevin Pietersen than? A Mark Viduka. Australasia? Is that what they call it? Yes Oceania? my second life, which is I would love to live in Sydney. I just really love Australia. I love the people there. I love the accents you know. I wish I had mistakenly accent. Is Born anywhere in client it probably would you be the Netherlands or Australia? You know. So I just WanNa live in Sydney in working Sydney as well. So I need to be traveling along in my life. Yeah we'll traveling's. I really will trouble. I don't like flying the flying. I've been a little over mischief over recent years. You've had to fly like. Get to. A hours. Is Not as well as difficult as it sounds. I'm supposed to be fly. To New, York. And then the Rona screwed out dominate bloody ruina. Thank you Rona. Rona rule of sounds like that mean a step onto your hover gives you dirty looks. Lake family gatherings to. I'll have you know. The family friends cove Ronin. She's lovely. Some ruinous. Okay. Displays you? The is a really lovely, really horrible. Yeah. From Cinderella. Anyway. I say probably my crazies aspiration his name this start really I've kind of given up on this, you know. Like I would love to have a successful music career. I just would love it, but I feel like the risk versus the payoff is just too slim. Boss one of my expirations about something I'd really really really really really liked to do. Talented enough I could do the other stuff, but just not. and. Just yeah. I feel like. I really really. Inspired by on all people. Who dedicate their life to something with so much risk attached. I'm assuming appraisal. I mean there's a lot of risk attached to meek often studying. But Certainly a lot less risk than Kabura. Kids at thirty five or ten years younger than you. Are you joking, find five. Oh fifteen years old of the year. Who Convenient Who conveniently conveniently has lots of money or Just by just by Dr No, no! I genuinely that's a misconception. I was voted top three year slightly to be a gold digger. At some yeah, I did it because I genuinely if I wasn't highest earner in the hustle. It would screw with me. No I feel, you're. You're very powerful in respects that you will do whatever you can. To kind of. To kind of get hold your dreams. Badger Belize. You want to be the best out of somebody tells you can't. Fuck off! You're gonNA tell them I'm doing this and I'm GONNA preview row. Pretty much I feel like I've Joe very well? Without Him. I can't be up all the time. It's very rare what I'm like them. I see. You're like a motion at the Best Roe V. I'm an emotional person. I got quite sometimes. which is no bad thing because it means that when you use? By, when you direct your passion to what suggestive things! Then as Google successful yeah. I've only I've only really discovered headed a recently and that was. Very very strong. Right to tell your audience. I've been trying to give you coaching. SASKIA SASKIA is definitely. Give me some life coaching before. And SASKIA. His I to listen sometimes I didn't listen to to a rebound because that would have ended well because I. I get to touch us. Go as a problem or have I saw. This podcast ever dies on me. Yeah Your Columbian a mobile, happy boy, a sponsored job so the only sponsor I have. Dropped, so I'm not going to be happy. So salty of you're listening. You have great products You can use discount. Code pod twenty. Please call that right, please. I am a hundred percent. Sure is Paul. Eight Percents Years Paul Twenty. Do you. Do SASKIA ARCHERY I don't. Know no lovely sponsors. They have quarantine workup plans, which you can get thirty three percent off your purchase if you by using the code pods twenty. Isn't that remote used. Are you sure Vanna very sure about? I can always go back and change postive Anita. Tishrin member so. I do remember that. I would yeah, I think the. I've totally lost my train of thought. Oh. Yeah I really like I've gained more weight than I would like to admit on podcast. And My. Sister summed up perfectly actually in that. It was not going out and seeing my friends. Because my weekly number of steps has tripled since their restrictions were eased as lead to actually go and seek people. and so corentin workout plans. Sound, like a godsend. Khloe, tank can only get you so far. Exactly. That's true. What of Israel Muscle you trying to? You're trying to book wherever they've got. You covered SASCO. covered. I at quite a bulky brain, so. I should match it with my physique zone bulky moaned Boeken's W-. Yeah, you could be like me sixteen stone of pure muscle which. He's sixteen vote know Saskia most sixteen story. Mud. SASKIA. I'm eleven stone three, okay? I'm sixty four our EVANSTON through okay. Felt like being pulled. There's. I'm peer coach. Is, watching over I was watching video of myself? To three years ago. And I'm so like I'm so different. I just looked different. I've lost the baby for. The the Joesbury had had alot under by. So fixed our my lovely teeth on retainer them. Could you. Know. There's I'm sure it would have been a disgusting was. Coming Out I dumped I. could always apply. I suppose not. Picked up. What we, what are we talking about before seems. Question. So aspirations I'm Gonna I'M GONNA. Come back onto mind now. When it when it comes to something that I enjoy. I mean you seem very driven in every respect, but if it's something I don't want to do I'm going to take me. He was announced a toxic tray of mine I will admit. I don't like to do things that are wanted to live I don't want to do. I will do everything in my power to album. Like in my exams for instance I didn't. I start studying until the very last I mean literally like. Days before the exam. In My job, raphy exam I did two days of studying before still Kalani. But like I can't be motivated to do something I. Don't want to do and less. There's a loss of. Pressure writing on it. I have to be stressed out to be motivated, which is not a great thing you know. Oh No my buzzsaw I. Before logged on started, I used to get really stressed out. Clearer I was stressed. Yeah I had a good stress going the other day and trust me. I all my clothes for up. They're all an ice pile I've got my shoes, nor or it's great. I'll send you a bash of you want. It's fantastic. I'M NOT GONNA I'm GonNa send you know you. You can analyze it for odious. I will do just because I might. The MESSI of human ever I can't imagine tidying. Weird, so we'll just proves that astrology is bunch of crap because I'm a virgin of supposed to be. You know obedient or Not Rooms looking to leave a message today by. Actually getting my shit together here, also kid. Who could go? Check this out, he says. How would we look up? Is unstaffed up. Why. I like the Organization of the show. Do you like. Do, I need like your room in general actually to you will be saying. Sixty four threats from. I would have. You See. I die. If I were girl search. Actually I don't know. because. My mom is small. Is Tiny yellow MOMS five fifty? Six, sixty seven. So the. Guy. I've taken my dad, my dad's I'm actually really like my dad between me and rob, you look the same, but rubies like my mom I really like math like characters. And You Law Friends my friends used to be. But then may go okay. Do you the same president? As well so. He's tackled Andre. Something new every. Cat No I did not know that. He was no Becky Becky didn't know. She never heard anything in my dad until like a lightly reasonably well as long as you're. Not, exactly. My Dad's like close friends. Joseph told me they serve Madonna's. TESCO eastbound a pizza from mode. Because Momma, Pete and she had a Tantrum didn't WanNa go out because she does everything. I do not miss working at TESCO. Yeah, Oh, I forgot you TESCO. Months My Lips. No moral. Like, I can't imagine it would be easy. It's like you get these impossible. I mean you get like impossible customers anywhere you work. You know like in hospitality. You get just as much but. In TESCO Your sat down all day. If you're on the check, is I mean they do like a as you to stand up? But, even then you know, it's just draining. All the light is artificial. And you know it's just I can't think of a worse. I. Don't even like long shocks on. Long shopes. Oh. Was it like spending a longtime shops? You know ooh, yeah, I thought you've been really really long shops. Really like think of Oblong. architecturally. I mean follow this. Long! Of, time shops. Like. Is Driving Imagine. My shift was nine hours every Saturday in life ruler southwest fight till nine four five at night. I can go to parties because I was working at TESCO. Let that sink it. Tell you when he story. About New Year's so. My old boss. Now where I work I work in hospitality so I'm a waiter. My boss has sent an email to everyone so. You pick me, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day or news eve a newsday. ME, being the good guy I'm I eight hours, Christmas and six hours a new Christmas Eve. And I saw the router. I'm on day seven o'clock in the morning. I work on Tuesdays I went. I went out on. Drunk. A headed self. You know the story. We're going to defend. It's a classic one day one day for maybe episode hundred. When I'm living somewhere nicer through, add revenue and stuff but. I wish I really wish I hope. I got the twenty five minutes even. anyways carrying on with the story, I went into drunk. I was on two hours sleep and I went into one drunk, no happy. You want me. Herman Years Eaten you is a you crowd, make of law. You cried all the way home. We're also going GONNA disclose why. I! I think the bigger. Kindhearted Andrew yet might be was kind of like salvageable. Ish was a little gruesome I was A. Machete to the on. More story address a nice guy he He supported me when I was sobbing, and he walked me home also drunk. Folding is on Barista the next day at work, so you can imagine I was. HUNGOVER! Because I've been. Very not sensible tonight. July and I had to make coffees for Bugle Looted around me, it was. The worst like tiff ever ever had. Yeah. I think I think we were talking shift actually. you were doing your thing. I was not chatting near my phone. Lovely lovely go from work. Obviously, she's like the mother of the workplace. She's always. She's always looking out for me. She's always checking them all right. She's always honestly. Actually Miss Her I. Miss Working with you. On. This isn't working methods well. She left and it made me very sad. But I I've worked with them. Had A. Different Story! I. Think because actually the liquid. Oh, no, what creepy call I forgot about those. No, no, no! We're back and we're going to be talking about how nobody cares about you. Damn holiday photos. Okay, we understand if an ice time when Homa Bay. I don't want I'm so sorry. I want to see them. I, can you? I'm all for two or three Instagram, pitchers does your white. I do the same I'd be hypocritical started. People who do one or two? Of you posted over and over and over and over and over again I don't care. A Ra- loses interest. Unless you should. Your instagram one you remove the Amsterdam I because it. Only I looked on only had one hundred likes is pure. The Standard is one sixty nowadays ESCA. Very. New. 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Back on, let cringes. I'm quite happy that I didn't. Go to parties and stuff. especially the early ones 'cause when everyone starts drinking. And then Oh, person's got drunk and threw up Ho. Yeah. I wasn't really built for that I. Don't think was at least I I'm. Especially compared to my friends I'm one of the more quiet ones. I'd say respects of. Allow them. Go clubbing and stuff and understand. Okay, you, I mean. Probably died from someone for myself. Just doesn't interest me I mean. Underage clubbing here over. Correction skew. I will be eighteen thousand, so it's actually a month away a month. Barry, so that's pretty crazy. Low like two weeks. anyways to back to my life that everyone cares about. I like my own company. And especially with this popular I know I know a lot of my friends or people I know think twice about going and doing their own thing. Why from from the moment I? Remember people. I remember how radio will start. People. Some sick. There's a fifth year that go up and spoke to everyone about or radio. This radio without the gravy came enjoyed. I remember Nick. Look to me. This is me and nick were really. Deep fucking can. Actually now I, it could be listening. Me and him were like really. We were inseparable for years. It just thrown drifted apply. That's what happens with friends. So. He looked to me and I looked at him, and it was almost like something. Something clicked, and it was like yeah warm. Let's going to do this and I remember. I, it was more heated the controls and I was on the side, and then he he bailed. That I was on the controls and that was. Okay! And I really liked being I really like China. Like four. Yeah do and do my own show and whatever I call my own show and. For reasons I'm here. No. I mean I. I stopped for exams. To focus on school, and then Karuna happens on Ben Reverend grew back and pay fifteen hundred ten I. don't even know ten quid a month. No I think you. Know for like. Four? radio so I've got to be stopped. I think my subscription to my host lips. Oh, I'll explain what that is in a minute Bobo, so my subscription fee to Lipson Monday is the same as my radio monthly one. And I'm thinking. would. I rather have a one a tuna to our show. Heart control furnace through control to an extent overall. The songs I played yeah. By couldn't do much talking. Or have my own brand my own image. Why do stuff Li- way not? I'm stubborn, so you know exactly what he signed like. You know what people who've previously worked for buzzfeed. quit into video on it. That's what you. Do Away. Do my own thing though you. Yeah. I'm so happy. I've. Finally got around Post Garcia because. I I mentioned this in another episode I was always going to do a podcast. I, had football one. Soap ready to go only was looking into the other technical stuff are not gonna lie that to me Solo to get ahead around. I mean I think I said I was going to do a post? Cast in starve April, and then it got to May. Oh, he's not starting jet. Skis Mick, and then they go to mid May I everything star age. Everything's set up Bosch Boston post yesterday now, but the police was called the fixture. Hiccups it's called the fixture list podcast. I was going to do weekly segments on the primarily. Talk about this and the next thing always if people canceled and I'm left doing this podcast, which I feel. is a little better in every single way. She just going on utopic or radio you. Radio. Yes podcast I remember all. My is first time my wife. My mind is actually worked recalling something. Yeah! ooh, I, remember okay. We're going to go from the topic. Yeah! So with podcasting, obviously, I mentioned I give me so much creativity and freedom and I know a lot of my friends would start the room, Brenda, wherever because some think that some some think too much some people that I know they think old people in my slam us. With this White Galloway. You can't tell me I can't do it. Because I'm GONNA prove your. Yeah? I think if live. My life is of A. Proven wrong stories. Because, yeah, with school, unstuck coming back to school with school and stuff. Oh I remember what we're talking about like Growing up in a little while ago for context, we just had a long fifty minute shot and I need to cut out because it's not not suitable for the podcast. Think exactly we went off and talked about some classified information. It's asking. What was I talking about? Fox News. Radio brand new. Yes, yes. All my life. So my life is GonNa Story where people have told me that I couldn't do it and every single time. I've. I've. Proved the personal. I! Say every perspective and most respect and the the big things. Like I remember when I was in primary for. And I. I was very anxious good. And I didn't Focus Group. Law I actually had asthma. I was school with bronchitis for a very long time, so I could. Stands scary for for eight year to have bronchitis, isn't it? During that time I learnt my times tables so just as a little thing this. Saskia through a timetable at me from one table to drop them through. And six. Six or Wait No, I'm three times, yeah. Oh then seven. It's my easiest one, seven, fourteen, twenty, one, twenty, eight, thirty, five, point, two, four, nine, hundred, sixty, two, three, hundred, seventy, seven, eight, four, hundred, one, hundred, eight, hundred, and fifteen, hundred, twenty to twenty dollars, and thirty, six, hundred and forty, three, hundred, fifty, hundred, Fifty, seven, hundred, six, hundred, seventy, one, hundred, seventy, eight, hundred, eight, hundred, ninety, two, hundred, ninety, nine, hundred, and six, hundred, thousand, two, hundred, twenty, two, hundred, twenty, seven, two, hundred, thirty, four hundred. So Well as for two reasons one. One. My mom and I weren't overtime stables a lot six times seven, the the. Time to learn that I know six four to seven times six, forty. Two I'm telling you. It's too easy. And whenever when I was younger costs supposed to be listening to what we were saying I used to count up in my head. That timetables to subconsciously I. Go I tell for. With like numbers so like thirty seven. Thirty seven, seventy four. Hundred Eleven. Hundred and forty. One hundred and eighty five. To. You know I used to just sit and do that in my head. Andrew. Andrew Yeah so well. As As I used to file. It's very anxious. Kid has mentioned and. I remember I fell behind on. One of my teachers told my mom don't worry about it. You are locked open, highschool anyways, which is right? I did for three years and exams. But I never I mean for context. Dyspraxia may have said it I don't know. It's something. Might. Not, not not set it exactly new it. Because I think I was keeping a client on episode five surprise so basically my balances off. My coordination's of my time. Thing is off, I lose. CanNot words. Anyway. I can. Talk. This gorging I've got Barrett talking I really have. With podcasting I get nervous before I. Don't know why, but. Talking to you normally talking to anyone room. It's fine, but. When. When is? What is -cluded it's like? Best behavior under no I would say about, but just I need to convey my words carefully told you topics I. Did convey my words in the best way possible, so it'll get into trouble. Yeah, nobody would do in the first place, but just in case it. Might Never Know Council Cultures Bigler. Fact, absent, really dodgy things on this podcast. If you Keith men, I will cancel SUSKO COUNCILMAN Post. There's a to you'd entwistle by the way. You said earlier. Scottish people people were Scottish accents do that. Peter Scottish accent surprises? No No. Place we live. We live. Yes, we speak a differently to everyone else. Is No. We have quite English accents. You put it this way. Nobody that I know. Nobody in my family has accent here and I. Like when I was really young, apparently, I was really push your call. Passed me Lipoma me. was. So! He has a story from my childhood, really obese well. Our so far. No. SASKIA I was round. No, I'm talking about two. I was rump. Janis. Fat Bastard reference. stood. Maybe. Community BBB the BBB. Give me that they did that. Baby that Webb's. Where's your? Where's your shutter? I've got totally pocono. I was watching move the English. English met with him and Michael Caine from the third movie. So good. Oh, you mean English English. Or Right, my son. I can't. There's no way I can decode English. Oppose. Pash. Jane I feel! You're really bad because you always maybe talk about something else. Yeah I'm sorry, the raised my father. I was nineteen days into swimming at happen. You've got him ruined. Giving, city and areas anyway so. With my life having dyspraxia Emmy I learn a bit differently to everyone else. I'm slow to pick open things. Something's go from a hat. That's one thing, but I'm I'm not academic in the slightest by I'm really treated. I say I'm what were created than some of my some of my friends are not all, but some especially. Like some some working easing the tests from age of nine, I am radio show of age twelve. Technically Sixteen was twelve. Because I WANNA. Make the effort myself. Like I can't imagine be doing. I can't imagine my younger brother to be anything like that. Because? He's academic and I'm not I'll as it is practical, thing about me where? Sometimes in my life affects more things. No, it doesn't really affect the law my life. My dyspraxia is very very mild to the point where I laugh at myself. Sometimes it gives me I said to. You gives me a little something different. Sometimes. It makes me unbearable. Sometimes I can be really funny without realizing. That's just me you know I to. Buy some people who will remain unnamed of pointing the finger law, but it's not. My phone affects me that way. Yeah, exactly anyways, so came back to the story. I was written off at school. I've left. Go now. We both Mexico now. I was off my teachers. It was all Andrew. Cute do this. But you're going to do something else instead. Yeah. and. Even from my fourth year exams like a lot of. People difficult, go in there. They really struggled and they give up. and. It was more that I somehow even not really studying I managed to get my stuff together, just studying and get my coffee occasions. I needed and then again exams in Scotland there pending obviously because canceled, so it's based off. Curriculums? Elements. It's just how you did in the class and I think. Scrape English. Because I got one of. Them. But. That's about but. It was, it was always you can't do this. Yeah. I didn't feel different to anyone else. And the respects of socialize. But I was I always felt a little bit different to my friends because they always go things easier than I did. Yeah? I feel like with this products. With brain pro says can stuff like think about. You do whatever you write an essay. Do whatever you want you. Learn a piece of music. You have statistical scientifically even have to use half the brain power I have to use. So, for example I mean some people get really tired easily I'm really getting tired easily. I literally Sundays I would come home from school and be struggling to stay awake when I was younger, I used to like before the by the end of the day and the school. Isn't that we? are only they're only seven long including a fifteen minute fifteen minute break so technically five hours fifty five minutes of learning say. Happy Sharp ups six hundred, even with a four seven. How long was Ridge six minutes? Yeah so six hours and six minutes of. Well. Yeah six I was learning say. Would you ever in Reggie Point so insecure? I was late fifty seven times. I think I was up there thought to. Be really bad for I mean we'd run into. School that was yeah. That was pretty cool I kind of missed that I do miss. koons respects for really other respects. By Rivera Algorithm literally. Try, being sixty four and walking out of Carter all these younger get. Over new I. You stop in a new. Albo I find. The elbow is much more. If you start him in the back of the head I suppose us. No that we can donor here we don't condone. Nova. Is Against Children. against her kitchen appliance such as your fridge. We can, we can maybe draw a line. there. will be rude. You know about the store. Should. Should we tell the story? Yeah. Alto, the? So in. Fifth year going into sixth year I lost my way with exams, I. was in. My defense I was depressed for seven months. And I talked to say and I remember I got better again eight pro I back on my feet, and it's like Oh, okay exams are this way and I did everything I could do I national vibe English. That's great. That's why I needed. Business by three marks on. I. Miserably failed laughs. 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Alex Jennings Remembers A Role He'd Rather Forget

MASTERPIECE Studio Podcast

19:55 min | 1 year ago

Alex Jennings Remembers A Role He'd Rather Forget

"Everyone's watching masterpieces miserable on PBS. So don't be left out. Watch new episodes of les Miz every Sunday at nine pm or catch up on PBS dot org slash masterpiece. For a limited time, you can also binge the whole series now on PBS passport a member benefit from your local member station. Les Miserables is must see TV watch it. Now. Spoiler alert. If you have not watched the third season finale of unforgotten stop now and go watch it before listening to this podcast. I'm Jay sleigh Cobb. And you're listening to masterpiece studio. It's happened again. D Cassie Stuart and sunny con have solved an impossible crime cracking. The cold case of Haley read convincing her killer. Dr Tim Finch to reveal all he knows including the shocking confession that he not only killed Haley. But isn't fact serial rapist and murderer of his I coached them to protect myself. I write them and unless I killed them. They were going to report me, and I was kind of go to prison. Dr Finch admits to the slaying of at least three young women and ominously suggests he's killed many many more burying their remains throughout the idyllic British countryside. It's a revelation that propels a distraught. Cassie off the force and leaves Finch doling out breadcrumbs about his other victims to sunny and Langley to commode. Village south of Lincoln. Name was Victoria, actor Alex Jennings better known to masterpiece viewers for his role as the suave king Leopold of Belgium on Victoria, gives Tim a placid almost pleasing mask to hide his monstrous nature, it's Jennings. Static icy delivery that lens the reprehensible doctrine killer. An extra unsettling layer Olivo, it's about control, I think, and therefore some power who knows how many people he is killed. He can keep dropping. These little presents to them Jennings joins us again on the podcast to discuss. How it feels to play an out and out bad guy. One who's killing of Haley read was merely the tip of murderous iceberg. And we are joined again this week by unforgotten star, Alex Jennings. Welcome thank you for having me coming off, Victoria. And the crown what was the appeal of playing Tim Finch on unforgotten on forgotten? What would the director before? And the Wilson who is an amazing director. I read the scripts I was surprised that they wanted me to play it. But I thought I could and I went in and I met the writer in the produces. And they will I could as well. And it was a fantastic opportunity for me. I think for stall to be wearing contemporary costume, which I don't often, but just to not to be worried about historical research and being trust up in the Taurean, costumes or worrying about being believable as Duke of Windsor. I could invent. This person and workout house not give any clues give anything away as the story unfolds at what point during the production. Did you learn that Tim Finch was not only the seasons killer, but a sociopath, rapists, and serial murderer who had killed dozens of women did you know that going in? Yes, I did because I'd read will success odes. I mean, how did having that knowledge in advance help shape the character in your portrayal? Did it help as an actor in terms of keeping? Tim's mask firmly in place. He had to keep it. He had no choice, but to keep it firmly in place in that was in a way part of the game. He was playing. It was quite horrible place to go to really I mean, I loved the job I'm working with the people I work with. But he wasn't very nice person to sort of have in your head. Really? But you can't give anything away as the structure of that series is written seriously ical broach where I gathered that none of the cost knew who had done it even the person who had done it while they were filming it so of a that's going to be a very different process. I just had to keep a lid on things. Really? I mean, the reveal itself is is I'd say utterly chilling just to be clear it and even admitting that you did kill them both of them. And if we can do this properly if we can do this with respect if we can avoid turning it all into some sort of sorted circus. I'll tell you what the others very to. What did you make of of that reveal? He knew the game was up and that they had enough on him. And he was grasping it keeping a little bit more power for as long as he could that he was in control still of that information. So it gave him it was like a lost loss roll of the dice, and it will for horrible. I mean, it's it's sort of contrast to the first time we see Dr Tim Finch where he's tending to a patient who lost his wife, two months earlier. There's this incredible tenderness and sense of compassion that he's sort of giving off. I mean is this part of the the sort of the mask to hide his true, monstrous nature? I think it is parts of the mosque. But I also think that he's not going to be displaying psychopathic behavior and tendencies to everybody. Everybody he meets he's able to least pretend as he says in episode six he's able to pretend that that. He says. But he has to be convincing in that pretends because nobody suspects though, the anger does spill out at certain points. There's the university dinner scene in episode one where he lashes out at the server about the wind being court. This is cold is it, right? Sorry about that. Let me just you don't need to smell. It is melted. It's cooled. Hopping another bottle, and there is this sort of shimmer of true anger in his his family sits there almost holding their breath. What direction did you receive for that scene? And he was telling me to hold back to not give too much away. And you're aware because the series is. So the writing is so cleverly constructed that Chris Lang will toss those things in that made you uncomfortable to make you feel that's interesting about that character. And then the next few scenes will be telling somebody else's story, and he might drop things in that make you feel suspicious about somebody else said very cleverly written and I hadn't seen the two previous series before I was asked to do this. I just I just had marched them. And then did and it was thrilled to be a part of it. Because I I think it's an amazing series and series one particularly was stuffed with amazing actors giving amazing performances. Tom, Courtney and Hannah, Gordon and Bernard hill, wonderful wonderful actors being brilliant in it. It is I think an embarrassment of riches. This this show with its casting. It's incredible. When Tim is ready to confess to the murders. He asks for a Cup of tea, and the understanding that it won't turn into a sorted circus, you touched on sort of respect, but why is the notion of respect so important to him at this point when he's been captured a think him asking to be treated with respect is also tied into his him continuing to try and wield some kind of power am wanting demanding that they treat him with respect is is an attempt to to still have however little but some control I'm pretty much a textbook psychopath says Tim above average intelligence. Superficially charming, zero empathy silence of the lambs is referenced by sunny, but your performances is so completely modulated. Was there any discussion about Hannibal Lecter in terms of set? The tone. No that wasn't. There may have been take where I did a bit of Fava beans. Accent. But you know, goes it's it was, you know, one of my heroes and one of the greatest promises ever was Anthony Hopkins. Now, we didn't really talk about it. We didn't really talk about it. That was kind of sonny's take on it. I mean, the way Tim Cooley shares facts about debt from strangulation is is horrific. It is as though he has ice in his veins. How much of a challenge was it to shoot these interrogation room scenes? It was incredibly concentrated Nikola and Sanjiv villages fantastic's work with and we had nice times together between scenes, but it was very very concentrated. And the atmosphere on set was very similarly. So and Andy would be the just after you done particularly just throwing in a sort of a a little word or suggestion very quietly for you to think about the next time. You did a take an we got to do it broken up, but we got to film segments as well. Which can be unusual when you're filming I was kinda glad to get rid of it in a way after those couple of days. Oh, and as well, the shed Jill and they've done this every time on 'em forgotten was constructed. So that the interrogation scenes come at the end of shooting. Really? Yeah. Yeah. Which? Was a big help. So then you can sort of emotionally sort of build up to that. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. And it's you know, it's a lot of words just practically to get your head around. But you've told the rest of your story. They were absolutely the last things I filmed, which I was very grateful for before this next question. A brief word from our sponsors. Viking. Vikings new ocean fleet is designed with all verandah state rooms for just nine hundred thirty like minded guests by river and by see more at Viking cruises dot com. Nikola walkers Cassie becomes increasingly uncomfortable during these scenes as she and Sonny get him to give up. Details about the murders is Tim deliberately provoking her. Is he pushing her he is deliberately pushing her, and he is fascinated by the effect is having on. And I love how he says, quote, really the most important people. Here are the victims. How did you read that moment is he at all aware of the irony? Given that they're only victims because of him. Yeah. I think he is aware of the irony, but he's not gonna play the army in a way. I mean that small line I think gave me insight into his entire character. I it's just such a creepy. Weird thing to say. I know what can I tell you? I didn't write it. So you can blame Chris Lang is there relief or pleasure for Tim in finally being caught. I think there's a bit of relief that it's all over. In a way. But he's not somebody who. Is I don't think he's going to have a breakdown about it. How much of Tim's personality is about control looking at sort of that at the sewed one freak out about the wind being court, the murders his victims and now serve doling out. These bits of information to the police is it about control more than even power. Ol- of it's about control, I think, and and therefore some power he can keep who knows how many people he is killed. He can keep dropping these. These little presence to them. So he's willing control about an and and power. I think in the scene on the hill when the police uncovering tasha's body says lot about both Tim and Cassie. It's the moment where she ops to walk away from the police force. Why do you feel Tim finches actions are such a breaking point for her character? I think it's been building up during previous series as well of what she's having to. What she's having to deal with the emotional impact? It's having on on her in her life to be so knee-deep in in all this filth and one of the crew members actually on Victoria had seen it and his wife is a police woman. And I was I tell nicb this. She was very upset by unforgotten and the toll that we see the what taking on Cassie and said how accurate was overseen for every person working in homicide, but she totally empathized believed and recognized the effect. It was was having on on Kassian that was very truthful until now unforgotten head centered around very different murders. Crimes of of either Pash. Or revenge at Tim finches, certainly departure from that mode of storytelling. What do you make of the character? Is he the face of true, relentless evil? Yeah. I guess he is. I guess. And he offers no excuses says. Yeah, my dad was controlling book my sister's perfectly. Alright textbook psychopath. I mean, he does reject this sort of nurture implications of this that there wasn't necessarily some formative event that locked him into this. But we also can't discount any of these things he isn't necessarily truthful. It does ask the question of where evil comes from. And why this man is ultimately so relentlessly evil. He's not going to give anybody the benefit of exposing any Monir -bility l- finding excuses. Aw. He's looked into that. And he has chosen to reject it. In the three months later epilogue rather sallow looking Tim asks Sonny for new books in exchange for information about his other victims threatening to go to the press if they don't give him what he wants. But they call his bluff is this the true face of Tim Finn, a sad, powerless little man. Yeah. It is now. Yes. And that's maybe what he always was and the relationship his relationship with the two wives is very interesting. I think in the how how much Amanda routes car to the second wife is victims will of of his. Quiet manipulation, you know, not happy house. No, no, how difficult was it? Not to bring this character home with you at the end of the day of shooting. Well, my wife said. You didn't show. I didn't really notice. I mean. It was as I said, it was very kind of it was very concentrated things to involved in a not something I've visited before dramatically Rudy. She said the you didn't like being him. Did you know, no? Oh. But it was, you know, fascinating to to have a go at that was. And then you were happy to sort of move past it. Yeah. Yeah. Looking back at the season. Do you have a favorite scene from the third season of unforgotten? Whether it was doing the interrogation scenes with Nick learn Sanjay and for what it's worth. The death from strangulation can take up to two three minutes. Unconsciousness comes in this list. Ten seconds, you know, molten twenty. So there was very little pain same without us, and please to reassure their families about that. You first. Listen baldwin. So. I intend treat you with respect. I hope you'll to me in the same consideration. But really the most important people here off of it. Tim's on the intensity of that. And the trust you put in the other actors and trying to imaginatively be in the moment and listening and responding, and yeah that was the most swing for me, Alex Jennings. Thank you. So very much. Thank you. Coming up next on masterpiece studio actors Dominic west and David yellow and writer Andrew Davis returned to the podcast to break down. The heartbreaking final installment of Les Miserables. That's because I'm going to die soon. Following the conclusion of Missouri. Look for more mystery on masterpiece with new episodes of endeavor and later grantchester arriving on your screen starting June sixteenth, and June twenty third endeavor star and sometimes series director, Shaun Evans joins us to explore what it means to play a role on both sides the screen in endeavor, Morse's Oxford. Masterpiece studio is hosted by me jas lay Cobb produced by Nick Anderson, at least by e to his editor Suzanne Simpson is our executive producer, the executive producer of masterpiece is Rebecca Eaton. Sponsors for masterpiece on PBS are Viking cruises. Raymond, James and the masterpiece trust.

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Which QB you'd want for the next 5 years & Game Of Thrones recap

NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

1:09:47 hr | 1 year ago

Which QB you'd want for the next 5 years & Game Of Thrones recap

"A ACS atom. We gotta deal. Go honks, go hogs. I must see on more. Your go to bed. Go to sleep. Ciano morning. Davis. Dave damage. Schick football, bro? Grab vailable on apple podcasts and at fell dot com slash DDS fees. Now, here's your host day damage shit. Listen to three. Three sounds happy and very happy. From anywhere. With Sierra his his wife right next who on the pillow next to him. Yeah. That's exactly right. Who is worth more money? Sierra Russell Wilson. Who's got the bigger power? Housewife Bradier Brady Brady Boulogne way is. I don't think serious that I don't think she's hundred million dollars popular. I don't believe. I don't know. I don't have an I could be wrong. But I'm just, you know, my kids live in the world of pop music these days, and I don't hear them listening to a lot of that season. He had a big hit that came out a couple of weeks ago. Oh, she did. Yes. So she's back on the scene back on the scene. A big hit. There's a new album coming out later this year. They do have something called them celebrity net worth listen to Hansa me. Hey, listen, I era whisper. Trumpet heyday, but I actually traveled to Brazil with I go to sneak preview of Trump. How about a run Jay run? You hit not not even close. But I I would say that Russell probably is especially based on his new from overnight is probably the the main breadwinner, not that you want to do a net worth of twenty million dollars. But the man to celebrity network. Let's have a look at Dave damasec. See what his celebrity? I know it's inaccurate on that while you look at I and Hello and welcome to the Dave damage. Schick football program, presented by Zach spy's famous fingers wings in Zalid. We're looking forward to get note. Let's say Nashville Tennessee that Dave relation to photo. Two of you on this. Dot com. Yeah. Sorry to take this off the rails. I don't think also you spoke. My name is. I did not going to help us Owen. Yep. I'm not not pid English spelling Scandinavian in any way. Oh, good. Call. I'm not on a you on there. I mean, you put money in your actual name. I'm gonna I'm gonna type Matt Smith in there. And let's see what is the one. I always throw. What do you know? I'm worth north of nine million dollars. Thanks to all my work on doctor who. That sounds right. That was a heck of a run. Dr Who the best you'll my favorite doctor. Thank you. I appreciate it very much more popular in the UK. Then I am here. I'd never really thought about that. But that's that's a good point. You bring up there. If money were a failure financially, especially I always flow champ and boss Bailey. Right. Did if they had wound up being, you know, janitors. It would be sadly ironic for the same for money. What if you whatever you were impoverished, you know? Thank goodness, he's not poor and destitute. Instead he is a world superstar TV shows brought play by play celebrating his twentieth. Wedding anniversary. Oh, yes. Muslims data's fantastic. Thank you. Yes. Tiger tiger stole some of the headlines. And so did Russell Wilson. But yes. Twenty years of marriage muzzle, tough the you in the MRs and the the the progeny the the two of you have yielded. Plenty of football to talk about as well, we'll see how much these are our best shows people love these shows especially in the off season because they proved that there is no off-season here on the DSP. Thanks, primarily to the man seated the my immediate left all the way from London England. He is taking a year hiatus away from his one time beloved Miami Dolphins. It's handsome, Hank. No time. No time for that. No time today. How are you handsome? I'm very well. You know, I can be happy because I I walked into the studio this morning imagining, it would just be me, and you sitting in you being a little grim faced and money's here brings all the son. Chase. I well, I'm a little I'm a little sour about episode one of game of thrones. We only have so many should get into that. What do we have time for that? They put out on time. I'm gonna make time. I if I were them, I would say, you know, what we didn't do a good job. We're gonna add another episode. That's this season that we wear. What was what the cockamamie bird? I mean, the Dragonfly. You know, what though it did yield my favorite moment of the whole episode. The dragon the dragon item. Yeah. When he's when he's watching him do his business with the MRs there, and you look over, and there's the, you know, I think anyone that has a pet has perhaps been in that particular situation where maybe you're consummating the marriage or you know, trying to yield some offspring, and you forget the dog or the cats they're in the room, and you happen to catch a glance. And it's a very awkward moment. Significantly more awkward. It's a dragon. It's very angry with you and disapproves of the action that's going on right in front of it. Here's the thing. To me. The overarching thing to keep an eye on much like the dragon was Jon snow in that episode is people are going to die and now and have already died if you haven't heard on the show and they're going to start coming back. They're going to be the undead, and we're going to see these people again who will it be who among the living currently will be dead. And maybe it was cute that Jon snow. Was making eye contact with that dragon? But how do we know that one that in another dragon or both of those dragons Ankara, turn out bad, you know, turn an evil spaghetti behind the glass is our resident and all due respect a handsome and money spaghetti is our resident west arose expert. He really is he's he's all tied, and he read all the books dreamily invested. If you if you are interested in that kind of thing follow Eddie on on Twitter. What are you spaghetti Edward L? Murphy. Okay. Everyone has Eddie spaghetti or any kind of way to Eddie Murphy's a very popular right Blake handled people wanted. So it's still at. Edward elma. If you really because he he's got some ideas about how this is all going to end up, and I I enjoy them how to train your dragging. I mean, rip straight from how to train your asking him and John snow in and Danny flying through. I mean, this is don't be understand. What's what did they need to do it to show that John could ride a dragon because only tar Garin blood could ride a dragon? That's that's the point of that. But they. It's filling in. I mean, it's like that whole episode. It's filling in some of the puzzle. So that you can say okay now, we go. See those details that I was. Five minutes later, you you found on his lineage anyways. But the the thing that they didn't want to have was like if they're in battle. And then Ray Golic. His dragon was there, and he just like jumps on and rise people. Hey, how did? Ray goal is dragging. That's the name. Yep. Yep. Did you know that handsome? I did. Yes. You knew his name was ragle actors dad, you know, that's the name of his his my issue with it though that whole episode. Well, no, no just that specific bit. It was a cold day is winter. It's here not just coming. Winter's here. And she comments on how cultures you've you've been outside in the cold. If you have a ride your bike in the cold it's twice as co because you've got the cold wind rushing. I if you're writing a dragon in the cold imagine how cold it would be be like sticking your head out of an airplane at fifty thousand. Glad I got lip right? I pay that and be like take a hat. She cold already commenting on the call take a hat. You're going to wrap. Like, I say to my kids every time you're gonna get cold. You may not be called now. But you will be called in twenty minutes. It's gonna be cold or at ten thousand feet. It'd be very going miles an hour dragon wrap up warm you want some mittens you wanna hot you probably want. Another layer two, especially when the dragon in front of you does the old dusting the threes and launch snow in your face up one hundred miles an hour. Can you imagine Hanson's? Little kids like, you know, they're trying to integrate into American society, and they're like before you run out the doom acre hat on your head. You know, what wasn't what modem shake said? She was. Yes. But we've established it get your hat on. You're gonna need to wear a hack today. It's cold out there his Texas time, she goes to Michigan. And people don't know this. I lived in El Paso. The better part of a decade in my youth. Yes. Have you got your men's on Dave? If you want. With boys. There was there. A little Bursch of cricket because you can't play. What was it with it with it is because you can't play with that ball in those sticks in the middle of the street. Like, we couldn't with a baseball tennis Bill. So that you would use the actual okay with a tennis ball. Gotcha. We would do that too. With the stick and young people do beside change the world like for late. Let's let's do it pick up when handsome was allowed out before SAPA. What did you go? We'd be the thing. Soccer that be it. What maybe I've shown to find a million dollar idea here. Right. Right. Because truly wiffle ball changed our lives like when you were kids, and you could now have a pitcher throw a ball as hard as he could. And it would break, and you would get curves and sliders, and you could swing a bat as hard as you wanted to in the middle of the street in everything was just miniaturized. Why shouldn't you have that for cricket area? There is a version of cricket. Go quick cricket which is played with like a plastic case thirty. Thirty six hours to play a game. Never go. I guess there aren't very many pick up games of cricket. Duration that many. All right. Just spitballing here. Trying to line our pockets a little bit cat. I know that the subject matter typically is pro football here. But let's talk about another sport the sport of golf, Matt money Smith an accomplished golfer. I've been watching for my whole life him. What's that? What I have not specifically like to post some punctuation in that. You're right. I'd like to see although I did see money. Swing once on video. It was very nice. You have a nice easy. I put it on. Did I put it on video ones? I think so I am described as having an easy swing. That is not a lot of power in this body. It's a small body. So I have to make do with good contact and good for. Well. It is the breakthrough story for once. It seems that the headlines even though at this time of the year and h ow playoffs. NBA playoffs. It does seem like the draft and all the intrigue surrounding that overwhelms even those, but for at least a couple of days Tiger Woods these story. Not just in sports. As a matter of fact, it's been covered as one of the top stories in world news, the Tiger Woods did it. And I'm going to sound like the biggest budget in the world. When I say this wasn't this moved by. It is apparently ninety eight percent of the rest of the world. Was it was fine. I didn't I moved when he won in Ninety-seven. Did it affect you? When he won his first major when he was dirty remarkable. Yeah. I remember being struck and the dominance of it and everything else. But I just I guess I'm older than you. But I when nNcholas did it in eighty six I vividly remember watching that with my old man and the back nine charge. And I knew a man a lot to the old, man. And it meant a lot to see him do it. And it was so exciting. And it was actually if you put side by side the shots on sixteen the par-three the the where the ball lands for tiger. And Jack Nicklaus. You know, what thirty something years prior is. It's almost identical. How it runs right up next to the whole and then stops about course, knowledge. Five feet short. Yeah. Five feet below the hole, and they both put it up. And that was when hardy and the place goes why then was twelve that nNcholas said he knew he was going to win because you saw. Both Molinari and female come up short and nNcholas is like, yeah. That's you know, if you've played the course as much as as we have, you know, they're swirling winds down there, and you either take an extra club or you pick a different line. And you know, what's going to happen? And those two guys don't know that. But he said as soon as he saw tiger hit it stick it to putt for par. He knew oh, yeah. He's he's got this this nut cracked, he's figured it out. And he will he will coast in and win this thing where does this rank for you money. It's way up there. This is one of the most significant obviously, we have to remove our subjective rooting interests, if you can objectively assess these things in your lifetime where does this rank for you let let's let's make our leisure. Let's cobble it together sports moments. The greatest moments that don't have to do with obviously, I would put you know. The Cup in ninety one is yes, I'm saying, no. Gosh, it's hard for me to rank them. I just I just got the AD show. Great right now. I don't know. Remember that was taped. I mean, I remember waking up in. I think it was in the paper before they played it or something. I remember my old man talked earlier today, and I was yeah. I was like six I think when that happened. And I remember it being a big deal. I regret very mild mo- modem Schick picked me in my chums up from Hebrew school. And we didn't want to go because of the game. And I think you could hear it on the radio, but you couldn't watch it till later in the evening and she picked us up. And she said, I know what happens in the US versus USSR hockey game. Do you guys want to know we debated in the back seat for a minute? We said, okay, go ahead and tell us, and she told us, I think she did it in that dramatic way to she said USSR three USA four, and we we screamed in the car, and then we ran home and watched it anyway, that's number one to me, Nick. As I say, an eighty six is in my top four five at minimum. Maybe even higher and Kirk Gibson's home run in eighty eight that was. Sure. You don't remember that one handsome, right? I don't know. I'm just. I'm trying to conjure up some memories of emotions. I remember the because I, you know, the Lakers comeback in game seven against Portland of the conference finals because I was there, you know, and I was just a season ticket holder. I had season tickets to the Lakers in ninety five. So that was on their way to their first title. And it looked like it was bust again. You know, they're down whatever it was fourteen. The seats. I had were right next to seats that were always given to the team the visiting team. So we had these dudes next to us that we're rooting for Portland. And they were Sani way. We we're kind of having fun going back and forth, and they're kind of wearing some some kind of like a band, Dan around their belt loop. And my buddy says, hey, the Lakers are going to win this game guys. Like nag gonna happen. He goes up about this. They win this game. I take that thing off your belt loop. They lose this game. I'll give you one hundred bucks. And it does like I'll take that deal when they came back and won. And he had to untie that they can give it to my buddy put it around his head just looked at him. Like he was Neider from the dukes hazard or something was one great moments. But that was remarkable comeback tiger in ninety seven. I'm surprised by that is a great. That was a great one. I remember being there in the fourth. I had to be because remember there was the Allieu from Kobe shock, and like the whole place just goes crazy. I mean that was just something to be in that Connick moment or that. I was at the Rose Bowl and six for the Texas comeback. And I was standing on the sideline right next to bring the whole media down to the field in the final three. Four minutes of the game. Because the media is the press box is so high at the Rose Bowl. So and they place you they are you staying here you stand here. I happened to be standing right next to the Texas bench. When the defense was on the field and Vince young gathered his team and stands on the bench and delivers this speech of how they're going to win this game. There's just no two ways about it was just I was it was almost like I was part of this huddle. So to see that comeback take place. Just the the breaks that went into it the lateral from Reggie Bush the fourth down call with no lyndale wider fullback on the field. The team's not taking the interception instead knocking it down like everything that went into that particular college football game resonates as well. I to me I while. I mean, obviously, it's we're debating what these are to me the greatest college football game as Nebraska Miami. In the Orange Bowl in eighty three Bernie Kosar versus the mighty Cornhuskers with. Heisman Trophy winner? Mike Rozier who was hurt and Jeff Smith comes in and makes a on fourth and ten how about this fourth and ten the season the national championship on the line. It's four th and ten and the mighty husker's are about the lose to the Miami hurricanes, which obviously they did anyhow, but on the last possession Turner Gail throws a strike to Irving Fryar future Miami Dolphins and patriots star. He's on a hiatus. He does the goal line all by himself. No, no one in the picture with him, and it hits him in the hands, and it would have gone down as one of the biggest drops in history. He felt but then on fourth and ten they run the option they run the option on four th and ten and Turner Gill pitches at the Jeff Smith at the perfect moment. And he takes it down the sideline for I think the game for the touchdown that put them down one. And then they go for two. They don't get it. The canes winded and still one of the great noble deeds in. In college football history. The Tom Osborne could've just kicked the extra point. That's what we lack by the way that that brings me around to that. We don't need both overtime. And the two point conversion when you have the two point conversion what it allows? You is those great ethical and sports moral decisions. I don't want talk ethical, but you point why because morality went through my head, and I thought that's a little inappropriate when it comes to sports, but they're sports morale. And I was witnessed the two of them left. She'd either go for like, it's shameful airport were together in London when when variable opt to go for it for Tennessee and three two shots at it and missed both and the chargers victorious, then of course, when Anthony Lin went for it on Thursday night football in Kansas City, got it. And essentially, it was a walk think there were five seconds left in that game. But you're absolutely right. Like those are going for to some of the best moments because it's one play. I mean, sixty minutes. Sweat and blood and here it is to yards. It's. And I think it was seventy or was it sixty six beget era Notre Dame guy the deep into the history parsegian 's number one with the Irish in Michigan state. I think is number two with Bubba Smith being one of their stars future. Star of police academy up tell you that handsome, and he kicks the x one throwing the winning could've gone for two after that. Like a man you go you act like a man when you're in that situation you go for two hundred percent or shame the devil. And by the way, if it's in the last minute of NFL game, and it's regular and its regulations. I'm you don't kick the extra point to see if maybe an overdone will win the dos. And maybe the other team won't score touchdown in. Maybe we'll get the ball back. And maybe it all work out. If you have a good quarterback which most teams do at this point. You put the faith in him that he's going to win the game on one play from two and a half yards out. What I can't imagine in this age of advanced. Metrics and all that that that hasn't been determined by everybody inherently have the momentum in that situation. Whether you're a believer momentum or not you have just go to touchdown. And you have the defense backed up. They probably tried to spend a while trying to stop me from getting a touchdown. So that a little more tied than they should be in as your opportunity to to put the game away rather than give them another fifteen minutes. Hank is not submitted anything yet. I you know, it was a good one to Johnson. What about when Ben Johnson blew away Carl Lewis member? How big was it? Louis fan. That's the difference. Carl Lewis really I loved along the fact that he did all back and he crushed it long jump, and he was rent or like that car. Lewis was probably my favorite Olympian. Plus it was in my sweet spot when I was a kid myself along jumper a favourite Olympia n-, right? Right. The earliest Olympia, and I remember is Bruce Jenner and I barely I was tiny child or maybe I just remember the legacy of IRA him under eighties boxing. Exactly, I think that's what it was. I think he was on the Wheaties box quite a while along ten years you still had Bruce Jenner on the Wheaties box. So maybe that's what it was. But yet Carl Lewis was kind of like the I think the Olympia in of of my childhood that everyone really because what wasn't eighty eight and eighty four. I think we're Carl Lewis's dominant runs so Eighty-eight when he lines up against Ben Johnson of Canada. Now a day or three later we find out that he's juicing. And so they take the victory away from band Johnson. But in the moment when you were watching that this was supposed to be some great showdown Carl Lewis versus bench and Ben jonson's them and everybody else. It was stunning to see him just run away from Carl Lewis in the rest of the fastest people face of the earth Linford Christie. That's right. I remember they stood about it. Hang come on your mind. Mine would be Lizzy some dumb. Cricket thing. I don't know. What? I mean. What makes it dumb? If it's crooked because I I listened to your dumb. Above mindless thing. Mine wasn't personal mine was I was trying to be objective. This moment this protective to principal people who monies from the country that I'm in. Okay. Go ahead. Back from people saying I comp so if you're right to one of them England and Australia plate in cricket in the series. That's called the ashes. So this this dates back because the first Australia ever be England. There was a fake obituary written for English cricket. And then they burnt the stumps that a used for the game and the ashes of what they play for every time of that England had not won the ashes since one thousand nine hundred six so they play every two years England cricket ashes, and that would be that would be something and in two thousand and five England finally won a series which oversee took five test matches so five times five days. Twenty five days worth of cricket them. Finally, be Australia in two one in the series. That was that was genuinely score was two to one after twenty five days series win. And hell is this thing you watch in participated series? It is it doesn't take a month. That's great doesn't matter. It was great five days. I'm all for Reagan the stakes. I what if what if the loser of this big match this month long match actually was thrown in the incinerator and now's became the ashes going. You're talking about series sakes, spaghetti is going to say here his contributions. And I know what they are. Let me see if I can guess what they are. Tyree and the giants beating the wasn't alive. Then. That that's out there. It's going to say the Rangers in ninety four is if that matter now, the one of my my one of my lease favorite things in in about that Rangers Cup is when people from New York act acted as though there had never been a Stanley Cup until the Rangers won that dumb one against the Vancouver Canucks. Terrific. You finally got over them. How old are you? Eddie twenty-six. Maybe two young spaghetti is going to say, I was thinking labor it's but he's too young. That objective. Anyway, the biggest moment in sports history in in our lives. Talking about that. We you mentioned how you felt bad because you weren't feeling it. I thought your question was like when you watch something happen, you remember your overwhelmed. Like, oh, my God is saying I can't same thing. It's like, hey, I witnessed this. I'm gonna tell my listen. They're always this golf who dominated golf, and none of us thought he was ever going to win a tournament again. You've seen. I think it's the same question. Isn't it? It's the same you. I would say the eighty Olympics beat the eating the Selvi. It's still number one. After everything that's come after. I think that's why the Rangers Cup doesn't resonate with him. He was too young. You know, you're too. I think you've got to be at least probably eight nine ten years old about that one. That was a little overrated people in New York on like, I don't know. That's like the biggest deals in New York is like that Cup. I'd say the the subway series Yankees ever met. And I guess the first giants one is probably the ones that people talk about the most. I would personally I would say the Rangers the Cup. They lost just from the memories from that whole every series, and how the whole like all of Staten Island kind of band together all the real hockey diehards come out, and like everything is like where are watching the game. Like who's coming on everyone would just together, and you would just become friends like these locals at bars and restaurants because you'd be watching the game like standing on it that is fun. That is great. But wait the blue shirt. Kurtz are most popular in the most popular borough is Staten Island. I mean, well when you get on like, Brooklyn, and queens that's more of like island. Yeah. And then jersey, obviously is we're like the devils are so and then Manhattan, there's just too many like just a mix of people. So it's a pretty good strong. Families there. I would imagine. I don't know if Hank was there. But the two of us were there being at the Coliseum for chiefs Rams Monday night on. I mean that that was great freaking electorate, miss fear, greatest. Are we with awesome regular season games regular season game of all time? What's the what is that in the conversation? Right. Say she so tiger for you money vaults, past nNcholas and eighty six is the greatest golf moment. It's just different. You know, I watched nNcholas and eighty six with mild, man. And my uncle Ray was big Tom Watson fan, and you know, in Norman, of course, was kind of like the bad guy because he was an AUSSIE. So like there's that involved. Out there too. Yes. So it's just. It's yeah. I think so just because tiger and ninety seven was so freaking huge. I mean, it changed golf got lately onto that we were never going to get to experience that feeling again. And yet here we are was pretty odd World Cup. Cubs game seven. I was already out on the cubs by then I'll tell you though, I think my global though, I'm not talking about how it impacts. I'm saying as as you can. To make a list of the ten. Events. I'm I absolutely because no one and the rest of the world knows about at least four of the things that you've enjoyed talking about. Well, how dare you? What's the biggest NFL moment? Then. The immaculate reception. That was a big one. Now, I it was at the eagles winning the SuperBowl. Was it? You know? The I mean what what rivals what we saw from tiger. Meaning there's a little bit of recency bias. But if you just think of the exchange between the patriots and the Seahawks at the end of that that you convert a fourth down that you have this giant completion on the sideline you are in place. And it looks like you're going to slay that dragon and win that game improbable circumstances. Right. And then it's quick slant. And this guy intercepts it game over Tom Brady is the NASDAQ run. And obviously the its meaning it because they had lost. They had one in ten years elevates the patriots. And it ends would be dynasty and the Seahawks. The so many of those recently in Super Bowls for the NFL Atlanta, close atrial the finish. I mean, the one if you really. Overdrive if you really want to go global the. Champions League final between much Steve night didn't buy unit which I think was probably ninety eight or ninety nine might just United was down one nil and scored two goals to win it in the in off to the ninetieth minute of the game and extra extra time. I think nine thousand I ninety four th minutes they scored two goals. One the game for the Champions League final in that year. Then had won the Premier League the FA Cup and the Champions League, and that's bad fit. That finish is is. I think thought of as one of the best soccer finished, I'll say relegates global ice hockey should be as well not global was the Olympics. What are you talking about? What's more global in the Olympic Jan the year? No. Or I remember it was Cold War. It was it was US versus the good old USA. I'll say this. I think for the United States, you could make a compelling case that the greatest sports moment in all of sporting history. Would have been had Gordon Hayward hit that half court shot. Wow. Half court shot at the buzzer. Tiny little Butler from Hinkle Fieldhouse knocks off the dragon. That is Duke. You know, the blue blood of blue bloods over the last thirty years in college basketball and the Butler BULLDOGS on a half court at the buzzer win the college basketball, national if we're going to we're going to what if in change a play people often forget, but I think people are kind of more tuned in than they were even in the in the days right after the giants beat the patriots for the first time and ended the undefeated season right after the Plaxico touchdown. They're still a little bit of time left and Brady uncork the longest pass he's ever thrown in his life. And Randy moss reaches out for it. And about the giants fifteen yard line. And he's just behind a couple of giants defenders in Randy moss. Just barely can't get to it. That would have connected for a perfect sees. I'm Brady hits. Randy moss on. The all time hail Mary. And Randy moss. Does that to complete the undefeated season? I think that would be the biggest but. And then this predates us, but I would assume Ali Frazier. There could not be anything bigger than that. Right. Those type of I guess they're their a book saying moments from I said Buster Douglas from poss-, right? I think that would be the biggest one there Sugar Ray was humongous. The fact that whilst her happened in Japan. Nobody cared. No one was paying attention. It was just it was a news item. Nobody watched it. It was just you just heard the breaking news. And you're like, wait what? I think that's the that's the only problem with the Buster Douglas. Mayweather mcgregor. A lot of buzz turns of vent watching it wasn't the grass bangle, but in terms of buzz and being a global event. But after the fact the right? Yeah. The hype before what what rose to that. And exceeded it. I guess the tiger thing. I don't know. I just feel we feel side that I'm not that. I loved watching there. But I mean, you used to probably watch a lot of golf with your old, man. Like now because tiger hasn't been as dominant. Maybe people aren't paying close attention. They don't really care about who's. Oh, Justin Rose is the world number one. But what about Dustin Johnson who might be able to take it away from? Nobody cares. You know, people care about tiger. So I think had tiger. I think now this could actually set up for like, let's say, you know, the next two majors are Bethpage Black and for the for the PGA and the US open at pebble. I mean, both places where he's one would've tiger goes into the open championship to complete the season long. Grand slam. I mean, if he wins at Bethpage, which probably won't happen. It's too long. Of course, I think for him to let you say does it. I mean, if that happens now, you're talking about perhaps, you know, one of the greatest moments in history if he goes to the freaking open championship and ends up winning there. I think it's in Scotland this year if I remember, right? So that would be something. I hope we've been comprehensive if nothing else I'd be like, we've just been spitballing. I know we are spitballing spaghetti give her brain that half hour conversation grade was it was it to all over the place. Now, I'm gonna tell you. I think our fans who love this group or they're going to eat this up. I really honestly believe the what about the bills rally against the Oilers. That'd be top twenty. Right. I would pretty great. I do remember watching that in real time and freaking out in disbelief. That's a great one. I just want to make sure I mean if we left off if we're talking Olympics same boat. Breath one hundred meter record again like that's that same deal. I get your point on Ben Johnson because he was like twenty point one and he's coming across. Unwrapped running threes is short and has already celebrating winning and breaking the world record. That's one of those. I mean, it's not I don't feel passionate about it. But it's definitely an indelible moment of like, sporting brilliant. So bottom line the biggest ever was leukemia and company in Chicago Stadium, completing the sweep over the hawks ninety two I was there for that one too now. Okay. Let's move along. Then and tackle another subject here. Let's talk a little three here. Russell wilson. And let's make it our Zack's villes hot take of the week presented by zach's B's famous fingers, wings and salads. And like I started to say earlier, we'll be out Nashville Tennessee, and we're going to be doing a show early in the week from zach's B's. Do you know which one it is spaghetti to plant the seat earlier? Yes. We actually do have the location of it. It's a Tuesday. I believe it's three o'clock show. It's nineteen o two. Charlotte avenue now. A live studio. I guess what? We're going to be joined by reside on Evans of the Tennessee titans. Say that again, Sean Evans, okay. Rashawn Evan Zack's because I had a I am a friend. Sully actually asked him about it this past week and of what an expert from Tennessee. I was like what are you order there? And he gave me the whole run out of the menus. Like, the Sanchez a great salads agrees like, but the wings and the and the fingers and all the different dipping sauces is like what you go for. So that's what Nate bar Godsey know accentuate his name because he has told us as well. The fingers on the depends. That's what we're going to be. That's easy eaten if you're doing a show finger food. Absolutely. I hope. The drive through window a little bit. I think it'll be neat for the local Shaun Evans and I worked at Dr not as much damage yet. But Evans, probably imagine you you place your order. I'll take some wings and Zalid. And then it's for Evans who hand you off your that'd be fun. I'd like to see you work deep fryer. You're right. Right there. I want to work his way. Here we go with our Zack's villes hot takes handsome, and I kind of had this conversation or we started it last week money. I wanna get your expert insight on this a lot of the cynics out there vapid cynics who populate the twenty century is I say lousy with vapid cynicism, and it is part of the downfall of society, perhaps. But let's reclaim it a little bit here. Russell Wilson is worthy of a big contract. Obviously there's inflation year to year. Kirk cousins informed what the Seahawks at the do. And now other teams with a franchise QB? You're going to have to match or exceed what Russell Wilson is now gotten any who all this. Russell wilson. Why would you give him that money? He's not as a second tier QB money. Let's go around here. Who would you rather have been Russell Wilson for the next five year next five years? Yeah. What is that too long? Let's. That's makes sense QB for five years who would be better. I think I'll take how do I get coached to do? I get to like take that. Okay. Because that'll take Pat Mahomes and Andy Reid past five years interested at is. That is one is definitely top of that list. I'm already starting. We'll see what happens with tyreek hill. Obviously, that's a major factor. And I would suspect it Andy Reid and company you're looking at Hollywood Brown to is a replacement there. But it's just outside the window for Rogers. Yeah. Three I'd go Rogers. But but five I think is probably just a Lino funny. Talk about being the moment people. I'm not saying that I I I don't know if to Shawn Watson would have performed a little bit better in that wildcard game at home against the colts. But the colts happened to have a really good defense or they did last year and probably is going to be even better this year. This Shawn Watson, that's your most recent memory. And so you think like what does Shawn Watson doesn't belong in the conversation. But this John Watson haven't seen enough. I think we've seen enough from homes. Andy luck. See because I I think what you're going. Yeah. We haven't seen recent lost. You was good two years of Nutting. I think he's the only other one. I don't think there's anyone else you could go with for the next five. I'm looking at it Gandhi. Luck is it's it, and it's whether or not you believe he'll hold up. How concerned are you about that shoulder? I will go. My chilies remains the greatest quarterback I've ever seen. Aaron rock just five years for four and five is as good as Russell Wilson will be finding Aaron Rodgers has done a pretty good job in the last week. Playing for fun. What they rice says about every QB, you can't invasion a guy getting past forty more and more he necessarily I know but Tom Brady said radiate ten years ago. It was like, oh, I won't be playing. And then we saw change when he saw the end of the when he saw the finish line closer than he expected. He's oh, no forty five. Now, they are Rodgers will do that too. I don't know if Tom Brady lives breathes football. I don't think Aaron Rojas necessarily is the same way. I don't think I built the same. I will say this about Aaron Rodgers I were over thinking it'll little bit. Aaron Rodgers did a good job of managing the Mike McCarthy fallout and do they dislike each other and all that kind of stuff? The bottom line is Aaron Rodgers didn't whether or not they liked each other on a personal level and went to axes and had wings together. I don't know. But I do think that they that. He wasn't a fan of what Mike McCarthy wanted to do from an offense. Philosophy standpoint. I think Aaron Rodgers is going to be liberated this year. I bet you that team is dynamite. And I think the defense is going to be good to anyway, beware, the pack. It's actually because he just turned thirty five. So it'd be thirty five through thirty nine is what Ron going to form five years four and five to me. That's just better than Russ. I think four thousand five I think that's less celebrating Aaron Rodgers and more of a shot at Russell Wilson to take Rogers like, yeah, I'm gonna I'm gonna take the guy that is going year thirty five through thirty nine over someone who's just entering his prime has proven. He can play behind makeshift ole line. That is not good in still put up an MVP caliber season and guide a team that many picked was going to be worst in the league. I mean, there were those that thought they would have the number one overall pick and because threes back they're, you know, making everything okay? When it all breaks down. I know, but my. Hey would age aside. But by the way, you don't know that Russell Wilson the older he gets is going to still be nimble getting outside the pocket and everything else. There's there's little evidence. At a guy keeps do a frame tarkenton is the only guy I can never ceiling still running around and thing about I've never seen them. Take a clean, shot rats mats. Right. One never seen anything like it. I mean, it is. It is remarkable. It sounds like he's running out of bounds on every run. No. Is it just knows how to how to deflect contact once? It's one of the more mystifying things that I loved the point to its may whether esque like there's ever a clean shine. Colin Kaepernick was another one. He never got lit up out there. Whereas my RG three got blown up continually in that Jackson. Toward the end starring squared off a little bit. Yeah. He's no spaghetti. They've money. One name. They've left off a big name here. Who would it be five years? You get to have this Cuban I have a list here got have one. I have one. Juice. I'll add mine I'll go this just I actually would have taken Mahomes or lock but Baker Mayfield. That's the one. I was waiting for their I thought he'd been kissed in the greatness already right but want to try this. What is Hank Hank Scott? I've got one more. But again, this is only age doesn't matter. And this is both going to love me off the stage for this one. But Trevor Lawrence based on his his one season in college football last year, five years from now would I rather have him over the next five years? The next five backup quarterback. Get his clock starts. With the space time continuum you get the next five from Russell Wilson. Or you get when he lands in the NFL. Well, the thing is with that is and that that's the other conversation, obviously that we've had ad nauseam over the last couple of months as that as the Ohio State kid Dwayne Haskins moves out and now the new kid that's in there. That's apparently going to be better than doing Haskins. Was this is more evidence. We're here now QB saturation, you needn't obsess about who's gonna be our quarterback in three years. They're all in the pipeline. Better. Young talent out there at the age of fifteen or eighteen or twenty right now populating high school and college football. It's the concern about how we're going to get somebody who's halfway decent to go under center for our team. I don't think that's a concern that it will be had five years from now a decade from now. Everybody already just about has QB beside your team, your former team your. You're. Pause. I'll have to next year. But right travel. That's right. But I would assume based on what they've done with that roster DC case keenum, and that's going to go, right? But I'm gonna saw so everybody's going to have a halfway decent. QB? Baker Mayfield, though is an interesting one spaghetti which of these names if they have a good year this year will be in that luck Mahomes. Russell Wilson grew. Baker Mayfield them off darnold wends Cuyler Jimmy G or Cam Newton or any of those guys. Would you want in the next five years? I know no bigger supporter of the deeds of Cam Newton. I always say he lasts one more year. Now, I think he's done nine years or maybe eight whatever it is. If he just makes it to ten if he makes the magic number at ten he's definitely going to the hall of fame, and I love when people argue with me about that. But he is. I think he is not going to the hall of fame. I think he needs to. I mean, I love him as well. But I think he needs to have a season. Like, he had whatever it is. Why can't throw thirty eight interceptions in a season or anything? But I'm saying if he basically toes the line that he's established in the first eight or nine years of his career. He's he's going to the hall of fame. It will be impossible to look back five years after he hangs it up and see his rushing numbers and his down and the team success under him. The like him the more that that Russell Wilson's. And and to show him what since come through, and who will putting up those type of numbers. He's five years after he's retired his numbers might know purpose. Like the closest thing the closest thing to Cam Newton would have been. I two thirds of John Elway's career. I think that's the best Steve copy can make. But as TV out Steve Young was too slight. He doesn't hold up. Those guys always a big, dude. He but KM new way like talking about just the rushing talking about the ability to I'm talking about the ability to not shy. These are big fellas that had rocket arms, and you know, could could burn you on third and eleven and break your heart is a defense. That's a tough one. I'm just thinking of the voting panel. That's kind of where I don't. I don't I think you're right. I mean someone who who played quarterback different than anybody else. Change the position and was to me just you talk to defensive coordinators had the game plan against him there. Like, it was a nightmare complete nightmare to try to figure out what we were going to do going into a game against that guy. And I think that's your hall of fame resume, right your credentials. I'm just thinking of that guy, by the way. It's now that I've interception. I didn't. I didn't calculate it. But that's exactly right. That's exactly the knocks. You would put against John Elway is well you had to do he had to pull off all those fourth-quarter rallies because he put his team behind the eight ball with lousy picks along the way and the gun, slinging. And all that. And yeah, okay. Still winning more than he's losing. And he's still taking his team to the playoffs most years. And when he gets there he had the one magic again fifteen in one. But anyway, the conversation is not about Cam. And I wouldn't take him going forward because of the health concerns, I wouldn't roll the dice on that at this point. But but obviously my big Jimmy Russell Wilson will be one of the three best quarterbacks in the league over the next five years. I believe in every single year. Right. I think you would say man that guy's in MVP. I think he is in the MVP conversation every single year for the next five years. So who's the guy that gets the next contract that will knock him off the number one list because Mahomes is probably too. Threes getting his someone fake name coming up is off and the. Once. Gough is getting it. And I don't think went probably getting barring because they're going to get this year. It's different because Russell was a third round pick. But they're going to get the contract that Russell got. That's why you know, it's hard to fault. Go all you should be taken less to help the team. And it's like, no, it's just his first big one the last one he got was I don't know what it was like eighty million bucks a lot of money. But it was like thirty million guaranteed eighty million. This is first big contract. So I think for off and Wentz that that'll be the time line there on it's like, no, no, no. This is the way this works. You get this one. And then you get the big succumbs contract token Cam is up and one. So he he an Andrew luck in twenty two. There you go. I think that my one of those two I guess is going to get a deal in the next eighteen months that could they would probably be the Andrew contract. Well, by the way. Something else that occurs to me. And by the way that we could later in the week. We have lands airline coming in here draft. Guru one of many draft gurus around these parts, and he's going to this question. We got asked him, but I'll ask it to you. Now, unless everybody has misread the situation or the vast majority of people who do it for a living in assessing QB's when it was paid versus Ryan leaf. There was some buzz for leaf, but by the end of it. It was pretty clear cut. I think three out of four people at a said and ride over Ryan leaf at least same thing. Jamieson mario. And I feel like everybody settled on James says the batter, and that's I guess that's been kind of a wash Andrew luck versus RG three everybody settled an unlucky. And that worked out everybody decided that that last year. Baker Mayfield was the clear cut guy. And then at the last minute Baker snuck in there, Donald Sam darnold bakery. Everybody was saying, and then Baker snuck in there and did the Browns do the right thing that they just blow this, and it looks like they they were ingenious so far. But isn't Baker Mayfield. The x factor. I'm Sam darnold. Baker isn't Sam darnold. The x factor here isn't he if unless all the scouts were wrong, and he is in dynamite. Generational good. Shouldn't the jets be scary team in one thousand nine hundred with the coach? No, boy, you're still bitter bitter. He showed his he showed his true character. The guy is not the offense of genius that he set himself up to be because he coached Peyton Manning. All right. I don't I don't want to hold anybody up any longer. Let's talk about a couple of things quickly here. First of all the great success the debut last week. And if you guys are up for it. I would love for you to do another one on the second podcast this week. I'm talking, of course, about Eddie spaghetti and handsome Hanks launch of thick cast the thickness of because. The in front of it if they want if they want to search for right now we want. You're the expert. You're the king maker well to thick cast the thick cast as as just for now is is going to be at the back end of p. But I imagine in short order that it will. We'll get picked up by one of the networks. I would think so. Yeah, I would brief synopsis for those listening that are interested in all about it's all about food. Food. Heavy. How to keep them? Keep thick. It's a food podcast. Yeah. Yeah. Lucy speaking food lifestyle culture, I'd like to give you guys a gift as a matter of fact, we've had a lot of fun with. Ross Jeff Schwartz, and Sean O'Hare and Baldy doing the food blocks. We get sizable offensive lineman guys to weigh in on something they know about food. You can you can take the food block if okay if you want the food block, you can have it breath need it, honestly. But I don't think you'll need it just mix in in some like, you know. Doing super sets and hammer strength. And this is how is all about. I've been trying I've been I've been trying to the dodgers game last night did not touch any adult beverages. No, no wieners. Like nothing. Like that. I just walked the stairs. Right. You just walked from. Yeah. No escalate you'll be able to top of the building. Spaghetti? What are you trying to? Do course, you gotta eat the Weiner balance. Confused by this cast. It's very strange. I encourage you to go back and listen to the debut last week, and perhaps we'll have episode number two. Speaking of sitting in between episodes one and two quickly any thoughts that you need to share? What you think's going to happen going forward? Here. We began our game of thrones conversation, by the way shout out to Chris long who for his. Yeah. Yeah. Writing best lean on on the platform magazine digital foot for a decade or so good for him. But upset a lot of people. To tell you either way. Right. Any thoughts on what we saw you expect some some blood and guts in episode to here. Yeah. Sure. They gave with. I guess at this point. I seasons things moved along relatively slow pace. But there was always like that one setup episode at the beginning of a season to tell you his wherever on is set expectations. What we've now got to this dichotomy of we're going to slowly tell you everything that's happening. But also people are able to move around the world pretend world an incredible. I don't care for a year on leaving at the end in the finale of last season world is just by the way that they're moving around west arrose site. So maybe it's a tiny globe tiny. Whoa. And it's like a pin? Supercontinent on a tiny bulb. So maybe maybe in earth perspective that. I think that's the way I'm conditioned to think, but I think of it as the Mediterranean, basically, like the Mediterranean is what splits these these countries launched CBS said exactly that he said, it wouldn't take eight weeks. How long would it take you to go to Iraq and back weeks that makes that makes that took you eight weeks, you got lost as my boss told us when he insisted we talk about it on our radio show. I know it's a period piece, and you guys don't want to deal with that. I know they don't have. Cheese fantasy boss. It's not a period. To as many. Means. We'll talk about it. But. Dark ages bronze age, what are we what are we going for here? But and I think a lot of people kind of in their minds. I that's sort of what they're envisioning the future six minutes who said that. I don't remember which character they said it's loosely based on the war of the roses. So I guess that does line up that spirit base would be money. Let's go around who have state you die because people are going to start dying here. I'm surprised it was not a single death in tell you what's going to be like. Him who's going to be the one? And there's a decent chance that anybody saying is going to fall under the axe. Are is doc, really? She's she's she's go. Yeah. And she's probably going to die. Who's the eunuch? What if she turns bad on the unit like that? Gay guy vary ferries, dude. Wait a second. What of our yet turns bad? What if she turns into Walker if she turns on me, and it's her and John snow and the addle with a needle, why does say no to that context. Clues. They're building gantries building her new checks a new super weapon. Oh, that's right. Hold on. Let me get the Twitter here. Quick. She has the what? So I couldn't. Why dragging glass harpoon? She's not going to be well on she's not gonna she's she's go around. She's going down on the good side much like much like Dink ledge Tyrian, right? You think you're so clever? They're setting you up. That's what they're doing. Like, oh, she's going to have this sweet weapon while maybe she gets drunk and it fires and just shoots. Simple-minded? Hypothesis is is that teary and can't win. He has the die because it's too similar to the hobbit and Lord of the rings. He's definitely not going to win. But he his his position is he's not going to be the guy that sitting on the throne always always going to be the helpless and someone who is that's what he's done the whole through. There's no reason to the mother of dragons after die. She wait. Here we go. This is where I'm going to interject with Edward l Murphy tweet because this is my favorite one. I need to know more about Sarah sees pregnancy aria super weapon, and when they do a full reveal that John will have to kill Danny. That's that's where he's going. Episode. I want to explain why this has to happen as soon as episode with a six episode season that going to be killing off ninety four to six is where you're going to have the John verse Danny theory, then presumes that the white wokers who've been set up since episode one like this is the ultimate beast. They're going to be wiped out by three. Devotion and full through six by the beginning of four. It'll be like the aftermath of the balance. That's going to be the way it goes. Because they're going to show you the ultimate the real story is like the game of thrones. Like the throne, and sir she and she has the golden company down in king's landing, and is going to be a battle in the Trident where radar Garin died the final what any of this means. About significant. They're going to have about tried. And I don't even know it's an area where Roberts. Learn about how to hang body parts in that manner to episode one was didn't that what they found on the ground? Children are the forest thing. It's like their children to forest the one they're the ones who created the Nike. Did they do that? I I'm not sure of the it was an accident king the guy with the blue eyes. Just making sure you can make money, but I don't know handsome, and I legitimately struggle with what's going to. I'm not kidding. Like, I saw that wacky thing that serial killer looking spiral, and he says children of the forest. I'm like, wait a minute. I thought it was designed by now is that was intertwined in a way the children of ours were around with the first men were around the first man, the guy who's I king is probably a stark and original stark from way back. Here's created him. Here's my real prediction because it's all about how brain gets into the head of people. He must inhabit the night king to be defeated. And so he will do that. But he can't leave the night king. I don't know the properties of when he is in somebody's head. But if if the person who's head he's in dies does he? That's people do think that he's connected to the Nike in some way. Because of the stark binding. Hill brands in his head and he will make himself. He'll sacrifice himself like kanobi on the original death star. He'll just lower. It'll just lowers blade. You strike me down. Now. Get the larger point Nike is going to have a thing. And then he'll die and John snow will win that he killed his Bresson this what might happen. I wanted to ask eighty something that did happen. I know it's a period piece Atlanta. Lancaster, become like, a jet black haired weirdo looking showed up showed up, and he looks at brand. And he's like, I know that kid shove them out the window when I was having sexual relations with my sister. And I know you do even though you got that whacky black hair. Now, he was a blonde. I wonder what are they doing crushing up charcoal here? Didn't he have like had to escape from from Sassi's lot because he essentially is a traitor and make his ways wearing that hood over his head. He didn't want to be a blonde. Yeah. But the black hair, Dave damasec ways, you die. You ahead. David. What they're staying. Why you say that look at my hair? Clearly, I am vain enough that I that. I that I fill in my flesh yarmulke on the back of my head just the back to that. Why wouldn't I would I die my hair? And then lied about it look at me look at look at exactly what the head. Mike temples? There's gray gray that a little bit of gray saw talk about vapid cynicism. The just weird is here. That's. Everybody we've seen almost everybody exposed as at best amoral except for Jon snow, and that's a bad thing. Usually, that's that was the messiah dies long established rule that if you are a person of honor, you cannot win by definition except that it does kind of come full circle of Ned dies in aria. It's got to be there are ear. John snow? It's gonna sit on the throne even. Can win can be mother dragons it can be our Jesus figure out. Only some people that eligible is like talking about teams that could make the playoffs teams that could win the Super Bowl. The kings baby back guy because he's not sleep. So this sister, and he pushed brand out of the night king. Kings a possibility. Possibility. Win this. What is unless unless the producer sat around and said, you wanna give a real dark? Message society in the twenty twenty-first. Your lesser angels. This is where we're going to wind up now pay attention world don't wind up like the seven kingdoms. That's. Ask and like the dragons, just go rogue, just burn everything burns. And they just kinda fly off like that was pretty sweet I everyone dying and the answer at the end is like his empty throne who's going to win. It could be just the guy find it spaghetti your theory is that the whole thing gets burned burned down by the wildfire underneath a city. That's one hundred gonna happen. I think that's kind of right? I think you're halfway home. Handsome the night. King will chaos will rule house. House. Optimistic. The trouble that this is caused let's wash it all away and start fresh together. I don't think that's how it'll be Nike zombie that south. He's going to he's going to die in the battle. I just. Disappear. Three the three. I mean, it's an eighty minute episode. Jane, this everything Jamie's going to kill him. He's our brand age. Kill the nineteen the king slayer. I want to end it's coming full circle. King slurry stabbed the first mad king in the back is going to kill the night. King dragon that shoots lasers out of its is. I think James going to die by Muslims do it. And then are is going to have to take his face. And then she's gonna kill say, Jamie. I one aria to kill us. That is the one that we need to happen. I'm going to blow up with the wildfires. She's going to get her heart cut sheets to have she needs to die baby. You'll get carved out of her stomach that was just planted Ronin or something or maybe. Maybe the mean dragon will kill her. Mattress side. I would just kill whatever. Yeah side. And then the other two dragons who we know are on team Danny will kill her kill the dragon for being mean. Mom, maybe what's his name. Great joy. Lackey, great joy. The man you're on. Who's been his being? Entertaining king. I kind of like that guy year on. Yeah. Unpredictable. As entertaining is theon is his brother. Correct. And is a third a third brother to cousin Viteri on the show son brother or nephew cousin now, they're all. They're all going to happen. All this brothers. You're on. Brother. They're all brothers. But he was banished. He was raised by the Starks. I thought he's. The end. Yara his sister. She's theon sisters on sisters. I think you may need to talk. They when they were sitting out when she was tied. I said, okay. If I grade this portion of the damage podcast, Eddie. I give it a d. One more them for damn confusing. One more one more the mountain. Here's another predict size out. We're going to be the king. Okay. I agree with that. I think that I think that the mountain or sell eager to see the hound kill his brother. But we're not going to get to see that. It's going to be the mountain killing the hound. But are you will kill them out? No. You know, he's going to kill him. I told you the big lady Bryn big lady, I think her full arc is that she she'll become the queen's guard after it's over on the throne or whatever. Slipped that one in there. By the way, back to where we started this whole mess. I do think that some percentage of these people are going to become dead people. They're going to come become mean and get the blue eyes. Got to be maybe like torment Barrick. Maybe somebody's spent. I don't it's not gonna be that big those were I would say torment is the red guy, and Eric Baruch is the flaming sword. I really hope Thomann gets his. I like him very much like that, dude. That flaming sword things. Patch no less, and he's got these. Just. Money level. He's got some voice that do for him to come in here. And you do a great job as our brands geddy by just wish you could sound like that guy. When you do it always see that brianna of toss that would make it seeing a little bit. He can die just come right back to life as the deal was his last time. Oh because he doesn't have his magician. He brought through. Yeah. Magician revive this show would be great. If Johnson even better. He said that if he does it again, he's like totally done the hundred times or cat. Yeah. Number nine. All right. I still like him. And I hate cats. I like that guy. As well. A lot of people don't like golfie. Don't it's interesting because you like anything sport. Yeah. Cricket and the like, the only thing you like from your homeland, cricket Crump chocolates. And chris. Crisps potato chips crisps too. All right. Listen, I think we've covered it all. Oh, well, we didn't get to is spaghetti on his famous outline rundowns here did list right near the top their NFL schedule. Release on Wednesday. Does it matter? I just think people would just do predictions too early. And ultimately like we don't know until logistically does for me that would like to know where I'm going. Oh, yeah. That's right travel. Yeah. I can tell you one of you can do, you know, the week, the, you know, the schedule ready the week, we're going to Mexico City head of international because of what will I celebrate out of Mexico City right fortunate enough to celebrate thanksgiving evening in Mexico City with the Kansas City Chiefs that would be something and lot always looking at it right now, we're finding out about that about that. Did not see that combat. That's exciting. That is very exciting. Let me see. I'm not gonna read it. It is. You're blabbermouth not told it doesn't go. Blabbermouth? I knew I recognize. Mouth. Peci let your mate he's got. So little, you know, enough about that city where you can take us out. We'll go get some good stuff there. Good. I hear great things about Mexico City. I do too great job by brand AK spaghetti out for past. Out of here. Instead of the courtyard by getting never leaves. There for the next theory because at least just making a creep us all out staring at us judging Matt money Smith. The course check them out the greatest radio show in the land. Iheartradio is the home for Petros and money and handsome, Hank will look forward to your schedule. I'll look forward to it with the rest of the world. Apparently only money gets the Mexcio. They make you go. All right. We'll be back with Lancer line. And I believe a keep to Leib later be on the lookout for that as well. As the thick cast will be a part of our second podcast. In the meantime, thanks to go over there. We'll see you there next week Nashville Tennessee in the meantime, thanks so much football fans. It's been a thin slice.

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The Hot Sauce Episode With David Jacoby and Donnie Kwak | House of Carbs

House of Carbs

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The Hot Sauce Episode With David Jacoby and Donnie Kwak | House of Carbs

"Ingredients like unsweetened fruits whole nuts spices and sometimes delicious chocolate chips Barabara is simple delicious and ease culinary comrades this episode of House of cards brought to us by our friends at Lara Bar made with just a handful of real our individual experiences with hot sauce from our walks of life as always we intend this to be a belly sourcing the taste bud concept of hot sauce but even though I am calling them experts this podcast is not intended my taste buds to brought to us by vital farms cage free eggs it sure sounds nice but did you know carton at the grocery store visit vital farms dot com slash coupon for a special discount a surprise show we have for you today it was brought to my attention at a breakfast this week in North Carolina pulled together two gentlemen that I have a deep and abiding respect for and both of whom have impeccable pallets David Jacoby by the hungry people on the ring podcast network I am you're hungry host Joe House my culinary comrades what the hands are pasture raise with at least one hundred and eight square feet per head and outdoor access all who was at complex for the creation of the saw Shaun Evans hot ones show to experts on the we from ESPN's Jalen and Jacoby who has covered hot sauce on that show a number of times and then of course the ringers own Donnie Kwok they can be for another delicious episode of House of cards the Food Podcast for the hungry people there cage free hen only gets about one square foot of space at vital farms on the other hand all chip cookie dough lemon bar and peanut butter chocolate chip layer bars shirk to fight off hunger and satisfy your sweet tooth purport to be the positive case on hot sauce no no no this is just a few taste buds a few hungry homeys coming together to talk about Bard Dot com to find your favorite Larry Bar food mate from today's episode Awesome Lina that we have not on this show tackled the crucial elemental topic of hot sauce. So I have a tune ity we want to hear from all of you my taste buds out there about your own hot sauce experiences what you have in your cupboards ear route those are happy healthy Hans vital farms pasture raised bullshit pre look for them in the black lab is available nationwide at your local grocery store target Walmart or on Amazon Dot Com explore all their fun flavors Mike Von Erich Comrades you portion bits rule beloved friends of ours we're all here what's in your fridge let's get in that belly with David Jacoby and start talking some hot sauce and I taste buds I have been eating with his gentleman audio and video content including a certain show that was developed in the summer of two thousand and eleven they are all over ten years now he has been with ESPN for at least that long as a commentator as a coordinating producer he was at Espn grantland where that website was created and he was creating and producing all of great lands it was originally a podcast and turn into a youtube show and then became a national ESPN radio show right now it is mega super duper hit on ESPN two of course I'm talking about Jalen and Jacoby and of course on express any of that you know slight qualm is because we've probably had sixty meals together all over these often I did forty seconds ago dude I can't believe I've had this food podcast for two and a half years now and this is your first Sirius' the the couple segments that you and Jalen have done together under the the the cultural or regional segment that Casto Jakob's so I was inspired to invite you because I recall it as I was thinking about how my hot sauce L. Simmons in a car driving to Las Vegas and we stopped at Emma Jeans Holland Burger and we all sat down and had a this this unbelievable the line right now is not other than David Jacoby oh how what kind of feel better about myself our own experiences and then we're going to belly source for everybody everybody just chime in if you got a hot sauce experience you have a hot sauce recommendation you want house or Jacoby appearance but I will say we we pick the right topic to have you on here though you know what I'm saying absolutely and I always GonNa Philosophy House I don't I can't tell and I was surprised to see them but you know that's a nice segue I needed somebody of your stature of your credentials to come on credit this is the the very original the first house eats broadcast was a you with a hand held and me and the United States we could do some epic Riefenstahl's about some of the meals that we've had and the place search and it really got this franchise going so thank you for that I believe there's some poblano peppers on the cheeseburgers if I remember correctly that's that's why I get it wrong but I understand the point that you're making I was in North Carolina yesterday in fact that was the inspiration for this podcast I put a bunch of Texas Pete all over Texas take on we're here for it we are here for Varsity visual I mean you know th the victory will varsity is out there they're listening this is a participatory Google House each the most successful franchise I've ever created my twenty years producing television that was me burying the lead I want I wanted to give I'm traveling you know like we haven't seen a friend a long time and you start feeling guilty about it's like you know what all I have is the moment now I'm just happy to be here now that's exactly the way I feel the only reason now I t I explained all the hung hom he's in the intro were not trying to conquer the hot sauce universe here this is just a couple taste buds getting together to talk about we'll meal together that you captured in in in memorial I mean for forever it's time forever it exists hot sauce all over a beautiful medium that I was eating and I happen to be dining with the homie Adam rappaport from bone apetite is like house weightman it's not that simple though what we do is we explore the grey areas there are certain things that are cultural certain things are regional and turn things we're not sure of can you give us a quick explainer of culture or regional Oh of course I'm not sure if everybody knows Jalen rose a black man out for example run a food podcast grits are grits. It doesn't really take explanation example I asked you Joe House are grits frigerator little did I know there is a large slice of the population dare I say a majority of the population that doesn't many times many different ways yes let's let's talk about a little bit about some of the territory you've covered because I think it's instructive for all of our culinary comrades your cultural or regional Installments you guys have taken on the hot sauce genre a couple of different pants a couple of different ways right I I'm not an academic when it comes to these things especially hot sauce I just have passion for hot sauce but in my experience hotshots has always always been kept Detroit regional I think their cultural see I think regional like in the northeast there's no grit expense in the refrigerator it's just where I put it it's just where blows specifically the door of the refrigerator. US savage if you put it anywhere but the door of the cultural or regional now. I don't pretend I don't pretend to have anyone else's life experience except for my own to draw from so it's like France but if you go to like you know Louisiana you're GonNa get grits and you're gonNA see every every ethnicity background color is out there to sort of hear some of the territory that you've covered so let's begin with with go ahead sometimes you have a simple question I think that's right I mean the by answer to that question is the hot sauces in my fridge nevertheless long enough to be in danger of perishing insides of people eating them but those are the best questions the best questions are the ones that you're not sure if they're truly cultural or regional yeah now when I think about the and I I have I have like eight to twelve right now and in fact let me let let let's go ahead and go in that direction how many are in your fridge right the second don't really realize that what you're doing is is invigorating passion within the audience and one of those was the question keeping hot sauce in the fridge not and ask for them to have hot sauce or this hot sauce on the table it is never refrigerated what ask for Texas Pete what I said could I please have some hot sauce and this fine young lady from down there in Pinehurst North Carolina walked over she was it was a warm bottle Texas Pete and it did not that I greatly enjoy so for for the taste buzz that might not be familiar with a cultural regional as it's presented on on the Jalen Jacoby show can we but here's the thing that we know in our experiences Jacoby experienced eating together in our own unique eating experiences across this great nation of ours when you go into a restaurant so I'm right there with you on on eggs you know Eggs require hot sauce because eggs always have potatoes alongside them in some fashion or format has I'm I'm very specific about matching my hot sauce to different ethnicity or regional origins of my the presence of Cheesy grits. Now you know the democratization of the American Palate cheesy grits you can be the global word word exactly so you don't realize it's GONNA strike a nerve with the thousands of people that listen you know what I mean like you're just thinking just talking to stealing up four minutes of airtime in between segments what's the question again I'm not a hot sauce. Academic is hot sauce perishable if it's not refrigerated I don't know the answer to that there's you must have hot sauce I I live by that requirement as well but let's go back row what is the driving animists behind your ooh like I won't I won't put Saracho on Upper Reto and I will put tap Petillo on Friday that's interesting to me so I guess my question is why because I'll have the opportunity on this podcast too it's born out of the restaurant experience where I just associate this food with that flavor and I don't want not do that when I'm at my own home six probably six six okay and what what what kind of flavors are we talking what what what territory are we on everything and for me I need enough variety of hot sauce available to me that's why have eight Mike Guess would be this I'd say no in the short term but like don't don't leave about over two years it expected to still be tasty in culinary experience they will have some version of Texas Pete Crystal Louisiana you know of that vein so for me for a very kind of narrow requirements when it comes to request a sauce and the food what is that all about my friend great question and I can tell you the story of this it's restaurant experiences like shout to my Chinese girlfriend in College Susan Lee bigshots I will apply as the mood strikes on whatever protein or starch I have rolling and it all depends on like doc refrigerate their hot sauce Joseph House refrigerator hot sauce of course I do I I I'm from that same walk of life as you or you know maybe even like Louisiana kind of vibe and then I have a whole Mexican line that's a little bit distinct from the from the cayenne vinegar line and ziprecruiter dot com slash arms ziprecruiter sends your job to over one hundred of the web's around a home fries whatever you wanNA call it sometimes French fries even and that combination of the starch plus the egg and then whatever is with the eggs Berg like nineteen seventy five years like I was early in on Saracho but that's where it would be would be at that restaurant so eating with that food likewise the tax as an answer though I liked about not knowing the answer doesn't mean I won't answer the question I mean the talking for living like I don't know chop it up a little bit with our mutual love child dotty Kwok And and I share you know I like hot sauce physicals status like how do I feel what mood on my in what am I doing after this like all of the variables of life go into my choice of sauce eating job boards but they don't stop there if powerful matching technology ziprecruiter scans thousands of resumes by people with the it through the site within the first day and right now house of cards listeners can try ziprecruiter for free at this Chili Pepper Chili paste the kind of fall into kind of an Asian profile. That's your Saracho Tombaugh Olek you're you're twelve so I have some from the from the Cayenne segment I have cayenne based Cayenne and vinegar based I have some like that are kind of like bring with six in your face right now you may know this about me but I'm sure that you're you know the people listen to house carbs the greatest podcast and the planet may not is I am there's a huge gap between that and my preference for like my number two preference huge gap quick break by taste buds rice and peas and jerk chicken that's when I go with the Scotch Bonnet Pepper Potts off and if I have an option to do that I will and it's and then crest ziprecruiter dot com slash carbs that's ziprecruiter dot com slash C. A. R. S. ziprecuiter hiring used to be hard both will jobsites tax resumes confusing review process but today hiring cab easy and you only have to go to one place to get it done dot com slash Iheart ziprecruiter the smartest way to hire let me ask you this though what what is what was what's keeping you from your Setiawan Chid a chilly Chris Go John I have Scotch Bonnet based stuff that can fit kind of a a Caribbean sure I mean and I can text message you like when you're eating a protein that's been prepared simply let's let's talk about steak the podcast like a psychology podcast getting ahead shrunk right now because they answer your question whatever I say makes no logical sense from grind you know having a nice you know take a great big pound and a half of of eighty twenty ground beef because you want it has to be eighty twenty you need the fat parts of Saracho in there why does it have to be off the Mexican flavor profile see no this went from like a food ask the question why not it's really because I'm just so stuck in my ways but that doesn't mean I'm not GonNa try it in the future report back to you Joe House via text message taken and I and and you know I'll put pretty much anything on eggs you know and also I will not eat eggs without huts off doesn't happen unless not bailable life experiences because in my home there was a bottle of a one if not two in the same refrigerator door for any kind of ground beef that you want for for a burger for for tacos and you're not all that together why can't use a squeeze to score what he that's a lot of hot sauce I said what do you want me to do I like hot sauce presided so he here here we are this is the inspiration I was very excited so in with this is how I like it even though I've never tried anything else like basically being a fool like an idiot not open to new experiences that's what we're going to get to if you keep asking questions of that base not oh sauce they don't have to you available in other places aside from places where they serve Mexican food and if you if you have a true like southern right experience and then invites them to plot your jobs ziprecruiter is so effective that four out of five fours post on Ziprecruiter get a quality like the community I just I just don't speak that language now again any any port in a storm you know what I mean like if you weren't able to you like Joe House I mean even better questions like have you even tried that in the answer is no like it just it just like being stubborn stuck in your ways this is how see to bring wherever life takes you with more than twenty flavor options all inspired by delicious desserts like Cherry Pie Chocolate L. means like I I will break whatever rules created my lifetime because hot sauce is a necessity in any hot sauce hot sauce for the most part but like my wife is Jamaican him but she makes work compartments so win steak was served there was a one on the table now I'm GonNa say someone's GonNa just infuriate ninety nine percent of the people listen to podcast is if I had my druthers when I was at the nicest steakhouse in the land I would have a pool of a one next to that stick whatever it is restroom when I get to that like seventh eighth ninth by and I'm just kind of looking for a little switch up like you know everyone needs to pitches Mariano Rivera you know what I mean I like I like to sauce with a stake not that I've not tried it but I prefer and again I think this is what we're getting to hear as you break down in the Freudian style really just about like mix it up look Greg Maddux style with couldn't Dick I couldn't agree with you more you're absolutely right having established that why why do you think you wouldn't during those things at night either when they clean up their league leading the table tops right there they're leaving them right there might pick it up to wipe underneath it maybe but they're leaving it right there so do you like sauce with steak do you like to put are you somebody that will do a sauce with a stake oh well let me I cannot do another tip is sometimes they'll put a little catch in there too with the hot sauce while I'm making the Tacos with the Taco mix but but yeah but like I D D I WanNa go oh but it's a good question it's just like I like you know what I should probably try that I believe she's taking me to be an AMIS place whereas I exposed to Saracho the traditional chicken on the bottle Saracho nineteen ninety seven way before school living and believes no matter how the matter what like I had my druthers but if you ask if I'm a sauce on steak person I will go to a nice place how always order some sort of accompanying sauce not to be drizzled all over the beautiful cut of beef but I'll have a couple of bites plane but I always like to different a little pepper corn or have a little more you wouldn't accept something that had a little bit of heat to it what if it was an a one with vinegar black black pepper kind of you know addition you can elevate now I you don't you're not a guy that likes to have his head blown off you you don't try and you know jump on the four times I have no interest in that don't you dare try this experience like just none whatsoever but to your to your point is in my steak eating experiences there's actually possible thing off I mean in my experience I'm I'm also I should've never ever ever done this podcast hungry Kurt while I eat and that's like when someone asked for wings and there's like you know like mild medium hot inferno and like don't you dare try this think I I agree and and and in that vein I'm GonNa help you experience new things when I text you some of the ways that you can take hot sauce and apply it there's definitely some chili oil or it's not true hot sauce Chili peppers some Chili Flake there is some kicking I remember even liking that more than once off one bartender at the palm and downtown La there's this like there's fitness recipe that's been passed down where if you ask for a one which I may have done L. probably use twenty percent of what you bring me sorry earth but I liked to have like I said like oh I'm I'm very much Greg Maddux with my bike I want to switch it up experience now as I chew so and then I bring that up to to bring it full circle the hot sauce because it goes with most things not with what foods that are not in the in the lane that they originated in the six sauces in your fridge right right now what are they look I just want to hear what what you got look at that point grey point and so you you essentially I in a way our sussing your stake it just happens to be and you know a lot of the if you go to a steakhouse that offers sauces two or three of them are kind of have have a wine element to them so red wine and and one of the moves I'd like to do is either drink the wine immediately after swallowing steak or steak a little bit then sip some wine and mix did you see the course of course I thought maybe alone in this I'm not learned loaded a lot of things recently I don't think you're alone in this one the wine pairing is important to me you know like even if I have like a cocktail before the state gets their absolute must have having a wine with the state up is I don't I I'm not a a culinary Saito masochist you know what I mean I do not enjoy pain I do not I don't want once they mix their own yeah and he just mix and they do it right in front of you and I don't remember the ingredients but they do it right in front of you definitely has a kick serving at least one thing I do want to bring up about why don't truly hot sauce and I'm talking about at a restaurant I like a steak house is the Oh wow you're really putting me on the spot I mean first of all we have we go crystal down the Middle One and of course we've got Saracho dairy go like a straight yes light sharpness because a steak depending on the cut of meat you can be like rich like almost overwhelming this particular pulled pork sandwich it was fantastic and they discontinued it but you can order it online so like once a year out of Bangor Maine Todd Salsa you know resurrected the inner beauty and I've never had it but listen to with with the wine that you've chosen I that's not exactly that's crazy talk the steak and then mid chew sips some wine Nice to you yes like I took a chili paste you know what I mean it's like it's like oily ties style yes Gosh Scotch Bonnet pepper based hot sauce. It's it's my go-to kind of like Caribbean hot sauce but for some reason paired with the was it and there's this one hot sauce they make in Cambridge Massachusetts that is my hands down my favorite hot sauce in the world and it is called inner beauty hotson really rich so it's sorta like a slightly acrid kind of bite to go along with it comes from the sauce to go along cut the richness richness a little bit it lets you the to the to the to the recipe here you've got mustard molasses chardonnay wine honey have a narrow peppers and a whole slew of tropical fruit juices with your pulled pork Jacoby I mean hot sauce in the world that again is from my childhood my dad and my brother and I used to walk this place called Jacob Barbecue get pulled pork sandwiches in Cambridge Massachusetts creative you're willing to be how adventurous you willing to be elevating you know the fatty protein of barbecue with something that has on top of barbecue then like Brown sugary like vinegar flavor that makes sense of course you again you have given yourself credit for how vinegar plays with especially with the Carolina Barbecue style so that can apply all the way across the board I have one last question I mean what what you're talking about there is two different walks of life coming together don't sell yourself short my homie this is me with so much joy and if you could buy stock in the future of human beings career in sports media I would own all of the yeah obviously go together I mean and also like I'm not against ordering more than one like auto because I come on the side so the whole variety and hasn't been a full two years you're you're you're in change because yeah yeah okay on your East Coast Your New New York. ESPN person with yes pin. 'cause I know me if I was there but but I'm not saying yes I'm not going to be the six but like the fifth and final that come top of my head is my favorite I mean obviously we're going to go second favorite person to eat with because Jalen rose number one and I've got Ryan through so obvious it's so obvious to me it's so obvious to me a a beautiful unexpected the next you've made you have cross pollinate I I I'm living hypocrisy I sent my rules and occasionally what are you pulling out of your your backpack what's coming out of the Jacobi backpack I interviewed him bottles are too big but they're breakable but I'd probably break them and I and Cross pollinate with this particular dish but like I will also hot hot sauce take have is when I get barbecues family other than jail because I don't I don't want to permit him to be the answer who's your favorite person to eat with at ESPN whatever you see whatever glimpse of joy and personality and charisma you see on the screen it's tenfold off the screen and he is just a delight and you'll know even older couple of helmets in the morning I'm so happy to hear this it is a rarity in this day and age where you know you develop a relationship with visit personality and they're all these attributes that that you kind of to them in your own yes that's right and is a heating element and sharpness to it and all that that's food forward thinking Jacoby give yourself some but I'm not talking about deadly out of it before I know you gotta go Grit in your time in this current iteration you've you move from Los Angeles back to New York be back as at two years now Dallas Cowboy Down Tackle Media Star on the rise the best hang in the world marcus spears there's also something about having like a three hundred pound friend the all of barbecue sauce you want in the world on that but it's just become sort of like slow too sweet for my taste of course there's different types of barbecue sauce understand but I prefer more kick you I like a little barbecue sauce but even more hot sauce whether it's a brisket or pull chicken or pulled pork like you can douse it like this weird package and it'll be my dad sending bottle of inner beauty to re up with I am today with this it's Todd's inner beauty now they are they are making it out of Marcus Spears stock they're happy that makes again I love both of them but I'm talking about Baton Rouge Zone Lsu Tiger David Jacoby you could see every day of the week on Jalen and Jacoby on ESPN two in the afternoon they repeated at night that's when I catch it thank you for coming on Today Square much studio is all right so that that's where we're doing I'm coming up this fall we're going out the three of us are going to sit down and I hi spice tolerance in my palate which is you know God gave his town I saw it if if if you are role and beyond say makes greeting so good you know what I mean it's not big I'm six three and he's younger I can jump on his back while he's faced the other way and he'll support me not only is this my favorite second favorite and eat with my second favorite man to talk to my second favorite man to walk in the office and just lock eyes with he feels is also bar why you WANNA call it which is none other than friend of the podcast David Chang Yeah Yeah Yeah Jay's places right there that's where you're at do they have like the kind of like darker red bottle on the table and then like read one in the red one supposed to be hot I don't that's not enough kick yeah you know what I mean like you need to you need to get your vending machine in our area there's a John George restaurant in the same building and George restaurant there's a Malibu farm and hungriest homey one quick thing please I love you Joe House I love you to David Jacoby I love you too nephew kyle thanks it was I mean he he's he's an og though where where the three of us going to eat where the three good neat is there a commissary at espn we uh-huh crystal their francs oh so a Cayenne based I like that yeah well that makes sense right because of the vinegar we all know that that that the role of yeah that's right that would be the most convenient place I'm not saying these are the best restaurants in New York City I'm saying these are the best restaurants are literally within thirty hearts of essentials like they're cotton crew t-shirt or exactly what they should be versatile simple stylish and made from quality material eighty yeah it is a huge economy on that I cannot recommend todd's and everybody any higher it's so delicious about their real costs and every step in their process from the materials they use to the ethical factories they work with not to mention I believe this man can put it down to the table I don't know if you believe that or not but a little bit you can buy to make whatever lane you never overpay for quality clothes ever lane only makes premium essential nick thank Luke I mean I'm I'm down here in the DMV so you you guys will get in the way of your relationship and I will tell you one thing that's going to be in my backpack todd's interview now I don't I don't I don't get that delight to often with friends in my life Yup sure you've seen him on TV get up and I take but like Whatever v Neck t shirt underneath of a nice zipper pull up because it's cold outside and I didn't know today was ever Lane Day but it is on my body uh-huh Spa Treatments Aria embodies distinction from technology advanced rooms to signature moments the Aria Sky Sweeten Ari rink right now you can check out our personalized collection ever lane dot com slash carbs that word from Aria Resort and Casino. I've been there not that you needed an excuse to visit Vegas hungry homes but are it's using the finest materials without traditional markups they want you to know what you're paying for in why so they are radically transparent casino has everything from corner views in every room and award-winning dining to poolside pampering and five star end to have you validated in this manner so I'm coming up the three of us me you in and my my first Takehiro for example visit Zhores Steakhouse for specialty items like Kobe a five and table side smoked wag risk or take in the sights at Bardo brasserie including beef Wellington Carbone Captains Guide you through dinner with Italian American to the Homie Jacoby Right on point with the hottest takes on the hot sauce. We're going to jump over to the man the myth the legend you have on a pair of jeans I can get away with even at my advanced age they're they're a terrific cut very flattered we do go off campus oh well here's the thing is there is not there's Nary a vending machine I think they're trying to keep a skinny for television. I don't know what this is literally not even the I'm only reason I don't like this idea 'cause like I'm afraid that you and Marcus bills be better friends than me and market spirits you know those friends delightful he's so good breath and the newest addition in our catch brings epoch rendition of Asian influence Sushi seafood and steak all the excitement is our suites the Forbes travel guides five star rated Aria Skies Weeds on Ribald hotel experience offering eleven important so we had to pull up couple gentlemen with impeccable pallets with a with a wonderful On say on it and pull the hot sauce out of the purse and and add to that because I find and again I've got a pretty I don't like to feel pain when I eat I've got a pretty Aria brings the show to your table to their collection of Chefs Rostro Towers and unique dining concept complex when the hot one show the legendary Sean Evans Show where he sits down with folks and ask them hot questions traded at the center of the Las Vegas Strip only at Aria resort and Casino visit our dot Com to see how they in masterpieces like the Dover Picado at Julia Serano top US share authentic among friends including the plot the Negra it is ripe I I have to ask you before we start talking about some hot sauce here about your your emotions I wondered if you had my guest right now is the east coast bureau chief of the ringer dot com host of the ringer. FC podcasts a native ever lanes closed look better cost less and last longer I have on my body right the second the ever lane in and storied career in eating but these are regular dudes when it comes to the eating we didn't go professional on this topic the DMV and you know we're going to get to that but for the purposes of today's sacred topic this man was at when your cousin was playing a very prominent part in the in the Fortunes of the Saint Louis Cardinals yes shoutout Tommy Ed mini is my cousin and you're GonNa get free shipping on your first order that ever laid dot com slash carbs everyone dot com slash carbs actual varsity and sadly he actually made the final out in games three and four To complete the sweep so I did go to game three with my dad was my dad's birthday it was actually my first time in nationals park and even hotter wings Don o'clock what's happening my man Mr House what's going on it's been a long time coming but the moment had conflicting feelings as a native of the DMV as you watched the nationals beat the St Louis Cardinals and beat them soundly real young kid and then camden yards came along and I even as a youngster bought with my own money after college my hard earned don equipment I could word from our friends at ever lane would you buy a t shirt for fifty bucks if you knew it only costs seven dollars but not to get swept up in the emotion being live at the game the fans were so into it I mean it was really did give me a lot of memories of the two thousand eight adopt the Nats I can't say I mean it's a little fairweather now because I'm obviously rooting for them now I was rooting for the cardinals full disclosure but it was look service and personalization unlike anything in Las Vegas the city's entertainment is not limited to the stages casinos or pools after Davey Johnson won manager of the year and he decided that that was the right time to fire him I said that was it will you fire Davey a lifeguard money join up on season tickets for the orioles because you could just drive up ninety five it wasn't terrible you know it could be up there in Baltimore in about thirty five minutes or so feels like it's just desserts now and that they should revel in in you know making it this far yes so I have a similar background to you I born and raised here in the DMV Angelo's insider are in on that list Donnie right totally totally so where were you at the final out for game four yesterday all my I don't understand how hockey keeps getting these weirdoes efe these crooks but we'll set that aside but like top ten the last fifty years worse owners and I love baseball I grew up loving baseball and I had to you know avoid the sabotage that that Peter Angelos did to the is at the beginning there too but you are already left the DMV by then right yeah I was in New York so you know I I kind of followed from afar but I mean to be honest with you I. I wasn't the ease into my slumber my restful slumber but we no such luck I mean the cardinals really amped up the anxiety level from the spot in the in the the DMV that I was residing at that moment but you know Peter Angelos ruined baseball for me so in Nineteen Ninety seven you fire me my brother I'm out so I didn't I didn't have a baseball team until the nats arrived here in DC in two thousand and five and I went to the very first game and had some tickets gene capitals cup run in the team is kind of suffered for a long time the fans of suffered a lot they've been through it they've been through the soul crushing losses and Oriole's way the orioles franchise I couldn't take it any longer so I basically baseball he's a big East Baseball Dan Snyder essentially he is it's an incredible thing to be here little taste of something to help me calm down and the first the first inning was so delightful I thought Oh this is going to be good I'm going to have a nice quiet nights sleep Abi Tegas down o'clock Rimi hungry homeys my bar city you know this is a topic that's very Marcus Spears as I say raised I take her get up which is on you can't you can't be on Jalen and Jacoby more he's graduated and the Orioles were my team and that's it I mean my dad was an avid baseball guy so he was taking up too old memorial stadium when I was a real out I was I was I just got back from I was down in North Carolina doing a little golf John as is my way and and you know had a have winglike game by game and not even the playoff runs in recent years I know who the guys are but some day won so all must have been really gratifying for you then in this area around my age and have two of the historically worse owners go top top ten worse owners a couple of these nut jobs in hockey great place to watch a ballgame Jomie I didn't grow up with the nets obviously they're only been around for ten years so I was an orioles growing up I didn't I haven't I didn't really the ghost pepper angle that's not not your gig but sometimes go ahead I would love a little heat but I mean I'm glad you brought this up because I thought it might come little tight you know the thing that I didn't like was the expression on on a mandate Hudson's face he he kept doing these heavy size and stuff that's fans God bless them they came back strong and I thought Oh God here we go again said you get a little tight at seven four oh my gosh I got me more than occupies its own quadrant in the fridge but like once it's open it's open and it'll be in there until I used it up don't I keep my Saracho in the refrigerator I like the starting point I personally will have I have a staging ground for all my sauce Nichols which is in the Caribbean and they brought back kind of Scotch Bonnet sauce and then also someone had gone to Mexico City and brought some I don't know the name of the sauce has a black label live sort of set it up here this is not the intended to be the definitive podcast on hot sauce in two thousand nineteen the entire hot hot sauce universe in just an hour long podcast a couple of conversations it's it's you and David Jacoby you know a couple of guys that are absolutely right and I happen to have two additional entries in the collection that were gifts recently people that traveled to someone had gone to Turks and income out of the American league yeah agreed yeah so let let let's get on the topic of the day which is hot sauces and in conversation not not an end so let's begin with that let's begin with that what is in the quick fridge right now would it comes to the hot sun that does tap back into that old hatred as orioles fan once you write the Yankees you hate him forever so I still have that loathing I just want to talk on your individual experience what in your fridge I'll talk about what's in my fridge and we just wanted to have a starting point here this is a big says as soon as I opened the sauce the sauce goes on the fridge but I have a whole I have standby collection in the pantry and then as soon as I crack the seal goes in the fridge and it made hot sauce experience really as is our way down you know we'd like to belly source we want this to be a launch point like you know it's impossible to canvas day in the fridge for a while the size the bottle of francs that I have in the refrigerator is nearly a fourteen inches tall so abacha question I have Saracho I have Tabasco so those are like two classic standbys I have top Petillo I guess McCain does as well because this is I mean like Saracho for example when you go to restaurants is just sitting there on the table like at a Vietnamese spot or whatever they don't pull it out of the fridge to give it to you some people do some people that have been known to experiment experiment across the way across the entire hot sauce universe but we're not going to cover the whole universe there are likeable team for sure from like all around their lineup I mean do you think you're gonNa make it to nats park for the four classical Web oh God are you kidding me I'm house from DC and it's not as intense as it used to be but I I I'll accept either one were in the world series that's good enough for me I I'm happy with with whatever is an even a state of the Union State of the hot sauce union in two thousand nineteen this is just a few hungry homeys get together to talk about their own original buffalo wings recipe I've got Texas Pete in there which is interestingly made in North Carolina and that's the segue here I was in North Carolina yesterday having breakfast I asked for some hot sauce with my my giant Meat Omelette see you can't be house from DC and not go to the world series yes be honest you kind of want the yanks right nationals Yang will become else universe so I definitely have here's an in question maybe behind your question is I d you refrigerate your hot sauces people tend to bring back hot sauces when they travel to places like this to give a souvenir gifts and so that's about it it's a great gift though so the balance he could be Valentina. The black could be the Valentine extra hot 'cause Valentina Sauce Picante has the regular sort of heat is a yellow label and the extra hot is the black lab on I I have the label in my I I've you you're talking about a Mexican Hot Sauce that has a black label that'd be my I guess of Valentina maybe maybe that's what you got well let's Ed was eggs I'm glad that you were thinking about this because I wanted to explore this space with you yeah I think in this day and age this modern era is you know kind of your your jerk your Caribbean jerk kind of thing it's pretty mild and then I have the Oji Hoy Fong if I'm sorry from saying Ron the democratization of the American Palate which has led curious hungry homeys to go explore the depths of of

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Shaking Things Up with Sam Fabricant

Ignition Point

39:48 min | 3 months ago

Shaking Things Up with Sam Fabricant

"Hey what's going on before we start the show I just have one quick question. Have you ever felt like you were caught? Time loop like the movie Groundhog Day. It's actually pretty common. We all have this natural tendency to get locked into comfort or attached habits, and here's the kicker. It's never easy to break habits or disrupt the process so to show you that you can, and should seek discomfort and challenger process every now, and then on this episode of ignition point. We're going to try something different with a little help from my summer intern, so let's get after it. Welcome to ignition point. The tier to get. You fired up and ready to win the weak. You're looking to amplify your mindset in the press perspective. You're in the right place. Hey. What's going on I'm Sam. Fabric and you're listening to ignition. Point the show that's here to get. You fired up and ready to win the week on today's episode. I'm joined by Stephen Miller Stevens, the founder of decisive leap Phoenix based agency that helps develop authentic brand identities for micro-businesses and personal brands in order to accelerate personal brand success strengthened operating culture and connect with customers to form lasting relationships. He's also the regular host of this podcast, but today we're shaking things up and being bowled stepping out of the normal show format and into the unknown. That's right. This is a takeover. I'm the captain now. So Steven Welcome to the show. Thanks for taking the time to join me today, Stephen Happy to do so sam. Would you mind that GONNA? Be Talking about I've got some questions prepared and we're GONNA. See how it goes sweet. Let's start rolling them. Such kind of come as no surprise that I'm do this whole interviewing thing, but one of the shows that I've talked about a lot is hot ones one of Sean Evans recurring segments is called explained that Graham where. Where he does a deep dive on his guests, instagram's asking them to explain a certain photo. Obviously, we can't do that here, but in Shaun Evans fashion, I'm going to be rattling off some names and you're gonNA. Be Giving some quick feedback on them. Let's start with a Popular Guy Gary. Vantage Hook Gary V are easy. Thought Gary V is an acquired taste. Ideally, he's like the perfect person for an individual. WHO's already fired up. But needs that additional guidance in direction. Gary Kicks Ass when it comes to giving somebody a task list, or you know the immediate next step, but he is absolutely somebody that like you can only go to. If you're okay with that level of energy, he's in your face the entire time right yeah I totally agree Gary's definitely a little provocative, and he set himself like had he stopped swearing all different stuff. Would rise, but that's who he is, and he sticks to his brandon. I'm all for that. If that's what he thinks, he should be doing What are your thoughts on Eric Thomas? Eric Thomas is like a name, a little bit off the beaten path for most so if you're listening to this and you don't recognize that name, he's also known as e the Hip. Hop Preacher, and in my World Eric is like an absolute bad ass. Willing to say the things that all the other people won't. He's willing to be that audacious and just laid out in a way. That is completely real I'm right there with you. How about Tim Ferriss? The only way that I can characterize Tim Ferriss. Just straightaway activity. That's it. I mean he's got the book the four hour Workweek, and it's brilliant by way of how he systematize his entire life, and makes it so well. Time managed the I love what he has to say. In terms of productivity and getting bigger better tools into your array, totally the way he explains that you can kinda work from anywhere and be where you want to do what she loved the same time as is. Is Awesome will although I haven't been able to build up my reading stem of that high yet, reading is definitely something I have a passion for almost all of the most successful people read every day. Warren Buffett reads five to six hours a day. Bill Gates aims to read a book. A week and Mark Cuban reads three hours per day. What would you say are some of the top books that you've ever read? So I always come back to three. There's three books that I. Just Think Are I. Opener irs things that people don't necessarily think about, and while one of them is more on the irreverence side of things. The number one book that I personally recommend is on. Fuck yourself by Gary John Bishop I think it's a phenomenal. The subtitle for the book is actually get out of your head and get into the moment, and that's a really empowering idea in of itself so to be able to have a book like that on your shelf or in your list you can help. Help anybody, and it's not like some of his positive Mumbo jumbo that somebody just like throwing at you and again I kind of aligns with my original vision for ignition. Point like I didn't want this. Just be Oh, you're a lion. Go and do all the things that you know that you can do. It's not that it's about being realistic about having a positive mindset and using the right tools to get yourself out of negative self talk, so that's one of the books that I personally love and recommend a ton. Yeah, it's definitely on my. Let's two the second one. One definitely is is an acquired taste for some, but if you know the actor h Jon Benjamin he's the voice behind Archer and Bob Bob's Burgers, even the audience, the camp director from wet, hot, American summer, or something like that you wrote a phenomenal book that's called. Failure is an option. It is also subtitled as an attempted memoir because again. He's always been huge on failure across his life. He takes you through a series of short stories. The really explain why failure is so important and why people cannot just say to themselves they if they fail, they fail, and that's. That's a terrible thing. Failure is an amazing thing. It's what you learn from. It's where you actually can pull these little nuggets of wisdom from that you can improve the rest of your life from otherwise. If you don't learn, you're not moving forward, so failure is an option by H. Benjamin fantastic book and the third one is a personal favourite that I was introduced to Bamdad. which was the last lecture by Randy. Polish I've spoken about it on the podcast in the past. I love this book. I love everything that they talk about. It's a short read. It's fantastic. Sticking to the arts and shifting from literature into music a bit. I learned that in college. You actually started out with the ambition of going to music industry. Yeah, that was the time. Music is often a big part of people's lives and I know it's a big part of mine. What kinds of things can people learn from the music industry that they can apply to business so I'm going to take a little bit of a divergent approach here and if you're listening? Listening to this and you are in music industry I am going to apologize to you wholeheartedly, but it shouldn't be a secret that the music business and entertainment isn't necessarily the most integrity lead field. There's a lot of climbing over one another. There's a lot of getting a leg up on one another. It's the idea that every single person is a rung on the ladder, and you have to step up on top of them to get over to the next level. When I was a sophomore in college I decided to move away from the music industry I had already been working with New Orleans jazz and Heritage Foundation with Scott Ages and key Robinson over there and he was a minimizing time. I mean I got to learn so much about what the music businesses like in New Orleans, but the problem is is that when you return that original idea of costly stepping up and over other people? I couldn't get on board with that idea I. couldn't because it violated my core values by way of my own integrity. So the lesson, at least to me, is that if you want to operate with integrity, if you really give a shit about other people and making other people feel better in their own world or better in their own skin or helping raise people up as opposed to stepping over them the lesson his is at the music business is not for you. It just isn't and that's okay. Because every single person has different priorities and different core values in their life. So for me, I would rather go into a space where I can help. People realize who they are and bring that forward. Again, it's a roundabout way of answering your question, but leg. The lesson from the music business is get more in touch with your core values. Be Really tuned to who you are and be authentic in that. And know that you don't have to step over people in life to get ahead. Yeah for sure and you. You had mentioned your third book was talking about failure, and although maybe your internship wasn't a failure, it was able to teach you like. Hey, maybe this isn't for me. Music is a big part of your life I'm sure as it is of most people so I have to ask the question. Who are some of your favorite artist right now? Again, like most things they come in threes with me. The re that have been really prevalent lately have been run the jewels. I think they've got one of the best albums out right now. Straightaway, it is just real. It's RAW, and it speaks to everything that were experiencing society right now similarly comes the second artists, which is twenty one pilots always been a really big fan of theirs, but they put out a song. I WANNA say two or three weeks into quarantine. It was just very bold. It was called. Called level of concern, and it spoke to a really tangible ideas of like Howard dealing with Quarantine Howard dealing with the fallout of our interpersonal relationships amidst this worldwide pandemic in this gigantic bigger issue, but the thing that made it really cool is that they were exclusively making this song passing a USB drive back and forth via mail as opposed to just doing it the way, the rest of the world would via the Internet. They wanted to protect the song, but they also wanted to stick with the Times. I think that's a really cool thing and then the third artists for me. It's not like they're hyper. Prevalent fleetwood. Mac is always big to me. I've always loved it. It's such a comfort music. That's me the most important thing about any type of music when you've got it in your life and fleetwood Mac to me is the most comfortable music a love it yeah I really liked what you made about your second point with twenty one pilots I'm a. A big country fan and one of the first songs that was put out during quarantine was six feet apart by Luke combs, the concept of that song of like being away from family, and being isolated, was really cool, so sticking to current times, obviously with what's going on with covert, and even with the distributed workforce is starting the trend of working remotely. How braced working from home? When I started this show a little over a year ago. What not everybody realizes did I started this show rate when I was starting my business, and that was just as I was leaving another business. So I've been working software for like five years prior to that, but when you're starting a business, you have the luxury of like oh I've got all this cash flow I've got all this money saved I've got this surplus and I can go and get off his space and all this stuff. No. When you're in that startup mindset and you're really bootstrapping from day one you have to make do with what you got. So I actually started out working strictly from home, working from copy shops in all of those little atmospheres, whereas working with my clients directly so even in their offices so I was already naturally falling into the idea of distributed workforce. I loved it. I loved it because I could shake up my environment every single day. If I wanted to it, I had so much freedom. But the truth behind it is that I've already become very accustomed to working from home because of that not because of covid. The part about Cova that sucks is I. Don't have the privilege of being able to go out and fresh in my environment, constantly like I had become accustomed to so it's kind of just dealing with the mental gymnastics associated with being locked in your office at all times again just as I was when I was working in the software world, so my office at home is kind of just become a static workplace again. So once the teens are lifted and all that I'm GonNa absolutely rival in the day that I can go back to maverick coffee or go to coffee. Plantation were even easy co work, which is just around the corner, and be able to just sit at one of their workstations work their fresh in my environment, and of course meet New People I totally agree as as a student classes at home, or are Kinda hard, but homework at home is something I'm familiar with so my desk in my chair. Kind of all I know when it comes to work, and adjusting hasn't been too difficult for me but house. House the entire experience been for you on the relationship front leg I mean. Have you been able to maintain your relationships with your friends, or has there been more of a difficulty with actually having friendships now? Obviously like the world is so important in social media these days, so some would argue that social media's terrible, and all the technology uses excessive, but social media has been a really big thing for me. Based timing friends texting friends I've seen a few friends, but right making sure just outside playing guitar with my buddies and kind of just hanging out, so it's definitely been difficult to maintain relationships, but. Like. I'm doing my part that I'm not spreading anything as well you talk about how you were starting ignition. Point your answer a little bit, and it's probably my favorite podcast, but one of my favorite things about edition point is it's quote ability, and all the analogies that are used I know you're a big baseball guy. I've got a quick story for all of you. Make sure to cite your sources because I'm not sure if it's verified or not, so I would say it's a trusted source. Larry Miller Steven's father had given me the story, and the story goes along the lines of when Stevens around fourteen or fifteen he. He was playing baseball in Outfield, and for whatever reason he had tripped, and essentially broken his ankle and he kept saying. Don't take me out of the game. Don't take me out of the game and to me. That's awesome. The second part of the story is they ended up having to pull out of the game and Ron to the silence like Stephen We. Take you the hospital like your ankles broken. And he said no I I WANNA. Stay in watch, so he stayed the rest of the game, and kept your foot elevated and cheered on your teammates in. That says a lot about you when putting the team first so. I have to ask. Is there a baseball analogy that you think fits in well with you or mission point or even your business decisive leap, so there's definitely a couple that I can immediately think of but the thing that stands out to you most about the story itself is number one. Yeah, completely true story. I broke my ankle in the outfield when I. I effectively had collided with the center fielder at the time, so there is a pop fly was hit right-center gap and center fielder. Still remember him to stay Scott Semper was running to the ball. I was well. We both got to it roughly the same time I think he made the catch because he was significantly bigger than me like I think he was. was probably like five eleven, and for those of you that have only heard me on the podcast Indonesian person I am a startling Lee tall, five three so I've been that height pretty much since I was fourteen, I peaked in terms of height, certainly not peaked in terms of talent, but when I was in those moments and I was coming towards Scott He. He didn't call the ball, but the point is that he didn't call it so I didn't know he was coming. So when I collided with him, my angle basically shot forward underneath me because he just stopped in its tracks and dot caused the break, but when I was in that moment in every other moment before that I'm always charging at the ball. So part of the analogy is the idea that you know you always charge the goal and for me I always always always do that other side of it. It also kind of has been my own thought process through life like whenever I was training for baseball I was always the smallest person on the field. There was no middle ground of that. I was always the smallest on the field, and I had to really prove myself in every single way, so what ended up happening over time is because I was consistently busting my ass. I ended up earning a nickname that was honestly really humbling to me via one of my favorite athletes who I grew up learning about in baseball, not necessarily that I had the opportunity to see him play, but that player was Pete Rose, and I ended up earning his nickname, which was Charlie Hustle. And that was you know one of the big things for me? It was charlie hustle herbs Rudy it was the person that is just always going to give it one hundred and ten percent in order to recycle so for me. That's a big part of it, and I put that into all of who I am within my own personal brand, but also within every single thing I do so. The alternative side of it is just the analogy like stealing second base so I'm not the fastest person in. In the world, never gonNA claim to be, you can only move so fast at five three little legs yet two times faster than somebody that is six foot two and can get there in a quarter of the time that you can, but the point is they. Stealing second base is the most exciting part of baseball at least a lot of people's eyes in mine, especially because you're up against the clock if that pitch is going to the Catcher, and that's when you're running your playing time game. and to me, that applies not only to baseball, but to business into life, because in a lot of ways it's an art form, and it brings up the phrase stealing like an artist so when we're thinking about all of the world that we see around us when we think about different shows in different content. That's been out there. It's about repurposing. What's been done so again? Nobody claims to reinvent the process of stealing second base. Right so if we're thinking about stealing what we see around us, it's not like we're cautiously making the decision to plagiarize. It's the constantly making the decision to make it our own. So for me, the idea of stealing artists second base is finding the craft your way to put your own spin on things to be able to get ahead, and that's really where the link comes. They're getting from first second. You'RE GONNA. Get there if you're crafty about it in some way. Yeah! That's awesome. You brought up a bunch of really analogies with charging it everything you do and stealing second and stealing like an artist. I like to shift gears a little bit. One thing that most people don't know about you. Is that your adviser for local team, Youth Group and Bebo. Be Bio for those that don't know is a Jewish youth group that aims to build more great. Jewish experiences for Jewish teens. As an adviser you oversee local chapter, and that's actually my chapter, which is Super Awesome that that we've been working together for a little while now from this ongoing experience as an adviser. You probably have a ton of coach moments. What advice do you have for somebody that may be looking to be better, coach or mentor? I. Don't bring this up a lot. Just because there's so much going on my world, and that is not that it's not important. That's actually the reason why it's so important to me. Is that even if you have so much going on in life? You have to take the time to give back. You have to take the time to volunteer you to take the time to do something more than just be self-centered. It's what I talked about in the last episode. It's about being selfless. It's about giving back and finding ways. Ways to lift up the community around you make the world a better place so while that's not the answer to your question that can at the very least speak to why don't bring it up very often, but to answer your question, the biggest thing out of those experiences for those of you that are looking to become a coach or looking to advise others and give guidance. The biggest pieces of it are number one especially. If you're working with teens, you've got to learn to laugh if you can't have a sense. Sense of humor about what you're doing. Your time in the organization is to be short lived. I can tell you right now. I'M GONNA give a shout out to one of the teams that is in the chapter in the one that's currently on the podcast, one of the teams in Chapter Eight and David. He always always always always is the perfect person to just give everyone around them shit, so when I talk about Aden immediately, think back to one of our former advisers who very stern I mean just like the. The most rigid dude around, and while he could have a good time outside of the advisor role. He always just came off way too rigid right I mean you can't get around that if that's who you are unless you're conscious about it, and you're making decision to lighten up and be a little bit more approachable, so that adviser didn't necessarily work out. He didn't stay around for long because he couldn't learn to laugh. He couldn't have a sense of humor about the people in the things that were going around him. Special Teens. Stuff will go off the rails. It always will, but that's because they're learning, and you have to be willing to be the coach. Not Be the dictator. You have to take them to water. You can't make them drink. So having that in mind is really important, but the other big piece of it is making sure that you are tailoring your advice to the individual not to the group. This is a really big deal to me, because not only. Is it that you have to do that, but you have to be conscious about like what is that individuals personality like? How can we really make sure that we're catering that advice in a really meaningful way so that they can get the most out of it like I'm not going to go and give guidance to somebody who's not receptive to it first of all, so I need to make sure that if I can identify who it is, that's open to that advice to that guidance, and actually once it. It I can cater meaningful advice to them based on how they are going to best receive not necessarily like the same advice for every single person. Does that make sense? Yeah, and I think that's a really good point on the on the note of mentor. Ship and coaching comes with leadership. Everybody has different personality types, and with personality types comes the leadership style. Now it's really important to note that like four letters from Myers. Briggs test or the definition of a leadership style doesn't define a person at all. All those little things in their personality builds into that. One leadership style you and Stephen of talked about recently is leadership. It's kind of the idea that the main goal of leaders to serve for the group and for the people. What advice would you give to somebody WHO's trying to figure out their own leadership style? So you already got hit out it rightly, it's the idea that leadership is something that's formed over time. It's something that you can't just immediately say. I'm a servant leader. That's who I am. You have to work towards that. You have to get to the point where you actually understand what it means to be a servant leader and you have to become molded into that form. So leadership development in its own way is a cycle of evolutions. It's a cycle of always adopting. Because what's comfortable for me? As a leader may not be comfortable for you as a leader, we don't have to be the same type of leader, and that's okay. So, it's about accepting that and becoming comfortable with who it is that you are as a leader, right, obviously, leadership, style, or any definition or title doesn't really define a person. But what would you say your leadership styles? It's definitely a tricky thing for me. Because while I, do tend to be more of a servant leader I think the better definition for me is more of like an empathic leader, just in the fact that in not to go back and bring Myers Briggs back into too much, but I prefer to be an advocate for those on my team. And either person that understands where they're coming from, but then helps them by empowering them to be the best that they can be in their position. I don't want somebody that I'm delegating responsibility out to to a not feel like I have their back. The be feel like taking things away from them are taking responsibilities away from them if they're not falling through. I'm willing to step in if that's the case, but ultimately I want to be the person that is there to give him that feeling that they have someone on their team who they can rely on and have their back I love it I. WanNa throw a quick philosophical question out you, so it's often said this concept that you can't be an extra in your own movie in that, you actually have to be the main character. I was thinking about this the other night and I'd actually like to make the point. Argue that you have to be the director instead. What's your perspective on this? So it, it's a really good analogy and I think that the really awesome part about it. Is that as uncomfortable as it may be for many of the people that are listening to accept themselves as like the star of the story. You don't have to be the star? Ultimately, whether you're uncomfortable with being star, not, it's still your story. And, where I kind of diverged from the thought process of leg, you're the director is more that you are the storyteller. You are the person it's writing the story. In that can a really empowering thing, right? You the one who determines the flow of the story. Obviously, you need to figure out okay. What is within my control there? So many factors across the story board that can all of a sudden effect where the stories headed. You is the story writer get to decide how the entire environment adapts so to me I. think it's like you're the one who has to write your own story. If you're not doing a, you're just letting. The world happened to you and I don't believe in the fact that destiny's. What's dictating where we're headed. We all have free will. I could stand up right now and leave this podcast. I could just leave the room I could go off Mike I could leave it to Sam for the rest of the season. But ultimately I like to shake things up and make sure that there's different perspectives that can get. People fired up and I write the next chapter just like I'm writing the chapter today where we're sitting down in here and shaking up the entire format to show that just when you're feeling. Most comfortable is when you should try to be more uncomfortable. It's those moments where you should be embracing discomfort, and that's what we're doing. That's why we're shaking. Shut up so for me. It's about acknowledging accepting and embracing the fact that you are the author of your story. A concept I believed onto the core is like impact, but you can, and the instant that you start worrying about what you can't affect. You've gone off the rails, but if you focus on things, you can't change and things you can impact. Then you really become the storyteller focus on the things that you can change, and then you end up being able to write your own story I was having a really weird conversation with somebody the other day over coffee and Shuster away panicked I mean really panicked about the fact that she had a five year. Plan she this. This entire vision for where she was headed, she was going to get the financial level of stability where she could finally go by the cottage in the woods, but because of covid now everything's turned on its head right the fact that you're not willing to adopt. You're not willing to see outside of the scope of a five year plan not to me is a dangerous thing I believe in planning. Don't get me wrong. I'm not saying not to have a three year five year plan have these long term visions, but as the story writer Dude, you got to adapt. You got to be willing to see the fact that it's never going to go according to plan, there's this beautiful premise from handful of TV shows. Actually the you go into this heist and they build up a heist methodology where it's like. Here's the plan part one. We write the plan part to move forward with getting the plan to go into action part. Three were mid plan and things are going great part for the plan falls off the rails and we make. Make Shit up now as far as we can, and make sure we don't die. That's the entire point like it's great to have a plan, but know that there's a really high likelihood. The plane's GonNa fail, but that's life. Exactly. That's the beautiful part. If you don't accept that if you don't accept the fact that life is GonNa, throw you curveballs. You're just going to be sitting with a bunch of failure and a bunch of weight on top of your chest. It's no way to live, so take control of your story and command your frigging destiny. That's where I live and going back to. We talked about Kovic to that point. This is happening. There's nothing you can do about it. You can do your part to flatten the curve and all those different things, but at the end of the day take advantage of. Of all this time at home, you might have books I've read in the projects of working on now ahead of the game and taking advantage of all this time we have is going do the key to success in the next couple of years I mean look. We're all on a clock and yet guess what we're in quarantine. WE'RE GONNA lose three months. It's up to you to decide. Are you going to lose three months or can you get ahead in those three months? Can you do the soul searching to figure out? Here's where I'm going to come out on the other side of this. That's up to you. You can actually end up gaining three months. Hell, yeah, working double time speaking to work. I've got to imagine that your line of work. It's difficult to work with a diverse range of clients. Give me stories or advice. You'd feel comfortable sharing on how to better manage relationships. So I don't necessarily have a specific story but the big thing to me is the if you want to have relationships comes from a lesson that I've learned from a really phenomenal book that was presented me a really amazing way from a dear friend of Mine Mary Tau Team Ass- called rating fans, and it's just the fact that if you WanNa have a really meaningful relationship with somebody, you have to be willing to make constant deposits. It's not about what you can get out of it. It's it should never be transactional. Relationships are meant to be more than that. It's about. Bring your authentic self to the Party and being willing. Willing to step outside of your own self for a moment to really connect and connect on a deeper level, so I can tell you like everybody else in this world like I've had certain relationships that have fallen to the wayside that sucks whether that's a customer relationship with her. It's a friendship. It's a really difficult thing to deal with, but in my world I really genuinely care about my relationships, and I try to apply that thought process to it as much as I can megan constant deposits, not seeing it is transactional and using it as a way to build one another up like that's the only way their relationship really can flourish. That's some great advice, and there's loads of advice you've given me in this internship. In Ibi Yo and life in general, and I've really grown tremendously because of it, so I thank you and with all the knowledge and experience that you have now. What advice would you give your younger self if you could do this all over again? So I actually I was thinking about that the other week and it's funny, because again while we're in the middle of back and forth between curfews and quarantines, a lot of artists like you brought up at the very beginning of the interview. They're releasing some really compelling content rain. Lot of really great new songs are out there and I immediately found myself relating to a song that connects the I. Just put out called a letter to my younger self. And the biggest piece of advice that I have actually comes from the song. It's directly within the lyrics of it and think it is the most meaningful piece of advice that any young person really needs to hear in knots. The in life like there's GonNa. Come these moments where you're going to be so deep in your own head vet. Those thoughts are going to be echoing and becoming so loud. So my advice to that younger self is understand, you have people in your world that you can talk to and get those thoughts out. Find Sounding Board looked your network. Look to your relationships and bridge that gap. It's really important to not be in your own head, and it's similar to what Gary John Bishop talks about in his book. Don't be the person that is constantly being brought down by this negative voice in these negative thoughts that are in your head. That's just toxic. You don't need that in your life. There's too much good stuff out there as much as it may seem like right now. In Our world, the stuff is on fire, and it's constantly just downtrodden. It's not. So, get out of your head. Get into the moment and find a sounding board. Find people to talk to and acknowledged that there's a way to get to positive from negative. That's awesome. It's an incredible song and if you haven't listened to it, I would I would definitely listen to. There's lots of good things to think about in their. Another concept you and I frequently talked about the idea of being t.f willing to fail. I would say that almost always you can learn more from failure than you can't. Success and we talked about that with couple books, and we've mentioned a couple things on this note so far so getting a little deep here, but what would you say is your biggest failure? This is always been tricky. One for me. 'cause like I. Really Do my best of continue to fail. I want to try different things. I WANNA. Shake things up. I want to be all learn from mistakes, and if you're out there, you're on your own whether it's in business or something that you're just aiming for, and you're not necessarily working with a team failures, the only way that you're ever GonNa step of that next level. You're only going to ever level up failing. So for me, there have been a lot of failures along the way, and that's a good thing. I can't stress that enough. Failure is a good thing. Fall forward fail up, but if I had to hit on one failure, it's not necessarily one. It's more of a consistent failure, and it's failure that I think a lot of us can relate to you in the fact that we constantly have that notification bell going off phones. We constantly have this external stimulus. That's telling us. Hey, there's another thing here. There's another thing that person sending us a picture. There's another mean all the sudden were overflowing with Shit from Tiktok and our attention is so divided. I've talked about that before on the show and I won't beat that death, but the fact is. Is that when you have that? Going on you end up recognizing after a while. Wait all of that is totally messed up the way that I'm supposed to be prioritizing other things, so because mentally. You're constantly being interrupted. You're not able to effectively prioritized things that are going on your life. And I'm a consummate overachiever like I had a personal issue with overextending myself I. Just do it non stop because I like to be heavily involved. I liked to have community I. Like to be making a difference. So the memory that I'm thinking of that really illustrates his like last year I decided to really bite off more than I could chew I had just officially gone time with my company decisive leap. I was running this podcast fulltime, which in its own ways its own full-time job. If you're doing the entire thing on your own I joined the core team for Phoenix Startup Week and was working on the operational side of that I was still advising for B.. Y. Oh, and as you know like that can be a big lift depending. How involved you WANNA be and I choose to be involved, and then on top of that I was also into my first year of. Of being married in having a family and home life, so thinking about all of them micro tasks in the micro priorities within each of those buckets. There's not enough hours in the day. There's not enough ability to prioritize so looking back at what I was saying is like you need to be able to prioritize and in that moment when you find yourself over extended, the failure is not seeing the priority order because you have so much going on in so much external stimulus. That is such a large problem and I only realized it after raking my sleep schedule. So the realization lesson how I've grown from it, which is what I really WanNa. Make sure that I'm getting across here. Is knowing when to shut things off and knowing how to give yourself a process for how you want to actually drive home, prioritization and time management. If, you're not hitting not and you're not hitting it right? It can be an absolute breaker for you. It can jack up every part of your life. So, to me, I would rather always do one two. Even three things great then do six things half assed. Always! So that to me was a consistent failure that I think we can all improve on but me. Especially I dealt with the last year and I will preach forever. Do a couple. Things Great. Don't do things half assed and we had talked about being willing to fail and as much of a great concept as it is, there's a second part of it. It's always forgotten is having growth mindset and growing from the failure I think a really good example is Michael Jordan somebody. Everybody kind of knows. If you haven't washed the last dance I would highly recommend it. There's a story that some of you may not know that Michael Jordan was. was, cut from his high school basketball team and he failed, but he chose to work harder played his brothers every day. He played basketball with his dad at home. Dad coached him at home. He took the failure and built that fire for himself and fueled the fire, and now I would argue is the greatest basketball player of all time. It's not that it takes willing to fuel the fire. It's the willingness. Go find that fuel in the first place looking outside of yourself in figuring out. Okay. What is the fuel is? biodiesel is a renewable. What is it that I actually need in order? Run at my best efficiency, my best capacity. That's how you win. That's how you get through life. That's how you live to a higher standard. One thing that you would brought up and mentioned that I want to clarify was you would said that you try to fail? And I think that's an interesting concept because I would say that like obviously, you have to shoot for success. If you're never shooting for success, you're never gonNA. Reach success and failure something that comes on the way that you have to be willing to accept. And grow from that failure, so I'm curious your thoughts on that. I would say the. There's only one way to truly get to success, and it's through failure. One of the big things to me is like you have to have the right team around you. You have to have the right people on your team that can make up for your lack in certain areas. They have their strengths. You have yours and you have to be able to parlay that, but it doesn't matter if you're not willing to collectively fail. F willing to fail. It means nothing else a race. Any other gutter thought from your mind on. It WPF, willing to fail. That's how we succeed. It's the only way. Because without it, we're not learning without it. We're not pushing for something better. It is the internal sense of competition. It's competing in realizing yeah. I lost I lost that battle. There's a bigger fricking war, and I'm GonNa win that that's a willingness to fail. It's a willingness to get that leg-up awesome. Well I want around this off with. A question Stephen Prior to this. You've hosted forty four episodes of your own podcast. You've mentioned to me that you've never been on the other side of this. So in some way you have to be a little bit. Let down by this experience. There's probably some way that you thought it was going to go. And it didn't but think for a second, and now that we've kind of reached the end of this this interview this conversation. What let you down same I hate to break. It's you my answer to this question is not going to excite you or be you know what you were originally aiming for? This experienced me was an experiment. It was the ability and the willingness to try something new. It was to step out of the comfort zone and do something completely uncomfortable for those of you that are listening at Home Sam did a phenomenal job in prepping this interview he really did. He made really cautious decisions. He designed the flow. He made a really solid effort in order to shape the course of the discussion experimentation and a willingness to fail what we're talking about here. It's about being willing to fail. Just like we were just talking about, but this was an experiment. And I encourage every single person that's listening to this show. Find ways to experiment. Your lives do something different. Ultimately, that's how we grow. Maybe we'll change the format of the show a little bit in the future, and turn it on its ear, but still make it just as valuable, if not ten times more valuable in the process, but Sam I can tell you with one hundred percent honesty. It was an experiment. It was a willingness to have you have your eyes opened to the world of podcasting and being able to take us down this path so I had an open mind. I had a completely open mind going into this I wanted to be open minded about the experience and be able to find ways to shape the show for people in the future so that we can do some really incredible things together. That was my goal, so there is no way that I was let down on this man I was thrilled with it so i. just appreciate you taking the time to come on and host and allow us to leave Albus experiment and again start experimenting more in life. As always I'd like to give a big. Thank you to Stephen Miller for taking the time to contribute to this week's show. If you want to raise the bar for your personal brand or level up the brand strategy of your business, there's no time like the present to take your next leap forward, and Steven can help. You can always reach him directly by an email to stephen decisively dot, com, or by visiting decisively. Dot Com. Before, we wrap this up. If this episode got you fired up and you'd like to support the show. I'd really appreciate it if you could take a minute to visit rate this podcast dot, com backslash ignition point where you can tell us what you think of the show by writing a review on apple podcast or pause chaser. Well, that's going to do it for this episode, so stay motivated and keep moving forward. If you put in the hard work right now one day you could be the one motivating the world with your story. All look forward to speaking with you next time on another ignition point now get on out there and win the week.

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Full Episode: Wednesday, April 22, 2020

World News Tonight with David Muir

21:14 min | 5 months ago

Full Episode: Wednesday, April 22, 2020

"Tonight the Kuroda virus the US experts now warning of the risks of states tried to open too quickly and the new data tonight. The virus not just attacking the lungs the kidneys and the heart. What we now know and news tonight the first deaths here in the US were weeks earlier than I saw what we've learned about those cases and where the reality tonight inside hospitals across this country the startling images just outside New York City. The emergency room filled even as authorities say. We're past the peak doctors and nurses they're trying to revive patients in New York. Four hundred seventy four lives lost in just the past twenty four hours and tonight the next chapter of this governor. Cuomo and his call tonight for contact tracing army thousands of people who will help trace any signs of a second outbreak. Also tonight some states starting to real without meeting the guidelines from the White House in Georgia were gyms hair salons and bowling alleys are set to open Friday restaurants next week the mayor of Atlanta tonight saying there is nothing essential about going to a bowling alley in the middle of a pandemic the developing headline at this hour involving a doctor at the Department of Health and Human Services that Dr a federal worker helping to lead the fight at the agency in charge of developing covert nineteen vaccine tonight. He says he was removed from his post. Because he spoke up about drugs not back by science including hydroxy chloroquine the drug repeatedly promoted by president trump. Did He lose his job. After speaking out the long lines for food in this country the airport in Pittsburgh tonight transformed in Ohio and Florida to the new concern. Fifty million Americans could go hungry including eighteen million children as another major meat processing. Plant this time in Iowa suspends operations nearly two hundred six and we continue to follow the food. Farmers are being forced to destroy tonight. News on some of that produce and where it's now going and we have reported so much here the lungs tonight the new data on who this virus targets who is most vulnerable the dangerous two kidneys and the heart and the factors that put you most at risk and we have news tonight on to pets that have tested positive for the virus here in the. Us This is ABC. News tonight with David. Muir leaving it is great to have you with us here in a Wednesday night amid growing debate over the dangers of reopening parts of his country. Too early come new headlines tonight it does now appear that corona virus killed at least two Americans some three weeks earlier than that first reported case in the US and tonight here the new data just out on who is most vulnerable. We've reported so much on the lungs this week on the heart now kidneys and other parts of the body being targeted president trump speaking just moments ago as the death toll mounts more than forty six thousand lives lost in the US and with so much talk about reaching a plateau in New York the reality for doctors and nurses still working so hard on the front lines. This e are overflowing the medical team racing to revive patients governor. Cuomo on all of this talk of reopening saying today quote. This is no time to act stupidly New Jersey's death toll tonight. Topping five thousand Massachusetts surging past two thousand nearly doubling in just a week and again the long lines for food. The Pittsburgh Airport right there and in Florida tonight. News one veteran of father waiting in line for hours only to learn there was no food left to get into a second line and learn the same thing again tonight here. Some of the ways Americans can help and the headline as we come on the evening the doctor at the Department of Health and Human Services part of the team working to get vaccine saying he's been removed from his post after speaking out. We will guide you through all again. Tonight which Johnson leads us off from New York tonight. Even as New York descends from its peak the number of patients flooding. The hospitals is still shockingly high overnight more than thirteen hundred new admissions a tough week in the Er the Associated Press given access to Saint Joseph's medical center in Yonkers a nurse frantically pumping a man's chest or the medical team in full protective gear standing back arms up until that jolt to the man's heart he's revived and put on a ventilator for multiple phonebook. Dr Anthony Leno says it's a daily struggle between life and death. It's better nightmare. We have Volume of sick people like you can't believe in one shift. I pronounced six people. Dead New York hit the hardest of any state but finally coming down the mountain. We're in a relatively good place better to be going down then to be going up in Manhattan. Police officers cheering for a stream of volunteer health workers from other states. Now heading home governor Cuomo announcing he's now building another army joining with the Governor of New Jersey and Connecticut to Hire so-called contact tracers disease detectives to track down and isolate people who test positive for cove in nineteen. We will literally need thousands. We have to put together a significant operation because the numbers get very big very quickly here tonight in three southern states. A roaring debate about whether plans to reopen are moving too fast in Georgia. Were places like gyms and bowling alleys could open their doors on Friday. Some big city mayors are pushing back. There's nothing essential about go into a bowling alley in the middle of pandemic pandemic governor. Brian Kemp defending his plan. And Listen IF PEOPLE DON'T WANNA go Martha they don't have to Dr Deborah Burks of the Corona Virus Task Force in the uncomfortable position of answering questions about whether Georgia's plan makes sense. So if there's a way that people can social distance and do those things then they can do those things. I don't know how but people are very creative. Hard choices for Atlanta barbershop owner. John Douglas. Who's decided he's not ready to reopen excited. But then I had to just sit back relax and just realize that is probably not Ford fries eager to get his twelve Atlanta restaurants back in business but says the risk is too high but a climate was that no one's ready to go out yet but in South Carolina. Catherine Gu's was thrilled to reopen her boutique. Pray excited to be opening game. We're excited to have some other options of how we can allow people to shop but out west. The mayor Las Vegas raising eyebrows with her pushed to open casinos and businesses but offering no plan for doing that safely and so for a restaurant to be open or a small boutique to be open. They better figure it out. That's their job. That's job California's Governor Gavin. Newsom firmly closing the door on reopening large sectors of the economy We're not prepared to do that today. And today California revealing startling new information about the spread of cove nineteen in the US authorities have determined to people in Santa Clara died in their homes from Corona virus on February sixth and seventeenth weeks before the first reported American death. Neither person had traveled overseas raising new questions about just how long the virus has been on our shores. Well we've actually directed beyond just Santa Clara go back. As far as December to request. Coroner's autopsy to dig even deeper governor. Newsom there which Johnson with us again tonight and with the President. Making News. Just moments ago acknowledging. He's talked with Georgia's governor. The president said he talked about Cautioning the governor against opening too quickly here. And you've also got news tonight Governor Cuomo. Yeah David President. Trump said that he disagrees strongly with what Georgia was doing moving forward out meeting those federal guidelines from the White House Corona Virus Task Force. We're still hearing more from the president on that. But Meantime Governor Cuomo says he wants to double the testing capacity in this state. It's at twenty thousand. Now he wants to be forty thousand and he said that president trump in their meeting at the White House yesterday agreed to use the powers of the federal government to help get labs the testing supplies. They Need David Wright navigating these weeks and months ahead with Johnson. Thanks to you again tonight. And as we reported at the top here adopter at the Department of Health and Human Services. Tonight he'd been helping to lead the fight to develop a vaccine you now says he's been removed from his post. He says because he spoke up about drugs not backed by science including hydroxy chloroquine. Here's Terry Moran Tonight Tonight. Dr Rick Bright. Who led the key Federal Agency? That's developing drugs EVAC s-scene to fight the corona virus is suddenly out of his job and he's speaking out bright says he was abruptly removed from his post this week because he claims he insisted on rigorous science based vetting of hydroxyl chloroquine the Anti Malaria drug. That's been embraced by president trump. I think it could be something really incredibly having some very good things happening with it. Dr Bright in a statement he released after being transferred to another agency declared. I am speaking out. Because to combat this deadly virus science not politics or cronyism has to lead the way. Bright says he defined directives to push the anti-malaria drugs sang was being promoted by the administration as a panacea but clearly lacks scientific merit. The Veterans Administration tried it on covert nineteen patients and researchers say it may lead to a higher death rate. Jonathan Karl pressed the president on those new findings panel experts at the NIH is actually now. Recommending against the use of hydroxy click in combination with ZEE PAC. Which is something you could always willing to take. Look trump and his allies have hyped. The drug repeatedly to the apparent dismay Dr Anthony Fauci. Who's called the evidence for its use anecdotal and when he tried to answer questions from reporters earlier this month he was pushed aside by the correct. Question Fifteen. So let's bring Terry Moran Live from Washington Tonight and Terry doctors is now calling for an investigation at right David. Dr Bright is asking the Inspector General of the Department of Health and Human Services to investigate. What the doctor says is quote. The politicisation of work on medicines into vaccine for the corona virus and the doctors also hired lawyers the same lawyers who represented Dr Christine Blasi Ford Justice. Bread cavs accuser. They say that his removal from that post was quote retaliation plain and simple. And they want to see him reinstated. David Murray Terry thank you. There are real concerns about the food lines growing in this country. I mentioned that veteran. A father of three winning in two lines today and still not getting any food to put on the table and the virus and the growing impact on the food supply now Tyson foods suspending operations at one of the largest meat processing plants in the country nearly two hundred infections linked to that one facility alone here again tonight. Matt Cup and their kryptonite bumper to bumper from Ohio to West Palm Beach. Two hours in line and they're not giving yet in. March alone food banks nationwide distributed more than three hundred seventy nine million meals a twenty percent jump feeding America. Protecting fifty four million people could go hungry due to the pandemic including eighteen million. Children Done Hayden a disabled veteran in Florida. Waiting in two lines by the time I got to the front of the lines after waiting for hours our family was unable to get any food and tonight with millions of Americans struggling to put food on the table. I never imagined that I would be in this state ever never food processing. Plants are struggling to get food to them with fifty one. Kobe related closures. Just in one part of the Midwest and Corona virus outbreaks reported in meat packing plants. It at least ten states Tyson foods tonight shuddering one of the country's biggest port plants nearly two hundred employees testing positive for the virus. The Nation's biggest outbreak remains at the Smithfield pork plant in South Dakota more than seven hundred. Eighty infected Michael outlet working. The line says some employees used hairnets. Masks is the BALAKLAVA TYPE. That you put on your. Hey like a mask and covers your face in you and your nose Michael later. Tested Positive Smithfield tells. Abc News Tonight. It has followed CDC guidelines and is doing everything in our power to help protect our team members from Cova nineteen in the workplace. We're thinking about all of those workers of course bat with us. Now live from a farm in South Dakota and Matt we've been reporting here on those images of unused food milk being dumped farmers really with no choice because all of this is spoiling And we said we would stay on this and you've got news tonight from one supermarket chain now working to get some of that produce to families who need it. Yeah the public supermarket chain. David says it's got a new initiative rolling out it's going to buy fresh produce and milk from those farmers then donate it to feeding America. Food banks across seven states. And there's one thing that fruit producers across the country want us all to know not to expect any food shortages anytime soon David matter. Thanks to you again. I know so many of you at home have been asking us. Are there ways to help? If you're able we still do have that information up for you and you can also go to feeding America Dot Org after our series of reports right here in the meantime tonight the first large study in the US now revealing which Cova nineteen patients are hardest. Hit researchers discovering men in every age group. Dying more than women and what. The data shows about hospitalized patients who also have high blood pressure obesity and diabetes. Here Steve Sabi American doctors are getting good information tonight on who is hurt. The most after getting sick with the corona virus in its patients. Like Shaun Evans in suburban Atlanta. He's a diabetic and after coming down with Kobe. Nineteen he now. Needs a new kidney and regular dialysis. Just so people know. This is the way I take dialysis right now. This is a a port in my chest. G goes directly to my heart. The study published today looked at fifty-seven hundred sick patients and found that nearly fifty seven percent were already struggling with high blood pressure. Nearly forty two percent were dealing with obesity and early thirty. Four percent were diabetic. They also found that men were more likely to die. Herald Jenkins came close to dying in south Georgia Hospital and was on a ventilator in the ICU. He is also diabetic. I've seen a lot of things. I'm Vietnam veteran. You know a lot of things in this pandemic is something else. Scientists believe that Kobe. Nineteen targets blood vessels so patients with pulmonary damage from high blood pressure for example could suffer more. There was hope that the malaria drug hydroxy chloroquine might help treat sick patients but the early results are disappointing. What's showing promise? Our blood plasma infusions from people who've already beaten the virus and a drug called Rendez aveer which was originally made to treat Ebola. Chris Cain says it's the drug that saved his life within forty eight hours. I was feel a lot. I think that redeems your gave the extra jump starter. Kickstarter whatever needed to counter that corner. Clinical trials are now underway for those two treatments and while the final results are not yet in the early results are positive David. Connect- is good news. Steve Thank you much more about the mystery of the corona virus and the doctors trying to unravel it. That's later tonight right here on nightline meantime overseas tonight countries trying to reopen and Sweden One Country. That took a very different approach from the start. So did it work James Longman from Stockholm tonight? Sweden's toll may be rising. But it's alternative lockdown still has pulled. It's still sitting outside enjoying the Khandu parts of Europe and America. I know that we stand out in the world and that bridge because I I support that they call it. Voluntary lockdown social distancing advised but balls shops cafes and restaurants all open about a third of Stockholm's population. Six hundred thousand expected to have had the virus by May I. The hope is for some kind of broad immunity. A second wave less of a threat but Sweden's approach does seem to come at a higher cost than its neighbors. All have lower deaths per capita and these half-measures are leaving some businesses guessing. Sometimes I wish the government would just say total shutdown like okay. That's fine out captain. We have to find a way to have a new kind of normal because this will last for a long time. Some protesters have adopted Sweden as an example. But the health minister here says it's not for everyone. We have a strategy and we think it's working here in Sweden. I don't think it's easy or right to just export the strategies from from different countries and Swede experimenting but worrying news out of the UK. Tonight David deaths in nursing homes have gone on counted so far but may soon at thousands to Britain's toll is already at eighteen thousand David James from Stockholm James. Thank you Dr. Jen Ashton is back tonight ingenuous poured through this new study in. Jama telling more about a WHO gets hit hardest. And what stands out to you? David this was the largest. Us case series just-published shedding some important light on those characteristics. We know that men are at higher risk of death but for people with diabetes. More likely to be admitted to an intensive care unit more likely to need to be put on a ventilator but there was some good news David No deaths in underage twenty age group. That is encouraging. Origen we'll see here tomorrow night in the first confirmed cove nineteen cases in the US involving pets tonight. Two cats in New York state testing positive one in a home where the owner also tested positive. The other in a home with no confirmed cases and the Bronx Zoo tonight reporting three more tigers and three lions have now tested positive with American staying home on Earth Day. Wildlife in unexpected places cody walking in the shadow of the Golden Gate Bridge. Just one of the remarkable images during this had them in the black bears in Yellowstone National. Park the Raiders. They're saying sightings have increased since they closed now that there are no people. The bears are literally just walking down the road to get to where they need to go which is kind of cool to see signed to say it is a difficult time for all of us but it also makes you think about the animals and the planet to we have been taking habitat from these animal. It might cause a sort of increased awareness of the natural beauty. That's right around us. The images from all over the world in Balon before the lockdown and after the smog lifting from the sky mountains visible in the distance New Delhi skyline to before and after the blue sky visible and from the ground there then and now. India's air quality improving dramatically during this time. It's not a surprise but scientists say it is a stark reminder the toll of pollution and tonight on the Nat Geo special our Ginger Zee with the plaque bear cubs in northern Minnesota. Sweets and Robin Roberts with the stories of people from all over the world working to save wildlife including actor in Australia Native Chris. Hemsworth who months ago met with a group rescuing the Koalas after the wildfires. There you got the neck. Maybe it can be a care. The applaud for position. Robin Special Eight. Pm On that Gio. So there's two guys. Business partners self made millionaires. They spend their time surfing under the California Sun and Living. The highlife in Las Vegas until one of them ends up dead. I'm Matt Gutman from ABC News. With the team at twenty twenty to unravel this stunning tale of deception ruthless diabolical greed Nisa sociopaths. He can justify anything. Subscribe to Cutthroat Inc that's INC ever. You're listening now. The country is locked down. Battling Corona virus curve. Have my gloves in my pocket? Which I'm not sure how effective they'll be going to wear them anyway. We WanNA help and give you the latest information. I'm Aaron Katersky host of Covert Nineteen. What you need to know a podcast from ABC News? We're going to need to do is widespread testing to see who's susceptible who's infected and. Who's recovered each weekday? We call on doctors from around the country and our own medical experts to respond directly to. What's on your mind about this virus? Kovic nineteen what you need to know a new series weekday afternoons on your favorite podcast APP.

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Full Episode: Friday, June 7, 2019

Nightline

00:00 sec | 1 year ago

Full Episode: Friday, June 7, 2019

"Hi, I'm Brad milkey from ABC news and want to tell you about another podcast that I host called start here. It's every weekday morning and in twenty minutes, we will get you teed up for the stories driving your day with context from experts with on the ground access so start smart and subscribe to start here. This is night line. Tonight mega mentioned marketing, if these walls could talk over the past thirty years, I've put my own Mark on the place. They'd sound just like Michael Douglas, and say, by me, castle, palaces and villas for sale, it's a buyer's market. Maybe there's a fifteen million dollars steel loss pot once it's the sausa- interview show putting celebrities in the hot seat. Chasing spicy wings with spicier questions. Good evening. Thanks for joining us. They say if you build it, they will come, but in Los Angeles, you might need a little extra incentive in the competitive mega mansion market. Here's ABC's Marci Gonzales who shows us. There's an art to it. Is a wild night in Beverly Hills. Music pump and on the dance floor. Dotted side performances. And and at big game. A vintage dress up global weight to it. Golden girls. All about it in a walk in closet. Almost as big as my apartment voting to the disco dry closet, incredible. But this Andy Warhol themed, bashes of just for fun. And it is a lot of fun. This event has one goal sell this brand new fifteen point six million dollar house. I think a wine and cheese open houses, circa, nineteen ninety we never do that in this market. You really wanna make your house stand, you want to keep the buzzed going. Here is a building boom in Los Angeles. Mansion size with multimillion dollar spec. Combs springing up all over. L A's Pasha's neighborhoods right now. There are sixteen homes on the market that cost more than twenty million dollars with so much supply selling high end houses is getting competitive, if this, what it takes to sell a mansion now, we'll, I don't consider this to be a mansion. I consider this to be a luxury home, but it certainly helps to go ahead and put this kind of effort and thought into the home and into the marketing. So this house is only been on the market for five or six hours. Yes, if you haven't even just tried to put this on the market and see if the buyers come why not try that first before throwing a huge party like this. Well, that's no fun. And. And buyers have choices. And so we wanted to differentiate this house differentiating is key with even more luxury homes on the horizon, I'd say in the ten to twenty million dollar range, you probably have about sixty or so coming on in the next eighteen months, and I would say in the twenty million up, you probably have thirty maybe forty coming onto the next eighteen months to what Jason Oppenheim end his identical twin Brett are stars of the net flicks, reality show, selling sunset. We are far and away the number one real estate team. In West Hollywood. Los Angeles real estate experts say the market is getting saturated with new construction, there's a surplus of ultra luxury homes, the random developers that are building these fifteen thousand square foot apple stores and asking forty nine dollars. Those aren't selling and they shouldn't that's the big difference now, I think its quality that there's to echo what he's saying. I think. There's a lot of supply. But there's not a lot of great supply. Manding a buyer for the high end requires creativity. Some agents are making professionally produced movies like these showcasing the life you could lead if you bought the house. The point is house on the harbor. It can park aide up. He's on the doctors for starters. Celebrities are also getting in on the marketing game. When I first saw stock in nineteen ninety, I also felt under spell. And block the prime. Michael Douglas himself. Narrated this sales video for assists. Daca his two hundred acre estate on the Spanish island of my orca over the past thirty years. I've put my own Mark on the place. But now he's ready to part with it for thirty two and a half million dollars. Now it's time for me. Let someone else enjoy the privilege the bench show stuck and if they celebrity spokesperson doesn't entice you to buy the over the top amenities fellers now, offering, we'll help feel the deal this health in Newport Beach, California housing room to grow and smoke. Marijuana nor what are some of the craziest things that you have seen people put into homes or just saw a forty million dollar home on the street that I used to live on, and it has an S and M room. So that's unique other homes offer. Extravagant extras that are a bit more mainstream Rydin style. Jason takes us for a drive. So do you take all of your clients out and Rolls, Royce to one of the properties? They're selling. Thanks. Wow. That comes with all the bells and whistles, and then some wine cellar. Yes. And curated with some of the best one in the world. And that wine comes with the house, as well, these five bedroom nine bath, forty plus million dollar dream home in the Hollywood hills. This is the view that forty million dollars will get you the house comes fully. Furnished complete with a one hundred and seventy five foot long pool this pool wraps around the entire house its own spa. This is better than a hotel. You've got your dry sauna. Your wet, sauna you go get your massage and then you've got your cold plunge, and you're hot plunge all looking over the city and a place to keep a dozen cars. That looks more like a museum Cisse's the garage. But nothing is for sure in the real estate market. This twelve bedroom twenty one bathroom home in Bel Air, used to be the most expensive home for sale in the US. I think people really just realize that they wanna live in this beautiful environment. It's, it's absolutely spectacular way of life year. Now's hit the market in two thousand seventeen for a whopping two hundred fifty million dollars budget. Everything has to be absolutely the best included with the house. Thirty million dollars worth of incredible cars, seven full time, staff members and copter. Two years later, the house is still for sale with a one hundred million dollar price cut back at the Andy Warhol house. They are pulling out all the stops to entice buyers. Even throwing in five of the iconic artist paintings. Every piece has a story when it comes to work, and that's what I love about it. And the only car he ever owned this nine thousand nine hundred seventy four. Rolls, royce. Quick. I'll be back, and you can get this house, all the art and the car for a mere seventeen point seven five million dollars to fire again it's a Burgum. It sounds crazy to us. But in this luxury space, a lot of the homes, we sell our bought with the furniture and the art, it's hard to go to galleries and master own collection. So this home comes turnkey, for those who can afford to live large, the party, so to speak. Far from over for Nightline Marci Gonzales in Los Angeles. Up next things are about to get very fiery hot as we sit down with the brainchild behind one of the coolest interview shows. Get cashback for shopping, you were already going to do racket in is a free member base. 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Aqib Talib & Lance Zierlein on the NFL Draft

NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

44:55 min | 1 year ago

Aqib Talib & Lance Zierlein on the NFL Draft

"Withy? Two thousand eighteen NFL draft the Cleveland Browns select Baker made. How is Baker Mayfield? Dave damage football program available on apple podcast and at NFL dot com slash DDS fees. Now, here's your host day damage shit. One year ago. Baker Mayfield, the first overall a little bit of a stunner is a matter fact because running up to the draft it sounded like most every draft expert said Sam darnold was the guy you wanted to draft. If you needed a quarterback, we'll figure that out and look ahead to the twenty nineteen draft. We will be in Nashville Tennessee all next week. And in the meantime, welcome to the Dave damasec football program presented by zach's spy's famous fingers wings, Zalid, speaking, zach's B's and our trip to Nashville those two things happen to lineup neatly here. Next Tuesday, roughly, two PM we will be in. We will be Zach spy's at nineteen to Charlotte avenue. If you happen to be listening right now, write that down will let you now check out social media's the date gets even closer here. So far, we know that were Shaun Evans is going to be joining us there. Maybe I can work the drive through window a little bit there at spaghetti think. People love it. If you guys just started handing out chick. Nobody would care about me. But but imagine if you went if you're a Nashville and your titans fan, and you pick up your you pick up your wings, or whatever. And then you go to the window and then Rashawn Evans handsome to you. If you show up in the afternoon on Tuesday. You'll get a nice surprise. Maybe maybe you. Well, anyhow, we got a good show coming up for you number twenty one of the LA Rams a keep to leave just off of a Super Bowl last. We saw him. It was down on the field. Just before kickoff there. He is one of the more captivating personalities in pro football right now, and I can tell you in advance because we've already had the conversation. He has a lot of interesting details from that Super Bowl and Wade Phillips and the new pass interference rule. So so you'll enjoy listening to to lead, but I one of our favorite guys to bump into in the hallways here. I think I say that to him when we talked him because that's an interview I've already also done seeded here in studio sixty six he's one of our many draft gurus at NFL media. He's Landseer line from Houston. Texas. A charismatic fella. Knowledgeable about food and about high. You know about blue chip college football players who are soon to be pulling on jersey for an NFL team. We talked to them about Sam darnold versus Baker Mayfield. And and then play a game that I think is is pretty fun. It's a good thought experiment. We ask we ask him to imagine that each of the thirty two teams have the first overall pick who would each team take if they had that spot based on their team needs for twenty nineteen Lance is gonna fill in all those blanks. Thirty two times over for us. And you know, what why don't we just get to it right now here? He is everybody Lancer line. All right. Look who it is everybody I've been waiting with you on the DD FBI. Always enjoy our occasional Robert -tunities to keep it's in the hallway or on Twitter, otherwise it's Lancer line everybody. One of our many draft gurus here at NFL media. Watch him hats the draft all draft week long with Bucky DJ. And all the other insiders. I see I consider myself though, to be a key have a keen eye for QB's, at least your guy. Yeah. I got. I just I just use my eyeballs. That's all I need. I just watch him play watch and say, gee, let's trust the tape. Just watch games. Get under the analytics, I don't need to do all that jive. What do I need that for my these is served? Well, anyway, it's not about me Zor line. Great. Okay. It's about you a little bit at Landseer line. Make sure you're following him. Not just for his football insights. But also his food insights, you might. No more about food than even I do. I just know different places to go, and I've gone to different places. It's it's important to me because when you go to different cities a lot of times, I think the cities, you know, we were lucky enough to. When when when we travel for the draft went to Chicago phenomenal food town, just phenomenal New York. Obviously was always great LA is is really LA is underrated Guilhem eilly under America's best food. Town LA is a highly underrated food you just have to travel. You just have to travel wide and far like in Houston. You you know, it depends on what you want. And it's it's a sprawl. The difference is your traffic is just really I would imagine. If I lived here, I would have to play in dinner around completely. I'm either eating it three or at nine thirty. There's no in between either super grant ball or like, you know, like I'm in Spain. It just can't be an I was younger. I would've gone for the later. Our that was the the goal was to see how late you could stay out now when you're twenty or twenty five now when you're beating life, it's when it's when you got a couple. Drinks in. Yeah. Maybe a dinner in your belly in the sun hasn't even gone down. Yet. Will you live it will you eat before six now? I can I'm willing to do that to shame either. Daniel Jeremiah that I just just yesterday we're eating like a couple of Grandpa's. We went down and got one of the little pizzas down the street. I mean like at four forty not a problem of the polish is to me with this trying to impress with staying till three forty five in the morning for like twenty years. I don't need that anymore. But for like twenty years, I've been doing morning radio at six AM. Now, I do it at seven it's still early. I still when I did that. I did that. Yeah. That's a rugged dig. It's different. It's a different existence. You just get used to being kind of zombie and you get addicted to caffeine, but the other thing it does is it changes lunch to ten AM or by nine thirty or ten. This is lunchtime. True. Why do they not? I got mad one thought eleven is arbitrary for a lunchtime. Right. Why can't it be ten? Why can't these places open up at ten or ten thirty for lunch? It doesn't make any sense at eleven as arbitrary time. There's people like me we want to get started early with their lunches blazing trails here. Yeah. All right. I want to do something with the forementioned Daniel, Jeremiah, and I did a year ago before that a question that came up on our earlier podcast this week that I'm interested in your opinion. It seems to me that when there's a collective opinion when there's this QB or that QB or multiple QB's in the debate to be the best of the class. It seems like the collective wisdom tends to get it. Right. If you go back to Peyton versus Ryan leaf by the time that draft happen. Most people at settled Payton's going to be better than Ryan leaf. I think. I think that that was true. I think with James versus Mario. I guess the the book still out on that one. Neither one is really much out. Neither what's rare. Is that one doesn't make it in the other one does make it? I mean, usually one makes the other one doesn't in this situation. Neither guy may end up making it, right? There's another good example or two out there that I can't oh Andrew luck versus RG three some buzz for our g three the close for the draft. But then alternately there wasn't anybody that Cam Newton now no no-one competed with and not against Cam. But and then last year everybody said, yes, Baker is nice. And Josh Rosen is nice become on. It's it's got to be at the end of the day. It's gotta be saying darnold. Yeah. So unless that collective wisdom failed doesn't Sam darnold stand to soar in twenty nineteen is he well positioned to do. So on the jets. Now, I don't think he's particularly well positioned other than who he is a person. I think is I think is demeanor is uniquely. Is uniquely set up for New York. Right. He cares. A lot about football. He doesn't care about the outside stuff. Social media's not a big deal for him to polar opposites last year's class. Josh rosen. Sam darnold Josh Rosen. The last thing he goes to New York team. Sam darnold kinda like ally. You could throw him in there. And it's not gonna be too big for him. And it's not just while. I'm you know, it's not because he's Choung Nemeth. It's because I get the opposite. Just like, I don't know. I'm just here to play ball. I don't care about all this other stuff. What about the models? I don't care about that. What about the what the media said? I didn't read it. I don't I just don't care enough to read that stuff only care about ball. So I think he set up for that. So because of that he could he could potentially sores strong word, but I think he will take that natural progression forward. I just don't think he has the tools around him. I don't think he has the weapons around him to help him out. And you look at Baker Mayfield wealth of riches, and you go. To Cleveland, and the dot is what an Maher you're going to Cleveland, it's been that way since you, and I were well, that's not true. There was there was a moment. It wasn't until Byner. Fumbled Ernie Kosar there in the mid eighties. And once that stuff once that Cleveland Brown team left and became the ravens. It's been jinxed. My dad coach Butch Davis. It's Jenks, you know, he was there with the Kelly Holcomb loss your Steelers Kelly Holcomb hung four hundred yards on the Steelers. And so lost two mile following Tommy Maddox. That's right off the improbable rally there. I know they did. And it's just they they can't win. But now you look at Cleveland, and I kinda 'em buying into the turnaround. It's about time Cleveland actually had a real turnaround and not just a lot of talk. I think it's going to happen. So I think I think the collective wisdom is not going to be wrong about Sam darnold that was my number one quarterback by a lot. I just think that Baker Mayfield is position do it quicker. Do you think then one? Question on this. Do you think if the jets in it, you know, they wouldn't say this publicly, obviously? But do you think if they could redo it go back into a time machine? Do you think they would say that? They would rather have Baker Mayfield. Do you think anybody would change who the quarterback that they have roster is I because I think Zona would from what you do think that they're gonna go Tyler. Yeah. But I think the interesting one is do think I don't think one would change it thing. And I don't think three would change a thing. The interesting question of are the giants like do the giants have any buyer's remorse over having the rookie of the year. You know, was was was obviously saquon Barkley, but if you had it to do all over again. And now they've looked at these quarterbacks here, they know they're six, and they know that seventeen would you have taken Sam darnold at to put some truth serum in Dave Gettleman. And what does he say? Now, my guess is he stays he stays. The course I it's really interesting, and you know, in the last month or so people have really since the Daltrey gun after Gettleman, but we talked to Sean hair, and he didn't sway my opinion necessarily all by himself. Eddie spaghetti behind the glasses defended saquon for for a better part of a year now and given that a prime the running back prime is the minute. He walks in the building as far as I'm concerned. By the end of his first contract. He's kind of got some attrition on him. It's not the same. Sure formula that you would apply to QB get him to the second contract and see if he's worthy of that twenty five thirty five million or whatever it's gonna end up being. If they don't if they go and Daniel, Jeremiah has floated the idea Daniel Jones at six for the giants that seems like a loco choice. They went in on saquon. Now, you gotta go all in on trying to win right now. Because he lies old you got saquon in his prime a difference maker there. I think that I wouldn't take even if you love Jones you have to to me you have to wait to seventeen. I mean, you've got to get somebody. There's just too much. It's not a loaded draught, but there's just talented can help you win right now. At least I have a better shot at six. I I'm with you. I wouldn't make that quarterback. Drew, look, I have Daniel Jones a second round anyway. So you're talking to the wrong guy becomes to back, Danny Jones. But I I wouldn't draft a quarterback at six just you have two picks. I get it. But you really need some defensive help. And do that six. All right. Let's see if we can get to some other questions on the other side. We'll see how long this takes. Here's a game. It's a fun exercise to see who really rise. Who's the cream of the crop? I am going to. Let's assume and we won't do it in the actual draft order. We'll do it alphabetically who would each of the thirty two NFL teams take if they had the first overall pick. Let's start in reality here eras ONA. They happen to be the first Cuyler Keiler is the pick. If they could have anyone they want. Okay. That stands to reason the Atlanta Falcons. Bosa. They most would like to have Nick Bosa. They need an rusher. Why what I don't buy Nick Bose's my fourth best player in the draft. But I just think they had Vic Beasley who had a little spike, and then came back down Nick Bowes, one of the surer things in this draft. And I think his ceiling is a little bit capped out. But I think his floors pretty high. So I would say Bosa because he can rush the quarterback. He's big he strong, and he can have an impact against the run. That's why I just think that he's a safe. He's a safer pick. That's why I mean, we're only going to have a spread of about three or four players most with this exercise. I think because this year's not really there's no stud stud players like that's a that's a dude. And that's a dude. And last year in this game. I bet if you played this game last year. It was probably a lot more varied because you could say may Quinton Nelson. Oh saquon Barkley. Wow. I'll take. Tremain edmonds. Give me the roquan Smith is. It was the guy. I would take Sam darnold for me this year. I don't I don't I don't think it's like that. That's because there's no other second quarterback talk yourself into anything. We're just getting going land. I am surprised that Dan Quinn's team has kinda scuffled since that super too. I thought that they looked like loser though. I get it. But I the psychology of that aside. I really liked the pieces that they had it seemed like oh, Dan Quinn as a symbol d-, a group of destroyers defensively that are going to look like, I I guess I was wrong about that. And so is Dan Quinn. Baltimore ravens. Say this has got to be a little bit of a wildcard Josh Allen. Really? Okay. Yeah. They're they're going to look at an edge rusher. They want a guy who has that ability to come off the edge. And he's got a lot of potential talent. As an Josh Josh Allen. This is first overall. So this would be a little bit of a reach. But I do like Hollywood Brown for that team. Yeah. I do too. I think you want want somebody spook in the defense. That's true. But he's not the most accurate quarterback. Lamar jackson. So maybe you want a bigger target too. But I'm not sure decay medcalf is is that guy think you wanna big safe target, and they already have twenty seven tight on the roster. So that Hawkins out there. Buffalo bills. They already have Josh Allen. It is a this is an interesting exercise. See so maybe Hollywood I'm gonna go. I'm gonna go Quentin Williams, and I'll tell you why I've heard they like that Oliver. So if you like it Oliver either ED's number one or number two for you. So I'll say Quinton Williams another interior rusher who can get after the quarterback. I'll do that. So actually we have four different players. It's exactly right. A lot of comparisons on fairly poor Ed darnold. He can't live up to Donald and all likelihood, but do you buy that? He is a high end difference maker. I think he has a high ceiling low-floor in the problem is his size. But then when you look at explosive is it's I think you have to put them in the right position to succeed. Don't ask him to do something. He can't do. He's physically not going to be able to just take guys on and be strong against bigger. You know, more physical wider guys. That's not who is going to be. So why would you ask? Why would you ask a guy who can't shoot off the off the dribble? Why would you ask him to be a score? While Jessica a setup three point shooter. Hey, I'm a catch shoot three point specialists. Don't ask me to take the ball off the dribble because that's not what I do. That's what I used to always tell my high school basketball coach. It's a moot point. You're the twelfth man anyway, go sit down, please you're trying to say put me in a better position to like. I'm not putting you at any position except at the end of the bench dope. Lucky you're on the team. Now, quiet down or I'm going to change that to the Carolina Panthers. Panthers. And either tackle at Oliver. I'm gonna go to one Taylor. Ooh. I'm gonna get a big nasty sexy. Oh line picks. I overall I think he's no Orlando pace I'm trying to keep some pace here, but the pace it up a little bit. But this is do you find do you agree with me 'cause you are actually on the in the small group of people who actually does study align tape, do you? Are you annoyed by people on my side who weigh in on what is a good offensive lineman. I think it's one of the most fraudulent telling things that you can do as a football. And they say like Anthony moon does best left tackle ever based on. Why you don't know what you're talking about also? But at least you're looking at one of the best left tack of all time. What's even more crazy is when we're having discussions about like, I'll be talking to Jeff Schwartz on Twitter who played tackle played guard. And it's jersey hangs on the wall there Aaron Taylor who was you know. An NFL offense of tackle. And we're going back and forth about players like you guys are all wrong on this one. He doesn't kid his hands inside. Like, it turns an tech techniques stuff like don't you really shouldn't be talking technique with NFL offense lineman. That's that's not which Dutch really what you're looking at here is he doesn't do a job reach blocking people comment on Jeff Schwartz videos. He puts. Well, I disagree with that. If you look right here. He doesn't have very good leverage. I'm like, please. Don't thanks Glenn? Hope the weather's good now tuna appreciate it. Kevin Chicago Bears. They're very close. There are real players far as I don't love Trubisky, though, still me the receiver. They're not going to take a quarterback. No, they need another rusher. They need another. They want somebody opposite of they want Floyd. Somebody opposite of MAC. That's not either. This is a really tough game is not a good cornerback. You could plug a cornerback in their tunnel have one that you would really say, that's my guy. Let's give them. Me gotta stay. I gotta stay true to the defense is tired is tire Kona really able to carry the load. You know what? Let's just Jacobs. Right. I mean that gauge us Jake. Why not weird that you're gonna wear near the first pick? But you're not that far away Chicago Bears. Right. And I think he has a bigger impact in getting one of these Cornerbacks. Would I think Josh Jacobs can step in and be a pretty good runner? All right fund. Cincinnati bengals. Cuyler? Ooh. Yeah. I said last year they should take Lamar Jackson. But they'd be better off if they if they had Cleveland for one year. I think the ravens are realizing they're in a little bit of trouble here who's ever gonna go and play what pass catcher ever once ago. That's why I float Hollywood Brown. They got a draft high talent at the position. No one's ever gonna sign. They're willfully as as long as Lamar Jackson. Will you're not gonna an option often. You're not gonna make probably a lot of money on your next contract because your targets are going to be a little lower. Yeah. The Cleveland Browns. Brown's want? The Browns won. You gotta think about their needs align. Right. Isn't that their one weakness, they they're they're okay? On the offense of lines. Oh, they want defensive lineman. You know what? Let's give them. A Michael dean Perry clone. Ooh. That Oliver very nice people. People can't get with my Michael dean Perry comp. It's on the NFL dot com draft profile, and I'm sure there's like forty three Browns fans ago. Oh, this is nice. Michael dean Perry was the reser pro bowler. I get the resit Provo people think it's a swam to the Pro Bowl. Yeah. Just was obscured literally. And otherwise by his his brother other nowhere near as good, right? But he scored a touchy scored a touchdown ROY Dallas Cowboys the Cowboys. Ooh. Just signed to Marcus Lawrence. Think I got a great one for you mentioned them already till Hopkinson. If you could have anybody drop onto that TI because supposedly Dawson Knox and that's tied in the second round. So let's put TJ Hopkinson there. The Denver Broncos. Denver broncos. Let's give the Denver Broncos. More rush help things they really need corner help. But this is we're not having corners hurts us. Let's give them some more rush out because if you can't cover then at least you need to get the quarterback. Let's give them Nick Bosa. Okay. I think that this Joe flacco thing another weird choice. I do think it legitimately as much as people floated. And it sounds overly simplistic, I do think that some people can be seduced by while that guy has smoked us one too many times. Let's get flacco. They've watched flacco perform well against them. And Elway has seen that any likes the big cannon arm. That goes such fools gold Tyke. I mean, I such fool. I couldn't agree more. Except for the fact that is difficult to argue against is that he did rise up against the New England Patriots. How he was able to solve them more consistently than anyone. I mean on par really with Peyton Manning. Crazy. And also the thing that Joe flacco always did any Steelers fan Italia's. Flacco always nails in Heinz field, always nails. I don't know. Why always played his best ball was Ned stark alive. When flacco was last really good. That was that's a long it's been filling. Never stark still had that doesn't sound great. But it's accurate. So good yardstick. Their Troy lions Detroit Lions they want. Oh, they want. They need an edge rusher. They also tight end. But if you had your first pick, we'll go Nick Bosa, Nick Bowes guy. Green Bay Packers. Sco Josh Allen the Houston Texans. Hundred Dillard, Andrea Diller left ad. Mcelwain quarterback sense. Now really does make semi Houston's in a bad position to where they have to have a left tackle. And they have to have a cornerback. You never want to be in this position where you're desperate positions. Because then I'm passing up on much better players and Andre Dillard to draft something they have to have an I'm giving them the best tackle they can possibly get for what they want which is an athletic left. Tackle. Are you still all in onto Shawn Watson if you ever were? I feel like we talked about that earlier in the week that people because of the most recent game he played people kind of the. Bloom was off the Lilly or whatever the no. But I mean, I I'm more of an analyst. So I don't get swayed by individual games. I'm not a one time or as I call it. Just somebody who just needs to see one thing and top six eight eight. I think potentials very high end with him. You just have to make sure that. I think that it keeps his head on straight as a professional that doesn't change the work ethic. And I haven't heard that he has its it's famous, but I think what to Shawn Watson. It's some point. You've got to get rid of the ball quicker. You gotta get through your reads and get rid of the ball. And learn timing. I think that's the concern with him. And it it really has nothing to do with anything. See I I'm still all in on onto Sean lots of assure. All right. I'm gonna go fast ACA and here because you know, you're a busy, man. Indianapolis Colts twenty six let's give the colts. They wanna rusher. Let's give them Jeffrey Simmons. Okay, tackle so called red shirt that everybody's talking. But there might be the best player in this draft. That's I mean that was the buzz at least top town his tape is really good. And he is basically dominant sue all over again. Wow. Yeah. No. Redshirt to me Chris Ballard wants to build. So you don't get into panic about one year in. That's the guy who's got a chance to be really good. I mean, they're the names that keep coming up for me or Hopkinson and Hollywood Brown because I feel like if while Hollywood Brown circumstantial, if Haagensen is in fact, a poor man's rob gronkowski, don't you have to go and do that what the X factor that he was for the last decade? And that patriot. I think for a lot of for a lot of teams. Well, when you get thirty two I know him giving them Jacksonville. Shacks Ville, wait Jacksonville. We're going all the way back to you. Want me to pick Jacksonville? Oh, I gotta go all the way circle back to number seven threw me off my game here. I would say. It's number one. You know what? They're all the number one. So we'll get really them. Anyway, this is the first overall pick in the draft. Jacksonville has. They're getting a little older. Let's let's go with quantum Williams replacing Marcel Darius I'll go quantum Williams. Rush from the interior Casey chiefs. Poor they need corner in the worst way. You got that who is the best in that group. I guess that's also circumstantial with what a D. Josh. Abs. Ooh, let's give them a running back. Okay. Place Keenan replace a cream hunt. Josh jacobson. Let's roll on. I'm not going to get from not gonna find your good corner. If they don't have tyreek hill, though, they're gonna they're gonna certainly miss that. Yeah. Yeah. Chargers. The chargers. I'm gonna go with my top tackle, Jona Williams. I was going to say to me, it seems like they're guys Joan Williams. He's smart. He plays multiple positions. You know, what you got a chance to win right now. Philip rivers still aren't they kinda flawless except for the offense offense of line. And this is guy who can come in plug and play right away, and he can play multiple positions. The NFC defending champs. The Rams for the Rams. You get Cooper cutback. You still are little soft up the middle. Oh, defensive tackle. Jeffrey Simmons the Mayan. I would say keep your eye on Jeffrey Simmons there to the Rams if he falls all the way to the back end of the first okay Miami Dolphins. Cuyler vikings. Minislate you rather have two or Trevor Lawrence. Yeah, guaranteed. You don't know. You may accidentally win right? Let's see four the which the vikes for the vikes they really what they really really need is offense of line play. So I'm gonna go with. Oh, man. That's a really hard. They need guard now, but they could use defensive tackle to go at all of our patriots Hopkinson. Saints. Josh allen. Rusher. I wanna say Hollywood just to give you Hollywood. I'm surprised. I seems like they're all slow, you know, SAS, right? So my problem. Well, no one ever thinks. They're said a pass that is one where I think Hollywood would be interesting because now you have a field. You got somebody to to stretch a field to go along with Mike Thomas? I think that one's interesting. We sure that nine can still throw it that far that's a problem. And that's why I don't love giving those outside speed receivers to Tom Brady because he doesn't throw that past very often. He doesn't take those deep shots at much anymore. And he hasn't for a while. You would think that that would be a major absence from the guy who's called the quarterback in the game. The. We say giants. The giants giants will go with. Gettleman take his is give him somebody on deed. And I think they're really a pass rusher. Let's get Nick Bosa the the jets also Bosa. No, yeah. I think they'd like to Boso two more surefire. I mean you watch. If Evan Ingraham can just stay healthy that offense is fine. They just need the giants. They just need to take care of business on defense. Eagles. Andre dillard. Pittsburgh steelers. Oh. This is the place to say his name, Devon white. Evan white. I know they want him. I bet you they're going to do they're going to try to move heaven. I bet you they're going to try to get him. He's got a lot of Steeler in him. If I could I really like the two guys I keep saying Hopkinson or Hollywood Brown there. I think those would be great fits the Niners. Niners. I would go with. Nick Bosa Seahawks. Montas wet. Buccaneers. Nick. Bozo. Tennessee titans. TJ hawkins. And it's about time. They move on from Delaney. Washington redskins. Hollywood. The Barrett is at long lasted arrives Landseer line. It's time for you to go. Unfortunately, I could keep it's with you for another three or six hours. I wish we had time to go. Get one of those pizzas down the street. We'll have to we'll have to let that sit for. I don't know the next time you're in Los Angeles. But anytime, you are let's go get some food and talk about food and game of thrones. And maybe we'll talk some football too. Let's do that. There is the great Landseer line everybody. Thanks for the time. Absolutely. Make sure your check Lance out. Like, I said they're two he'll be on paths of the draft all next week while we're in Nashville Tennessee and right now, let's get it to number twenty one the last you saw his defense camp. Can't hang it on the Rams d they held Tom Brady the goat and gronk and all the rest of those fellas too meager thirteen points that was enough to give the patriots the world title. And here's our catch up with the keep to leave posts Super Bowl fifty. What was it three to fifty two? No three. Remember, what Super Bowl isn't a three L I C three. Are you? Sure fifty was oh giant stadium MetLife. Fifty now. Fifty was Broncos over Cam fifty one was twenty eight to three patriots. And then fill eagles. Yes. Yes. Like, I said last week was Super Bowl fifty three. Here's our catch up with the grey to keep tha Leib. All right. I just said they hand the last. I saw him was down on gridiron roundabout. Atlanta, Georgia way, it's a keep to leave. How are you? I'm good. I'm good. How you doing? I'm fine. I wanna hear all about that experience as much as you can stomach talking about the Super Bowl pass their against them. Patriots real quick though. How does it hit your ear as somebody in the NFC west the here? Russell Wilson has resigned to players care when you hear like, ooh. A team in our division. Just got a little bit better. Something good happened for them to you. Do you get upset about that? I mean, definitely not upset. It's you see a guy, you know, one of our brothers the brotherhood, man. It's fifteen hundred guys who get to play his game or something like that. You know? So anytime you hear one of those guys and better their life better career, man, you always happy for definitely what do you think about Joe flacco with your former team? Team there in Denver D A by that that guy is a solution for a year for a couple of years. I think he's still got some paint. You know, think the Broncos definitely a quarterback away. Man. I never was really really bad team. They just kind of a quarterback away. Not. I got a veteran presence somebody who know how to control the huddle and out of control to building. So he gives them a better chance to win. Do you think? Do you think that number seven there? Elway was swooned at the thought. Like, hey, we've seen this guy come out here and beat us before do you think he gets swayed or with suede on some level by it was more a vailab -bility? It was it was who's available who can really hold his torch. You know, so. Flacco was available and they did a good job going to get them. All right. Let's talk about the Super Bowl. I all. Well, does that you don't like that is good? I enjoy experience. I go through what's your what's your career Super Bowl record? Then one and one one in one I couldn't I couldn't recall, frankly, if you were with one of the patriots one of those spots that they rolled through seems like they're in most of them. Did you first while the defense was dynamite? You know, is there any sort of frustration about look we've held the New England Patriots to thirteen in the big game. It was a we we play we play good. But we also felt like we could have been better. It was the one drive. We let go down at pass. A lot of mental mistakes on that drive. A from everybody on defense. You know? So we stopped Mahe. Dr Who knows you know, we we may come down to score, you know. So we definitely are build, and we definitely don't point fingers, man. We all we all accountable, and we all lost together. Do you think you know, couple of months now everybody keeps talking about Todd Gurley? In fact, we were talking about Todd Gurley for a couple of months in advance of that Super Bowl my read on it, my uninformed, I just recklessly speculate. I'm not I'm not tied to any facts. It seems to me that Bill ballot. Check kind of called the bluff on we're not going to bite on any play action. We don't think thirty is gonna get us. Anyway. So we're not going to bite on that will run our safety up to the line. And then as soon as sixteen turns back backed us, we're gonna run it back to cover up. What he thinks is going to be there is that a fair interpretation of what I saw those sixty minutes. It was it was. It was a piece of you know, that was a piece of it. We didn't get that run game going. So our offense is predicated on getting that run gang on a bunch of play action. You know, much boots and stuff like that. We all get that. Right. If you stop running man, you got a pretty good chance. Lot of people can't stop run. They play good upfront and stopped are running. It gave them a good chance to win. It seems like it seems like ballot. Check said and Brian floors to give him credit to is to say like you can pretend you're going to give it to thirty. We know you're not gonna try and beat us with him today. I mean, you could say that. But we give thirty if he started busing in blessing. Then you have to do something about it. Right. So we just didn't get the bus. The big runs wasn't there. So I guess that was his plan to stop the run. I guarantee you his first I plan was to stop that run. And that's what they did. So if they was able to stop the run. It would have gave him the best chance to win. And that's what they was able to do. What do you make of Sean McVeigh being so successful? And apparently, you know, blazing this trail in the NFL so much so that anybody who ever met Sean McVeigh is now a head coach somewhere in the NFL. It seems like what do you think about this attempt to copycat the Rams success with McVeigh? He's a smart guy. He's a smart guy. So is a copycat league. They see they see how productive our offenses and the other teams they want their offense. It'd be the same productive. You know? So what you do you go get his right hand. Man, you go. See if can you the barn inquest in view. Can you do shine do and scored thirty points? You say you're the head coach. So everybody going say, yeah. But can they do it guess with see what do you think of say to me the guy who got slept on a little bit along the way was one Wade Phillips? He had hit the factor. Pretty prominently in in what went on there and twenty eighteen with the Rams. Yeah. He definitely did me. I don't really feel like he got slept on the way Phillips. He's go to the hall of fame. So his celebration days is just waiting to happen. I saw the to you. That was all right. I thought that was one of the best. You knows my favorite thing. He did though. I got a Pat myself on the back. I got in touch with him early in the year. And I said next time you guys wear the throwback uniforms. Coach Wade want to throw it back to how your dad bum used to deal. You he did it any picked up on that. And then he did it. It was one of the thrills for me seeing him at the at media night definition, his hand and say you did it and he won among members on the Super Bowl was the best grind Saint codes in though bet bum. You know, so it was you remember all those two younger a member. The bump Philip days, man know about him. I'm a fan. I'm a fan of the game. Is that right? I do a little research, and you know, a know about I I've been under way too long. Not wade. And I told wait just for a game. He was like I would love to do it. But the NFL rules would never let me wear. Can you imagine what looking over at the sideline and your head coach wearing a ten gallon hat, and now boy and all that and a western shirt and all that stuff? He did it hit it as much as he could though he did on the play. Like, he looked good. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. That was definitely was a memory of mom. Let's talk about about the game that preceded that one the NFC title game one to ten how sick of you of of saints fans blaming that one call on you get into the Super Bowl where Where'd you come down on that. Clearly, you know, it was PI. I mean, it was passing affairs. But I mean, it was it was a bang. It was so fast. Even if you watch the tape l-look where I was I seeing the ballroom I seem to hit I could tell that he hit him when a ball got there but the ball in behind him. So that they deemed uncatchable. I I thought it was in the ball was on cats. We do a bad pass over his head or some-. So until I seen the replays the whole game. I'm thinking that the ball was uncatchable. That's why I didn't the flag. So I'm on the field say that that was my first thought that ball sailed way out of bounds that wasn't a cat. You look at the replay. If the ball goes behind the defensive back was it really catchable. I mean, I don't know. So my first reaction was the ball one catch. Seen it on a replay a little bit. I say, well, maybe if you didn't hit maybe could've caught it. So I don't know is it bang. Bang miss a fast game is easy to watch on TV. And it goes a lot faster when you on that. I watched another game. I e with Twenty-one figuring prominently into it. I remember the guy named Martavis Bryant where you tangled with them in the end zone mile high divisional round when you guys were supposed to smoke the Tonio Brownless. Pittsburgh Steelers a little handsy before the ball. Got there you and I have looked at that replay. And you say I'm no apology coming up. It was close. I mean, no, I mean, I you grabbed his arm like that. I saw he pushed my neck. So you he push pool fifty fifth. Okay. All right. So does get pushed and don't do. Nothing back. It's a jump ball. He do this. And then we get the ball. Why do you think than that? So that saints play. Now has inspired this new rule rule. Your oh, that's that's. I always say I'd like to be you know, how cool is it Meli rou because you were you played to mean, Melbourne change the route, I tough you gotta in the past. I love that kind of stuff. I would love to go. We gotta Roby rule. And then the Tom Brady rule is like don't touch me. That's an embarrassment for him. Either way. What are you nervous in specially physical corner? Are you are you thinking I might have to modify my game at this point in your career? You really get to know all this is just another rule to just kind of pacifies some people and tell them that some happened like that at the end of the game were could determine the game that you could be able to challenge it. You know what I'm saying? So I don't think the first three and a half quarters. It'd be played the same football game. It'd be the same and if some type of bang bang plan to in. You'll be able to challenge or if you need some type of chunk plan to you throw four straight phase. And hopefully somebody somebody on one of them in flag. You know, there were now we're back to Joe flacco having some success. That's his favorite play. I'm just gonna throw it as far as I can hopefully get some on workflow before believe me, I know about that. All right. Get out of here to leave a pleasure to see you once again, I love I love the voice, man. I mean, just the literal sound of your voice, but you have a distinct phrasing and and point of view about football enjoy catching up with that. And I want to talk to you as it gets closer big twelve football K, you gonna be row Rick Ross unless miles go. Let's turn eight Kansas. You gotta do is get us a quarterback, and we'd be too. All right. I still have eligibility. I don't know why you laugh at that. If we twenty one. And that's that next. We talked to you. We will be in music city, Nashville, Tennessee, come on out does once again, Tuesday, the twenty third one thousand nine hundred two Charlotte avenue, we're going to be there were Shaun Evans is going to be there. Hopefully, you'll be there as well. Until then thanks so much football fans. Reminder Daves of thunder episode one hundred it's dandy one to track that down wherever you find your favorite podcasts. Enjoy this one football focus. This one's about the game of life. Even more than the check that one out. 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Fraudway

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"Thanks for listening to this. Show and you can let us know what you think about it. At pod thoughts dot com. That's pod thoughts dot com and thanks again for listening warning. The following is the officially sanctioned podcast about the show about four lifelong friends who could be embarrassed in public. You know impractical jokers podcast around here. We go the official impractical jokers podcast back again episode eight eleven eleven eighty. He led all the way up to eleven. I'm james mccarthy casey. Jost antena san tomorrow and we're back and we're having fun. We're talking about this episode. What a fun episode to start art with a big laugh at like a laugh challenge like this. This one's nuts. This one's the craziest one we've ever done. I think it's got the funniest most surprising bit i've ever seen on impractical jokers okay so we'll get to that in a little bit but i want to start off first when sows eating the deodorant. Did you know it was deodorant immediately. What do you mean like like so. Here's my here's here's my thing. All the guys are on the floor so there's nobody in the back like saying anything and b._t._s. Saying oh what's he got in his hand like is that sounds got deodorant. He just starts clicking up the deodorant and then you see him eat it. I knew it was the odor and i was wondering if you knew it was like the first time you saw it. I did yeah because it looks exactly like it. In the way he liked twisted the bottom to get to rise a little bit and then took the lane it was in a net a given brand but it was in a dove deodorant <hes> canister mr thing on another call and it was the it was not dug. It was fun. Dont fun dance on yes. That's right so yeah. It was cute like king punishment air so it is it is edible but it's not does not taste good and it's like instantly stomach kick which sal got later yeah but it it it's the stuff that's really easy to mold to create thank decree things and that's kind of the purest form of it because it's just white and it's molded to it. Just look like deodorant. I read online my favorite snack now and that's when we had the idea one of the i think one of the other maybe like joe burgio or the other comedy producers. I was sort of like hey sal. What if you did this because we all meet the way it works is that we meet with the guys have ideas. We have ideas and we keep secret fritsch. I think either i was a joe or john on somebody had one where clicks up deodorant mites into it not knowing what that would be it but this is what we do. We have these things we go to will faxed. I go will this is what we want to go arm. We'll get down and we'll put it in the odorant easy next and then we'll tell you their ideas does that sound he works. Hey speaking of making edible things for impractical jokers. I made <hes>. I think the first ever impractical jokers ice cream oh it going back to last week last week so ben and jerry's again attention. This doesn't have to be it but right now. This is the recipe somebody come out and make a better one. It was pretty free good. I did vanilla ice cream with marshmallow like marshmallows for like liquid. <hes> then took some intimates chocolate donuts chop them up inside. We have doughnut dough in the ice cream which again we've never seen never been done before. Then jerry never been seen <hes> you gotta try it and then took a little bit of cannoli canola in there so now we had cannoli cream as well and can always shell and the show is is a great because again we we can always on a show a bunch and i had a little crisp like a little chick crispy crisp yeah they can only shell and then had some chocolate chips in it too and it was pretty good discoveries like discovering new ways to enjoy ice cream new ways to enjoy ice cream not with your mouth but not with your mouth how nice so right now i think that's impractical jokers ice cream please hash jokers podcast because we're gonna take our favorite three and and send it to ben and jerry's yes yeah great idea. What did you have a special name for it like fish food. Oh that's what we gotta. Come up with yeah. Fish food is really good que- take fish food impacts is true too so fish food practical jokers presents fish fish food too. That's probably my favorite so far what's actually in fish food. That's fantastic. It's chocolate ice cream. Oh you know what they've got the the chocolate chips at our fish. It'd be cooling get chocolate chips that are like the faces of jokers so you're punishing them by biting their faces <hes> um and then it's got marshmallow caramel <hes> swirls inside. I don't think a missing anything but i said before it is chocolate. Ice cream with swirls of marshmallow caramel and chocolate fish chunks fish shaped chunks. Yeah aside did now yeah. It's my favorite ice cream until the joke is one comes out and beats it kennedy with the naming naming of it. That's what ben and jerry does best like their ice. Cream is very good but they're they're naming even better. I know there were basically doing a free sponsorship for benjamin and i i. I wanna stop right now because they have not paying us. I don't wanna sell my favorite fishing my favorite ice cream. I love it okay. I doubt send it. What's your favorite name. At least <hes> jerry garcia that's very maybe they start star name first and then go from there right interesting <hes> impractical jokers and then there'd be pretzel chip. Whoa hold on a second. Did you just pull that out of you. Just pulled up the decoder in good idea came out just feel like an idiot 'cause now i made this other ice cream that had no pretzels and i came up with a good pun name formula. It's all good yeah. Let's jump back in <hes> speaking puke in. It's going to q. shirt that milana's bachelorette party shirt that was so disgusting looking. I honestly couldn't look at it and then the entire challenge man he it smelled so bad so little behind the scenes here on the show. Sometimes we're waiting for cameras to get set up or people to sit down or the jokers to get ready in q. as a hoodie on he's like can we hurry up. Can we hurry up. Can we just get going because his shirt stinks. It wasn't like actual puke luke but it might as well ben because it was like i think it was like salmon like lying needed to look kinda like pink puke so so like who decided like what it should be is like this kind of like a mix of salmon like like i think a paint and it's like so then he's just smelling this and being like let's go. Can we go. Could we go so by the time we get out there now. He's just like in the heat of the moment so like you think he forgot about the smell but right before they went out to the floor it was it was tense like he was really getting upset. That's just by his own smell horrible version of fish food. Yes this this is bad. I got to be like the you've been the moderator sometimes but i didn't really have much of a job barely seeming coming but i was like standing behind the booth as people checked in and i was making small talk being like you know if you need us restroom or anything like please wait until the end doing a little bit of that business but i actually got a text former during the challenge. Come back in so i could ask you where the bathrooms so i came there he was where's the bathroom and i'm only i'm gone for like a second and that's when he rides out on the cart a suitcase von which it's interesting in those moments like when i'm the person in the room like i have to almost be as confused as as i ah is my acting chops as you like. That's your emmy moment right there. What the what the hell we won an emmy. Yeah doesn't make sense for the best show on tv. I know tina. Can you make that happen. I'll try to do the ice cream first and then you get the best show on t._v. With the best ice cream flavor coming out i know every figure it out all right so moore is on automated suitcase and sal is believe he did that modal modibo yeah you've ride north on a bag bank and then i love that like he throws the grenade by opening up his sweatshirt to see if he could make you laugh on the way out so good and then but i also love q. plays off of it. I mean he's like glow. What do you call that thing. It's a it's a motorbikes genius and it goes into his phone. I'm an pornography fantastic moto moto bag leading having that man pornography the that's that's fun it was great and then we have one of my favorite people in the show's history coming up next rob m._r. Our robyn redressed aid yeah. He's he's doing like he. We can't caller kool aid right but it's that doesn't even say oh yeah and then he was like oh god oh man oh man that hurt and then he walks out to a locked door like this is why we a us rob emmer is for moments like this. You can't even plan it so much funnier that he gets it wrong the and the fact that he's willing to show up for five minutes and cover his body in red paint and then where the stupid costume rob emerson treasure grammar is such a trooper. He will do anything for a laugh into make the guys laugh whenever he comes onset every the me. The guys like everyone's got a smile on their face. It's like everyone's like so happy to see him and it's also important. Is we like yes. He got somebody out. It happened to be the person that does it foisted by his own. Petard was james murray time the screw up screwed up so bad and now we have vanessa who is brazilian who makes aches and appearances dressed like carmen sandiego and ask questions about chubby chuck yeager which was a call back to yes. This is a callback because we know it makes literally everyone on the crew and here's the thing again like sometimes there's like when you're trying to make someone laugh you go to an inside joke and they showed the clip of <hes> of vanessa subduing the the chuck yeager question but you don't see is when we did that clip we had to do like about ten takes of that before of nailed it and the guys have seen the other nine and so it was like an inside joke on our crew because there's one one where she's talking about chuck yeager breaking the speed of light and just goes on talking about has seen her character the man who discovered the speed yup alight and she's like have you seen chuck yeager l. so she's just as carmen sandiego yeah a fantastic costume don yay yeah. He made an incredible gaza. That is why she says. Chuck yeager broke the speed of light. Now joe came so close to laughing. You see the pain on his face. He wants to laugh. He finds it so funny but he's he knows what what he has next like. He needs to get that out he would be he'd be devastated. We we did it would be it would be like losing his parents again if you lost i'm with you know joseph harris whose parents are dead. I'll just grab your dude joe gadoe coming in with his parents and having the skeleton puppets this this is guys. This is therapy for joe like oh. Yes the jaguars how joe and it's it's actually incredibly beautiful that he deals with because it. I've known joe for a long time. I was there when i was around him a lot when he lost his mom i wasn't we weren't too close when he lost his father so i can't speak to that but it it was this it's the saddest i've ever seen joe for a long time and it was really you know we took some time off from the show because i think we're filming at the time it was maybe season two or three and and he wasn't making these jokes right away obviously but i've seen him over the time i progress in he would be doing it with close friends and now he's getting out and i think the way it's a testament to how to deal with with pain sometimes as like you have to laugh through it and that's like joe's mantra enlighten like you know what i mean. He brings so much joy to the world yet. He's bringing joy to himself by like it's therapy for me. It's really really cathartic yet like for him to have his parents parents be a part of the show since they can't actually be a part of it and it's enough shorts morbid but it's morbidly funny and it's funny. I and it's he's doing it because it's taboo so it's like a license and this is like almost all back of last week's episode when he's talking about the super saad and his mom then you have this can insane heightened version of that. I'm eddie cats. The host the march madness three sixty five and our latest edition of our podcast. I was joined by michigan associated head coach bill martel. I needed to be in a gym. I needed to be on a team mm-hmm and i needed to be pursuing championships. Listen to subscribe for free at apple podcasts spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts that so it started like like this where joe would be like the salad be like oh my mom's calling me hold on a second and then he'd be like getting the call to yeah i guess facetime with my mom and he would show photos of the skeleton all like oh no. You can't like shannon like they're all they're all dying laughing and it would be the we do things like that. <hes> that's like this is the people never even saw this progression but that's how we got to him with the to scotland unlike take him on the roller coasters and and then q. is punching himself in the face so he doesn't laugh and god bless him because the next thing that q did did i think is the most surprising and funny most surprising because it's a fun thing on show but like i knew about it and then when i forgot about it and watch the cut. It didn't see it coming. I didn't know about it. I really you are in the room. At that moment. I was not because i i wanted to kind of. Stay out of the room so that like the cameras it gets distracting. I think too many people and if someone's in and out so i came in from her and then left and i didn't like i helped with producing sal stuff and michaud oh stuff. Maybe a little more but like you a lot of that yeah so i was like a lot of the crude had not seen it. I lost if you've been watching impractical the jokers for eight seasons the last thing you expect to see as a backflip or front flip or any kind of physical activity that is remotely athletic the we've seen that in like sketch shows or rather like in movies like you have the obvious stunt person. It's so good in the real real world. It's so funny. That's the thing his car although the one that he actually did look like like a like a little toddler learning to walk. It's just like they lose their balance and bend over. I'm sure he hurt himself not badly but like i'm sure like the next thing is why did i do that. I will and coming back out also and sal calling it. There was genius because that is a deaths. That's dead two of them. Yeah that level you gotta just give it turns signed baldo. That's everyone storms. The court doesn't matter what the score is you walk off. That's game over beautiful moments and that was that that this is. This is an incredible challenge. I can't move. We didn't start the second half of the season with this because it's so good it's very favorite things was when when jos says that both of his parents are there is the look on accused face <hes> if you didn't catch it rewatch the episode checkout checkout use phase when he says something funny joe was talking to me and use like what if i go first and that's the first thing i do and i just ended and everybody like start with that like i was like what would happen if the like like two minutes long yeah i was then we would. We'd have to stop down and be like a reset. We'll play again. You know what i mean but he was like i wanna like slow roll and build up to it and i'm glad he did 'cause. That's funny could've played the game so i says what you're saying. I guess everyone so everyone else starts with a thumbs down and we just run back into it. Yeah that'd be hilarious so that that was the <hes> we we kinda talk that idea all right moving on to our next challenge yes. I am a big fan of a general i._s._b. F._b._i. That's what we call. These kind of challenges where the guys are out on the floor. It's a refuse you lose but and also in a little behind i i be is the name of the device that goes in your ear. Does it stand for something. Yes yes does man always forget what it is. I am stalling wasilla a._c._h. But in iran fold back i've done though what is what do i think it means that i get it wrong. Every time interrupt fold back. It's for like broadcast is a monitoring the whole monitoring thing. I don't understand but what i do understand the end. I love these bits either in singles or in a team like this one and it's the guys just refuse as you lose it is might it's the bread and butter and there's nothing better than good bread and butter. It's my favorite part of the show. It's great to is like because one guy can pull down the whole ship out. There and moore had to kiss somebody he'd do it. <hes> it's marine q. each other yeah. She's like <hes> yeah. I'm good today yeah ah you're right and he doesn't want to do it. Cues face nab moment was whole larry. He's just like yeah no. I'm i'm not able to joke. Come on. Come on be <unk> halfway. No no one it's perfect. There's so much joy like there's still joy on their face. The thing i like about just talking about i like these a lot of joy in like you see the guys break they break each other in this a few times on the floor <hes> really fun to watch like at the moment just kicking it off when they're talking about chester myrrh and q. first of all we'll get back to murray his chest but like they're rubbing this guy's chest hair and then let your getting a stranger to now rub your chest status they look it is i love it. I think it was silly and funny and they legitimate it'll distract from an entire thing remember like when they're doing the game where they throw the water in their face just like i'll give you a hundred bucks to like guys or whatever it was twenty and and he does like they they'll they'll sidetrack entire game chester. I don't know why the mirror getting it lizard off so there's an insider for the fans fans. I didn't know that yeah that's right very on one of the after parties spoke about how he lasers a lot of areas of his body. <hes> mhm man goes lunch. Gross fissured coming back up when i seen murder. There's a few things that he'll say data me. I feel wow you're taller than people think which is crazy that leverrier thing to say to a friend in real life but he's speaking also for all people he's like while you're talking than people think and i'm like what he's like. I always i'm always surprised i'll tell you our foot all the time and then he'll he also sometimes if i have a shirt that's like we'll show some chester. He'll be like what are you doing with that stuff. Omega and i'm like oh yeah. I'm not. I'm not going to shave. I don't want to keep up with it for the rest of my woah. I don't wanna be who i am. I don't wanna lie her. That's so funny. Also they remember another chest hair. Moment from the show is hey. The seventies called they want their chest bareback to that guy in the grocery store at the fun one all right next cuma say watch your ass bucko urine hill country now. What's your ass bucko urine hill country. Now i love what murray does here is. Candy city ass outta here for nuri. Take that candy city as out of here. It's just so funny and then he doubles down. He's trying to do like a tough guy character which y- murray's not to call someone out on like like being a city boy like he's he's the most guys call him out on that phantasm the silent film stuff that they do together so fun like their best kind of their improv chops and and i love the slow turn that murray has to catch the guy filming and i love when the guy does going to filming to bring it down like he wasn't watching them at all. It's so funny. Meanwhile as we got you on camera the entire time but it's so good i but also like yeah film those guys. If you see two idiots doing a silent film argument take out your cell phone and filmed plea silent worldstar another moment. That's crazy the high for me like that forever our chance alito gotta hit a hundred. I know i actually not only one hundred here a hundred at the same time. He did like a double high five ike for his hundredth. Did you see that yeah. It's it's incredible yeah. He yeah hundred sports references to that like maybe if you hit a park would he do you toss the bat. I don't know that you do a backflip. He did a backflip yet his his suck it and his hashtag chuck that was captain fat belly. Do people have baseball players ever. Give the suck it when they hit home not yet but it will cause a bench clearing brawl. You love the bench-clearing brawl. Yeah i i would love to see it on our is it. Can i ask a question. This is really dum. Okay but i'm okay with it. I'm ready would it. Is it illegal to bring the best home run and you walk the bases with playing guitar with the bat oh guitar what about mike carrying it in the air like a hero. I don't think it is i think is frowned upon but there's not a rule expressly against it because if i had a home run let's say it's like just even even the normal game but let alone like if the world series or something like that i hit i hit a homerun. I'm playing that back as a guitar for the whole run. It's going to be a real problem. You're on your knees to home base it james if we're if any let's promise here all of us. If any of us do that. That's that's what we do. Okay okay definitely going in the world series hero sort of carries world series brooklyn cyclones new york mets. Let's we're ready to play in the past either. One i know yeah the levels birthdays renton blue claws. We'll go back with all all right so yeah. That's that's great. Sal joe kiss for the win in right now your kiss. They didn't do it then we win the cash. I don't want to know because he told us. Joy your travels taking a look at all they want to meet. We're both gonna win. I mean that's great. It's like such a fun little like cherry on top uh of this by like the other guys vote into it and they did it and also just thinking about like other inside jokes in his episode. The chop shop roy at the guys are doing with something that our old boss eric liederman used to do in the office he would if you're eating lunch in the office and i go to watch james excited jamesy dude. I'm gonna take a bite here. We go as you're eating. He would make so annoying but very very. It's not you you love it but when it's you you're like makes you just feel gross. Liederman was a executive producer on the show and he would do that a lot of time and that's again like just the guys i take inside joke and putting it on t._v. And it's so funny to watch the guys do it and then when they're staring right at the two kids like eating the two guys like they can't help but laugh to it's just so dumb and sales laughing. Joe's laughing it. It's a very silly thing. I i love this job. When i was watching i was like how does this kick off. An episode like this is such a challenge. I really really enjoyed it. Eric now works at seth meyers who does not have nice cream. I was just looking up at mars does not have an ice cream. There's hope for us great all right. Well you know for this punishment. I thought why don't we do two birds and we call me and talk about the whole punishment with him because semi hit some ideas some notes on this rally and this this is a a crazy story about this whole punishment. We just talked to send me all right. Let's let's do it. We love hearing your feedback and want to know more more about you so he can serve you better. That's why we created. Pod thoughts dot com. 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I feel like most punishments. <hes> are pretty fleshed out by the time the punishment shoots like usually by the time the punishment is ready to go. <hes> you know all the all the details figured out there might be some curveballs thrown him but we pretty much have a good sense of what is going to happen and <hes> this was a case where sure <hes> at believe guys can can. Maybe maybe tell me if at how true this is but if this one is salt lake it's came together a little last minute and this <hes> this was one of those that because of the venue you know we we said go ahead. Even though the crane wasn't entirely figured out the thought was look if you guys can get on a broadway stage with yanni who moore has been obsessed with his whole life <hes> then you know at that works and then we have confidence and you guys will figure it out and that that was a little little kind of couse year than we typically do one hundred percent. This was the lucius and the goofiest of punishments in terms of like planning going into it because i don't get me wrong we planned there is many ideas and we brainstormed a lot of ideas for like just what what we can do on stage right and <hes> i. I actually the camera thing i think i i think it was originally my idea. I think i was because i watched some videos of yanni. Johny which if you haven't done yet folks you should yeah and beautiful and we were all talking our guys and stuff. I was like well. What if food is like a camera. What if the moore was this bad camera hammer 'cause. I always find that so funny when they go to shot the camera guy wasn't ready for and then he quickly like snaps in. I was like love that i love little foibles like that. Yeah yeah it was an idea. There's talk of doing it as <hes> a making merge just open for yanni and just being like you know. He's taking lessons forever. Which you know again we ended up doing at the end as a little minimum tag at the end <hes> almost like maybe like a revenge for the senior lonza thing you'd open up it'd be on on broadway and they kind of talk that we don't really repeat stuff and it feels like a little bit different in like a little bit lesser in some way like yeah 'cause it you you know it won't be a single. Punishment is that of a double and all this other stuff like. Do you remember the name of that. The band was going to be in your alonzo. Yeah right. I remember that yeah yeah and it it <unk>. We filmed on sunday. We normally don't film on sundays <hes> but again like we said we had this location and we couldn't let it go like yanni was on board and when you onboard you gotta go. I'm absolutely i just gonna ask if it was filmed on a sunday. 'cause i vaguely remember emails flying back and for i think all weekend long so we we really rarely film on weekends. Yeah the guys need their weekend they do. They're together more than they're not like. They're together three hundred days a year literally and like so they need like a little bit of time to miss each other and then come back and love each other. They did not get this weekend can't be the love is still there and shine strong and yeah i mean it was just yanni some credit because he doesn't get all he never laughed like like in a good way like like which made the the audience there'd be like wait. Is this part of it like he really suspended their disbelief for yet their beliefs i think the night and i yeah i mean what's what's james. Would you were just talking about about the the evolution of pat creative. I think perfectly sums up what makes impractical jokers special. Which is you know that the the creative started in in what could have been a sort of generic place where the guys were had to go and open for yanni johnny and that felt to me like the kind of thing that it's okay and you know it could maybe work appointment but but the the all all the best punishments have this relatable twist and like you said you know it's it's always awkward when the cuts the camera guy who who isn't ready for a shot and that myr holding that camera just completely elite took that punishment to a completely different place in much better place so kudos to you guys for for elevating it. It's so fun to see to see like there's show many people that wanna make the show better and better. There's nobody who like rests on their laurels and is just like yeah. We'll just get him onstage in like your moore like play bad had with no wait like what's the what's the most inventive way to do. This and it's like we're going to keep brainstorming and coming up with stuff until we get that like all for the joker joker like that. You're like that. Semi teen like we do that too and even like the producers that like are in the field. They're also thinking of. How can we do this and even the editors. The editors are like how can we take this to the next level with how he score it nice to work on a show where everybody is like fighting for that. You know inspired idea. I it's it's incredible the air go ahead tina going to say. I think the great thing about or is there. There's like two layers up comedy there because it's there's comedy within knowing what mar has to do and being embarrassed about this but there's also comedy in the shots that we're seeing mars big head in the screen. Yanni's knows like an all of that in two layers going onto very funny. This was like such a weird punishment too because it scored by yanni playing piano she we had this beautiful music underneath this just like insane intensely awkward moment like the jokers laughter. It's bizarre azzaro. It's like an acid trip. Yeah watching this punish and you're like what is happening right now. It is definitely right. It's the most beautiful score we've ever had. No offense to whoever makes music uh-huh keep them under our he'll now but yeah we should give johnny a job. Maybe just doing music for our show. You probably use. Is it. Oh he would be slumming it if he can't. He's the broadway casey. I know if he came down to the joker. Level guys gone down hanging out stanton stanton island brewery that you on <hes> semi. Are you a fan of yanni <hes> well. I can't say it was so familiar the work beforehand but but now yeah i love him. I mean you're absolutely right to the music really does elevate that punishment and <hes> sounds great. I believe leave. It was his idea yanni's. I did actually play an instrumental song like he wasn't singing or like. I don't know all of his music is he's mostly instrumental. Oh how i realized so clearly a huge fan to question for you guys because we you know i would not there that day. How did the audience react. When you revealed what was going on. They threw chairs. They burn the place that theater now needs to be renovated and we have a lot of money. I hope you get the bill soon semi because it's very high no the the audience when it was finally revealed latte like it was great. It was kind of like <hes> that relief that we see on camera when chase this <hes> revealed to the the class in cusack class punishment where where he did the exit was kind of like that everyone is i kinda relieved in part because they paid big money to come to a broadway show and they're worried that it's going to be this like this was the first song they were. I think they all thought thought it was going to be a nightmare the entire time. I'm gonna have to watch this idiot. They told him it was a joke <hes>. They said that it was impractical. Jokers unlike is a lot of smiles <unk>. The cell phones came out for a little bit and then realize it because even though like moore's got a camera on him like you. Don't put it all together. You're not expecting to see marine if you've seen gene impractical jokers before expected them when you go to see yanni so then. I don't think this clientele are necessarily like our main demographic. I like like you take their like the people who are going to broadway to see on a yes is necessarily like to go they don't wanna see marais ah but relieved and like laughter and they settled back in and then we hung out. We jammed out to some young. It was great like they they were able to go on and enjoy the rest of the show. I'm sure they didn't actually down yeah it. It was really incredible and then also just talking about how hard everyone worked on this and how it came together last minute and at the end you hear q. kind of congratulate joe. He's like <hes> what what did you say mr stage manager. Uh-huh <unk> joe was because joe beforehand ran a rehearsal with producer holding the camera so he could direct a producer around the stage the way he would have direct murray around the stage beforehand and he came up with like little shorthand term than like came up with little cues again like okay. <hes> put put little piece of tape down on the floor. I'm doug her. I go to the blue tape go to the green tape and then he so he could and i think some of that is in the cup. It's gets cut out. Go to the green tape. Kneel down like joe gadoe really did an amazing job all the all. The guys did but like crunch time situation joe just came alive came up with a perfect plan again to execute this thing within. That's out of this ex- minutes. That's it's not only like for our show. That's out of respect for yanni and like his whole production team so that we're not like fumbling like in in a way that doesn't look good for camera like fumbling blink like messes the show up too much like he as much as we're taking over there show for the first six to eight minutes like he also doesn't want to like really mess anything anything up or like stage people you know yvonne and get those horrible shots right off the bat so you're not getting like almost horrible shots and then neither more yeah yeah and i like the mustache shot so funny <hes> we'll send me. Thank you any other sauce guys. I think i mean look at such a great episode. I love the last man standing that was fun. <hes> and it's <hes> it was definitely one of the episodes that we we enjoy our finish so rework so last week. You said said that you were we. We were calling you from your office in hudson yards but today you said you were somewhere tropical where you today <hes> yes today. I'm in this beautiful missile tropical location known as my office in hudson yards. Oh interesting here. Is that a is that global more peanut <unk>. Thank you one more pinochle eleven a._m. Semi wow it's the time difference yeah. I you know i i this is. This is where i sleep where whenever you call me because it's pretty much a braille richmond the awesome as semi. Thank you so much nah. I was nice to talk to semi me. I was great. Well what i was going to say. Real quick was just that i didn't get the shout shoe for doing all his yanni any research that he did see him talking about his talk about johnny playing the acropolis yanni taj mahal. He's so successful broadway's a step down for him play the acropolis. He's played the taj mahal best he had so much yanni knowledge the day of that and he he's just like spouting. It's everyone he was like talking to ask them. Like how do you know so much about your big and he's like well like i've listened to. I know but like no he's like. I did my research because i'm gonna meet yani donny today and i just think that's a good life less respectful. It is like next ah anytime you're going into like any kind of event you're going to meet somebody or i like on job interviews or something. Do your research it like. I competed. I checked it out and i remembered i actually just a shout out in a great interviewer. You were is the dude from hot thing same thing yeah he's shaun. Evans is unbelievable. Guys should be on hot once they should for national premier the ice cream flavour oh it maybe we make it a punishment. Don't tell you okay cool all right. Thanks secret between us. Thank you so much tina. Thank you so much james. Thank you casey casey. You're welcome so tune in for for next week. We got some we got. Lots of more episodes laughed and case. 'cause i gotta teeth who ooh i'm serious next week. Helen check it out all right joey. Your answer is with the mob with a mop the custodians with them up come in joe joe joe joe joe. I know you're married. How do you practice kissing pissing before your wedding day with the mop saw talking. About how did you practice kissing before your wedding day. Practice this kissing with the mom so you're saying that you practice pissing your wife with a mop mop. You're just not getting it. Maybe i'm breaking up. Could you tell them that. I kissed. A mom hates them off. I'm sorry ma'am we're asking this question before his wedding day. How did he this kissing and his answer is the law ten over. Thank you so much you. You guys learned just getting it. I said with the mom mom mom. I made them all in you.

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We FINALLY Remember The Titans

Nickel Package

57:52 min | 2 years ago

We FINALLY Remember The Titans

"Welcome back to the meantime. So featuring Lenny the only NFL podcast where the two hosts have combined six legs. I am taping this week out of balmy Miami Florida, and I am excited to be joined for the very first time by my internet friend, Dan lousy. Are we internet friends is that the except that absolutely? It's the best form of friendship nowadays. Really, the only four friendship nowadays for those who don't know Dan is a former NFL quarterback spent twelve years in the league he was drafted by Detroit in two thousand five which is coincidentally the same year. I got my first fake ID. It was a Michigan ID was laminated by guy took me behind kebab restaurant in village in New York. It lasted a year before it was taken by the cops. Good thing. Like you survived that whole experience because getting taken behind a kebab shop does not sound promising. Yeah. Somehow that's more dangerous than the ide- or women's do you ever fake ID's before you turn twenty one head one? When I was a Yukon. That's where I went to school, and you there's not a lot to do other than like, hey, let's go to this place. This fun stablishment. And usually didn't have trouble getting in. So. Man. Can't this. I told him I knew the women's best. So there you go. You can't story before football stuff. So I went to school in Connecticut went to yell, and I think it was my freshman year uconn had one to two thousand three and through two thousand four I think he doesn't want the shit, right boys and girls wanted the same year. Yes. This was the boys one. And so we wanted to go celebrate like that night, and we were in New Haven, which is pretty far from stores, but until we're let's go to uconn and party, or whatever, but being idiot college students who had like maybe ingested if you've beverages that night. We somehow ended up in Wesleyan. I thought I was at uconn the first two hours there's like one frat in was was win. And I remember partying there and being like, wow, you really small it's hip or that I thought. I grew up like fifteen minutes from Yale just south of it. So I know you well, you obviously went to the wrong place. With was leeann though. So yeah, was leeann very very different you. But so we both have two or three numbers. And now, I know why we both have Philly ties actually both of our spouses our from the Philadelphia area. We're both in our thirties. I feel like there's so much older than me though. No offense based solely on your internet habits. So my introduction to Dan lousy people was actually mostly through the videos, you you post the key you you post these great breakdowns, which are really really awesome and super super informative and a football like myself, we love them, but they appear to be recorded on a grow gopro tape to a dog twenty feet behind you last. They're getting settier. But the last one it was steady. But there was like a looming shadow a ghost had wandered into the frame. It was trying to like what how did you start making those in? Why I started making those almost about a year ago this month I had gotten done in camp twenty seventeen with the Rams, and I was home, and I wasn't going to sit around and do nothing and wanted to get into this world. And so most of Sunday night football game. It was the dolphins. I the Panthers and it was late in the game. The dolphins bringing all out. Zero blitz puts everybody play man, and I was carrot calms. Cam Newton sought change the blades Alana scrimmage to receiver screen and touchdown. And I was like that was just super dope. And. They're in the broadcast. They weren't talking about it. And I was like people need to know like how that happened in. Why it happened? And so my wife was like just make a video and put it on the internet, and I was stupid like and then after a couple of minutes. I was like all right. I'll give it a try so muted to television. I just flipped my phone sideways. And like just recorded me kinda putting out kind of how I do nowadays just pointing out like, hey this. And he saw these committed a math problem. It's numbers touchdown and posted it went to sleep, and it went viral, and I was debts my niche. That's how I get myself to be out there. And so it just grew from there, and eventually one of my friends because I would always hold the the camera like hold it in my hands and one of my friends from school this kid, Ryan skelly just Amazon me a mini tripod is, bro. Grow up sauce. So now, he's at me tripod. Your setup has improved. It's okay. It's the ghost. To be the ghost may be a totally different thing. But setup wise, it's more mature, I really love them. And thank you. And we're gonna this a little bit different. So last week. I went over the trash teams because I felt like I'd been collecting. But now we're back to the good teams because there are some really really awesome games that I'm really excited about we're going to spend a little bit of extra time on the greatest game in NFL history. I feel pretty comfortable saying Rams is thick the greatest game ever played it. Thank god. By the way, it's still being played. But we'll get to that. It's going to be in Los Angeles. But I, yeah, they're two games that I'm exceptionally excited to talk to you about and the first one features a couple teams. I haven't really spent a lot of time on so hit a day titans at colts. All right. So I wanna give one thing which is to coach of the year candidates. I throughout early in the season were before I think it was in the summer. I think I'm Bill barn was podcast where? Matt Nagy pretty good about that one and rebel. And I love the rebel hiring. Because Dan, you know, right out the gate. I loved his language. I love when he talked about hiring Mettler who's the quarterbacks. Coach for the Rams the way he said, hey, this is his offense. And oh, yeah. We've got the best college quarterback in college football history or one of them. Maybe we should use them college principals. Maybe we shouldn't have this like vanilla exotic smashmouth often, then they come out the offense does basically nothing for seek six weeks. Three and three. Mario is clearly hurt hit some kind of elbow injury. That affected his hand. I think it wouldn't feel as fingers, but also, Dan I wasn't it wasn't that. I wasn't impressed necessarily with leflore. But watching the titans, though, I I felt like maybe I was a little bit overly optimistic. So let's start here. Like what has happened between you know, those first few weeks of the season. And now that has sort of changed this titans. Often stanley. What are you seeing out a mar? Rota that you didn't see the beginning of the year. I mean. Yeah, that's part of it. Certainly there's probably a couple of things that are the biggest that don't get talked about enough. So when a new coaching staff like comes into a team, you always hear in the overwhelming Chatters like, okay, how long is it going to take these guys on this offense going these guys don't on this offense? And it's it's always player based them learning the offense, and what I feel like I've watched over the past couple of weeks is, you know, there's also the variable coaches have to learn the players, and so I feel like I'm watching met leflore who's a guy that I know I've played under him in two different occasions as a coach who's very bright. And I feel like I'm watching him start to really understand his players. And so you're getting that kind of at the same time this Morphing of yesterday, the players are certainly understanding the system better and being more comfortable, but you're also seeing the coach understand the players more instill. Okay. What does Marcus do? Well, what does a guy like? Henry dweller Dion Dion Lewis dweller. Chris Davis dwelling. What are those guys do? Well, and how can we continue to do it? And so like, and I told you beforehand the one we talked this morning like the thing that stands out the most like scheme wise is he's asking Marcus do less just drop back pass. Okay. We're going to do less dropback pass. Why? Because Marcus is never done that. I mean, imagine doing something for twelve years and then going coach. Yeah. You know, what let's not do that. Let's do this. But coach I've never done that before. So why are you going to try to get me to do it at twenty five? So let's just traditional K take snap and drop back in more shotgun play action. And so the thing is that it's been nice to see like he still running their stuff there. Mike, shannon. Gary kubiak, Sean McVay stuff. It's just doing it on a different formations in multiple groups in two backs in the backfield and horizontal stretch play action wise instead of vertical stretch. So that's the biggest thing is like a feeling. We're. Being a coach understand his players more than what they do. Well, yeah, I'm glad you mention San because watching this last game against the patriots. It was really a joy to watch. You know, what real one thing that really jumped up a lot of things you just mentioned, especially the use of horizontal play action just this widening. Okay. Which is something you're saying, I think around a lot of around the NFL a lot of this right now having success with. But the use of space really jumped out to me the way they were able to spring Corey Davis who has been kind of disappointment. I think that's fair to say relatives draft status. I mean, he was just shredding Savan Gilmore who's been very good this season. And a lot of it had to do with Luther Flers ability to scheme open. It's interesting to me that you mentioned him kind of bending to the skill set of Mario. So I've always been higher on Mario than most. Whenever we've had the Winston Mario debate. I've always cited with Marcus because I felt like at a certain point. I knew Jameson was his quarterback. And I didn't know who Marcus mariota was one because the injuries, right? And there's little injuries that we don't even notice and we get about like elbow in the hand. And then we just judge these quarterbacks without even taken into account. But also. Also, the fact that he played into this antiquated exotic smash mess game that he never really had a lot of talent around him. I don't know. I felt like if there was a quarterback who had some upside it was Mario now. I recently read a story about leflore and Mario relationship and one thing that really jumped out to me, Dan was Matt said Marcus is finally telling me when he doesn't want to run plays. Like, he's finally saying, no. Yeah. Especially you know, Marcus mariota doesn't have that kind of like obvious alpha quarterback personality. Right. And the fact that now he's comfortable sort of dictating the terms of the offense. I find it to be very visible when you watch them, and it's good coaching. I mean, I can tell you I've been places where one the quarterback in this guy was an alpha male. But the quarterback wouldn't tell the coach what he didn't like because players were kinda groomed to be people pleasers, certainly coach pleasers. And so yes coached his call. Yes. Coaches call I'll make it work because you have confidence in yourself and whatnot. And I've also been places where player will tell I've been a player where I've told a coach, hey, don't like this and sure enough to coach call it. And so it's really good coaching to understand that, you know, the biggest thing is when I always kind of related to this. And I I'm a big Gulf fan in. So Tiger Woods is my favorite athlete of all time. And I always say Tiger Woods could stand on the number one teebox at Augusta. National for the masters and he's going to play. Well, whether it's been he's been playing for a year, or he hasn't played in a year in the reason is it fits his I like it just fits every every shot these comfortable it quarterback plays the same way. Like if you're calling plays. If I hear in my ears plays that I don't like my natural. I'm net naturally. Not going to execute it as well, the confidence level isn't there? And so that's that's a big thing that you know, we're kinda see play out. You know, one of the things with Corey Davis is. He reminds me a little bit of Andre Johnson from the Texans a little bit. Where like Andrea wasn't this? Great stop short space in and out of cut guy. Andre was more of a rounded roll out of break sky. And those are usually better in in breakers, wrapped routes deep inroads. And that's what we're sort of see a little bit more with Corey davises these in breakers tied with the horizontal play action stretch. And so I give a lot of credit to the floor. Yeah. I'm glad you mentioned. I noticed the hickory Davis coming out of the slot. I think more than half the time. I had something not something. I'd seen before with him on the other side of the ball in this game. You know, there's a lot of similarities not which is intellect is similar to. I guess they're both kind of nerdy. And maybe also nerd dialyzers? Who do you think's nerdier and deluxe Marcus mariota? Oh, come on. Andrew luck in a boat racism in that Andrew. Luck is as big a nerd, and I like the word nerd more than I liked to work. Geek, but he is big nerd as we have in the NFL pants down. He's so often. Like, I think the word nerd is kind of overused in twenty eight teen, right? Like you'll have everything a nerd. Is it true? When he when he talks, I'm always shocked by how only at like who is this man, I have working on my Andrew luck impersonation. Arduous road and art all front row that now. I fan. I'm I'm tired terrible. But there are a lot of similarities not in the quarterbacks. But in the fact that they're both clearly in much better situations than in past years due largely to coaching, and Indianapolis we talk a lot lately about the improvements on the offense of line, which should not be ignored and coaching plays a role in that as well. I think they have a first year offensive line coach I saw somewhere. I don't remember. He's the offense of coach from Notre Dame. How Quentin Nelson, okay? One of the starting guards is a former Seahawks. Offensive linemen, thus confirming that Tom cable is. But anyway, sending on that site. You know, a lot of the Andrew luck hasn't been sacked. If I've games, you know, the cystic some of that is the offensive line. But a lot of it is the offense itself watching the colts this year. What strikes you versus years past in watching the actual scheme and Andrew luck as a quarterback? Well, you know, I use this word a lot. But it's multiplicity, and it's not just multiple with the people that use their very multiple with their personnel. Whether it's one tight on the field titans of the field. Three tight ends on the field. Three backs in the field. They're very multiple with their personnel. They're very multiple with their formations. And so, you know, one of the things is like when we talk about empty, which means no backs into backfield five guys out deployed for the, you know, the past concept there even multiple in that they'll they'll pay Doyle inebriated put them on the same side one play. And then it'd be Doyle and TY. And then it'll be brought in Heinz. So you're being Mult you're using the same for. Mation but being multiple. And so you're continuously giving Andrew look information before the snap and giving him match ups. And so, you know football is certainly complicated in a way. But at some point it's very rudimentary as well. And it's like, I always told people like the great coaches bring it back to recess where it's like, hey, I'm gonna give you as much information as I can before this nap. And then it goes back to who was the best player on the school yard in recess that you'd always throw the ball to. Let's just do that a bunch and so or who's your best match ups, and then they're multiple and their temple a little bit. Not as much as like the Rams, but like they will switch up their tempo little bit. So like all those aspects that are coming together that's an offense. And so they are they are, you know, Frank is done phenomenal job of being very modern with his creativity. Now, it's not like, he's reinvented football. He just taking advantage of. Okay. I don't have one great guy. And I don't have to really good guys. But I got five pretty good. Dudes. And so if unless you have five pretty good guys on defense, I'm an advantage. And so I'm gonna constantly search that advantage. It's funny that you said because when I think of a lot of the more creative innovative offenses in the NFL right now the chiefs who just they have such talent advantage at so many positions. You think about the Rams absent Todd Gurley? There aren't a lot of elite a as me list guys or Chicago, for example, where you know, three Coen's really, he's a fun piece. But there aren't there's no Calvin Johnson's. And there there's no like really really stand out players. I think Indianapolis another example, they do have probably one of the better tight end groups in the NFL, we all that with Eric Abraham. But that receiver core is pretty anonymous aside from Hugh, I hill and Morlin MAC emerging. I think the running back he was largely bottled up in the Jacksonville game that had a lot with what Jacksonville gave him on defense in my opinion. But. He's been really really good in that really really helps luck. When we talk about all the things that help a quarterback you talk about offense of line being better. You talk about everything you've just described in terms of the tempo in the style of offense and the quick passes that'll helps but having a running back like Marlin MAC also helps a lot which is something that the Colt haven't had in a while. Now, kind of wrap this up though, we're time with these two teams to me the reason why I picked the titans the reason why I think they're the better team is the defense is significantly better. I mean, the young guys like everyone else, I'm in love with areas Leonard, but that's secondary is just so problematic and the titans defense has so much more talent at every level in my opinion. I mean, the titans defense is probably the most underrated or underappreciated defense in the NFL right now. I I kind of saw this. Sure. A lot of people did saw this coming when they made when they signed Malcolm Butler, and I was like really well because they already had Logan Ryan and adore Jackson. So I was like that's weird. Why would you sign in give that much money to another corner? And it was like they they understand the NFL right now. And it's like you need to invest you need to invest in secondary guys and guys eventually it goes back to what I just said about Frank going. If you don't have five year added a disadvantage, they realized we need to have three really good lockdown. Secondary guys. Match with buyer gives them four and then if you have a backer than they have five and so I liked Tennessee's defense. I would take the cold strict like today today right now, I would still choose the colts because as encouraged. That's our producer to Rica. Biggest fan. I would just encourage over the past couple of weeks. I need to see more consistency from the offense to go. Okay. I have to give shout out to our producer the world's biggest colts fan when I met her. In addition to driving her insane. Aaron Rodgers take which I see mentioned on the first episode really alienated a lot of people from the podcast. And I'm sorry. It was all good. Dan. I'll tell you about a later. You don't wanna hear it again? It's so shocking and terrifying. It'll throw you off the whole upset, but actually has a Colt at two so three I wanted to give you a second to say, I told you so because I haven't talked about this team and I've been wrong. Yeah. I kinda gave everybody the precursor of what was going to happen this year. I kinda told everyone that Andrew luck was going to be the front runner for the comeback player of the year. He's making me look like a psychic right now granite? Now. The granted that defense is kinda slipped from its beginning. This season. But it's still pretty decent comparison to what people why we were going to look like greased it you grease. I wanted to see that more. I think that the defense is a good place. This thing insisted they just had a lot of injuries. I I'll defend there's they've had a lot of really nice pieces emerged. But that there's there's injuries both in the in the back. And I you mentioned by the way before we move out of this game. The titans secondary another guy who really jumped out to me. And the patriots game was Kenny Vaccaro who was a late signing. And you know, I I don't know if people thought he would still contribute or it would be a starter. But he was really good for them in that game. I love that linebacker Shaun Evans. Good defense titans. Tighten up. I I'm into this team. It's a good defense. All right. So moving on to think one of the maybe the second best game this weekend. We're gonna finish with the best game. Let's hear it findings at bears. All right. So we're against the Barra's before you force me to eat crow on midst your. I'm not ready. I'm not ready ready to do. But I've been flow to accept him. His goodness. And we'll talk about that in a second. I wanna talk about Minnesota. And the reason why I'm so excited about this games. I think this is a real test for busy. Okay. Because you know, what time accustoms in a second. But this defense has largely returned to form over the last few weeks or so and the return of Griffin helps all the deal hunters playing it like a I don't wanna defensive player of the year level because that's Aaron Donald, but he's in the mix. Okay. So I find this defense and I find found their failings in the beginning of the season fascinating. Because they didn't lose any talent. Right. If they gain they they added Sheldon Richardson, who's been really good. I mean, the guys are still the guys, but it was very strange. It was like they forgot how to play football or something. There were just like all these out of character coverage bus. And so I kind of I've been watching carefully trying to figure. Okay. What hap-? Is it coaching, and I've actually noticed a few adjustments and Mike Zimmer commented on the fact that he's sort of made a few changes to some of the base coverages. You've seen them play with heavy safety rotation. More often guy to the field. That's one thing that jumped out to me is just execution like they're doing a much better job with play action screens, and that kind of thing, but I wanted to ask you. How does a defense go from being like oh world to starting the season the way they did? And what do you think it took for them to get back to normal? Well, I've spent so much time especially of the past couple years preparing for this defense because I was in that division. Yeah. And ZIM defense. It presents two things to one just scheme wise. It's very sick. Like ninety percent of very simple like day just are one of those defenses that just gonna lineup and we're better than you. And I don't care if you know what we're doing. You can't out execute us over four quarters. And then there's ten percent. That's like the boogeyman stuff where it's like, they get into all those crazy double mug, eight up guys at the line of scrimmage. Okay. Where's our pressure gonna come from? And you spend so much of your time preparing for that. And having answers for that. You know, you've forget about the basics of playing against him. And that's where they really get. You the blitz packages unique. No doubt. But you forget, okay. They're just playing cover three and rushing four guys. And we don't have answers because we only have answers for the blitz or we haven't worked on our regular tackle sets for this week against Everson Griffen. Because we've been so consumed. Okay. How are we gonna handle the double mug, and okay, we're going to slide it or we're going to double bomb stuff? So these tackles don't work on the base thing. So I think that's part of a loud the success and then early on really for this defense. It was about teams kind of beat them to the punch a little bit with some of their blitz stuff in had really good answers. And then the second thing was. It's crazy for me to say this they missed Terence Newman in a way, they really like they minced. Listen, I said and meeting restrict years a hundred four. You know, and we would be like we gotta go after Terence doom, and he can't run into more. And then we would go after he would make plays. And so and then it was like who was going to replace him. The who was going to be the Wayne's really the guy was was really the kid or was it going to be my cues? It was their first round pick out at UCF. And so yeah, it was like this kind of this this, okay? Who is really going to replace Newman not only his play but his leadership and whatnot. And that's really what stood out on tape to me was they didn't do the basics. And then their coverage wasn't nearly as good. So they've righted the ship though. It's much better. Certainly of the past, you know, kind of ten quarters parents Newman, the key Ellen new rodents been good Wayne's. Good mackenzie. Exander the rookie while he's a rookie last year. He's been okay kinda up. Okay. I know you watch the lions closely and one thing I caught some of that game. But one thing that caught my attention was. Detroit was doing some of the same stuff that the Rams destroyed Minnesota with like running backs running around, for example, only this time it was killing them for you might everybody remembers Anthony Barr getting absolutely brutalized by Todd Gurley in that game. And that wasn't happening this time. So obviously Detroit is not as good to listen. But I was you got the sense. Okay. This team has firmed up. Right. And they're just simply executing better in they're playing a lot smarter football. I I'm very high on them. I think I'm higher on Kirk cousins that a lot of people that I really wanted to hear what you thought like do you do you think based on his performance so far that he's lived up to his contract and been everything Minnesota could've wanted Kirk cousins has thrown the most dimes this year of anybody in the NFL beauty. I mean, just like when you every game every game. He's going to give you three just flat out dimes and we over used the word dime. Like we use overuse every other word in the world. But I'm talking like dimes where like oh man that was two inches this way. It's not caught or two inches that way it's batted away. And so he's been worth every penny. You're not gonna find many people who like Kirk cousins. Okay. Oh, you're going to like Kirk. No more than I do. I love him. I actually I I've talked about on this podcast before. And I don't want to bore people because I find Kirk cousins to be so fascinating his no because. Sadistically? He's always he's right there. No. And the tape matches the numbers every now, and then he makes some kind of really weird boneheaded thing. Bring that up, and I can tell you why. Yeah. Okay. I was just about to ask you why why do we not accept him as you know, like an elite quarterback well because we get people as fans we to consume with the kids who win the guys who win. That's just part of it. And we don't. And we don't just appreciate just a position. This is what Kirk cousins does is good as anybody in the NFL. And this is why he does get one of those one bonehead what the heck was that Kirk type plays again. So like he's as quarterbacks we take pictures, and those pictures like, you know, when your iphone, and you could just hold down burst pictures. So that's how we played quarterback when you're dropping back. It's this constant picture picture picture picture picture. And then at some point the picture tells our brains throw let it go. And so a lot of quarterbacks and the guys that can't make it they need to confirm that message. And so they're like, okay. The pictures told me to throw, but I'm gonna take another little quick hitch and throw her I'm gonna hold of and the pictures changed again. And that's how quarterbacks don't become what they should be now. Kirk does not need to confirm once that picture says throw he lets it rip. And so went on saying, he trusts his eyes. Now, sometimes his is wrong. You know, sometimes what he seeing he's not seeing color from one part of the field, and he's not seeing a color underneath. And so the picture that he listens to it just was wrong. And so that's why he gets that one weird play a game. But that's also why he so good because he has great vision. He listens to the picture. The trust is is any lets it go, and that's why he is such an efficient player in a way because he trusts his eyes. He goes through it. The picture does not need to be confirmed by him. And that's what allows him to play really consistently at high level. So he takes. Well. I mean, your time is a little bit different than I mean. It's it's yeah. It's not I guess you could put it at risk. It's just he doesn't confirm. You know, I and so sometimes when you don't confirm something you get bit by now the thing is it happens once a game to a months every six. Really? Right. You know? And so but at that is also what allows him to play. So well, I think it's compounded by the fact that he does fumble on you have to be honest. Like, he you know, that is the problem that he had I think it's rare enough to the point where I don't think it's really a huge knock against him. But coupled with the fact that you know, he does occasionally have these these risky plays. I think it adds up to this sort of narrative. Right. That's come to define him as well as he's been great in big moments this year. So that doesn't at all follow. I think what used to be the story line with him. And it's not really fair. But it is. It's fascinating to me that he can't escape that. He doesn't have a better reputation based on his performance based on. I think he's been phenomenal. Minnesota that offensive line is not good. Okay. And he's been he's very good under pressure this year better than previous years. Yeah. I mean a lot of credit for meeting. He's on track for like thirty four touchdowns and five thousand yards pretty good. Okay. So I'm less. In these the ads the quarterback he's facing. And but I'm ready for you to tell me why I'm wrong. So here's okay. So obviously, you have the upper hand because we're coming off of his bedroom. Okay. So earlier this season. I was down on Mitch Trubisky for the same reasons. Everyone's been down on him. Right. My criticisms of him criticisms, just you know, like a little bit too much clan. Lauding accuracy wasn't there. The decision making wasn't quite there. And it felt like after those first one or two incredible. Matt Nagy, scripted drives. He kinda lost it. Right. And I felt like sure to me. I remember I remember thinking this watching the New England gain in particular as I was watching him watching the offense Washington defensive game in my head. I said Mr. busy is the factor holding this team back right now. Okay. Now things change with young quarterback. So do you think he has has always been better about has always been stupid, or do you think he's evolved a lot as a quarterback this season? No, no, no. He's definitely volved a lot. You went to Yale. So I would never think that stupid. Impersonation that qualifies work at we're gonna put that on. That's so good. I don't know if I see luck or like a like a super old, man. He kinda is an old, man. Okay. So this is where Mitch make money mitch's. So first of all, let's race for a great. I'm a bad nickname. And so the majority of last year throat away, burn it. It didn't happen. It did it. But it didn't like last year was non existent for him. So really you're talking about a kid. Who's made nine meaningful starts nine starts into actual situation. That is beneficial in good and healthy and make sense. And at the same time, you have to lead credence to the fact of last year was such a dobacco so early on when I watch his games to one thing that stood out to me was like Mitch did not trust the coach and this year. I'm talking did not trust his coaches, call did not trust the people around him. And the reason why point out last year in having to pay some attention to it was there was. No reason for him to think coming into this year that you should trust coaches call because last year's were so bad and archaic and to that you should trust people around you because they were so bad last year. And so that's where the people want to call them happy, the bouncy comes from it. Also, you know, some of those off target dimissed misthrows. And so it just like you almost wanted to grab him like you would a kid shake them and go just chill. Just breathe. You know, it just you'll be okay. And so really over the past month. It's you're starting to see Mitch kind of embrace for your eyes like literally tangibly breathe, and sir trusting the coaches costs are trusting Nagy's, call start trusting and Alan Robinson retrea Burton or to Rico inter Anthony Miller starting to trust these guys. And that's where the confidence is coming from. So it's more of his development. That's been really really impressive. Yeah. I all of this stood out to me watching this last came the accuracy was there. Right. The decision making was there. You could see him using his is at times to manipulate safeties that which is something I hadn't seen him do earlier going through his read some of that is by the Nagy is really done a great job of using Traber into help. Mitch trubisky. Diagnose coverage isn't doing all those things not every quarterback can do. Right. So he's he's he's like it is like he's learning before our highs in early. The line defense. Eggs so bad, and I wasn't playing. So again, you know, Dan that like first all good teams destroy about teams. They're good team. Right. Because even even if it's terrible defense the fact that they did to them what they did tells you tells me this is good team. And when you watch him, you see him do things that are independent of the fact that you know, the secondary facing is not good. That's all there. But this is this is this Minnesota team based on what I was really about the defense. I really think we're going to learn a lot about Mitch Trubisky from this game. The certainly the narrative of like, okay? Who's he done it against his beat who they beat in? And all that stuff at the end of the day. In the NFL is not like college football. There is no strength of schedule. It does not matter who your opponent was. And so there is hey, you either win or you don't. And now they've blitzed those teams that they should absolutely buried them. And so I was on Chicago today. Like, wait. You guys have been the basement for a decade like enjoy this right now. Now, this is a different tests. No doubt against Minnesota. But what a cool moment for them to be sitting at six three and going. Okay. We've got Sunday night football with the chance to get to seven and three Monday morning a positive. All right. We got. Okay. Racer self. I'm taking cog. Oh, I really am. I think their favorites. Well, just you know, I truly believe in this or this offense. I believe in this coach. I believe in the coach they have, you know. Okay. How do you? How do you did after Minnesota's defense? Let me go after these linebackers little bit. They've got people who can do that. And. Sunday night. Football Khalil Mack national television against the Vikings offensive line. That's been men. That's problems. So I'm gonna take Chicago. Yeah. And he is all the way back sitting him with clearly the right move. Yeah. All right before we went on to the last game. Let's hear my question question. Lenny for your thoughts. All right. So I'm gonna burn through a few of these for von Steve OD money ask if you had to open a monkey with one member of the shipping container. Those are the folks who work on the Dan Le Batard show. What would you sell in who would flag people down? Great question. I would obviously be Allison Turner because she's the most competent enjoyable person. And I would do, you know, how they they would write your name on a piece of rice and put it in a necklace. Do you remember that fan? Like, I do do you ever get one of those? No, my wife is notorious for like going to the mall, kiosks and overspending. So I'm sure she's bought a bunch of what is the weirdest thing. She's ever gotten. Yeah. Yeah. So she came home one day and got like this face wash. And she was like look bought this on my coal. And I was like how much was it? She told me I was like what she's like it's from the Dead Sea. My immediate reaction was like what you just bought something from the Dead Sea. And you think it's going to work and so from Pittsburgh or something like you just bought them from the mall in Tampa. You think this is going to be a successful thing? I like. They like your pets face and crystal too. Total target for that. Okay. They're real. Mel Gibson ask what's your favorite dish? And why? That's a good question. I've already done the podcast that my favorite food is corn. But my family is weird. Go by I know, it's very bizarre. My favorite thing that I would like order, I really like steak Flynn Brandt asks is for real. Yes brands, Zeke is real. He's excellent actually was Dan talking to someone that they were asking me. I thought was better Zeke or saquon, which is actually pretty complicated question. If Zeke was used the way saquon was. That I said, I kinda might go Zeke is that crazy. Probably better. Oh, gosh. They're both really good. I would I would say I was take saquon just because I'm a guy who loves to go cave that dude's different. I'm just gonna use you all over the place where I Zeke is good. I don't know if he's as Reggie Bush as Barclay comparisons. Good deniro, where do you spend all Sunday? Why usually watch at home and I've got red zone on my computer in a game on TV. But if there's Seattle game, I don't I usually go to a bar and watched with some friends wandering seeker asks if you're moving on a desert island, what film I'm gonna he has a few things I'm gonna go just Phil. What film would you bring? I guess this get tiring watching it a lot on desert island groundhog day last question. Do you like groundhog day? Okay. Wow. Okay. Podcast over the. And ARCHE the human kind of has the same question, which was how did you what we wanted to ask how to on the and one? Seahawks. And what I'm asking. How you follow football. Same answer for both is that my dad inculcated me from a very young age. All right. It's finally time. I've been this is monotonous game. Dan has been on my count. Like, I literally Reverend by Mike. Mike Google calendar. Like two months ago. I am so stoked for this j sheafs at Rams, okay? So this is not the most up to date information. But the last I saw the over under for this game was sixty four over which is the highest. You're taking the over. That's the highest recordkeeping began in one thousand nine hundred eighty six taking taking I'm taking the over. Mike Freeman is NFL writer tweeted like watch this game ten seven which going to happen. But no often so Evans, though with these like much-hyped offensive showdowns. I agree. This is going to be insane. It's oh my God. I'm so excited. I mean, this is football nirvana. Teeth though, Dan because I haven't really been talking about them as much lately partially because there's not much new to say like at this point. What do you say that? They're really good, right? It's like, okay. They're great cool. Let's let's move on. Like what what is let me ask you. Okay. As a quarterback perspective. Does Patrick Mahomes? Have a weakness is game. Yes. I'd say that the. You could you could phrase it over you want. Let's say it's a weakness where in Matthew Stafford was like this when he was younger where these kids are so talented. I mean, they are so talented that they literally think that they can make any throw like they attempt throws the most people won't even contemplate making. And so that I would say, that's his weakness. Now, he's managed it up into this point. Besides that New England first half for like two or three drives. He's managed it. Really? Well, but just the confidence in a way where I can do anything with this ball can definitely at some point be a weakness especially in a game that you know for the Rams defense. They have they do have playmakers back there. And so for a game that you know, possession will be paramount because points should be as well. I would say that's his weakness and other than okay November and December football's different than it is in September and October. That would be the two things for me with Mahomes, and I'm nitpicking and trying to find something. But he hasn't done it on the November December stage yet. Yeah. I I think you're right. I think the bravado is weakness. I also think it's a strength. No doubt. And when we talk about the teams that have caused emissions for them. Denver comes to mind Zona. We'll talk about a second this last game. Actually, they put up that defense is pretty good. Pretty good fight. You know, I think about New England even. What is like forty five points or something? So I feel stupid saying that. But there was. I think that was his first pick, right? Was in the game. It was it was actually something and right, okay. So weaknesses if the middle linebacker can perfectly heightened coverage than yes. That's. But one thing that really jumped out to me is winning through that interception. When he got hassled by Denver in the first half. He came back man, and he didn't change at all. And that's that shocked me socially in Denver game. Just to see young quarterback play with that level of confidence. After any sort of struggle. Rick and remarkable now I had a thought watching this era zone game. Which is if this team has a weakness as offense. No need to get like, obviously. But if the offense has a weakness the line is having a problem lately. And they're hurt right? Mitch Morris has been out for a few weeks cussin'. I don't know if he's playing in this game. The doctor dude Laurenti something already. He's been out. So those guards against Aaron Donald like that's not not the best matchup. Yeah. And I think that naturally that would be something be like, oh, this is something to pay attention to. But. The chiefs and Mahomes are better than anybody in the NFL getting the ball out of their hands. I mean it happens. I don't know where the stats are. But the ball believe he's got to be one of the best far as like ball out of my hand completion bottom incompletion. And so I've got to imagine that Andy Reid is an offensive play cars going in this game plan. Okay. How do we? How do we handle? Interim Donald number one. Well, coach were hurt. Okay. Well, that's what's the next best thing. We can do this gotta come out. And so I would imagine a bunch early on of all the behind the lying throws and screens and quick pass game. And all the stuff in ball distribution. That'll go on to kind of Dr hide some of that stuff up and quick pass game to God knows who on any like, I think Spencer aware like with the of. Frigging wears on. Oh my God. Like, what are you gonna do? I I guess you know, the other thing is dimension injuries on the line. I think you're right to predict how they're going to handle that against Aaron Donald. I do think this chiefs defense is trending in the right direction. Now see now we're on the same page if I've been saying for a couple of weeks. Okay. Yeah. All right. Tell me why. Well, first of all the first five six weeks season, they were blowing everybody out and so going to heavy pass boats. So the stats are going to be natural skewed. Thank you for saying that, you know. And then the second thing is like they've been playing without Houston berry in Sorenson. Yeah. So like, I mean, that's that's technically. I don't know you went to Yale you're smarter than me. But it's like twenty eight percent of your you know, your starters on defense. So it's like, yeah. Of course, they're not going to be as good as those guys were on the field. I just with just Houston. Indeed does different defense. When both those cats are on the field and Joan. On the inside Chris Jones, that's different defense. So yeah, I agree. They're getting better. They're never gonna be. Wow. But they're going to be complimentary. I about dividing three by eleven that quickly. Incredible. Quick math got Kevin goeransson coming back. I think really helps you know. No one knows really what the deal is with Eric berry. Obviously, there's no need to rush back. You know, it's kind of hard to gate whether or not his health is really as bad or whether the chiefs really don't need him doesn't Houston really flash. In this last game. I mean that that dude. Like, he always does this right? Where you're like. Alright doesn't Houston. He's really bid. Andy Ford is having a career just ridiculous season. Chris Jones, also just such an excellent complementary piece. But you know, the run defense is still really bad. I got let me in the other team. Who do you think is the worst run defense though, Kansas City or Los Angeles? Because man, I have not been good. Yeah. And that's. Yeah. I would I would say, Los Angeles surprisingly. Yeah. I just I mean, I know they Seattle is a good run team last week, but they were getting gutted by Seattle. And so I also look at it going. Is gonna get any better. I mean, because here's the thing Fowler wants to do one thing. He doesn't care about the run. So it's like you brought into peace and he was impact last week. But he don't care about. He doesn't care about stopping the run in certain to do so much with sue and Donald movement wise that that leaves creases so they're both not great. I would say L A's the worst two interesting. Yeah. I don't know if you follow Brian Baldinger. Also does the break. He was watching the Rams live makers, Cory Littleton and also Sampson become Matt longacre, I think was on this particular plate. And he's the disgusting voice. Watching them try to contain the palpable watching them just. The worst raw diva has I've ever seen. But you're right. They've been really bad. It's interesting right because that's like wave Phillips like run even his thing. Okay. Is he's been an attacking he's poached and design attacking defenses for decades, literally decades now, and it's funny because in some ways it fits today's NFL better than ever right, which is attack bend don't break. Go for turnovers. Get quarterback shooting a lot right defensive around the league or trying to adjust. You this craziness that's happening offense. I think you're you're seeing more defendants take that approach and kind of give up on some other things. However men like if there is a blueprint for playing Merimee. That's it you previously. Go after Marcus Peters who was actually pretty good in the Seattle game. But I don't know if more reflects poorly on Seattle and they're wide receiver. They're him. But you run the ball. And God knows Kansas City's not gonna have any trouble running the ball on this team. Yeah. I mean, certainly, that's the way to do it because you control the clock you keep that offense off to feel. The only thing is it depends on how good you are offensive Lii in the red zone because if you're willing to do that, you're also there's also a downside to it. Because you're going to take possessions away from your offense as well because you're turning so much clock in being relying on your own game. And if you get down to the red zone and kick feel goes you will not win because you just won't because the Rams offense is too good. And it's too dangerous. And so that is the question is are the are the chiefs patient enough is Andy Reid patient enough to run the football in the fourth quarter. Let's say down six is he patient to do it? And then are they good enough down in the red zone? I believe they are. They're good enough. No matter where they are in the field. But that certainly used a way to go about attacking this Rams really team in general. Yeah, I picked it safe. And to. Yeah. I don't think playing in Los Angeles. I've into. One of the thing though about the Rams that we talked about the defense. I'm a little bit more concerned about this per Cup injury. Then I feel like other people are. Yeah. I don't know man earlier we were talking about how the Rams like Chicago. Like, indianapolis. They don't really have that many like superstars right coaxes, pretty solid number one. But Cup is really really important to this offense. So also. Aalto? Why you tell me if you agree? The Rams as we all know, they run eleven all the time. They just basically use the same guys, but they use them in a bunch of different creative ways right Cup is. So so good at that. So good at disguising routes and confusing defenses. And he's just so reliable for God. Especially on this deep crossers. They love to do off of play action. And I just think I liked ask Reynolds. But I don't know. It's not like you can just slot in one guy and expect everything to be the same. I mean what Cooper Cup does? And I again, I was with them in camp last year. And I remember him coming in. And it was obviously like this kid. It's good. I mean, this kid is special. I mean, just yeah. Yeah. Well, he grew up going to the manning passing academy. And so he would stay afterwards and throw with Peyton and ally all the time. So you're you want to hey, how do I run routes? Let me throw with paying manning and Eli bunch, and so that was very visible. Right. But this is what Cooper tubs injury does distribute disrupts their balance. It really does. Because the Rams believe in balanced by distribution not balanced by run pass. And so, okay, I gotta get girly his touches and woods touches and coaxes touches and coup- his touches. And then, you know, the rest of the touches get distributed between like a Reynolds or higby or an ever. And so that's what it really does. How they take those eight to ten touches that Cooper was getting whether they were on jet sweeps run to run or passes who's taking those and I wouldn't -ticipant that they'll play more twelve more higby, Gerald effort. I just I'm with you. Josh Reynolds is nice piece do. Do you trust him to play sixty plays of really good NFL football right now where I trust Tyler higby and Gerald Everett. The two tight ends to do that more. All right. You took over what point total guess right now. I'll take. Yeah. Right. I'll take like seventy two. I can't wait. Okay. Before we let you we both picked the teeth, which no doubt unity there before. We let you go. I always finished with a few questions. And now it's time for dinks dunks. I'm getting paid for this. Right. They'll pay for. All right, Dan. Are you answer all these? They're usually. Number one. If you Evan any borderline team the NFL a free pass to the playoffs purely because you want them to have a shot who would use. Oh, man. I would choose to Lanta. Jones back. Yeah. Jones back Irvine IDO didn't play well against Cleveland. But just with those two pieces Casey's team doing better on the back into plan that safety spot just this offense is if they get hot for three or four game stretch. No one's going to beat them. They're really good. Ryan also, having low key greats. He's in. All right. Do who's Gary pass rusher you've ever faced? Scariest Pash rusher ever fate. Oh, this sucks. This is a true story. I was playing in two thousand eleven of starting for indie on the road at Baltimore. They were the number one defense in the NFL. And I remember coming into our meeting on Monday afternoon to go of our game plan, and our coaches like this game plan, and I really raised my hand. And I was like what's the plan for Terrell? Suggs. And they're like, what do you mean? What? We're just going to block them with our rookie tackle Costanzo. And they're like, yeah. And I was like no no five secs later defensive player of the year. Suggs was the guy. You're like, oh my God. He's back like describe to the listeners. What? If you could imagine standing there and having a thousand kids throw water balloons you at the same time. That's what it feels like scary man, because by the way, really here. Okay. If you could only one fast food restaurant the rest of your life. What would it be polo quick? Fast food fast quick serve. So I don't eat fast food Chick-fil-A. Is that qualify? Yes. That definitely Chick-fil-A boat race took play I flew here through Atlanta. And I was so bummed. I was like in the one terminal that doesn't have to. Oh, no. It's like why Atlanta? All right. Well, I'm going to change. His you mention so causes podcast is Lenny my dog that you also have a Lenny in your life. How old is she daughter. My daughter just turned three like two or three weeks ago. Her name might lend lend in, but we call Lenny. And she's savage savage. That's my question. Oh my goodness. Like, whatever stereotype that you hear about dads and daughters. She is absolutely that. But then she's also like the coolest kid in the world. She wants to get rough beat you up. But also like better is it you and make you give her whatever she wants. And then I have triplet sons as well. And so she like gets she'll chased them at night. And they'll just leave me alone. She's relentless when are you going to get her grind tape? She's our she'll she'll come in here in the morning. Daddy football on your. She's the girl from she's a Haiti here from the titans. Okay. The question actually who'd he thinks martyr your daughter my dog he can do a lot of tricks. What kind of breed? He's a month. Oh, my daughter. Yeah. Nah insane. Final question comes from Lenny as always so to honor his request. I'm going to do it in his voice. I didn't whatever it's coming through the dog. Steve Nicol happy when the Browns we know and sixteen. Really? Lenny that was rude. Okay. So this is the downside of being brutally honest person. There was a small percent of me that was like finally someone else. Now, all are you like throat? No. 'cause I know what it's like, I know that stuff. I I still get people on Twitter nowadays still go dude or to the person who played for the sixteen team. Like, no that was a different dinner ski that breaks, bro. There was a small part of me that was like finally someone else. Stop talking about us. Well, then you may have been defeated that season. But you are undefeated on the meantime show awesome. Guests. Thank you so much for going on, please come back. I Pol for Lenny's question as next time. And I have a question for Lenny myself.

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[015] Molly and Ralph Discuss the All-22 From the Panthers Game

Buccaneers Observer

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[015] Molly and Ralph Discuss the All-22 From the Panthers Game

"Welcome to the buccaneers observer podcasts. Ralph Phillips, Molly bang. We got all twenty two coming at you today. It's been exciting. Like, I'm gonna say this. Nobody wants to hear this. But I'm going to say it if we blow this team, we're making a big mistake. Really? Yes. Really even after losing forty two twenty eight. Yes, where we are. Right. On the cost. I feel now. Yes. Do you think they have it figured out? What the problem is? Will. I think everybody knows what the major problem is especially during this game. It's something I've been touting since the beginning of the year the tackling. Yeah. I mean, that's that's the major problems. Not the only problem was the major problem if we if we would've tackled correctly during this game, we would have won. So last week. It's James Winston leases that game for us this week. It's our tackling. We'll talk was a great last week either. But right, but this week it really shined brightly as it being the main problem the only problem, but it's the main problem I feel like if we get our tackling. Under control. We can definite- definitely be extremely competitive. But like I said, it's not the only problem we still got some other issues. We've got a big up. But our team is a good team players are good players. Our coaches are good coaches. I mean, I'll -fensive -ly all offense a coordinators. Our calls are not getting the credit. They deserve the the offense of calling is just spectacular. It's point on where does so distracted by how baton the defenses. Yeah. The losing does it when you lose you just look at everything under a microscope and everything gets amplified the mistakes get amplified, but a tackling is an easy thing to fix these. These guys know how to tackle. And I don't know if it's being coached the way they're tackling. Or if it's just there they they're getting confused out there trying to do too much. Maybe the split second of thinking, maybe. Thinking too much. They're just not helping which I'm gonna touch on that about why I think our defense is the way it is right now. But but this was this is very interesting game watching it. Now, it looked like they were prepared that they had coached for the read option is they just you know, the Panthers are just so good at it. I mean, they're they're masters at the best in the league by far the one few teams that run it as get confused pretty much every time, it's hard. Cam. Newton is excellent is because he even looks to see if he's tricked anybody like there is that split second. Where he's faking the hand off and he's looked around to see if anybody bought it. And if nobody bought it, then he's an off. But if they buy it, he's keeping it in Rowan, do whatever he does. He's he's extremely well. Any sells it just masterfully because I mean, if he watching he's just very relaxed, and he looks like well, I'm just gonna. Hand this ball off. I mean, he doesn't he kind of trots a little bit through the line. Like he's ended in the play. You know, very once he gets through the line. He takes off in yearly crappies goal. Everybody's McCaffrey like on the ground. Yeah. He's he got laid out quite a bit. I wonder how much they confuse the refs with that to do the rest are blowing the whistle. Cameramen get confused on give us half of the team gets confused. That would be interesting to look to see if the refs are putting the whistles in their mouth, you know. And then they're like, oh, yeah. Aware they're running the direction that they're running because they'll kinda run outside the play that should be. They should have cameras on the refs too because lot of times you can't see the reps on only two they stand outside. You can't tell you. What can angle they're getting on a play? So to you in the broadcast version or the all twenty two might look like they completed though he stepped out of balance or whatever. But you don't know what angle the referee had. They got the best angles usually they're right there. Yeah. So and they run down the sideline looking to save anybody steps out all that. We don't have cameraman that do that. We should we should have Cam. You know, now they've got cameras on the pylons in the end zone which been saying that for years. But they need cameras along the sidelines to like that, you know. So we can get better camera angles on if players go out of bounds. They what hit those things all the time though. Yeah. True enough. But whatever I ain't worried about buying a camera. The NFL do that. Okay. So let's go over this game. Now that we're on our own little tangent. Yeah. We one of the things I've noticed about this. We didn't have plays. We did not have positive playmakers is a very unusual game for us in the sense that I think only count it six or seven positive playmakers in this whole game on our side. Yeah, they just didn't look like they had a whole lot enthusiasm. No. Especially in the first half the second half that defense came out much much stronger. You could tell they got chewed out or they went into the halftime. And just went what are we doing as because the second half they were much much on point. And they do that a lot. We're kinda known for the second half adjustment. It seems like I think cutter even said that it seems like we're in a pattern of we get down far in the first half. And then our defense steps it up second half in offense does to better than the other way around there. Yeah. I guess that's better. Yeah. And then is crumbling at the end of it that would man the team the fans that really be in an uproar. That. Yeah. It's better to end on a positive note. This. But that shows resilience, and I think this team in general has kind of had that, you know, the they're still positive. They're still like we're focused on winning. It doesn't seem like anyone's given up. They see seem Pissy with each other know, the they're not willing to coach is under the bus. The coaches aren't throughout the players under the bus. I think we talked about that in our drunk rambling after the game did the team quits. Yeah. But they they actually got stronger, especially defense in the second half interested. Yeah. That we're tackling a lot better too. I love this in spite of the meltdown from the fan base in the media and all the problems that they've had that we thought showing you know, fire and Mike Smith and the injuries, you know, especially to Quan is a big one the benching of now other still out there fighting. Yeah, that's pretty impressive. I don't think that we've seen team like this that can just. Overcome adversity like that like think about the last season. We had a lot of adversity. I think would be Xiang says last year with the Mersa the Freeman controversy. This is the biggest this season since then with controversial, right? And they didn't come through that one. Yeah. Hopefully, we'll come through this one. Remember at the beginning of the year. Our defense was we had so many wide receivers just wide open on our defense was just not covering guys. Yeah. A lot of confusion going on out there, especially the Kagame. You know, I've ranted about Justin Evans. He's just. He's just he was messing up all over the field and just leave and guys wide open. When we haven't had a lot of that since since Mike Smith been gone through. I think in this game. There was one instance where there was a wide receiver. It was a in the first quarter thirteen nineteen left Taylor. The dairies Taylor looked like he was supposed to cover the zone in the middle of the field. But he he ends up running over a bit and double covering receiver while Greg Olsen number eight eight ran wide open twenty arts down the field. How new didn't see him and throw it to them. I have not a clue, but he did get pressured at ended up running for two yards on that. But that's about the only time I saw a receiver wide open the same with the the Bengals game. It just wasn't a lot of wide open receivers we're covering very well. Our young guys back. There are doing their job. It's the tackling. Yes. Yeah. And a lot of keystone cops stuff. I counted just players look and see. Out there. I think I counted three or four times where our defensive players would run into each other. Now, make us Duffner mentioned that. Yeah. In his press conference today. He was talking about the fundamentals. Football Hal third tackling. It's terrible. But he said one of the fundamentals pursuit. You don't follow this same color jersey? He said, so that's one of our problems. And then he said there were a couple instances where we blocked ourselves. Yeah. It was it was quite a few reminded me of that play with Grimes that you showed me where he falls. He gets. He falls down and zip block and three other guys guys. Right. So he took out a half of our team. Yeah. We had six guys surrounding Kathy three of them were on the ground and those three were blocking the other three from getting a gallery. So he ended up running down the field for a thirty yard game. And it took the Seib running down the field to that's the one. You brought up last podcast. We're in the ran down the field tackling from behind like why isn't the SIV down at the ten yard line. Where was everybody else? They were in a pile break rhymes with. The bottle. There was one in the first quarter again eleven seventeen left. This was another instance where came Newton had a wide open receiver, and he didn't see the guy which you know, this goes to Cam Newton not being a very good passing quarterback. He doesn't to feel very well. And he's not a very accurate passer at times, I think he had four or five really bad throws this game less than I would have liked in better than he usually is usually has more than that. But we didn't capitalize on them. But yeah. In on that play thirty five and thirty one rain writing to each other knocking thirty five off his receiver which allowed him to get open. And I don't know what Jordan white number thirty one was doing. He just stands there after they collided and watches the play on full polenta Donovan Smith, basically. This is not a spectator sport. But luckily Newton through to receiver in front of the end zone, and he got stopped there. But yeah, they could have been a touchdown releasing. But that was a case of our guys just running right into each other. I don't know what they were thinking. It comes down to this is something I really wanna touch on our defense. We have had thirty one defensive players on the field this season thirty one different guys back there why because of injuries a lot of it has to do with injuries. But we do a lot of rotation. I mean, we've got we've got only got three guys that have played more than ninety percent of the snaps. It's David Dante, David, Justin, Evans, and JP. Yeah. Yeah. Next closest is a call to Davis with eighty one percent of the time. You know what? After today was just talking about hell they're inconsistent were inconsistent. Maybe because you had to a football team in a half on your defense. Yeah. Three. Three times the defense. Yeah. Has been out there. Well, right. And I looked at Carolina and also looked at Chicago at because they're pretty good defensive teams. And they're right around twenty five players appease on defense have played on defense. So we're on the high end. Yeah, we're on extremely high end with thirty one difficult. It's injuries. No throats head. They're rotating them. So we rotate a lot and we've got the injuries have heaven help. That's for sure. But we've only have twelve guys that have played more than fifty percent. We have twelve guys with less than ten percent. So we're just we're put letting like. Noah, spence. He he's been getting out there for three five plays. Again, you know. And it's just we have too many guys going at our offensive line is different on every play. Well, you know, we just signed a new wide receiver while he's not new. Is Bernard radio. We had before we signed him to the practice Cup squad. And then we've got Freddie Martino that keeps coming in and out like maybe all the roster shuffle. Yes, I think that is very damaging to the defense. The offense is pretty solid almost our whole line is played. It's about one hundred percent of the snaps, but we still got to offense lineman who aren't even activated. Yeah. Right. But we've got too many guys out there in Germany choice said this in his. In one of his interviews this week that the defense has never gone out together. He said they were going out to dinner this week because they had never done it. Yeah. It does problem. I think it's why you got guys running into each other. You got receivers wide open. We had at one point in the guys aren't tackling. Well, I think a lot of it is because they're just not confident playing together. They don't know what the next guy's gonna do. So they're they're hesitant out there. Yeah. If you've ever worked in like a restaurant, it's kind of that way in a restaurant. He. Exactly. But they're just relationships. You get when you get busy. You get a rhythm with people that you know, if you know, you don't know where their strengths are how they do under pressure. Yeah. You know, what door they're going to take coming into the kitchen? You know, you know, their general routines and stuff, and you can adapt that away, and we don't have that on this defense. I mean, we got thirty one guys that have been rotating around on the defense Razi just defend just on the defense. And a lot of these guys are rookies a lot of these guys are second year guys thirty or guys, and they haven't played a lot before this. And they're getting thrown out there in the a whole defensive line is new journal. Mccoy's the only guy that's been here. You know that gets these snap, Tom. Yeah. So I think as the season goes on we're just going to start seeing this unit get better and better better. And I saw it in this game. We definitely solidified during the second half on defense. And they did not do near as well. And it was because they weren't trying. I went I hope it will be like a productive dinner together, not them just turning on each other and fighting planning will, you know, that might be good to we might need somebody to stand up and start holding their buddy account, you know, maybe air your grievances. And then you can move on. That's always good. You don't wanna you? Don't wanna bottle that stuff. I mean, maybe we can only speculate Gerald McCoy wouldn't even wouldn't even confirm where the dinner was he just. What y'all guys showing? So, but it was he said it's a defensive dinner yet. Well, that's one thing with ofensive lines. I mean, those guys go out to eat together all tongue because you have to build that come rotary. And you know, get to know each other. I mean Donovan Smith and Ali Maher pet hang out all the time. They do a podcast together. Very good friends. And I think that's why they moved more pet over there. Donovan, and it's definitely helped no doubt about that. One thing you touching on the offensive line for both units. They're offensive line were pieced at number seventy the right guard trae Turner, and he was just he's a monster. Yeah. I mean, they've got such a good running game. You need that line to be able to do that your line is a big party or running game. Yeah. They they were a lot better than expected. But our offensive line has played. Well, I know the stance. Don't see we've we look at the sex and all that, but they played well, especially considering how bad they were at the ba-. Beginning of the year. You know, Ben and not knock started this whole game. This is the first game, right? Started play half. The didn't really hear a lot of penalties. The one behead that one penalty for false start late in the game. It really hurt us. But I do not knock him for that. Because he had a linebacker run. It at him full. Coming in on a blitz and the guy got right to the line and put the brakes on right right at the line, and it caused been knocked to jump up. He jumped a little too soon, if he could have jumped if the guy wouldn't have stopped at the line of scrimmage cross a little bit and been knock with and got fled because they would have seen that as the defense cried spent well the defense hand, if you if you run in like, you're going to blitz you have to stop at the line of scrimmage if the offensive lineman flinch, if they flinch and you cross over even if you cross over after they flinched, then it's a cart spent they might call. It encouragement. I'm forgetting I well, I think what you can't make an offense of linemen right job. I mean there's rules with defensive lineman to they can't do certain things to make offense of Lima jump. So right, but the linebacker for the Panthers just pulled out right at the last second and been jumped back. And that's why he got flagged but other than that. He did pretty good. I think he had he had one bad play. In the first quarter three fourteen the first quarter, he stopped blocking his man, he started his double team with Dotson, but Dotson head to release his guy to block another guy. So been interns to help Jensen for some strange reason leaving the guy they were both. That's an been awkward double team in a clean path of the quarterback. Like, I feel like he's just five seconds behind reality. Or even like, two seconds. You know, like his brain isn't going as fast as the world around them. Yeah. Yeah. Well, you know, I mean this is his first year starting so. Yeah. Man found the NFL golf. It's of line is really hard to play especially as a rookie, man. Yes. Wiley do J starting to ruck. No. I don't think he's a rookie but easy on. Yeah. He just hasn't had a whole lot of starts in the NFL. Gotcha. So he might as well be a rookie. Yeah. But other than that. I mean, he did good and are running back stick great. I think they're they did some good block in. Yeah. Yeah. Runningback? We are highly underrated for that. I mean, there was one in the second quarter nine fifty in the second quarter of the Panthers blitzed and Rogers doesn't pick it up. Well, Fitzpatrick gets away from it. And that's the one where of it Smith completely stops block in his guy turns around to watch patchy scrambling and Donald Smith guy that he was blocking and he was blocking well. Runs around Donald Smith and ends up sacking Fitzpatrick. Yes. Yeah. What happened there, buddy? He does that a lot. He, but he did he played well this game too. He he got beat by a mar Edison. A couple of times. One on a bull rush in the second quarter, one twenty five left fifth got the ball out. But it was a bad throw. But he got hit right at the end Madison Addison beat Donald Smith there. There was some hits on have network called right? Yeah. Yeah. A couple one. I'm not sure about the guy Matei shoulder. But there was one that was definitely helmet-to-helmet that was not called and they drove him right to the ground. But a lot of those plays where you saw pressure on fits or he got hit those were designed that way. This wasn't to offensive line screwing up they were going out lean passage. Yep. Yeah. I mean you like a quarterback that can take a hit not a Sam Bradford that's gonna break out leg anytime. Tackled sister. And that's what they say were fits. He could take a hit. He got hit in the head going for the end zone. And I was like oh, man. He he's that old school now. Yeah, he definitely is. That's I've always said about him. And he's he's a tough guy. He will go out there and take a hit. He tried to do. It was pretty funny. This was a coaching thing. We ran a read option play at the goal line. Yeah. I think we were on the four five yards somewhere. So we were close to the Golan Ranaridhh option. It was a disaster. Fits it and read it well, and he decided to run and they just clobbered him. But then the funny thing is is about a quarter later the Panthers. Ran one of our plays are tied in play where the bites where where the tide in looks like he's going to block. And then he he gets caught up in the scrum. But he shoots out with though. Jay howard. We do that. Yeah. They did that with with Olsen. He sold it very well too. I was pressed so it was a coach thing. You know, Rivera was like, yeah. He was like, oh, I'm gonna run your play. Now there we got figure that read option against Carolina defenses. Probably a really bad idea because they practiced against plays. Yeah. That was my first thought I was like really you're going to go against his defense that that's what they do in practice all day. Fact that sent a mile away. Yeah. They clobbered Fitzpatrick play. So did they execute the one with all sim? They got I think it was a twelve yard pass on him. And it wasn't as good as Howard does. But yeah, I was like man, I thought that was cute though, that they it's like a sign of respect or something or maybe they're descru- and with each other, you know, their screw with each other cut like hell. Khoder did the fake punt? I loved it. I thought was great. I've never problem with that. Not at all not at all. It did hurt our defense. Yeah. That's one thing. I noticed looking at the stance is the Panthers. Head three drives. It started on our side of the field. Yeah. We have the la-. We're last place in field position starting drives. So we have the worst field position. Yes. All year long. Now, that's really a testament to our offense there that we still have that good of an offense when we're getting crappy feeling I mean, I guess you gotta kinda pin us back to eat up cloth. Yeah. Yeah. Well, you know, they brought in punter's last week. I forgot to mention that on our podcast. And I'm like what? No, don't you tear get rid of Brian anger, and ain't is fault that we're getting bad field position. I like him. I how Brent anger. Well, we were there for the practice in the summer. It was the first day in the indoor practice, and he hit the safely of you. Everybody was cheer. And every time he tried two or three times. I think. Yeah. It took him a while to get the first few times he missed it. And everybody was like. Then he did it. Everybody went into applause. Great. Well, they talked about this John jock. Sean Jackson on special teams. You know, they they did on the player interviews today. Somebody asked him about the punt returner because he's done that before he didn't in fact for the bucks in preseason in the beginning of the season. And he had that one for a touchdown that was called back for. To Canada crackdown. I wanted to rip their faces offer that one still hurts me. That was the last one that he did there was one after that. Where he fumbled. It recovered it. Yeah. I think after that. He was like a screw it. Yeah. Well, he said it was part. The coach's decision in part his he said, he's a he's a wide receiver. I and apartment Turner second. He's focusing on being a wide receiver, which I gotta give him props. Because today in the locker room interviews, everyone was asking him about the trade deadline asking him to confirm whether he asked for a trade, and he was extremely professional. He wouldn't comment on it. He said whatever was said is between him and Jason light. And he's again like reiterated we wanna win here. We can win I'm frustrated because I know what we can do we all do, and we're just not executing. So they've kind of got that focus. But I just gotta give him props for being so professional a lot of times, you get these diva receivers that will air out there thirty laundry, say media or Twitter whenever and he has never done that. And he's always despite perhaps being unhappy with the team. He's still a support the bucks. I wanna retire a buck near we'll good. Yeah. Good. We don't need the locker toxin. Yes for and he don't know if there is any right now, but we don't need it. So it's good. That would be the death knell. Yeah. Yeah. If they don't they don't need to because they're a good team. I mean, this is the offense is incredibly good. You know, it'd be nice to have a little bit better running game. But you know, paying Barbara's picking up some yardage. I mean, he's getting chunk plays every now, and then yeah, we're just not running the ball consisting out have to will. We're we're passing forty times. A gain running ball twenty times a game. Right. It's Wade lopsided and pick it up. Five hundred yards in a game. Like what difference? Does it make how you get them? When that's what cutters said today when asked him about these jacks may be getting him more targets, and he's like, well, where do you suggest that take them from Mike or Godwin or paint Marlboro? Like they got to come from somewhere. Yeah. Well, one thing I will say about the Shaun Evans is ado really wish he was trying to the Sean Jackson. Is I really do wish. He would try to catch the ball a little bit harder. How perfect does it have to be? He had to in this game. Where he just. Yeah. You know, there were there. He could caught him. He put one hand out one time in bounced off his hand, if he would've put two hands out probably would call it. It's frustrating because you again, you know, what he can do. He's good receive are you can catch the ball in in in this game. There were three or four instances where he was he had beat his guy. He was established to head of running down the field and Fitz didn't seal or fit. Chose the throw it somewhere else or whatever. But you know, you're like man and then the last play the game when Fitzpatrick got intercepted. It was another one of the Sean had beat his man, you know, he had a step or two on on him. And the Shaun ran down the field. He was thirty yards down the field when Fitzpatrick through it. But he's Fitzpatrick through its short about fifteen yards. He could have easily for forty five yards. And no it went about forty five yards but easily could afford it for sixty the Sean had to actually stop dead in his tracks and turn around to try and catch that pass. It was bad. It's short by Fitzpatrick. Yeah. But there was quite a few of those during the game and Fitzpatrick throw it to him for one reason or another what if you did that one game though, you just decided. All right. Let's make some might game. Just the whole game is bombard might really thought they kind of did this game. But he got job. Well. Yeah. He just had a really bad game. He was he dropped over coverage was too good or a bad pass or whatever we ran ran round rat covering him. I can't remember the guy's name. He said he really likes this guy. And they have they like playing against each other. They're the those traded jerseys. Was it Dante Jackson? There were twenty six. I can't remember her Josh halt. No Hawkins now. Yeah. He did a good job stick with Evans, honest with you. I look like Evans wasn't feeling good or saying he just didn't have the same little oaf. He normally has all kind of like that. I expected them to really air it out there in this game. Yeah, they didn't. So that was kind of disappointing. Their coverage was pretty good though. Right. There's defense. Good coverage. You have there weren't too many plays where we had wide open guys. They're probably used to that. Because they play Atlanta and new orle-. Lions every year to. Yes. So they got three teams with really good wide. Receiving course or passing games. Maybe not receiving course. The thing. I like to bring up we've talked about this during the season is I'm seeing this strange thing with our defense where especially backers are secondary. We're there actively seeking out the blockers and engaging with them and then not disengaging. It's very strange thing. It was quite a few examples that this is a matter of fact on the one keystone play where at the second quarter eleven thirty six left. I can't remember what receiver it was. But he he got the ball in Iran, and he just voided, and we had all these miss tackles and others on that thing. I even sent you a screen shot of that in progress showing how our defenders all ran took a route in angle that wasn't directly towards the runner. They went in front of the blockers. They didn't try to avoid the blockers very very straying. Right. So it's like if it's like a screen pass. And there is block. Cours out in front of it. We kinda took an angle to get in front of the blocker. Rather than running through this exactly it was very very strange that was that keystone play where we ended up missing four tackles. I think they ran in touch. Yeah. On that. When we had defenders run into each other just Abbas twenty one and call today was thirty three slammed right into each other. That was a yeah, embarrassing is the word for it. But we there was another one that this is another one I called you into to look at. It's just very very perplexing as to what's going on with that. These are defenders actively seeking out and engaging with the blockers instead of trying to avoid them. In the third quarter tweet thirty eight left. Justin Evans, had a straight shot to the runner and could've tackled him at the line of scrimmage, maybe even a tackle for a loss. But instead he turns into the lead blocker and engages with him never getting off with him. Never getting off of the boot lead blocker actually, even fell down before Evans engaged with him. Evans could have blown right past him. I mean, he he had a straight direct line to the running back, but he actually went out of his way to engage with this blocker who was on the ground, very strange strange strange strange that one beat a vague. It's thrown to the ground by number seventy three Greg van rotten too. So yeah that was an ugly play there. It's a you. Don't see that often with two vacant and thrown to the ground, but they did him manhandle. They made him everybody on our defensive line. They were they were tough. Wow. So tough team that offense align was playing for real. And this is what you sent in the preview that they're worse off team worse off. Team are strong team. Yeah. Yeah. And it turned out about how we expected they just kinda rolled over top of us. I thought we were gonna win. I thought was going to be a little bit more competitive. Yeah. I'll tell you this. We're only two touchdowns down. I'm gonna make this prediction yet at two points in the game. We were only one touchdown. Yeah. I'm gonna make this prediction now. This is how confident I am about what I've seen next time. We play them. We're going to kick their ass. Oh, yeah. Really? Yes. I think the called the seed was right there. He he he played excellent game. But he was right there with that read option, and he's from Cleveland, he's probably never played against a play action or a read option team like this. Yeah. And especially not one is good. And but he was right there a couple of times he was right there at the exchange handball. I mean, he he had his arms out getting ready to tackle while the running back with standing right next now. That's when you force a turnover. Yeah. Yeah. He was very very close to it quite a few times. But he always chose to go for the runner every single time. And the way they do their read option as they they'll usually pull a guard or something to come back and clean the linebacker. Who is trying to take the place of the contains defensive ends, China, take the Cps place. This goes for the runner linebacker watches for the quarterback to run to the outside. They pull a. A guard or a tight and or somebody over there to block that linebacker. They did a good job with it, not not. They didn't kill us like they could ham. Like, they do a lot of teams. Actually, we did a really good job containing Cam Newton. He had seven rushes for thirty six yards. Wow. Yeah. His average is at least five yards a carry ROY. Well, that's almost five yards a carry. But they he didn't get big chunk plays on all every single one of them was like five six seven young. Okay. Yeah. I mean, usually ho get you know, one of these big monster ones, but we did a really good job containing him. We didn't make him throw as much as I wanted to. He only twenty five times and half of those were to McCaffrey in Olsen said check downs or the dinking down the big dogs. Killed us with them this. Yeah, they didn't get hardly any downfield stuff. They had one with a split Samuelsson or something for a touchdown. And that was unjust an Evans there. I don't know what he was thinking he left call Davis one on one with a courtesy meal with no safety help. Just he for some reason he ran over to go double team another Seaver on the right side of the field and poor. Call Davis was left with this guy wide or online, and it was very strange because Cam Newton stared Curtis Samuel down the whole play. Why why Justin Evans ran to the other receiver? I have not a clue I don't know. But it really hurt Carlton Davidson his coverage to not have that safety over the top help. Do they still look like they don't know what they're supposed to be doing every now and then but not near as bad as they were. They were doing about league average. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. I wouldn't I wouldn't knock him for that. Now, I think they're getting much more of a grass of what's going on on their defense. But I think next time this will be my suggestion next time having to see clobber Cam Newton every time. Yeah. Every time. Well, I'll take up take them penalty. You know, how I feel about that take them penalties all day long. But, you know, get Cam Newton worried about that. Because the see was coming in untouched. Well, that's designed but he was coming in on touched. And he could have just as he climbed McCaffrey quite a few times. Yeah. But came Newton would see him come in. And you know, he would take the option run to the outside edge. But if I was the coach I would switch it up, and I would tell this eve to go for the quarterback every time in hitting lay him out. There are similar size. Right. The I think you might be a little bit bigger ain't had how crazy? Lyman vinny. Curry did the same thing. He went for the runningback every time, it it was there, obviously coached do it that way R linebackers just couldn't get past the pulling blockers stop Cam going on until I would switch it up an extent. But I think the Seib. He would he was right there so many times. And I think next time he's going to be like, I'm I'm going to get this. I'm going to get this. So I think I think we're going to kick their butts next time if this if we can toughen up a little bit, and if we can get our tackling down a little bit. And I think we're going to just beat the mess outta me. I mean, you figure we have so many new people on defense in so many of them have not encountered this Cam Newton read option offense. They did. Well, I think considering yeah. Wrote really killed us was McCaffrey this little shifty run in MS tackles that was that was really the difference in the game. Yeah. You know that read option. Was a big trend probably five years ago. And this is the only team that you continue to do it. Really now. Yeah. That was. Yeah. Butter and Russell Wilson RG three that's all in that same period. And I think those might have followed Cam Newton by a couple of years. But he I mean, he spent so long as perfecting show. Yeah. The whole team. I mean, that's their identity for years. They are run first team. But I think in that aspect we did pretty good and considering that hardly any of these guys have encountered this offense before I think we did pretty good. If we could have if we would've tackled these guys we would win this game. That's well. Well, they've been talking about it all week in the press conferences, tackling better. That's that's what I think they realized what's what happened in went. Oh crap. We forgot teach these guys how to tackle. Or are tackling technique is incorrect. You know, the offense is this year in the NFL are just blow and the defense is up. There are no stout defenses. Really? And this this is something that's expected with the new rules and all that and the new blocking techniques that they're trying to get the players to do. And so we're going to see this, you know, but we have the most potent offense in ineffable. And if our defense can just get up to average, which I think they're they're, you know, I really do. See in the second half. You know, the way they played you could see they went oh crap. We'd be really dominating his game. If we just stuck to the fundamental basics of tackling. And so they did. But so that was good analysis. I'm you know, I'm a little more optimistic. Joe I was to win. I watched the first quarter Monday. And I was depressed. I was like oh my gosh. You know, this is this is just horrible. We look we look silly out there basically guys running into each other guys fallen down guys, you know, missing tackles. We're just we're launching when we're tackling, and we're doing the one arm thing. Yeah. And we're not we're engaging with blockers. And we're not getting off, you know. Correct. Those three things which all three of those are extremely easy to correct, right? Spend a week in practice on that. Joe? Should they win at their whole Karrar? That's muscle memory, these guys Renzo hat tackle. Yeah. You know? They're they're not playing their feet. They're not putting their shoulder into it. They're just they're launching it guys at bad angels. When you leave your feet to make a tackle. There's always the chance of disaster. That's when you get pushed down while you're in the air and he landed on the ground and they just run top. Or they jump over top of you, or whatever, you know, these guys just be and I wanna do a collage. I was talking to Molly about this showing the difference in tackling technique between the Panthers and the buccaneers, you know, you see these guys they see a guy running towards them. They plant their feet, and they put their shoulder into it. We see a guy running fours towards us. The first thing seems like we do is we look for a block or so we can get. No, there's no blocker. We dive out them. Yeah. And then all they do is juke a little bit. Or twist a little bit. And next thing. You know, our defenders ball and passed him with his arms stuck out trying to right wave by. That's how dare McCoy hurt both of his vice right? Yeah. Come on guys, which he still does that every now, and then sticks his arm out. You just like really bad habit to every single coaches told him to stop doing this. And he doesn't do it as much as it used to. But still every now and then you'll see him reach out to grab somebody and you dislike. But there was one spot in the game where we were down by one in the fourth quarter. We're down by seven we've done by one touchdown, and we needed to stop could not let them score. But instead they ended up going seventy five yards down the field took off five minutes. Fourteen seconds off clock. Scored a touchdown. It started off with a temp run up the middle. It got stuffed which if you noticed they couldn't go anywhere up the middle on us all their runs where on edges to see. Yeah. I want. I want to say that McCaffrey tried running up the middle a few times, and it just didn't work I had the stamps around here somewhere. But I don't know where they're. But then this whole series. We just kind of made a few mistakes, and they had a little bit help from the rafts jarash. Right. And I've noticed I've been pointing this out to you in games, not only are games. But a lot of games that we've watched the rest are not calling pick plays on receivers. You know? I'll discipline Jerry's. Right. Number thirteen. He wins. He goes out and he targeted Fifty-three Taylor. The dairies Taylor Gwynne straightforward him and blocked him. I don't know how the rest and call this past play. And Taylor was covering McCaffrey McCaffrey was able to get out and catch the ball for twenty yard gain. Really really really hurt us. And it was the refs it wasn't. It was not a mistake on our part at all mean Taylor was going to cover McCaffrey. But number thirteen Jerry's right? Just ran over and got right up in his way in Haiti. And did it Jerry's right fall and start acting like he wanted to fly he fell on the ground and stuck his hands up come over us. But it was totally him. You see them as soon as he leaves the Lanta scrimmage. He seeks Taylor Fernand down. He see the direction of his helmet. He actually changed direction. So that he could hit Taylor. And this has happened quite a bit with us. But I've seen it all across the league. The rest just are not throwing flags for these pick plays. They want these big receptions. Yeah, it seems it seems that way. And then right after that, our our linebacker screwed up again did pickles and running across the line going after the past. That's the one where they ran our play Mia. I don't know who was supposed to cover all seem Bonder, David. But they both saw him start to block. So they you know dot their attention diverted. Elsewhere and then he shot out for a reception. It's a beautiful play. It's beautiful plane. I gotta hand it to our offense coordinator cutter. He's the one designed it is really a beautiful play. It was the it was interesting watching per call it. As soon as I saw it. I was like, oh, you salty dog. No, I did right after that the c- missed tackle. In Newton was able to get out and get enough yards for a first down here of nece-. Pat him in the back backfield for a good seven yard sack and Newton spun and the seat missed him. And I was just like oh my gosh. She were right there we needed that so bad. But then as Newton's running out on the edge Whitehead comes up, he misses a tackle on Newton Newton was able to get it on a five yard. So it was guy. It was only like seven yard game who Newton. But that that drive right there kind of sealed the deal for us. That ref not calling that pig play the linebackers missing coverage on Olson. But that's just that's such a great offense a play. It's really hard to recognize it. Yeah. And the not getting that sack. You can't knock him for it. Because he was there. He almost had it. But then Whitehead missing tackle and came Newt was able to get some yardage. Those those were what really sealed the deal for them winning the game. Was this this particular dry score on this drive in them? They're up two touchdowns on us, ROY. That's when it took them back up two touchdowns. This this touchdown where Carl to Davis was left one on one with Curtis Samuel. He's called the touchdown. He had no help over top with the safeties. Because Justin Evans run over to double team. Somebody else for some strange reason. Like, I said Cam Newton stared his receiver down this whole time. Never. Took his eyes off of him. Get the quarterback guys except you down. It's not you. Oh, that's funny. But yeah. So it was not as bad as it looked. And I think I'm pretty positive. I'm might even bet money on it. Next time game comes around that we are going to stop them into the ground. I think we're going to get our tackling on. I think we're going to get a little bit tougher. And if we had that during this game, we would have beat them, no questions. And I think next time we're just gonna stop them in their you know, Ralph doesn't make that many predictions. But when he does he's usually right? Just throw them out there. Everybody put your money on on Tampa Bay. That's come to town to get their butts looked. So what we got going on in the news. I'll I talked about a lot of it. Two things a little bit of drama on Instagram. OS saw that was worn out. Once he showed a play where David went to the out. Now, David should have gone outside. The went to the inside runner again around wasn't the. Yeah, let's Damon. No, it wasn't that. It was Stephen sure. Yes. I went back and looked. I watched it like five times. Okay. Definitely david. So he posted it on Instagram in his talking some nonsense tele-monte Damon, not bad. He's just saying like come on the Sinisi play. You gotta get this right now. And so David responded on the video and said dead wrong. And then Kwan jumped in there. I don't even understand what Kwanzaa but a good. Let them fight with Warren Sapp that. I now come on God boiling. Do you really? Are you football with Warren Sapp, I don't think India the shooting. I think there should challenge. Him to a fight in the making. Well, you know, they're they're younger and slimmer words out. We'll talk though, maybe Quonsett, wait a few weeks with his leg. Yeah. I don't think they should really do for their own safety. But I would like to see have that. Yeah. Well, you know, I'll say this about David and one of the things I've always said about David. He's fantastic getting off blocks. I mean, he is the best in the league at it. But the past few years not so much lovey. I think really squash that any got him doing weird techniques. But I saw a couple of this play. He actually hit Ryan Kalil their center so hard on a block that he knocked him out of the game for a couple of places. Yeah. David came in at an angle put his shoulder down. And I used to love watching him do that. And he just he laid about David's, knees buckled. But Khalil went to the ground. And he was like, oh, he was holding his jazzy. Yeah. He went out for a few plays. He got the breath knocked out of him. So I'd like to see that with David. Get his his getting off block instincts backed. And I think we might because he looked like he was kind of frustrated with it must be coaching thing. And I think he's gonna throw it out the window and be like, I'm not gonna listen to the coaches anymore. I'm doing what I do. And if he does that. Yeah. I think they relied too much on the ski. Yes. But you know, you kind of have to when you have a bunch of players in and out in for that. Maybe you have to rely on the scheme. But yeah, I think we should let the give the players a little bit more freedom. Maybe. Yeah. Yeah. This lovey Smith day. Smith jr. It's clamped down on these guys with the schemes. Yeah. You're seeing the same thing. Now, it looks like it's getting a little bit looser, and it might be the guys just being able to play with each other more. Everything. Football sounds home or. I'm twelve so the so the guys that, you know, it looks like they're getting more fluid with their actions and not thinking so much and everything, but I would really love to see them. Just unleashed David. Really would. Yeah. But I think you're right. This is a scheme team. This is it's run by clipboard holder's, you know. And so it's all about data and stats and schemes not as much football. You know, the the blocking tackling the tough part. Yeah. And I think the instincts instincts instincts for Al which that's that's David's forte. Yeah. He he is one hundred percent instinct player. Yeah. That's true. All right, guys. Well, that's going to wrap it up for all twenty two coverage. We're going to get another podcast out Friday morning on the preview for the Redskins game. And it's to be fun. Adrian Peterson coming back to trial Ghani frightens me. As well. He should he looked us last year. I you've got two hundred yard or something. I can't remember. Yeah. It was bad and he's running better this year than he was last year. So that's going to be interesting. We're going to have some some words of advice for the defense will now. And they're playing pretty good right now the Redskins while they they got what by the falcons last week thirty eight fourteen and where similar team to the falcons. Yeah. I would say we're almost exactly like the balconies. Yeah. So maybe we have a chance only chat. I think we definitely have a good tubes. Especially if we can touch up on those easy things the saw the tackling be lacking getting all the blogs yet not engaging with when the first place just run to the blocker. Right. Make them do all the work. Yeah. Right. Try to get around them lean into them. Put your arm out keep them at arms this something. So we'll see y'all again Friday. And if you want to get in touch with either one of us molly's, Email is Molly at buccaneers observer dot com. Molly bay at buccaneers observer dot com. I could be reached at Ralph et buccaneers observer dot com. We are on Twitter are handle is at buck. Underscore observer, and you can visit our website at buccaneers observer dot com and see what content. We have there. We're going to be writing more articles and stubbed Molly used to be a journalist major. So she's a very good writer, hopefully, get her to put some more stuff on the site. Ralph is really good at video editing. Turning him to tweet clips of the game. I know it's just it's I just haven't had that play where we go because I it's hard to get the picture just hearing what's going on. I think I think people need to feed you what get run up to block her. What I was thinking about doing was putting this podcast on YouTube and on the website in adding video to the podcast. So while we're talking about this stuff, you able to see the video too. That's an idea. That's a good idea. But it's time intensive and just ain't allies in these games. Takes me six eight hours. That's true. And as I Twitter is good to a screen cow. I know I wanna do I want to just be able to real quickly put it out there. But we'll get it down. You know, we're trying to do this podcast the Twitter get the video stuff. This is our first year at this. So next year, it'll be better. And hopefully by the end of this year will be like the bucks, and we'll be kicking butt on everything. It's common guys coming. Don't get despondent. I'm serious. Do not get do not. Try to blow this team up do not if you like Mike Evans, if you'd like Ellie mar pet if you like the the Sean Jackson if you like lavar anti David if you'd like Peyton, Barbara if you'd like Jameis Winston or Fitzpatrick, if you like Godwin Humphries OJ Howard, Cambridge bright JP, the see if you like any of these guys don't call for a head coach change because most of them will be gone. That's what happens when coaches come in. They get rid of guys they want their guys in there. We've seen it with all the coaches we saw with where he we saw with Xiang. We saw it with lovey, you know, they come in. They put their guys in those guys go out. So I think we have a good team here. We have a really good team specially on offense and defense is coming together. If we get a new coach, we're not gonna have this team anymore is how it works don't panic. We are right there. I'm serious honest about this our coverage in. Secondary is spot on. We're doing really good with that. We're not having breakdowns. We just need tackle better. Get a little bit tougher. That's it. That's it. That's nothing. These guys know how to do that the only she'll? Guys. So until then go back.

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Ep 77 - Bachelor Raps

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Ep 77 - Bachelor Raps

"What's up guys? We're gonna team g podcast. This is actually last week's episode. If you want today's episode that'll be on our patriot right now, you can get a week early. If you contribute. It's patriots dot com slash tiny meet gang. So thanks. If you do that. And if not enjoyed this one who's, you know. Yeah, we're back on. So when you wash s in the shower, how do you do it? Back to front back. Live my shit up. Take my other hand wipe up my balls like that actually take the hotel, soap, and I like shave it down to like a repository like an anal repository. And I just honestly that would not surprise me for how long. I don't get it, man. I don't get it. I just become what I'll be thinking in their man. But, but when we have shit to do it says, I can't you just fuck in take a quick shower them, dude, you think of a normal brain. This is what I'm saying. This is what I'm saying. I read I read a a hate common from someone being like being like, Cody always wants to end the podcast. Yeah. I don't know the one that wants to end the podcast, but you we have shit. I'm the one keeping track of the hours. True. Yeah. I also here's the thing. I do all that with the equipment and all the scheduling. But once we're in it now the visit. An empty all. It's a vacuum of like time is not an thing to me. So whatever, I don't think. No, no. It never time is like a flexible. Yeah. Like a schedule sort of like a flexible. Yeah. Malleable, yet is it is. Yeah. You can kind of I I'm wondering like it is. Yeah. I don't know doing anything. Like, I just know. There's there's there's a fucking who is that comedian. Oh, a big Leah one of his I think I've talked about this before one of his whole specials is about like late people verse early people or like on time people verse light people know, he's on time person his wife is a late person. Okay. And so like half an hour of the of the specialists like about like the interactions. I don't it's really funny. I'm gonna to try it. But or yeah. No. That's the problem is when I step into a hot shower is the same as going into like like in dragon ball z like when Goku would go and his little training center. And he would like change the gravity and light try to get stronger. That's how it feels for me. Like, I just locked the door. And then time is it goes away. What do you think about just fucking everything jokes my life in my a loser? It gets fucking defend their all three. Those are the same thing though. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Your life. Nice. Your loser thises. Yeah. Shit this holy shit. Is it? Yeah. You feel the heat? You got shoes on? That's got nothing to do with it. So how do you how do you wash your ass? I told you back to front just backed with. No, I are you serious questions. There's question just just take soba my hand and fogging in. There was just laughing at the idea of just bending over like spreading my ass with my. My hands. Into the shot like shower. So there's the water pours. Don't. I'm sure there's I'm sure there's like a bunch of Jews right now listening better. Like, I mean, that's how I do it. Just because that's one of those things that nobody ever teaches you just grabbing your ankles. Yeah. Like a slow. Slow a slow like the shower on the like on the setting where it's like just one host fast stream. And then you slide your hands down the front of your fucking laced, your ankles, and then of your ass and fucking pull your ass cheeks that waters. Put your legs over here. That's how I get like. I get on my knees and put my ass in the air. Like, I get ready to throw a back for the shower. Now, I. Swish it back down to the okay, then I get on my back, and I put my legs up right under there. Right under there. You get a really clean. Yeah. Fucking destroying your asshole has one guy listening right now. I lay on my back. Definitely is man. Definitely is. Can you see my boobs sweat through? No, no. You can't see your poops with. I was I was talking about boy west boy, west coast. Yeah. When when the factor that pop off my behind on this like a a little right now. Yeah. Yes. Definitely like like getting like to like being a big name right now. Okay. It is. Yeah. He is up in the mean seen. Yeah. Hell is. Yeah. Now boy so's saints earlier. But it's crazy 'cause fools gone wild used to post him a shitload, and it was just like a funny thing and like they would use the song for like random posts. And so like some post they would use his face other posts, he just knew the song. And then like some Minecraft mean page on Instagram I picked it up. And I remember looking at my phone one day, and I just hear you wizard. And then in like the Minecraft like characters like like puts in like a pixel as starts backing up, and it's a gigantic like in Minecraft portrait of fucking boy, west coast. I'm just like Oli shit and then the tick tock like parodies started happening. And then that's when it like really took off. It's dude it's unflagging real how much impact talk has now on music, dude. I'm thinking we just make fifteen second snippets of joke songs until like one of the fucking pops. I mean, and then make the whole version. Yeah. I mean, just post them on talk. I mean, that's the that's basically the I'm fucking rich shit. I know I know, but like we didn't mean to. Yeah. Exactly. Yeah. Like uploaded on purpose, just like fucking. Yeah. Folk with that just plan to see things a blow the fog just cosigning my conspiracy of using tick tock music, but now it's even more than ever like now this fucking kid that did that western countries are the war zone. Bird whole signed a fucking. Record deal insane is a picture of a. Somewhere. I forget where it's a major route. All right. So that's going to be the next move on the next team g project of once we drop it. You all got to go to take talk and just make Helo fucking parodies of whatever it is. Like non stop until one of them goes viral. We are going viral baby. We are going. I'm gone viral. I'm going viral yet. You don't even versions of in the club. There are a handful. I wanna play this one. What the actual if you don't know what the hell we talking about. What you should. Yeah. As you know. West coast is kind of mainstream now. Now instead of me, and he kinda he kinda is he was like a niece like fools going wild. Meme for like a minute cut that'd cast that now, but he hit the mainstream. I'm a little bit. You know, I don't really focused boy now that he's mainstream and different. It's like everywhere with him like back. Yeah. Way back when he was underground. So yeah. Yeah. No, saying, I just I don't be fucking with memes that that make it to read it. You know what I mean not waiting though? Speaking of memes, we'll play play this entity riddles did a remix. So it's like boys verse which is just like. So we'll get give everyone like the full guitar. Yeah. From that little styrofoam Cup. Nothing in there. Of course. He does verse which is like. Yeah. Everyone says I look like. L city. Ooh. Ooh. So our city, it's crazy. Yeah. I mean, but it's it's weirdly a hit. I know that's a hit. Yeah. So. Speaking of country song has so that the country rap song has gone Spotify has thirty three million place in s- in all the rest of songs have under a million. So crazy does that crazy crazy that song is to go fucking platinum or gold. I mean, we surely will we should have put on fucking rich Spotify. We still can we still can. But. I don't think it's going to have the same. Now. I didn't go as as viral as at now, it's not as big as I mean, we could you know? I mean, you can't manufacture that shit. We'll try it and see what happens, but speaking of fucking memes that. Like a some mean that started with like. Everyone thinks the ending of avengers. Is ant man is going to go Thanos asshole and go gigantic and kill him that way. And like to the point that the writers of vendors like acknowledged that they're like law. I know everyone thinks that aunt may is gonna go and Banos asshole. But that's not how he dies realize. And then he like offered like a different version of it. Like, what was it like going in his ass? And then like or like getting so big and putting Thanos in his ass and then shrinking back down. He's gonna get so big and just sit on and then get really small and kill them both though. Yeah. But like, you know, his tax Feis. Okay. Well, read it for like, a not that I gonna read it or whatever. Yeah. No. Of course, there was just a looking eight hour period where it was just hell just aunt, man. Like in the asshole memes like like, it was so funny how they burned the the premise so bad. There was one that was like Winnie the Pooh just crawling out of a hole and the do title that man, I don't know anymore. And it's just like like ant man, Thanos asshole, anything and everything that could be someone crawling in someone took dishes layers, someone took a clever shack from hot ones and colored him purple. And then like like rota scoped like the lines of Thanos chin. Okay. And is like the anos when ant man goes in his asshole. And he just like he's like eating the wings. And then that's it. So good. Yeah. Me mcconnaughys real at men. Get big, bro. Yeah. This is whole thing. Oh, he can change is. Yeah. You didn't see the Paul Rudd and an movie night. And I thought I was forced to watch it ended up being kind of entertaining forced on point. Yeah. Damn yes. Some dues broken my house. They're like watch all the marvel movies, and I'll just Lanman. Yeah. Watch it. It was like the no jumper shit. But it was just with movies. Yeah. Exactly. Ran in with the DVD of that. And. And for in Shanghai, noon with Jackie Chan a great movie. Yeah. In before someone says, that's you and me. Saying high noon, I gotta look this up this Owen Wilson and Jack be like. Oh my God. It'd be like. Oh, wow. Yeah. Boy, west coast, man, you is it the club. Oh, how's he real to? What do you mean? Mustache everything. Everything man. His mustache look like looks like looks like it's painted on. Yeah. It's perfect. It's perfect. And then he's got this giant tattoo on his. Yes. That's like where he's from. He's like he was just like the movements in video. Oh, yeah. Everything violent everything. It's so robotic it is he's he's like a. Metron Toronto Chiloe van Boston dynamics actually made him they've made him. He he's the first animatronic cello. The next Boston dynamics video. So this was our next big project, and it's just boy west coast. It's like rocking left and right also fool you was at the club. We have different vocal tones for boy. Voices insane to is. Oh, yeah. I can't even do it. It's strange as everyone on on fills gone wild. Call him. Like Kermit, the frog as like, they're like roast in the shadows voice. Those crying, dude. Yeah. Have you been is Instagram? Of course. It's awesome is is constantly in the studio if but he has no music out on Spotify. He's always no music on soundcloud. Is it just like mix tapes that he's distributing locally or something? I think so I mean, he's got pictures with fans and shit on there. And he does it old school. He writes it on the fucking. The big ass. No path the legal notepad. Yeah. It's like what yellow wolf does. I was watching one of his freestyles. He's the legal notepad. He's like on loose-leaf right in the shutdown got it. Yeah. I wanna do. I wanna stay book like a professional studio session with a big ass producer. And we just pulled with my verse on like random shit, like a napkin connected to some other shit. Yeah. Then like all over a Starbucks Cup. And I had nothing else to you know, I don't believe in technology. Really are like this guy's Ligia. Just wrapping up a Cup. Just rotating it. The club. Yeah. Imagine. Why don't we change the line to this like to screw them? Fucking that whole like that whole underground rapper thing where it's got to be written. I mean, it doesn't have to be. I know some reiver's prefer to do it that way. It's just funny like a phone is just so much faster. Yeah. Oh, yeah. Infinitely faster did. I like to write my verses. On like. Panels of my Instagram story. Yeah. Yeah. And then I put them on close friends only when I'm in the booth. I just I just had through different stances the verse. And then get feedback in real time. It'd be real time. Yeah. Because people can change lines. If they want the good tribute. Yeah. This is why change this. To that bucking that fucking video of now. She watched the whole thing. Yeah. Yeah. So like genius does this series where they it's actually it's actually smart. It is. I think genius is really good at that. Like were they the first ones I started doing the producer breakdowns? I mean people have done but not produce like that take hits. They're like how did you make really doing that? Well, and now they have this series. I guess it's been around for a while. But this is the first one that I've seen it's basically like it's basically the fine rose react series. Yeah. What it's with Williams rappers reacting to up and coming rappers was a great way to stimulate beef as well. Yeah. Exactly. Yeah. And it's called the cosign. And so they had like at the end of the series. They have to decide which one of them. They wanna cosign. Yeah. So they had von. And they have nap. So there's this YouTube rat race he's kind of either he's a rapper, but his like his he's huge on YouTube for for whatever reason seems Dax DAX he's really good rapper. But I guess like he's not that like he's not that mainstream yet. Like, it's just I don't know. I've seen them like outside of you to I actually have seen him festivals and shit like that. I haven't seen. Yeah. He got rolling loud. He was there. I think he's I think done a few like. Yeah. Festivals? Like that. He also got it. He tried to get into it with Tori lanes. Oh, yeah. I saw that. Yeah. Which by the way, I was like fucking kind of late to that whole thing. Like did you follow any of that? When like, Tori was you know, he was like on the best Rafferty and I wanted with whoever. And did you listen to everybody's responses? Yes. Oh, I was like I just tune that out 'cause Tori Tori can rap. But I just I can't I don't know. I can't get into it. When I hear them talking all that shit. I'm just like do like your smaller than me. It just makes it yet. But even those songs off if you listen to the songs, it's pretty fucking crazy. No, they're they're they're look I take nothing away from his writer a rapper something about I can't. I don't know. Like the southern about it. I can't buy into. I don't know what it is. Yeah. No. I see that. I think he's really good at making pop music. Yeah. That's yeah. That's what it is like when Donahue replied dunk, Hugh is small like me. But like all the shit. He was saying I believe. Him. And I think that's the problem is I don't always believe, Tori. Okay. Say like when he liked did that whole thing about like one of the fight Travis Scott and Travis was kind of a man like chill out and Tori, try to play. Oh, tribes. You two bit do transit's looking at you. Like, you my little brother man, I'll fuck in mop you. Yeah. This. It's just not. I don't know. Yeah. And it's crazy 'cause Tori like he's got a song like sue surf sue surface like a battle Rafferty. And like, you know, Tories vary like very much about hip hop. And I just don't know what it is. I respect it more. I'll call them us out. But I don't anyway, I was yes. Like, he Dax diss Tori, and then ended up apologizing or like some goofy shit like that. Is that what he did? Yes. All like a couple of comments in the Naveta were about Dax apologize. Like now Dax is gonna apologize to have what does that mean? Ed acts like like made his video and like try to go at Tori, and like ended up saying sorry. Yeah, weird. Yeah. So now have natve is watching basically, it's like Canadian rappers that he's watching Canadian, and so they're like watch these up and coming Canadian rappers tell us what you think and like halfway through its Dax and a song they chose his song about cheating the one where he grabs. What is cheating on him? And it's like super fucking like melancholic like, no, it's the dude is the is the fucking front passenger Honda Civic eleven pm school free stuff. Exactly. Yeah. Yeah. But like with a lot of money behind. Yeah. And it's like a good rap, but it's like crazy, emotional and. Yeah. So now, an nab is like, you know, Navid like this flexing like confident like, you know, what I'm saying like he's like like his lyric searches entirely about money and fucking bitches and whatever. And so he's sitting there watching this. He's like, yeah. I don't know this is corny, man. Yeah. I I can't really I don't like it. And he's like goes to the next one. Jesus Christ imagine spending so long on a song bruising of video for. It's got millions of plays people are really into it. It's fueling a career. And then his. Way more famous rapper takes a look at it for five seconds yada next. He goes down to just three words, and it's not for me. No echoes. Goes. What the hell is this intro? This is corny. Yeah. That was weird. I don't know. And it's not even like who's trying to be insulting. It was just it was just like sleep honesty at its purest forces. So matter of fact, it wasn't thinking about like potential beef repercussions of what he was saying nothing. You just like what the fuck is this this is corny like it when he goes. Yes is weird. I don't know. That's what it was. It was. It was perfect. Yeah. This is weird. I don't know. Yeah. I don't like it next. Yeah. This is oh that's like so unintentionally cold. Yeah. Is got and that's what people say what they see our ship because they don't know who we are. Yeah. This is. This is weird is weird. No, dude. What else you got? Sorry. I was I was just I was getting fucking clarity on the Dax thing yet. Tori, like ran up on decks like going to jump him. Oh, that's yeah. And then later, then Dax apologize, and then Tory like posted a video Dak saying sorry, and then Tory deleted the completely humiliated. Fucked up Jesus. Yeah. It's brutal for he's gonna jump me. Next the best rapper. Beat me up be on Instagram. Yeah. Punch me right there. They don't be on Instagram live on my back in the shower. Like, I'm sorry. Tori. Just washing my ass right now. Yeah. I'm sorry. I just want to let you know that I'm right on your. I'm sorry. Sorry. Really good rapper and rapper. He's a he's a great Rava. I just I don't know. I was gonna say I was going back and watching like old shit like when he first popped. Yeah. Like those videos have like hundreds of thousands of likes on YouTube. I pop the song. What was it called lit- lit a not not Liddy? Those a new one. New make I was like the first one then for people really praise like one of his first mix tapes like they love that body of work. I not a devout Tori fan. Maybe that's what it is. We haven't listened to him enough. Like, really appreciate fad. I like it. It's just weird. How some artists can like like. Conquer the plateau. Once you're super famous. It's not like his album did bad but his album like the one where it's all like lower case. Upper case lower case here anyone talking about that album. No, not like Astra world know, like how can some artists all of a sudden like propel themselves the next stage like fucking Drake and all those people like he could have been. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, if you like you still can't be I just like it's not member members don't die that had the great tracks loving out some good shit. I told you was holid-. What is the fucking looking people? Love the cruelty stakes people love those and the cruel intentions EP people love this shit too. So yeah, I mean, no, he's he's done a lot of good shit. I don't fucking want to undermine any of his work. I guess you know, what it is for me. He does great work. But then like hills say goofy shit like, oh, I'm bigger than Travis Scott. Yes. Like night. You're not. You're not you know, it's like it's good to feel that way. But like, you know, you could tell yourself in the mirror like to the people. You should definitely be hustling like Travis is at a level. That's like insane. Yeah. Yeah. I wonder how many monthly listeners story is not that. It's got a bunch. Have you heard that new song? Freaky now. It's good. Like, they sampled like a recorder. That's like de tuned. It's pretty funny dove. But they like somehow turn into dope song. Okay. He's got thirteen million. This massive Travis has got like twenty six. So he's like double try though, that's crazy though. Sickle MOS six hundred twenty two million plays. That's fucking insane. Crazy look oppose of poses his mom, bro. Forty eight. He's number. I think he's forty eight million. That's insanity. Rockstar has one point four billion place. Fucking Royal on that show that tank God, dude one point four billion that that dog. Yes. Lad came that's just on Spotify to apple music. Probably is like one billion that came out win last year sometime. No. Maybe beginning of last year. Yes. Before that about for a couple of years has it. Let me let me look at the release date. That's fucking. That's wild. No beginning of last year. I think because on beer bonds. Let's see. Let's see. Let's see. Let's see what it is. It's it's it's all about the fucking sophomore album dog. It came out twenty eighteen really. Yeah. Those last year a billion in a half plays in like a year. That's fucking nuts. I think that's how that's how that happens. Yeah. Our release. Yeah. Yeah. This is a maker break moment. It really is a weird it happens. Because dude, it I mean, people are quick to shut you off man. The you know, they they like. Especially with music. I'm I'm that picky. You know that guy was dove and put us from. What is whack? Yeah. Like, our try try to change my attitude in that capacity. Try to give artists the benefit of the doubt. And like if they have like was a flop for me. I try to tell myself like, well, you know, creative shit doesn't always land. You gotta give it another chance. But not everyone else is gonna do that. Yeah. You know? And it's. The other thing that's crazy to me is even like even with. Infinite access to music. Do you do you think most people have complex playlists? What do you mean? Like, I feel like a meet people, and they listen to like twenty or thirty songs a year. You know what I'm saying? What do you mean? Like, I'll meet I don't know. Like, I'll talk about music you heard of this person. They go. No, like, maybe them talking to people who are like mid twenties or later like, and I see it on Twitter, you know, like people the double XL freshman list came out, and they're these tweets like blowing the fuck out the being like who are these people as like NAR Mosey like fucking dues who are have been around for a minute. And like are definitely coming up. And like one tweet being like, you are so attitude if you don't know who this is and that tweet had less re tweets than than the other one. It was like a majority of people dinner recognize anyone the double XL freshman list because they only listen to fucking rap genius. Like the hip hop playlists on whatever rap caviar. Yeah. That's what I'm their idea of hip. Hop. Rap caviar. That's what I mean. I feel like the average person doesn't have like a complex like playlist or anything that is like that. They put together the problem is that like hip hop is like like. It's the biggest genre. Now. So you it's the new Patmore Zik. So only willing to look into it as much as they would a mainstream genre. Yeah. So they just here whatever's on the radio they hear the red caviar playlist, but they're not like doing they're not like on worldstar like looking at the new videos. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Bennett and all that shit. Oh, and that and like hip hop is so much like pop now like, you know, a lot of shit is melodic, and, you know, auto tune, and so it it like it. Replaces I feel like a lot of the top forty shit. Gotta go ahead. No, no, does all say nab was talking that video about like he he was listening to people when when he heard someone using the auto tune correctly, he'd make a note of that he'd like they use auto tune correctly. You can't hear the auto tune changing the note, like they're still they're good at singing, you can tell you can tell on a tune. But you can't hear it switch. You can't. Yes. Sounds like t pain shit. Yeah. And I like and a bunch of my friends have said that to like Devon's like, I don't like the way that you use auto tune gonna like how much auto tune is on your voice, and I get comments to like on the newest song people being like way too much audit. Tune that good. But I fucking love that sound of like, the pitchy. Like bonding on locals only like the way we use it like full retune speed. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, I think it depends. I think you gotta do certain way. I mean t pain I would I would say TV uses it correctly. He'd like he hits the notes. Yeah. Okay. Examples, an incredible voice. Yeah. A boogie is like a dude, you know. Okay. Yeah. Swerving. Yeah. That's does dove. Is fuck. Yeah. And little Tracy. He uses the same way. Retune speeches goes for it. I think it just depends. I definitely I love the sound of that. I think auto tune as a sound for younger people is is like a thing that they're like used to and they like to hear it. I definitely think that's a sign of someone who is fucking older. They there's some about oughta tune that like really puts off people out here late twenties. They fucking hate it. They don't get it at all. We could we we are as young people like we're on twenty one. And I'm like, I'm twenty. Yeah. So it's to us. It's like, yeah. It's totally. Yeah. No, it's more. Like all we've known because we we weren't even around like when people weren't using ought to. Yeah. I've never heard anything without. I've never listened like Selena honor that I've never listened to like any like basic it like just, you know, our MB and never listen, you know, tons of black street and never listening. You know, we gotta take a quick break. We'll be right back. Yeah. Guys. We wanna thank express VPN for sponsoring this episode of the podcast and admitted you think that's cybercrime is something that happens to other people. You may think that no one wants your data because your data sucks. Major ass or that. Hackers can't grab your passwords or credit card details, but guess what? If you think that you'd be wrong stealing data from unsuspecting people on public WI fi is one of the simplest and cheapest ways for hackers to make money. Okay. But with express VPN you can protect yourself. Yes. Express VPN secures an anonymous as your internet, browsing encrypting your data and hiding public IP address. 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That would all tune everything I say, I would do it does the funniest shit to me when someone who is like almost thirty goes like how do you like listen to stuff like this like future? I hate like they always reference future eight future. I can't understand anything sent. Yes. You can you can actually you. You're a dumb ass if you don't try. No, you don't. It's actually pretty easy future has the least complex rafting on earth. You can hear it. Yeah. I even hate that phrase mumble rap 'cause people so say dead just with using auto tune. Yeah. Oh, this is mumble rep. No not dog. You just your fucking old. And you don't get it. Like you need like that nineties. Boom, bap like stupid them spelling it out for you. These are words aren't saying. Hey, is it slow enough for you to hear you are older fuck at a that like want them? Anyway, I hate to. I was hip hop like fun and dancy. I when it was slow and your old as body could like get down because now your joints hurt when you try to fuck in whip. Did you see that like bachelor rap from that girl? Yeah. That was the girls. Clowning hannidy are. I completely forgot. She did that she's a whole white people are apt. She told the dude she told the do what the fuck is name Holton Colton. How do I forget them memory is gonna shit? She tells Colton before dinner at her place. He goes. I'm pretty good rapper and there at dinner at dinner with her white as fuck fucking family. And she's like, I'm are you out of play that clip or her redemption click. Okay. Yes. So she goes I'm pretty good rapper. So if you could just give me a beat. And then I think he starts beat boxing it, which anytime a goofy. As anybody beat boxes. I'm cringing. There's one thing on earth. That is like nails on a chalkboard is beat boxing, dude. I said that the bone it. When like some like waspy family is doing it. Oh, dude. It's like the Gary on the kick drum come come Gary. In g redemption. So then she does this redemption RAB on the bachelor account and dish it made me just want to in. Damn. It's not on YouTube is on Twitter home to stuff. My dick into a vending machine. Just let like tons of coke just smash my dick into a garbage disposal shit on. Yeah. God damn it. It hurts. I'm like, okay. Here clinton. It's on Facebook. Yeah. This is per it's on Facebook. This how you know, it's bad. It's not a YouTube, but it's on Facebook. Here we go. Fuck off. I don't even wanna hear it. So good. Someone commented on on that that they knew Hannah g in college says she was. Hey, what's up? My name is Hannah. Let me tell you. Rose makeup. Really? PS final couldn't wait night with school. Face. Was I crazy enough to make them. He made that look really easy. And now, I'm reliving the hand of waiting Colton. Colton came from my roommate. Never thought. That's most. I mean, it could be actually seems really sorry. We'll be comfortable and. Almost flocking. I'm gonna do the splits right on this table. If that goes any longer. Would just jump up and just smash my fucking balls onto this shit. This isn't serious, and she makes fun of herself in the video. It's a joke just laugh and move on. No, no. But the joke isn't how bad she is wrapping. Yeah. The things. She's good. Yeah. Yeah. Because it's called the redemption rep. It's not a joke. If it's redemption, you're not trying to like go. Debbie boxing, too. To to. You'll Ravin at that speed is so easy. It's crazy. How easy that shit is? Oh, we are confirmed. We might our guests for the next bonus episode, and you guys are going to go crazy for this. It's gonna wile. That's real. Yeah. So this will be live the week. We record it. So it should be of the week after that's crazy. That's great pull this off. No. We will is off. Yeah. Yeah. I think in person or did you think like over Skype or whatever? In person. Okay. I'll try and see trying to make that happen where we going to be in New York. Okay. Okay. So. Fucking hell. All right L. Broth. You believe it if you if I told you love. Oh, my name is Cody Cohen, I'm here to say. It's already bad. I hate it. I hate that shit. My name is my. Friend, Mike, I just docs them. Holy shit. Can you censor that that got to do a lot of? Yeah. I guess you know, I hate that shit. Whatever. Whatever it's fine. It's fine. Good this dude in. In high school, my friend like middle school, whatever use this line. He say my name is Mike Deion on the ladies choice. I don't know why always like that line. I always like very like. Like brothers or whatever rolls off the tongue. Yeah. My name is Mike dean. Ladies choice. My name is Mike dean. I'm the ladies choice. I get all the panties. So they love my voice. I drive a Honda Civic. I don't drive no Royce. Kesri Chris cold ones with my boys. I I'm in high school. I have a cool dad. Whatever is good. Yeah. Thanks. He'd have a pretty cool that did. What we got show tonight. We have ever told the story. Yeah. I think I did what I like had done some show in Culver city. And that was like, yeah. I told his story is due to Ron. Yeah. I just remember like a cipher from that night, which was like the most intimidating should have ever been a part of. But did you say it was just like it was the first time I had stepped into a like a group of like all very fucking like like local icon. Ick ravaris young dudes that can wrap their ass off old. The measures last. It's thirty year old dude way too old to be best shows. It was Triune. He was like fucking. He he dwarfed all of us big ass, dude. And this is a battle rap. It was a show just like a hip hop show. And it was just a bunch of rafters there. Do's wanted to RAB dues like squatting to like get five minutes on the state. It was like some standup ship. It was just ravenous. You know, they all knew the promoter, Stu verbs Furby s and so the kind of loitering outside the shit. And someone just starts Ravin no beat box. That's how you know. It's dope. Just like oh. He just started like revenue people started forming around him and then Cullimore boys jumped in. And then this do try you just walked in some dude Batta spit, and he just like goes in front of him. And he just starts like like just freestyle and cold off the top. I'm like, Yep. I gotta go home. I gotta go in there. I mean, like, I just I choked. I was so nervous. I was like no way. Dude. I did not want embarrass myself. But I got on stage and killed it. And I got off and people's like if you really abra you could rent. Yeah. So you know, whatever what you're gonna say. I was just saying what was what else we own what else going on? You gotta show today. Yeah. This is. So we're like, we're the episodes are little staggered because I'm going back to Amsterdam. Oh, yeah. After a little Torah. Yeah. I am actually it'll be the smoke some of the devils Bubes. I mean. I mean, I said this before what unintentionally revealing their own four twenty. Oh, yeah. That's going to be crazy. I mean, I I think I'm just hoping. We'll be cool atmosphere. Definitely. I was hoping it's vibe, you know. Yeah. That'll definitely be a good five. People will be smoking the cheap over there. You'll speaking of slang. There's video and read it of another going read it it was like how to speak to Jin's e. Okay. And it was like this dude parodying like phrases that like young people use. But it's just man it was it was bad. It was it was supposed to be. But it just like all it demonstrates that this dude had no like you didn't understand like really modern anything like hit like oh God. Dammit, it it just felt like a BuzzFeed video like like, what was like one of the examples. He was so what he would say like he would deliver a phrase, and then like he he dressed up like a jen's e person, and like repeat like, basically, translated whatever that was. He was a hey, how you doing? And then he like sup. No, I'm like, no jen's e person Sud, dude. Yeah. Young person. Does that no young person goes like suck was no they speak normal. The I don't really speak normal. Maybe fucking video what you posted. That. Yeah. That's it. That was. Yeah. The T cysts Faulk love a blind Queen. No, we stand up line Bill. We stand. A blind bitch, y'all video. It's just growing cards. He like takes a sip out of a Starbucks tea. And she does like the musically version of a rant like it's also she's like this is the motherfucking t- cysts, and she was like smashing her fingers on the camera lens. And then she's like, so I have I had to get glasses. We stand a blind bitch. Just are you all you are his just like a recycling? Bin of of mean, phrases. He say anything say anything that's your own say anything that's original dam, which is true. But this guy's video was like. Basically in his like, I think in his view young people go a no cap, that's Liz straight up bet. And it's like now like it who they kind of fucking do they kind of do. But I I view it more as it's like sprinkled into what they say. Like that that girl is like the extreme. Okay. They're definitely young people like that. But I would say not the majority of people just like go around your like you wanna get a drink. And they'll. Yeah. Bet for sure as Liddy was up like I think that's like a specific. You know, subgroup. That's that's just like dudes who pay fifty gram and girls like that, you know, doing tick tock, no cab. Yeah. No cat tick tock, no cat videos. Now. I'm saying no capture the yeah. No. Yeah. I'm just Liddy. I mean. Yeah. Gang shit. Kind of con- crazy how no cab just came out of nowhere. I know it, dude. It's it's just like, we're New York slang that some like kids pick up at a college. And they they're like yo dude saying is tight we should say that more. I was listening. I was you know, Uber and yesterday and this fuck it like she had F O FM radio on. Commercial for McDonald's came on and this guy walks and he's like, hey, what she eating and she's like, oh, I went to McDonald's for breakfast. He's said oh men that looks so good. And she's like, yeah. I got a I got a fluffy mcmuffin on a whole whole wheat Nick Muffin. Whatever describes it. And he goes man that looks so good all I have is cereal. And she goes she goes that looks like parakeet food, and he goes, I know, I guess that's why he's giving me the stink. I right now. And it was like. And then it was like McDonald's breakfast until one PM every day. I was like what what six year olds. Are you writing this for you six year olds or watch or listening to FM radio? Who was that writing for? I mean who who who even does like knows laugh to that? Do knows laugh at parakeet food. That's why he's giving me a dirty. Look. I mean that part is terrible parakeet food is a decent roast. That's not. That's not a good roast. That's a pretty like as a pretty off brand rose for McDonald's. I think parakeet food. Yeah. Like like, you know, I I guess I'm picturing it like the people at of at full screen leaving eating their healthy as Kashi breakfast. You know, like that's the problem. The problem is it wasn't a roast. It was like a shoehorned way of. Yeah. Of like, like referencing the fact that they actually have a parakeet. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. You know what? I mean is like that part of it is bad. Yeah. It's like, ironically. Good russ. Yeah. If they just left it at all, I got is this parakeet food. But I know like if that was like a cartoon kids would laugh at that. Someone had a parakeet all of a sudden. Yeah, I guess that's why give me a dirty look. And then it's a parakeet wouldn't scou- along. That's funny. I think that's also humor for corporate people who are dead inside is. That what it is. That listening to FM radio gore person is dead inside would knows life at that fair keyed because they got the fair combing once you think that person got paid who wrote that fucking commercial probably did it in fifteen seconds. Yeah, easily. Yeah. The parade is like pumping these fucking things. Yeah. Just I mean, it's a it's a copywriter at some agency that only does like radio reads brains out. Exactly he's like, dude. A stand of news right radio ads for fifty g here in LA. And he just goes over Mike every night. And he's like, yes, I write commercials, which would be cool if anyone ever fucking saw them because we're on the radio and no one fucking uses that shit anymore. And he thinks that's the joke. I the THEO von episode of how one's solid so fucking funny man crazy phones at one point where they're just talking about like, Shaun Evans is talking about like his old career. He was a copywriter talking about his he used to write like ads for like the tourism committee, cog or something. And then he was like he was like eventually I got started getting really into the bears the Chicago Bears. He's like fuck. That's how this happens. People get so into sports because they're like they've nothing else and they ate their job. So they get the like place their value for they measure their value home team on a home team how well the home team's doing. He's like he's like that's fucking crazy in THEO von like, then you're just outside of a hearty center in your car wanted to kill yourself. He goes, you are you blow your brains out outside of a hearty. Yeah. And then he's like SaaS for taking the I actually like Hardee's. A love Hardee's, man. I watched the clip of him. Bryan callen. I'm Bryan Callen was asking him like, you know, THEO was like, basically vocalizing that he was depressed and. Brian Cala, man. I have someone pointed out that Bryan Callen sounds like a lightweight Joe Rogan, and if fucked me up boy, he really does give the same speech cadence. And like it's just like his the vocal tone is similar fucked me up royally. I I can't hear him the same. I just think in even smaller Joe Rogan. Yeah. But Brian Cowen. Like, dude that shit made me want to cry the way he picked him up. It was like an angel. I he just like like fucking. He's like deal was like was was wrong. Man. The I don't know, man. I'm just like, I'm I think I'm a bad person. And then Brian's like why why being mean to yourself do it? He's like look at what we do. Look how awesome it is. We get some. We earn a living. Can you tell jokes with our friends is like you're it? You're great, man. You gotta be nice to yourself, dude. You're a great person. And then the alike starts like wiping, his eyes. What does this on? It was on. I think the fighter and the kid and feels like, you know, it's like oh. Brian goes, you get an emotional deals like. Yeah. Man. Kind of you know, I just I don't know. Why of feel like I'm a bad person? And like nothing will ever be good enough. And getting this weird cycle and Brian councils like he's like stopped at right there. You're so great. You're one of the he's a you are one of the best stand up comics ever. And I'm not saying that as your friend. I'm telling you that if someone's been doing stand for twenty five years, he's like you are the best. And then deals like like, you know, Theo's obviously taken back Brennan shop like jumps in. And he's just like THEO where does that come from, dude? Like where where do you think you're a bad person? Like, I'm not talking about stand up where do you think you're a bad person? He's like because you're you're a great person. He's like, everyone loves you. Everyone everyone we note. They love you deals is like fuck is like nothing to say in like, this should made me feel good because I'm like damn you know, what I'd do the same shit. I mean to myself like my this not gonna offer. That's whatever, you know, people. Probably like, you know, the people around me, I don't think this shit about me. It's just me and I should chill out. It was a great clip. Yeah. Like podcast, weirdly, serious, really serious and positive. Yeah. We're just like a change. Yeah. Like when comedic podcast get weird emotional. Yeah. Cool thing. Yeah. It is. I was it made me reflect on myself a little bit in even last night before we herb Monday night, before we left I actually felt like I had changes a person because normally I would just try to do too much in like you knew that like even when I worked at full screen up to like roots, like just stupid hours ridiculous hours like three four in the morning and like trying to do that every day. And then like this is the first time I had ever packed my own fucking bag. I was like a little baby like a manic baby Alina used to have to do so much different. Because mentally, I was just so like scattered the just couldn't I don't know. I you packed your own bag. No, not like that like, but like did it like in an organized way on time. And and and, you know, look out for myself, and and made it so that, you know, the night before I leave I could just sit and do nothing. This is the first. Time I've ever done that an and normally in any other like a year ago, I would have been probably editing till two in the morning, and then missed everything I needed to pack, and then I would have been here being like I need to go to target and by half my bag, and they just stupid shit like that. And so I don't know it was a I think a part of it also not like disqualifying, the facts aging getting better also like just getting older, I feel like this yet kind of naturally. Oh, yes. Less about like other shit. Yeah. No. As you get older news. I can pack my bag a little bit earlier. And I know other hundred percent I think that's what I've always needed. I just tunnel vision on shit way too hard. And I, you know, I'm I'm learning not to do that as much. It's a. Yeah. I don't know. I think it's a good thing. Yeah. To to fucking Monday for some reason was was like the most stress free day because. Because like Sunday Sunday, I did a video and then in like finish editing that like stupid blog that I posted. And then Monday we recorded both things record so Monday afternoon kilson, I went for like an early dinner. And then we came back in the sun was setting, and I just had nothing on my mind. I knew we're having here. And I was like there's nothing that I have to do right now. Yeah. And I'd just like that. It was a weirdly blissful moment like making sure you find time for those. Yeah, dude. Yeah. To no matter what it is. Like, you can you can push off work. But I'm just saying like fine. Find that time like make the extra for like to manage your time. Well, mornings and sits you have those moments of like blissful carefree nece, the burn out is I think people think burn out is when you just wake up one day. And you're like, I need a break and burn out is like it's a slow burn. Burn it. It's just a slow thing that works in the background. They're just slowly eats you up, and I we're like Johnny sung on Twitter like he like captured. Exactly, I feel about it. He's a burn out is vicious because you get in a cycle where you're burnt out. But you think the thing that's burning you out needs to be completed. So you keep going after it because you think that's gonna make you feel better. But you don't actually have the energy to get to that finish line. So yeah, like, you need to just you know, you have to train yourself, and this applies to anything I would say in life. You don't have to be an entertainment to. Yeah. A job can burn you out school can burn you out. The there's only things I can just fuck rip you apart. And you have to. I remember after I had submitted sukey for color like a Monday. I had a Wednesday where I was like there was nothing to do. And I was like, okay. I'm just going to do nothing. And I just did that as woke up. I didn't do shit awesome. Yeah. Need that you have to matter so much. He is the only way you're not gonna go insane. Yeah. So, you know, if I guess on some positive as bullshit, if you think something is bringing you the fuck down probably is and you need to chill out. You got to chill out. Yeah. Is Dom de sounds? You have to you need to find that time. Anyways. Then when you get back to it. You're so much more energy L. Yeah. Like like last night. I think is last night's good example, we're going to try to bang out to where we were like jet lagged. And you know, we're pretty beat up. And it is better for us to be like, all right? We'll just do it in the morning. Yeah. And sleep and east to west coast jet lag. Fuck dude, it's real man. I three hours fucking matters that shit it. Yeah. I thought we were going to be able to walk into to hear him the ads fine. Yeah. Way had the most garbage sleet, s like trash like like eleven thirty came. And I'm like is it what is seven thirty at home. Yeah. No, no eleven thirty eight thirty eight thirty. I'm like I'd but I don't wanna fall asleep after midnight here. His time we got shit to do in the morning. So I'm like Sam trying to sleep now. Yes. Just laid there for like hours and then like the rest of your sleep shitty. Did you read anyway ticks? Yeah. Dude, real. Yeah. Dude. I was like trying to sleep same thing. I try to go see Ron eleven. I just couldn't my brain just firing off. I'm staring at my eyelids. And then I am fucking starving. At like, I dunno one fifteen I'm so hungry. And I'm like why why do you hit a pizza? Yes. I went downstairs, and I got bought a pizza and Fook and chips, and I get in here. And then the little microwaveable table is not in the microwave. You don't need it. But like it would have made my life as I just open. The microwave fucking kidding me. Put that shit in there. And it's like only cooking on one side he'd up with the blow dryer instead. Yeah. Yeah. Just waited ten hours to. Nah, eight that fucking digiorno pizza. And then you know, I was able to fall asleep for six hours or some that you wake up, but it's like, four o'clock at home. Yeah. Yeah. I woke up on the sun came. It was seven whatever you're just like this is my God. I can feel the wrinkles on him is. Yeah. Well, I started to sleep again. And then the. The cleaning people came by my room. He'll die. And I'm like I'd put the fucking sign. On the deplore. What are you doing the keeping like did? You. Did you see the sign cool? Yeah. What does it say undisturbed? Yep. Yep. Please. Don't please don't do that. Please. Yeah. Do and then my the blinds in my room are busted are are you? Sure. Well with the blackout shade. Yeah. Do you know where it is? No, I so what it is. Is that I just wanted a little bit to peek through like that. But it after a certain point it just drops. Okay. Let's yelling. So I had to sleep with it like a third open, and I'm just pretty much but asked naked, I'm like fuck it. Someone's getting a show in the warning. I don't care sleeping alone aware fucking Holiday Inn express. Yeah. But you know, what it's a great room. This is a great room. We got a little couch knows great. I love fucking motels. Like this. The Holiday Inn is is is awesome. On the road experience. Man. I love it is this a motel hotel business motel. I don't know business motel. It's we're businessmen. So tell it's about business motel. We have with the bow tell baby we got are. What was supposed to be our second show in Pittsburgh were doing that tonight? Yup. Girl. I saw yesterday on the street recognized. She was like I was at your first show in Pittsburgh. And it sucked like the one where I was sick. She's like, yeah. Out here. Yeah. What is she talking about the venues right on that street? What do you mean that your first show in Pittsburgh? She said in Pittsburgh. Yes. She came to the first show. No. I know. But the actually say I was at your first show in Pittsburgh like as in the early show. Yeah. Yeah. We're in Pittsburgh. Why wouldn't you just say I was at your show a few months ago? Oh, I think I think like because we did a whole bunch of shows. I was like what do you mean? She was like, oh like here got it. Okay. Yeah. This is a weird way to I was at your first shown, Pittsburgh where we. No, we're here. We're here. Okay. Yeah. Hey. Yeah. All right. Just wanted to. Yeah. It's wanna make sur apparently there's air is called Oakland, Oakland, some like that someone damning they're like Johann long. Are you guys in Oakland? I'm like bitch. Not in California. Maybe I'll say that tonight. And see how that goes that one's gonna go good that one that one will crush, right? You don't wanna? I watched Nate bar Gazi special yesterday. Definitely check that out if you're fan of stand up comedy. Yeah. My favorite comedian. I'm a huge comedy guy. He's yeah. I'm a big time. I love comedy. He's he's like one of those guys where you don't realize that he like afterwards. I'm thinking about it. And I'm like his act is clean. He doesn't swear. Like, he should so good that you don't realize clean comic. Those are the best clean comics. When you have. It's pretty crazy. I don't think it's it's so weird. I don't know what it is about him. That makes them so fucking good. He's got this weird charisma. Yeah. I mean, he just shit. We gotta go. Okay. We'll be on a second. Now, they just do that for the room. Check yet. We gotta go. There were twelve seventeen minutes over and we're on the one yard line. What we're just gonna throw the touchdown right here and team minutes over our checkout time. You're not stealing. I think once you're past noon that is going to your room and just take all your shit, and all they don't they just charge us, not twenty bucks. So we're funds for enough. Fair enough did fair enough date. You think you remember the show? It is like I was gonna take me like. I think I remember it. I'm going to be looking at my notes, I'm gonna I'm gonna like listen to it. Listen to the recording. I mean, I am too. Definitely rehearse. All right, guys. What would we have to plug any? I mean, if this bonus episode goes down definitely be is up for that. It's going to be insane team G pod dot com. If you wanna get merch, I guess some new Murcia merch the walkie come see us in Milwaukee come be tiny tour dot com. If you want to get tickets to the show. Yeah. We'll see guys gang gang next time. These.

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Mason and Ireland HR 1: Is It Enough?

Mason & Ireland

43:47 min | 7 months ago

Mason and Ireland HR 1: Is It Enough?

"And producer Lindsay made it into a shop. And how about that? I've really made it now. You will have arrived. You have arrived. Yeah we learned a lot about Lindsay. Yesterday I'm really curious about the chicken wings. Yeah what happened to the Wings from Holland Ray? I saved room well. We're working on that. Because we're trying to get the guy from the show Adam Evans Sean. Or Shaun Evans Sean Evans on the show to go with the wings. So apparently eat them wall. We're talking to him correct. Yeah we want him to give us kind of like the rundown of how the show works. Do you like a recreation and spectacular Adam from our production team here said that Even Sean Evans struggled with the Holland raise ribs or wings while struggled with. I'm sure I would too but like mace. Thinks he's just some sort of you know advices odd and it's nothing me nothing is is nothing. I'd so early early early this morning. Doris Burke appeared on. Espn yesterday. Of course clipper signed Reggie Jackson off the buyout market Nice Ball Handler Score With the second unit for the clippers And Doris talked about who the best team in the NBA is right now. Here's what she said. I honestly believe. The clipper still have the highest ceiling in the league. They have now with Marcus. Morris a legit for guys can go get you thirty on any given night with Paul and at the top of that list. Kowa right now. Is the single best perimeter defender in the League? He's giving up twenty six percent. He's getting to that level. He was saddened San Antonio they can be elite with their ball pressure on the perimeter. They're big. They're switchable their athletic. I just think they have the highest ceiling the one vulnerability that they have is on the rebounding aspect of things. They're giving up the second most second chess points. I believe it will be a Lakers clippers. Final in the West ultimately and that'll be one heck of a series but she gives the clippers an edge. Now she said a bunch of facts in their bunch of numbers back. That's all coming in with their faxes. So Smart Doris is awesome. She's awesome. I'll see how she expects to make it in sports radio so yesterday the Clippers do acquire Reggie Jackson off the buyout market. Yes years averaging fifteen and five assists for the Pistons This year follows them grabbing. Marcus Morris at the trade deadline yes he can score he can defend as Doris pointing out. There Lakers meanwhile recruited Darren Collison With Collison ultimately deciding to Stay retired And we're starting to stretch of the season. Where the Lakers have a five game? Lead on the clippers ultimately seating isn't really going to be a seating. It shouldn't be a big deal. Here isn't a big deal for the the Lakers clippers series other than it could impact whether or not it happens or could happen in the finals as opposed to. Here's the biggest benefit. 'cause we talk a lot about a number one seed number is a matter number one number two. It doesn't in the sense of the Western Conference finals. If it is Lakers clippers yeah would be at Staples Center. There's travel writes in Matt home. Court won't matter in in those games. It'll be awesome. But I mean. I think that the Lakers the clippers and Denver have pretty are the three best teams in the western Utah. They haven't been consistent all that if you finish at the one you only have to play one of those teams if you finish the to to get to the finals. You'RE GONNA have to play the clippers probably and Denver you finish at the one clippers and Denver in the same bracket a play a play each other right so one of them will name the other. You get an eight seed you know maybe Utah Houston in the second round much different and then then only then. Do you get the last remaining elite team in the West. It's a big deal to not have to play so both of them. I think the Lakers are GonNa get the one. I agree either. Dining their five games of the loss call. Yeah so that's that is a big advantage in twenty eight games. Left five games up in LAS call but the question now is and the clippers have done stuff. They've done stuff trade deadline yesterday to actually still have an open roster spot They could snap up somebody if they become available on the buyout market But the question is do they have right now? A better roster than the Lakers do. Yes they do. The clippers have a better more versatile. More deeper all those things. All of those things are true It does not mean that they would automatically beat the Lakers fights. But that's it. They've played twice throws results out. For whatever reason you want to both those games and they were Lakers opening night. Were in the lead until the fourth quarter and Chris was Christmas but they're they're constructed there really well built. They have more ways to beat you and I for one believe Reggie Jackson would have helped lake. Absolutely he would have been that guy who could run the offense when Lebron is off the floor more effective than than Rondo gives another secondary scoring threat. All these things can create his own shot. He's he's not hyper efficient or no. It's not a map but we're not talking about a matter of of making the Lakers go from really bad at something too awesome. There's no one player Darren. Collison wouldn't have turned you know bad when Lebron's Alva Florida really good but if they could become average when Lebron's not that makes a huge difference so Eric Pinkas has been talking He writes bleacher. Report has been talking to executives around the He talked to an Eastern Conference executive. Who told him? There's no way. The Lakers beat the clippers in a seven game series. Just one guy's opinion eastern conference executive as for Collison knock coming out of retirement a former. Gm told Pinkus. That's a blow. I'm not sure the Lakers can find a better fit than Colorado's the answers I. I'm not an eastern conference. Gm GM anywhere. I know the answer to that question. Answers no can't he was an ideal fit ripe for the break member. Rondo at the really good game against Phoenix. Season-high twenty three point is like comets. You remember them when they come back. Yes correct that same. Gm said there's a reason Rondo dominated the sons. They weren't guarding him. Teams want him to shoot. Yes yeah which is absolutely true. One like the numbers are so staggering a on Rhonda like the Lakers. It's really hard when you have a team. That's the second in the league in net rating and all these other things that the numbers are really good for the Lakers. As a whole it's really hard to be a net negative on a really good team. Rondo is far and away the worst that they have anybody who plus you look at and rank them all lineup combination the least effective lineups all in Colorado Toronto. Now when he's on the floor with Lebron it's better when Rondo and Lebron play together but you know. The Lebron tends to do that too. Yeah but when when he's doing the thing that they have him therefore which is now you run the team and that was you know in in in the regular season fourteen minutes a game whatever it is when when lebrons not on the floor that part of the job the Lakers suffer like a in a big way. But See. There's so I think the average fan or or hardcore fan looks at that and says yeah I can see that. It's it's actually pretty clear what what happens when Ron does on the floor. And if you're a serious fan and you're looking at lineup combinations in numbers and net plus minus and all those things If becomes really clear but there's a political issue here seems that way in that Lebron and ad both like playing with Rondo. Yes and Frank Rolex and they you know coaches like veterans generally and I will say in fairness to the coaching staff. There isn't really anyone else who fits that skill set. I'm not saying Rondo does but at least on paper. That's the guy who if you're looking for someone to be point garbage a true point guard and Organiz offense and run it and make passes and all that it's not Alex Caruso. It's a lot to make him go do that. Avery Bradley's never been no not that Guy Queen Cooks not really put the ball four and score a little pass a little bit. But that's not really. Yeah Probably Caruso it's not ideal but you're probably only because he will hurt you less than her you at all. He helps you on the defensive. So if your offense gets bogged down which it probably will or could. You're still not giving up points. Rondo gives up on the other side. Yes so I guess the question. Is You know. Twitter was nervous. I like talking about twitter as a person to person right twitter. Twitter got very nerve. Your aunt Dorothy wreck twitter. Got NERVOUS ABOUT REGGIE JACKSON. Signing with the clippers And part of it is what the appearance will. They're doing something we're not doing anything So there's a level of inactivity that I think has worried some Laker fans realistically like for example. Never had a shot Reggie Jackson. I mean he's represented by no but the why why feeling airmen's thing he's friends with Paul Paul George. That was old percent. That's how it works with buyouts guys Navratilova by until they know exactly where they're going what they're setups. GonNa be otherwise. Why GIVE UP THE MONEY? It's disturbing when you start to see the Marcus Morris. Thing IS THE CLIPPERS. Having more ammunition the lake nona salute about that. Reggie Jackson okay. Maybe he was never gonNA go Lakers. Because of airmen's whatever might be. He's still chose the Lakers. When the clippers had a much more obvious need there he could go. You Lakers and really play a lot. Make a difference. All it's a clippers. He's GonNa play he's GonNa play but he's not gonNA play the four guard rotation and he's not gonNA play in the fourth quarter over Lou Williams and you're not gonNA put both those guys before at the same time so it's a much smaller role over there so I think we're quite Leonard chose the clippers. Paul George chose the clipper as we're sort of living in that world. Now where the Lakers. Just don't get all the stuff when people want but I think realistically if you go back to the trade deadline the Lakers gave up so much stuff to get anthony. They don't have any stuff lymph node. There's no question you would have had to to get Marcus Morris. Even if that was realistic you would have had to coups MMA and then to stack right two or three contracts and avery Bradley and and marks cousins who you think could come back and play but but it really wasn't feasible. It was never listened for all the talk. It was really not out. It's the psychology of it. It's the idea that the clippers are who have been not just ignore in La but like you can mock them. Yes I see fifteen twenty years the ideal we will mock them again. Yes of course who but the idea that you know a star on the magnitude of Paul George or Lila would choose the clippers over the Lakers was insane. That's why I was such a like a mind bleep. That Kobe was going to go play boy. That's how that's how angry. Kobe was the Lakers. I will resurrect vs people. And that's despite and remember when that came out after the tragedy Jerry West Talking. He said apparently there was a deal in place for him to go to the clip. That's Jerry Westwards in Memphis and Jerry called. Kobe said Kobe. You cannot play either. You cannot play for that owner and you know the the the the deal in place and all that stuff Kobe. Three-quarters seven eighths whatever. It is out the door. That part was known but Jerry West pushing it the other way jude. And he's right. Yeah and it's it's it. Sounds like you're minimizing at the safest way it's like it's not even that he's turned out to be you know a horrible human being in a racist which we all knew anyway. Time terrible terrible owner and so years. If you want to win a human right yes which is the more important. Yes but if you WanNa win if you will if you can't go two years without winning without freaking out kickapoo for that guy okay. So I thought since twitter got upset when the Clippers signed Reggie Jackson yesterday I thought Let's give twitter a chance to talk on the air. So I WANNA know from Laker fans. Are you but only on twitter? Are you nervous? Do you still feel like we've got the advantage in a seven game series against the clippers who have added in. Just the last few weeks marcus. Morris and Reggie Jackson. Eight seven seven seven ten. Espn we've heard you on twitter now. Much more call behind your name yes. Let's let's do that. Plus a bunch of stuff up today. Andrew Friedman's Talkin about mookie Betts. Giancarlo Stanton's talking about the Astros Dave Roberts his opening speech to the dodgers as they start out spring training in the clubhouse yesterday. All that stuff's coming up for you. Mason and Ireland seven ten. Espn I portion show brought by lime at healthcare changing healthcare one person time. Mason Ireland Brand Kim and he's in for John. Today kind of set the stage for this twitter nervous yesterday when Reggie Jackson was signed by the clippers by the way at one point woge tweeted that the Lakers had hoped to sign him but then he deleted the tweet right. But it's still it's still out there but also to it's like maybe. I'm really did hope to sign. Yeah maybe they didn't exactly a lot of Fidel's no yeah. No so yeah. We heard Doris Burke we've heard I think Brian and I both agree. Really deep roster for the clippers In a seven game series. How do we feel as they can and they can throw a lot of dudes Lebron which is problematic specifically for the Lakers? Because you know that's kind of how has been go Lebron? It's Lebron it's Lebron. Let's go to Keith and San Marino keithres seventeen. Espn hey man. Hey guys how are you? Everything's great I'm I'm going to bring up two points. That's that's okay I'm I I don't know if I'm concerned about the head to head so much because a lot can happen between now and the playoffs injuries happen now. Georgia's out with the hamstring. So a lot of that. Can you know a lot of that can happen? So I'm head to head. I think the clippers do have more players like you just mentioned a second ago that can go up against the Brown which can be problematic but my bigger question is something that nobody's talking about. Is I grew up a Laker Fan? Ever since I was a little kid. And it was always Lakers Lakers Lakers. Everybody wanted to be a Laker. Everybody wanted to go to the Lakers. No one wants to be a laker right now. Go that far because in fairness I mean Lebron James. The greatest player in the game wanted to be a Laker. Anthony Davis wanted to be a lake right and other guys came. You know this off season and and people wanted to do it. In demarcus cousins became really. Not that. He's you know the the star Star whatever like but two of the five best players in the game one to be right lake. It's just a matter of like the third guy didn't in part because the other two did in inquiry Leonard. Just WanNa join. That didn't WanNA see as a third wheel. That's that's not what he wants to do. But I do think your basic point of like the clippers are a thing now that the Lakers had to compete with that totally changes the psychology changes. The landscape changes everything irritating. It's so frigging irritated. They have the most the their owner. This is how rich Steve Ballmer as he can go build an arena in Inglewood. Right that aside from you know. Fifty whatever clippers dates every year. I have no flipping clue. What's going in that thing today? That like just pep rallies and stuff like the staple center still gonna. Hopefully he is he is. He is one of the richest men in the world. The twenty billion like that and the best. You know the best I don't want hunters menus. And they don't want this to turn into rock clippers snow. It's not but the point is like he's you know the the best concert venue in L. As is his form. Yeah and so like people are gonNA leave the form to go to care. I don't even know if that's resolved yet is eventually ciphers. Lawsuits is willing to spend billions of dollars on a bill might sit empty half the year and lose money and it doesn't matter to him he doesn't care. Yes that's a real thing. The Lakers and I think to their credit are coming around on these kind of make fun of the Clippers and still make fun of them. I do too as far as I'm concerned. They've never been out of the second right. That's the sort of stuff to do but you know I. I don't think they send a lot of balls emails anymore. Like some of that stuff like they take the clippers seriously now which they should and the Lakers have a ton of things going for him to. Yeah but the clippers are real. Think let's go to victor in. I believe that says Lakers Ville Victor in Lakers Ville. You're on seven ten. Espn there is no such places. Lakers phillies there either. Way Yes you this from Newport put on that anyway. How TIME SEASONS EVENT? Huntington beach by the way Lakers texting. So here's my problem. I don't like the Lakers front office. Which is robbed just to busy himself on the back. Meanwhile the Lakers the worst Bentsen the NBA. You don't get two points for four points. Rondo is a leader in the world and minus minutes the Clippers on the best benches yet. They went out an attitude people and nobody is coming to the Lakers. What does is this is Jerry West against an agent Rob Lincoln and that is completely over matched. Yeah I'm not I'm not GonNa go along with you on that I'm not gonna I'm not gonNA by the way. The teams are constructed is just different so laker radically as a whole bunch of did the George. They just happen to have a little bit leftover Iraq. They had more room. The Lakers ten elderly don't have a roster spot and have I think a very limited amount. I was part of the that the clippers were able to make the Marcus. Morris thing. Work was by trading hearts heartless guy that they picked up to is like the third wheel in a trade. You know between you know two for two other teams. They just exhorting contract yorba heartless so that that deal could happen That's good work. I'm George because today harkness was talking about considering the idea of whether or not he might ask the Knicks for a buy out and if he does he would be part of this part of the Jimmy Butler he would be an excellent grab for the lake. Harka small hardly spectacular be fantastic if the Knicks by him out. Yup which they say they will want it. Yeah it's just weird that he would figure like. Why wouldn't someone wants to get the prison? LemMe see let me play even if you WANNA play for the next ultimately which it sounds like he might want to. Hey let me take three months. Allah and go win a champion. It's just against the team that traded your way right. It's like you know the Shawshank redemption would be very different movie if at any point eighty defraigne. I'd like to leave prison now. And they like sure around New York like he can go. Why is he staying? It seems weird okay. This is victor in Lakers Ville which is not a real city. Am I correct Bakersville? Okay it was on my screen as Lakers Ville which I think is more of him. I think Lakers Ville state of mind. Let's just go with the Lakers. Hi Victor Good. How you guys doing good man. I think Anthony Davis is the key because he anthony Davis steps up like he should use the only big band left in the league clippers. Don't have anybody to stopping the clippers. Do not match up. Well we do not have a big they can put you know guard. I'm a little bit. They they'll they can put look physically human beings inherited guys. It's more about like strength and things like that. You Know Marcus Morris. So they can't put tall people on a big strong people on. Yes and that's it. And now they have three or four of those guys just Kinda Roll bodies of people and it's not and none of the match ups are ideal but the problem is on the Lakers side. Now you look at it and you say okay. Well they don't really match up with Morris that well necessarily and they really don't match up with Kawhi unless you WANNA put Lebron Kawhi which you almost have to accept. Now you're asking Lebron Guard and all that other stuff you almost have to put Lebron. We see what happens when they tried case? Ep RIGHT CASE EP. Rip ON KCPT's like sixty five pounds of muscle. You're not a match up for quite it almost to be little palm coups squishing with that kind of we're GONNA do something new producer. Lindsay had an idea. So we're trying our new ideas new producer Lindsay. Do you want to describe what it is? Well I guess we're GonNa do the news. Didn't make the news type thing you know some of those off the cut stories that we wouldn't normally discuss. I Guess Okay and you're going to bring these up. Yeah Tort Reform Yeah. We'll do that. We'll do that coming up. I sold it well enough but okay. We'll do it well. I mean I'm just trying it for the first time I WANNA call. We'RE GONNA call it the bureau. The bureau judicial nominations bureau. I think is a reasonably good name. Also coming up next for you Dave Roberts yesterday is I don't know if he gave the speech yesterday or today. Was it yesterday? Gave the dodgers and opening speech to get ready for spring training. We've got that for you. Plus Andrew Friedman Talking about mookie. Betts point neither excited because I saw a dude walk into the Office of the studio carrying a box. All thought confirm how Israel we thought it was chicken still. Don't have the how that was such a tease up. Still Sir Scott. Chicken Acer in Ireland brand candidates can for John Seventeen ESPN. Hey we're gonNA half hour without mention the ASTERISK. Their steadily game prize. Step forward. The cheetan Lion Astros so yesterday Dave Roberts had his pre-game pre spring training talk with All of the dodgers in the Locker Room out at Glendale Arizona. Here's what he had to say manager baseball right now. They're talking to their clubs about winning a championship and some Israel so it's not real sense at every year. That's the goal. We have some new faces great additions but that doesn't change us in a championship. So the question is how do we do so? I'm wearing these shoes right now. So many guys might not know but we lost a great person and a great athlete and a great loss Angeles athlete this this winter and it was Kobe Bryant and so I just thought it was fitting in the sense at Kobiladze was such a great athlete and champion and teammate and winter as something that he said that resonated with me was the dream is Germany and he said is last game. The dream is journey so it's like understanding that we're here when a championship but understanding that during the process. And how the that's the drink and no one that we all want to win a championship. But how we go about being a winner. A winner for me is not just when he got championship old. Winter is meeting people around you that the more people we can get and the more people you can get around you to make them better. You gotTa make yourself better ultimately as a team. We're GonNa Championship. The dream is the journey. It's hard to think journey has been fine for the dodgers. No the journey the and. Here's the weird thing about a baseball season. So I worked a minor league baseball And it was only one hundred forty games when I worked in the minor leagues. These guys are playing one sixty two. It's a lot so do you know who Cest was yes is a guy who pushed the boulder up the mountain. So Sisyphus is a guy from mythology. I was not supposed to answer. No associate like quiz. No it was not a quiz but I know I'm glad you know So this was this guy In ancient history who would have to roll this boulder up to the top of a hill and the trick was the moment it got to the top. It rolled all the way back down. And that's what a baseball season is like. It is like rolling that boulder up the hill and it is about the it is about the trip. It is about the journey. It's hard to you have that you have to do it. The baseball season. You have half because like I. A couple seasons in the united a couple of seasons of covering the dodgers back when we were the LA times and we didn't even travel. Yeah we just at home games. We'd grind. It's awful and you have to sit there and you have to pretend like every game matters like it but it doesn't baseball's a game trendy. You WanNa win. Three five like doesn't matter. Which ones you win that one lose that win win three in a row right. How you doing over this fifteen games? Stretch the next fifteen game stretch the next. Hey Key k what happened in that at that right in the great scheme thing amongst thousands of vitamin C happened in that headland of them. Yes over the course of a season and Y- to sit there and this is I think a problem for the dodgers in two places. I the division sucks. Yeah the dividend enzymes to suck so it's like one of the things in those years where someone sticks close to you. Don't have to think about the postseason as much because you know he's behind us. They are going to win the division by Twenty Games. Probably and so when you get to this point. It's even harder to stick with process with with the dodgers because every single thing that they do people like you and me so there you go okay but what about October. It's the answer every great. You've won ninety five games but what about I just I try to not be? What about. Oh you want to be like this is like this team is doing on every game. I the Games are on at my house all summer live. I Have Time Warner spectrum. Whatever it is so I get the Games and they're always on in my house right but for for even dedicated fans right. They're still that thing in the back of your mind going. This is nicely. Screw this up again in October. There's this weird scale though. So following the dodgers the Lakers and the ramps so every rams game I am either through the roof excited or devastated. 'cause there are only sixteen of Lakers Games. You get a little bit more of a break. Every game's important but not it's not the end of the war right like to a little cushion right with three of those bad ones. We'd afford streak still best team in the West so excited ten or I baseball you. You've got all the cushion the world. Yeah you've got you've got you've got so much time you never get. I never get devastated about a baseball game because remember Alexander posted three seasons ago. The dodgers a hugely then. They lost like forty three games in a row. They were fine early. Flip the switch lost but like that wasn't because that they've that was the was that the twenty seventeen world series year. That was twenty seven. Yeah so like turn out all right. I mean in terms of getting there because if we boil things down to its for example the NBA. Well it's only about April and May and June. It really does take the fun of the regular season. If it's only about October it does take the fun out of the race until the same thing applies to Lakers fans. Because now that the Lakers are back in contention like where little tiny. The issue isn't whether or not the Lakers are good enough to win. Of course they are right. But it's like would Darren Collison. We made them five percent. Better at five percent made been the difference. Does Reggie Jackson make the clippers. Three percent better in a really tight series. Is that enough. Like him? Stacked on top of Marcus Morris. Now Okay it's because now you're thinking well I wanNA parade correct like sixty for six seasons. It's been all charred because my head is already in April in. May Absolutely. We've got a five game lead. I'm confident I know they're getting it. Let me get to the. There's no there's no mystery that they're going to get there so it's like okay. Let's just get to the fun to get to the good stuff last year though. Nobody really thought they were GONNA title. It was like let's. Let's get back the playoffs right. Let's do that now. Agreed all all that being said as Dave Robertson? The dream is the journey quoting Kobe. Bryant All right coming up next. Lindsey new producer is going to try her hand at something. She's calling Biro. And at the top of the hour. Eric Pinkus on exactly how worried we as fans should be about the clippers. You have some debris no do i. Yes ziprecruiter nuts on affirmative. She it away from me. Oh next break. All right cool. Stay tuned for Ziprecruiter spot mason and Ireland seventeen. Espn I'd seventeen ESPN brand skis. In for John and so Lindsey is our new producer by the way a lot of people asking. How can you follow her she is? I can't can't follow me at Lindsey Baseball. You can follow her only on twitter. Yes I literally of course discussed that all right. So so Lindsey. You wanted to try this new thing. I'm willing to roll with it. It's called you're calling it b-be role in it's where you hit us with stories that we might not have heard. Yeah and eventually we'll get one of those fancy open if he has like. Yeah so so I. We're going to start off in Massachusetts where this woman might have met the worst tinder match ever in history. So it all started when Jane Doe. That's what we're GONNA call her. She picked up Chris. Castillo a man. She met on a dating app from his Parents House. So we're off to a good start right so. She said that he got in a car and drank wine. In the passenger seat of her Nissan Maxima. He drank wine in the passenger seat. Okay so once again. We're off to a great start They approached the bank and he told her to pull over. He got out of the car left alone for a few minutes and then suddenly he came. Sprinting out sweating. He had sunglasses a hat on and he had a gun any other big wad of cash in his hand and he was like go go screaming her just a book. It robbed a bank. Yeah so she panicked and like she didn't know what to do so she did what she was told. And then I guess when she saw the flashing lights and the police she figured out what was going on she complied. She pulled over and she walked away from the car and pretty sure she never went on a date with duck again. Yes pretty sure. Yeah what do you do for a second date on the one hand? If you like bad boys that is your thing. There are women who just gravitate towards that go bad ones the guys like. I just changing a little bit. You know the man that he could be under there under the bank robber under under the hat in the dark sunglasses. Well I wanted to ask you guys. What's the worst day you've ever had? Worst eight what kind of wine was it what he drank wine. It doesn't look into it. They'll probably merlot worst date worst date. So I'll tell I'll tell this all right so I I had a date. This was a first date and we ended going to see Anchorman in the original premiere of Anchorman. Which for me. One of the greatest movies ever made so we went and we saw the movie In the middle of it he got up and said Not Funny this movie is not for me. I'll wait for in the lobby. Wow and I walked out and immediately said we are not a match by any stretch of the. If you don't laugh at Anchorman Right Forget it. And then we rob the cash and then we robbed the. Arkley as if if we're not going to go in a second but we we should have at least a moment. We sure Jeez I'm trying to think I would assume for like thirty eight years or something like that. I'm assuming that the answer to this question is easier for the women. President is like I was just happy to be there for most of them. We'd like you can tell sometimes and you're out it's like okay like we're not going on. Hannity but right you know. It's fine for a night. I don't know of a date as bad as the one that you described her okay. That one's bad that's bad. That's a really bad. I do have to say to follow up about your inkerman story. I feel like as a woman. I'm not really into the idea of going on a date like a first date at the movies because it's so hard to get to know somebody at the movies because you're watching a movie you mix. It makes it easier because guys something to talk about afterwards. It goes you some but you don't. You're not really engaging with somebody during two and a half. Maybe go grab a quick something before after Bia. Now you're you're committed like a six hour date. I just go out ours and the dark room is an easy way to start really quick. I have an interesting movie date story so I met this guy and we would have probably like the second time we went out we went to the moon or we were supposed to go to the movies to go. See it Jerry too and I liked the first one. I'm a big fan of the original made for TV movie and the First One. It was all right but the second one it was. I really wanted to see it because the first one was done hers like two and a half hours long like an epic. It was bad but before I went and saw the movie. We were scheduled to go see it. And then like he text me like. I just got back from this motivational speaking conference. And you know I'm just feeling really sensitive and emotional and I just don't think it's really great time to see that movie because I'm feeling really vulnerable. Maybe we could go see that at different times lost motivation. Nope knows that no more dates. That's it don't use vulnerable on a first date. Vulnerable Vulnerable vulnerables find. I just went to a motivational speaking conference. Yeah I don't. I can't think of a room that I would like to be in less than a bunch of motivational speakers or aspiring motivational speakers. Made him feel vulnerable right more. Yeah so In Ottawa Canada man. He testified in court that he destroyed a million Canadian dollars in cash and his reasoning. Is he told the judge? He withdrew about seven hundred fifty thousand dollars in. Us dollars in twenty five separate withdrawals from six different bank accounts. And what did he do with it? He burned it on in September In two separate bonfires claims that he has the receipts to prove the money that he took out of the account. He does not have proof of the bonfires though or any witnesses and the reason he did this was because he wanted to hide the money from his wife in a divorce settler sentiment so he burned his from everywhere supposedly burned this month. Supposedly burnt worst. Lie Ever you don't believe it. No way neither did the judge. The judge did not film it. You've got a film it Burns my like. He's a yeah. He's got the proof of taking the money out by those various things. Send you get to keep half of it right. He does could keep half. You GotTa really hate your ex for that. So what's the best lie? You guys have gotten away with best lie. I've gotten away with I can't say yes. I'm not good. No not right now. Point best lies. I've told got me here all right. You don't WanNa share any of them. None no the ones that got away with okay. What about when you got caught a well constructed lie? Just give a radio sure okay. So one of the most devastating experiences of my being a little kid. was I wrote a poem When I was in second grade and it was hailed as a work of genius and I remember the poem dryhome by Mrs Bayden. Mrs Bayden thought it was a work of genius and I remember the poem two days I. It's very short Nature is beautiful flowers and trees. Keep Nature beautiful please. That was that was the actual poem so so Mama Please Mrs Bayden love this poem and all of a sudden I was like elevated to this rock star status in my second class second grade class. So I'm like how am I GONNA. Follow up this act and I was reading highlights magazine And there was a poem called Mr Pollution and in my little kid head. I thought I can get away with this if I copied this poem and then turn it into Mrs Bayden and it was again hailed as a work of genius until one little kid pulled out a copy of highlights magazine and completely destroyed by. He sold you out. He Fires Dr Second Grade. And you're the Jose Altuva. Yeah so that was lied that I did not get away with. Yeah you know what the problem is just like with the Astros. You did such a great job with the first one. You didn't need to plagiarize the second one I was. I was good enough to write another Paul and instead I cheated. Barry Bonds did the Royds yobs go into the hall of fame. Anyway I was reading. I'm reading a book right now. Called the big goodbye. It's about the making of the movie Chinatown and it goes back in Which my favorite movie goes back and Talks about Robert Evans and And Roman Polanski. Jack Nicholson and apparently and Jack Nicholson south. And I have no idea if this is still there. But he had all kinds of fancy artwork dollies and you know Picasso's or whatever But the work of art he was most proud of was that he had a bowl right in the middle of his dining room table and it was filled with torn up hundred dollar bills. And he encouraged everybody who came to his house to tear up a hundred dollar bill and throw it in and that was the piece of art. He was the most proud of for a lottery since I. It's kind of interesting to just look at that age. Torn up one hundred dollar bills then know who's in his house. Tearing up one hundred dollars feels right to know. I have so many hundred dollar bill. Just tear them up. I mean granted overtime. People used to carry cash. This enrich people carry big. Was the last time you had hundred dollar bill pocket. I really never. I don't ever carried one hundred dollars. Ireland's it's got the big fat roll your hundred dollar bills. I don't carry no I don't go. I don't know beyond a twenty you use them on. That's the probably be buying some. It's close to one hundred dollars or at somewhere where they can make Kiko Lake. Wendy's one hundred dollars bill now. A Burger that's why I do like to carry around one hundred dollar bills because I can't spend them because I'll be like oh I should buy this. Oh you know what they're not gonNA be able to make change for that so local standing me you know you gotta think these things coming up Eric. Pinkus IS GONNA join us from bleacher report. He's been talking to all sorts of executives around the league about a matchup between the Lakers and the clippers and how that might play out. That's coming up next for you. Basically in Ireland seven ten ESPN.

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Side Stories: A Break From Reality

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Side Stories: A Break From Reality

"Escape to the lost on the left side stories of cannibalism starting uh-huh. Yes we survived saved atlantic. Barely man barely survived the lands at seventy five only shit did we were on our gallagher to tour which involves three shows in two casinos and i think it's safe to say miss my little joke. Remember my little joke yeah. I'm a gambler with a comedy problem. That's very scary. It's very very scary. Once you have mug like catchphrases for your gambling addiction that's when it gets scared because you're normalizing. You're shifting to the center renault. I'll say all right you were. I'm going to say gambling irresponsibly all and he said he is a direct witness of it. You were trying to show marcus arcus in either ropes which is a funny citing in the first place because it was just a huge father with his two goule. She'll dron walking through the casino kissel who who school we have a mess you blackout seventeen buckles everything you said easy while marcus in our like we wanna go to the ice cream name start. Your said we were going to go to the roller coasters three hours ago daddy daddy. I want a hot dog. I but henry we before we start the show full disclosure disclosure in bethlehem pennsylvania that roulette. I had a conic roulette run. I had eleven numbers on the board. I'd stacks of chips in front of me. I am you know it's funny because all our fans are just big dudes so it's just a bunch of big guys been iraq. Let's see what you've got. I mean you know we're not. We're not leonardo caprio. We weren't surrounded by supermodels. I like my beefy boys and they were very encouraging. You had quite a collection here. Suty the young men staring at you like you were bobby baena in his they were so in transfer your game plan because i'll say this right so atlantic city. Yes irresponsibly possibly done. Y'all got very very drunk. Yeah i know i lost three hundred dollars immediately right but though i will say kissel somewhere in a haze you walked over to another casino. We we laughed one location to go to a second location what you're never supposed. I know i know we went to. We went to another place. You're literally and you're trying to explain to me. You're like those unless you're ready to the home at easiest pilots. Is you gotta game it. You gotta be smarter than the ball. It's a little bit more. It's more stroke stroke victim than hammered but i'll take. You don't know it gets too when it just it's not about just sitting at the bar. It's you you become a different type of person in front of casino. It's like your <music> is turned into little dice and you have become somebody else but i did watch you. Go click click. Click click click put money all over roulette table and you spoke staring at it fucking one five hundred dollars there but then you lost it all yes of course loss at all but in bethlehem the still that ah that run you're on scary. It was cold the numbers i look for an hour. I couldn't find you all of a sudden. They're in a way you're talking. You have your holding in court with all these sandwich boys in trying to explain to them. How like you say and they don't have the money that you're wasting. We just left getting paid. We went paid gig. You just want people to play with the big old feet over. These are people that are there air to on vacation. They're not they didn't just get paid. They've already been spending money and watching you lead a bad example i know i was i was fairly conservative but if i did not waste too much money everyone because i respect your money when it comes to patriae on but i will say this. What what is the what's the secret before. This is not a gambling gambling podcasts but what's the secret i stick with black odds and i'll occasionally do as zero or zero but i have my structure and the game comes to me. You don't want to chase. You want the game to come to you. That's how you do it all right everyone. This story's been henry. Thank you aww thank you also for coming up to the shows at a._c. In bethlehem which an important shasta and i will say it was fun getting a chance to hang out with a bunch of the fans to on the casino. Casino floor is a funny said circumstances to be there because i'm not a real gamblers no seriously and an a._c. Kissel was getting a little mad because we don't take seriously which is still very funny. That's the problem with being comedians. If like i am getting aggravated your benz get mad. This is really fun fun. We're trying to we're trying to there was one guy that we were playing within in bethlehem who had a hundred dollar chip and he's like putting it on black. Mma girlfriends is if i lose it. She's gonna leave me and i can just hear it read. It was like okay you just have to your single you after but anyway henry you today is what it's not just any old day today's thirtieth anniversary of kyle and lyle menendez brothers killing their parents. Wow good for them. Isn't that crazy utah. You're going to live problems. I'm sorry lion. Eric kyle in lisle just sounded better lyle and eric now. Do you think that they do you think they celebrate. Mothers and fathers father's day in jail. They go like gotcha gotcha data and whenever it comes up i bet you that they probably get taunted every mothers and fathers i i just being like hey you guys get a car today. Oh you didn't kill your parents. I they actually just showed you proactive about your problems. I i don't agree with what i just said. Oh does agree with the with the statements that henry's broschi made a very good so you're doing so much better. That's why freeze. H jail has been pretty unoccupied unoccupied lately. I am not recuperated. Oh i'm just waiting in the darkness. Okay time will come. The time will come again for me. I will come again. You'll see i'm aware oh you'll see but waiting to my seventies. Wait until you're seventy. Wait until ten minutes from now. If you want to feel old henry lisle is now fifty one years old and eric is forty eight the it's just it's one of those things where there will always be teenagers to me. You know me too man. They're frozen in time. It's like madonna. Madonna will always be that that they were talking about the sex book that madonna put that era madonna just burnt into my scrotum absolutely the the years of masturbating. I do love her music to dance. With of course ray eliah can't do the complicated voting. I do watch some some of that. That's very very intense. Oh yeah it's it's a real workout there. It's like yoga so there. It is thirty years ago today. So if you don't know about that case we actually covered the menendez brothers case so you can go back in our archives and <hes> in give that a listen it compelling interesting story <hes> and they really i mean they almost i got away with it but he almost got away with it but they just love that money. They'll have showing off that money and that's how it go. They were so excited did not do they were so excited added to be orphans and there's a lot of people that are that excited to be orphans richie rich and heathcliff the only ones that are really really benefited from being orphans <hes> <hes> we can quickly update you on the jeffrey epstein mystery down unfolding into absolutely nothing so far. We will just quickly. They do this because we don't want to do. Another dedicated episode to the story until something concrete really comes out because i i don't know if it ever will who what we know now is right epsteins bones in his neck on his autopsy reviewed to be broken which technically means it is slightly more statistically likely plead that he was strangled then suffocated but then the actual official cause of death came out suffocation so we'll we'll who's playing a game here. We don't know it's just a little bit more likely that he was strangled but technically if you also just botched the job of hanging himself he could have done the same thing he he literally could have jumped off his bed in hung suspended. We have no fucking. Perhaps you don't know th that footage hasn't come out. We have no clue as we predict it so we have we have that information and of course that water that that is being muddied every single day and you wanna comment when it comes to a conspiracy theory those are now being so mainstream and of course when we get into politics politics. We'll talk more about this case on ebeling its top at yes. Well heck out. Check out the coverage and abe lincoln's top at this rolls forward because kissel is going to do a lot more work on the straight straight up. Just what is the information that is coming in and the political ramifications because that's where this story is kind of headed to watching people spin it for political reasons exactly exactly and so that's something we do have to be careful with because if you once the government starts spinning conspiracy theories. They're just doing that so they can continue to get away with it. It's much better header if the spotlight is off of them and onto much larger a notions or concepts like the illuminated so they're hiding in plain sight it's still the same and when the president and his crew start sounding like alex jones that's on purpose that is on purpose they are. They're using the storyline for their own benefit. Whatever benefit it is if it is just political confusion or they're tr- <hes> or what has become known it was when the president says that somebody else did something in means that he did it right <hes> now usually maxwell house but i don't want to say anything. I also think that he had anything necessarily do with it. I just think that he definitely benefits from it. <hes> jillian maxwell now immediately after we put our our episode yup was discovered living she had lived with a longtime boyfriend for three years in a mansion ba in manchester by the sea in boston right so she she actually was there so the did locator then so that mr rover but then pictures emerged later in the week of july maxwell at an in and out burger los angeles her first of all just the idea of seeing jelena maxwell added in and out is really funny. We don't think that she'd be the type of person to the fast food burger. I don't know if she's ever seen one. It's like these these berkers pre-prepared yes jelena's oh. It's a big what is this is. It like kofi is. This is sort of like that but it's a hamburger you fuck bitch. I'm gonna call the police but she really. She is hiding. She doesn't no catch abyss but they're now saying that. Those pictures might have been stayed but henry honestly. I'm gonna give her <hes> well. I'm not going to give her any credit. I mean she's no. She's the woman behind. She's she's the the the woman behind getting all the children for jeffrey epstein to rape <hes> but she trolled the cia pretty hard core in that photo what oh shoot because she was reading a book called mysterious lives and deaths of c._i._a. Agents which is just a straight up like hey guys. I'm watching you too and i know i know how you die. They are straight up playing this like a television show they also doing. She is playing her part but they believe it was staged by her lawyer batch true because it came out in the daily mail which was just trying to do gotcha competition with the new york post. Yes aso's put those pictures out so now we have no clue what's real and what's not real and congratulations u._s. Government you did it did it again. I will say our prediction was correct. Last last week's episode though miss maxwell is certainly now the tip of this pair and if i am i am not happy that epstein is out of the way because now people want action. They want someone one to be prosecuted. Obviously they're gonna go after epstein's estate. There's gonna be some money coming in as there should be. They should all get everything should be split up sold and they should get some cash rush but i think maxwell is currently gotta be sweating quite a bit. We also learned just a little bit more about this really weird. You know what is that saint james island aka the set from midsummer. It is releasing settlement summer. It is a beautiful piece of property. Oh mine is we watch some some of that drone footage. I think people have been talking a little bit about this. Is that the there's a drone footage channel on youtube. I forget what it's called when we look this up yeah what what is the what is the exciting name of the drone channel on youtube drone. I think he's rusty shackelford ono rusty shackelford. That's a that's a that's. That's from king of the hill. That's the that's the name of a character but that's the name of his youtube channel s. yeah. The guy hit has been on it for a long time. He's a conspiracy theory page on odd youtube but this drone footage man henry so let's talk about this one area because i do think this is interesting. You got the you got that disgusting looking blue white striped box right and it's a little masseuse room yes his little masseuse room interestingly enough. My understanding is it only locks from the outside which is horrified used is to have a golden dome on top until the wind blew it off so a lot of people refer to it as a temple or something like that <hes> and it is like super creepy it does assume again like one of the housing locations in the movie midsummer but we they said there was a bunch of beds in there and things like that so i'm assuming it's the quarters where everyone would would sleep now. Perhaps it was where he kept some of his victims. <hes> some of the people that were working the events we don't know and then there's this empty field field that just looks like a good only be used for mass murder. I have no idea kind has made her baheen grove style party. Maybe maybe like <hes> you know. I honestly so much fun and get some get toss a football around in there whistler like the remember those nerve the nerf footballs. That'd be so much fun. You get down there. You got a couple of fifteen-year-olds looking for whenever you lose it in the woods. That's going to be so much fun. Oh buddies. He's hanging out there like you got a little boat. They're beautiful lagoon. You could see how a man who loves his privacy. He would look at this because about location location location. What what an incredible vacation spot. I mean a now. I hope finally somebody honest like an elon. Musk more tyler perry can own on this island yet really really flip it or somebody rodney dangerfield's at it because that's what i'm really hoping for right turn it into a funk and cruise location fucking blast it out. Put your butt all over. It is water slides on it and fight people from pittsburgh and st paul and are gonna go down there and flop around all covered in zinc and ninety s._p._f. And just bro and beer cans everywhere modestly. Yes we have to reclaim that land in the name of fun and in the name of celebration nation party yeah just the idea of former governor bill richardson and alan dershowitz tossing the football around nothing more athletic than most to clouds of it was just a bunch of people bent over and they were trying to fit the footballs inside of them. It was horrible. Shooting was disgusted. Obviously that island again needs to be sold. Hopefully to someone who will <hes> <hes> we must woo definitely will do something much better than jeffrey epstein so we'll from on this story for us is going to be over until we see more but for further coverage. Please go do abe lincoln's top hat because that's where it's gone. That's going to be all right. Let's move on to some men this week. I don't know what happened but it's it's another week full of madness and mayhem in the world. What do we like. It never stops. I wanna do this first store under the story but this edmonton man okay. Let's do that all right so this is a story about a man admits to gruesome killing says he's not criminally responsible. This is reported by the global news. Oh god by fletcher can't ah silva casual has admitted to stabbing his ex girlfriend one hundred and one time mutilating her body. Now a judge must decide whether he was criminally responsible responsible. The edmonton man was convicted monday of the second degree murder of thirty eight year old nadine scowl on august twenty fourth twenty fifteen and an offering an indignity ignity to her body. The agreed statement of facts read at coach walls trial. Monday said the pair had dated for three years but we're no longer together early. One morning. Kushwaha came to scouse building and walked into her sweet. He stabbed her death leaving a scene that senior homicide investigator bill clark described at the time as one of the most horrific of its long career. I kept stabbing her even after she died using multiple knives from her kitchen now you were saying several tenants in the building at one fourth street and sixth avenue heard a woman screaming. One said that she yelled. He's going to kill me. Help me. He's going to kill me and she did it three times and he didn't call. The police already called elliot's. That's the thing about this story and henry is going to get into the gruesome gruesome crime scene here in a second because it is indeed gruesome but this is also a story and i'm not blaming the tenants here but you have to have a little bit of of just like we live in a community and if you hear your neighbors say he's going to kill me. He's going to kill me three times. Maybe just pick up the phone call nine one one just in case always better safe than sorry pop it into the citizen app the assured if you get the citizen app you could just pop pop it in there and is blasted out and you can do totally anonymously if you have to sure so it seems as if the neighbors didn't do this woman any favors the man was sort of known around on the area is being a little bit aloof a little crazy. He said that he had p._t._s._d. Own he's hood. Yes it saint came from his past and south sudan as a boy boy were he'd saw a lot of violence and a lot of he saw a lot of fucked up shit psychologists leslie block examined kushwaha at the request of the defense he he determined kosh walls mental conditions have rendered him incapable of appreciating his actions no signs of paranoia and delusions now now. She's saying he's no longer connector with reality. Yes now what we cross because he said he's coming across in a deaden state is a this is a man who cannot sleep at night. He cannot sleep at night because does he still sees the militia coming around his home and taking people and he can hear the scream still and he sees the next morning destruction brought on by these militia and the the carnage has been ever present very very intense right because he's saying they're saying and according to block that he says that the militias came and killed his girlfriend right so i don't know about all that worked very intense the c. suffering from something he's ever yes he does have p._t._s._d. Obviously growing up in south sudan. We'll give somebody p._t._s._d. And that of course does not allow you or give you the <hes> credence to go out and stabs one hundred plus times and leave the the crime scene the way that he did so the question. Is this happened in two thousand fifteen. Why has it taken so long to get this man to trial and of course that is because we are wondering about his mental incompetence competence and one of the reasons people say maybe he's a little on the crazy side is because of the crime scene. He left behind and henry. I know you have the details on that and now this. This is from the edmonton journal okay in an agreed statement of facts read into the record by crown prosecutor. Laurie trae han court heard scouse heart ovaries and uterus swoon. Move genitals were mutilated. Her heart was found pinned to a wall with the night off the neath a letter a written in her blood. Oh my this should fucking for real. He trash retirement with her blood. It is very very intense any idea what the stood four is that. Is there any he's like. I have no idea was attempting to me is hoping it. It's not a i really hope. This is not some hidden promotion for adult swim like something something like that. I mean that's where i'd be really really senator that new brad pitt movie or not where he's the astronaut. What is this one. It's it's it's called ad astra. It could be made which i think is a little controversial. I know it's hard to get eyeballs. These days. You gotta cut their annoyance right right. This is is a lot. I would hope that i wish it was a marketing ploy so this woman was still alive so he really had a <hes>. What do you think you know 'cause we. We have a mild mild expertise and crazy people. This sounds a little. It sounds a little richard chase see to me. What does it mean when you go. After what do you think it's so personal to go. After the internal organs specifically <hes> the ovaries and then he also <hes> <hes> her genitals were mutilated sued. This is something that this man there's a reason reason he targeted this part of this woman's body once you he wanted obviously he felt a great deal of rage whether or not he knew what he was doing i don't know <hes> when it comes to richard chase which chases the basically the tail of very intense very intense mental illness of running monk like he and with no treatment and know what's no help whatsoever and complete and total loss of communication with reality right when it comes to something like this type of murderers that he wanted to denigrate the body. It's more just about. Did he understand his actions. Were wrong at the time. Did he know what he was doing was because of the amount of time spent doing the action because it's about rage right right after your stabbing body multiple the times then you start to wonder is this person mentally ill and not in control of his actions or is he doing to <music> saying that he's crazy right. Does that make you x. Kerr crazy like if you can say you can use like i did it so people i would think i'm nuts and then i would get off on people saying i'm too crazy to commit the crime right. I'm not mentally fit for trial but then people would then what if it's ah that then shows you're not mentally fit to do anything. Also it's about the behavioral around the murderer as well a neighbor told investigators the pair had issues he encountered hundred casual trying to enter scouse apartment the day before her death he'd been seen yelling at her apartment and mashing and all the buildings buzzers and are on twelve a._m. On august twenty fourth another of scouse neighbors heard thumping coming from her apartment. <hes> casual had been spotted on transit cameras walking from his apartment towards scouse around that time around midnight midnight or one a._m. Scowls neighbor across the hall woke to a strange man standing by her bed. The man ran out when she attacked him with an umbrella penguin style but the neighbor did not call police nor did you call police when she heard a scream from scowls apartment nor when she put her ear to the door of scout sweet and heard moaning i i think the police would have liked to know what was going on in that case i mean we'll. We'll try to keep you updated. The judge has not yet ruled on the competency of this man. It's possible that he goes to the looney bin forever or a psychiatric ward. I don't want to be disrespectful. <hes> a psych psych place a mental hospital hospital or it's possible that the judge says hey you know what this was obviously premeditated. It was so vile it was so brutal you have to stand trial for the murder of this woman in facing corporation so either way. He is off the streets which is good good. Yes man is extremely extremely. Dangerous is very dangerous but ed's very very intense. This is got to be careful and again. You just never let him back in no absolutely so there's actually when they start screaming because i understand i know when i'm in a highly agitated take state when i find myself screaming at a structure <hes> when i'm outside of a building and yelling at it that's when it's time for like now luckily i ah you know now lease there to scoop me up nora somebody. Maybe there's a fan that sees me. If you ever see me screaming out of building outside just be like like hey man doing all right. You mean like giving give a little checkout and you're even i i'll go into a i'll go to one of those places for mental exhaustion yellow malibu malibu passages malibu. You'll fit right in there with all the celebrities of all right well moving onto a sad story but technically much less disgusting osteen story. It doesn't involve murder. This is unfortunate. This is about a competitive eating competition and my heart goes out to this man a comp a man. Dan dies after competing in amateur taco eating contest a contest during a grizzlies game to this. This is what we talked talked about this where we're supposed to do our own self styled taco eating contest and i almost died. I process you did because you're giving it is a dangerous food. That's very dangerous food to eat quickly. You need to do it an relaxed atmosphere shirts guitars plan a couple of beers and you get an throw relax yeah so this is really sad so just be careful but he was he did go out technically a winner. His name was dana andrew hutchinson. He loves sports awards and he loved having fun. He said that he had not eaten all day. He was ready to do it. <hes> ready to go in there and win. He was actually speaking with people and he told one man. His name was eric schmidt. This is according to eric schmidt. He said he said he was going to enter a taco eating contest and has not been eating all day to make himself the winner. Mr schmidt say when watching the event who was on a jumbotron. He says he was winning. I mean he was hungry. You could tell my son and i were standing there like oh nope there's the guy and he was winning because he was starving but then unfortunately he took off took one more bite he he began to choke and the so they cut the titan tron they they cut the jumbotron footage he collapsed. E._m._t.'s went up to try to help open but unfortunately he died at the hospital about thirty minutes later and he leaves behind two teenage children zoo. Just be very oh sad so so sad. Be careful in your eating competitions because you know he loves to win but also pros are pros for reason white tux just the kind of would it does to her body. The amount of difficulty it has because also she throws it all right up to it. All comes out. Fuck another backup vacuum fucker. That's difficult on your throat really difficult on your gullet. I will say this. One statements pretty funny where he said from schmidt he was winning. I mean when he was hungry. You could tell my son and i were standing there like oh. Here's the guy and he was winning because he was starving. I know but apparently assist the that's. You know what that's a fucking. That's a lesson for life that wanna win. You gotta be hungry for that win. You do you do but you also gotta be careful. Apparently the rest of the weekends taco truck throwdown throwdown events did go on but they did indeed cancel <hes> some of the competitive eating events so there you go. I don't know what i'm not sure if these were harder soft off tacos. I'm gonna assume they were hard. Tacos and i would just say go with the soft taco route. I think you're much less likely to choke but you you gotta be careful anyway. That's just a little story there. That's a that's a story of warning a story of well but also a story of winning. He did go out on top so you are. You're a good man and it's unfortunate. What happened to you it. Just this story just hit me close to home because i'm currently for knowing competitive eating competitions white castle gasol burgers spicy chicken wings <hes> obviously the tacos and and some others along the way so you know this is how you're going to go oh. This is very possible but you know that's why you pick it. Really you have to really pick it very carefully. Which food you wanna go it and what level because i think if you're going to die during taco uh-huh you're gonna die during an eating competition kissel the only proper way to do it july fourth coney island eating competition so you go down as a true american. Yes the only on the way to properly schedule your death. I love it or if we could get on shaun evans hot once we i was tweeting about this we. I don't know if we're famous enough to get on. No i think it's to be but but now we used to be at the level whereas appropriate but i don't get on but i'm fucking ready yet. Bro you know sean hit him up for us because i don't do that. I'll do that in a gosh darn minute. I would love to check that out and still and see if i can't beat stone cold steve austin who was a total beast on them. I'm okay everyone. That's just a little competitive eating story. Steve austin episode was really good. Oh yeah dude stone. Cold is the best <hes> all right cool so this story is about a south indiana man evidently okay. His name is joseph uber hensley. He's thirty eight. He was charged with murder. Burglary abusive corpse andrew rape in two thousand fourteen after forty-six year old tammy. Jo blanton was found dead. What makes this case even even more brutal. <hes> is that evidently he ate parts of her brain and parts of her body. So this man truly is a cannibals do of course the question is kind of sticking with our story previously. Is this man competent enough to stand trial about. I mean again was he. Hungry was was it one of those where it's just like. Maybe just so wrapped up and how hungry you after. This is a snickers commercial that you're not you when you're hungry. Is that what you're saying. This is live at yeah. This is where you'd be have what is dick and mike ditka. Yes so his lawyer say he's got debilitating various serious mental health issues. He's got he's is behavior is extremely strange again. We'll see he'd been convicted and spent twelve years in utah state prison after killing the mother of his child so this is not the first time that he has committed extremely violent acts show. This is bizarre that he he was even out about that story so but this story this murder hap- took place on september eleventh two thousand fourteen around three o'clock in the morning blanton in cold pleased to report that over hanley was trying to break into her home. Police arrived he agreed to leave. Officers left her home when she didn't arrive at work. The next morning and co workers called the cops <hes> they found <hes> they they said they found a knife in his pocket and it was covered in his ex-girlfriend's hair in blood when the cops finally got this guy and tracked him down he stabbed her in the head neck and body then he cut her open with an electric saw and remove part of her brain and ate raw than cooked and ate another section he cut out her heart and eight that too along with a part of a lung so aw one of those hyper personal weird seems like maybe a schizophrenic break or something. It's either a break. You know what it always gets me is when the planning gets that intense right. I don't know whether that's that's always a question please. If you are either you worked for for a psychological forensics. You work with people that have done this type of gruesome murder. Please email us at side stories l. p. o. g. dot com to help with this this conversation station because i really want to know if if an intricate destruction of a body do something like this takes time name right effort where you have to go and get tools about how you're doing it. Does that make you more mentally ill or less mentally ill legally run. Does that make you know more cognizant of what did you do that. You're doing right where you sit and you think about it or is something that protracted a <hes>. I mean that you sat and you've been thinking about it for a while. Was it also like i don't really know. Where is it half. If it's fucking half a one half another one of those fucking unlike grey areas were really don't understand the human mind it does seem premeditated of course showing up there and then again with this very. I guess he wanted her to be a part of him or i mean we can't do a deep dive into the psychology of this person. We're not psychologists but my god there was something very personal there. They talk about with cannibals cannibals all right the game was really. It's all about incorporating the victim into you. Permanently right jeffrey dahmer openly said that that's why he did it but he was also the loneliest of the lonely serial killers right like yes definitely that the heartbreaker siri kelly so i don't really know it sounds sort of like a mixture then of a process process or product right the process killer who loves the process of killing product killer who just someone who wants the corpse so someone who is maybe a necrophiliac they. It's not necessary. It's not not they don't necessarily want to murder but they want the product and so in this case it seems as if it's a little bit of both because is it seems as if obviously he had the intention of cannibalism but then he seemed to relish in the moments of this because that's all the afterwards awards right. It's like playing with the body. It's having control rod yeah right now. It is my play thing and it's my toy this very very scary. Yeah and you got to be careful. You date out there. Be careful and listen if you're friends with someone or like coworkers listen when they're like this person's really dangerous whether it be a boyfriend or a girlfriend and there's a lot of people out there so just be careful. I wanna put him into category. Kooky people yeah. He's a really kooky quirky guy guy yeah. You know yeah like what was the name of woody allen's loving all of his movies. The woman was in every one of his movies is love interest. Oh diane diane keaton. Yes it real diane keaton jewelry diana. We're in a suit and it's like wow that's that's what i actually want to cover. This story really quick not the blob story stories story. Let me cover this story from the daily mail so it's irag but it's fun. Police find mummified human remains in a closet and a shrine to an unknown and deity at the home of a new jersey man who's accused of sexually assaulting a thirteen year old girl new jersey police discovered mummified human remains an altar to an unknown deity and the home of the man who has been accused of sexually assaulting a thirteen year old girl robert frank williams fifty three of newark was arrested on friday following reports the abused the a child over several months. The essex county prosecutor's office of the abuse began in two thousand eighteen but now they have not confirmed the identity of the remains unclear. If the remains are from an adult or the child it was a mummified human in a been in his closet literally storage fan pictures from his facebook page. I i love the fact that we're in the age to were like. Can you imagine just like having followed jeffrey dahmer when he was like what it would see his daily life what it was like back yes and on fucking social media and in this daily mail article and you can find it <hes> the headline is police fine mummified human remains in the closet and a shrine and then you guys can go from there. I'm sure that will come up <hes> but you can see the pictures of this shrine and it it really is extremely interesting. This area intricate this guy also would put captions on all the pictures so this is a caption that he had one on one of the photos that showed a bunch of dirt stuffed and stuffed inside to sandwich bags. I hear already already this is this is his quote on social media. I'll collect dirt's for men's and women's tombs catholic and jewish cemeteries as well. L. is all required dirt's to build pots. If you need specific dirt's then i can collect any amount needed and it's all very strangely space out strangely usually spelled the it's pretty much a general general fucking. Let's say an altar. I mean it seems pretty cool several pictures of him with a crown on picture i'm in full top hat with what can only be described as vu don like yeah <hes> accessories a lot of skulls beads or red cape obviously veasley some specific thing that he is he is working towards their photo just shows a bunch of tombstones and the shapes of crosses and he says these are some tombstones i acquired and also for sal and then he had an aside pentagram candles but this is like very this is very perfunctory. This is not a pentagram jewish star this. This reminds me a little bit of us us covering the early life of joseph smith of course in our mormonism series and thanks so much for such a wonderful <hes> response. Everyone's been so sweet about that series because <hes> <hes> which i know mental up because this is one of those deep dive mind breaking a series that <hes> that we've embarked on so the encouragement is wonderful but joseph smith during the grave robbing it seems is just like trying to sell this on oetzi it does he want that. You can just go steal from graves flip. It see what i do is as i go to the people do it all the time still us the the fucking the ghoul market it is it is flourishing as people like us because we are like that. We collect these odd bits so people like him technically. He's a businessman up until molesting. When you molest then you shift from businessmen who i guess technically. If you have a billion dollars you become like more important. I komo if you have a less than a billion dollars to become a criminal absa bed. Obviously the human remains but he couldn't just get up from a fucking grave. I honestly honestly he very much could have this man a dangerous man who is without a doubt a risk to society probably needs to be behind aimed at bars <hes> so anyway. That's just that little story. You never know who the hell you're living next to not to be or not not to make you scared but i'm just going to say have a barbecue just in summertime more time once a month like its neighbour barbecue and if someone comes over you know dress you working on if you say what you work at around the guys like <hes> begin an an entire world of necora mansi and power knocked chill you would. I'll show you some dirt's even if you need specific dirt hurt as much of it takes a near like hot dog. Did you eat me. I actually don't remember eat meat or not and then noted noted yes. Yes okay cool so let's do hero of the week. We are a word uh and the hero of this week. You know it's so fun. It's so fun when it's an animal week it quite frankly. I'm not gonna say that. My feelings were hurt. I was tagged quite a bit in a photo that went viral from the iowa state fair involving bowl. Being a large hog and dame is weighs about twelve pounds. He was shown chugging. Hey bud light live live at the state fair you tags in this fucking so many times and the only way i can describe it as fishery browse camp another the the lies that you have spread and sewed into society is just unreal unreal. This is misinformation. This is just a joke but this is in reality misinformation spreads. I don't drink bud light lime but back. Did you date it and you brag about it. I know one day we will find that audio will be we'll be presented. Do not think so but anywhere i watched you do it a a lawyer. It's twelve hundred pounds. He's slammed up bud light live down and he was super cute. Well do eat it so good job brutus brutus. I'm not sure if he won or if he didn't win. I'm not even really sure how a pig wins or loses a pig competition. I'm not sure who goes to them but we worried iowa at this same time and now i really regret not having one more day in deployed where we could have just gone and be like yeah brutus whoo i the phone to buy them would be to buy them and then all of a sudden you just have him around and then i mean honestly we would just eat them. Yeah maybe at some point when he got old. Although i do love piggies a i've said it before i'm not cows chickens okay but pigs their friends with dogs and if i got a pig i mean i would give up pork if i could and you don't wanna do try but then i found out everything i'm he'd. I just like pork so don't eat it all trump. What's always kind of disappointing. Honestly asli a pork chop at a restaurant until a little bit disappointed and you know what a little underwhelming. You know what else else they don't like is pork jerky. It's not good for the georgia sure don't like pork jerky. You know what i do like oh cured pork. I'll take any any second of the week. I also like the way i make pork chops because i'll sometimes do at my mom's way. Oh oh is that right you get the country style ribs right <hes> and this is like like it's it is sorta gross but it works you dick a mixture of sweet and sour sauce with a mixture of either like you get some form of the thai chili sauce that red chili sauce saraya or something that you like you mix it in with sauerkraut. Whoa whoa put the you mix it all together in with country style ribs and you bake that for at an hour an hour and a half four twenty right for twenty-five ooh sweet and salty well there you go. You've learned a lot of things on this on this episode. That's going to shorten your life. You learned how to play roulette. Learn how to make things to your rib barbecue eleven. There are certain recipes that my mom just had and i don't know where it came from from it. She did it with with the duck sauce. Oh interesting actually. I've never heard that. I'm all right everyone saying i suppose i have some. You wanna have some listener great. Let's do it so number one <hes> so this comes from jay okay i've been working backwards through episodes and at one point henry at talked about the documentary dangerous interest son i worked in a residential treatment facility for a few years working with adolescents with behavioral issues for the most part these kids had an imbalance that caused them to have little all to no control over their impulses and emotions <hes> or lived through a trauma that changed the way they interact with others but every now and then you'd come across one that was purely nearly a psychopath. I've seen some wild shit. Am i seven years of the facility but one that sticks with me. The most was an incident with the kid that i will call jared jared was violent and impulsive. He had no remorse what attack people with no provocation he times break into fits of laughter that was followed by ramblings of his desire to kill l. People set fire to animals or destroy the world around him one day jared went off on one of his aggressive outbursts and began stabbing himself in the neck and chest chest with a broken piece of plastic. Ooh i spent the remainder of the evening within arm's reach of him several times having new fend off an attack or place him into seclusion room room to prevent him from attacking other residents at one point near the end of my shift a sudden calm came over him and he began to describe to me an idea that he had he wanted to kill a dog doug cut off its legs and head then you wanted to kill a person and remove their arms legs and head then so the dogs appendages onto onto the human's body. That's creative kinda create okay after telling me about this jared had no more outbursts for the evening and my shift ended with no further incident the next afternoon my arrived for my shift. Jared was no longer at the facility. I was informed that during the morning while outside for recreation he climbed over the fence aunts and eloped from the facility. I was formed from the police. When he was returned to us that he had made his way to a nearby highway and was hitchhiking. He was picked adopt an older woman per her report. Once jared got into her car. He did not speak a word to her. You only sat in the passenger seat turn towards her and stared at her while all laughing to himself without looking away for several mile. Oh my god we're not answer any questions that she asked she eventually pulled a gas station and said he she was going to get them some candy the and called the police. Oh my god that is horrifying. Thank god that woman is still alive. Oh i mean that's scary. It seems like a human centipede type thing. It seemed like you know he's creative. I guess if you were tom savini and you were putting together a horror film and if we lived in an alternate universe universe where you could create a man dog like that. I'm on this idea. Yeah i mean that's a movie out of it but okay well. I'm happy that he is where he is yeah all right. I got this one coming in from h. This is entitled hail yourselves u._f._o. Cited they say ever since i saw in u._f._o. When i was a child i've kept my eyes to the sky today. I was driving up to pick up my best friend from the airport keeping myself alert because of how shitty norfolk drivers can be oh ooh drivers all of a sudden i see something that can only be explained as a flying grain of rice moving in a way that a plane or a jet jet would not move it was moving at a steady pace and a semi quick speed and didn't get any bigger as i drove closer now since i'm currently the u._s. Navy i've seen her plenty of military aircraft and this u._f._o. Was not and there was no noise. I was overwhelmed by the feeling that this this is not something that was manmade unfortunately at disappeared over the trees because i could not get any other photo or any photo at all so what is this henry the the sort of flying grain of rice it sort of reminds me of the of the genetic tack u._f._o. That was seen over the u._s. Nimitz which we also cover one one of the videos of the same type of object that we cover the live show and name of that large <hes> what looked to be kind of an asteroid that that was going through that was going through earth as i forget. It's a very very long name a new way something like that something like that. Yes very interesting. I don't know i feel aguirre. There are many types of these types of crafts and i don't know why i actually got another one another set of videos that have said they had these videos. I've seen multiple ones that they were interesting but they might be flares. Oh but something that solid it's all about if it i'm gonna say if it zigzags. It's weird and you don't get specifically. Specifically moves away planes do not move right is very very important and in a way that flare a flare does not move no do we tails. I do a little bit thicker but i love it because it comes from an actual microbiologists this comes from p we actually met i believe after a kansas city show like several years ago which is very nice and so glad that she stayed in contact also com our military is known to research select agents both for the purpose of infecting populations relations and for countering such threat stone population typically biological weapons cause acute potentially fatal infection with a low dose of microbes that can be transmitted via aerosol paul a good example is cox elber not write a causative a causative agent of q fever because infection with less than ten microbes delivered via aerosol it can be it can be debilitating but it's usually not lethal the u._s. Government has investigated the weaponization of excel and many other infectious agents bioweapons weapons. A better example is backlash and threats aka anthrax q. metal roof spare an air this microbe form spores that spread quit widely early in easily and causes severe acute disease that is debilitating and potentially lethal used successfully in recent times the infants of the infamous attack on government in two thousand one one lime disease caused by burrell bergdorf up because it goes back to us talking about weaponize techs right right right does not fit the profile of a typical biological weapon as it causes chronic symptoms that develop very slowly the early symptoms mostly consist of periodic joint pain and it can progress more severe systems after two more severe symptoms after many years thus coldly logical terms it is difficult to identify how bergdorf he would be a useful biological weapon. I am absolutely slaughtering. These latin names have no clue by their extremely difficult. No no clue it does hardly anything in the short term and it's not rapidly or easily transmitted so i i was at first skeptical when i heard about these weaponized ticks however our government has experimented with many things in the name defense. Not all of them are good ideas. After a bit of light researching i found that the newbies claims names that have been made by others namely michael carroll's account of weaponized text in lab to five seven disturbing story of the government's secret germ laboratory. It's totally it's totally feasible and it seems quite likely the baramulla was just one of the microbes being evaluated as a biological weapon and during my training as a microbiologist we heard lots of stories of stunning missteps and lax practices actresses and i got to experience one firsthand even with all the precautions and safety training. There's still horrific. Accidents lab. I joined at university of chicago had quite a history. One man died of plague and one student contracted a flesh eating infection on her face. I'd be happy to give more details on the story here. If you guys are interested we are absolutely interesting. The these sorts came back to the seventies and apparently she said gonna remember that in the seventies people were still mouth pipe heading urine back then tr using using their mouth to flagging transfer pissed different tubes to a lot of mistakes were made and one last quick one real quick one. This is called how ben kissel ruin my sex life o. r. I've been meaning the email you for a while a couple couple months ago. My boyfriend and i were in bed watching t._v. Like we usually do when i get off work flipping between the travel channel and adult swim when things started getting pretty steamy after a while we heard the hard away white t._v. In the background is an awful terrible idea on top by boyfriends about to finish dead in my eye inches not now ben. I'm utterly confused so i turn around and it's kissel on tv talking about aliens and excitedly yeah well obviously between your pretty face is going to hell the talking at aliens show i understand we probably ruined a lot of people sex lives. I'm just gonna say turn. Turn turn it on h._b._o. Where it's all sexy come watch game throats. You don't get in the mood you do saturday. Yes does head and if you're going to cut each other while you're having sex. Well we try. We try to do our best. Sometimes we save lives and sometimes we ruined sex. You know it happens. Follow her on yeah. Big boy yeah i yes. He talked about seventeen all right everyone well. Thank you all so much for listening. We cannot wait to see our european friends. This tour is going to be so much on. I uh-huh fantasizing thirteen days away from going into a dublin pub getting my jameh getting that guinness straight out of the home. Could it got a couple of years. Oh my friend got our asses kicked. We we all. We're going to be very polite very i'm not going to you know we've survived glasgow. I think we can survive dublin just roll with it unfortunately what it means to survive glasgow and to dislike this. You just gotta drink until you start making as much sense as they don't make us. That's you gotta get all the same for everyone thinks. Oh love your life. Love love love your life. If love your life like you just slip into a pool phila- guinness ooh. I'll tell you frothy top top top your tits there <music> <music>. You got to live like you're about to get on a plane for seven hours a europe and you've got to get a little pillow about whole yeah. Let's make sure you listen to herself and then just laugh how we're just a bunch of meat bunch of balloons inside of it jangling around and sometimes you get your penis suck. Sometimes you get your your your vagina pleasure d- <hes> but other times you gotta do for yourself and i think that's important all the time to remember the. You're not get the pleasure you need. You gotta go get it. You're requesting people masturbate while laughing vigorously. Yes okay wonderful bagels. What's for listening and never forget to hail yourself. Alf hail satan musto lesions <music>. Ooh very nice thank you. This show is made possible by listeners like you. Thanks to our ad sponsors you can support our shows by supporting them for more shows like the one you just listen to go to last podcast network dot com.

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The Sedano Show (HR 2):Who can give Pouncey a run for his money, Jorge or Mason?

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The Sedano Show (HR 2):Who can give Pouncey a run for his money, Jorge or Mason?

"Saddam with you here on. Espn presented by Progressive Insurance. All our guests appear via the Shell Pennzoil Performance. Line by the way. This isn't an announcement. It's a declaration of deliciousness right now. Garlic butter is taken over at churches. Starring Churches Five Dollars Shrimp and tender platter. Four garlic butter shrimp two tenders fries. Soi and a biscuit. Churches bringing that down Home Flavor Michael Thompson. His chastising me on my texts right now. He says. And you're proud of that of all the cursing do behind the scenes and I said sure went out and it says I it shows how versatile I am right in front of a microphone. I don't curse right. You have the ability to stop yourself right. And he says classless. Do you curse in front of your daughter and I said I just said. I don't curse in front of the kids or a microphone. Are you listening? You're only half listening. See that's the problem with your Mike. Thomson you only half listen. He's half listening to you. Half listening to leave it to beaver rerun right exactly. I'm just surprised you leave it to beaver for you. Even Michael would be proud of that Mason said. Have Your people call my people? Let's talk to Mason in a second here. But I I want to get to the sound about the rockets. So Tillman for Tita. The owner of the rockets was on the pre-game show with Stephen a Smith. And he says Lakers clippers. You guys are sleeping on my team. Well let let let. Let's be honest. I mean Golden State was a great team. We were obsessed with Golden State. Everybody was obsessed with them and said was. There's a bunch of really good teams in the Western Conference this year. I mean we're one game out of the spot where two and a half games out of the second spot and it's GonNa be a tough playoff run and our team. We feel. I can win it. All as well as the LAKERS CLIPPERS DENVER DALLAS. There's just a Lotta Utah. There's a lot of really good teams and and we don't fear anybody. We've been like we can win it all as well as the clippers and the Lakers in Denver. They don't fear anybody and then before we get to Mace Jay. Williams said this yesterday about the rockets in the Lakers. You know who is the only bad matchup for the rockets? And just the clippers the matchup. 'cause they're the personality of the guards to guard them right now. We were to start the playoffs today. Stephen a the rockettes. We go through the Utah Jazz. I think they would beat them. They have to go through the Lakers. They will beat the Lakers Lakers. The watcher said they beat the Lakers question. Whose style do you think we'll prevail? Do you think the Lakers tied to play them small or would they try to play them? Big I think. Come playoff time to ball slows down. It GETS MORE PHYSICAL. And that's what how do you match up? How do you match up? You can't play big against them. They'll bring you out the gym not running the B on amounts of recessions. You're going to have to play small. You can't play Anthony Davis and Dwight Howard together. You get Anthony Davis and the development together the play. Ad Lebron and go small the match up. I gotTa admit once upon a time. I didn't know Dan Tony would last now. What guys and I'm saying. Why should he go anywhere? I gotTa tell you no question about appreciate you Jay. Thanks as always thank you so much. I mean they'd be. It'd be a series. I don't think they'd beat them. I I think that the Lakers even though it's not what they do would still just try to pound them and they can with Eddie and Lebron and everybody that I mean I don't know about Dwight in jail. He may have a point there but those other two come on get. Outta here matching up with those guys. I speaking of matching up and your Caspian Los Angeles Steve Mason Mason Ireland. Three o'clock right here on this station. Three to six thirty before all they do is. Make Fun Asleep. While for half an hour. Why do you make fun asleep for half an hour? Great whipping boy as me. I mean I was listening to the other day. I was sitting like this poor man. He's just a punching bag right now between the two of you is so you know. He's really coming into his own this legal after dark. Show and he's he's got going on he is he's a guy that knows. Nothing about anything except the Lakers Lakers. He's he's an absolute ace everything else completely clueless. It is pretty fascinating. That he doesn't know anything about when I used to bring him in Before I would I would ask you about other stuff. And he's like I just don't know about that I mean and I was also stunned but you guys you take it to a different level. This is just the daily bit with you now awesome. No He's really I. I like the guy a lot I'm amazed at what he doesn't know. And every night we test Allen. It's amazing what he doesn't know. It really is amazing. So I said you were the most important person on this radio station But you but you can't take me in the cursing game like even Bergman who knows the two of US believes that that's the case and as much as you text me F you. It's not going to change that. That's who I am off the air. No I really do believe that. I've got the foulest mouth accusations by the way the the the person who co curses the most in the world is Jerry. West is just amazing. He doesn't finish the sentence without cursing Except when he's speaking publicly But I mean I think I'm right there. I'm in that category. I you know we've done a lot of cross talks purgatory together. I don't remember you cursing that much will not on the air but the I'm sure he did plenty of off off here. I don't I don't remember you've cursing as much as me. Yeah well I don't know we'll have to. We'll have maybe we'll have curse off one day we can do that. How about an event like that right like not on the air? We just do like one big event and see who can just. We were doing a podcast but not really a podcast. Right like an like an R. rated podcast and how you know The effort must verb adjective and adverb. You can use it any way. You want It's a brilliant work and I don't find it offensive like I. I don't know if you think about it like I. I don't take the Lord's name in vain because you know that's that's a different category church doesn't offend me at all not one bit but this is why we have the alliance. I feel like the alliance lives even though we don't get to see each other very much anymore. Housman Sodano show working up as Ramona says. It's the Sodano show for real this time for real 'cause I'm a longtime listener. First-time caller I and to me. It's the finest radio show. There is between ten noon on seventeen. Espn I would agree. I would agree with that. Yeah that is an excellent point by you yes yes In the alliance lives I mean I appreciate you saying that? I'm the most important person at the station. 'cause I wholeheartedly agree but I thought you number two and Ireland Third Ireland. You've betrayed Ireland. I'm not betraying your here. More often than Ireland is now I have. We have more fill in for Ireland because of a Lakers. That he's not here enough to count as much anymore That's fascinating so maybe we've always talked about. It should just be peace. The thing is I really do miss purgatory to. Why don't you just come on? And we just do it every day at eleven forty five or something. I know we've been talking about that. It just it's adding more work. Outgoing goal in life is my goal in life is to work less. I really WANNA work as little as possible But I I will. I'll start calling you sometime. Between cannon new yeah or maybe what do we could trade it off right like I'll call you right before you guys make fun of like in between fast track or something. Have you ever seen that? Show the hot ones I have yes. So Sean Sean Evans Right. He's the host He's coming into the studio And we're GONNA do The the hotlines game show and I want you to do it. You me an Ireland. The wings of debt you off for that is that today now today. We're working a big project. We're working on in sometime in the next couple of weeks yeah. I'm in as long as I'm not like flying to a game like I'm in okay. We're going to work it around your schedule. Power you with really super hot wings. I'm good like I will. Here's the thing so you want to know something funny by me if I have like. I like spicy food but if it gets to a point where it's too spicy the the big tell my body. Is I start. Hiccuping is that right. Yeah you will hit that because you know that lasts level of wings like I just watch the welfare all one and at the end by the time he gets to the hottest of the hot wings he is just blurting out. Words like saying things that don't make any sense. It's so hot. Oh man that's what we're we'RE GONNA get Shaun Evans into do it and I want you to be part of that done deal. We'll make that happen. What do you think of all these all of a sudden? All these guys coming out thinking the rockets can actually beat the Lakers. Absolutely ridiculous You know to me. It's it's a very. I think it's probably Lakers and sex. But you know you go out you fifteen threes in a game. I don't know how many shots I shot last night Forty five fifty. Three's whatever it is I guess if you make forty five percent of those win I just don't think he can make forty five percent of those threes in four out of seven games. Yeah again the look. I honestly think very similarly of Milwaukee even though they've got an even better player than James Harden like. I think that that's kind of the thing. Because as as as great as Jaanus is we've seen that he has some flaws and some holes in his offensive game so it's why I'm not sold on the bucks to be honest with you winning a championship with Janas. She just box them. In right. You can take you on us. You can really limit what he does at the basket and in the paint by just box them in And I don't think they'd get the three point shooter that Houston has got different with Houston. I mean they're going to spread the floor and they're just GONNA Although Russell Westbrook is GonNa you know have a wide open lane a lot of the time and go to go to the rack because there's so much face there. I just don't think they can shoot threes as well as they need to compete for Lakers and four of seven and I also don't think they've got any size or enough length to be able to compete with La. Yeah I I agree with you and I also think they even have I know. They've beaten the clippers Already this season too but I also feel like they can't beat them either. Because I just think that once collide locks in like forget it like James Harden or Russell Westbrook. Whoever it is they're not going to be able to score very much on him and if they do. It's going to be really really hard really hard. I actually think that the Lakers match better with Houston Because of the links ties because length and size is the clippers. That's the one weakness they've got is they. Don't have that dominating Big Beach Subas Montross Herald. They they don't have a dominating. I think that's a lakers. Best advantage. Of the clipper sue is ultimately get nobody to match up with Anthony. Anthony Davis lasting for you. Did you see the Tom? Vertucci thing about the two thousand seventeen world series where Clayton Kershaw in that one game where he got hammered through. Fifty one off speed pitches and that the Astros didn't swing at one of them. I was at that game. That was the thirteen to twelve game. That was game five Clayton Kershaw had four run lead. Then hit a three run late. He blew both of them. Does not surprise me at all That's an unbelievable statistic that they did not swing at one of his breaking pitches. That's incredible to me that the finding evidence of ydf dodger should have won the world series and would have won that world series. They would've won game five because they'd broken broken out a big lead twice against the Astros in game six. They WANNA dodger stadium. That should have been the closeout game. The dodgers were absolutely rob did this world series and I still think that they should be stripped of the title. I don't want the title as a dodger fan but I think they should be stripped of the title and I think I'll to should be stripped of his his MVP I started to lean more in that direction. I actually think even though Manfred. It's a losing proposition for him. Needs to kind of just continue digging like he needs to go try to punish the astros players let the players Association go back at him let if they have to go through a court of Appeals. Let them do that. I think it's good for him in the Court of public opinion to do that. And and let's face it. He needs some good pub right now. Right I mean he's been on the wrong side of that so far. It WOULD BE SMARTER TIM strategically to get in the on the right side of this thing. 'cause I generally baseball players teams owners fans are all on the same side of this and by the way. Isn't it great that the Astros at least as of yesterday has played six games and had already gotten plunked seven times? Yeah I mean it's what we expected at this point. I'm curious to see how what the actual tally is by the end of the season and if Manfred steps in At some point because I would guess that that will be the case. Because he'll be urged by Jim Crane in them to try to step in. But Yeah I mean it is what they they should be expecting moving forward. Let me ask you this. I know that. What's the kid named Greg that that was doing? Mike Bolsinger my bowl singer. Do you think Clayton Kershaw should sue the Astros not necessarily major league baseball because they claim they didn't know And it shows some evidence that they didn't know at least at that particular time. But would you sue kershaw because they defamed his character well bulletin are does not have a case because he was just never an elite pitcher Kershaw. I would have a case now having been in court in a big lawsuit right ask. I don't I don't think that case goes anywhere but I'll tell you what you think about it. Who IS CLAYTON? Kershaw in terms of legacy. If he wins that game I mean. They changed his legacy. The monkey would have been off of his back. He would have been a guy who won a championship. He would have been a guy who want a big game on the road you might have been the MVP. Mace has pitch really get really really well in game one too. So you know in in my mind That's that's a. That's a real travesty. And by the way once you've once you get past over the over the top once you actually win a championship. How does that affect the next two years? All the sudden pitch better without that big question hanging over his head litigations right way to go. But I'll tell you I've changed my opinion on Clayton Kershaw. I fully believe he would have won that game. Had they not been stealing size and now look he's not the same guy doesn't have the same velocity but I'll peel back even further because Carlos Beltran. The story in the athletic the original story said when he got to the Astros. You guys are behind the Times remember. Clayton Kershaw struggled in two thousand fourteen against the cardinals. I mean he's had many struggles against the cardinals and Beltran. Was there the year before? Like like I'M NOT A and they've also been dealing with some stuff where in the past where people have felt like. They've been nefarious about stuff and cheated about stuff like I'm not necessarily a one hundred percent outright accusing them but I wouldn't put it past them. I also don't think this is just the Astros and the red SOx involved. I think there's a lot of teams involve and because of the cardinals history. I would even look back that I you know what I disagree with you. I did call us about China's probably always been really good at stealing signs the old fashioned way but act when you think about how many people it took to steal signs for the Houston Astros Camera in center field. Somebody in the club center monitor signalling to somebody in a trash can banging the trash can and doing it instantaneously. It took so many people to do so many people were in on it. It was conspiracy. I don't think that a conspiracy at that level exists anywhere else or has existed anywhere else and I think when that red sox report comes out it will be. It will be wink compared to what the Astros to this is why you're the most important person on this radio station. Thank you thank you and this is why. You're the second most important on the station. I go bleep yourself. I'll talk to you later. Steve Mason Mason Ireland three o'clock today on. Espn LA. I coming up next. Should we BE APOLOGIZING CLAYTON? Kershaw eight seven seven hundred ten. Espn do you. Now think differently of him. Eight seven seven seven ten. Espn and also. Are you buying this whole rockets? Nonsense that they can win the whole thing and they could beat the Lakers or the clippers for that matter. Eight seven seven seven ten. Espn eight seven seven. Seven three seven seven six. We'll open the phones and get your thoughts and just a few moments sedan with here on seven ten. Espn Jeff Darlington. Who's got the story today about? He'd be stunned if Brady returned to. New England will join us. He's a longtime buddy of mine in about ten or twelve minutes so stick around for that this segment brought to you by our friends at capital one when you earn unlimited double miles and every purchase your next trip closer than you think. What's in your Wallet Before I get to the calls a lot if you want to chime in on the Kershaw conversation like do you look at Kershaw differently? Like Mace pointed out and thanks to make for stopping by. They're the most important person on the radio station. Second though and cursing I think you have to look at it differently. I think that that game changed his legacy. I don't think there's any question about that. He could have been the. Mvp of that series. If he wins that game like I mean being litigious is not ideal but man. I'd think long and hard about it. I think long and hard but it's not like he needs the money but I just think for the satisfaction of it. You know speaking of satisfaction Stephen. A Smith was on. I take talking about Lebron's performance against Zion. Any kind of echoed something one of the caller said yesterday which is let me see him do it again show Enough Aka. I brought prove to me that he still wants wants to remind everybody that he's the man and you got up and coming superstars even wants to put them on notice that he's still a roadblock respect and appreciate him and he deserves that the me personally. That's about it every time. I see him perform like this. I can't help. We're takes me where it takes me is to one place and one place. Only you going to do this. Guy Kuwa- because see he's waiting. He'll be waiting to see what I'm saying. I know we talked about the clippers. I know we talked about them having issues and they are real by the way. I'm not too worried about it but it's not like there are no issues that they're having at this particular moment in time but in the end. I want to see that against Koa. I want to see that. It gets an experienced veteran and a champion. Who has put you on? Notice that he's coming for you. He's coming for the crowd. It is the ultimate test. That's going to be the match up. Everyone's going to want to see and it really can't get here fast enough because one that happens we're going to see to all time greats. Basically go at it with arguably as big a stakes as we've seen in a very very long time to great so actually have to compete against each other individually in that game guarding each other scorn against each other. It's going to be some of the best basketball we've seen in this city in a long long time and forget about the city in the world. I let's go to the phones. People want to chime in on this before we get to Jeff in about ten minutes and Orange County. Andy what's up? Hey George thank you about Kershaw The chain scandal is actually GONNA hate the chain scandal. Don't get me wrong. It's totally bad But I after everything happened. You know I've been in La all my whole life you know My first dodger game I saw Don Drysdale Anyway I had five dodger pitchers ahead of Kershaw. You Know Dries. Doco facts or above and But but you know now you look so differently because he probably would have had a great world series and so yeah. You got to look at them differently. You know he'd probably wouldn't have got shelled right anyway. Georgia there's another thing I want to ask you guys and this goes to Bergman to like I said I've been in La my whole life. Why are you guys? Take the clippers over there at seven ten so much. I WANNA say the clippers. I don't know. I give the clippers a ton of respect and get a lot of Greece. You give George you do but Mason next time. You talk to him ask him. Why Ireland Bergman Katie Clippers and I WANNA make a point I wanna I wanNA maybe make a case for them look at. They got rid of the worst ever and now have the best owner arguably in the week they have probably the best one the best. Vogel or Doctor. Who would you take come on? We talked about this yesterday. I mean look I think Franks good. Coach don't get me wrong but if I had to give someone edge give it to Dr. Okay they have two kids are two stars are from La Right so why does burden and Mason hates the creeper so bad? Yeah Bergman hate the clippers so bad answer the man u's Howard is not cowardice. I'll tell you a will hold on Andy. Andy I'll tell you jerry west. Okay Yeah you can. You can name all these people that you want. It doesn't matter if you were in New York and you're a Yankee Fan. Are you going to be a mets fan to or you know? Loved the mets. Now if you're if you're a giants fan or you're GONNA be at Van to know your one team or the other. I am a Laker fan therefore I am no I am. Not a clipper fan. I am a Clinton clip and I am a Messily Fan. Andy hold on. Hold on let me let me mediate here. Let me mediate here okay. I think what Andy's trying to say an indie. You tell me if I'm wrong. He's not saying you have to like them. He's just saying you have to respect them. They're good exactly you give them a little luck. They've been so bad for so ever my first game as a Laker Fan. I saw West right so you guys don't really understand the whole Andy Are you are you. Do you have siblings? Do you have a younger brother or a older brother? Yeah yes they do all right so whichever way it is. The older brother is not going to give any credit to the younger brother and the clippers are always always always going to be the younger brother and all of this you want. You want to beat your younger brother. I played basketball with my brother every single day. He beat me all the time even though I was a better player than him but that was just because he was the bigger he was the older brother. It's just how it works man like they're the clippers. They're always going to be the clippers. I don't care I know how it works. It doesn't just say give him some love. You don't have to hide. Andy thank you Buddy. Appreciate just respect them a little bit. I mean look I give them some respect. There are good team. I'm legitimately worried about playing them in the in the playoffs. But that doesn't mean I want them to win or have any here and say oh yeah. They're so great. No I'm a I'm a Laker Fan. But they're really good. They are very good. David in San Bernardino updated going good. I just wanted. I just wanted to speak on this kershaw thing. I think meant from a mental aspect of it. All I feel like he's GonNa grow like substantially from it. 'cause I mean now that you know like you had this hanging over your head but I understand the same Louis cardinals thing before but like they cheated and it messes up your mental but nothing now moving forward. He'll be even. Yeah the only challenge with that David and I totally get what you're saying is that you know he's got diminishing skills now like he just. He doesn't have fastball that he had previously. He's he's still. He's still a very good pitcher but he just didn't have the juice anymore that he had previously. Which is a shame you know in in. Long Beach in went up. Hey George so I just wanted to reiterate that everybody's opinion on Clayton Kershaw should change because He would have had at least one World Series Championship. Possibly to number one number two. And you probably don't know this but rob Manfred doesn't have a twitter account so I don't know how I can express my disappointment with him. Directly Somebody on the station can find that out and broadcast that. That would be great. We'RE GONNA DAN. Thank you buddy appreciate it. Let's take a quick break. We'll take your calls at eight seven seven seven ten. Espn PLUS JEFF DARLINGTON ESPN NFL insider. Thinks he'd be stunned. If Tom Brady returns to. New England is going to be a raider. It's going to be a charge cowboy. We'll get into all that with Jeff next here on. Espn presented by progressive. Insurance guests appear via the Shell Pennzoil performance. Line like our PAL Jeff Darlington. Espn NFL insider joins us. Here was made a ton of news. I get up this morning and all of a sudden. I see all these emails and like I'm watching TV. And it's your mug everywhere. Talking about Tom Brady. Good Lord Man. You're everywhere today. I do reminds reminds me of the PIN Tibo Story back in two thousand eleven. Where like everything you say. Just you know it's it's big news and I and I get that. I mean Tom Brady. Probably the biggest free agent that we've ever seen. Yeah no doubt so jeff. You're under your understanding. Is We played the audio earlier. Right that that you'd be stunned if he returns to New England And that Tom and his his people are operating under the belief that ill enter free agency. Why are we here why? Why have we gotten to this point? Well by the way he's people like there's a lot of people around him who think that you could still wind up with the Patriots. It's Tom Approaching this like he's entering free agency. But but and the reason I say that is because like it's it's valid als of all these people coming at me like Tom. Stand in New England. Like I get why. We're all uncomfortable kind of accepting The reality that that Tom is serious about beating The people close to kill the same way but comedy's definitely looking at this With his sights set on leaving the Patriots. And I think that's why all of us whether you're close to them or do anything about him Needs to probably start accepting and I don't know if like the question I just told hijacked that one. No No. It's fine I follow up which is basically what what led us to this point. Like what are the issues is that money is the roster is it all of it. It's actually not as much It's not as much. It's certainly an element to the bill factor. it's fatiguing to play New England. He's done for twenty years and certainly Had lasted longer than anybody else in that system. No question about it but at forty two You know I think he's Pretty. Tired of the antics is the right word. But he's pretty tired of that system Whether it was last year when he was going through his contract negotiation And you know. He's getting kind of jerked around in terms of like he wanted like some number and and the Patriots. Like now we're GonNa give you this and we're gonNA make you earn the rest of the incentives and it's like really like at this point and And it wasn't that egregious crazy and so it's it's things like that that I think pile up A lot the same reason that Rob Gronkowski ended up retiring. It's wears on you and at this point it's not just about what he's leaving but also about what he's essentially chasing not is just a comfortable fund situation with the team that Potentially got some weapons and and And just a new challenge. I guess five putting it okay so before I get to the potential new challenges and teams in what nine how much of this is an ego thing between him. Bella check because we've always talked about. How much credit one guy gets over the other Blah Blah Blah? That's always been a constant battle Amongst sports talk shows debate shows in whatever does that. Play a factor. I think maybe to a degree The one thing I'd say about this is not. This is just me kind of now a little bit like I. I think it's if you think about it. Like for time to go somewhere else and now like compete beyond him or check like guess forty two years old. But it's not exactly fair to expect like town if Tom go somewhere else and isn't what he was. Maybe ten years ago to suddenly say oh check all along like he's forty two year old quarter So so so in some degree phone is acting up throwing some degree you know. I do think it is about the ballot check dynamic but but not entirely. Okay Fair enough. Let's go through some of these. Potential teams Everyone here like like there's three teams here in essence. I know that there are two physically here. But the raiders are also basically. La's teams still. Let's start with the raiders What do you make of their potential to land? Tom Brady The raiders are interested. for sure it's definitely of interest to them and and by the way. I don't I don't want to make it sound like they are all in ready to cut Derek jeter cutter Trait Derek Carr But they're certainly interested as I think I think Who Was Bruce Arians? Put it best like we just WANNA see what's behind door number two I'd say that that's probably where the raiders are at a number of other teams and And I yeah I mean that's definitely. Let let me be clear. Tom Brady has a bunch of teams that are interested in him and Tom Brady is very open to going to a bunch of teams so freighters are absolutely one of them So too by the way are the charges. Since I I'm guessing that's the next one that was the next one. Yes and those teams. You know you know this league as well as anyone who has the better pitch to him. Well it's it's interesting because I know that Brady knows grooten I know that he knows Lin to a lesser degree The interesting thing about somewhere. Like the raiders couldn't is like who's GonNa Learn? The new technology terminology is it. Is it Gruden or is it Brady So like you know. Those are two very different systems and they would have to kind of decide that ahead of time if that was going to make any sense The chargers is interesting to me because I felt like part of the reason that they moved on from Philip rivers was because they wanted a quarterback that fit more of what Anthony. Lynn was thinking. And I I'd heard about this capability in the mobility and why they'd be interested in to So I guess the funny thing about this is that these teams are interested. I'm telling you one hundred percents air interested. But what's funny about it is like it's the Tom Brady factor because it kind of feels like it goes against what they should be interested except for the fact that we're talking about Tom Brady and nothing else. Let's move onto some other teams the titans. What are their chances The titans are familiar out of my able cannot be overlooked guys are close friends and I think the titans treating Tom Brady if they have say like running back like Derrick Henry if not if they can't commit and find a way to lock that up whether it be a franchise tag or a long term extension. I think the titans become a far less likely cedar for Brady. You thought with With that in play I do think that that That would make sense to one about the dolphins with one hundred and twenty or thirty up to forty million dollars in cap space up to one forty and a ton of draft picks and draft capital. What about them with a guy that he's also familiar with in Flora's I don't think that the dolphins are now in a situation that they plan to pursue Brady It would've made sense. Had they started to construct the roster say last summer maybe not trade until keeping around or go in and start to build assets for that potential. Like that's the one that when we think about the NBA hearings like guys go out and try to build the team ahead of time before they got there like I could've seen the Dolphin doing that But they didn't they chose to go a different route and And as a result I don't necessarily see them being a suitor forum Even though that probably at one point in time would have made the most sense. I and one more pie in the Sky Jeff Darlington. Espn NFL insider with us here. The Dallas Cowboys. I don't think so. I think that they'll try to get it done with Jack. I mean that's that's that's Kinda I I would say. If you'RE GONNA go pie in the Sky I actually Steer your fear fun talk about it or tour like the forty niners really on one. That's the one that's like the pie in the Sky I think And then also throw the bucks in there and You throw the colts in the bears as well. Yeah I mean. The colts make some sense. But you know there's the whole banning thing like you know what I mean like no no. I'm with you and this is what's funny like what what I think is kind of like fun about this whole conversation like I'm doing that partly like I'm. I'm actually very serious like this is the way Tom Brady and people around him are going about this now. Like it's not so different than this conversation that we're having and I think that everybody assumes that they're sitting having these these serious discussion. Like this is you know like a sitting in a boardroom. Passing around like documents and stuff like. They're kind of spitballing. At this point to trying to figure out what makes sense and everything that we talked about is a team that Tom Brady has discussed so So like while. Sometimes it feels irresponsible. Feel like just start spit balling. We're kind of in a window right now where we can do that. And it's not so we responsible fun with it right. He's doing it. We sure as hell should be doing it right like I'm with you. I mean that's true but But Yeah San Francisco pie-in-the-sky and and I would say the bucks probably honestly if you really look at our top to bottom officer Proximity East Coast Warm weather all those factors. The bucks honestly on paper might surely make the most sense. I mean they certainly got. I mean. How's the offensive line? I didn't really watch that many. Yeah there okay. There were better late in the season. There's still some avenues as I understand that. They could go down to rebuild that offensive line to degree. There's a couple of guys need to get healthier but That's okay but they've got a lot of weapons they defense that was top five in most categories towards the end of the season. Like they're actually better equipped for sort of a plug and play veteran. Who maybe get the ball out. Pretty fast and And help them in that regard so they kind of do have the the The roster and make it happen in a coach who certainly willing to To kind of get on the same page with a quarterback and figure things out. James should've had a year earlier. I mean seriously Jeff Darlington. Espn NFL insider friend of the program. You're the best brother I know. It's been busy so thank you. Thanks for me about you. GotTa Take Care. There is Jeff Darlington. I we got a lot of people on hold them WanNa talk about this. Kershaw thing still. We'll get to you guys in a second I want to also play a bit from competition. Momo earlier about Lakers vs rockets Lakers vs clippers. We'll have that for you here. We're back three minutes here on seven ten. Espn so I want you guys to hear. Our conversation had very early in the show with Momo. We'd like a three minute. Back and forth about Lakers rockets Lakers clippers will have that for a second but let me go to one. Hundred in Koreatown. What up so it was Europe. And I'd say there's out okay so I'm going to talk about the Brady. We're GONNA get on Brian Again and we're GONNA get a little baseball so Brady Brady was smart. Bright he'll come to La Right. We got all they made. Keenan Allen will be a beef. She wants all the routes for them. They got a great defensive line right the already got everything. They need it then. Why not bring the hip hop and opened up that new stadium that they got going on. Okay now we're we're Barbara. We said yesterday he ain't GonNa do it again. So you know how like ally. Brady's number some folks they've got so number and so I've got blood number. He waiting on like you said we see the clippers. Doing where will we should of did and bombers be funny like everybody that we go out there as a Laker. He's like Nah. We'RE GONNA cash out wherever they go. Whatever want again. We're GONNA throw a little extra. You're not going over there like you know what I'm saying like we lost out on the be all honest as real LAKER FANS. Like my my guy over there say. I don't like the clippers but I like Hawaii. I liked podgorze. Why because they real- they were supposed to be in the other uniform. You know what I'm saying but don't nobody really want to play with the land. Everybody I think they do but they don't. That's why mellow never came. This is not going over there so we really lost out on the on the on the La kids. 'cause 'CAUSE THE GUY from Cleveland want come Hollywood. You know what I'm saying. Then on baseball I blame. I don't do the outside. People say they cheated but man if you played any sports baseball football basketball everybody's still inside. I know they took it to another level but their level was pretty ridiculous. Though that that that when you use it technology like that's different but if the information age you can't blame them everybody's using well. No listen I and again. I don't think they're the only team I think they're the team that kept doing it when they told them to stop. You know what I'm saying and I think that that's kind of like the Patriots with Spy Gate you know what I mean. I do think that that plays a factor in this thing but yeah ultimately I think that I think a lot more teams are doing it and I think baseball were smart. They'd open it up because I don't think that I think that we'd find out more guys got screwed in a lot of ways because other teams are doing this the bag. Now the CAT's out the bag right so it's like okay. Thank you bye night. You don't put the pit the the cold out there so even though you may see how you can't stop other teams from. Oh this is how they do it now. Everybody knows the secret so they might and you know the Yankees might do it. The braves might do. You don't know because you know they're the ones caught past anyway as an athlete. If I'm out there in baseball you gotta give them. This is what. Oh Gee said The Oji He called in a while ago he I think he played for the. I can't think of his name. But he's he's more like one is still leaders. He saying that there's no way you you'd be talking about it. There's no way I'm playing baseball. Whatever we're doing and I keep hearing dome. Yeah you gotTa know at that point. Something's up like you have to be more perceptive. I'll give you that Let's get into this back and forth about the rockets clippers and Lakers will Ramona. Seven game series. If all if all teams are healthy that makes sense. Like if everybody's healthy. I think the Lakers win. That I think they went in five. Probably okay But the the the rockets honey no matter the they're interesting right now. They give you they give you problems and we saw that the first night when they played the Lakers here remember when they came out here and it was like one of the first Games I can tell us and Anthony Davis I was just waiting for him to go just like I'm GonNa go down the block and I'm GonNa make you stop me with like PJ talker okay. And that's it and he didn't really do like he okay game but it was like you know you've got to play your term versus the the rock is not their term. And it's GONNA come down to Lebron getting down in the post and just making them is punishing them for playing this way or Anthony Davis doing that and like Oh you know. That's not really what the Lakers have been doing the way they wanNA play. So it's in a way. It is a difficult matchup. 'cause YOU'RE GONNA have to get out of what you've been doing In order to exploit the way. The rockets are playing. That makes sense. Yeah one hundred percent. I totally get it. But they are clearly capable of doing those things which I think is is the point the clippers. Now that they finally have their team. Everyone seems to be back in the lineup. I've said you've been around them to like the Times. I've been around the clippers. They feel like they don't care when they play the Lakers. First Round Second Round Conference finals on the Moon in on Mars. Like they feel like they can beat them. Where are you on how they feel about their path to a championship? Yeah I totally agree with you. I don't think they care when they claimed all or even if they plan like I think that I mean I think guys like Pat Beverley WanNa play him. I think you know collide Paul. I'm sure they like to take down the king. You know that was part of their decision of like to play with abroad or not. Lebron's like you want to do is take him down or do you WanNa win with him. I you know I think they would. They WANT NOTCH THEIR BELT. If they can get it. Okay but they just they they. This is finally the team. I can't I feel like every time. I'm around the clippers. I'm like is just been hard to care about any of the Games. They've played because they don't seem to have the sense of urgency about it right and they have They've different guys out every night. Just like a weird year being around that team like it just feels really disjointed and you know I I used to cover those Phil. Jackson Lakers right with Kobe. And all our storylines would always be One of the Lakers GonNa flip the switch whether they're going to go like okay. We're really we're really doing this now. And you know one year we went and did a there was a whole series against Houston whereas like they want every home game and lost the road games and you know it just seemed like they were messing around like they could have put. Houston away so many different times but they just never flip the switch like. When are the Clippers? GonNa do that. I I don't know but I think he needs to do it by the end of the regular season to like. Show us your the version of you because it's it's hard to do that. I that was Mama Mama. Their thanks to her of course for stopping by early. I wanted to play that chunk just because I wanted to make sure you guys heard. Kinda the back and forth between the stuff with the Lakers and the rockets and the clippers is just so much stuff there that's brewing as we get closer and closer to the playoffs. A thanks to her for stopping by. Thanks to Jeff Dahmer thanks to Laura. Thanks to Bergman. Thanks to you guys for listening. We'll talk to you tomorrow. I'm flying in Milwaukee. I'm GONNA do the show from Milwaukee so we'll talk to you then.

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Let's she couldn't really feel like we need to see couldn't muster up cues. Let's move on. Exactly right. She couldn't muster one up. Yeah, she says. So. I I mean obviously the big story of the NBA Right now, Jaanus and the bucks getting closed out the heat and five again, which again, what do you mean? Get a? Coach was going to happen booze in holder. Again, John's coach has as coach booze holder because again has a has a team that puts a Lotta regular season wins. He has more empty calories than the Rachel Ray Show, I mean seriously Ekin Ekin put up as many big win regular seasons and every time they poop themselves know pundits Ohio, yet. During the postseason and Janos is supposed to be the big difference maker. He's supposed to be the guy that everybody wants to get their hands on. I gotTa tell you shack great players that I've seen in the in the NBA even when they play on teams that are not as that are sort of deficient around. They tend to be able to elevate a little more than that. This is another this is two years. Fill of it. But he has to. figure out ways to be more selfish 'cause lesson hit the kid play the right way John he got because members offense is predicated on him being at the top of the cage artist. So the he was I. Okay. Kick it out. So when you got four or five guys in front of, he's not a jump shoot, he can't get an Oh, you gotta pass the open guy so not saying the others didn't stop up but. But has a switch it up. Well, how can they can't be defended like that in the regular season because you know why? Because one of the game is low fastener season right and then again, most of the time you're playing lesser teams from your conference so like you're always going to do against Orlando, New Jersey the Knicks Indiana teams on the West Coast, when it comes time to slow it down and you go against the defensive checking out like Erik Spoelstra. This is what they do. Eirushbo says no points in the paint we don't care about the threes yet so. If you're going to have to first of all they're scoring. So when they score and slows the breakdown now you can just set up and wait. So as you set up wait, we already know what you're going to be at the top of the key gonNA come full speed two or three guys GonNa wait GONNA have to kick it out he kicked it up but he has to say okay, I, have twenty six in the regular season I, got average thirty to thirty four lists elevate as mentality you Spoelstra I'll tell you is I always admire him even though I've underestimated time shack because I had the exact same job for an NHL coaching staff in the national. Hockey League is he had with Pat Rally when he started and. For him to get to where he's gone video coordinator and that's exactly what I did and for a guy to elevate and to be as really good at his job izzy is. That's impressive. That is impressive and I always underestimate our expulsed knows who's really good. But look before he succeeded I fail. Now there's talk about he's leaving. He's doing that. I wouldn't leave you a part of me. leaving. He he can get the Max there. I'm not turning around that too. They just go be in a big market for one nine hundred because you can't make that sixty million Helena. In Milwaukee is different Tis young he's not. Good so You know walking same shoe media. He got social media because he's Jaanus getting his fair amount of TNT and ESPN. It's the same thing Milwaukee's like Cleveland and even Lebron James who was from Akron, who considered himself like a native son even he bolted to go live on the beach live with zero state tax and to go jam. Because they've given what he wants the stocks close to giving him what he needs. No, this is different. They can pay him the most which is. which is to fifty everybody else can only pay ninety. I. Understand. To a lot of. CLEVELAND. The first time mobilize for the same reason he ditched Mobile Lebron Mental makeup don't you think they think the same the bronze issue wasn't a money issue Lebron one like a whole bunch of other stuff and they say, we're not going to do that and he's like all right I'm up and he said okay we'll do it. We'll doing then he came back. Hey quick question. Do you funk in your junk? Funk in your junk. Dialed into our great partners of manscaping that it's probably time to clean things up down there. You know shave your balls with. No worries. Thanks to their lawnmower three point. The manscaping on more three point zero premium electric trimmer that's designed to give you confidence boots ceramic bladed skin say technology designed to reduce Knicks autozone on fellas. Now look you know the main jobs I do now the law more three pointers also waterproof dog and comes with led late. So you can see a manscaping the shower in the dark or the dark show whatever floats your boat and if you sign. 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And they're doing it just to play up the look we're doing everything carefully whatever there's no user but more importantly beat up. Don't you tell me what I can do on my own? Cool as you said, grown man on the twitter feed you would okay. Cool. One I'm not telling you. You can tweet with his say that number two you said of all the things going on in the world you're tweeting about this you weren't telling me what I. What you GONNA tweet would you won't anyway you've been doing do it. So My I'm going to tweet Wingo. Responses my thing. Yes. They have the mask on and have the politicians I just think that is silly than of all the things we know that the bubble has been working there's not been one positive. If, they WANNA wear to mass they would. A partition they're going to have the. Going to. Many, more things are bigger problems take first of all, it's useless and it doesn't mean anything second of all, your suming they want to. They don't want I. Will I. Guess What? Guess what they have to. mandate. So why was coach Bud this press conference and he didn't have. N. mandates set. ESPN MANDATES IT ABC, and ESPN mandating it. That's why they're doing it. You don't they don't want I can tell you you think Mike Breen wants to be doing that. You, you really do. You think they want van Gundy wants to be there with like giant plateau. Twenty John I don't think they. I. He wants to wear a mask, but if for purposes or whatever I. Because they're setting don't. Hey. You're wearing a mask. Why are you wearing what? How? Big of a deal just a reminder on your twitter feed. You tweet about anything you want. But then when you tell me, they've all the things going on in the world you're gonNA tweet about this. SARS. We- ho-, hold your word because I've seen you numerous times when somebody has said, something you've been in never mentions berate guests will I will get on their what they're saying I. Don't tell them. No you said of all the things that between about in the world you're tweeting about that I'd never say. tweet him. I'm. Not GonNa. Let you can. Having Anymore Ukraine Showdown? You worry about your stress. Both good points, but you can argue you one nothing's going to beat. You should've included. An. Episode of. Now, I gotTA. Call. Told you. GotTa go home was. You had too many things that play a necessarily Obama on. Obama. Nobody. At the soda. The best. Possible or wait wait Nevada forty part about that is rob father's real up over. Yeah Yeah. and. Mobile as soon as rob. Ratio, I. That's not the real of. Like. That was the best. Play that's. Fine. Here's a clip from when I lost it on the no Baba. Mr President I told these guys beforehand that I have waited five years for this moment? That I finally. Got You all. Rosenbaum. All stop. Now. All of. This is this week show going in the toy? No, it's not. This is not. This is not you know how important it was for this show to have President Obama the week that the world was in crisis you. At this interview words for this show and you. Can run you out in studio right now. Trump's. Marred. In a way by the way, this was a range two weeks ago. Two weeks at rob is really not happy. Your timing is awful. It's not even funny like we had almost like genuinely. Like, this was an important interview for the show. This wasn't like it ain't prank week like like have you paid attention what's going on in the world with your smug ass on your face run it ain't prank. We Love Jackass it is. We're going to have President Obama on that's important I right now. So let's rug. Fee It's. My job here. What's My job? What do you know what your job the producer of the show? On, the prank I'll help pull. You don't trick me. Charge serious want to address this show mister producer what. Oh. That was classic. That's not the real but you know but you understand there was so many factors at play. So many. The world. Down so many. Season taking pay cuts people. Crane. With the King Snake. Tax Day. Did you call me? He you. Know John's like the world's on fire. Here's some gasoline. Guy You know how to read the room. Window. Anyway Terrible? Sitting here. Fellow. Man. Best. Best staff were the most memorable. The NBA before we move on. Lakers are up to one on Houston the story about. Daniel House Junior. Let let A it was a female covert nineteen testing official. Test and he did let her stop letter room. John John the Mutasa. Days minutes. Brokers microphone you're so full of it. So similar to the arguments you and be Doug as I'm a grown got dating man. Who? Can No you can't. Forget that the rules I am. tweet. Your. To do I, don't want people out in front in the lobby me get a covert tissue pat baby come through. That wasn't what they were you. You Thought Cova tested. WAS BEING INSERTED network. Because sack that is against all the protocols, every single on it is. Yes it is. It is against. Her because she's there to task, but she's not test in your room. Because that is not where she has access to. That's what the whole problem is. Stop it stuff was being inserted I'm sure. Stop, Hey rob, how're you doing? Three months up girl. Well some snacks. Looks. Say this. I'm going to be honest with you. See One. Come on this you know says. She was. There for Cova, tests, we wouldn't we wouldn't be. It. Wouldn't be a story, the Kobe. Gone they got caught by cameras. They know we snuck somebody in. That's why you gotTa Pats Oh pt. What's that the security off? Okay. Have the cameras. SORTA like your phone being too close to the Bridgman Franklin. Maybe. The security guards like artists who? He knew he thought the Don I don't think this affects the rockets. Mice is different. Here Gore done anything. Lakers up to one side. ARE WE GOING TO LA LA WESTERN CONFERENCE? Finals? Better to see that everybody wants to send again. Jolie night clippers have never been to the Western Conference finals. So it'll be a first time. It happened this take over the sports world. L.. A. L. A., and the conference finals by the ratings would but it would be better if it was really happening in A. Different Yeah. That's true I. mean there's no, there's no home or away game I guess doing La Right you're just doing them all at the same arena. The NBA's dying right now for la they need it because they needed badly. that. It's great. Is that Mark Cuban trying to spend all these positive tales that are just like he's finding like wait a minute in in on people who live in odd number houses that have listened the ratings are thirty, seven percent down. Two, teams mega back to the finals open up the arenas. I think that'd be all be huge I. Don't think the million years. Because they're committed to the bubble at this point, they're not gonNA be on it. Now you know what I mean. They've had success with it they've managed to. Success everybody be back next year. To deal. They can't do that. I'd not. Because you're going to be there. The fans. The fans are Lico. What do you think Laker fans are flying to tell Florida's Laker fans board said, well, we already know those people are when the people come across state lines, those people. Dallas. Sandwich New York it's like when you see cowboy fans in New York, you talk you. So you can't cowboys Chicago Chicago Bulls fans out in. Oklahoma. Crap do people move. To Philadelphia Seventy sixers Kosher Lee Donna van, let me have him but I understand that he's waiting to see if the rockets job comes up. That's what my intelligence is telling me tyrod. If I have a chance to don and I do not want Thai Lue we're. Championship experience yeah it really does yeah. Johnson. Johnson just. Twenty twenty screwed with me enough. Don't tell me I'm going to have three or four years tyler. Somebody that could keep to hold the players accountable. Guess what? That's Billy Donovan not. Lebron accountable. Bro. There he got. He got his coffee for him. He got the coffee form. Hey. Hey you need that dry cleaning pick. Did. That to. John Guess what Billy Donovan has a better chance of rounding embodied into some sort of a workable model and not getting dose around by. Mb. Don't forget. Billy Donovan had Kevin Russ and Harden don't forget that. But what Becky Hammon I'd be fine with play blackjack with her. Fellow was deep sophomore. Wow. Well, a couple of quick things. Shaun Evans joins US hopefully here in a couple of minutes where where do we buy our jet packs? Did you see this story? Along a bit before you go to the store, did he get arrested? They didn't find it today I. Don't think they found the gun. From the flight tower. We just passed the guy in. Nineteen Ninety seven Oh. Thank you were. They'll left side to right side boss. Maybe Three hundred us, three hundred yards or so of our. Yeah that was about three thousand feet up wants to. Get more. Here's an here's. We should all be why everybody should be a little bit nervous someone someone goes up there with a flammable material, a hit supplying rifle. That can that can figure out? How was three hundred feet three, thousand, three, thousand no three hundred feet away from the plane I understand yeah, he gets. that. Game about shooting at the fuel tanks. Oh God shooting at the tariff. You Blow plane out of the sky that's near a window a segment. Okay. The way think in the way we think. There's GonNa be a racial thing. Now is this. Legit X.. Infra jetpack. You think he's A white. Definitely, one hundred percent but John. I I I don't I. Don't. This is every time. We open a white guy. On the stand aeronautics, that's what I'll say. Numbers. Not See the movie numbers. They wouldn't have gotten that rocket off the ground without the ladies who need the numbers for John. White guys. Thanks Oh. My God. He can shoot brothers think will pull up in front of the club. I'm applying Atlanta. To Miami beach a move down. Put me up a girl say now see the problem with brothers to. A little chart going to shoot down the plane. Guess what I was. GonNa Guess to you that I didn't think that the person was going to end up being black or white. How Russia everybody I don't know. Immediately what I thought you rushing why? Immediately what I thought of was foreign terrorist God. That's immediately what I thought to a dark place de episode of how they think and how. Exactly the jet pack and up in up near up near planes within three hundred yards of planes i. think he was an idiot chest is testing out see how high could get. I accidentally two planes. into the air. Over water, you're going to die when he hit the. Job With thousand feet. But I wrote here water. 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My favorite part became that meam i. think he did so good that he was lulled into a false sense of security because he was like Kansas doesn't Oughta make no hot sauce and then he bit into that bomb wing and he turned to the camera and said I apologize. Kansas. One of my favorite moments ever be the series originally you have my my fiance, my wife who have never met highly barry. How does she do? Yeah. Amazing like you can never really predict how people are gonNA react to this spicer whatever. But she came and she was like I'm here to have dinner and then she cleaned every wing no milk no water it's. The craziest show that way. So when When you first when she first walked at where you nervous talked to because I've been around the twice I probably only say one point to where it's like mustering kicked in. I was just looking like she's one of the few people gorgeous on TV and gorgeous arrived. Did you did you freak out? Yeah, unreal. Just stunning in person you know the wings I think disarm the gas in the same way they do the host. So like once the show gets going, it's like it's game time and you're just kind of in that thing. But the most nervous that I get for a shoot is like the moment that they walk into the room and Halle Berry definitely has the presence of our. Our job how would have said to you one night with me for for seventy five percent of show what do you do? He comes up with another show. All province to your show creates a spinoff immediate. One night you got thirty minutes away. Do you gonNA put a time living? Sleet Sean the before you know, those hot chips know the hot chips and we're the Raimo Joe's pepper Chili. Pepper chips. So we brought a bag in and shack challenge me and said, I'll pay you this much money if you eat one and only one, eight two. And he? But it is, but it's weird. Is that later on it got me. It didn't get at the time does do you find that with people that sums because when we did it I said, yeah. Give me another one eat another one and that around ten twelve minutes later it was hitting me it was really. But it wasn't hitting me at the time and I was thinking I'm fine defined. Well they can kind of plume on you. Sometimes, you can eat something like, oh, this is okay but then it slowly grows like the he wrote. And then there's an thing which I'm sure you were feeling where maybe it hits your stomach and then you start like cramping data starts. It was my. I wouldn't. Let me tell you something. I'm not look I like spicy food just a little bit look kick. But something like that W- goes in but he's got to come out at some point. Sean. No, it's not. Hot ones after. Our. Of. Stalls and you're doing the interview. Earlier stall and the celebrity citizens. Is. Sean have you ever had anybody go through all the wings? No faces no no nothing. Like. Halle Berry episode is kind of a standard like that's one that that fans look at and they're like, wow, how did she do that? Like that does happen some at some points I get some episodes. Some people can have such a crazy tolerance for spice. What did you think shack going into it, and then what did you think of the sort of second life that the episode had all these means were I was scared going into because when I bit into the ghost pepper chip. That was hot and I know sorta like Johnny didn't give me a first. But when I was doing on Air Gaza laughing at me and tried to talk and it got kinda stuck. So when drunk water that activated. So, as I got to do another one of these so like. The first second and third we learn. How to make no hot wings and Kansas but around four or five and six one gave me a flashback goes chip. That's mean when I do like this. I mean this hot and my diarrhea going to be. Stall. Whatever you always go into it at all so True. Hot ones the game show on Tru. TV. We've got the season finale of that Tuesday September fifteenth at ten P. M. Eastern on Tru TV, how did you? How did you spend what you do on hot ones into the game show? Where'd that come from? We'd worked on for a while before it ever became a thing, but we just trying to have like an inverse relationship to the interview show. So like on the interview show, we're kind of taking celebrity, which is by definition, this sort of unobtainable lifestyle status, and then bringing people down to a level that everyone understands which is dying on hot sauce, a disruptive element in the. Show, but it's also something that's very humanizing. So the thing that the game show is one, it's kind of like inverse that relationship and then take the person off the street and then make them into a hot sauce hero when a bunch of cash and kind of exalt people through wings interview share were knocking people down a peg down the game show were lifting them up. Awesome that's great, and if you want to catch up on any of the latest season of hot one, hit the first we feasts Youtube Channel the whole season is up there make sure you. Episode a classic I think that has like thirty million users. Wow. This ever get old. It's just so good man. I. Tell You what Mr Evans. Next time you want me to be show. Make sure you get some real hot wings a challenge. I challenge you to one to twelve get the hottest wings you can, and I guarantee you I get the seven. I shock. You know we shoot the game right down the hall from inside the. Finding where you just let me know. And Seven now. Seven of also want to challenge you challenge the guy with the hottest hot wings in the world. Our Kansas don't know how to make no hot wings. Your. We he goes. On graduation success of the show or go. To. Love that John You had about five borderlines. Oh, I felt in my throat. So hard at my. I didn't say. Bro. Say that. He's there my throat. was hard in my throat. Ashley. 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Expanding Fan's Horizons & Live Recap - After Thoughts

Collider Movie Talk

1:50:02 hr | 2 years ago

Expanding Fan's Horizons & Live Recap - After Thoughts

"The following program is brought to you by your friends at podcast one. Don't forget to download our new podcast one out. All new L. You must find it. Even hard to keep up with the Kardashians. Now, I wake up and I need a bottom Jenner on cognac two questions. What's going on? And is he okay? Ellen today at three on NBC four then stick around for news Ford, four PM pan Lawson museum Leon Harris will catch you up on everything. You miss during the day and Doug camera helps you plan with our exclusive ten day forecast. Join us for news four I it four. We'll be on and working for you. Hey, Cada fans this John Rocca if you're excited for Halloween. You're going to love all the thrilling shows podcast one has to offer. Get ready for chills with some of the best crime and mystery shows around like beyond the darkness serial killer podcast, cold case files. Murder may be famous the first degree and so much more. Check out all these. Thrilling shows today on podcast one or you get your favorite podcasts. All L. You must find it. Even hard to keep up with the Kardashians. Now, I wake up and I need. A them Chris Jenner on cognac questions. What's going on? And I is he okay. Ellen today at three on NBC four then stick around for news Ford, four PM. Pam Lawson museum Leon Harris will catch you up on everything you missed during the day. And Doug camera helps you plan with our exclusive ten day forecast. Join us for us four. I it four. We'll be on and working for you. The planet over doing this in our solar system seem to be aligning. I had a dream last night about Brian and Burnden Shaab host of the fighter and the kid podcast at one of the and Michael Rapaport today happens to be on the fighter in the really. Yeah. Yes. And I am with the o Bahn way. All wait one fuse. Well, directed me again like you do with this ground to make the Joe that's how the show let me start over. I had a dream last night about Callanan Shaab. I woke up today to discover that Michael Rapaport coincidentally is on their show. And yes, of course, this was a brief fan blowing moment for the fighter in the kid. But it's also connecting the dots to maybe something going down on Collado live sooner rather than later because all of. These people that we've been talking about the past few weeks more than ever they're running around in the same circles. And that's what I've been asking for John collider live lost with this. I mean, I get what you're saying. I'm like really law. Well, the planets are aligning I feel like more than ever these worlds are coming together. Our phantoms are coming together because I want these people to be a part of collider live. Okay. Cool. What was the other thing too? I tweeted out to delete last week, and I had him tagged ahead Ellis Christian and collider video tagged all all of them. Right. Got zero zero reactions zero zero reaction from it. So that one planet that's a stray planet. That's not one that's being aligned but everything else, right? Like, I'd be curious to see if it's going to be on collider tomorrow or Monday, or whatever because he seems to be in town for something. Have you studied the trends on us interacting with collider wouldn't exist? No pattern. Play. There's there's just no rhyme or reason like you can go you can go, you know, a few weeks with like we get the feedback from people from Christian, and then it could just completely fall off or it's fine. It's all good. I find it entertaining. It's a fun game to play yahtzee. Yeah. I know regardless it just feels like all of these worlds are combining, and it makes me feel like something is on the horizon. That's that's my point here. Well, something is always on the horizon. So but not not specifically the fighter and the kid combining efforts with collider. Okay. Cool. I just think that's important. Yeah. Hopefully, I mean hope that'd be nice. I've I've I one listened collider live Philip was essentially designed so that Michael Rapaport could come on collider's. Yeah. It'd be it'd be nice nice to have. Yeah. Is it for the inter? Okay. All right. We'll see. Thanks for checking out collider apper thoughts. No pro that just pretty much recaps Collado live. Now, I'm Brian smelly. Jay Williams what that's me. Feels like I've done podcast in hot minute. But for people that just listen to after thoughts. I mean, it's just here. I'm just back again. Like normally am. But yeah, this is my first podcast first podcast in a week. Normally do like three hundred of these. We're like the John Roka's of the east, right? Yeah. Should we should we address the question that we asked last week at the top of the show? Go ahead because I don't know what you're talking about. Should after thoughts exists. I mean, so listen we were supposed to you know, we ask that question. We thought about it. We were supposed to have a call with Christian. I completely forgot about it that we were supposed to schedule. This. I was still stewing in all of it. Because people were tweeting at me giving us their questions. Yeah. I was liking all and I think what I have arrived to personally is that we could just become a collider live recap show. But if we ever want to address anything else. With the company then it can just be inserted into a collider library cap episode. Right. Wouldn't be a problem. And that's what I would like to do a specifically here today. And I think that's what we're gonna do today. But I'm just still gonna we're gonna shift the format a little bit. And we'll see if we'll see if like it. But we'll see if Christian. But then it'd be of course, he'll this is the Christian Harlow recap show, regardless of what it is. He'll he's gonna love it. And he knows that we can do it. So then the concern becomes I'm probably going to dig the show either way. But then the concern becomes do. We transfer podcast feeds do we change in already successful show. I mean, those are the those are the two things that I keep bumping up against. So I'd be curious. Maybe he likes what we do here today. Maybe next week our show can be on both podcast feeds, and then we could see a direct transfer the week after that who knows. Yeah. Well, I mean, I think listen we didn't hear from a ton of. People definitely not a big enough sample size to make a firm statement. But a lot of people that we did hear from sort of echoed what my worries were was just the fact that people like the show that we do, and it's accessible, and there's just no reason to change it or to do away with it or anything like that. Yeah. Is there an audience for collider live just doing that recap show? Absolutely. Probably there is but there's still a lot of people that like what we're doing right now. Sure. Well, I think got gotta figure it out. There's less talk about with collider though, because we talked about how like right now. We're just in the growing period, we're just kind of watching everything hopefully trend upward and sometimes there's just not a whole lot to say anymore. So that design doing collateralized recap of, but maybe inserting one or two collider issues inside of that bubble that might be where we went anyway, without, you know, Christian messaging us and asking why what do you think about this? I mean, it could have just happened naturally on its own right? Yeah. There was he he had texted me. Who's funny I was at this wedding. And normally during the weekend, a texoma Christian regarding the show, you it could be a good thing. Bad thing. You know? I didn't really care. What it was? I was glad that I heard from the outside world at the wedding. And. It was basically he asked me if I saw that they had done like some that we talked about last week was coverage of Halloween Halloween. Yeah. And he asked me if I saw that they did that ton of different Hellene reviews on a ton of different channels. And also, you know, like the witching hour obviously had one and then like an official. He showed me that too. Yeah. And it was was done after we had recorded, and it was nice. It was cool. It was cool today covered. So many he made it what was done after we recorded the upload of all of those in general because at the time that early September. What do you mean, the he sent me a screen shot of the Halloween videos that they put up they were uploaded at the beginning of September. So they're over a month old. Oh, yeah. That was one of the issues is that we had just forgotten that they had done it. Right. It wasn't as timely. Right. Gotcha. Well, I mean, that's a whole other type of conversation. I mean, that's the conversation that we've had before. I mean, we're. I mean. Let's talk about this. Stay with us real quick embargoes. And listen everybody wants to be I and I get the business of being I we're dealing with something like that right now with the music side of things citing sound and. I think when you have the wide coverage like that. I think you can hold a few back. I think you can't hold a few back for right? When it drops. You know what I'm saying? Like you're saying there's there's probably you can justify waiting on. That is that what you're saying hundred was Halloween. Yeah. Probably. Yeah. I mean, I've I've always thought about this decide sort of conversation. But like, for instance, if the departed wasn't on Netflix, and then it is. You could argue that there's business to be done with uploading a departed review the day that it becomes available on that flakes just because of how many homes that it's in that it probably wasn't in prior to. I think it entirely depends on what everyone else does. So. Yeah, you're right. If like collider, let's say collider had one of their I MAC screenings for Halloween and collider and select few solid a month out. Then maybe there's less pressure to put out that review. Right then. And there I think it makes more sense for them. Collider wants to be there when everyone else has it available to them. So so the several outlets really sit at the beginning of September. I wasn't following it as close. And so I don't know the question right off hand. But I think it's most important collider's just reactionary to what everybody else is doing because collider needs to play that card if everyone else is able to and I think there's two conversations there. So there's the business of uploading. For search ability right for people to stumble up run, which is playing the business card of growth. But there's also there's also the business of serving your media audience. Right. If I'm in the routine of checking collider, if I see a Halloween review, you know, a month before the movie comes out, I might not care to watch it then as much, but if I hear the buzz about it right now, and I'm like, oh, I'm waiting for that CLYDE a review when it comes out. Right. I might not think to search back. Well, the argument against what you're saying in this goes back to I think we brought this up last week. They still have so many different shows avenues, and we talked about how that's perfectly fine as long as there's different voices. Each time. Talking about said film, so movie review talk is still going to be the promptly Italian show review. So that'll be there the week of of course, or the day of rather that Friday that it's released, but you also have the opportunity to fool. Full spoiler review on the witching hour, then you can still do. So. Whether you put out how videos at the beginning of September. You still have several opportunities and reasons to put it out promptly the weekend that it's out. So that doesn't get taken away. Just because they put out those early reviews September. I think in general, I think it's a this whole conversation. Just speaks to it's difficult. Right. It's difficult to figure out the right scenario. We're sort of unpacking here. But I think it does speak to the fact that there is an or maybe it's not maybe it's more of about like, there's two different ways that we can approach is talking about how collider wants to handle it. I think I get why they handled it. But I think it's might be more of a commentary as to how you and I received it as fans, right? Because we forgot about it. We just forgot that they had done it. Or maybe I wasn't feeling the hype back then as I was up until recently because I saw the film I was hyped about it, and and didn't feel strongly about it when I left, but. You know? Well, I think that's another interesting thing too. Because Christians brought it up on live a few times is just why certain videos hit, and why certain ones don't listen, we examine a lot of those things. And we throw out a lot of I we don't know. We don't we have a YouTube channel. That's right. See we we all work, quite sure, right? We just wrestle with these items. Anybody is on us. And they aren't either either we've heard Christian be transparent. And that's okay. That's that's really cool. You touch were all over the place already so crashes fine, you touched on movie review talk for a second for some strange reason, I decided that last week's movie review talk, which came out after we recorded was an episode that I definitely wanted to jump in on because of certain movies that were coming out. I was interested to hear what these critics are typically typically on the show had to say about Halloween for whatever reason. I haven't watched any other how lean review except for movie review talk. Yeah. You didn't watch mon-? Actually, I did watchers. That's really sweet I'm shocked. I watched yours because we I haven't seen the movie, but I know we share similarities, and how we view horror movies, but I was also really I'm really interested in and really invested in this mid nineties movie. That's coming out of been checking out Jona hills. Basically his whole media campaign that he's been on to do it, which is you haven't fallen asleep. I'm super into it that dude takes himself. So seriously and kind of turned me off a little bit. He has something in this is has nothing to do with after thoughts. But he has something in his repertoire that immediately gets me locked in. Do you know what that is? No, he's friends with Frank ocean. Okay. And that makes if I if I can get just an inkling of it's like to be friends with Frank ocean. I'm in anyways, I'm interested in this movie. Mid-nineties I wanted to see the review on movie review talk. Right. So at tune in. And my God was it an absolute treat because a leash Malone on this episode. And I love Eliecer Malone. I think she is incredible. I think she I love hearing her talk about movies. I don't know for accent. No. I don't know if there could be two more infectious people talking about film on camera at the same time. No offense to everybody else out there with the show that they did that Christian light for them back in the day. No, I'm not. But I know that it was beloved history of doing this kind of thing together. Yeah. Yeah. It was kinda I was in. I don't know when that was shot profiles. No. I don't know what he thought. I don't know when that specific episode was shy. But like, they do it live. It would have been a product. Do they do it live? Now. I think shows how much sometimes I guess Jay Williams from afterthoughts here. I. I was like what I was. Like why why can't we get leash on Clive? Right. Well, she's busy. She's very busy. She's like the main girl at main ladies skews me at film struck. So film struck and Turner classic movies. Right. So what it is? Is that what it's called? Well, I mean AMC here. Remember TM is Turner. Classic move. Right. I'm not exactly sure how that works with film struck because it's kind of the same thing. Now right film struck is sorta the streaming surface. I'm not a part, I'm not a part of this community. I don't know. I just don't I just always look at collider. I don't get to see what screen junkies is doing anymore. Okay. I'm more focused on collider. Let's focus on everything in the space. I couldn't tell you what John candy. But regardless I just think that I mean, you know, I I like fandom I like hearing you talk about things of their fan of have a phantom for and it was just such a treat to be able to watch that episode. So if you guys, especially if you're, you know, an old school schmos, no or little person, and you may be missed that. Go back and check it out because at least Malone is the treasurer. She obviously has a rich history with schmos as well. So I want to talk for a second about the backlash that rule of two addressed on their podcast today. You mean for ten minutes, which I like hearing criticism. No, it's not a criticism. Once you say that. I I loved hearing this. I loved where the conversation went. Take it away. I'll I'll rip. I mean. I just wanna I wanna make it more of a general discussion and not apply it entirely about role of two for sure I actually didn't listen to the entire discussion should help me out elaborate on what what? Yeah. So Riley and Fernandez on this week's episode of role to just a dressed that they have been getting a lot of backlash for just certain informational misteps. They consider thing or they talk a lot about Star Wars. And speculate a lot about Star Wars without being entirely into with cannons. So sometimes they make a lot of unintentional mistakes in create speculation things. Just actually can't happen and characters and canon. And this is something that I dressed with you privately prior to this conversation because and we've had similar conversations as content creators to sure sure so listening to them sort of address this, and they pleaded their case saying, look, they're they're not the Canaan deep dive, the Jedi council is. And that's okay. And they're gonna make mistakes because they are more about the movies than anything for Nina is also has video game knowledge, and they address that too. So they just sort of pleaded their case like, yeah. Maybe maybe that's okay. That because whatever whatever they decide rule of two is still a show that it's going to be four somebody right like because there are people. It's for me. I love it. It's not on my favorite collider. Exactly. So there are people that don't care as much about canon and probably appreciate the show or there's still people that the learn something from rule to whether they are super passionate about candidate or not. And so that's something you, and I have empathy for I just wanted to have. And I don't wanna pick on rule to and I wanted to make this more of a general discussion because I have sent you text throughout the week. And I also told you that I would never felt the need to address it on air. I'm only addressing a now because it's kind of relevant. But. I think there's just kind of I think it just depends on the show. It depends on the show whether like fans should be critical and be like, hey, I just kind of expect you to know a little bit more about this. Because now not only do I rely on you. But I just it just depends. It just depends on the conversation and the show because I. And I'm not going to pick on it's not a Riley thing. But I mean, I remember some things like on episode of Riley roundtable, I think it was the man of steel to pitch where I was like, well, they it was weird because they came up with this story. But like they based it on something that actually was wrong about one of the original movies. And like there was a couple of things on rule of two. It wasn't the Soka thing. But there was something else that came up where I was like, yeah, they got that wrong. Right. But I don't care enough to give the video with down. Right. Don't care enough to comment because going back on how I started this conversation it still show for other people whether they fuck fuck shit up or not at the top of this episode of afterthoughts, we address some things that we were just wrong about it happens the Halloween stuff. It's just not that big of a deal. So. Do you think that there's a show that? Should take more care when it comes to like cannon. Accuracy doesn't even have to be about Star Wars. Like, what show can't make as many mistakes versus a show that welcomes most let's open it up a little bit big picture I and we'll narrow it down. So I think there's there's obviously there's different types of fans out there that, you know, there are fans who want to listen to content to hear the expert analysis of things and then totally fine. There are people who don't care about this stuff at all. That's holy find there's people that are in between who can filter out certain things. So for me as an MA fan. I can listen to fighter in the kid. And yeah, they might talk about 'em may sometimes, but they don't they don't necessarily take it quite as serious, right? They don't make the conversation centered around that quite a serious, whereas this show like Brennan shops below the belt. It's an it's a fighting show. And he takes it, you know, a little bit more serious. What's that noise? It's a truck outside. No. I think it's the history of your soda anyways. There's no soda anymore. It was a strange sound. So. Yeah. The there's people that expect these different things. And I think it's important to sort of identify what type of listener you are. And then there's shows out there that they they go into it. And they hit that up front like this. This is you know, they have that sort of unspoken agreement with their audience where it's like, yeah, we're going to give you the more expert analysis and opinion. Or something that's more laid back, and I think that sort of that sort of expectation and that transparency between listener and show is important to have. I've always always said it, and I'll say it again that anything that we're involved in for the most part, we're not I'm not an expert on anything. I have a lot of knowledge of music. But if you're coming to our show people get on me sometimes for this. Or that that I say I'm pretty unashamed about my response. I'm polite, and I say, it's just not the show for you. And it's never going to be the show for you. Because I'm here to hang out and be the casual person in pretty much any situation than I have. And I think that that's what they did they established that I think they've established it before. But they reestablish it here. It's just like they're here to talk about their phantom. And it's k to be a fan of something and not have all the knowledge and to go back to your your initial question. I think it show like movie talk today is established more as a news reporting show. Maybe maybe there was a time where there wasn't all these other shows on collider quite as much and they could get away with a little bit more fandom type of speculation. Jody councils another show with opinions and inside that I trust. I guess to answer my own question. I feel like movie talk is the show that should probably make less mistakes than a show like collider live. But, but then there's a show, you know, what I mean like heroes that I feel like is always worn fandom on their sleeve, right? And I think as fans there's. Nothing wrong with being in one of those camps. Right. Like, you expect you know, one hundred percent factual stuff. But I've done it with you privately, and I've done it on here too. Sometimes I'm a little baffled when they get stuff wrong. But again, it's not enough for me to write. I think what's important is to have the empathy for the shows. And maybe not take it so serious because that would be a hypocrite if I didn't and ultimately just not had the elitist mentality like acknowledged that. Yeah. It's okay. For peop-. There's levels to this phantom game. It's okay. For people to not know certain things you and I like like some of the same bands. But you might not have the same sort of knowledge is I do about certain bands. But I don't question your phantom of it. Right. So again to talk a little bit more about how they approached it. They have a sense of humor about it. Or were they frustrated well or defense think it was a little bit? Of of every I wouldn't categorize it as defensive. I mean, it might listen we've been guilty on this show of if somebody or if people have come at quote, unquote, come at us ROY certain isolated incident that we might have to explain ourselves. Yeah. I think that's okay because your venting on air. So I don't know if it was one hundred percent like defensive they were a little bit humorous about it. But I think too. It's one of the only shows on collider that I feel like exists like it is it literally just feels like to fans of something sitting in a room and talking about it more. So than other shows, I think that's what's most important here. And this is something that I have to do better at I think the keys to be less defensive about it and just kind of make fun of yourself and have it since humor about it. So it's not like you have to address it every single week defensively. Like just make a joke. Like, oh, we botched that a Soka take. Then then like, I think that's the key for the that's, and that's something that that you and I. I think I think are good about like, we have a sense of, you know, we sometimes talk about like, oh, nobody's allowed to make fun of J. But like, I I'm totally okay. With like cracking jokes. When I fuck up about something. That's like that. I don't know their name we do like we've really messed up some stuff on every year. And it's just like whatever, you know. It's all good. It might not show on this particular show. But I think I mean, I have a pretty good sense of humor about myself. Yeah, I'm pretty self aware. And that way, it might not come across like Christians, probably laughing at that statement. But it doesn't come across on this show because I'm I'm more self conscious than self-aware when I host the show. I think that's the keeper nobody is just kind of have fun with it. Yeah. I mean, I think. It might be strange. It probably is a little strange like this is this is a great show. I love doing the show, but I feel like I can have more fun with the show Bryce to be honest. I don't know. I mean, this a negative way. It's I don't take it so serious where it's just like everything has to be on point. Well, it'll be super goal. About it. Yeah. I mean in for the listener, there's some absurdity to the show like your think, that's what makes our show like everybody. Welcome everybody. Talks about the you know, the chemistry that we have. I think it's because we approach it from pretty laidback perspective. Yeah. Definitely. And by the way, I like I said I wanted to clarify. I use to of Riley's podcasts as examples, and, but I meant for that to be more general discussion. That's why I'm in the movie talk points, but like Riley. I think continues to be the example as to what I want the podcast network to be like, I want more podcasts to I want more podcasts like Riley roundtable. So he's he's still continues to be the king. And you know, what I want the podcast that we're gonna talk about chemistry. Sue, I think both of them Mark rallying Mark Fernandez. Both have a fantastic chemistry in the way that that show just operates a I'm just a big big fan of it. Also, speaking of what I want the podcast network to be. Hey. Mukuba Roxy with this whole Seinfeld hypothetical. That's what I'm fucking talking about guys. Seriously, not not just for TV talk or anything like that for collider in general that is what I'm fucking talking about. If you have an idea of something interesting like that make show about it make video better and podcast. But I don't know who fed than the information. That Seinfeld is my favorite show. Right. I don't know if mccoo Roxie are trying to get back into my good grades. No. But Rex he's really never been her. But grace, so it's just a joke. Mccoo gone the other just a joke. No, it's fine. You you pillow that cushion that? Roxy when you know, that's one of fucking talking about not only does that exemplify everything that we've been talking about. But it just happened to to hit me in the right spot because I love and adore Seinfeld. So much. So those wrecks it worked for collider like interesting. How no I don't know. How that word? It's kind of it is kind of interesting. How like obviously, she shows up for clot or live. And I don't know if maybe it's like, hey, we're going to do the show. You're going to be involved. Right. Yeah. It's neat. It's it's weird. How like? I don't know. I can't think of another situation like that. You've got you've got the heroes crew that aren't on an abundance of other collider stuff bright, you know, coy and Amy, but yeah, you just don't necessarily see that quite as much anymore. Yeah. Last night. I have on regarding the podcast I work, and then we can get into live. I guess if you want. I think it's time for a one on one rebrand. I think. Yeah. You mentioned this. I don't think I'm a hundred percent board. I just think that coming from the one on one in front of our eyes seems to be Morphing into like it's more of where you just kind of dump any interview, and it's not just the Christian Harlem show and ironically speaking today, as we're recording this he releases episode with Mark and op ick. But other than that the past and even last week, you talked about how you know, where's one on one at so the past week or so it's been the place where you place the interviews from collider live, but you also had one done by a Roka not too long ago. You had one done by Perry not too long ago and the thumbnail struck me because it has one on one with Christopher lot right there in the thumbnail and you've got Perry smiling face behind it. So if other people can get in on this game, and that's where you have Riley roundtable. And it's where you're putting clips of interviews. But I think I think it's just collider one on one now. Yeah, I get your perspective. And I get why why that idea comes up. I don't know if it's been a long enough time of the show even existing to really do something like that. And I definitely don't think it's been a long enough time of him not contributing to it, quote, unquote, not contributing to it to do something like that, especially when you consider. Her for instance, like your your beloved, Dan lebatard, like if if if he takes time off and somebody comes in and host, they're still hosting the Dan lebatardshow. It's just it's under that banner in that brand. Yeah. I mean, I think if if it went on for a while if if in two years, he only showed up a few times then. Yeah. It wouldn't really make a lot of sense. But it is nice. That people are are continuously getting updates in their feed of that show to know like keep you know, it's still in front of their eyes. They know that it still exists. And then if he comes back, you know, it could be a what Christians I'm sure he's prepping for spectacular and all this other stuff he's been reviewing a lot more movies. So, you know, maybe he's just busy. And that's what it is. But I get where you're coming from. And you know, what you actually sparked something in me? And this is why we I love talking about this stuff on air. So. Could there be a greater potential for what that feed is? If you just call it a collider one on one. But also the question I wanna poses you brought up lebatardshow the way if you follow Dan lebatardshow podcast feed, you gonna best of which is the full show. And then you get split up to thirty minute increments. So what if you just dumped the Collado live interviews as their own episodes as well in the collider live feed? And that way the one on one with Chris Law could focus a little bit more on the intimate. Interviews that exist outside of that show. Yeah. No. I think I think that's a good idea. I think that's a solid idea for them them to live there. Again, I get I get the mentality of doing both. I personally think that might be a better idea. Okay. To judge the latter. Yeah. To keep the keep the collider live interviews. They're just segment out in that way. Yeah. I mean, listen, the the one on one style of interview wouldn't exist without Christian doing that. Because I'm saying like, so I think it's nice to keep that branded in in that way. And he said before that that's one of his most favorite things that he's done in a long time. And I'm sure he wants to keep a close to his chest. And you know, when when he's more free. I'm sure we will get more of them. Totally. I think that kind of goes back to just what we talked about last week. I just think that stuff's too blurry. So I'd be curious to know, if they talk about like, I'd be curious to know, if they talk about the wise Ryan that kind of stuff because because it's hard I think or maybe they've come up with the wise. But it doesn't translate for the fans because I think sometimes it makes it harder on us. And it just confuses us a little bit more. So yeah. In listen to be completely transparent. I would love to have I would love to have we've tried to get him on Christian. To come on this podcast. I'd love to have him on before the year's over. It's a little bit weird in the sense that I don't know where the show stands like the same type of conversation that I'm interested in having with him exist differently on effort thoughts than it would be on like a collider life recap show. But I don't know. That's a weird weird to think about, but he's probably what do you mean? What I mean is I would love to talk to you about your day days working at collider and figuring out like why certain decisions are made. And why? You know? Yeah. Just breakdown like why things fall in certain places, absolutely. That's all I got you want to jump into live. Let's do it. I mean to you got your stream-of-consciousness got him. But do not pull him up your guys. This is something that we do J documents his stream of consciousness notes for collider live throughout the week. And he just read them off. And it's one of my favorites. Do do that. So are you ready? Are your clutter livestream conscious notes? Brought to you by sites on music dot com. Day one. Big fan of rocks is over by the way, editor Mealey's been cut him. Big fan of Rockies overalls love, the canary yellow shirt. Oh, no been Bateman. Pulling poopie boyfriend move. Ooh. We don't talk about been Bama significant other passive aggressive traps are dark magic this whole late significant other conversation. She's me. This is great advice for me. I have this problem people showing a plate things. It's not a good. Ofen stock gets paid interesting. It's kinda funny. I'm glad we don't have a fart light movie theater near us. I think I'm thinking arc light. But yeah. Movie theaters suck. This is why I want the internet to kill movie theaters. I don't want to have to deal with these fuck faces anymore. I want to sit on my couch on my couch burp fart posit to take a dump whenever I want gladly trade that then the overpriced roll the dice movie experiences that I might have bingo Riley on point with the dunk, take color out. He was right on. It does Disney play does Disney play need rides to exist. Disney can be more than rides Roxy. Do you? Remember that conversation. I don't we'll talk about. I've thought very long and very hard about what I would do if I won the lottery thought about earlier this week. Actually, I had no idea about the logistical problems for screeners in Beverly Hills at two pm. It was good to know from Christian rock sees rebuttal to our social media discussion is fair day too. Mark seems like the kid who has been sick from school with mono when he came back all his friends head new inside jokes. Yeah. The iron fist and Luke cage. Cancellations didn't surprise me at all with the buzz around them. I think Roxy point about ranking the show's buzz spot on. Yes. Day three not a lot of notes on day to talk about that. Dave three. The YouTube comments are assessable. I also have not seen the thing. Interesting to hear someone referred to themselves as a movie snob. I actually liked it. Ever really long take about? Blood. Amir klitschko. I'll save that for later. I think Wladimir Klitschko idea to have fans vote for who won a boxing match or a fight is an absolutely terrible idea. With all due respect. His points on athletes post-fight career, though is absolutely on point. And I'm glad that Christian brought up fighter unionization, and those are your collider livestream conscious notes brought to you by sites. I'm using dot com before we dive into this. I I don't know there's so much impact with the with the Wladimir Klitschko interview. But and it could get inside baseball shirt. So, but that's here's here's what I want to start out with an you hit the knows we talked about the hip nose. You hit it on the nose. We talked about this off air. But this is the these are the type of conversations that we're going to have start having with collider moving forward with expanding into these different spaces, like if you're just here to hear us talk about collider from the movie space, then we're going to start having to get into conversations about sports about fighting about video games that might not be under percents. For us. One hundred percent. I was gonna say collider made that move. I that's where we're just reacting to it to this different. And that's what's great about clutter live the ability to be more fluid in their conversations with stuff like that. I mean, this goes back to how I opened the show, and I've talked about it before I think since we've been hosting the show, we've talked about how you know. Sometimes we think that the collider fan base is only familiar without collider does things right. That's pure speculation. But we just get that sense. And that feeling I've talked about how I. Elaborate on that a little bit. You mean how they how they've always done? No you, and I've talked a lot about how sometimes the collider we feel like the collider fan base doesn't listen anything else as not very we think that some portion of the collider fan base has not broaden their horizons, but how it can be to how collider can be it just they don't they're not very transformative in that. So again, pure speculation. But that's just a feeling still living at mom's house like me. Yeah. Yeah. So you like Shaun Evans, Sean, Evans, I didn't notice how how. Yeah. I wish the one that that should be of great inspiration to you. He won a streaming. Well, what I mean is they also dates LaTasha. I'm just saying for somebody that looks virtually identical to you. You can look at their life and say I could have that life. Right. I didn't play because I look like person. I could also have Elliott Duberry's life because I look exactly like, I don't think that's the thing. That is one hundred percent Trump. If you put me in a flat Bill, I might dental and Eric wear I Tim, and Eric I still can't remember that guy's name this motel competitor. But anyway, that's funny. We're just saying we look like who are now. Hold on. Hold on. Hold on. Hold on. If you think if you think I look more like Shaun Evans than Elliott Duberry that I don't know what the tell you. I don't understand your mind. Sometimes you dress like him. He's got the SCRUFF, and these any in didn't have the hair, but he has he has like a flesh colored to the point where you can't even have the same voices. Well, I'm here with Michael Strahan. We're going to eat these chicken wings today on this hot ones. Oversold the tells kid, it's funny. It's a compliment either way. But now we're going to deep dive on the Graham. Right. I wish I was me. But anyway. What were we talking about you just stopped to tell me look like Sean of its oh, you can find me on Twitter fan like the fan bubble. If you will. But we also talked about how far, but we're in the fuck was I going with that? What were we talking about? We were talking about how because I'm going to have to deep dive on what? Goes. So we're gonna have to. Understood in this. I think it's also super important because here I think collider I think it would benefit them greatly. And I'm sorry if you're offended by this. And if you're by this, then maybe you are the problem because if you're not offended by it. Then you're probably not the problem. But I think. I think collider needs to like move away from the movie fan. Boy, I agree. I mean, it's it's gotta stop. I think it would make them feel better. I think that's the only way for them to grow. Lemme ask you as a company. Let me ask you an interesting question. I cannot wait. I love fascinating interesting because we're moving in in these different directions. We had to we had somebody from Imma may on the podcast are I in clutter live this week talking about movies, which is fine. We had a a former heavyweight champion boxer who just finished his career. Talking about boxing and life and keys to success. You just wrote a book, and we also had an actor. Do you think collider live should be beholden? Every time. They go to a new segment to talking about movie news. No, you remember last week when Christian made that joke like if we ever get common again. I'm just not gonna talk about moving news as a joke as an Antic fist pump. Why didn't he do that? Right. So so do you think, and I understand why I have a counterpoint to what I just said. Okay. So going filling in the audience a little bit more on how I feel about this and how I dress Callan and the fighter in the kennel that stuff I've said also before that I want Christian Ellis Ellis slice. Oh, just because he's not as involved, but I want them to take advantage of the circles that they run in because those people like the Krista Leah's like Brennan Shaaban Bryan Callen on their own without corporate backing on their own. They have their own shows that have just transcended, and they are super super successful feel on is another one of these people. And it's like, I don't know how to articulate it. But there's something there's just something missing. It's something that collider should capitalize with that. And I just think that's a direction and they spend a little Boko about that. I don't necessarily know if it was because we said it, or if it's something that's been the back of his mind. Like, oh, yeah. We need to incorporate more people. Yeah. But I just think if you get away from the movie. Fan boys. Because sometimes I sometimes somehow I don't know how to articulate it somehow, I think that that holds down a little bit. So, and I think that if they start moving in that direction and playing in those circles, then and to counter the point I just made they could still be the fighter in the kid or the whatever the Kristalina podcasts, or whatever that just knows more about movies because you, and I love to make fun of the fact that all those podcasts we listened to outside of collider. They don't know dick about pop culture, and it's hilarious. So Hawaii collider could still be in that family run in those circles. But no more about movies. So yes, they could talk more about moving. So so much impact here. So first of all, I love it. I think. For one. I get why they do it. I get why they do the movie news and so much sin around movies. We're still in the infancy of the show, and you want it to grow, especially when you're on a channel that has five hundred half a million subscribers you need to ease into it and invite people in of the existing fan base. So I get weather. Do it don't please, please don't misinterpret. The that fact, I do hope that one day it can break free. We also know that this crew that they have is more than capable of a versatility of conversations we've seen that. And I, you know, Pat them on the back for that Derina showing up just exemplified civility Jesus one hundred percent and just in general, even the core people that are Christian, of course. Right. Even the wingers like they have such a breadth of knowledge. So. To what you just said of always been a big fan, and you and I feel like create content that a similar to this. But I've always been a big fan of a show that invites people on for for one thing. But that's the basis of the conversation and it evolves past that often use the example of somebody like Anthony bourdain may rest in peace to just think that that is a food show or or travel show is a gross misrepresentation of what that is it's more. So the excuse to get together one hundred percent food and travel is well travels the the basis to go to places, but food is what brings people together, and you have the conversation over food, right? So yeah, I think that that spot on and don't get me wrong. Like, I'm fully aware that this is probably how the show is designed. I don't want anybody to be like this. This guy is saying no brainer. Ship. Yeah. I know. But I just I'm looking forward to the day that the show is so successful that it's not beholden to movie news. Like, we go to a new segment, and it might be a, you know, current events of what's happening that day, right? And. That might be hard to hear for some people. Just because to lot of people collider video is still collider movie talk. And I totally get that. I am the film fan. I love movies. But there's more than enough coverage Oncle letter to say she at your. But it's also just like in real time. I think if you if you follow anything the Jay, and I do you've probably heard me speak on it. Like, I'm just it just is less. Interesting to me the way that movies have been covered lately. I'm just I'm tired of it. I loved it at one point. But as I've grown older, it just I've I've just gotten over some aspects of it and make conversation becomes redundant. I'm just I'm just speaking to where I am right now. But I think that might be something to consider because you might not be where I am yet. But you could be eventually and collider needs to grow that way too. So I just think that's one way to to get bigger. And there's going to be some backlash because your core audience is going to have issues with it. But I. Ultimately benefits from it. And the last thing on the subject is we know that that want in need, I think from the crew is they're early some Christian Mark because I mean, just look at their own branch schmos? No, the schmos no live show used to be called the schmos no movie show. Right. And they dropped the movie. So that they could be a little bit more open to talk about whatever. So, you know, it's not called collider movie talk live. So we can do we can do whatever we want. I -solutely. Absolutely. I love going back to Monday requirement. I loved their conversation about movie theater etiquette because I just love people's experiences because I really to it because I work in retail. So I have all kinds of wild public interactions with people at movie theaters are the worst of their they're equally is interesting. I don't know if they're the worst of us because like I said, I've had some nightmare issues in retail. But it's it's as fascinating, none the less. It's just always fun to hear that. Because the conversations always knew. So we're where did you stand because I felt like it was a healthy representation of people who were on both sides of the fence with a with agreeing with this policy that Arclight had I when I heard about it. I found it shocking and absurd. I do not agree at all with the one hour cancellation like you just don't know that you're going to be like until closer than an hour away from your show like that. I don't agree with at all. I mean, I think I think it's part of it. Like, right. So if you you are choosing, and you are electing to be a part of a crowd, and you are also choosing an electing to be a part of whatever if they're people talking in a theater, and nobody complains about it. Guess what you've got to deal with people talking in theater, if there are people late to movie, you gotta deal with it. That's what you sign up for when you sign the contract of going to a theater, and you know, where STAN with it with movies. I don't think I agree with it. I think right you, and I. I'm trying to burn down the preciousness. I I get it. I get I am more precious. I'm I love movies so much. I love the movie theater experience a lot. Even though I go, I still appreciate it. And when it's great, it's great. And I I don't think excuse for humans to be fucking shitty. Oh, of course, when I will say is that I think you cross a threshold when you keep people out when the trailers are on because I fucking love movies. I have never once been annoyed by somebody walking into the movie light during a trail because you know, what we see those trailers online. I anyway. Well, there's some people that don't okay, it's still not a problem for someone to like sit down in their seat while trailers are playing. It's just not so overall do I agree with the policy? No. And I am precious about my movie theater experience. I I don't think people should be shitheads. And I think if they are you should be able to do something about it. Right. Like beat them up. This on them. We'll trying to pee on you know. I I I'm not the kinda guy that will say sh- or just to a complete stranger because that would really freak me out. I'd be low self conscious, but I would hundred percent go grab management. Oh, yeah. For sure and put the KYW Bosch to telephones away. Well, yeah. But you never know what's going to happen. It christian. You know, he grew up in New York. So it might just be differ for him or whoever else. But it's like, you never know. What's gonna happen? If you just call somebody out stay out of me. Yeah. I've just not going to take that chance. Stabbing. Yeah. I mean. Yeah. I just I. I've just constantly tried to try to destroy the this preciousness of movie theaters. Like, I think it's absolutely absurd that we even have to do this bullshit. Like, yeah. Like doing it wrong. I wanna see I wanna see Star Wars and marvel on the big screen movie. Like sorry, a movie like call me by your name a movie like eighth grade or mid nineties has no business being in a movie theater, and you can call the dog take all you want all debate every single one of us sons a bitches. Speaking of Dante, I think that was the first time Riley's ever said that was my note. And it wasn't that. He said it out loud. It was that he. Somebody somebody gave an anecdote and right? You said that is definitely so dunk. Not only is it the first time. I recollect him saying it out loud. But for some use it. But I wrote my notes I think he seemed to really enjoy. Yes. When you get it. It's great. I think he really enjoyed saying Roxy. Yes, you're that Rexy when you get it. It's awesome. It's empowered. So don't be defensive about. Maybe I'm using it. Right. Maybe I'm using it wrong. Just figure out what it means of. I don't remember what prompted this. But going back to your movie theater thing. We talked a little bit about this too. I think collider and the people that host these shows to realize that in a manner of speaking net flicks movies are bigger than probably most of the movies that are considered for Oscars at this point one hundred percent why what part of the conversation. It's in my notes, though. But I was like I don't remember exactly how it came up. But I wrote it in my notes, and you know, they've had conversations about hold the dark. I don't think any of them has had mentioned apostle but going back to how the movie community, whether they are aware of it or not the movie community talks a lot about Netflix movies to all the boys. I've loved before to the film community the people that love films. I think that's a bigger movie than than the mid nineties at least, right? Sure. And and at least at least it makes those movies, more or valid. Yeah. Especially for the people who are just aren't in the community at all who still want like, for instance, the people that want to sit down and watch a movie on the weekend. And don't know what's in theaters, and they don't feel like leaving their house. Right. It probably gonna turn on Netflix. I I was gonna say defend them that I saw come out for to all the boys. I've loved before it was more vocal than I guaranteed the phantom around mid nineties, and let's face becomes get out for some reason. Right. Like, I just could the Oscars are super important their elite, whatever their big talk at one particular time of the year. But I think in terms of like, they're not Representative of the culture. I just think that like, I just think the mindset needs to change a little bit comes. I don't remember exactly what prompted it. But I swear it came up, and I love more conversations about that. I me personally. My my phantom of collider live is when they do, you know, and I don't know if our show is prompt this or not sometimes I think it might. But when they. They break that down like they break down some of the things about movie fandom, and the movie community that are starting to just look a little bit strange. It's like why do we do things this way? You know what I'm saying? Like why why why are we all doing this? Like is it kinda stupid that that only certain people get to see these twenty eighteen movies in twenty eighteen like, yeah. Yeah. I mean. Yeah, we're rather about that too. Right. Because it's the way that it's always been done. But, but it's almost like sometimes I feel like collider talks a lot about how the industry has changed. But I haven't seen that maybe collider is not the best example because they are growing. I think collider is growing and removing themselves and sort of capacities to what screen junkies has been. I haven't seen that meter move on screen junkies in forever, collider became an games and sports company overnight. You know what I mean? So literally are doing a lot of things differently. And I'm not saying. They don't get credit for that. Here's a here's a question movie coverage. I should say hasn't changed. Here's a question slash talking point that I would love for somebody listening. That's going to be on clutter live to take to the show next week. I would love to know. And I'm fascinated to know if you didn't work in this space, would you still see movies at the rate into the level that you would I'm not like, obviously, there's movie fans will work there, especially somebody like Christian who's very vocal about how busy he is. Like, if if Chris Christian if you worked a nine to five job, and then had to go home and do your stuff, and you didn't get the screeners. You didn't have the time in your day job to like, would you see all these movies in theaters or would you have to wait because of how busy you were to do? All this, man. I think the better question is would you be the guy that watches apostle on Netflix as opposed to watching right again that goes back to the allegation conversation that we've had before they like they're still obligated and required a cover that stuff. Whether it's. Because everybody I mean, there's got to be it's a gray area. And I'm not saying we figured it all out yet. But I'm not saying they should replace their coverage of mid nineties, or whatever it is. But you got to work harder equally implementing all of these other movies that you're not talking, and I'm also not saying that there's not people out there who don't have a job at cluttered that don't emulate what they do. We know of a ton of people who are in this base that go and see every single movie that comes out pretty right? Yeah. There's a lot of people out there that like that. How do you think it makes me feel? You're one of my best friends you're going to say allegedly allegedly this. How do you think it makes me feel when I hear Christian talk about how little of a life? He has outside of his family. How do I think it makes you feel like knowing how I feel about like getting married and have one day? And like how I handle it just hurts me on the inside a little bit in. It's not a commentary on Christian seems to be in. Amazing dedicated father like husband and husband exactly my dad isn't half the dad that Chris in. So I'm not saying I'm not saying it's wrong of him. But it hurts me. No with my beliefs. It hurts me that he can't believe my values. My my philosophy right now where I am in life. Obviously it's completely different than where he is in life. But it hurts me when I feel like he can't go out with the boys. Sometimes when he can't do something because he's missing a record members screening slightly. It seems no saying listen, I think that something we all battle with right? Like sure I mean, I can't tell you how many like quote, unquote, friends. I don't have. I mean, honestly, I wasn't the best man in the wedding that I was in this past week because of Colli. No. Because of hashtag married life. Right. Like who minnow Seaney more? That's not my fault. That's not my fault. No. But I get it. You know, I don't really have much to say. But I guess. I understand. I you know, I've never had a kid. I know been married. It's not a matter of not understanding to me. It's just kinda like, I I I would just be curious to know if he does feel like he misses out. But again, it's not like he's I think he's an amazing dad, and he's that's what I know. I know that he values it. So that's I think that's what's required in a successful fan live. Right. Welcome to clutter family talk. I think that's what's required in being a good father and significant other is to be present. And it just I I think the reason why you have that impression of him is because we know that he sets aside a lot of those things to be present in his family midst. Good. Yeah. So maybe you're saying is you wouldn't be president your family should have what I'm saying. I if you knocked somebody up person. Aca kinda gotta watch game of thrones tonight. We can't really take care of the no if I had that responsibility either. Because then I would I have no interest in repeating history in terms of my relationship with my father of, but I don't want to be like, Drake. But I would hold off on it as long as I can. Because the point you know, how I feel about this. But like when I hear Christian talk about not being able to do something. Sometimes it's like, man. That's that's just why his that life is not for me. But again, different states. You also have to take into consideration. Everybody's different. You have to take into consideration that he works with all not all but a ton of his friends, and that's right privilege to have. Yeah. And hurts agree with an to works in. So he works in a creative field. So he if he's like, you know, if you worked a desk job nine to five job and then had to go home to his family, but he still has it creative itch inside insured be much more difficult. It hurts because I have a lot of friends that are married and have their babies and stuff, and I just looked at him like, man. I know I know that that's for you. But it it helps me understand that. That's just not where I am right now. I I'm not ready for that. It would be a much different conversation. If he didn't work in creative field. I think I am. So glad that I did not why almost get the wrestling interview met Sarah was Monday, right? What wrestling interview with the female WWE say I put in my notes, I almost skipped it. Okay. Because I just didn't know if it would speak to me, right? But I take I decided not to. And I'm glad I did. I'm glad I didn't excuse me. Because I just thought it was cool. I just thought it was a cool story. And again talk about broadening your horizons a little bit. I li- I liked hearing from her. I don't know if I'm gonna listen to the wrestling sheet interview, the Ryan's ended even though it's cool that he got to deal, but but. I just valued the in. I liked how Roca was able to come in and talk to her as well. And and the question I was going to lead off with in terms of like working at collider and getting the speak to celebrities, and obviously the people that were collider can't help. But be fans of a lot of these people whose dreams do. You think come true more than anybody at collider because I think it's probably Roca. Like in terms of who he gets the talk to because of his job. Yeah. It who's the most wide eyed man Rocca rookie. Negoti the rock, and he was such a big fan of forgetting her name, and I apologize. But who they interviewed on Monday. It's like I feel like Roka gets to really like keep his eyes wide work. I think that's a good one. But I would I would argue cushion for the fact that I mean, first of all he had a show where he was or he still has a show where he's interviewing all these people. I mean think about the the trajectory of schmos no-show who all they've gun. I mean, Mark Hamill giving to talk about horse, and then and then not only not only having the type of fandom to cover Star Wars, and the interview all these people, but so much so that he's such a trusted source that he gets a lot of inside knowledge on some of them that he's this. I guess just get a greater sense that like this stuff changes Roka's life, right or so like not that Christian doesn't get to have those fan out moments in like, I don't know how passionate Christian is about every single guest. He has on one on one. But I guess I just I it's more visible with Rocca is I guess my point like when he got to interview Denzel how excited he was about that shit. I don't know. It's just well there's certain there's levels to that game as well. I mean, you kinda gotta take into consideration the psychology of just living in LA and just being surrounded by famous people so much two. It's like, oh, there's somebody that I am a super big fan of just over there. Taking a piss at here. Let's say and sometimes it gets ruined for them. Like when have you do you? Remember when Sasha pro Raver talked about her experience with Benedict Cumberbatch. I've I've heard about that story. I don't I'm not familiar with. I don't know. How valid it is because I've never heard anybody else say that about him, but it taints forever. You feel about pitting Cumberbatch and how excited you are for whatever. He does all the people that exist on earth. I have no opinion on Benedict Cumberbatch like he's no fence Thome. He's just the most. He's the most thing that exists. He's just a guy that plays things that plays. Doctor strange. Okay. It's just a strange. The my horror report episode just went up if I want to know. Thank you. All right. Let's I was gonna talking I was gonna move into Tuesday off at this would just be a funny anecdote because they were talking Christian updated. His wait. No. I'm not really hang on. I want to talk about one thing. Real thing on Monday. Yeah. Let's I mean, oh, I'm not really I can't remember what it is hanging. Already. Oh, people significant others being late. I was so. So happy that they had this conversation. Listen when I was there at a time when I was going through a pretty like a break-up, the bum me out pretty bad. I was like get getting my therapy through hearing other podcasts talk about relationships and stuff like that. And just in general, it's nice to hear that other people have this like late problem. Kayla is so late about things. Right. And it's and I am like Riley in the sense where I'm going to have to start implementing this plan of telling somebody had show actually did it for you earlier because sometimes I'll tell you like when we're like window show up for things and you'll leave at that time, and which I'm bad about that too. Because when I don't believe me sitting outside your house, Jay. But no, that's what that's that's happened way less times than you showing up because account for it. Okay. That's why I showed you showed you told you to show up like at the time that I get off work today. And you all I did. I know you definitely did you left way earlier than I thought you were so, but it wasn't about when you told me it was about when you told me when you had to leave. It wasn't about when you told me to be here. Okay. So you have to just the rules of the game. Is that all you had to say about that? I didn't mean the no I thought it was hilarious got paid for that. Where is that commentary? I they released images of it on Instagram. Yeah. I still haven't found it. So is this a case of a patriot on that? We don't know. I don't know where that commentary is they probably couldn't really like. I would be absolutely shocked if it was released, and I just didn't know, maybe it's a podcast, but they've posted multiple pictures of it. 'cause I've thought to myself when is that coming out where is that? Where's the promotion on it? Let me look it up. Let me tell you about what the the greatest thing about this is Finn stock interacting with Perry. Those are the polar of people that could ever exist. Like somebody right now listening to us the turned this. Could be saying a plethora of things like how do you not heard this or whatever? But yeah, I just want to hear fence stock interact with Perry. I think that's hilarious to me the shining commentary collider. Nothing it doesn't exist. Maybe they maybe they couldn't hear it. Someone get back to us. Whereas where does this live is gonna say, I'm looking at YouTube. So maybe it was a podcast, and I just wasn't paying attention to the wishing hour or something. But yeah, when is that happening, where's the promotion on it? I'm dying to see it. I will one hundred percent watch the shining. If I know that Finn stock and your behind and Haley Faucher doing the come to. Absolutely. I just thought it was a funny anecdote at the top because I talked about Christian updating his Cup can wait one more question about this. Why did they invite fins? It just doesn't make sense. That sounds like something that crucial orchestras. I I think in stock fucking loves Jack Nicholson, and that's fine. He also he just I think fin stock likes older movies of like, hey, listen, I'm a huge fan of this. But of all the people like what who orchestrated this? I think the only the only explaination that I have on the little information that I have is that he fucking loves this movie. That's gotta be it. Do you think he I think he called Christian? It was like, hey, get me a shining. Come dell. I think Christian just knows it about him. Christian was the one that shepherded it I have to because it's not like Dennis is going to be like, we gotta get fenced on. It's gotta be Christian. But like, it's the most audible left, but if they did if they did commentaries on rocky like leading up to creed. I guarantee JT would be at the guy the guy that's there or fit anften stock for sure. Yeah. So. Plus, it's entertainment gold brusett. We're going to find out that like Rimsson was the one that suggested we should I don't know. What Rimsson towns like I can't even doing who. The fuck is that one guy you keep saying? You sent me a text. Talking about and I sell him again. Right. Multiple times this week who the fuck is that guy in the background of Kreider live lately. There's some dude some sasquatch man like walking through the trees in the background Coletta's left that freeze frame or over shoulder. We have no idea who Christian anyway. Now, it's not going to be as funny but Christian called his Cup contraption. And it reminded the new Cup that he puts his Croix reminded me of the time that I ended a friendship once over the word contraption. Do you know that story? I don't care. I'll tell you. It's fine. I think I want. I I one hundred percent Iman Roxie side when she just acts asked Christian because I just can't relate to Christians, hang greenness. But when Roxy I have wanted to say we'll Roxy said for as long as I've known Christian gets angry. Can you just not being -gree? Right. I've I was totally with Roxy on that. I've just been holding that question in for a long time. You have that aspect and always shocks me. Because like it. It'd be me. Like it be like me saying, oh, you having Zaidi. Can't you just not be anxious? Well, yeah, when you put it that way. Absolutely. But it's just from the experience, and I'm sure Roxie relates to this. It's when I'm hungry. I just don't have an emotional response and lies. I'm like impatient. Waiting for a table in a restaurant for an hour or something? But it's like it's just seems like when Chris it's Christian is angry just because he's hungry all the time. And that's just not something I relate to personally, so. No, you're I'm not saying you're wrong. I just always wanted to ask Christian that question because that's just not something I understand and can relate to. So I thought that was funny. Also Roxie doesn't know what Lay's Stax are. Flays came out with that like ten years ago. The Pringle version of Lay's thought that was interesting. What a great note. I'm not expanding on it. I'm just throwing some things out that blew my mind. The ultimate note that I wanna make here the Riley zoom in 's any zoom in for that matter. You know, what I'm talking about that we were going. Go ahead. I think they are. So well timed. Oh, okay. See that's not where I was going. I was going to say I've had enough. Really? Oh my God. So here's what I'm going say it just find them to be super distracting. And I'm sorry that I'm like if I'm like bursting anyone's bubble and. Ooh. Fun. It's not that. It's like they are the mccoo going on too long with a joke of like the jokes that they make or berto using way too. Many sounds one hundred percent. So the point that I wanted to make is that. Yes, they do them a lot. But the point I was gonna make is that this week especially Monday and Tuesday, I wrote this as a Tuesday. No, it hurts me to say this because I love Cody. I love him. I don't want him to be disappointed in me, Cody is gonna have to be real Cody might be my favorite winger. Might be my favorite human on playing. Really? Oh, yeah. Big fan. Big fan of coding. He just looks like bowl. And he was really nice. He did this saying he's never done anything unlikable this thing when I walked up to him to meet him when nobody was showing me around collider, and he was just staring straight at his computer. And I'm a big guy like a really tall guy. I'm not I remember I'm bigger than most of the people in collider, right? One hundred percent bigger than Brennan up. So I I was lumbering just like a dog wondering around through the clutter studios the walk up to his workstation. And I know he sees me. He staring straight his computer in the second that I say hi to him. He just acts like I wasn't. We acted like he was already engaged in conversation with me. How you doing? I I was just going to say that I thought that this week they were so well timed like somehow it felt like it just happened to be at the proper moment. Not that they were reacting to something because sometimes you can do that as a response like oh look at the face Riley's making. And then they do it. And then he quits doing it. And so then you've zoomed in for no reason, I noticed a few times where they just happen to decide to do it and the proper moment. And I thought it was great. So that was a lot of fun. Here's the only thing though. I will say I could be wrong about it being too much. It could just be my my personal opinion. Don't want Christian to be like, hey, guys. We're we need to Christian. You should rewatch an episode of collider live and see if you think it's too much. Well, I don't speak for everybody. Another thing that I will say to again, enjoying these moments is that sometimes they show me things that I'm not paying attention to like when when Rocca and I'm going to definitely about broken bibs. But when they were going at it showing me Rocky's face and Mugabe's face wild. That was going on was a special treat because I was so caught up in mccoo roken bibs that it was that, you know, little extra laugh wrote me. So that's so look right now, I'm not tired of it. Because maybe it was just because this week it happened to be. The happen hit so many proper moments. I just really thought it was worth mentioning. You're so right about Ellis being the the flu bid, or whatever he's mono all. I bet he doesn't care. I know it is. I think he was like I'm not included in these reindeer? But I don't think knowing what I know about Mark Ellis. I don't think he cares became he ultimately does it want to go to that office every day? If he doesn't have to at a time that he doesn't have to be there. He still goes Monday through Thursday, but he did show up randomly on a Sunday. He was sitting in the collider podcast DO just watching football. You know, how bad I felt last night when he texted us because he just wanted to have an outside conversation, and I mentioned collider, and I could just tell he was like this is not why. You too big. Why it came into the conversation really late. Yeah. I was like I regret bringing up co. It was just like a fan comment. But I think Ellis was like just wanting to talk about anything else. But that and I brought it up. So I regret do. Sometimes. I wonder what's going through his mind. Like, I'm like what why it takes us right now. Now, I like it. I appreciate it gets funny. You just think about this? Why now well it's because he was listening to the site. And so did it. All right. Let's talk about met Sarah do sorry. Sorry view. You might be my we we just louder your. Louder your s my favorite. Mark is. No, my favorite. I mean. Yeah. I mean, I think if I could make one if you see if I can make one change to collider live. It would be that Ellis. Was there all the time? Right. I agree. That'd be the easiest Goto change change up. Yeah. All right. Let's talk about Matt Sarah. Because I know that you were, you know, a little bit you know, that this is a bigger deal more than. Oh, absolutely. So I saw where Christian posted that that they talked about collider on Metzer. So. Full transparency met, Sarah. And a why am I forgetting his his coast name, Jim Norton? Jim Norton their show. Some would say is the US's official answer to the fighter in the kid. Okay. Super racy. No fight teaming a fighter with a comedian reactionary. Like, hey, let's have our own right. Okay. But it's fine. Because Jim Norton is fantastic. Yes. He is and met Sarah is a fantastic personality as well. I I saw that. They did this that they talked about collider. A Subaru excited those super cool. It was awesome. Especially with Christian who's a Numa may fan. And she's me. When I found out that he was going to be on the show. I've just like I was so elated and ecstatic because met Sarah and people found out met, Sarah is a character is a big character. And he has a huge personality. He he he had a really interesting trajectory through the UFC. He had a career he was on the ultimate fighter the US's reality show. But unlike a lot of other contestants unlike Brennan job, he didn't make his way to the U of C through that show. He was a fighter before that. And they had a season. I think it was called like the ultimate fighter redemption or something like that or the comeback. And it was basically a season of fighters who were basically fighting to stay in the of C and the winner of that show got a chance at GSP the welterweight champion who is maybe one of the greatest mixed. Martial artists of all time for you. Movie fans the guy who kept in America fought on the freighter winter soldier at the beginning. Yeah. And connecting dots. And like not many people have beaten GSP, especially this September, especially some people or some someone that would have come off of a reality show like this, right? And he did the unthinkable. I mean, he he beat this guy. And it was it was crazy. And and yeah, like I said outside of that. He's he's a huge personality. Really funny guy. Oh, you loud mouth, and he's great super likable. Just a really good, dude. Yeah. He was like a volcano erupting. Like, he he had all of this built up energy and all of this built up phantom. He just he wasn't even prompted to start talking about wolverine. I don't refresh at first and he just exploded with his X men phantom. And it was hilarious. And you could see how much everyone in the room was enjoying it too. And I am so excited. We talked about it already on here. I'm so excited that Christian has the opportunity to go hang out with them on their show. I think that's a huge deal and life. Sure. What if Sarah we've been talking about right now? What if what if Sarah like sees something in this smoke down? Like, I don't know. I just think that's so cool. Right. Just one hundred percent exemplifies the direction that I want them to go. And in that way. Well, I mean in general, I think there's so there's a ton of different avenues. I mean, not the hype it up too much. But so his show is an official show of the UFC. Right. I mean, imagine the opportunities that can potentially open up like exactly I mean, I'm not I'm not trying to go crazy here. But for instance, the you have C fight pass, which is their streaming service. They pick up a lot of additional quote unquote, combat sport competitions on. They're just beside. You see like you can go and watch kickboxing you can go and watch jujitsu. They're right. What if Dana white saw something in the schmo down and was like, I'm gonna fuck and put this on fight pass. That'd be cool. Crazy. That would be crazy. It'd be really awesome not many people are subscribing to fight best. But regardless like, like eight who pay frill collider probably has more subscribers and fight past does users while I mean, it's also just all about the money like if they're paying one hundred if they're paying don't get a fuck if ten people watch if they're paying it. They should do it. You take the deal. That's yeah. Definitely. And. Yeah. Definitely do you think Mets? Right. He apparently watches a lot of collider. I always think it's interesting because we talk about what it's like and being a diehard van and then having to make sure that you understand where the casual fan is coming from. And that's actually I wish they had more of that conversation. I think they tried to with him. But they didn't have the conversation that I wanted. But that's fine. But I sometimes it's funny to me when I hear people talk about like that they watch collider. But they don't know what they're watching because they don't know like like, the differences in the shows, for example. So I just kinda thought that was funny because we had that one interaction a long before I was even involved with this with a Grammy award winning graphic designer who is pretty, you know, he's got a pretty sizable following that was a huge fan of movie talk. But we found out like, oh, they weren't a big fan of schmos. No remember that we had the interaction on Twitter with the individual. Yeah. Yeah. There's these people out there that taken collider do. But not like we do again one hundred percent multiple levels. Do you think about knows about after? I kind of was wondering my mind, I wonder if he listened to movie talk podcast feed. And he was like the fucker these guests. That'd be funny. Probably not that took. I thought it was really weird in sorry to detract. I wanna go back to bibs and Roko. But when. Mukuba was doing Danish Christian Harlow off. I've never seen Christian support a bit so much that Ellis didn't. It's a good bit. It's not that. I'd okay. So a lot do, you know, where do you know where I'm coming from though? Yeah. For sure so I don't I think LS didn't support it until so there's a level. So this I don't think he was into it. And then. And then he realized that other people were really into it so trying to support it. But then, but then once he got context of what it was. I think he's more on board. Let's say I think that's part of the the influenza has like I I don't think he even knew that that was a thing that had been going on. So they had to provide the context of the Facebook page of this guy, which I didn't even pick up on that Stein. Brompton? I didn't even pick up on the fact that that's actually from that guy's Facebook page that was Mukuka bullshitting known all my God. I was cracking up. But to be fair, isn't that a insight or reflection of somebody who might have missed that one episode. That's like what is this? Absolutely. So and the point I was making they don't let me be clear here. They don't have a my opinion in, you know, this about me because you you try to have this talk with me before I don't think they have any responsibility to explain anything to anybody like nothing. Sure, I'm a big fan of just watched the show you'll figure it out. Right. Eventually, I guess the commentary. I was making is that I've always just noticed. How generous Ellis's with his laughter gets for sure sometimes LS laughs at me. And I think to myself, I cannot believe I made a stand up comedian laugh. Hey, this is not real. You know, what I've noticed what? I don't think I've ever made them when we did the podcast together. Like, I'd try to crack a joke. And I'm like, I think he laughs more other people's sometimes man, I don't really care though. It was it was just fascinating to see that. Because I don't know if I've ever seen that before. So obviously, I've never left wants a Joe Rogan stand up. When I'm at work. I work in a very small corporate setting when we have to get things done. We have to submit a ticket like in our computer system. Like, hey, we need to submit this. Whether it's like an IT issue have to I need to submit a ticket to collider. Franken need you to take care of this. I don't know who's listening to listen the clutter office. But here's me submitting my request. I think it's time we take down JT's image from my poster again. Let's get let's get the name tag off. Let's give JT on poster. But look I'm there. Every everything's been settled here. I'm requesting my ticket to get my poster back and lay claim to that to that spot on the wall just saying that you're fighting bibs and Rocca fucking unbelievable to watch. Oh my God. Did you see all of this? So I didn't catch the entire thing. But I I've got I just I would obviously for the most part. Here's the best thing about this. Like, we talk about what collider live is it something new for audiences in this and that yes. And they've talked about schmo down quite a bit here. But this is this was the opportunity to bring some of the best personalities and some of the most lick trinity to the table to get people interested in in what the schmo down is beyond just movie trivia, right? The right. The the drama the attitude all that stuff I've been out on my showdown phantom for a while just because I had to make cuts for this show. I've been interested in other things. And I work on my own stuff too. And that was just one of the casualties. But I because of this episode I have to watch Friday's match. Oh, yeah. For sure might have to I have to based on what I saw here. Look, I read in the thing sometimes, and I'm totally wrong. But I thought this instance, it was so clear that there's obvious mosit- between these people it's not just stick and Rocca can keep clarifying. I'm selling the match I'm selling the match, but they also said a ton of stuff that has to be real right up to like when Roco was specifically calling him out like all the stuff off screen where you talk shit about other players like Roka was legitimately calling bibs out on something. I also somewhat familiar with Roka's hotheadedness just from personal issues and things to bleed over just it has to end the way that bibs. Just the way the bibs was responding to it all and again, Mukuba and Roxy Kuchen Roxy were making reacting the same way that I was like they just couldn't believe that this was happening. And I've seen I've seen Roca and Ellis go at it when the first year that they prepped for the ultimate showdown tournament when they had like this press conference. I know what it looks like when they are K fading and selling a match, but this was something else. There was a reason why it happened the way that it did. And it was just a great a entertainment. Yes. So, you know, should a little bit of light, you know, went to schmo down taping. And so my general consensus of this is yeah, there was some selling here. But there's also some things that probably go on behind the scenes that people are like they get annoyed with him frustrated with I love Bibiana. A super nice guy. Who's really nice? When when I was I didn't know if he taught him. Yeah. Yeah. Super nice to me introduce himself to me, and my girlfriend, and my buddy Michael that was there. But I could see where he definitely gets on people's nerves behind the scenes during tapings and this and that allegedly of her rumors that he's like every single taping. Right. So the whole time he was playing along with the match like by writing down answers, and he would like show them to the audience like behind the scenes and one point my friend said, hey, man, I don't care. It's like oh shit. So you could see where. Yes. And you know, I think like he's been critical of people like manna totally would have done this or I would have made our I don't agree with this decision. And we've seen we've obviously there's a show that talks About Schmidt on stuff we've seen that people can get, you know, a little bit defensive about their schmo down performances like to to criticism, and this and that think Rocca can get real realistically defensive about certain things that people say about him in this, and that sometimes justifiably sometimes justifiably and that goes for other people out there to so. Yeah, I think even when there's competitors that do stuff like this. Sometimes. Yeah, there's probably some real animosity that comes up, and and yeah, Christian was good about. I mean, even though I don't know who I side with ultimately, I was just entertained here. And it doesn't really. Matter who has I don't think I really took a side. But but. You know, in the way that you some people might think Bibbiani he's a little much. I know some people think I'm a little bit much. So I can relate either way. But I thought Christian did a good job at least calling Roca out on some stuff like robot. You've done all this stuff too. And. I think the part, and this is probably the most Dong thing I'll say this entire episode. But it's like it just I'll be the judge of it. Well when. When they're so real. And they talk about how passionate like if Rocca is truly talking about. How much Bibbiani is disrespecting the game. That's like where he's take it to heart. That's where I just kind of check out because personally, I don't take schmo down that seriously. Right. And it's not an argument against K fehb. I that's the whole point is that the wrestling aspect, you gotta have cave, and that's what makes the smell down stained out. But it's like, I just I know I kind of roll my eyes a little bit. When all of this is coming from how seriously they take this thing. And it's like, maybe that's just not part of the conversation. I I mean, I, you know, listen, I first of all may just say this. I think this is a testament for how good they sell things sometimes because I think the lines do get blurred. Yeah. Which is I think that's a sign of of them. Just doing a great job. But I firmly do believe excuse me. I'm burping in the microphone white Christian. Drinking those LaCroix's on air. Kermit the frog. I think that. Yeah. There's some times when they do take take things seriously. And they it is competition. I don't care if you're selling something if it's fun and games competitive people are competitive, and there's nothing that you can do to change that. Sometimes I mean, dude, I'm pretty calm and collect cool and collected guy when I like play fearful online, I freak the fuck out. Sometimes do this. How I was. I mean, I have that stuff too. But we we expect it more with competitiveness. Not no senators. Don't know when I'm being a motion. Oh, yeah. Well, I'm talking just purely as a fan that like as the casual fan of the Motown. I just, but and I am also aware that Christian needs people to be serious about it. That's what makes it work. But that's just not. I guess what I'm saying is when you've broken the wall of K fehb, and then I don't know. It's just just something. I don't respond to as much. Anyway, let's move onto Wednesday real quick because I think we've adjusted jam-packed. Yeah. Tuesday was probably my favorite episode, by the way, just to. Well, first of all the early start time that was weird for me because I showed up, you know fleet. I've told people how taken the show you guys know take it in at work, but usually show up from work or a show up from lunch. And I eat my lunch usually get back from lunch about twelve forty five eastern. Now, I've got about fifteen minutes sort of eat my lunch and to kill before the show starts will show a Artie started. So it was just weird for me to sort of jump into it. I like how they handled it. They have the jam packed show. And they use it extra time to do business as usual sort of stuff. It was really nice. It was great to see during a back on the show. Of course. She was great, man. She's always she's so versatile. I mean, I was shocked and out like we she's a unique voice for the space. The last time we talked. I was impressed by how much she knew about scores and soundtracks. I was like, oh, they can have that conversation. We when she's there. But I was so shocked that she was just as involved because having John noble and vitamin Klitschko on the same episode. It's so different. So so much variety there, and she was just super it felt like she was super at home in situations. They neither of them caught her off guard in anyway. Yeah. Le- let's talk about a no there's a lot of talk dates Ellis. So I know that there's joking. There's a lot of talk about with this episode. But I was just get this Demere Klitschko stuff out of the way. So I there's been a lot of guests on live. So far this been a lot of guests on all of collider getting Wladimir Klitschko in the studio for. This legitimately shocked me it was shocking because I texted you, and you know, boxing, is is what it is. But more here in America. But more than anything is. It's a global sport. Right. It's a very very global sport and boxers popularity. Other other places might not be reflected in their popularity here in America Wladimir Klitschko being on this podcast on collider live that would have been a big guest for Joe Rogan to get Wladimir Klitschko was one of the he was the who's who heavyweight fighter prior to Tyson fury coming on the scene Tyson periods. We speak as on Joe Rogan right now. He he was the premier heavyweight boxer before Anthony Joshua who he last fought that fight took place his last fight took place like not that long ago. Right. And he sold out Wimbley arena. Yeah. Okay stadium. Excuse me, the entire stadium. Not the arena the stadium. I believe that's correct. It's a huge get and may. So their absolute definite biggest when you consider international star the biggest gusty, I would probably say. So I mean, I you know, you could throw you can throw out some some some movie stars. They've had on there. And I think that that's fair. But just a sit down in that studio at the time that all this is taking place. It's just such a big guest. And you know, this is a guy who all all safely say, he's not the most exciting boxer. Now, you also marked Fernandez in the studio, which I thought was really cool. He's not the most exciting boxer. He's been known to play it relatively safe being very calculated boxer. He didn't wanna take as much head trauma, very defensive. But his fight with Anthony. Joshua was incredible. It was so exciting. I'm glad that Mark Fernandez watched it and and have him. I know leave. To Mark Fernandez to find philosophy and a boxing odors. That's what they were talking about. Yeah. But I mean, I think just in general you can't. I mean, there's there's so much to take from that in sports, and obviously he has his doctorate. I mean, he's a PHD for God's sakes. Yeah. Super smart guy. And yeah, it was just really really interesting. And I thought the conversation went in a lot of really interesting direction some that I wholeheartedly agreed with and some that I've vehemently sort of go against I just to speak on it right now. And I know it sort of inside baseball. But the issue that that Christian brought up about all of the different boxing organizations and leagues and the the corruption in in the sport is one hundred percent of thing. But centralizing it to one to one thing like the UFC does I actually really push against that for the fact that the UFC has a monopoly over there. There is competition in MMA tour. Yeah, they have a monopoly. Early and the fighters have not been well represented. It would depress you to know what is on the line for fighters. I'll get it. And I know you get it. But like, it would depress people to know how much is on the line for fighters their lives. Right. And how little they get paid. It is terrible. And yeah. In the last probably decade, or so Dana white has that a kind of a black guy for how he runs that sport. It's more about money than it is about the fighters. However, Christian Christian hit the nail directly on the head. And I'm so happy, and I'm so glad that he addressed fighter unionization because that is one hundred percent when used to happen little thought Wladimir Klitschko kind of dodge the question, he he didn't really answer it. He just said that something y-, you know, I like, basically said I like boxing, I want to a one a, you know, do what's right by the people? But he didn't really answer the question, and I wholeheartedly disagree with his idea of letting people vote for who should win boxing matches. I think that's a terrible idea. Just in general, zinc. It's about idea. And that's have you seen Grillo. Have you walked we might talk about this on ima may that might be a better place to for me to really break that down. Have you watched Grillo series yet on FOX five? Not I was gonna say see on all the steroids who Grillo. Yeah. Probably. That's who he makes that comment about all the time. He says that about everybody. Yeah. But he mainly talks. He. Yeah. He anyway, I was just gonna say I think realize series sheds a light on a little bit of what you're talking about to the underworld of at all. But. I think this is another example of the the interview that given the day depending on the day. I would've said, I don't know. I'm not praying for this. This might not be for me. But I'm really glad I watched I wished I will say that. I'm glad that it happened. It was really really nice felt bad for Josh Mukuka trying to jump in there with a few of his quick quips and just like kind of getting shutdown. That's kind of what happened with him. And that was what's so funny about Ironside, right? When I aren't side made that joke against because it's and welcome it. I do too. I think it's fun. But I kind of wondered like what for Indus thought he was like Josh shut shut the up. But anyways, I will say this. I was a little bit jealous that this didn't happen on one on one because I would have loved to have seen more end up the conversation between between Christian and Klitschko. But you know, it didn't happen. That's fine. It was a fantastic interview. And I'm glad that took place. What did you think about it? Just in general like not having any knowledge of this nothing more than just being surprised that I was more interested in it than I had imagined. And again, this I was just I was just happy. Again. I think there was so much variety in this looking at the episode as a whole because we still have the John John noble here to discuss real quick. But it was just fascinating episode. I think last week I think I still fall in line. And I am und- under the belief that whenever collider has this big of guests or not going to say, no. And I don't expect to say, no, it would be ridiculous. But I'd still be. I don't know if I'm a fan of this this crowded of a show being on the Wednesday show like Tuesday's the prime interview show. But regardless of that point I made that last week. I was so happy with the variety of the episode. And it was just glad I watched it. 'cause I thought there there's more of an education to it than anything. Who SU movie what movie in education? No. I remember stocking at a blockbuster though. John noble was entertaining to it was a more straightforward interview that we're used to run on live. But. Shoutout to anybody. That's in the Jj Abrams bad robot fam- because he was on French. I feel like Dennis. He only got like one or two questions did us like to be there. It's like I wish I was Dennis had a little bit more to do than interviews. The room was the room was crowded. Yeah. But I would have liked to have seen Dennis being for the flood. Amir Klitschko stuff. Dennis texted me about. He was like, hey, did you hear met Sarah is going to be on live? And I said, yeah. And asked him he was going to be in there at all. And he pretty much he said, no simply because. Met Sarah didn't really want to talk about Emma may wanna which I get. I totally get he wanted to talk about movies at school. And I get that. Did you know Christian? Did you notice a Christian used your cats and dogs line introduced this show? He went down that route. But I don't think he actually did it. I think he did some consciously because he's heard you do it. He went down that route. But he didn't do listen. I've got it. All right. I've got the. Last thing. I wanted to about the way I didn't realize John noble was my scarecrow until this interview voice scarecrow in Arkham. That's my scarecrow. So that was that was really going to say, I didn't know he was my eight. Last thing I'll say is about four years ago, I invited Christian Harlow off onto film beef, which is the podcast that I did to do a never before seeing we showed on no. So I tried to get Christian and watch the thing four years ago. It's for a podcast. It's one of the most random bits of knowledge that ever remembered about Christian for a long time. But one of the most hilarious things that I've ever seen happen with Christian. And this is one time he was on movie fights when they did the collider takeover over on screen junkies. Right. And one of the questions was about it was like one of the final questions, and it was about the thing. Yeah. And as soon as he they asked the question, I laughed, and then you could hear him slash see him off camera. Leeman say, I've never seen them movie. Absolutely, please don't go back and watch it for. Other reasons anyways, go ahead. I'll I'll I'll I was gonna say is that for one. I wish I could have talked to him about it. But bigger picture. I, you know, my friends group, we have particular antics. Sometimes we just you know, what it's like with the mister robot thing, it's it's funny. We recapped and watch Mr. robot season three together. But for whatever reason I jumped off the last two episodes, and it's become an antique of mine. It's so frustrating, you keep trying to get me to watch the finale infuriating just because you asked me to watch it. I choose not to just random side note and make it anti out of it. I sold you on this new show bodyguard because of how good the first twenty minutes of the first episode is the final episode of mister robot season three is that times a hundred. Yeah, it's so good continue. Yeah. I don't know. Anyway, he's finished. I guess I would say that even though the thing is one of my favorite may be my favorite who. 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GSMC Relationship Podcast Episode 271: Relationship Roadtrip

GSMC Relationship Podcast

1:13:40 hr | 2 months ago

GSMC Relationship Podcast Episode 271: Relationship Roadtrip

"Still on the search for that one true love on the limbo in this crazy world of dating marriage, relationships well listen to the golden state media concepts relationship podcast. You're won't stop podcast for everything about. Relationships. Thursday. Do. Listen. Hello everyone and welcome back to the GMC relationship podcast brought to you by the GMC podcast network. I'm your host Stephanie, am today. We're GONNA. Talk about what to do on a road trip with your partner. The reason why this idea came up is because recently. We've been talking about what to do when you're stuck in the house during cove, it wall during quarantine because of Covid with your partner if you live with them. But. Now sings in the world, gaining little wonky people getting crazy and people are starting to travel. and. For most of us will travel by car just to kind of keep it safe and condensed. You know you're in the same space with the people you've been in the same space with for I don't know the foreseeable future, but regardless of this came up. Because I have a wedding that I am going to be in and I brought that up on the last step soda hosted and it requires a road trip, so this road trip is going to happen with my partner. Partner and I need to figure out what to do with him in the car. Because when we're at the house, we are privileged enough to have the space to be apart from each other every once in a while you know in the same house, but we're not like all together all the time, and then when we are, we have you know I have books. He has video games. There's four games we play together, so we have physical activities that keep us engaged. And not just each other, so this presents a different kind of dilemma with my partner that we haven't really faced before because we have been on a rope together, but we haven't been on a road trip together after being with each other for twenty four seven it Kinda just leaves us in this space that were always in except for trapped even more so. I had a research or wanted to research have to I. Don't know deal with that. It's similar to cove, except you don't have the resources that you would typically have at home right so I really wanted to figure out how to get through this road trip. Saying we do have over five hours in a car together and less than ten, so it kind of makes it that weird space of time where you Kinda just want to drive all the way through. You don't really take a break, so we have A. A quiet a few hours ahead of where we're just us, and there are no distractions, except for maybe I can be a my phone when I'm not driving or vice versa, but there's only so many hours you wanna spend and data you wanNA use so the main focus of our episode is going to be how to do a road trip with your partner after covid or during Kobe I should say so. That's going to be. Our first segment is the typical things you might do in a road trip except there. There specifically for couples together and at the end of the episode. I'm going to give you guys other relationship. How can you can listen to that will either increase intimacy that you've created during this road trip or just released some of the tension, because while this podcast is really good for you to listen to start off with and share with your partner, because Da, but no, really this podcast is genuinely good. I've listened to other hosts, and I really like it, but you have more than one hour to kill what else? Else. Are you going to do with it? So stay tuned for the other podcast. Recommend because the really funny, or they're really helpful and I. Regardless of whether or not, you're on a road trip. I think you'll enjoy him, so stick around for that. Okay, so let's get started and talk about the different things you can do. with your partner during a road trip, so according to happily ever adventures dot com. That's a really cute website name. I felt like I. Keep saying that, but I'm being pretty genuine. Assessment of that I think it's super cute. According to happily adventures dot com, the first thing on the list for things couples can do is snack is snack. I feel like every episode. I'm talking about how much I love coffee or food, but and being very genuine I. Love Food. So when I saw this list and saw that it was first on the list. I'm like hell. Yeah, that's exactly Mac analysts, so they have snack on here and their explanation is like a isn't the best part of any road trip snacks, and the answer is always. Yes, snacks are always right answered, doesn't. Doesn't matter free on a road trip. Let's be real so but it says a road trip for couples is no different like give them snacks, and then you just have something talk about you have something to keep your hands busy. You have opinions on what your food is right, so that's why it gives you something to talk about, but more than that is that they suggest with the snacks that you play a game and the game is guest. That flavor and I bet you can guess that game with the title of that one. So they just say they recommend bringing a bunch of different snacks. And then the driver has guess what snack what the sack is or what the flavor is. So they recommend specific a chip on here. They're just doing their advertisements, but I think anything with a funky flavor. Especially think ruffles just came out with some sort of tickled flavor that my partner pointed out and said I would really love except. I. Don't I. Don't know I've never tried like pickled flavored anything other than a pickle so I highly doubt that's true, but you know he's trying, and it's really cute, and it is a good suggestion for us to have because we want to try something new, so and maybe during this trip it and then. I bet you pickles not hard to figure out, but it would be really fun to watch me just like Oh my God to die from lake trying willows chips, if I'm wrong, if you guys like pickled chips like flavored chips, let me know. I really do like pickles, so I'm always up for the suggestion. Our instagram account is GMC underscore relationship, and I would love to know what you guys are eating and snacking on because I. Love Snacks so. Any recommendations are good for me all right so the next thing on the list that they have is to listen to a podcast. ooh! I heard. You recommended that you listen to this podcast, but. I think this is actually a really good endeavor to learn more about your partner. Because when you're planning for a road trip a hopefully, you're planning a little bit because you do need you get hungry. You have to do rest stops and I'm not much of a planner. I would hope that you pick out some music that you guys know that you like. And that would also include picking out a podcast because I'm robot, you guys. I generally do love music I can listen to music for forever, but I can't listen to my partners music for forever, so this kind of creates an interesting dynamic because you have to figure out what you both lake. It's about compromise right so. Yeah I would listen to a podcast, and this'll be a good time to figure out what podcast. Your partner may listen to or should take recommendations from them, and then try and listen to those podcasts as well and again. I don't know about you guys, but my partner doesn't really like podcasts, so it really is a challenge to focus on that and see what he might like. One of the ones they recommend on. The website is how I built this and I have listened to that one. It's not exactly my cup of tea, but I'm definitely sure that my partner would like it because he's an engineer, so that would make sense right. But yeah, so I would consider that a really good challenge us at home while you're planning the road trip just to kind of figure out. What does my partner like to listen? What do I like to listen to? And that works for music as well as podcasts so? Yeah I just think that's a really good suggestion. Okay, so the next one on the list is to listen to an audiobook on a longer road trips, so this suggestion is much like the first one you can have to figure out you know what your partner likes if they've unlike books, but to be honest with you like I said before I've mentioned this in a previous podcast used to be a librarian, and just because someone's not a reader doesn't mean that won't actually listen to an audio book Maybe they grew up listening to NPR. Maybe they grew up listening to audio books with their. So it might be something that they're familiar with even if they don't like reading so I would give it a chance, and it really really depends on the narrator There's really good narrators out there. They get awards for it. So if you are interested in maybe getting a book and worried. If your partner might not like it, check out the narrator see if they're comfortable with it, and if not, there's tons of thousands of other options out there, so you can definitely find something out there for both of you are at least you know. Maybe you can listen to a little bit of. Of A book you like, and they listen to a little bit of a book. They might like also. There's stuff other than fiction I people forget about that. narrators nary everything from celebrities doing their own memoirs to you know nonfiction books that are just narrated by a good narrator, and those connect should be really interesting to it similar to you guys know modern love. It is a podcast now started out as just essays that were in the New York Times and it became a show on Amazon and Interestingly enough it article. There's an article from there. That will come up. Up later in this podcast, but I digress modern love. It started out as just essays in the new. York Times and they're real stories by real people. And then they turned it into a podcast by having someone narrate those stories, so what I'm saying. Is that audiobooks? There's a lot of auctions out there for the types of listening that you're going to do and I think it's worth checking out a couple of different people especially if you haven't listened to an audio book before though lot different than they used to be, they're no longer just on tapes or CDs. They're just as easy to access. Access as podcast star so I highly recommend just giving a couple of try. You can sample them even Oh, an Amazon has a really cool feature If you have the kindle APP, it'll actually give you the narration for I think like two or three dollars more. You can get the narrative form of that book that you already bought from Amazon and it's definitely worth a try I mean. If you guys are bored any need, something, entertain. You just do a little research. Ask a couple questions, and then maybe you guys have a couple of hours to kill that you no longer worried about. Okay so then their fourth recommendation on happily ever adventures I can really cute website name is to play road trip games for couples now. I thought that was really interesting. Because I'm like what are games in on road trips that are specific to couples I mean it's kind of what I was looking for. So it's good that answer this question right, but yeah so I was really interested to read that part of the articles so here we go the first game they had was that flavor and obviously already talked about that. You just have a snack and you have the guests. The flavor of that snack now a little sheet for that. Just go back. A little bit is maybe. Switch it up with like a pretzel or something, and then they're just gonNA. Be like salt. What did you give me salt and so I think I? Don't know I'm Dork so that that's something that I would do so. Yeah, that's the first game they mention The second game is a licensed game, and they say that it's the classic, but it's a classic for a reason and I don't know this game. I don't think I played it before, but they said the first person to seek announced state license plate calls out the name of the state and lately punches the other so. This is for couple they say replaced the punch with something like a kiss or caress, but whatever floats your boat like I say your mileage may vary so there you go. That's the way to turn classic game into something couple I guess. The other Games at the recommend our pick. Pick up a hitchhiker now when I first title for that I was like how incredibly dangerous corona virus, my brain was all like serious, taking notes on what these different games were, and then they merely was like on the Dork, so apparently this game. If you've played it before you just pretend you pick up a hitchhiker. And then the passenger makes a story about who that hitchhiker is and where they're going and. They say that overtime. The conversation can get flirty. You can take it from there. Perhaps that's the direction it can go. also suggested that. If you don't want to pretend that, it's just a stranger, you can pretend you've just met and that. This is a weird but awesome. I state so they said breakout your most charming for state conversations in flirtations, and sometimes like novelty, like this can just add a little bit in on genuity to your relationship, all Righty, so the next game that they recommend is to make up stories. Stories, it's kind of like the first one where you just don't you pretend you're a stranger? And they knew makeup story about that person, but now they're saying to do it to the other passengers or to do it to be outside of your car, so the other people driving on the road, or if you pass by houses, and you see an interesting house, or let's say you see an interesting car. You can make up the person who has that are, so they said to get really creative and to do it together. Being experience versus the first one was kind of like I'm GonNa be a person and make up all the stuff and you make up all the questions, but this time around you guys are both asking the questions, and then bowl's coming up with a conclusion so I. Think this is fun. it is Kinda just like people watching and remember the days before phones I don't know you might be younger listener and have no idea what. What I'm talking about, but people. Watching can be really fun so I I. Say give it a try. You know if your phone's dead or you just again. You need time off of your phone. You can just make up stories about other people because they don't know won't hurt them. You don't have to post anything about it. It'll be great so now. They're classic Rocho game that they put a spin on is would you rather? so when you're coppell, it's a little bit different because you already know about each other, so would you rather works a lot better than never have I ever although you know if you're fairly new couple, and you decide to go on a road trip together, never have I ever a good place to start the as four. Would you rather questions for couples? Website says try picking outrageous questions, gross questions and steaming questions. About your relationship, so or you know what you would be interested in doing surrounding your relationship, the options are endless with someone. You're so intimate with They're just kind of saying. Make it fun. Make It flirty, and they actually have a couple of questions that they recommend specifics, so I will read those out because I actually think they're kind of fun and I think they're kinda different so here we go. one of the questions is. Would you rather eat barbecue chips or sea, salt and cracked pepper, definitely barbecue, because crack pepper on just like a plane. Small chip is so powerful. It's so intense I have a friend that really loves salt and pepper and every time she'd have one. She just WanNa. TRY IT! She's like. Please maybe a like at this time. Oh, I just can't so let us know what you would eat again. Our INSTAGRAM GMC underscore relationship. Let us know if you like salt and pepper like cracked. Freshly cracked on a chip because that's way too intense for me and I need to see if I'm in the minority or not all right, so the second question is, would you rather lose the ability to lie or believe everything you're told? Number three. Would you rather only vacation by the beach or in the city? Number Four. Would you rather have three kids and no money or no kids, but unlimited money? And number five. Would you rather have a morally questionable job and make tons of money or help people in your job in making very little money, so there's more questions than that I think they do have twenty. I just wanted to share some of those guys because I've heard. Would you rather questions and they're usually like salty or sweet? You know if you're like island. Would you rather have directions to raft or like a sailboat? You hit a fixed that Lou something. You know traditional and kind of boring, but these are really telling about. What you do and kind of real life circumstances Hopefully you have tons of money and you help people that yeah I thought those were quite interesting. Okay another game that says you can play would be adult mad libs, and honestly who does it like Mavericks? If you haven't played Mad libs before I'd recommend getting a booklet. They're super. Cheap are available anywhere online or in bookstores, if those are available to you and they're really fun for something, Super Cheap e-e-e-e-no. You just fill in on different adjectives nouns. Nouns and adverbs into a story line, and then it makes it into something completely different and makes a story into something really funny. Really Raunchy or you know somewhere in between, but yeah they recommend this one, because obviously it can get really fun with someone. You're intimate with because there really are less boundaries when you go when you do it with your partner. Okay, so that's it for what specifically you can do during the road trip after a break, we're gonNA. Come back and we're GONNA talk about how to minimize fights on a road trip for couples the different things you can do to try and negate any sort of conflicts that might arise, and then after that we're also going to talk about how to use it to actually bond together, which is good information to have because you might have a list of ideas. Ideas of stuff to do to keep you distracted, and you might have a plan of how it might go, but now we're going to actually talk about like how to use it to bond, and then at the end of that sowed remember, I'm going to share my favorite podcast with you guys that will either enhance intimacy between you two or can help defuse. Whatever actually happened during that trip. So I hope you guys stick around and I'll see you after the break. The DSM see sex. PODCAST is a show that examines all aspects of sexuality from physical to emotional spiritual, join our hosts, as they discuss age-old questions, common misconceptions and the latest topics surrounding sex. They'll tackle topics about sexuality from the complicated to the hilarious and everything in between TSMC. Sex podcast is your show for all of your questions about sex. Even some you might not have thought of yet download the ESPN sex podcast on Itunes stitcher soundcloud. Google, play or anywhere you could find God cath just tight GMC in the search bar. Hey guys, thanks for going back for second segment. just a little recap our I. I've meant we discussed what to actually do. Long Road trip or you know short depending on how you view it, but along a road trip with your significant other and in this segment we're gonNA. Talk about how to plan ahead, so maybe you don't fight as much and then how to actually use the road trip to bond with your partner I found that really interesting. Mommy's looking for new ways to bond with partner because stress and because life, so we need to keep it fresh need to keep it new, and because this is a new situation together being together all the time It's hard to kind of do that, so yeah, let's get into it. Like I said this segment is going to be surrounded. With ideas for to avoid the fights in the first place so again I really is from the same website and I I think I'm falling in love. What the website! Because happily ever adventures recommends the first thing in order to avoid fights is a bring snacks and make sure you ask what yours -nificant their likes to eat You. Probably already had an idea. I'm sure, but if there's any specific things they like actually like to snack on, you know snacks at home and snacks for road trips are to me to completely different two completely different things like if you ask me what I like to snack on at home, and probably going to say veggies in Hamas, because I can fridge eight. The Hamas and actually really like is not just a healthy thing for me. Genuinely enjoy it different kinds, especially the spicy ones and quick side. No, I think you guys are just learning a lot about me and that's what this is doing for myself as well but. But I digress Yeah, so what I eat on a road trip is significantly different, so I'm gonNA eat corn chips I'm GONNA eat pork rise I'm going to eat. Sunflower seeds, anything with lots of fat or lots of salt We're gonNA find me having during this road trip. So that's a lot different than what I would eat at home so I would need my partner to kind of asked me like hey, would you want to eat beef? Jerky is definitely on the less so you see room going with this, so I think it's important actually to avoid any sort of like. Hey, why don't you get me anything? That's not what I want to eat right now. Then you just kind of asking you guys make a list, and then you get whatever snacks you want. Okay, so the second thing of Melissa I recommend to minimize any sort of fights. is to also minimize the foam. Oh, on your trip so one they say one thing that always leads to fighting for this particular couple like the writer who wrote this article is feeling You know fear of missing out when they're on the trip and she always wants to see everything and she feels stress to win. They're going to miss out on things. Things, which makes her irritated, a bit grumpy and to be honest I'm the same way there are certain things that I get excited for on road trips snacks, being one of them obviously, and if it doesn't go the way that I thought it would go like my expectations are met then I really get upset I. Try not to I try and like say it'll be okay. It's not a big deal, but we all kind of know how that. Lowers the capacity to do that. When you're in a high stress, situation and I think being alone with one person, no matter who it is for hours on end when you're out of music, and podcasts and audiobooks sows into. It can really get on your nerves, so she saying what works for her to kind of get out of that feeling of foam. Oh is to figure out the top things that she absolutely has to do on the trip to make villages. So let's say that you're in California and you're passing certain Lake landmarks. GonNa WanNa make sure that you pick at least one of those landmarks that you just have to see. I would say only one. She doesn't actually specify that but I would just say one especially if your wrote it. Isn't that long compromises a really good idea in this scenario, so I really like that idea and the narrowing it down to just one thing you really WanNa. See and then asking your partner. The one thing that they wanna do helps you set the standard for how the troops can go. And then she says she has to accept that. No matter what they're not gonna be able to see and do. They WANNA do so that circles back to number one. You know just create expectations that are actually manageable during the trip. Okay, so another thing on her list is that she has to remind herself set if they really love it, they can always planning return trip so the stuff that you're not gonna see just planning another trip for it. You may have the time now to be able to do that and if you don't have any time now. Now's a good time to plan ahead for what you might WanNa. See when you have more time or when it's more manageable for you to do so. Another tip and trick is remember that if you are having like foam, oh, fear missing out. You're not really being present. Right so you. WANNA J-. Be As president as you can be with your partner because they're in the car to. Let's say they're the ones driving like. How is it free to drive for like three hours on end? The by our three gets really tiring, so you WANNA make sure. Sure that if you are thinking about the stuff that you're missing on this road trip that your partner is missing stuff, too. You're not alone and that's what couple dumb is right. You are not alone. They probably have the same feelings as you do so just relax and try and be as president can and yeah. She just finishes it up by saying that you know. She enjoys she tries to. To enjoy the moment, and she's focused on it and just let go of the stuff. You don't have time to see and do all righty so the next thing on the list for what to plan ahead for you know to avoid any fights is to have an idea of where you wanna go, but don't plan too much, so one of her favorite parts of a couples road trip is being. Being able to be a little spontaneous adds excitement and adventure to the trip, which as excitement to the relationship and the best way to be spontaneous during a couples road trip is don't overplay in it. you kind of know overall what you're a temporary will look like but keep your options open to new ideas, especially for partners super excited about something and you. Let's say you were. Messing around with the going somewhere else, just let them just let them have it. Just go with the flow. You know as much as possible. I will say this happened with me and my partner. The last time we went on a road trip we went to Vegas and on the way home. We stopped by the alien. Jerky spot in. I don't know if you know about this because you could be in a completely different area than we are, but it's pretty popular. It's a the normal stop that you go to or from Vegas. But I had never been before and my boyfriend loves that place. He likes the JERKY. Both like spicy foods, and this is a fun sai no on. If you guys have ever seen the youtube show hot ones, it's from the first we feast channel, and it's hosted by Shaun Evans, but anyways they have the hot sauce at this particular. Jerky spot is called the bomb, and that's the one that has made itself known on seasons of that show, and it's usually the hot sauce that trips people. So they have available there and we almost bought it, but we didn't because we were like. How much are we actually gonNA use the sauce, but ended up buying different sauces and different Beecher keys, but I would have never have realize that they have that sauce available. There had not stopped in. It's kind of like full circle for us. Because that's a show, we love to watch at home so creditor really memorable experience, and if you're open to new opportunities, that's going to lie to do that right so I really liked that recommendation. next one is to set a budget and I think this one is like the most important by far because you guys don't want to complain about spending money when you're out trying to have fun. That's just another stressor and we all know that finances are just a big deal to everybody especially right now, so make your budget as realistic as possible and just do. Do a little research before you go like everything else. Just look at food, fuel and missions like hotels wherever you're going to go I'm just be prepared like you typically would especially like having respect for partner if you guys like it together, you're not really clear on what your financial situation is of your partner. Then you WanNa, make sure that it's reasonable for everybody. Okay the next one is to consider switching off driving responsibilities. I'm not really sure why that's. On the list I would hope you're considerate. Enough of your partner do switch off driving. It does make a difference. If you don't have a license I mean in that case, you don't really have that option, but if you do, you should be switching off with the driver, they could get tired. That could be dangerous so to me those kind of commonsense bell. Let's say that you don't have a driver's license. consider Y. Your partner might need in order to drive for as long as you guys need to drive and I think that's pretty straightforward so I'm going to move on. Okay so the last thing on the list for how to be prepared before your road trips so that. That, you can kinda minimize your fights. his be prepared like I said. You just need to be prepared. You want to make sure that you have proper car insurance assan expired. You WanNa make sure. The cars maintenance is up to date for like tires and oil change If you rent a car, make sure that you have everything ready to go. was required to rent that car. You know you are of age you have a proper is driver's license, and whatever contract you're GONNA sign. You have the proper paperwork to do that, so also make a packing list before leaving like you said your favorite snacks. What you're GONNA listen to different games. You can play and then. Make sure that you plan ahead and have enough time when you are going on your trip to make sure you have everything with you like truth, brush or contact solution because Dan. My forgotten that so many times in life. It's really not fair, and it sucks, so make sure you guys give yourself enough time to actually on. Be Ready to go. Okay, so let's say that you're done with their planning. And you already have all the activities you WANNA do but here activities that will help couples bond on the road trip and again I just found this really interesting. So when a shirt with you guys, so the first thing that happily ever ventures recomend is to set an intention for couples road trip now this little different than setting up your expectations, because your expectations, our own, and you can control those, but if you set an intention with your partner for how the trip is going. Going to go like maybe detail a plan that you have in mind the one place that you really WanNa go How many roads stops you're going to go to and or the hotels? You might go to really run despite your partner don't expect them to come to you. Just take charge and do it, and that's a recommendation I've gotten therapy before There's Holy Dan and won't get into it now, but I might get into it in a different podcast, but essentially just says like think about the things you would like your. Your partner to do and then just do them yourself now there's arguments be made on both sides about why that Cancan at work, but for this situation I mean it's very cut cut and dry right. You're just GONNA. Come up with ideas plans that you have for the road trip. Go over them with your partner. And hopefully that's a fun experience. You guys can come up with different games that you do like different snacks again that you do like and then you can talk about at the end of the trip lake whether or Or. Not You felt that you accomplished your intention, and it's a good thing to think about during rocky moments of the trip like okay, reset my intention. What do we actually want to do on this trip? Besides just have fun. We want to enjoy each other, and we wanna do things that the other person wants to do because it helps us learn and grow, and just compromise and bond with our partner, so I really liked the idea of setting an intention, because intentions are really important, because in you understand yourself, you understand your partner. All righty so the next idea on the list is to reframe mess ups as an adventure on your couples road trip. So this is also an example of something you can do outside of just you know. Having a road trip is that if something happens that you weren't expecting or outside of the plan in an upset you just you know, turn it. Make it something that's like interesting or fun or like I always tend to say Oh, manages her comedy of errors, and just by saying that phrase alone Kinda helps. Helps me reframe. What's actually happening because again? If you guys set that intention that you know we're going to have a good time in this is how we're going to have a good time and something happens like a bump in the road. That doesn't allow that to happen. Go back to the intention. Remember what was supposed to happen on this trip and you re frame how the fight occurred now it's a really bad one. Obviously, that's hard to do, but I mean it's a road trip, so what you're! GonNa get angry about is like I. Don't WanNa. Stop again. We just stopped like an hour and a half ago in the mad. Because you really have to go to the bathroom, but just say like hey i. know didn't intend for this to happen, but I really need to go or I'm GonNa go right in front of you and usually ends the fight. So I like that idea because it just takes you back to your attention, and it helps you reframe any sort of little fights that can come up and you know speaking of rest stops. It's kind of funny because it does. Bring that up. As the last thing you know to help you, guys. Bond is to actually stop at rest stops they're saying that you never know what you might find. Nowadays this little different and I totally understand that, but with all Cova. Security and health practices in place they this could still be an exciting thing, because let's say you stop at a rest stop and it's an a really beautiful area that you can seen before, or it's in a really not good. Good area that you've seen before again, let's be safe, but maybe it's just something you didn't know about that. City like it smells like cows, or it has a lot of of farming area that you weren't aware before, or that is something you could see as well just like farm animals, depending on the area in lots of desert or apparently you guys know. Know that I live in those kinds of areas, but he goes. I'm saying you can just see in explorer in two new things depending on arrest. Stop like if you haven't been there before then. Maybe something new will pop up and that is bonding experience. Because in you, new experience is going to make you guys bond, so I like that idea as well. Okay, so that's it for our second segment and I can't believe how fast this is going for me, I hope it's going just as enjoyable fast for you guys as well our next segment. We're going to actually talk about intimacy. And how does that connect with what we're talking about now? Well, we just talked about how to bond with your partner and I think it's really important to remember why intimacy even looks like so that when you're on this road trip or even if you're just at home, and you're trying to reclaim some of the intimacy between your. Your partner It's important to remember what it is, and why you want it, and then also going to give you a test on how to find it, which I think is super, super cool, and remember at the very end of the episode I'm GonNa give you the specific relationship podcasts, obviously besides this one that will keep you guys either growing your intimacy, or maybe just make you laugh after whatever goes down during that road trip or whatever fights you may have, so makes you stick around after the break and we'll talk a little bit about intimacy. Tired of searching the vast jungle of podcasts now listen close and hear this out. There's a podcast network that covers just about everything that you've been searching. The. Golden state media concepts podcast network is here nothing less than podcast blitz with endless hours of podcast Harvard's. From News, sports, music, fashion, cooking, entertainment, fantasy, football, and so much more so stop lurking around. Go straight out to the golden state media concept's podcast network guaranteed to build that podcast is. Whatever it may be visit www dot Jesus. MC PODCAST DOT com follow us on facebook and twitter and download on Itunes, soundcloud and Google play. Do. Hey guys welcome back to the third segment of the GMC relationship podcast and our last couple of segments. We talked about what to do during a road trip so you guys keep busy and you don't annoy each other. Then we talked about how to maybe planned to avoid the fights, and also how to bond during the trip, but now we're gonNA. Talk about what intimacy actually looks like so that you remember during the trip. Okay, this is what I'm trying to accomplish or even. If you're just trying to accomplish staying sane, it's important to remember what intimacy actually looks like so that it's like subconsciously down below like wire, trying to have a good time because it kind of set your. Your intentions for the rest of the trip. So that's why I wanNA talk about it and don't forget at the very end of the episode. I'm GONNA give you other relationship podcasts listen to that will either increase the intimacy are looking for a thrill looking for it or something just to laugh at with your partner it somehow revolving around relationships, so stick around for that, but for now let's get started on intimacy and remembering what it means so that when we're on this road trip, we can have that in mind. according to psychology today Yes, unfortunately, we're no longer with the happily ever adventures, woops site, but according to psychology today there are seven elements that define an intimate relationship. And I liked this article, versus like the top ten on how to recreate intimacy, because this is actually defining like what makes your relationship intimate, and by remembering, what makes it intimate? You're going to be more likely to do. Those acts so here are the seven components of intimate relationships that help define intimacy. First one is knowledge, and it says when you're forming deep intimate relationships, you wanNA share a vast amount of personal information that you wouldn't necessarily feel comfortable sharing with others I remember. That's what makes your partner important, so this information that you share with each other this questions that you might ask during the road trip. You know the ones like twenty questions or never have I ever you WANNA. Make sure that you don't use that information against them. Because this is the reason why they're telling you it in the first place, they love you. They trust you. And you WANNA. Make sure you respect that and you'll remember that so. And you're having an altercation when you're you know if a fight happens just remember that they gave you this knowledge on the idea that you would respect it, and you would honor having that knowledge, so remember to feel valued as a person as her partner that this is shared information that they don't typically give out to anybody and I think that would really help during a fight because you're going to be like okay, remember what it means to be intimate is that they're sharing this information with me? Because I'm going to respect it and I'm going. Going to respect them, so don't use it against them in a fight, and that's what I found really really actually helpful so The next item that is listed as a component that defines intimacy is interdependence now this is not to be confused with co-dependency. That's a completely different issue and one we might talk about in the future, but this one's interdependence and they defined as relationships tend to be highly interdependent wherein each partner influences the other meaningfully frequently and vastly in terms of topic importance, so they're saying this can range from A to e. For dinner or where to live, so this can even be like choosing where to go on your road trip right or were you go during your road trip, so you guys are. Your own people you come up with your own ideas, and like I mentioned earlier. Respect your partners ideas, so let's say that you had three top places you wanted to go to in. You're actually on your road trip. And you have to choose between in your choice or their choice and remember choose one that is very highly important to you. Then ask your partner. Is this very important to you like? If you had to choose between this and something else on our? Our list which one would you choose? Just have that conversation with them, and it shows that you're paying attention to their needs and their wants, and you're also remembering like you're not gonNA. Compromise your idea, just because they WANNA do. There's you are having a conversation and a dialogue about what they want the most, and so if they decide that, this is without a doubt something I can't skip. Let's say for instance you decide the same. Just have the conversation and. And if you have to skip out on what you're doing, plan plan for the next trip or if at the skip out on what they WANNA do planet for the trip home. You know there's always a compromise there and I think that's really important to remember is that you don't have to diminish your needs in order to celebrate, there's so what you WanNa. Do just have a conversation, and that's who you have. Those types of conversations with is your intimate relationships i. I mean that includes friendships am we are talking about relationships here? And I think with relationships you can even just beware with them and be like. Hey, this actually where you want to go, you can be straightforward and then just move on and say all right. We'll plan the next one for me. I think that's very easy to do, so I really liked that advice. Just remember your needs remember that they had needs and then try meet somewhere in the middle. Okay so the third thing they list as a sign of intimacy is care, so care is a hallmark of healthy intimate relationships. I liked the word healthy in there, because while all relationships could be intimate, not all of them are healthy and intimate, and they're saying care is a hallmark of a healthy relationship, because you in differs from the type of care that you would typically display to another non intimate person, right care is more than kindness, and it's more than being nice. You actually help comfort in times of distress, and you keep them from harm, so let's say your partners been driving for two hours and you feel lively. You feel relaxed, you feel. Feel like you have. The energy offered to drive that it's simple as that it really does go back to the examples I brought up earlier, but the examples I brought earlier frat. Avoid fights work because you're with an intimate partner who you care about and in a healthy relationship. That's not going to be a sacrifice. That's not gonNA be. You're not going to hold a grudge against some. It'd be like of course have to drive because they're tired by now, and it's only been in our. It's like remember what you're building this relationship on. Remember that you like this person and that you show such a deep care for them that you're willing to. Do something that helps them out or you display affection for them like maybe put your hand on their lap or hold their hand while they're driving. They're in cruise control and they don't actually need that other hand. You can do small science like that that show appreciation small little gestures that Kinda keep them going and remind them that you care. Okay, so the next one that list as a sign of intimacy is trust and trust is pretty difficult to discuss because it's a difficult concept. is very complex. It requires multiple parts to it but new feel, even without being fully able to define it right, so let's bring up again the road trip. You Trust Your partner to drive, and hopefully you trust them to navigate so even if you are not driving and you are helping your partner navigate that trust that they know what they're doing helps you from freaking out. If something goes wrong, so if you remember that you trust them enough to. To Kendall the car for you. Let's say that they make a wrong turn, or let's say that they missed turn. You come at them with kindness and love and caring. You say like Hey, buddy, you miss that last hurt. You know you could have a little humor about it and if it keeps happening then again because you trust that they know what they're doing and you care about them, you say hey, we need to take turn driving. Notice that we're kind of missing a few stops and I don't mind driving at all I have plenty of energy, or if you don't then make sure that you. You make a plan to pull over and do you need to do until you are ready to go back on the road so I think trust is really important because I think we forget we forget like when you're nervous and you're in a car and you're stressed out for whatever reason then you can kind of snap at each other, but remembering that you care again and remembering that you trust this person with your life will help you kinda calm down in those kinds of situations. Alright, so the next one is responsiveness, and it says this means recognizing understanding and supporting each other in both times of. Of Pain and gain so when you feel like your needs are being met. This culminates in a feeling of being appreciated in loved, and you know we said at the top episode identify what your expectations are. talk about wigger. Tensions are with your partner, and this includes your needs, so if you if you feel like these needs that you know whatever your intentions were are not being met during the trip. Tell your partner say hey. We set the set before we came. This is not the direction we're going. Let's reroute. Let's remember like how we want this trip to go and try and go from there. Now, these last two I feel like. Oh, we kinda understand already so I will kind of lump them together, but number six is neutrality This one just explains when you go from a me to a week, so let's say at the beginning of a relationship. You might say lake. This guy and I are going out of town this weekend, but now changes to that point like were going out of town this weekend and I really liked this point because it reminds you that you're a we now so. During the trip. You're GONNA have your needs like I said in your intentions, and so if they're not being met you WANNA. Make sure that they are they. Also remembering like this is bolt of your guys trips in and I know I said earlier. You WanNa. Keep your part her. But don't only keep your partner in mind because they have their own needs. Just remember that you're in this together. You're going together. Our trip whether or not like I'm going for a wedding, and my partner's coming with you because he's my partner and he's GonNa be with me at the wedding, but this isn't an experience that will share together. So this is no longer in experience such mine. It's not like he's coming with me. It's like we're going together. This is something we are doing. Including the road trip including the wedding, so keep that in mind that you're in it together and anything that happens you deal with together so I like that reminder, and then the last one is just. Just commitment, so it says within healthy intimate relationships there's mutual volition for wanting the relationship to continue indefinitely, so that allows the other six components of that I mentioned before to really grow, obviously, because you have the time that you allow the time to do that so I really like this as the landing point for how we end in remembering intimacy, because you were in a commitment, and it's saying that here allowing that to grow, and so remember that when any fights can occur, or let's say you're bored near like. Oh, I can't stand this person anymore like. This is going to happen. You're GonNa have good times. You'RE GONNA have bad times. You're going to let it blow over. You'RE GONNA stand your ground. This is just stuff that happens, and it's going to happen in a committed relationship. No matter who you're with, so if something's really getting to you, just remember where we now. I'm intimate with this person at knowledge about this person I, it's grown for a long time, and I wanted to continue to grow in the very positive and. And healthy way the Maim GonNa do that is remembering that I'm committed and this person you know. I care about them and I want to stay committed, and that will really help ease attention whenever you're thinking about damn. I can't stand this person well. Maybe you can, because you've done it for a while already okay and to wrap up this segment. I'M GONNA. Take US way back in time to two Thousand Fifteen I'm sure you guys have heard of this article before. It's The New York Times article for modern love like mentioned earlier, I'd be mentioning this now, but it's titled to Fall In love with anyone do this, and it's related to the discussion about intimacy, because basically it talks about psychologist who runs a study where two strangers fall in love, and they do that by forcing intimacy, and they force intimacy with these thirty six questions, and then they maintain contact at the end for four minutes, so I thought this would be a good idea because when you're on the road. What else are you, GonNa do and they give you ways to bond during the road trip and they gave you guys definitions on remembering what intimacy is but now. Now these are the questions that are going to really force you guys out of your comfort zone and to recreate that intimacy now honestly don't know how fair it is to do. During a road trip, but I did this during a road trip, and even though we couldn't maintain eye, contact will be asked two questions. It made them easier to answer, and maybe took the pressure off of us, so that was nice. and we already have that kind of deep established intimacy at least in our relationship, but I thought this might be fun because you can ask these questions to pretty much anyone. If you WANNA get to know, them better doesn't necessarily have to be a couple's thing. Thing, but if it is a couple, just get ready because these questions are pretty intense, so yeah This was all sparked from a New York. Times article for modern love like a mentioned earlier, and it's kind of crazy. What these questions are and how they actually work the psychologists that did this study Arthur Erin he succeeded in making two strangers fall in love. I mean they got married six months after. So the even worked for the woman who wrote the article on her name is Mandy. Lynn Cocoon believe that's how you pronounce I I'm probably getting that wrong. And she wrote the article to fall in love with anyone do this and she actually ended up falling in love. Love with the person she just spontaneously did this quiz with so apparently it works and let's kind of go through them and see see if you want to answer these with your partner and I'm just realizing now you know my answer. Some of these on the air so I'm creating an intimacy with you guys and I really if you want to reach out, you can reach out with any very answers to these questions on our instagram, and it's Jason. See underscore relationship, or if you don't want to get that intimate, you can just let us know if you even played the game with your partner or just your closest friend really interested to see who else plays his game. Okay, so. Let's get started with the actual questions and I am only going to do one question because I don't WanNa. Go through a whole list of questions if they're not advice so but let's just pick an interesting question and go from there. Okay, let's choose lucky number seven and or the most magical number question number seven is. Do you have a secret hunch about how you will die wolf? What a question I've actually never thought about how I'm going to die before I've always been extremely paranoid being in the house alone, and that's all say about that because I currently am alone, and I no longer want to think about that question, so thanks a lot, but anyways at it. Ask questions like that like really diverse interesting. You know if he could wake up tomorrow having gained one. One quality or ability would be or asking you know if a crystal ball could tell you the truth by yourself your life. What would you want to know I think those are really proving in really intimate questions. They get even deeper than that. The further you go along the list, so be careful here asking these questions too, because you might not WanNa know the answer war. War is just a little bit too soon. So make sure you actually are open to getting to know these people whoever you asked this question, too okay cool, so that was the end as segment and kind of a wrap up on the things you can do during a road trip how to create more intimacy and how to actually bond during the trip now like mentioned throughout the. The entire episode. This is the end this is the fun part our next segment after the break is going to be although relationship podcasts other than this one of course that will either help deepen intimacy between you and your partner, or just going to give you a good laugh, but it's still about relationships, so make sure you stay tuned and I'll see you after the break. Are, you tired of the on news. Are you sick of the seemingly endless political spin and negatively the empty? America's still beautiful podcast is a weekly news podcast covering all the top positive and uplifting news stories we cover stories that will inspire uplift and remind you love the good in the world tune into the golden state media concept. America's still beautiful podcast to get all the great and positive news stories of today download the Jesus. Empty America's still beautiful podcast on Itunes, stitcher, soundcloud, Google, play, or anywhere bond vodkas just type GMC in the search bar. Don't. Do. Hey guys and welcome to the last segment of our episode so just to quickly recap. Our episode was a vow. You know how to handle road trip at the partner that you may be been living with nonstop for the last couple of months like literally nonstop. You can't go outside right now, so it's kind of complicated, but yeah. How survived that road trip? And remembering what intimacy even means so that? If a fight does happen, we go back to basics. Basics, and now we're just GONNA. Talk about the fun stuff. We're going to talk about the podcast that you guys could potentially listened to summer going to increase the intimacy, and then some are just going to be for fun some you can just let loose and listen to people talk about relationships all the fun parts of the relationship, so let's get started the first episode WanNa recommend is called French shipping and it's with Trinh and Jen trend. Trend with one end and Jen with to, and I'm not kidding. I have been through. The backlog of episodes started in two thousand fifteen. I think I've been through the backlog of friendship. Ing Lake Three different times because they're episodes aren't too long. There are some that are about an hour, but most of them are less than an hour, and what's called friendship ing. It is about how to be the best type of friends you can, and that includes your. Your partner that includes remembering like you this person as a friend as well. That is why you got with them. I mean Lincoln, more than a friend, but started out liking him just like you would like anybody and learning I remembering be kind, and the difference between kindness and being nice, and did I mention that these ladies worked for cards against humanity, while one of them still does in the other one now works for kickstarter for a different company. They are hilarious. They literally work for a company that makes humor for living. They make jokes for a living so while they give constructive advice for how to be a good friend. They're just so funny along the way, the each have their own personality and their own stuff going on in their own lives, and they're not quiet about it, but they're also really funny about it. I never thought I would find snails interesting, but if you want to know more about that, check, check out friendship ing it's friend shipping together one word with an exclamation point at the end, and it has like a blue logo you'll find. It's pretty easy and I do WANNA. WanNa, mention because park has started so long ago. They've been on a personal journey themselves and they haven't been afraid to open up like I mentioned before and so on. They are LGBTQ friendly like they do mention that all the time. They make sure they have the proper pronouns, even requests that if you right into them about your relationship issues that you say what your opponents are, so they are definitely the podcasts that I would recommend the most because they are on top of their stuff, so yeah, checkout friendship ing. It's really worth is really worth even just trying it for I. Don't know a couple of minutes just as eve you like it. Okay. The next one is frigging hilarious. I Love Love Love. This podcast is. Hosted by four people who identify as queer, and they are self described multi-racial mix of queer writers who talk about sex relationships, identity and everything else. They talk about entertainment. They talk about scientific research. Believe one of them's a scientist, so they just talk about everything under the sun, including relationships and agile, stink third, really hilarious again I like those podcasts that the host aren't afraid to talk about their personal lives, and they add a little bit humor, but they also add a lot of truth, and they always back up what they want to say with like science and research so I really liked that podcast to. All right. Let's get a little real Some of these podcasts that I'm gonNA. Mention now are more intimate they kind of dive deep into relationship, so if you're looking to explore your relationship and ask those types of questions with your partner, while you're on a road trip, or even while you're at home, are some podcasts that you guys listen do so. One is called marriage therapy radio and I like this one because it has actual marriage therapists on it One of the host is Zach. Brittle and And the other host is Laura Heck and according to them? They tackle complaints, every marriage experiences and the science behind solutions to those complaints, and you might recognize them from their vanity fair video where they sucked. Couples from movies and movies range from Disney to Oscar winning films. So I think that's really interesting. kind of circles back to very sepah. Where say hey US fiction to kind of figure out what your needs are. That's exactly what they do and it's kind of funny because I ended up doing that. but the reason why I liked. This podcast is because it's very short it's not time consuming it all. They basically take one listener question, and they dissect it, and why it would work or different practices that work in that don't work, and that's it just get to the point, and because they are therapists, yeah. I tend to trust them of course Syria research, but they are real therapist who is still practiced with clients so Yeah, that's why I really liked this podcast. So the next one is called. SEX GETS REAL WITH DON. Sarah Her tagline is no fluff. No lies just sex, and while this isn't a sex podcast I. do want to recommend it. Because sex happens in relationships and having listened to her podcast, she talks more than just sex any. It's obviously the focus of her podcast, but. Yeah, she talks about different types and styles of relationships, and how sex factors into those types relationships, and it's given me some insight into how different people are when they interact sexually, and what their preferences are, and what their concerns are because she gets listener questions to, and so people really approach her with individualized concerns, and it really helps. You feel less alone because even if they're not a concern of mine, it makes me realize. Wow, everyone's really different. We have really different needs. Needs whether it's sexually or in our relationship, and we need to learn that we need to be comfortable with what our needs are. Regardless of the spectrum of Vanilla to extremely not vanilla soy. It helps you feel less alone helps you feel more connected, and these are really interesting. People really interesting stories about what they do. sexually so I really liked the podcast and that something you're into I would definitely give a listen okay I'm going to circle back just a little bit. I WANNA. Go back to some of the Flynn podcast because. It up a little bit and get some humor back in here, so my favorite podcast of all time is the read and yeah, that's it. That's the name of it. It's the read and if you don't know what reading someone is, you should, you can google it, but basically bloggers, and now TV stars, kid, fury, and King, crystal cover everything, and they're throwing shade and spilling tea and I really don't want to explain that to you guys. I hope I'm not being rude, but catches. Do your research the reedmen it's. Two comedians who talk about celebrities, everything and black culture, but they also talk about relationships at the very end of the episode. They have listener letters and I. Kid you not. These are the funniest things I've ever heard in my life because again. They're just funny. They're just telling people what they need here. They're reading people all over the place and you know their tagline has somewhat become. Break up with him because they've gotten so many listener letters over the years about all these women with all these trash men writing in what do I do. What do I do and then by halfway through the listener letter? Kyrie's already saying of them. Break up with him. Break up with him like he just he just says it because he already knows where this listener letter is going now I do have to say they do listen. They do take the time and they listened, but it's they've been around for a while, so they kind of know already aware of listener letter is going. If it gets to that point they they're freaking. FREAKING Hilarious, I highly recommend it again. It's the read if you don't know, it's super popular to the point where they got their own TV show, I mean now with Cova the can't do it, but yeah. Check them out the read available everywhere. Okay, so the next one I'm going to recommend. is the friend zone and they basically are like the read. There are just as amazing they. Tell it like it is Let me give you a little rundown. The friend zone is hosted by destined Ross Hayfron. Hey, otherwise known as Fran and Asante and they explored mental health, mental wealth and mental hygiene, because who, in the hell wants a musty brain and destined. I am so sorry that I had to say that. He says it way better in the episode, but these three friends talk about healthy friendships, healthy relationships and healthy sex. They like. They said they're like in it for mental hygiene, health and wealth. They really do that. They give you practical steps practical advice for how to achieve that regardless of the relationship, but LEMme. Tell you they do about relationships almost every episode and they talk about how to care for yourself. Yourself and then how to make sure you have a healthy relationship from like a real like you know not a professional experiences from their own relationship experience, which they have had, and I have learned to grow and trust them, and to just just be like Fran. Just be like Fran and that's all I needed to say, so. Yeah, make sure you check out the friend zone. It's whole areas I love it. All right, so the last two podcasts mention are a little bit more serious, but there with professionals and I highly recommend you listen to them regardless of whether or not you listen to them on the road trip just listened to them by yourself. Maybe pick a few favorites or like little snippets, and then you can share those with your partner, but the first one I want to mention is called unlocking us, and this is a new one. One and so there's not a lot of episodes, but it's hosted by Brunei Brown who you might have heard of. She's pretty huge She has repeats G. Research, and she's a licensed master social worker, and she focuses on emotions and experiences that bring meaning and purpose to our lives i. think you may know her from her Ted Talk. Shoes given more than one They have a lot of hits, and they're they focus on vulnerability or Or. There's one listening to shame the her podcasts unlocking us It's really about human connections and the magic and Messi NASA, what it means to be human, and that includes a romantic relationships, so she just really focuses on the science behind what we do what we do, and it's in a really practical way I mean. She has given so many Ted, talks over the years, and if you've ever listened to a Ted Talk they're really relatable. relatable date talking language that you're going to understand. They tell stories, and they do it in a release this sinked amount of time, and that's exactly how she runs her podcast. They haven't lasted longer than about thirty. I believe and one of her recent guests was judd appetito. Our APO I'm not sure how to say that, but he's the guy that brought us knocked up forty year old virgin. Why am I forgetting all these things? King a Staten Island is his new movie, but if you look up basically anything with Seth Rogan in it, it's hilarious. These movies are just about real life moments, even though they're extreme. Right there Russia. The extreme like getting a girl knocked up and then what to do moving forward. That's a real moment, but he brings humor to it and so Brunei interviews him, and she asked how humor helps us deal with grief and stress and 'cause. That's kind of her focus, so it's really interesting interview. And again her podcast is called unlocking us and I. Really Hope you check it out. All righty, so the less podcast will recommend is called. Where should we begin and it's with therapists Esther Peril Parral Esther Parral says sir. She counsels real couples. you hear the interview she does with them. You hear the reason why they're even at her. At her therapy office, wanting help, so it's actually really interesting it reminds me of all the other podcast where people right in with their real life experiences. What's happening except you hear it as it's happening, so they record the entire therapy session and then Esther Texas it step by step, and she breaks down like okay, not telling them advice, but it's like Seropyan roll time for she's asking and probing in getting the questions out and again it's just giving you that experience of realizing like how many people struggle with the same thing, and if it's not the same thing that you're struggling with to know that people are struggling and that esther will point out like this common or you know. Know this is a common way to get out of this situation, so it's full of great advice, and it's really Kinda strange to hear pupil in real time having therapy, but it's also Senate therapeutic for you because you're going through with them, so I really liked that one highly recommended for couples, so you feel like you're not alone, and it helps you reconnect lakes. You ask yourselves. Maybe the questions that the couple had asked themselves so I highly recommend that one, and that's it for my recommendations on relationship podcast. There are so many more I listened to, but basically wanted to give you guys some good ones that would help with intimacy and someone's. That'll just help you. Laugh and break break out. Out of like the stressful situations that you possibly be an regardless of whether or not, you're taking a road trip. But these were the ones that I love and I want to hear about the ones that you guys love so again. Reach out to us. Any of her social media's GonNa. BE GSM GMC. Underscore relationship, and we WANNA hear white podcast you listen to, because this is all community right? So of course you're listening ours, and we love that you are Oh, and by the way now that I mentioned it. Please make sure that you guys like subscribe and also write a review that really helps own when you share it to on facebook and twitter, you know I, Kinda I kinda look. 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Andrew Luck's retirement & the Chargers without Derwin James

NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

1:12:10 hr | 1 year ago

Andrew Luck's retirement & the Chargers without Derwin James

"People all over football america singing songs about your greatness and yet when i asked you this last year and plus you have that horseshoe on your head if you with the surname surname luck feel like you are a lucky guy. You said you'd never considered that before. Have you in the family. Put your heads together. Instead like our surname is luck. We should consider fortune fortune that you know. I think i it's funny because i try to use fortune. When i'm talking to us locking weird 'cause my last name name. Our dad always told us that you know. Luck goes both ways it could be bad or good so <hes> but i guess fortune verde damage schick football program available on apple podcast and at n._f._l. N._f._l. dot com slash now. Here's your host day. Andrew walk off into the sunset unsaid studio sixty six lit up with lights but also my burning enthusiasm for the arrival of pro football ball. It is here high in the low welcome to the dave damasec football program. I hope all is well wherever you are here in studio sixty six say we're ready to roll an emma presented as always buys axes the home of famous chicken fingers wings and salads. Go get you some of those. I keep saying it but this raging debate over over the last fortnight about the best chicken sandwich here there listen just ignore all that jive is that right over to gobert zach speed. I'll do that october nineteenth. When i'm in nashville to the chargers titans don't tell them dairy accenture. No doubt i don't know if that curry's any favor but i would mention the name of shaun evans because he and i workday drive through window in the nashville area around the draft of fry cook as well or now i worked all man did turn my all stations avenue. Retana evans was allowed though i go you know celebrity in the house damasec or whatever your name is a clean up some stuff and you smelled like that fragrance for two weeks. After didn't you love late anyway. All right football season is here andrew. Luck will not be a part behind each year nectar yeah. That's the sweet scent. They're listen. Spaghetti can tell you he can sing songs about zach's b.'s as well but instead andrew luck is retired so we'll keep it's about that add. We have much to us all the time but i do wanna ask a question because i have petro's yesterday on the radio show and he couldn't answer it. This is all because all popeye's did was tweet back. Y'all good like that's how this happened right. They posted we have a new sandwich can't speak in full and then like chick-fil-a bounced back with you know whatever chicken pickles bun equals love and then popeye's tweets back y'all good and got like two hundred thousand names walking talking about. I've never even heard about all. I can think about zach's b.'s. That's all i have. I have wing fingers in philly vote these years. I wouldn't even know what their best ast because they're not partaking these reindeer don't need to they're just making chicken sandwiches. I'm saying take the high road. All these people are arguing over what the best sandwiches when it's not because there's some tweets <hes> hey hey there. That's bronze-medal yeah zairo bronze axes giger bake bigger better menu so there's no need to worry about the other one's going too far now spaghetti. I like every menu item. I believe me. Let's no question it stayed in one sitting in the area. That was a little excessive that you had every menu item in one city because we're old salad because we are so old. That was actually a challenge when i was in high school. I think everybody probably had the huge that would try to pick your fan since i can't say their names of the restaurants it's the runs god forbid. She's well. How did you get <hes> there was a different category right shar- we had a friend chat who challenged us all and of course you know what i had my pocket. Maybe five bucks. He's like a check. You guys all gimme. Five bucks a pop dust everything everything on the taco bell menu tonight all right. Let's do this went to bell and i do recall his last item. E had to put down was the nacho bell john day and he wanted to and it was much like the great outdoors and the fat and gristle of the old ninety six or and he's like i don't get eat the sour cream and those nasty green things were like oh you gotta heat this hour cream and man for a guy that dusted burrito supremes teams in tacos and ensuring does in that little bowl of beans and cheese soon as he got there the pain and just the concern on his face. Oh off-putting those into his mouth. It was wonderful dusted it. I'm no stranger. I am that guy you were that i'm the of the friend you're the guy okay. Put it away. Yeah i can really really i can really i. I should be much better than i already. Am i famously. It's it's an old. It's an old carnival curric- this story a lot. I if you ever want to impress friends but it's not that hard to do tell me you can eat and the entire watermelon and our hour just all what it's all flavored pink water right you can you can throw that thing down but your friend will be amazed by it as the ryan taste. Is that a little hard to chew uh-huh. I see one of these fish that day. You still got quite if it's a cream count sodas derived over there. Ah i eaten. I participated in a wing eating contest when i was in college the first round so so you actually have to do your up to beat now. Now you gotta you gotta raise your game. The deeper you get into the playoffs first round the drill was yet eat fifty wings in fifteen minutes and i barely was able to fourteen minutes and forty seconds. It took me to complete the fifth almost didn't qualify for the tournament. Jamie game me <hes> the right to participate in the next round then it was rammed wings round set the following week seventy wings in twenty minutes. It's like <hes>. I don't know who you know who raises their game in the postseason. Tom brady. I guess julian edelman damasec polish the seventy the more quickly than fifty then the next round was as many wings as you could eat in a half an hour and when i showed up for that and i looked at my competition i realized i had no chance so i so i took my time. I enjoyed a basket a wings and then i and then i threw in the towel. How big were the dudes. They were just massive land. They were built for this life. There reminds me of my friend william the refrigerator perry who told me that he during his career it was invited to join in a hot dog eating contest and was paid a a large amount of money even for those princely sum to participate eight five hotdogs and said i'm full now. Thanks and they were like wait. This is a contest. He was like no no. I'm fine good. I got paid two hundred and fifty thousand dollars or something to eat five high. I mean i think as as i've said many times before and then we will get into the great game of football but i said it that when you show up at the hot dog or any other eating competition the move if you really want to intimidate your foes. Is you order a side of fries. Shake a milk shake. Yeah you just say like i'm here for the open. That's right. I'm not a remorse machine like you but i will vanquish you. It's like you know john henry johnson like i don't need that move say they can fries yeah imagine being that guy kobayashi and the great guy who dipped joey chestnut chestnut. Imagine what you like single letter. Scott shake can get some gravy avion those fries. That's a move that their heads would imagine if you order the fries and it comes with ketchup and you're like. I'll take some mayonnaise as well. That's it and so some people would leave the table all right listen this time i was just thinking about the fact that i can't really i the thing i've said all through this off season is how how hard one of the things i've repeated is how hard it is to identify which teams are definitely not going to the playoffs. We are fully into it now. If you missed the last step aside handsome hank revealed no fewer than what seven you did or i did nine getty did thirteen teams money thirteen gene teams that are definitely not going to the playoffs. I think spaghetti really teen. That's i mean every year. We have a worse too. I if he could get hit hit even double digits handsome. You know listen. I don't mean to diminish him but he took he went shocked. He took all last year's last place teams but this is what i as i explained at the time time opener for you and then you will like oh. I've got a big one here. I already mentioned it. I know i know but i went <hes> jacksonville jaguars lars but now andrew luck is retired so let's jump in on that right now andrew lock first of all handsome. You have a little bit of history with him. The thing that strikes asked me about it is and not to get up. I'm out pious because there's so many people running up to malpractice over the seventy two hours or so since they andrew luck news broke that he's retiring first of all it is absolutely his right to retire whenever he wants if he doesn't want to play for whatever reason that is his right the reaction though before we even talk about the football implications that this is another opportunity to for people to to prove to themselves if no one else that they are better than their fellow human beings by sending up to mount pious and condemning fans how dare air fans blew andrew luck. Don't they know these these rubes these dummies these these people who lack any sense of empathy andrew luck is a hero for all. Don't you know he peed blood. Let me tell you one. I'll go one step further than everybody up. I'm out pies. I say andrew luck does was in half to have suffered some minimum standard of of physical injury. He can retire for any reason he wants. If he wants to become a yahtzee <hes> yahtzee competitive player popular. We're up more and eating competition. He can retire for that reason too that the thing that everybody is citing is don't those people know what he laid on the line don't they they heard the stories shame on those people good for you yeah and by the way that the players are getting getting in on it too big names aaron rodgers. I saw david decastro who played with luck at stanford now a high offense of lima for the steelers of course. I said they treat us like we're circus animals. I mean i you know. How much am i supposed to weep over that treatment. Yeah that's part of the gig man. You're like daniel day-lewis complaining complaining. I only got into the into the movie making for the craft of acting then just oh go go to stage go to the that's exactly really right just go and find some london haunt and do <hes> stage productions for eighty people who shop to see you you wanna be a part of the big states and that's part of the thing and the idea that fame shouldn't do this straw man argument. That's been laid out that like hey let me just tell you something. It's in fact mean-spirited tabu. Other people like yeah everybody agrees with that. Also that's part of the deal if you are in the pro football in the pro sports in our society in the twenty-first century people. We'll pay money to go there. Yeah it's to me. It's a little strange that grownups where the jerseys of other grownups with the names on the back and everything else but ed hey players hey leagues. That's what you want to have happen if the fan stop caring if they are passionate about the whole thing implodes pay. I don't know why i feel like i have to stand up for the fans but that food chain that i always talk about gm's and coaches get up and condescend to the media bill belichick probably the best of doing that then and the media turned around fans. You don't get what's really going on you. You can't understand that and the fans are these dopes who just have to take it and only genuflect to the players. I it makes me crazy that this is the place that worrying and there's a lack of recognition of until they need fans and they need the support ford. We're going through a hard time when the lakers pulled that jazz a couple years ago hey lakers fans. You were with us for the good times. You better stick with us for the bat. Why why why do i have to do that when you condescend. Constantly i find that is what stood out to me above everything else about the retirement of this. It's okay for people to be disappointed in fans or doing it jim for seeing how dare you that's fine. I get that but i'm with you as well. You want to boom boom. You're grownup <hes> what i do it. No you know the guy clearly is football is unlike any other sport it just. Is you know if you you you walk away when you're done when you're done you. This is not something you want to do if you're not into it and you don't need the money. It's a nasty sportman. It beats the living hell out of you and unless issue are one hundred percent committed to doing it. Get the hell out. We were colts. Play was it voluntary. Davis was still on the coast. He retired midway through a game like i did the game. Amy didn't think it was the charger bills game. He laughed at and that was the been that was the big dan dockage who took a ton of incoming for saying wait a minute. I do a radio show here. Volunteer davis was cold. He walks out at halftime and i got people calling me nonstop saying what a bomb you quit on your teammates. How can you do do this. How dare you and now all of a sudden. You've got an opinion that i don't like what injured date here before the season right before the cheese and everybody thinks this team win the super bowl and he walks <music> out and i say i don't like it and everybody says i can't do a radio show in indie anymore. I understand what he's just pick a lane. My lane is and it's in not ah again. I'm not trying to climb up on alpi. I am simply saying my lane has always been the more people in the world that are happy the better for all of us so if andrew lock is more happy because he's not playing football anymore and volunteered davis then by all means more power to them because they don't need to make me happy and they don't need to make you happy that they're going to be fine you you know and when they're fine you're fine and that's the way i figure it with andrew luck. He wasn't going to be doing colts fans any favors if he comes back and sits on a training table and sits through rehab because he's frustrated with that calf and he doesn't like it and that's an it's not like i see it any more than other people do because i work with a team now and i have access to these training rooms rooms and planes and guys icing up after games and see what they look like you know when we're flying across the country to go back home but i get it. I sure as hell wouldn't do it. That is not naughty profession. I have any interest in ever taking part in because of the sacrifices. You have to make so if you don't wanna do it anymore. I hear you. The only reason money wouldn't n._b._a. N._f._l. Player and that's it thirty five foot ten a hundred exist though some sense of nuance and the difference between andrew luck and other guys and listen if you i mean chris borland wasn't filthy rich. I don't imagine when like when he hung it up. Upi didn't wanna do it so i don't necessarily consider this some canary in the coal mine anymore than barry sanders or calvin johnson or gale sayers obviously different circumstance stance there but this has happened in in football before yes. It is in fact as our friend marie. We'll tell you all the time. Hey it's live out there now right there. Keep your head. Donna swivel now like it's dangerous on that field is not some. It's a game but it's not it's not a game out there. You better not just be out there lolly gagging. He'll remind you of that. Obviously i think quid androids because people think that team could win the super bowl their life and how could he walk fan. That's what are we also. If you look at how that timeline unfolded took everyone by surprise price right well as soon as we saw that that i think you're getting to what is another element. <hes> vexes me so much fans did not have any other context right so we had it was announced and it clearly wasn't on the time line. The andrew luck was expecting it to be announced so then he's talking to his teammates on the sideline. He's on the sideline of preseason in game and in that moment the fans like what that guy down there retired then we have a press conference way he does clarify a lot of his thoughts and which again was looks like it was planned at the last second half time of the game that was after the game. Suddenly we have a press conference way where he talks about it where the people who then chiding the fans booing obviously had a lot more context to thinking he was doing it those fans in that one moment where like wait what what just happened. He's standing there. Were thinking team could go to the super bowl again. I don't necessarily condone what how they express themselves but at the same time it's completely understandable mandible that you'd be like my reaction to this center at a preseason game being pops in it might might be to do not like it was a universal blue right. That's exactly right good for lindsey roads. It wasn't simpson at the orange. Bowl wasn't ashley simpson. The orange bowl is what i'm saying all right. That's right these people. I mean the irony that these people that the football world is so empathetic about andrew luck but they can't put themselves was in the shoes of those fans standing there like wait what where i'm looking at social media while i'm watching the colts and wait andrew luck down on the sidelines and wait he retired. What is that real. I know i sitting on my couch. Check check social media repeatedly to confirm. This is a pair of this. I mean this is how about andrew lock is yes retire hire two weeks before it was pretty great for i worked with d._j. We do the chargers broadcast and we were at the game but the game was kicking off for an hour so we're down on the field old and it was fun. I mean i feel bad saying that but i think that's the right where it was fun to watch. Just the way this weird audio wave make its way from the stands down on the where there's no phones on the field for these players to the coaches and the media folks have had their phones and you can just see people talking reactions and then as it trickles onto the field to the players players who are warming up and just to see the chargers first week opponents the colts so not only was it making its way onto the field to members of this fraternity turn it. This national football league fraternity couldn't believe one of the best players in the league was going to call it quits you know seven years in with a shot at the super bowl but wait a minute this team. We play in week one and a guy that probably has you know m._v._p. Aspirations in a super bowls in there. That's that's pretty interesting and it was and i will say there were some reactions that were negative like man and cool. You can't be doing that and there were others that were like totally. Get it get it. It's so in in that's i'm talking about players. Dot people players to see the difference in the reactions that are a hundred and eighty once. Everybody has a night to meditate on. I didn't realize that if this is about some existential thing that andrew lucked physically can't make it happen anymore or he's lost passion all that stuff but to your point about different players getting different reactions as i said over the weekend when this came down and got a fair amount of pushback on it is is what if cam newton did this is at the same reaction of course it is not and by the way that guy has put his body through basically the exact same toll that that andrew andrew luck has if cam newton did this there would not be think so see i. I don't agree with that. You think people would be like cam newton the way i think because of the way the season ended last year when he could not throw a foot there. He's he's hobbling now yeah. I think it'd be very similar that you'd have that split. The people say quit on his team. I think but i feel like it's ninety tally. I feel like the media and the football community has reacted that is a a- as though shame the devil that you would say boo about andrew luck which i agree you shouldn't blew him but given the circumstance that those people like we say are are probably in their cups and their whip. They're pows in their way why we're here to watch his team and by the way we've bought season tickets and i wear the number twelve on my back. I don't as i tweeted back. Lindsay rhodes who spoke up and said give these fans break. They don't know what the circumstances on saturday night so the same thing that that i i don't i think they were booing outright. I think a lot of them at least were bemused ing guy. They were like what andrew don't do it. I think that's what they were actually actually doing and stuff about. Somebody slashed his tires. I don't know if in fact that's true. I mean listen. Obviously that's absurd. It's a felony yes. You're not a hero for pointing out called that that sort of behaviour is inappropriate. Yeah it's bogus but okay be people who've accused me of race baiting because i invoked the name cam newton. That's on you i i didn't. I didn't say it had anything to do with that. Polarizing quarter. There's a narrative about cam newton that disagrees with andrew that isn't the same as andrew luck and by the way which is ironic because there she similar they're very sit up their their trajectory and by the way they andrew also would have been out of carolina and he come out not not tried to chase a national title might still be playing by the way because he wouldn't have been behind that garbage offensive line at rick's and put together. That's exactly right he would have gone to carolina. Cam would have gone to the denver. Bronco's peyton manning wouldn't have gone to the denver broncos. He would have gone to seattle. Maybe home to tennessee. Maybe the colts would have kept him fascinating stuff or they get r._g. Three at the top top of the next year's draft and who knows where r._g. Three is that's why what if is fun but what if instead of cam newton what of ben rothlisberger did this would that be the reaction. How about another one aaron rodgers a little a little dodgier not as not as loveable on faces andrew lock armour among hey good hit good hitman days opponents. I like throwing playing catch with t._y. And that's cool like those guys who are. I think that we're in. I think we're in this time where people are are a little more compassionate and understanding than than even five years ago. I think those guys. I really do i think because i think the reasons would be the same right. I you know this is a tough game where i get injured a lot and mentally and physically. I've just decided this is too much to do and i think everyone who if if you can if that's the context for it then people would be able to would would sympathize with it. I would take a moment where ricky williams retired whatever that is twelve years years ago now in about the same moment in the preseason and although he didn't express it obviously as eloquently as andrew luck was able to in his press conference essentially essentially for the same reason he was didn't like playing football anymore wasn't enjoying it part of that show was due to injuries part of it was because he wasn't accepted by his team or the way that wasn't there. The marijuana i wanna narrative game came out right but actually it's the same idea man my mental wellbeing is more important to me than playing football and he decided that that was the way that he wanted to go off but you look at the reaction to that that was a hundred percent. Two people will like ricky williams throwing it away. Williams let down his team team. Whatever we just in a different era now part of it comes down in the money because the money because of course the people up on mount pious about whom delivering so mild scorn of course are not are not just doing this in a vacuum like anybody like i say andrew luck by their measure did it the right way and he paid a a acceptable level of a sacrifice to make it okay. It's ricky williams wanting to do it because whatever ever reason he wanted to do was not okay davis leaving at halftime whatever you know what i i think that's the extreme example like hey you're. You're not going to go out there for thirty more minutes with your guys and then call it a career after that me you just wait the extra pit again. I'm like whatever why go out there and take thirty more minutes hits. If you are are not into it. It's dan the i'll tell you this there is there is an interesting and it's not something that's in the media. At least i don't think it is but because i was at a game and because because i've called so many of their games i've heard regularly and because we do the draft the number one inside football conversation about it. There's there's there's a very you know it's polarizing and there are two camps and it's the stanford guy de guy with a very bright guy. Multiple interest doesn't need football and you hear it. Every year on the chargers drafted a guy that slipped and probably fell down some boards because of jerry tillery who's a bright guy from notre dame a worldly guy a scholar and there are people that let's say he's got an injured shoulder. I those are not guys that i want on my team is at right now but it exists in the stanford community hates it. It drives them nuts and i know for a fact because every solomon thomas last year you know you go with jonathan. Martin and i know these are for example and it's not fair to david shaw for listening right now. He'd want to reach through his speaker. Just choke the life out of me because i know how crazy it drives him because it's a very physical football all team of all the teams in the pac twelve. Maybe utah's a little more physical but it's pretty much stanford is gonna. You're gonna get the crap kicked out of you when you play them while some of these these other teams the fact that u._s._c. is now lying it up spreading it out instead of beating the hell out of us an embarrassment that stanford is that physical team but i know that's why it drives them crazy but man dan you wanna talk about a specific moment that is going to push that conversation for those people that totally believe in it and they'll be like you see. That's what i'm talking about right there. I invest in number one pick and a hundred and fifty million bucks and this guy is smart is worldly and when you realize you needed anymore. You're gone and i can't afford to do that. It's and that's gonna happen because of this one instance. We don't even have to look that far right his dad. All of luck played five years in the n._f._l. Retired to go and become a lawyer that was that was his goal wasn't to play. He could've played in the n._f._l. For long he was a backup quarterback on the houston oilers and really played a little bit was considered. I think a a good backup quarterback in the league and back in those days especially those guys could have ten twelve year career is quite easily. He said no. My goal is not to play football forever roy. I have a different cooling and while but the other side of that coin is then and i'm completely with you. I think you interrupted money. He was about to declare the christian christian. Mccaffrey is gonna retire next week. That makes sense. He's got the old man who played in the n._f._l. So he probably doesn't need it as much as other. This is the money so great now that you can do it you can you can have made their. I think there are plenty of twenty eight year old guys in the n._f._l. Right now yeah i mean i could. I could give it up but i can't do it because i still need that right but but i mean if you're a number one not not even number one overall if you're let's say if you're a top fifteen pick and i think there are and if there are those concerns. It's like okay by the time on this guy's done on his rookie deal. If i pick up his fifth year option he's going to have pocketed thirty five million bucks or twenty eight whatever it is when you're in that top ten you're talking about probably somewhere if they pick up your fifth year between thirty five and fifty million bucks is he gonna stick around or because he was premed and ultimately lee says he wants to run his own emergency room and travel the world and build facilities to help out those like really. I think that's that's the concern cernan that i think i don't subscribe to it. I think it is an individual. It is one hundred percent individually based not institutionally if i may stand up again for the fans a little bit so that's exactly right. People don't like the feeling people there is a there is a sunset sunset some sense of embarrassment. I imagined to be a grownup and feel completely invested and financially to save your season ticket holder. If you have a satellite package if you wear the the merge and you buy it for your family and it's a reason that you gather with your family around the t._v. Every week and it's a point of connection for you with those people that you feel a little bit like the rug got pulled out from under you that like oh he doesn't care about it is my he's not living and dying it. I'm just a fan and he's a player and i've idolized is tim and i started rooting for him. When i was a senior in high school and now amount and now i feel silly. I feel a little bit embarrassed. I absolutely can get the psychology of the fan for that and i think it's i think football players again not canarian the coal mine that this is going to be a new era for football ball in the relationship with football players and media and the fans but you know but you tread lightly their median fan and players. You really want to shame shame people for caring too much are go ahead. Say see what happens. When you become horse race and remember luck turned on the number one pick i mean he went back to school tool where he took a beating. I mean he he is not a guy that was just kind of dinkins dunkin his spread offense i mean he was taking a beating and he decided i'm gonna. I'm gonna go back and i'm going to get my a degree for another year. I know i know i could be the number. One pick of fifty million bucks guaranteed him up but i'm going back so you already knew that he was a different kind of guy but for for all the praise of how smart he is how smart is a guy who thinks that a pac ten team was going to be put into the final four over to s._e._c. Teams silly silly look they they would have ever done that. Come out. Put you in the title game this year. This is not what's not this year when he went back right. There were only to just to head to head t stanford or oklahoma. State should have been brandon weeden. He's also out of the n._f._l. All craft what the one thing i'll say is and i wanna here from handsome who knows andrew lucked. The one that i think is going to happen now even before this <hes> but this will add to it last year khalil mack. I mean you so you can go through it. Dwayne brown got traded. I can't do this off the top of my head but adrian peterson. I looked up all the big name guys who moved teams right before the kickoff or even during the season in the last two years sam bradford yeah. Wow yeah that's there. I mean he was a starting quarterback quarterback. Jacoby perset was traded friday exactly jacoby just before the season to learn culture being a different spot than they're in right now and probably panicking quite a bit more than that they would be but i mean we got trades coming. I mean by the time you're listening. I wouldn't be surprised if it was like oh yeah you guys are talking about that and the davey and cloudy news was breaking trent. Williams williams is probably going to move shady mccoy. Maybe get to dropped or maybe the bills are trying to send him down or frank. Gore down to houston that would make some sense you can see a lot of these big name guys moving around and then the backup guy who looked good relatively young one of those two quarterbacks that are backing up rothlisberger pittsburgh is very likely to get moved via trade rather than cut. I do think the way the n._f._l.'s restructured that the cuts process so that doesn't happen over two weekends but just happens all at once kind of encourages those types of trade as well because i think they're guys that would otherwise have been cut by now that teams might say okay. I'll bring them in for a week just to see if they worked for me but because you don't gather opportunity i think teams are more likely glutamate. What handsome yes. I think it's great. It's been one thing that the n._f._l. Hasn't had over the other leagues but now in these last few years we're seeing some juicy trades rage right before the thing and swing things could conceivably obviously khalil mack swung the andrew romantically with with last year's move j._v. and cloudy is convinced the rumor that as soon as he signs that tender he's gone you know and it's it'll be interesting. You know i've heard seattle is being mentioned in that one. The eagles is being mentioned so because the thing is you can't sign them do an extension. That's what makes that one different than the the khalil. Mack is agreed to the extension and you're going to give up all these draft picks and assets in order to get him in can't do that with cloudy hill have picked up that tender. It's a one year deal. He goes into free agency the next year regardless artless so i'll be anxious to see that's going to be a bigger market just because you're not gonna get two ones like they got for mac because of the way this now. I agree yeah right i i. I think that's right but what what i think would be fun. Little full circle would be dwayne. Brown comes back to houston. The reason he laughed was discord with ownership ship and you a couple years later it lines up that could kind of make sense if they sent cloudy up to seattle handsome andrew luck is he's a he's a friend of yours to a friend of mine andrew lock oliver luck oliver. Luck was my first boss with the n._f._l. So i worked for the n._f._l. N._f._l. europe and and all of luck was the equivalent of the commission of the president n._f._l. Europe so i worked with him in london from nineteen thousand nine hundred ninety six i think was was when i first uh-huh him back. Then living in london was andrew luck and you know relatively frequently. He backed up in the n._f._l. In yes she manning manning archie manning funny he was also the leading pasta in west virginia history and then the guy that that overtook him was jeff was applicable. Darren stud still who played quarterback major harris then went over well. No oh yeah it wasn't major harris then went over and played safety and wind up in n._f._l. Europe spending time with all the luck and darren stud still and all was like yeah but you're not the quarterback back. I was obviously you're playing safety which was funny anyway but yeah andrew used to come in the office age seven or eight years old and i definitely played catch with him in the office he was he was into soccer. That's all he was into when he anyway so he's stayed in touch with the u. K. i think the moment that really resonates with me is at the draft in two thousand twelve. I had previously also in the u._k. What would the daughter of gemma say casey and the whole bumped into her like in the backstage. Adjust the radio city music hall the whole family with our. I remember being squeezed into an having talk to them squeezed into an elevator with them and they're about to go down to the is the player lounge to oversee. It was a foregone conclusion who they were picking and just like they were. They were made up that they had their guy for the next twelve. Fifteen seasons tends to be that quarterback who is going to lead them to multiple super bowls and everything else and as we all set at the time they really fell into had peyton manning and then they went had ridiculous niculae luck andrew luck and just kind of reflecting on how they would have been feeling now versus necessarily feel sorry for them at this point but but you know it is it's crazy to i think that didn't last as long as i mean and also the one i always throw out. There is <hes> imagine if you were a packers fan you went from star. Then mcculskey and lynn dickey were all right. Guys is a pretty big gap but yeah i know but but then you go brett farve into aaron rodgers now twenty seven years twenty eight years in a row oh the colts fans went peyton and lock while though i guess that one year they didn't really do that but yeah it was it was curtis. Pay this painting was i think one of the anything short and yet three and yet three lombardi's between the packers and colts over the last twenty seven years or so. That's weird but anyway all right. What spaghetti are you taking a nap. There was too much on the andrew luck. Even notes actually given notes all over my page did anyone anyone get traded while we were talking anything. We've missed now with twitter. Mostly just walk any spaghetti back. There's wearing a l. Wade boggs tampa bay. Devil rays gers yeah interesting yeah. It's an interesting selection. I was gonna grab it yankees one today but i didn't want to rub it then the dodgers. Fan's faces no problem with that. I grabbed. This was an whenever i'm wearing in jersey. You could indicate that a guy dressed very early in the morning. I just didn't feel like putting effort into it. So if if i may if i may you may how about this yankee fans yeah. We know there's there's a lot of new yorkers that now live in l._a. You and why you live here because you like it more than new york. That's why you live here. You're not going back there because it's better here than it is at home. That's what you've determined should don't show up dodger stadium. When you're stupid ass jersey puffing your chest outgoing guess who's area. Guess who's taken over dodger stadium this weekend. You're bombs. You don't know you don't know baseball you idiots. That was the yankees. It's sad burglar you. Do you guys nuts why they let brooklyn. Whatever whatever bunch of shut up you wanna wear your jersey and you wanna watch the game great enjoy yourself i am all for it have a great time. It's an awesome ballpark. Mark and the team is playing great. It's a potential words. World series preview what i don't need is and this we did the show from dodger stadium on friday and i am driving up cesar chavez to get there and it just set the tone for the next three hours of my life. Where there's this this guy that looks like the best way i i can describe him as you remember big pussy from the sopranos. That's what he looks like and he's got this. This t shirt jersey on right guys probably fifty years old and and he's got a d._v._d. Gregorious he's got the name gregorios on the back of his and he's walking through a green light. It's like two o'clock in the afternoon so a lot of the financial l. Houses are getting let out of work. The streets packed. It's rush hour. It's a green light. You don't wanna get stuck at these lights. You wanna get home and traffic stinks and he's got this thing the whole pursed. I lip donald trump thing. It's a new york thing those walk around look this with their lips parched right and so this guy is walking for the middle of the street in a green light in a six lane and he's got his big oria shirt on and this car honks at him and he looks at the garden he goes relax already. We're going to the game. Wait a minute one. No you relax and wait for the freaking light to change to really you're going to the game fat guy with a gregoria shirt on thanks for the freaking update appreciate that and it was that guy multiply. There were probably realized that guy was eddie spaghetti. It might as well i wish. I wish it was friday. I would've loved to see the show a lot. I came. I want the saturday show where we're a game where they lost unfortunately but i had a great time. They're he just non. I don't know if you watched sunday night baseball but it was that that dude from the t._v. Who is in the front row. John turturro's brother exactly to triay right and he hey e._s._p._n. How about harumi yankee fan on in a single every single aroldis chapman pitch and he's pounding in his chest cookies keys sit down sit down l. a. The reason i resent new yorkers is because l._a. Has this weird national. I think that probably is the only reason ultimately why l. a. Real estate isn't even more expensive is that new yorkers define american in my opinion. I think the country would acknowledge and so new yorkers would never live anywhere outside of new york. There's no real over leave. The five boroughs basic industry so then they'll move to los angeles and then be cut not because l. a. stinks anyway. It's just that it's not new york. Then people people cast aspersions on delight is weird out here and everybody's rigged by that is nobody says heidi on the streets to say the light is phony the out here that the for real i've had that conversation with light as with directors who were from new york like i mean i know the gold now is great but the light is weird. It's unnatural. There's no change in fact it's not you can play me about the weather is nice but the everybody's a phoney so everybody in the nation. Thanks wchs al as a bunch of <hes> but the real mayor. I don't know what people think but yeah so the the new yorkers have cast los angeles on necessarily grim lights ah yet they chose to live here for twenty five years now following. You've been here how long i've been thirty years. You're still talk like that really can't beat the weather the able to shake the accent. What can i say. I'll tell you what i what you can say you can sound like me because i was able to shake my accent and six seven years every we now and then every now and then it'll show up but i don't sound like days and i'd like hey. Maybe you guys if you all could weigh in on this is well. You've all been a new york enough. Maybe it was just the fans at the game are new yorkers the worst dressed by far. I noticed blew. Ooh me down how what they're fat. They have terrible fashion sense. These people they all wear like jerry seinfeld bright white sneakers person with jeans and yes precisely what the hell is this a yankees and it's gonna be great now now how i have to step in direct assault on spaghetti and that just like that i mean i don't put effort into gives you didn't notice spaghetti's a grown man mind the glasgow he's sitting there with words away jersey and tight fitting jeans durant described described sorry no. I'm not offended in the least because like i know it's a really blew me away just seeing a mass of people over the two hours of them just pouring into dodger stadium doc. These people don't address terrible felt at home. I actually weirdly sat next to a kid from staten island who lived in tucson may the drive and it was just we had a nice little it but the the dodger fans to their credit. They were super like hey. I was a great game. We're like high fiving and stuff like we enjoyed it. I mean it's fine to we'll take two or three. They listen. I mean we should have we should anyway. Glacier was more than halfway. You can't call timeout but that's a different. That's different podcast. Let's get through some quick subjects. How much more time do we have here spaghetti any money to get out soon. We were about forty two minutes. Deep is that it okay good a little bit too bad all right. You know what handsome dealer's choice you go. What what what football related items down some things here. Let's read them out so let retirement. We've definitely come okay bruce it you. You know what that's a fine subject a._f._c. South who's going to win it. Is there another team in contention. Is there another team that gets a wild card spot or i already. I already told you either the jags. Won't i know but doesn't it isn't it disrupted by this andrew luck news if they get two more wins against the colts that maybe two more loss but i don't know that i don't know that i i mean obviously andrew luck important play but does that equal two more wins for the jags i would fall can't figure out the like i can't figure the kobe percent people the people who think well either way. I think it's more like oh yeah. The guy only won four games over the course of a season but that team's terrible yeah. This is a totally different. They didn't really have a defense and they definitely didn't have that old line now. They've got the line and they've got a young improving in deep but then i see on the flip side of that one of the greatest quarterbacks we've ever seen play the game football sort of being like oh. You know what percent guy by that but it seconds say look. Here's the comp is though is that where was frank reich before here arrived in indianapolis and who did he have success with nick foles. I could definitely currently see that transition. It's not like i'm sure right to some degrees is broad enough yeah now. Can they get it doesn't mean and jacoby percents gonna make the same in game decisions and see the field in the same manner. The nick foles does but at least there's some track record okay. You're not as good as our number one going into the season but we can get by with you and by the way the colts are structured another point. We've made all through the off season the entire a._f._c. south is predicated on defense. All all four of those teams have great defenses and now. I wonder if the culture probably behind the scenes like shady mccoy splash here but i wonder if they're kind of thinking like hey bill you wanna throw frank bag back our way because what they lack is a bangor marlin max a playmaker and t. y. Hilton is as well. I wonder if there's some some ability to to to make something like that happen because that's now watch out. Andrew luck can't save you in the fourth quarter at this point. That's what what he would do. He would cover up. I mean in line with like you always talk about phil river disguising the quality of the overall offense. I think you could say that about russell. Wilson rothlisburger burger aaron rodgers the usual suspects but i think that they're not going to have that luxury look provided but luck also was. I gonna say something negative live about day. Andrew lucked football and soldier. I might get beaten up by in the next forty eight hours for saying boo about andrew luck heathrow fairmount interceptions and <hes> <hes> bad decisions based on that. Maybe jacoby percent is an upgrade now regard but the money's why we don't know we'll have to wait and see. Let's see <hes> september ace out here in l._a. But if everybody has the same thing then what is different about these teams and it's who has the most play makers on offense the jags if you buy it leonard fournette can make it a full season behind what's a decent offensive line if he can just bang effort for for in the second half of games and that was what they were supposed to be two years ago and what they wanted to be last year. Maybe that's the difference but then on the other hand. I still come back to the texans. I think i think the texans their defense isn't going to be as good but i do and i know they don't have lamar miller now but you know the receivers plush shawn watson to me. That's the difference in the the division. They have the best quarterback in the best. They've got to pass rusher because it receives. They got the best price russia. They best receiver best quarterback best pass rusher. It's it's sad to see him. Go out but i'm not sure that i think johnson i think do johnson. I think they'll sign j._j. This week as well do you do. Can you talk with the englishman a yeah. I mean i don't have any right yep. Hello henry. I was just speaking of you with all of that's that's ex-. That's exactly talk to your call. You blew a call in. What's the latest j. j. new american history better than you did that was embarrassing but also not surprising he lived lived in america. We ask educa- nj gye a couple of years ago. We did a little u._s. History quiz and we said who was the first president of the united states j._j. Correctly directly said george washington abraham lincoln. That's right was linked abraham lincoln. I would've put you on a giant catapult with an an american flag you back over to for that. Tell you what i would not go that flag soon i could money. Let's so what's your pick for the division texans yeah. Do you think that you'll pick before now. Colts coach would gulch was my pick before i am tempted to consider themselves sexy for saying i'm going to stick with the colts because i by gobi percent when it's just a complete crap shoot i do but i do think that defense is maybe the best in the in the a._f._c. You'll lines definitely the best in the a._f._c. That's for sure <hes> <hes> defense is really good. See south. I mean that'll what while the because it's it's up there man asian awesome offensive offensive line yeah and while the transition that takes us to your team the <hes> the l._a. Chargers and a week ago spaghetti and i went over to chargers camp had a great time talking to go back and listen to it in fact because they were all delightful guys in their own ways. Joey bosa and mike williams and jerry tillery had fun kibitzing with all those guys and we're talking about. Is this the year finally that the football gods take their thumb off you guys and let somebody else have it and the endure when james goes down how significant again i in my book derwin james right now one of the five best defensive players in the n._f._l. Because of his versatility which is what the twenty first century is all about and defenses how oh you can trick up offense as a little bit move agai around there when james is obviously great at that as money told us he would be a year ago in fact you said look at this kid and camp if they are doing everything that human being can do with this guy so he's out the defense still though pretty good while i i think the difference is you know last year. When boza rosa was out to start the season everybody said okay. Can you go five hundred. Maybe even if you go a game under five hundred you know you can make that push and get a wild card and they went seven and two without him <hes> <hes> to me the way he looks the way he's moving a full offseason of not being injured and i just i think he is going to wreck wreck the n._f._l. I just do i think he's gonna come back and now when you pair that with with melvin ingram on the other side i'm i've been super impressed with you. Sat down on with three outliers physically like when you see joey bosa. There aren't people built like that. He's that same with mike williams. You're like wait a minute that guy. He told us i did he. He learned that fast. The only bosa lifts that's part is so big he told us at mike williams who i think's gonna have a huge year at the receiver and then you you saw jerry tillery who is just a massive in super athletic human being now on the inside so now you have bosa ingram and tillery is now on the inside of of that. What i'm getting at is that can that can help you overcome for anything. That's behind in the seven. You have that much dominance on that front line. You can help compensate. It's still still gonna affect them. They do have a pretty good guide to plug in and adrian phillips. Someone who played safety and linebacker in college played safety and linebacker for the chargers last year was an all pro as a special teamer because he's just that good at diagnosing football and recognizing where he needs to make a play. He's not derwin but i think it's it's. They're i think they're fortunate that they put him in the box and at least feel good that he can run with tight ends he can't or he can bang with tight ends he can run with slot lot receivers if need be and he can rush the passer so i think that helps but but for me the only way they overcome it is that that boasts one hundred percent and he ingram just roy hint at derwin james of the forecast at least that he could be back in december so week eleven i think is you plug him in an and their thriving than that would be scary prospect for the rest of the league but what about is melvin gordon potentially going to move. I have no idea about names aims talk about names that could be moved moves just because i don't think there's a market. There's no market form because no one wants to see if they know what he turned down. We're not giving up morten ads so there's just wouldn't make sense. I think the trump i think the tax liens or maybe the colombian look at someone called the charges and said we'll give you a one. They'd be like sure. Take them is yours. I i mean no one will not i wouldn't i mean within the colts have the money i know that the co they're not off the hook up andrew luck steel but they get at some relief for andrew lecture time and i i would guess if there were you know if they're what they did it before richardson offer. I mean if you're melvin gordon even if you're in the melvin gordon camp. What are you going to be like okay. I guess i'm i really am gonna just sit out the season. Didn't you just comes back like we talked about. I could now see them being incentive to say like hey. Is there something that i save face. I make a little bit more money and moved to to houston or for that but i don't think the market because i think at least i the teams. We'll see what shakes after the game but what if your call but what if you're the colts now you have people actually calling up and saying. I want my money back on my season tickets. Do you feel some obligation to try and look at what we did. We tried had to make something good out of your idea from going back there or shady mccoy. If he gets cut is more like they will. They'll look at what happens this weekend with players getting cut before them decide to make a trade for mauve and gooden if there if there's someone that you can replace them with and you look at the character of the front office and that just doesn't seem like a chris ballard move to trade eight a high because i think for the chargers. It's you know they feel like they can win. A super bowl this year so they're not interested in future assets to rebuild that they got a thirty. He's seven year old quarterback and his fourteenth season you know a. D. line that they feel is is arguably the best in football. Let's go in a super bowl and melvin gonna recognize. I gotta come back. I have no choice here fun. I'm having fun. Would i would say hey send us. You know what send us justin houston. Go we'll give you we'll give you melvin gordon. You send us justin houston. That would be an interesting piece to drop into the chart yeah now. Why for them yeah i mean. I guess that's interesting. I think for them. They're they're pretty stacked. That's the thing about their rostrum unless it like they look if the if the dolphins called and said hey we'll give you tunsil for gordon and a one tatum will take the left tackle. I mean that's the only thing because that's what's interesting about the n._f._l. Now and you kind of talked about with the quarterback position that are are we at at quarterback saturation the there's only one position really laughed where you have just a third of talent and it's all lying. It's tackles nichols's. There are no i mean there are so few dominant left tackles in this league and i think that's where you know. That's that's why i think the texans sins look at it and go. Hey if you want to send us a left tackle will send you cloudy need number one overall pick take him but we need attack because there aren't any i mean that's why the stuff with the dolphins opens and denzel's like you crazy though generate net guy trading. There's no way they're trading because it's impossible to find another again. I i know p._r. To their detriment german is too often not at all on the radar. It's it's like that serious football guy. That's not how you build. A team is listening to the fans but if you're up in washington in d._c. And everybody's buzzing about america's team and about carson wentz is return and saquon. Don't you kinda as you see ticket sales and you see see the crowd and the lack of enthusiasm in our nation's capital wouldn't you at least be able to say like all right houston treat williams as yours give us cloudy and then we have love this insane pass rush that we're going to throw at you with that montas so ad and care again and now you through clowney into that it'd be like man. What did they aches. It's too much. I don't know why that has. I would disagree and say it's so much harder to find trent williams again. He's young. He's thirty one like it's like very clear. He's not playing right. I mean i think that's what you have to figure out. It's like you've got to figure get out there and figure out how to get that guy back. 'cause we got this pocket passer. Who's got an awesome arm. That's going to be starting four by week four. We gotta protect them trent out but it's funny though again. If you're the tax just now take a lay of the land and andrew luck being <music> out. I'm sure bill o'brien didn't shed tears when he heard the news imagine now people are kinda like the shadow watson's really good. He's a he's all oh new. Coppins is hard to stop. It catches everything. I don't think there's a lot of fear in foxborough or or in carson california or arrowhead stadium a._d._m. Right now what the texans ultimately do if you fix that though and you and you put trent williams <unk> agree dealing a second yeah