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April 17, 2020: Sirhan Sirhan Convicted

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13:36 min | 1 year ago

April 17, 2020: Sirhan Sirhan Convicted

"Today is Friday April Seventeenth. Twenty twenty on this day in nineteen sixty nine sir. Han Bichara Sirhan was convicted of the murder of United States. Senator Robert F KENNEDY. Many had hoped that the charismatic forty two year old senator would win the Democratic nomination and become the thirty seven th president of the United States but all of those hopes ended when he was gunned down at the ambassador. Hotel welcomed today in true crime. Apar- cast original due to the graphic nature of today's crimes listener. Discretion is advised extreme. Caution is advised for listeners under thirteen. Today we're covering the nineteen sixty-nine conviction of Sirhan Sirhan the assassin. Who Shot and killed forty two year old? Senator Robert F Kennedy. Let's go back to Los Angeles California on the morning of April Seventeenth nineteen sixty nine. The small eighth floor courtroom in the Los Angeles Hall of Justice was designed to seat roughly seventy five people but only about a dozen members of the General Public. Were able to find seats over one hundred. Journalists representing national and regional newspapers crowded into report on the proceedings. Still more reporters were relegated to an auxiliary courtroom a few floors below there. They were forced to watch the proceedings. Play out on closed circuit televisions but even for those watching the trial from afar. The tension inside the courthouse was palpable. Authorities had been on high alert since Sirhan was apprehended. Police were worried at the GELATI would assassinate him before he could be tried in court. After all that was what happened to the man who assassinated Robert's brother John F? Kennedy they were anxious to ensure that Sirhan Sirhan did not meet the same fate and they left nothing to chance the L. A. Police Department and the La County Sheriff's office collaborated on security. For the day of the trial. Steel plates lined the courtroom windows and visitors went through a maze of pat-downs and metal detectors before entering only then did they see Sirhan. He sat nervously with his defense lawyers periodically. He glanced to the foreign to the room where his mother and younger brother sat at stiff attention. They had reason to be anxious. There was a mountain of evidence against Sirhan for one thing. The twenty two caliber revolver. He used to kill Robert. Kennedy had been literally rustled from his hand immediately after the shooting took place. There was also Sirhan's manifesto which he'd written just three weeks before the assassination one line in Sirhan's notebooks proclaimed quote Kennedy must be assassinated before June. Fifth Nineteen Sixty Eight. The same day he killed the senator but still no one was quite sure what to expect. After all in the months leading up to the verdict Sir Hans case had taken some surprising turns first. He pled not guilty. In the preliminary hearing. Sirhan's attorney indicated. His client was mentally or emotionally imbalanced when he took aim at Robert Kennedy and pulled the trigger then just days before the trial was set to begin. Sirhan sought to change his plea from not guilty to guilty in a tumultuous outburst before the Judge Sirhan proclaimed that he was guilty on all counts and that he would ask his attorneys to disassociate themselves from his case. This could have changed everything. After receiving Sirhan psychiatric evaluation Los Angeles District Attorney evill. Younger was willing to accept a guilty plea in exchange for life in prison. This would have spared the defendant from the gas chamber which he was eligible for under California law but it also would have suppressed much of the testimony and evidence relating to Robert. Kennedy's assassination Judge Walker refused to grant Sirhan's request insisting that the case was too important to be settled out of court. He believed that Americans had a right to learn the details of senator. Kennedy's murder. Both how it happened and why. The trial went on for over two months by April seventeenth when the jurors convene to deliver their verdict. It was unclear what outcome the defendant even wanted. Sirhan sat justice tensely as the rest of the courtroom as the jury assembled. He pressed his lips together forcefully but otherwise sat motionless as the clerk. Read the unanimous decision Sirhan Bishara. Sirhan was guilty of murder in the first degree coming up the aftermath of the juries decision and the lasting impact of Sirhan's trial high listeners. The launch of our new park cast series supernatural with Ashley. Flowers has been an incredible success. Were so happy to welcome to the podcast family and can't thank you enough for checking out the show. If you haven't had a chance to listen yet I highly recommend you head over to the supernatural feed and subscribe today every Wednesday Ashley. Flowers takes on a different crime or mystery or the most fitting theory isn't always the most conventional the first episode has been my favorite so far. Were the deaths of two Brazilian men a result of making contact with spirits on Mars. Get closer to the truth than ever before. Regarding the mystifying lead masks case but you'll also find some other fascinating stories. Did four friends have a highly unusual encounter during a camping trip in Maine. Sort through the out of this world. Circumstances surrounding the allegations incident was Italian. Theoretical physicist et Cetera by Arana's disappearance caused by his discovery of time travel or was it something more sinister each week Ashley takes on the strange and surreal to explain some of the world's most bizarre true crime occurrences if you're the kind of person who questions everything you'll love this. Show follow supernatural with Ashley. Flowers free on spotify. Or wherever? You get your podcasts now. Back to the story on April Seventeenth Nineteen. Sixty-nine Sirhan Sirhan was found guilty of first degree murder in the death of us. Senator Robert F KENNEDY. The murder taking place. Nearly a year earlier at the Los Angeles Ambassador Hotel Kennedy had just given a speech celebrating his victory in the California Democratic primary election. It seemed that he had a real chance at winning the presidency before his untimely deaf. Perhaps it's no surprise. The prosecution argued that Sirhan's motive was political Kennedy. They pointed out had previously expressed support for Israel. This defense of Israel angered Sirhan. Who was born in Palestine sir? Hans Defense meanwhile alleged that the defendant was innocent by reason of insanity. They claimed that he'd been under some sort of trance when the shooting took place. But the defense's argument faltered in the face of Sirhan's notebooks. They were filled with diatribes insisting that Robert Kennedy must die by June fifth nineteen sixty eight. The jury took these written accounts as evidence that Sirhan had planned his actions. Methodically and obsessively the week after Sirhan was convicted. The same jury that decided his guilt reassembled to determine his punishment because Sirhan was convicted of first degree murder. The jurors had three options available under California State Law. They could sentence Sirhan to twenty five years to life in prison. They could sentence him to life in prison. Without the possibility of parole or the jury could condemn the defendant to death in the gas chamber at his sentencing Sirhan appeared STOIC and unemotional. At one point the defense lawyer quoted the late Senator Kennedy in his request that juries show kindness but quoting Robert Kennedy in his assassins. Murder trial failed to win sympathy from the jurors so did Sirhan's apparently unrepentant behaviour. He chewed gum while his attorney delivered. An impassioned plea to the court and when the prosecution pleaded that America should pray for the Kennedy Family Sirhan visibly smirked. The jury returned a unanimous verdict on April twenty third nineteen. Sixty-nine Sirhan was sentenced to death. He was sent to San Quentin prison to await execution on death row but the execution never came three years after Sirhan sentencing. The California State Supreme Court abolished the death penalty commuting every death sentence including Sirhan's to life in prison today Sirhan Sirhan is still alive. He's spent the last five decades at the Richard J Donovan Correctional Facility outside of San Diego but not everyone is convinced that he should be there or at least they don't think he's the only that should be there in the years. Since Sir Hans trial many conspiracy theories have emerged suggesting that the killer did not act alone. Much like the conspiracies. That sprang up after senator. Kennedy's brother President John F. Kennedy was killed in Dallas in this case. The theories rest largely on audio recordings from the night of the shooting. Forensic analysis of these recordings suggest. That thirteen shots were fired. Sirhan's gun however only held eight bullets and there was no time for him to reload. Authorities dispute the multiple gunmen the in nineteen eighty six. The Los Angeles Police Commission conducted a lengthy investigation into the conspiracies and they concluded that Sirhan did indeed act alone. But these alternative theories have garnered some surprising supporters. Just before the fiftieth anniversary of senator. Kennedy's assassination his son Robert. F Kennedy Jr. actually visited Sirhan Robert. Junior didn't elaborate on. What exactly was said during their three hour conversation but he did tell reporters that he now believes the theory that there was a second gunman at the Ambassador Hotel. The night his father was killed. Still no one Robert F Kennedy Jr. or otherwise disputes. That Sirhan was involved in the killing the assassins. Many appeals have been rejected and his meeting. With Kennedy's son will not have any bearing on his fate. Sirhan Bichara Sirhan will serve out the rest of his life in prison. Thanks for listening today and true crime. I'm Vanessa Richardson. If you enjoyed today's episode. Checkout the park cast original assassinations which takes a deeper dive into the world's most infamous assassinations. Today in true crime was created by Max Cutler and is a podcast studios original it is executive produced by Max Cutler sound designed by Dick Schroeder with production assistance by Ron Shapiro Carly Madden and Freddie Beckley. This episode of today in true crime was written by Brian. Pa With writing assistance by Nora Battelle. I'm Vanessa Richardson High Listeners. If you haven't heard it already. I highly recommend you check out the new podcast original series supernatural with Ashley Flowers every Wednesday. Take a deep dive into the strange and surreal to find the truth behind some of the world's most bizarre true crime occurrences search for supernatural with Ashley Flowers in the spotify APP and listened free today.

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June 6, 2020: RFK Dies

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12:05 min | 11 months ago

June 6, 2020: RFK Dies

"Today is Saturday June. Sixth Twenty Twenty on this day in nineteen, sixty eight US senator Robert F Kennedy died. His death was the result of an assassination committed twenty five hours earlier. Welcome today, in true crime apart cast original today we're covering the death of Robert. Bobby Kennedy the younger brother of former president John. F. Kennedy Bobby was a presidential hopeful himself, but in a striking tragedy met the same fate as his brother. Let's go back to the Good Samaritan Hospital in Los Angeles on June sixth, nineteen, Sixty, eight at one forty four am. Bobby Kennedy's loved. Ones huddled around the hospital bed, waiting for the inevitable. The past twenty five hours had been filled with every emotion, possible, hope, fear, anxiety, and now grief. The night before Bobby Kennedy celebrated his victory in the California primary at the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles with the Democratic National Convention only a couple of months away. The wind was a major boost Bobby Kennedy's presidential campaign though it was far from a lock, the nomination was his for the taking. After celebrating his victory in the embassy ballroom of the hotel, he left the stage at around twelve fifteen am on June fifth. He concluded his speech by saying I think we can all the divisions within the United States the violence. Kennedy left the ballroom via the kitchen exit surrounded by aides and a former La rams football player, serving as an ad hoc bodyguard, a gaggle of reporters followed along with Kennedy's wife Ethel. The cramped corridor led to the pressroom where Kennedy would be delivering some remarks before moving onto his next campaign. Stop ever the glad hander. Kennedy paused degreed some kitchen workers. In all the chaos, nobody noticed when a slight young man emerged from behind an ice machine and fired several bullets from point blank range. Kennedy's bodyguard subdued the gunman, but the damage was done. The presidential hopeful lay bleeding on the ground as people swarmed into the narrow space a few minutes later, he was rushed to the closest hospital. The assailant was hauled off in handcuffs. Perhaps recalling when Kennedy's brother John was killed five years earlier, the authorities were especially careful to keep the attacker alive. They didn't want a repeat of the chaos that ensued after another gunman killed John's assassin. And at the hospital, the doctors trying to save Bobby Kennedy's life were equally desperate to avoid a repeat of John's assassination like John. Bobby was shot in the head, but there was a chance albeit slim that they could save him over the course of a three hour forty minutes surgery Kennedy's doctors removed the bullet in his brain along with skull and lead fragments, but things weren't looking good although Kennedy was able to breathe on his own, his brain monitor wasn't showing any signs of activity according to the Associated Press if Kennedy. Give. He was looking at an indefinite life of limited usefulness. As Kennedy's life hung in the balance, his attacker was facing justice later in the morning on June sixth just a few hours after Kennedy's surgery, the assailant was charged with six counts of assault with intent to kill. His bullets hadn't only hit Kennedy he had also shot five others during the attack. But at the time he was charged. The police still had no idea who this man was. He had no identification and his fingerprints were an associated with anyone in the criminal database. Eventually by tracing his gun, the police learned the attacker was twenty two year old Sirhan Sirhan, according to notebooks discovered at Sirhan's house, the would be assassin hated Bobby Kennedy for his pro Israel stance shooting Kennedy on June fifth was especially poignant, because it marked the first anniversary of the nineteen sixty seven arab-israeli war. Unfortunately, none of this information could help bobby, Kennedy. He died at one, forty four am on June sixth about twenty five hours after the attack. Though Robert F. Kennedy was dead. His legacy was far from over. Coming up the fallout of Bobby Kennedy's assassination. So I've been playing this exciting mobile puzzle game called. Best scenes I've been playing for almost a year now and up to level three hundred thirty. One of course I didn't do all that myself. My kids love to play. Best beans to I'd like to play because it requires strategy while the game is casual, I find the puzzles challenging and fun so I. Try to find time to play every day. I like the bright colors and visual design of the game, and the characters are super adorable. Best fiends treats the game like a service, so there are new levels, challenges and events every month. The best part you don't even need an Internet connection to play, don't miss out. Try It for yourself and see if you can beat me. So engage your brain with fun puzzles and collect tons of cute characters. Trust me with over one hundred million downloads. This five star rated mobile puzzle game is a must play. Download best means free on the apple APP store or Google play. That's friends without the our best beans. Now back to the story. After Robert Bobby Kennedy died on June sixth, nineteen, sixty eight. America's political landscape was altered forever at the time of his death. The country was on the brink of major on rest. The Vietnam War was growing less popular by the day and Martin Luther King Junior's death. A couple of months earlier had many black Americans on edge. Robert Kennedy had pledged to end the war, and was a major figure in the civil rights movement too many. He was a beacon of hope and now data. Hope was snuffed out. Following the assassination Vice President Hubert Humphrey became the Democratic presidential nominee, but liberal political activists saw Humphrey as a continuation of the status quo. Thousands of demonstrators came to Chicago to protest the Democratic National. Convention in August nineteen sixty eight in response Chicago's mayor instructed the police to disperse the protesters with force. More than six hundred fifty people were arrested with an additional one hundred requiring hospital treatment Republican. Nominee Richard Nixon took advantage of the discord and coasted to victory in the election. Despite Nixon's promises that he'd end the Vietnam War, the conflict continued as. It was a bitter pill for Kennedy's supporters. But as nineteen, sixty-nine dawned, they had one thing to look forward to Sirhan Sirhan trial. There was no doubt that Sirhan had killed Kennedy so in the lead up to the trial, Sirhan's lawyers tried to negotiate a plea deal. They proposed that in. For pleading guilty Sirhan would be sent to prison for life, thereby avoiding the death penalty, but the judge overseeing the case didn't allow it perhaps hoping to avoid the conspiracy theories that sprang up after JFK's death. The judge required Sirhan to stand trial Sir Hans. Lawyers believed his only chance of avoiding the death penalty was to draw focus to their clients mental state, but their argument that the attack was an unplanned act spurred on by mental instability fell short Sir Hans. Journals proved that he'd had ideas concerning the attack at least a month beforehand, furthermore, a garbage collector. Sir Hans Neighborhood testified that Sirhan told him about the plan to kill Kennedy. It was plain as day that the attack was premeditated. Sirhan Han must have realized that his case was hopeless while he was on the stand, he asked to revise his plea to guilty. The judge refused and the trial continued when the jury delivered its verdict. It's likely no one was surprised. Sirhan was sentenced to death via gas chamber, though ultimately Sirhan was not executed three years later in Nineteen, seventy, two California's Supreme Court ruled that the death penalty amounted to cruel and unusual punishment, the one hundred and seven inmates on death row at the time. All had their sentences commuted to life in prison, including Sir Hans Sirhan. But even Sirhan Sirhan rotted behind bars. People questioned if he really was the only one responsible for Robert. Kennedy's death in another parallel to JFK's assassination, some wondered if there was a second gunman in the Ambassador Hotel's kitchen, this suspicion stemmed from Kennedy's topsy report, which showed that he was shot from behind, but Sirhan was standing in front of him. Additionally new evidence showed that up to thirteen shots were fired that night, but Sir Hans pistol only held eight bullets. However Sir Hans. Case has remained closed even if a second gunman somehow escaped the chaos in the cramped kitchen. Sir Hans still attempted to murder Kennedy and that's enough to keep him behind bars forever. Thanks for listening to today and true crime, I'm Vanessa Richardson. For more stories of promising lives cut tragically short or from the life of Robert F Kennedy. Check out the podcast original famous fates. Today in true crime was created by Max Cutler and is a podcast studios original. It is executive produced by Max. Cutler sound designed by Dick Schroeder with production assistance by Ron Shapiro Carly, Madden and Joshua Kern this episode of today in true crime was written by Alex Benetton with writing assistance by Maggie admire I'm Vanessa Richardson.

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The photographer and the busboy

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05:24 min | 1 year ago

The photographer and the busboy

"Hey History Lovers Mike Rosen walled with retro pot a show about the past rediscovered on the evening of June fourth nine thousand nine hundred sixty eight Los Angeles Times photographer. Boris Yaro was relaxing at home after a long day at work. It was presidential. Oh Primary Day in California the kind of stuff journalists live for turning on the TV news. Yaro heard that Robert The F. Kennedy was about to win the primary and celebrate at the Ambassador Hotel Euro admired Kennedy and he really wanted a picture picture of him for his Living Room Wall and the Ambassador Hotel wasn't that far away so Yaro figured what the Heck I'll go over. He wound up taking one of history's most unforgettable images with his press pass and camera hanging around his neck. Yaro was able to get close to Kennedy as he finished his victory speech and walked away to shake hands. That's one of the man named Sirhan Sirhan walked up and begin firing at Kennedy's Senator Senator Kennedy call by Senator Kennedy has been shot. Yaro was right there. He described the moment for the story story core podcast earlier this year saying the crowd separated like Moses parting the Red Sea and Kennedy was putting his hands up like a boxer trying trying to avoid getting hit bobby. I saw him slumped to the ground. His legs were splayed toward me and I saw the blood dripping out of his ear ear then you are shot the photo that haunts history Kennedy his legs limp staring blankly into nowhere with the young busboy crouched beside him propping up his head with stunned helpless look on his face that busboy Juan Romero died earlier this month from a heart attack at age sixty eight though in truth his heart broke that night as Kennedy lay dying in his hands like so many others in the late sixties Romero a seventeen year old Mexican can immigrant said he saw Kennedy as a uniting inspiring figure in a time of great tunnel just the day before Romero delivered room service service to Kennedy. He told story core about it. Describing how Kennedy was on the phone when he walked in you could tell when he was looking at you that that he's not looking through you. Romero said he's taking you into account and I remember walking out of there like I was ten feet tall after snapping the photo Yaro raced to a phone so he could alert his editor. He was ordered to the newsroom room immediately while he told reporters what he saw. Someone else rushed to develop the film euro cried and he saw the a photo for the rest of their lives both men the photographer in the busboy were traumatized by the moment that year nineteen in sixty eight was chaotic and deadly riots assassinations. The country were seemingly coming apart and euros photo. Ah a photo he came. Kate was living proof. He said Bobby Kennedy was going to be the knight in shining armor and he didn't get get a chance. The psychological damage was worse for Romero. Just before the shooting Romero offered offered his hand to Kennedy for congratulatory handshake among the hundreds of letters he received were ones blaming him for for Kennedy's death. He recalled the letter saying if he hadn't stopped to shake your hand. The Senator Would Have Been Alive Romero moved moved to Wyoming to start a new life still he couldn't escape that moment cried a lot he felt guilty and and in two thousand ten Romero traveled to Arlington National Cemetery to visit Kennedy's gravesite to apologize in person he had never owned a suit so he bought one for the occasion getting dressed up showing Kennedy respect saying he was sorry all of it brought back the way he felt when he first laid eyes on Kennedy while serving Him Room Service. You felt important. He felt American. He felt Mike Rosenthal. Thanks for listening thing for more forgotten stories from history visit Washington Post. Dot Com slash retro plot.

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The photographer and the busboy

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05:24 min | 2 years ago

The photographer and the busboy

"Hey history lovers. Mike Rosen walled with retro pod. A show about the past rediscovered. On the evening of June, fourth nineteen sixty eight Los Angeles Times for Taga for Boris Yaro was relaxing at home after a long day at work. It was presidential primary day in California, the kind of stuff journalists live for turning on the TV news Yaro heard that Robert F Kennedy was about to win the primary and celebrate at the Ambassador Hotel Yaro admired Kennedy, and he really wanted a picture of him for his living room wall. And the Ambassador Hotel wasn't that far away? So Yaro figured what the heck I'll go over. He wound up taking one of history's most unforgettable images. With his press passing camera hanging around his neck Yaro was able to get close to Kennedy as he finished his victory speech and walked away to shake hands. That's one of the man named Sirhan Sirhan walked up and begin firing at Kennedy's head. Senator Kennedy call by Senator Kennedy has been shot. Yaro was right there. He described the moment for the story core podcast earlier this year saying the crowd separated like Moses parting the Red Sea and Kennedy was putting his hands up like a boxer trying to avoid getting hit, Bobby. I saw him slumped to the ground his legs were splayed toward me. And I saw the blood dripping out of his ear then euro shot the photo that haunts history. Kennedy his legs limp staring blankly into nowhere with the young busboy crowds beside him propping up his head with a stunned helpless look on his face. That busboy Juan Romero Dodd earlier this month from a heart attack at age sixty eight though in truth, his heart broke that night as Kennedy lay dying in his hands. Like, so many others in the late sixties Romero a seventeen year old Mexican immigrant said he saw Kennedy as a uniting inspiring figure in a time of great tunnel. Just the day before Romero delivered room service to Kennedy. He told story core about it describing how Kennedy was on the phone when he walked in. You could tell when he was looking at you that he's not looking through you Romero said he's taking you into account. And I remember walking out of there. Like, I was ten feet tall. After snapping the photo euro race to a phone. So he could have learned his editor. He was ordered to the newsroom immediately. While he told reporters what he saw someone else rushed to develop the film. Euro cried. And he saw the photo for the rest of their lives. Both men the photographer in the busboy were traumatized by the moment that year nineteen sixty eight was chaotic and deadly riots assassinations the country was seemingly coming apart and Yarl's photo a photo he came to Kate was living proof. He said Bobby Kennedy was going to be the Knight in shining armor, and he didn't get a chance. The psychological damage was worse for Romero just before the shooting Romero offered his hand to Kennedy for congratulatory handshake among the hundreds of letters he received. We're once blaming him for Kennedy's death. He recalled the letter saying if he hadn't stopped to shake your hand, the Senator would have been alive. Romero moved to Wyoming to start a new life still. He couldn't escape that moment. He cried a lot he felt guilty and in two thousand ten Romero traveled to Arlington National Cemetery to visit Kennedy's gravesite to apologize in person. He had never owned a suit. So he bought one for the occasion getting dressed up showing Kennedy respect saying he was sorry. All of it. Brought back the way he felt when he first laid eyes on Kennedy while serving him room service. You felt important. He felt American. He felt. Mike rosenthal. Thanks for listening for more forgotten stories from history. Visit Washington Post dot com slash retro pot.

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The Conspiracy Farm Ep.107 RFK's Killer is Dead.

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1:03:23 hr | 1 year ago

The Conspiracy Farm Ep.107 RFK's Killer is Dead.

"Ladies and gentlemen welcome to the conspiracy far where we don't start to conspiracies. We just had the water in now your host of the most state of the art Malkin Moldavian four five cast on the inter-web I present to you that militate ladies and gentlemen What's up gang same as our by doing doing well? I know I'm chiming in little late but that's all right I along day today but I should on my mind that I definitely wanted to come home and speak on a little bit and maybe people can just catch hatchet tomorrow or the next day or the next day. That's the beautiful thing about the inter-web stays around for awhile. How's everybody doing man ten? Oh seven right here central time September twelfth heretofore tired of our Lord to toews in Nineteen underthrown solo tonight man Patrick is What did he say he was Colorado? Maybe but crazy news man access TV whom PAT works for access. TV Fights Dude Patrick they were bought. They were bought by a Canadian company access. TV was bought by a Canadian company here here within the last week so I believe this will be their last broadcast on access TV fights Patrick in the whole all crew. This is gonna be their last their last broadcast because the company was bought no longer owned by Mark Cuban crazy shit it but you know pat militant just pat militants. He's a very handicapped daddy very talented cat and I'm sure what that no time. Opportunities will be knocking on his door but yeah as it is right now access. TV has been bought by. I forget the name of the company company but the purpose of this particular video is to get some shit off my chest that you you know has bothered me. All of the assassinations in the nineteen sixties bothered me. You know what I mean. I co host conspiracy farm. We got get all into this but yesterday happened to mark the eighteenth anniversary as we know of nine eleven which is terrible in and in of itself but come to find out today that also excuse me thing huge gene Caesar died yesterday and not a lot of people know who this cat is or was as it were Mr Eugene Caesar so you gotTa take us back to nineteen sixty eight senator Robert F Kennedy had just won the California primary and he was in the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles California and one of his final words publicly. You know it's on Chicago and and let's win there in he was taken into the back into the kitchen. Walk through the Pantry area. Excuse me in the Ambassador Hotel's kitchen and there is he he walked essentially into a sniper's sniper but you know assassins nest just a few will you had a couple of individuals firing weapons. You had Sirhan Sirhan who unloaded his this I think six or seven shot revolver and hitting none of those shots as well say none of them but anyway he he was one convicted for the death of Robert Kennedy but the individual who actually I mean I guess maybe in concert with Sirhan Sirhan who who never was arrested or never questioned was a gentleman by the name of thane Eugene Caesar. He was the security guard who was standing behind Robert Kennedy when he was shot in. I don't WANNA speak at a turn. I'm not sure exactly if any of the this shots from Sir Hans Gun hit Robert Kennedy so it went like this I can do this. Robert Kennedy is coming coming from from this direction into the kitchen right. He's walking into the kitchen. Sir Han comes from this way shoots his gun and what's his name Rosie greer big football player grabs. The gun puts their in a kitchen area so there's like a pantry entry table so Sir Hans walking this way. I'm sorry Robert Kennedy's walking this way. Sir Hand comes in unloads his six shot revolver boom boom boom boom boom boom boom right this direction right forensic and ballistic is very important in this case he unloads loads his six shot revolvers seven shot revolver and I'm not sure how many of those shots hit Robert Kennedy. Some of them hit his chest stomach. I'm not exactly sure but according to the autopsy performed on Robert Kennedy the shot that actually killed him again Robert Kennedy's this way the shots that actually kill him come from this direction action according to the autopsy into the forensics. The shots that killed Robert Kennedy were literally right here between in two in three inches. This would have been the gun the other shots from Sir hand. We're coming this direction but according to the autopsy the shots were fired that killed him were about two inches from behind his right ear. The Complete Opposite Direction Direction of Sir Hans Bullets and that one always bug me out dude because that is like with J. K. one they liked it so much with the autopsy and the numbers flubbed the science and all this other stuff the magic bullet etc but the Robert Kennedy one is like no no. We're going to tell them that the shot that killed him was fired from two inches behind his right ear because of gun powder burns on his haired Cetera great tier right this side hi this side but Sir Hin was coming from this direction so the guy who did fire those fatal shots behind his ear was the guy I think Eugene Caesar is his name was his name and he died yesterday on September the eleventh and I know people don't like to be read two but if you don't mind just a brief reading from Robert Kennedy Jr. Robert Kennedy Son said this yesterday upon learning of Eugene Things Caesar's death. This is from Robert Kennedy Jr. posted on his instagram. They knew Gene Caesar died today in the Philippines. Compelling evidence suggests that Caesar murdered my my father on June Fifth Nineteen Sixty eight Caesar and employees in a classified section of Lockheed's Burbank facility was moonlighting as a security guard at the Ambassador Hotel. Oh tell he had landed the job about one week earlier. Seize your waited in the pantry. As my father spoken the ballroom then grab my father by the elbow and guided him towards Sir Hint with seventy seven people in the pantry. Every witness said Sirhan was always in front of my father at three to six feet distance sir hand fired two shots toward my father before he was tackled from under the dog piles and emptied his eight chamber revolver. I'm sorry firing six shots in the opposite direction five of them striking a bystander in one going wild by his own account Caesar was directly behind my dad holding his right elbow with his own gun undrawn when my dad fell backwards on top of them sees a repeatedly changes story about exactly when he drew his weapon according to the Coroner Dr Thomas New Gucci Very Famous forensic pathologist in Los Angeles all four shots that struck my father were contact shots from behind my dad with a barrel touching or neil elite touching his body Caesar sold his twenty two caliber weapon to a CO worker weeks after the assassination warning him that it had been used in a crime Caesar lied to him that had been started. Caesar lied to police claiming that he disposed of a gun months before the assassination Caesar was a bigot who hated the Kennedys these further advocacy of civil rights for blacks. I had plans to meet Thane Eugene Caesar in the Philippines last June until he demanded a payment of twenty five thousand dollars through his is agent. Dan Mold Daya Holy Shit Dan will dare ironically moldy appended meticulous and compelling indictment of Caesar in a nineteen ninety five book and then suddenly exculpated exculpated him by Fiat in Bizarre Nonsensical Final Chapter Police have never seriously investigated seasonal in my father's killing this ladies and gentlemen was the words of Robert F Kennedy Jr. Robert Kennedy's father upon learning of the death of you Jane. They need Jane Caesar and this is the guy who everybody knows is the one who actually killed and responsible for the shots that killed Robert Kennedy who's running for president in nineteen sixty eight. These are really some of the I really really public statements. Robert Kennedy has made in this manner completely questioning the official story story. which is you know Sirhan Sirhan who's serving time in prison for the death of Robert Kennedy's the one who was responsible people and we can get into who was and how you know that's that's worth talking up but at the end of the day I always found this very poignant as relates to this story the forensics right and when you see where Herb Robert Kennedy was in in respect to Sirhan Sirhan like just the bullets just didn't make any sense sir coming here or I'm sorry Robert Kennedy's fucking me? Robert Kennedy's coming from here so coming from here in this is where this is where Sir Hans shoots from but the shot that kills Robert Kennedy is from aw behind his right ear. I mean that Bates the fuck interestingly to me that just makes it so obviously a you know. A fairly certain didn't do what the fuck they said he did so anyway. That's what this video man. Go check that out and I know I know it's been however many years and nobody gives a fucking more. I understand but this was something that always bothered me. In addition to the John Kennedy assassination Robert Kennedy one was just so much more fucking fucking blatant out he wanted to end the warned Vietnam Etcetera Etcetera Kennedy's just didn't stand a chance in sixty okay so check that out ban in that you know no no rest in peace for this motherfucker man thing Eugene Caesar thane Eugene Caesar the real culprit in the real assassin of Robert Francis Kennedy on June fifth nineteen eighteen sixty eight in the kitchen of the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles right after he won the California primary I needed he just the physical evidence is right there. It's so much more less convoluted than the JFK one the JFK. You got what weapon did what was it a Carcano. Was it a milder uh or does magic bullet come from how many shooters this one is a lot more cut and dry simply because of the public information that was rendered by Thomas Noguchi. Who did the autopsy who said the shots didn't come from the shots that killed Kennedy didn't come from the front where Sirhan was and if you get into like how it all played out like the guy soon as you start shooting the grabbed his gun and pointed another direction completely totally away from Robert Kennedy and then when they said in the autopsy report that he was killed from his shot right here literally three inches not I'm not just pointing where it was? This is literally the proximity of the weapon on Robert Kennedy's head boom right behind his ear and this is what the autopsy report shows so this is the guy who did it. Man Just died yesterday they in Eugene Caesar died in the Philippines pins yesterday September the eleventh of all days right but just a little piece of history man that's been lost and will probably continue to be lost because here we are today. After September eleventh and more history's being lost like Graham Hayek said we're where civilization with Amnesia by design of course so anyway. I didn't want to ramble too who long but you Jane Eugene Stain Eugene Caesar died yesterday and that is the gentleman who was standing right behind Robert Kennedy when everything went down in the ballroom hydrogen hired as a security guard at the last second all kinds of it Super Super Shady and I'm not even going to get into the inside baseball on it information is there. There's a lot of public so everyone go check it out for themselves but anyway right. He's so much love got some cool stuff coming up on the conspiracy farm. That's all I can really say right now. Some really cool stuff some cool guests very interesting information as always but hope. Everybody's doing well he lane mold or how we doing. I don't know who was actually on here. Who says it's joined him killing woods Tim Kelly what's up? What's up Daniel? What's up Jeff? What's up uncle Danny? What's up Kelly? It's up Sherri. What's up Anita Monti? I just wanted to get some of this off my chest because this guy just died right and it's always bothered me. You know thing this Sir Hans Sir Hans sitting in a prison has for the last however many decades just you know he he clearly participated but find out who her hand was in who was controlling him and then you know Eugene Caesar obviously just get off then when you look at the evidence the physical evidence silence of how you know the the forensic pathologist said Robert Kennedy died was at shot right behind his ear or the other the right ear. How's that possible when you're killers in front interview shooting from in front of you? How are you dying from a bullet behind your right ear? It's worth checking out you know what in Lane Muller. I'm not sure if you're here elaine you are still elaine this good friend of mine. He May Lane Muller's Chiming in right now. Oh and you may not remember this Elaine. We took a speech class together in college and I spoke on this very subject Robert Kennedy's assassination Asian yeah that's right. I was going hard even however many years ago that was planning planning but yeah it just confounds the brain man and you know why I you know I come to understand why these things happen now. As I got older but mainstream society side he still thinks it's the old Sirhan Sirhan Oh boy sits in jail and he just got stabs or and starting recently got stabbed in jail thousand about in seeing your lives a beautiful thing so yeah man yesterday Dane in Eugene Caesar met his demise he lived significantly longer life than what Robert Kennedy did did and he's the one if you wonder why I'm doing this video on your catching jumping in late. They knew gene Caesar's the security guard that was standing behind Robert Kennedy dance responsible for the shot that was fired hoops behind his right ear that killed them sensitive affairs. This is an organiz hit. You know just couldn't have that could never another Kennedy in office. Man People who speak truth are all too often a threat to those who crave power and power has to be spoken to often times at great risked oneself people like S. M. Holland Lee bowers Gene Hill Willie O'Keefe. They've all taken that risk. They've all come forward. That's a quote from JFK The in seen JFK the closing statements we have a great JFK episode coming up actually in November number but anyway. I'm sorry I'm rambling didn't WanNa do that but yeah you Jane Dane Eugene Caesar. I always call them Eugene. I've never heard of the stuff but apparently Gene Caesar's name in like I just read a little bit ago Robert Kennedy Jr. Robert Kennedy's son knows that this is the guy responded we everybody knows but the official story does not reflect that like a great many of assassinations but he died. I just peacefully in the Philippines one of the few assassin that they ah usually they get rid of the assassins Lee Harvey but now he got his ass over the Philippines chill out for the next time for armony you know fifty years Liu denies long healthy life like I said much longer than Robert Kennedy but if had fascinates you at all like it does mean look it up and you just see how they just blatantly. I wish I remembered you. Don't remember Elaine when I did the freaking case beat. How could you not only freaking twenty plus years ago? I forget I forget who are teacher was some black dude Mr Curtis. I WANNA say Mr Curtis now. That's that's right. Holy Shit it. My brain's actually working but some black dude. It was a night class was a night class. We used to take it was through Scott Community College but it was at our old high school. I know I'm digressing but somebody's online here that I actually gave the speech in college mainly years ago on the assassination Robert Kennedy how does absolutely fucking absurd. It was good even bothered me back then you are good. I don't know if it was Mr Curtis. Curtis don't quote me on that lady but by but anyways I'm gonNA slide another long day tomorrow. Just figure I'd drop a little hammer here. Get some shit off my chest and be we'll check it out man and I'm not just talking silly buggers here about this Guy Eugene Caesar in what happened that day however long ago it is bad. It's like once they set that precedent that they could take people out so like prominent you know from the president to someone running for president and once they can do that undue be circumstances. Everything's up for fucking grabs man. It's all fair game dolphins game immediately and even from then we went onto the Persian Gulf War and nine nine eleven and all the other wars and I mean it just it. It's a continuation of the same people but the same power structure are the military industrial telecommunication pharmaceutical complex starting wars killing the people so Mafia. It's like you know it's fucking Mafia. Do eat is straight mafia in they continue. I mean it just continues to this day. Do it continues to this day. They just you know they've sophisticated their their modus operandi and how they get down. It's much more sophistication implementation of their plans but yeah we're still seeing crazy. Wars is back in Vietnam. I mean come on now smedley Butler. Everybody knows who smedley Butler was right. One of the most high highly decorated veterans of his time early nineteen hundreds early you know late Twentieth Century Early Early Twentieth Century he was as he said himself he was. He was a gangster for capitalism supporting the military industrial complex and we see more today so again hope everybody's doing well. I'm sorry but I just wanted to speak league on the passing of Eugene Caesar. He played a very prominent role in history but not a lot of people know who the fuck you was as I say like Robert Kennedy would it came in and been perfect etcetera etcetera but you know that gangster type shit that can allow presidential candidate to be fucking assassinated in for the mad for the public to be disliked blatantly lied to everyone here can go in Google the autopsy report Robert Kennedy and see where the bullet came from that killed him behind his fucking here right here. It's not me this isn't me saying this is what happened when you see where Oh boy was shooting from their hands off all from the front. It sounds silly because you could turn around and done some money linked caught a bullet. Now you just gotTa you gotTa gotta read. The reports reports of all the shots were fired. More shots were fired then what held than the you know the amount of shots that Sir Handgun gun held get holes in the fucking wall. You know I'm rambling but this is this. This is the horse should they do Manley fucking takeout pose something the other day my facebook the Justice Department building is named after fucking Robert F candidate they kill you in light you about who did it in the name buildings after you in Washington. DC that to me is like the even the sicker Shit. That's so seth rich. Seth rich has a bike rack a dedicated to himself in Washington DC. I know nothing new under the Sun man but it's just like I just wanted to give out a particular. What's up Shelly Shane how you doing? I just wanted to give a particular fuck fuck off to Eugene Caesar in just put his name out there because I don't know I I if I mentioned the name I can only assume that people who that is but I highly highly doubt it but this is the guy who shot Kennedy Robert Kennedy right behind the head as he walked through the Pantry and the Ambassador Hotel after winning winning the California primary and he was on Chicago and let's let's win. There is messed up right and it's not because I say mentioned on the show all the time. It's only through kind of historical perspective. Do we find out like Oh wow okay that did happen twenty thirty years later everyone's dead no accountability. It just wind up happening again but you know there's this historical gabbling but it's like no that has nothing to do with that it. Always you know it's always kind of connected. This is a will the world is a will to power. I think Frederick Nici said that it just gets we've got sick. People that run shit do sick people that run shit in there is not having that they won't do to acquire power and to hold onto it. Nothing I mean they trade in a traffic children. Do fucking satanically ritually abused children children. You don't WanNa you don't even want to hear some of the stories of what the fuck they're doing. The Kids Fan Epstein in that fucking grew but the trading and people people's body parts guns drugs arms weapons in the utilizing these different financial institutions to wash the money from all of these illicit proceedings trillions of dollars to me. It's a black market economy. Do It's been going on for fuck it ever. I knew I digress with that but I mean that's yeah get eliminate anybody that might come in and disrupt that there's no different than the dope game on the streets. If you have other buckets coming at selling shit on on your black what do you do you have people. Come in encroaching on the dollar your your dollar in this corporation the United States for America talking big dollars so anyway fuck Eugene Caesar look his name. Check them out. You guys understand that. This isn't me or need saying this crazy shit. It is a weird day to Die Right Jackson Dia September eleventh a lot of crazy shit's gone on September eleventh man if you look at the date historically shortly and some interesting stuff but in this particular day June fifth nineteen sixty eight Robert Kennedy had just won the primary down there in California in about to go to Chicago and handle is business and he probably would have wanted odds are he was set to win and but you know for me it is really bugs me like I said had a little bit ago man the reports right there the autopsy report with with John Kennedy. It's all fucking like Whoa did they. This is the same body what did they do to his head is brain's gone. They did so much to fuck up the forensics but almost you know a testimony to how fucking brazen they are and how much they don't give a shit they had certain firing from the front of this guy in the shot that kills him wind up being back here and they make all this information mason public and the guy who shoots from the front is sitting in jail whereas like who shot from the back like nobody even talks about nobody get you know the dude walks walks even though they went into who this guy was Eugene Caesar and find out you know who would he's been up to its He's has intelligence ties at seven Sarah. He's the only with a gun at the time standing right behind Robert Kennedy it said anyway we know it was just nothing happens and happens scares me to no more well. I mean come on come on maybe this would frustrates me also kind of dries me to keep going with the conspiracy farm that can stop and and now that we're going to change the world but you know we just gotTa be Alice. Do there's been no nothing happens at anybody. Nothing happens anybody from you know a hate to from World War One which was engineered killed twenty million people. Nobody went to jail for the European in Western forces that helped fund the Nazi war machine. Nobody went to fucking jail. Nuremburg trials had nothing to do with a lot of the Western forces that helped fund and arm the Third Reich. I'm sorry is is just what the FUCK DOC is out. Nobody went to jail for the Gulf of Tonkin in the Vietnam War that killed so many Americans in millions of Vietnamese. Nobody went to jail for Iran Contra for the Persian Gulf War in falsely reporting that Iraqi soldiers were turning over fucking incubators in the sanctions in Iraq that killed so many hundreds of thousands of people. Nobody went to jail offer. WMD's being a liar Benghazi or fucking down eleven or bear stearns or any any of the financial collapse these guys get hundred million dollar golden parachutes. Whatever it's like you know what I mean? It's just systemic. Do Nothing fucking happens ever ever and then we all wind up fighting about nonsense by all this shit continues the fuck do I heard more sheet about fucking Antonio Brown helmet and being released from the fucking raiders hired by the Patriots and now under sexual assault charges. I heard more about that dumb shit than I heard about fucking Jeffrey Epstein in all the gangster shit he's been into for decades stupid fucking stupid. How many people know who fucking Eugene is or was? They knew Gene Caesar. If I were to ask you who killed Robert Kennedy what would most of you say surrender odds are if you had any clue at all some people who killed Robert Kennedy you probably be like Robert Kennedy John John Wilkes as well the Lee Harvey Booth Orelon Robert Kennedy Right Lee Harvey Booth people wouldn't have a clue but you know some people know it was you know it was all pinned on Sirhan Sirhan but not a lot of people who think Jesus Caesar was but I'll bet a whole bunch of people know who they have in their fantasy football draft is a book in wide receiver and running back and all that it dep- right yeah no. I'm not knocking. De do your fantasy football do do they do your friends football but it it goes into this kind of like fucking selective butthurt virtue singling signaling that we see everywhere. Everyone's apart heard about every fucking dumb shit you. Could you snap on you. You snap completely on the sheet. You shouldn't snap on but you're fucking completely silent on this shit. You should be snapping up. That's why can't it just fucking boggles. My mind with the chapelle shit was genius dude. I mean he's had everybody fucking triggered. Everybody's goddamn fields do nobody has their opinion. Their opinion has them and they can't wait virtue signal and tell everybody how fucking horrible they are. Because what do you see niche amid defended. Go Fuck Yourself. You know what I mean. They're satanic ritually abusing children anything that anything that no all right well. That's cool the guy who was spearheading it up to fucking few weeks ago when he was on suicide watch they kill them in the fucking jail. Hadn't anybody kill himself in forty refunding. Here's what he's dead in with it all of his secrets mad about that. No I back to dancing with the fucking stars keeping up together. They occurred there. Are they making a new series of the hills. Are you kidding Brody Jenner's coming back my God the desktop by Dvr. I'm a jaded cynical son of a bitch but you know life in historical events have proved moving that have kind of a reason to me. I still think life is lovely beautiful thing in every single day man every single breath of air is an absolute blessing but you know it's just it's it's just weird shit. We get caught up in a lot of engineering social engineering. You know we were made care about dumb shit. That's why the Kardashians have a top rated show 'cause we. We make it so in as much as we you know we pretend like we give a shit about stuff. We just don't you know you're kind of into ourselves. As long as I have the newest fucking phone and everything is happening the way I wanted to really all that matters I'm not saying that's I think but that's kind of seems to be the culture. We don't really seem to give a fuck about crazy shit. That's happening in the world but we're definitely very pissed. I mean these things need to be talked about racism. You know phobia this phobia that Bubba Blah uh but you know again selective butthurt us we need to start prioritizing shit our government funds terrorists arms and funds terrorists. We haven't fucking conversation about that place. Before we have the fucking conversation about Tonio Brown's fucking helmet or whatever it is man through a fucking clue of the Jeffrey Epstein was into it went so far Liane cates man at the kids is bad enough but I mean everything we talk about on the fucking conspiracy farm that guy was end with financial institutions touche's with banks washing money washing trillions billions of trillions of dollars man from kids drugs arms. It's global fucking global man. It's global when he was up to not just him just this network and this fucking network. Tell me man the Matrix was documentary. There is a reality that they hide from us and they place this fucking crazy weird false reality L. D. over reality. It looks so many people that just buy into it. Oh what are you telling me on fuck in Good Morning America this morning out of Kinetic Welton in less than thirty minutes only got it quilts. I'm not saying committing. Quotes is bad but we need to prioritize our our anger a little bit more do I think the hurricane was plotted in the Bahamas. I don't I don't i. I know they've been able to control the weather since the late thirties early forties but I don't think necessarily that unless you have some evidence to prove otherwise we'll be more to hear it Miss Alexander. I don't know who's all on here right now but had anybody heard of Eugene Caesar Dane Eugene Caesar by know who that person person was until seeing it in my timeline all right if you haven't you know planet fitness. This is a judgement free zone but I'm sorry I he is the guy who killed Robert. Kennedy shot him from two inches behind his head right ear. This I keep pointing the wrong side in the autopsy. Report shows it so compare what they said happen this shit name Sir Sir unloading his weapon from the Complete Opposite Direction of where the fatal shot came from and again. It's not like they've come this fucking in the can read this. You could see it Thomas Noguchi. He got quite a bit of Shit after that happened because he refused to say that the shot that killed him came from the front and he was like dude. It's back here. We're going for yourself or you know completely. Don't give a shit which is fine too. That's why can't you hear I appreciate that. I just wanted to speak on it because I knew probably not a lot of people knew who it was is something you know. Most people realize that the officials story of who killed Robert Kennedy was nonsense. Some people really you just have no you know observing answering. Did it okay. I just heard this. Palestinian guy did it because he hated. You know a lot of people just kind of deferred to whatever the public sentiment on it is not a lot of people know who Eugene Caesar was in how he was able to get right behind Senator Kennedy and shoot them right in the head from two inches and I think the cool part about it that we can actually talk about today in it removes this conversation from conspiracy theory is the autopsy report that shows that the shot came from two inches behind his right ear and when you hear how it all played out how he was walking in the shots from Saran rain came from front. You're like well how the fuck did he get hit back in the back of his head if the do they're shooting him was coming from the front and you're like all right then who was behind signed him in the when you look at the pictures you see thane Eugene Caesar the only person who was holding again so anyway. This is very very intriguing stuff to me. I find it fascinating and unfortunately as time goes on it just goes away and nobody cares because I generally think generally speaking speaking. I don't think people just you can't fight. City Hall is just what happened. I'm you know we you know. Nobody cares not to say anything even if they say we're working I do about it. They'RE GONNA kill people and that's true but you can't ever changing situation unless you become aware that it's a problem problem right. I mean if people even began to get the vastness of the conspiracy that went behind killing John Kennedy Tease Lord Robert Kennedy was equally as fucked West more homes say people buy into it because that's the easy way out. If people actually really came to the realization of the state of our society from economics foreign policy education etcetera they would crack or simply just take extra doses of blue pills. Well I mean that's that's very true West. More a lot of people have confirmation. Biases is an egos in in very much invested in how they see the world will. That's not the way I think about it and if I don't know that's you know it's not happening or it's people always feel they got covered and you may talent shit because if it was really going on and they know about it so it's like people don't even want to want to let go of what they don't know and then it bates the question I say it all the time on the show. Once you start finding out how dark it might be then you're like Oh my God. I've been lied to you on so many different levels and then base the question. What the fuck do I do about it and the older you get the worse? It is the will only you get in the worst. You realize how much you've been lied to is the more you kinda hold onto like no way there's augured way. They lied to me like like they did. They did and he just can't let that go. People can't can't unlearn you know what I mean. It's like cantonal anti-national dog new tricks or whatever but as it relates to the world at large like man a lot of people have a Lotta Shit invested like said Ego Etcetera Etcetera in how they see the world and letting that goes very very problematic for people and when you start talking about very deep conspiracies to do shit like JFK or nine eleven or RFK Have K or Marley king whatever means just it challenges peoples thought process and how they thought things were and are that's why I love Matrix. The Matrix is a documentary. I swear like you said West more between the blue and the red pills like take the blue pill. We'll go back to sleep in the world's. Whatever you want it to be tied gall? What's my nuke? We gotta get you on tides and have a nice conversation. Did you very I forget. There's been several months couple years where I post something about art. K and you brought up an Eugene Caesar and I think that was maybe maybe the first time I had heard the name in a long time I don't know but I was saying Sir joined but not a lot of people know who that is and and not all people even know who sir Hans Sir Hannah's but they know him before they do each Jane Caesar Eugene Caesar obviously glad design but in the more time goes by unless people do unless people stay on it. Let's dip shits like me set up in the middle of the night talking about this. We have these conversations and continue to we. Everyone just keeps swallowing the narrative of what is they don't. They don't want to do any digging lest you be called a conspiracy theorist. What's up rick found how you doing sir you? You know they have that connotation. If you're a conspirators must be Alex Jones and Sandyhook didn't exist sense. I'm just a critical thinker man I questioned stuff and I happened happened to be like a big fan of history so having studied history and seen history play out so many things that we talk about their conspiracy theories I mean you'd be a fool oh not to question all the things I was listening to go from the sinking of the US Maine to start the Spanish American war from the Gulf of Tonkin to the Lusitania to get us into World War One. You know I ain't crazy. I'm not crazy. I just can read so again. We create those confirmation biases and things like that in my world this could never happen and that's what makes the harder. The pill harder to swallow when you do are confronted with things that so challenger is your world view. I don't know Man Socrates said all I know is I know nothing. I'm a big fan of that statement because the more you like I got it. This is it I know it all. Just you know you don't you don't know it all and there's much more. There's always more to learn so if you didn't know who thing you gene. Caesar was actually check him out. He died yesterday and Robert Kennedy Junior. The son of the man he killed gave a very lengthy in in poignant. Take on who this person was he was the man who led him into the little assassins nest if you will and and he did his role to help do away with them and that's one of the some of the first statements Robert Kennedy Juniors ever really significantly made about him as far as challenging the official so story so could night show but yeah I am going to dip so so I hope everybody is fantastic and finds themself. Well on this day is it days are displaying together Thursday Thursday Thursday night this fine Thursday night. Every single day of ground is a beautiful day. I don't know some yesterday with September eleventh and such I mean had had eighteen years ago when I lived in Chicago in that happen in my apartment faced like O'hare airspace and there were the days before that obviously obviously o'hare planes were constantly flying constantly constantly constantly flying in that day that was the first summit ever seen like this guy empty and quiet and when you go on the L. train you say cats with freaking M. sixteens and dude. I'm a fucking. I'm a country mouse from Iowa. Do that should bugged me out. That shit really bugged me out when that happened obviously bugged us all out but limiting such big like Chicago. I was like man I need to get back. Di Was it's possible but I mean some the bothered me yesterday and I don't know anyway people jumping out of the windows man jumping man whatever they call them or to make that decision man how insanely incredibly I just can't imagine the moments that precipitated these people who like upper class a white collar gigs probably make great though whatever the happened on a Tuesday perhaps had a gray weekend heading to work doing what they do not knowing that within a very short period of time they were gonNA be forced forced to do the absolute fucking unthinkable in jump. Uh of whatever these floors from the World Trade Center. I just can't imagine that process man I mean I think it's called the jumping man picture of the guys in a white shirt with a tie and and it's crazy man that was heavily on my mind yesterday and a little bit today to me just as I think I just to take that step that that initial step I'm assuming they were escaping escaping the heat and just to make that choice as opposed to burning to death. It was like I am going to die so I'm going to either burn to death or I'm going to jump from this building crazy man crazy but these are the choices that had to be made on that day man fucked up man. It's fucked up so I found myself super almost every September eleventh him very reflective we hit we did some shows and obviously the conspiracy farm. We talk about the conspiracy shit like that but I don't know that particular day today. It wasn't wasn't really thinking someone's like that the Y. and who did a lots of human lives were lost in a very in a horrible way man and we saw it on TV where the super like broadcasted sucks men and then thinking all fucking lives innocent or not innocent I mean since the in the open checkbook that was you know the war of terror air and how many hundreds of thousands of people have been killed since nine eleven based off of nine eleven and how many we'll continue to be her terrible story of how some were pushed because there was such a push to rush to the windows for air. Hadn't I thought of that before wow what's. IRC me tied one of those cool acronyms so yeah the people jumping who were forced to John Burr whatever it was that was really kind of bothering me yesterday as well it should be but I'm just thinking about those people like before the ride into work you know probably listening to do whatever the fuck music their lists whatever starting to start another day to having no clue that that within just whatever there I don't mean super super sad as we all know man that you know as they say change change the world forever Herb Simmons how you doing brother yet I mean bring the seedings down. This wasn't really an uplifting posts in the first place. I was just trying to bring people attention to the individual who died yesterday happened to be on September eleventh. Thing thing was staying Eugene Caesar. He was the security guard standing behind Robert Kennedy when he walked to the ambassador ballrooms kitchen and shot him and killed him but depended on Sir hands so that was the thrust of this post. We went a little couple directions. That's right it. All kinda ties together man it all ties together the military industrial complex as we know it military industrial pharmaceutical pseudo telecommunication complex no it has no problem ladies and gentlemen none whatsoever with burying bodies and taking taking people out in whatever fashion they need to to achieve their larger geopolitical goals and if you don't think that's possible you can easily easily look at something as recently as September the eleventh two thousand one but we've seen it all throughout history. They've lied I just into several wars which responsible for the death of so many millions of innocent men women and children and I know we just don't we tend to just not give a fuck because it's not ours so our men women and children of soldiers of course are dying in that but they're not you know so we're not dying from sanctions levied because of Iraq or Iran whatever country we're trying to go into now. Julian selena signs posted that video fucking collateral murder us. We haven't seen that in a look at look at the Vietnam War millions Vietnamese men women and children dead literally literally based off ally the Gulf of Tonkin incident incident never happened but they did in you know we lost fifty eight plus thousand American soldiers killed in action however many EPL W tens of thousands died from suicides coming home from rural suicides are overdoses again. Millions of Vietnamese basically based off the lion in for the large part to keep the heroin trade moving. It's all about hair. What's about communism awesome anyway? On Afghanistan garden the poppy fields this opium epidemic decimates the United States yet fifty eight thousand dying a year. They said the war in Vietnam every year fifty plus thousand fifty eight supposedly died in Vietnam over the course of many years. We're having fifty plus thousand deaths every year from the hope from the heroine Innovia down if you think that it's just come at somehow just showing up because of whatever the third rate drug dealer whatever the fuck you not seen trillions of dollars in trade of guns and drugs and people in arms and in so many of these financial institutions are washing the money from this shit dude so nothing new under the sun just WanNa make people aware whereas the death of Jean Caesar who died yesterday quite ironic September eleventh but look him up see who he was then. Ask yourself why why the fuck is Sir Hanson sitting in prison still for the rest of his life not going anywhere crazy man crazy fucking world. We live in you know hey. We got people losing their shit over whatever again we're snapping on Shit. We shouldn't be snapping on and we're fucking cricket. Silent on Shit. We need to be snap it on and that silence is the acquiescence that allows for all of this shit to keep happening as we're going to put to sea with fucking Venezuela. I I mean come on dude. How many tens of thousands people are sanctions already killed in Venezuela and we're about to go into fucking Iran? I mean yeah I think talking to myself 'cause. I don't think many people give a fuck. I wanted to do this this. This should've just again. I'm not expecting anybody even do anything about a participant. fucking aware of the rabbit hole is deep and it has been so I hope everyone enjoys the rest of the evening. Hope everybody enjoys enjoys the tomorrow and the rest of the week piece in all kinds of love and so many blessings to you whoever's listening in your family's I was nothing but the best man it's hot as hell out here summer's going out with a bang soon. It will be fall soon. We'll be hearing Christmas music on the radio. Jazz knows roasting on an open my jam do the Nat King Cool all right guys love you man and Yeah I saw that tied I mentioned that that certain certain woods was attacked in his jail cell or whatever was stabbed. Whatever but rot in fucking Hell Dane Eugene Caesar Cox and son of a bitch got to live his life out dying in the Philippines at the ripe old age of whatever the Funky was but he derived Robert Kennedy and his family of seeing him live a nice long healthy life but such as life right this? Is these things happen but if we don't learn I'm from history we are doomed to repeat it so let's get wise to this yet and please pay attention to more postals gentleman on the hard to kill holiday challenge that we are about to break off for the holidays starting November first to January I this is this is a this is a challenge. You know I'm going to say even modelled off it but everyone not a lot of people have heard of Thomson Gura Bert Kreischer and Joe Rogan. They have their sober October. They don't drink some about what school you know. I mean there's no competition with themselves but this is this is straight up. This is some next level shit man. This is some transformation shit that we all individually become responsible for. We're not in competition with anybody. Whatever it is you WANNA? Do you WANNA lose weight. You WanNa work out you WANNA learn to cook you. WanNa fuck and read more whatever it is you want to do. This is the opportunity for you to challenge yourself to level up job and challenge yourself to do these things to make yourself a better you period and then you'll be able to do videos whatever it is and we'll find some place for you to post hosted in. You'll just be leveling up for these two months in putting a public record out there to make you accountable and if you don't fucking do it guess what you don't fucking do it. Nobody nobody's responsible for you but you you WANNA level the fuck up level the fuck up and do it and we wanna see that this is all an inspirational thing for us all to challenge ourselves. Get Out of our comfort zone fuck New Year's resolutions man. Let's talk some new life resolutions but the year let's flip the script man. Let's become the best us live our best life. Life right in the challenge is not something you got to keep doing it after the two months but this is just a starting phase for for you to get yourself into the groove of being the best you everyone's challenge is going to be different every single one of us. We all got different Shit. We WanNa do more of do less of increase. Stop doing whatever the fuck it is man. Whatever it is this is the time for you to level up challenge yourself step out of those comfort zones which we all have we all? We all get complacent. We all get lazy dude but there's just a beautiful thing about taking shit to the next level once that switch gets flipped and we've all I had those moments where like shit just changes force in the moment of decision right. Anthony Robbins says best is the moment of decision where Dennis formed once you decide to step that shit up into great for lack of a better term we all got greatest greatness stupid where all afraid our deepest fears not that we are inadequate quip our deepest fears that we are powerful beyond measure it is your light your darkness which frightens us you're playing small. Does nothing nothing to serve the world. There's nothing enlightened about shrinking so that others don't feel insecure around you. We were all meant to shine like children do and when we allow for that light to shine we unconsciously give people permission to do the same thing as we are liberated from our fears in our presence automatically liberates others. That's an incredible poem that has stuck with me for a very long long-time. You're playing small does nothing to serve the World Ladies and gentlemen. There's nothing enlightened about shrinking so that others don't feel insecure insecure Ranji. Let's step at the fuck up. Let's level a lot baby was do the damn thing is be the best us we have it in it all day. Diskette move some shit out of the way in get out of our own way to embrace the greatness that is within all of us men straight up and I truly mean that so anyway piece and so much love you guys went. What's tomorrow fog Fridays? We already time flies anyway. Thank you for tuning in hope. I didn't ramble too much man has had to get a little bit of shit off my chest originally about RFK thing we're kind of spiraled and the whole bungee yet but that's all good all good dude the hard to kill holiday challenge. We're going to get more and more information out about it. Share that Shit Dude share the heart set share that Hashtag H. T. K. Eight see hard to kill holiday challenge with challenge ourselves to let's do the damn thing we're fucking. Dude were awesome. We need to recognize our awesome as an embrace that shit our gang. I'm done rambling. I'm I'M GONNA make some food. 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Tuesday 1/19/21 - Assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. Part I

Chicago Dog Walk

19:49 min | 3 months ago

Tuesday 1/19/21 - Assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. Part I

"Hey what's up guys. It's big cat before you start listening to this episode. I want to let you know that we're running a special sale on all barstool merch. Go to store dot barstool sports dot com and use code podcast for ten percent off goto store dot barstool sports dot com and use code. Podcast for ten percent off are aiming three. Is tuesday january nineteenth. Welcome to the dog walk presented by barstool sports hero clear. I sounded sound good. I took my time I enunciated pronounced everything. Yeah hit every syllable. I don't usually like doing that through. Let's get the business bank. Eric officer chief. How we don. I feel good you do. Yeah i i mean. My voice is a little raspy conscious about it. Now because your voice sounds crystal clear your purr like a cat over there in Little scratchy. I hear you. I hear you but not the best topic today. Actually not a good topic at all but nonetheless important thing and It it fits. You know what's going on this week. Yeah we're gonna talk about martin luther king junior and more specifically his assassination The man who was charged with a crime. A perpetrator who. I didn't know anything about him. You know which. I thought is interesting. Like you know about leow ers while you know about the the guy booth exactly who killed lincoln like you know. Some of these names who killed prominent people brutus killed. Julius caesar like you just know you know some of them and it's just like they're just in the pop culture and you would think that more people would know more about this guy that killed Martin luther king junior but we just don't yeah. I thought about that when he said that his name i was like no i don't i like i said you know you could rattle off Rbi's walton fuck in. Even bobby kennedy's killer like that's that's another guy just like everybody kind of knows that name and they were killed you know two months apart and everybody knows her answer and i had to learn his name. I believe unless i'm gonna. I'm not questioning you. I'm just. I guess i didn't know and i. I don't know a ton about brutus either. But that's neither here nor there regardless you know what we're trying to say here only say that there's prominent people who've killed prominent people say i just confirmed as her hands her. That's one name to name. Well it sir han biz hora sir hand. So you know first name. Last name sirhan sirhan. As far as i can tell gotcha well before we get into it. We've gotta talk about roman chief okay. Most people tried last is julius. Caesar dropped their roman. You're right there. We go julius. Caesar and he would use fucking roman right okay. Would he'd be swiping the deck and You know about cesar thinking about near the ancient times. It's not gonna work can help you last longer. Nope so the folks roman are here online. Men's health company. they're changing. The game with roman swipes swipes are clinically proven way to last longer in bed. 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He's still obviously like a a figure if anyone's been on social media in the last forty eight hours all i mean you've seen dozens maybe hundreds thousands of people doing martin luther king junior quotes in his. Because he was this great man he you know he was a civil rights leader. Probably from the mid fifties up until his death in nineteen sixty eight and was really just for doing it through nonviolence and peaceful protest. And he's a guy that we were. Obviously you know he's borderline Like deified when you study him in school. It's just like this is just a great great man and you know. And he's known for his his ideals and obviously he has like one of the greatest speeches of the twentieth century that i have a dream speech and And that's what we know about him but and we'll get into some of this little bit later like anybody else. He's a he's a person and he's not like a deity or god he's got some flaws and and the fbi was specifically j. edgar hoover who was the head and the founder of the fbi. We're very interested in some of his personal shortcomings and wanted to use that Against him because they saw him in such a threat to the way things were. But i also just think you know the history of them and i asked you before we started like. What is this guy's name who killed him. Name is james. Earl ray and there are now again. It's like. I know everything. There is to know about lee harvey oswald. There's all kinds of different conspiracies. The martin luther king junior who you could say maybe the most influential and prominent person from that era killed in a similar fashion with a high-powered rifle. From across the way. And maybe just because there's no video of it like you know there's a pruder film white kind of like there's a president being shot on camera. Maybe that's kind of why people are so fascinated with that one and it was the president and not as much. But yeah james earl ray His one of these most infamous assassins time and kind of an unlikely guy with an unsavory unsavory pass. Almost he makes me think he's not even capable of doing something like this but he was a guy was born into abject poverty outside of saint louis rural missouri very poor. He joined the army and served in west germany after world. War two is kind of like a police keeping thing he gets dishonorably discharged. So it's like. Oh so like the. I couldn't find out what exactly he did to get that dishonorable discharge. But you know he's kicked out of the military dishonorably And then when he comes back to the united states after that he just becomes like a small time criminal so he has no real. Education doesn't really know anything. can't really hold down a job so he just starts like you know he robbed the cabdriver for eleven dollars. He would stick up a store he would do this. You do that. And eventually he goes to jail. He gets caught for burglary and goes to jail sentences Forty five months but he gets back out shortly after that made me. I think three years in a sentence and almost immediately with a friend that he met in jail sticks up a kroger foods. So now it's like it's your second fans. It's a larger offense. It's an armed. You're he did it. While all armed he gets sentenced to twenty years in federal prison so he just live out his time in prison in the seventh year of the twenty year sentence. Guess what he escapes. I'll just breaks out of jail. He sneaks into the back of like a bread truck and just gets out and then he's on like he's a fugitive and is not re- like he has different. Aliases and stuff. But he's just like out and he's like kinda run around the country run around the south and and that he escaped prison on april twenty third nineteen sixty seven and James earl ray claims that you know he's doing all these different jobs to make money and one of them was that he was a gunrunner for this. Cuban guy named rahul and they're running guns all over all over the country running them into into cuba like it sounds like we. We've talked about this before. But i think it was operation north woods or operation mongoose. Rather where they're trying to like have these cubans invade like exiled cubans invade. Cuban kicked cash. Route fascinate castro. And they're like running guns onto these training missions. Those are covert operation. So if these running guns with the cuban guy like kind of weird he also did a stint in mexico like you went down to mexico when he was a fugitive. It was like you know what i'm gonna do with my life. I'm going to be a porn director. So he starts like shooting these amateur porn he would get in tight with all these like mexican prostitutes and film them. He started dating one then he got into trouble with one of them and then he was on the run from like people who wanted to stick up for her so he goes back to the united states. And that's actually when he got hooked up with this guy. allegedly who was doing the The gun running. He also worked. You know the name george wallace. Yeah okay seen forrest gump. And the guy standing in the governor of alabama who was a segregationist and he's extremely racist guy. He ran for president. I want wanna say and sixty four or maybe sixty eight sixty four or know what's been sixty eight. And so he was so this guy. James earl ray was doing some like low level campaign work under an alias for george wallace and he becomes obsessed with martin luther king kind of stocks from all around the country. This and that wallace does her. No james earl ray. So he's like he did some work for for george wallace whose big-time racist and it should be noted that james earl ray from Rural missouri also Was like a noted racist and So he decides that he's gonna kill. Allegedly this is. This is what the story is that he's gonna kill martin luther king and he believes that he will be seen as like a hero so many people in the country that went george wallace. The racist gets elected president. He will receive a presidential pardon for killing. Martin luther king junior she so he starts plotting and plotting and now he has access to these guns from doing this job as a gunrunner gets a rifle. And when martin luther king goes up to memphis staying at this hotel james earl ray stays at like a boarding house like almost like a hostile. What it sounds like Across the street. So he's like watching him and he has his rifle and he just kind of waiting for his chance. And on april fourth nineteen sixty eight so less than a year after he breaks out of prison. He assassinates martin luther king and now because the police and everybody is always in the fbi and everyone else is constantly monitoring martin. Luther king james earl. Ray leaves in a hurry okay. So he gets out of memphis he starts. He's on the run again and he gets into canada somehow when he's in canada he's able to get a birth certificate and a passport. I don't know how the fuck that's possible. But he has a canadian passport under a different name which was ramon. George sneed s. n. e. y. So he's thinking about how hard it is to get a passport now yet. You know you have to have proper identification you kind of have to have a birth certificate if someone was like. Hey ryan go get yourself a new copy of your birth certificate. I don't know how to do that. I think like give you one. When you're born like my mom has it somewhere. Yeah that's why wasn't strike the fear of god in you can't lose. I can't lose it social security car. Have that laminated. Like these are hard things to in my brain at least to get this guy who is a fugitive just killed someone can just go up to canada and be like. Oh hey I'm canadian and i would like a passport in a new birth certificate. How fucked is that possible. But he gets it and then he flew to from I think it was from toronto to london. And what he was really trying to do was to rhodesia which i think is modern day like zimbabwe. And we've talked about Roads before he's the guy who had the scholar he did the diamond mines and the gold mines in south africa. Again he also giant racist and And so he was gonna this rhodesia. Was this white minority ruled part of africa. Like there was no longer country but he was like. I'm gonna go there because like i'll be safe there and then i'll wait for george wallace to pardon me so that was his plan. And but you know martin. Luther king junior is dead. And there's a worldwide manhunt for this guy and somehow when he's in london so you get gets from memphis to canada gets all documentation and canada goes from canada to london. They flag his passport. Now he's like kind of co hosting with different people trying to become like a mercenary which is like a paid soldier assassin. So he's like kinda in this underbelly of london trying to get to rhodesia trying to do like all these different things. So his passport gets flagged and they start to like questioned him and he and like even his like his lawyers like. Hey everybody knows your james earl ray not this guy. Ramon george snared. He's like nope. I'm jay. I'm i'm ramon. I'm remote and keeps saying he's like all right well Police are like. Do you have anybody that we could contact about this. And he's like yeah. Why don't you contact my brother. Jerry jerry is jerry ray. It's like his brother. You just gave yourself up you idiot. And so then they take them back and he goes on. He goes on trial not really trial because he pled guilty but he goes before the court and he pleads guilty to and you know to this crime and he had left the bunch of his stuff like i said in memphis because you have to leave in a hurry but in one thousand nine hundred seventy seven. He like he's in prison. He recounted all of his Confessions he's like. I didn't really do that. He's like i was aware that i was going to go down. That guy role was working for the government I helped him get the rifle. He took the shop. And but it's like what israel will look like where israel will. What's his real name. Nobody knows but james earl. Ray insists that it was not him who killed martin luther king and he went to his deathbed. He died in prison from complications from hepatitis. C gross in in nineteen ninety eight. And and but that's what he said he's like. Hey the you know is really people who were government agents. Who took the shot wait. How did they lincoln to it in the first place though because you know how they was like all he flayed right away they know all right. We got this and this guy. It's gotta be him. well he left. Allegedly he left the rifle he left a bunch of stuff In that area like in the in the like on the street basically from where he took the shot so he took the shot from this room across the street from martin. Luther king's at the lorraine hotel in memphis. So he takes the shot and he runs out and he's just like well. I'm just gonna ditch all this stuff. So he had like some personal items that like kinda of put him at the scene Along with the rifle okay. And i don't know if fingerprinting was a thing or not and then you know so he gets all the you have the fake documentation and then you're in london. You're trying to get out of here and there's like there's records of you being in these other places and it looks like yeah. A package was abandoned close to the site that ended a rifle on a benach euler and both found with ray's fingerprints so they did and then he did the thing with his brother where he talked to jerry. And it's like well. You're you have different last name than your brother we. Gotcha okay. So that's the breakdown. James earl ray is. And that's how he got caught. Okay crazy fucking life for that guy. Yeah crazy life. I mean mexican porn. Yup obviously in like there's this guy and you're right because you know millions of pictures of fucking Lee harvey os- more. You know fucking paintings. Shit of john wilkes booth but this picture john james rely i is i could tell you like. I haven't really seen this guy. You haven't really seen this guy and you got your computer open right now and he looks like an evil fucking dude. Yeah like he looks like a big ass. Fucking scumbag racist. Vdi yeah now. Do me a favor google this for me. Okay google lee harvey lee harvey oswald mexico and see what images pull up now. I'm as this. You're gonna want me no. We haven't gotten there yet. Okay all right. I just pulled it up. So there's a picture of leeann. Allegedly a guy who the government has always said was lee harvey harvey oswald in mexico like going to the soviet embassies and stuff doesn't look anything like lee harvey oswald. The government always insisted that was him to me. It looks more like james earl ray. Like he's got a fuller face. There's also allegations. That james earl ray had facial reconstructive surgery so i don't know there's like weird. There's like weird like loose ties like everything going around same time. Sure it's nothing but it's something that popped up in my head okay. So no one's ever officially said that this is just like hey chief get control of your own conspiracy brain here for a second. Yeah but it's just weird like both of those guys. Both of those assassins had dealings with cuba. Both those guys allegedly spent some time in mexico and both had links to political movements. And a you know. They're dishonorably discharged from the military. Like there's a lot of parallels between oswald and james earl ray which i found kind of odd but he dies in in nineteen ninety eight. He's always claimed that he didn't do it. You know from seventy seven ninety eight to twenty one years on the record. I didn't do it. i didn't do it. i didn't do it. And you know who believes them. Many members of martin luther king's family and his inner circle they. They believe him that he did did not do it on his own or didn't do it at all. Wow and they point the finger at the government specifically the fbi and j. edgar hoover holy shit. So here's what we kind of. Flip the switch. Yeah all right so we're going to stop it right there chief as i said tomorrow we're going to get into what people think may have happened and not just The breakdown you gave us right here kind of scary. Say to me some dark days of the fbi exactly so thanks for listening to. That's part one will be back tomorrow with part two.

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Podcast: Ryan Serhant, Selling an Audience Like Serhant

Engagious

14:56 min | 11 months ago

Podcast: Ryan Serhant, Selling an Audience Like Serhant

"People are drawn to honesty. People are draw to you actually like take your guard down. So many people have a guard of your ability to kind of like put out portions of yourself and stories about yourself that other people might be too nervous to talk about or to talk about has worked wonders for me. Welcome to the engages. Podcast where we explore. What makes marketing messages and content. Authentic remarkable and engaging. Hey everyone this is david paul from engages in on this episode. I'm talking with ryan sir. Hand star of the hit tv shows million dollar listing new york and sell it like sir sirhan and one of new york. City's top multimillion dollar real estate agents ryan. I connected through the promotion of his upcoming book. Also titled sell it like sir hat. After some wrangling. We were able to connect at his soho office. As you'll hear from the colorful new york city background noise and car in this wide ranging discussion. We talk about crafting messages for diverse audiences. Adopting content to a changing audience landscape the need for diversification and sales and marketing the value of selling skills regardless of your career and the importance of sheer persistence. In the pursuit of your goals will also be giving away a hundred autographed copies of upcoming book. So be sure to subscribe to this podcast and follow engages on social to be kept up to date. Let's kick off the podcast with ryan talking about the value of knowing how to sell and defining your own niche positive will be the rest of your life so i thought that was really interesting. So the the. I am the one who you're talking about that on the street in seattle. So where does that come from for you. How long have you been using that in your in your vernacular kind of the way. He petitional a time. The success begets success. That was a big thing for me. When i first got into the business and i saw that i was doing rentals when i first started. We really do so. I heard size for two thousand dollars. Clients and koreatown. Why my i there. Until i find three sarah's offer nyu and have errands guaranteed at least in rats. And i started to do those deals. And it's not like i wanted to do but that's sort of what i was doing and i realize that i was kind of the guy who was known for doing two thousand dollars a month brackets here because dead and so two thousand dollars a month broncos got two thousand dollars referrals to friends two thousand dollars a month parents who have problems and talking to somebody. Listen you got to make decisions. I they want to get to broker a million dollar broker attempting kroger and get stay on course like capulet. You're going to be asclepius and the ones who are trying to do both doesn't really work after you so you be the one who's really great at that one. Thank you because people were going to call you for that. Think they're gonna w for that thing because success to get success here so i had to figure out who gets two thousand dollars a the right tools to what your hand i do really in. It's it's a mixture of saying no to certain exit business and leveraging off of other people. So i wanted to be the one who is known for selling the most spectacular residential apartments all newark golden ship Then it kind of turned into new develop business because that's a business in new york even sort of more spots by doing that. You know you a two thousand dollar off. Flight has a one friend that needs that can afford twenty five hundred dollars and so we'll get to that level and then you'd look for twenty six hundred bucks and i would only do in two thousand six hundred dollars a month. That's it everything below. I've got guy. Bill whose brand burger no business and so he would get all leads in class and i had underneath hundred a month. And that was my. That was my twenty six hundred dollars a month me some of those thirty to fifty right now for battling on floor. Desma new floor only do thirty to fifty thirty to fifty miles above five thousand seventy five hundred so on so i wanted something to sell the place at three hanover square financial issue for three hundred thousand dollars. Got that dat moment. I pointed it sales. I would do rentals through my team for best. Blacks only do sales. Because i have no one who only sales things in new york starting at three manhattan and it's slowly but surely the same thing over time to build up build up built up because you want to be known for doing the business is going to make you the most sloppier so then today your times. Raymond be today or going on sunday. We just listed fair gobbo's state on per cabinet for eighteen and that came through something else that we sold at cambridge something else. That'd be shut the that'd be because it consistently scream it from everywhere at one who sells and whether it's real state or whether it's something else through people get nervous they're not diversified enough to well but i don't know any money right and if someone's over here taking here this is this. Have a niche and the niche will build a referral business around you because you created something be great at something and then let that spun out versus being okay at a lot of things that in five years or still just be. Okay today with your Your public figure now and clearly. You've set the floor for you is a lot different than it was back down there today. You are the one who you. What sells the highest residential property in in the us and is the best new development broker in new york city from every business. Also the one who interested in and sell it like her hands is the one who's the historian all thinks sales hasn't already known as you also helps him speaking engagements in building out. You know the celtics in business and doing of stuff like that and then those things together build something bigger that i'll work on the next five years. You just don't order this. Yeah yeah it's really fun yourself selling the fan for coming out as lead swatting twelfth. Seed into weird to be very different as i. Got like a teaser. The grew at six years of kind of doing the same thing here right where we get listed. We do with open out or went. This year is very more very more is he was a lot more like duckie where they just kind of. Follow us a lot more. So this season took nine months to make. And so it's gonna before six to wild and so it's gonna feel much more docu series. You're gonna see a lot more loss a lot more up and down a lot more craziness more like it's gonna feel about visceral than just like packaged us you think. So how do you think that's going gonna play. Think you'll like it better. If he can get bored people the world has changed. Remigio saying i came out and we are filling it out in two thousand ten. People just want people to make marketable. Like if i bought something and the report that they wanna to see being speak conditions and something has changed in the world who a people will change the channel. When we went now people wanna see struggle. People want to see ups and downs. People want to see people that they can relate to the turn on the tv and watch rich people anymore. Our clients come to us. They come with a challenger renamed We need to get this piece of concert. We need to win with this. This message has to connect or the sales presentation has so were overall valve is is really engaging audience right through storytelling through strategic messaging and we use behavioral science and social psychology of the way. We design these messages. So curious for you because you speak to all kinds of says you have to engage audiences on television now print public speaking on your which also family of watch off fight So what are you learned over the years through all different methods of having to communicate with an audience and get people to connect with you can universal truths about engaging people whether it's negotiation like this or. It's a room full of people that you need to quickly win. Over and people people are drawn. Obviously people are drawn to you know you actually like take your guard down because so many people have guard up your ability to put out portions of yourself and stories out yourself that other people might be too nervous to talk about or to marissa talk about who has worked wonders for me and my ability connected people. Get them to trust me. You know like this morning with these little kids k. Through a the first thing. I got up there with was one how many you're born on hospital and they'll racer. Why data is. I was born on a mattress in texas also. My mom took the placenta and buried in the backyard and grew a tree out of it at true still there. And it's brian church right so that kind of break. Yes kids first of all the placenta. Okay this be a different kind of talk just runs. You're just wrong. Solo just do today's ballgame so hamlet falls near out there one day week. Give or take sexual you know. It was actually curious about that. You glow you put it wants to be shoot. 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Eddie Pepitone  Gimme Shelter/Skills for Body, Mind and Spirit

Mental Health Comedy

51:15 min | 5 months ago

Eddie Pepitone Gimme Shelter/Skills for Body, Mind and Spirit

"Okay everybody congratulations for tuning in to the mental health. Comedy podcast with that crasnick and jennifer kalari. Jennifer will be along shortly. This is a show if you haven't heard us before you know that there are deep problems and no you know that we talk about the mental health. We actually practice mental health skills on the show because mental health is a practice and it's never been. It was never taught to me that way i would. My posture would be so much different. I wouldn't have the posture question. Mark i probably have a full head of hair. I'd probably be able to wear pants the different manner but no no. It didn't happen that way. But how lucky am i to work with one of the great child and family therapists and somebody does so much amazing. Work skills books. Anybody who writes a book called. You're ruining my life. Which is a book about. Parenting of teenagers is is number one in my book. You can actually connect with so much media. That's so helpful on connected. Parenting dot com connected. Parenting dot com. That's where my co host jennifer kalari Resides does a lot of work there. She's in residence because it's her organization the mental health comedy podcast so we always have the greatest guests people from the world of entertainment lot comics comedians because nothing that goes better with a breakdown than a delicious comedic performer and there is none other than one of the greats. One of the best people working today and his special for the masses can be seen on amazon prime. Mr eddie pepito returns to the show today and i'm thrilled to have him because nobody is funnier. Nobody's darker and no one is more spiritual so that combination is makes him very rare now today on the show. We're going to talk about a couple of things we're and talk about food and mood the connection between food and mood. We're gonna talk about sustainable mental health. What would that be for you. What would that be for me. I don't know let's talk about it. We're also gonna talk about habits and maybe rest. Which is something. i'm not familiar with. I don't know if you are but it's it's it's kind of a hard thing kind of a challenge now. There are a lot of shows coming to the mental health comedy network. This is a network which connects comedy with Emotional wellbeing but also tries to stay with the times on the street. The times of the shows that are on the streamers so a couple of the shows coming out soon. we'll be stuff awhile the motion. This is a cooking. Show that part fifties beach style movie about a mixed cast of chefs. Who tried to help each other deal with uncomfortable. Motions while pushing down their feelings with diverse mouth-watering bread products. That's how to stuff a while the motion and then another show that i'm looking forward to is is back. Sassan fax sassan centers on a group of scientists who who's fear of anger. Propels him to develop time. Travel superpowers their skill. 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We have been through a lot and continue to go through a lot and your your practice. Some sure you're you're busy night and day talking to people trying to talk them down. Yeah i think this is a time when people really struggling with food the isolation and their feelings. And that's a that's a combination. That's really tough. How do you how do you both let yourself off the hook because it is such a stressful time but at the same time not numb yourself so much with food or stuff yourself so much with food because it's one of the few comforts that you that don't get crazy from all of the stuff that you're putting in your body. Yeah this this is a tough one. And so i wanna break this down for a little bit because food is food is an issue for a lot of people and when you can't go out and you can't do things the way that you did before you know sitting in watching tv and eating and eating is something that people are doing a lot of and it's often an anxiety response. We talk about an emotional eating often. But there's two kind of responses that people have with food if they're anxious so one is not at all which is a problem so people have a lot of anxiety and who were really stressed and they're really worried about the world and they're just always you know their stomach is in knots they don't eat at all so there's a whole bunch of people just aren't eating and then there's people who sued and comfort themselves when they're super anxious they eat more and the more anxious you are the more drawn you are to comfort foods which happened to also be mostly carbohydrates which break down into sugar which create more cravings and. Then you're mad at yourself because your body starts to sort of take over and just the more food you eat like that the more food you want to eat like that. Nothing else tastes good. So then you added getting some self loathing in there. So pardon lewis. So that's a hard one and people you know there's like so that's the people who don't eat and there are a lot of people like this who gets so anxious to the can't eat food is suggest something called the three byte role and it sounds so silly but you really have to understand this basically every hour and a half to two hours. You need to eat three bites of a protein. So if you're a. And i have so many clients just don't eat. They won't eat. They go all day long and not eating. So it's especially three bites as all you need. It just keeps it the your sugar levels obviously meals on top of that but every couple of hours you need to snack a little bed and you have to make sure that it's a protein and that will help your mood and it will help your anxiety. It absolutely does so what happens. It is when you get really hungry is your body. Basically is sending all of these signals. Start to get cranky. Start to get agitated to make up for the fact that you don't have enough energy in your body and the brain is always interested in survival. It just wants you to be okay so to compensate. For the fact that you're hungry and or tired it's gonna make you irritable and snappy and angry and therefore more anxious so featuring zaidi with a protein snack every couple of hours. It's very hard to do the last thing the world people wanna do. Don't eat feed a cold starve. A fever feed your anxiety. Your sang feed your anxiety. First of all pay attention to it right because because there's automatic eating to right. There's unconscious i mean. I used to standing from the refrigerator. When i live by myself i would stand in front of the frigerator for two hours. And i keep the door open with my hip and i would. I would eat. And i'd say that the crasnick family crest is a man and woman polishing off a box of doodads in the dark. We'd eat in the dark standing up and is it okay. You know if you can say to yourself. I need this. I'm going to nourish myself. But i'm going to have a piece of cake right now. I'm going to have something because here standing over the fridge standing there looking at everything. You're not hungry right if you were looking for something else. Yeah you would grab whatever's there like race if you're lounging around in front of the fridge and opening all the cupboards you're you're emotionally eating or you're trying to deal with something emotional. Yeah well that my that's my prerogative. Yep yeah well that's true. That's true that it's my prerogative as an american yes. I'm proud american. Yeah eddie pepe tone. Did i say enough about you. That i say that you also have a show called live from the bunker and that they can find it on instagram live. You didn't do that To that but let me ask jennifer jennifer. I'm vegan me and my wife be so pro protein. You're saying You don't key you know. Have a protein thing Every hour and a half yup at amami at a mom i yep nuts seeds but yes i really relate to that like it is amazing with the carbs that the more i eat the more i want as a matter of fact as you were talking about them i just was visualizing bag that yup but that's a syndrome that's a syndrome. I've heard that here's the thing about that. Yeah the more you eat like the more. That's all the tastes good. And then it's not even out right. Yeah right inside it it just it really creates carving it messes up your insulin level than it just creates it makes right being so your body thinks that you're hungry all the time when you're not but every fiber of you feels like you are so it's not that carbs are bad. It's just you wanna make sure that you're you're not overeating cards that your protein when you can. You also don't want to be eating too much protein but so the people who are super anxious food is medicine. It's a if you're actually eating a balanced diet not in your insulin levels. Aren't going crazy and you're eating a nice amount of protein and feel better. You're gonna be less anxious to you and be happier for people over eat or eat a lot of carbs you. It just makes you hungrier. There's no end to it. You're right all the time. Yes i totally agree with that. Where does the spiritual component come into this really the. Because that's what i i i've also been working on a lot because i you know the eating isn't for me these days it's even though. Yeah i am anxious somewhat. But it's not i don't have my i don't have intense anxiety and i think that eating is it's kinda like you know because of it and there's less to do it's like oh oh god you know it's like well. Yeah but fordham. I always kind of try to analyze. What or the is and it's it's it's it's a spiritual thing. I think it's like boredom. Is this klina resignation. It's kind of a depression. You know and i feel like if i can like consciously be grateful for certain things if i can consciously breathe and connect to like stillness anyway. I just wanted to throw into that. Were not right then. What you're saying is huge right. So so what's the worst thing you want to be thinking about. Well we'll come back to board for a second. But food and spirituality spirituality and eating and spirituality is really important to think of this body that you're in it we just take it for granted. It's awesome stuff that our bodies can do. Every minute from into second is astonishing. And what do we do quality work. You've seen my work. Yeah body is incredible. It's a temple that people visit people visiting the temple price and everybody complains about it all the time they look at look at me at all. Fan hate when the snow looked in the mirror with this is unbelievable. I can't believe him what he could do. My eyes work ears work. I'm standing up stranded muscles just like this is incredible if you actually present in what your body does for you every minute of the day and concentrated on that concentrated on your movement and how how you all the things that your body can do if you focused on that you would literally change things right there right at. How many people do that. How many people actually are grateful that their body works on you. You know you often hear about many people whose bodies don't work who were not able bodied and how they adjust or don't adjust and really when you think about it. I mean look. I can just took a walk on the beach. I'm the luckiest person in the world. Right okay i can complain about all kinds of a truly truly. I'm the luckiest person in the world. And that's why eat. Pray love. I was gonna say eddie and as you get together and just watch that film. But that's it. That's the wolfing right there right. If you walk around on tired all the other when you eat a lot of carbs you feel exhausted you do. It makes you very tired. And it drains your energy. Just ehrman anyone who's listening. Sit down and eat it like a vegan meal of our healthy meal vegetarian meal any any kind of meal without carbs just just just without the heavy heavy heavy stuff and pants you feel after you will actually feel energy. You'll feel lifted up review. Actually concentrate on your body feels. You'll feel a little little zip whereas if you eat something very very heavy and dense you have that we all know that. Feeling when you've had one too many pancakes you know that feeling. It's at heavy like healing. We're tweeted get used to your but that's my gluten gluten free people because i've been gluten free for years and and honest to god. The reason why. I'm gluten. Free is because i would eat an entire box of cereal like day one day to the next day if i was in trouble emotionally i would stuff my feelings with crazy stuff and i had probably bagels and every day in my life and i b. I had so much that i used to date somebody who said you should change your name to bread crasnick and that you have a film of carbohydrate covering your head and you should have a carbohydrate conveyor belt in your kitchen. This is how i became allergic and had developed other food allergies. It's that's another thing if you're a person that eats the same thing every day over and over again it's not good for you. It is not good for you so the buried balanced diet. I mean i i. I don't do it. But i say or the other thing too is when you are in connection with your body and your appreciating your body no matter what it can do. You can always find things that it does well right. If you have pain in your back then think about how. Your knee doesn't hurt. Like actually take your mind and focus on where you do have mobility where you do feel good where you can move. It sounds so ridiculous but this is actually training your brain to feel very differently in different relationship with your body and then then you can have balance and you can eat a bag and so what then you're fine right like this is not about. Like enriches eat listen. It's back to what. I talk about the time lining up with love not fear right if you if you're walking around all day. I shouldn't eat this. Somebody's gonna. i really shouldn't feel guilty. Bill stressed out about eating. Then your brain's is going to register lack and it doesn't understand what's happening just thinks that you're going to be starving. Someone's gonna take all the bread off the planet. You're never gonna eat it again if you walk through. The grocery right can have that. If i want to. I can have that. There's plenty of that at moment to moment. I could have that if i want to. But i'm just going to choose now not to have it. You can even just to not think in terms of lack that that is a huge point lack. Because i think what what happens is that because the brain is so because we oriented selves towards what we don't have so much it's we feel like it's not possible we feel like there is lack and we don't happen and the truth is we have a lot like in terms of in terms of greater world right now. We have a lot word the three of us talking and we have a lot. You know the thing is too is that we live in a consumer risk. Dick mulcher it pivots on convincing us that we need this. We need this. We need that where we're never enough. Correct absolutely yeah. Yeah and when and when you adhere to it and then all of a sudden you know if you watch the social dilemma or you you look at some of the work. That's been done with addiction to phones and addiction to technology. This is the perfect storm. Because because you get all your information through this technology and then all of a sudden you're it's what you what you're lacking is is a connection to the world like we think that that i mean you. You're taught to think that that connects you to the world. It actually disconnects you from the world from the real world Anyway that's my. That's my speech for tonight. I'm ed crasnick. Please see me. I'm at the knights of columbus hall. But anti i wanted to wanted to just ask you so you are somebody who balances really different things. That don't seem to work together. But you balance them so beautifully and that is a tremendous darkness. A tremendous sense of humor. A tremendous stillness and spirituality and awareness. And you're somebody who you told me that when you wake up. It looks like there was a murder scene there. How do you balance all that. How how does all of that coexist will you give me too much credit. Because i i don't have an easy time with it at all. I find that Meditation part is hard for me to do these days. One rule i've given myself. That has really helped me is. I will not look at any media for the first two hours on up. And i just and here to it and it's really helped me because when this pandemic when this pandemic i hit i was reading the new york times. I was dwelling on cnn. Because there's an addiction to at least for a catastrophe to disaster you know it's like oh my god. This is so exciting. We're all gonna or you know. I bought into again. You know the consumer is culture is also news. It's like consume you have to wa- breaking news is designed right to hook you in. It's designed to win. Oh my god. I got here this. What's breaking and you realize what's breaking is what's gonna break the on. That's right that's right constantly breaking constantly breaking and i'll you know i'll tell you it's it's we forget that these things are. There's something there tools but they're not something to run you. They're not something to run your life. It's a tool the computer as a tool. The phone is a tool that you get the news to know what's going on but it's not a way of life it's not a way of living people actually believe and this is what's wrong. People actually believe what they read on. Facebook is news ago. The new could be on in the morning. Maybe midday dinner in the evening and then rest of the time there wasn't and maybe a paper right but it's on constantly twenty four hours a day now feeding. Yeah that's funny. Because i remember when yeah it was like oh. It's the six o'clock news then. The next time was eleven. Yeah you know your life right cease. Cnn came in and they may twenty four hour news and that was it and they found out that news could actually make money. Fear makes money then relies news right like like. They realized that we talked about earlier. the divisiveness of the country. You know and that is such a product of the news like you know. Fox blames the The them's and you know. Cnn and msnbc blame the republicans. And it's like yeah. It's a blame game and it's like you know anyway. It's just not necessarily but you know it's so interesting and people don't realize this if you actually had the real news on like what was actually happening moment to moment in people's lives it would be good news. Good news good news. Somebody help somebody. Somebody gives up their parking spots. But he's nice. Somebody getting up to neighbor bad news right and then a bunch of good news is actually a blip. Your actual day goes with your own eyes. Do you see neighbors helping each other. There are people getting along people paying attention to signals. Like you would not know from watching the news. The news is not an accurate representation of reality. It's not just think. And if you and then once you get this once you ingest this stuff if you do unplug and you get away from it like you're saying eddie for a couple hours in the morning aren't you realize that you realize that you're so much bigger than the media that surrounds you. You're so much bigger and he'd you also get night before bed. You're not watching the news before bed to you. know what. Maybe i need to do that. Because i tend to kinda do more computer browsing at nine in the evening. Yeah at least an hour before bed. You can do something else. Just don't watch the news the to sleep emotional vibration set your body the channel. When you close your eyes. I don't want i don't watch the news i got in kinda into you. Know i subscribe to new york times in a look at a an update on krona. An update on you know trump. You know what. I mean like stuff right how you sleep in hike up. You've got the wakeup part how you go to sleep in how you wake up really sets for your day. I didn't really does the other thing. I wanna news and obviously you need have some news. It's always about balance right in the middle but the news cycle because it's being started here bring so then they were mimics. How the brain handles fierce thing about this for a second. Let's selena saving. I got an ache. I've had it for a couple of days. I think i'll go to the internet and find out what's wrong and then i'll find a piece of news that will make me feel better about this pain in my side or whatever it is okay so you go on the internet normal how that turns out it's awful and you find all these hideous things you could have then you feel anxious. Oh my god. I can't deal with things. I'm going to go look again. Maybe i'll find something else that might we feel better and the more you looked like something that makes you feel better. The more you find things that are not gonna make you feel better. That's exactly what happens in our heads when we worry. We worry on a loop right you think about something about it. You don't think for second in the loop runs again. No no no you should be thinking about something else. You should be worrying and you end up in this crazy loop and the news is on a loop. It's the same stuff all it so true. Yeah and that is really what caused you know. What's what's aided. The divide is the demonization of people. The separating of people use separate people. Say well you if you vote this way you have to be this and he wrote that way you have to be that that's when people stop talking and that's when you have reactivity that's when you have a divide so that's why i moved to norway. I always keep a go bag ready our way you get a little go back together. You put some protein in there and get you know just so you know. Yeah that's what i do and eddie said this before. It's very funny in your in your show but the idea that we've become so desensitized to tragedy into what what real You know what's really going on that you can be eating a snack while you're watching a beheading. It's and it's like what is going on here. I'll be heading is actually funnier. But i it's like Like i've actually looked at hurricanes and entertainment. Do you know what i mean. The way it's broadcast on the news like i'm You know at is gonna make downfall. I mean gonna make landfall you know and it's like oh my god this is going on. Oh my god. I think it's over-stimulation is another way to put it in has to adrenaline radio at a minimum almost like an addiction so a drawing in is a stimulant like works. The same way adderall. And vince works. It stimulates the low below the part of the brain. That plans and organizes and inhibits and motivates so it it actually is a stimulant Becomes how we regulate kids do this all the time by fighting with their siblings and bugging their siblings and or you know starting up with their parents they want they want this blast of adrenalin which brings the brain into balance. That's what we're doing when we're looking at horror movies scary show or no check in the news for the latest. you know. Catastrophe were using that adrenalin to regulate wall. How do we do that naturally. How we get in balanced naturally than without that. That's so that's a good point. So there's i mean there's some really fun ways to do it. That's what sports are for right. That's what playing cards amex cards and games. Humans love that stuff that we were in competition. We're having fun. That's why kids wrestle with each other and there's lots of lovely ways to get and there's nothing wrong with watching those things. Just don't watch it all day long right. Just just make sure that you have a lower meant for it and then you have other ways and i was just gonna say that the truth is in a win we are adrenaline which is also video games. Swipe people play games on their phones. Were looking for that constant steady hit of adrenaline for dopamine dopamine is a hormone that give kinda of and it's actually designed to reward us for doing something really boring like building a house or shelter or fishing or hunting like something that takes a really long time and a lot of concentration so when you finally get that thing at a blast of adrenaline him. That's what the reward is for rights. You get excited by this thing. You just did. And then because it was so boring and hard you remember the really good feeling which makes you wanna do it again but with the media and video games and snapchat instant little gratification. Things you could gambling. Everything is like this food is also like this. You get that sort of Rush from it and then the thing about the thing that dopamine actually do need more of that thing to get the same thrill that you got the last time sugar is a perfect example of needing more to get the same. Feeling that you've got last time so then you're out of balance. I really wanna something happened. I was in san diego's at a place called moonlight beach which is a very beautiful place and there was a snack bar there. And you know you're at the beach you'd think it's a snack bar. It will be in the snack bar. Nothing good nothing nutritious for sure. Nothing supposed to be nutritious there so i have one of these hawaiian ice things and i started talking to the guy behind. The cash register. turns out. The guy is a natural path. He's a doctor and what he does. Is he specializes in creating nutritious meals and food for the entire community at this snack bar and he has a company called. It's called pure nutrition dot com and he is going to be in new sponsor this show and it is. it's unbelievable. This guy has the patent on all of these kinds of things that are nutritionally based but that help kids with nutrition and third world countries. That help kids in communities in schools even professional Athletics and it's very interesting and he has. He has such a consciousness about helping people. In about giving back. Dr mike down there at akwa pure nutrition dot com. They have sandwiches they have vitamins. They have jelly beans. That are made for kids. But that have amino acids in them and then have different things to help. Their their development helped their brain development. It's really interesting. What he's doing down there whole world but you would never you would never know it. I mean you're tasting the food and you're like this is amazing. What is this he said. Well it's not gatorade. It's a natural drink that i've created like what the hell gonna tell you anything about those guys. I don't like them drag. You think he's up to something. Yeah what's he. What's he trying to pull is your whole angle on. Yeah but i. But i honestly got i would say go to akwa pure nutrition dot com. Check out what they're doing. And if you're in san the happened to be at moonlight beach go visit the cafe. Orrin oceanside go visit the nappy. Go down to talk to mike. Talk to dr mike at at moonlight beach and you will not believe how amazing these things. And they're all homemade. They're all made aren't they. And and we said you know mixed nutrition varied diet. it's the same with mental nutrition right so awareness and doing different things at different times for yourself you know whether it's the breathing or whether it's the exercising and or whether it's just being aware of something and just noticing a thought and letting it go letting it go through. This is a constant thing that that you know anybody can learn anybody can practice. It's challenging to do but just to shout it out just to call it out is enough sometimes just to call it out by the way one of the big likes spiritual things that that i'm realizing that theme and all these spiritual masters me addiction. We have our ultimate addiction is to talks like thinking is the enemy But it's like what we need to do. Is you know not go down the rabbit hole of our thoughts and you know we could turn on the tv and what we're doing is going down the rabbit hole. Whatever television that thought of that like if it's the news you know and they're talking about trump not conceding then we go down that rabbit hole with them. What's gonna happen when trump doesn't get big. You know what i mean. But but but in general thoughts are well for someone like me. They're never that good. It's my thought caro- is about. Oh this is not going to work out. I'm gonna be homeless very soon. You know what i mean like like ron and on those people do that honestly we do. The what i'm reading lately. Is that we to go beyond thoughts. The which means to get in touch with our bodies and our emotions. And just kinda witnessed. That's the word they use all the time. It's witness our thoughts now. This is really difficult because our identities are so intertwined with our thoughts. But it's not who we really are. And this is the kind of path. I've been going down with spirituality. This is this is this is huge. It's not even at the thought it's what you think about. Your adult is a mirror of what you are focusing on you. Men defy whatever you absolutely focus on. What's wrong and you what's going to go wrong. Your body then becomes addiction addicted to it's a whole psycho neurobiology but if you learn to just take a second and maybe just maybe for fifteen seconds or able to think about something neutral or something else and i'm gonna bring grabs you and you start thinking about negative things again and you just constantly this until you find that most of the day you're actually thinking about neutral things or positive things you will change your body chemistry. You will change. Anna's not even positive just neutral even knew general yup. Yup it's like. Have you ever heard of a guy named david hawkins. No no okay here. Well yeah. I think so. He's got. He's got several books but one of them is called. Letting go. And i recommend that one. His whole thing is like just constantly surrender. And ed you were talking about allergies you know to bradtha whatever and Like he makes the case that you know it's all it's if we think you know things are bad they're going to be back for you know like it's all about the focus of the mind. It's like it's like he talks. About how amazing the body is wow As long as you get your your rain out of the way but you know because of the negative thinking. It's like just surrender. Your you're thinking just surrender it. You just go. I you just let it go. I mean that's why the book is called. let it go. you just go okay. That's what they passed like. Yeah yeah that's a really really identify with them. Yeah and you may and you make meaning out of it. If i think this it has meaning like i i miss kind of person or that kind of person. A good person bad person. I'm not enough of a person. The but i think you said something really important to eddie. Which is the idea that you are separate from other people right away. The the idea that that your identification is that. I'm this this way and other people are that way. We're all the same. We're all anytime you get a separate message. You know it's a lie you know. It's not the truth. That's why being lied to as a country. It's just not true that there are these people and those people. It's just not true that it's only red and blue. They're human beings who forgot that you know that we're we're all human beings we all are the same and are not separate. We're not separate right about non which is a big thing in the spiritual work. I i've been reading do any talking about a being state to people. You know the feeling of actually being for a second whether it's breathing or something like that not doing but actually sitting and just being not doing anything and having that sensation is a wonderful you know even if for a second if you can feel it for a second you can feel it for for life after remember. That feelings are information and more information. Your brain doesn't like that it's going to really send the information and if you didn't listen to it this way resent in another way right through the more you weren't away from your feelings the more your your brain is just gonna keep sending them so i love what eddie saying literally turn feel it. Sit in like re surrender to it a little bit. Just just be in that space for a bit. Just think of it as waves on the beach or being on a trampoline when you go down you're going to go up and that contrast is so important you wouldn't have happiness without it rape. What would happen dark moments and we think this is how it is. It's never going to change. It's going to be this way forever. No it's not like. I mean you might go through something but it will end as long as you're looking at it and people go through terrible terrible things and come out and learners and come out stronger than human beings are unbelievably resilient they really are. And we're not the thinker of our thoughts. That's what most people don't realize. You are not your thoughts so the second word self thinking you observe yourself feeling you become something else right so surrendering Letting go and then go neutral. Find some focus on just and even if he could do it for few seconds. If you're bring pulls you back to the negative okay then fight again. A few seconds later put up little fight and watch how quickly your brain will create neural pathways. The support you. That's what everyone to understand. You are the architect for your own brain and you know what you think about and what you focus on you can direct your brain and it can go in many different directions. Not just one direction. It's not automatic. No willpower right. And but after a while it becomes more and more natural just like learning any still. This is a scale and i you know if you want to get better at this one of the things you can try which seems completely unrelated. But it's great is when you're going to sleep at night pick a place that makes you feel comfortable. Don't replace that you have any negative feelings round place. You're quite familiar with could be childhood. Your grandparents home or childhood home doesn't matter and wander through it just wonderfully new mind in your mind ruin your mind. Open the drawers. You'll first of all you'll be blown away at how much your brain can actually remember. But second the real thing you're doing is you're actually creating neural pathways to take your brain where you want it to go. Its practices for your brain right. And you suddenly realize oh. I forgot where i was. What was i. I started thinking about something. I was in the kitchen looking through my childhood hitchin and then back can go in and you can use different spaces practice. Build the neuro pound control where your mind goes and you will find that you get better and better at it and that when you get better at that suddenly you really need it when you wanna stop worrying. Guess what. it's not just little more. You actually have hardware to back it up. That actually is a great thing to do. Great thing to do it just before you go to bed to imagine just use the power of imagination also how you can use the technology to because like for instance. I have a A beautiful dvd of flowers in the seminar desert where to it is just gorgeous. They take you through the seasons and how different changes boy. That is true. Like a lovely place to go. You know what i mean and you're at yeah absolutely do that in your hat. We both it. Isn't it amazing that even with technology like you say it's so surprising like cbs sunday morning. The show they have a moment of silence where they take you to a nature. They take you. They take you to an amazing place in america and it's always in nature and they have nothing but the sound of what's going on there whether it's an ocean or brook or a place or of a forest it stays on for one minute and i swear to god that one minute can cleanse your whole day that one minute they should. I mean four hours seriously seriously. It's amazing that this comes through technology but it gives you the same feeling it gives you the and now you can have in your night. You can have it in. Your head is both. You can use the visual to calm down but the practice of doing that before you go to sleep in your own mind. Wander through a field of flowers. It sounds so silly and corny but first of all you can't tell the difference it cannot your mid brain does not know the difference between actually being there in imagining it. There is no different from and if you take your your awareness there your consciousness there. You're practicing the skill of directing your thoughts. Which is a good skill to have the. This is so important. Anybody you know. And i'm gonna. I'm gonna actually practice this today. I'm also thinking of starting a whole string of emotional escape rooms. There scanner room emotional escape rooms. It's like oh there's somebody this something you don't wanna face by that door. Here's a clue because people escape rooms and they love paintball so if we can put the motions to it. Maybe maybe it'll be a good thing you want to open up with. Yeti will open while. yeah. I was also thinking As far as paintball just matisse Water lily painful. And you know it doesn't draw the same crowd but not as competitive but it's good you impressionist painting a you actually have elements of it now. Of course those. Painters struggled a lot with their feelings. But but that's for another showed another time. I just think what we're talking about. You know you know surrendering and kind of You know being the master of your own thoughts with that kind of practice is so so important to mental health and it actually is something. That isn't talked about a lot because it's anti-aesthetic capitalist consumer as Paradigm you know. We'll that's right this is. This is the kind of stuff that can be practised and really needs to be taught. If you're teaching kids this so they grow up knowing this. I mean how unbelievable our. Yeah i don't. I've never had kids. But i thought kids are just naturally like row yet and kids are naturally go to those space but they learn they learn that gets learned out of them right like i work with kids all the time i mean that's primarily what i do l. parent but also to help with teach these skills to their kids and children are natural experimenter's and there they have beautiful imaginations the they have no problem right. They're really good at that that that they actually lose that later on in childhood. But we have bells. And you've got to do this. And you gotta sit still and you have isn't wrong with that you have to learn how to function in the world. But when they're always on screenings and they're not in their imaginations playing that's a really important skill that children are losing and it's critical but norton i love about. This is teaching kids at their the architect of their brain. That you can design your brain by what you're thinking about that. There's so much power in that now. The thing that i do want to say this people listening that have like horrendous anxiety like cr- you can get so bad sometimes. Are you kidding me. I'm not going to think about my house. When i'm you know like i can't breathe right so you're always moments really all you can do. Is you know you can do your breathing rate. Drop your tongue. Just try to breathe. Tell yourself it'll be over soon if you have loved ones. They can just kind of soothe you. Gravity blanket a blanket. Grab that the stuff that we're talking about is when you're not in full fighter flight right when you're when you're having a panic attack you can't think about except you know right. Yeah that's comical. Someone right in in a major panic attack and you just yell at them will go in your fucking grandmother's house in work but the rest of the time. This is what you do. And then the next time you have a panic attack long you're gonna recoup Recover from it much faster and and there's nothing wrong with medication. It can be extremely helpful in your journey early. L. it's really. It's it's it gives you air right but but i want people to hear the so much hope in this. You can do this. it's it's slow going. It really is but you wouldn't go to the gym and do one sit up and be mad that you don't have ads like are like everything else is the practice. It's a practice on the time to do. It is not when you're in panic the time to do it is when you wake up in the morning. The time to do it is during the day the time to do it is before you go to bed time to do it as any time. And it doesn't have to be for fifty minutes it can be for fourteen seconds. It's the consciousness that you're choosing to do this. Yeah turns your brain or you can turn your brain around. And i would say if there's one thing that this the theme of this whole show really is encourage imagination encourage imagination in yourselves and others and then watch cnn and then you know go have a protein and then go to go. Do go do other things. You can do all kinds of things encouraging imagination as a tool to deal with your own. Mental health is like come on. And i really know who else. I'm sure people do. But it's not certainly in the mental health community. That's not something you hear. Like when i work with my clients one on one work with kids one on one who have phobias are kinds of anxiety. I don't do any physical strategies. I we do it all in the imagination. I that's it. We do in internally i and then when it's time to among the strategies in real life it's easier no i it really is klina. You know slowly like jennifer was saying Getting healthier and more balanced by realizing that so much of our on happiness or anxiety or depression is because of all these unconscious desires. And you know brain activity. You know uncon- the way we've been wired you know and the way the culture likes to have us wired so we consume and i you know the end. The answer is never gonna come from the outside. I mean obviously we have to have basic but the truth is why do you think every archetype every story every movie the wizard. What's the answer always. It's always in you right every archetype. No it as human beings but we forget and we're told that we need an outside source. We need to buy something. We need to drink something. We need to go somewhere. We need to know all this stuff but really it does come from the inside and now there are people going through some real struggles right now and that's not going to help. People lost their job. But the truth is that's that's all you really have writing. You have to find happiness in whatever moment you have to realize you have to be present in the now and that that's where it comes from if you're anxious you're living in the future if you're depressed you're living asked so take your is all about right now and and when you asked that when you ask the question of what's going on right now it's a tremendous relief because all of the things that we're worried about are not happening right now. Usually in this moment. I'm talking about moment. Are it will pass. Like eddie said if you want to see something really funny if you wanna see funny stand up like truly funny standup. You watch eddie. Pepe tone for the masses on amazon prime. I mean i'm a stand up comic. i'm of course we're friends. But i watched it as view of. You're and i laughed my ass off. I just thought it was so good and it was such a pleasure to laugh. I didn't really know what laughing was. And i thought there was something wrong with me and i call the doctor but he said no. It's okay to just watch the show. And so i watched it and It's great eddie eddie. As a master stand up so watch for the masses on amazon prime and tune into the bunk live from the bunker. Which i believe is at ease tuesdays and thursdays. Yeah tuesday and thursday Four pm pacific from us right. I call it. I call it. Ptsd ptsd life in the bunker. And that's on instagram. Live this great conversation. I really appreciate it. I thank said he for for coming on and for being who you are. It's such a pleasure. Alright eddie eddie jennifer. Thank you a pleasure eddie. Keep coming back at work. At crasnick for jennifer kalari for eddie pepe town. We will see you next time. Thanks for tuning it take care.

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The Trillion Dollar Man with JB | Dan Pena (Part 2)

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The Trillion Dollar Man with JB | Dan Pena (Part 2)

"Logan Logan Logan would kick your ass. I think you're running running a fucking fantastic wave. How could you not make some mistakes? Along the way thing. How can you be for small government and then have the government dictator in your personal life? You idiots completely we we wrong you just wake up. I was walking down. The hallway like a dotted bowl with a needle. Stick that MIS coming to five steps to like to the point where you would say. I want this guy in in my life. I WANNA help this guy. Hey Jordan Belfort the wolf of Wall Street and I am back once again in don new vastly improved wolves. Then where once each week. You can get anything you could ever want. Out of a success oriented business oriented and of course sales-oriented. We did an times laugh out loud funny and irreverent. PODCAST is always with this new format begin. Each episode with twenty to thirty. Minute didn't ran for topic I discuss here could be anything and then at that. I bring on guests now last night. We had Dan tenor. which was such an amazing podcast? It was my all time best performing podcast. Not a shock because he's an awesome guy and really interesting but we did so much talk back and forth just just just on and on how to divide up into a part one part two so what you're going to get after this is part. Two of the Dan Penn podcast and the topics are just incredible. But I WANNA start thought here by talking about a couple things. I want to focus in on two things that Dan I discuss in this part two and one is this comment. Dan is very famous for which is about you know. Show me your friends and I'll show you your life what your life is like basically nose you are who you so state with right so this is something something I've said again and again it starts with this thing that your mother probably Dole Jura father growing up he goes. He'll know if you lie down with dogs you'll wake wake up with fleas right like it's true you are who you associate with. Your Peer Group is going to be responsible responsible for not only setting your standards in life meaning like you know what you aspire to what you believe you must have all your friends. All wildly wildly successful all making a ton of money will then guess what. The chances are already really high that you're gonNA say well Shit. That's what I need to feel. Oh good about myself and you're gonNA aspire to that same level of success and moneymaking if your friends are a bunch of frigging couch potatoes okay. We're spying to nothing bellies scraping by then. He's very likely that you're standing for you. And your own life will be looking at all. I feel okay just scraping by and at the end. Never never forget this right and I don't ever heard this analogy before but your standards are really very much like thermostat so imagine in a house And you have the boiler downstairs and you have the thermostat right in each room. And the Thermostat is what sh tells the boiler boiler whether or not kick on and generate heat so in other words if you set the thermostat. Let's say seventy two degrees. That's how hot you want through McCullough room temperature in Fahrenheit those even sent me twenty eight whatever's eighteen to twenty right but either way you set it for seventy two degrees he's Fahrenheit if the temperature in that room drops below seventy two. It sends a message impulse to the boil. Turn on on and then sends heat into that room. If the room heats up above seventy two goes to seventy three a message acids get sent to the boil up. It's hot enough turn off. You get it so this is very much exactly how things work when it comes success. You're Thermostat is your standard. This is the the number the amount of money that in your heart art and in your mind you say this is how much I have to make to feel comfortable room temperature to be comfortable right. You're not too hot. Which means you're making too much money you're not to call? which was you're not making enough money? You're at room temperature. That's your set point. And as you start to succeed Eden Life and you start making more money with greater ease like for example. One of the things that I saw with the straight lines is the my sales training is is that when I train people and taught them to become expert closes naturally they just making more money comes easier to make money. You have a skill. That's very powerful. And that could put a lot of money in your pocket but if your standard is to make one hundred hundred thousand dollars a year whatever that number might be and all of a sudden. The sales training allows you to make two hundred thousand guess. What no you won't do it? You'll actually work less. Wow I could actually use sales training now and I can make a hundred grand and not worth as much so you won't worked forty hours to make one hundred grand and now you can make it in twenty. You've raised doctors as Oh damn work forty hours and make toys you know you'll work half avarice much and you relax because that set point that standard. That's the number that your brain is telling you. This is where I belong. This is where I feel good. This is my point where okay everything is as it. It should be. Think about it if you're hanging out with a bunch of worthless fucking losers who make Shit for money who sit there and have low standards when it comes to succeeding there. Okay living paycheck to paycheck. Guess what is a ninety nine percent chance you will eventually adopt and settle at that same standard your will because it's like monkey see monkey do social pressure peer pressure the Fricken Echo Chamber of social media. What you see you post? What is okay if your friends your peer group or a bunch launch worthless loses? That's what's going to end up happening to you. The most sure fire way to raise your standards is to surround yourself with people with very high financial standards to same adage when you're looking to invest in real estate the best investment typically and again agenda's always accepted as typically the best investments rather by the smallest house the least expensive home on the most expensive block because all the other surrounding houses bring up the value of your house conversely you buy the biggest most ostentatious mansion in the worst part of town. I can promise you this five years down the road if you look at those two investments the person that invested in the house in the great neighbouring smallest the house. They're gonNA make a lot more money on their money that they put down versus the person that built the ostentatious mansion in the poorest part of town there's an up scaling and uplifting of value that inures to your home to your life to you when it comes to your own personal standard for money and success when when you surround yourself you putting yourself amongst appear group of very successful very driven people you after at a certain point. I don't care how old you are. You gotta take a good look around who the fuck of my associating with people who have really really low morality like low moral standards. Guess what you'll become low. You'll you'll be amoral. You'll adopt those same low moral standards if you hang around people people who are typically very religious oriented chances are you will adopt those beliefs and those and those standards. That's how human beings are. We're we're we survive best impure groups and we take our social cues from that accordingly. So when I I had these kids came to work for me back in the day in Stratton and they walked in from disempowered backgrounds feeling disempowered financially. I knew that unless I raised their standards unless I literally had them rethink what was okay. They would use the training. I gave them in sales and simply not workers haw and make the same amount of money because that was their set point. You'RE GONNA raise your fricken set point. That's the bottom line. If you WANNA live in empowered life you wanna live a great first class life. Great family great partner. Great House great vacation seeing being the greatest things eating the best food. Drive the nicest. 'cause you gotta raise your fucking standards. You can't have beer standards and a champagne vision for your future doesn't work. You know we call those people that people that have those all a great vision for the future all my God. It's so bold and bright. I'm going to be rich. I'll be famous. I'm GonNa Lakes which money but they're not actually willing to do the fucking work. They have a beer standard couch potato. Standard Champagne vision. Recall those hapless dreamers. They dream and they talk but never followed through. They don't walk their talk on the other hand. What we often find is people especially I see this a lot because a lot of the people who come to me when I do live events? They have very high standards. That's why they're they're they're there because they WANNA make money. They're willing to do the work they'll put as much effort as they can and many are succeeding. They're actually doing okay. But they feel like they're lacking that spark that special something they don't jump out of bed each morning. They pay their bills. They have a little limit on the credit card left. They can maybe take vacation but they don't feel fully alive and that's the opposite situation. That's when you have a very high champagne standard but a beer vision. You don't know really where you WANNA go in life. You haven't fully developed a what I call a fully integrated rated vision for your future. Meaning where do you see yourself in five years from now and why does it matter to you. Teach down of just to say okay. I could imagine that five years. This is how I want my life to look. I want this house. I want this career career. I want the travel this way one of family. I WanNa live like this help. WanNa give back in this way. That's your vision for the future right. And that's the target that you aim for him without that vision typically people feel very uninspired and they feel as something missing. What's it all full? Why my work is making taking money? But they they don't feel that pop out of bed each morning and sees life right. which sucks the good news is easy to fix? You develop a a fully integrated vision for the future and when I say integrated what I mean by that as part of that vision has to include your y y does success matter to you. What are you going to do? What will you accomplish? Because here's the deal. If you ask the average person will why do you WanNa be that successful. Why do you love money? I WANNA Ferrari. I want a big not a why. That's not your wife. Let me give you a hint here when it comes to your Y as a human being. Here's the secret we will always do. More will always always work harder for someone else that we truly love unconditionally. Over 'cause that we believe in then we would do for ourselves case in point if there was a wall of fire there and I had a run through this wall of fire to escape the burning building right. I probably for second shit is fucking hot. I I go and I baby hallways or any other jump out. No I probably has eventually run through for his dream. That and burning but what if there was this wall fire and I knew my children on the other side of that fire and I was the only person that can go and get through that wall and rescue them and shield them and get them out alive live. What would you do for your children? If you have any think about that you wouldn't hesitate. I would not even as they. I'd run through died to save my children. 'cause we'll always do something more for someone that we love the story I tell about this as people say to me. How did did you take the time when you in jail an actually get stronger? Like how'd you rebuild your life. I learned to right when I was in jail. That's when I did the work and taught myself to write and I gotTa tell you it wasn't easy and and being in jail sucks. It wasn't in the worst jail getting taken it up. The butthole wasn't like that I didn't get the bend over in the shower right. Wasn't that bad Edberg jail socks and jails jail right separate from your family your like basically the loser of society writ the losers who lost the game of life temporarily many people people. Don't recover from that people. Say How did you not only recover but you actually wrote this book or taught yourself to write in jail. How are we able to break through that negativity activity because it was there I will not deny at? They will many nights when I was alone. My thoughts in my bunk and and I just felt like I couldn't go on and here's my secret when I felt like I couldn't go on when it was those worst. Tonight's of all I would close my eyes and I'd imagined the faces of Bhai two children that was it. That was my my wife. I wanted to come back and I wanted to make them proud. That was my wi. I will do anything anything to show my children dad yet. Zad made a mistake but he could do it right to and be even better bigger than before the power that I was able to drop the personal power that I drew from. That was what allowed me to overcome every barrier an an obstacle that stood in my way while I was in prison not even having a computer to write with no courses to take the negative being in jail having your freedom taken from you and I knew I deserved it because I made mistakes yet. The power the personal power. Four of the unconditional love for my children was more potent than everything else combined and that was my secret put that was house able to take that terrible situation and turn it into the Comeback Story of the century. So what's the lesson for. You will my question. Is this number one. Do you have a vision for your future. Do you really know where you WANNA go. Is it bulbs bright when you read that vision. Write it down out. You have to write it down a detailed vision. That's your target. And why does it matter to you. And it's not going to be for money it's not gonna be for fame or glory it's GonNa be about either someone or some people that you believe in loved death and you're doing it for them 'cause you WanNa better their life could be societies huckabee a cause. But it's not going to be selfish old you. That's not way. Your greatest personal power lies your greatest personal Powell leising giving back dogs. I promise you that once you make this shift this distinction you will find align yourself literally jumping out of bed each morning and when you combine that with really high personal status meaning make sure that your standards standards are not those beer couch potato like status you put those things in place and you possess the skills success. You can't help but get rich. He just can't fucking help. It was your brain and your body. Won't allow it in the movie Jerry Maguire or my favorite scenes that they talk about. Like you know the Kwan Ryan. Cuba gooding plays that Rod tilt was his name in the movie right and that saying that he wants to Quan and Jerry Maguire. What's the Kwan's Tom Cruise? Here's the quad. You know. The Best of everything is the money. It's the connection to love the power the community everything and the money to. It's not just money. Success at the highest levels about giving giving back it's about community it's about connection contribution everything that's the Quan. You Never GonNa get that. He never going to have that. Unless you know exactly where you WanNa go in like you must have a vision for your future. That's your target and then you have these other goals that this is different goals. See the goals that you set are the stopping points along the way all your goals rules are there for is to tell you whether or not you're heading in the right direction or the wrong direction to your vision for the future so you set a a goal and then you put bait on that goal that goes got a date a beginning point and points of finite tangible goal and then you take action towards stack goal. And when you're setting your goals correctly very often you won't actually hit your goal because you wanNA stretch. It's not important. You actually hit your goal. All your goals assigned post along the way towards that vision I asked you you set your goals. I want you to stretch meaning meaning. Don't set your goals as average conversely you don't WanNA set your goals so outlandishly high next year. I want to make more money than Jeff. Bezos your brain will call bullshit on that. That's not possible really. It's just not you're not going to be worth one hundred fifty billion next year or something around there so if you come all I wanna WanNa be I wanna be the general in the army. That's my yours fuck. y'All it's nice to wish it's not a goal but then again if you're making a hundred grand your goals make one hundred and fifteen grand. There's no power in that because here's the truth. At the end ended the day with stops ninety. Nine percent of people from achieving in life is not they set their goals too high and they miss them. That is not what stops people from. I'm living awesome lives. It's not. They set their goals too high and the problem is they set their goals too low and they do hit them because the enemy of greatness is not terribleness the enemy of greatest average and hence. That's my famous quote average. Sucks I want you to wipe this idea of average out of your fucking brain. Average sucks sucks. There's no power in average there's no glory there's no love there's no connection. There's no qualm that's not. Their average is not life. You want to be extraordinary. You WANNA burn bright. You WanNa be a force everywhere you go a light that Burns right that gives energy back alight when you walk into every room. The enemy of great is good average. An average bridge fucking sucks the man about to bring on the pot too. If you haven't seen one you should watch it first. But either way the man about the ring on is the probably I think. The most ardent proponent of this very thing that average sucks that you can't hang out with average people and expect to be extraordinary. Those people have to be dropped like bad fucking habits. That's why despise week week people snowflakes and I I mean I mean weak minded people. snowflakes people need safe spaces. I don't want these people they discussed is to be. They fucking disgust me because those people will make you think you need the same and you. Don't you're tougher than that. You're more resilient than that you become into impervious to the judgment of others. He needs to become impervious to the criticism system of others. We live in a world. Where if you do anything decent in this world there'll be a million haters on your back trying to bring you down? Because misery loves company negatively loves company. And I promise you all those trollers the ones that troll on me and hate on me or he didn't anyone anyone other successful really public people out there that broke that losers. They've terrible lives the gross in disgusting and should be avoided at all costs now. Ironically I make a lot of money from those people because Wendell's aiders common hate on me my my real fans the ones who help who I help. And who loved me. And there's millions of them they attack and destroy those people and let them know what worthless bugs they really are. You're but if you ever find yourself needing to hate on someone else the first place you look in the fucking mirror. There's something wrong. He needs to do self examination. They're all of us. Have Glass houses. Yeah I made some big mistakes and helped. Tens of millions of people to none of us are perfect. We all have glass houses and if you think you can succeed by hating on someone else. You're in for a very very rude awakening my friend. There's no success in that there's no investment and there's no happiness in that is only a temporary abatement from the massive passive misery that you're feeling when you're doing that because you're hating on. So what else you got a lot of pain yourself so think about that next time and you you know what the great thing is. You can make a shift like that. You can stop being a hater. Start being a person that promotes success that promotes advancement instrument that helps other people lifts others up around. If you don't have anything nice to say keep it to your fucking self on. That's my belief online bottom line and the person to bring on right now is going to crystallize this probably even higher level because this is the core belief here about who you hang out with about. What's going on these days with the Echo Chambers online where you have conservative liberals on the other and the social media companies only show you what they think you want to hear so you end up with these skewed versions of reality where if you're a liberal you're seeing ultra liberal and more ultra before you don't fucking radical liberal and if you're a conservative you're radical conservative yet truth? Is that most people in this country a somewhere in the middle with centrists like I'm fiscally conservative and socially liberal. I don't care who you fuck. I don't care what you do to yourself still hurt me. I don't care who you marry. I don't care. Have you believe in Guy. That's your choices human. I mean think about how could we live in a country where you know. The government is your liberty and the pursuit okay. Fair enough of his liberty. Then get the fuck outta out of my life. The government should not be telling us what we do with our bodies what we do with our lives. We're not hurting other people. That's my belief. Now many people disagreement. And that's okay. I don't judge them. I'm friends with them when I can't take is these liberal retards now and I'll say that always always he's like that word. Oh No yeah. I said it. Fuck instead of liberal retailers right now who've lost a collective mental nut who like their day they are the fascist putting hate labels on anybody who doesn't agree with their walk view fucking reality joke and you know no. What I'm saying is true? You know I'm right here. That ridiculous bullshit of will everything. Someone says taking the wrong way. What always the other day? I heard that some woman said something after Kobe. Dodgers disaster a fucking disaster and I cried it really impact me and I heard one woman got attacked act because she said something that would like one word could have been construed both ways and she was like attack she should be thrown off the she should be destroyed. And what the fuck are you that fucking week. Do you have that lack much of a lack of self of constitution yourself your your ability to self regulate trying to have the last thing that enter your senses. Throw you fucking tizzy. The worst one I've ever heard was this girl. I saw this video of a girl on a college campus. She's like she's wailing over like Donald Trump. What the fuck? If you don't like the Guy Guess what vote him out of office that's America. You don't Wail and scream and cry all my freak out. This is not how successful people say successful. I don't just mean money. People who is succeeding and life and are happy and are thriving and moving forward and the productive members of society. That's not how you act. That's a passport to fucking misery and I don't want you near Mir anybody. I know I love. That's my two cents this week and with that I will bring automate if you think I'm severe anything. I have an edge. Well I'm honest honestly ballet dancer next to this guy because he really tells like fuck it is will take a short break here for a few seconds and right back with Mr Dan. Enya in Ja. The Legend himself all I know in teaches closing. I'm a hammer closer. I I beat him to a fucking poll. They say no fifty times the fifty first time they're going to say yes I told you earlier on. I've seen the sun come down and go up sitting at the same fucking coffee table or kitchen table. Negotiating reclosing reclosing reclosing reclosing. Taking no for no a no no for an answer reissue. This interesting question. In terms of the PEOP- people out there on the the Internet right now. A lot of people brand themselves as experts right Most of which aren't right. Okay what do you what do you think about that whole process. Says that's going on right now with a lot of salt is out there that they'll hear a few things that you say some things that I say. They haven't done the work. Having lived. The life had the trials tribulations successes fails yet position themselves. Experts trying to make money some probably a good intentions of others. Not so what do you think of that whole industry into AH verification qualification process. It doesn't exist you can put up your shingle and say that you're a marketing guru sales guru whatever kind of grew and and there's no verification process. My life is on the Internet the only thing and just recently. Maybe a year ago. Everything I've ever done. Good good bad and ugly and I said the only thing that's not on the Internet is which hand I wipe my ass with and I'm GonNa tell you today says my right hand Baotou. It's my right hand except when I had my shoulder so jay was left. It was really fucked up but yeah but there's no. There's no verification moral point which handy jerk off with the. I'm a lefty charcoal me. You know opposite. Switch it or have to be okay but there is no verification. There's and there's nothing that that there's any kind of guarantee see that they actually did stuff and the Somebody will send me something right now. There's I don't sell anything but My Book that I wrote your first hundred. The million Fifteen years ago I'm a twenty five year overnight success as a coach But fifteen years ago I wrote a book your first hundred million because I I thought thought that was the hardest. I made my first hundred million and now people are reprinting it in the Philippines and in China and selling it on Amazon. I just I have the audio versions for free on my side. I just somebody just sent me before I came over here. My audiovision the vision that Version which is free is twenty bucks on Amazon twenty books on Amazon and the About ten years ago my kids came to me. my marketing guy. And he said Have you heard a torrent Mr Opinion. I don't know what it was. He says all your stuff is on torrent. So what I I thought it was. They were selling it and I said No. They're selling it but they're not giving it away. Hey here and that's when I went to the no revenue I started giving all my product article way free And so I haven't sold but as soon as torn I was aware of it. I said well I don't like customer service anyway. I said fuck them because they always wanted to something else. So we are giving away the product for free and that's where we stand today interesting side. My opinion is people that are gonNA pirate are GonNa Piran and then what you grin and those that Wanna pay. We'll pay if they if something is really really good so I could. You could drive yourself crazy with torrance and I. I think it was like Oh my God I gotten. He was just like walk them all. You hit them here. They pop up somewhere else is really nothing so you know what I remember the finally the Wolf of wall. She was the single most pirated movie in the history of all all moves. I think three hundred million illegal downloads. The movie but there was a reason for that. You know why you'd appreciate this because there was so many fucking curses that anywhere in the Muslim world movie was like forty five minutes long at all the sex and curses so the opening and the like what happened edit illegally and again you couldn't watch it. It was so edited down. You know what do you think about that. That aspect in terms of like you know is all this religious stuff going on right now. Thanks Muslims and Middle East. What do you think of any of the NFL? Two thousand years. We're not GONNA be any better off. I've been partners With with these Israel government. I've been partners with the Kuwaiti government. I've been by the way the district you're saying I've done a lot of business. I never seen the hatred when I'm there it's like they just so accepting it's really interests but I mean the it's not going to change. I mean they've been fighting over the same shit for a thousand years. How much do you you think is the press making? It seem an awful lot. Were senators. Frazee that you're right. They're fighting over the same swath land. That's when you have religious things it's the promotion you'd never get a pipe resolve that at least not anytime soon. But my experience I'd go to the Middle East a lot of into all the countries that are wonderful people. There's no hatred couch. I think is manufactured a small group yelling very loudly. I think a lot of it is manufactured and to quote the president trump fake news. You know the embellish and sometimes just flat out lie you know th they make things up. That didn't happen The it's just I you know and I ah. I went to the Middle East and early eighties and the and it hasn't changed. I mean for a long time. I Was the one of the principal Investment vehicles for the Kuwaiti Government Sovereign Fund and The Dow's about family who were very nice to me and Western educated. Almost all those guys are Western heroes as a boarding school and I. It's it's a lot of manufacturing. I watch Al Jazeera. Which is the Arab station if I want to get more or less this CNN on the on the left is Fox on the right right? Aljazeera kind of in the middle. Yeah and so. Those are the three I watched size as well. Because it's interesting by the way because you would think that is a different world going on if you watch Fox and is this. The same. Religion factor is a professor. Who did something on facebook? And this I think is also a problem. She created to profile simultaneously amd and with one. She started liking things only conservatively bent and the other profile. She liked things and then I think it was three days later. The news feeds will like completely completely different news. All they do is they're putting you an echo chamber of like minded thinkers so whatever you thought you're getting almost like more of that until it becomes an exaggeration. I should've itself. I mean to me because I do Ben Conservative right and you know is that you know all of a sudden my news feed is getting further and further to the right and I that is David The you know the algorithms they show you what they think you WanNa see so you don't get both sides. What do you think about that no I? I think that's correct. But the good news is there is no compressed algorithm with them for fifty years experience. And you're thirty five or forty years experience. They haven't figured out how to do that yet. And probably not in my lifetime and so that's the benefit we have and You made the comment earlier about people that are stealing our shit. Then they're charlatans the th. They are taking things that we Have developer stand or stand for and they are benefiting without the experience. So we're really comes to bear is during a Q.. And A. and that's why most of these guys have cuny's because they can't answer the questions they can't answer the court intelligently sure and so in whereas guys like us can because ooh unless you've lived it you're just you know you're reading the out of a book or you're reading You're listening to a podcast and But the real learning experience is having getting knocked down stand up knock down and Cetera et CETERA. You strike me as a person with certain does not live with regret split split three regrets. What are they my I regret is? I'm a combat trained army officer who never saw combat one number two The night night before my mother passed away. I'm screaming at her God. Damnit don't be a fucking bitch. You not sick. The next morning she's dead. I like to have that one back and the third. I didn't set my goals enough interesting so along that vein my when my I don't think I in bed shorted invent this but I say because I'm sure many people who was the enemy of great is good. You know it's like what really doing terrible this pain. So you'll change averages the fucking enemy of everything because when your average like wow l.. Things aren't so bad. I guess it's OK. No pain to change right. So you're saying that for you even in your own you simply got. It sets a very lofty goals. But even in your life these still or is Qatami young deal now now I mean the even though I made a lot of money I mean and it was. It wasn't hard for me to make a lot of money but I I. I wasn't thinking in In tens of billions when I was setting my goals the An I would now in the kids At the talk I gave In London just a few days ago Working on a documentary about and they found this couple named the bricks from Maryland who attended the seminar Nineteen Nineteen ninety-six that are multi-billionaire. Now that I have not heard from and they have this testimonial video we wanna thank you The and I always wondered what happened to him. Okay but we've just crossed over a trillion dollars created with me heads. Just like we're GONNA listen to this okay and the But of Success Crepe other people mentor and Beijing by other people and the but the bricks and then every once in a while some guy will come up and you know he's got five billion dollars or three billion dollars or three billion euros rose that I never heard of and so the the fact is that people. You can't copy that okay. You know you either produce those people that you didn't in my particular case I've been fortunate enough But if I when I'm done with my talk if you like me I fucked up. If you if you hear about twelve in their donor I mean you may respect me. Ten years after the results made made you five hundred million bucks but I you know nobody likes me. I mean people pissed your pants in my talks shit. Their pants in the talks during my talks walks. Pass out during my talks. How long the talks typically Two hours to five hours. Ah The castle. There are week long hours. I would fucking love to see someone shit. Their pants I paid. I'd love to see the well. He was a he was a KPMG Partner Right Big Four accounting accounting firm. Do you know what caused us to relax. Any particular wars that triggered that his Oxford education did mean Shit Pun intended and ended. He should've rolled down the inside of his mother's Lay. Never been born and the speaker just right there and you know when you die. Hey it was a battlefield. Spills like bucket not that I bid on a bowel bill. But I heard that's the case but this guy you stuck in to speak. That was it and then he wrote me a letter on stationery. Sorry saying that I knew I was and I used to use it as a slide back in the old days and so some of the guy. Hey Dan give us a break. I mean can't you you just put a and it was a big eight accounting for them to catch you say big eight accounting firm partier shit his pants or soil themselves they wanted. They didn't want me to say Shit. His pants soiled himself. I have some friends. Some severe constipation ascend the event because fuck trigger. What is that people mostly not honest with what's happening I think is this is that you have a way through language just very but you're cutting through their own bullshit Sherry right and you're making them get honest because unless plus they're honest there's no room for change how do you? It's almost like I like it. It's like the way navigation system works right in the car. You want to get a destination success money right. That's that's your destination right. The strategy itself is the way that the the algorithms. They'll get you there but you can't get any accurate starting point and that. Where are you right fucking now? What's right in your life? What's wrong what things do you need to know what he had to learn? What associates do you have to break? Because I know I know you say this right you all who your friends. I couldn't fucking agree more. Your friends use your. My mother used to say to me. If you lie down with dogs you wake up. She never could have been more right you. It's very fucking true because I've had some a lot of fucking dogs that gave me fleas. And something's fucking dog myself. I'll admit that too and my my younger and sort of times. I wasn't quite thinking clearly but over that might be budge every consumer drugs at all. No no I think you miss that generates I. I missed them. And I'll tell you why missing my dad was a cop cop that went into the CIA and really yeah what was that like analysts. Feel well my if you google you sound like a fucking a while no he. He Fascinated native between thirteen and thirty three people depending on what version. Who served at all of them? Did I agree and so but he came when I was about thirteen or fourteen. He had read a little pamphlet. On bonding your son. Okay so the first thing he did is he told me about the birds and the bees which I hadn't he'd never talk lasted about thirty seconds. Birds and the bees okay. The second thing is he sat me down in the living room and he went in and got his revolver at eight inch Smith and Wesson loaded. He pulled the hammer back and he put it to my head. I can still close my eyes. I see the bullets in the chamber. He said We're GONNA talk about drugs now. Danny okay. There's no cure for motherfucking drugs. These motherfucking bullet in your mother fucking ahead and I'll put it there. My mother standing off a screen over here screaming and yelling manny manny. You might pull the trigger by axes is no when I pull the trigger to blow his fucking brains. That'll be on on purpose. I never did drugs. Never can I get scared straight. I miss dry on steroids. Basically yeah I miss drugs and the so I mean a product of the sixties MS drugs. I know also also my my experience for me I if I could change one thing it would be. I would not have done those terry who's destructive. I can't look back at one. Memory I had and say it was better because I did drugs I really would definitely would have changed now. I had my first marijuana cookie a few months ago. Fuck I hate no. We're Amsterdam though I'm a talk and my wife and my business. My business partner went out and bought some cookies and they were in the sweet and and so I went to open the fridge. got a beer and I looked at it and so our broke part of the cookie and I I'm eating it and they come back from shopping. got damaged taste good cookies this you know and I mean in the yeah I mean I could taste the beer. Just terrific okay. And so then they didn't say anything so then we went out to dinner. Can we have some more bread and butter coin. I mean gene. Then they both start laughing hand. That was a marijuana cookie so now I'm a drug addict. I mean I never had food tasted that damn I always thought that was bullshit. I know and unbelievable but so that I have now. I can't say that I've never done because marijuana but then I forgot and I put one of them in my briefcase and we're on the way to the airport and my wife said You got rid of the cooking non so dan you can't go through the sniffer dogs. We're going to find that. And he said so. I had to get rid of the cookie but so I have had a marijuana cookie now so do I despise marijuana all the drugs because the one drug. That didn't agree. Makes you paranoid right one day. Maybe seven eight years ago. I had the kids they're younger. We're going skiing and may ex wife and they gave us a cookie right and we say the kids all went to the mountains like eight in the morning all dade go up and down. It's like you know what happens. So we each take a little bit of the Cookie Right Twenty data. The thing is critical of cooking. Nothing another hour more nothing hour and a half later she goes out to get a drink. She comes back and she gets stuck in the doors. Can't can't turn left. She stuck and start having this bucket panic attack and I'm flipping adamant. Oh my God I'm just like I'm not good right I have. No I'm like who is it. It's me car by sounded like just let me know. Can he comes in a Mike Alit. I'm like I can't. He's what's it's Roy. All the kids one by one came back from the mountain. I literally shaking for eight hours. The worst exp it didn't affect you emotionally. Oh my God excellent food freak me out to eat yeah I never better yeah oh food delicious. My mouth watering just thinking about it now but the yeah never it and we're going to go for dinner at this marijuana. I know I'll be shakey again. I can't say it does not agree with you. Know no but I mean it My wife Sally the food but I'm a food freak you know. I've always like food and so she can take or leave it. You know I'm like your wife. I could take Akef relief. Yeah but so I missed. I missed that the So he bonding. So he told me about the birds and the bees he told me about drugs rugs and so then. He took me to a father son picnic. I must've been fourteen ish and the So that they have these outdoor Jim Apparatus where the bar and rings and stuff like that. So my dad's watching them now. My Dad was an all American gymnast and so sustain here short of a Su. Nami knocking me down moving. He goes into the he takes his shoes off and it was sand underneath the apparatus and he jumps jumps up on the rings. He goes into an nice forty one years old. He goes into an iron cross a reverse iron cross with his feet above him and then he does a perfect perfect dismount and then all the fives disappeared and the he didn't where white beard t shirts you know. Oh but I mean he had big fucking arms and so they looked like they were wife beaters and so the but he he was a bad motherfucker he just was now. The story is that the they brought him out of retirement and nine hundred sixty eight to cover up the Sirhan Sirhan when he killed Robert Kennedy And so my dad came out of retirement and headed up the federal investigation for the Sirhan. Sirhan case they said a spook out of retirement to cover cover up the assassination because there were people that said it was more than one gun not just hands around. They say he was programmed and and so Dad He taught at Langley the CIA they taught a course when to shoot and they the real name of course was win kill and his nickname was blowing up. The only clean shooting is. There's no witnesses you gotTA kill everybody now. So this is who raised me. Wow Yeah and so the The Mafia had absolutely. Yeah Yeah you only know dead. Men Tell no tail APPS. He said a little different. You don't have to go through any inquiries. Yeah you know. Tribunals there's nobody judging you it's your word against deadpans Oswald being shot by fucking Ruby. Who had cancer was dumping both clean? No mocks right. Yeah correct. So that's who raised me and all his buddies were just like him. They're just like him. So I'm a product of my social and economic meal you. I'm a product of being raised by a real hard ass Michigan going back. Though is your I think I read some at your grandmother. Your grant from swam wham across of why. Mother and grandmother swam across the Rio Grande River. They walked across but anyway living. Yeah across nineteen twenty four war And so I'm a first generation Mexican and so But my mother and grandmother were born both in a little village which is now part of Mexico. Oh city called CHAPULTEPEC and so they were born there and so the my mother didn't get legal until one thousand nine hundred fifty one so she was born in Nineteen twenty-one she didn't get legal to nine hundred fifty one but a dream. Yeah and but I mean so so and I'm from east. La Not too far from here Boyle Heights the Mexican Beverly Hills B. H.. And when I was in grade school I tried to kill my teacher And the and I'm not proud any this kids. I'm not suggesting do this but I mean Where I came from you fuck with somebody you got fucked with my cousin Ronnie? Somebody told me he was in high school by this time. Lincoln High School which is still there. They said And words to the effect your girlfriend's got an ass to pigs in a gunny sack okay and my cousin Ronnie stabbed grabbed him. Seventeen Times US looking for and I think at least one stabbing and seventeen. So he wasn't very good with a knife because you didn't kill the guy so he he went away to the reform school And it turned his life around The if it turns absolutely it can go either way okay. I think he could he could. He didn't gladiator school. He says Dan you were the troublemaker. which was you were the guy that was always doing bad things and here you know and I didn't have to stab the guy running? What was it that made you turn and I mean like it's wrong word? Turn what was that made you so success oriented was there any point do an experience or just kind of like that but he was always China. No no I been in jail. Five Times flunk out of university three times okay ultimately came back and graduated only this please my mother Because I was going to be the first allegedly the first this college graduate in our family which doesn't mean Shit but anyway I am especially nowadays especially now okay negative. Yeah and the But at the height of the Vietnam War I volunteer for the draft. Nineteen sixty six and You've seen the movie Australia Gentleman. Of course well the United States Congress. When you're an officer in the American military you get a thing from Congress's officer gentlemen? I've been called a lot of things but never gentleman and it turned my life around and the Because I had responsibility for the people and it changed my life changing my life so now I understand why I think I was reading. Some of your stuff. You said that I think Ah was you said this is a high percentage of CEO's in the big companies had military service to serve defense two thirds of the fortune thousand. CEO's have military background the ground self-defence those two thirds have martial arts reason being focus commitment discipline discipline and training and sacrifice. One thing I've been saying for many years and I heard you say it's almost the same thing but I always say a great success lodge is about getting yourself to do the things you know all you have to do even when you don't feel doom every fucking day right. Did you say the same thing is a little different. When I'm world class at not getting you do what you don't want to do to be what you want to be boom right? I was like wow this guy so many civil. It's just a in fact about success. That's a big part success. You know it's easy to do the things you love to do and that you want to do but the question is can you get what you have to fucking do right. And without that NC living in power. It's very difficult because not everything is fun. Although you can reframe in your own mind but you've gotta get yourself the plot through the fucking Shit. Another question I say that the most money I've ever made is when it's the easiest to make money. The hard part is getting to the spotlight dry. Couldn't agree more the day I made one hundred million for me in one day. I'm always comes before I it. was I say guys I like taken shit. You know I was easy. So can you hand me. What does that more water? Oh more water. I got nervous. You know I got nervous service. I'll tell you why because Leeza crawl Bovi with that. Lisa has a talent. I Bet I know your idea Lisa as a town you show it on the podcast. Okay Liza come on. Let's at least as a talent show Dan and your your talent. Okay Lisa people. I believe everybody has a unique talent. Okay Liza can balk like a fucking dog watch this shit brawl. So when she crawled up I got fucked. I thought she was going to bite your legs up. And then you take your fucking cricket back. In fact you douse. I think this is all fucking lawsuit in the making. Is that a talent you should ever reality. Shows totally should like you know. Cool human tricks stupid stupid. You not cool. I want to be social very kind human tricks anyway. One more question because we're going our year okay right now you're starting from scratch. What industry healthcare healthcare nineteen cents of every dollar spent in America is healthcare related? The same can be said of the UK. Canada okay. It's it's projected to be twenty eight to thirty sense by in ten years of every dollar spent by the government is healthcare related. And it's only going on. It's only join up if you were born Two Thousand Nineteen if your man. You're GONNA live to be ninety one if you're woman ninety three and a half my generation doesn't want to die you know And My generation twenty thirty years on won't WANNA die And so they spent an inordinate amount of money. Unfortunately we go from diapers diapers. Okay because seeing that with my own dad's very true and The but it's healthcare and I tell the kids this deal that I just described the one point five million from this twenty to your own aerospace engineer. He can't even spell healthcare. Okay and now he is. is in healthcare Healthcare is hot. The the only thing hotter than healthcare in America is cybersecurity artificial intelligence that's hotter but the prices have been bid up so dramatically I mean Where you can buy step three to six times a casual Eba all day long in healthcare but in cybersecurity artificial intelligence it's twelve fifteen sixteen times Because the the there's so much interest. Every time trump's rattles a saber The cybersecurity article NELIGENCE Stocks Fox go up and but right. Now we're at five thousand year low for Interest rates are five thousand year low The the banks are trying to get money on. ESPN radio real in real terms. No it is it is yeah yeah absolutely is negative and the kids today. I mean it's quite remarkable. I never thought I'd see the eighties again. It's better than the eighties. And I was part of the generation that ripped the belly out of the world in America. Erica until Wall Street. The Dow it was like fifty fifty fifty. It was that low. It was insane on a good day tray like maybe a million different world in a market crashed. It had this unprecedented volume two hundred million shares and they blew up the exchange now and now the first hour of trading is just insane. The world is completely revolutionized. Let me show I wanna I I question what do you think the importance of balancing out mindset versus strategies in other words. I am a big believer that they interrelate like when I teach people might formula for succeeded. I don't say what the bid is certain things you got to know to be successful meaning you have to have the mindset straight and also certain skill sets Yup that excel close persuade that a market gets the right people and the basic rules of business. Like you know. How do you fail elegantly which I did that? At the beginning I failed miserably. attias sixty well I mean. How do you scale when the shit is right? Right and on the inner side mindset state management to keep positive getting subdued doing enough like doing them your beliefs leaves all the stuff that you teach what I think happens. A lot on your opinion. Is that people start off with an empowered mindset but they lacked the skill sets so they get a shitty result and then that creates limiting beliefs. And then those e. If you don't know how to try to go onto the business while like I did I was twenty one. I started a meat and seafood company. Digging Yell is going to take over. The fucking world. Didn't know the first thing that powder run a business and I failed miserably right lost everything. Went bankrupt okay. So I'm sure you're familiar with everything. Everything old is probably a Wall Street but when I was thinking about opening my own company delayed for a time. Well maybe I'm not meant to be an entrepreneur. 'cause I tailed I broke through a lot of. Don't what do you think about importance of skill yourself. Saying like Lou Gessler turned on IBM twenty five thirty years ago. She's the last. That's fucking thing we need is a strategy. All I know in teaches closing a hammer closer so persuasion close the fuck. Oh yeah and it's not it's beyond persuasion suasion is I beat them to pulp. I beat him to a fucking pulp and they say no fifty times the fifty first time they're going to say yes I told you earlier on. I've seen the sun come down and go up sitting at the same fucking coffee table or kitchen. Table negotiating. reclosing reclosing reclosing. reclosing And I'll take a no no no no for an answer and but eighty seven percent of the people out said in two thousand seventeen eighty seven percent of the people in the world are unhappy. I WanNa find the thirteen. I don't believe that unhappy. The other thing is almost ninety percent of all the money managed on the planet are managed by people less than thirty years old. A what the fuck do you know when you're less than thirty years old. Nothing right when when I believe the next retracement comes it's going to be between forty and sixty percent of the market. We're in the eleventh and a half year of the greatest marketing marketing history broke right okay. Forty nine always liked this little. 401K'S ARE GONNA fucking disappear you you gotta be fucking fled as broke I. He called the top of the bitcoin market. In December. Two thousand seventeen eighty two day to the fuck buttons. Yeah to the day by acts new to the today crackle publicly on Uh on CNN by the twenty thousand yeah. Yeah and the I call the top of the oil market in two thousand fourteen but the kids they can uncalled can't wipe their own ass. They've got no experience. What do you possibly know when you're in your late twenties? Nothing less than you think you know but I mean you no the opposite of something right and and when you when you compared to your contemporaries the guys you hang with or whatever. The word is You may be successful compared to them but that means it's your benchmarks or your Your buried entry is very low today. the kids. There's kids talk about earning six figures I don't understand your fucking diapers in a nursing. Home Bucking Eh. You know today I mean. Living in the body of the houses were seven. Eight hundred thousand dollars nine shots and so the but I'm not a strategy guy. I'm a hammer closer There's a hatchet in in my in my conference room That I was given on my birthday. Nineteen seventy seven should have been hammered. But it was a hatchet because all I know is that you know your natural you see to me your natural close you just are yeah. What's the nature? I guess what I was saying is if someone is not like that women love fucking learning. That's my point gotta know yeah you gotTa learn what you don't know short short your weak points and I guess 'cause if you're not how do you go. I couldn't imagine we'd love to close my cornerstone of everything I do is able to get people. See these the GO-TO I get it right so it's like learning what you don't know because without that commitment being taught is horse shit. Yeah it is you know. It's like gorgeous eight times over the One of the things that when I go to the schools I ask how many classes it'd be had and buying a business. No hands go up. How many CL- class have you gotten selling the business? No nobody's hands. It goes up and the so glass. How many class other than the military guys and they have you had leadership no the hands go up and I said you don't know how to buy you don't know how to sell you? Don't know how to lead what the fuck you're doing here is a great movie. Rodney dangerfield back to school. Classic scene when he goes to college and he goes into a business class and he sees the insanity of what they teach. And then like you so wish we build this particpation because how fucking fantasy land right. He's not rooted in reality. What do you think about if you if you had a kid right but now twenty thirty eight hundred college? No College and the college are no no no college and I guess for me unless they wanted to be a doctor a professional like if you I certain if someone's dying have a certain expertise. Yeah but generally speaking to me. I believe not get to waste until I had a board meeting this morning. I'm a chairman of a company. The founders founders Dr a vascular surgeon and he wouldn't go back to medical school and he's a successful guy. AH THAT FORMULA IS DEAD. I mean that doesn't work anymore Doctors the surgeons. He's the perform procedures. He got twelve thousand one dollars for an insurance company. And I nine hundred crazy grains. Don't take insurance doesn't work. Then you are a fucking legend. Thank you and I respect you an and like you more now than before I met you. I liked him a lot before I met you just by seeing what do online and all the people that you felt so thank you for coming thank. It was an honor. Really an honor to have very much looking forward to tonight. Thank you for having me my pleasure. Thank you thank you everyone this was wow damn telling it like like it fucking is pulling no punches with massive wisdom and the success Intel you to back it up because without failure that can't be success. Correct sheds with your friends. Watch it listen to you. Want God bless you. 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LCB Ep. 174 - Tarantino Movie Rankings, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood Review and The Irishman Trailer Reaction with @LargeBarstool

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LCB Ep. 174 - Tarantino Movie Rankings, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood Review and The Irishman Trailer Reaction with @LargeBarstool

"Dum Dum on fifty and beyond you can get me out of this message. You're you can't manhandled the truth. Maybe not maybe fuck yourself. Shoot your kid this one day of what we thought here saying Yes yes well. We're going. We don't need roads. He thought Ali Kevin Still Chilly and lights camera. Barstool start freaking welcomed the lights camera bar so episode one seventy. I don't the episode number it is but it's Jeff Hello Jack Tro Ball and episode one seventy four and our special guest known on twitter at large Barstool boot. You're just large to US YEP. Thank you very much for me back. Thank you very sick last time. You did this absolutely. I'm sorry I was just telling trail. I don't like throw around that word hero but it's apropos. I guess it Kinda got it through it but I feel much better today. Fresh as a daisy ready to go out and check your looking very handsome today. That's just I'm just everything's working working for you right all his handsome. Oh thank you you're you're always handsome and so are you large Jax looking especially like the weight's been lifted off of his brow today. You should stress should he should've see me at the doctor's this question you give us the update. The give us the update on the I haven't asked they've been waiting her. Yeah herniated disc is the call on this one and there was trying to figure out where like to get to the bottom of why it would cause it and I was like I played soccer like a for like maybe two weeks in a row and she's like that's one hundred percent. You Fat Asshole. Why did you play like a full contact sport when you like you know you can't your body can't handle it? This is why so now I have to go to like like some sort of physical training thing and get my back in body stretched out till normal human code standards again. I'm going to be honest honest with guys. I don't really know what a hernia is so when I hear herniated disk I'm just assuming it's like a normal hernia on bone hernias not like your butthole the whole hunt Hernias in your groin area right put in that Mesh sometimes testing gets popped out of place. That's my impression of what Hernias but it also butthole right. That's like a hemorrhoids that to my friend Parker listened to the pot and he commended us on our doctor medical discussion the other day which ones though about your back. Oh yeah apparently we were on the right track there hell yeah I was kind of expecting SCIATICA but I think I'm still a little bit too young to be diagnosed with that people. We're bad disk myself intro. None of us mentioned that you had your back blown out before it was easy money they're like. Why did you missed so hard? That was such channels easiest opportunity. This is the oldest conversation I've had since they got divorced. Everybody else talking about vaping and I still does and I come into here. I guess about her name. That got us. I'm loving this home and play some shovel yeah well. Let's go into mice ILIAC diagnosis. What Parker say about that? Do you have anything to add <hes>. Let me ask him. I'm going to ask him. We'll get amid pot up on your Sealy Acta from Parker and the guy we talked about on radio. One Time Eric Schultz Yeah shelties Solti Yeah Shannon Radio Bachelor. Our podcast just becomes like three non-doctors giving medical advice draws. We're Web M._D.. Ing Everything and I'm yeah. It's probably can't it's mega. Cancer Lebanese like infected toe. We'll check your toe for these signs. <hes> nine could be a sign of cancer yet McCall dude. That's definitely Oh yeah. That's the one that's right Jack. You got scared yeah. I Web M._D.. The back thing and it's like yeah you probably have kidney disease and I was like Oh okay that seems like a huge stretch but all right and did urine test. That seem came back clean. That's good so just the disc thing so that seems okay actually don't talk to him about. I don't WanNa know anymore. This okay all right. Never mind that yeah I know I know they're la La la La la closing being the window anything else before we get into big episode once upon a time in Hollywood probably one of the most hyped reviews of the year I'd say top-five both hyped review the year from us and man Ed people asking us to rank Tarantino movies ever the two most requested rankings Tarantino and fast and furious. We're doing it in back to back weeks heavy on a lot of really really demand for fast and furious cool. We haven't talked much about the minus Hobbs and show which Jack and I saw he dropped seventy six on that I gave it an eighty one. You can read our views is now but it's yeah that's that's basically we're gonna be doing that today. So I WANNA make sure we get anything before we hit news. USE ANYTHING SPECIAL YOU WANNA share is no but it's Hobson Shaw included in the ranking. Yes yes okay. It's part of universal nothing special. I want a share but I do have my Nintendo swing and I'm going to be playing a little fire emblem three houses while you guys talk if that's okay kidding do review vol night but fire emblem three houses very good. It's like final fantasy tactics except you can marry people. I'm very down with the <hes> J._R. P._G.. Relationship Simulators added into my strategic tabular Harney alert warmers. We have an ad and I'm just GONNA. I'm just GONNA kick it off. The one my one this is this is this is from the mind of trombones yeah educate. The scene is <hes> seen as the airport. I WanNa remind you all have your boarding passes in I._T.'s in hand neck sir. Thank you here. You go all right New York. I hope you have a funnier in Orlando. Yeah Disneyworld is great. <hes> can just can't wait to go back a step over here sir. We need to check your bag here. Don't worry nothing nothing big. It's really not necessarily Amman just crushing. Don't worry door happens all the time here. I'm going to call my supervisor over large yeah. Let's take a look here. Sir The hell is that it's nothing it's nothing it's not nothing that appears to be a bag garbage bag full of clothes. I need to check these out. Jesus Christ as smells awful is that is is that shit I I have a medical condition Kamanga. Just just take it showed us all just relax. Hey everybody look at that guy did he. shed his clothes closed and pack them all up into a suitcase. Yeah it would appear he did it appears that this man Shit over himself at Disneyworld and impact all his close up so keep wash them at home so you cannot travel like this just isn't right. If only there was another way well there is what if I told instead of washing your clothes after shitting over them at Disneyworld you could just throw them away and buy new ones with stitch face g really Mr Really I. 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You'll never you have to think about looking good again with stitch fix so we're GONNA get started. Debates six dot Com specializing in an extra twenty five percent off when you keep everything in your box that citric dot com slash lights stitch fix dot com slash lights all right. Let's get into some movie news here. Big Big trailer drop. We had a the big one this morning on Netflix does not like to let people know when they're going to promote stuff so this kind of came out of nowhere shocked people and it was pretty awesome and that is the Irishman directed by Martin Scorsese starring many many people including Robert Deniro Joe Patchy Al Pacino Harvey Cartel Bobby Valet Ray Romano Monico. Oh Yeah right man. He wouldn't yellow zone Robert. Yeah Anna Pack wins in IT Sebastian Maniscalco who's been in the parcel office a couple of times yeah. He's been a couple of times when the biggest comedians in the world are good Boy Jesse Plemmons in this as well big thick boy not much of a of a synopsis yet Frank Sheeran maintains ties with the Bufalino crime family and claims to have killed fellow teamster Jimmy Hoffa. That's literally. It's announced says he's Irish. I'm assuming he's the Irish man he is the Irish Bay Oh you're the better synopsis on Wikipedia. Irishman is a story of Frank Sheeran a mob hitman and World War Two vet who develops the skills during his service in Italy now an old man he reflects on the events that defined his career as a hitman particularly the role he played in the disappearance of Labor leader Jimmy Hoffa his longtime friend that his involvement with the Bufalino crime family the the Irish man is played by Robert Deniro Jimmy Hoffa's lead by Al Pacino and back in movies the retired Joe Patchy as Russell Bufalino. You know I mean He. I didn't think about the fact that he's retired. He hasn't been really in in anything and his his filmography demography. Since one thousand nine hundred four has not been great using casino which is a seventy nine percent around tomatoes other than that he's been in movies that are considered stinkers and he hasn't been in anything in nine years except for that stickers commercial that wanted to party those women because he on them yeah so cash cow. I liked the trailer very Martin Scorsese. I think it's a teaser right. You don't have too much context about movies. GonNa look like except for the beauty shots for Mardi but I'm looking forward to it. Though I have have seen people that will start with you arch. I'll let you start off this. I've seen people say they're like I gotta feel this might be a dud older. Actors may not work out yeah. I and I've heard that too but I think older actors playing all the characters make sense it would be tough to all of a sudden have Jimmy Hoffa being played by Disney strategy and so it has to be older to be retired Hitman so it just seems like this. Is You know a write in line. Not Maybe where in heat heat maybe Pacino too old to be that cop and he you know maybe the last time their on screen together I don't I don't really know the first time Pacino worked with Scorsese right. This is GonNa be the first time I think they worked together Pacino and Scorsese that's right. I think that he's worked with Deniro. Maybe like three or four times before the Italian lessening because that's true I would never ever ever guessed that no because he was in Goodfellas Pacino I'm thinking I'm still stuck on Patch Pacino's right but you know I'm sorry so I think he's sort of have those guys like this. This CASS works the same way. <hes> Nicholson worked very well. In the department right like older fucking legendary guys work well with the older legendary director Scorsese Gab they also had the younger guys right there like Walberg Damon and like they'll pull the crew <unk> out Baldwin is in that too so I don't know it's kind of like clements co two as well obviously plumbing our young Boy Jesse Plemmons End Bobby Volley. I'm not sure if they have the same soy as like Matt Damon Caprio but who's the guy with the <hes> in the beginning of the trailer. Everyone's trailer looks like he has tremendous amount like he has a fat suit on it. Why is that Ray? Romano's character. I think in the first scene from the trailer is very rare Vermont. Oh it looks very rare model good choice that he's just straight up ray reminds nine eleven. I wrote a blog about the trailer and I mentioned that to the more iconic things Ray Romano Ward even in like they were funny more serious various movies now is like a drowning basically bic than I like that joke the entire movie. He was great very what I still love him in funny people when Marshall Mathers is going to beat the shit out of yeah. He's like Seth Rogan's. Everyone loved you. That's a great scene trill where does this. Where does this land on your anticipated movies rest of the year all all right so I think it looks good? If I didn't know Scorsese was directing it. I probably wouldn't be as interested but I am. It's got an all star Cast Scorsese movie and to confirm this is actually going on Netflix right. This is one of these networks movies should've should've mentioned that Yes yes so I'm excited that it's going to be on Netflix will probably be one of the top top movies to be ever put on Netflix has certainly seems like has the budget behind it with the cast they have and I just gotTa say folks. I have not not seen people this excited about an Irishman trailer since the Conor McGregor notorious documentary trailer ooh Good Pool. I like that segue that was like a half joke but like also true like maybe a true fact. I'll leave that to your interpretation. I like all like Jimmy Hoffa's something linked. Jimmy Hoffa's something I want to know more about. Maybe I'm not going to get the education from this movie <hes> large I don't. I don't think you're enlarges older than me and I'm older than you guys so we we got like a Russian nesting doll <hes> medical conditions here but <hes> a large i. I don't think you're too young to be in the Jimmy Hoffa fascination generation but there's like there's like a generation who like the legend. Jimmy Hoffa's basically like I don't know like to to draw a parallel to like what we'd be obsessed about felt like there's a lot of people still very interested into whether or not Jimmy Hoffa's buried in the meadowlands and I'm I am part of that generation. I think that same generation that has that fascination this nation around the Manson family right which we're GonNa talk about a little later on and whether or not that hits 'cause I was speaking to one of the younger guys plenty and when somebody said in the movie Charlie's GonNa love you too <hes> Brad Pitt's character. The Guy <hes> went to cleanse who who's Charlie doesn't even know his happy we went with didn't know at any idea who I can't imagine somebody in their twenties news Jimmy Hoffa yeah no so so I mean I know Jimmy Hoffa because I I think I think most of my experience with Jimmy. Hoffa was the time Geraldo was going to locate the remains of Jimmy Hoffa opened up what with the tomb was and there was just nothing in there <hes> so so that's my experience Jimmy Hoffa so maybe this movie will be a gateway to Jimmy Hoffa. I can imagine to someone talking about the Manson family emily to someone who's in their early twenties being in this movie and they're like Marilyn. Manson's band was in this movie folks didn't although I was good Aleph wasn't it wasn't that also Geraldo opened up Al Capone's vault her although both of them both of them right awesome sounds familiar yeah one also did it. Jimmy Hoffa and Al Capone's thing. I think both came up who six guys stopped doing fucking tomb reveals. This is not working now so he restaged a hurricane survivor thing to write like didn't he pull the woman onto a rowboat down in like New Orleans and the Lens Cap was on so he said all right back to one throw back in the water jumped out and reshot it or something so he's a tough tough. Go with Hoffa I see at least for me. I don't know almost anything about him other than like I know my mom is sort of interested in that whole spiel until you should talk about it a lot. All I vaguely no I think he's a union guy right that got killed and that's basically the extent of it and it gets referenced sometimes in like Sopranos and other media but that's the extent of it so it's GonNa be Kinda interesting for me well He. He was a mob guy who used the union racketeer right but I don't know what I think they do with the Irishman is they wrote that into the Kennedy conspiracy and he knows shot Kennedy right so they allude to that even in the <hes> r._F._K.. Both I saw both in because I heard the J._F._k.. And then he showed Sirhan Sirhan like gunshot thing so oh maybe both that that was yeah okay so maybe that's what that is the trailer I think as far as the trailer Israeli goes it looked great but I just can't get past the whole platform shoes thing that deniro was wearing like that is gonNa cast such a shadow for me until I watched this movie. I'M GONNA I'm just GONNA continuously thing. There's no way this is is good because Deniro's wearing like seven inch platform shoes. Can I throw out a worthless piece of Shit Kennedy <hes> trivial before you guys move on. That's that's my family like this. What's your Robert? Kennedy was killed by Sirhan Sirhan. You know who had <hes> knocked Sirhan Sirhan to the ground after he shot R._F._K.. I'll wait a fucking hurt this four who is it <hes> Rosie Ozzie greer who is part of the legendary defensive line for the L._A.. Rams and whose cousin was Pam Grier who is in Jackie. Yeah AH prepare tonight guys that mean I feel like I've learned more about Jimmy Hoffa just from quickly googling this wikipedia article that says he was not involved evolved racketeering so I apologize to the office date <hes> I did not get it wrong but that's why I need these things to cover. Jimmy Hoffa cause an idiot like me won't I'll pick up a book and actually read about it because more to that now may not be factual if they're trying to tie it into something else but <hes> good starting point. Would you think of Deniro's D. aged faced. The fine I mean age is one of those things that I feel like as a parlor trick right now and that's a very good way to it's kind of like like <hes> I it seems like it's something that Pixar would do for one movie and they'd be like we really worked on the aging in this movie and they'd move onto something else except a bunch of studios or starting D. Edge people and I think it's something like auto tune where like you'll become a big fad and then <hes> ill peak at the Will Smith movie the Gemini Man and then it will slow down but people still use it sparingly in a in a tasteful way of putting it. I I did a report on Jimmy Hoffa in sixth grade aide and nobody nobody my class understood what was happening in. My teachers like that was just a bit too much. It was like looking it was like looking back at things in history story and people were picking one person pick like Oprah's rise to stardom. I'm like Jimmy Hoffa killed them. No one knows where he is easy. I was like oh it's like ended. Some may think he's buried under giant stadium there like <hes> thanks thanks Jeff so you bomb but then they make matters worse the next kid that got up did Jimmy Buffet. Everybody was really really fucking digging that had his mom come and do Virgin Margaritas for everybody in parrot shirts so yeah we'll see I. I'm not concerned about this movie. I think it will be good but people did bring up good points or I was like you know I can see that because he hasn't <unk> been fishy. Deniro pessimism in a long time and Deniro hasn't been really anything great. He thought he was decent in the intern right yeah. That's not a bad movie but even then before that ah I think trudge match so ruins God within the last Vegas Dirty Grandpa Dirty Grandpa what a movie a comedian movie actually sorry wasn't last night he played Patty and Las Vegas but he was in silver linings playbook. She hasn't been in a ton of great stuff and since someone noted like he's his performances have been kind of more mellowed. The old man type stuff for him said that but we'll see I think it can definitely turn it up for this. So I'm looking forward to and again you said it on Netflix. Have you guys seen Hoffa nine hundred eighty ninety two and I played him. I don't remember seeing it when I was out. I'm going to probably see again before should Irishman comes out was was that Oliver Stone or because I feel like that's a very the Oliver Stone esque movie but I think he was in the middle of doing doing J._F._k.. Director was Danny Devito. Yeah wars screenplay by David. My met who is who's Osha mimets father who is in girls with Lena Dunham Dan Hi guys the onus is on these two jerks now. I may forget Lena Dunham but I want to say you know. It's a good movie and we don't like ah like hating on many actors seriously. I don't like Lena Dunham but that's a testament to much like the movie because it just didn't she didn't bother me at all. I didn't even know I even notice her billy notice with the anthem family. The girl played squeaky from she was <hes> Dakota fanning was the fan yeah and I thought that she was barely recognizable wasn't took like a second look and she was just on and off. You played nice little raw character. It was pretty funny. Yeah Ninoy was her <hes> see that movie comes out still no release date. Netflix is so fucking Wieder that shit the trailer comes out on the just still says the the fall all right so keep an eye on that. I imagine it'll be late October early November awards push that would make sense to me next up. Here's a wild fuck and movie the hunt. That's the hunt from the best way to describe the hunt twelve strangers wake up in the clearing. They don't know where they are or how they got there. In the shadow of a dark Internet conspiracy theory ruthless elitist gathering a remote location to hunt humans for sport. That'd be rich people on them but they're master plan is about to be derailed old when one of the hunted crystal turns the tables on her pursuers of Betty Jopin. How do you say your name? I've always said Gilpin but she's in glow and but she's she's wonderful in that that show she plays Crystal Glenn Howard Tennis Movie Emma Roberts Justin Hartley our our good friend for an actual friend of the whole great friend of the product Hilary Swank is in this hilary swank. Just pops up around looks pretty mean yes. She's like kind of the ringleader behind this kind of an insane trailer. <hes> people were comparing this to a bunch of other movies of similar surviving the game surviving the game type stuff yeah I st not just it's not just like the hunger games. There's another one I thought it was a really old like the thirties forget it regardless Charlie Chaplin just miming like meeting the shit out of somebody but remember when they were hunting Samuel Jackson an and when he was the president that movie the Big Game like a young kid helps him out with a bow and Arrow. Do you remember that it was a couple of remember that from two thousand fourteen is called the big the game and they were hunting after race Evenson who's and everything was hunting. After Samuel Jackson Clinton's a great hunter guy yes he was intimidating right and that wasn't bad. I actually enjoy the one I'm definitely going to see this one. I I don't know how I feel about this. I think it looks cool actually like the beginning of the trailer where like like I know. I know. This is an Alabama Arkansas like that. That's a good setup but I this this. <hes> what's the one you may just mentioned it. I might be thinking of the different Louis. There's one where they're in like an an office building recently Belco experience Belco airman yeah I like that I didn't like and it was intriguing but it got to fucking goofy and convoluted and I feel like we might might see that with this right that would that would get a little over the top to write it sorta barrels Belco experience to says yeah. I think so yeah three thousand right now. He just does these types of movies Barunholtz. It was in meet the SPARTANS meeting SPARTANS had to stand in for Bread Br Angelina Brad Pitt in God. There's my loop close the M._d.. Sixty separation Buddy Gilpin was in glow with Allison Brie Allison Brie was in mad men with Jon on Ham John John Hem was a kid. I can't I can't I can't he doesn't have enough John have won the Academy Awards and was there as well roby. Margot Robie was in suicide squad with which yeah and Joachim and has a show on the same streaming service that madness billy rela. I didn't realize that you meant this Gilpin. <hes> women because I've never seen glow of only heard good things about it's gorgeous leaves arresting thing. She's the one that I've been lusting after that so I want you to see more stuff. I guess I guess I she got to pay attention. Being of streaming I wanNA take a small break from the hunt the way we're GonNa make this like a mini news topic in between this and the next one trill Kendrick anymore thoughts in the hunt I I didn't really have any thoughts on a too too. Much is going to make money regardless. If it's good or bad shrill this off you you know what it is. It's low budget blunt house. That'll make a lot of money exactly yeah but I actually like this. I like the concept. They're gonNA. It's GonNa be fun. They're going to throw in a <hes> a heavy handed allegory for <hes> <hes> class relations in America with like the elites hunting the you know the criminals essentially and I think I'll enjoy it yeah I. I think if the Cambier that better but that doesn't look like this vibe it's giving off. Put you know there's a lot of room for really gratuitous suspense moments when you have a human hunting movie so I'm looking forward to that yeah yeah. It's definitely not can't be taking itself seriously but I think that might be comedic elements to it. Though who knows looks like not but we'll wait and see you get with Howard Tan in Berno things <hes> September twenty seventh. This is an interesting note that I'm still going to say that they tweeted the trailer unlike Monday and then they deleted it then they tweeted the next day. It's Bizarro really want to know why it must have been a mistake. I I couldn't notice because I had both downloaded. I watched them both and I was. I can't find a difference between the trailers. Maybe just didn't line up with the marketing push big whose suggestions this is not an ad or Amazon shoe large. I don't know if you read the comics six and I know you're watching the boys about you. Watch good really on episode five and I'm really like in fact. One of my buddies just texted me mid podcast and asked me have you watched the boys on Amazon so folks everybody's talking about the boys days and it's not just the boys on this podcast. What's what's up? Wait for the ending. It's amazing. I read the comics years ago and which is a very cool thing to say nowadays so I make sure I've told everybody about it and and then I had to pump it at rough and rowdy and it wasn't until I got rough and rowdy did. I realized that this was happening so I got very excited. I you know and <hes> I've only been through three episodes so far and I love him. I think they've it's transferred over from comic book to this <hes>. I didn't think the guy who's the dude who's in everything he was. The last fucking judge Dredd the Karl Urban. I The rings baby. I wasn't sure if he was going to do that. Well here's Komo Hejin Guy Right. That's fucking politics was put on. I didn't think that he was going to play that as well and he fucking kills. It was actually pretty good and dread too. I thought low yeah we'll tread was I thought that was great. fucking remake watch that all day because it didn't get enough attention I thought but it was like out of all the remarks that were made in the last ten years. I thought Judge Dredd was one of the better ones by far. Did you ever watch banshee now. Did anyone ever see that banshee show where the guy who fakes being a cop and like the Amish country and he gets involved drug rings and a lot of new stuff traffic promotional national peace for the main dude from Banshee is the main superhero captain whatever homeland or seen him. I think it's it's very fucking intriguing. I'm I'm happy with that. So far I just I just love it because in trouble you can attest to this to all the superheroes inner just the most vain piece of shit time which is how it would actually be. They wouldn't be kept Captain America. They would've oh eventually better then it's it's just homeland or I don't know the actor's name but his his motionless is in his then lips. Just piss you off <hes>. He does such a good job at it. I I'm really enjoying it. He's watching tonight super deliberate like the way he delivers everything. It's it's fantastic. Urban was a little bit sketchy on it at first the character because he plays so just so like overly mock cheesman bad and I don't necessarily the associated with urban and key was fantastic. Did you say homeland homeland. beanbags sounds like the show homeland who's in that daime Lewis Daming Lewis was in it Steve McQueen lupus right. Oh yes is gonNA play. What's his name Ford the Toronto Mayor He is? Oh yes the Really Fat Toronto Mayor Rob Ford Right his brother's real big piece of shit. Apparently the rappers wouldn't talk uh-huh Right Okay Holy Shit they did fat picture of him in the fat suit has been watch watch the Russell Core Rogers Roger. Show pictures keeps hilarious by the way he did very well Steve McQueen I mean he wasn't a dead Ringer Benny but he said set a couple of things that reminded me of Steve McQueen without having a tremendous amount of makeup on him so he did a very good job again teaming Lewis. There's one Steve McQueen reference in the movie. I came to talk cracking towers. We're pumping. It is well. We're all rolling in the next. One little monsters took about camp <hes> yes. This is an Australian American British Comedy Horror Film starring the Biondo and repeating youngest great oscar-winner Lover This is this is Josh Gad News topic right here. Josh Gad is in this well. The Synopsis Office's far too long to read but it says after a rough break-up directionless Dave crashed his sister's place spends his days expanding youth young nephews questionable vocabulary <hes> when an opportunity arises to chaperone an upcoming school excursion alongside the charming and enigmatic teacher Miss Caroline Dave jumped at the chance to impress her what what he hasn't been anticipating was an obnoxious children's television personality who shapes the excursions activities Blah Blah Blah fucking zombies and they're just they're brutally killing people and eating people television personality is played by none other than Mr Gadd himself are big bummbly giggle. That's his name I actually I kind of like Gavin his trailer though is fine because it's like when he says the one line where he's like folk you will. I was like dying laughing because these finally out of this is Katie Roll like bullshit funny. I it is it is nice to him in something. That's a little different roles that are more P._G.. The raunchiest role he's in is the <hes> <hes> the one where the guy has sex with what's the what's the Q-bert Kill Pixel. Josh Gad been seeing that that's wealthed kids love that fucking movie. Oh pixels huge anytime Heathrow in like any kind of nostalgic video game when I'm not talking about about it and then you top it off with the midget kids are so in bed with that you know yeah based on a true story obviously his character yeah so so they're they're. They're really on board with that. This kind of reminds me that Shaun of the dead thing but not done as well. They make a comment in the trailer where they're like. This is the comedy Zombie movie your been waiting waiting for something like that. We've got a couple. We've had some good ones a lot of good ones Shaun of the dead Zombie land like there's there's decent market for that these bars to meet this. Could it'd be great police. Let's not pretend that you're reinventing the wheel here. <hes> I like the stylistics way they kinda shot right 'cause it's so bright and colorful which is kind of unlike what they do with most Zombie comedy. Do you like Zombie landers pretty dark right one hundred percent and the day. I noticed that I do not want to see this movie like. I don't think there's anything that turns me on about seeing this fucking movie especially having in such vivid technicolor type stuff with you know and I'm not saying I'm a prude as far as that goes beginning the kids involved like that a little bit like happy no copy happy hands while there's zombies around like eating entrails like it might get an already to an already so much blood when he bites the other guy's hilarious. How do you like it well? That's what I like about it because the LUPITA neon goes character isn't really worried about the zombies as much. She's worried like with shielding the kids from Zombie mm-hmm so so you have like this existential threat bearing down to you but your primary worry is not your own self preservation. I think that's generally a funny premise. Thomas and I think we're at the point where Zombie comedy movies are more entertaining and more appealing to me than actual Zombie Drama Drama Booze T._V. CD show. How do you think they pitched? It like this is Shaun of the dead plus. Life is beautiful type. I don't know how the people say Yeah we can get Lupita involve awesome in goose stepping with zombies still. I don't know how anything's pitched or approved Olano is that <hes> I enjoyed it and <hes> you know the thing I've been saying is I'm tired of Zombie movies and I'm tired of movies with kids and then along comes of Zombie movie with kids in it. I'm loving the trailer board so go figure that one out how about this I just read this so this is actually been out well. It was that son of us have been now. It's got a ninety eighty three rotten tomatoes. It's got a seven point three hundred ten in terms of rating fifty nine out of one hundred on metacritic which is okay but this was actually picked up by Hulu. Oh so this majors released right online. Oh yeah that makes sense. That'd be awesome actually majors release online which would be we. We always say anytime movie's release directly to screaming coming. We give it a like a couple of bonus points because you're Kinda kept to avoid the theater experience in doing for the convenience of you watching it. I'm just watching different sets right like I'm GonNa see the Irishman in theaters like I'm there's going to be released and Imagine Marty is going to say come on. Go season theaters but then kick back on your couch and watch it and Netflix because I'm sure it's made to be seen but ah yeah you see this. I mean we'll see World War Z. partout man. I didn't like that first one very good also the I think the problem with that is the book the world where's e book I read in Lake Nona software your high school or something and it was an amazing really really interesting book and the way they framed it negatively was awesome and then the movie was literally. Nothing like it like you did you took took the name and did their own thing which kind of sucked but I mean I shouldn't take points off it but for me like as a personal thing definitely took away from it. I don't know I I'm into it like I and I'm out on walking walking dead. I've had enough of that stuff with the movie that yeah and of course when it's run its course than they give it a movie and they start the I think they start the little monsters saying they for fast zombies or slow zombies which is the which is the huge different in Zombie movies ever have ones that are just fucking really fast getting twenty eight days later they were very fast and and was either very fast very fast as opposed to the lumbering walking dead type zombies and the guys like these are slow on you like that's one of the first cakes they do for for <hes> welcome to little monsters so they <hes> though the walking dead we're not walked. We walked the talking dead the okay Chris Hardwick. We love talking uncanceled by the way he's back. I don't know if a comic he's like a pita pit. 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We'll see it and I'm sure we'll like it but for those who do I hope people see it because I imagine imagine Robert Pattinson great this will get even more people on board with his casting in Batman Synopsis As the story of two lighthouse keepers on a remote in mysterious New England island in the eighteen nineties again. This is the most eight twenty four movie eight twenty four has ever released I I was I was lost. I mean I know they. They're alone together and so they just kind of fallen to mess spiral them. It's madness whatnot but I didn't find to be interesting visually sir. I really didn't understand it but I think it's because I just decided not to dedicate any part of my brain to understanding it. I liked the FO and I like Robert Pattinson but I probably we'll take a pass on this one it when it does come out if I don't have to see it. Please don't ask me to see it to do the show against enjoy doing your show but this is one. That's easily avoidable for me. This is one of those movies that is antithetical to to trailer. I mean when I think of trailer you want to be excited about. Something and this'll probably be a good movie to watch and be like that was good. Those are good performances besieing trailers like what's there to really get excited about for me. It's a Robert Pattinson Johnson and Willem dafoe filming a movie in a prank calls. Can that's exciting. They'd probably makes it better posted a trailer. The Post very pretty actually yeah. I think that's a good way of putting it <hes> I think it does kind of excite me mostly because of the mystery behind it because you don't really get a full grasp of what's going to happen. You just see that you're going to have to you premier actors just kind of put it all out for you. I I'm not as adrift by but I will like it. I well maybe not you. I know but all all twenty people that's it tastes yeah. I we're going to see and we'll probably talk about it. There's no chance we'll talk about this movie until right around the Oscars just in four theaters. Where in the Goddamn lay us did you put the C._B._D.? Sunday scares Robert. Tell me that out there not sponsoring this episode. That's a term. They branded the terms. Okay that's fair. That's true that's true. That's true <hes> yeah. I got nothing else in this. We have to mention it because it's going to be at a fucking award season movie to our movies shot in thirty five millimeter black and white. That's that's just two guys get a lighthouse. That's what we call a Christmas blockbuster. You'RE GONNA YOU'RE GONNA YOU'RE GONNA be. You're gonNA feel like you're in there. That pringles can with them so it's winter winner. Winner will to fo and Robert Pattinson come together to friends who are closer together than they are further apart. That's that's right the light you're too old. You're too young classic Buddy Helix. Turn on the lighthouse. You were supposed to losing. That's the lighthouse comes out October seventeenth again. We'll talk about that for sure in twenty twenty when when we get a chance to get trill screeners it'll never actually be in theaters we they don't send actual screeners eight twenty four they just send us like the actual actual real of your project your in watching by candlelight uh movies about Willem Dafoe Hang Dong in front of the casting this bat signal light silhouette which by the way we can talk about that because we've seen that in like all those movies he did with Lars Von Chair big naked guy will let me get a look at you. Can you do a large Howard stern impression cannot do you need me to we're going to Howard kick of doing these scoured stern bits but no one can do Howard stern breaking stuff tough well just because it's like every every woman who comes through those doors who he interviews is like only get a look at you could inspect show suspect thing in the world the spanking indoor well. If you know anyone the one who I'll get him in here who likes Howard Stern Watch bringing Howard stern outsourcing Howard stern impression Howard Stern on her show Michael mckean knockout how it's done oppression he did. I Senate live remember that okay hire him. He's coming on for he's gettable food has yet show the corner for every and we may not even make the joke but he's just they're just a dog whistle. I've Howard Stern just on on at one foot stool. Just oh man we needed higher. We'll get them on board. Look at you. Turn around foregin Red Remington every time we do the impression we don't even try to make it sound like Howard stern very subdued very subdued Howard Tom and Jerry Tom and Jerry movie uvi to new castings. Ken Jong and Rob Delaney Rob Delaney who rob Delaney is in this as well with Tom. Tom John Ken Hanjiang Khloe Grace Marat's Colin Jost Michael Pain in this the cast is adding on more and more to a movie that I truly they do not care about just in any way shape or form but we had to know that there's more castings because they're going to probably plug. This is going to be a movie advertised. Is this going to get the smurfs lost village type or every gnomes everywhere. It's going to be huge. I'm not a Hanna Barbera Guy. I'll come out and say that stones movie. It's been said I'll fuck with the jetsons in all fuck with the vision of <hes> Scooby Doo a little bit but that's that's as far as I go and handlebar bear. They have too many tertiary characters that they threw in the wacky races. I just don't give a shit about him. But ah the cast is good for this and they you know what it might be good. It might it might not be good but it might be good very interesting. Take they said Tom and Jerry will be helmed by director. Tim Story WHO's no stranger action. Thanks to the fantastic four and the reboot of shaft so those two things hanging his hat on and I'm not sure but that's that's. I don't know if that's going to draw me in probably see this for my daughter because you know Tom and Jerry was huge. Part of my childhood should be kind of cool on the big screen. I guess and <hes> Rob Delaney makes me laugh so does Kim Jong to a degree so yeah approach probably have to see it but it'd be against my will Kim Jong another friend of the program John No. It wasn't our guest here but he's guest at the company Yeah Yeah I I li- I like Kim. Jong like most communities or funding well I mean is he stole the show in the hangover. That was his introduction to Kim Jong Pretty much. Yeah is is back story. I mean everybody knows it do standup doctor. I mean that's just that's a career ship. That's almost like going from from Wall Street to to to working for a media what a Moron but I think the main characters Khloe Grace Morad because she runs a hotel and the pain is kind of like the second the second curve so Colin Jost. I'm kind of you know Fennell on him. I don't like them. Decide can ski. There lists yeah yeah yeah he's just there. This is somehow Mary to Scarlett. Johansson has this job and stuff so the S._N._l.. No cast remember they kick their coverage big time big time. I mean they're not like they're bad looking better looking than us but they that's not a Pie Barbie joke okay now. We do have too many thoughts on this because like you don't care too much but we do. Have I have some connections in production studio. I have clip that. They're gonNA play at the Super Bowl so I'm screwing arid and I'm GonNa put this in impose so you guys aren't going to hear just now but we'll show you after the show but here's a the the audio only commercial. They're gonNA show for this during the Super Bowl next year and no special look at the new N._B._C. Movie Tom and Jerry Listen Jerry the C._I._A.. Sweat my house. I have no idea where passports are and we can't leave the country without them. Toe You ever considered as Karen your passport with you. I mean what's the deal with these hidden floorboards. Listen Jerry read his this close to finding us out if he learns I played Lizzie. We're going end up at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean Russian. Oh man that's the worst I'll get shrink. It's remember that one pretty good God damnit Jerry. This is no time for nostalgia wait. What's that that noise well? Well just wait until lizzie hears about this. Make sure to catch Tom and Jerry in theaters some twenty twenty black Liz. Tom Has died going on Zola want and waited for so long. Jerry can't so you see you're just not for me. I know it might be wrong but I'm in a black list. Tom Crazy you got that clip already. Usually the Super Bowl teases happen like the week before that not very rarely rarely August teasing they might do some edits between now and then but I mean I think the rough draft. This is what we're working on the so far pretty crazy stuff live from here. Oh my God last thing one more thing we gotta get to it chapter two right now potentially going to be three hours long. Um I don't know about that one. I don't know Jim that one for me. I I'm very excited for chapter. Two very emotional shirow has been fantastic. They've done a great job with not just brochure material every form of marketing every former press. They've done a fantastic job at building off. What was a big move from two years ago and making? I think a lot of people very excited for this butts three hours. I think it it sounds too long. That's go three hours a little too much for penny. Oh pennywise longer than C._V._S. receipts. Oh yeah that was okay that I think too. It's it's the the comment I know. This isn't a common horror movie but it I think three hours is too much for the common horror fan like the large coke drinking type people need to use the bathroom more than once during a two hour movie during Hobson show by the way that was tough. I was trying to find the right time to go during the two hour what was two and a half hour forty two hours forty one forty hours forty minutes and once upon a time so you know to attack on another twenty minutes of that in a horror movie that's can be released some time. When when is it supposed to be released in September all right? That's that's it for news. We're going to move on to our review of once upon a time in Hollywood very excited Quentin Tarantino's nine film but technically ten if you make kill bill volume one and two two movies however he says they are one movie. People are really mad about author like <hes> well. My credit card receipt did not say that I paid for two but whatever he says the one part one part two. I can respect that Higgs his game so let's get into it once upon a time in Hollywood. This movie came out last weekend again very high people very excited for it. One out of the most type movies of the year Quintin was once upon a time in Hollywood. It's nineteen sixty nine Los Angeles where everything is changing as T._v.. Star Rick Dolan play by Leonardo DiCaprio and his longtime stunt double cliff booth played by Brad Pitt make their way around the industry. They hardly recognize anymore. The ninth film from the writer Director Features a large ensemble cast in multiple storylines Blah Blah Blah goes into the Hollywood golden age Mugabe's in this as well as the famous Sharon Tate Dakota fanning is in this movie Luke Perry rest in Peace Al Pacino Damian Lewis Emile L. Hirsch Kurt Russell Timothy Olifants we mentioned Lena Dunham List goes on and on James Martin in this movie Austin Butler. He'll be playing Elvis <hes> who was almost recognizable. I didn't recognize post Margaret Qualley you may recognize from the other guys as well as the leftovers and and Bruce dern this was actually brewster played the role. We'll get into that we spoiler but Bruce Burnt Bruce dern. Excuse me played the role. That would have been played by. I Tom Tom selleck apologies to BA- reynolds no fence at Tom Selleck but yes burt reynolds that was going to be but reynolds unfortunately he passed away until brewster and filled filled in for him but big cast a lot recognizable people. I don't know Mike Mo I believe is his name. He played play Bursley which creates we'll get into all that I don't want to talk to general thoughts and they were GonNa go quickly in this boiler. I do WanNa talk just a really in depth about some of the scenes because it really is even even if you didn't love it. There's there's so much talk about here. I gave this movie a very big time resounding ninety five one hundred the best movie I've seen this year. If you Asami between right about it you know that already <hes> I just think it's not for everyone might be able to divisive but the structure and how deeply Louis Tarantino into the character is Asian of all these people and now we had it tied together the small blips of tension that build up slowly that reached the end climax which you won't spoil. Well don't worry I it just near perfection. <hes> maybe like one little thing here. There's one little scene involving Al Pacino and I thought maybe they could've shorten ornate a bit but other than that I I find the run time. I thought the pacing was great if you don't like the deep hymie it's a love letter to Hollywood. If you don't like that Shit then in May not be for you but remember I'm someone who's obsessed. Allow L. Answers right up my alley but the the deep just immersive characterization and I it's it's a character piece. Basically that you see with Brad you see what Leo you said the first name basis with them with Margot Robbie. It's just outstanding. I I was blown away by the acting this is well. This is Brad Pitt playing type role that makes Brad Pitt as good as he is. Leo Man it takes me to say that Taryn Edgerton is not my pick to invest actor because I really thought he was unbelievable Elton John but I have to delete right now. Leo was that fucking good this one of the best performances of his career I thought and I think and I would actually I would very hardly if you don't love the movie I don't. I don't think I'll debate you very much. It's a big it's a big personal opinion thing here. If you don't connect with it but I would. I would go to war with someone over saying you'd like the movie that Leo this wasn't one of the year us on E.. With just amazing ninety five one hundred for me I just awesome can't wait to get even more into larger our guests. I'll let you go next I. I actually didn't want to go next because I wanted to see somebody before he came in here. <hes> a kate had said that she hated it. Kate who I love that you do not love it at all right and then. I like a second guess myself if I didn't want to like it a lot so we we're going to rank all nine and so I was telling you that I thought it was one of the toughest things ranking all nine. I don't think my my one through nine is going to be matched by anybody here. I don't think I did something that's agreeable or maybe it is fuck knows but either way I thought that this would wind up in the bottom third and it wasn't gonNA fuck things is up much and I wanNA falling for the whole thing hook line and sinker so I gave it an eighty eight <hes> which is pretty high score for me and even though sometimes Brad Pitt hit character brutally resembled <hes> Aldo rains right from or the guy who is in the tank with that movie fury various great <hes> right but he sort of went back to that I also found myself fucking hypnotized by scars like the shirt off like just like the whole backstory of him being like this kind of Guy Who Harpoon Tarantino movie major scar on his neck and believe me so I I love to everybody like somebody had mentioned that Margot Robie is. Somebody said that she didn't have a big enough part or there was like a feminist outcry saying that she was kind of pushing the back burner burner. She fought back where he said they asked him a question if someone asking the question about it at Ken and he was like I reject your hypothesis Yup but I I that it stuck in my mind that question when I went to go see this and I felt like she was the one purposely where you view is more from thirty thousand feet than any of the other characters and it worked not so well because I came I became more emotionally invested in what would ultimately happen to her with the way that history goes than I was. What was ultimately going to happen to <hes> six million Jews at the end of inglorious bastard if they didn't blow up <hes> you know Hitler in the movie theater like I found myself enamored with her? She's she's stunning right. I mean we're all in the same impression that she's she's not an ugly girl but I thought that that far away thing when she was kind of thrilled with yourself in the movie in the move there that had me fucking Hook Line and sinker. Nobody played a bad role. Even Decapa Italian wife who came back reminds me a little bit of <hes> whatever at Bologna Loan You know Godfather which you don't WanNa fuck and start the car. The thing hit me on on a bunch of I thought it flew like that was two hours in forty minutes. I thought the fucking movie flu. I don't think you liked it as much as I did and I'm curious to see how you are tro because I want somebody explain to me. Why shouldn't like it being a love letter her to Hollywood? I don't know why any reason you shouldn't like it for being love letter to Hollywood. I don't think I don't think any of us are going to make that people through their like that self-indulgent but like that doesn't bothering but would I then like cages did and I'm not calling out because a lot of people said this but for somebody who says to me you fucking moron. It's a love letter Hollywood. Do I say well. What did you like the Godfather even though it was a love letter to the mafioso? Did you like Star Trek. Even though it was a love letter to anti klingons arguments I think the way people people view that is like it's the directors and writers writing about essentially themselves so that's the way they viewed if the writing about like Mafia whatever they don't see they don't view it as them writing about themselves even though Coppola it kind of a little bit is in stark it is obviously yeah I think the way they viewed as them being like essentially obsessed with themselves just sucking their own decks right. I mean that's the whole thing which I mean it kind of is but at the same any time like if you make a tangible good product of it. Who should I really don't? I think this is so I think there's a love letter to Hollywood now in a love letter to Hollywood then and this is more of a letter to to romantic idea of Hollywood like Hollywood put into like an rose colored glasses and part of me. I feel like that's that's kind of what this Sharon tate character was like this this embodiment of like an era that was essentially murdered at the end of the sixties in the sixties gone because we know what we saw like you know with her singing in the car or like watching herself in her own movie and like being really happy with that we're kind of just like this. This perspective live like everything's okay sort of deal so I don't think like now I mean I think now I think it's more of like a tribute to an era more so than like the concept up to Hollywood overall that makes sense my mind. I'll say this like outside of spoilers because for me I viewed the three of them very different right then true you nailed it and I've heard other people we'll say that like it wasn't end of an era right positively when like the by the way if you don't anything with the Manson murders. I think you should look that up quickly summary. I I think it does help. It builds a little tension I but somebody said no going blind. If you're a young kid there's no way that you would enjoy so many reference points right and we're GonNa talk about it yet so I can't really get to it because so I'm not I'm not even GonNa Finish my thing about the fucking Manson murders before you go see this down in buffalo tricks. When you're seeing the trailer? Put Down Your fucking. Whatever the fuck he's playing stop? Stop Stop eating ass and planning juuling search Manson she so I felt Brad. Pitt's character was he was an older but very accepting of what has happened in life right like he's very very easy going very accepting knows. His role knows where he is. Leo's character was not there he was going through the process process of repealing realizing he's washed up very pessimistic very negative and Sharon tate was the exact opposite she's just coming on and she's very innocent. That's kind of what she everything's mesmerizing to her but she's blown away by everything and I thought like they it was so different and it all comes to a head where the movie ends and I'm not going to go anymore on that and it's it's your right. Trump just plays into what this is emerging in that time Hollywood and that's why they're they're so different. We'll get more into it and spoilers that that's what struck walk me with how deep they win to character development throughout this movie. So what did you give it true. I gave it an eighty so I liked it. I my big knock is they felt like it was a collection of stuff and if you like the collection of stuff and thought it tied together nicely then you'll really like this movie <hes> I I don't fell ah part of it for me is like I really see the point <hes> but I liked it in spite of that and I kind of liked it because of that because you know had had a little bit of like what I was thinking when I was watching it is a large part of the movie were dedicated to flashbacks and maybe not large particularly Alexa to yeah yeah yeah noticeable part of the movie like <hes> you know even at the start of the movie when we saw the mcklusky interlude with the flame thrower the Nazis or the bounty law interlude with <hes> how how how is it harvey cartel or was that another Tarantino actor like I'm just no no it was another actor I o remember his name who's always in the Tarantino movies like part of me was like I know that's characterization and like we're we're trying hi to understand like where the main characters Ben Michael Madsen. I think it was Michael Madsen. That's exactly it. Sorry it's Michael Madsen. He's been in pretty much. I I feel like every every Tarantino movie but it was characterization and I got it but part of it was just like you know Tarantino. If you wanted to make a Western then you should have just made a western and if you WANNA do inglorious bastards again but overall I thought played really well like I like the way it wrapped up. I just thought it was it was meandering parts in. It didn't really resonate sonate with me as as much as I think like some of the other movies were but I also think it was intended to be different and that's the thing about Tarantino is there there are a lot of people who just do not like any of his movies who think they're kind of master. batori exercises to in homages to like film that really wasn't that good and there's a a lot of people who love every single one and I can't tell you one is right and one is wrong and I thought that this had elements of what I really liked to Tarantino and had two elements of <hes> if things I didn't like so I sit on eighty which is still a very good score <hes> i. I think that this is still one of the better movies of the year. I don't know if that's a I think that's probably a knock on everything we've seen this year but but I enjoyed it overall like the acting. This is one of the first DiCaprio roles that AH I was able to remove the idea that that's decapa Rio on screen from the back of my mind and actually truly believe that he was the character he was playing so that that that's a compliment to him <hes> Kendrick you gave it an eighty five correct. Yeah I gave it in eighty five. I agree with a lot of what all three of you said actually <hes> I think the best way for me to put it. Why didn't get higher than ninety? s like a lot of people are is I do think that the divers two-thirds of this lag a lot and I think that it's it's on purpose us right because this movie like most Tarantino Movies Caretas yeah yet deep character and he focuses a ton on like aesthetics and a lot on this case a lot of these digressions that fall like this of kind of repetitious formula right. It's it's them doing a driving sequence with really loud sixty song playing then they say hey you remember this time when X._y._Z. happened. They show a digression flashback where they show you everything that happened. During that scene and then they go back to present day and that's it would be cool if I didn't think that like throughout that first two thirds of there's no point to where this is going like at the end of the movie I got to this area where I was obsessed with the performances of Leonardo DiCaprio and to lesser extent pit and and I'm like they're dynamic in this movie is what makes us movies so special and I think that it would have been just as good if you shaved forty five minutes off this movie it wouldn't have affected it whatsoever and I did find it to be self indulgent not in the way like it's self indulgent of Hollywood like we were talking about before I found it self-indulgent to Tarintino Tarintino `ISMs he's like people love me for what I do. Let me twenty thousand things that people like no I do and that part was a little bit annoying at during sequences but it's like you guys said if you're a big Tarantino a fan you're gonNA love it. I think if you're not like this style movie lover then you're not really going to I think the biggest credit for me is going to go to Leo Leo I thought absolutely killed it. I agree cottrill and that even with the movie like the revenue the entire time. He's doing his shit a Mike. That's Leonardo Capiot like that's that's just too that is and during this didn't really feel that way and and it was I would assume it very hard performance because it's introspective as an actual Hollywood actor himself. I did not think that Brad Pitt had his stellar performances. Everyone seems to think it is I don't think gets even like really close to Academy sorta nominations like area but because I did find it to be like not really reached. It's like you said it was bits and pieces of Aldo all the rain and also the fury guy at anything he had argued. He had to go too far to get to that point. It was just sort of reading. The lines in that accent not to say was bed because it was a good performance. I just didn't anthony find it to be entirely too difficult impressive but is and I just think that the way that they were Tarantino was able to script our relationship and what was able to say about like friendship hip is like something that was a real life lesson almost and just like you know when people get famous when people get older like obviously their priorities change in the friendship is the most important part of the entire fire ordeal in an obviously has big tarantino ending third sequence which I think all three agree was amazing. Just I've really wished that two-thirds was the part that we were just took a lot away from me. Did you guys get any style from it. Would you like get a kick out of seeing the Mannix <hes> like the opening scene. The mannix did you and fell co-starring Norman fell and like the old people cheered during all that yeah so I'm I'm on the brink of being that old person so seeing like the Spaghetti Spaghetti westernised type shit and stuff. I bit into that too it was it was made. It was tailored for probably the fifty. I'm forty seven seven but I have an old soul. I think that it's probably tell it for like a fifty five year old guy to really be in that Barnaby Jones fucking category where they saw shit and it was like Oh man I remember the rifleman Oh man I remember this and so I think that added that some of the allure for me which didn't make that superfluous forty five minutes which was for a lot of people as so superfluous list for me like forty five I couldn't I could find probably five minutes like just little snippets here. They're like okay man dragged a bit but like everything thing that was immersed in went into for me that that's worked and I wish we could talk about outside of sports. I don't WanNa get into my thoughts in the story in like why like I saw something happening again. That's the kind the beholder for this movie <unk> knocking. I just like I said that this will not be for everyone neither connector. You're not and that's not like a commentary on people's ability to like movies is just not going to be something. Everyone's interested in that sense but again it goes very deep into Hollywood. I thought the set pieces were fucking incredible. I I just love when you feel like that. Movie or a movie was filmed that long ago it was like he filmed the in the sixties. Everything attention to detail was perfect and I always bring up fucking solely when stupid Clint Eastwood refused to to edit the skyline of New York and it was the two thousand eighteen skyline of New York in sully and people back like new cell phones and I'm like look at the biggest deal in the world noble like you're GonNa make a movie like this. Put me at the time period like make. You look like you're there. They're all the MARQUEES lit up and they were so fucking tight. Although yeah yeah that was that was very refreshing to see the old school stripes and Taco Bell and all the places that may or may not exist anymore. You probably know more than I like that Rousseau Place. He's very very obsessed with the aesthetic element of movies which is obviously always impressive. The production value early on this was incredible like Jeff said I totally agree with that. I love the driving in it. Everybody drove like a fucking. We can talk about feet in non spoilers May V._p.. New This Radio Tarantino loves big and dirty feet right team won a five minutes to shot of her feet sturdy. She had a little dirt dirt on him so he's just letting his freak flag play finally acknowledging it respect that I guess we'll we'll get into spoilers. Kentucky gave an eighty five eighty from trill eight from ninety five audience score for us right now is up to a ninety two <hes> <hes> trending up a little bit so I think it's time we get deeper into it because there's a lot in here a lot of surprises and a lot of elements that you don't want to hear him. You don't WanNa get spoilt so if you haven't heard once upon a time in Hollywood I would suggest not hurt it could be seen I would suggest suggest skipping ahead right here to avoid spoilers for once upon a time in Hollywood skip ahead to one forty five. Oh four also I'm <music>. I'm not home so not affirm my TV but if I was watching guys grocery games right now I knew exactly what would happen. Guy Would stand up in front of those dopey dumb ass contestants and go. Will you know three people told me that I have two problems and one of them and then they wouldn't move because they're idiots and he served three two one five hate it all right once upon a time in in Hollywood <hes> spoiler section bat shit crazy ending <hes> so obviously you see Sharon tate and it's movie now we theorized here is that there would be an alternate history yeah. Also you guys rent a plot summary A couple of weeks ago that was not the plot of the movie is like vaguely like tiny bit different us like somebody guest like it's like somebody guest right on her friend and they guessed based off what they heard it. Was Somebody like Bruce. Lee was going to be beaten the shadow Charles Manson or or something the one that I read in the wikipedia summer yeah the one that I read it was that they go to the house and just stop the murders from happening in the end the Polanski Lansky House just not in their house that was the difference in the two plots from Wiki and actual movie so the twist here obviously they have the Manson family who were all giant pieces of Shit and take <unk> Tornado portrays them of such very much so dirty disgusting pieces of Shit and they decide that they're going to go after Leo's Character Craft Doll Polanski household is further up the road a private road slightly from where Leonardo DiCaprio's character as so when Manson's group by the way they gave more character development Brad Pitt's dog than it did to Charles Manson the guy who got the Charles Yeah Yeah. It's the guy who said Man I'm playing Charles Manson and the Tarantino movie the Guy for fucking a sip of coffee so he was freaky and The other ones he beats the shit out of his well. What happens to her face again? Remind me so I one gets hit in the face with the dog food right she goes down and then the red head gets punched by the Tang girlfriend and then that's when the dog six the girl who got hit in the face and then stabs cliff booth and then he just smashed her face a thousand so he thought he was in a Di di. There's a horse flying here. That's that's landing. We're GONNA attack but then the one who got smashed in the face runs out into the pool scares the living shit out of doll and who is got headphones in in his in his pool reading minds and she falls in the pool then he steps out and you saw earlier in the movie he had a flame thrower from an old world war movie and he comes in and he blowtorches her today and you see it in the shed. When cliff goes to repair the antenna China goes in the shed and you just see off the left like the flame thrower? I remember vaguely. Just kind of noticing like kind of funny didn't even think it was foreshadowing which is stupid. You'd just insane ending. It's what you expect from Tarantino but my thing and then I'll let you got some comments in there as well. My thing is is that the story for me and I could totally on was that I looked at it. I looked at it. It's like a square moving up. You've you've one end you have Margot Robbie Character Brad Pitt that you've Leo their trajectory stays the same right like their characters develop and they hit the end and there's a very small point in the start of the movie where you see teases you see the Manson family. They're waving the Brad's character you see Charles. Manson shows up at Sharon tate south. I thought that was tensest fuck. I thought he was GonNa do something. They're absolutely I. I was like I character my he's dead. He's a film right now. Because you just expect that would Tarantino 'cause. I guess that's part of like he creates that when you go see movies and more and more happens the spahn ranch scene was insane pain he goes and he finds Bruce attention again. I thought he was dead there too so it just it more and more tension built up in for me like you can't say it's bad radio but I'm making like this motion where it's like. It's slowly expands out and it meets the width of the story being told in the characters at the end. We're all comes to a head and it's been these small bigger bigger bigger bigger teases of tension were just explodes at the end of the movie and he creates his alternate history which goes back to a you said trill earlier about the type of Hollywood they're showing and things every mortgages Sharon tate and the people in that house died like just the innocence of Hollywood died rhys alternate take just kinda changes does everything because then Rick Dolenz characters down his luck talks to a meal hearst the fence and he's like what the fuck happened. He goes on boat. I kill one with the flame thrower. It's Oh shit and you realizes Sharon. Tate knows who is a lot of the movie he's like. She doesn't know who I am. Nobody and it just trying to change is that well and I was just reading. This in terms of debris is in this alternate history so they've said and by they've said I mean people have said this. <hes> that the sixties died with the the Manson murders and Sharon Tate dying innocence has been lost and so in Tarantino's version Sharon tate still alive so the interpretation may be is that to Tarintino oh wait the decade never really died it that that naive fun. Loving sixties is still alive and like his version of events when you translate that back to like what he loves out a cinema and his upbringing in you know everything from that decade I guess makes sense. I just go back to like the ending like wallet was cool like I don't really I don't really get the point of just bunch of beating up Manson people. I think it was good and I don't necessarily think with any Tarantino movie that there's necessarily a point but I do think that he did a better job of telling the story while also making it a character piece in his other movies and in this I do think like I said a little bit before it was a little too self indulgent elgin in like what he loves to do in movies and not that that's necessarily a bad thing but from a more objective point of view for someone who's like maybe a Tarantino move for the first time I see why this this is not necessarily something you'd be into it. It's almost like a fake hip piece in the Manson's to write like well. You know look I I I will not stand here and defend Charles Manson Manson Fan Charles Manson is serving. No I'm saying even though saying what's the point I I did think it was enjoyable <hes> like I I it was fun to watch that gratuitous violence that like you know Tarantino had to build up the Manson's not that they needed to be as big a piece of shits as they already were urban like in his version is cinematic aesthetic version of making them look grungy and Shitty and all that stuff in order for the viewer to not feel squeamish about them just getting brutally ball sack ripped up by a pit bull so yeah it was enjoyable but like in terms of the larger arc like I get what you're saying eh like I just I never felt that never felt that tension. I didn't feel the tension throughout the whole movie like you did. I kind of felt like I I knew what was going. I think that's that's fair. I can see that because I felt that but I I understand that like this is one of those ones which is rare when you like a movie movie this much and you can understand the other side of it because you have those glasses on like those fucking amazing but I do get it I get we'll say like the point in a minute. If you disagree with this this I think you kind of explain the point though right like like the point is is that it is an homage to what he loves and and that era of Hollywood Hollywood but giving that alternate take on it like it's like actually you said that smarter people than me. I was watching the red letter. Media did their review on any and they made a joke joke about the what if marvel thing that's coming out. It's kind of like a what if story if she does pastors as well she doesn't die plants he doesn't Rape Drug and rape a thirteen year old girl girl like all that kind of stuff. Let's let's talk about like the true villainous fucking thing that they paid a little more attention to than fucking Manson drugged and raped and went on the fucking landmines never come to justice for that that piece of shit that stuff doesn't happen in nineteen seventy seven if she's not killed in nineteen sixty nine like so I I was the only one that that that was hook line and sinker for this I didn't I wasn't I've been watching so much fucking Tarantino stuff that the only thing I felt that didn't need to watch lately was inglorious bastards because it's one of the film's who's WHO's ending. I did not like at all Ooh Ooh but so I think <hes> mm-hmm but I'll tell you makes up for it because it has the best character in any Quentin Tarantino movie with Christopher Steele Hunter but so I felt Alfred fucking Hook Line and sinker I had such a feel-good fucking moment that was brought on by brutal violence that ended with a flame thrower like that was enough for me to <hes> finally walk out having just enough in my mind about the plant ski thing and guaranteed and then <hes> fucking Leo's character having a fresh set of downs maybe as an actor because as you know he went up to the thing and probably schmooze into a real role that was enough for to be a little bit thought provoking for me but just to have like the violence kind of wipe out the bag. I like that I find that I found it to be incredibly rewarding and I was so proud of myself that this was not fucking spoilt because an hour later I went. I Did a Burger Review with Glenn Easy to John Kelly whose the super producer cameron the fucking Swiss army knife here he said something about all you'll love it you know if if you love the way he tweaked at the end of Glorious Bastards History Holy Shit you know Yeah Dick Leonard John Glenn any and and fucking John Wasn't paying attention but I if somebody would have done that to me. This is a totally different movie. If I did have that wide fucking ignorant you know enjoyment of the fact that they just got killed because Henson Brad Pitt wearing a fucking perfect Robert Redford wake away Redford fucking finish Gosh I mean he's old man in the gun. You know the Prequel I hook line and fucking sinker and it's because the dumbest guy in the room apparently here but maybe not Jeff Jeff more gave it to us so where I'm at in this movie is I saw it last night and this is one of those were most movies we see. I never feel like I feel like I was get a good sense of where WANNA rank I. I don't think my mind is made up on this because like parts of it like it just takes a while to think through so I don't know if I'm settled on my on my score because as I get around and talking to it I save what's the point of the end but if you go back to saying Quentin Tarantino's whole M._o.. Is Making montages or tributes to style filmmaking he loves then what's more Spaghetti Western or Kung on food movie than an ending scene where a climax happens and the bad guys kind of get their just deserts so like I'm totally getting what you're saying and now reevaluating what I said a little tell we learn grow it was kind of a Mexican stand-off to with tax and booth because in a sense his gun the doc right and he had the gun and it was just kind of like a draw thing and he whistles or what you do the dog dogs I got it's still this was kind of a Western though if you think about like what a Western is in in no you have the cowboy who isn't what he wants was like kind of roaming into town and feeling lost and then you know the world is changing around him kind of like red dead redemption can check big world is changing now out of the you know the pinker denser coming in he's not really aware of this wild west they used to live in and then he gets shot at reduce violent redemption at the end and he takes it and so it was like a non western Western which I guess you could probably say that about like a lot of Tarantino movies because he loves the Spaghetti Western so I think I'm digging it more like now that I think think about it like I don't know if I will revise my score podcast but like I don't think I thought about it critically enough. I actually just WANNA go back. Circle back a little bit too something large. What about Manson I one thing we were worried about right when we first heard about this movie is that he was going to use Manson sort of as like a device to tell a story and maybe like you you know trivialize the tate murders and that's one thing I really thought he did not do it? All like this is a cool revisionist history that didn't find was disrespectful to the tate's or Lansky. Whatever talks is a family? She was in when Margot Robbie when Margaret Character Sharon tate when Cher take watching herself in the movie that is act that Sharon Tate Uh not Bush yeah there it is them so I guess that was part of an apparently they again shout out to the red letter media because they against smarter than us over the common man reviewers Jay mentioned that and I tried to find this that they moved the release date up because they didn't want the family asked like yeah. Just please don't put it out around the anniversary art. Oh yes so he so he the McHugh very respectful since I I really I understand Quentin. Tarantino has done things that people don't like like I know there's a lot of stuff with kill. Bill like there are so many times that he just gets like that one lady that was on the news channel or do you do violence. He goes because it's fucking fun or something. There's there's other. He gets shit where it's like. Go see like or don't see it. Just don't see it. It's art right like he's expressing what he wants to express you know he's I don't find it very well. I think he I think he's good it is good at playing the filner that we don't like but we respect because he's you know one talented to he. He thinks he knows more than us and he probably does no more yes like and that's fine like I think think he's a good foil but then like the proof is in the pudding with like a lot of his movies <hes> I it's hard because you watch him and you like them but like I can't always explain why I like the right yeah. That's what I'm saying like going back to just thinking about this movie like there are a lot of cobbled together things or it cuts out like that was almost like family guy skid at some point that I enjoyed that it was was like it was a filler or would like to add to the characterization but like separate that aside like the old Bruce Lee thing was very enjoyable. Oh yeah that long take scene in with the beginning of the Bruce Lee part that was like solid five minutes of no cut and pure dialogue between Mo- yeah Mike Mo Right Mike Mo and Brad Pitt and that was absolutely absolutely fantastic grateful making. I have a question about the birds leasing. We talk about that real quick. I I was GonNa ask you a quick because I speak to you so often so I'm wondering what your question is please. I can't wait to hear so. Do you think the Bruce Lee seen actually happened or do you think that was just embellished. I like apparently his daughters not happy family. Did I like it. I I think that's ridiculous because I think that didn't have I think just the way that he dented the car a dented the car is if it was almost a dream sequence right and <hes> some of the other two scenes Bruce Lee when he was helping out Sharon tate and then he was helping out a meal her shes character was very like loving and like a true Bruce Lee type. I think so I think I think it was. I'm hoping it was because that's the way that I had he was on the roof right and he's like Oh. That's why that's why I didn't get the fracking GIG. Everyone can use their own bag memories and bad moments with more rose colored glasses. I would say somebody what's the movie. Leo Puts himself in. I'm sorry you know I don't know older movies like Oh. Oh this is great escape that was I loved it. He wasn't he was in that so that was like an embellishment of that was like an exaggerated dream. There's the same exact thing it was it was over it was that it was exaggerated. It was like it is on mine like he played it up more but that's one of my favorite scenes of the year and the fucking joke payoff on that just on the roof and then it's a flashback. There's a flashback in a flashback of him killing his white or applying decline definitely does and then he pulls out of the roof your and he's like well. Oh that's it it just it works. What did what did he say says something against fair or something because he had that like I fucking cl- I actually I collect Robert Downey junior and Sherlock Holmes as always like I will strike him in me Sir Holmes and Watson? I'm sorry but either way like it seems like he had that kind of sensibility on how it went down so I'm hoping that that I read that Reich is after it was done. I felt like turning to somebody somebody proposing the <hes> you know the movie theater alone and nobody to ask hey was that true and or you know whatever so I'm glad that everyone felt the same way about it well I I. Hey almost thought I have to think is not real because like I know the you said the Bursley family estate is not happy yeah yeah and part of me like I wouldn't. I mean I wouldn't either just because you know it's it's I don't know part of it was like Bruce Lee no with with as much as like Tarantino's drawback to like Kung Fu movies and think back to King Kill Bill like that'd be one of his idols and Bruce Lee was played for jokes almost most in a way that you normally would not associate with Bursley at all like when I think Bursley I think personally I don't think of him as portrayed in the movie and part of that was like thinking back to Pitt's character and he has just such a neutral discontent for maybe all the things around him in Hollywood which is having any respect for more like the general lower about it or maybe I'm just reading too deep into it but that's why I thought it was embellished because <hes> I don't think if it was like supposed to be real in the movie Tarintino would've portrayed Leeann that manner yeah it was very reminiscent of and you may remember this chilling. Maybe not do you remember growing up as a kid. We were you crotty flick. I 'cause is your own. These two guys anime not really don't know like like karate cruddy flick in terms of like five deadly venoms the that kind China stuff because the way the dragon hit in nineteen seventy two right so I was only one but like it was on reruns on TV and you're either a Bruce Lee guy or your Chuck Norris Sky I remember that and then made that always talk to these fought the dragon where he ripped out Chuck Norris's chester blew it off and there's all these things that chuck Nour's who's The guy who actually killed them. A. And that's what I was reminiscent of. <hes> Brad Pitt almost played like Chuck Norris character. You know you pretty boy <hes> me. You're the best person at working out but you can't can't fight somebody like me. Chuck Norris Yeah so even that how that reminiscent type thing for me that I fucking fell for again so that part I loved and also <hes> just go back to the great escape scene like Steve McQueen references and a lot of the references to the old Hollywood stuff. I just found great like Steve McQueen's favorite actors bulletin great escape or to my favorite older movies. I used to watch a ton growing up N._F._l.. The the insertion scene of Leo integrate escape was amazing and then also just like we mentioned a little bit earlier. <hes> Damian Lewis as as Steve McQueen also just a small understated role and it had an impact on me like I'm saying it looks kind of sounds like Steve McQueen Mansion House really saying like he used to bang her and then he started other banger and now it's the best friend because you know that fucking polacks GonNa mess up or something he said and it just sounded one hundred percent like Steve McQueen. Even though I've never fucking listen Steve McQueen talk at a party so I thought that was pretty brilliant. I thought Timothy Oliphant was one of my favorites because I love justified. That's why I was kind of disappointed in <hes> Jackie Jackie Brown. She's a little bit further down Elmore Leonard Justify Guy. I Love Timothy. All fence railing givens those deadwood. I thought it was a he was a waste of this movie C. Hyphen. I think that his purpose in this movie it was important because he's the guy like they keep talking about Louis playing the heavies now. He's the guy the bad guy and you see sort of the same Sharon tape the movie how like they have the rose colored glasses with Hollywood like they see this all speak shining great example. He comes up to Leo and he's like Oh. Wow you're you're here. fucking Dolton Olten like I'm so happy I'm so thrilled when you got signed on in professional NEC like he's just a Dalton rather so jilted on the whole experience. I don't like this. I don't like you because you're becoming the new me and I found that sequence where they have the they do like the movie within the movie. Did you the schooling around and tumble I can I redo the line so fucking. I'm glad you brought it up because that's that's I._T.'s on twitter said and now it's actually three. I have another one two of the best top five movies I've seen all year and that's another just that's guaranteed at US brilliant. They're just then re-shoot. You're back to one thing getting around and you're like what he's doing here like we're watching the movie and a hearing just go line and he's all frustrating yellen. That's again. That's fucking that is literally. I don't like throwing this around lightly. That's perfect. That's a perfect scene to me that see that moment and then also the post moment for that where he's in the trailer just like yelling and I'm so glad to have that one drink join just the seventy eight promise yourself. You're going to stop fucking drinking and the next step of fucking throws it up the trailer also fucking. That's the Ostra clip when when they when they put that up when he gets that's going to be the thing they play focused. Damn and you just toss it across the trailer. That was so fucking yeah and that's why I think Leo absolute stole the show here man so so far I loved him drinking out of a blend pitcher to he's chiding the fucking potential murderers and he's drinking bucket and you could tell the Margarita already started to separate go to the bottom. You mentioned too just like just over the course of and this actually I I saw some people say it's over the course just apply. You're thinking about like the moving different context. You think this is a movie though that people in this not even like you. Were you like it used to have some people who don't like this movie. I think that people like as they re watch and they look at other things that they may eventually turn this into the positive end of the spectrum for Tarantino. I don't know I mean this has generally. I've been very well received though right. What are some detractors on that yeah every movie every movie is going to you know it's got people that like it and people don't like it and some might have more that don't I think the people that don't like Tarantino movies are typically held to a higher standard to defend why they don't like it by some people who do <hes> and I don't know whether or not that's fair but like I think if you know if you go into a movie like this and you expect like a like a very clear plot structure in terms of like pacing three act structure like maybe you're not GonNa get it and maybe that's why people are turned turned off? <hes> and I don't think those people are ever going to come around to it right. I mean I mean maybe you didn't this movie. It's not that it didn't have. It's not that I didn't have a plot. I just think like there weren't stakes right like there weren't stakes that like Rick Dalton necessarily knew about that were outside of his zone like career arc. It was pretty much guys struggling and thank you is going downhill. which is something happens all the time like what were the stakes for Brad Pitt <hes> and I think think the stakes were like this looming threat of murderers in the background that they may not have been completely aware that even existed until the end of the movie? It was almost like a story. It was stakes within the the character pizza he made again. That's why I founded brilliant because that's just how I personally. That's just how I viewed it right like that's still just what I took out from in terms of how it was set up actually and by the way cruiser Macquarie who directed Mission Pasta which is a gym nearly perfect movie when the best time to get there last year <hes> he he tweeted something about plot. He's like plaza condiment. He goes storing character matters the most which is interesting he has threat on eight or not. That's not me like debating debating. You know you should go. Look people look that up. He's got a lot of good tweets on that. He's a big little why he replies a lot of people. Yes probably guideway yeah. No I think I it's just it's hard to it's hard to get inside people's minds and understand what they didn't like and it's especially hard for something like this 'cause 'cause because I think this is a good movie and I think it's hard to like. I don't know I it's it's hard to really if somebody doesn't like him to come around on it. It makes you almost trying to explain it. In a I went with my roommate to watch you absolutely despised it and I was trying to explain to my a lot of it was good and like you just end up kind of sound like an asshole so when you try to explain why it's good because it makes you sound like stuck up the necklace. Not It's not the way obviously the intent but it's just like when you try to defend like more artistic movie. He you just the way come up and it's really hard to get around that sometimes again. I hate Ravanelli reviews because you know we have our own thing here but red letter media smarter people they said it to he is he's like an is one of the few remaining like really great filmmakers. This is one of our longest reviews and we got into it because there's so much in it. He put so many different different distinct elements in a movie where we love avengers. I mean don't get me wrong. I mean look at my fucking desk. Got We got the forty infinity gauntlets and I loved those movies vs BEF- but they are right same sequels Tarantino makes a different type of movie and it sparks these types of conversations and think pieces and that's it's just that's why he is who he is. That's why there aren't many people like him and partly why he becomes so polarizing for some but again this is just why I was so pumped or views because there's so much catch you can dive in if you're going to say everything else the stories economists which I can agree with something plots economist Rather. I agree with that. I like. I'm just looking through through the I._M._D._b.. There isn't anybody on this list so I think didn't do their job. Well as far as the Casco's. I thought that Margaret qualley girl who played pussycat either she she was excellent Tex was relatively forgettable. He could have been replaced with anybody. I think who has that look like things a lot of people who could ride a horse yeah. He did horse that Hippie who got punched in the face a couple of times change the tire. I fucking loved him. You know what I love the face I love the fact throughs in there yeah. I told you that that young girl Julia butters I thought she was fucking. Great quote a fanning that was great that scene in that one that Bruce Lee seen in that scene or the two. I wanted to talk about the most because I loved that scene and like the wham talked about this movie. I feel like I should be scoring a higher. I think I I think it's worth it because like I like now like you know what you talked to. Somebody like I wasn't able to talk to people about it now. Thinking about like you know she was great in that scene but what I loved about that is it had it had like all the pacing of like one of those like heavy-handed like allegories where he was talking about the book but then Quentin Tarantino just went like full throttle and smashed you over the head with it until it was a comedic device. He's he's he's. He's reading the the Western. He's talking about the the the Bronco Buster. You know like he's like okay. I get as you go along. I get it like this is supposed to be his character and then he starts crying and then you had this realization that he gets it and then like the <hes> Trudy Mirabella like doesn't get it because she's not on the ends and as a viewer you feel like you're in on it and you're smashed over the head with into the point where it's like a joke and at that was really fun. That's their their chemistry to she was to meet her her part in the scene. After that where she's like the best acne receive my hopes up that he just gets all emotional. Eh Pushes her down later on pets. I don't eat lunch. I need to be in like she said all those things fucking Margot Robbie Sharon tate as well and that was another one of those scenes where I forget who it was it was <hes> there's a real story about like one of I think maybe it was like Carey. Grant or something like that. One of the real old school Hollywood guys was acting with somebody in the sixties or something like that. Maybe it's not the right one and the new the new up and coming actor was a method actor and the <hes> older actor couldn't quite get the concept of method. He's like then. How's IT acting if you're playing that character even if you're not acting so like the young actress going through threw in like saying why stay in character you know not acting versus like Rick Dalton's like old approach like yeah? I don't really get it sort of thing like that was another her. I think like moment where you had this divergence in terms of like what Tarantino is trying to say in that. There's this like romanticized idea like an old Hollywood where like all these actors actors just like you know they were in these productions at the time probably didn't cost all that much money. They showed up. They did their job and yet he found it as endearing as like these things were Daniel Lewis pretends to be you know a paraplegic for like eight months before filming my left foot <hes> not saying you the ones right or wrong but a reminded to me that story and I know it sounds like a made up story but I read at one time so it's not any any last thoughts here again just like we went through all the scenes the line by the way from the flame throwing. He's talking to her character. Who who is? Who does he play? What's the name Emile Hirsch plays Jay sebring okay yeah who are he died in Pisa? He says he's asking about the flame thrower and Dolan's like believe it or nine a flame thrower in the tool shed casual work mccloskey's fourteen or whatever and he's a man. There's maybe mentioned that the fuck it can't shut the casting director you mentioned great wasn't it but also just the writing. We didn't get a chance to talk about the writing and that goes without saying if you go with somebody who's not who's as unintelligent as me if you go to if you go to move for a second time and you're there with me and you know I don't know about it and you Kinda know me already like we're we're good friends. Would you kind of towards the end of the movie because I have to take my wife to see it and I'm GonNa make sure she doesn't see anything or read anything so keep in a box I think towards the end of the show when when Brad Pitt does turn the tables. I'm really going. I sit there and watch the way that she has that unbridled joy that fuck in Margot Robie is not gonNA get stabbed in a pregnant belly because those nicer very rusty one out of flavor the other one had that fucking weird little you know the knife anything and then a revolver like it was all rusty bullets. Somebody's GonNa get need a shot even if they don't give guilt action he's at Spahn ranch around the second he walks in that door. He's dead the second he wasn't very good. Jump scare fucking Ajayi Tarantino with that obvious animatronic rat even that especially with the rats and we've had in this fucking office that got me any but the the jump scare possibility of that when he turned around the guy's face was gone and he's been dead for seven months that which everyone was expecting to see fucking Bruce dern you know just getting re pissed off and say all everything she told you is true. Get the fuck trying to get a nap and spahn ranch. I didn't know much about spawned ranch but I read about it. It's it's a lot of those. Those westerns were shot out there like Western T._v. shows. I don't know how far away from Hollywood it is but <hes> yeah the real Charles Manson did convince this guy and let his <hes> hippie friends murderers live on it just as wild. It's just that blending of like true crime with fictionalized version of it so I think <hes> I think it can wrap it up. I may have liked it a little more initially rated it after talking to you guys. I don't know how much more I liked it but it was it was very solid. Yeah I think regardless I think we all liked it. Just varying different extents and Tarantino pumped out a movie. That's GonNa be very member with this year in a movie fill the blockbusters sequels and tentpole movies and avengers this sticks out big time and you love to see that obviously you know this is not like like the smaller and we love eight twenty four smaller but this was pumped up bake. It's not like there's a small budget small promoted movie but it still must see something like like this. <hes> guarantee and Tarantino doesn't movie what once every five years yeah. He says he's done after he doesn't even want to Count Star Trek which like yeah. I'd say that'd be like mm-hmm Quinton. That's you've already technically done ten movies with kill bill like stop kidding yourself like I know you wanNA stop at nine but right. That's that's attach at your tenth movie but he found some work around so yeah. This is appointment viewing. I think you'll see is in theaters. I wish it was in I max or something I hated seeing under the regular screen I I was bummed to have that happen <hes> I I thought I thought this was fine to see its cinema Poulos. Wherever the thought it was fine the you can afford it in done? Try It. I snuck in a sandwich from dementia one of those powerballs to it's horrible leg. Now this movie you just said that and a snickers palpable art we like the ice creams. No no the small bite sized snickers originally called still call but I threw down a big simpleton invention the palpable small chocolates patties little tiny kick cats do do another show. I guess gene you're on the right show talking to Hillary all right that is once upon a time in Hollywood fucking awesome reviewed. I got to talk about that for so long again beachgoers from us. Let's move on though let's move on to our rankings of Quentin Tarantino movies. These were GONNA make all my movies but nine six just just breezed through them. I would love to talk about everything but we just don't have time though as large other your listeners difference you might get a lot of them. We'll start it off with you. Go first large then meet and Ken Jackson trill than the audience a big audience vote ton thousands of votes on this one <hes>. I'm I'm giving death. You'll have to excuse me but yet proof. I'm doing like a not not applicable here just because I'd seen it once <hes> way back in the day just I didn't have a chance to see it again so it wasn't overly memorable to me. I remember the plot and everything so I'll put it at number nine but if you want to put it in that optical I won't even give it a number. I just don't know the next one up is going to be Jackie Brown. I gave Jackie Brown still has fond. I liked going back and forth to that sort of like eighty. Just keep us in so it's what you thought about the movie to begin with so an outstanding inning movie but just not one that that leads up to the reservoir dogs is the next one so be what nine eight seven reservoir dogs I find reservoir. Dogs is not the type of one that I can watch watch over and over again but sometimes judge movies by. Don't you kind of do that to or watch ability. We try not to on these but like that's on a subjective level or I totally agree okay and then because hatefully Salita can watch I can watch that that that fucking unmitigated violence I love the fucking cinematography out in the snowy mountains and all that Shit. I love the whole stagecoach each coach scenes. It was one that I found better than reservoir dogs. I I don't think a lot of people would then I have pulp fiction which I think is probably low for some people above po fiction and a half kill bill one and two on now. I'm up to one two three four so my my fifth one is pulp fiction. Stop there okay my fifth. One X goes deeper into the lowest okay what pulp fiction then so we'll we'll go so read off your ninth six say number five right so you're six is death proof Jackie Brown reservoir reservoir dogs hatefully in my fifties pulp fiction you a couple of thoughts on on pulp fiction if you want I'm not as big of a fan of pulp fiction and you know what I I found that the rape scene with the ballgame his mouth like the first time I saw it a really fucked me for some reason I think I was smoking. Dust or something like that so I had to come back to pulp fiction nine years yeah I come back to like years later to kind of appreciate it outside of all the snippets of jargon that you got from it you know say whatever again in motherfucker that type of stuff so I never fell. I'd never fell in love with pulp. Fiction is as much as many other people dead and I found Travolta's character to be more annoying than endearing so it's one of the things that kind of keeps me away from watching it again and again <hes> so so that's a fair fair yeah. That's a good taken that because that's the that movie there's one that's like almost all universally beloved gaffe. They love them. Yeah that'd be fuck it number nine. Three deputy says well. I think death roof might be the nine across. That's my but didn't you. Did you read the Ram stuff and see the death proof. Some people had it up one two three. There's always gonna be people like okay. I think I thought I was missing <music> out something. That's the one three in writing and all that I just don't connect enough for me. I don't like the hateful eight being a connecting. I didn't connect with the characters in that movie at all. I just didn't care about them. I didn't love him. That's number eight. No Pun number intended number eight number seven for me. Django unchained which I actually didn't think when I think Django unchained. I really really liked it but I thought I would have been higher my list but I haven't number seven. I Love Leo in that. Jamie Fox is great as well. The Crystal Ball's character. I still can't believe he won. He won best supporting actor for that. He was good he just playing a different version of his character from Inglorious Bastards and justice for Alan Arkin that year with argo go fuck yourself and then Jackie Brown at six. I like Jackie Brown a lot. Pam Grier is awesome fucking movie. It's like one of the forgotten Tarantino it is. The one that is not talked about enough awesome awesome too yeah that's another one with a different structure and they soundtrack to got fucking opening seem open same same closing song which is kind of taboo but wow sucre underrated honestly seven through one through seven for me. They're all very good movies dog chain ferry what would be your the lowest rating for any of the movies that you had fleas in the seventy somewhere and Django unchained the night. These are all nineties for me like I love him and kill bill for me any Nine through six and then five my number nine with you death. I think that's probably going to be across the board. It's just proof positive proof positive that it's a totally forget it will movie is just effect like large can't even remember it like it's just totally forgettable movies number eight hateful eight. I'm with Jeff on that too. which is I didn't really connect with the characters on the level? Maybe the confined space was just not enough to work with the characterization each person still good movie but like not at the level with some of his other work no number seven kill bill that combined with I love Love Love Lucy Liu and like what they're able to do with it. It's just another one where like it got two point. I would say somewhere between the summer at the beginning of the second one rodgers gone. It got tired of what was happening. Throughout it number six Jackie Brown agree with what you said very underrated movie I think Samuel kind of gets forgotten as one of his better roles during that era and then my number five is reservoir dogs reservoir dogs is one of the first movies I watched where the wasn't really like the the payoff scene right you know this movie. He's about like a rob a bank robbery or whatever and like you just never get the heist you never get the N._B._A.. Tease you throughout like something's going to happen suspense suspense. Something's GonNa Happen Suspense Suspense Events and they don't give it to you and I think the way he he was able to just kind of tease you like that was sort of brilliant and that's the first movie where I really connected with like I'd say like a more artistic piece of cinema and just keeping the dark and I loved it great great start your list again only so fucking good every every they actually set it up on the fast and furious movies those are going to be hard to rank. I didn't about thirty seconds today. We're this one I was like Damn I actually I've already changed it up twice. Since we started this podcast just thinking about things true. How about you so through six before start out just shut out true romance we not on this list because because he didn't direct it but he wrote it and if you did directed at probably be one of his better movies recipes Tony Scott though I'm glad Tony Scott did it? He was the better Scott brother so big big rip <hes>. I haven't seen death booth so that's on me so we'll just put that as like in a <hes> eight for me hateful eight seven is reservoir four dogs which so we'll go to hate real quick. I felt like hatefully. He tried to take the best scene out of inglorious bastards and make an entire movie out of it which was the the rascal or seen yeah so like I went on way too long. <hes> seven reservoir dogs six Jackie Brown and I I like I make a cutoff cut off after reservoir dogs I I. I didn't like reservoir dogs as much as most people did like the only thing I can really like. I liked it but you know the the stuck in the middle with you seen was obviously obviously like to highlight the one most people take away from that like outside of that. I thought it was just mostly. <hes> it was like a really Tarantino you still trying to get his bearings so yeah <hes> hateful eight eight reservoir dogs Jackie Brown. Those are my top three because I have not seen death booth number five. Oh we go number five okay. It's so it's once part time in Hollywood okay so it's it's. It's smack DAB in the middle of the list. I like I like once upon a time in Hollywood as you saw from my review and didn't rank as high as you guys did it but I I think it's in I do feel strongly. Depending on what my score is that I like the four after once upon a time in Hollywood <hes> a little bit better are two way better than that movie so yeah yeah it makes complete sense makes sense so death roof number nine across the board also Jackie Brown six six no go ahead. Well okay you said N._A.. Yet it will in but it detrick also like I know he directed it but they were trying to do that like with the what <hes> was it. Robert Rodriguez tried to do that like Grind House double feature thing so they're going for something different like fair not like it is a Tarantino Tarantino movie but I I don't put it in. I don't put it in line. Yeah Yeah Yeah I mean I'd rather not count that and have kill bill wanted to yeah throw that out. Bring him in talked him romance. I candidate. I'm like what are we doing. This is one or two movies he goes. He said it was one knocked up. You commanders realized that audience we're GONNA break this down by percentage just to give you a little insight into the vote so I had audience ranked their top three and so it waded by points okay so if you had a first place vote at six points per first place vote three points per second place vote and then one for third place vote so one percent of all total points number number nine death proof one point two percent disrespectful here Jackie Brown a lot of people have seen it yeah coming at number eight one point four percent of the votes number seven in a hateful eight and then it jumps and number six or the audience six point one percent of the vote the kill bills and then number five six point seven percent of the vote once upon a time in Hollywood for the audience. It's alright large number fo that. We're like a fucking foul oil number four enough one hundred Hilda alluded number four. I had kill Bill One and two and Gogo you bar in crazy eighty eight I just I fell in love with that that scene in general I ah I felt for that movie too and it seems like I'm into the whole gratuitous violence thing but I thought all the little reminiscent of a movie that I mentioned earlier the five deadly venoms how everyone had their own you know pit viper this type of Bullshit Black Mamba all that like I really loved that whole fucking thing I love the score everything about it was good. That's why I have so good yeah and then <hes> in Nancy Sinatra that song that Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo do what's his name that song. I think it's battle without honor or something I and one is better than you too. I think it's unfair that they group them together because truly if that's put them both together it would probably drag it down. I'm still keeping an before I can keep going on right number three yeah. We'll go back to you three around the block my number four very excited by the way you see how I'm jumping ahead before Geez uh-huh faulk number four for me pulp fiction again another one where the story construction shows like his artistry like like what he does. I'm just beginning and middle and like how bounced around like what it does especially the mirroring of the beginning of the end in like how do we starts in how wraps it's up. Put Your Voltage Jackson which people don't call him Jackson the asked him pardon my take is and they said that so sorry about that. I do like them. One of the better duos <hes> shelter Travolta watching the people vs O._J.. Great jobs are up Shapiro and again the music it juice juice juice action great dialogue great screenwriting and again music the music this might be this might be my favorite music of all the Tarantino. He's just incredibly number fictions great. This is the first <hes> Tarantino movie I saw fell by reservoir dogs. So which is it makes sense because we're older but it's like the first one that I got into in started really like his movies so pulp fiction and number four Ken Jack. What about your number four number four is once upon a time in Hollywood Hollywood a little bit higher than true? We talked a lot about the reasons. I think it's good bad foods like a little bit shorter bobby little bit higher because it only just edges out my number three but fantastic movie overall T._v.. Okay number four for me is Django unchained. Really I really liked Django unchained my favorite part. Django unchained is Jonah Hill playing one of the Klan members the whole thing and the holes in the hood or not big enough Don Johnson Johnson yeah it gets blown up by Django that Gauguin number three. I just didn't know that was what you really point about Jangle. That's fine. That's good. I liked Django. I really liked it. The the thing about it is it's pretty much there because I I put everything else beyond Django in a different stratosphere in terms of just like what I I hold dear from Quentin Tarantino now that makes complete sense number four for the audience we actually all had different number four's large kill Bill. I had pulp Fiction Troy Django Kim Jacob once upon a time in Hollywood and the audience seven point eight percent of all points garnered reservoir dogs a large number three inglorious bastards and I would've had inglorious bastards possibly as number one just because I love Christoph Waltz is character so much and I let you know you have anymore that delicious milk. I love that fucking having seen more than I can think of but I just didn't like the love story in it I didn't like that love story between her and the jets and stuff and I didn't like that whole the <hes> the the way that ended I thought Kinda got we used the word can't be a couple of times podcast and I don't know it just wasn't a huge fan of largest oranges pro Hitler. Would you want to apply not pro Hitler on Joe. The body is awesome so anglers peasants presents so yeah so inglorious bastards is is definitely my number number three okay my number three you had this one number seven reservoir dogs wildly over it can Kendrick you kind of set all the points high stuff like how it kind of Bates you throughout the movie. I I really do reservoir dogs. This is one of those movies I had a movie poster my dorm freshman year which I like art. That's enough. That's enough transformers dark side of the moon on their little film. I like to call boondocks saints. I had a Bob Marley one. That's right yeah there. You Go Komo really felt poster. Swear to God I just bought one for the Lighthouse was rusted. Trent yeah yeah it was Ross Trent and an college meet Bumba cloud parents don't want me switching religions everything though full-time stone cold crazy ah everything and here's Ron pure. It's like the cost of the Tarantino movies I feel like maybe the best dialogue that's a tough one. I was trying to go in there. What's the best writing writing I talked about a maybe it's just hard and you mentioned large like you? Were watching them watching them and you're like it gets to the point where it's like when you watch Tarantino movie that becomes what was your favorite 'cause. He's watching him bat in the back and they're also good but this one I would say there with the writing and I think the character twists and performances to a lot of the guessing is movies was what kind of keeps you going number three for me Jack Number three my number three is pulp fiction. <hes> I think this is one of the first movies that's as non chronological in disjointed as has this one is where I'm like. Wow this is really fucking. Good like you mentioned before. It's like totally an absolutely destroyed it and still like the entire time I understand what's happening and I understand how this leads. He's into like an actual. Li like interesting conclusion and I think there's almost no bad performances throughout the film even a small world like the Tim Roth scene at the end where it's the it's the wall. This is bad motherfucker on it like it's fucking rules the in the scene I think the one of the most memorable scenes not only just in this movie but like almost all cinema everyone knows the scene scene like does he look like a bitch. Everybody knows that scene whether or not you're Tarantino guy whether or not you're a movie person. Almost everyone knows that scene because they've seen the clip on Youtube or wherever else so I think it's just not only just impactful for most mobile just movies in general but I think it's just an amazing fucking movie yeah. That's one of those like when I first saw you can make a movie movie like this to be A._B._C._d.. Just like how story would normally go. That's a great one at number three pulp fiction. I mean it was an easy top five for me trombones number. I'm I'm also with pulp fiction at number three. I probably one of the first like real adult films films not like adult adult films but like film through grownups that I watched was released in ninety four. I was like ten when I saw and really get it but I still enjoyed it because of all swearing and shooting but then we went back and Rewatch it as an adult in it's it's kind of amazing lake. What like that movie is done for like a lot of people's different careers? I I would say it reinvigorated John Travolta's career at that point because he he was kind of us Saturday night fever guy and then he went onto to become a phenomenon guy and Mike and Michael where he is the angel look. WHO's talking okay cool that is that on Netflix that might be an oldest shit hourly? I really pulled that one out. I think it introduced in these like the introductions of the actors but just like this is me finding out about these actors when I was ten like it introduced <hes> I think Uma Thurman to the broad part of pop culture and I think it really kick started Samuel Jackson who had been in stuff but like before that like I I think that wants launched him into the upper echelon and a lot of that was on the back of a like a lot of great memorable performances. <hes> you know the the overdosing with the needle like just stuff that at the time was kind of like whoa fuck walk <hes> was really cool but then you watch it again and it's it's a really clever movie and it's a reason that I think it was so popular despite being a little bit out other than dorm for the time when when I think like forrest gump was the picture of the year probably quite the contrast between those two for sure well well. I mean just pulp fiction have chain restaurant. I don't think so does they gotTa Bubba Gump Shrimp Company Large. Do you frequent <hes> Bubba gump shrimp now. Don't dig on that. I don't think I'm not sure about them. All just only that I don't get starter's diner. You don't live in New York by this thing called Star Diner and I walked by it everyday when I come home from work and there's a line out the fucking door every time down the block around the corner. I don't know why they sing to you. It's just the it's out of work or in between <hes> you know how a Broadway actresses just sing sing for supper Jesus audience go ahead. Go ahead girl the podcast now if say have if you're a red into like the Japanese of maid cafes like check him out there like entire cafes where it's like a tea party in the waitresses addresses maids. There's a famous chain for I forget what the name of the chain is you. Can you can easily Google that pick it out. We're just talking about theme diners. I am reminded me of that. I thought you were GONNA ask if you've ever been to cold stone creamery or marble slab one of them where they sing to you they sing after ice cream yeah they full. You're entering. They felt you're you're fat orios cookie dough and Eminem's into your your ice cream and then they sing to you audience big jump here seventy percent of all points <hes> Django unchained large. I'm I'm starting to get curious. Where are in recent movie is my number? Two is once upon a time in Hollywood at eighty eight number two as well okay okay yeah. It's for all the stuff that I spoke but I think I blown. This movie enough talks about it. I've sufficiently sucked it stick. I also added good movie going Experience Connecticut Time in the day all that kind of stuff click for it so <hes> yeah once upon a time in Hollywood. I like to from beginning to end. That's definitely a number two with a bullet. It's number two for me. I'm just not going to say there's litter if you want to hear our thoughts on that just radio rewind button. Did you have any olds in your theater that were like cheering at references. He didn't understand San because that had happened a lot with mine like they were just like show like the N._B._C. Logo with some different intro old people behind me like oh like very very verbally letting us all know that they understood nobody reminder that somebody showed up to my feet or an hour and a half later like forty five minutes I forget what it was at this point but it was very long into the movie there's at least an hour four and she stood up in the aisle and people were like you get the fuck huge cheers for the flame thrower by the way engine that big time. Oh yeah take pop pop from the deal Taco Bell Sign. I mean really did it for me too. I I sorta gave that a little and the Norman fell show up in one of the credits. I I fucking Doug that too so I'm one of the old set was excited at the inopportune times. Did you cheer during the post for the what Maryland republics the post host not in watch for we knew you we call that it's the newspaper cinematic universe okay solarge pro Hitler and anti-washington post correct Yes yes they number one is can you guessed it from fifty yards but at the end when they <hes> what security security guard for Watergate I'm blanking on his name but regard they show him and it's like basically into all the president's men and my theatre clapped Eh. They dropped their heart as they stood up fucking applauded and add like this is like going to the vendors for me said vendors role people it turns out Richard. Nixon wasn't really Great Person Ken Jack Number Two number two is Django unchained. I think the dialogue was great but it also I think very well put together story that was not only just like action packed in just fun to look at and watch but it was also hilarious like the lines were very very very very well written and I think that this is Jamie. Fox is best roles almost ever Jamie Fox. I don't think it's enough respect as being not just a great actor. Great singer great show great great impressions Russians Great Comedy Standup and he's great fucking everything he does and I don't think enough people expect affect but he was fucking greatness and Leo I think this is one of the Best Leo's ever had he fucking killed in for those that you do know he obviously put a lot of effort into this fucking torp hand smashing that glass during that scene just rolled through like nothing happened and it made made for a much better movie. The amount of effort he head for an Oscar didn't win. It yet didn't win it. I don't even remember what won that year but he deserves supporting actor nod for that and just fucking movie. That's yeah no that's one that is I'm pretty sure very long may be close to as long as once upon a time in Hollywood but that felt like it breathes by the didn't miss a beat trombones number to you Django number before I am shocked. Kill bill is so low on everybody's lists wow okay largest. The enemy is kill Bill. Yes Kill Kill Bill. I love the whole Samurai I mean just her going to her. Tori Hans Oh and getting the the Honda steel deal <hes> I loved the anime o Ren Ishii sequence with the kind of her back story. <hes> kill bill one was exponentially exponentially initially stronger than kill bill to was because I really like more of the Samurai film focus of kill Bill One <hes> and I also think the strength of kill bill was leaving off on the mystery of what was going to happen with kill bill to and then like that year when you didn't really know what was going to happen kill bill one was a lot more interesting but then kill bill to solid like the five finger exploding exploding heart technique from Pie may like when when that whole scene at the end where like with the kind of what I liked about that is that was one of the first movies I can remember where the main character goes on a quest to meet the big bad and they don't on the like they kind of have this very civil yet tents resolution ends with her not slashing his head off using the secret technique to quietly she killed him in the just his death of him taking five steps and dropping dead to the ground. I thought that ripped ass ripped down. Yeah I mean you raise fucking great again like I have at five. It's so close to the rest of the top five. We'll know that you said is right yeah. I think I agree with everything you said for me. That was like that was the Tarantino movie that came out when I was twenty twenties that Lake impressionable right around in college dorm poster eight-year were like the thing you see when you're eighteen to twenty like in his like your major I mean that just became if for me that became one of my favorite Tarantino movies until my number one came all bro Swear to God roof. I had a Catanha definitely stop nine. Eleven had no choice if I had if I steal <hes> fucking on the ground at five seconds well you studied in engineering. I studied the blade a swear to God if I would have stayed in pie as class an additional semester totally know the exploding five point death technique what kill bill your number two number two for the Audience Inglorious Bastards Twenty eight point one percent of the points it missed out on the first place by one point nine percent yeah. It was a very very close vote wanted to large genuine. Chain is my favorite. Actually I'm an idiot. I'm looking at eight slot couldn't figure it out so Django Django unchained as it it hit for everything for me to all the Little Russ Tamblyn Amber Tamblyn playing the son of a gunfighter daughter the Senate gunfighter every everything <hes> you know you'd mentioned Jonah Hill and Don Johnson every little story. Those brothers that you know had the <hes> everybody that they went after on the bounty hunter type thing even though I didn't think Christoph Waltz was the only disappointing character that I've found in it. Leonardo was awesome thought Bingo scene was so fucking raw when they were Kinda just resting in the living room. Samuel Jackson was was again. He was just awesome minute and Walter Goggin 's not to blow justified even more but he was great knit that Gloria Korea shootout scene in the fucking mansion in silence on Hillbilly Yeah I fucking fell for it hook line and sinker and in certain I saved for certain actors a few told me in a vacuum. Hey you big Jamie Foxx Guy Back Nah. I'm not big Jimmie Foxx Guy. I love Django unchain. I sing gold digger kind of I love Jamie Foxx everything that he does even the bed where he he's fucking driving a stealth bomber summer. I watched the shit out of that stuff so I'm a closet Jamie Fox fan. He's someone who I feel like. In a different era is big. I mean he's a fucking. He's a superstar. Don't Oh yeah different era with how much he cannot do I he I feel like he would he would be an even bigger baby driver. He was great. Oh my God robinhood. He was terrible shot shot in the back fucking head for that but that was a paycheck movie. You're allowed to have a few three fucking Jeremy Irons did assassin's creed spend her two other guys in ghostbusters when we're done I large. I don't know if you've seen roast. Jamie Fox was in good. I sent these guys eclipse so just make sure your show that too large afterward Roy Williams Guy Guy Doug Williams life never seen it. We'll watch yeah. He was roasting shack. Jamie Fox just ruins him British fucking money. It's one of the biggest comedic ethers I've ever seen. He fucking ends him. He's also one of the best last impressionist. I think I've ever seen incredible. Yes he already. J. Does whatever he wants on found that Fallon's like they'll do berry give again one hundred grade again. Did you can do for Mick Jagger ex that crazy fouling selling the wheel of impressions. If something that isn't premediated really pisses me. I shouldn't bother me it really shouldn't I would love to hack that habit a bit land on Ernest Borgnine holy night and see what he can do with that fucking asshole little drummer boy yes diamond by Rana my number one inglorious bastards. It's one of the top ten movies yeah. I've been ranking since two thousand six. It's one of the top ten movies for me to come to that number ten ninety seven hundred this this. This was the only one where I knew immediately what was like I'd like. This is is number one. It's Brad Pitt at his best. This reminds me of partly why like Brad Pitt in this movie. It's that it's that cocky laid back like a edge he has too many hasn't Ocean's eleven my all time he has that with rusty. That's sarcastic Ocean's eleven ever movie all time yeah say Best Okay Yeah J. O.. Blige him type like come on out and look guys had fred's Craxi fucking time Eh Romance he was fucking great into like you talk about a departure from when he does that channels with those roles that they're messing the same but they all neck that one like similar element to them and that's what again parlow I loved him in once upon a time in Hollywood and he he's the best not even the only one in that movie crystal vases character is on fucking believe fantastic test one of the best villains of all time and without hesitation. He's so the scene in the house in the beginning of the twenty two minutes scene and every part of it is like must watch it. It's it is stolen Kansas father's amazing to the no name whoever the fuck that guy you know that movie that scene is intense from the second he walks in and the the bar the parlor scene scene two as incredible and that build up is such like you start to get the sense shits about to go down and then you're just really go for the gun he notices the accent used to say goodbye to Nazi Nazi balls exactly insane and I I love the alternate history in there I get why could be too much. I do so many times he. It's not the fucking maybe shooting at so. Many Times looks like I just got a raw deal but yeah Angoras stories bathrooms is just again. That's one of those where I see it and I walk out and I'm just like I got a smile with like Oh shit like that. Was that's a fucking movie. That's why I love going to the movies yeah. That's my number one Ken Jack Number One for you my number one is also inglorious bastards for all the reasons you talked about. I think it's just like almost perfect movie. It's great pacing the suspense like we were talking about. Absolutely awesome that Marsin Signal German see us the make three like this. They don't make three like this. It's still fucking into Saturday back. In better movies yeah exactly get the fast men and movies where he doesn't have to do a foreign language which I'm sure is written into everyone who was contract at this point but it's great and like even the scene where they're trying to negotiate with the guy for the stairwells. Were not coming down in there because you're going to shoot us like right. It's fucking funny and action packed and I love the alternate history partner again like I'm with Jeff in that I understand we're seems gratuitous but it's fucking rules in the fucking swastika into his head at the end of it. I just like cheering the HOG. I am for Shit like that. I love every second of that movie without a doubt. It's one of my favorites tomorrow. This is definitely your number one trill like I I would imagine based on on the rest of your list. Are we getting job. Angel Baby Make you haven't seen I haven't seen up okay hold on. I haven't seen my baby today. I'm going with headphones on. I need to hold my baby sweetheart. Oh you're sweaty. You're sweaty betty here. She is suitcases and so she she running allow yes. She was outside working out training. Inglorious bastards is my number one. That's a swear word. Don't say that yeah the the rescuer seen I think is one of the my favorite scenes of cinema of all time and Hans. Landa is just such a dislike -able bad guy. I love that movie and that's the gold standard for me. When it comes to Quentin Tarantino Movies Hi Keesa Dada Dada freeze enough? She's not getting. I said large paradise my one thing. What do you think about if Adam Sandler had been in that ooh ju <hes> No? I didn't know that that that's yeah he with amazing by the way teddy ballgame he he referenced the Italian he was his alias with the Italian director and they margarite Margarite they referenced in in West Hollywood is one of the Spaghetti Western director yeah you are off of great but yeah he they wanted Adam Sandler for that and even Hugo Stiglitz also like the guy who played him everyone in the German army new Hugo Stiglitz piglets who say that it was just it was just so much and the broad who broker like Dan Kruger Great Job uh-huh love using the word. I don't like these sticker thing. I mean that doesn't take stick their finger in her. Oh I hate that. I don't need that ever get over talking working Adam Sandler movie. Oh Teddy Ballgame you will tell it's absurd but I'll do the do the one I can't come into work today. The only thing I can do I love the Guy Flees Stiglitz Stiglitz he comes in as Opperman Theato. I have about two do you go cop missy sandler barely winning for the audience so across the board myself can JETRO vainglory masters one large Django unchained audience pulp fiction and number one number one pulp fiction barely though just ahead that was fun coming on. I'm glad leisure yeah. Let me know whenever he wants glad you did this one as opposed to child's play in Toy story yes thank you thank likely so much different movie. I'm glad coming onside said she is like if you have a reason for me to come on. I'm not GonNa beg you and you like yeah. Definitely definitely child's play because you you have a kid. You'll see toy served four and I really felt like he gave me such a Dog Shit Sandwich. Thank God you cancel before I went to go see them because I I want him not seeing either. I'm toy story four either and so so thank you for that because this this movie was a fucking was a delight <hes> so as was this podcast and there's no a better way to end it. Everyone loves having you on but so you don't love horror movies right. What's I don't like having the Shit scared out of you or movies? I'm not a horror movie like now. I'm so we were like talk about old school horror movies. I have no historical reference with them. Unison chapter to maybe go with my kid to go see it because the older no one gets into it but if you were to then to do the top ten Stephen King movies or the top ten horror movies or something like that. I won't have that in my bag like I did. It was such a fucking stellar job with thirteen stuff all right. We're GONNA wait then by the way we're we'll find. Another angry birds two per E. coli by here breaking news coli is coming on for angry birds too. He was like angry birds to you got anyone on angrily. He's got a mind. He's like he's like I'm coming on angry. 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How To Make The Sale | A Conversation With Ryan Serhant

The Playbook

16:36 min | 1 year ago

How To Make The Sale | A Conversation With Ryan Serhant

"Hey everyone we're cooking it up. With the Million Dollar Listing Star Ryan Sirhan on my instagram. Live and he provided all of us with unbelievable sales tips including were cook. It Up Ryan secret sauce to sales. I want to remind you all that. I host a free training every Friday at eleven eight am Pacific Time Two. Pm Eastern a want you to be a part of it so text me and nine for nine to nine eight to nine zero five and let me know what you WanNa talk about next week. This is the playbook what's going on. I'm talking real estate because we have to get ready to the point. No pleasantries I-. I saved a bunch of cats and don't know number one when I diving. I know how to dive in but I don't know you know when this market is gonNa take it's a correction as far as real estate goes and it seems like a whole different market. As many seconds out there no subprime lending. It's been a really short period of time. What are you telling people right? I mean listen every seller who is actively on the market with any piece of property right now is incredibly motivated if they are still listed right now they want to sell those the sellers where you get the absolute best deals right the people that have been on the market for a year and just haven't gotten it done day are not hopeful for the future writes the history repeat itself so those are the best deals to get right now. That's right sal. Everybody you know if you're looking at New York New York spending a tough spot for four years so There's been good deals for a long time but I I honestly I think kind of now ish probably through June is a great time to strike because after that once all the shelters in place kind of our let up people go back to work slowly but surely the most part people buying property you know are going to start scoop things up and we start to scoop things up whether they're really good deals or not. Then you start to remove inventory when you remove inventory and the demand possibly even spikes then he started to go into a pretty hot healthy market and then all the good deals are bad so I would look at things right now that we're sitting stale whether it's multifamily income producing or even just residential. I mean what we're telling. All of our clients are looking to move for themselves and all of our sellers like. There's no better way to show somebody the importance of a nice home than by locking them in their current shitty want. Yeah that's a great idea in interest rates are low regardless and so rely payments right. We're super bowl and you don't have to hit the bottom of the mortgage rates in order to get China lock in present. I have two daughters that are over eighteen and I think as a first time buyer. This is a great way to set him up for life. Use My savings to allow them to get their first their first home or multi unit home in order to do tonight. Dad Not going to go back to College. I'm taking the keep thinking that But over one of the things I see is you know. I'm one of those people over one hundred million dollars in real estate lost properties. I don't talk the same panic now. People are gonNA lose their homes. That you'll people aren't so far underneath their homes like they weren't two thousand eight where correct is going to be millions of homes for sale because the bengals. Yeah this is very much a a pause. The way we're really looking at it right like I in major cities I mean. The market's been okay for a little while but it hasn't been you know stated income loans lines out the door lines it open houses anymore and let me under price something by hundreds of thousands of dollars millions of dollars you know all of our deals are for the most part negotiated pretty heavily if you'd spent it's in New York and some of the other major cities it's been a buyer's market for for quite some time so this is very much a pause on that and it's not what we went through in two thousand eight and two thousand and eight was. I know it was twelve years ago but it really to most people feel like it was two years ago right. People still remember very very deeply what that was like and I think people have been very smart with their money coming out of it. You know no no one with a one. Income is out there buying three properties just because they can't place where we're going to see. Some hurt are probably these airbnb speculators. You know people who are buying cheap property all over six houses because they could just rent them an airbnb. You know becoming mini hoteliers and that can be very tough. If all of a sudden no one will come and stay in your place for three months for six months out he. Can you carry that cost? Cover it's And what you do and I think what you're GONNA have. Though from a lot of people is they're just GONNA stop paying their loans so I know that one of the stimulus packages at the Fed is looking at right. Now is just kind of a for any federally or in the last one to any federally backed loan. You can request a deferment for up to twelve months. So if people use this stimulus packages that have been provided at thank. It'll it'll A pause a lot of heartache that we otherwise might see but there's lots of good deals out there and then just shift gears under free trading on Friday about selling and odd one of the things that surprised me about you where we I is that you're not just a good looking guy you're serious sales guide. I've been around this game a long time. You know your stuff. In fact I'm going to give you a big compliment. The blue smoke your ass but all these people have come up with these BS. Sales programs and courses. You're the only one the only one that comes up around my friends associates networks. You GotTa by Ryan's Program. It's the only program that's more valuable than it costs. It's price way too jeep. I'm not just saying that I have tons of guys on the I've never said it but honestly I'm going to do this. Five to thrive thing. You have such great perspective. I need to get your top three tips on selling all my God. Come on man. I can tell them as I am. You can use the one you add in your pocket. I would say My number one tip to selling is don't focus on the sale. Okay it is a you know a watched pot never boils right. It's very very true. Everybody you meet if you focus on the sale if you push for the sale of your focus on the commission. It's not GonNa Happen Right. So it's the power of positive energy which brings me into tip number two. Which is people hate being sold. But they love shopping with friends. And so if you treat everybody like friends And everyone's just a relationship then they'll look to you as their adviser with the purchase that they were GonNa make anyway except now they're gonNa make it with you because they're comfortable with what you're advising them to do right because you haven't been pushing them. You're not selling them. That doesn't mean that you're going to sit back and be like A. I don't know like a tour guide. Your appointed a bunch of things and not try to get a deal done right but you're going to be advising them what they should do like right now. I'm telling you you're out there if you've got cash. Don't buy anything right. Snow no skin off my back but I think now is some great deals. Here's a couple of things have been on the market this guy for a year this guy for fourteen months this guy over here. I talked to his agents. He needs to sell his wife left. Whatever the situation might be listen. You need to take advantage of opportunity tip number three is this is a little bit more tactical it's My three fs which are follow up. Follow through follow back like my secret sauce. To sales is I will follow up with you until you die and then at your funeral I will make sure that I get to sell your house as an estate sale and help your kids by new places where they can. Greece enjoyed the consistent persistent pursuit of your potential got you so these clips on my trail. Friday sales one but I still I when we met in. You said nobody wants to be sold. They want to go shopping with their friends too hard. Because it does talk about energy in value and your technical person from your training and I think a new course coming out someone told me. Yeah we've been working out longtime so we have. We only put the first sales course out in August. The South like starring. At course that you can get if you go to my Ryan Dot Com is a button right there for it but now but so many people Came to us. We put that out and said listen. I love to learn how to sell but I I don't know my real estate license and mostly will follow me because real estate million dollar listing and all that so we have like one thousand members right. Now that don't sell real estate. They sell like cars or sponsorships or insurance or their doctors. What HAVE YOU? But then there's a lot of people who are like. How do I get my real estate license so we finally figured out how to do it? Where we now have a package and it's called the new agents Sales accelerator program. Where you get the course you learn how to sell set up your career all the templates you could possibly need to be a brand new real estate agent and you get your license so that you don't take the tasks right you got to take it with the Department of State wherever you are but we're starting in New York City it's GonNa roll out this week. you're sorry in general state to anyone who's in New York to become a real estate agents. They can they can get their and learn how to sell at the same exact time and then you just go take your test rock and roll and you're ready to go on one stop and then Slowly but surely will start pushing out into other states and then other countries if I can figure it out right on in. I'm a type of person by person in real estate's been something I've been involved with good and bad and learned my lessons last years. Do you think it is still something that you can do as a side hustle or people like us. They completely focused on one day. It depends on your personality. You know I could never do this as a side hustle. I tried sucked data. There's too much focus too many. You know because it's not like a side hustle to me is like you know what I'm GonNa take these five pairs of sneakers and go sell them tonight. I'm going to sell them on stock. Extra I'M GONNA do whatever real estate's you know no one's going to give you a listing if you don't do it fulltime so if you want to do real estate side hustle than you either need to partner up with someone who doesn't full-time or you're going to represent buyers right and try to do some deals and then those people though like no buyers going by tomorrow right sometimes they take a lot of times sometimes. They move really quickly. You don't know and so that's why it's a volume business right. It's about having as many balls in the air as you possibly. Can you know when that's kind of how it works? But I I've had some very good Side-hustle agents I had a couple of people who work at investment banks who are totally crazy people right. They've got energy like and for like five. Am and you know API to Bid Nights. They're just doing real estate and the during the day. They're trading with like fifteen computer screens and then on the weekends they're showing doing open houses and stuff for them. It works. That sounds like a lot on the brain for me but for other people. It doesn't work what I would say. Sometimes you gotta you gotTa Burger boats right. It burned the boat. And you gotTA figure out how to Swim. And it's the only way you could find real success that's auto now one thing. I know by your course which I really like. Is there obviously a portable but I never had my broker's license? I have a law degree I bought over one hundred million dollars in real estate in my life but customer but I used realtors and people discount discount realtors because there is not my core competency right. I don't have the attention plus the intention to do it but should someone just your house or your home or commercial property or whatever you're going to buy just for yourself it's the biggest purchase your life it can make or break. I know I'm fifty two. I have tons of friends at bought one property on twenty something and have continually upgraded own homes in an office building in our multimillionaires because of those three purchase or even better two pasta. Fred may two hundred grand a year or so in Pasta and then twenty million on building when he retired like is building right. He worked his whole life. Doing the business didn't care about the business because on on the building. It's like McDonald's right. Mcdonald's is in a food company. It's a real estate company in your. Your course gives that background for people that you're going to make your biggest purchase whether you want to be an agent or not your courses will help people understand the business. I saw a kid thirteen that. Say what do I need to know about real estate? That's what I think you're whether you're in New York or not your courses give you these great commonsense pieces of advice about how it all together in who you could ask for help. Yeah yet now I listen I I appreciate that. Thanks for. Thanks for saying that But let's I think there's there's no better job out there than than sales right being being salesperson Not having a salary being commissioned your success is your client success right and vice versa clients to if they're like well I don't know if I'm GONNA use realtor. Listen I worked for you for free like for free until you decide what we're doing together and what I've done is successful for you. You're pay by the hour. There's no set fees. There's nothing right now. I literally work for free every day until hopefully something goes right like. That's that's the best type of person working for you like I have. I have money managers. They don't work for free. You know. Even if I'M GONNA goes down the little thing now listen. I worked for clients. All the time selling their properties where you know they will take a loss. I don't force them to take a loss. I bring the absolute best offers at possibly can and if it makes sense for them to take the loss that year they take it right and I found the buyer and good thing. I found a buyer at that dollar amount. Set it at dollar amount rights. But I think that's your salespeople and real estate agents in general are really there to help you bill generational wealth. There's a lot of places you can make an incumbent. Real estate is a great place to build like Real Wealth. Like Pasta guy like pasta or me. I've rebuilt it. I spent so much trying trying to be a real estate guy instead of just using my common sense and owning what I use lasting with. What's going on in the compressive? One piece of mind set advice because you're born with a quantum happiness gene. You're successful whatever you I keep seeing these clothes like you're a great actor right Sir it would be great whatever he does but what's your key tip to mindset. Oh Man Dude. It is You have a choice every day. You can look out the window and see the sun shining or you can look out the window and see the rain pouring and I choose son every day and even if it's raining and can't see the sun that rain is GonNa Make Shit grow thank God. We don't have a draft short right. This is the shortest life. Wherever ever GONNA live. Misery Loves Bullshit Company Right. I want to surround myself with people that are excited to be alive and I think this this moment. We're going through in time right now. Shows us that more than ever right? I think everybody here knows somebody who's been sick for somebody who's died from this and that's I think we just have to take every day. One time it'd be excited and live life to its fullest man. That's that's the best mindset advice I could give. I love the Iranian pain bringing good cheer. Good luck that's the only got it right. So and you've been good luck for anything I can do. I appreciate you make sure you get as courses books and watch them on. Tv You kill it. Thank you my friend. Take care by what a great guy. Hey podcast listeners. Thank you for listening as always to today's episode. I know you've been enjoying the road. Revenue episodes they are downloading at record paces. And I am so grateful for you joining me. Not only on the podcast but live every Friday at eleven. Pm Pacific Time Two PM Eastern. Make sure you know me at David at Meltzer dot com or text me at nine four nine two nine eight to nine over five. Thank you so much.

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Trump Running Again

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

04:29 min | Last month

Trump Running Again

"Good afternoon would you like to try free. Sample of our double fudge brownie. Oh sure ooh that's very good. I'll just take one more just to be sure. Yep still very good. Some things never change like never being able to take just one free sample and gyco saving folks. Lots of money on their car insurance Macadamia nut. I taste you. Take one more. yeah. I thought so. Fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percents or more. Hey i'm billion dollar. Broker ryan sirhan. And i wanna tell you about my new podcast. Big money energy. What's big money energy. Big money energy is vibe. You get from someone who crushing life. In every way. I talked to some of the most accomplished people on the planet to find out what they did to get there. So if you're interested in entrepreneurship building wealth and learning better habits from some of the most successful people in the world and this is the podcast for you. Listen to big money. Energy on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts. Right and treading republican political news. Donald trump t- that he could run again this past weekend at the cpac convention in orlando and senate minority leader mitch mcconnell's condemnation of donald trump for instigating the january six attack on the capital and failing to call it off and all of that. Well that didn't last long recently. Mcconnell said recently mcconnell said on fox news that he would absolutely the trump if trump one republican nomination in twenty twenty four absolutely. Yeah he's my mind. What i'm doing i'm here just mess. Everything up held them fourth back and forth with it. Make up your mind mitch. Voting for minimum wage. Don't because you're right about me why it's all about me damn and i don't. I don't have much time to really focus on me. So it's about me what i get the hell with the rest of. That's the way i'm looking at. It doesn't work for the people me and my wife for people. Put your neck lewis the money. That's what happened. How you gave yourself yeah. Who wouldn't who all right. We're down with you. We'll have more every morning. Show coming up at thirty three minutes after the hour. Right after this. You're listening. Steve harvey morning show with metro by t mobile. Your hard earned. Money goes further this past season. They're zero fees the switch enjoy metro's lowest price. Just twenty five bucks a line for four lines plus get four free samsung galaxy phones when you switch. Now that's the best. Deal in wireless metro by t mobile empowering you to rule your day all lines use promo rate of deactivates. No fees on select phones one per line with eligible port excludes sales tax limited time offer additional terms apply see metro by t mobile dot com guys. It's katie couric. And i'm back and boy. What a year. It's been covid. Nineteen crisis twenty point. Five million americans are out of work. Mail ballots a very dangerous for this country. Stanback and standby nothing is normal anymore. A lot has down these past twelve months. And i took a few podcast detours to help us make sense of it all but now you know what i want to get back to where this all started my next question next question next question. Here's my next question. Next question with me meaker. It is back with its third season and i am ready to talk to the people who impress me. Who moved me even. Make me laugh when it be nice to laugh. I'll be sitting down. Virtually of course with experts authors activists and creatives subscribe and. Listen on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your favorite shows.

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The Holistic Approach To Real Estate - Bryan Casella

RUN GPG Podcast

1:00:00 hr | 1 year ago

The Holistic Approach To Real Estate - Bryan Casella

"If you're tired of starting over stop giving up yesterday you said tomorrow. So just do it. Make your dreams come true you're listening to the run. GP podcast with your boys. David Morrell and Corey where we share actionable steps to help you build and scale scale your real estate business. Here's what's coming up on. Today's show off. I think it comes back to this crazy. Elusive thing that people wanNA keep avoiding in. Its work you know like early on. I realized hey. Let's say I do take the route of doing marketing in having leads to fall on my lap. Well I don't have the basic twenty-three know-how help on how to have a conversation and guide it towards meeting with them as I'm signing a listing with me or meeting a buyer and signing a contract so I need that basic conversational relational one-two-three guy. We can say and I realized that a very early on and that's why I just kind of jumped on it and other people I think now they just have too many options. You know you have so many advertisements and things being bombarded to you from every which way and do this co callings dead door knocking stead. Don't do this this you know don't don't ever work again. Worked from home five minutes a day and you know you'll make ten thousand dollars. It's just there's so much. Bs Out there man. Then welcome back to the Reggie podcast. My name is corey prop. I'm here with my co host. David Morale David. Hello Corey. Thank you guys so much for joining this week. I've listened before we get into this episode. There's two things I just quickly want to say number one. If you're loving information you're getting from this show we would love a review. I think we're up to thirty seven five star reviews which is fantastic. So for all of you who Beth review a huge. Thank you from US number two. If it's your first time I'm listening to this podcast. After you've listened to this episode go into our back catalogue of episodes and choose one of the many or all of them because David Dare I say. There is an absolute plethora of amazing information on how to build and scale your real estate business and there are some absolutely superb interviews that we have with outstanding individuals in the entrepreneurial space. And you're not going to be disappointed with our interview today. Yes it's true corey. That was a big word. You just used so. Yeah Yeah I would encourage your listeners to go back and listen to the plethora a fantastic guess the bombs I drop the knowledge bombs. They dropped our guest today. A on the run G.. PG podcast. Is Brian Casella. I discovered Brian Casella a few years ago on Youtube. I've been following him. Ever since he's a successful real estate agent and team team leader in Los Angeles California who's built a significant following on social media through his use of videos and training but keep in mind he's not just another the real estate agent on Youtube. He's got a very unique approach. To his real estate business. He's absolutely authentic. Videos are rotten compelling which has an appeal of their grown. But more than that. What I love about Bryan is that he's he started to talk about the real estate industry in his business in a holistic way You know that's why we title the PODCAST. What we did did you know? I've never seen someone GIV raw real estate sales training the way he does but combine it with a universal or whole body approach to personal development at the same time you know. He talks about mental health positively anxiety fear as well as gratitude and compassion and so on and so forth which is really cool more importantly though he talked about how this approach to his business has improved his life and his career and how it can improve our listeners. As well so you're GONNA WANNA pay close attention attention to the entirety of this interview today. Yeah what I found intriguing about Brian is he's. He's ultra successful yet. He takes time out of his schedule. The phillies pipeline. And he does it by calling like I wasn't expecting to hear that from him now he does it all and as you'll hear on this podcast he actually does know paid lead generations. You'RE GONNA YOU'RE GONNA WANNA listen to that part of the podcasts very interesting but also like to add that this podcast is brought to you as always by the greater property pretty group real estate brokerage if you're a real estate agent maybe you're a team and you're curious about the greater property group what we're doing and what we can do to help you grow and scale Your Business in twenty twenty and beyond or maybe you're just looking for change. Maybe your business has plateaued right as we mentioned. Maybe your team curious. What your brand would look like next to the G- brand and make sure to reach out to us for no obligation consultation and get all the dates on the G- in the meantime enjoy the show? Enjoy the show. DOC pitched our guest. Today is someone. I came across about two years ago on Youtube. If you are a real estate agent whose bumped around on Youtube or podcast besides this one looking for insight training and coaching in your business then you might already we know who Bryant Casella is. Brian is a real estate mentor with over one hundred and fifty thousand Youtube Channel Subscribers Three hundred plus coaching members and his team leader of his team be real estate team in California. y'All so currently holds a top one hundred real estate podcasts as I said before guys I emma fan been a fan for a while now with that said Brian. Welcome to the run G.. PG podcast Brennaman. Thank you for having me. These are always fun. And I'm excited to jump in and Grab the bull by the horns of looking forward to talking to you about real estate and personal development with you today however the first thing I know everybody wants to know is how in the world did you come up. With the name of your real estate team original it was a nail biter. Man made a lot of names. And you know just kind of one day woke up and I had an epiphany lights came from the heavens and said you're going to need your team teammates and I said okay. I'll listen to you. You Big grand light you so that's kind of how it was kind of how it happened. Yes Sir about that debts jokes but in all honesty like the first the first question we always like to ask our successful guess. What's it's a first thing he did when you woke up this morning? You have daily Routine Ryan. Yeah I have a really simple routine That I follow and usually revolves around three things. I WanNa make sure I read a little bit in the morning at least thirty forty five minutes. I WanNa take that ice cold shower for sure and I want to get in at least fifteen or twenty minute. Call Meditation Session Session that keeps being grounded that keeps me plugged in and that keeps me a very stable throughout the craziness of my days at having real estate and social media and especially now being more leader in dealing with people you get so many other personalities and emotions thrown at you. You really have to be that kind of common that the storm to be able to deal with it so that meditation definitely helps me with that and I would say those three are my staple like every single morning and it doesn't take long hour and a half. Yeah Great Suggestions Darren. Hardy calls them the productivity secrets of Super Achiever so as mentioned we do like to ask that question. Okay so as I was telling you before we went live. And you want to segment mint this discussion a little bit of first thing. I'm GonNa talk about his actual real estate business right. That's what I WANNA talk about. And then I want to get into the personal development side and your approach to that because you've really started to differentiate yourself with personal development You definitely have a unique style. That's for sure but your delivery and the topics of conversation become You know the word I came up with was cerebral or holistic and I definitely want to talk about that as we get into it. Big words big words Brian. Okay the real estate. Hey Man we go we go next level. How and when did you get into real estate or you know the journey and me? Getting into real estate was interesting Definitely kind of a curve ball because I was a professional athlete before I played basketball for many years after my second ankle surgery. I said okay. You know that's it you know I haven't got lucky in that sense. I've gotten a lot of injuries so it's time to hang it up and You know lost kind of looking around and experimenting here and there and taking a look at different careers and it seemed like when I looked at real estate it just made sense in on somebody who was always a. I WANNA show up to the gym last us. When leave high level of discipline I outworked people? I understood that if you WANNA be the top at anything that even athletics you need to zero in on those fundamentals goals and get a good grasp on them and master them. Then that's going to be your foundation and you'll you'll take to limit from there and as I looked at the parallels between what I was doing before before and real estate You know started checking off all those boxes and you know the moment. I decided to go in just went all in I signed up. I had met with that original broker. Who was actually a funny story? He was my first peewee basketball coach back in the day so when I met the dude I'm literally you could imagine probably as tall as his waist and when I see him again he's at my waist so complete role reversal. And he's like dude. I remember how dedicated you were when you were ten or eleven. When you started started in real estate would be great for you because you have that tenacity and you have that dedication and at that spark is tough to find so I just went in all in after that I just got my of course started and I started do then when all in fast forward now and all that dedication and grind and disciplined has really paid off you're networking king at eleven years old and you didn't even know it? So here's the question. How soon after Did you get involved in the blogging. You're doing and what you're doing on social media. Was it your plan from day one to leverage youtube or did that happen organically. It was wasn't my plan from the beginning. Just forget what happened. I think started it just kind of looking on youtube and I couldn't find the answers I was looking for. You know we're talking while I'm getting licensed twenty twelve and there's nobody on youtube as far as sales and you door knocking and all that stuff. 'cause I plugged into mic ferry through my original office just to learn the ropes and he was huge prospecting and still is you know. I'm just like okay. Yeah I gotTA listen to this dude I see him. He's very blunt and I appreciate that unlike all the fluff. So you know I'm looking around and I can't find anybody and I said you know what so I got an idea here. I can document what I'm doing but at the same time you know there's something here in this video platform is huge. Because even back then I'd already started interesting people like video messages because I hated texting man. That's really where it came from. I didn't like texting. I still don't because it's too much typing. I'm either doing a voice message or you're calling you or I'm shooting you a video because that's more my style and I started sending it back then and I noticed nine the response on these amazing people are watching it. People alert liking it. People are commenting texting me back and calling me back okay. There might be something here. So the void of seeing other people that I could relate to Online and then the response. I already saw initially from the small snippets sending a video really. Were the two big keys for me to start getting into video and dedicating indicating myself to it for sure. Have you seen a shift now. where I know you mentioned? You're getting another agent agent by and you're are you getting a lot of individuals who are seen your video that just potential clients clients. That are just contacting you because of that. Yeah all the time all the time especially from out of the area. Hey Brian over here. North Carolina me and my husband. We WanNa buy a house can eighty help us short. Hey we're over here in China were over here in Oregon. I'm getting a lot of people from out of my area especially that reach out to us. you know I would say probably last year. We did six or seven transactions just from people who reached out to us from like instagram as an example. Nice yourself expanding a bit more than that in the future or just keep just just going down the path. You're going now well absolutely because I think at some point we're GonNa hit that tipping point where the millennial generation reform is in a position financially to start buying lying in selling now because they've been watching someone like me for years and the grew up with me we can say I'm going to be the go-to person for a lot of the real estate stuff and I'm seeing that starting to happen out more more and more and more like this last year that we helped three people who were youtubers. Either Lisa home purchase a home and just got another referral from a guy from Canada. Who is is friends with some Youtube Star up there? Who's going to buy a house in Hollywood and we just got that referral? So actually. That's that's why some of these guys are jumping Ryan Sirhan for example. We partnered with him. I'm he we. The people that are listening to podcasts. Are Being referred to his team. In New York's the same thing's going to happen. I came across you. I think it was about two years ago in Youtube and and actually funny enough. I was putting together some content for an agent training day and they can't remember what I was looking for but came across a video of you cold calling I believe your whole calling phys bows and it was such a good video. I remember you're powering through objections. To get to an appointment in at the time I remember it being so compelling because it wasn't like you were splitting the atom or doing anything super complicated. You're just using common sense responses and getting the end result you need it and it was such a good example of what the everyday agent can do themselves. And I've heard you talk about being good at sales on your on your videos and it is common sense but why do you know the question is why do you need need to to actually learn raw sales real estate. Seems like it might be an obvious answer but I see a lot of agents especially new agents basically say they say I'm going to invent a robot out to do the work for me but you do need to learn to sell if you're going to be successful. Sometimes I feel like agents forget that they're actually in the deal closing business like they forget that right. So here's the question. Why is it so important to not just pay attention to sales training and coaching but also the type of training you're getting? I think it comes back to this crazy. Elusive thing that people wanNA keep avoiding and it's work you know like early on. I realized. Hey let's say I do take the route of doing marketing and having leads just fall on my lap. Well I don't have the Basic Doc one-two-three know-how on how to have a conversation and guide it towards meeting with them signing a listing with me or meeting a buyer and signing a contract. So I need that basic conversational one-two-three guide we can say and I realized that Very early on. And that's why I just kinda jumped on it and other people I think now they have too many options. You know you have so many advertisements and things being bombarded to you from every which way do this cold callings dead door knocking dead. Don't do this you know. Don't don't ever work again. Work from home five minutes a day and you know you'll make ten thousand dollars. It's just there's so so much. Bs Out there man that it has just kind of. I think almost destroyed that subject. It's kind of swept it under the rug. So then when someone's listening to you know Bob Smith as an example. WHO's selling the easy way? And then they listen to me who saying. Hey you gotta work hard. You Gotta learn sales the choice for most people's go the other way because it seems easier the path of least resistance. We can say. Has Anyone called you a cold calling guru. I'm going to call you a cold calling guru through because you're very good at it. Can you can t m that but anyways listen a lot of our listeners. I would say they have some form of online online lead generation. I know you talked about this in a minute. But there's some form of online lead generation which means that they have to become an expert at cold calling and texting But what techniques. What techniques can agents use to improve their cold calling results thoughts? There's so much we can talk about men You know one one of the first things I tell people is this like when I started as I was doing the calls. 'CAUSE YOU'RE GONNA have to make the calls right against the pick up the phone and if you're new like I was back then it's not easy easy you know you're nervous and you have all this internal struggle that you're dealing with the main thing that I would say that really set. The foundation for me was setting aside like an hour hour and a half every single all day like practicing with people. So let's go out on the phones at eight in the morning. You know by seven fifteen. Every morning I was usually on the phone with somebody else drilling. Hey this drill the intro out of the call. This drill the middle part. That's drew drew getting the appointment. Tell me no twenty times that way I have to overcome it so many times literally is almost ridiculous so again on a real call. I'm only going to get two or three days before I get it. Yes so there was a lot of practicing in drilling number. Two is at that time right. I got the my fairy stuff. I just took that as Gospel. I said I'm not going to sit here. And Critique it I'm not going to sit here and I know better I'm just GonNa take the words of this man gave me and I'm going to learn them and later on once I master them and I really know them. Then I can make all the tweets that I want but let me learn this basic foundational fundamental stuff. I K then step. The three was. When I wasn't working I was working on my business and on my skills and that's when I was working on a candy to work on the delivery of the certain words and you know picking up a book on NLP and learning a little bit so at night? You know. When I wasn't working and I was back home back? My Bat Cave you know looking at my notes is when I started working on my craft more so I I would say those are probably the main three things just kept it simple and I said hey this is this is a long game here so give me a couple of months and I'll be pretty good but I have to dedicate myself every single day for the next couple months to really start seeing those results. It's so cold calling still part of your day to day. Even though you're as successful as you are one hundred percent you know. My team is here. Virtually every single day you know making calls every morning still go after. It expires with so grafted the FIZZ bows were still calling t owners were still doing circle prospecting around new listings is that we get. I still think it's that lifeblood and things will change. I think maybe the next year or two because we have more relationship builders now our agent to agent referral for all numbers are through the roof and our sphere of influence deals. You know the people that we already know that's growing but you know it's still one of those I think foundational things. It just keeps the train going and it's such a habit for us now in a ritual at this point that we automatically when we get into the office we could be having a conversation at seven thirty in the morning and as soon as seven forty five strikes it's like everybody just automatically goes back to their office and gets ready and starts making calls. It's almost automatic. Yeah that's the whole point of a pipeline applying. We tell agents all the time the work you put in now pays off three and six months from now. That's the way it works. And you're right the agents. Do Chase the carrots and the now deals they take the the foot off the pedal especially with some success. Start closing a few deals. And you don't put the work in right that got to the point where closing those deals right the most successful agents and teams and whatnot. They never take like you said they realize what rainmaking activity is super important any mistakes that agents agents can avoid so many. I feel like this is a movie and I have to pull out like one of those squirrels and deliver a message and it just drops to the ground because it's so many things Looking for shortcuts. Right a lot of agents want to do that They WanNa rush phone calls and just get them done first call. They'll sound pretty good but then if you stick around by their fifth or sixth call this it's kind of like a dude you want to buy or sell any one of our cell okay no by cutting corners. I would say probably the root of most people just want to keep cutting corners corners man. Oh here's another one that I made a mistake in the beginning when you're new and you don't have that big book of business yet. You're so concerned about the need a deal that you'll throw away or ignore anybody who's not going to be ready now but maybe in like two or three months and that's kind of how I was taught to. Hey if they're not ready in a week trash him and I realized I was asked backwards. Because if people aren't ready now you can still have a conversation with them get their contact information formation. Get their email. Put them in your crm. which I really didn't have in the beginning and you need to get a crm and then you'll see that all this work that you're doing now you'll get some people that are ready now but three four five six months from now? Now you're going to have a steady book of business because all the people that you are meeting initially that were ready. We'll be ready then and I think that's one of the biggest mistakes that I made that I still see agents make now is. They're too busy chasing the today deals instead of building business for the future one of the most difficult things sometimes for real estate agents to do is something that pushes their boundaries. So here's the question. What can someone do to push the boundaries of their comfort zones any techniques or thoughts? It's one of the best pieces of advice that I got back. Then man 'cause I kinda jumped into it. I really didn't have that wall like most people have where they won't make the call. If if you have to start with somebody from the sphere of influence you don't make your first three or four handful of calls to you know past clients or people already know so you can work out those kinks and talk to somebody who who kind of knows you already in expecting a call from you. Then you're not gonNA have that kind of resistance or fantasy that you created in your mind if somebody you know yelling through the phone phone and you see their mouth come out and you're just like Oh my God what's going on here which is really what it is is people have. Their mind has become their worst enemy. That's what's causing all this hesitation. So start start with somebody you know right. Start with somebody you know and then from there. You can work your way to doing. The expires in the FIZZ. Bows once you have a flow going. Because I still to this day. Remember the first session ever did making cold calls. I showed up to the office. I opened up the doors at seven. Fifteen a role played a little bit seven. Forty five ahead. My printed call list at that time you know back back then it was printed believe it or not and I said okay. I'm just GONNA do some regular neighborhood Kohl's and I had forgotten my script that day and I was kicking myself in the ass but I said you know what I you gotTa make these calls so I started dialing away and I remember by the third conversation as the person was talking. I was like man people. Make this out to be so much more difficult than it is. It's simple yeah. Some people are upset. Who cares hang up and move onto the next one? It's not that bad and after that day. I got the surge of of confidence because I said I have no idea what I'm doing but even I did pretty damn good today for it being my first time making calls this is cool. I'm going to do great in in this business and people were looking at me like Whoa. How are you so excited after your first calling session and all I said was I looked at just the reality of what happened? I talked to fifty people people. Maybe two were over the top holes. Everyone else was decent and and it was great. I had a good time. I'll do it again. Like anybody else have any list. They have that they're not calling. I'll call him. You know and it just from that day forward to completely changed so but I looked at the reality of the situation not what was going on in my mind and I think that's the key distinction there for people do it and then the real results not these fantasy dreams and nightmares. Or you're creating in your mind every single day about calling. Oh Yeah and actually you you hit on something. That's key to being successful at sales and that's able to handle rejection. You know the people they can get over the nose quicker the most successful ones because the no doesn't sting as long right the ones that can't get over rejection they'd have terrible time in sales so you really You keep it on on that and that's an important point you know if you're in sales and to understand that Here's a question I want an answer to. I know you do little or no paid lead generation Asian. I believe right. You don't pay for lead. You don't do facebook ads or Google or anything like that What can the average agent do generate free leads and create a pipeline man? That's a great question and something that I've been slowly and steadily chipping away at over the years. You know one thing that I do see a lack of when it comes to people producing content especially on social media is if you want in quotes one of the quicker ways to do that. I've always recommended a agents agents zero in on certain cities or Zip code or counties that you're working and make content around that the few agents that I know that I've told that maybe in northern in California are making videos about certain cities and neighborhoods and subdivisions and giving information about it or why somebody should move there. The top five things are going to find their our top restaurant recommendations though seem to be the videos and not only get the most traction but also immediately designate them as like a local expert and then get people in the comments section and get the viewers that are the people who are moving in so my tip to people is think from the perspective of somebody moving to where you're going to be. What are they gonNA type in? Google what are they going to type on youtube to be looking at in that particular area that they're considering as a place to move and start titling your stuff that and putting putting that in the tags. Because that's going to increase the likelihood of you driving that type of traffic over to you. And I think that's been in a nutshell. One of the quickest. If there is a quickest way way for people to start really establishing themselves and getting viewership for people who are potential customers. That's really good. That's one to listen and you've been in the business business a while and you're not paying for leads but you're killing it. You've just got to be some other things you're actually doing to generate non-paid business right. Well the main thing for for us is you know. I've established myself as an agent. Who knows what he's doing? So our agent to agent referral business is through the roof. I think what one week into the new year. We've already gotten four referrals this year and two of them were actively already working right so that that's huge for us Additionally is through all the stuff that I've done through video now oh when I sit in front of somebody because now it's a little different back in two thousand thirteen or fourteen. When I talk to people about social media and video marketing? They looked at me. Funny the hell you talking about now. A lot of people are asking. What do you do on social media so that in itself for me is almost like a unique selling proposition because I have such a following and and I have such a footprint online now that that that box checked off automatically for a lot of people in will win some listening some clients because of that But a lot of my organic traffic from videos and things that I've done in the past has been in sort of like a funnel for us to get people. 'cause I'll get emails and phone calls. We have phones on my team. By the way and I've put different numbers that On different videos about different subjects buyers and sellers and they always route back to the team so some of the videos that I made three years ago are still generating buyer and seller traffic to this day. 'cause they're getting three four five six hundred thousand views a day. It's just those so old people don't see that right. So establishing my brand and being an agent to agent guy here in southern California for sure a lot of those videos that I may driving traffic an and overall I think just my presence. You know because if I do instagram live almost always will get one or two. DM's right after from potential buyers sellers saying you know me and my wife rationally looking in your area. Can you help us so I think it's a combination mainly of those three and just being so active that has allowed me to keep trickling new business in all all the time. That's really cool. That's a testament to the video. How how it's evergreen can continue to pay dividends down the road? Something you've done three three years ago. You're still getting telephone goes on. That's amazing I still think people if I can add to that guy. I still think people forget that when you are pretty well polished on video about real estate or whatever your particular subject is automatically perceived as an expert to the average person from the outside looking in saying Oh. Who's this Brian Guy? WHO's David who's Corey and the more they listen to very quickly like it's established so I tell people if you can even string a couple of sentences together and you look half decent? The public will perceive you as okay. This person's is better than the average agent. I'm going to listen to Him Ryan if I have a question I'm going to reach out to them and that's all you need. The only difference is everybody can face twenty four seven right. If I'm out on the phones or not doing real estate stuff you see my story you see my facebook post. You see my instagram posts youtube videos. I am everywhere man. I people who who I haven't spoken to in years. It's a damn dude. Any time I open any social media APP. You're the first thing I see like I dream about you because I see you so much and I'm like great man. If you ever need anything for real estate you know who your guys. And that's what I want but I think people are almost afraid of that guys to a certain extent. Oh I don't WANNA be in everybody's face why not if you're providing value and there's something positive with your brand and your message. Why wouldn't you want to be in everybody's face that's what I don't get because is you don't have to be a celebrity man? I don't consider myself a celebrity and all that stuff but people recognized me around here. I mean I can't even go to a frigging gas station anymore without somebody recognizing me from youtube you too but hey that's bottom line. Why not? What advice would you give a brand new agent getting into the real estate industry? Like what actionable steps can a new agent take to move the needle on their business sooner then and how long have an answer to you. WanNa let's see number one and I would say the people you already know or a gold mine and that's something. I neglected when I started so put together your list And this could be the base for your crm your database. Put that together immediately. Start contacting them a sap right I deal came from a buddy of mine who ended up buying a house boo. I ended up originally contenting before I got my real estate license when I was telling everybody. I'm getting my license so we ended up opening that deal under my vice presidents license because we already started the process with them in my license hadn't come in. That's how quickly I got my first deal. GotTa do that number two is you need to set a schedule. Where you're actually actually gonNA work and prospect generate new business? Because in the beginning you're not a social media star you don't have a huge pipeline you're going to have to do the old school nitty gritty roll. Roll your sleeves up. Make some calls knock on some doors you know do some open houses and that kind of work and I would say you gotTa have at least four five six hours in that type of work every day additionally probably in the afternoon you want to continue your education you WanNa study at your contracts. Want to spend an hour or two familiarizing yourself with transactions. The know how escrow escrow all the pieces to the puzzle when it comes to a transaction right and I think that's probably the best advice I can give people and then if you have some time start putting awesome stuff on social media and do some video but in the beginning that's not priority because that's not going to get your business you do it to supplement what you're doing but it's not the king and it's not the first first thing and only thing you do every day and that would be. I think just a quick little plan of attack for people and after a couple of months and you get some momentum going then we can revisit this and discuss you know some tweaks so we can make we believe that the industry is changing fast and furious however going into twenty twenty and beyond what changes are agents going to have to make to be successful. And there's so much which one is we we need to An I still see this. People are very amongst each other in the age of community that very anti with each other. You know it's not like this guy. He's a douchebag bubble blind instead of collaborating and uniting. There's almost more of separation and this antagonism between between teams and companies especially now right that needs to erase and we need to unite. That's going to help us work better. I have so many agent friends and partners that I work with where they have certain buyers. I have certain listings coming soon or vice versa and we put a string of deals together all the time off market just because we collaborate three and worked together right and it also makes the process of selling real estate so much more enjoyable and it's going to start flipping that Public image that we have it so bad add to the average person. The average person doesn't think very much of a real estate agent but would expect if you go on most. facebook groups are just attacking each other like cats. Like you see all those names of the cats like typing talking to each other like emailing another real to write. I even make spoofs parodies on my instagram about that. Because it's so normal I that's the first thing number two is. We've already hit a point where you're going to have to be on social media and video and online. I and I think people still want to sweep that under the rug. But YOU'RE GONNA have to have some sort of video and online presence. That's why I've always been telling people get video. Testimonials get pictures with your clients. Start putting it out there because that builds builds that online diary in footprint. That's always going to be there. Get your reviews on Zillow and have that stamp of approval that when People Google you 'cause they're going to something's going to pop up. Imagine if you have a customer that Google your name and nothing comes up for like your pictures from high school where you're getting drunk with your friends because that's what's GonNa pop that's all that's up people. Forget that right that'd be number two number three is even though there's more technology it's being lost. The the art of having a conversation with somebody and really connecting with somebody and I see agents running farther and farther away from that to hide behind text messages and the social media campaigns which are great but at the end of the day you gotta be able to have a conversation with somebody meet with them talk to them and actually sound and look normal right. I see so many people. They don't look at you in the eyes anymore. They won't shake your hand. They have zero energy or enthusiasm when they speak to you. And I'm just like I do like. Are you like regularly functioning human being like what's going on or have you been taken over by some computer system like what's wrong with you man it. I'm talking to you and you're looking off into the distance. Like what and silly as that sounds like you guys are laughing because we know that's true especially for the younger generation all right let the people that are eighteen to twenty five. It's getting crazy I would say those are three big things man. I mean we can keep going on and on but I would say those are probably three of the most the little things I've seen but especially that first one we need to stop being at each other's throats in this industry is just it's getting completely out of hand. Yeah I'm glad you answered it that way. That's kind of where it was going with it. People need to think about longevity in this business you get run into the same people again. We remind agents all the time. Sometimes they have this adversarial kind of approach to a negotiation. And you know sometimes you have to remind the agent on the other side. Listen man we only get paid if that sold stick up so let's start working together on this man man. We don't have to be fighting because I know it's true. Sometimes see these agents that really you know. It's like they're going to battle with you. It's like Joe. We have the same endgame the same goal. Let's just work on it man. It's a good reminder really really good reminder relationships you have to grow those relationships. I think that's important. Is there something you wish you knew when you started your real estate career that you do know now I would say definitely the importance of building your business long term and the value of you know relationship and knowing somebody over time I was so sales the looking for the next deal. GET OUTTA my way. You know if you're not buying or selling in the next week I don't care that you exist. That was my attitude in the beginning commission breath. Yeah exactly there. We go understanding the value of each relationship each individual in your database and knowing that that's your Gold Mine and how you can build a huge striving business like so many people have had. I known that in the beginning I would be probably farther ahead than I am. Now that's for sure and I still think that's overlooked because people fulfill that you have to do one or the other either have to chase deals right now or build. Long-term you can do both. There's just you need to be intentional as you're doing it to do both and I think that's the key and that's what I keep drilling into everybody whether they're new or not. You got to build this thing. Long-term you gotTa build your database and it's all about the people in there and the relationships that you cultivate talk within that. If you can do that then you'll definitely have a strong business that's awesome. What are your thoughts on the death of the big box brand? That's a phrase. We've been hearing quite a bit lately. it's it's like I tell people And we learned to some personal development life is dynamic. You know the only constant is change so I can't say I'm surprised you know technology's changing changing people are changing. The world is changing. It just seems like that's happening. Same thing with back in the day right after high school for a little bit. I worked wanted a blockbuster and they don't exist anymore. There's what like five locations nationwide or worldwide now and when I was still working there fifteen years ago. which isn't that long ago? I mean they were thriving blockbuster was a spot was a place to be and I remember. I think at that time they had just released those little red boxes where you can have the little machine and you put the DVD. Put your money in and people were talking about that being the next big thing so I think it's just the natural progress of how life is going and the next extinct dies and we have to destroy in order to create an. I think people people forget that. You're the second interviewee who said blockbuster video the other it was Ryan Sirhan. He said the big box brands are like blockbuster. Video was such a good sound bite. anyways here I WANNA get into the personal development side of your life in your business. I actually was saying to you. I actually titled This podcast before we recorded because I have been falling for a while. And it's obviously you've gone through. I want to be dramatic dramatic Brian. I really don't but like a personal transformation or what looks like almost like an awakening and that's why I was kind of excited talking today while you do. Give actionable steps to to the everyday agent. That's never changed. You've also gotten serious about what I call that. Holistic approach to real estate almost like a zen like search for perfection. In Your Business and I think there's something super super beautiful about mastering that craft or disciplined. Right I really do but you also talk about other things like mental health and in positively anxiety the fear gratitude compassion all these things which is really cool. I'm a big believer in that approach but my question is how has this holistic or universal missile approach to Your Business Improve Your life and improved your mindset. Then glad around this topic now to is. This is the most exciting Well there's so much that can be said about about that. The the biggest thing is and I've told us that people for years now is change begins at the individual level and then it will create a ripple effect what society has done in essences attempted to thwart the individual or individuality by putting us in groups. I mean even think back to high school. An example is very cliquey right. You didn't want to be alone. You don't want to be an individual because he'd be made fun of you wanted to be a part of the crew or the group so already right there air. We see kind of like a disparity and as I got on this journey and I started having more successes more wins. You know making more money helping other people bowl you know growing all my stuff. I realized that look you know when I do. All these things. Back Down to like the most miniscule thing or the most basic principle. It's always me getting out of my own way and handling my own straight up. This isn't some sort of outside creature of force that I'm dealing with. It's me getting out of my own way. Having realizations Aha's lightbulb going on and me getting out of my way so I started realizing that changes here. It's it's inside it's not outside then you've heard things such as you know the outside is a manifestation of what's going on on the inside and I started really piecing everything together and then when I started being approached by more people with questions and concerns I would always go back in deduce and have a conversation with them and say it's Union. This is why we would have a conversation about it. And they would finally have a breakthrough because they kept pointing the finger or looking outside of themselves from the answer was here so the the farthest go on this journey man the more. I realized that this is the path because as cool as all the actionable steps all that is that's very surface level this this is about getting underneath the dirt in the soil and really fixing. What's there and ripping out what you need to rip out and replacing him with what you need to replace? And that is where the growth happens events and then as the individual gets stronger and we grow more we can help others even more. And that's what I do. Now keep getting better and better and have more of an inclination to want to help other people. It's not so much about the sales anymore the money it's I wanna make everyone else around me better. And that's been my focus and as I it grow more that becomes more and more focused less about me more about everybody else. I couldn't agree more in because of this. Change in kind of your message message. I think more people are paying attention. Would you agree with that hundred percent a hundred percent. I don't think it's like the coolest or whatever but deep down inside people know that your intentions are pure sure and that you're really here to help and this also is the best and most impactful kind of change. You know I could sit there. Of course. Do give actionable steps. I'm just do the whole raw Rostov like most people do. And that's great to a certain extent but this is really what gets down into somebody's soul and starts realigning what needs to would be realized so they can buy themselves when I'm not there and I'm out of the picture to be able to function at a higher level and that's really what it's about. I was listening to supreme being being and you mentioned that one of the changes are lessons. You learn from twenty nine thousand nine was that you became more compassionate in zeroed in on that because patients as you said I think he was wearing thin before and I think that's the danger if you've been in real estate a long time if you're not careful you can start to resent people and that does affect your business so why is compassion so important in real estate I mean we play head shrink all the time but you need to be compassionate. You really do when you're compassionate with somebody let's say a As an example we'll give an everyday example to a realistic agent making a phone call whether it's to a client or prospect when you are compassionate towards individual it's on the other end of the line and let's say just tearing into or upset and they're just projecting their emotions on you if I'm compassionate towards them. I'm going to remove that element of judgement on them. And when I do that that I listened better I actually can hear what they're saying. And then there's no stirring up in me of any negative emotions from what they're saying because I'm not taking it personally. I've removed that judgment so by virtue of that can be a higher level communicator number two. You're actually going to break through to them but number three you in the process will not lose yourself. I've lost count of how many people I used to. We'd get off the phone after making calls for an hour to an you just feel drained. You feel like you've just went to war and you put the phone like right because energies is. You know it's just merely transferred from one being to the next right. It's not lost. Stir destroyed or anything so by doing this. You now can manipulate that even better. So now I'm not absorbing all this negativity and all this stuff from people and it's cool because it gives you a different outlook on life. Your interactions are better but more than anything you see the humanity and people right. I can't expect every single person to have the the answers. I don't have all the answers either. But it's cool to be able to see people interact with people and live in a way where you're not so reactive to everything right because if you're not compassionate you're literally reacting to everything if one guy cuts you off and traffic and yells at you can ruin your day and it used to ruin my day and I would sit there and scratch my head and say it was just a random person. I don't know yelling at me for two seconds ruining my day. That's that's ridiculous that doesn't make any sense. How how much is that affecting you? Know my bottom line my efficiency and my happiness and fulfilling as a human being by allowing that to happen so if I have compassion for this person then it just you goes right through you know through and it's not a big deal so overall I think it's a better way for human beings to interact and for everybody to live. We could say more clean at at a higher higher level and not be so the effect. You're more the cause. Meaning you do what you want in life. Eight or not so much. The effect where you're just reacting to everything all the time that's awesome. We talked about it. Yeah it is well put. We talked about your morning routine. But what are you doing right now. What's your priorities as it relates to so this is off script but what is what is your your priority as it relates to personal development? Right now what do you do to improve yourself like. What are your focuses? I guess that's what I'm trying to drill down. Exactly what you're doing. I think you take Yoga and I know you I think you you said you. Meditated degrom Yoga now to I'm doing that to three days a week Mainly for the mental Puskas for people. That don't know your this room. I'm one hundred ten or one hundred and fifteen degrees and you know you're just sitting there in your body and doing all this stuff. It's it's hot in there so it's more of a mental practice than anything because I'm pretty limber. You know I've been an athlete. My whole life somberly flexible. It's that's not the tough part. It's just I remember the first time I did it. There was probably ten times I was like I want to get out of this room right now. This is ridiculous of other than that like I am doing more things such as an example walking in nature. Sure you know thirty minutes an hour a day. listening to noises like creeks the ocean and connecting more with that. I like putting my toes in the sand. I WANNA go at least once a week to the beach more connecting right because all the other stuff like reading and meditating. I'm still going to keep doing that. But now aside from that I would say I test where my limit is and edges all the time case in point when I first got on youtube the people who would run their mouth on youtube drove me nuts right well. The stupid comments career can read one of those comments or comment on instagram. And I'll read it sometimes two three four times and I'm just like well. It gets no rise Outta me. Even if they're trying to tear into this is cool. This is let me know the level that I'm at then I'll go visit my parents. You know who I really improve relationships with tremendously because I changed the way that we communicate it together and with one another whereas before after five minutes being with them the little things would drive me nuts now. I can spend a whole day with them and I don't get triggered or anything at all right so again. I'm testing to see where that boundary is spending more time with them and things like that so now. It's more of a putting myself in scenarios to see where I'm at and what that next level of weaknesses or that weak link is in the chain so I can start working on it. So it's more like an exploratory phase. If that makes sense now to see where am I am working. We take this tube because again the more free you are the more you can help other people and even though this is away from the typical sales and stuff like that this is more freeing liberating to other people especially when they witness it. You know like I'll be on the street somebody W. come up to me yelling and I'm talking to him and after two minutes the person's calm down we're having a conversation. People are sitting there like. How did he do that? That's cool that to me is more interesting than just making taking alive sales. Call now enclosing somebody that seems so fundamental and elementary. Now in my being overly dramatic by saying it's a it's an awakening because something changed in your message at some point like I don't think you're being over dramatic. Oh Man I just think that everybody tries to label the little things as that. And it's kind of diluted that word you get what I'm saying it's not the meaning at all. It's that word in the context of people use it and because it's almost become like cliche now to be like on spiritual you know. Go out next question. How would you describe your spirituality like yeah I think it's more just a dedication to the inner self and things that aren't considered mundane which is the everyday stuff you know? And then doing things like Yoga and meditation getting back to the core of what the human being is without all this external stimuli stimuli. That's always honest like our phone rings and the notifications and all that stuff and getting back to the old school another thing. I see now that kind of touches was on. This is like minimalism right being a minimalist where you're not on your phone all the time. And you're getting the bare essentials. Something like that right something like that or people that do these retreats gone for a week and you meditate. You don't talk right. There's one that you do like that in Texas. I think so stuff like that. I would say that's more working on you and getting more connected with with who you really are because everybody fails to realize sometimes that we've grown up ten fifteen twenty thirty forty fifty years being told what to do being program what to think and a lot of people haven't got back to the core of what they really believe in what they really want to do. They're just still running on autopilot. And I think spirituality is being able to regret that control control and start directing your own ship the way that you want to go really really profound. I think you and I go to a Wim. Hof retreat a you mentioned showers. I started started. I've gotten so into it that I'm like literally on the way home from the gym. I'll go grab like eight bags of ice. And just dump them in the bath and I. I worked up to that but now it's an addiction right. It's like such an extreme. You know what I mean. You're it's funny. What your brain does? It's like. You crave it. You crave that pain or that discomfort. I almost right. It's cool. Yeah I used to. I remember as an athlete to after our practices would dip in the ice bath and I would get all the way to here in and I loved it because is not only was it challenging mentally but also you felt amazing after and we would do it every single day after practice so when win Hof came out years ago because I went to one live is events I think before he really blew up. It was twenty thirteen or fourteen It was cool. I was like willingly doing it. I was the first one to jump in and this is fun. Did I'm really the enjoying it. Man It's I've been doing it for months Corey refuses I haven't even shower okay. This next x section. I'm in Quebec. Speak French here. The call it the mall and this is this is the really cool part of the The podcast where where people really get to know you in here in here. This is where they really get to know you. Not that we haven't in the last few minutes you had to boil oil the brand down to one word. What would that be improvement is it? Isn't that Kaizen. KYW's musher okay. What are you talking about? Corey is ends. The Japanese word for improvement always continuous improve. Hey well done okay all right. We'll insert a okay. Here's a question for you Brian. Who's had the biggest impact on your success to date your real estate career? So far did you have a mentor or were you self taught I would say probably Nelson Sanchez. He was my first kind of mentor and help my first century twenty one office. I learned so much from him even before I got my license. Just hanging out with him. That dead I'm like forever and did it to him. I give him a shot like on every podcast on really shutout Sanchez. If you're listening what apper piece of technology can you and not do without throw my phone in the river. But let's see I would say at this point probably. Youtube Youtube is my most utilized and one that I enjoy the most I meet. Let me throw one end. Because you're into meditation and into self improvement. There's one that I use it's called brainwave you've heard of it. It's phenomenal especially for having a bad they I I check my headphones in put on an ambient music and depending on what you know mindset. You're looking for whether it's great creativity or just mental relaxation. Fantastic fantastic so it has different frequencies on there for you to listen to not yet. It's awesome bird networks years. Here's the big one in. I love this question because as you get some really incredible answers if you could have dinner with any three people in history pastor present who would they be in why let's see it would be Leonine from Sparta. It would be plato. And then Marcus Aurelius. That's a pretty impressive table there Brian. It's pretty impressive. I gotta go with those minds. Men I've read a lot into Sparta. So the United States I think would be a good person because he was the first I king in the history of Sparta who actually had gone through the Doggie tune was an actual warrior. So that was an anomaly in itself and then what he went through and obviously his ultimate sacrifice sacrifice. And then Plato. And Marcus Aurelius. Were just brilliant minds so I think asking certain questions to them and getting their perspective on current day life in twenty twenty and what they would be doing I think would be great man. That's an incredibly well. Thought out answer for being put on the spot okay. I know you're an avid reader. So are we we. We'd like to ask our guests about game changing book recommendations. Or what's the first of all start with what's the best book you've read about real estate or could apply to the field How to develop a six figure income in real estate by Mike Ferry first book I ever read it was all about nitty-gritty prospecting basic stuff? It was great because it was simple. Simple and it had a lot of actual stuff that you can put it to use like right away fantastic. In what books are you currently reading or other personal development books that you've spoke to you. Let's see can recommend anything to people. I'm rereading right now. Call the master key system. which is you know if you really want to understand the subconscious mind and how that works a lot of people right now are huge because it's popular law of attraction this gives you a little bit of insight into that but the real love aww attraction that fluff that they put out through the secret and all that right but very good book and simple to read as well another book? I recommend There's another good book that I'm reading right now. That's good on body language right. Obviously if you're a realtor you want to understand body language it's called what every body the saying and it's written by an old I think. FBI negotiator that originally came here from Cuba or something. What everybody is saying great book? Great Book simple easy to to read and gives you a lot of little nuggets when it comes to body language this is why like having conversations with other entrepreneurs just took down a different path very deep person the balance and and I loved what you said getting your own mind. I experienced that myself sometimes just had a bad day but by reading. And even you know meditating and doing other things like what you said Ed is super powerful to get over that and just continue on. Yeah because it happens. All the time happens to me to get distracted. We started daydreaming and before we know he just wasted forty forty five minutes and it just it gets out of control you know. And everyone's always looking to the outside like. How do I limit distractions? I do do distractions are coming from you. Not Coming from the outside. Oh my desk has so much stuff on it. Will you put it there for sure. You're the one that put it there. So you need to get rid of whatever's going on in your head that puts that stuff there so it's just it's a subject that a lot of people don't want to think dig deeper in because it requires a responsibility and say hey. I'm messing up. I need to fix fix it and a lot of people. Don't WanNa do that for sure. Awesome what do you want to be known for like. What's the Brian Casella legacy? I would say. Being an example of somebody who who went against all odds and was able to succeed in spite of that and then somebody who as soon as they started having success was just an open book and really gave back as as much as possible to other people in wanted to see them succeed. I would say that'd be the main thing that's awesome. That's a really good It's really take we're GONNA play. Something is called shutdown on how this works. Is You to auctions. You're going to pick one which means you're GonNa shut down which means you're effectively picking the other one and it could be anything it could be food could be fashion. Could be music either way. We're going to keep you on your toes Brian Back. Here's the first one pizza zone. Shut down the cows zone. I like it I like it. Hammer Hammer prosciutto. Down Him right answer I was just GonNa say there's no there's no wrong answer at the Lahti but if you shut down Shudo oh you're wrong. Okay here we go adidas or Nike Showdown Adidas Okay. That's okay is basketball one. MJ Day or Lebron. Shut down the run. Yes that would be. You know we had one guest shut down. MJ and I said you can't do do that. Checked him to matic removal from the podcast. We deleted the PODCAST. I think actually deleted the podcast shutting down Tiger Woods. Forgo Okay Lakers or clippers. Shut down the clippers yet. Who I went there? He's dead to US run DMC or NWEA. Oh shut down run DMC okay okay sex pistols or the ramones shut down the sex pistols. Okay here's one getting back into your Goth Roots Brian. Your old gothic roots in shutdown the cure or the smiths shutdown dismiss. Yes that's the correct answer is correct. Answer Jenner Vodka. Showdown Vodka. Sure okay shaken or stirred shutdown chicken. Yeah that's the correct answer as well because if you shake Martini and oxidized that's that's correct and PABST blue ribbon or bud shutdown PEPs boots ruin correct answers well he. You're kneeling batting thousand Brian. You're actually batting at bouncing uh-huh and then For our fashion heads supreme or bathing ape shutdown bathing it. Yeah that one I guess you know. I can't really say I. It's a difficult one for the kids to put the kids. Ask that question they their head explodes and then the last one and there is a wrong answer for this. This one actually is a wrong answer for this one hands for feet or feet for hands shutdown hands for feet that's incorrect. You just doing great up until that point you doing great up until that point but it's actually down. Perhaps that's the one you want to shut down so anyways well done on gosh down by well done a little fun at the end there but listen Brian. What an awesome? podcast really. Good to get to know you. I want to really thank you. You get to know you your and your brand better great to hear your story as well. You'd drop some real estate science today. I thought he did really well. There you had some profound insight insight from Texas real estate but also your personal development side. I thought that was really really cool so again thank you well done Working the people find you Brian. Youtube instagram grandma is probably the best. If you just type Brian Casella. You'll find everything. My handles for like twitter instagram. And all that is at Brian Casella. 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The Day After International Women's Day Show Intro

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The Day After International Women's Day Show Intro

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Tony Plana

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21:06 min | 9 months ago

Tony Plana

"I had gone with Mario Lopez. Mario Lopez on soon from the window show and go into intimacy actor Tony Planner welcome to the show Tony, thank, you brother, thank you I know we've known each other a long time and You managed to stay very busy throughout the years and something we have in common you me and my daughter have all done voices on Elena Valur. Oh, I love that show. Dragon Show, oh. You were dragging. See I was jacqueline. Have Jaguar half. Eagle or Hawk or something like remember. I played a singing and dancing dragon. Oh, that's even that's even cooler next level right there. You know I teamed up with Cheech Marin. Chlorine, bleach, men and Whoopi. Goldburg, oh, how's that is clean? Was Cool. Yeah I want to be part of that squad right? There aren't maybe the next one then. Where are you originally from Tony? Originally from Cuba born born and Cuban rate in Cuba till I was about eight and a half to your about eight and a half, so in no accent, obviously no, so. I don't well his time. I thought okay. You might. You must know this that if you if you come into a new language before you're in double figures. In other words before puberty, sure you can pretty much learn the new language without an accent That's a fun fact. Yeah, it makes a lot of said. Don't Cain and still retain your original language I speak Spanish pretty much without an accent, pretty fluently right right? And where where did the passion from for acting? Come from? How did that come about? Monte I have no idea the only actor in the history of my entire family going back centuries. I mean ain't nobody. No other actors don't come from a family of actors I've just. I'm an anomaly. Something something you just kind of fell into or I'm an outlier. Yes, I kind of discovered it. Or discovered me. teacher history teacher in high school I heard me read out loud. He happened to be the monitor of the speech team. And, he said you should join the speech team. And he started training me and all of a sudden. I started going to tournaments. Weekends and winning. So this to the finals. Yeah, so would the I haven't heard of the speech team. So the speech team has just who gives the most compelling speech or what what the judging criteria, so so I worked on three different skills. One was bait, so we can, we would learn research and learn how to debate topic both the pro and the con, for example like at the time. who was Vietnam pro and con the not sure you have to be able to argue. Forcibly, argue effectively argue either side of the issue. The other skill was dramatic interpretation, so you would pick a monologue a ten minute monologue as a long a long shot is from like from like play or a movie, and then you would learn it. memorize it and perform it, and then you would start with you. Go to these weekend tournaments where you would compete with other people doing the same thing and also comedy, you would learn a comedy Peo- for ten minutes, and then perform in the you would go from like everybody competing to the quarterfinals, semifinals, finals, and I kept getting to the finals, Bro and been going. I mean by the end of my sophomore year when I started I went to the California state finals at Stanford University. Look at that now. What did I go? I'm like I'm like fourteen fifteen years old going. I didn't know I could do this I didn't know I was good at this right right? Look at that I love that whole concept of a speech team. That's so much discipline such hard work. Maybe that's why it's no longer around. Kids don't want to do. You know what is interesting, but I mean. There are places that still practice it, but it should be practice more I agree because that teacher. Once he saw that I was successful in these competitions. Encouraged I try out for the school plays, and I started getting cast. Yes, plays I did Nathan Detroit in all the Frank Sinatra role in guys and dolls. I did wonderful character called Mr Dependent, and you can't take it with you. The fantastic I did different. Different shows that. Kind of. You know. Made me, see that I was pretty good at it. That is awesome. Wow, what it that teacher all that talk about having an impact on the life your? Jesuit priests I went to Jesuit High School. I I still I called recently after a forty five year career. How? Father, fading, you know I don't know if you know this, but you're the reason why. I've been doing what doing. Oh, that's awesome, even more teachers that. I had never told you. What a fantastic teacher! We need a lot more father's like that. What was what was your first paying Gig? As an actor. You'RE GONNA love this by first paying gig was It's summer former summer stock share hopping Maria California called the Pacific Conservatory of the performing. Arts PCP and I work with a lot of act, actress from San Francisco and actors from all over the country. And I did we did like? All we did like eight different afford dramas and four musicals I was in You know midsummer night's dream and. Oklahoma and yeah pair gaunt. But anyway, but really you're GONNA love this my first TV Gig. K. was on what's happening. What's? I Love was happening. Where did you bring? reruns played and I played in a middle. Eastern kid and Arab Kid. Love it. Me Amid a man. I'll never forget the way rerun. Pronounce my name like Hey mead. That is. Interesting into reason I got that GIG. Motto is because I happened to be doing a play in town equity waiver at the Melrose Theater about Sirhan. Sirhan, the killer of Robert Kennedy Scher. Wow, and out. We got great reviews and casting people came to see it and I and I had to do a good Arab accent, and so the person at the time to weren't that many Arab actors in Los Angeles Nine hundred, seventy, five, seventy six. And so casting person said, would you mind coming in and reading with an air bags? I did I. Got the part I love these stories. These are fantastic to get a cheque nine hundred bucks. One Week of work I said. Wow you made like. I mean I never made more than nine hundred bucks. I never made nine hundred bucks a week at the time. Hey, nineteen, seventy, five a lot of money to put a lot of money. Working Construction Sixty hour weeks. I made six hundred bucks and. Focus on his acting thing. Like this, oh, that is so cool, so let's talk and intimacy season two has premiered on Telemundo. Mice. It's funny because my system was so excited. Her parents love it and. Watch so for those who aren't familiar. How would you describe the show? Well they call it a super series because I think Telemundo and that's one of the things I've loved working with them, my second project in Spanish for them. Who got wiggle did last last year. fascinating, my first Spanish speaking projects in a forty five year career. Wow, that is. Second One but enemy going to mow. A. It aims high ambig- it's action oriented, but grounded in very intimate complex relationship between two siblings that find themselves on the opposite sides of the drug war And Mike Characters fascinating because he's an established older hotel. Lear runs A. Very successful chain of hotels in Spain that because of economic downturn finds the legacy is heritage of family going south right. And and because he so desperate to preserve it and not lose it. Turns to the drug cartel to keep it alive by helping them. You know launder money right so it's an interesting dilemma where you know there's a lot of people these days who are going through an economic downturn and looking at their livelihood that they've worked so hard to build over many many years sometimes decades in Oh lifetime's you know generations and looking at the possibility of losing it. You do what you gotta do. What a fascinating premise! That's very relevant right now as we shot it in September before the pandemic, but I. I've been thinking about going. Hey, this character resonates now more than ever. People thinking about what's what's my? What's the future hold? Ex Orange. Where did you shoot the show? We shot out in. Mexico Mexico City in Spain allow Mexico City in Spain okay and I'm assuming just like the rest the entertainment industry at the moment everything's essentially put on hold right as far as well. We were fortunate that we finished everything. In December, Oh, great, so you gotTa ocal back at an all in with completed by December I finished my work in September. October and so we were blessed I. Mean some some other projects of Telemundo 's had to be you know a? Suspended Bright House virus. Yeah, `and and they're still trying to decide whether or not to come back I believe they're. They're trying to come back in October, but Florida's not doing well right now. who had remained remains to be saying okay, right? It does so it's been challenging. I know you know I love that we're able to talk like this. York and a you I. Take It. You're in California Yeah La okay. So you spend your time in New York interesting I thought you were out here. Most the time time well I'm both places, but ugly Betty moved me and my family to New York twelve years ago, allowing date okay kids. When the kids went off to college, my wife Eight on I looked at each other and said. Do we read them when I go back to that suburban home in La? The two of us with our kids by ourselves was a no yeah, it was unequivocal unequivocal. No and we love living in New, York and also spending time in La when I work and working in your chair going to the theater in New, York Yeah. If you don't have any kids in your just by if it says you and the. Wife in new. York is very romantic. It's a fund center. Remember I don't know if you know this, but I sat next to your wife in First Class when she was going back to La from doing that musical with you. Oh, wow! Isn't that where you met? Yeah, that's where we may. Do remember that. Wow, wow, you were flying her out first class. I must add miles racked up. I. Well. Even. What he's treating you will. Make sure that shot. That's funny. Well something else that we have in common. Are you still going to be doing these Spanish version of the Bible experience? Yes, my brother! You're playing the role of job right? Yes, I am I'm also supposed to be. Working on that I'm trying to work out the schedule right now. Well plane JC has also. We'll see wonder. Oh so paths will say that where. Are you going to prepare for that? Well I went to confession this last week and baptize my son. You know I'm ready to go. I've been lied. I think you'd better start their. Better start had stopped there exactly. Tony One thing I did see you in recently to that comes to mind is in bombshell. You Played Geraldo Rivera. Know Man. That was a trip that that is a trip. Did you get to meet Geraldo at all or talked to him at all? But I read his autobiography, and and and it was a two and a half hour. MAKE UP PROCESS, wow! Wow first time you learn how to deal with that, it's it's pretty funny because I mean. Some people that know me didn't even recognize me. Yeah, it's hard to later I. Want to say your name was like okay. Yeah, see so. Ebay really transformed me and was fascinating, doing bad character in especially being part of that show. That's a special movie, yeah! Powerful movie and very liberating and You know I think empowering movie, sure important theme of course for women in particular. And working with you know The director was really wonderful and and and also that the cast. You know such an amazing cast that was really special, even though it was a small part I felt part of a of A. an important important film you know was important with a fantastic cast. One thing real quick before we, we started in correct me if I'm wrong, but you're also in zoot. Suit back in the day right yes, sir. And, it's been decades since I've seen that about my I. That was my first movie. That was your ask you. Was that your first movie Yes so? Edward James Olmos. Yes, I it from bear, went from that to an officer gentlemen to other movies, but It was my first like commercial your needs to movie because I. Remember that's right. I. Don't know if you've ever seen that movie. But I I fought it recently because I watched Hamilton on Disney right the the filming of the of the play needed a beautiful job of capturing theatrical event I went to see Amilton like three times And just crazy about it and and lin-manuel. You know then an Almeida's. Work was extraordinary along with the cast, but Zeus to the film of Zoo to reminds you very much of that in the sense that it was a very effective. Adaptation of a play. Into a movie correct. Yes, the amazing things they did ensued as instead of cutting. Like you wouldn't film, they just use the revolve to bring on the next scene. And Eighty almost as but Yuka, we just take you on the revolve right to the nicotine. And you never had the cup. There was a the other actors were waiting on the next set, and then you were in a different thing that would come in for close ups. Is incredibly innovative ahead of his time right there. Yeah, I just wanted Oh. That's so cool now I could talk forever there, but before we let you go I. Want to get you on the spot with quick questions. Quick Answers, okay. Favorite TV show you've watched during quarantine. The Sopranos. Is that. Is that a re- watcher? Are you watching for the reward? Sequentially Been Doing. We did the wire I now. Then the soprano alterations breaking bad after that we're seeing you seem like the three shows in a row. That's awesome quality might my wife had not seen some of them. Yeah, and part of it was me saying Hon. You gotTa Watch Yeah Yeah. This is this is classic. This is what changed American television. Yeah, you're right, which as the mini series? So we're really enjoying it The the the wire has to be one of the greatest procedural of all time. Yes, and you know all three of those shows. You mentioned yes. I mean amazing and. So. That's what we're watching. Nickname growing up. Oh Man I. don't even want to tell you. Unfortunately, you've. Got You gotTa know well. You got to laugh but My name is Jose Antonio so an home. I was called. Pepperdine like little joke, you know. Yes, but what? When my high school friends found out about it, guess what they call me that. Pair Penis Pay Nice. I love it. Feel I got killed in high school. Oh, that's my favorite all right well. For now on your Venus Planet. Does he not. What is something that you learned in twenty twenty? How to be at home. We've all learned that yet. You know really how how? I'm like you man I'm like I think alike in that type as we like doing things. Yeah and. A lot of projects and working in the community. You were education. Working on my career, whatever doing theater and I. I had to learn how to kind of. Be still now you know and Tom with myself not be so defined by activity your. Spend more time with my wife work on that relationship. We know work on staying in touch with my kids. You know every day you know cultivating those were relationships. Because when you're so busy, you know they they kind of lose priority. And you don't spend as much time on them as you should right and I think you get older. You realize that you need to. Know you're right. It's nice that that I always say that's the the probably the most. Important takeaway that I've had during this. Man and All Time favorites set that you've worked on. That's hard I did just most the when you laughed at the one you laughed on the most. How about that? Well? I mean Theater or film? Let's go with film on television. Yeah Okay Okay Film Limited Film. Three Amigos. Yeah. That's right. That's right I. Mean it's. Already getting paid to do this, yeah! Pretty Fun and halfway was probably. I think one of the landmark characters. My career that seems like a fun so. It'd be a you are you're mad at something else in there looking to dig it out on me I still use it on my way. At tastic! But then in terms of. Stevie I mean I would have to be I would have to be ugly, Betty. You know because it was also a lot of fun to be on that show. But also I think I. Don't know if you remember the show but Resurrection Boulevard. Showtime, yes, you know. Something came up. Almost work with you on that show, but then I forgot what else was doing. I got hurt. We wanted you on the show, yeah! Yeah the did it, but that was a fun show to yeah with boxing and the whole thing I liked that it was. It was the first Latino. Successful Latino drama in television history. Forget that where you're going to play yourself we. We. Haven't we haven't hot? We haven't had a serious really Latino drama. Since then they've all been comedies. You're exactly right. We're going to have to revisit that then sooner, and and hopefully we'll work together again so I. Really enjoyed talking to you. Thank you for having me all right well. That is penis. Shame Nuke and watch him. Coming down put a mask on. I. Didn't give you the name I love that name. He's going to catch a flight I shared that with you. On the radio. You're using your abusing. The nationally syndicated radio show. No one will hear Peppino. Listen Watch. Let me go into Mojo's nightly on Telemundo. Let you. I hope I see you in a crowded restaurant in the near future, and you're really far away and Yelp Pena's. Boy, buddy will not I will not respond. Will, not respond. Tony Thank you God. Bless, you brother! Family. We'll do take care. Remind your wife about that. Airplane flight will. I will diller her on with Mario Lopez.

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Johnjay & Rich: After Words

13:09 min | 6 months ago

This isn't safe for radio.

"Your about to listen to our afterwards podcast in the best way to describe it as this is not okay for radio. That's how this podcast. A podcast but enjoy this is afterwards John. Jane Rich. This show after the show. About the show John Gene rich percent after words. Okay it's time for podcast. Grant is here now just to sit up grant little background. Are Video Ghafur, but also grew up in a funeral home if very dark mind if you will thank you. And I forgot where we're going this you're make this is a game. We're GONNA, come up with on the air this Halloween. So it's okay to get a little dark right this very dark. So I, sit on the but. This is not not okay for radio like all caps for a grant to say that scares me yes leaking were having a similar conversation I was I. Don't think this is okay for a podcast realistically, we'll find out So I've I've kind of made three games. I'M GONNA write design is to sell it as this is not. This is this is definitely not okay So obviously true crime is a big deal. You know that they genre of TV movies, all that stuff podcast. So a lot of people you you're aware of names you hear a lot of the you know killers, names, you hear people victims, the names, and you get used to hearing all this stuff and what's what's the use for that information other than you know maybe playing a game Halloween Week right? Like realistically life. So I've made three little mini games That are all very inappropriate under normal circumstances probably under any circumstance, Halloween works at Halloween it's Halloween all fun and Games. So the first part one of the game is I call this killer connections. I don't know if you remember celebrity connections of from back in the day, we used to play where I would name a celebrity, and then you would name a celebrity related to that CELEBS, right? Okay. So this is similar. In the sense that I'm going to name someone in that person. I this is where it gets weird person maybe murderer or may have been murdered. Okay. Okay. So you have to you have to connect the dots here account can I borrow piece of paper tapes? Absolute. To I'm just. Way. Thank you okay. So round, one killer connection name is your Buzzer in this game. Being good at this game isn't necessarily a good thing in life just to let you guys know. It's not something to be proud of. So here we go. Killer connections question one. Nicole Brown Simpson Richer. I heard. The I heard rich. Sadly, she was a victim do who is the the other name connected allegedly OJ Simpson correct rates on the board. Is that good energy for directing. ME. Okay. That was an easy. What to Trinidad's? That's an easy. Demo yeah that's that's list. Start a slow slow. Okay. Sharon Tate Judge John J Victim. Charles Manson cult correct very good John J. Yeah. squeaky from. What G of? Giovanni Ver- Saaji. John. J. Vanessa Andrew. Cunanan. Correct commanding the John Jay van has your wife last my wife's high school friend killed. They wrote in each other's yearbooks blue. Friends so weird. Okay. So we got you tell your friends if you go to the movies like I was talking guy yesterday. Talking to this guy yesterday this and this new friend of mine in town about some issues with somebody else we're friends would go to the movies. And he looked like what I go. That's how I tell if your friends are not go to the movies. Cages. Relationships John. Cry. We got bored with two points rich on the board with one Suzanne Kyle not on the board yet don't I know he's got to know the victim we this is just Okay. So you're just get. Beaches Domino you guys are bonus though. Okay. All right. So killer connection name, the connection. John F. Kennedy Rich. Rich Barra, he was a victim. Killed by Sirhan Sirhan. Right. Jazzy. Act Three points for John Jay. Suzanne Kyle we got. The boring. All right. All right, Theresa. Hall Balk. Oh Kaga. syracus. Theresa Hobart. Buzzing Kyle but I don't have the actual name but I'm thinking since nobody else does it is the How to cure. Any part of that. No Burst. that. Ivory. Something, ivory. Joey Joey. We are we giving her library ain't now we can. Steven Avery. Run? Uncle Phil. Not Kill connection. I May skip this on the podcast. Scott Peterson. Tragic. John J van s he killed Lacy Peterson. He's a murderer correct four points for John Jay. Killer connection. Kitty Menendez Judge John J, victim she was killed by her sons. The Menendez brothers, we have I need lyle. In Eric Karanja. Believe. ME. No I didn't do so well. Elite. Could. Give grant or run for. Pay. We got married to one still married to a beautiful beautiful supermodel day man I need to go I do. All right. So now that's you know that was killer connection. So that was fun So now I'm going to one. Now. We're going to play a quick round of I name a killer or victim, and you name the documentary or TV show. itself. We've got a few a few fun ones few that I think you'll know if you won't know. So it's either. It's either the name of the movie or the person. So whatever movies associated with that okay. All right. We start with Steven Avery. Judge. A. Judge j the making of a murderer correct. Wow two thousand seventeen incredible incredible. Michael Peterson. Michael. Staircase staircase staircase. On the board with Walleye finally finally. Okay. Name the documentary associated. With. Aunt Diane which. Rich Sarah. Don't F with cats judge. John Ridge. Incorrect Jj what happened to anti an incorrect for what is that just was watching it. Whatever happening Diane incorrect as well. Something happened at Dan. There's something wrong with. Talking. points. Good guests. All right. Robert durst. Jiji John. J Venus. The second pass. I just it's Three I go. Gosh to I can give it I. Give you everything about it. He confessed at the end of the documentary rich. At the urinal. By that's not an answering Ridge Barra I. think it's called a grudge or the the no ooh. I'm close though right the the. Buzz both yet the JANK's. Right. Okay. So now we're going to do We'll do one more in this, and then we'll move onto our last and speed round. Ted Bundy cal like a million different documentaries. Is there one. Can you give me one Ted Bundy on Netflix? On showtime. Literally, ever do. Bundy tapes I will accept that. Help you know judges running away with this one. Okay. So now this is just Kinda Fun Third Little Mini game here something I thought we could do together. This is called cult community community a cult community group or Strip club. Little. Like all right. So names your buzzer again, this is going to happen fast guys. Okay. All right. Heavens, gap. Kyle and all direct. WHOA. Three points coming back. Strong. All right. They kill themselves extra my my my boss's house Oh my. Ego San Weird connections. You have way too many connections. Yeah Colt Community member or Strip club. The branch Davidians. I. Definitely cult Karagwe. Cult community group or Strip club. Heaven's door. Kyle Strip club Korea. Very good. Very. Good that. Is. A Community Heavens. Doors. Is You just called the door. Oh. Yeah. That's it. Wow I. was the kid. Old neighborhood, the door, the door pickups. Church was Luke I. Remember being in Eighth Grade Walking home. Someone came up to me trying to be about God in hand me a flyer for the door. Church. Back all kinds of. Two topics. Okay. All right. Cult community group or Strip club. The peoples. Temple. Kyle community. Article Incorrect. Anchor Act a cult called sit as a call nobody gets Alan people sample I'm never good at this church one. Alright. To Call Community member community group or Strip club. SAPPHIRES CAP. Strip club correct five points for Kyle I've seen fires. All right. Colt. Community Group or Strip club order of the Solar Temple. Kyle Kyle cold correct. Okay. Colts community, group or Strip club. The ELKHART county shriners club. Group, all right with that Kyle took the lead and raw. A while. On the air fun. Well it's Halloween. Thanksgiving. True True. But it's It's it's saying, Hey, man, you put out this movie sinister it's a little. That's a little insensitive but not that's not a happened to an actual family. How do you know? How do you so okay. So Amityville. No Yeah. I don't I ain't laughing at it. So and She didn't win. Untrue. That's name. Well Dunn Grant. PAD CAST had cats add. All right.

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Springtime Poetry

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

06:09 min | 3 weeks ago

Springtime Poetry

"It's women's history month and kohl's is proud of the talented women who make a difference every day at kohl's like the women who make up their kohl's diversity design council a group that includes female designers who've developed a special product line promoting the empowerment of women but calls isn't just elevating this generation of women there elevating the next generation to kohl's invested one hundred thousand dollars in the smart girls program part of the boys and girls clubs of america to help club members. Navigate adolescence learn more at kohls dot com. Hey i'm billion dollar. Broker ryan sirhan. And i wanna tell you about my new podcast. Big money energy. What's big money energy. Big money energy is the vibe. You get from someone who was crushing life. In every way. I talked to some of the most accomplished people on the planet to find out what they did to get there. So if you're interested in entrepreneurship building wealth and learning better habits from some of the most successful people in the world than this. Is the podcast for you. Listen to big money. Energy on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts. I've been it's been more than a week or so. A resident poet is back with the brand new mom. It is time. Let avid junior which it is the first day of spring shrugged after. I wrote a poem spring but before we get to the poem. I would like to wish janati brown happy birthday. He's the new brown birthday jap thinking about bank of obama right in pardon appreciate jan. Look this poem. Here's first seventy nine is out here as i like your surely. It is the first day of spring. So i wrote a poem in his call for their spring genius. I got on your. You're surely it'd be come at it. Come and go becoming goes and you gotta get it so he could go. I asked bring the first day of spring raiding. Asa hit a robin singh which mask on plasma flowers go too late but whatever you do. Keep your masks gone for goodness sake. It's time for short sleeves and dresses. If mike bessis 'cause i've come out in spring so furthest spring rigged eating go outside on the end got it he'll degree. Wow that i've talked about. Don't talk about making a nasmyth. Spring here got hit a reggae that led to that round with rain screen. That's all we put it in the around with spring reagan. They did that. What a junior of your poetry normally. But what was the fat biker vests and yeah i think about because you know people dressing up short sleeves and dresses and fed biker. Bessis because you're gonna see a lotta that this summer it's basis basis. They don't feel this on the bike. This businesses more than one up about the motorcycle ride is more than wash airbag. That michael bessis. You couldn't even say right now. You can have vessels in here because you want to make sure they have a variety go in the store and said do you have this not just now just not want to see the best assess. What a karla epi one carlin been poet in man but back muscles thompsons pandemic all right. Well thank you junior thirty four minutes after the hour. Anita baker new. She's asking her fans not to buy her music. And we'll tell you why right after this. You're listening to hardly morning show in a noisy stressful world. Quiet is the most valuable commodity and the cabin of every lincoln vehicle is designed with this principle in mind. should you desire little more melody. Are available revel audio system will not disappoint the very same engineering. That makes for a whisper quiet. Interior provides a studio like setting in which to rock out to your music finding harmony. All around you. That's the power of sanctuary and that's lincoln logo trademarks of harman international industries british united states and other countries. Hi this is bill clinton. Please join me on one telling you. Why am i telling you this wine. I telling you this because it is your future on the line from listening to my relatives and neighbors around the kitchen table or at my grandfather store. I learned that everyone has a store and at everyone story has value once. You've heard a person's hopes and fears where they've been and where they want to go your differences sort of slip away after years of being interviewed. I'm looking forward to doing the interviewing to having conversations with some of the most fascinating people. I know in sharing stories that are saved our lives. We'll talk about ideas. Deserved more attention. About how science technology and design or improving our lives and about why we should be hopeful and optimistic about our future. Listen to why. Am i telling you this on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts.

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03/04/21 DPS Hour 2 Frank Caliendo

The Dan Patrick Show

48:10 min | Last month

03/04/21 DPS Hour 2 Frank Caliendo

"Ever wonder just how far an extra mile really goes drive a mercedes benz van and find out they offer a variety of powerful and efficient vans. That can run on your choice of either gas or diesel like the durable mercedes benz sprinter or that versatile mercedes-benz mattress each tailored to match your work or play lifestyle. So take a test drive. Take that first. Step into an authorized mercedes-benz van dealership for a test drive mercedes benz vans. Hey i'm billion dollar. Broker ryan sirhan. And i wanna tell you about my new podcast. Big money energy. What's big money energy. Big money energy is divided. You get from someone who was crushing life. In every way. I talked to some of the most accomplished people on the planet to find out what they did to get there. So if you're interested in entrepreneurship building wealth and learning better habits from some of the most successful people in the world. Then this is the podcast for you. Listen to big money energy on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your pockets. You are listening to the dan. Patrick show on fox sports radio hour to on this thursday dan and the danettes. Dan patrick show. I'm bouncing watching tv. Last night i watched the seventy sixers in the utah jazz portland in golden state and was also watching episodes of ted lasso. By the way jason sudan because his wonderful he just won a golden globe but he goes over to be a coach in the premier league. And he's he's wonderful. It's so it's cast so well but he goes from being an american football coach in kansas. I believe and then he goes over to. He knows nothing about soccer. And he's great but the casting is wonderful as well ted. Lasso can't say enough about how great it is and you get a chance. Give it give it a go. You'll love it. You'll be disappointed. There's only one season so far. Because now i'm you know i ration out how long it's there about the episode's around thirty to the thirty four minutes maybe at the most and so i'll slow it down on all purposely pause it and then come back because i don't want the episode to end but can't wait for season. Two of ted so yes. I was so bummed. The first season ended. 'cause i love that show. I absolutely loved it. And i was so bummed when the season was over and my wife was like. Oh what are you going to do without your friends. Who got to take a shot. Because i was so invested in who these people are. It's the best show but don't you hate when your wife comes in when you're watching something and she wants to have you explain everything of also what do you want. It's ted lonzo. Who's ted lonzo jason sudoku. What's it about. Well he's he's a soccer coach. And i thought you didn't like soccer. Well no i like this. Because he's not a soccer coach. He knows nothing about it ahead of to get the job because they want him to fail. Wait so the owner wants him to fail. And then i'm going. Never let me talk to you tomorrow about this like babe. I would never do this to you. During like great bidder british baking show. Yeah which that show is awesome. But i would never be scones. Why are they making scones. Do they put flour and that. Why do you cook it at that temperature. Like watch the show downton abbey. I never interrupted my wife. Bridgeton never interrupted my wife. Never like i'd see it. And i'm just going to keep on moving here but if i'm watching it all of a sudden you know. I watched the billie eilish documentary. And then she goes. What are you watching billie. Eilish you like billie eilish. I said i have great respect for somebody that young to do what she's done. Yeah absolutely and then. I'm explaining the billie eilish documentary. While i'm watching the billie eilish thank god. She didn't come around. When i was watching the takashi six nine documentary she never would have understood that. Yes according to sources ted lasso. Season two is filming now. They started last week. It should be released in summer. July or august ted lasso season three has been green. Lit appears it's going to have at least three season. I love it. Casting is great on their yes. Tom is it okay. Ask questions during commercial break if your wife is watching something you're casually walking by and you're getting into it a little bit and you don't want to bother during the actual content but during a break you've thought grilling request. You watch shows with commercials. This is streaming. That's the difference so you have to wait till entire over progress. Yes like you watch something on. Abc urgent commercials right trump into your commercial break of real housewives. I was like why is joe pissed off. It's a reset understand why they have. You watched basketball wives. I did the other day okay. First of all they're not wives i th. I think they're desperate for wives so they have girlfriends too. So it's basketball it should be basketball wags right. Isn't that wives and girlfriends. Yeah yeah yes mclovin. They're not nba players either. They're all g. league. Or you're like kwami brown's girlfriend that's not really basketball wives. He's not a basketball player. And that's not your wife. But other than that. And i did do a dry because i thought. Oh what are they talking about. And then i went. No no no. It's good can't do it like that's when you go. Hey i can't. there's no more bachelor episodes. Oh you don't wanna a real housewives of that's when you go really low with basketball wives there yes mclovin. I mean genero. Pardo's wife is not exactly a must see. They're good but you're like. Oh yeah. I sorta remember that guy. I also watched shack last night wrestling. He's forty eight years of age. He's the biggest man on the planet aside from yao ming but when he's in the ring when you see guys that you think are large wrestlers and you realize i mean shack is i guess. An honorary member of the bills mafia. Because he was knocked through some tables knocked out of the ring and it was pretty impressive. Cody rhodes was impressive. What shack did but you know. He's he's a big dude so lucky. That table happened to be there when he fell. I knew that that was the exact spot is gonna fall because the other three parts of the ring there was no table and then he In an ambulance to he had to he had to bend his knees to get into. Uh he's a treat. Is he the most famous person on earth. I'm talking about being recognized. Now you know. Michael jordan is but michael. Jordan hadn't played in a long time so if shack walked into a grade school with eight year olds in china. Right or a an old folks home with five year olds. Everyone knows who shack is because of his presence and famous like chris renaldo is a very famous soccer player. Yeah puts on a pair of glasses and a hat. You may not notice them. If shack puts on glasses and a hat. It's still shack. Cristiano rinaldo could be in beverly hills. Walking around. lebron is really famous. I would say tiger woods is still the most famous person. Can you think of somebody who has bigger recognition. Worldwide than tiger shack can hide tiger. Could hide size when you're around shack and i try to explain this to people when you think somebody is big or tall and then when you see shack and he's big and tall but then yell ming makes i mean he. He towers over shack yell. Ming might be the biggest man on the planet but shack probably is up there on the shortlist of most recognized like biden to china. Kids aren't gonna know him but shaq goes there. Everybody is going to know him. Yeah polling couple of years ago were minnesota where flying back for the super bowl and iran barkley at the airport. He was coming in town. We're leaving and barclays a big guy. He's not as tall as shack. Obviously but he's a big presence and he was walking through the airport. It was like a piece of candy with aunts. People were just flocking barkley. He couldn't stop her second or twenty and he's also beloved barkley. People have a great image of him. People wanna talk to them. I chuckled. I can't stop can't stop. He's had high but he kept going and it was like a throng of people boundary but also shack does commercials. You know if you think of what he's done with papa john's and you know that whatever that the general i mean he's he's got like five or six of these commercials that so he's he's always there. He's on the nba inside the nba tnt. And of course the legacy is a basketball player. Yes you know who are two people that are crazy famous more famous than i think. People realize will smith the actor. He's crazy famous all over the world and the rock the rock. Okay yeah the the rock. I'll give you. They are crazy. Famous will smith yup will. Smith is a mega super. Good jillian star. He's gigantic and you would never even realize it. But what's that from the fresh fresh prince. I think he you know he went on a run of like every ten years or something like that owning fourth of july because he had released a new blockbuster and in black like massive movies men in black independence day at all. A heads movies for a while i had. My numbers are a little wrong but he would release a blockbuster on fourth of july every year every other year. And they all did like a billion dollars jordan. Doesn't you know with the documentary. Then he was reintroduced or introduced to a new generation. But he's more of a recluse like jordan's not out there. You might seem at a basketball game. But he's not interviewed. He did the documentary. But he's not readily available. He does have the jordan brand. But you don't see michael jordan. Even commercials i think he did the hanes underwear commercials with charlie sheen. But he doesn't do too much. Yeah pulling back in the day for the discussion ten years ago. Michael jackson may my one as far as is ability. You because he's been famous. He's for around the world yes. Mclovin have cricket that sport. I know the numbers cricket or right there with soccer. They're huge huge. I know but i could take the biggest cricket player in world that there is one guy. I don't know his name but there's one creek. Plenty comes to the united states. Not a single soul knows him catch up a shack goes. It goes to indian. They're gonna know shack in india. Okay michelle you're right. My daughter went to india. They wanted pictures of her because she has blonde hair like they were like fascinated. Imagine shack on. India be like. Oh my god. That's a monument. That's moving that statues moving. That must be tough to like like we were signing. Cristiano renaldo put a and glasses on and probably hide from fifty percent of the people on the street. If you wanted to walk check has no hide ability you know. He can't think there's nothing you can do. The he's such a he's he's so he's bigger than you think he is when he came in when we were in atlanta at the super bowl and when he walks in. I just can't imagine so. I'm taller than steve nash mike. I'm i'm heavier than steve nash. I can't imagine steve. Nash going against shaquille o'neal like i i just couldn't imagine and that's the first thing i thought of is. How do you drive on this guy or you get out of the way of his elbows. Never gonna take a charge. I mean i'm same size. John stockton and i'm thinking how. How do you go against somebody like that. And then you realize how. Ming is even bigger than shack. And i'm fascinated by shacks day to day life. If he was to go buy a new car he can't just buy it off the lot. I mean you're mclovin six four. He's driving a car like an suv. And he's got like put the thing all the way back checks eight inches taller. One hundred pounds happy. Well i think he got one of the mercedes. Benz sprinter vans. And so they they outfitted and just at the seat and then they deliver it to you. Yeah but he can't do. The things like neural people. Like if you want to go buy a pair of jeans. He's just run to the mall. no i know. He's people for that but he people forever. they just can't seem in a mini cooper. Anytime soon married that buick. I know i went nez. No way here's a buick. a slide. Net view yeah but those guys will get the back seat taken out or the backseat becomes their front-seat with these guys who are seven footers already Welcome to the program as you tell already in progress frank caliendo the Great comedian will join us coming up. He played a role in recruiting. Jj watt to the cardinals. Franks big arizona cardinal fan. He'll join us coming up. 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And that's thirteen in a row the rockets are scrappy. But the talent level in brooklyn is that's a whole different stratosphere right now and hardened looks comfortable. He looks in shape. He wasn't in shape with houston but had triple double last night economical last night. Ten fifteen from the floor triple double. But there's always a caveat with harden you know. We already know that he can do it and do it. At a very high level in the regular season this is about. What can you do a grueling. Seven-game playoff series defense tightens up a little bit facing the same opponent for seven games in a great spot. Houston's left with basically nothing and a lot of questions about their futures they move forward but james harden moves on and Apparently you know all's forgiven maybe not forgotten but always forgiven and dwayne of james harden from last night seton. Here's harden after the game. Hopefully this of the right obvious that came up short of a championship but to work on and off the court output in over those past years was elite. Obviously the only thing. I didn't do or didn't accomplish as chevy show which is difficult to obtain as far as in bringing excitement to the city taking care of the fans on and off. The court is something that i try to contribute so hopefully that outweighs that i i left it up to houston fans. I didn't have a say in it. I didn't care you wanna boom boom. You won't cheering jerem. Like i mean there weren't that many people there i don't know if it was really gonna impact harden it's not like sometimes when a guy leaves. Then he comes back and then the fans boo him every time he touches ball. I watched it was. James harden just a james harden and a different uniform. They're club i was going to pitch a poll. Question are the nets the favorite in the east. There's only three teams with winning records of the he's basically philly brooklyn. Milwaukee comes down to health if those three are healthy then of course they are of course yeah. They would be the favorites in the entire. Nba right now in my opinion in. That's with anthony. Davis coming back until i see the supporting cast with the lakers. Step up then. I would probably look at brooklyn with those three because you can't match those three. You might have a better all around team. You might have more depth but you won't have three that matches their three love chemistry concerns because it looks great with harden and kyrie right. Now if you add you know what. I mean like as a possible the too much of a good thing. Well i think a month ago i worried because the kyrenia but then kyrie made the wise choice to say to james harden. Your our point guard. It was obvious to everybody. I didn't know if it was obvious to kyri kyrie's role. I'm curious about that You know everybody wants you wanna win. But people want their attention. This is why you know super bowl teams championship teams. Break up because after awhile you go. Yeah i want to get paid. Yeah but you're going to go to a team not any get. I just wanna get paid. You know everybody wants attention. You're all in to win. And then you win and then all of a sudden it's like i one now. I want to do something else. I'm gonna go someplace else with kyrie. He's always going to be the wild card with what happened in cleveland. What happening boston k. D. i don't worry as much about for some reason the kyri i do just not sure i. Eight seven seven three. Dp show email address dp. Dan patrick dot com twitter handle at dp show and good morning to picot carries the show. Watch all three hours. And also our radio affiliates around the country numbering nearly four hundred warriors. Sun's coming up tonight one. I guess marketable college basketball game. Texas and oklahoma. We'll take a break. Frank kelly endo in the on deck circle. Halley helped recruit. 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We were just looking at a picture of yao-ming with shack shack. Look like a normal human being next to yell. Ming even this picture that of course police found a picture of. Jj watt with a yao. Ming all the collection change you. Were van stopped short mercedes. Benz vans go far beyond from their customization options. Cutting edge tech to their five-star sales service financial support crew reseda spins vans built equipped engineer. To be ready for ending go the extra mile taking that all important. First step into an authorized dealership that he's the popular frank. Kelly endo comedian impersonator impressionist. All around good guy. In arizona cardinal die hard fan and he joins us on the program. All right what. Role did frank kellyanne. Endo- play. jj watt coming to the cardinals. I'm if facilitator. Dan i make things happen. It's so funny how this stuff gets blown out of proportion I'm basically when when steve kind needs something done. He comes to me on the ray donovan of the nfl. That's an i am. I'm like is yoda. He puts me. He wears me like a backpack and runs around bagel body. That's what's going on It i've known. Jj watt for quite a while. Actually i've known i i. I'm kind of friends with them. That have not like great friends with them to the point where i could ask favors of them or something like that but a while back Kaime asked me Steve said wh- or actually anytime. A steve time is the gm and the cardinals. Just let everybody. Yes okay anytime. A free agent comes up or something like that. I'll text each time. You take care of this as a joke and i with. Jj watt Has released got it. And i said that steve i go do take care of this. And he's like do it do it do it. I was like okay. I thought he was joking. He's like you do text him yet. I'm like no. I haven't he goes do it do it so i just text him and it was really a soft cell because i have you know packer fans are mad at me right now and i knew this could be the big packer fans mad. Because i grew up in wisconsin Cleveland browns fans are upset. My wife's from cleveland. And this is why. I say those fans your team didn't call me so i couldn't help you But it's it was. I just texted him. Hey you know. Steve kind won't leave me alone In a i think it would be where people think. I was like calling jon. Gruden people thought. I like all my friends and i can tell you what man you think. It's I could see a waiting for it. You want to go play for somebody. That isn't me. what am i going to do. In the jon. Gruden impression on the call them up. His adam schefter according to my sources this is what it appears is going to happen. You going to sign with the arizona cardinals. Kellyanne couldn't have people credibly met jay. You guys sent out your desk listen. Jj you're gonna arizona. I just hop over there for my job. You're not working out with people trying to listen with the rock comes with rodney. Somebody is show kid rock. I don't know if it's called kid. Rock young rat from kid rock plays music but Demi lovato wants to anyways. So huggett kellyanne oh can only twenty pound weights or something like that. I can lift entire you ever use a universal machine. I spot that stronger so yeah it was. It was all plain and simple but the people. Just keep running with these crazy stories about You know how. It is a couple years ago. When steve came on with you all of a sudden i changed the nfl draft And it was me just calling him and leaving a message or it wasn't even that i texted him from my phone. Is jon gruden. I tell you what. I got a trade idea next thing you know after i'm on your show people going crazy to get some kind of. I disrupted the draft. Not on an simple. I do like the idea of like. i don't want the truth. I like the idea that you did call started impersonating people. I mean that that you should go with that frank. Buying a lot. I'd set the record straight at the end up. Trump's at i call bruce bruce arians go he don't mess duma favorite. Can you give me a tom. Greg downgraded at crown. Royal me that tom brady. I tell you what we win a championship news. We're going to do that little. Throw it out from the book. The boat bringing gronkowski. Somebody call bellichik. Make that habit that adds one is all about there's no cliff kingsbury impersonation is there. No i don't he's he's a he's so tall and lean and smooth. I think it would be difficult for me to pull anything. It's it's easy for me to pull off an andy reid. I just do this but a mustache on and throw the hat on. That stuff's easier. But no not really i think berkeley's kingsbury. When did you become a cardinal fan. I lived on the same street as the cardinals facility. So and i'm kind of wishy washy. I grew up a pack fan. You still got pat. The packers part of my heart. But then you know. Become friends with jon. Gruden aerosmith concert with jon gruden about twelve months ago. Right now I gotta help you know like root for them. Because they're always invite men. Wait how do you end up at an aerosmith concert with jon gruden. Oh you don't know about that. I was. I was in vegas and texas right hand guy jeff leonardo because i've steered a gruden still grundel. Text me at like three in the morning. Like what are you doing man and becoming frightened tinkling myself because you're texting The he just like they went to a country concert the night. Before and then I couldn't do that. Because i had to do something with my son and my brother-in-law who is there for a convention at the time and then like he's like we're going aerosmith tomorrow so gruden we get their gruden grabs. His phone is absent here at the aerosmith concert with my good friend. Jan grew. has it gone. Johnny which made me realize that in his head gruden thinks of himself as johnny johnny lawrence. I'm opening up. Colbert here man. Could you do full mike mayock. If you called his jon gruden no because he know kind with a one time. Steve send a message. A gruden called me. Is this real. And then mike makes tex back to was nice job. Nice job so yeah. People that people basically no. It's me But at the end it's kind of funny a lotta times the grew. Do he tells everybody loves them. Have you ever heard that or no doubt about like at the end of phone calls. I love you man. It's just so awkward i. He's frank kelly endo the great comedian joining us on the show. I was curious about this To get a deer craft. Is it more about facial than it is that he crashes the. Yeah the then it is the the actual words you use. Yeah i think there's a combination of things. I think it starts with for me because there are people who do that on voices. Some voice said you're like right on the money summer cartoons. If i can't do it right in the money i'd go for more of the cartoon. Darrell ham. I think is the best i've ever seen that can do that. Just mimicry right on and get the person exactly. I try to dana. Carvey would make the big cartoon characters. Right you'd see him do a think back to the. Hey day saturday night live is not gonna do it. George h w bush never said that right at that was something that he created. When i when i came up with a mad thing it was that made it feel bigger will sasso doing kenny rogers. I'm agit make it bigger. And that's what makes it a lot of fun. So i think to create the character out of it yet becomes part of his is the face part of it is the voice and then it's what you say is well i one of the things that Recently which has a little bit of a face as roma when nats and they started doing me doing them. I don't know if you've heard that but the tony romo bit is Jim credible amazing. And it's amazing incredible Right before something's about to happen jet and it's like he's got this huge smile that you can see lodge is really about the heavier and then i couldn't do much nance so all i could say was one word. It was tony because he is year ago. Jim and but when you do gymnastics gymnasts gets excited. It's like you're somebody's playing with the audio dial and it's like it's the sideline so so it was the bit was her. We go jim gels really so they did it twice. During the season i was like. Are you kidding me unanswered. Screw it up. Romo we go here. We go and then dancing airway. Not they're imitating you imitating them. Yeah yeah it must have been the crew. The crew must do it all the time and i started doing it. The viral video. Somebody would fall off. Remember johnny manziel jumping off like cliff diving and johnny manziel erin. Stadium's going to be in this new league but what's going on right now. We're not sure what's going to happen. He's going to jump here. We go jim. What you've you been working on the last year. But i was. I was instrumental in creating the vaccine. I now you've been working on with your show like any new new people always new stuff. I've been doing a lot of vendors things you know. Just a robert downey junior junior favor. Enjoy me for loki mother. I am gone in a bid with glorious type. You know just throwing stuff like that around. The i did be a charity. Events with bruce arians a couple of weeks ago. It's so funny. Because i had the hat last-second go grab it right now. Actually going to do it. I should have done that. But it's amazing. How how quick. Turn into be by holding my brothers long as a. I'm talking about after screen right now. And you're on your what you do it. Listen just got out of his chair to go. Get is bruce arians hat and sunglass glasses. It's a prop crowd and hanging out with carrot top lot as i'm talking about. I think we're talking about that. we'd done. It was that stretch armstrong in front of you. There daddy come on man you do everything you got gas off with making happen winter. Lose we booze. They make it happen end of the game plan was. It's the people said how you get numbered. I don't know you tell me. I get tom brady tau some hanging. What happened that acquire bleed. We come on man. I always think that it's interesting when you're around somebody who does impressions impersonations that we feel like you can do. Everybody like yeah. You know because. I've said it before you know. There's certain things i might not be easy to do. You might get like the like the delivery that i may have or the pauses. They may have jim rome. You do a good jim rome. Jim rome gives you those opportunities to those are bite size portions that i can sort of take and i can make that mind. Yeah and roam roam you start to feel like as a character right. He's a big guy doing great. Thanks in you. Dan patrick fight to be the regular guy. Your warble So yeah. I think that's when you listen to the stephen a. Smith it's the you know the veracity of what's going on here i understand everybody who ramps it up and get to that bigger stuff that makes it a lot easier so You know an analysts are always easy to because what do they do. They break down people in In sports so you just do that in real life. you're doing shack shack and charles barkley. That's not what do you think pretty good agree with the first half of what you're saying jack the second half when you start to go into esoteric lyricism. I'm not really sure that that applies here handed. I we a few months ago. I did check with shack. at n. he came up with a new character in. It's not a political thing at all but it was shack trump and his like this nursing still shacks to and he's like that's my new character. Trump is remember measure because we can all do impersonations or lease. We think we can. But it's the content that you apply to the impersonation that really separates you from everybody else in my opinion at ti. You know sometimes it just depends on what it is and when and when i run out of a joke jokes i just go from voice voice and talk to myself. It's the greatest of all right. It's just like i grew to conversation as what it does. It does talked about the different people you wouldn't and you go from voice the voice of these odd chevy's doing. I doubt jim you ever going to be able to watch. No no no no but how is your wife though. When you're working on your material does that. She's never she's never left the day around the kitchen table. Are you annoying. Has nothing to do with the voices but yes been mary. We've been married. I next seventeen. Years i i truly annoying. I think knowing journal beginning. It's just she still does. She came to see me at a comedy club. It was the The improv in cleveland. And she didn't laugh at anything and it was like she cockatiel covering her mouth as she thought i was so terrible and she wanted her twelve bucks back and now we live in a really nice house and all kinds of stuff. And i'm like that's the best investment you've ever made. You did pretty well with that. One that toil dollars. Yeah leave me. Leave us with a romo in nance. And and congratulations on getting. Jj watt so. Listen if your team needs something let me know too late. It's too late for that frank too late tonight. I give me one more romance for we say goodbye. It's incredible interview. He did a couple of voices. Read the beginning. Daniel expected that's going to be all about didn't turn out to be that way but we made it a something else and that's dan patrick being dan patrick commercial late into it. Jim thanks for listening to the patrick. Show podcast be sure to catch us. 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Baker mayfield tweeted last night. Or maybe this morning almost one hundred percent m and i m is i. Guess is wife just saw. Ufo drop straight out of the sky on our way home from dinner. We stopped and look at each other and asked if either of us thought very bright ball of light. Going straight. Down out of the sky toward lake travis. Anybody else witnessed this. Which led to a discussion about leaving you. And there's people on this side of the glass all right. Let me who. I think believes in. Ufo's now it's not it's just yes or no todd like it's not yes or no. I think todd believes in. Ufo's i think seton believes in ufo's make love and believes in your photos. And i don't think paulie believes in you office. Todd yes or no. ufo's yes mclovin. Nope satan yes paulie hundred percent now. Boom four from four. I believe in. Ufo's now when you say ufo's do you mean objects in the sky that are unexplainable or life on other planets at fly down and saucers and peek at us. Aren't they called unidentified foreign objects right. That's the us fo. That doesn't mean that there's life on other planets but that the standard definition if you believe in ufo's you have standard definition. I got four k at this point. The government is already declassified. A ton of video of ufo's flying around like it's not even a debatable fact anymore like they obviously exists. It's wait now when you say. Ufo's things from in the sky that are explainable or like from another planet in a some type of vehicle hovering above it lie from other planets with like some type of vehicle hovering my question is why do they always hover and never land and check things out. They just fly above they do usually arizona and utah in texas. Never vermont or anything like that. But why is they what did they hover never land. I think. I think they do land wherever they landed like new mexico places like that. Yeah and why new mexico it's never manhattan. Well there's more room. Land in mexico like vermont is all mountains and stuff like that so it's probably not the easiest place to find a nice flat place to land your officer topography. Rasco hotbed for landing. You could be. Yes mclovin there's a lot of military flying going on that could lead to some of this and that's why you would see things out there. I don't know. I'm not saying that means they're not ufo's but i think you might see a lot of weird things in the sky out there because of the air force possibly. Yes john i think they do. Land the land off. There was a movie a long time ago called. They live with rowdy roddy piper where they can take the shape of a human being. And i'm sure we've all met a couple of questionable people where you would be totally shopping with excellent movie though but i believe there are some humans among us data. Nobody has one with route rowdy. Roddy piper down. So that's the the authority. When i think these glasses he could see his a human who's ugly could say. 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Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

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Listen to call your grandmother on all your heart radio app apple podcast eddie. You get your debts. Scrubbing in with achille and tanya rod and i heart radio and two time people's choice award winning podcast. Hello everybody scrubbing happy. Happy monday i've got some. I've got some energy today. Some energy. Yeah why why. Why do you have the inner is it different than normal energy or is it your little different. Yeah yeah. I have to say. Because i feel like i've been I've been like just kind of going out of town a little bit more. Haven't got on a plane yet. But i've been trying to venture out a little bit more lately and this weekend i went to this place. I want a couple of girlfriends to this hotel over the weekend. And i just realized that like i miss community and connecting with people. Now i feel like during quarantine. We've all we're all a little socially awkward. Nobody wants to talk. And like we were out of this pool and obviously socially distance and we're outside at a pool and like nobody was there and this really like cute girl and this her friend get in with us and they start talking so funny. Because when my girlfriends that i was with she kind of panicked because we didn't have our masks so she turned her. You know like she like turned around and it was like. I don't know what to do. They were so far away. I was like it's fine. We're you know we're good. And so we start talking to them and they were just so fun. The girl is a dula. And so you know me. And i just love all this stuff. I've never even heard. I didn't know what to do. Was she's explaining to me. Like how a baby is born. How torpedos out of you and the benefits of standing up while you're giving birth and i was just like oh my gosh. I'm going to stand. And i give birth and then and then. I decided that. I'm not gonna get an epidural. Wow but i like blake. Got her number instagram. And i i want you to be my dula when the time comes like she was just so cute and her friend that was there we all were just talking about our lives and it just felt so beca in the bills at the way that you do and i was like gosh like my best friend is named becca like this is so fun it was just. I don't know it just gave me this like. I don't know how to explain his energy like just miss connecting with people and they all are from la. Her fiance is just like so cool. He's a businessman from here and we're all going to reconnect again and like have you know. Socially distanced drinks at some point because we just got so invest in each other's lives. It was just like you're planning your future birth. That's a good thing. That's all sorted out across that one off. The list. never knew i never. I didn't know anything about childbirth. Truly honestly and i feel like i we bonded over pelvic floor and like menstrual cups and just all my soul mate soul mate. We spent so much time with these people outside and it was just so fun thing. Why no weapons rural well so because the baby so i don't want to speak on it too much because obviously not an o r train but She was saying that the baby torpedos out of you. And there's a lot of benefit to like moving your hips a certain way or something and when you get the epidurals like you can't you can't move it and so there's just there's benefits to not having yet there's also benefits to having it but to me. In my opinion the the benefits of not having it seemed better quick story. My wife was given an epidural and by a trainee and it didn't take and so she was feeling everything they had to come in and do it again. Which is an unpleasant experience in the older guy teaching the younger guy where to stick it into my wife's spy and i was pretty uncomfortable with that and then it didn't take as we'd feared and then it happened again and then it started to take and then it was time and then took her to the delivery room and then it wasn't connected anymore anyway and so she felt everything. So i'm a proponent of epidurals because the second time went fine and it was a much easier experience. Oh really yeah. But i think everyone's seen i think everyone's different. Everyone has their own plan of how they want it to go. And sometimes it doesn't go the way that you plan and i think the whole thing with pregnancy and obviously i'm also not a professional or someone who has experienced as one i. I follow a lot of moms on instagram. And i've learned that like you can't plan how it's going to go but you have an idea of how you want it to go but if it doesn't you have to be prepared to embrace the. Yeah and that's what this this dula. That's kind of what she does. She kind of just like helps you plan and who knows i honestly never given it any thoughts. Who knows when the time comes like what i'm going to want but i've never really talked to somebody that super knowledgeable in that space before and you know those people that just have cool like she just had cool energy and i was just like i wanna be your friend. I need to be your friend. So i have a new friend so fun i mean i think a lot of people. Don't talk about their birth plan before they're like pregnancy. No like in your mind. You're like well he knows it's the first time i've had the opportunity to talk to someone and get that knowledge. You're on the cusp of no. We've definitely got there because we were just talked so her was also divorced with a child and so we bonded on that. So and i told her i was like not having an break-up right so we definitely got there but yeah it was so funny because it's just like total stranger and we got into just like everything under the sun and like it was one of those things where just missed. I just realized how much i love meeting. I love meeting new people. I love connecting with people and mike something about that weekend. It was just like I saw this couple that you know. I had run into before. They're like this old couple. That had run into the same at the same hotel. Everything felt very kismet and hopeful and just butterflies. Just butterfly us. Yeah so have a good energy right now today. let's good of. You seem refreshed as if the weekend was a good breath of fresh air. That was found in new becca. No you're gonna love her. You found tanya that you thought was so cool and so awesome. It would bother china. Oh it'd be like a full blown argument. Yeah see as cool as me like no no no. No no i was saying you know. I'm like the last time. I felt like jealous over. Friendship i think was in. I think it was in fifth grade my friends sydney and leslie and then they'd if they hung out without me i felt like we betrayal. But yeah it's the last time. So i'm happy for you. I'm i'm honored that her name's becca and she was so cool and effortless or whatever. He's cool just cool. you know. those are cool. I was like you are and then her friend. They were This gay couple who actually have some friends in common and they were just as awesome to and just like so in love and everything. I don't know just everything about it was just awesome love so happy and so did you watch the super bowl. Yeah i mean. I i mean i didn't really watch the plays and stuff. Yeah the plate. Yeah yeah but the halftime. Show you what i watched it like. I don't say i didn't. I don't know it was a snooze fest. So i heard what did you think about the weekend. Though i liked it this setup was cool the production of it was really cool. And i thought how they utilize like the spaces like the stands and stuff was cool. But i don't know what. I think about my favorite halftime performances. It's been like multiple people that come out. And i guess it's different with kobe. But like do you remember the steven. Tyler britney spears one where she came out. Yeah that was like epic. And i think all of even jaylo insecure last year. It was just cool because there was like two people feeding their energy and then he was just kind of by himself so like for what he had. I thought he was great in the sense of he was like entertaining for however long by himself. But i don't know i was kind of indifferent. I guess you know it's funny. I think that was like the big debate of like it was kind of walk. A little like lackluster. Yeah but you know what you know. What okay strip him. She adjusting in her seat. I get it. The super bowl performances are like big and lavish and like fun and energy. I get that but if you're going to hire the weekend i don't really know how it works but you're going to hire the weekend to perform at your super bowl halftime show. The weekend has a brand in his brand is exactly what he brought. You know what. I mean like exactly what he brought and i respect the hell out of a man that goes down with his brand like that. I mean it's like at some what he has a great. He's a great singer that production was called. But like what else was he supposed to do. That's what i'm saying. But like people were saying. He could've brought other people he could have done a cover and like done some aerobics or things like that. But it's like that's not the weekend and if you're gonna hire the weekend you're going to get the weekend i respect it. I was just upset that they didn't do like the tiktok dance. The blinding lights on that same complaint. I'm just like so. I don't know if there's legal reasons or something but i'm thinking you have all these dancers masked on the super bowl field and you're not just going to throw in a little routine for us that we all know you know what i was. Googling was did the weekend get new teeth. See that's not good. If you google that during the performance it wasn't a very compelling compelling. I was just very curious. They looked a lot different. No but i'm with you he did. He did what he does. My test is. I watched it with my daughters and halfway through my youngest was doing handstands and my oldest was staring her phone. So that's my test. I think it was news. Yeah but i would hate to. I would also hate to be someone performing at the super bowl and have to hear the critics. So it's a thankless gig. It's like hosting the ostrich. You can't win exactly. I was gonna say like no matter who it is. There's always a group of people that are like i feel secure and jaylo got a pretty you kidding. The whole conservative like nation was like the dan. goggles was pretty wildly wildly. Not wildly widely widely. Thank you widely raves. Who did she bring anyone else out there. Dan i mean she's i mean. She jumped off the. She's like scott this guy from the beginning it was entertainment. I know but that's not the weekend this weekend. With the memes. The memes afterwards were hysterical. I a credit for that. Someone said when i'm trying to what i'm trying a bathroom to poop or something and it's like him like frantically roaming the hallways and then like the close ups or it's all distorted and they're like it was like in it's like hey the uber's here funny i do. I will say when gaga did it when she did jump off remember people were like the same thing. Like means yeah. That's funny so. I have a question so tanya you've decided you're not going to call the guy in the car. Last week's episode was called sideswipe right very clever title at eastern came up with thought tops. Well done and the big debate was whether to call him or not. You've decided not to call him for now for now. What does that mean. i don't want to call him. i just don't want. I think i'm kind of leaning into this space of wanting to be somebody be intentional and thoughtful and pursue me wanting to take my hands off the wheel right now did pursue you. Yeah i didn't mean to go down this road but i agree with becca that is pursuit. Yeah but it feels to me like i'm forcing it whereas i'm just everything else that's going on just feels more natural so i'm kind of leaning into that the next time if you he s like run over you and then all film a little more. He gets a toe next time. And i have you know i can be. Yeah i love that story because escalated. Oh my god. He didn't he didn't really almost having like jumpy to like when he almost killed me like like escalated quickly. What's funny is the difference. Because i told the story on the morning. Show the difference in that response from scrubbing in listeners. Versus morning show was drastic. It was why scrubbing and listeners. Were this is fate. Think of the story your kids. It's so beautiful ball. The morning show is turns. Were all like this man's a stocker. He knows your run route dateline. Don't go there to stranger danger. And i was like. It's very obvious because of the time you know what i mean like the people were reaching out was just different completely different days and it was just so funny to me that is funny. Oh scrubbers like especially the one to identify as tanya's bay saw the romantic comedy aspect of it to me. It's interesting you're not closing the door on him though. No i'm not closing the door on anything. I don't close doors. And he said for now so you might call him in a month. That's kind of weird isn't it. it's already been over a week. Yeah but guess. What mark do you know. A tiny is trying to do some live life in the present the president for today. We're not calling him. God so that's why. Would i suggested we call him since you don't want to. I still got to look of death again. Because you're keeping an option open. Yeah all right. What if we called. And we said hey. We found this piece of paper on the ground with this number on it. That what's your instinct messing messing with my fate. Oh okay okay. Thank you very much okay. Well you're not. You're this is my thought and i have one question and one question only and you can answer it however you want if he was immediately attractive to you where you didn't have to think about it he turned in. You're like oh my. Wow would you call him. I don't know right dev patel like patel he had a little deaf patel. It was like dev patel. Meets adam brody meets nasseri from magic like it was it was not it was my type for sure yes scrubbers. You really did just reference the lead singer bad magic. He's this is the most publicity. he's gone a long time. The song rude from six years ago actually a very well known songwriter in the industry. Okay sure he is well. I love that song so no. Hey but i'm trying to get at is. He was very much he was my type. I just always mr user like tanya. Mr wilshire compared to what you have dated is in a car situation. Could you see how i could have been. No no no. I like the idea of calling him. And saying that you found it on the ground because then it turns into like a cinderella thing because then you judges reaction if he's like. Hey i found this note on the ground is thought i'd give it a call. he's like. Hey you wanna meet up and like this man is down but if he says this is my man and my number and giving it to any of you freaks and that's the thing is if he says no. This is for a beautiful blonde man that i saw. This is for the girl. I almost ran over Say like oh. That's so weird. I gave that to only one woman ever. Or if he's like. Oh yeah give us out some times. were you ventura. And that's another On air on air listener said that this seems like a move and he just hasn't like in his car and he just like chicken. Scratch how it was down was on the spot. I feel as if he planned him out. He should do. Printer paper like printer letters or whatever chicken scratch over it not gonna lie. Have you found anything out in your research on him just where he just where he resides in yes city and crows potential job. That's pretty that's a lot for who he is after. Get down to this okay. So you're a first name and a phone number and you use the internet to get his city and possibly his employer correct. Wow pretty pretty good. I can't take the credit my sleuthing. i'm i'm a terrible sleuth. But i have people in my life that are sleuths births sloot spurts title. Do his city and job make you less or more interested in you more. Oh gosh said. She said you'll mystic 'cause she's was talking about she said this is my man and my number on a piece of paper sees claimed him. Can we get a clue as to what field. What general world of employment. He's in he's a businessman carries a broad. It's broad general. That's general okay. Yeah yeah well no no. It was interest so it was a coincidence that he happened to be here. Yeah or or. I don't know you know. Yeah 'cause like Yeah area code by area code. We're going to narrow it down by area. Code can talk to my dula talked to her. Cool becca talk to him. I do going to a good bumper. Stickers talked to my love cool wait speaking of businessmen we have a businessman. Coming on the podcast. That's our guest today. Shand he is a real estate expert. He's written a book he's just like got a lot going on. You may know him. He on million dollar listing new york which is very popular show on bravo which is very popular show on bravo. His name is ryan sirhan. And i'm very excited. I because in the process of buying a house. I have many many questions for him so he will be coming on next and before. We're going to break. I wanna talk about our ballantine's night in because we're doing a virtual night with our girls and love it or hate it tania and i have your heart and you don't need a significant other for this party. This is a different type of party. Not gallon tines day. I know so. It's wednesday which is like not today and tomorrow but the next day february tenth. It's going to be at five. Pm pacific which is eight o'clock eastern. You can get your tickets at on location live dot com slash scrubbing in a portion of the proceeds will go from the event will go to save our sages and we have a really special treat you guys because we have a reunion of sorts and this is going to be a reunion. That i don't even know should we. We have sabrina carpenter coming on which she has been very relevant in the headlines lately yes she's not only super relevant but if you will recall our episode from palm springs. Were becca out in the middle of an interview never before happened on scrubbing in in the time of this. Podcast we were doing interviews and carpenter. Becca had too many spicy margaritas and passed out during the interview and just disappeared and we never and so. I kept going with sabrina. We never mentioned it like any. I don't know what her team told her. Like if she even knows what happened or if she has no clue it was so embarrassing looking back but she was just a professional she she got through it if she saw me in distress. She never missed a beat in her interview. Tanya literally becker does falls out of frame in the middle of the interview and supreme doesn't skip a beat. She just keeps on talking so was strategically leaning leaning to throw up into an ice. 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We have a ryan sir hand in the or scrubbing and your your our official. I guess twenty twenty one. Am i really well not technically. Oh because you weren't here that we had matthew hussien o- okay with both of us together. Since i've been back you're you're my first guest of two thousand twenty one. That's awesome tony really rain on the parade there. I you know. I check the facts on the fact checker over here wherever you wherever you bet he said you been since you've been back then i just went. I went to louisiana for christmas. So when i came back i got. Yeah so we had to just few a few things but I for those who don't know who you are. You're basically just a mogul in so many different areas. Where do you begin like on when you introduce yourself and someone says what do you do. Where do you start. We'll i start with real estate A real estate broker. And i i run a real estate firm in new york but most people know from millionaire listing new york on bravo or celtics her aunt I know we can get deeper there. If they've read. The books watched logs or social and normal. I like books that up behind you or behind you. There is at the big big money energy. how to rule at work dominate at life and make millions on amazon. Yes yes you can get it on amazon now how to make millions amazon talk. Yeah yes it is stacked up behind me really good. My first book that came out the end of two thousand eighteen. I was i spent two weeks like traveling. The country you know sales team sales forces book signings bravo stuff right everywhere. It was crazy this time. I'm like stuck in this chair. Which is why. It's it's good in some ways. It's but it's not as exciting in every other way but it means so many different people that otherwise would not be able to travel to. Yeah i had that same thought of like when we've gotten to interview people it's been cool because some of the people we wouldn't actually be able to have the chance to talk to just because schedules and being able to come into the studio and so it's been nice having guests that like a broader range of guests. I guess because everyone's at home or you know they should be at home. So i'm currently in the process of looking to buy a home for the first time in l. a. Yeah and it is the most Humbling competitive intimidating. Thing that i've done in my life to be honest I've put in an offer onto homes and it's been like there's been over twenty offers on each of them and it just kind of feels where you trying to buy 'em in los angeles. Oh and the los angeles area. It's crazy releases over twenty offers. That's wild I thought that that type market was really only in low. Tax states Yeah listen it's covid. Right was a flight to land the flight to homes nothing better than being stuck in your current house to realize how terrible it is making. Wanna go get better one true i. That's all that's why quarantine did it was a multi trillion dollar pr campaign for the value of a of a new house. A better house actually like it. 'cause it's oftentimes outta sight outta mind right if you're working run around all the time you're like i should move abbott as such a pain in the ass. You just don't do it. You can't do anything in your like. I should probably move and then zillow so easy. I don't know if you saw that saturday night. Live skit this weekend. Where like It's like zillow porn. You should check it out. It's funny i did see. I felt a lot of people talking about it. But i haven't seen it. Yeah everyone's home late at night you know they're like scrolling through and then they quickly go zillow and they'd start checking out houses that they can't afford for people this. It's an exciting process. It's awesome you're either paying mortgage or you're paying someone else's mortgage right up to you right you have to gain it. That's a decision. You really have to make like you have payment. Are you going to pay your mortgage. Didn't build equity in the future or do you want to pay someone else's totally do i know and that's what it is. It's i. I guess my question is how do in this type of market when it's like this and a lot of people are saying in the next few months more homes are gonna go on sale and there's going to be more options apparently but then it's and then you go what if the interest rate raises and there's all these questions of do i need to just do my best to do it now or do i wait so that i'm not over paying for something that yeah do. You can never time the market. It's impossible people have tried can't do it But if you feel. The market is to frothy into hawks. Then you shouldn't bite off. More than you can chew careful about overpaying. But oftentimes you're not just overpaying right. There's a market for years. There's people who want to buy the houses for reason don't be worried about in straits. Rates are going to be where they are Plus minus if you points for the next couple of years. So that's comforting. Yeah so do not be worried about that. Just try to find out that you love. I mean that's that's that's the toughest thing to do. And if you can get a house that you like which you don't love it know that you can learn to love it you can make it your own. You can learn to love it the key to life right there. Yeah i listen. I know you you know i could go into you. Get what i'm talking about. Yeah you could learn to love him but buying home is terrifying. Totally scary in santa monica commitment. But it's also it's fun in its that important nextstep right. Most people are like life sort of change mentally. When i bought my first place like damn now. I'm an adult. There's a lot of things that make you feel like you're an adult but nothing more than getting a mortgage feels very significant in my adulthood. This this stuff. And i'm you know i'm in my head. I'm i'm looking at other markets in different cities wondering if i should move out of la or where the value is and i get overwhelmed. Because i start looking at what's available and other areas for you know my budget and it's a little discouraging seeing what what we pay for and the los angeles area versus elsewhere except for new york of course about say like i'm in a townhouse right now that's probably worth ten million dollars that has no bedrooms and the views are of brick so right it's all relative right although tips but there is Intellectual curiosity and excitement and energy and buzz even now post covid incredible networking opportunities in la in new york. That you just can't do by zoom anywhere else in the world right so and so you pay for it right. Yeah no you're right. I mean i have these moments. And i've talked ohtani about it where i go like this if i moved to nashville or i could get this if i moved to texas and then i go somewhere. Go to the beach. Here's go do some. I know i know she is great and you'd be like so lonely. Yeah all my friends are all my friends are in. La like cool. Let me go like walk. My dog for twenty hours. I know but then i'd have a beautiful home to sit in my misery in. I don location location location. That's why i say that right. You live in a neighborhood. That's honestly what's stopping me. I was starting the process of buying a home last year for kobe. Hit and then. I was starting to like look around because this is i know. I wanna live around here because i'm close to the studio. This is where all my work is now working from home. And i just was. Like maybe i just table it firmament because i don't know if necessarily this is where one by my home you know so i just completely stopped the process because i was overwhelmed. Yeah which is totally fine. When quarantine happened last year at every buyer dropped out in new york. Everyone waited because people just didn't know. Why am i spending this amount of money to be in an apartment. If i don't have to go back to work for two years. Is that why you started is is that when he started writing this new book. Because i feel like it's all about kind of shift because all of our routines got shifted and so it's kind of like starting to make new goals and how to figure out that. Is that when you started writing this book. Yeah actually. I was speaking to so many people because we do a large online sales. We have a large online sales platform. We have of course. It's got a been doing it for about a year. We have sixty one hundred agents in one hundred ten countries and may in everyone was going through the same thing right at first started in italy minute rap through europe and then slowly hit us on those talking to so many people that were having a hard time who Who were connecting their self worth to their income. Right and social media has a big role in that But people get so self conscious and so down on themselves. They're they think they're they're not making enough money and they're supposed to be doing this. And you're supposed to be living this way When you cannot connect success to money right. Money is is energy. Might success is a state of mind And if you and if you can project yourself to be the future you that you want to be. You can start being that person tomorrow. You do not have to wait. And as i was just talking to people about that and the ways to do that and how to start taking a note of kind of who you are today what the perception people have used today and how you can start leading more confident fulfilling life so that when you take control of the energy that you put out into the world you can really change your life The book just sort of came out that way wrote it in like two months. That's wild. that's actually the that's one of the things that my mentor taught me from the very beginning. I met him. i was eighteen. And he always told me he said chase chase your passion not the paycheck. He's like trust me. The paycheck will come if you are chasing your passion. And he was right crazy. Yeah and you just have to put the work into the action. Yeah right what we say around here is pretty similar. But it's like you know 'cause there's so much that we can't control in life so much that you can't you think you're going to book best and then you don't God and so much is up and down but if you just if you have a routine you stick to it right and you take care of the work every single day. The work will take care of you so just to care the work. The work will take care of you and it removes a lot of the pressure that you put on yourselves. Go out and make something happen every day. And i gotta do this. I got these goals. It's great to have goals. It's great to have visions that really really important But at the same time just know that by default. I we live in a time where you put the work in the work will take care of you and you will make money You know if you if you want it ripeness to teach us what do you do. You think it's this year and the like after what we've been through it. The pandemic and people losing their jobs and people kind of spending so much time with themselves in their own homes like starting up a business during this time is is financially smart or should people wait like what would you advise that if someone's looking to start up their own business. Greatest businesses inventions have come when people's backs up against a wall. It's what produces the most creativity the most ingenuity And if you just look like isaac. Newton discovered gravity during a pandemic as. He was quarantined in his house. That's the whole reason. He was sitting under that tree right. I raise the tars. Electric guitar was created in a recession basketball was created during a quarantine So i think so. I started my own real estate company. I've been a broker another firm for twelve years. And i left on july first twenty twenty and company and built it over the summer announced in november Sorry in september. Because i knew as scary as this is and as many people are leaving new york as they are Everything is gonna get better. The future is always brighter than the past right And no one else is gonna do it so might as well be me. Why is welby me. Set the bar nicer love. You know you start a new business when everyone else is starting businesses. And everyone's like okay. Cool man good job nice but he started new business when everyone else is fleeing scared terrified stuck inside. Everyone was like wall. You okay. that's awesome. Wow like he's sure totally different reactions. it's been great. It's been great. So i think anyone with that entrepreneurial bug or or spirit probably gets gets gets a lot of adrenaline from times like these. It's there's no better time than now and like you just like you just set like why not me. Yeah when you when you first started in this industry did you. I mean did you have instant success. Was there that you know you didn't you weren't someone who is like a overnight sensation. Now i don't know i it was slowly but surely I mean i am incredibly persisted I will follow up with you until you die. And then i'll come to your funeral and sell your estate all your kids right like i. I am in this business until But i'm very persistent And i just knew it. I don't know like i listen. I i grew up very nicely. Like a good upbringing. Great parents you know. They were really not too excited. That i decided to go to new york city without a job To be an actor and then make no money and then get into real estate to pay the bills. They just sort of assumed. I would go get a real job eventually Being a realtor they did not consider a real job You know thirteen thirteen years ago. and the world's different now and I started by just doing little rentals. I was just trying to pay rent. I didn't want to move home. That was it like the biggest fear. My life was moving home. Like if i move home. I will i i. It's that is failure to me. I can't come to new york and then move home till never come back. wipe. I'd have to go do something else so i need to just make it work. I see it out. Make it work. And i'll figure it out so i would just go month to month trying to figure out how to pay rent rent apartments for college. Kids make some money put a little bit of money away makes them rant. Keep going going going. But i knew that with every deal that i did as long as i talked about the next best deal. Those are the types of clients would get right. So if i was doing thousand three thousand dollar a month leases i would only ever talk about and promote the three thousand dollars a month deals because those people would get me to thirty five hundred dollars a month referrals and friends because no matter how rich you are you have problems and rich. Misery loves company. More than anything. Those people wanna hang out with people who understand their problems. No so So i would. I kept pushing myself up in the price. Category that way and then i got my first building to sell and then from that i got an x. Building and then. I randomly walked into a casting. Call for million dollar listing new york for bravo with three thousand agents An ask me why i was there. I told him 'cause. I was the greatest in real estate broker in the history of the world and they were from la so they didn't know i And so they were like really fake it till you make it sort of but i also if they asked me how many listings i had. I would have said one to ask me. How many deals i I would have said like four. I think a lot of people fake it till they make it and they lie or their disingenuous. And that's i don't i don't preach that I believe that. At that time i on i looked around at this crew of three thousand agents. That were trying to get onto the show. And i was like dude i i m way better than all these people whether they know it or not eventually one day. I'm going to sell more than all of these people. They're gonna cast the best real estate agent under the age of thirty. And i was twenty six at the time They should ask me so when he asked me why i was there. I believed even. If i wasn't it today i will be it shortly I was the best show happy you should be. She cast me And then i took them around and showed them what my life is like for six hours which was just mass craziness and just still confused rolling around new york Getting car sickness in the back of the car didn't really know how to drive a new york city They're like j. We'll we'll he'll he'll do But that's kind of how i got onto the show and that's how it got most of the clients like i hope the big deal. I sold a place. I don't do deals in florida. I've met a guy climbing. Asked me if i did things in florida. Said yep absolutely stirred. Well i'd like to go find a place in miami no problem. I learned the miami market at one day. Sold them a place for thirty three million dollars. Two days later Because he believed in the energy energy if you if you feel like you shouldn't be in the room the people in the room are gonna know that that's how you feel and they're going to treat you that way. What's like a typical like a typical workday for you like rise grind like go through like i want the details of what you eat. I just feel like you're kind of one of the. I don't you one of those people that i feel like i can mike vibing with. I just would like to know a little bit of your day to day. So mom sunday through friday when i'm in new york A wake up at four. I do email so four thirty. I go to the gym from five to six thirty. I get the baby at seven with the baby to her mom with milk right around then. a shower get ready. I go to work around seven. Forty five My day is booked kind of on the fifteen minute mark from e two eight A intermittent fast. So i eat starting at twelve and i stopped eating at six. I use a service matter when they come a little cartons this way. So this is my steak. I gotta finish eating year and i'm in appointments or calls or filming or creating content. My number one focus all day long as brand push brand in any way shape or form if it's from a sale. I'm pushing brand. It's from whatever. It is pushing brand brand brand because real estate is my own trait rights. That's the like not as it. Nothing i will never do. I want to say never but the the oath the tree and the roots are real estate sales everything else if my branch and so i've always gotta bring it back to real estate and do other things at the sales course books the different tv shows. I've content studio with tons of content across all platforms now have the new brokerage And everything else. I kinda comes with that. I like kind of obsessed with you. Your acts as radical does thrown hats. My own hat. That's awesome last name's brad. So it's like tania's gratitude get it but i love. What are you save routine. I think that was something that really you know struck people when the pandemic happened because a lot of people are shook from their routine. I'm such a creature of habit. And i'm not going to. I lost a little bit. Even though i still have my routine because i'm that's hard. It's really hard in the fact that you start your day job. i guess. Whatever until eight o'clock but you're up at four answering emails. Jim like that. You have given me. I needed some of that right now and you just gave it to me so i really appreciate it because i needed that. Well listen i i understand. I have a lot of friends and clients who are way more successful than me in no way ever what they wake up at four so that doesn't work for them right but i know it works for me. What works for me is is kind of what you just said right. I'm a creature of habit and you'd never seen so even quarantine we left right. We left new york because all the police in the city Were saying and get serious. We're locking down the bridges and tunnels right. We're going to close down manhattan And that was what the word on. The street was because of new york city yet. Percenter york city's this big. Why let it continue to spread of people are going to keep leaning. So let's lock down. They didn't do that right. They just did shelter in place and really advise you not So we lacked That wednesday before the city shut down on sunday not new hampshire and the first thing that i realized that the hampshire wait. It's not vacation Crazy i still have to deal with work clients. I do this. And so i just kept with. The routine did like facetime workouts. They sucked y- like fun right. I ran around the lake into snow. Terrible did it And then the day was just the best part about it was. I just didn't have to do dinner events or anything right so my days this quote unquote ended early. Which was of the nice part about it but i think the routine is really important because it keeps you focused on the work. And i'm. I'm a person where i don't have that routine and i all hell's going to break loose so i gotta i gotta keep myself in made my lane. Yeah that's what happened to me in the beginning of the pandemic because we do so. I do a morning show in the mornings. I'm up early. And the podcast in the afternoon. And i was just kind of sitting around the house doing nothing in between and i would get into do the podcast and i'd be so dislike drained and sad and like had no energy and i was like like shake up my routine because i can. This isn't me. Like i need to figure this out. And i put my runs in the middle. So that i can go out and get air and energy and like yeah. It's it's figuring out what works for you for sure. I'm i'm not committed to any sort of routine i do. Best with no teen. I just like i get bored with routine so like even if i try to do it consistently i'm like don't like it. I think it's important now. I did this a lot during twenty twenty And talk to a lot of people about it. I would spend during the day either. Thirty minutes or an hour right yukon. Kind of call like your future. Our i if you have the time or your future. Ten minutes future thirty whenever it is your future. Fifteen where you just sit by yourself and think about the future and what you want right into some magic it. Just think about it. I am telling you there is no better way to create your success in thinking about it every day. Just a little bit just forcing yourself to think about it like if you want that island vacation or that the and it can be material. I don't care like it can be like you want that. Tesla you want that thing you want a million dollars you want whatever it is right you want your podcast to be taught whatever it could be just think about it for ten minutes however much time you have and write down what comes to your head. You'll end up manifesting and brainstorming so many things that you hadn't even anticipated because you're actually going to ask your brain so wait. Stop thinking about all the bullets for a second and just think about the future and it will change your life. I'm telling you this is so. I'm literally gonna put future. I think feature five five or fifteen minutes. Which i give it fifteen. I'll go it's going to take you five to get into it and last five. You're going to be thinking about getting out of it so you'll have a good five in the middle. I'm gonna put future fifteen in my calendar every day for the next two weeks to get like to get it in my ryan an email me. Yeah your well. I guess i can. I can hear what's your email. I'll i'll get your email from our producer but yeah honestly. I'm so grateful. I'm sure you have other podcasts. And other things to do because you have such a routine. But i'm really really grateful that you're on the podcast. I know i have something to say. I need to say some before. We let him go. I wanna know like what are three things that someone needs to get the big money energy and like get kind of in that space of thinking and future thinking and success thinking While three things isn't there's there's a lot to do okay But if i had to break it down into three steps You first you have to remember that. We all have the raw material needed to be the absolute best version of ourselves. We just most often the not we keep it inside right because rider embarrassed at what we think the best version is. We feel like we have imposter syndrome. We don't feel ready excellent wage. No i'm not there yet. Whatever it might be an oftentimes right. Oftentimes maybe the best version of ourselves existed for a moment in time but then someone took it away from you. Maybe it was a past boyfriend was a deck. Maybe it was a teacher professor national. Maybe your parents told you are good enough. Whatever it might be might but there's three things to start doing and get that back because we all had it when we were babies like i have a two year old. She's the and she doesn't give about anybody only later once we start to understand social pressures and the habits of others. Do we start to kind of keep that on the inside and a little bit So i write big win. Energy is knowing about knowing what she wants and actually getting it and devising a plan to go and get it because nothing has reached. So why not you so you write down like right down to determine who is the future you and it can be ten years out for you. It can be two years. It can be a year to be five years. It can do whatever you want a for me right now. I think about future ryan. I think about twenty thirty. That's a that's an easy dates for me to think of right. That's ten years from last year and ten years goes by like that. I think about twenty thirty. Who is that guy. What am i doing today so that we're not become him which is going to happen before i know it. He's gonna be so happy at whatever. I went through today that he's going to go back in time. Shake my hand. Like what can i do for that. So figure out who that future us. Then you need to do. An energy audit so an energy audit means you get comfortable with criticism and embraced self-awareness. Which a lot of us. Also shy away from right. We're all way too nice to each other because we don't wanna hurt each other right. We don't like confrontation. Everyone's always great duty. Oh my god you look so beautiful beautiful right. Today's off day. But you don't want to say that to everybody so when you're ready you ask for it. Like i made one big deal when i was younger when i first started. I thought i was the man but i absolutely was not to get real about how i looked. H-how communicated and how knowledgeable. I seemed in a way that you can do this. You can ask a friend who you honestly trust or a family member or anybody to say. Hey if you were to describe me to someone else without using my name what would you say. Am i the funny one sense of humor. Who's lazy what. I'll be honest with you. Just be told this. Let rip be prepared though because what they're gonna say is now your definition to the world. How the world perceives you and if what they say to you is okay. Great now listen. They might say things that you don't agree with all okay as somebody else. That's totally fine right. But you need to be very well aware of how you're perceived to the world. How you look how you communicate. Knowledgeably seem right. So that's a little exercise and then third is you need to stop waiting for opportunity star becoming an opportunist because you have the power to make your own magic and in my career really took off and i realized that didn't need anyone else to provide me with opportunities because opportunities were everywhere. If you're comfortable with being uncomfortable Which means having future fifty right. Let's go and actually create things you know. How many cold emails did you send today. You you wanna do interviews with crazy people. Ask them just reach out. What's the worst. They're going to say. No okay follow up in week in a week. The best deal i ever did and i guess we could. We could end here I met a a wife who wanted to buy a place us from new jersey on the upper east side. A budget around a million bucks yourself And she never ended up buying anything but follow it up with her and her husband and followed up every other week for seven years seven years later the husband wrote me back and asked to reach out and talk and so we talked and he said he got divorced said you remember when his wife was looking for a place and said that he was kind of looking for his own place and later now. I was bored as later monday. Thursday I sold them a place for sixteen million dollars Took me seven years extending emails. A free three. Yeah right so what's to stop me so what's to stop anybody else. I are three ways to start. Those were really. I am re listening to this. Podcast and taking notes one somewhere done for the day. So Like tanya said. I know that your schedule and what you said is booked back to back but we so appreciate your time like you worse so informative and i feel like everyone. Listening will take something away. So thank you for your time and Scrubbing in today. Yeah i am going to email you so look for that email show you know for seven years so make sure your subject line radha. I'll make sure to look forward to make. Sure your publicist tells our book even know how it happens but make sure that they know that. I'm cool all right. Thanks ryan. thank you so much are by i. I'll find me. I will find you. That's crazy though. Sent an email for seven over for seven years and then he sold sixteen million dollar home. Yeah worth the effort. Let's say so. I don't know that. I have it in me to be that. Like persist palestinian competent. I guess because it takes a certain level of competence that you're gonna that like you're gonna win. I know after seven. I was gonna ask him if he was impatient person. But i feel like i feel like he's not i think i could see him. Yeah i was gonna say. I could see like with long term goals patient but was like everyday things. Maybe he's like anita i now. Oh my gosh. that was crazy. Yeah that's really cool. I think because. I'm in this head space and wanting to buy which i had so many more questions whereas like i need to do like i might have to send an email to the list of questions. He's like who gave her the email but she gets a million dollar listing. La since they like probably know the la market you know. Yeah i think just talking to someone who's in the this space It's just interesting. And i like that. A lot of what he's done has been focused on your future. And what you can do to reshift your attitude about you know. Or if you're in a mundane spot of just feeling like everything feels repetitive. And you're wanting to feel boost of something new. I like that. That's kind of where his where he focused add. There is something about that. Because when you you always talk about imposter syndrome and i think i have it too i just have never identified it or not but i think a lot of people have that feeling of like. I'm not supposed to be here. Like why am i here of other than someone else and having him going into that casting and be like i'm the best agent there is while he still very new to it. So it's a powerful tool is to have that. Wow yeah was really cool. He's got a new fan in me. All right we are going to take a break and we'll be right back with some emails so self care and routine are more important than ever. So whatever you're using to get ready for the day should make you feel amazing. Meet billy the best razor out there for those days. When you want an extra smooth shave and to be honest i want that every day. No pink tax. No visit to the drugstore. No breaking the bank. I love a good shave. Love a good shape and you can go to my billy dot com to get their starter kit for just nine dollars. It's so affordable in includes their award winning razor to refill blades in a cult. Favourite magnetic colder honestly. 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Tim brew meals. That'd be signing up for that okay. We are back and we have some hard hitting emails. Mark this from alicia. She says i'm thirty two. I live in dallas last month or so has been the hardest of the pandemic. i'm feeling overwhelmingly lonely and in finding it harder to be happy. I have great friends and family who i talked to daily but that can only replace person. Didn't directions for so long. What do you do to fill your days specifically the weekends. I mean. I think this is really good for you to take the lead on answering because you you live alone and i don't on my sister lives with me so i like i actually constantly people around but it is. It is relatable even. I mean i've got a wife and two daughters but on the week the workweek is over like yeah we're peaks over the cetera. After like so to do nothing to do who wants to pay for the fiftieth time. You know like yeah you know i do think it and again it's like you know very tanya of me but i started doing festive fridays. And i would get dressed up our ticket theme for the friday. And i'd get dressed up and order that specific food whatever is And you can resume with people if you wanna facetime do facetime with people. If you do have any friends that you have seen like a part of your coroner team you can do it with them too. I found that to be really fun and something to look forward to during the pandemic so i suggest festive fridays. And then i don't. I don't want to encourage people travelling but honestly being away for the weekend really. It just brought me energy. You know even if you can go somewhere where you're outside and just connecting with people. I don't know necessarily like what open around you and you can wear a mask but i do think that there's something really energizing about energy from other people so whether it's through zoom and just like making a plan to do that and like setting a date being intentional about it and making fun versus just like rogue face timing and like you know Doing just talking to people. I found that to be really fun so festive. Friday's a big thing for me. I also think. I know a lot of people who have been really really Like quarantine and not leaving their house or seeing anybody who live alone and i think a few of them i know have done things where they have made plans with a friend and decided to quarantine for whatever the suggested. Timeframe is ten days or whatever steak corentin. Don't see anybody and then meet up and see each other so that there's like you even if it's an parker an outdoor location or but just knowing that you both taking the time to quarantine because i do think like for mental health. I really think it's very important to see. People have these interactions. And if you're just alone all day. Like i think all of us here have at least some human interaction most day is and i think that getting that even if it's going socially distance outside which i don't it's probably cold in dallas but making an effort to see people even if it's once a week one personal week it's just like we're not meant to be isolated like this and i think there's a way of being careful and respecting you know the pandemic and covid restrictions and everything but also taking care of yourself because you were like you have to take care of your mental state your emotional state and it sounds like you're kind of on that decline of kind of at your wits end which i'm sure a lot of people feel too so i would say. Make a plan and talked you know. See someone outside and making a effort to have sort of interaction. Because we're all gonna go crazy at some point if we don't do that true and one other thing that's good is getting together with one of those friends and just walking someplace just having a destination. You're not facing each other. You're wearing masks safe. you're outside. We've been doing that this starbucks about two miles from here and we walked there in pretty regular basis. Just good at something to do. You know it's a quick thing but you can make it into an afternoon thing if you want to get exercise and fresh air and it makes the day go by. It's all about killing time these days. Let's see who's next. Let's say it's up to rachel. Rachel says my best guy friend of three years is a year long relationship with his girlfriend but he still somehow keeps me as an option. He's flirty just enough to give me the attention i need or want. He tells me. I love you often but i never say it back. He's never crossed the a major physical boundaries with me but just enough that if i were in a monogamous relationship with him it would upset me would love to still be his friend but i wanna stop picturing him as a potential future partner. Is this possible or do. I have to just cut him out of my life. I imagine we're all kind of on the same page here. I think i don't. I don't even want. This is your future partners if now hard pass like. He's doing this to his girlfriend that he's been with three years. He's gonna do it to you to. That's just deserve so much better than this so much better than that like. Yeah listeners choice. That's right your first choice potential and he is not respectful of of you really. He's not respectful of his girlfriend. He's respectful to you as his friend or whatever. Y'all are okay. So what though. Because i think it's a again we say this all the time. It's easier when we're not in this situation so i understand and i think the reason why you're so attached to this is because he's familiar and you have a friendship so you know he's not a scumbag and i think and this is sad but i think a lot of women just fear dating or fear getting to know other people because they think that men are just going to be sleazy scumbags and i'm just generalizing but i really believe that to be true and i'm here to tell you that that's not the case and they're so fierce such a strong thing. It's like it's crippling in so many ways and that is something that i think cripples relationships because you just don't think you think this is the only man that gets compatible with you or has a good job or whatever the things that you like him in him as a friend. You think that there's not anybody else out there like that. And i'm here to tell you that's not the case so step on the other side of fear. Don't you deserve better. You really really honestly do and you know it too. I think you're just letting the fear cripple you and it's not a bad thing because everybody does it but at the end of the day what you want is you wanna partner. That is loyalty you. Hundred percent loyal. And that's not asking too much. You wanna partner. That's a teammate. And a partner to you you don't want to. That's playing checkmate with other people. And i think. I think those are the two big things loyalty respect and trust. Yeah and i also think that if you keep him in your life and don't in keep having this friendship or whatever's going on when you if you are able to meet someone in your head like if you're able to meet someone else and start a relationship he's not gonna happen this relationship with this guy who's and with you and sending tech so you're limiting yourself from first of all meeting someone amazing because you're settling for this guy and second of all setting yourself up to make your future partner feel insecure. What the relationship with this guy who's doesn't have boundaries angry boundaries are very important and you need to set somewhat this guy because you are a bad be and you are choice and not side whatever fling boundaries are like the key to life. They're hard though it's hard to in normally we have to set boundaries of the people that we love like the people that we care about the most like those are the ones that we actually have to set boundaries for a lot of the times. And it's hard. I'm really working on learning to set boundaries with but it's with people that i don't necessary i don't want to have to set boundaries with part is tough. Because she likes it there's no boundaries. Here she likes that. He says i love you she likes. He's a little flirty. No little physically flirty but not too much. She likes that. So then. that's a problem. Well we all like we all like attention in that way. Not from a guy with you. Imagine it's just not good. No i'd be like don't touch me. What's your girlfriend instagram. Because i'm going to let her know. Oh there was a there was a post in the facebook group about I don't know if any of you saw it but basically on this scrubber her friend the guy and the girl are both like good friends of hers and she found out that the the female is having an cheating on the fiance and they're supposed to get married and she decided she's just going to go through with the wedding and so the scrubber was asking. I don't know what to do because they're both my friends like do i stay out of it. Do i take myself out of the wedding and hope that she eventually that forces her to tell him because he asked like wire. Y'all not friends. You know i was like that is tough. There was a lot of mixed reviews on like people seeing saying. Stay out of it not your relationship and then people saying you should let him know so that his life isn't you know ruined by this girl and she's friends with both of them both of them. I would encourage the my girlfriend to tell the guy that she's been she did. I think she's told her and she said i don't care i think she's. She's pretty casual about it from what she said. I was in this very situation a number of years ago where the guy was cheating on the girl and they were in a very serious relationship and i was friends with both of them and i remember talking to someone else. Come god i feel like i should. I should tell her because she thinks this is great guy and he's acting like a piece of and i understood. It's like this wasn't my place. I figured it will come out like will resolve itself. You know because these things always do and that was. That was almost a decade ago. And they're still married end. It doesn't seem like it ever came out so maybe that secret is was me who knows mike. Listen you like kind of remove yourself from the friendship or did everything to stay normal. I distanced myself. Definitely from the. Because i told him i was like this is is horrible and tom. You should tell monica what you're doing. And but he didn't want to hear it in his friend anymore. And i don't talk to her very much. They seem very happy if all on instagram time. Oh i know it's weird. It's like you. And i know we always have kind of differing opinions on different relationship advice to stay out when to speak up but i do think it it would say a lot without you saying anything if you backed out of the wedding and said i am not going to be a part of that. I don't support it and it almost would force her to answer the question that he would have a why that happened without you. Having to be the one to tell one of those where i go. I'm not a professional seek professional advice or listen to eastern. It's essentially professional advice walnut. No i'm gonna go sit and think for fifteen minutes about what my future looks like way to put that in my calendar every day my future fifteen and you want to know what's crazy about that. And when he said this. I've actually started to do something with my neighbor. We both were kind of talking about how we have a hard time like working in our homes now like we can get through the work that we need to do. But we can't. We're not like inspired to you. Know what i mean like. Push the envelope a little bit and so were tag teaming and we're doing we're like like People do like future planning and they have like their baby classes and stuff where they do llamas class and feature family planning or whatever we're doing future planning and we're keeping each other accountable gonna do it together. somewhere outside like at like a park or something nearby where we dislike carve out like once a week time together holding each other accountable to plan our future for dula classes and stuff for the classes and stuff back with becca cool becker. Yeah cool becca not to be confused with me. It's very different than you. Because she's cool cool that's great She's so awesome. Yeah very different from you. Back your best friend. I obviously think you're the coolest person ever. She has like a different like energy. Like she's very calming and just like cool. There's like no way for her figgers so like we could just let this. Continuously tries to 'cause blame by my feelings might get hurt at that point. It's fine when you meet her. You'll understand that energy okay. Can't wait the do the cool becker. The door okay. On that. No but i really hope that we see a lot of you this week for the gallon tines day event. We have some fun guests coming on. We have a best friend competition tanya in a best friend of hers versus me and the best for new mine. Yeah competing for who knows each other best. Oh that's what we're competing again. I don't know citing you ask me like the newlywed game. I think okay type thing. I asked her cal and i was like. I don't really know what we're going to be like selena lyrics verse taylor lyrics. Know what we're going to get it so great. I'm feeling great about it anyways. Hope you have a wonderful monday and tuesday. We'll see you on wednesday. We love you. Guys are mimicking us back on my new best friend. Probably i mean. I don't know how much you told her. She might be able to know she might know enough to compete. If i know you and i know becca. She napoli knows the size of my menstrual cup. Okay well then she on that note. We'll be back next week. Love you all whether you're just starting or advancing your nursing. Career wilkes affordable online nursing programs are designed to fit your goals in lifestyle you'll be well positioned for success with their guaranteed clinical placement services and dedicated student. Success advisor will help you. Navigate the journey from application to graduation. So if you're looking to start a new career wilkes rigorous online accelerated. Bs in program can fully prepare you to become a nurse and just one year so whatever. You're calling wilkes university. Has the answers. Nurses evolve here learn more and scheduled time with an admissions counselor at wilkes dot. Edu slash scrubbing. That's wilkes dot edu slash scrubbing in cox. 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Jeffs Joke Corner

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2:17:09 hr | 2 years ago

Jeffs Joke Corner

"Yeah. How? Jerk. I'm Jackie comptroller -partment town downtown. Tedious Carolina to get sat district of Los Angeles. Now, let's bring art game master extraordinaire, Spencer creek. Spencer creek. What what it is? I got the couch back you're wearing you got your couch. You're you're wearing your conic lumberjack classic wardrobe. Your mayor Daniel Harmon. Jan. Your spirits while. Should be. Very easy. If your wild. I had a note session with. Trai? School teacher. Feels over rod. I'm seventeen. It's a creative writing class. I should be over. I don't know how to take that. No. It sounds like over ready. Hello debt compared to these days, which I imagine like you kids, you probably didn't have a school paper. You probably have a school texts school emoji. You're like. The school emoji. You fucking robots? I'm not blaming you. I'm I feel bad for you. I didn't make my school paper, but I had one and we had like deadlines school paper. I would I would assume that you would have been like editor in chief of your squad. Look make no mistake. I was top shit in terms of creating the content. That's not true. No there were better workers harder workers. And there were people more respected. There were better poets better writers. I was but I loved working on the school paper. I just wanted glory. I wanted to I had a serialized Spencer. Hell, yes. This will wake you up cereal. I'm awake. I'm just behind everyone else. New way of saying. Hi. Didn't get that. Big laugh. I'm not not feel good night. Them not laughing at them. And it seemed like I was shaming. You. I'm proud of you being high. Yeah. Me too. No. I'm loving it. I'm just not on my game. Love how high you are. Yes. E- proud of you, son. No. Yeah. Boston where I didn't smoke much every time. I come back for a trip. That's the highest. I've ever been the best. Why are you in Boston? There's this thing called Pax. I guess there's a bunch of them this once closer apparently. But out to Boston you play games. DM ing. No, no, I should have. If I had any forethought at all it would have been. Insane. How packs compared to a gen con I've never been to Junkin. I want to do that too. But I don't know. It was just weird. I've never been to anything because it was it was kinda like Comecon just with the convention floor. You know? But then a good third of the space was just like long tables and chairs there were just full of people playing fucking board games and games and shit. It was crazy. There's so much game playing. I've just never seen. I mean, there's all these cons. We've been on. It's like checkout. What's on FOX? And then it's like the cause playbook gate or whatever. But it's like, it's all this thing. You know? It's all just kind of like this weird artifice or marketing or whatever. But like this is just people doing doing games. It was interesting when I was your age. Ulysses grant was president of the United States. Blood was embarrassed off. I remember Comecon we'd go to comic con, and it would be like because we were working in comic books, and it'd be like, oh, we're here to sign a comic book, and then you'd walk around and be like God damn this place has a lot of people selling comic books, and there is also people like well guys are walking around sell buying comic. But maybe like a sword and the answer is fair. Yeah. There was people want swords comic. Let's make sense in Inglewood that was had a sword in Aslan Charlotte church, and he got killed by police because I think he fucked up a couple of cops with a sword. Oh, yeah. In a Scientology church is that what you call them. And. Inglewood's fucked up for a lot of reasons. If you're gonna fuck it have a sore throat down. I like seeing. Scientology venue. Because you're able to be objective. You don't have to root for either size. Oh, I hope the police learned their lesson along with Z new. I will I will stab your Fatan work. You just heard the word sword. Like, I mean, I'm already three tangents deep. I can't have you doing that? What? Hannah's fine. There's no there's no guests. This is it this is brought it up. Okay. It's all right. It was it was a very Spurrier's connection. I. I was like based on something special seeing about this convention where it's like, oh, just games. And I was like I remember from the old days the early nineties like ninety three ninety five I remember being Comecon and like selling and buying comic books at a big box. And everyone's just like, it's just Comecon. And yeah, there was a ton of shit that wasn't comics. I'm not I don't I'm not going to be an old timer that like pretends. And you know, there's nothing but comic no bunch of swords. And delay. But and then, but I remember like what it was like that central area of the exhibit floor like the day that it was like the police station one. Like kind of like, oh, what's the fuck is going on in the middle of this fucking? Th why the hell are we having to walk around this? It was like well some video game decided that because technically we're all nerds that maybe we'd be interested in Papa the Rapa coming out on XBox or something, and it was like like it just started. And that was like along with that. It was like every once in a while. Was it Bruce Willis what the fucks go. Yeah. And then with that comes like, hey stuff sitting on the floor fatty. I got a bunch of comic books. Yeah. Bet you do. Comic books than you. Bruce, Willis, you fuck it sit in the floor front of him. I'm gonna fuck. It makes your ass. Now that conversation never happened. No guys. The guys are bad those staff guys a comic on our bad at packs. They were like volunteers, and they were actually really good their jobs. They were very late contextual enforcements, but just to the both sides represented. I'm a big both saidest. We're at wonder con that was a real like all the security. There was volunteer. Which is why a guy came up to talk about deadpool and his friend came up to punch him in the face. Then we were paid in an envelope of cash and whisked back to the hotel. Those were bad. I will go back to Florida again. I know I wanna know about sharing that. Of videos. It was a show that I was you want that flack, go ou-. I was at that show. I wonder how that would have gone down. If I had interfered in that interference loop would have caught his punch. No, no, I wouldn't because I'm not a martial artist. I just know you I just think I would have made the person feel bad before they started throwing punches and people the guy did not take a survey. Like, he was all very. Up and punched his friend in the face. The thing is it looked like he was going to grab a mic until the very last second, which is a semi precedent phenomenon. Unfortunately. Punched his friend. Out later that they were friends was that a setup did they what's the difference? When you're twenty two. Everything's a joke. Nothing's a joke. Like everything's your Tyler Durden. You're you're you're Robert Edwards. Whatever the hulk name is your. Bris? Ed norton. You're Robert Evans, your your kids in the picture, your kids out of the picture, the kids the whole it doesn't matter to them. They're twenty two. What's the difference? Would you live at death? You're twenty two who's here's what I did. When I was twenty two I spent five years doing nothing. But smoking weed out of a Bong I made out of a syrup bottle. Was fucking melted. Plastic I was smoking. Like, I wasn't even smoking weed. I tested that theory. I was like, well, maybe just a placebo. Yeah. Or you've been huffing fucking burnt plastic for five years like like like Sheryl Crowe thinks she got cancer from the water bottles in the back seat of her car. Like, it's a real thing. Like, the idea of just water soaking and plastic little heated. I'm I. This is why I can't remember at Norton's name. At Norton honeymoon is what's it's Robert Evans, Norton is the hulk fight club. It's Bixby Bixby is the. Well, come on Bill Bixby played played. Yeah. The name of the character Norton, Ed Norton, that's the actor of the new year. He played the hulk in one of the nine hope movies. The hulk appears paid seventy one. No, wait what? Which say what no Edgerton made made the punk rock response. He was he was like, yeah. No. I'm not I'm not making that fucking shit to hoc speaks to me. It's about fucking trying to manage an anger. I'm not mocking him. It's sounds a lot. Like, it was good. No, no, Mark Ruffalo, right barn, grow B's, the hulk. No, no. Who who was in the one Eric Bana Ingley Eric Bana, Josh Weeden tracked the code like don't make Hoke movies. Josh Wheaton said he's like you can't make a halt movie. The hulk is a marvel care that hates the one thing. The audience loves you, the Thor isn't like that. He's like a kickback fucking hammer away from me, unfortunately, the hulk is just like the closest thing you're going to get to a DC character in the marvel. He's gonna do anything, but doesn't want to who is the act of the play the seventies eighties. Hulk Bill Bill Bixby was the hulk. But who the Bill was the non Hulke version? Fantastic. I wish I really wish Bill Bixby. If Bill fucking great favorite Martian, Bill Bixby and his pants playoff. And then all of a sudden he had a rope belts. Where did that rope? Cut from. Apply of rope. But night from satisfied audience in the academy of television, scientists because that show won an EMMY for best dramatic series on television, the hulk where where they would regularly if they had to show a close up of the hoax foot, mashing a gas pedal as it sometimes did because sometimes the whole didn't need to angrily drive a car, and they would show a close up of his foot, and it would it be for knows foot with little green pantyhose on it. Like, a little likelihood spanning the pants a torn in a way that like pirates panther torn torn and regular like, oh, my leg free times bigger. They were torn in a weird. I was watching a hold rented. They show the whole Quinn. And like sham his foot, and you can tell like, okay. So what are we going to cut you in the bay? And the answer is usually like a second unit. Like, if you you can Bank this stuff like they're like, well, yeah, we sent out the crew shot like one of the stunt guys or whatever like we shot their foot going through the thing. And it's like the guys like whoever it is wearing like they're wearing a thing that would make sense for them to wear instead of spray painting their feet green. If they're doing like shots of them like leaping over fences, or whatever which is like they're wearing a green sock on their foot. And it doesn't it's not like I mean this world of CG. You don't even. Saying it's just like green tights like on your foot like so there's no toes, and I do like a close up of. It was like, yeah. I'll use it in the executive producer is like what are you doing a sock commercials. Like, no, this is your show about the hull and the EP was like, what's what's what do we do after this? It goes into the Smithsonian. No it goes on television for an hour. Are you? Sure people aren't going to do. There's no what do you think? People are going to record it. People aren't going to watch it over and over again, seventy five percent of the human beings that love your show. And gave you an EMMY are never going to see that foot. They're going to be making a sandwich. They're gonna be yelling at their daughter for joining the the coal the NRA. And none of them knew the VCR hadn't been invented. So like back. They just going out of the airwaves, which means it's going like it's like pissing it out of your dick. Watching TV on high def television. A great digital TV changes every when it's remastered like they would shoot nightrider on film. And then they and then it got broadcast some of these old shows like they shoot it on film. And then and then if they kept the shit or whatever it's like, they'll do like Knight rider, Blu Ray, you can watch the thing. And you're like whole now you're seeing shit that not only, but I'm just saying even even before high def you're like, oh, they didn't know wonder women's like wig would look like they didn't know what we could see that makeup because they didn't have I death. But I'm saying even like the also didn't understand the high def that is we would all have all media permanently stored forever forever. Yeah. Terry. Well, what we do is. We throw these candies at a parade. And I'm not impugning them at all. They took great pride in it. But they thought that their job was like they've spent more time going like when you throw candy don't hit a kid in the I don't let them choke. Don't throw it to a kid who looks like his epic. Gladys might be malformed like they they were focused more on different shit because it was of the moment. And now we live in this world where it's like every candy is like being into their brain by ven MO and they have it forever. So keep in mind that five years from now, you might be committing a felony. Do you? Remember when the Harlem Globetrotters, made it to Gilligan's island. They finally made it. They got off the island in the same. That is. Hot come the cast can't be smarter than the Harlem Globetrotters and make a boat. These are these are old questions. Jeff everybody wonders that, but let's do a segment called old TV questions. Who's got an old TV question for me? Don't ask them have eight hundred thousand questions about fantasy island. Yeah. Chris McKenna, and I are obsessed without having even really rewatch the show Chris McCann from community are constantly talking about like doing our fantasy island reboot where where you focus more on the people that work at fantasy island because it's like what the fuck for those of you who don't know you probably have heard the log that. You're probably familiar with it as I am even though I grew up with it actually on the air. But you because it's such a simple concept. It's Mr. Rourke Ricardo Montalban about his diminutive magical friend her villages playing a guy named tattoo. They both wear white suits, and they work on this island plane plane lands with three people or couples and as they get off the plane, Mr. tattoo goes who's that boss? What about them tattoo that is a famous author J K Rowling like it'd be sometimes it would be ripped from the headlines subtle seventies way. Like, that's a famous author are fouling, you know, like. Oh, I get it like like like the archetype of the famous author like she's she's oh, God, she sold over three hundred thousand bucks that's half the population of the earth. Does. That's correct too. But she's never experienced the gas shortage. Now, I just trying to say it's like a seventy show ten haven't answers his own TV question. But like a massive bull of the people that came to fantasy island. A huge percentage of the people that came to fantasy island were getting the all paid a stencil. Ashley, I would say an exorbitant price. Otherwise, why isn't there ship full of people? It's always a seaplane and people are getting off, and they look rich, and they're like always bestselling authors. And. So they paid a hefty sum. And then like a lot of them were like they came. They're going. I wanna be famous or I want to be a rockstar. I wanna be rich. I wanna be respected and like a bunch of if not all of them like it was like, oh, okay. I guess it's kind of fucked up that you made me get chased by a dinosaur. But now that I think of it. I just needed confidence. Bye. Thank you who fantasy fulfilled. Just not the one I paid for the one I needed money back. My memory is always like the accident found they needed to fall in love with Orson Welles or somebody. They had. I mean, all I remember is a kid. It was always like the only theme. I remember concert was sort of like, but I'm unhappy now. Yes. But that's the points. Thank you. I could've sworn I could have gone to McDonald's with a thousand times less money that I gave you and gotten more opportunity to inspect myself. But would you have hung out with Stephanie? Surname zimbalist? The cast of that show is always great. Well, but that's that's the only other thing about fantasy island is fascinating thing is that even though there's three calls that show up at the beginning of the episode. There's always these establishing shots like oh. And then fantasy island businesses going on. And there's like you see like people like waiters bringing coconut drinks to like people that are sitting by the side of the pool, and none of those people came in and a seaplane. I think I think they all did. I think they're all on fantasy island every I mean that was. Camera C planes. The camera focuses on powers and. Robert something I was assuming more like you could also come to fantasy Allen on a huge shitty fairy from New Jersey or something and like pay eighty dollars a weekend to like sit near rich people who were being taught that they shouldn't need shit as much. You're just like drink stap yelling. Hey, listen, Mr. rookie could teach you to fucking quit lipid off. So because we didn't pay for the platinum package to just fucking do what I say give me a napkin. I can't wait 'til we're rich enough to come to this island. And and tattoo says who's that? And Mr. ROY says, it's a guy wishes his wife would shut up. So that you get chased by dinosaur. Hey, well, I'm looking around and seeing no dinosaurs. So shut your lip. Drew beca. It's a living. I was just Alantic city. And you did a perfect impression of everybody. Every conversation. You walk down the street and you see, oh, this looks like a lovely couple as oh. Who's gonna fuck me? Tonight. You fucking Jim oak you fucking PC shit. Stugatz. This guy talking to the girl and the girl goes, oh, the focal you you fucking. L Jeff Davis. We love your show coming tonight. And they come up on stage the audience was drunker than the cast, which we find highly disrespectful. Holy fuck. Jersey audience is I my hat is off to because. Wow. The women's smoke and talk like stevedores, it's. It's hot like because. But that might be part of the Marissa's Tomi my cousin Vinny trope of life. Like, I don't know. But I I mean, I like I like dirty girl. I told you the story told the story about like principally. I don't wanna soil principally. I know. I did my little disgusting about eighty grant. But that was my old fifteen year old self. I was like, Ooh, I wanna I have grown into a man wants to be soiled. And I have found a partner that I feel I always feel dirtier after I have sex with Cody, and that's why I am proud to give her my fucking. I'm never going to get an erection again after that. The story about what the girl said that was trying to come unto Ryan in. Morristown New Jersey, right? I've told destroy before having to hide I don't know audience have four just let her writ. All right. So we're we did a show Morristown New Jersey. It's very nice. And it's the mayo something fancy theater and across the street is nice pub, we meet some theater fancy place. The mayo theater. The mayo essentially it's like, a an aristocratic kind of healthy occupational healthy Oscar Mayer auditorium, yes miracle with and we are at this pub across the street and Ryan, and I in Greg Proops in I think chip Esten. We made a gang of waitresses. And they all say, hey, you guys got to come into this bar after we're come these fucking. No, no, no, they're currently working. They're wearing their working. So they can't cuss. They can't press being very tell people in jersey dress. All these are women are wearing bowtie apron and the thing at our club. We go to a club and is. I will never forget that walked in ice ice, baby. Playing people were lined dancing to it. They were they were doing the electric slide to ice ice. Baby. Are like oh shit is fucking nineteen ninety one right now. It's great. And there was a giant trans gender woman. All say looked like mean, Joe Greene, wearing a blue cocktail dress immediately fell in love with Ryan styles. Because he knew he was you're selling this place. Tomorrow's child find find this fucking place. 'cause it's great like, it's just drywall. There's there's no there's nothing it's just a fucking nightmare. And. Right, right. Wait what? Hydrate. Now, we save styles is six foot six I think this guy is a head taller the cocktail fellow. He's just he's just a person that's out the bar. Okay. Different fields. And Ryan introduced me to him or her and said, hey, Jeff have you met the little the little lady? Have you little lady he died laughing? We ought to good time. And then we all went to another bar and then. Three girls. Followed us one girl who was also like flat-footed my height. I'm six four. She the middle of the street. Just started making out with me and sixty he's hanging on his toes. And I go, hey. The girl comes up to coming onto Ryan who is the best looking of the trio as she goes. She goes one of. I wanna make out with Ryan tonight. I go you just told me that that guy right behind us as your fiancee, you know, that Ryan is married, and she goes, oh, you gotta be singled. A fuck when you guys. All right. You've found you found. My I don't wanna go there. I don't like like jerseys fucking insane. It's a crazy place made of crazy when I got to Boston like within like three two hours of being there. I was I got to my hotel, and then I left my get dinner just walking to a restaurant. I heard two separate people just like call other people that the F word for gay slur. And I was like, wow. This is just. Yeah. This is Boston. Okay. The two syllable version. Yeah. Yeah. I was like, wow. This is great. I mean, not great. You know, it was blasted as fuck. Boston simpler times I I was in Thursday's unless Vegas yesterday. Say thursday. Yeah. What you said. Yeah. Simply expects Thursday. Butts is walking behind cats at a at a place in Vegas yesterday goes. I'm pretty sure Philadelphia accent. I can't do a great Philadelphia accent, which which burrow. You heard me which side of the one oh five. It's by the fucking thing. The fuck you wanna talk that sounds like the fuck like a west west list. And you gotta you gotta get it off. Montes. But a guy in front of me wearing a tank top on a Saturday afternoon as you do and Vegas if you are determined to never get laid. Sandals and tank tops and the one guy in a tank top with a with a backwards baseball cap says to the guy in tank top where I think was a Ford baseball cap because you've fucking the fuck is like I was up told grand down twelve grand. Now you fucking motherfucker. I'm fucking down twelve and the guys they you should've fucking what the way and. There's children walking by them. That's the beauty of Vegas is that nobody has any fucking held in fucking. That's how those guys learned. I mean, also I like the fact that that guy had told Granda throw around. It's not like if you keep those kids out of that place. They all turned into neuro physicist. They basically like end up eighty five percent of them back there going. Hey, wait. I hate all of you. If you're down twelve grand and you're wearing a tank top. That's your fault. Yeah. Because it's you make say, I'm adding the added cynicism that you can't save those kids most of them turn out to be fucking idiots. You could raise them in a fucking under a rocket at NASA because that's dangerous. Where's the smartest place? You could raise a kid like where's the kid like surrounded under underneath a giant rocket? Yeah. I already said that's not a good place to me. You fucking Stu guts. Anyways, what I was gonna say to you. Thank you was that God damn it. Now, I lost. It was shit shit shit shit. Got it got, dammit. It's telling around you get about body, you're gonna get. You're gonna get it wasn't Boston. No, no, no way way back. Maybe a beat will break around talking. Try to think about the thoughts in your head try to visualize warehouse. Instead like the dream catcher movie winding through the all. So you understand it all about the concept of memory? All right started. I just got bummed out. There's a character in the movie dream catcher, Stephen king's dream catcher. And they're like, oh, man. It's a nine hour miniseries event. Like, they couldn't figure out what to remove from this tome. Just adapt. It people need to see it. It's words coming out of a typewriter. Like, what do we do? We got. We got a committed to film, if the book says they did this. They got to do that. If it's a book, the book was three hundred pages scripts going to be nine hundred pages if that means that the things going to be ten hours long than we can't put it in a theater, no theater will will fit release it on television. There. I said it. Okay. So dream catcher. Yeah. Is like a it's like a nine hundred page script for a ten hour events about a group of grown-ups who get this in their childhood used to experience magical things that were scary that taught them that they were special in a more efficient as so that an adult hood, they get together. And I find your backspace key. There. I said it I got drunk enough. What would your wouldn't? I wouldn't do anything. You know, why? Because I'm have enough integrity that I don't ever write anything. Trimble with the responsibility above the keys because I'm no hack. I would never finish monster house. I would have spent another twenty years. You would never know how that house would stop being a monster. I never would have told you how it started. What why did it has become a monster? They the lady at a circus didn't get loved enough. They finish that for me. As far as I was as I understood it. The point of the movie was supposed to be don't ask those questions like go to the library. And they pull out a book and. Like shrub pitched it, and I was like that's great. Let's just do it this way like they go to the library book. And there's like there's a page, and it's like Abe Lincolns fighting a monster log cabin with a cold shovel. And they're like this has been happening since the beginning of time. Like, there's a word for this kind of demon. It's like a property demon. If you die coveting your pop property a certain amount, and there's like a monster pyramid biting into. And it's like it's like like if you if. If you're make muster pyramid. That's a fucking. That's your moody. We would have if they if they had let me finish that beautiful script. I would be about on my third draft by now. But they know they dragged it out of me months your pyramid. I wanna fuck and see that immediately. But you're not supposed to then go find out that that oh, they're top of that. There's another reason why the houses a monster. And it's not what you thought it's because of body shaming. It was I fine with that too. But it's like I would have removed the time life book, and I would've like, but you know, I would have not written. It is my point. I'm here. I am forty six years old. Like, what am I trying to convince you kids of the mythology of the autour? It's garbage. Like, what am I I'm a piece of shit? I'm a terrible a scarecrow a living scarecrow, I should be a cautionary tale to you. Don't let the crows of your of your ambition land in my corn. You should see me crucified by my own self imposed paralysis. That was a lot of redundancy, and I would have refined that, but I don't have a backspace key in the podcast. I wouldn't have written the scene hit the backspace. Okay. Let's move on to something else. So I the fucking. Yeah. I got you. I was talking about. What did I talk about it first came out board? No. That was me. What did you talk about? Go back, right because you Ford's school papers. Yes. Yes. They job guys. Thank you. We did it we work as a team. Did he work? Anymore? I just wanted to let you know that on my school paper. I wrote I tried to write a serialized medieval fantasy piece. Yeah. That's going to be this epoch thing. It was called like the legend of Falstaff or something. And it was I think I really to installments just like walked away from it. Because I was like this is so long and rambling. I don't wanna do this anymore. My friend used to just do like fraudulent articles in his school newspaper. Just be all like there's a new coke in the Pepsi machine. Because Russia's trying to initiate a do red scare or something like that is the head of his time. Yeah. And that that guy's name, right? Priebus. Thank you got one. I got one big laugh from the funny. It's. You laughed you'd have that. I hope that anybody. I don't know how you pronounce pre-bus is first name. France. Right. I was right. Sounds like after nine eleven when my grandma was like what what what's up with that bin Laden? Like, you haven't heard bin Laden's name set by anyone that beat him like person like imposed? I'm not gonna fuck and say though, vowels of their name, right? The fuck of they'd done for me. But. Dan, you still say battle instead of because I wish bagfuls would burn in hell because they fucking into you bagels credit here. You certainly must have heard that word Bego more than you pronounce my grandma just learned the word to save time. Everyone else did she's watching the towers go down bin Laden. Wolf Blitzer bin Laden? What the few telling me my fucking grandma doesn't have the option. She's dead. Now, you happy. I am. I. Checking about you, not saying bagel. Yeah. I know that's crazy that you're drawing the parallel crazy crazy. Can't say bag g I try not to talk about. It's spelled like a fucking bag. I ever, you know, at this point in my life. I've tried to own it. I've tried to celebrate it. I've tried to fuck in fix it. You people's are ridiculous. I like like everyone was ridiculous. I'll I'll apparently every once in a while, by the way apparently accidentally say bag. Bag goal. You have to go like act like you're gonna eat one like bagel. Apparently accidentally do that. Sometimes. Because when I do the shit really flies time, I combed my hair in seventh grade. I'd never again. Do do you combed your hair? Yeah. Like on accident because believe me, I'm not taking fucking notes from you. You fucking immaculate piece of shit you horrible precursor to thirty years of suffering. That will culminate it being unfashionable for me to be a victim. Thought about hot feels. For my career, a golden it. Right. Win old white men aren't fun anymore. Think about what did you think about me for a second? It's high time the white man had a platform. Well, it's a it's a high time we kept it. I guess is what I've I just got here, but platform clambered up it, I I felt like a woman. I had to work so hard getting I don't even know what it's like to be. What about his guy? Jefford to explain it. All. What do you want to hear from me? Where are you going? All right. I'll just by this house over here. Sketch baby baby. But you never heard the word bagel. I only ever saw imprint I didn't grow up in a fucking fancy house lake yard. I know how to pronounce ham enrolls. Fucking debutante. I say that you were Jeep into contin that there was no bagel shop bagels, but they were. It's not a regional thing. Okay. I grew up fucking poor. And I was like you fucking. Yeah. I did. He didn't prove I didn't shit show us the tax returns. I grew up so poor way. Were you? Trucks were. Title trucks, they were removed tonsils from from privileged kids. They're gonna have their tonsils removed. Tonsils rotted in the back of my throat, and I had to swallow him and donate my shit to the coal company that my dad worked for also pretty poor. Grow up. I just told you really wrong metro chop five. How poor was Dan Harmon. Wait, I when I when I got. With paper plates. Probably something funding. Don't you can't? Dan, Dan was so poor his uncle died and came back as a hillbilly and the doctor called it a case of Rian turn nation. That's so put him four. That's that's how poor Dan's family ways. Real hard. That that your family so poor that they taught you how to stretch a premise connection. Like that a partner told me that joke in Sacramento four days ago. And here's how you are two guys walked into a bar, right? I might like real there. That's the one I had in the chamber. All right now. Listen, no. We've got a lot. He's the difference between what what? Dale Earnhardt and Pink Floyd have in common. Both of their last hits was the wall. Oh such crass. That's wildly Hugo herald wildly Joe herald three anymore. That's a fucking good joke. No heraldry. I think maybe if the Lancasters bullied you for your whole life, and like, you you were you were thrown to the wolves that you were raised by white walkers. But you'd fight 'em enough. Remember respect you. And then you're like redhead head like wittling in a cave. Like, maybe I'd let you laugh at that. If you were like that that one I'm house last name. I'm team seriously team, sir. See what about those sleeves Honey? I don't know whether to where this or what is it a slang it, all right? Doesn't I appreciate you guys being here? It's it's Dan, do you know, why Justice tolen- only wrote in lower case letters? Wait will always. Aided capitalism. Yes. Yeah. Do you know why ducks do, you know, ducks have tails others? Pretty hate capitalism. Because they hate capital. Why is to protect their butt quacks? Quacks? Yes. But quacks ducks, Dan. How they have bringing their assholes. Why do they have a little glee in your life? Learn how to be a child again. That's just willful absurdity. That's not childhood innocence. But quacks like the also have cracks they have tailfeathers. They don't have Craxi about quacks, then say, then say, what do ducks go to the proctology to have its back did their dancer. Let me answer me. Yes. What? The quacks with what's the difference between what I did what you did mines more efficient and. Mine is nature is saying that God gave them tail feathers to protect about quacks. So they don't have to go to seek medical attention. Jeff, why do you comb your butt? I don't. Why do you have a part in the middle? Do you know why the toilet paper could not cross the road, it t- peas got it? Got stuck in a crack? Yeah. I mean that works by the way for the record. I approve of that kind of wordplay. I don't laugh out. But I'm like, okay. That scans. I'm fine. I just a quick thing. I'm not going to whatever, Dan a friend of mine just got a job as a security guard. In his job was boss told him you got to watch the office and he's on season three right now. He loves it. It's fun. It's funny. He hates it. But he loves it. All this your blinds. Man. He's mandate wasn't community thinks not that. We I mean this team this team drain steamed, but like. I was gonna I was gonna I dropped the suit off the dry Clinton's. Okay. Well, let me let's just make this segment. So I can sit down for it. I feel like breasts the button told well, I tried joke corn. Sure. Chance. This is an actual oaks slice of life daily. Jeff Davis kind of information. I got one of those two away nationalist in the. I could use a joke. Right. Especially you got what did you go for yours is going to be better? That's why I want you to go first. Oh, no. Okay. So driving down the road. What was it the five north towards Sun Valley? Right. 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It's like, I don't know the wording, right? Because it seems to me that the only way to tell the joke is to repeat the same word in the setup is the punchline. That's just right. I'm gonna constructed in a way that doesn't require that. That's the hard place shoot from the hip. No, no, no. I'm gonna baby. There's a guy went into the doctor this just happened. And. The doctor said Hello. How can I help you in the guy was like, well, I like, I don't know. How do I start like should you shrink me down? And the doctor's like what? This conversation. I ever have in here. Like, we don't have that kind of technology. You guys like, well, what do you have like a large bottle that I fit in and the doctor's like, whoa, sir. Please we could go on like this forever. But like just explain to me what's going on. I just I saw the sign outside your building. It said vitamin B one. Yeah. Jazz Joe card or? Joe? Are your? Really I'm gonna listen to a playback of the sound. You guys just finished making. There a lot of victory in like I say rolling. As relate county, just uncomfortable. But part of it was that I like invited you into kind of a magical world, they were ready. It wasn't like, oh, you suck to telling the joke or that guy's dumb for wanting to be a vitamin. They were I do have a lot of questions about him too. That's you're you're like fuck what kind of world is this mad just signed told him. He wanted to be vitamin. But what if he passed the sign that was like, I mean who knows what that guy could have read that day. He he's even gone to these gotten to the point in his head where he's interpreting letters as verbs like be one. And he's like, I got it. I got it. Yeah. I get it. You didn't want to waste time on that site. I'll go ask the doctor a shrink me. Because in their original joke is the guy says I want to be vitamin how real joke. You can't say that the guy says I want to be a vitamin and the doctor says why and the guy says 'cause the signs at vitamin B one doctor would be like won't you can't use the word vitamin and be in your. Setup guy. Be like I'm not a joke. Dr be like, we'll just a psychopath. You're dangerous lake lately. Sirhan Sirhan had like more going on like lately and he shot Kennedy. Guys, like who's that this jokes from the fifties? Like, vitamin B one signs. We're like so knew that people were like what if this happened? People were so scared vitamin advertisements. We're going to like undermine the fabric of their land. Gauge here about that guy. Someone's going to see that site walk right in there and try to to turn into vitamin that was that was their definition of problems reflected growing tensions of abbreviations at the time. And then and then he went to Woodstock, and they just fucked the planet. They're like, oh peace. Love fucked Twitter this polar ice cap let me smoke that. I don't even know what these people are doing. I know it's all their fault. That's right. You heard me, they're smoking stutter. Your assume your grandparents, my parents, they hurt you. They did it. We got to blame. Somebody. They love the Beatles. And they and they and they ruined everything. I don't I'm not on Twitter anymore. I gotta like. Keep bring blame. The attorney general for anything. I remember his name Roseanne Roseanne Barr. We think that Muller report Jeff thoughts on that thought it was pretty fucking disappointing. And it's it's it was always going to disappointing. And this motherfucker is going to get re elected. Mark my words, I don't mean to be the voice of doom. But why do you think otherwise is beta work going to come save the day? Oh, yeah. He's going to do it. No. He's fucking. Oh, yeah. He's gonna win. No. He's going to win. Now. He's not I fifty bucks on him winning. We're betting tonight in bed. I forgot it's March madness. Oh, yeah. Purdue in overtime something. Dan. Did you hear that took my suit into the dry dry Clinton's today? Yeah. As I do because I wear a lot of suits. I'm on the road a lot travel. I wear a lot of suits. And I took my suit into the dry cleaners, and she said come again, and I said, well, no, it's just a little toothpastes. Yeah. I like it. I like it. Because she assumes that I have jizzle over my suit. Yeah. And US soom, and she she was like again, I think that she's very justified because I frequently jerk awful over my suit. Well, no. Dressing like that isn't to make other people. Come what is it nothing? Go ahead. Keep on I didn't seem as your come. She did how do you know thinking tell the duck joke. Okay. Okay. The deck. Don't have. Talked ruined guy goes to a brothel. And he says I want to have sex with a sex worker, but I only have a dollar and the brothel manager says then you can have this use this duck and gives them a duck. And he goes up stairs with the duck and he comes back down. And he says that was the best sex ever. I can't believe it only costs dollar probably shouldn't feed back this much. Filling. Fuck it. I wanna live in a transplant society where like, you should know that customer satisfaction. Thumbs up dollar ever spent best sex ever had goodbye. My name's Herman Johnson. From the from the from the north Hampshire Johnson's. My branch of the family represents a bit of a black sheep. Apparently, we have pecker in the crap. Totally. Greatest laugh, most most most involuntary laugher. Sure. No one would sound that way on purpose. Full on what he went figure. Anyways. That was an intentional departure the truth is I can tell this joke. Effortlessly in sound like a regular. Rogue growed comic the guy then comes back the next day. The sun goes down and comes back up days. Other things happen to the town. This isn't the most important thing that's happening in the town. But it's just where we are. And the guy comes back in. And he goes I would like to have the same sex for the same price. And they're like, here's your duck. Fuck. No. They don't say that. They say here's fuck they don't say anything because if they do fucked it up they put. But I also can't say. It's going to end up being a different duck. And I I have to work around that. How does it? How do you do that? How do how do they not? How do you not refer to the duck is either the duck or a duck? If he asks for the duck and give him you have the duck. Okay. Do you have the duck? I'll have the duck again. And they're like, and they silently put a duck on the counter. And he's like. Can't believe you what you've orange you joke. Minute. And I'll pay you afterward this time because even though last time it started with me me telling you how much money had and you giving me the duck because of the price this time. The transaction is changed even though I'm back for the same thing. There's an unspoken sort of like, I'm good for it. I'm a satisfied customer. You've seen my yelp review. I'm not gonna balk at the price. I don't expect it to change its been one day, but thanks for the duck and the person's like they just 'cause fucking because the less he knows the better at this point. So I guess he has again, then pause hip. Hold your son. Are you fucking around? Are you really that bad at remembering this joke telling the judge? I'm no longer. But I just like I'm pointing out spots that I don't I'm getting hung up on. Okay. I'm not play. It wasn't not the part. I did the part as a joke like where the guy had the guy's family, whatever that was a joke because I didn't think I would hung up again in and he gets the other thing. So he has more sex with what he thinks he doesn't he just he just he just he's just up there. It doesn't matter. The camera stays down here. And he. Yes. So he comes back down with the duck and the duck. We now me and Duckie's holding. So we're none the wiser. He puts it on the county says now, I'm going to settle my tab. Right. Here's the dollar that I paid last time for sex with the duck and the and the. Sex worker. Tender says. Sex worker tender welcome to the nineties, bro. The kids. Call it being weak. He need to get weak. Okay. Okay. So the guy comes back down to with the duck. I mean, he puts on the counter put his dollar down. He's about he's leaving because he figures transaction complete and the person behind the counter, let's make a woman just because there's been nothing, but ducks and men in this story, and I'm not white night. And I'm just like and also genders construct. Deduct. We don't even know. We'll never know. We don't have to know. I can't tell if you're doing or not like I don't much of this as you just like. L brothel manager the sex worker had Madam problematic. But I don't know why you'll find out five minutes from now. And then too late. You'll be fired Nova you. You just do the world joining this balls have teeth. And could kit. You still have time just say nothing. Joel safe joke. The joke is five sentences by the way, good the sex trafficker cavalier. Madam Madam, it doesn't it just seem like something? That's going to be offensive a week from now. Okay. All right. I'll take us back to stay. With me. You lead the way I'll keep my back to add come through here right now. Our protagonist is where. Okay. So he's halfway across the room. Okay. Because he put his dollar down. And as far as he's concerned. This is how this place were a dollar he settled up and the man of mean. Yes, the sex worker tender the sex stagger. Whoa. Whoa. Whoa. Come back here finish paying. Oh. And they guys like what put a dollar down, and they're like, it's five dollars. He's like I came here yesterday and had sex with a duck for a dollar and the manager says that duck had aids. Yeah. Show. Killed. Three. Joe failed to protect my butt quack. Jabs specs spilled drink. Long car that you're going to do that joke afterwards verse they charged by the clients TD. It's yeah accent. It's this duck doesn't have aids. That's why it's about the current. Why is this five dollars dollar was does now? All right. Let me try again. Now. Now that I have all debugged tell it like pedal to the man, I swear to God gun to my head. Like, you're gonna kill my family your to face in your leg. I Mike I'm Commissioner Gordon and like like or whose kid was going to get killed Commissioner. Dan Harmon tells the duck joke perfectly fast all right guy, walks into four how it's gonna be problematic because I just need nuts for like eight. It's all start the funded. Really it really is like a five. Transgender caveman friend might not binary. Joke like regressive fucking freeze allergy. I'm just gonna go with it madams Dan to warm up. Tell the joke about. What do you call a hand that can count her own eggs? I warm ways of what do you what do you call a hand they could counter own eggs. A feminist. I don't know a man of chicken chick. Check your work now. Okay. Right. Poultry and my shit. Fucking go. You are ready to tone joke. First time. Your are you ready? Yeah. All right. Yeah. Okay. The guy goes into a whorehouse where you get whores. And he goes to the Madame. It's just such an ugly word Nova. I like like like fact, wait you got me nervous now. It's I want sex, and I like paying for it. I wouldn't be here. I can't tell if you're doing a job. What does he say? What do I get a dollar? Yeah. Yeah. Let me start over all. Horror house with a heart dick and a dollar and he's like. And he's like so puts up on my dick for a dollar on the hor- managers take this duck. And he's like he runs up stairs. And he fucks to shit out of any runs back down. And he's like click sex, no change, and he comes back in like a fucking hour later, more duck. They another one runs up. He's fucking fucks. It all the hell. And he comes back goes like safe difference. This went five dollars. He's like that were expensive. It doesn't have aids. Now, you do probably I was picked. Hetero. Normative? We don't want to admit as say at the end. I love the speed of that one in the anger. Great. I think the punchline you you have to make it more of a like a Henny Youngman. Kind of. I why was the badger you like running and crossing the finish line in record time. It was so mazing to see you just run through that. That's why people are. So I it's it's a different kind of talent people that can it's like a combination of semantics, but also like this like casualness because semantics are so crucial and all these jokes like you could say the wrong thing the wrong way, and it's like so crucial. And I'm just not used to that. Like, I don't that's not my because. Because every joke, you tell it's like that like the growed comic jokes there like it really just come down to like this like cadence and like like, oh, you say this. And then you say that and you say that a certain rhythm. And I really don't I don't I can't I always fuck it up. 'cause it's like the guy's got to say. Like like who? Yeah. I can't. I can't. I'm obsessed with stupid jokes. And I love them people. Tell me when the the the reincarnation is a great this this the soup. I I remember I think that one's pretty basic. Like. Guy who goes to. Well, he doesn't go to anybody. It's his wife. Flying start, by the way. Well, some of this stuff. It's like if my first draft is too long the beginning. That's doesn't like you just at it that I mean, not in the podcast. I mean, just whatever it's not a failure. As my point. Like, it's me working fucking soup joke. There's a woman that says goes to a helper in society, whatever I don't know if it's like a sex coach or something I don't know who you'd go to for this. There's a woman that husband. No, you don't. Sup- joke husband's going to be there with the punchline. You can't be open with him about her sexual goals. Like they asked to play out like freezing. We'll see the fence goes to. Everyone's heard this joke. She goes to a sexual mentor. I I don't know where you win is that a therapist. So she goes to a sex therapist. Thank you know, it's still a little problematic. I think. The says like my husband's not having sex with the want to encourage that more than discourage it that. They're like why don't you do something like make -nificant in adventure as and involving different outfits? And you know, I don't I'm not telling you two dollars up, but like at the same time like sometimes just a little distance from from the from the process can like like, you know, last thing I'm gonna do is tell you like you're not hot enough for your husband. I'm just telling you like like like like, maybe maybe sex needs to become adventurous again, it needs to become more of an can four line joke. So then because. Which she does your making it harder. But you're jeering why she goes home. It's moving fast enough for almost anybody as long it took for RoboCop to become a robo cop. This is a crazier story. Then that that guy just got shot. I could say that fast. Is this guy wanted to be a cop? And then he was like too much of a cowboy cop. So he put himself in harm's way. But he didn't know the corporations that were running the cops like actually we're placing high risk candidates different districts, according to their needs for a donor, aka half dead body. I mean long story short. This guy's part of like a backup plan like pork barrel law enforcement corporation. They realize pumping all their money at this thing called the Ed two oh nine which is urban pacification four line joke. And so are here who just wants to impress his son based on this show TJ laser like he ends up in Detroit, and he's like dead or alive. You're coming with me, they shoot. Rory dies listening RoboCop. That's that's less crazy than this fucking shit with these people that want to have sex so bad that they get an outfits like like, I mean, southern with that. But like this woman's Anton self-destruct, you're doing you're doing. You're you're trying to go home. I'm just telling you this movie would be longer than RoboCop. She goes home. She gets into a can't use the word because you can't use the punchline like usually get she gets into an outfit like got a Cape. It's got like a belt. It's got boots. She's like adventure do adventures sex because that's what she's thinking like. And so then the husband's like in his bed joke on. Husband's in his bed is doing a crossword puzzle that night, she. That that becomes important later on the joke. Does the fact that he's a crossword busiest becomes very important. So. Okay. It's no. It's the whole joke that. Yeah. Okay. Is that he's he doesn't look up from the crossword when he does the punchline. Okay, go ahead. The thing that I'm fucked up though is why did he is she in the closet the whole night because it's fucking four line joke. It's forced I want to retract some stuff. So she earlier was trying the outfit. I make sure it fits so that he came home, and she they played. I don't know if you just love talking so much, and you hate jokes that much, but are you really trying to be buff. I I don't hate talking. Okay. It used to be how I got people like me. All right, then I started doing this shit. Okay. But that's good. That's good. Take your shop. I have to do other stuff. Taking blood. What do you people want? Sorry, lashed out. The woman tries on the outfit. So just ret con that like if it was like a black orphan or what's that show like lake where you're like black? I I would ask the black or. Bucket this honky it's a four fucking sentence. Joe? You just love your fucking mainstream entertainment watch back. Get back to me. It's fucking bad ass and it might not be enjoyable. Maybe a couple of things you might not wanna hear about yourself. That's a for reasons. No wonder stand me later at home. Mark spots on the podcast or you're like. Yeah. So she already has this plan. So he comes home. He goes, where's my crosswords where you left? Did. He gets in bed. Do the thing. It's gonna to be a regular stagnant night. But not tonight, not according to her she's gonna do this thing. So she's like, I'm gonna go do something. He's like what are you doing? It's like I'll tell you in a second. She goes to the closet. They have like a place like there's room in the closet. So she can change she closes the door. He can't see her. She changes fucking comes out of the closet, and she's she's wearing a red Cape. She's wearing red boots. She's wearing this whole outfit. I can't refer to the can't refer to the costume. Because it's coming up if I referred to if I describe it in the way that make you go. Yeah. I got it. So I have to go through every fucking article of clothing because if I say the wrong word I ruined the punch. So she I have to describe if I can Cape. She's got an s honor my fucking hell, right. She goes like super pussy the husband without looking up from his crossword says I'll have the soup. Wait. No, he looks at her. Then looks back up the crossword. Because otherwise you'd mistake for soup. And there was a semantic looks up for the cross was it relevant to be crossword. Right. Why is it across because he has to like look at her. And then look down. Away ipad. I don't care you. Gotta think like a borscht belt like old school Jewish com. Borst bell. Tells a joke at the speed of light and the details made nothing. Well, congratulations to them. Thank you for Trump burst generation, maybe they should be more detail and celebrated their seven seventy th anniversary. The man is in bed. Reading a paper. The woman wants to spice things up and she ties tolerant and neglect superman, and she comes out of the bathroom negative with tolerant goes super pussy. And he looks up from the paper, and he says I'll have the soup. That's that's how fucking short joke is. Do you want the thousand questions? Why is it crossword? Why did she think that was going to spice anything up? That's she just seeing superman too because she's a big fan of a big fan of Richard Donner who got fired off of that wrote the screenplay, but it was fired off and Richard Pryor believe or three what if she had a towel around your neck. Why would she she? She was like, oh, no sorry. This isn't to wipe up your soup. I'm not a waiter. Tell the joke. The word joke. Thor Thor walks into a bar and bartenders. I, hey, we don't serve your kind here. And he's like. What kind of a guide from ragnarok from the rainbow bridge of like else Elsa guard and. L soo-keun bartenders like. The exits are to the rear to to the side of those ones. I know why. The why did how how come how why? I I haven't I haven't how how come. Why is being? Why is it? Why is it? Why is it? Why is the why why is the job of physical meth right now? Why is it profitable to become a physical therapist in Asgard because a lot everyone's Thor? Thorpe. You know, they're not all but. But over time, I figured it out. Is that the third joke? I think it was not a speech therapist authority joke. Well there. Well, they. Soared buddy, you just don't get on comedy. Like, I don't know what to tell you. Like it kills a colleges. So those guys read for a living. So. You just don't get me. Mad? You like watching these net. Flicks comedy specials on your land. This is easy. But like that was a fucking killer. Make up a brand new like joke joke. Dad joke. Wait, what was the third aunt walks in to a court say bar bar? Okay. The whole joke going going that. No, not a heavy shoulder me just orders, drink just say or drink you pause to I don't know how much longer I'm going to put up with this buddy orders at drink because in the spirit of collaboration. And I hope it's inspiring. I've inspired every day. So he orders drink now. Just keep in mind. He didn't have to. Yeah. No. He's shit that happens in these bar jokes where the person doesn't even order a drink like, for instance, the lobster goes into a bar, and he and the bar is like get the fuck outta here. That you just just like get outta here. Get out of here. Lobster. That's funny before the punchline this is like funny like Barger. That's it. Immediately fucked off there's like one guy at the bar. That's like the fuck was that about the bartenders that guy? He's always doing this stuff. But that's matter. Nothing this with this. I mean this thing it's semantics, but it's like the idea is that he's a lobster in the gender has a problem with them doing that. But it's like the lobster does that naturally. That's not like, but I think it's that the parts. Get out now. Finish your. Why be a bartender at that point? We really like. Like, yeah. Walk into the bar is gonna get you that kind of allows lobsters to walk down the fucking road for especially if it turns out that the reason is because he's doing this, which is what a lobsters do. So so so the guy should be like, okay. So far all I'm hearing is that a lobster sometimes comes into your Byron. You've chosen to be like more of a regular bartenders doesn't have live to you. Got you got like a bar. I mean, maybe this is the universe where lobsters and men are like. It's like maybe like ABC's caveman series where it was like the O cavemen are like half of society member is based on that. Geico commercial who's good crawl finish the ant joke. So an aunt an aunt goes to the bar. And that's my only point was I could have chosen for the bartender be like get outta here. But you you made it a bar instead of a dirt mound. You said gonna drink. My hands are tied. Let let's let's let's this amazing joke. Let's raise the for an aunt goes where shit goes into a hill of dirt like 'cause I'm not afraid of like organic humor like go to a bar goes into a aunt goes. He goes into one of those hills of dirt that ants make. And and the and the the big guard at the entrance as like, hey who goes there? And he's it's me Glenn. And the ads like okay, go through do smell any picnics, and Glenn is like. Would I be back and the guard is like, yeah. For the Queen and Glenn is like, Honey. So it's gotta be some gay joke. There right. He said something sassy like like about like like like, I wouldn't go above one hundred third or something. I don't know. It's kind of like a picnic or something like for the Spencer, and that goes into a bar joke and goes into bar now, I still the tavern keepers like get out of here. Just because it's like you don't want ants. It's just what the end like the lobster the ply to that easy. What is what is that? I was trying you're not gonna trick. Sure. Thank you for seeing through. Jeff's that's part of that book. I was bullied my whole life. I know what bullies do. They're like, oh, see he's puck and cool. He combs his air. Mike. I'm not gonna fucking mad at a nerd that comes as air fascist capitalism. He loved drinking, and I love drinking, and I got a flask. Great here. Look, it's looks like copper Spencer go on in me. What exactly you're talking about? Oh boy. Do you guys love drinking? I can answer that for you do have you heard our show. I need my vodka to be cold. But in order to do that on the go it has to taste like this. Metal can. That's what Dylan Jacob said. Don't check team you Jeff. 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Well, but then areas sex happening, a what was those into a bar that's probably easier because it's like a bar where you sort of Berta drinks you order like sex are. So if I could over my fuck in a Wallis, Rex walks Waller's watching to a horror house, and it's like. Okay. I want to have sex and the person's like well, do you have money? And he's like, no. But I have tusks. And they're made of ivory. So like, well, we can't they're attached to you. And he's like, yeah. But how about this like if you if you if you let me have sex, then I'll cut off one of my tusks, and I'll give it to you. Why don't you do that first? And he's like gimme a saw. And they're like. We don't have a saw. And he's like you can buy us off. Tusk? I give you. Like, how are you gonna give it to us? If you don't have a saw. And he's like, you know, what I'm a seal these are fake, and I'm not coming back. Throws down these like plastic hollow Halloween stored tusks that he was just like keeping in there. And they're like, what are you doing? And he's like outta here. The jokes finished, and they're like, it's not a joke. I mean human being and the seals spoken person a joke. And the seals has gone. And then this person's like who am I? And then another person comes up, they can I have sex, and they're like, yeah. Everyone can it's never been that difficult. I don't know what I did wrong. It's first day here of been yelled at three times. This is fucking crazy. I'll admit the first two times where my fault. I can see it that way. I'm new here. However freaking out. I don't think I should have dropped out of architecture school and the other person's urine architect. Yeah. I mean, I was in school. I wasn't an architect. I'm an architect. And I never went to school. What's your name? Frank Lloyd Wright says the person, but the architecture student knows it's not Frank Lloyd Wright, they went to school. They've seen pictures of Frank Lloyd Wright, that's not Frank Lloyd Wright. It's like a guy with like big giant teeth. So the kid that went to architectures goes like, oh, I get it. Like this town is just like filled with people that needlessly disguise themselves as species with like tusks and. Just fuck with people. That's that explains. It doesn't explain the other fuck ups I had this morning. But I'm like getting it now and go all right. Mr. Lloyd Wright, nice to meet you would you like to have sex. Is there anything I get interest to you? And and the person that's not Frank Lloyd Wright for sure is like, yeah. Do you have anything in a Asian? Warman okay with address on and a hat. And can be filled with money. And the person's been trained like never say, no. They go. Well, first of all the answer's yes. It's just a question. How much like we have all that we can get that. Like how much are you willing to pay and the Frank Lloyd Wright says how much money is going to be in the hat. Persons like. How much money do you wanna be in the hat because it's like your fantasy, right frankly rights as a million dollars. I want a million dollars in the hat and the person's like, okay, that'll be a million dollars. One hundred dollars is what that will cost around there. I'm not really authorized to like that's an estimate. An estimate with the fuck of my standing here for. They why embarrassing myself having these conversations like I'm like, you can't authorize this transaction. Are you asking me if I'm allowed to put a million dollars in a hat? Find a person based on their race dress them in an outfit, and then no, I'm not. Frank, Lloyd Wright's like. Do you realize that when they taught me how to build buildings? I know how to take them apart and architecture students like you didn't go to school. You said he's like I'm talking about my grand pathway. And the students like I'm gonna go get your Asian woman and your million dollars. I'll be right back. And he goes in the kitchen, and he goes Jews manager and goes, I quit. He's had enough at this point. Yeah, I'm out and you can go deal at this. Like, it's benefactor intense day, and like I don't want it anymore to do with this. So the manager goes frankly, breads like tapping his foot, it's not Frank Lloyd Wright because he thought. He thought the job of being a clerk at the at the front of house at a whorehouse was going to be a lot easier giants dad's a Senator he's like you should work at the whorehouse like that way. People come in. They get hurt bees. They get whores like it's a win win. Like, you've got something on people. That's how I became a Senator. That's how you're going to become a Senator you gotta work around with a fucking happen at home. Like this is like this is America when they say make America great again. This is when America was great. To finally, he's breaking point. He goes to boss and says, I quit. I quit manager goes out. Frank Lloyd Wright is not Frank Lloyd Wright is out there. He's like tapping his he's looking at the gold vision the ball. He's looking at the grandfather clock as like pacing, and like, and the managers are you? Okay. And Franklin is like the guy that isn't Frank Lloyd Wright is like, yeah. No. And this whole argument happens. The long story short is like the whorehouse closes its out of business because it's just like what the guy the guy wasn't Frank Lloyd Wright, but he was like a like a media magnate is that what you call them. Sure, I figure. Gotcha. And so basically controls the media at that time, right? And like just just. This is a scam. Yeah. I don't know if you caught on. But like he wanted you see thought he could get a million dollars this way. And like, even if he put the hundred down up front like it was like he he was going to rob. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Right. So he overestimated how much money you're allowed to have at a place like that. And like what the kids authorized to do. And he just basically, but he's so humiliated that he basically bankrupted himself in his newspaper putting the whorehouse in a business. That's an entire town collapsed. They no longer had any literacy or. Hedonism? They did it was basically a barber and a train station there. Like if you were like that freaked out about getting a haircut. There was no way you're gonna come to this town. That's the how the fantasy island. Yeah. So I'm sorry. There's no punchline, but the truth is sometimes gets pretty ugly. You just go to a whorehouse and have a crazy animal counter like these people have lives, and we all exist as part of one web, you know, when that when that whorehouse dissolve it's like corporation. They like how did that go down? It was that they were insolvent. Yeah. I mean, it was already quasi-legal business. This is just happening at the at the vanguard of a manifest destiny. Like like, I was just like you're out there in an unincorporated city in the middle of territory. No one knows it's going on. And it's just like sex was a business and shit rolls. Downhill? Sure, they sell you the dream like, oh, you can you can anybody could become rich. But it's like what they really mean is like anybody can can die like everything's everything has a price on it like human life is worth less than a bullet man and wha- what happened to the guy that wanted to go in there for the encounter the newspaper man yet. Oh, he's died. He his newspaper went out of business. He ended up a prospector. He got claimed jumped holy shit. Yeah. He didn't even have a claim. He was trying to trying to do the guy you met the guy in this joke, which was on a joke, by the way. He was what he was trying to do with. He's just like he took. He didn't learn his lesson. He's like he's like he would he decided he was going to become rich by pretending that he found gold and saying I found gold does anybody have any money to I can turn it into silver. Something do you just they just beat over the head? Do you think before he went into that horror house and asked for a hor- with the million dollars in our hat? Do you think he had successfully pulled that off of his mind yet, but he was born rich and like, so he basically like lied to like guidance counselors people on his dad's payroll like he didn't he mistook like being privileged for being crafty? Right. Like, it's like try getting away with the shit that this guy just nine Franklin. What kind of house also carrying around a million in cash, ask fucking dip shit son of a billionaire like walks in and tries to do that. Like, the guy was just he could've stayed at home and sucked on his dad's Titi. But that wouldn't have suited his ego. I gotta go. I gotta go out. I'm gonna go tame the wild. I'm going to bilk people out of their money. Like write a book about it. Dumb. He traveled only by hot air balloon. He was a terrible person. It's just like he just exuded everything that was wrong with the American dream, and this Aloni Eliza this nineteen nineteen fifteen. Yeah. Yeah. And he travelled by Arn ABI Johnson was Johnson he caused World War One. He he calls it a year after starting. Yeah. Okay. He made people think it started earlier than it did World War One was essentially like a resolvable skirmish. What you think was the worst moment? And I want you to be specific about what do you think was the darkest hour? Yeah. I gotta go to her done, bro. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Break it down. Right. Everybody knows what. Country, obviously, France. But like what hey what country was which why were they fighting who knows where that was like they thought they were going to change the change the answer with their trenches, buddy. And. There mustard gas, and they invented the water balloon and the torture. The this is the only war where it started on horseback. And it ended in a balloon. And that's where our house entrepreneur. Houses finance World War One. They call them the silent generation, the people that went to fight the the mustard gas made them quiet, and they had to eat rats, and they were hats. It looked like pie tins, and they were just like Pink Floyd sung about them. Everybody had a rifle and everything was muddy and gross in the boots up to your calf. And and it's just a bad scene. What are you? What's your opinions on the war of eighteen twelve what misunderstanding the war that traveled faster than the telegraph? Let me tell you that. But that war could've been could've been could've saved yourselves at war had had a telephone back. Then telling you. How's it war of misunderstanding? They called it. The war of eighteen twelve the Canadians Burke down the White House. I know I know more than the president. And I'm an idiot. I can name half of our supreme court justices by all the words to baby got back. What's your? Wet war. Dan, do you think, you know, the most about Vietnam for sure because you know, because you're in you're in the ship. Yeah. You are what you are Lieutenant Denning yet. Okay. So all right. She don't wanna talk about it. Well, I don't you know. They don't like it talk about. It's a real soldier. I met a dentist 'cause they were there. Yeah. Coyotes. So so I saw the Coyote I saw a Coyote the from the Brambles behind my house is that the neighbor's yard or is that no man's land. I think it's well, I think it's one of those two I don't think there's any scenario in which it's my property, right? But I just like because I climb up there and start hacking. But I think there's no partition leading into the neighbors. I think you should do that. Because right. It's gotta be. That's that's I mean, we have reason to suspect that that's the neighbors prop, right? I think we need to do is. I think I don't know what the first step is. Because we can't do is call the city because we know that the if you call the city, they will say we don't do that anymore. You're on your own and there's like companies which Vokes like blackwater that will come put the hurt on your coyotes. And I just like all I know is as the Barack Obama of this Cody problem that like future will judge me like like by whether I acted or didn't act and that I don't need to like be decisive. I'm not saying like slaughter, the coyotes or put a demand this like, but I'm saying like, I think that neighbor whose territory borders mine, I think that it's possible that the pug the elderly pug that twice as fallen into my yard. I think that Doug. I mean, if if it didn't if it didn't get eaten by coyotes died of old age. Folly? Well, I mean, yeah, it couldn't be it's like at my sweet say with like guard it and they were like nice to it like dog fell in our yard. And they would like take care of it. And like. And then both times once my ex-wife air mccathy wants my dog sitter Alison like I was never here for these two events. But it happens twice, and they both times one of those two characters like they're not characters banks. But human beings are not characters. God damnit Harmon. Never let it slip. Don't let them know. You're there all in your story. If they I can. I met them both and real characters. He that like kind of like, Eric. That's my why you mean, humans you forgot the word for human. You don't just call people humans that you sound like an alien. I don't know. People. People sounds really, you know, word people's like both of these people. You mean your ex-wife? What do you mean, you people Jarrett's wife? I don't know. She was a real real character. Referred to a group of people ones, your ex-wife and one's you're like those people. Women. No that would be a crazy. That was both of those women that would be weird. I mean, thank you for continuing to prove that I was right and being hung up on that. And and barbed out the word character. There was like what are you? Dr Who anyways? So like, they took the dog up the hill, and they found the owner of that territory even these wind e hills, or it's like, for instance, my neighbor the boots in we've met on this show several times if I go over to their house for a party and dad do. Hollywood. I actually have to have to either climb over a fence, which actually almost makes more sense. It's got a weird or what I have to do if I don't wanna climb over a fence, which is I have to walk all the way every Cody like a whole row Hoban because their their houses right next door to my but their addresses at a completely different street, and this isn't that high. It's like it's like, yeah. And I was telling him last time we gotta make like just a gate in this fence. Because also we're living in the end time. So like there's going to be like a weird lake like ice agent showing up and I understand you have two people. Enjoy flaw Boggs. We're gonna we're gonna wanna have tunnels in are fucking rich liberal neighborhood, and our snick putting their T. Oh, please come in. Yes. I was just telling my housekeeper how American we all? Camomile? Yes, I like community show. Yes. Vish? There was less. Black people. Likes the all season. When nil quaint. Donald Glover as cookbook. Not nine. I got you. Yeah. You I'm so blue I've turning blue. 'cause I poisoned you not see what why you're so white because I'm a good white guy. Fucking Nazis, bro. Fucking raised by fucking real Americans eight fucking Nazis. That's that's just a thing. You made up after you got into the wall Prevot come on. Don't be so fucking cynical. You prick come on. We went to war with you fucking. You say Cox C 'cause. Yup. Fucking. You're not see. Now, you wish different you just want everybody to mistrust themselves in the year. If I could be I'm going to watch you die spit on you, will you die with your fucking dumb eagle medals. I love my eagle medals. Stupid skull on your hat. He's so dumb. He you. You know, why you hate me? Right. Yeah. What are you gonna tell me? We're not so different than how come you're dying. And I made you t. See me in a fucking eagle hat. We're not so different. Go ahead. Do your monologue purple dying Naci? You hate me. Because. You secret Huish you. I'm moment of your life could feel the the having won two Emmys. What you want to? What one for community whoever? No, I never one one for community. But it was such a good show. Yeah. That's you're making my point. People who are proud of their race are coming to the conversation saying I have nothing to be proud of. If you were talented. You wouldn't be a Nazi I tired killing myself. I can't listen to another fucking episode of your bullshit. You fucking crazy with your ranting. It ruined Joe podcast with Trump got elected. Which would you thought you loved them? I do but I don't wanna listen to you blather about it shot himself. Being bomb? Fuck shit. Hello. Hello sorry to bug you. We had the Nazi supervisors and. We sent a Nazi ova to harangue you and have and hits been more than twenty minutes. Really what I saw the address. I've cricket moth of. No. Yeah. He just shot himself. What does shy? What's that mean shit? Oh, okay. Oh, shit fight. Fayka? Isn't that what they take out of your paycheck move out of my way? Why did he do it? He said he loved Jews. That all he said, why would he say that to you? I don't know. Dude. You guys are complicated. Your what are you gonna tell me you all go to therapy? He was fucked up. Man that gets to the bone and a big fan of your work. I know I'm not just Eric and warranty fan. I also have read your blog. Followed you my whole life. And although you've had your ups and downs. You're sort of window into the complex Cassidy. Matha chickens. The way where is Jeff Davis? He lives close by not oh shit. It's Jeff maybe the zeppelins dropped. Hey, what's going on? He's here or shit one of them killed themselves. Okay. Wow. Came to pick them up. He came to pick them up. And it's everything seems like a bad time. No. It's the best time. I mean, it's not as good as America was great. Which you never pin me down on win. That was I just wanted. Again, don't be flu. Like when I was ten like when the Muppets where syndicated make America great again. Are you a like it to be great again before the floor? I met a black person. I could see by the insignia on your lapel your occuren-. All I'm a Colonel first class. Yeti addition super special forces. Secret, double platinum, a doco bead. A through line double strength. Titanium fully craze commander of the death per tune fucking like million. I had to kill like a million homeless people, Dan. Do you have any bears in the? Yeah, there's Grohl. Because when in Rome, I hope in the fridge so anyways, which is you go from being in ice to being a full blown German. I just it's like a Christopher durang like good mystical realism the of like, I just became a just a general Nazi. You know, I hit killed himself. Right. He was a he was an angry drunk. No. That's why I stopped drinking which I never understood that zone gas Bill. I don't like the joke joke, and I'll tell you why kids trivializes victims. To creature. Not great job. Great job. Because it's like it's like, oh, yeah. He gets a lot of people. But it's like you. You know, what you know, the only way it wouldn't make it a better joke. But you you have to he size gas Bill, and it had all the names of all the victims. And here are their names. Why is that six million names later? It's still a funny joke. But at least you're good person. Like because it's like, yeah. Like, those those are the people that aren't laughing. They couldn't join us. You know, how you tie shoes? In little Nazis. See that see that's because it's like Hitler's like Dracula. That's when it's funny when it's like, oh, what does he what does he why does he like? The radio because he lakes the Hitler is. I don't know. Like, that's I can't do it. I can't rip it. All right. That's why some of this stuff joke. Don't get mad at me for failing to Hitler joke. Your bad people. Healer jokes are better weight. 'cause I'm 'cause I'm a good person. Why is people actually like full on like full blown Nazis in my way? Way too. I asked the same question. But the answer is why why was why did Robin Williams head float in the bare moans housing because Terry gilliam's like like like, hey crime on because he was drunk. Anyways, you know, that Stalin joke with the capitalism, you could do that with the DS it'd be like more modern, you know, it's like why does the DASA only spelled and lower case or something, right? Yeah. Just circle back around for that. They might they might they might send you ten thousand tweets though. No, they'll love it. They'll be like holy shit. Go on Chapo, they love saying that. Yeah, they love to drag your fat ass. And then tell you to go on Chapo, they loved dragging fat asses. I got that treatment. Because I made a joke about how it's funny that McDonald's ended up like suffering for not licensing raking wordy. But still trying to do a record more anything like, yeah. He got made one joke about just like. I've told that story the worst day of my Twitter life, and it wasn't the day. I quit Twitter. It was just like it was like walked into this thing. I know I d of the world had changed that fucking much that much was at stake. I was like I thought you could safely. Make a joke about how McDonalds sucks for like being a corporation in lake like who cares? If they have a bad day at the hands of the worst fans of this show. Who cares? And it was like one person like you. It's fucked up some people work at McDonald's. It didn't identify themselves. I was like it's just a rip off of back to the future. Fuck you. Why should McDonalds have to pay for your property if you rip off back to the future, and he and his his Twitter? I con was him in Rick fucking costume with green things and his lip. And I said you got some flex capacitor on your fucking lip there, Mr. fuckin- property manager. And he's like, okay, I work at McDonalds at Jan, I'm Mike you give I said some shit to him. And then it was like there were socialist. Watching me yell at him. I was like. Because it took like hours for the kid to just go. I was a cashier at McDonalds, and I feel like a piece of shit because I worked for McDonald's. And I don't want a bunch of fucking weird in cells jumping up on counters yelling at me 'cause especially sauce for your fucking show. And I was basically like, yeah. So it took you all that fucking time to just say like you have a fucking agenda in the conversation. I don't have a fucking agenda. I'm just hanging out. I think it's funny that corporation didn't pay for this. I afford to laugh you're just fucking like doing this shit. And then it got all always, hey, everybody. Taint Harvard's doing an edge. Lord rant against a socialist just wants minimum wage, and I was like, wow. Defy hate everyone. I did. That's fun. Now hate everyone. I hate my fans. I hate the minimum wage workers. I who else. Can I hate? I hate rich people. I am one. Now, I hate myself. I'm just gonna crawl into fucking shell and have a great life. Do you have character sheets come on? That's I mean, I love the play Dan de. But that you had your message is fuck, you know, that you're doing that. That's what my message is. We have fifteen minutes left, and I I would like to play a fast lightning round of combat with me. And you I'm Batchelor. Yeah. You wanna fight me? You know? You and I are in a dungeon. We're in a combat round the ASO you are going to fight each other. I thought you were like like Milwaukee friend that was like come wrestle in the front yard like I just wanna find, Dan. Jealous. Been so long forgotten your care. I forgot your character's name, Dan. It's been that long. Yeah. Well, yeah. I don't know where I mean what what's your character? I don't know. What's dance character gold or audience? Carlos Santa mansions. And I'm Chad the fire Liker story that I could jam it to a real short thing. Because I was like I was I was like looking for a microphone for my for my ipad pro. So I could sing a song into my ipad pro, and I was looking for a microphone because it needed like like was a. The michigan. It's like they got USB port. Whatever it's like like, oh, you got to be more. You gotta have a thing as like searching through my closet for a microphone, and I got where's I think I had an exile? Our thing it's been years since I dabbled at any of this shit. Whereas this thing, and I'm getting real frustrated, and I find this unopened package that was a citronella dog collar as like anti barking collar for for that. I had bought from Amazon, I think maybe some fit, and I never opened it. And I was like looking at it. It's covered in dust. I was like oh. Anti barking collar, and there's a picture on the on the package of a dog. It's like. Yeah. What's he gonna do this? He looks contrite. You can tell from his is a mailman is near him. But he's like there. He is again. Last time out here. Anything from me about it. And I just I was like shit me Harvey barks a lot like like, he's always barking. He's fucking loud dog. He's his barks at other dogs, burgers, everybody. And then I was like dude you're looking for a microphone. That's what I was like when I was listening story. Like, yeah. Yeah. What about the microphone? Exactly like, I bark Harvey doesn't have a podcast Harvey doesn't like I'm working all the time like Harvey's. He's got one mode of expression. Like, I'm not. And if you're listening in your car caller for my dog, I'm not I'm not I'm not high roading you at all I 'cause I live in a Harvey barking doesn't. It's not hurting anybody it annoys me. But like, it doesn't it's not like anybody else's complaining about it. Or whatever if you live in an apartment, and you got a dog, and you use your collar, it seems like I'm not I'm not going to be one of those people. That's not the point of my story. But I was like just like he he has his own little podcast like he just he like the bark like like, he's he doesn't even have thumbs just has little legs carry him from one place where he can bark to it other. And then today, I was sort of like because I felt that way. I was like I watched him play with the next door neighbor dog. And then there was like some other. There was a neighbor walking his dogs. And I said Harvey is like buddy there's some dogs over. There don't you wanna bark at them because he wasn't even barking at him. It was like wanted to fetch a ball. And I was like I don't think you saw those dogs though, any like saw him and he's like. The neighbor like waved at me. And it was like. Like Harvey finished barking, and I was like good job. And it was like the same. The same stuff happened except I wasn't like miserable about it. Because I wasn't like, oh, he's not supposed to do that. He's just as podcast. What was we doing? You're in a dungeon. Is that what you wanted? What did you say? We only have ten minutes. Let's just let's just throw them to the fire right now will. Yeah. Okay. Dan. Carlos this up. Not you guys know what's going on. The last thing I said is let's go make a potato farm, right? It was like this guy work on harm quest. What is what does that mean? Herbs runco. Wait. Can we just like play like a lightning round of DND along div plays? That's part of it is leave here. I don't know Levy. I see everybody. Steve levy. What's what? Let's happening. Are you? Done since I talked to you about the coyotes. I did a quick search online if there's a organization or a person who handles anything like that. And here comes the Christopher Walken character. And this Adam Sandler movie didn't didn't seem like. To take care of your coyotes. Sorry, I. I don't think there. The scene of Christopher Wadham showed up to take care of coyotes. Tied love to. Hey. Now. I know why knock knock who's who's who's there? Mi MI who've I a start over. Knock knock who's there? Twain, twain twain, the tub dwelling joint. There's a name. There's there's a famous name Dwayne that sounds more like the word drain than twain. Does it matter? Look, I saw a rogue family of coyotes and yard are you can I yes, Christopher lack the famous actor. Thank you committed. Thank you. I could have come in without you even opening the door. Oh my God. Yeah. You've got coyotes. Yeah. I called about I called the city, but they said they couldn't right anyway. But then you must. There's only one way. To get rid of coyotes. Did you bring me out to talk about Haley's? It's the fuck is this guy. This is my assistant Steve Levy, I told them to call these this is Christopher Walken Steve. Hi, famous from Hollywood, I'm an actor. I hate coyotes. Much as anyone does. Do you want to come back and look at the spot that where I think there's a nest? Coyotes haven't nest. Yeah, they have nests, but you had can I can I bring my friend and. Jeff goldblum. Yeah. You can't. Hey, Jeff, Jeff Goldblum. I want you to come in here and help me with this Cody nest. Oh. Yeah. That's. That that that that looks like a problem? Hey, Jeff, I know you hate coyotes to I it's not Chris, correct? You it's not that. I not that. I that. I hate a Coyote, it's just that. The. They once ate my cat. Chris help Dan Harmon. He created record mardi au. It's funny. You mentioned that I was just I I was I was binge-watching. Are an Amazon. I call it. And I thought that the last season was was very good. Oh, thank you. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Hi, jeff. Hi, hey criminal intent I I mean, that's that's that's that's very kind of. It's very very, Dan. I gotta tell you. It's very kind of you to to to say that. I don't think he was my my best work. But I wish that Alicia Witt would have kept like working on the show while you're sweet. And you're very sweet, let's go kill coyotes. Okay. You go out back. There's a Coyote nest near the south wall of the property. I cast. Right. You guys hate me. No. But I understand do you do I do I do. Except that I'm confused as you are. I did earlier. And then at a point I was like, well, maybe TIs. I mean, I I wanted to play the and then it became Jeff Goldblum. You really wanna play d for ten minutes. Or did. I feel like me like sometimes it's just like what what are you trying to do with me? Like, why can't we do quick combat round with coyotes and Dan's backyard with Chris rock, and and and Steve Levy, we're just doing that. Yeah. Why don't we? Combat. Not like, that's a bread crumb. I don't care about that. Okay. All right. Just do then. No, no. No, no. Now, let's let's let's let's just lay the seeds of DND thing. So because it's now finally it's now the point where it's not long. Yeah. We're out. All right. So Spencer laid down what's going on in Dan's backyard. This. I live it. Knowing the DVD campaign, not the backyard. Then there's no time we have three minutes. That's not ten minutes. Three three minutes of dean. No, geez. Bro. Just running. I can't sorry. I don't normally. Cowed hecklers. But if there's ever been a situation where needed to just read it. I mean, talking about a voice of reason. No. But like remember earlier when you're like, we don't have any time. Yeah. Like that could Sern is now valid. Like back, then it was last invalid aggressor. What if you laid down the intro to where we were at you decided to become potato farmers. That was already said, okay. Okay. That's the whole thing. It's also tell us. I mean, we're working with Ben little while working on the potato. No, no cited to become potato Arca. Yes. So we don't control. What happened? Tell us. What happened just run it, bro? They're willing to stay for another. Minutes. I really. Hey. Hey, chad. Your chad. Chad. Carlos and with Goldblum to kept calling. I forget his name. Carlos now, you're currently ear. Oh, yeah. Diary junior. Hey, Carlos TJ got some bad news for you. We got a low potato yield. Fuck it looks like we're going to have to go out and kill some able to make some money because the potatoes are not gonna bring him what we thought we're gonna make you say that every harvest well. We're we're bad at potato harvesting e but we were worse at killing people. And I think we are better. I mean, we. Look around in count your potatoes. I like to think it's quality over quantity. They're pretty damn good potato potatoes. You like the taste? They were. Yeah. Look, I don't want. You guys know how many potatoes takes to kill Irishman. Ciro? That's not what's in Irish, man. Do you do do kind of meet a priest is allowed to eat a Friday. Fish. None. It's from the old take back Catholics. Just Friday thing with them already. No. I as much as I liked the lifestyle of being a gentleman farmer. I kind of miss the days of traveling and being on being on quest. You'd never be came farmers. Well, it'd be nice to know that a while ago. I said you decided to become farmers. Yes. So we fucking no not deciding means cave. Okay. Bro cheeses, Chris that makes a lot of sense. The reason why we never grew any potatoes. We never seated or harvested any actual potato come on. You can't you you don't you? Don't you're not like our monkey. I get that. But like if you don't wanna do it. Then like, we're, you know, do you want to tell us what happened instead of us becoming farmers 'cause that you decided to become farmers. Right. We decided and then we ended and then that was it. Okay. So you're saying like you're not allowed to like advance time at assume that you need to roll for several seasons of potato farming or. Okay. All right. I mean, we all about all he's like, we're not we're not gonna let time have passed between seasons. Like we're starting where we left off. I feel like we've let that you wanted to become potato. I've thought that's what you wanted to be doing. I know. That's I. I I say to DJ and to Carlos I don't wanna be a potato farmer. I wanna I wanna you've been one for three years now. Yes. No, no. I mean. I want to go work for the church of the silver flame. Well. You haven't had enough of that? We didn't get it. Right. Let let's let's for the first time in alliance. Go like, go do something that matters. Away. I prayed to God silver flame is there over flame. I. I get on one knee because they don't like when you're on both knees. I say suffer flame guide us. Let us. Redeem ourselves send us emission send us a cos-. To go defend you for all, right? Potato falls in your lap. You have a lap. When you Neil. I mean. Me. So as a half lab landed fucked up Jesus weird. I thought a magic potato I opened up the magic we're headed to see if there's anything inside the magic potato. No, it's broken in half. Now. Dude, you're good at opening those potatoes. I get down to my other. I say. Silver flame? If that truly was used send me another message in the. I just say that I will. I don't need another sign. That's fucking that's more than you should be able to ask for I. I was right. I think I guess nothing happened. So I guess that we're just pretended farmers now. But we decided we were gonna be. I wouldn't say we were can I? Can I invite my friend? Jeff Goldblum lover. Now, I'm kidding kidding. That didn't mean to make that sound that implied that the answer is. No. But I I'm going to. I'm like, look the truth. Is you guys don't have to come with me? Like, I don't it's not like, we're not pertain to farmers were warriors, were spiritual warriors we've done nothing but fail. We never remember. What we're glad you wake up at eight AM every morning and lift and pump iron if you're not that's not potato prepping. You know, you're getting ready for something. Not a potato prep. That's me. That's me. Trying to live past forty seven. Because milkshakes and Philly cheese steaks, and my fiance is twelve years younger than me and to women which means she has twenty four more years on average to live than me. And I want to die going like, oh, man. Don't break the fourth wall. Hey, this character doesn't work out. Can I give you guys? Is he pitch? Let's stop potato farming. It's not what we're meant to do. You're out. You're pit. What's your acting like your subversive? Now, we haven't even started potato farming and your leg would if we. So we haven't tried look I what were you going to say? It's just I just pick a direction, and then I'm like, okay. Great. And then the next episode happens, and you go the opposite direction. So like the last time we were like what if we were potato farmers, and I was like, okay. Right. And now, you're like all you're doing is like we can't be potato farmers. Not me. I'm not doing. No. I know. But it's just like. But it's like Bill if the only thing you want. No is that you don't wanna do the thing. There is that's not the only thing that. I know. Right. I'm stopping you there. But the oil you, right, right? If the only thing one does is nothing then nothing gets done. Yeah. I get that is why I wanted to become a potato farmer because that's the thing. I can remember through a blackout drunk to the next episode. We're because I felt like we're you perceive me or us or the Royal we as like disrespecting the game. I'm always like the impetus between meat behind me, the potato farming thing was honestly, like as usual, which I've done it before where I'm just kind of like, we're like we're like shitting all over this thing that Spencer preps for like, we never know what we're doing. And we always end up like burning peoples houses down, and it's like not like we don't know what we're doing. We're always like, ooh, what's your one person's like? Like me for eleven years. And we're like, yeah. But I thought you were tied. We're like the elephants Todd. And then he's like gig cited about horses, and we're just like we just kill people. And we don't know. And it just seemed like I I dream of like, I'm like, oh, well, maybe if we reset and we're just like like, we make it simple like, willow. And we just go plow a field. And then we could just fucking really carefully. Like if an adventure comes along. We can be like, okay. Like, we can't fuck this up. And it was like, let's baby step this. And let's take it seriously. And not fuck it up. It's my it's my it's my desire to do. Well, no, I can't I can't all that. It's it's just again. That's now you're not doing that. And that's all you're spending. I'm doing I thought I was trying to get us out of potato farming. And just try to trigger like that. We were going to go on the new quest. I think you should you. You should let me potato farm because it seems like a thing. That needs to happen to you. Because you don't want it to happen. Okay. I use my skill of wild embassy. That makes me befriend animals. I befriend animals. And. Can I conjure animal or animal already have to be there? Although it'd be like a separate spill. It's been it's been good adventuring with you, boys. Like look on board. I don't wanna be a potato farmer. I know that's your gang. I can dig it. But I didn't need to pitch it. Like, I think we should all do. I I feel bad about person. Feel bad at what I do feel like I don't know how to do it rains, and I want to experience that people experienced which is like oh shit a mad about this. So I wanna do it. I know exactly what I want to do. And like, I get orders from the church reacted backstory. I forget these details. Tackled massive just always feel like I'm gonna fucking gassed party thrown by a stranger stranger is mean. Worship aflame. And it's not even the color of regular flying. I haven't lost my faith in art. God. Last week the myself. Why don't you talk it out like maybe like the coin? Suggesting that I had been singing. Event, wrapping. He could sing it. Stevie nicks style because she just got inducted into the rock hall hall of fame or you can test it like granting. What I wanna fall is. Two. I don't know how. Why the leaves goes down? Just bad leaves decide. Because when the planet goes around the people feel safe in Sao, but the devils in the hollow. Help the Jews plan nine eleven. They will warn of the buildings. You can do. Cliffhanger. Thank you for coming down. Steve Levy, there's part of that song. And it actually turns out. I kind of Jeff Davis. Thank you all for coming Bank for Zach laid down. The jan. Your game. Master who didn't get the game master anything special Crittenden. Mayor Dan Harmon everybody thank you so much for coming. We love you. We Julie appreciate you coming down fast take chances vans. Very melancholy. Let's get it for Steve TV next for getting a second induction, the hall of fame and also plays for me ranking ride from the beach or the English beat up here American. One of my favorite artist of all time died way to you on ranking Roger. Go chest and having Zaki got music. You are not leaving few narrow silence skews. Skews? Thank you. A podcast network.

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