19 Episode results for "Shoshu"
"Hello and welcome to my podcast. The meiji restoration china contrast this is episode three baku matsu In the last episode i covered the latter half of the period. Up to the middle of the buckle matz and that is described as the period of time generally from commodore perry's arrival to the fall of the tokugawa shogunate. Roughly fifteen years we learned about the hierarchy inversion the loss of samurai status and the advance of the merchant class in this episode. I want to spend a lot more time. Talking about the buckle matsu period and finally finished the era close it out for good. I also want to provide some analysis and comparison comparisons with the manchu dynasty and china next episode. I can start fresh with the meiji era. I want to pick up our story sort of right. After commodore perry's arrival. I will not be overly redundant with information that i already spoke about. It was clear that perry's arrival upset. The order of things in japan the collapse of its isolation while not completely by surprise through japan in turmoil the show gun had entered into several treaties with foreign nations against the advice of the emperor for pro. Imperial anti shogun factions the foreign crisis in particular treaties. Were the last straw much of japan seed in discontent over the treaty humiliations. We already learned an episode to that. Radical samurais and supporters began to attack hurt and murder westerners. The english legation in eto was burned to the ground in eighteen sixty three. These insurgent nationalist took refuge and rallied around the emperor who wanted to defy the foreigners in the same areas of japan. Extremist samurais got control of local governments in an attempt to influence national policy. Gradually the extremists movement became openly hostile to the shogunate. Two of the leading rival domains in the west part of japan were called chou shoe and satsuma both were among the largest areas in had old old grievances with the tokugawa shogunate. All the way back to the year sixteen hundred these two main were generally and relatively financially well off and could afford modern western weaponry and recruit western military strategy at the mid stages of the baku. Matsu the eto shogunate hate used. The set sumo demane in its effort to drive shoshu forces out of kyoto but later and secretly the chou shoe and satsuma domains agreed to an alliance. They realized they both had to common goals and beliefs one. They disliked foreigners and wanted them expelled from japan and to the old unsettled grievances with the tokugawa clan and they wanted to show god nut toppled if they join forces. They would have a better chance of accomplishing their mutual goals. The entire situation took a drastic change in mid eighteen. Sixty six the shogun gondola. Aimo cheesy unexpectedly died at the young age of twenty one his successor according to tokugawa. Tradition was tokugawa yoshinobu. He only reluctantly took the position. Because it was really a bad time to take that position and remember the emperor colmey who the shogun was opposing head to formally agree to the succession and its fate sometimes works soon. After emperor colmey appointed the shogun's successor in early eighteen sixty seven. The emperor unexpectedly died. He was only thirty six while there were plans to continue the shogunate at that time. The death of the emperor caused some to rethink the timeline and the plan. Was this now the best time to go for regime change. The radicals thought to make the radicals even each year. The new shogun opened the seaport against popular opposition. This proved to be the last spark that would light the fuse of revolution dynamite replacing the relatively young deceased emperor. Komi was his second son. Moot mutuel hito at that time. Only fifteen years of age. The radical samurais would eventually build their new governor around this fifteen year old emperor but first they had to contend with the show gun the shoshu and satsuma rebel domains worked together to take key cities. In japan a petition was submitted to the show gun requesting his resignation and that he recognized the emperor as the supreme leader of japan fearing defeat. The show gun agreed to relinquish relinquish some of his authority. The show gun even went so far to publicly announce his plans to reorganize the government under the emperor while still preserving the shogun's authority and on november nineteenth and sixty seven. The show gun resigned. His post is the fifteenth tokugawa shogun and officially transferred. Power to the young emperor. The young rebel lords fearing it was a ruse continued with their military campaigns. The new emperor with encouragement from set sumo and shoshu lords issued an edict dissolving. The house of tokugawa. The shogun had no choice but to resort to arms on january third. Eighteen sixty eight. The young radical lords announced the restoration of the emperor's status. it was basically a kutat. The shogun in respect through in response sent his forces to kyoto to capture the emperor but on january twenty seventh eighteen. Sixty the shogunate forces clashed with the allied rebel forces. those would be the cho-shui and set sumo samurai in a four day pitched battle. This battle marked the beginning of what is called the boche in war literally meaning year of the dragon year of the dragon. War was a civil war in japan. In this battle to shogunate forces were defeated. The allied rebel forces were better trained and had the better weapons. So i suppose it was inevitable. The seized the imperial palace. Kyoto and declared the end of the yokogawa shut. The new government would be supported militarily by the extremist samurais in the autumn of eighteen. Sixty eight the new leaders. Renamed eddo its new name would be tokyo meaning eastern capital. It would be the new seat of power in japan also in eighteen sixty eight. The year was renamed to meiji meaning enlightened rule eventually to be called the meiji restoration and adopted the motto a rich country and a strong military. These revolutionary allies along with the emperor got control over the entire country with surprising. Ease and minimal bloodshed. One can only imagine how the rest of the country saw a group of young samurai from western japan most from the lower ranks of samurai seize control of their country on april eleventh eighteen. Sixty nine the shogun formally surrendered to the set suma leader and handed over at a castle. This marked the end of the war as well. There were lingering battles in northern japan by pro shogun forces but the end was inevitable with the meiji forces and now numbering about fifty thousand well trained and well supplied in with superior weapons in june of eighteen sixty nine. The last remnants of the shogun's supporters the shogunate supporters conceded and surrendered the meiji government. Now controlled all of japan. The transfer of power to tokyo was a symbolic opening to the meiji restoration in the regeneration of japan. Now a new government would have to be built. A new political structure was necessary. It would not be easy for sure one of the things. The new leaders did in furtherance of the political girls was convincing many of their local domains to restore their territories to the emperor in return. The emperor would appoint the samurai and receive one tenth of their previous revenues as personal income for the rest of the domains. It was hoped the initial restoration so the emperor would rated chain-reaction and they would voluntarily restore their domains to the emperor for those domains that ultimately refused. They were forced to cede some years later without warning. The meiji government would altogether abolished domains. Putting them under central control. Those governors would be retired so to speak and given a financial stake in the new government to encourage their support of the new government. A centuries old political system just was erased with relative ease. The fuel system was abolished eventually. The societal stratagem the class hierarchy was lifted. Everyone would have equality for the many samurai no longer of any use. They were allowed in meagre pension. Not all for sure one along with the new program but that is inevitable. I suppose with any kind of change. Is i see it. It was amazing. Not one of these young samurais in the early meiji era did not tried to seize power for himself. An analogy to this would be early. Ching dynasty leaders in china. That band of young you warriors involved in the conquest of china and the vanquish of the ming dynasty. Perhaps these unselfish early manchu and meiji leaders can provide all of us with a valuable lesson. Was it because they all wanted to achieve a common objective to conquer and to stabilize for now anyway. Japan would have to endure the presence of foreign nations. There would have to abide by the treaties that were made by the shogunate. A legacy of this transition era was. I will curragh tomi or tamani a main figure in the samurai uprising that restored the emperor to power. But is i will talk. Ingram detail later the power. His actual par was illusory. The young samurais that fought against the shogunate were the actual leaders their power with through consensus and consultation. This is early similar to the early chain dynasty days with bela's and their governance and consultation with the chinese emperor. Another remarkable observation was japan's regime. Change was relatively quick. In comparison the ching dynasty would be locked in its political struggles for nearly a century before there was enough inertia to topple the imperial chain dynasty. Perhaps and i am merely speculating here. Japan had seen what was coming and that combined with some of the distinctions. I covered in the last episode provided or caused the political. See to change much much faster. But before i leave this episode i wanna set up things a little for the next episode. The overthrow of the government was unusual in one sense and it's something to think about. It was an aristocratic revolution. That is the radical samurai that overthrew the shogunate were aristocrats themselves. They were low ranking samurai but aristocrats nonetheless. The japanese revolution was not a band of upset peasants revolting in the usual way most of us most of us have learned about revolutions in theory. The final movement restored the imperial rule of antiquity. But it was only for show while cordial and respectful to the emperor. The rebel leaders foul followed little of ancient model. Instead they took cues from western revived the names of old institutions entitles. They were not functioning institutions. The big change. These rebel leaders of cash was casting off the fuel system of the shogunate and the piecemeal adoption of western institutions. One of the large ironies from the show gun show get an era was its incorporation of western ideas beliefs and technology that helped pave the way for the meiji. This would loom large in the coming phase of japanese history. Next episode i start with the beginning of the meiji government. Thank you and it has been a pleasure
6. Drafting a Legacy
"Hello and welcome to my podcast. The meiji restoration china contrast this episode. Six drafting a legacy It by last episode. I discussed the rea- cool affair and extraordinary drama that occurred ending in its annexation away. From china and india japan in eighteen seventy nine also spoke about the samurai rebellion of the set suma samurai and the hardships the early major major government and its movement put on the same rise. We also learned that former united states president. Former general ulysses s grant visited japan. The first to do so. Finally i ended with a discussion of korea and the treaty of kong with the hermit kingdom. Today i wanna start with a brief update on the japanese relationship with china over issues ahead with korea also want to make some additional comparisons or contrast between may japan inching dynasty china. Most importantly we will learn about the important persons and events that led up to and influenced the meiji government to adopt its national constitution. It is the meiji's most important and lasting legacy in the last episode. I discussed the events leading to the treaty of congo in eighteen. Seventy six between japan and korea. Shany's acquiescence to that treaty. May well had been an implicit acknowledgement by the ching dynasty. That korea was no longer a vassal kingdom under the manchus. Needless to say that treaty did not end the hostilities mistrust between china and japan in eighteen eighty five japan and china entered into the treaty of tea or tea and jen where both countries agreed to withdraw their military's from korea. Stop their military training there and notify each other if their military were sent back into korea. Something tells me. However that the friction between japan china would not long stay inert by the mid eighteen eighties. It was clear that japan had succeeded in making the transition from a feudal society. Toy modern one. It was strong enough to fend off. Further aggressions the restoration to this point head succeeded because partially of the japanese unique habits and commitments that are not easily defined of course the underappreciated in the conversation where the ordinary citizens of japan with their remarkable work ethic and patriotism. I find it interesting to read historians struggling to pigeonhole japan's repor reformation and restoration. I believe the meiji restoration is made the more fascinating because it was unique and unprecedented. The entire movement was forced on a peaceful stable nation largely due to the threat of foreign domination is well to remember that point as i talk about. Japan's next phase a national constitution. Before we get to that. This is a good point to discuss. Some comparisons and contrast between the meiji government and the chinese ching dynasty the meiji restoration and the chinese self strengthening phase or also known as the thome jer restoration occurred more or less simultaneously. So i think this is a really ideal situation to to make an apples to apples comparison by the way if you seek more detail about the toner restoration or or the self states self strengthening phase. Please go to episode seventeen season one podcast series on the chinese qing dynasty. For now i only want to stack these two movements together. For a broad review and comparison the manchu self strengthening phase was generally conducted using some western style ideas and notions but and this is really important to understand the difference between these nations reaction to an outcomes to the foreign aggression in the nineteenth century. The manchu self. Strengthening phase was generally conducted using some western style ideas and notions but only to the extent to defend itself from foreign invasions and internal rebellions and to restore traditional order. The self strengthening phase was not a revolution while the movement used western ideas and technology to make the monarchy better it. They were not used to reform the country. Generally speaking the self self strengthening phase was limited in its desired outcome hence the results were limited much of the modernisation that occurred in china during this phase was to its military and it's weapons. Political reforms were few and small. The meiji restoration on the other hand was a revolution an odd one. Is i have discussed. But it still cured with it all the harm hallmarks of a revolution. The japanese during this time head nearly limitless objectives and goals so the results are their efforts would not unexpectedly have far reaching consequences. They had more room and flexibility to apply full range of reforms. Also let us not forget that the japanese during the revolution had in the lead many elites some highly educated and internationally cultured running the new government for the duration of the chinese restorations. They had the empress dowager and her advisers. She only seemed to be into the restoration efforts for the sake of her own political power. The manchus never seemed to heavy grand plan or strategy with respect to its restoration phase. We learned the last episode that the farmers in japan overall had not fared well in early meiji japan. We also learned the reasons why they did not fare. Well i want to. I won't repeat them again here. But i will say this. Their situation worsened in the eighteen. Eighty s it was clear. They were struggling with the heavy land. Tax burden that burden was proportionately heavier than it was on commerce and industry. Many of these agreed. Farmers eventually came to support the notion of representative government or some form of popular writes. The farmers support would aid and provide more impetus to the freedom and people's rights movement beginning to take shape in the early eighteen eighty s in japan by the eighteen eighty s. The original top leaders of the meiji restoration. Were nearly all gone. Sago takamori their lead. The satsuma samurai rebellion had died in eighteen. Seventy seven in that rebellion. He if you remember was one of the original samurai in the famous set suma shoshu alliance that toppled the tokugawa shogunate. I will occur to mommy. The ambassador that went to the net western nations in one thousand. Nine hundred seventy three and eighteen seventy on sorry in eighteen. Seventy one through eight hundred. Seventy three seeking to renegotiate the unequal treaties. He died in eighteen. Eighty three the second generation of maybe major leaders began to emerge in the late eighteen. Seventy s. this generation was different than the first and they had their own ideas about what was good for japan. The all had matured and came of age after the restoration. They were all young highly educated elites some had been educated the best western schools in england and at harvard in law science medicine and philosophy. Some were multi lingual primarily japanese english and french. So they were a diverse bunch. Probably japan's best of the best while not important to remember their names. I want to mention a few of them toecu tomi. Soho was articulate and prolific political commentator. He was born of non seem ripe parents and largely only in his twenty s when he made some of the most important contributions to the current political debate unpopular rights and representative government. He most famously promoted equal rights. Another individual was ito hero. Bouma eventually to become japan's first. Prime minister and chief draughtsman of the meiji constitution was another. Others were my yaki said sergei shiga. She could hockey. Sugawara to jubal and komura ju-. Taro and many others ochoa. She can do opel and foreign advisors as well all contributed in some way in building the new government or drafting a constitution or ministers in the government or provided essential political discussion. I look at these persons. Similarly as i look at the founders of the united states i admit a rough comparison as the founders of the united states continental congress or the constitutional framers and besides being young and highly educated. They had other common characteristics or backgrounds for one almost none of them had any connection with set suma or chou shu oligarchy that were prominent at the time of the restoration second. There were not generally enamored with the west. Despite some of them had lived in the west and had received their educations there in some cases they were anti west at least in their opinions of western political institutions. maybe even a bit anti democratic. They wanted to avoid the blind westernization their predecessors followed instead of superficial westernization. They used national progress based on cultural and intellectual values they tended to revert back to more traditional japanese customs in values. They rejected the notion that in order to westernize and modernize they must also include western morals and values know their views were far more surgical in approach. They believed they could achieve progress by remaining japanese to the core and yet use some of the western ideas and values to enhance their experience. Let me repeat. That piece is very important. This second generation of meiji leaders believed they could achieve progress by remaining japanese to the core and yet use some of the western ideas in values to enhance their experience in my own experience that statement perfectly summarizes my observations of contemporary japan. This lurch at that moment away from the west is actually predictable and not surprising. This swing from the west would be the first in many more of japan's pendulum swings back and forth between pro western and anti western sentiment. Other historians have noted that in other non western nations attempting to modernize they see the same pendulum swings to and away from the west. The eighteen hundreds of japan was characterized as one of those backward swings. Certain aspects of the west were abandoned. Such as ballroom dancing which had been all the rage with the meiji's first set of leaders later in the eighteen. Ninety s this anti western bias would be explained by the major government and he documented published imperial re script on education that document extolled traditional confucian and japanese values as i have repeatedly stated in bears repeating again. One of the central aims in constructing and adopting a written constitution is so the meiji government would be taken seriously and rid itself from its unequal treaties. But there were other purposes as well it constitution would be may a means of controlling the emperor and his advisors japan also wanted to make a public declaration of its citizens basic fundamental rights and maybe as important as ridding itself of the unequal treaties. The elites wanted to provide away their efforts and the continued. Progress of japan would continue and outlive their lives. So in eighteen seventy nine the meiji emperor requested from these individuals. I mentioned their views on plans for a written constitution and in eighteen eighty one. He got a response from one deletes. Ocala shigin oboe. He wanted to adopt the full english parliamentarian society system but that system was considered radical by his pierce. It was also a wake up. Call to the rest of them that they better come up. With other views and ideas and quickly shigenobu's plan was quickly rejected and it was decided to take a cautious approach toward the goal of the written constitution. The rest of them promised to the emperor they would present him with a written constitution by eight hundred. Nine hundred ito hero bumi. I mentioned him earlier. Took the lead to draft a constitution. Think of him as the james madison of japanese constitutional draftsmanship anyway. From the beginning of the process there had been basic agreement. the capsule tissue would be strongly conservative. Hero boomy edo let us study mission to europe in eighty two to observe various constitutions. The mission looked at the english french german russian and trim constitutions. The mission came away believing the german and austrian models where the best fit for japan. These models gave greater authority to the monarch and limited the powers of the legislature. The mission may have also been persuaded that germany and austria were less west if you will then the other constitutions they reviewed and so the mission returned from europe it submitted its report and recommendation to the privy council. The privy council had been organized by the emperor as an advisory body to him and at this juncture to deliberate on constitutional drafts. next episode. the meiji government will have its constitution with all of its words and pimples as they say i will also discuss some of what was and was not contained in that document and its implementation. I also wanna give few details on how that modernisation was working for them. So thank you. It has been
138 - Sticky Hair Monster
"Hello, and welcome to another episode of the secular Buddhism podcast. This is episode number one, hundred and thirty eight I am your host, Noah Rochetta, and today I'm going to talk about sticky hair monster and the battle against our thoughts and emotions. Keep in mind you don't need to use what you from Buddhism to be a Buddhist. You can use what you learn to be a better whatever you already are. If you're new to the podcast episodes, one through five are a good place to start to get an intro to all of the key concepts ideas and teachings or you can visit secular dot com and click on start here. If, you're looking for an online community to practice with and interact with consider becoming a supporter of the podcast by visiting secular Buddhism dot, com and clicking on the top link. The says join our online community on Patriot on and something new to the community. We are now using discord and the discord APP and platform allows us to engage in a much more efficient way. We have chats around different topics, podcast episodes, and all things related to Buddhism life in general. So if you're looking for a community. Join us. there. Now let's get started with the podcast episode. So in the last podcast episode, the Zenko on shared is called Joe Shoes. Mu. And I want to share a couple of thoughts about this. The the Cohen itself goes like this Joe Shoe was a famous Chinese and master who lived in Joe Shoe the province from which he took his name one day a troubled monk approached him intending to ask the master for guidance a dog walked by the monk asked Joe Shoe has that dog a Buddha nature or not? The monk had barely completed as question when Josue shouted Mu. So I want to share some thoughts and he starts come from the Book Zenko on's, and this is a book written by Gyo May Kubo say the of all the Cohen's Joe. Shoes Mu is the most famous. It's extremely popular with Zen Masters who frequently assign it to novices if the student tens properly to business mu comes to resemble a hot iron ball stuck in his throat, he can either swallow it nor spit out the importance of shoes mu is it's succinct one syllable revelation of Buddhism. So little background here, and and and again, all of these thoughts come in from the book Zen Cohen's Baio Make Kubo say. He says, Mu, is the negative symbol in Chinese meaning not or no thing Mu. Is also a basic concept in oriental philosophy. There is a relative mu and an absolute mu, the relative mu and Chinese characters is the opposite of you. The letter you which means is the absolute mu of Zen Buddhism transcends is and is not in order to understand this Cohen. It is necessary to be aware of this distinction when the monk asked, Shoshu has that Dog Abboud nature not he was asking not only from the standpoint of his own troubled mind. But from the Basic Buddhist teaching that all beings have Buddha Nature Joe shoe realized this his Mu as an answer was a blow aimed at breaking or untying the monks attachment to that teaching. The essence of Buddha's teaching is non attachment. All human troubles and sufferings without exception are due to attachment even attachment to the idea of non attachment is attachment. Joe Shoe wanted the monk to transcend the relative world transcend the teachings, Transcend Mu, transcend Buddhism, and gain the free and independent world of enlightenment. Satori or enlightenment is this new dimension or perspective in life ordinary human life has always attached to the relative the is and the is not good and bad right and wrong. But life itself is constantly changing the condition of society changes right and wrong often changes. Every situation is different according to time and place. So static concepts are not appropriate to life this thus mu is crucial offers no surface upon which the intellect can fasten. The word mu must be experienced as the world of. Mu. So those are the thoughts from the book Zen Cohen's Baio Make Kubo say regarding the specific Cohen Joe Shoes Mu. And I I wanted to share this. Cohen because as the book mentions, it's most popular, perhaps the most famous of the Cohen's. But to have a little bit of background, you need to understand the answer. So essentially, what's happening here is you have a teacher who's being asked a question by a student by a novice monk and the question is so out of place because. You know the Buddhist teaching of Buddha nature is that all beings have buddha nature. So it's like someone coming law coming along and asking a very obvious question which he should know the answer to according to the teaching that all beings have Buddha nature. The answer to the question does a dog have Buddha nature is obviously yes. But josue knew that he was asking this question that should be obvious. So instead of giving the obvious answer, he gave the answer that the monk was not expecting by shouting Moo or no, or no thing. And in the tradition of Cohen's and in the tradition of Zan, this is kind of the shock and all approach the shock and awe is that that's not what I was expecting. So here you have this novice monk asking a question, get an answer that he's not expecting. And it leaves him confused and that's the exact state that Cohen's and oftentimes Zen in general want to leave you in because it's trying to break you free of the conceptualization 's that you're making in your own mind. So if I know the obvious answer is yes and I'm immediately the hearing shouting that the answer is no. What that does is at least me thinking wait a second but I, thought you know I I'm guessing that that's exactly what the monk did right away he was like wait but but you know and trying to recall but this teaching says this, and that's exactly what the the master would want to leave you. Very confused for a moment because in that confusion, you transcend the world of is or isn't To me, it's almost a way of saying. Let's entertain the question again, it was even an appropriate question. What is a was it a relevant? Because if it's not what benefit does it give you if if I were to answer the question for you and I think that's what the the master is in hoping to do here he's not answering the question. While he is answering the question with your not expecting, which is the only thing you can do to make someone really start to think and I would suppose that maybe this monk with time could walk away and realize, okay we'll that was dumb to ask him that because his answer doesn't matter what if the answer is now would if the answer is yes. So what what does that say about you and your Buddha nature I think that's along the lines that this Cohen was trying to go about at least that's how it it makes sense to me. So I like to think of this one and apply it to. My Day to day life you know the answers that we often seek to find about life are you could you could almost say it's silly questions. And I've experienced this firsthand right going through a faith crisis and then becoming a seeker and looking for another world view that might make more sense when you're on that path of seeking and you're looking for answers to life's big questions. Buddhism comes along and it does this. It gives you the answer Mu, which is to say you're not GonNa get the answer that you wanted and in not having the answer that you wanted you're only left with one option. Let's entertain the question. Where did the question come from? Does that question even matter what would happen if you did answer the question you know then what and I think that's what this Cohen does. It immediately brings you back to wait. Let me let me think about that question a little bit more. So, that is the Cohen Joe. Shoes Mu Hopefully, this is a co on that made you kind of think and will you'll remember this and future future instances where questions come to mind You can assign a little bit more value to the question a little bit less value to the answer and that to me is Buddhism in a nutshell it's all about the questions not so much about the answers. Okay. So with that said, I do want to share a couple of thoughts about a story old Buddhist story and I'm GONNA call this sticky hair monster I. Think the original story is called Prince. Five weapons. And I might be wrong but I, think this comes from the stories or tales I can't remember I came across it a long time ago. But I came across it again in a book called Buddha at bedtime. So, in the Book let me make sure your Buddha at bedtime. It has a lot of little stories and I I've been reading these stories for years. Now to my kids at night I went through a phase where every night we would read one. It's been a while since I've read one but one of the stories that really stuck to me is the story of. Sticky. Hair, sticky hairy monster, and it's become kind of a fun story that I revisit and play the game often with my youngest daughter who's four and we play this game and sticky monster, and she's trying to escape from sticky monster but I think there's a really valuable lesson in the story. So I want to share the story with you. This comes directly from the book Buddha Bedtime. And the story goes like this. It was a beautiful sunny afternoon when a boat. Prince Hector came from overseas into the harbor and before the young Prince left the vessel. The captain warned Him Your Highness while you have been away training to be a warrior, an evil monster called sticky hair has come to live in the forest. So I advise you not to take that route to the palace instead go the long way home around the mountains. Thank you for your advice replied hector but I'll be fine I. WanNa get home before sunset. And I have all my weapons I need them after all he thought I'm a trained warrior. I'm not afraid of a silly old monster and the young prince started a strode boldly on into the woods. Just as prince actor was beginning to think that the monster didn't exist he reached to clearing in the forest and there stood the most gigantic ugly creature. He had ever seen the monster was as big as a house and completely covered in matted hair. He looked like a living breathing very horrible haystack. The creature had a huge head and he stared at the prince with is as big as dinner plates too big Orange Tusk stuck out of his enormous mouth and his teeth were green and revolting his belly was big. And round like a beach ball and covered in large Pale orange spots, gir-. Sticky hair. What do you think you're doing in? My would little man you look like a tasty morsel and I'm going to eat you for dinner I'm not afraid of you you horrible old monster replied Hector I'm a warrior. I can easily defeat you with my sword I. Dare you to fight me swiftly as the wind the prince leaped forward and thrust his sword at the monster. But to his surprise, it just stuck to the creatures sticky hair. So the Prince left his sword there quickly rolled out of the way got to his feet and grabbed his bow. he shot Arrow after Arrow at the monster but like the sword, each one just became tangled in his sticky hair the prince was astonished ha ha ha boom sticky hair. You're a very funny little man. You'll never beat me then he shook himself from his ugly head down to his big smelly toes and all the princes Eros dropped down to the ground hector now had only his. Club left for protection. So he swung it at the at sticky hair with all his might, but it too became caught in the monsters hair and was pulled from the prince's strong grip. I'm not defeated yet. He shouted my weapons may be useless but I'm young and strong and I'll fight you with my fists. He cried as he ran and leapt on the monster and got firmly stuck. Even now as Prince Hector dangled from the creatures sticky hair, he continued to act fearlessly so much so that the monster started to wonder exactly what gave him such courage why are you not afraid of me little man I could gobble you up and a snap and a crack. He threatened fiercely still hanging from the monsters tangled hair hector was busy thinking about what to do next all of a sudden it came to him. He realized that he would have to use his brains to outwit the creature instead of his weapons. So he shouted up to sticky hair. I'll tell you. I am not afraid of you. My skin is coated in poison. So if you eat me, you'll die I dare you to eat me sticky hair didn't believe hector first but the more the prince insisted the more worried the monster became I'd like to eat him but I can't risk getting poisoned. He muttered reluctantly he pulled the prince from his matted coat and set him on the ground unharmed well, fearless little man you've. You've convinced me. You're telling the truth and I don't WanNa die so I suppose I'll have to let you go. He said grudgingly. Hector was delighted not only had he did the monster and saved his own life but he had also learned an important lesson that the most powerful defense had been inside him all along his own intelligence, not his strength and not his weapons. Looking up into the monster's big is the young prince said. I'm very grateful to use sticky hair, not just for releasing me but also for teaching me that I don't have to fight to be brave strong and clever. Would you like to know my secret? If you promise not to eat me, I'll tell you as a reward for sparing my life surprised sticky hair agreed although the monster had never been defeated until that day he had always been frightened of people. In fact, he had only attacked people to stop them from attacking him but now the creature was to learn to be fearless like hector. So he let the young. Prince become his teacher and friend and the strangest thing happened the more sticky hair learned how to use his brain the less he felt the need to harm others using his intelligence brought the creature great happiness, and gradually he was transformed from scary lonely monster into a friendly forest giant Prince. Hector, let all the local people know that the monster had completely changed and gradually they became his trusted friends bringing him food and living with him in peace and harmony, and the new eager to please sticky hair repaid their kindness by protecting them and guiding travelers safely through the forest. And then the book goes on to say, sometimes, it feels like there's no option. But to fight our way out of the difficult situation, a wise person knows that it's their intelligence, not their physical strength that will help them to win in the end. So. That's the version from the children's book Buddha Bedtime. The original story the way it was it's been shared and passed down the story of the print of Prince Five. Weapons. Is Essentially, stadium that The Of all the weapons you can possess the one that is more powerful than all the others is the mind and that's the old story of how Prince five weapons didn't kill sticky hair but instead taught him the ways of peace and enlightenment and their other little minor variations of the story So all in all the story of sticky monster for me has been a fun way to convey this concept to my kids that the moral of the story is that often the only way to win a fight is by not fighting. It's by using your your brain, your intelligence, and to me this somewhat echoes a little bit from the last podcast episode the idea of nothing being something oftentimes by doing nothing we are doing something. I think that in our culture were. Of the mindset of conquering of overcoming, and sometimes we approached Buddhism in this very same way it's like we're going to overcome the EGO and we're going to conquer are. The nece conquer are negative attributes, my thoughts and feelings and emotions that I don't like I'm going to force them out away from me. I'm going to win over them. And when we do that, we're setting ourselves up for the same mistake that the prince and sticky monster had which is sticky monster can't be beat. You can approach sticky monster with all the weapons you have, and the result is going to be the same they're going to get stuck in a doesn't do anything to this big monster. So, the harder that you try the harder harder that you fight. The it doesn't do anything you're still going to fail. But. What happens when we approached the situation from rather than overcoming with the understand with the with the attitude of trying to understand and trying to befriend, and this reminds me of the quote Pame. A show Dron says meditation practice isn't about trying to throw ourselves away and become something better. It's about befriending who already are. And I encounter this quite a bit in my interactions with podcast listeners and supporters who reach out and want to discuss specific situations or stances that they're going through in their lives and encounter this concept quite a bit with anger for example, where somebody is experiencing a set of circumstances causes and conditions that they're experiencing anger in their life and often they're angry at the fact that they're angry. Or you know if you're upset, you might be upset if you're not at peace and just kind of this interesting place to be because the only real piece that we can have comes when were at peace with the fact that we're not at peace and the reason that works is because life is always changing again like the Tetris game analogy. There's a new piece on the horizon every time the new piece shows up it's a whole new game. You're always plane the new game. And, that's exactly how life works. Life is always changing. You're always dealing with something new today it might be the loss of a job or the loss of a loved one or the flat tire on the road or the CO worker that is annoying you or you might be dealing with a really good job and you're happy with this or. You're dealing with a worldwide pandemic or whatever it is. Right it's it's it's always changing. And and the past the fact that it's always changing means you always get to revisit this and say, okay now, how do I play the game? And, and you can literally do this minute by minute because every minute life has changed and all it takes his awareness to see that. So, when were angry at the fact that we're angry? Were compound in the situation anger is natural and if I'm experiencing anger and I'm okay with the fact that I'm experiencing anger then I haven't there's no problem. Sure angry but there's no problem with being angry. So life is good I'm a piece if I and before I, know it the causes and conditions of the anger might be gone and then anger's gone and I'm okay that I'm not angry. So again I am a piece at peace when I'm angry I'm a piece when I'm not angry and that to me is at the heart of what this story of sticky monsters trying to get at its the The twist I think in the story is that we are sticky monster or sticky monster, his US right I think Robert Wright talks about this in his book why Buddhism is true he talks about the modules of the mind and the concept of the modules of the mind is the understanding that I have many different aspects of me that make me me. There's the me that is in the role of of apparent of a dad of a brother of a of a son of a podcast of all the things that I do that make me these are the various modules of the mind. And within these modules, there are the thoughts and the feelings and the emotions and the memories. These are what what Buddhism we would call the five SCON-. Does right the different things that make you you and yet you're not any of them. But when I understand that about myself if I realized that I'm experiencing anger. It's something that I'm experiencing but I'm also the observer of the experience and I'm also the one that that feels I like this or I don't like this and all of that's okay. If just observe it. And what it leaves me with this this important understanding that just like with sticky monster the monster is the monster can't change the fact that it's ugly that a stinks that it's hair is sticky are all the things that are unpleasant about it. But what I can change as when I understand that this thing isn't going away and I can't fight it away I'm left with one option. I can befriend it and try to understand it and all of this happens by using the weapon of the mind. Not The traditional weapons you would think of as weapons, and that's what happens in that story. So to me the moral of the story. Is that I am the prince, but I am also sticky monster certain parts of my mind when I'm experiencing anger. There it is. That's the big sticky monster. I'm angry and I don't like that I'm angry will there I am I'm fighting the thing that I cannot win now but if I mckay that I'm angry now I'm piece again and there's the two things as the prince and they're sticky monster there's The observer of. The anger am experiencing and there's the anger I'm experiencing, and those are the two things they can sit there side by side perfectly apiece in content because there's nothing wrong with being angry there's nothing wrong with sitting next to the monster there's nothing it's it's fighting the monster that creates the problem I. think it's the same with our thoughts and feelings and emotions. It's fighting my emotions being angry that I'm angry that aggravates the problem. So, that's the key takeaway for me with this specific lesson with the story of of sticky hair sticky hair monster. And I I've been working on this story for months. Now with like I said with my own kids and and we play this game called sticky monster and I'm sticky monster and they're all trying to fight me will they can never beat me and always trap them, and then I hold them and they've learned that the trick has they have to start asking me questions where are you from sticky monster? How old are you sticky monster? A feel today and as they talk to me, then I start answering their questions and I loosen the grip and then at the end of the game were sitting next to each other and they keep talking to me and that's when they can slowly they have to slowly walk away. But in the game that we play if they tried to run or they try to escape me or they try to fight me they, they don't win So I'm hoping that with time this little game and this little story will transition into a deep understanding of the nature of life with them and the relationship they have with their own thoughts and feelings emotions. And I think that's the final thought that I would wanNA share here. Is that what we're not trying to change our thoughts and feelings and emotions as we experienced them as we're experiencing them, all we're trying to do is change the relationship we have with our thoughts, feelings and emotions as we experience them. Because to me, that's the key. That's it. That's the. The difference of running and fighting sticky monster and just exerting all your energy. That's pointless. Casual Never GonNa win versus sitting and talking to sticky monster using your mind and understanding and befriending, and again to me, the twist is the recognition that I'm actually both I'm the prince and I'm sticky monster and been fighting myself this whole time, which makes the fight that much more ridiculous when I think about it that way. So That's all they have to share about that concept of sticky monster and the relationship we have to our thoughts and feelings and emotions. So. Before ending this podcast episode, I want to leave you with another Zenko on to think about And this is one that I think I've mentioned before I can't remember I'm reaching that stage where I can't remember what things I've said before and what things I haven't. But I, guess it never hurts to mention things more than once. So the Zen Koan I'd like to leave with you at the end of this podcast episode think about is called no beard. and. It goes like this. Why? Kuan complained when he saw a picture of bearded bodey Dharma why hasn't that fellow a beard? And that's it. That's the end of that Cohen. All right. I'll share my thoughts on that one in the next podcast episode as always. Thank you for listening until next time.
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The Pursuit of Freedom NAC:52
"Hello Newish Christian Russian family. This is Austin Fletcher. You're listening to the new age Christian podcast and this is episode number fifty two. This is the fifty second episode episode. Which obviously is oh year since we began this journey together and As in every episode I introduce it as calling you family because that is what this truly has become for me. It has been for a while even before I started this podcast in this episode. I WanNa talk to you about kind of an overarching arching. Motivation for me overarching. Message that I don't know has been fully communicated in these episodes and in this series and and it is about freedom for me freedom to pursue ourselves into pursue God and to pursue truth is so vital to the human experience and yet so much of what we do is put bondage on ourselves so how to do what I can to give you more freedom in this episode and celebrate a year together other. Let's have some fun all right. Well fifty two weeks at the end of the year at least as far as The newest which Christian podcast is concerned and it has been Hopefully fifty two weeks of episodes that you have enjoyed and have received a lot of benefit from I know for me. It was kind of surprised to realize like I'm I'm about on my fifty second episode. It's not a lot of projects that I start that last this long. Not because because I don't desire to but because I've always got a new idea or something to kind of expand intuitive shifts and it changes and for those of you who have partnered with me and projects and who know exactly exactly what I'm talking about. I Apologize But This EPA this podcast I don't see it stopping anytime soon. And the New Age Christian in concept and the thought form that. I'm hoping to foster in this world is something that is still very much at the center of my heart so As of the moment you can rest assured that my intentions are to keep doing this podcast for quite some time and I've enjoyed the last year with you guys and I've enjoyed the interviews that we've done. I've enjoyed Sharing the ideas that have resonated with me and this last series on the path to enlightenment was I think we'll we'll probably do a little bit more of that type of format series format and going in deeper into subjects and And sharing the big picture of ideas but also kind of drilling into into specific things that I think This community needs so. If you've got any subjects that you're hoping that will that will cover by all means hit me up on facebook. Send me an email through the contact form on the website and I will take a look at them one of the things that I am trying to balance in the coming year is. Yeah obviously this podcast. It is a free resource for the most part. Unless you're donating if you are in thank you very much but You know this is a source of you've my income and trying to sort out what to put on the podcast and what to turn into classes and Kind of balancing that out is is always a challenge for anybody who is in this day and age who's trying to create a digital income and And trying to build something online so If there's something that you you want me to talk about such as origins of the universe or types and shadows the Old Testament. I'm sorry you're not going to get a whole lot of detail on this podcast but I will be doing fingers crossed and Lord Willing. I will be doing More detailed classes and e learning modules on those subjects in the coming year. But for now I want to kind of share with you my heart for the last fifty two weeks and honestly for the entirety of this This entire New Christian project I was just doing some interviews with Bob Hutchins and codeine Elaine. Johnson Cody Cody Lane Johnson. They do the reckless pursuit. PODCAST which you guys have heard them before I've interviewed them Probably hopefully interviewing them again soon. I've been on their show. They've been on mine and then Bob Hutchence's a new relationship and he does. The podcast called rumors of grace. You guys should go check it out. He does a lot of interviews in his take on questioning Spiritual Christianity questioning. The the the truth of the Gospel is very refreshing for those who kind of on the beginning of their journey with new age Christianity. Maybe maybe some of the stuff that we talk about over less who fifty two two weeks is a little bit of a stretch for you if that's the case and if and if you kind of like some of the episodes but some of these episodes were like Whoa dude come on Go check out reckless pursuit. Go check out. Rumors of grace and I'm in Newish. Christianity is becoming part of a larger community of communicators who are looking to help disenfranchise Christians Christians to help those of us who are searching and I play my part. Thank you for letting me play my part in your life. It's been an honor and The part I hope to play as I said in the INTRO is I want to hand out freedom. I was talking about Hutchins on his PODCAST kissed episode and in full disclosure often out of my own mouth. I say stuff that surprises even me. Because it's this kind of like. Oh my gosh. That's so true. And then I take notes because it actually makes a lot of sense and it resonates with me and then it becomes kind of mantra for me over the next couple of months and As as we as he was asking his questions that we were talking I realized you know Jesus he says that the truth Shoshu free and so the whole world has taken that I mean whether you're Christian or not people Elliott the truth as you free and it's in the movies it's in concepts you know. Would you tell the truth. And you'll be free which is true and it does set you free radical honesty. I did a whole couple episodes on that or or Lauren. ZANDER's maybe maybe it's you book. I mean the truth will set you free but there's something deeper to that and obviously I think the context of what Jesus means We instinctively know that it's also more than just telling the truth about facts. It is about finding truth. And it's about finding spiritual truth to insert freedom into your life life. But here's the thing I know. So many people who have embarked on this journey to find truth and and they've embarked on this journey to figure out the right answers and most of them have become massive judgmental mental assholes or super afraid of being wrong because the truth is the truth and everything else ally and so the fruit route of their pursuit. which again if you don't know me? I judge message by its fruit. So the fruit of these people title is either judgmental ISM because they're the ones with they're the only ones with right answers or often it's fear because they might have the right answers but they're afraid they don't and so God's GonNa Strike them down and they're going to be in prison and so their pursuit of truth often ends up being a pursuit of illusion of an illusion the illusion of truth illusion of certainty of knowing all the like. Do you really think that if you you meditate or read enough books about Jesus that you're GonNa know the truth of Jesus and it's and it's like in it's I didn't see caps the truth like there's only one full definition of what is true about about Jesus or insert any concept. What is true about David? What is true about spirituality? What is true about sex? What is true about politics like we have a problem in our culture culture? That says that truth is the static frame. -able thing now for those of you who are having a connection fit right. Now they're saying Austin or you're saying that truth is relative no I'm not saying that truth is relative I am saying that truth is the bigger than most of us. Allow ourselves to think because while it's while truth is truth. It is also oh a matter of perspective which I know is can be relative but let me let me explain so you learned certain things about about Jesus that he died for your sins in that because he died for your sins. God loves you. Hopefully listening to this podcast hopefully surfing listening to my episodes on sin or on. Jesus you've actually figured out. That may be God loved you uh even before Jesus died for your sins. Maybe Jesus didn't die for your sins to appease a bloodthirsty judgmental father but to actually elite. Give your mind something to rest on because you were enemies in your minds. You're never enemies of God your enemies of your mind. So maybe you've learned something being better about Jesus and why he died so my question is when you learned that Jesus died for your sins and therefore for God loves you. was that ally dramatic pause for reason. Was it a lie was was was the thing that you believed first untrue. Know Jesus die for your for your sins. God does I love you but was it the whole truth. Know the whole truth is bigger than that and I'm not even go so far. I'm not going to be so bold or so arrogant as to say that what I've taught on it is the whole truth because the fact of the matter is that truth is a spiral and we think that truth is linear that okay so I need to get to the next staircase. And then suddenly I'm true. And then and then energetically we kind of looked down at everyone who believes lesser than us and we think that they're wrong but the fact of the matter is is that when you were standing on that step step twenty steps ago you thought you were right to and as a matter of fact you were more right than you were twenty one steps ago. So does that mean you were wrong on that. Twenty th step or you know what I'm saying because truth is it is like stair steps but it's but it's not linear meaning you don't like learn the truth of Jesus and then never never revisit it. Hopefully I think a lot of people do they kind of well. I learned the truth about that. I don't need to know anymore but reality. Truth is a stair step staircase so it is building on itself but it's also spiral shape in that you come back around to the same idea so what you learned about Jesus ten years ago versus what you learned about Jesus five years ago versus what you learn about Jesus Today Day and maybe just maybe you might learn something new about Jesus five years from now and maybe ten years from now now that you re visit the things that you've learned to go deeper and broader and get more maturity around around those ideas and so we pursue truth as if it's a linear staircase and then maybe some of us have graduated graduated to pursuing truth as if it's a spiral staircase but there's something that that as I was talking to Bob Hutchins. I kind of realized. Oh my gosh. So the the truth shall set you free. The Reality of truth is is that it is specific to the individual and where they're at off because of what a everything I've just described if I'm pursuing truth and I'm on the twentieth twentieth step then the truth about Jesus is equal will to step twenty one. But if I'm the on the hundred and twentieth step then the truth about Jesus is equal to step one hundred and twenty-one so my my truth about Jesus while it builds on what I used to know is also expanding relative to where I'm at in my journey money and so in that way I would not say truth is relative as much as I would say. Truth is subjective. It's subjected to do where you're at journey truth. itself is the fact that is the reality and if you go listen to done Montgomery's and his description option of what is true. I completely agree. That truth is always in the now. Truth is energetic. Truth is It's a feeling it is the you know when you feel upset. That is true. Now you try to articulate your feeling of being upset get to your spouse you start immediately you have to start using words. Let's say in this case use English. Well you've already taken energy and started putting vowels and sounds to it that are limited by the language you're using. There may be a better word for what you're feeling ailing in Russian. But you know that word. So you're using the best words that you have available so you're already introducing a distortion by the fact that you're using link that you're using English English so the truth of what the feeling is then you begin to distort it the best. You can the least amount that you can to to communicate your frustration or your anger to your spouse in English then you add the layer of the fact that well for me. I my experiences experiences that I felt this before. It happened when this happened. So now you have your own lenses as to what anger means and what anger what anger is uh how anger is best described. But then let's say you you know your spouse and you know how they think so. You're you're also going to then choose words that you think they they will better understand so now you have another filter of like okay. So I'M GONNA use words that I understand but then I'm going to try to use words that I think they understand and they have multiple couple layers of distortion between the truth of the fact that you're angry and the communication of that truth to your spouse. That distortion is domino. Res Would Call. It's the dream it is it is the distortion. It is the knowledge that that inserts itself off into our experience that separates us from what is true so using that concept to realize that truth is absolutely absolutely mental and truth quote unquote is subjective to our mental positioning in the in the in the pursuit suit. I think there's a better way to pursue freedom. I think there's a better way to to do this. The reality is is. I don't think we're actually in pursuit of truth anyway. Honestly how how. How good does truth make you feel if anything if anything if you think you're you know you found the truth? It often makes people feel superior kind of arrogant but often makes people feel stupid for having believed something anything less than the truth. So when you pursue truth I'd say off. You know at least half the time the fruit of it is either arrogance or or condemnation condemnation. So what would happen if instead of pursuing truth mentally and trying to define it as this is true through and that is that is false. This is true that is false. What if you shifted your entire mode of pursuit and pay attention to what I'm saying because because this this is the one year anniversary? This is the one year episode for Newest Christianity. And I was kind of I was sifting through a spirit like okay what should I should I kind of do a review. What do I do and this came out of nowhere? Say Out of nowhere came out of a conversation. Sation with Bob Hutchins. That really really has stuck with me is like this is GonNa be one of those things that becomes how I measure existence so pay close attention to what I'm saying. What would happen if you shifted your your pursuit in life from the pursuit of truth if the truth cell set you? Free Truth is very mental. It's very in your head. What if you dropped opt down to your heart and you pursued the feeling of freedom that when you were presented? Scented with certain teachings are you were presented with certain options we were presented with certain challenges. What if instead of pursuing doing the right answer or instead of pursuing truth which is so incredibly suggestive what if you pursued freedom and the feeling of freedom and the feeling of freedom let me let me stop you if you're already thinking oh he's just a pursuit of happiness? No the freedom is not necessarily always the happiest options. I know this from experience. Freedom is a very very specific energy where happiness can be fleeting. It is momentary. That's often subjective. Freedom is super stable. You might choose to quit your job and it is scary as hell. It's certainly not happy in your in your frustrated. I traded but you're pursuing freedom. You might you know there whether there's a relationship where there is a financial decision. Whatever you might choose things that are scary? They're hard. They're sad their frustrating their confusing. But if you follow freedom and you know that the what the freedom feels like more importantly you know what bondage feels like if you pursued freedom. I'm GONNA go well. I Don Lemon say that if you pursue freedom for a year and you find yourself in the pursuit of the energy of freedom when you put your mind out of it for a minute and instead of the mind becoming the decision maker the mind simply becomes the observer and you follow intuition and you pursue freedom and you follow the decisions that feel more free than another. This feels more free than that. This feels more free than that. And you begin to intuitively follow freedom. I'm willing to bet everything. I own that at the end of a year. When you you open your eyes and you examine the things you think and the things you have learned that you will find yourself surrounded by more the truth than you ever could have imagined because truth and freedom are synonymous as you pursue freedom freedom? Ms Not Subjective Freedom is very objective very factual because it's an emotion in its emotions are always in the now right now knelt those of us. Oh emotions are so subjective. No no emotions are true whether they're how they come to you absolutely. Subjective is absolutely subjective. That two people can watch the same movie and get very different emotions but the emotions themselves are the truth right. The human experience is about about feeling it's about experiencing so when I watch a horror film and it scares me when somebody else watches the horror film and it makes them excited. The truth is I'm scared and the truth is is there excited. There's no bones about it. Emotions are truth. They are the truth in the moment. Went and I am absolutely redefining. This passage I am absolutely redefining. This concept that the pursuit you know the truth will set you free. We think truth is the right answers. What if truth is freedom? What if freedom? Adam is the reason that Christ came. What if freedom is the point of existence? Not Having the right answers because the right answers are subjective. The right answer for me and you've heard me tell the story. What if two of US are walking down the street? There's an a homeless person on the side of the road I'm scrooge and you're bleeding. Heart Spirit is teaching me how to be generous and teaching you how to be frugal and we both walk by. I don't give the guy ten dollars but the spirit told me to and you do give the day I ten dollars and spirit told you not to from the Outside the guy got his ten dollars we one right. We'll know it's a complete and utter failure. Because I might truth the thing that spirit was telling me to do I did not do the thing spirit told you to do. You did not do and to to Egypt to him. Who knows the right thing to do when he doesn't do it to him and his sin? That's in the Bible. So what what. If the pursuit of truth being subjective it is as it is is is part of the problem but freedom the feeling feeling of freedom the hear what I'm saying the feeling of freedom is fact it is in the now. It is is not subjective. Now you can argue about well that should make you free. That should make you feel like a total loser. Well maybe it makes you feel like a total loser but the energy I'm I'm feeling right now is freedom that is the fact freedom as a feeling is completely objective and it is completely lately perfectly definable for those who understand what it feels like so to wrap up even the last last series on the path to enlightenment that enlightenment and it's very core is the pursuit of freedom. The newest Christianity at its very core is the pursuit of freedom that it's not about the pursuit of happiness. Happiness can be subjective. Campinas is a feeling as well and so in that case in in some cases you could drill down and say that it is absolutely objective and is definitive that happiness is but often happiness is something that we try to quantify quantify with our minds for me. Freedom is a much easier to let go of this illusion that my my mind is smart enough to figure out what it even means because freedom is so much more sacred than happiness for me and maybe maybe maybe I'm just preaching to myself. I don't know but freedom is essentially the the deepest version of happiness that the human experiences is is designed for and it is always in the now it is an emotion but emotions are what you feel so if you actually were wanting to grow in cro as fast as you can stop portraying to pursue truth just follow. What feels free? And I was saying this with Bob Hutchinson bit and he was like so. So what you're saying Austin is do what makes you happy. Do it makes you feel good. And I've already said this before but episode but I wanted to kind of reiterate. No this isn't doing. What makes you happy? Do It makes you feel. Oh good the truth is that freedom often is scary. Freedom often can can present itself as a very difficult choice quitting your job so that you can be free is scary but would you rather be free or would you rather be Steve Secure. I would argue that. Some people don't know what happiness really is and so all well. It makes me happy to be able to pay my bills really because I've heard you complain every day for five years about your job. Are you sure you're happy right. You might be happy be that you don't have debt but you're not free. What would make you more happy and so I think happiness can parade itself as security happiness? Venus can parade itself as ease of life but freedom doesn't parade is anything but freedom and it is an energy that is very real and very strong and it is something the thing that the truth just set you free. Well if you pursue the energy of freedom I can guarantee you in a year you'll wake up and you'll look around and you realize has it. You're surrounded by truth. Because Truth and freedom are synonymous and this is kind of this is not just Austin's made up stuff. There is a concept upped the is in the scripture as well as where the spirit of the Lord is. There is freedom. So when you mix that with Jesus's statement that the spirit will lead you into all truth. So where the spirit of the Lord is there is freedom and the spirit leads udal truth so wherever there is truth ruth there is freedom and whenever there is freedom there is truth. Is that make sense. I hope it makes sense. So the spirit leads you in all truth and yes it is a spiral but the pursuit of freedom is so incredible for me. It is way easier if I'm if I am listening to a teacher and I'm not sure what to think about what he says for me. Very recent spiritual kind of of truth that I've had to weigh and balance has been the idea of reincarnation right that if when I pursue do the idea of reincarnation like is his true. It's not true. Is it true not true. I way IMBALAN- tonight essentially judge it. The Best I can without Having believed it in the first place so it becomes an exercise in will. I hope I'm smart enough and I'm asking the right questions and most of us live there. We live in the space is where we're relying on our mind to be the smartest thing in the room but the truth is that the spirit is the smartest thing in the room in the spirit is directly tied to the energy of freedom. And so when I look at reincarnation and I realized wait a minute if reincarnation is true then then that would mean that people who are super judgmental they I can love them and be patient with them because that's why they're here or people who are Muslims who are blowing themselves up as terrorists and killing people I can love them. Forgive them because that is their role and the people who died. That is is something that they were to learn from. Or whatever and suddenly the idea of reincarnation does give a sense of peace and acceptance acceptance to what is and whether or not it's quote unquote true and those of you're listening to this ally and we need to change the world and we need to fix all these problems. Here's the deal. I can't argue with the fact that damn it is really nice to have let go of a lot of that of a lot of that frustration. A lot of that anxiety about other people's opinions and what they're doing in trying to fix everybody else. I found freedom. In the the idea of reincarnation I found freedom in letting people be them and realizing that God has got it under control quote unquote not controllers. Listen he's making happen but it's okay. It's not it's not a surprise. It's not this thing is like Oh shit we have to fix this problem. It is good and end. Okay and yes. We have problems to fix. But now I'm GonNa do it from an energy that is not super high strung and stressed out out but I can do it from energy. That's at peace and that is free and so for me this entire New Age Christian. The journey has been about the pursuit of freedom It's kind of new for me to even frame it this way but it has been the thing for those of you who know me well and you know the decisions that I've made over the years in a lot of times the decisions I make are confusing for people and it's scary and caused it makes enemies for me and it causes problems and at the same time my life has has gotten freer and freer and freer. It has been one of those modes that I didn't even really know realize I was doing until until these conversations of you've I haven't pursued truth I've pursued freedom and as a result I found myself surrounded by truth and I cannot overemphasize the fact that freedom is going to look very differently for each one of us freedom for me and freedom for for you are not going to be carbon carbon copies. There are people who love in Clayton's teaching on going to the heavens and the courts of Heaven and they are so free and alive and and beautifully powerful for me. The whole concept is a whole bunch of half twos. And you need to do this right and you if you do this wrong. It's GonNa you know it's not freedom it is bondage. It is rules and regulations but for other people. It's total freedom. It is it is freedom to be them then. There's those people who love I. I it still baffles me but I have met people who I genuinely believe love Catholic mass or they love High Church Liturgy like you know methodist churches or you know West. You know I think Wesleyan's are high church but like you know the robes and the the vestiges and the and the call and the response Bondsteel Anglican and stuff like that like there's people who find such freedom in that again for me it's not freeing and so for them It is truth and the truth has set them free. So what. If truth isn't the static destination. What if it's not the gold at the end of the rainbow? What if if what? If truth is a person what if truth is actually the spirit of truth and what. If it's very personable notable. What if it's very relational? What if it's very very subjective but freedom is not freedom is is the is is the reality of experience in the moment than so for me on this one year anniversary episode to thank you guys for for your time to thank you for Being faithful to listen to me France or or Interview people whatever It has been a privilege and I will continue to do this Next week we will probably be talking about Halloween. Although it'll be a few days after Halloween it's still going to be apropos and For me to wrap up this entire podcast series in the entire concept of News Christianity and to say this is a this. This is a community about the pursuit of freedom. I don't know of a more beautiful way to say it in a more real way to say it if anything's true there's a way in which it is true and this isn't about just doing whatever the hell you want damn the torpedoes because a lot of people's definition of freedom can be damaging to others but freedom for me is much deeper than actions. All I can do what I want. Well often we're doing what you want means you're you're in bondage to yourself here in bondage to fear in bondage to bitterness. I don't mean that I mean the freedom of your soul the freedom of joy and peace and love the fruit of the spirit that freedom is synonymous with the journey that I am. I have embarked on myself and is what I hope. Hope you guys get permission to pursue. There's a reason that I tell you what I speak doesn't resonate with you. Don't take it you know. Pursue what works works for you because freedom is very very specific to your journey and the last thing I want is to try to gather people around the set of rules in teachings that I'm convinced of for the sake of my own journey Just to gather people around and give them a bunch of condemnation in bondage. I have people in my life who who have confessed me that they feel guilty that they don't I think the same way about certain things and I know they're confessing me. 'cause they realized that it's not the right answer but it is absolutely the frequently silly as hell to feel guilty that you disagree with me. If what I teach what I say produces bondage digit produces a lot of half twos for you. It doesn't mean that I'm a bad teacher. It means that literally. It's what I'm giving. You is not from you so hopefully this over arching energy has overarching message of freedom and the pursuit of freedom again. There's a very real mechanism and listen carefully. What if instead of pursuing the idea of truth what if you pursued the energy of freedom feel feel what freedom feels like and when you're faced with the decision follow freedom? I promise you if you do that enough times you will learn so many lessons. That are true and you won't have to learn the truth in order to be free you can feel what is free and and you will find the truth so with that. I leave you guys as always thank you for your time as you would consider donating for those of you who have donated is highly appreciated. There's a lot
Friday Night Guided Meditation | Ajahn Brahmavamso| 9 October 2020
"So here we go. Okay very good. So this is meditation time. Half an hour of peace in quantites. Of relaxing. Had just enjoying this moment. Sit Down the question X.? Or if you're sitting on a chair, just dangle your legs over the chair. And if the dangling over the chair, you can push out further or the main push them out. We don't have to worry about man spreading he what do you got one point five meters social distancing? Yourself Nice and comfortable. And usually if the chairs are just too Tall you put a cushion underneath your legs. If they chair is too. Short. You put cushion underneath your bottom. In other words, there's so many ways of getting physical comfort. We don't want to create torture for you in this society meditation class. Otherwise, we get in trouble with occupational health and safety. And Dennis has to go to jail. Now the praise come here. So anyway. So. Comfortable with your eyes closed reason why we close our eyes? Is the with your eyes close. You can become far more sensitive to your body. The physical feelings in your body become more pronounced. When you're not distracted by sites. So I usually start with my legs. Start by learning how to relax the legs very, very deeply. How I do that I asked my legs. Friend or relation or a pet how are you, lakes? When I say, how are you? I can create this connection. Of knowing the feelings in the lakes. In put? US. Recall this mindfulness. We're away. Just focusing on our legs to start off with. And then I asked further just. decided, takes you need. CanNot make him more comfortable. It's not just being aware is adding the kindness the care, the compassion. Until it's not just mindfulness. It's what we call. Kind fullness. Kindness and mindfulness together. And then I looking at my legs asking, do you need any? Adjustment minded by big of my right foot was squashed scientists moved in. Then, I go to my my. Legs fine. I even go for us Mike. COPS. Pass my knees. Haas, my size. If, there's any problem there I will stop. Pause. GIF. Some. Extra kindness. Movement Just to make sure that my legs and the most comfortable position on getting them. I all my fidgeting in the beginning. And I look at my bottom. We spend time with Boston because it does create a low tightness tension although via party. Transferred from the bottom to the chair of the cushion. How he showed him. When it's comfortable, you can actually feel mindfulness. Is Not. As watch him the same thing you find the feeling change. And hopefully, you can be sensitive enough to know that starts to feel. More comfortable. More at. Ease. More. Peaceful. Then you go up from the To the back. Making sure your backfield good. If you WANNA chair again, you can be back if you wish all in forward. The most comfortable position. So as many people in this whole. Find what some of the best seats in the house. Can Lean against the wall. That's fine. You can do that if you're comfortable. Aquifer. Stretching my back to begin with. Good stretch. And then that. Guy? Until my back. Goose into a position where it's very, very comfortable. Move Out to my shoulders? Making sure move by shoulders of of this point. Making sure I can release any tightness any pressure in the shoulders Many. People, they like having shoulder massages because the shoulders to. Become a store mutt tightness. which aches? Now. Can Be so where the muscles and either side. Of the top of my spine. Co The show shoulder muscles. When I'm watching them with mindfulness with awareness. Relaxing them caring for them. I can feel that they become more a tease. Lusa Fria. More. Comfortable. More relaxed. Go down my arms left-arm underwriter. Going to the elbows. Accidentally Alba's. Just learn from this show she what relaxation this? is like a letting go of tightness. You putting anything not squashing anything. You releasing all the pressure. Called letting. Go Down my four arms, my elbows. Vests. And to my hands. And My. Position, my hands is not the. Usual position say books it's called the fingers interlaced but they feel okay so fine. Don't follow the books. Follow. Your feelings. How do you feel? If your hands. Comfortable. Fine. Move Up to my shoulders again into the neck. And again, the neck if your head is an opposition popped on top of the neck. And that can become quite painful. Jerry Meditation. So often move my neck forward and back to the left and to the right. Until I find the most balanced comfortable position. For my head. On top of my neck. Which means the neck is relaxed? And then I'm my attention from the neck. How To my face? The muscles of are my eyes and my mouth. Sometimes, I can feel a little bit tight. Remember the muscles on the face. The Titan or the screwed up Because they show you emotions inside. If, they're really relaxed in the piece. Shows, your emotional world is a piece. I know those muscles. Are then how to listen the muscles around the ice. My mindfulness sees. That they are actually getting more relaxed. Say. My mouth. What's my face relaxed? I go to something which is behind my eyes. Between my es my brain. You know supposed to be able to feel sensations inside the brain. I imagine them. Imagine I've been really busy today. Imagine my brain is tired. So I just imagined. Lifting my brain out of my skull. Putting it into. Basket with a nice cushion. And blanket and pillow. Imagine just in my brain. How side in my head so I can take some rest for half an hour. When I really take imagination seriously. I am resting my mind. My. Brain. Look my whole body. Top of the head to my toes. relaxed. To the Max. Feel it. Sandy pod, which is still a little bit irritating, itchy or painful. Out Focus on accent. Until the feeding the body. Is One of. Quite delightful relaxation. I use the word carefully because. The more you relax your body. The more delightfully feels. Very, subtle form of pleasure. Body being totally is. Like you've had big massage therapy soaking up bothell a sauna or something. Come out offers every muscle loosen easy and free. feels. Good. I'm aware that delight. Delights of relaxation. May Be one, hundred percent relaxed. Relaxed enough. It does feel good. Paying attention to the delight of relaxation. Makes a body even more at peace? More relaxed. I don't want the body is deeply at pace. Then, we can move the attention to what I call the peace. Ometer. Part of the, mind. Shoshu how peaceful? Or how agitated you are. Given a number. Really really peaceful gives a number one two. Very agitated ten. Like thermometer speedometer. Find your measurement right now. How peaceful you? Really. Notice what makes your mind? More peaceful. Can notice what makes agitated. Pay Special attention. To, what? COBS YOUR MIND DOWN Hopefully you'll notice. Things like. Letting go past. Realizing. That now is your future is being made. So. Don't need to think about your future. To protect your future. 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Management lessons from Chinese business and philosophy | Fang Ruan
"This ted talk features. Travel Management Consultant Sang ruin recorded. Live at Ted at B. C. G. Twenty nineteen the New Year is a time to change your habits so you can be your healthiest self Ansa. Kara can help you eat better and feel better. So car is ready to eat. Organic meals are designed to increase energy improve digestion and get your skin glowing to boost results try the best-selling metabolism super powder in all natural remedy for bloating. Wayne and fatigue and right now Sikora is offering our listeners. Twenty percents off their first order when they go to Sikora dot com slash. Ted Talks that Sikora S. A. K. A. R. A. dot com slash. Ted Talks to get twenty percent off your first order. I love dumplings but has seldom have dumpings in the restaurant because my mom's cooking the best one day I happen to take a bite of dumping sisters. To my surprise. They had a flavor of going home fresh to you and then expect it in addition to be. Adopting lover actually have a fulltime job. I'm a management consultant. So naturally I was keen to understand the reasons behind those delicious dumplings. What had didn't expect that. This dumpling trigger my exploration of new ways of management in China. A change that has deeply rooted in Asian Chinese philosophies. But first let's go back to the dumpings go do founded dumping C. Seventeen years ago. Today the company enjoys five hundred. Stores were eight thousand team for years but it wasn't always the case three years ago that demand for is dumping Sewri due to consumers craving for healthy food but the strong growth of online foot degree service had pulled the consumers away from the visit causing a huge concern for Gal if I were to advise skull back then I would go directly with classical approach hiring vendor managers providing training to integrate online offline sales or having some high potentials forty dedicated to the new job such as chief digital officer but gal is something totally different event a two hats model instead of recruiting new executives. He invited five successful original heads to take on the second role at headquarter. The catch was they had to. It was too being the front line. Managers keeping mind that these people had no formal training or related. Experience in this fuse would have though with natural strengths and a growth mindset one girl. I told me that idea I said. Are you sure? I have seldom seen companies as large wars to part time senior executives but gas mild. This is my dumping way goes team. Oiseaux puzzled in the first three months. The sales fluctuated some even chopped by twenty percent. But cow didn't blink. The Rio has had to learn new skills. Were still doing their job. Things like what kinds of dumplings can be sold online hall to digitalize their supply chain after the transition period. Something magical happened. The sills come back. One year later the company began to launch his fresh and spicy dumplings online. Two years later more talents with starhub dreams were attracted more importantly the company began to translate these individual new capabilities into company policies and roll them out to differentiate compared with peers because most Chinese enterpreneurs are very good at wall strategies in Chinese recorded. Katyal for to expanding territories but no so good we called to war and Bung converting individual best practices into combination policies for the long run. The nature of Gaza coach says having tolerance of frontline managers to make mistakes or having some new ideas not coming from the top is not common in China because they go against our traditions in the past two thousand years Confucianism has been dominant in China which values seniority and moth authority for a nation. This is a time. Tastic formula to ensure order and harmony for a company this ensures precise execution at a large scale but with business environment constantly changing Internet disrupting traditional industries. New millennials become a major workforce new ways of management emerge. I feel so lucky to study these inserted animate age at the same time to satisfy my stomach with dishes dumplings cows to approach it just one example and then example comes from Miranda to the founder of Shoshu Sell Horseshoe is thriving internet company with three hundred million users. It is an online community where young fans can get together to talk about their favorite soap. Proper goes quit or by the crew. Shoes the lead actress whereas in a running scene from the early days chew wanted the whole organization to be ready to spot Hans things that need to change and challenged the Authority but one day she noticed her interns were calling senior staff teachers. This may sound innocent by signal a problem to cheat because if the teacher phenomenon become a norm it. We encourage hierarchy and discourage ownership. This is also something related to confusion thinking in Chinese recall it. Ben Ben Means me myself. Fern means the share the job. Oh just focus on my job and not crossing the lines which is totally opposite to choose thinking so chew created a unique initiative poured signature program in the program. Each team for you. Choose an Avatar counter that props up alongside is digital communication channel. Some common ideas include Captain Hook Harry Potter many well known Countess in Chinese Literature. The way these characters interrupt proved to be the answer to choose problem advertise from the same story. We'll get together to talk about their favorite characters in the Community Code. Slum dunk pupil from different cities different departments different levels of the organization. They were talking about how these characters inspired them at work. An employee with signature chord coach enzyme was facing some difficulty. In leading very young team other dunk fans will share the best practices a whole to motivate a diversified and inspire them to walk to their full potential. The signature program plays a pivotal role in. Fostering a clever Tiv- environment. I show him show. Not only the teacher issue has disappeared. The company has been ranked as one of the most innovative Chinese companies by Forbes in the past two years goes to had approach and Chew Signature program just two examples of empowering the frontline staff but these mothers may not always be right. Let's take for example very successful insurance company. The competency couldn't adopt such approach for the whole organization because one the company has four hundred thousand employees. The line between innovative chaos and chaotic chaos is earthy to the company has five ecosystems and templars sectors healthcare insurance real estate smart city very difficult to apply a bottom-up innovation to all but the company still needs to be innovating manager the founder positions their hat. Quarter AS THE STEERING WHEEL STEERING INNOVATIONS AND NEW IDEAS. Cascading them down to the subsidiaries. One of the IDEAS. That headquarters came up with is a enabled. Lots assessments for not so complicated case. The car owner can take a picture of the damage car uploaded online. The insurance center can decide a claim amount in right away by enabled thoughts assessment facial recognition. Id Verification. The car owner can get a payment in a few minutes which could have taken a few days so companies that are difficult to conduct grassroots innovation. A centralized approach is also an option. The more I see these unconventional management mechanisms gal with two hats chew with signature program and Ma with still real the more ponder. Where do these mechanisms come from? They're definitely not confusion. They are very similar to another Asian School of Fought Tau Ism Confucianism believes the way to achieve. Perfection is to organize and record things but tiresome believes in Latin things work to their perfection naturally to support their natural state and to let them transform spontaneously. You gather worse leaders should not impose their will leaders should act by shaping the context rather than control Confucianism works best in winning a stable context whereas tower ISM with this power to shave. The context is more effective in dealing with uncertainty. A leader is best when people barely know his when work is done. People say we did it ourselves thank you.
"Hello you can probably tell. This isn't my usual recording setup. But I'm having a technical difficulty that means no new episode this week instead his a good one from the back catalogue do consider going and listening to them. They're all brilliant with any look. I'll have my new cable in time for next week and I'll bring you a new episode. Then in the meantime wash your hands. Stay at home. Stay Safe I love. You are listening to probably true. Please be aware that this podcast may contain strong language and themes it would be boring without them. Give a find yourself realizing that. The best of an experience is often the patient the build up the run-up rather than the experience itself. I felt that about sex for awhile now. To be honest that might be because living in a big city can be bit like working in a cake shop. There's all these tasty treats laying around white into be tasted who'll moist and with sponge soul springy but yielding to the touch and. He just wanted to run your tongue slowly. Done Zara lost my train of thought it there so for me a lot. The Fun and the excitement is in the build-up his very easy to get all opinion head during actual shaggy. And you could be thinking about the wrong things like your parents or your grandparents old literally. Anything Oh God. I've just ruined site for the next month for myself. Haven't I or even overthinking the right things like having a good time? Is The rhythm k. What am I doing wrong? Is that right is. It should be happening like this. Rather than just enjoying everything that's happening and really going with the flow of the whole experience has nothing worse than an awkward. Shag where you both just kinda slightly scowling each other and just grimly going for in the Hobart one of you will come soon because it's all full and you wish it were over but just because you're not feeling it as much as you would never like in the movies you know like gentle lighting and quiet gasping as tender. Loving happens between two people who had staring into one of his is has never the Oakwood pools in proceedings while someone rummages in the bedside table for a condom struggles with a rapper and then fiddles it into place grabs the lube which obviously goes everywhere an all the while the other ones laid there when his ankles in his hands. Just kinda going dumb de do I always find small talk a bit weird about point to? It's not like you can build so he anywhere. Nice via holidays is easier. If they're on all fours of course because then you can just slide magazine in front of their face or offer them selection of hot and cold beverages while you're rummaging around and sorting everything out back there. Although I don't like to start off on all fours like that. It feels a bit impersonal. Besides during the first minute or so. It's best off face to face while you get everything right and you get used to each other being that one way. Love is plays a lot of computer games and he refers to that as the tutorial stage like with any new game. You have to take a minute or two to work out. What does what. And how all the different moves my work and if you'RE GONNA go for Combos and things like that. It's much harder to do that. Well someone's enjoying a hot beverage if the angle wrong or you're a bit too enthusiastic to Ileana. Might Spit Green Tea. All of the window fuckers I talk about. Oh yeah the bill being important I guess it's a context thing like you know when a Nice restaurant offers a delivery service so you can have the great food that you love to eat but in your own home only then as slides out the plastic packaging em plops onto the plate to sit staring sadly up year de realized how much the experience the Nice restaurant helps you to enjoy. It may be addressed up by which I mean. Put some clothes on. You had to go there you know and be a professionally charming too. You'd have a glass of wine. Maybe good lighting nice table. All of that adds to the experience rather than sitting in a dressing gown in. Yes scruffy kitchen. Staring down at the pathetic lumps on your non much in place thinking compliment you pay for this. Christ thus depressing accountable go. Oh sex is often better with the context of date or flirting or just the phase of meeting hall guy in a Bar. Or whatever not necessarily because it might lead to something more but because there's more to it than just ordering it from your phone and remembering to put addressing down on when you open the do it's about self respect if occasionally you won't be Justa Dick Looking to shoot or a willing whole ready for someone to chuck a load up then fine on occasion. It can be fun to play those roles occasionally. Just make sure. It's not the only thing you're doing because it's the only thing you know how to do any sex where you come away feeling anything. Less than fulfilled is sex way. You might not be respecting yourself. And if you don't respect yourself use sex partners aren't gonNA be the kind of people who are going to respect you either. And that's a really bad thing like I say on occasion playing the holding cockpit or the willing comes can be really hot as long as it's just playing a role and not the only way you know how to have sex a sex life. The only acknowledged inaugural. Your bum would be like having a diet. That was only McDonald's you know that she isn't even food. Respect yourself enough to have great sex however whenever you wanted and make sure that you're being respected the by the people that you have sex with and if not don't have sex with him is that simple. It's better to not have sex with anyone than to be with people who don't respect you. A good example of this is being out to club and any guy you fancy not being interested in that sucks and we've all been there especially when I was at university and I was going through my Harry angry phase. But the thing to do at that point is never just a snug. Ming that you don't fancy because at least he's into you believe we let one is the models option again. It might seem like a good idea at the time but you will feel monkey in the morning. I remember the first person I ever met off grinder. Yes fuck off. It was a long time ago shop when I was still learning all of this myself and he was a complete ticket. He was an expert on everything and always happy to interrupt the story. I was telling so he could tell his own and just generally preferred the sound of his own voice to anyone else's and yes. I am aware that I'm telling you this on a podcast that I produced entirely by myself. This is different for reasons that I'm sure I could think of if I put my mind to it but now talking so yeah. We ended up going back to his. I told myself it was because I wanted to get something out of the evening. Even though he'd been totally annoying and just bad to this point but mostly it was because I didn't want my first grind meet to have been a complete dead because grind is all about meeting sexy guys sexy times and if I didn't get some sex on this grinding them. What did they say about me? I thought it would make me feel like a failure as a gay so rather than having any kind of self respect. I just went back to his with him. I nipped the toilet for a we in a quick fresh. Nope you know always wash paints before expecting anyone to put it in their mouth. Boys Not Rocket Science. When I go back to the bedroom he was already laid on his bed naked. He didn't WanNa kiss or cuddle or anything. He just wanted his dick sucked. I'm not exaggerating. He actually pulled a pillow over his face when I tried to kiss him and that was a point when I saw what was happening. I was here with this disinterested and entirely uninteresting mad. I wasn't in any way attracted to as he laid there with a pillow over his face so he wouldn't have to look at me expecting me to serve his his needs without any thought for mine and I realized why because I hadn't respect to myself enough to say well. This was awful goodbye. Two hours earlier he picked up on that and now I was expected to give him this miserable. Bj and be grateful for the opportunity. Once all this had started to click in my head I go up grabbed my co walk out without saying a word. I think he still laying there right now wondering what's taking me so long to get started. They probably this was almost a decade ago. You think you to get the hint by now so yeah respect yourself enough to know when going. Home alone is better than the alternative. Because if you don't respect yourself no one else will and if you're out in a club or a bar and there's no one fancy who's interested in you then when those voices start up saying oh you so attractive. The only guy. He'll have you that Ming era with the everyone else thinks you're disgusting then just respond with Shoshu. If the altis in this place of fine with missing out on the brilliance. Woe is me then. That's their loss. I am tremendous an I deserve better than just hooking up with a Ming. Because he's the only guy who love me and then walk out with your head held high. Just remember to actually say those things in your own hand not out loud because things get a bit all quit the wise that was probably true. The multi-award-winning storytelling series written and produced by me the multi-award-winning Scott Flash Art it was designed to remind all of my quiz siblings that we are non of US alone. You can link transcripts of every episode and all that good stuff probably true podcast dot com if you enjoyed found value in anything. You've heard you can support the show on patriotic Patriot dot com slash. Probably true. And if you want to get in touch just so it's probably true podcast on the socials.
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Footnotes: Jon Ronson
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I love the fact that so parochial, obviously, that's part pig part of the charm of that. It's so British. And there's no is Northern Irish Northern Irish. Okay. But that's sort of generic thing. UK issue. Whereas, of course, you know, sort of barris the wear little cultural necessary. That make sexual stuff so less sexual exactly now your podcast the butterfly effect tackles palm. But shall we say from very different angle too? Yes. So it's a show that we made about the consequences of the tech takeover of the porn industry. So the butterfly fats, the flap of the butterfly wings is kitten, Brussels Fabian fascinating carrots, so interesting and his day was to give the world free porn that was his kind of brainwave, and he got so rich that he ended up with an aquarium with its own diver. You know, you doing well when you get your own dive, I love when you like how rich I wouldn't say, I was rich. To clarify. Okay. Cool. You're rich. The sound of his pool that kind of self up to see press two. Very fun. Definitely on the breadline the way that fading enough monies by eighteen cars, dive dive. Own diver where all the time. I would be lying if I said it was his own dive comes. We would have maybe clean at once a fortnight week. Unlike I mean. I mean, you're clean. Wetsuit dive into the coral. Reef you have not seen. I'm never there when she's that. Maybe that's why maybe she likes. It was suspect one point you get enough money. You just don't know what to do. That's what you get. Reached that point. Yeah. Where did this money? Come from. It came from the pockets of entire community of porn people to explain porn hub. Which was his brainchild its business model was it was facilitating the legal applauding Potard porn. You hit it boys. How how do we didn't realize that all of those sites run by him? But it's such a monopoly. It's not just hold. Shopping around. Tell you what you can go. If you if you have sort of ethical imperative to not give Fabian anymore. Oh, yes. Please X hamsters. That's a free points out. The Fabian does not. Soda content. I'm sure okay. Morality you wanna go so far. So this free pool. So we made this show which was all about chasing, the consequences of Fabian business plan, and some of the consequences. You can imagine a kind of video for his what? Lebron I discovered these incredibly interesting unexpected consequences. One of my was the custom porn. Yes. The reason my custom porn came into existence is because everything's keyword searchable. Now that can the old days porn films would have tattoos like. Women of influence. Blunt. The day. Mike quasar whose let one of the great porn directors. So he was the one who made the billion is blonde women of influence, and he was reminiscing about those golden days while we were on the set of stepdaughter cheerleader orgy. Classic. He explained that the reason why his films these days will step towards really two or Jay or my stepfather. Likes. Inter okay. What's it? The poetry. Yes. Yes creativity. Now, it's just literally sell so or steel steel steel. Yeah. So what they do what people have to do. They have the option is to see what the most searched for key words, and then make films that are based on those most search for terms like stepdaughter cheerleader at org. Jay. Particularly PHD feminist confident. Anything to do any step stuff? Okay. Interesting. It's infest everybody than us sitting around this table. So it seems. Obsessed with incest Pallone as the most searched for pump in the corner incest pong legal in gross. So what they do they call it stepdaughter cheerleader orgy, and if that when we run the Steptoe civility like we for the dialogue sane this story. These guys like have all I like, I like to look if your daughter the mic from behind the cab was going staff. Grow skies. So I said to Mike so other people who were just out keyword searchable who kinda slip through the net. Like, if you're kind of obsessed with everything being keyword searchable other women who just concrete work, keyword, search about yes, if you're not a teen, and you're not a male effect or. If you're twenty five it's kind of impossible to get work in porn because you ought to be a teen too young to be mill. So I said what do people do that in those follow years between male and the answer is custom phone system. Pose you want to explain the most famous example in the show is the guy in Norway wanted his stamp collection. Burning in destroyed by some female pawn stars. Yes, he he had ten turns out the ten books stamps that he collected over lifetime. And yeah, he he makes the Commission's his spoke porn films adjust for him of porn stars destroying his stamps. I by grinding my high heels into them and then by throwing them in the five, and then they all start chanting, burn. I can't believe that's niche. I can't believe. The loads of people want to watch that what's so amazing about stamps man, is that he has to come to incredibly mysterious figure in the valley. Like like, all these spoke porn people like have you had an Email from stamps light? And one time I was with a bespoke poured woman, and I said to her. Did you ever get guy? Asking you to destroy his book stamps at she looks. She said are used. Because I work glass. Sorry because we thought you as not. Not price is just the way. I feel like we could do like a custom porn for Belinda blinked. Feel definitely like recreating a scene through custom porn. We should Email. We actually got an Email. I usually a can't confirm if it was from porn hub think it was porn her. He's your asking us if they could make able Linda blinked sexy with our permission. And what did he say we ever replied? Hey, I'll tell you what if you ever want to go for that. We can put related I can put you in touch with great. Bespoke porn producers who would love that. Would that be legitimising? My dad little bit too much of his his awful of to to suddenly be an actual porn film was just about getting accustomed porn. It's the biggest Kickstarter. Creatively done that well done. We're onto you. Anything else you've listened to Belinda blinks? Yes. I mean, the thing galvanized me the most by far was was about the kind of election ship between you and your further. The fact that you are having to grapple with your father. Alive or life that he wishes he had. Do you think do you think that's the root of the show's popularity? Yeah. I think I think there's something about me discovering that my dad is more than just a father. You know, he is no longer this cipher of Cuban being he's a real person with desires and wants and say, this is turning into Jon Ronson document. Of. The reason. What was it in your childhood, Jamie? What was truly once? I've never seen him to this question. This is very exciting is interesting, isn't it because it's something that we don't ever talk about as we're actually is the most natural thing in the world. You don't wanna be confronted by your parents, fantasies? There's a -sarily when you are. It does actually reveal about them. It's actually brought me and my dad way closer. Actually, I deal with us because we've told it through a podcast, and that's excessive show's been so exciting journey to go on but fantasies tally. We've got so much in common. I have a pot some Spanish to understand in. But I'm trying to. Right. This episode is sponsored by Roman now guys terrible taking care of their health. Whether it's a knee injury about back or something worse. We usually more comfortable rubbing on than seeing Dr. We are James and the same is true for erectile dysfunction. Yes. We're talking about it a rectal dysfunction E D as I like to call. It study show that seventy percent of guys who experience e don't get treated for. 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Enough because it's incredibly, obviously, it's incredibly complicated. Very hard to keep up with the plot. It is not rated. I I had breast Ted breast hits. Yeah. They are definitely not a thing as you know, having been in the. Actually, we imbedded ourselves mainly with my quasar who's actually very funny, and he writes the dialogue the night before. And you can't tell. Some of it's really good. He really could. I think he might of Nick from the Simpsons. When we watch in the filming of Michigan on rump. Spring volume two, by the way. By the way, he said he was surprised as party. There would be a covert Intel. One left. Many unanswered questions. Roy. What's it called a mish girls on rubber spring people? Don't know 'cause obviously measures much moving American thing than so the aim, you know, these cards and the bear and the old fashioned dress. But then when the kids what seventeen personally they go in this thing called rump. Springer I apologize. If any of your image listeners getting getting things. I can tell you. It's only slightly long. If it is wrong for year, the famous poke asserts five whether room Springer one's listening parkas because how about Rome sprinter is that they go out into the world, and they have Sachs and a party. Yeah. In the club, and they do whatever they wanted to and in that year, they decide whether or not to ten year, continuing, exactly. And I think they're pretty cool about it. And it's like if their kids decide, no, I'm I'm all about partying and sex. Parents are like having buttons and frills love these frilly callers. Yes. That's so Mike came up with the idea of having a porn film based on the rump. Spring. All the women dressed in the mish staff. What's going on to knee? Wild for bonnet are they servicing bonnet one line of dialogue that he wrote was a guy knocks on the mish goes. And she says dad half hour this he's on the wagon. And the guy says what is he trying to drink? And she says now, he's actually gonna wagon. That was a solid. Limes four tablets. But sure. Image. Go wild for that. Amy circles is wild. So there's an awkwardness to blend the blink. You don't see in the valley like in the valley? Everybody's very fine with sexy. They don't feel the need to dress it up in any way, all about this slick, I think whereas over lot of times they don't have sex like sometimes gets a bit carried away not not necessarily with the story. But just like you say with those kind of extraneous details, whereas I feel like you kinda get down to business in porn, right? People. Don't want to skip through seventeen minutes back. Note enjoys the dialogue like none of his enjoy the dialogue. Really? Yeah. No. They all have why do they still insist on the storylines a dying breed. He is making the porn that you're watching hotel rooms and you'll buy on DVD's. And of course, almost nobody watches poured in hotel rooms on DVD's anymore ten years ago. That's how I guess fifteen years ago. That's how everybody would watch porn. So Mike his basically making porn for massively shrinking market. But he's just he's just he just loves to write those seen is that because he's financed by the people that want those seems because he knows it's all going to be stolen anyway. Yes. So isn't that a mind it's like it's just about it's like this just tidy razor thin profit margin. Still enough hotels that will pay for there's still enough people who for some insane reason even might kind understand will still go to DVD store. We were onto early this year. We would have the votes where we saw a huge kind of like a big warehouse of poll during the emporium mostly. It was just this station service station. Just quite sad building just loads and loads of DVD's of pornos who comes everybody is. But it was quite busy, actually. But the DVD's went cheap. It was like five hundred pounds and thing. Yeah. Yeah. I think I've just thought of another reason why they have the dialogue say, I think it's because the other way might make money is through softcore. So. I'm certain markets some countries where of course, okay? Hardcore isn't and I reckon soft core. The neatest Nater filler present thing. So the dialogue really helps to those movies that they show on channel five at like midnight area the late nineties. Yeah. They are paying you're probably too young men of the pink triangles journal for maybe. Well, when channel four I started they would show risque erotic films or sort of transgressive films by people like Ken, Russell, you know, that kind of thing, and they would have all light. You know, I know creed sect poured out films, and they would have pig triangles in the corner of the screen to basically warn people about to be comics. Never straight out porn. It was when I started journalism at tissues to call legit Tet. Out. Tradecraft? Yeah. I was amended leak race. I wouldn't say about a person you'll be like, oh that some legitimate walking. I wasn't. So of like men of saying like, that's a it's a high brow lady with a great rock marrying. No, they would say that jeopardy's film that happens to have simulated sex. That's legit. Obviously, we all here to porn podcasts. Is there? A market for audio porn because I've heard of mall. Yes. Is there such a thing as audio on your own? Yeah. I think what is telephone porn. I know lady who who does phone sex for eleven so that works. There must be at story there. You gotta build up to that on the garden bit, right? Become Monica Lewinsky. So I I was listening to slow. Some slow recently. And they Monaco in Clinton had telephoned sex, obviously, audio sex is thing they keep bringing up slow-burn, which is a fantastic podcast of people. Haven't heard it. They. Yeah, they talk about having phones. Excellent. And they kind of say in a bit of an of Han WI with and then they had two more phone sex. But I'm always like what what? You know? So tell me what I've discovered Monica is eve survey lie ecologist plastic questions. You must never ask her about. I've known a fifty now like very much what I tend to do is is way. And if she brings it up I self they're not booking. Question record is the etiquette. When you go and watch a porno being filmed because if you go to the theater, and you see a play, and you not really into it you oversee wait till the interval. And then you may be don't come back. I guess is never done it. But if you if you were enjoying it so little that you wanted to leave. That's probably when you'd go walkout feels rude. A walkout on a porn site. Is that not I've ever snub? I think the opposite is true. I never had this conversation with anybody. But my instincts having been on how many pundits pain on maybe eight ten one nine stint is the less. Attention the pay the better, I actually managed ended up in porn film. I was in public disgrace where I got to close to the to the action. Bespectacled tweedy journalist. Public disgrace and volume. Remember the name of the porn star? He was called Jodie Taylor. And she was being you know, it was like a gang bang in a bar. Just drinking. This was happening. This was the very first porn film. I ever went on. So how did you end up in? I just got a little bit too close to shop. So there is a Beaumont. But if Tweety because I was wearing quiet Tweety jacket Tweety like our like execute. Creeks to shotted writes, down doubted, note, Shikata spoiled erotica million people that Tweety journalists that might be someone's thing. That's what you would think. I mean, I think it would be a niche Kirk. Work. We're gonna make a whole movie on the spectacle our life. My big memory of that night. Just how late the film. It went on for. It was like two I am just stunned standing thinking. Please Jackie light. So I could go. Belinda. Your main objection your I could work in porn, but it's such late nine. Yeah. Which is why Mike quasar who who embedded ourselves. Whether it was such a blessing because he should during the day. He's not interested in late. Now, he just wants to get in here. So sick of people have sex. But that's all he's done since the nineties wash people of sex, and he has he I've never known to hate sex. And. Yeah. So he just wants to get in shooter doesn't keep himself or anybody else waiting any longer than they have to eat just forcing today pretty much like five or six days a week will be will be filming somebody have sex now. Whatever time anybody listens to this. Johnson. Evergreen comment. Really is the audience had to improvise in public disgrace. Because the narrative was more simpler than the Nida. It's not. Basically. Wow. That's a woman is pulled into a bar buy the Trix possess. Donna. The the people in the tax apprised like oh my God universe going on. And then into it. There were supposed to call things out the audience is full of hipsters like for some reason, they ended up getting hipsters for the crowd. The new. Tweet and pick mo- great memory of it was was trying to help out by shouting things out that would be helpful another very goods at one puts shutout. 'cause they were trying to humiliate the woman and shouted out put ice on her tune. Embarrassed. I saw her. Credit him for giving a trial live. I didn't do. Crept up close in price. I made then 'cause I know that for sure because I st- Twitter whether laxity ever watched disgrace seed in it and somebody like within ten minutes and be screen shot. So definitely with family runs. Gather round. Daddy's unscreened. I feel at search is going to go up for that. Now, people are gonna find that. Right comment on it with something Belinda blinked related. So yeah. The heads Princess Donner Jodie Taylor public disgrace. You know what today? Today. John, thank you. So so much for coming in Pongal your knowledge about poor, and we feel much more. Learn at now. No, thank you. This has been like an honor fails at the time. I I met Louis through. We will at least two distantly constantly being compared to that all over again. We're brethren.
Podcast 185: Trump Signs Executive Orders After Coronavirus Relief Talks
"Saturday president trump signs an executive order to help stimulate the economy and help those who may be a need because of corona virus and just basically because corona virus relief talks between the Democrats and Republicans in Washington DC have fallen apart time and time again. Now all the left wing media and of course, Nancy Pelosi have come out him pash trump as an illusionist who is designing something through an executive order. This not even legitimate our money Monday topic here. Own Front. Porch? Politics. Welcomed to front porch politics conservative conversation for a complicated country, and now your host, the punt cater of common sense and coffee Connoisseur David Moore, and thank you Dr. Harrison. For that introduction I am David Marsh, the pontificate of common sense and your coffee connoisseur coming to you once again from front porch politics podcast my friends, my family. My fellow conservatives for the liberties that we have in America. Welcome once again to the front porch. You know it's amazing that you can have so much vitriol hate for the American people but I want to explain to you why I believe Nancy Pelosi and other do now let me give you a little background here before we weight off into deeper waters. Nancy Pelosi was part of the leadership that pushed through the national affordable healthcare. Act they stamp that without even reading the bill she told you that herself. They went through the House through the Senate and Obama signed it. That is because they had control. The Democrats did in they were pulling the strings. So they were okay with increasing your insurance cost and eliminating your. Choice of your doctor and everything else. But in two thousand, sixteen, of course, rattled the cages of all those in Washington and it proved that there is a swamp that needed to be drained and I think we're learning that more and more every day. So. Now we find ourselves in a situation in twenty twenty amid stay pandemic of Corona virus, and we have a Democrat controlled House of Representatives in a Republican controlled Senate, and they have been bickering back and forth Tommy Tom McGinnis, not little kids about how they're going to deal with money sent four corona virus stimulus. Now. What you need to understand is what the Democrats in the house were asking for. They were asking for probably around three to four trillion dollars in spending. They were GONNA be signing chicks out to everybody, and that's never a good deal because that's just a form of socialism which does not work. They were going to spend us into debt. They would not negotiate with the trump administration or the Republicans in the Senate on anything. So they didn't cave I'll give you this much. They are going to be standing firm on what they believe and they did not cave. The reason I bring that up is there was four plans presented to the house four different options. So they said, okay, here's option one, two, three, four. They would not pick any of those and there even rejected to have discussions on those. Now they did have talks. But all the talks lay it to here's what we won't what we're going to get. If we don't get it, we're gonNA take our ball and go home and that's exactly what happened. So president trump comes in, he sees that the American people may need help or he sees that there are issues that need to be fixed and he knows it Nancy Pelosi is not going to cave. She's going to be pushing for an extreme leftist thought the whole time. What does he do? Will he uses the power of an executive order to fix some of the temporary relief problems that we may need right now because of everything going on with co Vid. Will Pelosi has come out in now stated that she thinks that this is not legitimate and that solution. Okay and we're going to get to that in just a moment but let me explain something to you. This is the same speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi who was more than happy to say that it was legitimate when Barack Obama. Signed an executive order four Dhaka. It wasn't a law. It wasn't something that went through the house was something that went through the Senate and look I have friends who are Daca recipients. And when they signed this order with. They took every young child and every person who qualified and they put them in immigration purgatory forever. There is no pathway to citizenship. There is no way that the people who are here working hard paying taxes they had to get a tax ID number to work. This is how they were allowed to work, but they were basically saying, Hey, we'll take your taxes. We'll take your money you can't be a citizen. Now, I'm all four people coming here and becoming citizens I wanted them to do it legally but I'm all for that any young child who has drove across the border brawl through they have no choice in that sometimes their parents you know not saying this particular case in the friends I know their parents will love you know give them to other people to bring across. So. All that being said, Nancy Pelosi was happy to support the executive order from the Obama Administration that put all Daca recipients into immigration purgatory and she wanted to call it legitimate. At, the same time president trump is trying to help the working people of America. And Look. There's things. He does I don't like those things he does. But he saw that there was not going to be any relief because the Democrats have decided if they can rip our economy if they can hurt our economy fake can hurt you the working men and women of America if they can hurt you, they can keep you from voting for him. Now that to me would be an indication if they're trying to push this hard to keep our economy shutdown and they're working this hard to hurt him, there's probably a reason why they don't want him in power. I want to give you just a basic idea here I'm not saying this is how it is but I'm just I just want you to think this because I believe this to be true. See the Democrats went Obama wasn't office that I go round when they passed the national affordable healthcare wreck. They could have fixed immigration. I mean they they could have called the shots on how immigration would be fixed because they had control of the House control of the Senate, and the executive branch with one of the most corrupt and left. Wing presidents to ever exist. But they didn't do it. Why not? Because immigration is one of those points that they want to use. Politically they don't really care about these people needs Pelosi doesn't care about those who are docker recipients she does not care. Let me just be honest with you. If she did care, she would negotiate if she did care, she would have made sure there was a pathway to citizenship. So if you are someone out there, who know someone who's doctor recipient educate that person let them know that Pelosi. Had Plenty of time to fix this. So did the Democrats in the Senate so did President Obama but they didn't he waited until he was losing control of the House to turn around and then offer Daca is an executive order. Which gave no pathway to citizenship. I it's all about political staging in. It's all about having talking points because if they learn. If the Democrats learn or fear. That the Hispanic population is to vote conservative because it may actually be in their best interest. They've got to keep something to stir the pot with, and that's exactly what is happening right here with the stimulus bill. So let me tell you just a little bit about bill pardon me executive order. So let me tell you just a little bit about what this executive order. Actually does. So talks broken down, it will actually extend unemployment benefits for those who may not be working because you're Democrat governor or Democrat control mayor or whoever it may be. If you're out of work, your unemployment benefits are going to be extended now is not the six hundred dollars additional is four hundred but still you have that extension he's going to suspend payroll taxes. Okay. Let me tell you why that's important. Now Pelosi has come out and say John Trump is trying to kill yourself Shoshu. Curie. Okay. That is not true at all unless probably a terrible impression but that's what. She's talking to me. But she's accusing the president of Toronto do away with your social security. That is not at all. What is taking place here he is suspending the payroll taxes, which is about seven and a half percent that goes to those making a certain certain amount of money, which is one hundred thousand dollars annually. Okay. That is putting money back in the pockets of working, Americans so. Instead, of pandering to people and just giving everybody free money guess who benefits from this executive order those of you who are working those of you who are out there actually keeping our country afloat. Ratna. All because there's so many other people who are not hitting lick and a snake or anything. Now, I know some of you right now are unemployed in you can't help that. There there's simply no way that you can become employed right now there may be away that you can't be employed because your employer is shut down by the state. That's where the unemployment benefits extension comes into play. But the suspension of payroll taxes gives you the liberty to have a little bit more money in your pocket to spend and it keeps our federal government from having it, and of course, Pelosi comes out and says that is trying to kill social. Security Sorry Nancy true. It also in this executive order offered federal evictions in Student Loan Relief So what does that mean? It will extend the ability of someone to come in and kick you out of your house if your mortgage is overdue or your rates over to you. So the federal government would prevent you from being kicked out of your property. What are we told by the stream socialist leftist all the time AFC leave in oppressively in ill haunt Omar you know housing is humid. Rod Housing a Human Brat we gotta make sure the people have housing. Okay. They want provide you with government housing which would suck. Let me just tell you but we have here at executive order that would keep you in the House that you have. Of course, until the economy recovers so you can decide here. Which one you think would be a better play a house given to you by the government, which is demanded that you accept or the house, that you chose that right now because of our economy in Corona virus and everything else you're getting to stay in your home, you make that choice. Now, the last part of this relief executive order with student loan relief, which just basically says, all student loan payments and interest will be forbade. We'll be pushed back until the start of the year. So all this is drove the Democrats crazy. Let me tell you why Nancy Pelosi is biting her nails front now because this was a savvy political move by president trump, I don't doubt one bit that they're wanting to help people because if he did not want to help people, he wouldn't do it. He would just simply say, nope, screw you. You can learn to find you somewhere to live and live off the money. That you're getting from unemployment were not WanNa, make an extension and pay your student loans back plays but he didn't do that and also want you to know and pay attention to this executive order was not for the quote wealthy people that are going to be controlling everything. See that's the narrative that's push Lonzo's trump only cares about his wealthy France came this applies to people making less than one hundred, thousand dollars a year. So anyone. Who is making ten thousand dollars a year anyone making twenty, five, thousand dollars a year those low-wage earners at Walmart or at Zach's B.'s or wherever you won't go. This helps those folks out. This helps out the people who are working for living and Democrats are fighting against. So. If you are just a regular person like me, you're just a regular are working person who wants to raise your family. You don't pay the taxes you got to pay but you WANNA raise your family and just be a good decent person this help Xi Wild And I don't understand why Democrats are. So against except for the simple fact, it is a political talking point for them. They WANNA kill the economy folks I'm telling you that is what they're stage to do. Because they want a big brother mentality to step in and say Oh, we're here to save you. So the direct quote that Nancy Pelosi Gay by the way. So I can just give this to you is what he's doing is undermining social security and Medicare. So these are allusions colossus. Pelosi Senate not. Caluzzi Pelosi. said that. Will. What is happening here is president trump made the statement make no doubt about it number one this does not hurt your social security if you're so security recipient, this does not this does hurt your. Medicare. You know this is this is a tactic that's been used several times by Pelosi in her party in the past where they'll tell you all you know here's a conservative here's a Republican they wanna take away your social security name the throw your grandma off the side of a canyon. Vini of you listen to Sean Hannity hate US credit example of this because there were literally wasn't at in the nineties where they said that they were gonNA throw granny off a cliff. But that is not the case at all the cutting of the payroll taxes is to help stimulate the economy. Again, remember who is going to is going to those people who were making less than one hundred, thousand dollars a year. Now to the talking point of this is important. President Trump did state that he hopes that if he wins relation he wants to cut the payroll tax permanently. Now he cannot do that through executive order that would have to come through legislation. But what would it do if they cut seven and a half percent of the payroll tax out of your paycheck every week will it will give you seven and a half percent of your money back in. I guess the way that I'll look at it is this GonNa give you say five dollars per one thousand. Okay. So if you make a thousand dollars a week that's going to give you seventy five dollars, which would entail be three hundred dollars a month roughly okay. That three hundred dollars a month could be used for limiting your credit card debt for paying off your student loans for flying towards your mortgage. The only issue is here we have to see how this will long-term effect our federal government because let's just be honest you cannot continue to spend money you do not have, and at the end of the day, the money that they're spending in Washington DC is our money. So. We hope you learned something. Hope that educate someone. We hope that you share the gospel of conservatism that you go out and you educate this mush brains who were trying to think Pelosi stays for them because she is not always remember to follow US David. Marchant calm. You can subscribe to the podcast follow social media. We hope to keep you educated on everything that we do. And we hope to give you bonds pick on Wednesday until the and my God bless you God. Bless America and we will see you real say. Thank. You for listening for free resources, additional PODCASTS, and to join the front. Porch newsletter. Please visit David L. Marks. Dot Com.
92. Las claves de Mahasiah, por Kabaleb
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End of Life is a Human Endeavor, Not a Medical Issue with Dr. Shoshana Ungerleider, Founder at End Well
"Hey Outcomes rocket friends thanks for tuning in to the PODCAST. Once again as a leader in healthcare you have big ideas great products a story to tell and are looking confer ways to improve your reach and scale your business. However there's one tiny problem healthcare's tough to navigate and the typical sales cycle is slow low? That's why you should consider starting your own podcast as part of your sales and marketing strategy at the outcomes rocket I've been able to reach thousands of people every single month that I wouldn't have otherwise been able to reach if I not started my podcasts. Having this organic reach enables me to get the feedback necessary to create podcasts at delivers value. That you are looking for and the same thing goes if you start a podcast for what you learn from your customers the best thing about podcasting zing in healthcare is that we're currently at the ground level. meaning that the number of people in healthcare listening to podcasts. Small but growing rapidly. I put together. Gather a free checklist for you to check out the steps on what it takes to create your own podcast. You could find that at outcomes rocket dot health slash podcast. Check it out today today and find a new way to leverage the sales marketing and outcomes of Your Business. That's outcomes rocket dot health slash podcast Welcome back once again to the outcomes rocket podcast we chat with today's most successful and inspiring health leaders. Today I have a very special guest for you. Her name is Dr Shoshana under lighter. She's the founder at an will. She's a physician philanthropist and speaker. She received her medical degree from Oregon Health and Science University in Portland and completed residency at California Pacific Medical Center. She's got a lot going on right now. She's passionate about improving. How people are cared for throughout the continuum of life? She started the under lighter. The PALLIATIVE Care Education Fund support innovative programs that further palliative care and she's also a starter of the company. As I told you an well very focused focus in this piece but on top of that. She's also a producer. She executive produced a film by the name of endgame a short documentary on hospice and Palliative care. It received a Kademi were will with Academy Award Directors Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman but she also found that extremists. It's a short documentary about end of life decision making in the intensive care unit and this film was premiered at Tribeca Film Festival and was nominated for Academy Award nominated for two Emmy Awards so as you can see here. This physician frontline also producer. Entrepreneur is very passionate about the space space. And it's with a big pleasure that I welcome Shoshana to the podcast. Welcome thank you so much for. Having me is a pleasure now Shoshana did I leave anything in your intro. True that you wanNA share with the listeners. Gosh you covered a lot. I guess my my only thing that I would add is my favorite hobby is sending Karaoke. Love it any any favorite songs. Oh man there's so many Whitney Houston so I if somebody is a is a crowd famous I love it. Yeah it's a great one so love the Carioca joking obviously very focused in this niche of end of life. What would you say just going back to the root of it all got you into the medical sector? It was funny. I studied the needs life at ten different majors in college. I was kind of all over the place everything from Spanish. The Fine Arts to Women's studies I finished college with a degree. Degree focused on marine biology. Actually thought I was going to pursue a PhD there. And I and I realized the very very end of college that after spending a few months at the Marine in lab on the Oregon coast that I was not going to be happy studying little tiny microorganisms floating around in oceans. I I really wanted to Work with people and so decided to the premed route so I ended up back in school and then many years later in medical school. Nice Nice so you made a really great choice right because obviously you've contributed a lot and you're enjoying what you're doing Shoshana. What do you think is a hot topic that needs to be on every remake leaders agenda today? And how are you in your organization tackling it well at the topic I care. Most deeply about is improving the end of life to make it a more human centered heard experience so we have ten thousand baby boomers turning sixty five every single day in this country and even if we every day yeah and actually actually. The latest estimates are even higher. So even if we were to have massive breakthroughs in longevity science never in our history will such a large number of people died in such a short timespan coming from natural causes right and to further complicate this causes of death are now largely chronic conditions. It can require care for years and years and I think with the work that I'm doing with the end. Well which is a project which is a nonprofit is or coming after a few different angles. We we started in thinking about medical education reform to train Clinicians in how to have conversations with patients about knows about goals goals of care about palliative medicine fundamentals. We continue to support that but we also realized that a broader societal shift you know needs to take place. An an ice firmly believe that dying is not a medical issue. It's a human issue so we've created a media platform and we support an annual international national symposium which means people from the worlds of tech of health care of policy education issue advocacy the media arts and faith communities to really create an interdisciplinary network and try to develop human centered solutions for the end of life experience. So we're kind of like to say we're bringing Lina creative experts. The technical experts in the life experts into one room. Love that and you bring are really good distinction. You know it's it's end of life. It's not a medical condition condition. It's a life thing it happens. So what message would you give to the folks listening about and of life and how they address this. Gosh Oh shit it somewhat depends on where you're coming from in terms of the conversation but I to me. I think it first starts with personally reflecting on and what matters most to you as a human being as sort of how you live your life and then having a conversation about that with the people that you love we we know that critical conversations are not taking place to make sure that the care people get is care that they really want and I'm talking healthcare and care otherwise and so I think the more that people can be thinking about this and talking about it gets them closer to making sure that on those things are aligned for them suck great great message there. Shoshana can you give the listeners. An example of how an well is creating results and doing things things differently to improve outcomes absolutely so dwell is a nonprofit and one thing I've learned. Is that really really silo road. In our approach to problem solving around the end of life experience. I think doctors talk to other doctors. And then you have the this people talking to other hospice people and of course insurers peaked. Insurers and the policymakers speak to policymakers and nobody seems to be talking to patients and while we are all all in agreement that our healthcare system is broken. The majority of what we propose as solutions is to rearrange or just to fine tune what we already have. I think we've really internalize the idea. That specifically death is a medical issue so we keep looking for medical solutions. I think what's what's unique about. Dwell is that we're really focused on bringing diverse voices a real inter professional group of people together to listen and to learn mm from each other and our symposium which this year's December sixth in San Francisco is took really create a cultural shift that supports new collaborations since new systems protocols and even products that foster new and existing network supports in this really hasn't been done before in this particular arena and we've been successful in terms of the metrics that we're looking at so dwell 2017 our inaugural event we sold out three three months beforehand and had several hundred people on our waiting list to attend we. Just that blew our minds that this topic that people really wanted to dive into our hash tag on twitter Hashtag will seventeen reached over ten million twitter impressions twenty seats in fifteen countries in a matter of hours we had CNBC E NPR's on being able to score magazine all cover our event so that shows us just in terms of reach that the people are really wanting to engage in this content content related to end of life. And so we're gonNA keep going that's awesome non. Thank you for that church. Shawna and folks if end of life is on your mind you definitely Netflix. Need to check out the conference. That's coming up in December. It's the end well project DOT. Org If you look up and well project dot org you'll find find information there. It's coming up. It's in San Francisco definitely one that you'll wanNA miss. You won't WanNa miss especially if you're wanting to surround yourself with the thought leaders in this space and and Tissue Shannon's point right knocked down those silos Zor or connect the silos at least to be able to make some strides in this space. Because it's definitely needed. It was an example Shoshana of time when you had a setback. I feel like we learn more from these setbacks. What did you learn from that said absolutely well you know? I think what I want to share as maybe not necessarily a setback but something that early on we realized I I. I started off my career around philanthropy thinking about medical education reform. What I knew was residency training and that they were major her gaps or maybe we'll call them opportunities for training providers in communication skills in Palliative care fundamentals and so I thought dot well if we can train all all healthcare providers in how to have these really important conversations with patients in a more effective manner and if they have an understanding of palliative care care like that will improve outcomes? And I think that that's very true but I really quickly realized that. Scale and sustainability. We're going to be huge issues. Thinking about the many many programs around the country each have their own ways of funding of thinking about curriculum of thinking about these issues. Frankly and if I'm somebody that has bigger goals for change and I wanted to have this happen in my lifetime right so I really shifted my focus. I time my energy my resources to tackle some of these issues from the consumer side and I realized that that was what I'm betting on it was going to be more impactful so I've gotten much more involved in documentary film as a vehicle for sharing this information sparking conversation and creating the end while platform really really as focused on culture shifts. Yeah you know and and Shoshana I love a love. You saw that right I mean you. You're like okay. I'm GonNa aim at these institutions. These is these educational institutions and quickly. Just saw that wait a minute I want to scale this and I don't see it happening so you made a quick shift and went to the consumer and I love that he did that and did it in such a creative way. I mean you went to the documentary space. I mean what sparked that idea well. The idea was already happening. So it turned out that A good friend of mine. A friend colleague Dr Jessica Xavier and I were having coffee and she mentioned. She's an ICU. Dock and also practices palliative medicine. And she and I were having coffee and she said listen. -Vivor tell you they're filming a documentary in the ICU. About end of life. And I said no like what. What do you mean like incredible? So she connected me with the director and it spent several months actually already filming at Highland Hospital in Oakland and and He sent me a five minute rough cut. I was totally blown. Away by film is not something that I had studied in school or the even knew much about but I just when I saw those that really brief footage I just thought osh like this is a story that needs to be told and he's captured in such an amazing way and I. I've always felt that we need to let people in to what it's really like to be seriously ill in a setting like the ICU. So that they understand can't it'll maybe what they're signing up for or maybe they don't want that or at least to empower people with information so that they can make mess decision in for them selves about what they might want. Should that issue arise. And so I- funded that film and never in a million years that I think that it would take off like a dead. Did I think we just got really lucky. And Bertha maker. Dan Kraus just did an amazing job. That's awesome Shoshana and listeners. Think of yourself as a coffee table all right. Now you're sitting here with with Shoshana with me. You're hearing this this topic of end of life. We're connecting silos right now as we speak peak. So don't wait. This is an opportunity. Don't wait and do something about it right. If you're looking to make make something better happen within the space of end of life do it now so Shoshana you pivoted. You had some great great success. What would you say one of your proudest medical leadership experiences or moments that you had to Badar? I don't know if this is a medical leadership experience but getting to go to the Oscars was pretty unbelievable. And it's pretty cool. It is on Netflix. was nominated last year so that really blew my mind. I was also named woman of the year by the women's healthcare healthcare executives of more than congratulations once ago so that was really a wonderful healthcare focused experience. But yeah it's been a wild ride the last two years. That's for sure that's awesome and and you know the message here. Listeners is like Shoshana right. She was mission focused she was outcome centered. And there's so many ways that you could get the word out and share your passion and your solution it could be a medical device. It could be a process. It could be a documentary in this case knows you. You may be sitting next to Shoshana at those awards next time right but just do it and so should Shana. What would you say right now in the midst of all the things things that you've got going on great things that you've got going on is an exciting project or focus that you WanNa talk to us about? Yes our second film a different team of the filmmakers I executive produce called endgame which you mentioned earlier about hospice and Palliative care and that was done by Academy Award Winning Directors Jeffrey Friedman Men and Rob Epstein just came out on Netflix. And we're actually launching a national impact campaign focused on education related to the film both for medical article professionals and for the general public so or hosting screenings across the country with a curriculum to help spark these important conversations related to you advanced care planning to discussions of mortality in really what it means for all of us to live well until the very end. I'm really excited about that or be. Be rescreening it around the country over the next six to nine months and people can actually host their own screenings so that you don't need us you can actually log in and get get some folks together to watch it and talk about it now. This is super exciting so the end well film. Is this something that listeners. That WANNA know more. We are working they go for this absolutely. There's a couple of places but probably the most straightforward is the end game documentary website. So the film itself extremes on Netflix. So you just type in endgame on your Netflix Account But if you wanna read or check out the resources for the documentary. That's on our are documentaries website. Which is Endgame Dash Documentary Dot Com awesome so simple check it out on your net flicks or endgame dot com a slash documentary? No actually endgame Dash Documentary Dot Com. Oh God endgame Dash Documented Dot Com. There you have it folks and what will do to his will will provide you links to this this film on the show notes that the podcast so make sure you check that out so were getting and close to the end here Shoshana. Let's pretend you and I are building a medical leadership course on what it takes to be successful in medicine today. It's the One oh one of Dr Shoshana Unger Lighter and so I've got four questions. Lightning round style for you followed by your favorite book that you recommend to the listeners. You Ready Yup all right. What's the best way to improve healthcare outcomes I think aligning incentives to achieve the quadruple? Aim which is improving patient experience excreting better population health lowering the cost of care all while increasing the joy and wellbeing of providers that. What's the biggest mistake or pitfall to avoid? Well I think the best way to avoid mistakes or pit bulls is constantly. Ask Yourself is what I'm doing today. Serving my overall goal or my mission. Yes and I think it's easy to get distracted off tracks constantly reevaluating. That is really important. It's a great great tip there. How do you stay relevant as an organization despite constant change? Gosh I think there's so many ways to think about this for me In terms of focusing on cultural change I think figuring out how to best leverage social media. Yeah stink currents which we don't always do the best job of healthcare on linked in. There's a two hundred and fifty million monthly active users. Twitter's three hundred thirty million in that as of early this year. FACEBOOK two point one nine billion monthly active users. So I think leveraging if we're thinking about culture change leveraging the world although of social media love that what's one area of focus that should drive everything in an organization. Well I think I can tell you what we're focused on. We we want all care. Healthcare or otherwise to be aligned with people's goals and values of how they live their lives and our end goal as a nonprofit is actually go out of business business or to shut our doors because we're no longer needed eight. That's the that's the end goal love nets. So what would you say. Your favorite book is Shana several but the one I would recommend is being mortal. If you haven't already read at by Dr Atocha one day. Love that folks check out all the resources provided by Shoshana here the the syllabus that we just put together go to outcomes rocket dot health slash en dwell. And you're gonNA find all that there as well as a transcript of our discussion discussion today just Shannon before we conclude I love if you could just share a closing thought with the listeners and in the best place they could follow or get in touch with you. Sure I you know. I like to challenge listeners. Out there to think about reframing our conversations in healthcare so what if the entire healthcare system was geared toward asking patients. One question and that question is what are your goals and values of how you want to live your life and then tailoring all care based on the answers to that question. And whether it's about treating high blood pressure diabetes or talking about serious illness none of life. I think this is a way to shift after thinking and move forward and you can thank you. You can reach me at SHOSHANA UNGER LIGHTER DOT COM. Or if you can't spell that which I know it's hard on twitter at Shoshu. MD I'm on linked data on facebook. Instagram haven't yet figured out snapchat. But I'm available. I I love it listeners. They have it sure. Shannon has provided several ways several channels to get in touch with her and her work. Take action do your part to make this end of life life process better for your patience for your loved ones and I think in this interview we provided multiple ways for you to take action so there. It Be Shoshana documentaries the upcoming documentary or just checking out her conference do something about it. It's it's definitely a great opportunity. Tony for all of us to tackle SOCIA- just want to say a big. Thank you to you for sharing your mind your heart with us and we're really excited to keep up with your work. Thank you you sound like. It was great to chat with you. Hey Outcomes rocket friends thanks for tuning in to the podcast once again as a leader healthcare you have big ideas great products a story to tell and are looking for ways to improve your reach and scale your business. However there's one tiny problem healthcare's tough to navigate and the typical sales sale cycle is slow? That's why you should consider starting your own podcast as part of your sales and marketing strategy at the outcomes rocket I've been able to reach thousands of people every single month that I wouldn't have otherwise been able to reach if I started my podcast. Having this organic reach enables me to get the feedback feedback necessary to create a podcast at delivers value. That you are looking for and the same thing goes if you've started podcast for what you could learn from your customers. The best thing about podcasting in healthcare is that we're currently at the ground level. meaning that the number of people in healthcare listening to podcasts a small but growing rapidly. I put together a free checklist for you to check out the steps on what it takes to create your own podcast. You could find that at outcomes rocket dot health slash podcast check it out today and find a new way to leverage the sales marketing and outcomes of Your Business. 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Footnotes: James Haskell
"Hello, welcome to my dad wrote a porno the footnotes. Now for our guest this week, we have England international rugby legend. James school go in God. I am so excited. This is the single grace chief of my life. My dad wrote porn are have supplies stomach. It's been a long time coming this. We've been trying to his ages. We've been talking and I came down to the very first live show, which was was incredible abroad khloe along. She's very upset that she's not here this evening. Yes, she wanted to come watch, I think, can kill. Viscious voyeur. Yeah. So then could be on their weddings off anyway. Req- often what I wrote, but we appreciate it. We appreciate you being here. Now James, you have been so diligently you've made notes? Yes, I have for every series because every. Don't ever explain the case. So so my point is such a roller coasters, you know, right. So intense. So exciting so much going on, but it's also one of the things I hear, and then I need an instant hotline to call in because I have so many questions and so many queries. I want to like interrupt and say, oh my God, what we're talking thinking, what was he doing like desma than the last one who lives in a bed sit? Why. Inge com. He's such a sorry state in the video cameras. Can Jews Bree. Jews Bree shady flat with like nos mill skits on the toilet, the horrible things cameras that he didn't even use what mad mine wrote this book. They didn't use the cameras. Gonna make home video when he talented down with bits of old newspaper. There's nothing about pussies everywhere I told him. Well, that's about a question. Did you bring flooding back James? I think block most of our out my head, but it's become really in. The star of book full was a wedding. There was like three. We thought we were going to be the wedding for the whole. It went on for ever that, what does what we were like the wedding of the year. But obviously there was another big wedding this year that you went to the Royal wedding, how was it unbelievable everything you'd want it to be? Actually, I was, yeah. I was kind of blown away about the whole affair. I've been not enough to have wall and Koumba invite. I thought must be mistake or so. Never let me anyway. I am surprised as well. Were they checked out the door several times the fuck fucking. And I just think it was. Yeah, it was awesome. I wasn't sure I was going to be able to go supposed to be playing, debut injured, convenient. Made that made that point was, oh, you should've been this point. The team tried a week to to get fit to do it Harry and Meghan getting married. So it was one of the things we ended up side. We lost the game, which is a shame, but I was at the wedding and it was amazing. Was anything like chisels wedding? No. The weddings, an interesting one because how politics daddy's about sakes, how he just legitimate, let someone get fingered in the middle of the church. I would've thought of all the places, nothing good a possibly gone on. He would have written jerk. She, yeah, she Almonte God. It's an unwritten rule isn't he's not Tanga amendment, but don't diddle someone into church, but it was none of that going on. Oprah. I didn't go unmet, Tom hardy. He's an Oscar. I bet you guys on like house on fire. I think fan boy on him to make him do the bane voice. No, that is a bit. We'll make him do a bit a call, make onto nothing in a headlock. I tell you, I did the best moment of my life, the ham to the wedding, and I don't wanna sound pretty key. I'll tell you anyway. I went to a gig of Elton John's at the genes festival awhile ago and I managed to get backstage, meet him amazing. I actually with nNcholas hope this where him. Fast-forward cut us the roll wedding. I'm talking to khloe tap on the shoulder. I turn around and he's l. Java. So Elton tier. So. Joan. He said, Heller, James, how're you? And I was. Literally almost had a fucking full meltdown, and I was very good and we had a little chat told him how much I loved him in the kings magic circle. Oh yeah. And played himself. Of home body of work. That was the thing. People Ray tiny. Cameo when that was unbelievable, winning performed four songs kind of where closes you guys out to meet. And for me, that was the best thing. Just watching them sing that close to him and ever having a great time having the speeches and stuff was the whole day you full day guest. Qualify, but it was just awesome. It's one person I didn't meet, which I really wanted to interests Elba. Yeah, I love Luther. He's a personal friend who see now I've remember me. Jays you'll know why on John remember too. He was Google image that. She loves his rugby, unbelievably. So yeah, I'll shut right. Ordeal. Good cook. Baywatch crime as told many zones already said that on the problem Ripley head of the best bit. Unbelievable. Cast. I'm cost go and cry. Khloe. But also, yeah, that is one of the problems. One of the James Kifah thought you were one of the revelers that does gathering outside. June the cocoa lovely plight with both vices on it's great. Miniatures we saw. Oh, yeah. She inside become believe that. That's fun. Thank you. Yeah. Do you have to rein in a bit more than a normal wedding because you're not gonna get off your face? Are you at the Royal wedding? Put some amazing stories which are not even from this one actually from. I was very lucky to go to Mike Tindall Phillips sweating. This isn't your first real wedding guilty. So you'll do me a favor gave me on this. He will not stop putting remain, but no, actually, I think if Brenton interim on big time is at least five listeners. But actually, I think you'll find a many front covers. That what mental incredible I woke up next day. Also this. What. On top the red hot, let the absolute sketch sketches. Look, I had that like monkey just on my back. You're going to die when humans demons from hell. The drink Dame so much. I sat on the train on the way about from Scotland, just head on the window going, oh my God. This is the worst moment of our life. What did I do? What did I do is worse than I company I did that. You know, it was more go, get, blackout drunk. Remember every single detail. Can you give us more pigs at one member of the Royal family was carrying around. Was I tried to take him home will. They said, no. I said, yes. That's probably why he invited you to his own wedding. It was really Howie, possibly. Did you manage to get them to pretty far until the place. Fat to you're a good. Oh, my God. Definitely turned Wrigley. Shot marooned. So you're married? Yes. What you planning your wedding, go to legal one in the UK you're doing an abroad wedding? We are. You would. 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Barstool Rundown - October 21, 2019
"Absolutely one damn brick by brick oh that's pretty good throw a Brooklyn the side to all right it's the rundown what Tober twentieth employees no the Astros are going back to the world theories top night the Yankee fans across the world campus I Louis C. let me see these I'd be more at ease on sent fake breaks so these I was going to happen witness it live by getting your tickets upcoming NASCAR RACE IN NASCAR DOT com slash tickets NASCAR fever catch it I didn't really spider huge thing would you be mad if someone through brick you like this one just people start throwing bricks like I'm not saying they should please don't the Yankee fans you can't have anything better the worldwide has sports thing Frankie unbelievable two run home run to tie it up the fuck did I put my so I never lost a fumble publisher or big bricks these are actually pretty cool I'm not gonNA RIP Weibring World Series won the all time streams in both worlds every in every year as the pressure mounts for these drivers to lock in their championship spot be sure to tune into the NASCAR playoff this Sunday at Martinsville three PM Eastern NBC Sports Network Ah People to start doing that but if they did you can't be mad who would actually be great for the brand so a guy who's applying for a job who has the brick by which I'm wearing who came up with them Y we stream why we stream it's why we stream and it was such a classic day where I was like I was streaming when the Wisconsin Illinois and I was like you Egypt race they actually asked him we want to carve phoenix now I don't know the time to pull together this week we had to Martinsville where rex and fight seem to happen uh-huh that's not very smart because I got a fucking off but if they did well there's a guy who threw bridgier head like put Dave by break we love you dude we love you so much we're gonna just it off I watched every single and you have a fucking second grader hit a fucking Homerun to go to the world series we get the Chapman Chapman Oscar loves it he was he was like yelling above the race I kept on thinking something's happening events I think he's going to have a podcast the the time and they can't get up and up we have nine which I mean that's one twenty years ago no it's ten but it's one fucking Sickos I'm ruined watching this and then I just was laying in bed watching the Yankee fans die and it's the greatest thing in the world that why we I mean the rockets the the emotion and that the lose it so perfect just an unbelievable unbelievable time to be alive native it is awesome swapping schemes swapping schemes okay very young painter paint schemes Oh yeah John's performance afterwards was just oh it was great and he knew it too because I texted him out to the Lemay Hugh home run and I was like which was unbelievable that was credited to him title in twenty years it's not the way they have to start when what is the Yankees understand ninety I watched every single about every single game in the season about about throw a bunch of bricks your head but you can't be mad at that you're saying to your brand Jay London w smash them again what have I want Eric Cole fucking right listen to me now I'm not gonNA teachable John Gill Fuck in the playoffs now down to eight with four races remaining the next round of races include short-track at Martinsville Texas Phoenix void field is cut in the final four for Gympie right right I just I hope we can play a card and the thing is crazy is you know what the fuck air coil ruin they all suck and I hope the fucking all lose let's go nats book you Action Dole hundred we'll give you fucking suck you shock anymore he fuck himself all right bye the start of a dynasty you you don't have any nothing none of these kids it's like a little kid on the video that we have on there just like ranting and raving Mo- it's it's like a buying fucking hurt you loser cylinder fucking bench you know what I want Garrett Cole this agency we I'd go listen alone I'm going to be late nights and sexual health and just listening guys right after it was it was so like you like now I know the two run home run he was like this is a good thing because you guys short porch no good I don't give up is one no some Jay Jay Okocha who fucking fuck you funky you know how long I'm all in office what did you guys think of cowardice verse Frankie never done for them at the one thousand percent correct is it thousand you've just a fan of nothing to what point you just be like the Yankee way now that we like because they're still he was at the game in the front row is one of the most preposterous arguments of what we cancelled the stream on Friday tony now not going to be a family friendly video kitten I okay was it right because we'll hubs came up to me and he's like mostly Yankee people are gone which they were there are like ev and in says name wrong because you always say I will say cowardice as wrong about anything his arguments on not doing why he talk about baseball was gonNA throw hand yeah Freddie won that battle but when the war by the by the virtue of the game I would ask them nobody asks them like but he wasn't here right the but he is right that like he can now hold that over I'm just sitting there and was legitimately sick all week right and then you just showed up in the front row of the game being healthy I think it's bad look whenever you miss work to that a- absolutely but don't you think like heel fans or here we would have done it yes just to frankie one the first electric shares of the one person yeah Bush were at Penn state is like in carapaces sick so can we just go it was just him and Tommy I'm like fine if those two income that's a funny stream the three you know yeah I think there was more leading up to that face to face that's real beef very clear he was going to be all streams agreed with his rationale is we shouldn't have assumed he was sick which is preposterous when you've been out for three days with a real the Yankees of like the Tommy the hubs generation they got enough this is losers I guess I like the briefs now they made it could have been a worse guy user an woman blows it in the bottom of the night making the playoffs every year but like the braves but and we're GONNA side or call off season maybe saints trade for Francisco Indoor they're not they're going to lose again this question mark at Cole and you're good to go they've got a lot of decisions to make also such a shame that Joe Madden used every single it was like a ninety Yankee yeah he's like the type of Yankee that they think they have and there's only one of them but it was not happy and I heard him say he's wrong about like anything that's that's his best he is your son as you say I mean I I know I almost broke my arm like ten times yeah freaky won the first battle but I think if you watch the stream he crossed almost in tears I saw it on foot five foot tall and BASEBA- national writer there's a fucking Yankees and astros game against Hansel and West I you're you're not influence to have a little they actually I'll be back next year better than you guys will always be in the mix because of you know cash is good and you'll have the wallets you'll always be how in the world series next spoiler alert yeah I do you are you are so similar to jared no I am not never skip work in the shop in the second row what and okay unless I'm here me and Tommy Jared is sick so can we go the game is like okay fine and then Jarvis sitting in the second round like what the photo but they had said like us don't think that they need during my career hand up first one who met them wrong I sick that he like you actually believe that it's crazy a new users when you sign up with Promo Code Stool you get a free twenty five dollars bonus for just sign up vandals also running the Goddamn Five K. contests for pats jets tonight five K. Entry Five K. Prize Barstool Merch for top ten finishers son about fan duel dot com slash. GD jets do you have any confidence tonight we didn't I mean we did streams with just Yankees for the twins but that was like they're very clearly it was totally hubs came up to me in the morning he's like a lot of the people go on yeah I think you only talk about baseball when you are near to do baseball you just go home yes allies pen he was at Penn State Football College football what's the spread ten patriots offense has been not great I mean has I mean Pfizer saying if you watch the it's a reach out because he was sick all weeks it's okay to assume there I think it's one hundred percents that sumptious come in and do radio from he's missed threes this section it's like it just you could feel the Carib is a lunatic like were delusional lookie no matter what you guys mad at him during the stream like was there personally like I knew he was just doing what he had to do but I was more mad at the game in the keys yeah his call doing Sarah when Baseball Hobby to sit home no Mommy and daddy right now it's my phone a stink their offense is horrifically bad they haven't had the only team left in the NFL who hasn't had a three hundred yard performance on offense days Ritchie their defense look very good but again this is what I expect like remember the butt fumble game I distinctly remember being like Oh this is gonNa be close so who knows. NFL that's-that's where's Frankie right now I don't think that there's coming back from that hate each other but you never can tell when there's real beef the Va yes because they got cancelled because Japan's run here they weren't everyone knows everyone here knows multi stuff rickie fans being like you guys streams out but this kind of them there's only two of them in streams are thousand percent better when you have absolutely UCLA I wanNA play off the excuse he like he doesn't even what why why is he he shouldn't have done that because that's just like a basic work thing like in general yeah I think that the Patriots out I think that like they usually have a game a year with the pats were they play close I think that Sam Darnold is cooking a little bit here at sister because people will yeah in hindsight yes now listen to never have a franchise quarterback I know we have to run the ball more I'm not an idiot we ran the ball seven times and you spent all the bye week talking about how to run the ball he I don't know what happens to them in the game to win I don't know what do you think a new system this system picks the jets yeah okay my system though is I actually think is a close game what else what are the the bears they think they stick Dan they stink it's over and then they're getting mad season's over I mean they're not good enough their offense is it's like even I've said this before but even if the draft mahomes he'd been hit by a bus yeah I've often felt that way with the jets but then when Donald came back last week and played well I was like wait a minute maybe because I thought it was a wrap with him too yeah I don't know Andy's like I now questioning him he said he said at his press conference today what's that all about yeah yes you would no doubt more lazy fucking hat right here rundown presented by NASCAR NASCAR playoffs continue deliver after one of the craziest races at Talladega Denny Hamlin dominated Kansas yesterday four more drivers or eliminated that's great abuser whatever yeah we are brought to you by fans sportsbook is now live in Jersey West Virginia and Pennsylvania seven times I feel you just need a regime change again just blew off again like pushing all the chips in the middle and during the clue Mac trade reset already him okay bears post game report here barest got demolished by the saints thank you now you now we're kind of just stuck where you have to try to win this year next year and the year after and then it's I wish I knew out but I think that like them being like we we're GONNA go to the game 'cause jared can do it was more like they didn't want to destroy and they want to go to the Tommy we're part of this well no I mean we would have done either I do think getting content in the bleachers and stuff was going to people in those two together and guys like from now on legitimate sat I don't know how we're GonNa how do you even watch tendler games of that if that's yeah yeah but I don't think he like I I don't think he knew that the stream was he said well no he knew like we what do you like us when we get ready to place a bet you can tell them all you want but when the lights are on who knows what and then he's like well we weren't able to get yards on the running game we'll you didn't even try you try good pitch out of Geraldo Chapman's arm three very very bad stunt you bring in sixteen James I haven't seen it the same way you guys watching but they're still like blown out and putting up numbers but like did you see the giants covering They have a look great on offer the puck out Wednesday Thursday and Friday he was real sick you say what the only threat to our why people are said why why would the Panther Street Kim you like the thing makes sense it's just bad I don't know in hindsight it was never if you took homes to Mahonia okay the Mahomes one watson you can say Mahomes is revision Primetime Games it was just depressing we're getting made fun of cloud on San our guys are too short kind of effort they're gonNA put out honestly have not seen a game like that since that felt very much like trestman second year back all the bears night online being really wasn't just him to them rivets wrong though I think you're right I on that particular blog I handed up I'm like that is not a real shark once I realize mm-hmm Judge Wisconsin Wisconsin Stores and South Carolina Georgia last week Yep Wisconsin thirty point favorites we were talking maybe whether you take you know that I am as much I get excited about Wisconsin football and basketball I know deep down they're never GonNa win a national title so as you know I don't know how many quarterbacks drafted by sooner or later one SPO- star I don't know we supposed to here on one right Dr Twitter accounts just like this I think they show the clip and they're like this is worse for the Saints Bounty Gate Pretty Normal Harmless in the he's he's awesome Manakin me like four weeks finally right after a win chargers next Monday I'll be like who here's back I don't WanNa keep this depressing so we'll try cheered up move along to call the limbaugh you get your players will skip ed but you got like three Cohen's of the saints clowned him for being like short everyone saw it it was like a viral clip I was like the meanest thing and thirty nine the guaranteed it would has no mental they got her he did but he's only a week feel like South Carolina Georgia lost feeling tweets. I'm I'm very down he's sexton with last night I was just like I don't know what we do we're just in the gut and you got your in the out at halftime of the national chain of game we'll never I'll never like have that leave my memory and again I know people won't believe this but I that no joke if someone's I will give you one hundred thousand dollars but you have to put your life on Money Line Wisconsin. I would've taken that that I would be stunning the national championship a stunning loss right so there we got a few little coming out four seconds off how long does it feel about not losing my fa- I mean it's easy to say but like a little bit of what I would call displaced anger no I agree I'd agree says a right to be angry because he's like the one guy who produces on told his team this will be your finest hour like Kinda like storming like like Normandy and then to not have that like that felt like a last ditch effort I in order to this week in the big house it's tough to because horrible like I love Harbaugh but that half time quoted you see a half time now they said that it's very plush they were actually I now better team for three I knew I was dead I knew I knew second quarter what was happening I was like this is going to be against your teen how does that loss was I knew a bad loss was coming I didn't expect this one is bad but now that it's happened it's almost free because like well we got that I would have take care fair in you whenever something goes bad for you know what yeah it's only Michigan us on Yes Notre Dame embarrasses you guys I don't care no I was GONNA say Daniel Care No because like I mean was the prices it Notre Dame week no I don't know is it this is an until we beat Ohio state it's tough to this is take all the nfl down that was something that was a good clip that you got to see and then Michigan fuck me in the face they continue to do that because I'm off them and I actually tweeted dating and instagram girl who has a girl with they met in a hotel lobby had a fight craven won the fight Craven's riding around on a bicycle throughout the want honesty and that's what this world bullshit sue crave verse Mobile Beasley Michael Beasley me forty unbelievable anomaly loosest was employed three twenty nine minutes national titles so it's like once why do once we're out where I cared when we lost Wisconsin and they are all right now it Denver I just whip that Dude's pass we'll athlete on athlete violence will instagram very new age stories model fights yeah most definitely it was more like winning the whole time till just crazy they still have not been trailing for one second this year name not minutes on that the boomers Oh and he's coming out and there's a massage behind it and they're like hey did it help you is like yeah it's the best thing ever this is my sixth time something that affect the producers the heart wants what the heart wants forty arrest them now I have out of pride I'm not I don't care till we beat Ohio state I will care bullshit sorry I'm just being honest isn't that what the girls getting arrested moaning just grinding all over this cop it was great it was hot yeah Oh yeah really Runa often to play in the red zone unbelievable unbelievable like they were they dominate them and they just had players they fucked right down almost everyone was chirpin meals twenty one now from Penn state so I tweet everyone everyone give me shit about Michigan Fuck you because they're dead to me and I bet on pence they obviously Michigan Shoshu massacred no because I watched the show and if you watched the show the joke if he was not about the walking is what did she hot big time he's definitely boned up yeah I mean how can you be flip and I thought without any context and you on murder I knew insulin like Brady would never do this because he was just never would so he's ever trying to because it would win the championship but what can call it football once you lose and you know I don is like I'm not Notre Dame I don't play for Cheerio Bull's eye sykes selfish stories TMZ like there's not really a girl worth all this right this must be so I mean you probably in the history world that's probably been said a lot just feeling your face yeah at the US streets restricts it was probably GonNa be some sort of porn out there that start this way you'd think well like Popcorn Soleil can remember writing so beasley for the nuggets sue craven is he on the broncos email league I used to be they got in a fight I guess Beasley no I care about I do I wasn't never when the pages lose super bowl I don't know the suit coach People's different eh you're not gonNA cover the worst and I was never more from an fucking you see they started the game with like time because the league was ED choose to make headline of as opposed to understand what it's actually about Klein Brady blaming me is tired so I mean I think it's just a again this type of media atmosphere that you know you create okay last story here grady so there's a net flex Paul Rudd like movie or show his his main point of it was our responsibility to see if he was healthy when he had been out for three days including today as opposed to him being like ham feeling bad it's but yeah I mean it's it's a shit show it'd be doing that after a right turn out the baseball guy he almost the he's as much as he likes the Red Sox it's very natural like part of it because he gave me in the world series right here yeah it's a funny movie whoever's responsible for the clip I saw should be killed okay clip the coupons clip of this show like appliqued bad they should be killed blaming shame the barstool motto yard on the after show is he out of radio he's just GONNA I've already had it out with me Ah on suicides I mean didn't have it out it's just like beating head against the wall he's Never GonNa see yeah you you have to it's fighting yourself it's a dog barking it just went and just bury it important that you know where that is sharp move to block it down off the but also was filmed prior to any massage parlors you know actually was the script was four years prior it was filmed in front of a green screen so he had no idea is that I think he's no because the stakes were you said being in baseball your former self and that's why he's like yeah I've been calling six times was joke about Brady never aging what we're running I saw the when I talked to you before like two weeks ago when I was you are not going to beat the astros joy you punch of savage the end when a billion people were dead there like she probably wasn't worth that that was probably sandoval guys or whatever but when you're both pro athletes are foreign pro athletes feels like amok this is I just don't comment on anything wayman shame media the USA Today took mainstream says Tom Brady spoofs Robert Kraft had a cameo on oxen yeah fucking asshole like before the stream even started for no reason just Kinda like sat down on my desk sipping mit that'd probably yeah yeah he's got to be so pissed and it was a public area like with me watched the show I've watched the first two episodes I saw an and never once dawn on me because the joke is about brady he's the premise of the show right you go get cloned in the clippers but said that it was actually like a producer for me I put that clip out there too like troll the Internet there's off-ball over here but I'm
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"Support for NPR and the following message come from Cirque du so crystal a frozen playground of world-class ice skating and stunning acrobatics. See it live at Capital One arena from December fifth and ninth. Tickets available now at Cirque du so lay dot com. Welcome to the podcast, Christopher o'riley here and get ready for fun listening to this very Californian show, we recorded at you. Cal Berkeley, one of my favorite moments was the performance of the team pianist on the program. She brought us a craggy and dramatic piece fi finish composer. I know Juhani route of ARA and not only is it. The first time we've ever had it on the program. It's the first modern piece she's ever played. But I've got to say it's like she was born to perform the material and then the massive choir on the show one hundred ten kids sing both allowed rousing African call and response song as well. As an extremely serene and quiet prayer piece by American composer, Stephen Paulus, enjoy at all. From NPR from the Tom celebrating the power of music in the hands of America's scape. Here's our host concert pianist, Christopher o'riley. Thank you. Thank you. And welcome. It's great to be back in the beautiful university town of Berkeley, California, and to be coming to you from one of the bay area's premier performing arts venues, zellerbach hall on the campus of the university of California, Berkeley, our thanks to calperformances or hosting us. Not only do we love being here for this approach Californian cuisine. We love it because it's a chance for us to dip into the endless spring of young talent that lives here and restarting show with an extremely local string quartet from the crowd in school right here in Berkeley. Please welcome the Morocchino Cortez. The Milwaukee Cortez made up of all fifteen year olds Jun Wu and Sophia Matthews violins. Or if you'll list is Anna, Renton, and our cellist is is Bill Nichols, their violist and Renton is at the Mike. And what does miraculous mean rocky is a Greek word, which means leaving a piece of yourself into your work? That's great greed name tell everyone what you ladies are going to perform we are going to perform the first movement of Debussy string quartet in g minor so exciting when you're ready, please take it from the top. And. Morocco for tech from the Saudi school here in Berkeley, California. The opening of DC string quartet in g minor coach is gene sore. What is spectacular opening to our program? Thank you for that is about I know you you have a specific correlation between impressionist music and impressionist art in particular with this piece. We were very inspired by the impressionist art movements since two B C really wasn't spiraled by it. So we like to think of paintings when we play the piece one example was a sixteenth note passage that means Sofiane Anna play together, we like to think of them as tiny brushstrokes that are very clear, but when you back away from the picture, it's a whole painting. That's beautiful. Hopefully, we'll say you see that your coach has helped you with your phrasing June. What are you speaking? Specifically, I think our coach definitely helped us with following through our phrases. Because usually we would only have play it. And in the end chicken out, for example, like we have a crescendo, and we have to go to forte, but we end up just doing a mezzo forte and not just the dynamic also the sound and our energy. We don't follow through any like, we don't really follow through it. Well, I I think you followed through really invest. Rested very heavily in this performance. You together for long enough now that you have nicknames for each other like Isabel how do your to June? Well, do you has to nicknames generous, June and judgmental June? It's not that. She's more judgmental a normal person. But it's she actually says it to your face, which it can it can be a good trait. Generous June love sharing food when we went to a music camp together, her whole half receipt case was full of instant Roman and chocolate she insisted on checking her bag. So she could bring a big one. So that she could bring the food for us. So and you have a name for FIA. So feel also has two and let's start with the good one. So is sophisticated so FIU because out of the four of us. She's definitely the most poised especially when we're like onstage and stuff, and then she's also slow so FIA slow. So she walks really, slowly, the longest and she walks. The slowest of us we think it's lag time. With you. Why is why is that what's what's the deal? Well, every Saturday after we're finished rehearsing as a court, we go to San Francisco to San Francisco Symphony Orchestra, and we get there an hour early. So I just don't see the need to rush. Make your grandparents in proper dignified sophisticated way. It's okay for like two minutes supposed to be we all get there. So early. She doesn't have tell us. She's not. She doesn't care that I'm carrying heavy instruments times. Well, ladies fantastic performance. And great getting thank you for being with us. The members of the Moroccan quartet from right here in Berkeley, California. Our next performer is a seventeen year old violinist from bend, Oregon. His name is John Fawcett. And he and I will perform the gypsy woman. Log Tana by Fritz Kreisler. John Fawcett seventeen year old violinist from bend, Oregon played lobby Tana gypsy woman by Fritz Kreisler. John so evocative that performance just lovely. Thank you. We hear a fair amount of Fritz Kreisler on her show, but not this particular piece and the piece we're going to hear you play at the end of also quite unusual. We were used to show pieces being sort of show, these are more like would you call? How would you describe this type of music? More more expression as as opposed to for Joel city, and he's repertoire in general that that you're drawn to. I mean, I like I'm very very like. I mean, the fridge waas silent violin, you know, like fin. Yup. Ski Sarah sites pag Anini, all that is very prominent style and classical violin repertoire, I love it. But this is really different for one thing. Obviously, the music is linked to an idea, obviously directly through the title as gypsy woman Tana, also and the piece I'm playing later called seashell sorry, spoiled it. Anyways. But but also the music is is just in general. It's much more direct to a certain idea. And it's less for the violin. And more for the music is trying to expand mood and the atmosphere creating I was practicing it when we were practicing together. I was noticing. Well, there's a dance like quality. But it's more about the meditation of it the ruined Jack quality and draw a CNN with just beautifully like a lot of kids who come on this program. You have two sets of friends, but for you. It's almost more extreme than most. It's almost a double life. Right. Well, I think this true for a lot of classical musicians. Like, but like you said, it's definitely true for me in my school. There's no orchestra and many of the many my friends at school have no idea. What I do when I tell them what I do. They can't directly relate to it. Now, some of friends are in local community orchestra. Again, the city I come from is smaller, and there's not as much music output unity, as maybe there is in, you know, Portland Oregon, which is three and a half hours away from I love. So I definitely feel like I have there is a barrier between my friends in that way in our ideals of what we wanna do and. It's definitely something that especially when I was younger I struggled with not wanting to be different from my friends. And maybe for that reason, I may have hidden mitral ambitions to them. But I think this insecurity that getting over it comes with that with pursuing my art comes with. Getting through it. Well, it also also happens in a way of getting through it by sharing your music with your friends. I mean, you were telling me you were playing some box for them and explaining what this is about right and explaining music and more tangible way for them rather than you know, adagios delve one thousand for solo violin. Here's a sad piece. The sad. It's really more relatable than you might think. Absolutely. John given your very thoughtful approach to music. I was surprised to learn among your music friends. You've got the reputation of being a little bit of a space cadet. Yes. Well that true. I mean, I've left I've left instruments places I've left instruments out of the case come to rehearsals without my violin. In the case. And I do remember one thing that happened this summer that was funny. Well, it wasn't funny for me. It's actually a problem that I have to get out to I'm always late for her cels. I've just because I'm the space not because I intend to be not on time because I'm space cadet. And so once I slept through half of rehearsal. So I went when in anticipation that my friend was little all my friends were waiting for me. And apparently, they all weren't we're not. And I went to my friend said, oh, I'm so sorry through hersal and said, oh, yeah. I did too. So yeah, I've been that the other two girls, and we were and we wanted to play a prank on the girls. So we just said, oh, let's just not rehearse not tell them where we are. So we just hung out and about two hours by much longer than the rehearsal intended. And the girls finally figured out where we were in the started throwing shoes at us and. One. Good fun. Don't forget to bring your mute out for the for this. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. Yeah. I. All right, John. We'll look forward to that. Okay. Take Luggy, Tom. John Fawcett seventeen years old violinist from bend, Oregon. Earlier today. Chris John had an in depth discussion about varied styles violin playing John's thoughtful approach to music and jazz, you can hear that and other bonus content. When you subscribe to our podcast over the last ten years from the top Jack kente cook foundation have awarded over two and a half million dollars in scholarships to talented young musicians who have financial need. We still have more to give good from the top dot org. To learn more. Chris now for some solo piano and peace that's new from the top. Please welcome from Bloomington. Minnesota one of our Jack Kent Cooke young artists seventeen year old Abigail Arkley. Abigail welcome. What will you be playing for us today? I'm going to be playing piece by Finnish composer, Vara his piano. Sonata number two. I movement to call the fire sermon. Abigail Arkley seventeen year old Janice from Bloomington. Minnesota. The first. Giovanni Rotavirus Kiana on number two over sixty four the fire sermon. Abby. Thank you so much that such an extraordinary piece and so evocative leap performed so fiery, so elemental and so- ritual Listrik just just unique. And you were telling you that, you know, like a lot of young pianists on our show you come from mostly an enthusiasm for the romantic repertoire, how did you come to new want to play this piece? I I came to learn about this piece through my teacher. Kevin hobbs. He absolutely loves contemporary, classical music and me being over magic at heart. I'd never really gone into that or. Yeah. I really explored it at all. But I was playing Prokofiev's third concerto at the time, and he had played this piece in doctorate school, and he thought of me, and I don't know. I think he saw something in me that I didn't know that I really had artist yet. And. Yeah. So he wanted me to check it out in the moment. I heard it. I had never heard anything like it. Before. And I don't think I've ever learned anything quite so quickly. I know it just seems like it was written for you, really dive right in fantastic. You're one of the few young these issues we've met who even as a beginner. You didn't have to be pushed to practice you took to it right away. That's right. That's right. I always think of music as being, you know, a core part of who I am and ever since. I was little that's always been true story that my grandmother always likes to tell it our family gatherings. Whenever I was about six years old. She has this memory of me, I would be outside playing with my friends, and she would be watching me and I'd suddenly run back inside. And I play the piano, and then I'd run back outside and play my friends, and then run back inside play the piano, something that I've just always loved in. It's been really foundation for the way that I see the world. There was a period when you didn't have a piano at home to practice on. So I understand your family's going through some rough times talk about huddle. That's right. Whenever I was in my sophomore year of high school. My dad had a very serious back injury, which meant that he couldn't go to work for a very long time. And during rehabilitation and surgery that he had to have we had to move out to -sconsin to live with my grandparents for quite some time. And luckily, I was able to take piano with me for that time. But the lot of other things going on in my life as well that we're very stressful, and that we're very big events for me, and for my family, and I was preparing for competitions at the time, but I had to support my family support, my siblings, and I had to help out in a lot of their schoolwork. I had to help out around the house and mostly be there for my mom. So that she could be there for my dad during that time. So yeah. And after you know, the surgery was successful. He was able to go back to work again. And we moved back to the cities, and yeah, but sadly, I was not able to take my pianolas me because we had to move to an apartment which could not hold my baby grand. So I was kind of in a quandary as to what to do. But I conducted a lot of people, and I looked around for any PIN that I could find and ended up finding one in the basement of one of the college building where my dad worked and it was an upright. It was very out of tune. It was very old. But you know, it was a PO. And so I was very happy with that. And I would spend hours a day hammering away at that PNO end the residents would often come and sit down to me practice, and it was it was very interesting time for me, but the competitions where successful I kept at it worked hard. And I ended up winning first place which was exciting too. Thank you. With all of those distractions responsibilities. I would find it very very hard to concentrate and very hard not to be discouraged in the middle of that. And find that would you know sap my concentration in my enthusiasm. What to credit your continued in Tuesday, and perseverance I felt like at that time I really had to make a decision about my music for sure and whether or not I was going to keep going and keep at it because we're times where I felt very discouraged for sure. But I think I found in that time for the first time in my life, really just how much my music meant to me in that. I couldn't live without it. And I made a decision that I wanted to fight for it and fight for what I loved what I was passionate about. And so I was persistent and I kept at it. And I feel like it was really my love further music that that drove me to do it. I did feel very graced by your hard work through. Zemzem artistry. And we wish you all the best. Thank you. Abigail Arkley seventeen years old from Bloomington. Minnesota. Today's show maybe halfway over. But you're from the top experienced doesn't have to end here. Sign up for our mailing list to keep in touch with all things from the top. We'll send you all the latest news. Plus let you know when we're coming to a town near you. Sign up at from the top dot org. 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That's my mama me off to yet Tolleson. My teacher was about our way. So for many years, my mom, and I have a lot of time to talk. It was during one of those talks in the car that I decided to pursue seriously. I told myself that whatever happened I was not going to do. I wanted to be every other child wanted to be with her lawyer architects cetera. But my mom told me I looked the happiest when I was holding my telepho-. She also told me that you only live once, and you might as well do something that you really love a lot of time to process what my mom told me show, my daughter, still supportive, and I'm so grateful, and I definitely wouldn't have come this far without them. Of course, when you take something seriously and want to improve so much, you're bound. About a year to go doing something wasn't working for me. I really really frustrated. And so to my teacher, I was really stressed out. And I kept trying to find things, but nothing it was rating dark outside all things kind of came together. The most embarrassing perfect cry to me those very important moment because it helped me breakdown Awal. It was kind of embarrassing to me at the time. I felt great about it afterward. Even though I've been very vulnerable a great way to let up my motions and release the stress. But that kind of pressure. I was putting on myself was it really from my family. In fact, my family has more of a year only once kind of especially my grandmother. My grandmother is one of the most influential people in my life. She grew up in a very conservative Korean background. She was the oldest of many siblings. She has take responsibility for all them. And despite everything she had to go through. She told me rather than try to make a lot of money or do something that be audible for the family. I should live my life to the fullest, do whatever makes me happy. She said, I should just go and live my life. And as I said, my parents say the same thing, and I'm very very lucky enough people that around me. So you can see my family means a lot to me. In fact, my family has a major major impact how interpret the piece about to play with miss O Reilly. I talked about the fees with my mom, and she told me that when she hears it. She magic very old couple looking into the sunset thinking about everything that they've lived through that really helped me bring out the right emotions thinking of old couple. That's back all the events of their lives with the sort of bittersweet. I've lived through some Salka. This is the Dante movements over mind off sonata for cello piano in g minor. Don from Sega Rachmaninoff sonata for children Kano played by Jin seventeen year old cello from nearby. California. John. I just adored playing that with you bring so much to peace. I can hear that old couple, you know, back on their whole wonderful, romantic and dedicated live together such a such a deep performance. Thank you. You've mentioned that one of the happiest moments in your life was when you played your first concerto. Tell that story. Yeah. Definitely when that happened. I think I was a freshman at high school. So I was are on thirteen or fourteen and thought young age being able to play a concerto with darker show, a really big deal for me. And because I meant so much. I was really really nervous surp- before I went onstage and when I walked on everything's really amplify. Those are nervous. So, you know, all I could hear thundering of all my friends in the orchestra like stomping their feet, and when I walked on the light was blinding. So I couldn't see anything all I walked onstage, and I didn't know what was going on. But right before it's my first bow. I saw a man in the second row, and he looked me straight in the eyes. And was laughing and smiling copying cherry for me. And he was a random stranger at. No, he was he was a random para. I still to this day. Don't know who he is. But kind of seeing him reminded that everyone in the audience was looking forward to what I had to play and everyone, you know, was, you know, looking forward to what I had and reminded me. So you don't enjoy the moment. So at that moment, I magically calm down. I was able to end my I showed experience excessively, so fantastic. I experience from the from the violation of decorum. The the orchestra stomping their feet in in support of you on the one side and on the other you have this. You know, unbridled passion and enthusiasm from the audience. That's something to take with you for the rest of your performing. We'll take the memory of this performance with us all the best to you. Thank you. Janabi seventeen year old cello from San Ramon, California. Check it our online video series featuring music videos with our young musicians performing with artists from across the musical spectrum. Subscribe to our YouTube page at YouTube slashed from the top one hundred ten singers from gun high school in Palo Alto are now on stage with me at seller Bach hall. They're the winners of this year's local vocals, high school choir sing off held by public radio station and longtime friend of the show, Katie f c. Twelve extremely strong bay area high school choirs competed this year, and after one hundred and forty thousand online votes were cast the gun highschool concert choir emerged victorious, their director is William libra tour, and he's just joined me at the Mike William what makes this choir. So good. I think what distinguishes this group is that were very inclusive organization, so some choirs try to create excellence by being exclusive and we try to make our choir welcoming to kids from all walks of campus life with diverse musical backgrounds and levels of experience. So I think that diversity that creates a color in the sound energy in their performance that makes them unique. And they all bring each other up that makes a huge all star choir. Really? And the first piece you've brought us couldn't be more inspir-. 'rational? Tell us about Shoshu Loza is a traditional South African mining song. The men would board the train in Zimbabwe and travel south to work the mine. The gold mines in the diamond minds and social Loza became very popular for the miners to sing dealing with the the stress in the monotony of the job. And so it's become very popular both in South Africa. All around the world is a song of hope and inspiration. It's adaptive by Jeffrey aims and Avery. Chen is our soloists tonight state. Who? Coo COO COO. Coo COO COO. Cou. High school concert choir from Palo Alto official South African social OSA adapted by Jeffrey aims director is William liberator. The soloist was every ten. Our soloist Avery and soprano from this fine choir seventeen year old McKenzie Mosey are joining me at the mics every first of all how brilliant beautiful to be leading all your friends in that inspirational song well done McKenzie. I mentioned that this choir is the biggest we've ever featured at over one hundred numbers. I know that must have a great positive feeling of camaraderie and community. But are there downsides to acquire? This big are definitely challenges that come with the death, the huge size of our choir like in certain songs that we sing. Like the one that we're about to sing next. They use a lot of dynamics, and we need a lot of control, and it's very easy for specific voices to stand out. So that's why we really try to blend practice that a lot really listening to our neighbors and just making sure that we're very in sync with each other. And I think that's really important, and we do get a lot of practice with that. Because of our size. You're saying this large choir is really Representative of the whole school. Oh, yeah. Definitely. I mean, especially our school. We get a lot of transfer students. So I mean in the choir and at school, you can just turn around a corner trying to walk into hall in completely different language. So it's a really great way to get Expos in multiple cultures around the world. I know you go on tour every year last year, you went to Ireland, but you also have an annual retreat. So what's that like treat is something? That's really special to me. And I'm sure it's special to everyone in the choir every year, we put on sort of silly musical. And we only have a couple of weeks that really pull it together. So the choir a tree is something that we try to do every single year to get a lot of practice in. And what it is is that we go basically into the middle of a forest, and there's no WI fi or anything, and we get to stay in cabins, and it's kind of a bizarre experience. Right. Because we're always around why five, but we go there, and we actually had to interact with each other and. That's the best part. Kinsey since your schools right in the heart of Silicon Valley. Do you guys feel pressure to pursue a stem career over one in the arts? Yeah. Definitely because I mean the area we live in. It's so impressed upon us that we have to pursue a career. That's more dependable and something that we can be more successful in which is what a lot of parents try to tell their children. There are definitely pockets of people whose parents are more accepting and really encourage them to do like, follow the passions. And really, do whatever they decide to do in the future rather than focusing on certain areas might be not their passion. But they yeah. Yeah. And but our choir is a little bit different in that. We try to teach each other that you can really pursue passion as long as you put in the effort behind it. And we have we've had a lot of students that have gone on to really prestigious performing art schools and their thriving. They love it even though they're not in a stem field. We'll let's hear you won't sing again MacKenzie. Will you introduce your second piece? Our next piece is pilgrim's him by Stephen Paulus. Little. Gun high school concert choir from Palo Alto, the children's kin. Stephen. We've got an encore to take out of the show and John Fawcett the seventeen year old violinist from bend, Oregon. We met earlier has returned to the stage to perform it John tell everyone what it's going to be. You'll be hearing seashell by Carl angle I'm arranged finalize Ephram Zimbalist before we begin. I want to thank all of our incredible young performers and thank you for listening. This is Christopher o'riley. Please join me next week. And now, John let's take this from the top. From the top of an independent nonprofit organization based in Boston. Our home is New England conservatory where outstanding young artists inspirational teachers are transforming classical music if you'd like to appear on our program apply online from the top dot org. From the top of supported in part by an award from the National Endowment for the arts on the web at arts dot gov. Support for NPR comes from this station and from the National Endowment for the arts. The federal agency that supports the arts and creativity and communities across the nation. More information is available at arts dot gov. From the Ford Foundation working with visionaries on the frontlines of social change worldwide to address inequality in all its forms. Learn more at Ford Foundation dot org. And from the John S and James L. Knight foundation, helping NPR advance journalistic excellence in the digital age. This is Christopher Riley. And I hope you had fun listening to this week's podcast as you might imagine making from the top happen week after week costs quite a bit of dough. If you believe in what we do. We really need you to help us out make contribution of any some at from the top dot org. And as thank you for downloading. Here's a bit of bonus music, my complete break piece from the show. This is my arrangement of the song mistress by the San Francisco band, red house painters.
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Hey maybe this thing will sort itself out a for mania and then we're like well at least we have new japan in the fall in new york to fuck in now dude this saturday this coming saturday january twenty third book. It will be one year since we went to a wrestling show. Yeah and that was we went to a now defunct promotion that promotion defunct because of the pandemic no no no the days in baldwin park may never come again. That was a fun night. Hopefully somebody else swoops in and Puts on a professional wrestling show. I mean the demand now is is greater than ever did get a letter. I got a letter from mike jackson in the mail and he was again thanking us and then also making sure we do that. He's an active wrestler and he would love to come to our town and do a show anytime so. Give them a call. So maybe we got a promote. We become promoters. Maybe next time we're at the globe. I grabbed super dragon by the air. And i say listen dumb ass. Oh that's right. You gotta get super dragon attention. You gotta grab them by the air. You gotta call him a dumb ass. I'll save us some. Trust me vince. You go inside say seats. I'm gonna. I'm gonna grab super dragon your call. Madonna has booked and explain why he's booking promotion wrong Action mike jackson he would he was. He was on his way to have a Because i wasn't even aware of the The his appearance on mp impact. I didn't know about that until i was. Just start to just do a quick little Some quick research before we interviewed him. We my jackson on our patriot. We do an interview every month. New one coming in february The goddamn he woulda because he was already doing How's the hardcore stuff. Which is like. That's like those shows are just canon my mouth where you actually get a you know some names from the past names from the president names from the future all converging at once in a just delightful shitty smelling room having a war variance. Oh the arena in philly lease at a whole city smelled bat. What wasn't there was a used condom out in front when we went out to leave after absolutely conventions portion of that weekend We were supposed to go to the fucking like whatever that. I don't even know what it's called the loot memory going to that lucia thing in philly. We were supposed to as well this this past summer. That was going to be like a convention and a bunch of lucia shows right so the funny thing is we have so much money out floating around like the number of events from mania. Weekend from that from replica. Ship that we just haven't gotten back. But i don't know like i don't know what the status of a lot of this stuff. Is you know. I with russell con. We we agreed to hold it and then take our take it to the next year. But it's going to be back in tampa so i don't know if they're gonna put us on the can be like well. We're having one in tampa so you know it's like well. Florida is not anywhere. I'm trying to run to at the moment by me Yeah was my did so. Do we have physical mania tickets or is it because we we do know. I have one for you. Yes i have not gone it to you. But i have it in in cold too. 'cause i tell you i was cleaning out a A box of Lot of it unfortunately was unopened mail. Just like like from when we moved here from last place but in it a ticket the seventy millimeter showing of two thousand one space odyssey at the arc light oh yes of course but even more importantly platinum seats while maybe they're not. I don't know what kind of seats we had Because it also says gold and general twenty. Eighteen kingly indies member that show. Yeah man we were at that. Show remember dragon. Lee and brodie lee went at it. Hold on the king of the indies. Jeff rob also yes. Yes yes we saw. Jeff cobb eaten at a the night before the cow palace. Yes absolutely and of course suburban fight pro wrestling fuels die for april. No ring no rules. No need for a cease in society. i do have a question on this week's ask arn about my jackson. Really that i heard is on because that's already been released to their patriots on. Oh is and i. Actually i bypassed all systems and i sent a dm to conrad Asking will you. Will you ask arn what each of the horsemen's drink of choice was And his response was You know whatever whatever people were buying or whatever you know. And i'm like well so because all i did was like there's a point when they like i think the week before they do the ask. Aren't they just put a tweet out. That says reply to this tweet with this hashtag. And that's all i did. Oh okay yeah. I gotta look out for that then. but I i have it on good authority that he does answer the question. Any memories of working with mike jackson. So we'll see come thursday. We'll goddamn mike jackson. A guy knew how to work. Good guy you know hell of a hand always count on my Funny story i remember. I was sitting in a show and wounds mine owned business. All of a sudden it comes mike with the goddamn motherfucking road warriors. Those got them motherfuckers Did you see smackdown Yes i'm sorry vents. I'm sorry that instead of an adam pearce match you have to watch. Kevin owens russ did you see the caesar salad batch. Yeah man that was good catches catch k. A classic right there yoga man smack downs becoming a hell of a show over there. Mattias sneaking up on you a little bit Yes it's definitely the you know that's the place to be on the main roster for sure It's a shorter show which which always helps like when when we would be laying out like raw especially when it went to three hours lanotte raw. You're like god damn. We got a nice little show here annually. Romans doing the best work of his career. You've got shinsegei over there. You've got sammy over there. You've got daniel bryan. You've got cicero. it's You know some people tune in for billy gay whatever but there's a lot of good stuff on that show. I love billy k i. she's on commentary. then she's fucking sticking her nose in the match it's just well. She really messed it up. She really can ask alexa ruby. And everybody. i didn't watch Talking smack i wonder if she was feature on that. That's always she's great in like the because it's she's one of those people where she knows who she is no and so you let her go she can exist. It called her best. Stuff is all dot com stuff right when they're just you know where you're going to run and get a quick interview with billy k. And then she just you to be joking me even I saw where she tweeted like i. I went to a fall out boy concert before i can. I can be in the riott squad. Like i belong in the riott squad. You know. she's fucking funny. I hope that this like with that everything with wwe. I hope it goes somewhere you know of atlanta. Because that's been my fucking you know hope all along. It's just like just make her manager. She does not need to I mean keith. Lee get sent on to florida to learn how to wrestle. It's just like what are we all know he's in florida. He's not being sent anywhere. I think i think these guys who are fresh to the roster are just being asked to do a little extra work. Because i think with keith. Leave and they'll obviously he's. He is a great performer very talented. There's they still need him to work a certain way and had he been able to do all the house shows he would have done otherwise he'd been fine but i think without the house shows are going like some of these guys need to fuck in get programmed a little bit more. You know which. I'm not saying right or wrong but if that's the show then that's the show right. Well i guess. I'm saying it's wrong because because to say that keith lee because as the story goes who knows what happened but as the story goes mcmahon lost his mind and said. This guy doesn't know how to work. We need to teach them how to work right but think the only one. Vince mcmahon says work. He only knows one. The vince mcmahon lay absolutely. And especially a guy like keith. Lee guy of his size yeah. It's like least at least keith. Lee is fucking he's being prominently featured you know which unfortunately is all you can ask for sometimes with this company. At least he's like oh shoot in there and he's not working a fucking he's he's in the mix with the guys that they that you know they they use and like at least you know now. You're the hunt. Yeah exactly what are you what are you. What are you saying you you you you you're You're glad that he's not getting his foot. Stomp by bobby lashley and falling down on the ground and saying that was dude by legitimately almost fell over laughing when matt riddle goes You're gonna see this foot again up. And then i heard that his i heard riddles deal is up or coming up. And he hasn't signed anything so he definitely strikes me as a guy that doesn't give a fuck well the other thing and to that end they have You know he got ran out. Mma because of weed and they have now changed it to where we'd is no longer a Whatever you call it a drug that that they give a fuck about not out of the round that he would be like. Oh maybe i should go a couple more fights and make make that quick cash because they can't. I mean the only problem is that he has said so many damning things about dana white that he wouldn't be with you have see although if there's enough money and tainted dana anybody if he fucking can make money off of it but if he can maybe do the lesson or thing a little bit and i can go back to ma. Now they don't care if i fucking smoke reefer and maybe try to leverage it. But i don't know but yeah i guess my my thing is and this is just a you know. It's just a piece of. I can't think of the fucking word kana yes. It's a piece of american. No it's it's part and parcel to how we. Wb has sort of beaten us down. Where i'm going like well. I don't see how keys leak and fucking get it going there so at least at least this you know. At least he's not being made to look stupid. At least he's on the show in a position where you know. Whatever i it's it's unfortunate but that's what it is you know. I understand what you mean. I i you know it's it's this is getting close to what i wanted to talk to you about anyway. but i before we get to that i will ask this. I mean did did riddle already. Make all his money doing 'em a I don't know i don't think so. I don't think he had. And i think that he may be got stripped of some to like i think he got. He really thought really. I didn't know any. And so i don't i don't know i think he obviously made some money but i don't think he made When i knew came from. Emma may but i don't think i knew anything about why he stopped doing it. Yeah he he like he got popped for weed and and then it was just a you know and i think he felt it seems rightfully that he kinda got fucked over and so he wasn't quiet about it but he s so i don't know i mean. Obviously he's working. I don't think he he seems kind of guy who wouldn't be doing shit if he didn't have to be. Maybe i don't know. Yeah i don't know i guess that was my question anyway You sent me the This is what i want to talk to you about. You sent me the The mania locate announcement video. Yes the the fucking news parody that they did yes and I guess what were your thoughts on that video before we get into the meat of this discussion I didn't like it. I was like from the jump. I was like this is stupid And not like oh you know. How could they do this or whatever. I'm just like this right socks in. It's just not funny. You know it's not funny and it's like to me And now this is just my opinion of it. It's like you're making these announcements of like these the biggest events of the year for the next three years. And it's like you're just goofing on it Which again is that that that at that point. It's like you know what's your tastes. Maybe it's people but had it been fucking yeah. Had it been good then. Maybe i wouldn't have felt that way but it's like as soon as i see fucking hundred stephanie. Trying to do comedy which is a fucking can't There was doomed. Yeah i mean it's It's i. I mean look if you liked it. I'm not going to take a shit on you and be like well. You have a bad. You have a terrible sense of humor. Although that is how. I feel. I'm not gonna say not going to say that but it's just it's just the i just i i keep stopping myself from saying it's objectively not funny whereas it's it is a subjective thing. I thought it was funny. But it's but it's not. It's just not an end. This is not funny And and so that all said surly not find raw for raw things was to be funny. Gerrad again mega funny. This is supposed to be funny to eric. Mankowski is credit. He's standing right next to me. And eric just goes honor. I've seen plenty of stuff on rather wasn't funny the The tweet i sent out. And really. I mean i i was kind of honestly asking the of like what what is it and i and i think i know the answers been has tara. Vince mcmahon has the most base worst sense of humor. You can imagine vince. Mcmahon's idea of comedy. Somebody getting their foot stuck in a bucket. You know just just dated and broad and and just hats off mark more often than not. I mean fuck man. Go go go look at the videotape of the katie vick. Shit i was in the room vince. Mcmahon's brought it up again years later instead of the funniest stuff we've ever done. Yeah And i'm like all right. The i mean it. You remember the the derrick bateman clip where it easing three where it goes It's a commercial for some sort of a cologne narrated by mark henry. They only ran at once. That for some reason kind of rings a bell and it's and it's like a commercial parody and he's just like you know spraying it and smelling it making weird faces and mark. Henry is reading this copy. That vince wrote you know. Yeah of like warning do not spray this within ten feet of a rhinoceros of a horny right something. Yeah i mean it's just it's just the worst right. And this was coming off a vince. Being like we're going to do sketches. I guess it better. It's like okay And then they do that. And when and to michael coles credit if you watch this clip from raw when they come back to the desk coal is sitting there and he just looks exasperated. I mean he is just like jerry. Bateman from an exterior adoption and convince yells at on the headset. It was like why the fuck aren't you laugh calls because it wasn't fun events. Yeah you know. That's been mcmahon sense of humor. Just insanely out of touch. So i posed the question. I was like does vince think. Does vince not know that this socks or does he think that we like it because he thinks we're idiots. You know which insane again. I could see why some people may have taken a fence. Because essentially what i'm saying. Is that if you like this. Your nydia multiple wasn't my point right and we all know the answer and that is vince he. He thinks it's good. Especially when you got hundred stephanie. On their he even more like. Oh yeah oh yeah. Such good shirts. Hunter king a comedy. It's going to be viral for sure. Viral god damnit. Such good pal. Tom have you ever seen the wizard. Ross so the It's one of those things where like you know. I sent a tweet. I i know who follows me. And mike you know i'm facetiously asking the question to but also the same time like what is what is it with mcmahon because there is there's a lot of stuff that goes on that show believe me that he doesn't like but he's like. Oh god you know weird. It's this weird thing. And then all of a sudden because like the derrick bateman example who got the heat for that. It wasn't vince now. At not being funny right it's fucking bates fall. You better believe it. You know for doing the promo he wrote word for word. He didn't even say anything all buried and then approved after was shot. Fizzes fucking thing sure So what happened with this tweet anyway. Well it just it it. It just became a larger thing for me of just like looking at some of the responses and some of them were stove so Here's where i was going to say. It's one of those things where like you know. I go to bed. And i put my phone in a drawer and i'm like i'm done with it. You know and then. I get up the next morning. And i'm like getting jack ready and get the day started doing my morning routine and then getting to the point where i'm like. I'll pick up the phone again. And then when i see the amount of mentions in twitter my first question is fuck who. That's my first wrong. What went wrong christ. But and then the question becomes Who the fuck re tweeted it. You know there's nothing kids. I don't know if you've ever had the experience of somebody with more followers than you re tweeting something but it's just like for my experience has always been. It's the the biggest pain in the ass you know. Or it's like the one the one that's always It because i wasn't sure if i was like because i saw cabana elected i was like healthy. Cabanas followers will get all bent out of shape. But like if it was like wade. Keller there are so many people who like hate. Follow him just to fuck and be like wrong. God's word drawn you know. Yeah so it was by and large the so. This is what i was. I was getting at because like the the responses are just like you know. Oh come down. People can have fun you know and it's just like that's that's so lame in and of itself also. My favorite response is always like you know. What are you fucking seriously. I'm like that's ironic. But the but the other thing was it's it's there is this knee jerk reaction to if someone doesn't like one thing it means they don't like any of it and then it turned into this Well this guy loves go into w oh just you just hate all of wwe. And i'm one guy was even like i stopped listening to a show because all they do is shit on. Wwe now and i was like and even call me like a bitter ex writer. And i was like this is a very. I'm like then. I started getting actually because i'm just kind replying like having fun. I'm just like a who gives a shit. But then i started reading stuff. I was like what what is that. What is that you know. And i put it out just now. The internet is twitter. The internet that's all is that all it is. I mean but i mean like what is this like you if you like h. e. w it means you hate. Wwe thing like what is that. You think it's just it's it's literally that you know. Some people need to wake up in the morning and figure out something to you. Know bitch about or are you know it is. There's no way if you were at a wrestling show. I don't know maybe but it's just it it. It's nothing it's just it's it's a it's maple leaf it doesn't like it's like almost everything else like that. You read on twitter. It's just like you know someone says something and then people either designed to get mad or they they're happy about it or it's both and then people argue and people each other in the back and it doesn't matter and it doesn't mean anything but when it's you when it's happening to you you can't help but have a reaction to it you know and then it will cause you to wonder but i would caution you not to spend much time wondering about it because it doesn't fucking matter and it's not real you. I mean it was. It's more like. I was like what leads to this because i was thinking of it in terms of like like the guy. When we went one of the times we went to g c. W you know the guy that gets the All the the meat skewers in the forehead. Sure i and that's something where i mike. This fucking socks. This is garbage. I don't wanna watch it. But then like applying the logic of all but if it was kenny omega doing it you'd love it. You know what i mean right. Of course and i think that's just it's just something that's been whooped up as a talking point because i fucking very hard pressed to believe that those people who are that into whatever you either don't at least pay attention or read about or watch all that shit or if they don't believe that somehow there's like a fucking party line being drawn because you know you can only like one of the it just doesn't it does not ring true to me as an actual belief it rings true to me as an internet belief as a thing that someone might do in the moment to elicit a reaction or have a counterpoint. Or feel good that they're fucking smarter better but it doesn't. I don't know because. I like the person who watches the guy. Get fucking shit stuck in his forehead. I just find it very hard to believe that. There's very many of those folks to only watch that and nothing else and if they do feel like they have to fuck in find a platform on which to make sure that people know that and that they're doing the right things while other people are doing the wrong thing. It just doesn't seem like reality to me. I don't know. I mean but there is something to like someone saying something. Someone's saying they don't like something that you like and then turning that into a personal attack. Yes twitter one. Well here's my question though is like i feel like that this mentality existed when it was. Wcw versus wwf. Or even maybe even go even further of like the w fans were definitely like fuck the mainstream he. W but the difference i think is you know it was like i'm. Wwf guy. yeah but and that's where it kinda stopped not and the rest of you are flocking idiots. And i have and i'm able to you know get on the megaphone at the fuck in signing for the undertaker and yell at into a megaphone that everyone here socks because they they watch. Wwf and i watched wcw like. That's what i'm saying. Yes sure there are people who are like do yourself. You prefer a w but it does and that's and then as period it's not like and i need to make sure everyone knows that if they are not that they can suck bad as that is a internet thing and it's not only that were at a moment in history where you have the ability to share that on whatever level you can but i think it's a a piece it's a creation of where it's like i can fuck with people. I can eliza reaction. I can you know mix it up or be funny or insulting or whatever. It's not it's not real. I don't know. I mean look at a. You're also reminded me of like like when nitro went off the air there was like two million people who were like. I'm done watching wrestling now. Yeah it's interesting but who were just started a letter writing campaign and who was watching wwf to make sure they knew that they were. You know horrible. People wasn't there was no personal attack. You know it's like yes if you went down the line at these. Uw arena thuc wwf or wcw wasn't fuck wcw fans. I know this motherfucker who watches. Wcw what a fucking piece of shit. Let me You know like a bag of dog shit on his porch. Like what the fuck you talking about. I'd like to think that kids out. Certainly maybe maybe man you know maybe if you like if in your home room there was some fucking dude who only knew. Wwf was and you might be like you might make fun of somebody. I'm not saying. I would but i could see that. Yeah one on one level in in the fucking doggy. Dog world homeroom I mean i think what's i mean for myself. Certainly there was a time where i was like. I only watch. Wwf and like. I'll like there was a time when i stopped taping nitro on the other channel. I was just like. I'm not interested anymore. You know and then it really was you that was like you gotta come see ring of honor with me you know and i knew that it was there and i was and it wasn't like i was like this is the this is minor league wwf. Because i think that those people are out there that are like wwe is pro wrestling. Sure and everything else is fuck and you know how could it be than wwe you know. I certainly didn't feel that way. I wasn't like others no ways it's good as wwe. I was just like i think ultimately i was like i didn't wanna get sucked up. There would be no bottom no matter what you thought you weren't like will vince. What kind of fucking weirdos are going to be there like who the fuck could even be at this thing right if they don't just watch. Wwf like what the fuck do they. What are they buying into over here. This is like this is a line of bullshit. Because that's you feel like that. Were those dudes at ring of honor. Though who were like they were the ones that were like fuck. Wwe and fuck you for watching it. Maybe maybe not that harsh. But i don't know about that but again it doesn't to me yeah. All mother fuckers were watching. Wwe back. but also i just it didn't it. It was not it. Didn't feel like it was a personal attack. Like let's go find the fuck in the fans you know. Let's go to wbz shows and cause trouble and tell people they're stupid to their face but now what about this is why i was also eager for your perspective because coming from the music world and the the straight edge hardcore stuff like that was like there were lines in the sand there. There could be an and there were at times but I never i was always in a in a scene where it was all intermingled and people did everything and there were straight edge kids in their words. I know there are other places where it was much more like violent and it and it also depends show to show sure but even as simple as like they were dudes that if they buy your place. You're like i gotta hide the settling record yet. But it wasn't no one was going to. I don't know it's just doesn't like if there's a difference between a f- a friend of yours or someone you know like a little embarrassed to like reveal something to them or someone replying to tweet and being like. Are you being fucking brainwashed. By tony kahn. You stupid motherfucker. Like all right. You like that. Sideshow circus start using the gym. Cornet lingo. You know whatever it is but Yeah so of course. People disagree on shit and sometimes it gets a little personal but like this whole thing in wrestling of like you know these like lines being drawn where you can only like one or the other and if you do like right the one the wrong one. It's a personal thing but the road into beginning of your watched any of those shows At now on the road. But i'm curious to see because like kurkin halls empty right. It's pretty empty crazy to me. Yeah it's like it's super quiet like there's hardly anybody in there and you can really hear stuff in the ring that you couldn't even hear that that was. I was planning on watching some of that this week. Because i was like. Oh man that's just like i mean. Of course they're now they're cranking amount. There's already been like three or something but like they're just little fucking bang bang shows. It's like yeah you know it's it's good stuff. It's good stuff Anything in particular to watch out for just well. You know so. I haven't been watching the entirety of each show. Oddly enough i've been watching. Mostly the tunnel. She stuff and then. I'll i'll going on you. I mean but you gotta you gotta pay attention because you got you got Tashi and shingo hadn't for a fucking one on one battle. So like the one i watched last night was a master wacho and tallahassee versus shingo and bucci band so okay you got to follow the money do in fact the the match before that was a six man where was ton ohashi honma and somebody verses naito a six man but it was the first time i think at least that i remember where it seemed like things. Were going exactly right. And you could kinda really kind of smell with with naito that he was getting a little Maybe upset with With honma really yeah. So that's worth looking at just to see if i'm crazy. Okay just smelt like you know. How many don't work that much. Maybe you know he's a little. I mean fuck even before the pandemic was like god. Well especially after owning brain scrambled remember. Oh my god well he was. He was like never going to wrestle again. He was out. Yeah he's he was going to become a sayer. Something probably hey like his head broke off of his body. I fucking voices. I've been gobbling evidence. That's just lemme tell me what you do. I'll do whatever you want me to do. Just tell me what to do. I'll do it. I was gargling nails before i came here. I just came from a voiceover session where to the voice of dark side on super friends. Like is this a cautionary tale about tanning beds and vocal cords. What's going on. Well i still got still be up there. I haven't watched it forever. But there is that like mini dock. They do about him on new japan world. Where he's just like he. He goes to a restaurant and it's like this is what tana how she eats right and he just like her standard i. I don't know why can't get the same body. Estan hachi those those interviews on the that are translated in english with takahashi that's just going through his career like every couple of weeks or something. They'll release another one. Like i say the one about Try to recruit him away. Those things are phenomenal. They're they're they're real quick but there's always like some fucking some all. There's always some juice in there like they asked about when he was in hustle for a minute music. Yeah didn't like it was like i wasn't into it sucked. They're hilarious man. He's he's the greatest and kevin. Kelly has been doing alone which is also kind of amazing to watch these shows so far. He's been signed solo. Is he over there. Yeah so he went over apparently in quarantine through christmas to be able to do the dome and he's staying. I think through february or something to do the shelves or whatever. God bless them but But i thought there was something about like non resonant people getting tossed but maybe he's got the the right yeah. He's got a work visa. I think it was like more. It was more than that. It was like if you didn't if you weren't like a resident or something. But you know i think maybe new japan at least has some political power still. Maybe maybe maybe an okie stole live right going well And i think The new japan strong or whatever. They're calling that. Friday shows heating up got back in I saw bateman has a match on earth was friday or next friday. Oh really okay and then did you watch that The the briscoe brothers going back to the bubble no I sent you the link to video. Where like mark briscoe is like all right right back to the like gets in his truck and he goes down the road. And jay's on like a fucking harley davidson He's like what like he's pissed that jays like going to ride the harley and so he's like jays like all right let me just grab my bag out of the truck or throw my bag in the truck and then we'll we'll go and then fucking seen as steps away from the bike mark jumps on the bike shoots off. Jay tries to run after him gets back in the truck and they're headed to the bubble man. It's a classic briscoes is it on. Its on their twitter. Yes yes it. Was i believe and ever since ever since all those chickens died they never been the same. They have never been the same. The big flies says rally. They've probably had fucking they've killed a million birds since then but that one that one Group there's just no. I mean no one will ever be able to do a wrestling promo like that again. Where you just take. The spoke very specific circumstance. You're in and turn it into. Oh he's mad now he's gonna kick your ass on saturday supposed to go hunting. We gotta clean up all these dead chickens now and they're just like they have a pickup truck full of dead chickens and he's just like just forty thousand dollars. Goddamn money about forty thousand dollars. Briscoe fucking came off. The top and ring of honor did forget it I was watching I'm back trying to work through some of Early nineteen ninety all japan. I watched What did i watch the fucking ricky. Shoshu tag with i ricky issues partner but It was it was the two of them versus tiger mask to and and ten rue Do better yet do every time. It was ten rue and Choshi in the ring against each other. The crowd lit up. Lay ensues and wasn't it wasn't even like these were hot tax. It was just these about the beat the shit out of each other home. God was a fucking fun and it was some you know. I don't know if it was. I think it so there was in the dome. I really don't know but it it also said This was unaired so there was no commentary at all. Which you know. Taylor leave it. He's i don't understand it anyway. It certainly adds to the excitement because all you all you feel. Is that emotion from the from the announcers and also with is when. You're watching all japan every so often baba's on the ones in tuesday's just like river urge got amick. Be anyone else right. But it's just the crowd and man they're so mean to each other. Just fucking yeah. It just seems like god. It's yeah it's there's a there's a real nece not not. Just a stiffness. There's a real mess right. Yeah just twenty five minutes of i. Don't think these people like each other. Absolutely i did. I've i've watched both episodes of straight up. Steve austin so far have come on raw. I got hooked into the icy one. Yeah ice tea. One was great. And the fucking lou cones Give two shits about luke owns. It was still fun. Austin is just good at it. who's lou cones. It's like a country. Singer was trying to figure out a way to send the i st episode two derosa. Because he'd fucking eat that up. Yeah it was good. The story he tells about flavor flav like reddening him. Yeah right. I mean also i mean. I know. It's eleven o'clock on usa. But they had to have taken it to the limit of saying the word shit and they were blinking motherfucker but it was like they were both can go. Rhino was when he's like when stone cold. Got like the hydraulics going. And the and he almost fucking jobs to the car took it in the tin. God damn fuck out. Yeah. that's good. It's so funny. I like the way that it switches. Where like icees like you. Don't let some other dude touch your fucking cars. You don't touch another car. Like like steve. Better be careful. All of a sudden steve's getting hot at the fucking guy who's card out quality entertainment to. Oh my god. I could watch those two they. They don't even i mean of course a cop show starring those all right in but even if it was just a reality show where they just get coffee. Yeah been happens on the show run around. Oh shit auto. What a better match than like those two freezing motherfuckers than than ice and cold ice call and that's the name of the show. Ice cold ice cold writes itself man. How many how. Many steve austin movies. Have you watched any. I mean you've seen the expendable ze. Yeah condemned thank expendable is might be. The only one i've seen the condemn was even in theaters. Yeah i need to. I need to rectify that Because then there's a bunch there's like They're all the way over there. He was like you know all the straight to dvd once he where he's like 'cause condemned he's the star right. There's there's i forget who the other there's other like you know is gerard butler and that. So the guy's name you condemned. Yeah oh i mean. I guess that's an actor it could be. That's definitely an actor. But like expendable. He's you know he's a glorified sidekick that he's eric roberts benjamin. Yeah and he's he's he's more kind of like the guy standing there green like you're going to deal with these Souls and then gets his ass kicked by like salone or somebody Who has the other guy in the condemn. But yeah like the condemned. You know the premise right. It's like you know they're hunting people. Typical a very Know what you want to go and do that for man. vinnie jones. Oh yeah jones. Yeah yeah I should is. They'll it tooth from smash well then. They condemned to now. Now we're talking eric. Roberts and randy orton. Oh god to now or fucking in the hunt. I just caught a I don't know if it was like offered to me as a memory or something but It was that like weird drummer on universal city. Walk when we went to see moxley's twelve rounds remember. We went into what's the what's the rib joint right there that we went to. Oh the guy that was outside the window. Yeah and he just had all a whole wall of drums of him. Yes i can't remember. Where did i like walk. You walked out there. I like walked. Like i was walking to or something and i i did something weird i remember but yeah like me and similar inside just like cracking up because like you will you just because you. You're just doing because you know we're watching walking up just like Yeah you might have. Did you ask. Walked right up. Maybe and was sort of interacting and then trump to those but But i just had this clip up of like must've been from the window when we were all inside just like oh yeah yeah oh please send me that. It was speaking of randy fucking The viper machine on monday we had a meltzer was like rainier and his wearing a destroyer mask to destroy. It was very very similar to the destroyer. So when the the Remo williams the adventure big man definitely did you watch all of raw l. Yeah it was tough. But the alaska match. That's what i was going to say. The oscar match with alexa bliss. Where she just they go to commercial and they come back and she's a different lady or something and well at the end. It wasn't even a commercial. She's just fucking. It was like after the pinch. She stood up and was a different person. Wasn't even there wasn't even a like a break. It was like in the blues brothers. Where suddenly cab. Calloway in the blues brothers band or wearing nice clothes los and they just go back to what it's like the thing with her in the swing set that i was talking about where it's just like they're just doing this shit now where it's like because it's all just kind of there's no actual people there they can kinda like rat. Oh well yeah fuck shit. But i ll man. I really have a hard time. Well i it this with my like i was gonna say was that's what she reminded me of the the the the the old man who trains reema one he's just like it's just like the lamest like like just dodging bullets like right casually moving out of the way type of thing Bothers you there was an awa love it of course The the fact that piped in noise that they just keep at like a frenzied pitch throughout. It's almost like it's almost like a white noise machine. Where no it's it's from the video game like he. He sing up on about your mania once they they are legit playing the crowd noise from. When you play the video game. I just like it kills me that there's just no nuance to it at all. It's like they go to a backstage. It's like it's fucking someone walking to the ring hat like there's no it becomes too much for me to the point where like when i was watching friday fucking cole and graves at first. I was like are they actually there because their audio sounded so we that was like are they doing. Are they not there anymore. And then i was like. Oh no. they're there. But you know it's like it's like the openings they used to do with Mcmahon and ventura for superstars where it was like clearly a green screen but they try to make it look like they're in the audience. Yeah very weird because then you got the did you watch any of the Deputy of challenges. That went up on the network. I haven't yet dude It's all from eighty six like when the show was it what the show was and then it became challenge. Championship wrestling became superstar so it must have been all star. Wrestling are men at that show. But i still been on though. Many challenge just became a new syndicated. Show i don't know if it was necessarily an old show that the name of it changed and remember may have been but at any rate. It's it's the early days of it. It's monsoon Luscious johnny v and big cat. Ernie ladd called action. Wow all wearing those matching you know. Wwf yeah but just like for me that the fact that they dislike have it at one volume and its loud. the whole time is just. It's difficult because i was like it can be distracting. I watch it with sound odd very often. That's because i was going like oh man you know like of course. I'm like i'm going to get up for the royal rumble. But then i was like how will it be different. Hopefully they to like it'll just be produced because you used to always like a paper would look different than a just the way it was lit and stuff so maybe they won't fuck strange there in that new stadium and it just looks like the same right ship because i was asking somebody there i was like i was. I was going to be different. He's like he's like all the difference. It's a fucking pain in the ass to get around backstage because the place is so fucking big. Yeah you know. Yeah yeah you watch dynamite. I watched dynamite. Fucking darby goddamn cage and i watched a bit of an x t. Yes darby cage a brutal display. Faulk dude reminds me the story you told about the first because the first time you saw darby was that evolve and it was against cage. I fucking forgot about that. Yeah when he threw him from the ring or the stage rights showing up shown up to the show and being like dude. This guy reality. He does not give up the cut. The what is is taza son. Just gonna look like a fucking clown every week. He's like he's like a zoom range. Yeah what he's doing the the you know. What's what's mysterious kid's name but just way worse like at least. He looks like a tentative. Dominic looks expensive. This kid just looks like a goof dominic with that fucking Sweet as turnkey hat on that one week. God bless them amid. It's a family. Show run awa man. If you've got a kid you could bring them to work and melbourne on the shell. That's now every day is bring your kid to work day. That's right well. I mean the one of the one of the e pieces. Is you know the most over baby face in professional wrestling today. Dusty rhodes his son so it's just like it's that's right the gun club very familial. I was talking to my Nick monday about this about how i feel like. If there were people in the crowd that they probably would have turned on cody at this point And i may an and dynamite certainly feels like put it this way. They wouldn't pretend like everybody wasn't booming. With or whatever. And i think that they really would have and they very well may be leaning into you. Know cody's the he'll who thinks he's a baby face. I don't know. I really don't know. But i think if there was an audience there that's where they'd be at right now anyway right. Yeah i think that's good What else happened on wednesday. I mean chuck is now the young boy of miro. Which is we're gonna we're gonna have some sweet vignettes sued. He's jim you'd better be washing his dog me out there in the yard share the dog and like and they gotta be doing some bits like like yelling at his wife who goes unnamed in the next room. You know yeah you gotta fuck it hope. That's i really. I'm worried that it's gonna wind up being a disappointment because my hopes are so high. You know chuck is just marrow's a funny motherfucker too so hopefully that could be some real good shit i What else happened. I mean fucking eddie. Kingston had a killer match against pac Yeah i think caused me to ask you has has king. Kingston has not won a match on dye. Well he won that battle royal. Let's be honest right but he did. But i'm saying he has not had his hand raised in a w dark. Maybe but yeah. That was my response. I was like well. I don't watch dark so it probably happened over there Six man tag was sick You know gals anderson. The inner circle did their new year's resolutions. The i think britain bakers waiting room. Needs to be how the show opens every week. She's such a god damn riot. Yeah that that was a little. That was a little odd to me. Well it was weird. Because you know 'cause she's interviewing cody and then obviously like brandies pregnant so she can't come out and now it's like two other wrestlers. Come out and psych. Why was why was cody here. To begin with yeah and with everyone else turned up. It's just. It's also strange to me that you know shack is having a message delivered for him. Oh my lord and then What else drastic express. Fdr always good. Well you know for. Marco come i or little marco little marco and then serena deeb versus a tie county. This is going to be the falling out between the f. t. r. and the cornet man 'cause fdr was like. We're gonna fucking kill marco stunt and whatever whatever and then he was like he's like don't evoke my name if you're gonna fucking embarrass yourself on tv and do don't ever put my fucking name and your fucking both mouth again annexed. I like you know they they. They know they're doing over there. If they want matt mccarthy the tune in they say hey man it's going to be kansas laurey versus shots. Black sake one. Come to. And then i'm hooked then. I'm sucked dan because what was after that. There was some after that that i liked. Loomis pete done is calling out from valor. That's just going to be sick match. that's money that's the thing i was gonna say is luminous and gargano. I don't the match. Whatever lou. Mrs whatever but gargano might be the perfect motherfucker for a feud loomis because when he's holding up that fuck and you know Santa monica pierre caricature of him right. 'cause gargano great when he's all bent out of shape sure you know so. This may were if they cause we. It's just like i can't do baby faces who are scared. You know or even the heels. I mean it's just this weird. Obviously gargano say he'll but like it's just this. I can't do You know teeth chattering with pro wrestlers. Gra you literally kicked people's asses for a living. You know like oscar who used to kick people's heads off. Their bodies is scared because alexa bliss went from pink to black. You know it doesn't. It doesn't work for me. Made all the more obvious. I'm watching that. All japan show and obviously very different show very very different. Time era book philosophy. But i'm watching rico shoe and i'm like i can't i can't picture this guy being of a gun least of all a guy with the mustache and bug is it's I always wondered. Because i got a i got one of my surveys and it was like it wasn't about a specific event or anything. It was like like which you know. Annex t raw smackdown on which of these shows like. Are you interested. I are you currently interested in the shows. How much if not. When's the last time you were kind of questions Which is always just like. You know who knows if this is this data ever fucking good probably does it like you said it goes in a book called the but i'm always like what was the impetus of this being emailed to people. You know what. I mean right. Let's fire white. People are watching everything. Leads up to it. you know. it's like god we need to find out why an because ultimately it's like this busy work for someone ran. Fortunately they but they but god forbid they don't have the data compiled when suddenly on a whim. Vince wants at that day. Yeah lord knows none of these fucking surveys is going to sway him one way or another I feel you. i feel. I see over there. Sneaking twenty eight bucks went up going to go up. It went up three dollars. They have manila tony. Kahn's and they're gonna have to raise the right She it excited about the fight. Pit fight pit you. Can you must be all fired up about the fight. Penn does that seem like a thing. That i'm oh god we call no flight pit vince. Young man oh always sticking his nose in a fight pit in here. By mid april you know soon as they. They bought a new house. He's like georgia honey. You gotta understand. There needs to be a room where open up the door. And there's a fight pit what you've got over and yonder pit and he fight. You want to save the crossword for next time. Did you take a crack at it. Yeah i mean we can do it today or we can. We can do next time either. Way i did. I did what i could do. I you're not going to like this. I tried to scan and print it but it was like it wasn't legible so i just had to do it in the magazine. Oh no we're talking about the inside the ropes Crossword the back of their magazine from the recent issue withdrew grew issue for january. Twenty twenty one would do I'm i did. I did all right. I i mean basically everything i put in. I know i was right now. You'll yeah exactly so and some of them. I will admit like if i couldn't come up with at once. I had a few letters. And i could you know but but the ones let me talk about the ones that i was able to figure out there. Yeah there were a couple. That i just don't know and then there were a couple of bothered me that i couldn't figure it out Let's see here twenty six down de-fund defunct joshi promotion founded by chiggers Nagoya something japan. Right i did not have that one either. But i know a begins with a g. and ends with an a correct Twenty three down connects. papa. Sean go to call scorpio and conan. Also here's here's the weird thing about that one is when you count the spaces in the crossword itself. There's seven letters. But yeah i was looking at it and i was like what the fuck it also. Well let's work connects what can act ugly. And steve mcmichael also did not like the word bully fits. But i don't believe steve mcmichael have a gimmick where he was a bully will. My thing was or no. It doesn't it would. There's oh the second letter is l. Oh let me look. It's rob van. Dam is the word across. Its its eleven down. You know what i wrote in my. Oh i wrote mongo. that's what i was. I was like. That's that fits. But i i don't remember bobby beret ever having mongo and his name or i was. I was curious. I was like i wonder if maybe before he see. W if he just went by the name mongo or something and we were there for this. But i don't know what rocks nickname for baron. Corbin was super tough dude. So s. t. s. t. e. n. s. Yes yes that and we were there for that. It was the first smackdown on raw on fox right. I couldn't i couldn't get that one Ch- yeah because down was What connects ron and nicole. That's bass and what's what's the salman crow. Seven down four letters and eight letters same mccallion. Oh okay so. I must have had six across wrong. What's six across ali something recent addition to firefly on house. Oh i didn't know. I didn't put see i. I thought that was web. It like wabc b. it wobbly. But maybe i'm just wrong. Maybe it is because the other thing is what we're doing it. I feel like we can google cheap. 'cause there's oh it has sammy. Yeah i must. I must have wobbly web at wrong. Let me look up. Fire five one house characters because Becau- 'cause wobble walrus that's a walrus. Scott it there you go yeah so. Let's sammy callahan Now some that. I was like embarrassed to not no. Let's see what about While hukou islanders tag partner fifty two across fifty two. I don't know what it could be because it's four letters and i'm like his partner was tonga kit right. Where's fifty two acrossed. It's on the right side right in the middle letters. I feel like i got a is it. This is all i wanted to do was just scratched. The itch fucking. Because i'm like what the hell was. Because he's definitely a dude that they gave several different names to right. The one that i was that i'm like bear so they can't come up with without looking is the power empowering delory hercules but see for some reason. I must have something else was tom. A- yeah i should have got that one. Tom t. Tomah dammit 'cause all i can think it was tonga kit like who did the who was the publisher of wrestlemainia. The arcade game a claim. Okay see that's why. Because when i 'cause i thought about that and i was like wait a second because i put it because because because i had hercules so i knew that it was a c. And all my whole life. I thought claim was spelled with two ks. Because of the way i love you had your Yeah you had that tweet. And i actually i was like i was looking at. It was like holy fucking shit. These were seized this whole time. I couldn't believe it. Somebody pointed out at his. It's fun hearing lord. Alfred hayes voice in your head of like a claim what's rights ninety nine gimmick that i was upset i could not figure that out the nine g one climax winter also upset could not figure that out this one like the weapon used by scott hall on goldberg at stark eight ninety eight. Yeah because it's seven letters. I one four letters. Second one three letters because i was like. Oh it's a prod. And then i look and i'm like that is not four letters and three letters This is this is seventy nine across. I mike sitting there. I'm like playing it over and over in my head. Because i'm like what is it shock. Stick calling it. I'm like what the fuck is three ladders. Four letters and three letters. What the fuck is it doesn't make any sense. This is one of these ones. Where i'm like. I feel like i couldn't even google it because i'm like. What is this specific thing. That they were calling the cattle prod. Because that's all. I remember them fucking saying it was but then these ones like the city that hosted judgment day. Oh eight like that is so rude. You know the only reason. I was able to figure out the first row rumour. Papal view was in texas is because it was five letters in the second letter e because i knew that chabot juniors hobbyhorses named pepe. S here's the one. Here's this is the one that i was like. I don't know the answer i'm upset. I don't know the answer i'm upset. I don't know this movie. i'm upset. I haven't seen this movie. I need to see sixty three across river of blank. Horror flick starring kurt angle kevin nash and said oh ribbon. May this is a movie. I need immediately. Wow so that. I'm gonna look up and we gotta find that one dude dude river of movie. Kurt angle river of darkness. Ooh starring kurt angle. Kevin nash psycho said vicious. The hunt is on yet is to find that. So why is this movie. Two thousand eleven horror. louis dude. It's straight up this. Dvd it says during the stars of tna. Oh my god all right van. I don't even remember being in. And i'm not saying he wasn't. Oh my god. Glaciers a to bingo o'malley that is oh my god bill hinz men. He'll hints means the first zombie. You see in night of the living dead. Hick pittsburgh represent wow. Let's see what the plot of this movie is. Is there even a wikipedia. yes there is. River of darkness is american horror. Film by director. Bruce colour film features professional wrestling stars. Kurt angle kevin nash and said ud credited as psycho said vicious As well as ray. Lloyd in a. Oh that's glacier in a minor role Plot when unspeakable evil falls on a quiet river town. Sheriff logan played by kurt. Angle is thrust into a chilling nightmare of death and mayhem. He's confronted with a series of horrific murders each more vicious than the last and soon learns of the community. Cd passed and the evil that has risen from purgatory to exact revenge on the town. Wow so evil from purgatory. holy shit. One of the characters bingo o'malley plays virgil so. Is that like virgil from the divine comedy. The the writer virgil or is it. Whereas it ted. Db's manservant virgil. I don't know we have to get to the bottom of this. Let's see rotten tomatoes nine percent on rotten tomatoes sue. I don't think they're going to be able to do this crossword every month. You ain't gonna run out of shit. Yeah i mean without it being you know all these questions like well ever yeah. What's what's city hosted judgment day in two thousand eight that. Yeah that is fucking steph dude. I was proud of myself. The amount of should i got i. I only missed You know one two three. What's sexton hardcastle edge. Oh fuck you to miss that one What was on the johnson's named wcw. That i did not know that three letters and then one letter. Mrs. acts or something. I'm like what what could it have been This i thought was perhaps in bad taste early. Left a bad taste in my mouth. Fifty nine across was japanese reality. Show featuring malate hana camera in cows. I'm like it was something that went down that show that she wanted fucking bullied in killing herself. Like damn why. Why bring that flick. What what's the next thing going to be. What town where the bed was lived. It's just like all right. I understand the the the the answer is atlanta. But it's like why are you bringing this up in my great fucking bummer psych. What hot dish did You know Let's bring over after the benoit murder. Exactly just kind of money. I his name. Dave taylor dave taylor who is one of the. How do you connect a dave alicia. Terry there you go. Who's alicia taylor. I knew it sounds familiar. But i was like i assume. Dna knockout or something. I don't know Twenty-three at twenty four. I only missed twenty. Four out of who I've been feeling we specifically missed all the say once. Yeah who's andy star. Harlem didn't know that one was driving me crazy all fucking week. Well hey it was a good time. Well alaska's arena time. I like i felt like a fucking there. Were times where i was like. This is too easy. And i was like. Yeah but anybody else trying to do this. Crossword puzzle would be like. What is this ship. So i was like okay and you know what give myself credit for for for knowing that. Oh the first person in the pwi five hundred the first number one. I was like well. Who would it have been. I'm like oh the name shawn michaels fits and then once. I got a few other ones i was like. Oh yeah it is shawn michaels fuck. Yeah dude I wonder how fucking david krumholz ended up on raw. Hadn't he been it's funny. I'm sitting there. And i'm like oh he's been on this before but then i was like wait. No he's not the dude that was on psych. Now david criminals is like yeah he was fucking patch show and all that and a number of other things. But i know i'm like sitting there. I'm like so he fucking flew from l. a. to fucking florida. I think he's but i thought he was living in upstate. New yorker in new york. Maybe but either way. I think florida yeah. No i don't think he's based in fucking fla. God bless ya. It'll get you drunk. yeah. I don't know how that came together that it's a good good goddamn question anyway. Homework got to be done. We are almost done with nineteen eighty-four. Can you believe it kids. Mid south pro wrestling december fifteenth nineteen eighty-four. We opened up with jim. Ross and joel lots. They look like a principal and the senior class president. There's there's a point during this open when joel lots is looking at the camera. The way like a hostage. They're the people who are holding them telling the camera that he's being treated well and he's just trying to fuck and communicate with his face that he's not just trying to send a message with blinking See footage of ted debut. Buddy landale promo from earlier that night. buddy lane del. Tv champion Challenges shawn michaels. Dare i say coke sweats that there is a lot There's a lot of the champions. Don't want because all the champions are heels now sure and they do not want to defend their belts against the actual number one contenders right. So buddy's like i'll fucking defended against this kid shawn michaels. It'll be a great match. And i'm sitting there thinking it's going to be fucking great match To see one half of the tag champions Calls the rock scree express cry babies but says if they can beat them tonight they can get a shot at the belts. Also i wrote this down. Buddy refers to himself as the tv midsouth title champion. Got a kick out of that Boy pierce fashioned police just wearing a boring blue suit but with a radioactive of vest underneath leg looks like radioactive puke. It is just an insane green It's alive i dunno. Then we buddy elvers. Hp k non title match. But he's very upset that his non title and he declares if this kid can beat me he can have the metal not as much action as i was hoping for but Still a fun fucking match. Buddy land landale versus shawn michaels. It's kind of like a dream. Come true got a young. Hp came in. He can't full throttle here. Well yeah. He's very relies very heavily on the arm bar in the snatch. I'm like all right. Let's get going here but Buddy winds up on top once it hits them with that elbow buddy when he appeared pin somebody he puts every ounce of himself into it great. He'll select twice as fun. Great ernie ladd versus brad armstrong for the north american ship. Ernie ladd refuses to wrestle hacksaw. Jim duggan refuses to wrestle hacksaw. Butch reed has agreed to wrestle. Brad armstrong and it is ernie. Lads undoing Lad tries to cheat. Brad fights fire with fire uses the shit against him and then god damn new. North american heavyweight champion predator founded odd. That i think it was. What's was like takes takes a lot of courage or let's like tell you what to do. Object choke today like it was strange to me and we're all next week. He's still champ. We're not challenging s or and they're like well you know he obviously was going to do it so it's okay all right all right. I mean i understand fighting fire with fire. But like brad's new territory and right away. I'm like i'm supposed to get behind the sky. it's weird. it was not a situation where brad's fed up. And where fed up. And ernie lads getting a dose of his own medicine is just ernie was going to cheat and brad did it before he could first opportunity the first opportunity of the rose. Yup so the next is a dream match as chosen by us. The mid south audience we set in our postcards and people wanna see magnum. ta against kamala Do which i believe we saw already. Didn't we set the march. The match that everyone wanted to see we wanted to see a rematch of kamala versus Magnum ta. I'm through my notes. Careful what you wish for happened yet. Who did magnum fight before. Fight fire with fire with fire. Fight anyway dream match Ugandan as boyd would say well also at one point Kamala starts slapping stomach and yelling. I guess in his you know in ugandan sauce. It jim gerard says. I don't know what that means. Mary's hungary or i don't know what it means. He's hungry or what Magnum what's how fight cannot overpower kamala. Kamala hits him with three splashes ta laid out on his face down three splashes the back. The referee calls for the bell. Now that's a stoppage and kamala winds right immediately. Jim ross starts to speculate i think. The referee stopped decreed kamala. Because enough's enough and it's like if how does that work. Do you think jim. Ross twenty twenty one would lead excalibur. Get away with that bullshit. Come on yeah. That's that's that's the fucking. The worst part about diet is just jim. Ross questions everything. It feels like everything. But you're at least a couple of times a segment. It also say that kind of bums me out slash is a little slimy. When like you know. I'll see like today. I see some photos of kara shida. That are kind of like a little more risque. Or whatever. And i'm like why is this in my time line and then i see why and it's because jim ross's liked it you know and it's not like from her account either. It's a w women or like some like other account that specifically the i'm like come on dude. That's not cool man borough we got. Oh so three. Splashes referee stops it. Butch reed comes in buddy. Land outcomes in tennessee. Miozzi comes in. Ted tries to nail butch nails buddy instead buddies out come on. He's got the taped up hands and buddies Bush start smashing it. Now ted is out now. Butch reed The head dress. From akbar i mean butch rate fought off one two three four five people to save magnum. Ta eating his no-show boudreau. Though that was the ted handle him. Tim horner versus dale. Visi this match just feels like job guy on job guy at an angle alert was not the case. Tim horner getting pushed. Just yeah this is. This is a our first of many standby matches Jack victory versus the popular. Terry taylor come on was like boy. Pierce is trying to do a magic trick. Where he's like trying to convince us that we think is popular. That can't be. They can't be Terry ellis versus private. Terry daniels a terrorist. Olin valor stolen valor. Terry heavy show Yeah this is weird. They announced him as being part of the cobra. Core and but then there's just no mention of sargent slaughter. It's just bizarre. But also have you ever seen any of those stolen valor videos. No so it's like a thing. Where like these videos online. Where you'll see someone who like is in military and a lotta times not allowed but often it'll be someone who maybe just isn't completely on the level mentally but they're like you know at the store and so they're either getting something they are not supposed to being treated away because thought is that their military and then someone will be like. You're not in the fuck what you know like what division or were you or whatever. And then they fuck and like call out for like stolen valor. So i was like. I see this guy and i'm like dude was never in the fucking military but who knows maybe i all i remember. Also he's a private so it's like what are you doing over here shouldn't you be. And what does it. Ross as i believe he's still in the military or the marines reserves. Now it's like fuck you next week. He again no fucking uniform on eldest. Say that it's very interesting. i. I'm positive i've seen this guy like either on. Wwf television or some some associated with sargent slaughter where he like either took a marine train them to be a wrestler. Something some rub that they were trying to get this. Because that's where it ended from me right now. I see this guy. They're trying to. I guess he's working the road like send him down to fucking watts. Save watt if. I can get him get him some experience so this is very i need to look into this guy a little bit more Ted i cuts a promo. You heard his hands but He's been nursing his hand for two years bents why he wears glove. His hand has been hurting him for new year's night in eighty two events brutal but Even though dr death his good close personal friend is going to take his spots. If the rock and roll express can beat Steve williams and hercules. Then they will get a title shot next week We get a cheap shots Right away hercules. Cheap shots ricky. Morton ricky's on the cell most of the match Ricky gets the hot tag grafted and see it. Yossi runs in with the fuck and gimmick in his hand tries to get The rock and roll winds up getting hercules. Run into ted goes down rock and roll. Gets the win rookies on the outside. He gets the post big beatdown back. Yeah ricky's got blood from getting posted. Mike jackson comes in the action jackson. I one there to make the save disposed of quite quickly. And then terry taylor and the other glorified Chop guys tim horner and poor brad. Armstrong way to win the title. They come out and save the day. December twenty second nineteen eighty-four mid south wrestling. We get an announcement from boyd pierce. That the ass man king. Parsons is going to be there. I swear to god he said the ass man. I think he's mad because he someone told me he's gotta start wearing these regular suits. I i mean what is going on. Is bill watts furious. And these fucking coming down on everybody. It's your fault his fault. And i fault your fault boyd pierce fashioned where that shit on. Wwf yeah jim. Rawson boy wearing matching suits. It's fucking terrible Boyd pierce puts over jim. Ross silver tongue. Golden throated. jim ross. We see the original kamala video from memphis. I think is the memphis video right. Seems like we ask kamala Replay butchering versus ernie ladd from two weeks ago. Or kamala comes back. Replay of magnum. Ta versus kamala from last week They mentioned that magnum. Ta is out with injuries. What happened last time. Replay of the tag match from last week. And now right into the dream match this dream match. Vince got more postcards and viewer mail than any of the other dream matches why it had to wait a week and why the rock and roll had to win a match last week in order to get. It is beyond me because the fans of midsouth wanted. It won't be explained rock and roll express versus hercules hernandez and Ted drc for the mid south tag championships. Who the fuck is this announcer. At least not that. Fucking ofi radio guy. Oh my god fucking wacky ron in the morning a coming at you with mid south report let me hear you sad sixty two and sunny no rain announcer with his fucking hat. Cocked at We got the glove. We got We got The headdress being used as a choking device by hercules and then ricky morton is out hercules then puts on his submission holds. They win unfairly. Helvin action packed lawyer match. Though you know. I mean you got hercules. He's he's good for what he does and eighty four the rock and roller flawless. Teddy yossi fucking flawless match. Yeah so it feels like this is something they're gonna take around the territory and really light it up But yeah this is. It's such a good spot for hercules. Because it's just like he needs to be he's a guy who needs to be in a stable you know he needed to be in the heenan family or the akbar army or with cornet you know. He's he's he's a good piece of a puzzle but like her you know. Wwf nature because of course mcmahon season with regard all. God dab got a new hogan here and says like break away from bobby. Put him on a fucking baby face. Run and it's just like you never see them again. Yeah what are we got kamala versus the iceman king parsons on loan from fritz. Ugandan the kamala music they dub in is very distracting but It's clearly dubbed in. Because all of a sudden you don't hear any ring announcers fans it's just weird. Yeah But you know it works. It's kamala what are you gonna do. I dig the fake iceman king parsons funk the pair play this did not feel like your average jim johnson This feels like something they bought at a. You know what what are some public domain songs that we own the rights to that we can use like. There was some horns going on. I don't know if it was all keyboards. Or what and. I was getting work. But doug our power sutton Let's see iceman goes after akbar. Kamala gets the win. A whole fucking thing. Baby faces in typical kamala match Buddy landau and dr death versus. Terry taylor tim horner body drop in the metal when he giant enough the metal on his sleeve at drops. It fucking full dude. That is bad as pro wrestling. That is pro wrestling to me. Because that's the thing like when when you know. I would tweet out a mike. This fucking mania video sucks. They're like oh why you gotta be so serious. I'm like that's not what's happening. Yeah i love comedy. Yeah this sucks. It's i wish he would have sold it a little more. Actually if he just would have at least been like you know yeah just sold it in some and it was just like shut up. Yeah but either way it was funny so beautiful this. This is what i want. That's all. I wanna buddy landau shining up his mental on the sleeve and then he drops it unbelievable Head scissors watch from Horner and warner with dr d while point and that leads to the finish come on. Yeah you know. Terry needs to go hornets to go. Dale veasey versus. Brad armstrong It was you know good match. These guys can with arm drag. Anyone dude would restaurant quality deep arm drag then we get the guerreros Versus butch reed and terry daniels. We are really pushing the idea that Where americans so we don't like the guerreros right. I was like what the fuck the grab to anybody. Dude nothing all of a sudden. It's just like usa chance in the guerrero's face We get dr death in there with his goddamn football helmet but read fuck. Just a killer. Baby-faced doesn't let it happen. I can fight off. Dr death even with the fucking inpenetrable football helmet the most deadly weapon and all of midsouth someone. Someone is trying to make a junkyard. Dog i mean. Let's be honest friend. This is the guy that ran off the junkyard dog And even with the interference and even with butch reed fighting him off the guerreros just decide to get themselves disqualified. Because they're so awful. They start beating the marine private with their bandelier os just flagrantly. Just we've just decided were going to beat you with these things now. Yeah i mean. I think we're seeing a little some cracks in the Bill watts psychological genius where we are getting some some cheap heat and some quick Some quick bullshit and then we end the show with a awful song who yeah real bad dubbed over a butch read music video. Wow yeah real bad song. Yeah not good. So next week is The last episode from nineteen eighty four. I believe it's december twenty ninth nineteen ninety-four and then the first week of january nineteen ninety five on and eighty five. My friend see you there. Vincent favorite wrestler. Yeah yeah says are oh baby. We're on our way to the rumble. Know as a great match Who's your favorite wrestler. Ricky shoshu joe shoe. Yeah i mean it was gonna be ten rule. I was like i'm antennas. Kicking the shit out of people and then all of a sudden reiki you goes in there and just starts clotheslining motherfuckers And i'm like. Oh my god. It's just one of these things where i'm like. We've gotten so far removed from the ask kicking. i don't even know if he's a baby face like they kind of didn't do a ton of i mean. There are still baby faces and heels even an all japan. But it's like that's almost as far removed as you get from it where it's just we just wanna see ass kicking. Yeah you know. But it's like i mean mcmahon. Forget it you. Just don't see that fucking i mean drew's about as close as you get you know to like it's a baby face and he just kicks people's fuck and absence through new speedy recovery Where can it gets find you. Online entrance ruin twitter. Vince dot april instagram monday. Night beers podcast. Every monday wherever. Podcasts are streamed zero powell mccarthy encouraging you can follow me on all forms of social media app mccarthy redhead every tuesday in the green zoom check my instagram for instance Information about that I should be getting a Another justify movie collection up soon but remains to be seen. I'm still sitting here surrounded by movies watching them whenever i can go three. Haven't any patriot. Shots pal andrew hegel hegel hegel the bagel andrew. I apologize you've probably heard that your entire life but I'm vince mcmahon. I have terrible sense of humor. Stephen peterson stephen peterson. You must be peter son. Again steven one apologize. Visit grand targets. Greg rohrbach rohrbach more Robot and greg apologize visit man since and that'll do it for this week. All right you guys can be a trio trios are now you stay safe my man. Will you stay safe there. A fucking mutation out there looking where you will see later this week for the playlists on the patriots on pata.
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And before we get going on his episode important thing to put your planner right now is that we are doing our first ever. It's a CIA about mental health in the workplace, and it's happening on the eleventh of April but two Thursday at seven pm at high street. Kensington Waterstones speak is on tasha Devon, Dr project car while call anchor and Mattie taught see that. I would say the main big explosion the head was in two thousand and three. I was getting ready full about championships. In Paris, been an international athlete for eleven years by then bidding the miniature for ten and I was trying for these championships and get injured again. And just sudden everything crushed remember to skirt into the tour look in the mirror. Heightened effect about myself what in the floor to open up jumping close over me. Basically not wanting to be there. So some scissors since I started cutting myself everyday at been injured, which has been a lot. And when you've got shorts upon many places to. Right. And despite the mess that stage, and that was when it kind of almost everything came crashing down. I mean, I think if you look back on it, you probably would think well, you obviously for nipple to it because you're free seventy vol- Costa rides in my life and journey ups and downs highs and lows for lots of things, and I suppose sometimes it just. You don't expect to do. I think a lot of people spoke tour now, it's not really what you think about how your life, you know, professional f late exponentially soldier the outside so hard. But when you get something mostly happened. Yeah. Crashed a two thousand three's really. And it must be some really sort of unique pressures for athletes. Yeah. I mean when you do in sport, especially late level, you've comfort journey to get there. Anyway, may not have dream most fourteen to begin limpet champion as fluffy cloud. Only fourteen. So reality is a fluffy cout at least gave me golden a vision. And when when I was in sport, I knew a copy good at some exotic. When you go through a journey where actually when it become fulltime aflaid. Everything is consumed by that life because you have a date in the diary when your mind championship is at the end of the year of Kamath games, you've been chumps world workshops Olympics. And that dates never gonna move here. It's not like work would daily life where you can take a day off or you can move it slightly. This is Dayton Dari. So that's already pressure because you think ahead of its four year period because of the Olympics champ, she think ahead, I have to be at my best at that time, then you break down. And then over those years, you have like three months cycle's never monthly program Wheatley program a daily program and even in that day, you're breaking down that day to wartime. You're gonna wake up what you can eat China time, you session is you muster recovery. Then the next time session and even when by session, you're thinking of in target and a time recovery, and we don't hit. The time. I do well or not doing well. So it's constant in your heads. So when you come through that it's a lot of pressure internally. And then, of course, she happy train and partners, and maybe gin fizzy who Paul of that journey as well. And so it becomes very so intense. How do you think the competition Elleman affects your mental health bus because I think what you're twelve with? How things are so regimented in structured. It's was a very easy to track yourself as well because you can say I'm not meeting this goal. This person is outperforming me. How do you stay sane without intense? Yes. But was very black. Komo and yeah, there's no gray. You have a win and losing getting paper, you know, getting a pay bay. So you know, what expectations all that? So that's one good thing. Because you know, what you're going to do to be good which might be in love. Life is subjective rather than kind of the. You know, the thing is when you top of game or trying to get to the top of the game. You can't seem to be character, and any sense because you up position there for you to be and that doesn't really if it doesn't really make sense because just because you might not be happy with time shouldn't necessarily might you think that your position it can only talk mum fast. But in your mind is like you want that bigger so pitcher to be out there and have the all around you that you invincible mushed and the best people that went over time vessel. I think they just think I'm up here. I wanna ask for, you know, it's kind of aptitude, so I suppose in when you competing at level you have everything else to contend with. So like just lifestyle generally getting codes diskette ale injured, how do you get over that injury to stoop on check? And that was oh, my smile downfield was the fat cat get inches. So when you say a physio that physique is treated and injury. So you go on the physiology bed like a straight into injury crying anyway because of the bite is in Natal stuck in. But no one ever back. Then said, how do you actually feel but injured because when you're injured just open your career is like nobody that's going to work, and you don't any money. If you don't go into work. You know, you're not get sick paid. And you don't get any penny tour unless you perform at high level when you win a race somewhere or something. So every time you Inge it, you'll just sink in championship us put me back or you might have to get a time to even be selected for that championship. Not even be at lose game jet. So every time you're injured has a negative hit on the focus and your confidence in yourself belief. And then you start worrying am I gonna get back in time ama- gonna be then as a negative thought process because when you do get back to training you start trying and then you start fight. Tinned because you think you're behind am. I gonna agree is constant that question yourself. Now when our she how you feel what you thinking when you're injured. I just know that you're down because that RAV them saying are you with the ended? I haven't timeout. Are we thinking of positive things that can make you think that you're going to still be in a back on track and going for go. And that's why I think my downfall was and what happened in sport. But then is we're not she us, you know. And you just go home of it. I'm sorry. You didn't think about it? I didn't think about it. I was going for injury. So as quiet in bed at night because us in can get injury when Attilio career is even all you've ever wanted and your heart. Your head is willing to jump in. And I say you create is going to be over. You don't want to hear things that you know. It's just a mind game all the time. You miss your sense of self as well. Yes, I AM News person. This why do you injured you can be is that khloe? How did you move on? In that time. Well, do you think saving grace for me was the fact that still have not, you know, at one Mezuza all of those temperatures at one ten major meadows order games at binti? Britain's at Olympic Games has never it wasn't gold. And 'cause I always thought acapella fifteen hundred meter champion. My goal was to still believe in that. So in two thousand and three was the before Athens, and even when I was going through the worst time of my life China for this world championships. I got silver metal outlets world championships round, my neck, and I thought no one is going yet. I'm stunned on this rostrum with civil measure world championships. And in that that made me feel like anything's actually possible. But what I also news are never achieved much, Raymond less. I injury free and didn't ever newness. You know, add gland your favorite tonsillitis up to carve torn achilles. Oh, everything. Do my. Seventy of injuries that with twelve years competant. So it was always that battle will I run I got in. So while I made the decision was that if I can win a silver medal. A no one is going through. I know a convenient champion. Attorney what it was always had in there. So the thing I needed to do is to make sure those people around me new on the help. I didn't tell anyone Moore skying for bus. That's my physio. I'm going to start you because I know I can do this. If I stay injury-free, I just knew it, and but China important, I gave up his whole international career that year to be my training partner because he was a bloke. He was better than me fossil. The me he knew that if he helped me that actually that would inspire might have him. So I just made sure that the team around may new the needed the help. It was almost like a change in language are needed to help me. Can't do this on my own so up indoors is the first year in seven years hunt been injured at a team around. May that believed in me were living my dream sound selfish. Unfortunately, as an individual athlete how it goes. And then people go what did your physio go? Well, my physio was a university is yo- what for Great Britain team after beneficiary to double Olympic champion. Go Olympic champion. So she's now physiology my China and partner never won a major championship. Metal. Help me for that whole yak on spot and motivated, he them become world record holder for men's over forte fifteen hundred meters Amora who towed. So that meant is that as I then foot myself, these people that I believe in them believe may so when I write my bike in two thousand five and explained about Poppins is going through and how highs and lows the one thing not that I regret because don't have regrets. I wish I'd been able to do is talk to my friends about it. Because when I worked there by oak, faith, they were in shock can tease hadn't told him how they found out from reading. Yeah. I'm amount everyone. I hope I'm everyone was scary to. Yeah. And say that publicly. Yeah. It was, but I felt it was also important because you know, you can put people on a pedestal and whatever they do in life put people in pedestal. Whether that's an spoil music, showbiz, whatever. But everyone's Tuman. And so when I brought it I felt like I write the book about much become Olympic champion one. It has everything wasn't lemonade. It wasn't like just turned up and suddenly fast dinner. I was four when I won twelve year international career highs and lows, and I thought people need to know the journey. So the active in spas anyone to still live with their and Draymond. Therefore, they can still do something even that guy FU depths of despair. It can maybe give hope that's why I wrote it because I wanted to be true to my journey as a sportsperson. It was hot Sadie reaction of my Howdy theory act. Well, the just. Just angry that'd be the wrong word. But I would definitely upset because I felt like they should have been there for me in those times. But I said, but I I couldn't have had you. Bama those tons because I wouldn't have wanted amongst that come on. No fence, citing his I didn't at that time need any extra not negative force because acoustic would have been supportive, but you know, when something's really emotive emotional, and the caring, and whatever and you in your head is like quite dogmatic enough gonna do this. I want to stay on track with a focus, but that's been an athlete need in that everybody else around definite sign, the athletes, don't, but you have to talk, and I realize now the power of token because it can just type that weight off your shoulders so much more. And you do it in a different way. You have other people may see it in a different way. And maybe, but then it might help but deny so in talking about depression and self harm have you had some interesting responses from other Rita. Elites because you were saying earlier, Ron does this idea that you have to be essentially bulletproof in everything so physically, but also mentally have you been surprised by some of the responses you've had? Yeah. I mean, so I actually started the Mayan charity in two thousand eight hundred eleven years time claims trust because I wanted to help sports people transition from sport because what was happening was. So I retired to go meadows only person in Great Britain since twenty winter go meadows billion those doors open due to different things, very different world. What it is now because Facebook, no if it was. So different way of finding the major and a low of my. Sporting buddies at given up as much time in that grin given up but as much time into their career as I had been committed driven been successful. But what do they after because now remembers the silver medallists now, we're not sure member these days, even one go one getting code if you don't get to a free. He kind of not up this. If you actually look at that spectrum of hundreds and hundreds of international sports people being really successful. What did they do when they finish because my swim give up their careers as a whatever they did before they became an industrial athlete became full time, maybe education if you gymnasts or something Beverly young they don't have the tools to understand how to use the skill set in a different environment as very lucky hadn't been in the military that low of my skills have come from that I've been able to to people stand in front of people, fitness, whatever. But didn't. And I when I start at the choices because. Speaking to so many people and in cricket is a log of altruism, look, depression was happening and the opening up to me because I had been the one that had been open and our tied. These will return thinking, well, I can't tell anyone would do I do with my life. So so at the charity Brittany was helping athletes transition, and then I realized that bus charitable who's gonna care, you know, who's gonna care that you feel in low, and you, you know, you've done your sport and a full gosh could spec in real time. Or no one was talking about it so much have a actually helps this Avante junk people in Ariza deprivation, Len resilience and skills sets in our athletes now mentors so intern. It helped the F late find who they were empower young people made them feel good during that journey. They decide on the skills that they wanna to do and helping a young person that could be also in despair in a different way their lives actually, feel bad about and selves. So so it's pairing. Any athletes who have now retired with younger people who are sort of on that road to sort of trying to find something? Yes. So from as probations could be cares. Could be that parents could be prison for whatever reason definitely probably not in education employment. So these kids that Nate that role motto in mental, and what you say with the power of enough that can say, you know, you go for highs and lows you pick yourself up you have again, you know, the zillions confidence or the skills that you learn is a sportsperson a so great where new interacting with a young person that thinks oh, I don't care in life. We've had some amazing results. Davor fringe thousand young people in the UK and transitions nitty seven hundred sports PayPal, which is pretty big numbers. And it just talk about sport top level thinkin. We'll watch did I need help because he's a little too. Do you think needs to change about kind of the world of sport and the industry to help people? When they're going through kind of the difficult bits like you did retiring and moving on or they have an injury sport is really moved for you have so many different aspects of it from a technology point of view of data analysis in even the simple things that Tom com. Everything is so advance now and the teams around some sports like cycling, I mean. Jeez. That down the last minute like paper thin weight of the bike who something, you know, also very much there for them. But where we used to have psychologists in. I now need to look at other type of support because a psychologist in my mind sports psychologists, I never saw one even had like that was down because I'm like you're going to help make on the track. I'm Rana phosphorylation. No, I'm going to run it. I would have needed a psychologist every time about stadium. I was physically sick. Oh gonna can't they needed somebody to come. Whereas what you need is some. See that you can talk to when is going to wrong. You know, when you you may be giving up your way, you've put your whole, heart and soul into of course, smokier your life member of people retire before they even t- Mataya. You know, you put your life into that small window, and you're going to get everything out of it. And that time cuss Michael break. You know, if you've really successful of a things can come off it if you'll successful, what do you do next? So I think you need that bit. So that's what's happening now are actually recognize in other. So of medical support services that you need to be able to express self bed. Help them food the ups and downs. You know, I think the big thing when sport in the UK is that recognize the skill sets of sports people for sport for good as well. You know, like a lot funded Narran sports shoot. So allows people to do their thing. But actually, if you had a system par a year after you, retire, you have to certain amount down on the ground, and helping young people will help in sport show Shoshu return on investment, you know, every time we do the lottery, and it's go into a sports person, or whatever we could actually go it benefit society. So I think somewhere. On the line, there'd be those positive changes in that sense. But for mental health, I think it's not just as in every industry. But in sport, I think it's now become a little bit more open. We can talk about it. The still some sports they're not gonna be kind of retain are you going to say you're stuck in sleight being in a workplace, isn't it other going to judge in OJ's? You know, they're not going to be on it each time. We come out. So how can they be part of the team and they start a nice stigmatisms? And then now, I might be suffering. Brock is still catchable about. I'm for it. So he's hoping that Khan of debates around. Why do I need to be open to you? Because there's a motion things going on here. If I solve them. Are we the best person I can ever be in? I if I don't so them you're gonna get ninety percent of me the same in the workplace, isn't it? It can help somebody express. What's happened, maybe behind closed doors that come to work, and you cannot she'd have the scf place where you can talk and open up that'd be more proactive at work because this relief has been taken off the shoulders, and they care about me. I can get on, but I can go and suit someone saw of talks coup puts now, and it is about mental health in the workplace, and how to get the best out of you an only way you can do that is to have a support mechanism to help people all human life. We leave where we are. And some were not makes something could go wrong. Have to ask us both. What's your what are your big aims? Now. What keeps you on track? Because you've had this incredible high like a lot of athletes, but you know, you in particular with gold medals you've had that moment, which you know, most people can only dream of. And then afterwards. Yeah. What do you do it? Was there a place in your life when you were just sort of going to floating around not really knowing what to do? And then. Yes, subsequently have you sort of decided what's a work for next. You think about the outcome you distribute towards it? Suddenly you have it. What do I didn't have a cabinet for year retard in two thousand and two thousand and five two thousand six really hard year loss loss? Modern state didn't I who I was didn't have a clue what I was going for in life. Just didn't. I was fortunate that had lots of things I was doing at the time. But I didn't know who I was. And I felt that for long long time, you know, and the spos- more as time goes on you fill your feet, you know, you learn more we see more -tunities. You also mentioned the army earlier. Which I find very interesting because I think more recently you were involved again with if things with them, but that's how you started your career. How did that help you in terms of our own sort of mental health? And also, would you be or at soaking about the particular challenges for people within that? Yes. So I joined the army seventeen wants to pay physical training instructor in the army since I was fourteen was an academic at school. So it kind of felt like it could be a cord. I could go into during the army was a heavy goods vehicle driver, very relevant to this conversation. But reverend's didn't get what I was Yuccas. Then transition became a physical trench shut too. So very early age to my first Dame since those votes come physical shut than I had my Olympic once guy do my own McCray. Tocqueville Obama self individual disciplines, but for people, you know, with values coverage that the army Intel, I recently got my Colonel. In the Royal corps. Which is what's unique about it. I suppose is that it was a change in policy and signed up by the Queen. Because it's the only person motto Famer is actually a touch to a regular unit. And this regular unit is all armored corps, which has is mobile empty combat rose, so get to go and tanks and things quite fun. What's good about getting back in is? Now, they obey much looking at the mental health for soldiers that Woody serving where we have over say a a slight issue. Big issue is that in previous shoes, you get everyone is PTSD Cy priced much stress disorder. So of military personnel. The Lieven tools and on nine hundred at that and enough because a lot of things on homelessness pressure, knuckles him of home suicide ordered I sing. So we not speak. The forces are now trying to put things in place example, my COO said the mccoo they have a man there. This now lead in on their mind for necessities. And they do that now after every PT session, physical change session. An avid ten fifteen minute mom from this session, and that's been implemented because somebody was passionate and and changes in the trying to make that now some across the board in the. I think that's a positive way to go because I think of the positive of a lot of criticism about not supporting soldiers of after they've served and that has oversee caused the big problem and impacts. But you know, we are now talking about it. So you can say what we should've done. But again, even doesn't matter what industry you're in. No one was really talking about it. Now, we are. So I think we can look forward, and what can we do to make changes? And what can we do to be positive? So the army NASA into think about it without doing in society long way to go. But it started the move us. Keep talking about it the more normalizes the situation. More makes people think oh of a people about this. I'm not on my own and the more services will start to support it because I realize it's needed. Yeah. I that's anyways, more we take talking about it. The more society is going to have to say, okay. What we're gonna do this. We need to put thing. So it can only be a positive thing going forward because I will be more services will be most. We'll be more money that comes it might take a while. But it will happen. That's why I choose to do it now. And that's why I mean, the space now of doing things I believe important like write my book and doing the podcast with forty boo was two things. I'm really passionate about. Yeah. I think it's fantastic hit those things are happening now in the army because I think of all the places to work. I think that's definitely an area where people she mitts might be like the hardest place to have a conversation about mental health. So the idea that, you know, just saying someone's come up with that day of mindfulness, you know, that might seem like a small thing. But it's a start, isn't it? It's like it's a dressing the whole idea of mental health issues. Definitely. It's like in lots of instruments is that thing, and I can't Bellizzi weight. But you know, we all live our lives. Trying to be the best Thursday of our selves trying to get food life, some things a brilliant, fun energetic excited and some on. And sometimes we have bad is not today. Some people have about the ice. So it's just identify in that in society, generally, maybe because the stresses might because social media because of you know, life is change is pretty tough out there that more people have been known to have a problem just because we opened up. She's always been. Yeah. It's not like anything's new is everyone's always had a stock with somewhere. But now almost kind of blatantly obvious that we will you know, if one in four people are going to be diagnosed with a mental health problem and pretty much. Everybody knows somebody that struggled along the way. Yeah. Then there's a big problem in society, generally that we need to disappoint. How's your mental health personally of? I learned to cope with situations. So have been present since then. Yes, yes. Yes. What are they things? But I learned to see signs and realize, you know, where I'm getting to a place. So yeah. Now, you know about some insomnia. The my not safe in bay wives put stress right downloading whatever o'byrne out. Probably the best words couple of weeks ago. So excited I go to to just tell them and just kept up tests with something like a Phil that's studied declined down though, some sleep Toplitz and try and get back. But it was because I recognized. That's not may generally do you recognize the signs? What do you do? Do you have kind of coping mechanisms in place or therapy? I am like the old fashioned Jewish. So but trip bunny in late. She goes goes goes and kicks kids in case go at it. And it just goes in one. G-go it. I'm not a person. That's just not study q. I'm just on it. And it's not good. I mean, it's just not good. It's not hell free to be that way. But you can't change you as a person. So we'll do is start to recognize it. I took a couple of days off. I just don't take time off for not to said. Now, I've got to just changing a new I was getting one down because I was getting the same one lost my voice completely like for four days and even have a whisper. And then I'm feeding the far Jake and then a bit kind of able to bow and dissipate low generally and foothold on. This isn't just a coat I've done too much. And by may do much is making my mental have not good because I'm getting bit lower. Are they infused as them together? Jim, and Jim is what makes me feel goods. So I'm not having infused into the Jin, which is something that makes me feel good. Then I'm going to play so go in a have a May-time, even it's ten minutes going to buff have my ups, and so in there put mcandrew's on puts music on the side and just to close me eyes and don't care about what anyone else thinks feels. Stop looking at the phone Dolittle things that can help and see my mates. You know, that makes me feel really good. I didn't really see them a lot when I was competing or even in the last few years so damn busy. And then when I lost my mama two thousand seventeen went for really bad pow give bereavement again, nothing that anyone can tell you have to do with. And that then brings on bits of like meant have because meant agreement isn't a mental health problem. But through you can start getting them again. And I just thought to myself they only pay who that going to help me get out that is the people that I trust close to me. So I started to either member after NorTel telling my friends if I'm ever in about place again a needed to Conan. So over the years went up in a bad place. I just texted him, and I go what did somebody's wrong? I'm coming out. And it was just that citation, and there's no I really need to do anything. But just talk to me about anything that they know about, you know, just to get me out of an spoke. So I see my friends more. I definitely talk a lot more that helps me, and then I have a few moments of May-time so might per mindfulness apple or like, I say go in the buff. We'll take a couple of days of and I just don't do anything. And I tell people do, you know, I don't want to do anything, but don't actually want to interact, and it's not because I'm in a baptized not going to do anything. I just need time out, and they accept it. And some of my friends come round with just what to move in. Then if the kid you tell us a bit about your fantastic new podcast. He's so at schools, what do I do mental health and me, and you've got some incredible guests, and it's out now on audible, so yeah, tell us a bit about why he wanted to do that in the first place. I've wanted to do it because one of fascinated verba PEI PU I wanted to do it because if I could find some paper in the public high that people were interested in whether that's an author TV personality or comedian that if they were able to talk about their own journeys what's made them in. There is success. For maybe the pressures. I've had based come that. They're not she everyday people can go. All right. You know, because it doesn't just because you're success doesn't make invincible in any shape or form. So my whole point was actually really nice to talk to people in those different types of industries about them and how they coped with situations that of not been great at different times. But yet the still been successful in shouldn't define who you are by having a problem is of your and how you use that. So I can be a strength for weakness. But actually, if you actually realized that most people can get food at dot times might take over might still have part of it, my survey gray in your life. But a lot of the times as papal that can have happy dice or get through appeared time. And that's how I try to express it that, you know, problems have done define me still. International f lay a still a soldier by how as you know. I'm a cut Dame of miss. I do I've finishes who sport champion. I've done a lot of things, but I still struggled. So it's kind of. Yeah. People will see it that way by hype actually inspires people more than anything and the will. And it's important to be open think because it's not an easy, right? Some people might have the luxury of really easy, right and Sunday. Yeah. So great, but have rich family. I haven't you know, down as in things. But most people just having a job that pays Chalabi. Good success. So I had a talent that I didn't give up one. And that's why successful. There's a lot of runners out there. Lot of people could be brilliant. Everything can life lock people give up too easy because it becomes hot. Just to give up and on the foot show one that then achieve dreams. But by being fortunate up incite people, actually dreams do come to an actually there was a journey to most people story. So a kind of by sides of it the the realism around. It's not always easy and aside of the side to side at she some people can still be really successful. But you're gonna have it anyhow and having their heads. And that's what keeps me again. Chose for me. Mentally. If you've been affected by any issues, we discussed today these this Martin's on one one six one three we'll go to them upset at smarten will also on Twitter at mentally why are s thanks very much trop producer someone and to Lisa Baker for the jingles. And obviously to Kelly Holmes coming in chatting to us today. See you next week.