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Six Minutes

04:51 min | 3 d ago

"six minutes" Discussed on Six Minutes

"Hello, and welcome to the first-ever episode of The Fish Cast, a very well-behaved podcast. I'm your host, a small fish in a fishbowl on a desk in a podcast studio. I like things to be simple and organized. And that's why for this show, I've come up with a prioritized list of exciting topics to discuss, such as not being loud, chewing with your mouth closed, and water. Shout out to water. It's where I live. Of course, this show won't be all about me. We're also going to learn in a structured fun kind of way with some segments I've planned, including a visit to the Word Emporium and a great song about one of my favorite letters of the alphabet. But first, I want to take a minute to talk about two of my favorite things, peace and quiet, also known as solitude. Did you say solitude? What? No. I mean, well, yes, but... Say no more, fish, for I, too, enjoy the joys of being alone. Say, you're that cat, that cat in the hat. I certainly do not need your help. Of course you do, fish, for nobody does peace and quiet quite like me. Cat of that? I have no doubt. I'm so glad you agree. No, I didn't mean... Ah, ah, ah, fish. It's quiet time, so let us hush up and enjoy being alone. Well, I guess that is the idea. Together! Wait, what? Cue the theme song! But we already did the theme song. Please forgive me. I thought there just might be a more fun way to do a theme song. Hit it! The cat in the hat is coming your way. Yes, the cat in the hat brings joy to our day, and to the adventure starting, come along. With the cat in the hat, there's no need to fear. It's the cat in the hat so things could get weird. He makes up spank and laughter games and songs. With the cat in the hat, tell your dog and your bunny. The cat in the hat likes fun. That is funny! So hold on tight, we'll have a blast on the cat in the hat... podcast! Oh, what a fine theme song, don't you think, Fish? Yes, it was quite catchy. But hold on a minute, Cat, this is my podcast, not yours. Of course, of course, I'm only here to help. You wanted to enjoy some peace and quiet, and I say yes. Let's! Well, if that's actually what you're here to do... Anyway, like I was saying, the best part of solitude is that... Now, who could that be? Oh, I hope you don't mind, I invited a few friends over to come help us. Help us with what? In being alone. What? Say, would you be a pal and get the door? How? I'm a fish in a fish bowl.Hold your horses, he's coming! Don't worry, Fish, I always carry a set of spare robotic fish bowl legs right here in my hat. What? How did you do that? No time to explain, robot legs, take this fish to the door. No, wait, I have to host a show! I can lend a hand, what's coming up next? I was going to play a song about my favorite letter, but you can't be- Don't worry, I'll take care of it. You don't know how to work the soundboard! Ah, let's see, a song, he says. Oh, this must be one of those variety shows, delightful. So how do I play a song? Oh, wow, there are so many buttons in this studio. Uh, maybe this one? No, that's not right. How about this one? Not that either. Uh, this one? Definitely not. Well, I can't figure out how to play a song, so I have no choice but to sing it myself! But how? Hmm, I'll need some help. But from whom? Oh, I know! Where are those little cats? Right! They're here in my hat! Oh, little cats! Time to come out and play! Little cat A! Little cat B! Little cat C! Beautiful. Thank you! Alright, little cats, listen up. Here's a song I wrote about the letter A. It's in the key of Z flat. Watch me for the changes and try to keep up, okay? You can listen to the Cat in the Hat cast early and ad-free on Wondery Plus. Get started with your free trial at Wondery dot com slash plus.

A highlight from Introducing: The Cat in the Hat Cast from Wondery

Six Minutes

01:14 min | 3 d ago

A highlight from Introducing: The Cat in the Hat Cast from Wondery

"Hey, grownups, the Cat in the Hat cast is a new podcast from Wondery, perfect for the whole family. Join the Cat in the Hat and your favorite Dr. Seuss characters as they get whisked away on a new adventure every week. Fish dreams of creating his very own polite and quiet podcast. That is, until he gets a surprise visit to his Fishbowl podcast studio from the Cat in the Hat himself, and it becomes very clear that the cat has other plans for the podcast. And those plans are the opposite of quiet. The cat may be disruptive, but it turns out he's also a great help to get fish out of all kinds of predicaments. Bursting with music, silliness, and rhymes, the Cat in the Hat cast encourages us all to find fun that is funny in every episode. Sing along to new favorite songs, try your look at titanic tongue twisters, and have some fun with wondrous wordplay. And most importantly, bring your family along for all of the adventures in the Cat in the Hat cast. I'm about to play a clip from the Cat in the Hat cast. Enjoy the Cat in the Hat cast on the Wondery app or wherever you get your podcasts. You can listen to the Cat in the Hat cast early and ad -free on Wondery Plus. Join Wondery Plus in the Wondery app or on Wondery Kids Plus on Apple Podcasts today.

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A highlight from Ep375: Implement These 7 Things If You Don't Want To Podfade - Katy Murray

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13:20 min | Last week

A highlight from Ep375: Implement These 7 Things If You Don't Want To Podfade - Katy Murray

"Am a huge fan of being able to have solid takeaways when I listen to a podcast. And I know with like yours, you talk about how you help someone who wants to be on your podcast get everything in one spot. And that's awesome. It's here's one, two and three things that you can do today to be successful and to grow your business. Most hosts never achieved the results they hoped for. They're falling short on listenership and monetization, meaning their message isn't being heard and their show ends up costing them money. This podcast was created to help you grow your listenership and make money while you're at it. Get ready to take notes. Here's your host, Adam Adams. Hey podcaster, it's your host, Adam A. Adams. And today we've got Katie Murray on the podcast. We are going to be talking about her show. She's done coming up on a hundred episodes, which is awesome. And as well, she serves business owners. So her podcast is called ginger biz, the podcast with Katie, the link is already in the show notes. So go ahead and scroll down. She was a photographer on the side. She has a full -time job right now. She was also doing photography and then she lost the podcast. And now she's got a firm where she supports business owners utilizing the, her team, which is mostly VAs as I understand. Is that right, Katie? Yes, sir. Coo coo. So you help people with random things, like a few different things. One of them is Pinterest growth. So if you're listening and you're like, I want to launch a Pinterest. I want to grow a Pinterest. I don't know how to do it. I'm not sure what I'm doing. Katie does that. Her team does that. They also help with blogs, a little bit of website copy, not like building the website literally from scratch, but doing the copy to make sure that your website is reaching out to the right people. And we're going to jump in and find out her history of the last. Since let's see, it's probably been over a year, which means are you publishing more than once a week on average? Because it seems like you are. Yes. I generally do one solo episode on Tuesdays and then a guest episode on Thursdays. And have you always done it like that? Because you'd probably be over a hundred episodes already. Correct. Did you do like one for a while? Yeah. So the guest ones come and go right now. They're pretty fluent. Like we're doing good with that content, but definitely in there. It was kind of figuring out our steps. Okay. So let me ask you, and I think this would super beneficial for the listener. You started your podcast over a year ago and you've learned a couple of things along the way about podcasting even mentioned that some of the things are becoming more fluent. So where I want to start is like, Katie, if you were launching a brand new podcast with just the knowledge in your head that you've learned along the way, what are some things that you would make sure to do or do differently than the first go round? What would do now if you were launching? Yeah, great question, Adam. So I would say the first thing is kind of figure out what I wanted to do with guests straight out the gate so that I knew. And then I put a workflow in place, which has been amazing. I have an intake form. It asks every single guest the same questions and it slates me for rolling into their intros and getting them set up for the recording and getting the media out to them. And I should have been doing that from the get go before it used to be like, Hey, Adam, you want to be on my show? Cool. What do you want to talk about? And then it was just a lot of back and forth. Now I can hop in a group where I can meet somebody and say, Hey, here's a link to the landing page. It tells you all about my podcast and right on that page, you click apply to be a guest and boom, boom, boom, it's so seamless. And it literally takes me like six minutes to get a guest outline slated and ready to go with links and everything. So when they apply with your new intake form, the application to jump on the podcast, it might take them more than six minutes to put in all the information, but it takes you six minutes or less to know exactly what to do. Yeah, I would say on average, it takes people like 12 minutes to complete it. Now that's given that they know what they want to talk about. They have to have some sort of expertise because it says, what topic do you want to discuss? And what are three to five questions that I can help ask to keep the flow of the podcast going? So I have had a couple of people stumble on that. They're like, well, I don't know what to talk about. And so that's why I created the landing page to say, here's the people that I serve, here's what I do. And then they can kind of vet it themselves to see if they're a good fit. It's a little more of a hands -off approach. Okay. So you got a landing page and it says who you serve, like who is the perfect avatar? Who's the listener. And I think that's really smart. Like somebody who's launching a podcast right now, here's an issue that I see all the time. We don't, most of us don't understand who that avatar is ourselves. Even if we do, we're horrible at translating that to the guest who's coming on the show. And what that seems to do is people come on the show and their first thought is I need to self promote. I need to wiggle in a story about a client and they are thinking of a lot about themselves and they're not always thinking about who is your perfect listener. And I know that when I go on somebody else's show, I always ask like, who's listener, what are they worried about? So I can really understand that and then cater each of the answers to questions toward how to serve that person. So it's not coming across just as self -promotion. And so one thing that you've done is you've gotten that right up front. So they go to the landing page, they read about this and then they apply and it helps them to be more focused on your listener and hopefully less on themselves and what they have to promote. Is that part of it? Yeah, totally Adam. And something with that, that is beneficial, then I'm not rejecting as many people because I'm not like, Hey, Adam, unfortunately like that doesn't fit with what I want to talk about. And I think it enables people who may not be avid listeners or even listened at all to Ginger Biz. They can still step in and be an extension of me and help promote the overall message that I want to share. Let's talk about the title of the podcast and let's talk about your perfect listener. So you identify the perfect listener and I love that you put it on the landing page. Could you take a what they're going through and what you help them with? Yeah, absolutely. So I would say that my average listener is probably 30 to 35 -ish and they are zero to two years at the business or entrepreneurship, whether it's full -time or as a side hustle. And it's someone who has lots of ideas, but only has two hands and can't grow past their own knowledge base. So Ginger Biz, the podcast comes in as a pocket cheerleader and and encourager an advocate for here are tips and tricks that have worked for me. Here's what hasn't worked, but here's the solution. And just kind of putting it all together with very, very tangible things. I'm a huge fan of being able to have solid takeaways when I listen to a podcast. And I know with like yours in one of your previous episodes, you talk about how you help someone who wants to be on your podcast, get everything in one spot. And that's awesome because that's the kind of thing I want to hear. That's what Ginger Biz does. It's not these lovey -dovey stories of how we've been successful. It's here's one, two, and three things that you can do today to be successful and to grow your business. Yeah. I want to ask a question because as I look at the podcast artwork and the title, the title is simply Ginger Biz when it's just written out. And then you can see that the person in charge, the person, the host is Katie Murray. And then when you look over at the podcast artwork, it's going to be the white background. It'll say in the middle with the logo, Ginger Biz, the podcast with Katie. I'm curious if you've considered making at least a tagline because like I'm thinking about that perfect listener who's wanting to offload some stuff, wanting to start the 35, they're zero to two years in. And I'm curious if what they type in is automatically going to find you. Like if we're typing in ginger as like the reason what we're trying to listen to. So how have you thought about that? Is it, is it working? Is it not working? Are you adding anything to it? What do you think there? But it's funny you say that just before I jumped on with you, I've been in the process over the last month trying to figure out the perfect tagline because I want to introduce merchandise. And when listeners listen and rate my show, I want to randomly pick people to give merchandise, but as conceited as I may be, they don't want my face and then ginger biz with Katie on it. So I am trying to work towards picking a tagline. Most of my listeners, I think right now come through TD, targeted daily engagement. So it's not necessarily from a search engine. So that's something that I can definitely grow in. So yes, I've given it a lot of thought, but I'm super indecisive. So trying to figure out the perfect tagline is definitely a little challenging. Okay. So you mentioned something that I hadn't heard this term, these three letters before. I think you said T D E and was it targeted daily engagement? Yes, sir. So how do you do that? Like if we've got a listener who wants to grow their podcast, sounds like this is the way that you get your listeners. Is that part correct? This is how you find them. So how does the listener find listeners? How does the other podcaster find their listeners using TD? So Adam, it might be similar with how you and I ran across each other. We're in a group online and I'm interacting and I'm doing targeted daily engagement. So I'm specifically targeting who I want to either be on my show, which in this case, that was it. It was like, I was either finding a guest or wanting to be a guest. So that was the target for that day. And I do it daily because I want to continually show up in those groups or those feeds or whatever the case. I know Reddit is a very good spot to do it. So if I'm in there and I'm looking at entrepreneurial like things on Reddit and I'm interacting with those people, I make sure that the host of gingerbiz is in my bio. It's on my about me. It's all front and center. And then I just offer good insight for these people. And then they get curious, like, this girl knows what she's talking about. And then they stumble on my podcast. Now it goes back to what you said in the beginning. I'm not trying to get on this show or get in any of my areas and just sell. I'm not, Hey, come listen to gingerbiz, jump on, listen, listen, listen. Instead, I want to give them tangible takeaways. So that sparks the curiosity. So it's organic. I'm not just shoving gingerbiz down anybody's throat. So that's what I consider TD and you can do it on other platforms as well. You can do it in Facebook groups. That's probably my biggest one. And that's where I've gotten the last like 40 guests that I've had, or you can do it on Instagram or Reddit or even LinkedIn has seemed to be a pretty cool spot to start getting to know people and not to be too long -winded, but an additional point of that is. If I know Adam that I'm launching podcasts, one -on -one a course that would be perfect for your listeners. I want to go and interact with you and become a voice on your platform and get to know you. And then people will see us interacting online and that'll kind of grow it. So that's another form of TD. Cool. So you've had like 40 ish guests that came from that you've had close ish to a hundred episodes as we're recording now, and probably more when it launches, when this is being published since you're doing a couple of weeks and I'm looking at the ratings and reviews. And I wanted to find out like, if you're focused on getting that social proof, the rating and review or not. And if you are, I'm curious if you talk to guests or clients or friends or family to maybe give you that social proofing on your show. Absolutely. So after I do a guest episode, I do a couple of different things. Bear in mind that my podcast is secondary to business, although we are pivoting that so that it's more monetized and hopefully more the sole income for me. But that being said, I send a thank you, whether it's a gift or a card to each of my guests personally. And then I do ask them to drop a rating for me. And then in my newsletter, which like my email campaigns, I also request people to leave reviews. So I'm constantly asking people to leave reviews. I've done that with photography. I have over 150 reviews for KMP and I found that that's been hugely beneficial. So I am working towards that. Yes. Hey, do you still do the photography at all or did that go away? No, I still do. Definitely paired it back and maybe this gives some insight, but I'm multi -passionate entrepreneur. So I have triangle. I am a human resource profession by day. I have my podcast and branding photography to support other businesses.

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A highlight from Ep370: How Often Should You Release Episodes In A Week?

The Podcast On Podcasting

24:17 min | 2 weeks ago

A highlight from Ep370: How Often Should You Release Episodes In A Week?

"You've got to put out a little bit more. You've got to give them that content. You've got to be the squeaky wheel that is going to get the grease. You've got to constantly be in front of them, adding value to them, or they're going to go and find somebody who does. Most hosts never achieve the results they hoped for. They're falling short on listenership and monetization, meaning their message isn't being heard and their show ends up costing them money. This podcast was created to help you grow your listenership and make money while you're at it. Get ready to take notes. Here's your host, Adam Adams. What's up, podcaster? It's your host, Adam A. Adams. And in this episode, we are discussing how many episodes should you be publishing each week or each month. And I think it's a great question. I think that there's a lot of people that come to me and they want me to help them. They want me to support them by growing their podcast. And I ask them, how many episodes are publishing? And they tell me that it's, oh, we're really consistent every single month. I go, okay, how many in the month though? And they're like one every month. And there's others that come to me and they say, they go every other week, we want to make sure we are keeping this consistent. And here I'm about to share with you how often you should publish and why. Some of the pros, some of the cons. If you're publishing multiple times a week, are you going to just bother people leave you? Are they going to ignore you? Are they going to hang up on you? Are they going to be like, I can't even listen to that many. I can't listen to this guy or this gal every single day. I'm out. Are they going to say that? So let's dive in and understand this. Well, I want to start with a story. I want to start with a personal story. This is the podcast on podcasting. And when I launched the podcast, I launched it with six episodes right away. That is actually a course for launching a top rated podcast and actually launching with multiple episodes is one of the tricks for that. So we start with six and then I think I was doing two or four a week and I ramped it up to six a week. And as soon as I started doing six episodes a week and for your information, that is three solo episodes like this one right now and three interview episodes. So I would interview people every Wednesday and I would try to do five or six interviews almost every Wednesday. And then I would kind of scramble because it's not always easy for me to be honest. It's not always easy for me to record my solo episodes because I don't really have anyone to be accountable to except myself. And I like to give myself grace. So if you're like me, it might get tough to do three solos a week and all of those others. Plus, I'm an advocate for recording before you need to produce. And what does that mean? That means whatever amount that you are publishing each week, I want you to record more than that. Most likely by batching them. Batching them means like, for example, I'm going to record five or six episodes all right now. And that'll get me through a few weeks, right? Now, going back to the history of start off with a six, then I did two or four and I ramped it up to six a week. I needed to ramp it up because I had so much content available because I always wanted to record ahead of time. And I had this giant bank account. Think of finances. What does everybody tell you? You should have six months in the bank. You should have a year in the bank. Some people might say you need six weeks in the bank. I would say for podcasting, six weeks is kind of the minimum. What that means is you want to have recorded and get them starting to be edited and ready to publish, scheduled to publish all the artwork for promotion, ready to go. All the copy for promotion, ready to go six weeks ahead of time. Now you're allowed to get COVID, which both of my kids have COVID today. And I hope I don't get it. And that's one of the reasons why I'm recording five or six episodes right now is because I might not be able to talk for a week just to make sure that I get it done sooner than later. So this bank account means the recorded basically published, they're queued into your platform already and they're scheduled. The timer is ready to go. At that time, they automatically go. Now you're allowed to get COVID. Yeah. You're allowed to go on vacation. You're allowed to take Christmas off, Thanksgiving off or whatever holidays you may or may not celebrate. You can do all that. You can relax. You can take the summer off if you need to, if you've got a bank account of all of these episodes. So now that you kind of see, no matter what number it is, if it's one a week, whether it's one a month, you need to record them well in advance, get them edited and scheduled to publish so that you're never behind the eight ball. You're always ahead of the game. Again, you're never behind the eight ball. You're never having that, oh shit moment. You're always ahead of the game. You're always one step ahead. You've got that bank account, your bank of episodes ready to go. And now we can talk about how many episodes you should publish. When going into my history, I did six for a while. And when I was publishing six, it was a little hard. It was a little much. It was doable. I did it for a long, long time. And I built up my company through the podcast because of doing that. And as I was ramping this up, and I'm going to give you some real numbers. And right now the company brings in about $45 ,000 a month. And we can attribute most of that through the podcast, almost all of it directly through the podcast. And then most of the rest of it from referrals. And again, because of the podcast. So somebody who's listening, maybe you hired us and then you told your friend and they hired us too. And because of the podcast, right now we're making around $45 ,000 a month. Here's the thing. Don't share too much because I've been doing two episodes a week. Listen carefully. This is important. I've been doing two episodes for a week now for quite a while, probably since the beginning of this year, which was eight or nine months ago. So what am I saying to you? I'm saying that I made a shit ton more money back then when we were bringing in six figures a month. We were bringing in six figures a month. We had to make between 90 and 120 every single month. We averaged around a hundred grand almost to the penny each month. We were on cue to make a million dollars, right? Not to make it and it's all in Adam's pocket, but to gross it, to gross that number. And if you've business, you could do that too. So here's the thing. I got to a place where I slowed down those episodes. So I was doing six a week and we were making six figures. I slowed it down to two a week and we went all the way down to $45 ,000. It would be bad if it was $45 ,000. I wouldn't be able to pay anything. I've got too many employees. So right now we've been losing money for a few months. My company has actually been losing money for a few months. And I'm like, why? I'm taking it back to the basics. It's because we've been doing two episodes a week instead of six episodes a week. And now it sounds crazy, but I'm going to give you some of the reasons so that you understand it a little bit better. I'm going to give you some of the reasons behind this. So before I do that, I'll let you know I'm making a change right now. I'm making a change immediately. We're switching from two a week to four a week right now. And we might go to the six. I'm not sure if we're going to go to the six automatically because we don't have a big enough bank account. We don't have enough episodes already recorded, prerecorded. Because if you have been with me for a little bit, you remember back a few episodes ago where I mentioned that, hey, we ran out of episodes. And so I had to start asking friends to get their best guests so that I could start doing more interviews so that we'd be ready and set. So we've got enough of those that we're able to go to four a week instead of two a week. And I'm fully expecting to go from 45 ,000 a month to closer to 80 ,000 a month just by doing that one thing. Can you imagine? I'm kicking myself. I'm not that flexible. I'm flexible -ish, but not that flexible. I'm kicking myself in the ass right now because it's like just doing two more episodes for me, going from two to four, should be bringing in an extra $35 ,000, maybe even $40 ,000 a month. It should be able to. And that's really the only thing I have to change. That's really the only thing you have to change. Right now, you might be at one a week or every other week. Can you imagine what would happen if you boosted that up? So now let's get into the reasons and the science behind why this works. I was speaking at a conference a long, long time ago. Man, I'm surprised it was in 2018. So this is like five or six years ago and not to date myself, but yeah, this was many years ago. So I was speaking on a stage and a guy named Joe Fairless runs the event. And it was actually, I was backstage, not yet speaking. I had to follow Joe. I was the person who went after Joe and the person who runs the whole thing. And he's great speaker. He's very, very knowledgeable. And also he's very funny because he was a comedian for a while. He went and took comedian classes in New York and actually got on stages for that. So he's very personable. He's very honest. He's very open. He's very educated, very smart, very wise and easy. He easily breaks things down in a way that others can also understand it. And this lady at the end of his presentation, it goes to Q &A. And one of the first questions, like the third question is this lady on the front row, all the way stage right. So on the left side and I could see her because I was on stage left on the right side. So I'm looking and I can only see like 20 of the people that are sitting down out of the 600 or 650. And so I can only see a couple of them. So it was nice. I saw her raising her hand for a while and he finally picked on her. That sounds like you're in grade school and he's pulling her pony towels or calling her names. He picked her, he selected her and he said, what's your question? And she said, Joe, if you had to do all of this, your podcast all over again, because he was suggesting others in the, actually I forgot to mention this. He was telling his audience that they should start podcasts. The woman, she goes, Joe, if you had to start it all over again, would you still do a daily podcast? And Joe didn't even really have to think. He just said, no, I wouldn't do a daily podcast. And I thought it was interesting how he phrased it because you would expect him to say some smaller number. Like I wouldn't do it daily. I would go to one a week, or I wouldn't do it daily. I would go to three a week. Nobody knew what he was going to say next. And then he said it and it surprised the entire audience. He said, I would do a twice daily podcast. The reasons why he would do it twice daily from seven days a week, seven episodes per week to 14 episodes per week. It sounded crazy, almost like blasphemy. Like, why would you put yourself through that hell, Joe? So he goes on to say that the conversations that he's had with other real estate entrepreneurs in his field, the conversations that he's had have brought people closer to him, closer to his business. He's been able to do joint venture deals with people. He's been able to find more deals because of it. He's been able to grow his network much faster because he's having that many conversations with other people. And he says that you're more likely to get your episodes shared with other people. And simply you also have just more shareable content and you have more guests that would be willing to maybe share the episode that they were on. So with these conversations, with constantly being in front of people, which is my next point, he's always in front of people. Think of when you publish an episode, think of it as finding a way to finally get back to the first page of Google. But then tomorrow you're on the second page of Google. Then the next day you're on the third page and then the next thing you're on the fourth page. People are not going to find you when you're on the second and third and also fourth, fifth and sixth and seventh page. They're not going to find you. If you're going every other week, they're not going to find you for two weeks. They're going fill their time with something or someone else. I have a friend and she's a great person, awesome, awesome person. And I'm not contoning or condemning her right now. I am just saying that her husband was working a lot of hours and she went out on the side. She went hooked up with some other man a couple of times, and then she felt bad about it. And she told her husband, and then he changed his work schedule so they could start getting back together. And she wouldn't have the need or she wouldn't feel the need to go outside the marriage. Think about this with you and your listener, having an intimate relationship. You've got to put out. I know that's crass. I'm not trying to offend you. You've got to put out. You have to give and take. You have to be there for them in many ways. Maybe when you've been married for 30, 40, 50 years, it's different. But when you're young, in your 20s and your 30s, and probably even in your 40s, that part of the intimacy is really, really important. And not just the sexual part, but now we're also talking to the emotional part of intimacy and sharing and having a dialogue with somebody who cares and gets you. And you don't want your listener to go outside of your podcast marriage. And so you got to put out a little bit more. You got to give them that content. You got to be the squeaky wheel that is going to get the grease. You've got to constantly be in front of them, adding value to them, or they're going to go and find somebody who does. This takes me back to this show that I'm going to finally put back up soon. Maybe I'll even get off of these podcast episode recordings today, and then I'll go straight over to Netflix and I'll re -add this show because it left me for a long time because it wasn't putting out and I had needs. And so I went and found another show. It's called Ozark Badass Show. We get to season four after COVID for a little while, and we finally publish the next season. I'm so freaking excited. I start it the same week that it comes out. I was anticipating it. I was searching for that stuff on the search engines and it published and I start watching it and half the season came and then it ended. And I was like, are you serious? So what did I do? Did I sit there on my thumbs and not watch any other show? No, I went and found myself another show. My show wasn't putting out, so I had to go and get my needs fulfilled elsewhere. So I went and found another show and got excited about it. And I was in love with it. And we went to the grand finale and then I found another show and went all the way through and I found another show. And going back to Ozark, it's been years. It's actually almost two years since they republished this second half of season four. And I still haven't listened to it. It's not because I'm not excited about it or don't love it. It's because I am getting distracted by those other movies or shows that I started watching. And so think of it like this. If you're on the sixth page of Google or if you're on the third page of Google where it's hard to find people, this is really what I'm talking about, the first page of Apple podcast. When you publish an episode, you're at the top front and center, upper left, right there where people are going to see you. And then when the other people that they're subscribed to, because most people are subscribed to 30 shows, most people are subscribed to 30 shows. I know I'm subscribed to way more, but let's average it out. A lot of people are subscribed to two or three or six, and a ton of people are subscribed to 20 or 30, 40. And then I am subscribed to way, way more. So it's hard for me to see it unless they just published because it pushes and pushes and pushes that down out of the way. It's no longer in my view, out of sight, out of mind. It's not that I wouldn't want to watch it if it was there in front of me and available, but it's not available. I don't see it. It's not there. Another podcast is there and it's going to catch my attention and I'm going to go outside the marriage podcast wise, and I'm going to click on that other podcast. Even if I committed to this other one, I can't find it, but I can find this one today. So I'm going to watch it. So the point is Joe Fairless, when I was speaking at his conference, he was on stage, that woman raised her hand and said, would you still do seven a week? It seems crazy. And he said, no, I wouldn't do seven. I would do 14. I'm already the longest running real estate podcast, daily real estate podcast in the world. How can I change it now? I wish I could, but how can I change it now? So luckily for me, I don't have a claim to being the longest running twice a week show. So I'm going to four a week right now, and I'm going to work to get my bank account full and I'm going to go to six a week. And here's why. It only takes me about two hours a week to make an extra $35 ,000 a month. It only takes me an extra two hours of work to make an extra $35 ,000 in my bank account. That's why I'm increasing it. So I want you to consider going from the one every other week to at least one a week, or trying to go from the one longer one a week to maybe a long one and a short one in that week. Just double it. Maybe you can go from the $6 ,000 you're making through your podcast each month, and maybe you can double that easily to 10 or 12 or $13 ,000 that you can contribute, or is it contribute or attribute? I said the wrong word. That you can attribute directly to the podcast. So I want to challenge you and encourage you to increase it. Increase it to the highest number that you believe you can sustain. If that's one a week, awesome. If you can go to two or three or four a week, like I'm doing right now, awesome. If you can go to six and you do it before me, I will give you mad respect and mad props. Furthermore, when you start making more money through your podcast, because you follow through this challenge, as soon as you start making that additional money, I want you to call me. I want you to send me an email, call me, get a hold of me and say, Adam, it's working. And then I'm going to say, come on the show. Let others know about how this gave you success by just following through this one thing. So be committed to following through with that. Now we get some more of the science and numbers, and I gave you a lot details because Joe is the one who taught those details. You're in front of more people. You have more shareable content. You're more likely to get it shared by the guest. You're having better conversation with more people. You're growing your network and you're more likely to get more business. So why is that? And here's another analogy. You are driving down the street and you're looking for a gas station and your GPS says there is a gas station five miles to the north. The closest gas station, your GPS says, is five miles to the north. And so you turn on that road and you start going north and you're following the GPS. And about five, six minutes later, you see not just that gas station, but you also see three other gas stations because for some reason there's a gas station on every single corner there. So think of it like this. I want you to understand that when there's one gas station on a corner, when there's one gas station there, this is talking about number of episodes, that gas station owner barely scrapes by. Think of it like the podcaster who has one episode a week and they're barely scraping by. You go to a corner where there's two gas stations. Both of those gas stations are doing okay. It's weird because if you're the only gas station on the corner, you barely make money. You're breaking even. You're struggling just to pay yourself when you have one gas station or one episode a week. But when there comes in a gas station across the street, what you would think is the people that are coming to you, half of them are going to go to that other place and that you were going to lose business because you had a closed minded mindset. And it was a small mindset that believed that if somebody goes across the street, they're going to take half of your people. But what really happens, what really actually starts happening is both gas stations do better than either one could if they were by themselves. Both of your episodes will get more downloads per each episode, not the same amount per episode, and certainly not less or fewer downloads per episode, but actually both episodes will get more because you have more shareable content, more people that you're connecting with, more people that might share your content with somebody else. And you're on the first page of Google or the first page of Apple podcasts more often since you're publishing every Monday and Friday or whatever the days are. You've got all of these benefits. And so you start making more money, just like those gas stations. And when there's a third gas station, they are all making bank. And when there's four gas stations, they are all making so much money, they don't even know what to do with it. So this is why you find that when there's a gas station or a fast food restaurant, for example, when there's a McDonald's and then they put a Burger King and a Wendy's and Taco Bell all in the same area, all of those restaurants make more money than if there was less. When you start having three episodes a week, four episodes a week, five or six episodes a week, you start getting more downloads per episode. And my mom is a great example of this. I think she started out wanting to do less and she's doing pretty sure it's three episodes a week and she's getting great traction. We just launched with her just a couple of months ago. And she already told me the other day that she had like 20 ,000 downloads. And I go and look at the average podcast that is out there and I look and see what happens after one full year or sometimes two years, it takes them to get five to 10 ,000 downloads. And that's because they are doing one episode a week or every other week. And then my mom comes around and she's not sure if she can do more than one. She's not sure if she wants to spend the time. But when we have tough love, because we're family, I'm like slap her in the face. Not literally. As a mom, you got to do more. You got to do more. You got to do more. So she picks something like three. And all of a sudden she's got 20 ,000 downloads in the first few months when these other people in two years can't even get 5 ,000 or 10 ,000 downloads. There's a huge difference. It makes a big, big difference. So wrapping up today's episode, how many episodes per week or per month should you do? And the answer is as many as you possibly can, but at least, at least, at least one a week. You shouldn't even have a podcast. You can't do one a week consistently. And I want to challenge you. If you've already got your show, if your show's already up and running right now, double the production. Go from two to four, go from one to two, go from three to six. Double the promotion. And I think you're going to see that you're pretty close to double your gross income, the gross revenue for your company as well. I'll see you on the next episode. You're not alone if you're ready to either get your very first affordable microphone, or if you're ready to upgrade your equipment to some legit podcasting studio equipment. Because on all of the forums over the last few months, I'm seeing this all the time. Even my own personal clients that work with my team, they're ready to get that next microphone. They're asking us for it. Additionally, when I'm on discovery calls with potential clients, they're always asking for this stuff. Hey, what mic do you recommend? Hey, what lighting do you recommend? What webcam should I be using? So many questions. And so what we did, my whole team has put together a PDF so that if you're one of those people who is looking to either get your very first affordable microphone, or if you're ready to upgrade your equipment to more professional podcast studio equipment, whether it's soundproofing or whatever, we've got you covered by going to growyourshow .com forward slash PDF, and you can download the PDF for free, or right there on the web page is everything that you would have and you don't need to download the PDF. Either way, just go to growyourshow .com forward slash PDF, which will put you to the podcasting equipment that me and my team have personally vetted. I'll see you on the next episode.

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Monitor Show 13:00 08-29-2023 13:00

Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

01:55 min | 3 weeks ago

Monitor Show 13:00 08-29-2023 13:00

"Turns are being judged on their performance and their ability to think outside the box, because these these positions are so sought after. But mind you, the likes of Metta, others doing similar hiring $120 an hour to translate into that salary. Well, Jessamyn and Simone Foxman here, filling in for Matt Miller and Paul Sweeney. I hear we will be back tomorrow. It'll be lots of fun. But we'll have more coming up. Sound on with Joe Matthews starts right now. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg Radio. Now from our nation's capital, this is Bloomberg Sound On. President's approval ratings are very low. The majority of Americans think he shouldn't run at all. The four years Donald Trump was in the White House were totally different from the four years that Biden has been there. People are going to say I was doing better then than I am now. Bloomberg Sound On. Politics, policy and perspective from D .C.'s top names. You got to work to get people back to work, but not only that, but to higher paying jobs. The Russian threat is being degraded and unfortunately it's being degraded at the cost of Ukrainian lives, blood, treasure. Bloomberg Sound On with Joe Matthew on Bloomberg Radio. Businesses tell the White House China is becoming uninvestable. Welcome to the fastest show in politics as Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo tells reporters in China that Beijing is driving away American companies because it's an increasingly risky investment. We'll get the latest on the trip this week from Bloomberg National Security reporter Nick Wadhams with insights from Max Baucus, the former senator, former U .S. ambassador to China will be with us in a moment. Later on this hour, one of the Tennessee Three is silenced again and the fight over music on the campaign trail is already on. We'll cover it all with our six -minute show.

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A highlight from Ep366: How Long Should My Episodes Be?

The Podcast On Podcasting

08:05 min | 3 weeks ago

A highlight from Ep366: How Long Should My Episodes Be?

"Another thing that I'll do to try to keep it short, but also have you have the value is I use stories Sometimes it has to be a fictitious story that I made up now I'll never lie on the podcast most hosts never achieve the results. They hoped for they're falling short on Listenership and monetization meaning their message isn't being heard and their show ends up costing them money This podcast was created to help you grow your listenership and make money while you're at it Get ready to take notes. Here's your host Adam Adams Hey podcaster one question that I get a lot and I actually just got this week is How long should my episode be and with that? I want to dive in because I know that a lot of people are asking this a lot of people are thinking about this and also when I go on other people's podcasts, I usually teach about podcasting and So they're always asking how long should my episode be? How long should the listeners episode be and so here's the best answer that I've had over the past little while and I want to share it with you today because I know you're probably thinking about it and probably want to know and How long should it be? It should be as long as it takes to give good value So I am recording a few solo episodes today and I block out about a 30 minute I block out on average about 30 minutes for each solo episode and I got five or six that I'm recording today So I can really batch them and record more than I need to produce so I can have a bank account episodes as and I sit here and as I record these episodes, how long am I doing them? well I'm trying to keep them as short as I can as long as My listener as long as you still get the value So I try to cut it down condense it make it fast But also make sure that everyone listening understands exactly what the point was for the podcast. They got takeaways They've got something that they need to do after the podcast when I do that for you It's gonna support you to have a good episode. Another thing that I try to do is I add a little bit of humor So how I do that when I'm doing solo episode is generally I am willing to laugh at myself when I make a mistake And I make a lot of freaking mistakes another thing that I do is I try really really hard to just be myself and not to be stressed or needing to impress anybody by Speaking intellectually because that's not me That's not who I am at all So I try to just have to remind myself and some people say that's weird You shouldn't have to tell yourself to be yourself. You could just be yourself It's not that easy for me and I'm venturing to say maybe for you It also isn't that easy because we tend to want to put on the best face We tend to want to impress people and with that in mind Sometimes when we put up an episode if we make a mistake or if we kind of trip over our words Then we get stressed because we're saying to ourselves. I'm failing. I'm not being perfect. I should stop this I should rerecord and then we record like all of these different things and it takes forever So one of the ways that I do that is I try to be myself Another thing that I'll do to try to keep it short but also have you have the value is I use stories Sometimes it has to be a fictitious story that I made up now I'll never lie on the podcast when I make up my stories I use cartoon characters or cave people I use animals I say the duck said to the bird, you know that the duck didn't really ducks are birds as a matter of fact See, I'm laughing at myself already when I'm going through and sharing stories Sometimes I'll make up a story that you understand that's made up more as a parable and other times I will use a story about a client or about myself or my own business or about my history or what I learned on a YouTube channel I'll share it with you to pull you in to allow you to think through the Timeline of the story and which helps you to be able to take the takeaways and make them a little bit more meaningful for what you're doing So those stories can really allow you to be able to teach your listener and get them Moving along in the direction that you want to take them. So I'll be myself I'll be funny or I'll kid around when I have guests. I'm playful and jovial and I just try to have a good time and that allows my listener that allows you to connect with me a little bit easier It allows you and I to basically feel like we're having a conversation together And I know that that works because most of the time when client a potential client Goes to hire us they say I feel like I knew you there I feel like I've already known you for a long time because I've been listening to your podcast for like a year and I've listened to every podcast episode or I've listened to this many podcast episodes if it's not all of them And so what I'm seeing is that they totally feel that they feel like we're getting along they feel like we're having a conversation and that's important because or that's happening because I Not trying to be somebody who I'm not I'm just trying to share these things and then I bring in the stories so that you can have takeaways and then the next thing That I will do is I will wrap it up at the end. I'll make sure you know what I'm talking about I'll bring it out to light a few times and then at the end I'll wrap it up this allows it to be able to give you everything that you need but be as short as possible So you're asking yourself, but Adam how long does it need to be and here comes the answer it can be five minutes And I've got data and literal like science on this that five -minute podcast is great and valuable I've got data and science that 30 minutes is perfect and great and valuable and we also have data that an hour or two hours Or even three hours isn't too long as long as you're keeping it entertaining Educational fun you're being yourself and you're allowing the listener to come through the journey and get something Actual takeaways and you're not just only shooting the shit if you're being able to do that Then it doesn't matter really the length as long as you do all those things, but there is another consideration So this says with a caveat Saying it starts to matter when you know who your avatar is So if you've got an avatar that is really go go go that really doesn't want the details really doesn't need the data You're probably going to come in with two three four five six minute episodes and be successful with it If you've got the normal avatar most people it's looking 20 to 40 minutes right in that 30 ish minute range And if you've got other avatars that just want to enjoy just want to learn something just want to be fly on the wall Then those two three hour conversations for episodes will work for your listener for your audience So it really matters what type of podcast you have and who you serve and what they're looking for. But in general the Overwhelming biggest part to this is just keep it as short as you can while giving the takeaways I'll see you on the next episode. Oh, hey because three of my clients came to me recently Looking to find a way to have their podcast make the money instead of cost them money We put together a resource for some of our clients and I want to give it to you as well It's something that did actually seem to help because one of them is now making twenty six hundred a month another one 4 ,500 a month and the third is making between five thousand and ten thousand each month. And so it's been a resource It's been incredibly valuable to them. It's our sponsor sheet template It's a template of a sponsor sheet and it gives you something that you can hand to potential sponsors And hopefully also be making twenty six hundred forty five hundred or between five and ten K Regularly each month with your podcast So this has been a contributing factor to helping all three of those clients Turn their podcast into an additional income stream for them And the way that you can find it is just going to our website grow your show calm But put in forward slash templates grow show calm forward slash templates and Then you can actually download that template and others that could be valuable to your podcasting experience.

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A highlight from Part 1: USAs World Cup Collapse, Basebrawls, Jets Optimism, Life in The G-League and The OC 20 Years Later | with Gabe York and Zoe Simmons

The Bill Simmons Podcast

26:59 min | Last month

A highlight from Part 1: USAs World Cup Collapse, Basebrawls, Jets Optimism, Life in The G-League and The OC 20 Years Later | with Gabe York and Zoe Simmons

"Coming up, an unexpected two -part podcast cameo from me. It's next. We're also brought to you by the Ringer Podcast Network, where we turned over Sean Fennesey and Amanda Dobbins' big picture feed to Brian Raftery. It's a narrative podcast called, Do We Get to Win This Time? How Hollywood Made the Vietnam War. You can find it on the big picture starting on Tuesday. And it is an idea I'm really excited about because it came from a class that I did as a senior in college in 1992. Me and my friend Horgs talked a movies professor into doing a special Vietnam War movies class where we watched basically every Vietnam War movie that had been made up to 1992 and then tried to write a big picture term paper about it. And the thing that was really fascinating about that class and something that stuck with me was just that whole concept of Hollywood reinventing the entire Vietnam experience under the premise of, Did We Get to Win This Time? So we got Brian involved and he turned the idea into an awesome, awesome podcast. I even went and dug up the term paper that I wrote 31 years ago. I thought it was gonna be horrendous. It wasn't bad. I was kind of proud of myself, retroactively 31 years later. Anyway, Do We Get to Win This Time? How Hollywood Made the Vietnam War. It is gonna be in the big picture podcast starting on Tuesday. So that's one piece of business. Second, new rewatchables on Monday night. It is the 300th movie that we've done. It's a special one. We're doing National Lampoon's Vacation. It was time. Meet Chris Ryan, Van Lathan. Yeah, and Van was pushing for it because we wanted to do Christmas Vacation during the holidays and you can't do Christmas Vacation. If we do National Lampoon's Vacation, super fun. Can't wait for you to listen to it. And we'll be running the video at some point on the YouTube channel, youtube .com slash Bill Simmons, where we put up a whole bunch of rewatchables podcasts in case you missed it. Boogie Nights is up there now. Goodfellas, Independence Day, just a slew of them. So if you're bored and you wanna throw on some rewatchables and watch us make fun of each other, there you go. Last but not least, I don't wanna say this is the most important, but it's certainly the thing I spent the most time on. Our documentary that we did about the G League with Religion of Sports and Ringer Films, we combined, and it is premiering on Tuesday, August 8th. It is called Destination NBA, A G League Odyssey. It's really good. We immersed ourselves into the G League season. We followed Scoot Henderson, Gabe York, Ryan Terrell, Mason Jones, and Denzel Valentine. And the big question was, what is this world like? What's it like to be in the G League? And I am really proud of where we landed with it. And we even have, much later in this podcast, Gabe York is gonna come on. He's one of the five that we followed, and he's gonna tell us what it's like as you're holding on to your dream in your late 20s. We try not to spoil the doc too much with Gabe, but I really liked him. He's probably the guy that jumps out of the doc in the most sympathetic way. So look forward for you to watch it. It is prime video, Tuesday, August 8th, Destination NBA. A G League Odyssey. You love basketball, just watch it, it's good. So there you go. This is gonna be part one of a two -part podcast. Gabe is coming up later. My daughter Zoe Simmons is coming up later because we did a whole bunch of OC stuff on the Prestige TV podcast. I was even on two of the episodes. But I ended up watching season one of the OC. And my daughter was watching with us and loved the show. And she was born a year and a half after it premiered. So me and her broke down season one from the perspective of what is it like when somebody 18 watches the OC, a show that is now two decades old. The anniversary was actually August 6th. And what she liked, what she didn't like, what people aren't doing anymore for her kind of audience. And we just dove into it. So that is much later. First, coming out of the gate, I'm gonna open a six -pack because we have a lot to discuss over the past three weeks, all the stuff I missed. So that's gonna be part one. And then part two, which is gonna go up later on Sunday night, me and Rossello doing this evergreen idea that we've always wanted to do. And this seemed like the perfect time because nothing's happening in basketball. So that's gonna be part two later tonight. Part one coming up. First, our friends from ProJax. What's up? All right, I'm taping this. It is Sunday afternoon Pacific time. And I'm gonna open a six -pack. There's a bunch of stories in sports and culture that happened over the last three weeks. I was just writing stuff down, things that would have been fun for podcast segments. I was just like, man, I wish I could have given my thoughts on that. Just gonna rip through them. So I have six and then maybe a couple bonus ones at the end. The first one, the biggest one, was the US women's soccer team, which lost today in penalty kicks to Sweden, scored zero goals in the last two games, scored one goal in the last three games, and that was off a corner kick. You could feel from the beginning that something was off with this team. It was all the ways. You knew in a checklist of what are the red flags? There were just red flags galore. And the only person who was really calling it out in time over and over again was Carli Lloyd, who was doing the Fox studio show. And she was the one person in the horror movie who knows the house is haunted. And everyone's like, shut up. You're not being patriotic. You just wish you were still on the team. She was right. She was right from the get -go. This team, you could see it before the Vietnam game when it was like, look at the new Nike suits. Look at these new suits. And they're all like styling as they head into the locker room. And they're running commercials. And every player has a commercial. There's players who've never done anything of that commercials. And the vibe was just off. They only beat Vietnam three -nothing in a bracket where goal differential was gonna be super -duper important. And that was a huge red flag. And we did the usual thing that we've been doing since 2019, 2015 of, oh, well, they almost scored a bunch of times. Oh, well, if that had gone in or some bad luck. There was just an arrogance to this team. Like they were carrying themselves like the defending champs, the same way like the Denver Nuggets would go into next NBA season. Like we're the champs. I was like, yeah, you are the champs because the season just happened. The World Cup happened four years ago. Everyone's four years older or wasn't on the team. And you could see they wanted to build the team instead of around the identity of, here are these new up and coming awesome stars that are gonna be in your life. They were really latching on to Alex Morgan and Megan Rapinoe. Alex Morgan's 34, Megan Rapinoe's 37. I think one of the differences between the discourse with women's sports and men's sports is that in men's sports, we grasp for angles. And if somebody is disappointing in some way, we really go nuts. Like think of how James Harden's been treated over the last 12 years. So he's one of the 35 best players ever and has taken just an incredible amount of shit. Oh my God, the playoffs, look at his game log. Oh, he choked again. Alex Morgan, who scored twice in her first two games in the World Cup in 2011, she scored once in 2015 in seven games. She scored six times in 2019, five against Thailand in a game that was 13 to nothing, one in the other six, and then scored nothing in the four games this time around. If you take away that Thailand game, she has scored two goals in the last 17 World Cup games. This is the striker. This is the one who's supposed to be the most dangerous player in the field, who's supposed to produce goals. And she hasn't produced goals since the mid 2010s on the national level. And yet it's Alex Morgan. She was supposed to be the next one. We got to keep propping her up and pretending she's a superstar. She's not a superstar. She's really honestly never been a superstar. She certainly hasn't been as impactful as somebody like Abby Wambach was. So you have the team built around her. She's got to play. They play her the entire game, game two, the entire game, game three. She plays like 95 minutes in this game today, and they don't score goals. And the announcers just won't talk about it. It's like being on an AYSO team that your kid's on, and the coach is playing somebody at striker, and everyone's like, why don't they play Sally at striker instead of the coach's daughter? It's like, oh, you know, the coach's daughter. She's got to play there. So you have that, and then you have Rapinoe, who's 37 years old, who's just, unfortunately, great career, legendary, true legend, huge big time player. And when you hit your late 30s in soccer, it's a wrap. She looked like Yudana Rapinoe, not big Rapinoe, and comes out for the last 25 minutes of this game and can't do anything, and then misses the penalty kick. That's the thing. If you're beholden to past performance, you can't expect to succeed in the moment. And I did feel like, what were this team's strengths? Speed. They had Sophia Smith, who really was bad the last three games on the left wing. Like, she just, she couldn't even connect passes. Trinity Rodman, who's a beast. Lynn Williams, who's super fast and athletic and had some really nice moments the last two games. And then Alyssa Thompson, who's the prodigy, who's the, you know, potential tiger or LeBron of this team. 18 years old, best high school player I've ever had. They won't even throw her out there. But this was not a team that could connect passes. They weren't, like, especially creative. The coaching was just bizarre, and we'll never see that guy again. But it was like, the one thing they did have was speed, especially the forwards, and they just threw that away. And Alex, you know, couldn't do anything. So now they're out. It's the most disappointing finish of the last 25 years for the women's team. And it reminds me in a lot of ways that 2004 Olympic basketball team that we had, the USA team. And I tweeted this, I think after the second game, because that was a team that was between eras, like this one was, where all the best players on that 2014, the ones in their primes, weren't that good, except for Duncan. And Duncan was completely banged up. He'd played so many NBA games the last couple of years. I think his knee was hurt. But, you know, it was Iverson and Marbury. The talent, it just was a between eras. And you had guys on the bench, like LeBron and Carmelo and Wade, who were four years away. Kobe wasn't on the team. And it just felt generationally, like we caught that team in the wrong time. The style was wrong. And we learned all these lessons and we moved on. 2008, we win. There's a documentary about it. But this team felt like it was between eras. The Alex Morgan, Rapinoe era, which was basically done. And then you have this era coming up with Rodman and Sophia Smith and Alyssa. And, you know, it's just four years from now, we'll probably be fine. But they need to re -imagine this. And I think if you're gonna learn any lesson from this, it doesn't matter what happened four years ago. It's the World Cup. It matters what's happening now. So that's one thing. Second thing. So Jaylen Brown gets this huge contract, $304 million. Some people seem surprised that it was that much money. Chris Ryan even took a shot at it when we did our library watchables. Hurt my feelings a tiny bit. Mainly because I didn't really have a comeback. Rosella did something on his podcast about how this actually makes sense. This amount of money, when you think of how the salary cap has climbed just since 2015, and it's gonna keep climbing. And there's this world you can go into where you think about just how much everything is gonna cost in the NBA four or five years from now, that Jaylen Brown at $70 million isn't actually gonna be that intimidating. The same way we feel about Tobias Harris for $40 million now, or Klay Thompson, $40 million now. Yeah, you don't really wanna pay $40 million for Klay Thompson, but you can survive it. And I think that's gonna be where the Celtics land with Jaylen. Here's why they had to do it. They're the favorites on FanDuel right now. They're plus 470. The thing that made them the most special and has made them the most special for the last five, six years is the Jaylen Brown -Jason Tatum combo. They've been incredibly successful. The team itself has made five conference finals in the last seven years. They came super close to making the finals last year. I have now gone into the what if zone with that Celtics team where what if Tatum doesn't hurt his ankle on the first play? Do we beat Miami? They were close is the point. And when you're that close, you can't fuck around. This is not Bradley Beal resigning with Washington for 50 million a year when everybody knows you can't get past the eight seed with Bradley Beal. This is different. You're trying to win a title. You're trying to keep all your optionality open. The thing that's a little scary about it, nobody seems to totally know if he wants to be in Boston. This is something we've discussed on this pod. It's been floating out there. The fact that he wasn't happy about landing in the Kevin Durant trade rumors a couple years ago. And just in general, where the league is now, where as Woj called it, the transfer portal, where people get their contract first and then they decide what they want to do. And I think for the Celtics, they know they bought themselves a year with Jalen and they are still one of the favorites to win the title. And a lot of it's going to depend on health and Porzingis. You could also, I don't want to make the case, but you might be able to make the case that Brown had a fucked up hand last year. Cause he did. Cause he sliced his hand open. It was bleeding even during the Philly series. And maybe that was why his ball handling went sideways. Listen, you got to do the contract. It just breaks your brain. I remember a million years ago, Sports Illustrated and Inside Sports say every year they would have like a salary issue. And they would talk about these guys are making $1 million a year. And it seemed like so much money. And now where we're heading with the money, plus the NBA is the meteorites deal. The moment any of these guys becomes unhappy, what do you do? Because you're paying Jalen, let's say you're paying him 55 million a year. Plus he is the trade kicker, which the team has to pay. Right? So if he decides after a year, you know what? I'm tired of being the scapegoat. Everybody loves Jason. I'm like the middle brother of this team. I want my own team. I want to go to Houston or Atlanta. You got to trade me. What are the Celtics going to do? On top of who would want out, you don't have a lot of options and you turn into what the situation Portland's in with Deem. And then on top of it, it's so much money. It's impossible to get any sort of a fair trade for the guy. So they had to do it. And optionality the that comes out of it is frightening. I remember in the early 2000s, when the first time the contracts kind of went nuts and you would see that people get signing like six -year, $100 million deals, seven -year, $110 million deals. And the Celtics really, really stupidly traded for Vin Baker. One of the worst trades of the last 30 years for Boston Sports. A trade so bad, you knew it instantaneously. And I wrote a piece that you can probably find somewhere in the ESPN archives about it, where I compared it to the end of Thelma Louise when Harvey Keitel is running toward the cliff trying to stop the car from going off the cliff. That's how I thought about the Vin Baker trade when it happened. Then it happens and you just had this salary albatross. It's a salary cap league. And you're like, wow, we just threw away 20 % of our salary cap on this trade. There's going to be a couple of those that are just franchise killers. And whether that leads to them bringing back the amnesty clause, who knows? I wish, I've made this, I've had this idea before. I wish that they had a rule in there that if you drafted a guy, every year that he stays in the team, you get rewarded in some way from a salary cap luxury tax type thing, right? So Jaylen was 2016 draft, this would be his eighth year. Maybe like after the seventh year, because that's usually like the third contract. The guy stays in the team, maybe each year after that, he doesn't count for 2 % of the luxury tax, up to like 30%, something like that. The point is the Warriors should be rewarded for keeping Draymond and Klay and Curry from a tax standpoint, that they were that smart to draft those guys, keep those guys together. They should be incentivized, the players, to want to stay with them because there's some luxury tax stuff that the team gets. And the team should want to be incentivized to take care of those guys because it's also beneficial to them. I just wish they figured out some version of that rule. Anyway, Jaylen was always signing for $304 million. Talk to me in a year, I'll keep my fingers crossed. Next thing, I missed the running back pity party. This was crazy. The running backs all got together and they were really upset about how much money they made. And I don't know what to tell you. There's too many running backs and not enough running back spots. And I don't know if you're trying to build a responsible salary cap team in a collectively bargained era, why would you spend $30 million over two years on a running back unless the running back was awesome? Nobody even wants to spend more than $11 million on running back. So I knew that this was crazy when Damien Harris, who was on the Patriots, who I thought was really good. He's maybe not an elite running back, but a good running back, right? Somebody that if he had been on the Chiefs, he easily could have started for the Chiefs. And he signed with the Bills for like one year, 2 million. And when that happened, combined with Pacheco on the Chiefs' seventh round pick, they won the Super Bowl with him. It's just, this position's devalued. I work on this player, I've been actually working on it the last couple of weeks where I try to rank the players for blue chippers, red chippers, pink chippers, honorable mention, and have this whole point system. And so quarterbacks, Mahomes, who's the alpha of that position, he's worth 10 points. And you could even see this in the point spread. If Mahomes gets hurt, the Chiefs are 10 points, nine points, whatever, less than what they would be as a favorite. They'd switch to an underdog. And you go on down the line. Jalen Hurts, I had him as an eight. I had Joe Burrow as a nine. And you go on, you keep going down, and it's like, Geno Smith's probably a two. But then you look at some of the other positions and you have to value them the same way the salary cap values them and teams value them. Guards, they aren't worth that much. Running backs, sorry, they're not worth that much. My top running back was three points because ultimately running backs don't really matter that much. In the last like five, six years, I would say Derrick Henry was the only running back that you could definitively say, this guy almost won the Super Bowl. Like he was that good. Other than that, you know, it's plug and play, quarterbacks, it's receivers. It's much harder to find the number one receiver. Every team needs one. It's much more tangible if you don't have the number one receiver. And it's much easier to just kind of scrap together the running back position. And yet people went nuts about this. We ironically had this in the NBA with centers. You know, Vucevic, who's a really good offensive player, he signed for 60 million for three years, 20 million a year. And Jaylen Brown's going to make $52 million a year. Is Jaylen Brown two and a half times better than Vucevic? No, it's just, he plays a way more important position. You can only play one center at a time. You can patch together the center position. You could have like Isaiah Hartenstein for $8 million. You could, you know, get Robert Williams for 16. You don't need to spend what Phoenix did on Eaton where they're paying $8 and $30 million a year at center. And you don't really need to do that. You kind of feel obligated if you don't want to lose the asset. But I think the NBA is going to go this way eventually where unless it is Jokic or Embiid, the center or Bam Adebayo, it's a bonus. You could argue that was already an overpay. They gave him a huge extension. The Lakers just gave Anthony Davis $60 million a year as an extension. I would argue that's a little frightening. I feel like you could patch together the center position. What really matters in basketball is having the creator. And this was the argument five years ago with Luka versus Eaton for the number one pick. And I made this argument. It was like, go look at who wins the NBA title every year. It's always the people who have the creator. There's somebody who's on the perimeter of the ball in their hands. Even Jokic, who wins the title this year, he was a creator. He's not a typical center, right? He's basically their point guard on offense who could post up. So this happened in the NBA. Nobody went nuts. And this is happening in football. And is this where football is. If you want to make the most amount of money playing in the NFL, I don't know why you would be a running back. I would be a cornerback. I would be a wide receiver. I'd be an edge rusher. But if you're a running back, you know your shelf life's probably like five, six years. You know the money is not totally gonna be there. Now they're in this, like you have people like JK Dobbins, like, I might hold out. It's like, really? You didn't barely even play in the field. Barkley said he was gonna hold out. And then, you know, probably looked at it. And the money for Barkley is like 10, 11 million. That's unfortunately the market. So you can't fix this. They collectively bargained it. And until we get to the next CBA, I don't know how you fix it. I thought it was really weird. It felt like people had nothing to talk about. And it was like, ah, let's feel bad for running backs. All right, let's take a break. And then I'm gonna finish the rest of the six pack. All right, picking up on the six pack. We're gonna talk a little more football. I talked about the running back pity party. This is a different kind of party. The Jets optimism, which has just been stunning to me over the course of July. I have Jets fans in my life. These are people that usually have no hope and are very reminiscent of the pre -2004 Red Sox fans, just assuming the worst at all times. Why does God hate us? All that stuff. And now they have this crazy optimism based on the fact that they brought in Aaron Rodgers, who I did not think was very good last year, just throwing that out there. I wouldn't say he was bad, but for Rodgers, he was bad. I mean, we thought Rodgers was, he was the reigning MVP and we thought he was still one of the five or six most impactful players in the league. And I don't wanna read stats to you for the next six minutes, but deep balls, he was bad. Turnovers, he was bad. Leadership, he was bad. And the case for Rodgers coming back would be, well, he's gonna be rejuvenated. The Jets, New York City. This is his team. He got away from Green Bay. He's got Hackett back. I get it, but he's also at an age where we've really only seen Tom Brady succeed at a high, high level at the age that Rodgers is at. I was trying to figure it out. I have my QB ratings and I had, you know, the top tier is Mahomes and Burrow and Allen and Herbert and Hertz. Those have to be the top five. Then it drops off and it's Lamar Jackson and Lawrence. And then Rodgers, probably a hair underneath him with a chance to play himself up with those guys. But from what we saw last year, I'm not ready to put him there. So he's the 10th best quarterback in the league, probably. 10th or ninth best quarterback in the league, probably. Well, they have no offensive line. And I don't understand why people keep glossing over this where it's like, hey, Rodgers and Garrett Wilson, he's one of the best receivers in the league and Breece Hall's going to come back and the defense is really good. And it's like, yeah, the offensive line is terrible. Beckton and Dwayne Brown, sure tackles again. And then you have Robert Salah as the coach, who I cannot say I thought that Jets were crisply coached last year. Whatever he was doing with Zach Wilson was insane. No idea if that guy's even a decent coach. So I'm already worried about your offensive line, the age of your quarterback, and the competency of your coach. And that's before we get into the hard knocks curse, because for some reason they're doing hard knocks, the incredible Super Bowl hype already. And then we have the schedule, which is the AFC East has just got screwed by the schedules this year. The Jets, just for quarterbacks in 17 games, they got to play Josh Allen twice, they got to play Mahomes, Herbert, Hertz, Dak Prescott, and Deshaun Watson. And then they also have to play Miami twice. We'll see what we get out of two this year. And then a really good Pats defense. And then Denver, who knows, they might be rejuvenated. So Danny Dimes, they have to play him. It is a brutal schedule, so you have that. And then on top of everything else, you're the Jets. I was there with the Red Sox before 2004, and this is probably just as bad, where you just think the worst possible things can happen is all the time. You're not allowed to have optimism when you're Jets fans. You can be cautiously optimistic. There was an entire Curb Your Enthusiasm episode once, season 10, episode seven, about being a Jets fan. And it was called, I think, the ugly section. Nick Kroll was the maitre d'. And part of the episode was about, he would put these people in different sections of the restaurant, depending on how attractive they were. But there was this other plot, Larry's buddy who loved the Jets, kills himself. And Larry becomes convinced it was because of the Jets, that the Jets killed his friend. This was only a couple of years ago. So now they get Aaron Rodgers, and everything's good. And they're gonna win the Super Bowl. I don't see it, guys. I don't wanna step on my football stuff too much, but I'd be shocked. And Lombardi points out the defense that everybody's ready to compare to the 85 Bears. Lombardi said they had two turnovers over the last eight games last season. So that means something too. I am dubious, to say the least. If you're gonna tell me a tortured franchise actually turns it around this year, I want a tortured franchise that doesn't have expectations. Because the Lions are another one. Everybody's ready to put them in the Super Bowl or close. And the only case for them is just pretty explosive offense. They couldn't stop anybody last year. And the NFC is terrible. But that's another one where is that a fan base that should be super excited and have a ton of hype? The one that's kind of lurking that fits in this group is the Browns. Because the Browns are actually super talented. They're in a winnable division. Burroughs already hurt. And I think they're four to one to win the AFC North on FanDuel, something like that. Their over -under is, I think it climbed up.

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"I got Dad's clothes and... Bruce? Bruce! Get everything, Birdie? Uh-huh. Are you okay? Yeah. Why? You're holding my Dad's laptop pretty tight there. Looks like you cracked the casing. Oh, sorry. This is the right one though, yeah? The one we used to restore my programming? That contains the original ATOM files? Uh-huh. Can I have it? Sure. Here. Hope it still works. I'm really not sure how that happened. It's okay. I guess we should probably get to the roof? Right behind you. Come on. Come on, open already! Let me out! That was the slowest elevator ride of my life! I guess we're here. I believe this is the same level as the grotto where we found the journal. I remember being in this room. When I came through the... whatever I came through. Is this an auditorium? The Guinevere Fontaine Memorial Hall. The founder of the school. She must have built this. What else do you remember about being in here? See down there? Where the orchestra pit would be? That's the hole I was pulled out of after they swam me to the surface. Here comes Kazu. With Penn. Still sleepwalking. Right into the bassinet. He's strapping him down? We have to stop this. Oh, sure. Let's take on Kazu and whoever else Solstice has up there with a flashlight and a tiny robot. I am not designed to fight. Yeah, no kidding. Look, there's Dr. Solstice behind the glass. Perhaps it's some sort of observation. She's not alone in there. It's someone with a black cape. And a hood? The headmaster. Mom. But I can't see her face, can you? Thank you, Kazu. The baby looks to be well secured. Let's bring in the battery. The battery? Is a person on a gurney? A person in a gator mask? What is this? Some kind of freaky secret ritual? Mom, what are you up to? Welcome to Dr. Anders' lab, Casey. Can I help you with something? Ivan, gonna need you to turn off your eyes and ears. As you wish. Need to find hubby. Gotta be here somewhere. Test tubes, beakers, cover board. What are you gonna do with that? Fly it back to Elixir Academy? I'm sorry? You know, from the minute I met you, I had this feeling like I knew you from somewhere. I have one of those faces. Maybe. But you didn't just show up to apply for a job with my mom, did you? I do know you. We met in Florida at Elixir Academy. You were my tour guide. Elixir Academy? What are you doing here? What does it have to do with Brinley? With her mom? Cyrus! It's over, Casey. Just tell me the truth. Cyrus, you've got it all wrong. I just wanted to see if I could get the hoverboard to work. But I guess it doesn't have to be turned on to be useful. Sorry about that. Gotta go. We have to get closer to the stage, Remy. We're too far away from the action back here. Hang on. They're doing something to the person on the gurney. They're connecting it to the bassinet. This can't be good. All clear, Dr. Solstice. Thank you, cousin. Stand clear, please. Pen. Amity. What's happening? Lickering vise marks. Is the room shaking? Bassinet. It's lighting up. It's happening to the person on the gurney. What is that swirly thing? My... It closes. It's pulling me. Tortoise, stay close to the wall. It's too powerful. Dr. Solstice, shut it down. I can't hang on. The experiment contains, cousin. Wise. I can't... Cos, you got sucked through. You know what? That's it. Brinley. What are you doing? Show's over, lunatics. We have intruders. Get them. Dark, you guys. Run. This way. We have to save Pen. You can't go to Pen, Brinley. The second you do, you'll lose your memory. I can't leave him here. I'll do it. Brinley. I said get them. Go, quick. My mom. She's still up in the observation room. Mom, I know you're here. Why don't you come out of hiding? I've got Pen. Run. Run, you guys. Hey, let go of my leg. It's the person in the mask. Help. The battery. Please don't be evil. Please don't be evil. Please don't be evil. Here, take my hand. I've got the battery. And Saibot's with me too. Let's go. Pen and I are right behind you. Sorith guards. Run. Go. Faster. Made it. How do I turn this thing on anyway? Hubby only responds to whoever he's been programmed to link with. In this case, me and Brinley. Cyrus. It's over, Casey. Time to come clean. Tell me why you're here. Tell me who sent you. Stay away from me. Or what? You'll jump off the roof? Unless you're a robot? That isn't gonna end well. Are you a robot? A wit kid? I don't know who I am, okay? All I know is my name and what I'm supposed to do. What you're supposed to do? What's that even mean? I can't tell you. They'll hurt Mila. Who's Mila? And who's they? Look, clearly someone is forcing you to do things against your will. Let me help you. You can't help me, Cyrus. Please just let me go home. I want to go home. I need answers. Do you know what happened to my parents? Do you know where they are? Cy, what's going on? Get back, guys. What are you doing? I know her. She was my tour guide at Elixir Academy. What? I can handle this. I can handle it, too. By shoving that traitor right off that building. Bertie, back off. Aw, you stupid hoverboard. Turn on. You want me and Bruce to take her down, Cyrus? Fly me back to Florida now. I promised her we wouldn't hurt her. Please. I just need you guys to stay back. Listen to me. Turn on. Turn on. It really won't turn on unless I- Please turn on. What the heck? Hubby? She's got the original Hubby? It worked. It came on. Hubby, I need you to get me out of here. Wait. Casey, stop. Don't get on. Cyrus, be careful. Hubby's taking off. I'm not letting you get away. Got it. Let go, Cyrus. Let go. Bruce, grab the board. Bruce, why are you standing in my way? It's too late. They're in the air. Hold on, Cy. Help him, guys. Cyrus, whatever you do, don't let go. We're here. We made it to the caverns. How's our friend in the mask? From the sound of it, not a hundred. Lay down. Try and catch your breath. Brynlee! Remy! Thank goddess you made it. Where's Penn? He woke up, but he wouldn't come with me. I lost him. Oh, no. What do we do now? They saw us, and we saw them. We can't just go back to our room, can we? I can't leave. I tried to confront my mom, but- Brynlee? How do you know my name? You're kidding. My mom. I'd recognize that entitled whining undead. What? Help me pull off this mask. You! Hey, Brynlee. Casey Dupree? Thanks for remembering. Have I got a story for you. Hey, now that you've listened to this week's episodes, head on over to the GZM rewind feed to hear me and the creators talk about the latest episodes with special guests, including cast members and superfans. Shh, it's starting. GZM shows. Imagination amplified.

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"Must be weird sneaking into your own building. Not my first time breaking into this place. Hey, Cyrus. Thanks for including me. Of course, you're part of the team, right? Yeah. So, elevator or stairs? Stairs sound safer. I'm just gonna duck into the bathroom real quick. Now? Always happens before a big caper. Okay, well, don't come out until after you're done scrubbing your hands. Scrubbing, scrubbing, scrubbing your hands. Hurry and please catch up to the rest of the group after you're done scrubbing your hands. Whoa. Cyrus, you okay? Is this another one of those zone-out moments? Uh, yeah. You know what? The bathroom can wait. You sure? Yeah, it passed. Let's go to the stairs. Hey, have you ever tried riding one of those hoverboards yourself? Couple of times. Didn't go well. My sister, Holiday, is the best. So, only the bots have them? Well, yeah, but we have an extra one here at Holiday Corp. Used to belong to my sister, actually. Hovey, that's his name, was destroyed a few years ago, but I've been rebuilding him. He should be good to go. I left him in mom's lab for testing. Okay, here we are. So, I'll check out Dr. Andrew's lab and meet you in yours. Sounds good. See you in a bit. I remember now. Um, yeah, I have a question. Where's the bathroom? The bathroom. That's your insightful question. It may not be insightful, but it is kind of urgent. Down the hall, last door to the right. Hurry and please catch up to the rest of the group after you're done at the Elixir Academy. Blimey, you shouldn't sneak up on people in dark, spooky basements. Sorry, I would have announced myself, but I had to be quiet. Hence, the sneaking. It was an excellent sneak. Thank you, Cybot. What are you doing down here? I woke up and saw that you and Penn were gone. Didn't take a big leap to figure out where you went. So, are we going for the bassinet or what? We can't. Solstice is in there with Penn and- We're all set, Dr. Solstice. The battery is charging. And Kazu. What are they doing in there? Come on, just don't get too close. What is that in the wall? Another hidden elevator. That must be how they got down to the caverns. Cousin, take Penn to the bassinet. I'll be observing from the booth with the headmaster. My mom. The door. It's alright, Penn. It'll be over soon. They're taking Penn in the elevator. He's sleepwalking again. Brinley, was Dr. Solstice crying? Please, that would mean she has a heart. Now what? Now we get into the elevator. Right, Brinley? Brinley? This could answer every single question we've ever had about this stupid school. Maybe every question I've had about my whole life. Elevator's here. You ready for the answers? Is it weird, being back in the workshop, Bruce? Eh, I was basically shut down that whole time I was lying on the table. How did you finally wake up? I mean, you said it yourself, it doesn't just happen. I guess Badger put it in motion before I went home with you? Yeah. I'm gonna go in the back to look around. Do you see anything interesting out here? Grab it. Will do. Man, Dad really needs to clean up better once we find him. You really think Delphine showed up at the courthouse to help whoever kidnapped your parents? I mean, I guess. You said she doesn't have any feelings of her own. Yeah, when it came to emotions, old Doc Whittier just couldn't get it right, could he? What do you mean? He built me to be like a person, only he never figured out the whole empathy part. That's what made Adam so dangerous. Badger and Cam were his next attempts at kids who were more real, and he gave up on them too. He finally built his masterpiece holiday using human DNA along with the tech, but she left him anyway. After that, he gave up on programming emotions altogether. So what does Delphine want? She wants nothing. She doesn't know what it's like to feel rejection, failure, to have ambitions and goals and watch helplessly as they crumble through your fingers. She doesn't know what it's like to feel envy or rage. She doesn't care if she loses the only home she ever had, the only family she ever knew. And she's never felt that deep, burning, gut-wrenching urge to punish the people who stand in your way, especially the ones who ripped away every last thing you've ever cared about.

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"There are kids in this world who are different, special, they go to school in a place you can't afford. I need you to record this, ok? Record it? For what? For just in case. In case what, Brinley? Just record, ok? Recording. Uh, hey, Brinsters or whoever is listening to this, it's me coming to you from the basement of Elixir Academy. I guess if you're hearing this it means I didn't make it out safely. Maybe I've been captured. Maybe I'm gone. A horrible thought for the future of mankind. I know. Nonetheless the truth must get out. Wait, if you're dead then that means I've probably been turned into Scrap Metal 2. So how is anyone hearing this? Because it's in the cloud. We don't send Greeny Greeny episodes to- How about I turn you into Scrap Metal myself? Quit messing with my flow. Carry on. Now, I'm currently crawling through this tunnel again on the trail of Dr. Mirabel Solstice, who's taken her son, Pen, to some kind of machine they call the bassinet. Which sits right above the water and an electromagnetic anomaly. Right. And while I don't really understand its purpose, I know it has something to do with the way kids get to the school. Like my roommate Remy. I also know it needs two things to work. A baby and a battery. I'm pretty sure Pen's the baby, but the battery is still a mystery. We are almost at the end of the tunnel. Okay. Looks like the door is open to the room where I found the bassinet. I see Dr. Solstice and Pen and- Gotcha! Oh! Okay, we're here. You can open your eyes, Casey. We're on the ground. Well, the roof of Holiday Court. Good idea tying that hammock between the two hoverboards so Casey could ride, Bruce. Yeah, thanks for the super relaxing hammock ride. Hundreds of feet in the air! Ivan, you there? We're on the roof. Is it safe to come inside? Before we go inside, remember, the longer we stay, the more likely we'll be discovered. So we get in quick and get out quicker. We split up, right? Yeah. Everyone grab whatever you think might be helpful. Laptops, documents, research we don't want falling into the wrong hands. I need something from R &D. A side project I'm working on. I'll take Bruce to the workshop. Casey, stick with me. We'll handle the labs. Let's meet back up here in 30 minutes. Let's do it, B-Squad. Sorry, you good? Yep. Good luck, everyone.

A highlight from S3 E42: Time for the Baby, the Bassinetand the Battery

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03:26 min | Last month

A highlight from S3 E42: Time for the Baby, the Bassinetand the Battery

"There are kids in this world who are different, special, they go to school in a place you can't afford. I need you to record this, ok? Record it? For what? For just in case. In case what, Brinley? Just record, ok? Recording. Uh, hey, Brinsters or whoever is listening to this, it's me coming to you from the basement of Elixir Academy. I guess if you're hearing this it means I didn't make it out safely. Maybe I've been captured. Maybe I'm gone. A horrible thought for the future of mankind. I know. Nonetheless the truth must get out. Wait, if you're dead then that means I've probably been turned into Scrap Metal 2. So how is anyone hearing this? Because it's in the cloud. We don't send Greeny Greeny episodes to - How about I turn you into Scrap Metal myself? Quit messing with my flow. Carry on. Now, I'm currently crawling through this tunnel again on the trail of Dr. Mirabel Solstice, who's taken her son, Pen, to some kind of machine they call the bassinet. Which sits right above the water and an electromagnetic anomaly. Right. And while I don't really understand its purpose, I know it has something to do with the way kids get to the school. Like my roommate Remy. I also know it needs two things to work. A baby and a battery. I'm pretty sure Pen's the baby, but the battery is still a mystery. We are almost at the end of the tunnel. Okay. Looks like the door is open to the room where I found the bassinet. I see Dr. Solstice and Pen and - Gotcha! Oh! Okay, we're here. You can open your eyes, Casey. We're on the ground. Well, the roof of Holiday Court. Good idea tying that hammock between the two hoverboards so Casey could ride, Bruce. Yeah, thanks for the super relaxing hammock ride. Hundreds of feet in the air! Ivan, you there? We're on the roof. Is it safe to come inside? Before we go inside, remember, the longer we stay, the more likely we'll be discovered. So we get in quick and get out quicker. We split up, right? Yeah. Everyone grab whatever you think might be helpful. Laptops, documents, research we don't want falling into the wrong hands. I need something from R &D. A side project I'm working on. I'll take Bruce to the workshop. Casey, stick with me. We'll handle the labs. Let's meet back up here in 30 minutes. Let's do it, B -Squad. Sorry, you good? Yep. Good luck, everyone.

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01:32 min | 2 months ago

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"Still think Mom sent those child catchers to help that escape. We have to figure out who did. Yeah. Whoa. Sorry, that's a lot of reporters. Bird, stay in the car. Did that van just block us in? We're surrounded. Hey you, get away from the car. Bird, we have to get out of here. What the hell? We're boxed in. We're just going to have to make a run for it. Run where? Go towards the woods. We'll call for backup. Okay. On three. One, two, run.

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05:01 min | 2 months ago

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"Boombox, looking up at the stars and begging whoever might be listening for a win. Anything to give me some encouragement. Prove to me that my quest wasn't totally pointless. And then, that very night, I got a big dose of hope. You did? What happened? You arrived on the island. Me? You. You're the reason I didn't give up, Renly. You're my inspiration. Hearing what you've been through, how time and time again you've chosen to fight, even when it put you at risk, you're the bravest person I've ever met. Wow, I don't know what to say. You don't have to say anything. I don't mean to put you on the spot. I know your heart is with Cyrus. Oh, I... But I do want to repay you for all you've done for me. So if there's some way I can get you to not give up on your dreams, please let me do that. If there are answers you still need to find here at Elixir Academy, I'll move heaven and earth or fake rocks and prickly underbrush to help you. I don't think I've ever been called someone's inspiration before. At least not to my face. Thank you, Jude. You're very welcome. And I'm so glad you're going to take me up on my offer. Oh, but I'm not. I mean, I appreciate everything you said to me, but after today, I'm done here. I'm going back to Juno to confront Casey and take my life back. James. Fancy meeting you here, Dr. Anders. I'm sorry to have kept you waiting. We had an incident outside the courtroom I had to deal with. I hope nothing's serious, Bailiff. Nothing you need to worry about. But there isn't much time before court is in session. We understand. Is it okay if we - Hug? I'm not going to stop you. Thank you. It's going to be okay, Monica. You've lost weight. I can tell. I've been doing that jailhouse workout. Lots of pushups. Feel those muscles? Let me see. Oh, yeah, there's one. Hey. James, am I a coward? What? How could you even ask that? Birdie called me out because I wouldn't let her take the fall for you. Because you're the one who sprung Magnus to save Sai. Well, I was just conducting failed experiment after failed experiment. Monica, look at me. The reason this works, the reason any of this works with our family is because of you. Because you never gave up on holiday or Cyrus or me. Okay, so maybe you're not the one to bust into a maximum security prison. But without you, we'd all be lost. You are the anchor and the glue and about 10 other metaphors I can't think of right now. You are brave and strong. You are my hero. I used to be Birdie's hero, too. You still are. She's just a teenager. But listen, we don't have a lot of time. If I'm found guilty, there's no cavalry coming to save me. No one showing up in a... Helicopter? Uh, yeah. It sounds really close. James, did you... Call a helicopter to rescue me from the courthouse? I'm sorry to say I had nothing to do with this. Whatever this is... It's getting so close. It sounds like they're going to crash into the building. Move away from the window! Take cover! James, who is that coming through the windows? Saving the propeller from the ceiling. Mr. Andrews! Dr. Andrews, get behind me! Stay back! All of you! Baylor, can you hear me? Stay away from my wife! We aren't here to hurt you, Mr. Andrews. We're here to take you with us. You and Dr. Andrews. James, they're uniforms. Do you realize who they are? Childcatchers. Hey, now that you've listened to this week's episodes, head on over to the GCM Rewind feed to hear me and the creators talk about the latest episodes with special guests, including cast members and superfans.

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06:53 min | 2 months ago

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"There are kids in this world who are different, special, they go to school in a place you I want answers Delphine. You're here for revenge, aren't you? Hear what happened to Dr. Whittier? Can someone please help me? This child is assaulting me. She has me mistaken for someone else. Tell me what you want, you robotic freak. Hey, let me go! Get off that woman. She's not some woman. I can't tell you what she is. Let me help you up, ma 'am. Ma 'am? I'm telling you, that isn't a person. It's a household appliance. Thank you, officer. This girl is clearly in need of help. Are you getting all of this on camera, Vinnie? I am, Jezebel. Every last second. Jezebel Harrington from the Juneau Courthouse, where Bertie Anders has had enough. I'll be happy to talk right into your stupid camera. In fact, I'll talk to all the press people here. This is Delphine, a robot built by a dead guy. They live together in a haunted house in New Orleans. Well, technically a haunted house inside a house. But anyway, go back to Thornton Rust, you deranged hunk of wires. Bertie, what's going on? I could hear you all the way down the hall. That's the point, Cyrus. I got Delphine. All right. Break it up, everyone. You're coming with me, kid. I'm not going anywhere. I need answers. Please don't do this to my sister, officer. She attacked that lady right in the middle of the hallway. I get it, Charlie, but this young woman's father is about to have his hearing. I'm the bailiff for this courtroom. I'll handle it. You sure? Yeah. Okay. Have fun. Thank you, Bailiff. My daughter was sick. It was a treatment from Holiday Corp that saved her. I need to go get your dad. Head into the courtroom, okay? Bertie. Save it, Cy. I know what you're going to say. I messed up. I was going to say, where did Delphine go? Just need to move these palm fronds. Well, will you look at that? You have a hidden rowboat? Appears that way. Cybot, do you notice anything strange about where we are in this cove? I don't detect any cameras or wireless signals. No cameras? It's the one and only truly private place on the island. I can't believe you had a boat and you're just now telling me. Well, it's not as if it can get us back to the mainland. We'd be spotted as soon as we got into open water. Oh, great. So we'd just trigger a triple secret lockdown from the triple secret headmaster. However, there is something I need to share with you. And I need to be sure your memory is intact when I do. You want me to get in the rowboat? No pressure, but they will come looking for us soon. That is the very definition of pressure. I guess if you were going to feed me to the gators, you would have done it already. But you do the rowing. Deal. Hold up, pull the boat over by these rocks. What is it, Renly? It's a piece of hoverboard. Hoverboard? Badger and Bruce. Your brothers? They were here. They must have crashed on these rocks. But I heard Bruce's voice on the phone, so... Renly, are you all right? I'm just frustrated and way over it. I used to be really good at solving mysteries, but ever since I came to Elixir Academy, it's been one dead end after another. And the fact that half the time I can barely remember where my dorm room is doesn't help. If I could just get one win... I'm sorry, Renly. What are you sorry for? For not telling you the truth sooner. About the robo? About everything. You see, I'm not like the other kids in the school. I've noticed. No, I mean, I remember. You remember where you came from? Who you are? All of it. But you said... It's been an act. But I know I can trust you. I don't understand. Why? Who are you? I'm just... Me. I grew up in a tiny town in the British countryside. We were so isolated from the rest of the world, it might as well have been another century. But from the time I was young, I was fascinated by science. And especially by the mysteries we can't explain in human biology. Why there are people in this world who are... Different? Special? Precisely. I followed up on every rumor I heard. And I started to see patterns. Kids with incredible abilities who could run fast or turn invisible or fly on hoverboards. And then I stumbled upon something else. A school you couldn't find on a map. The whispers were no one knew who went there or where the students came from. So you applied to the Elixir Academy? You really think this place takes applications? No, I don't. When I turned 15, I left home, stowed away aboard a boat with several boats, and one day showed up on Elixir Key and pretended I didn't know how I got there. But why? At first, curiosity. Research. And then, once I met people like Pan and Mila and even Casey, I just wanted to help. To figure out what happened to them so that I could... Save them. You make it sound more heroic than it was. But no matter how close I got, even after earning the trust of Doctor Solstice, I could never break through. I remember sitting on the beach one night

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01:34 min | 2 months ago

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"Hey Prime members, listen to 6 Minutes ad -free on Amazon Music. Download the app today. There are kids in this world who are different. Special. They go to school in a place you can't find on a map. And they're about to get a new classmate. Hello? Dr. Monica Anders' phone. Hello? Who the heck is this? This is Dr. Anders' assistant. How may I help you? Her assistant. That's right. How may I help you? Who is it, Casey? Nothing urgent, Dr. Anders. I'll take a message. It's very

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05:43 min | 2 months ago

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"Members, listen to 6 Minutes ad -free on Amazon Music. Download the app today. There are kids in this world who are different. Special. They go to school in a place you can't find on a map. And they're about to get a new classmate. I must be like 5 years old in that picture. I think this was my mom's journal. Jude, what if this can tell me why she abandoned our family? And what happened to her after she left? I have to admit, I'm a little lost, Brynley. I haven't heard you talk much about your mom. I guess it's the one part of my story I've kept to myself. Do you feel comfortable sharing it now? I mean, not totally. But... When I was 6, my mom went on a business trip and... That was it. I never saw her again. She never came back? No. She just... decided to leave? Far as I know. I never really got an official explanation. That's terrible. I'm so sorry. Eh, is what it is. I like to think I wouldn't be the independent, brilliant, fearless woman who stands before you today were it not for her taking off when she did. Mostly fearless. You are afraid of alligators. Who asked you, Cybot? Sorry, I am a robot. Being literal is my jam. Well, you're being literally annoying. So, you never heard from your mother again after that day? Not until a few weeks ago when Cyrus was brought back to Juno. I was in his lab and... she called. She called you? Out of the blue, that's bizarre. That's one word for it. What did she say? The connection was... complicated. But she warned me to stay far away from this school. She mentioned Elixir Academy. Obviously, I didn't listen to the warning. I rarely listen to warnings. Well, I noticed. What else did your mother say? Oh, you know. Well, I don't, actually. It's just... when I think about it, it's so... wrong. It's okay, Brindley. Whatever it is, I won't judge. She asked me how old I was. Can you believe that? My own mother doesn't even remember what year I was born. What could she have been doing all this time to make her forget when she gave birth to her only daughter? How is this even my life? In my efforts to get off this stupid, fake, stupid island so I can go home to Cyrus, I wind up stranded in an underwater grotto during a hurricane, come across a locker full of backpacks, and, oh yeah, one of them just happens to belong to my mom, who I haven't seen since before I knew how to read. Well, technically, that's not true. I was reading at three, but you get my point. It's hard to wrap one's head around it. It's twisted, is what it is. From the sound of this journal, she came here looking for a job? Because she found out something about the island? Maybe there's more to the story. I think you need to read the rest of that journal. Yeah. Wait, do you hear that? Someone else is down here. We need to hide. Come on. Wait, the backpacks. Hide them behind this rock. Okay, done. What about me? I've got Cybot. Now duck into the crevice. Hurry! Let's make this quick, Kazu. Are you clear on what to do? Look at all these leaks on the ceiling. This isn't good, Dr. Solskys. I see the leaks. There's a hurricane going on up there. But I need you to focus on the bassinet so we can get out of here. The bassinet? That's the creepy machine we found in the basement. Bring him over. They have pen with them. Yes, be close. Once that's done, it's showtime. Get off me! Get off me! Be quiet. Die, blind freak! What was that? Who's down here? The storm's picking up, doctor, and the power is starting to short out. We have to get out of here. Not until I find out who else is in this cave. The ceiling! It's coming down! Access, please, Ivan. Casey Holiday. Access denied. As decreed by Queen Birdie Anders. Birdie. Right. Almost forgot. Uh, listen, Ivan. I was told to tell you... Cookies and cream. Access granted. It actually worked. Pleasure doing business with you, I've... Any time. Any change in Bruce's condition?

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08:08 min | 3 months ago

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"Are kids in this world who are different. Special. They go to school in a place you can't find on a map. And they're about to get a new classmate. Anders, you've got another visitor. Really? This late? Guess you've got friends in high places. Well, I mean, my teenage daughter does own a multinational corporation. Uh -huh. This way prisoner. Have a seat. Your visitor is on her way. Monica? Hello. Did they send you to the wrong prisoner? No. I'm here to see you, Mr. Anders. I'm sorry. Do I know you? My name is Casey. And it's an honor to finally meet you. Thank you, Jude, for staying with me. To be honest, I wasn't thrilled with the idea of jumping back into the water. I hope Ben and Remi are alright. Yeah. Was I too hard on the kid? No. Well, perhaps. But I understand. I mean, I don't understand why his presence would cause your memory to slip away, but... I hope they're okay too. I suppose, since we're down here, we should keep looking for this interdimensional passageway. It sounds very serious when you say it. You don't think it's serious? The kids at this school might have arrived from a different universe. No, it's just... maybe I want to believe anything other than the truth. About Cyrus. My mother. You're very brave to have come here. And even braver to have decided to stay. You were nearly kidnapped, eaten by an alligator. You had to sleep in the same room as Casey. That was the scariest of all. Point is, you stuck it out. And now I couldn't leave even if I wanted to. So you might as well find the answers you seek. It seems like every road I've gone down since I arrived at Elixir has just led to more questions. Like, remember those creeps on the boat who kidnapped me and Casey? What do they even want from us? And where did they disappear to? I guess that's what we're trying to figure out. What if what we're trying to figure out is just a big fat distraction staged by Dr. Solstice? Or our elusive Headmaster? For what reason? So we don't actually figure out anything. Alright, I now understand water torture. The dripping has not stopped since we got here. Hmmm... What? Nothing. That grunt wasn't a nothing grunt. That was a... I don't like this grunt. I'm sure it's no big deal. What is no big deal? It's just... the water dripping from the ceiling seems to be forming cracks up there. Cracks like... it could crack and come down on our heads? Perhaps we should think about following Pen and Remy's lead and head up to the surface? There's a wall coming down! We're getting locked in! I'm your wife's new assistant. You're the new Brinley, but named Casey. Well... Sorry, I didn't mean it to be insulting, I just meant... I understand. Seems like this Brinley left an impact on a lot of people. Yeah. So, what brings you down here to my current place of residence, Casey? Did Monica send you? No, I came here on my own. Okay... I'm not sure if anyone told you, but that woman who tried to hurt Cyrus? The one in the hoodie? What about her? Well, on the day I came to Holiday Corp for my job interview with Dr. Anders, that woman ran me over in the stairwell. I'm sorry, did you get a look at her face? Not at the time. At least I didn't think so. I'm not sure I understand. I thought about telling this to Dr. Anders, or Birdie, or Cyrus, but they're all so busy and... I know you were leading that investigation, so... What is it, Casey? I've been having these nightmares, Mr. Anders. That woman pops up out of nowhere, runs me down. Sounds like you're reliving a traumatic moment, and it's stuck in your head. Yeah, well... The last time it happened, I decided to try to sketch her face. I thought maybe it would help. Did it? Did you remember something? Maybe... I'm not the greatest artist in the world, but... There's a compartment to slide it through. You can put it in there. Here you go. This is the face I saw in my dreams. Casey, I know who this is. Guard! Guard! I need to call my wife! Keep it down, Anders. It's an emergency. I need to make a call. No more calls tonight. You're going back to your cell. Please, it's important. I don't care. Casey, get this picture to Monica. Hey, get your hands off me! She'll know what to do! Show it to Monica! I just might. And thank you for your fingerprint. Hello? Is anyone there? Hello? Maybe there's something down here that... Huh. Brinley? What are you doing? Those backpacks Pen found down here in the caverns. Maybe there's something that can help us. Good idea. Who do you think left all this stuff behind? The backpacks? The books? I don't know. It was a surprise to me that any of this was down here. But you have a theory. You always have a theory. I suppose. We've been focusing on the possibility of people coming through from other dimensions. Yeah? What about the other direction? You mean people going from our world to others? You said it yourself. Yes, kids show up here sometimes, but sometimes they also disappear. Like Casey and her old roommate. For example? But if that were true, then... Brinley, what is it? This backpack. There's a journal in it. Whose journal? I have a new lead on the gate. It's on an island off the Florida Keys. Check, partner. Someone investigating! There's more. I'm applying for the job as assistant headmaster at the Elixir Academy. If I can get myself hired, I'll have unlimited access to the campus. Plenty of time to figure out what's happening there. Assistant headmaster? Is this Dr. Solstice's journal? How did this get in here? An old family photo. Is Dr. Solstice in it? No. But I am. What? The picture. That's my dad, my mom, and the little girl? That's me!

Time for a Refresher Course in Brynleigh's History

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08:08 min | 3 months ago

Time for a Refresher Course in Brynleigh's History

"Are kids in this world who are different. Special. They go to school in a place you can't find on a map. And they're about to get a new classmate. Anders, you've got another visitor. Really? This late? Guess you've got friends in high places. Well, I mean, my teenage daughter does own a multinational corporation. Uh -huh. This way prisoner. Have a seat. Your visitor is on her way. Monica? Hello. Did they send you to the wrong prisoner? No. I'm here to see you, Mr. Anders. I'm sorry. Do I know you? My name is Casey. And it's an honor to finally meet you. Thank you, Jude, for staying with me. To be honest, I wasn't thrilled with the idea of jumping back into the water. I hope Ben and Remi are alright. Yeah. Was I too hard on the kid? No. Well, perhaps. But I understand. I mean, I don't understand why his presence would cause your memory to slip away, but... I hope they're okay too. I suppose, since we're down here, we should keep looking for this interdimensional passageway. It sounds very serious when you say it. You don't think it's serious? The kids at this school might have arrived from a different universe. No, it's just... maybe I want to believe anything other than the truth. About Cyrus. My mother. You're very brave to have come here. And even braver to have decided to stay. You were nearly kidnapped, eaten by an alligator. You had to sleep in the same room as Casey. That was the scariest of all. Point is, you stuck it out. And now I couldn't leave even if I wanted to. So you might as well find the answers you seek. It seems like every road I've gone down since I arrived at Elixir has just led to more questions. Like, remember those creeps on the boat who kidnapped me and Casey? What do they even want from us? And where did they disappear to? I guess that's what we're trying to figure out. What if what we're trying to figure out is just a big fat distraction staged by Dr. Solstice? Or our elusive Headmaster? For what reason? So we don't actually figure out anything. Alright, I now understand water torture. The dripping has not stopped since we got here. Hmmm... What? Nothing. That grunt wasn't a nothing grunt. That was a... I don't like this grunt. I'm sure it's no big deal. What is no big deal? It's just... the water dripping from the ceiling seems to be forming cracks up there. Cracks like... it could crack and come down on our heads? Perhaps we should think about following Pen and Remy's lead and head up to the surface? There's a wall coming down! We're getting locked in! I'm your wife's new assistant. You're the new Brinley, but named Casey. Well... Sorry, I didn't mean it to be insulting, I just meant... I understand. Seems like this Brinley left an impact on a lot of people. Yeah. So, what brings you down here to my current place of residence, Casey? Did Monica send you? No, I came here on my own. Okay... I'm not sure if anyone told you, but that woman who tried to hurt Cyrus? The one in the hoodie? What about her? Well, on the day I came to Holiday Corp for my job interview with Dr. Anders, that woman ran me over in the stairwell. I'm sorry, did you get a look at her face? Not at the time. At least I didn't think so. I'm not sure I understand. I thought about telling this to Dr. Anders, or Birdie, or Cyrus, but they're all so busy and... I know you were leading that investigation, so... What is it, Casey? I've been having these nightmares, Mr. Anders. That woman pops up out of nowhere, runs me down. Sounds like you're reliving a traumatic moment, and it's stuck in your head. Yeah, well... The last time it happened, I decided to try to sketch her face. I thought maybe it would help. Did it? Did you remember something? Maybe... I'm not the greatest artist in the world, but... There's a compartment to slide it through. You can put it in there. Here you go. This is the face I saw in my dreams. Casey, I know who this is. Guard! Guard! I need to call my wife! Keep it down, Anders. It's an emergency. I need to make a call. No more calls tonight. You're going back to your cell. Please, it's important. I don't care. Casey, get this picture to Monica. Hey, get your hands off me! She'll know what to do! Show it to Monica! I just might. And thank you for your fingerprint. Hello? Is anyone there? Hello? Maybe there's something down here that... Huh. Brinley? What are you doing? Those backpacks Pen found down here in the caverns. Maybe there's something that can help us. Good idea. Who do you think left all this stuff behind? The backpacks? The books? I don't know. It was a surprise to me that any of this was down here. But you have a theory. You always have a theory. I suppose. We've been focusing on the possibility of people coming through from other dimensions. Yeah? What about the other direction? You mean people going from our world to others? You said it yourself. Yes, kids show up here sometimes, but sometimes they also disappear. Like Casey and her old roommate. For example? But if that were true, then... Brinley, what is it? This backpack. There's a journal in it. Whose journal? I have a new lead on the gate. It's on an island off the Florida Keys. Check, partner. Someone investigating! There's more. I'm applying for the job as assistant headmaster at the Elixir Academy. If I can get myself hired, I'll have unlimited access to the campus. Plenty of time to figure out what's happening there. Assistant headmaster? Is this Dr. Solstice's journal? How did this get in here? An old family photo. Is Dr. Solstice in it? No. But I am. What? The picture. That's my dad, my mom, and the little girl? That's me!

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03:22 min | 3 months ago

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"Is a robot! That robot is a guy! I'm right, right? I mean, we don't like to use that word. Can I...? Don't touch him! How did you get in here? Ivan let me in? I work here, remember? What does Holiday Corp do? Ivan, Casey, Holiday is no longer allowed access to this room. Casey Holiday. Holiday's access revoked. What did I do? Out now before Ivan gets handsy. Okay, okay.

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06:55 min | 3 months ago

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"I don't feel so good. What's wrong? My head. It's woozy. I think we need to keep moving. Her memory loss is getting worse. What should we do? The blueprints! There, Pen! Go over to that wall of rocks covered in algae. According to the blueprints, it's actually a utility closet. See if you can find a first aid kit. The rocks are a closet? Where the heck are we? Exactly! Pen, go! On it! How are you doing, Brinley? Um, actually, I think I'm starting to feel better. Maybe. That didn't sound convincing. I'm okay, Jude. You know my name? And why we're... wherever we are? We're looking for some kind of interdimensional hoo -ha in a hurricane, which was a questionable choice for sure. That's right! Hey guys, look what I've found! There were a bunch of backpacks in there. Great! There has to be something in there to help you, Brinley. I'm sorry. To help who? You. You're Brinley. Who would name their kid that? Now she doesn't even know her own name? Brinley, it's us. Jude, Remy, and Pen. We're trying to help you. Don't touch me! I don't know you! Any of you! But you just remembered everything a second ago. Wait. Do you know who you are? I... I'm... No. Who... Who am I? What's doing this to her? Whatever it is, it's progressing quickly. I'm afraid we can't stop it. Now Queen entering Birdie Anders. Have you been home at all, Badge? I was on my way out, but I couldn't leave without trying to reboot Bruce one more time. You need a break. Actually, I don't. Also, the house is kind of empty till my dad gets back. So come stay with us. Cyrus is still recovering, and Holiday's on our mission, and Dad's still in the slammer. We have space. I wouldn't mind the company either. Thanks, Bird. But resetting Bruce is taking longer than I thought. What's the holdup? Have you ever seen your dad help Cyrus tie a tie? Sure. He can't tie it on Cyrus, though. He has to put it over his own head, and then tie it on himself first. Exactly. Fixing Bruce is kind of like that. Except instead of tying a knot, it's, you know, everything. What are you working on now? Trying to make sure when Bruce's brain tells his left hand to do something, his right hand doesn't get the signal. Are you seeing anything sus? Don't worry. No sign of Evil Adam. Just store model, unaffected, ground floor Bruce. Cool. Cool. So... I really wish I didn't have to ask you this. I'm sure. But, with Dad in the slammer, and his hearing coming up next week, I really think someone else should be the fingerprint access person. Maybe we go visit Dad and switch the fail safe. Casey Holiday entering the workroom. Holiday? Birdie. Badger. Is Dr. Anders in here? I have some things to go over with - That boy is in... pieces? Oh, it's not what it looks like. Bruce? A robot? Oh, uh... Okay, it's exactly what it looks like. I'm gonna go start up ahead. Be right back. I'll come with you. What's happening to me, Jude? I don't know. Wait! You remember my name again! Why wouldn't I? Astounding. What is triggering this? Looks like there's storage room ahead. Who are you? Where did you come from? She doesn't remember... again? No. That can't be. Hey, Brinley. That's you. What are your brother's names? I have brothers? Right. Remi, take Penn back by the rocks for a moment. Okay... What are we doing? Brinley, what are your brother's names? I don't... Oh, wait! Bruce and Patrick! Penn! Come back! For anyone who cares, running in a wetsuit is not as easy as it looks. One more time, Brinley. Your brother's names. I just told you, their names are... Wait, I... I don't know. It's Penn! What's Penn? I can't believe I didn't see it sooner. See what? Penn is causing your memory loss? No, I... You were there! Huh? When your mom pulled me from the water, you were there! Wait, this can't be true. Stay back, Penn. Right where you are. Forgetting. It only happens when I'm around you? No, I... You're trying to erase my memory? Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa! Brinley, it's Penn! We don't need to hurt him. We just need to understand. Oh, I understand too. I understand completely. Did your evil mother put you up to this? Huh? What's your endgame here? I promise, I didn't... The door... What is happening? Hey, now that you've listened to this week's episodes, head on over to the GZM Rewind feed to hear me and the creators talk about the latest episodes with special guests including cast members and superfans. Shh, it's starting. GZM shows. Imagination amplified. Hey Prime members, you can listen to 6 Minutes Out of Time early and ad -free on Amazon Music. Download the Amazon Music app today. Or you can listen early and ad -free with Wondery Plus Kids and Apple Podcasts. And grownups, before you go, tell us about yourself by completing a short survey at Wondery .com slash survey.

"six minutes" Discussed on Six Minutes

Six Minutes

12:14 min | 3 months ago

"six minutes" Discussed on Six Minutes

"You know me. We're friends. You came here tonight to find me and ask for help. You're lying. It's not Brinley. Nope. It's the truth. Huh? Jude and Remy. Remember Brinley? She doesn't remember. Yeah. Got that. Pen, is that an elevator under the tree? It is. Whoa. Cue the mysterious music. What does that mean? It's a meta thing. Like if we were in a TV show or podcast. Never mind. How long has she been like this, Cybot? Since we arrived at Pen's window. I sent my mom a text that I was going to sleep. But we gotta go. Now or never. I don't like this. And I'm not sure I like any of you. First of all, everyone likes me. You are very likable, Remy. Thank you, Cybot. Brinley, you may not remember me right now, but I know you. Kinda. And I know there are mysteries on this island that are important to you. You're going to want to find out what's down there. You must feel that, right? Even if your brain is all blech. Yes, yes I do, girl. It's a mystery and I, Brinley A... Brinley have to solve it. So, let's go. People, into the mysterious elevator under the tree. Does anyone know where we're headed? Uh... That's a big no. Have a seat. I'll be in momentarily. Thank you, officer. This Here. is... cozy. Dad. Pick up the phone. Huh? Oh, right. Hey, Dad. Long time no see. Cyrus, I can't believe you're here. And you're so... Tall, I know. Gotcha by a couple inches now, I think. How did you... I don't know. Coma growing, I guess? Coma growing? I'm sorry you're in here because of me. I... Stop. We're not doing that, son. This is just a father and his enormous child sharing a nice moment, catching up. Catching up. Right. You look good. Yeah? I mean, short, but... I can't believe I'm going to have to be hearing short jokes for the rest of my life. Get used to it. Have you figured out who that person was? The one who... injected you? No. Security is on the case, though. How's your mother doing? Well, she got a little emotional when she found out she may have missed two years of my life. I'll bet she did. But, you know, Mom... I sure do. Thank you, Dad, for everything you've done for me. I'm really lucky to have you. Are you kidding me? I'm the lucky one. You should see me bragging about my boy and every guy on Cell Block D. How does that go over? Oh, just swell. Great bunch of guys. I hope you get to come home soon, Dad. Me too, son. Are you alright? Yeah. I mean, I'm worried about Brinley and Badger and Bruce, but... Why do you ask? No reason. I just... What is it, Dad? No, you just seem... I guess... But I was gonna say... Different. Is it just me, or is it kinda tense at this little elevator? It's not just you, Sibes. Thanks, Remy. Look on the wall. Are those blueprints? Blueprints of the island. It looks like building designs. But that would mean... It's all man -made. All? The rocks, but the sand? The moss in the tunnel. Are you saying someone created all of it? Why? What's down here? Brinley, be careful. Whoa. Subterranean cave. Is this all... Like the people that swam me to the surface were wearing. What are you doing, Brinley? Oh, you know... Thought I'd go for a nighttime swim. In a hurricane? Do you even know how to scuba? I mean, I don't remember, but... According to the database of PADI, the Professional Association of Diving Instructors, Brinley A. Pasternak of Juneau, Alaska, was scuba certified in 2021. What do you know? I'm certified. Are you sure that didn't say certifiable? Ha ha, very funny. Whoever you are. That suit is... Snug. Brinley, do you even know why you're doing this? Um... Little robot? Saibot. Plane recording. Real memory, I guess. Being pulled out of the water. That's me. You recorded me, Saibot? I remember being underwater in the dark, and then there was this roar, and a bright light, and then there were hands pulling me up, swimming me to the surface. If there's some kind of passageway to another dimension, and Cyrus came through it, I need to know. Thanks, me. Okay, little robot, into this waterproof pouch. Looks like that's the way back into the water. Wish me luck! Brinley! Casey, you waited out here? Hey, Cyrus. No, but I heard your car was headed back, so I figured I'd meet you. In case you needed to go back in via trash bin. I think I'm good, but I appreciate the offer. You went to visit your

"six minutes" Discussed on Six Minutes

Six Minutes

01:33 min | 3 months ago

"six minutes" Discussed on Six Minutes

"Ex -girlfriend's mother. Can I ask why? Because I think Brinley's in danger, and Cadence may be the only one who can help her. Brinley, from the photo. That was our homecoming dance. How normal. Nice dress, though. So how does this phone thingy work? Simple. I just... Hey, don't touch anything. Sorry. Is it supposed to do that? It is. Huh. Hello? Cadence, can you hear me? Hello? Are you sure it's working? That doesn't look good. No, I... It's not supposed to do that. Cadence? Are you there? What's happening? Cadence?

"six minutes" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"six minutes" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Available to all fully vaccinated Americans in about a week about an expert review by international scientists, including Some of the World Health Organization and the FDA say we may not need them. The review published in the Lancet found vaccines remain highly effective against severe disease, including from the delta variant and other main variants. The first trial in the college admissions bribery scandal is open, with defense attorney seeking to portray the two parents accused of buying their kids way into schools. As victims of a con man who believe their payments were legitimate donations in the first trial in the so called Operation Varsity Blues cases getting underway in Boston Federal court more than two years after prosecutors Arrested 50 parents, athletic coaches and others in a scheme that embroiled elite universities across the country. Louisiana man who is the oldest living World War two veteran in the U. S, has marked his 112th birthday, Lawrence Brooks celebrated Sunday with a drive by party at his New Orleans home. Born in Norwood in 19. Oh, nine. Brooks has lived in New Orleans since 1929. He was a private in an army unit that was stationed in New Guinea and the Philippines and built infrastructure, including bridges, roads and airstrips. He's one of those guys where you fill out like an application of some kind. You can't just put the year you were born two digits. You can just put 09 because he was 19. Oh, nine. Believable, Amazing. Thanks, Jen. Six minutes in front of the hour. I'm looking forward to a played it with my granddaughter. I can't wait.

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The Chester A. Poling

Scuba Shack Radio

07:32 min | 2 years ago

The Chester A. Poling

"Today. I'm going to do something a little different for this installment of your next dive normally tried to take you to a dive destination where we talk about the trip from a number of different perspectives. The travel the lodging the dive operator. Oh yeah the diving. Now we've been around the world. But today i'm going to focus on one particular dive that is almost in our backyard. It is one of the most iconic dives here in new england and that is the wreck of the chester. Polling off gloucester mass. The chester polling was a coastal tanker. That sank in a brutal storm on january tenth. Nineteen seventy seven. The tanker had just left everett massachusetts and was bound for newington new hampshire. That information is pretty consistent in the research but there is other conflicting information about where she had been. And what cargo she delivered for example some documentation said she had previously delivered kerosene to new jersey while others indicated that the heating oil was delivered to everett mass. I would suspect that delivery to everett mass to be more likely always interesting when you Doing research to get this type of inconsistency now the chester polling was bill in nineteen thirty four at mariners harbor new york by united dry docks incorporated it was originally in the plattsburgh sacconi somewhere along the line at also known as the mobile albany before getting renamed as the chester polling at the time of its sinking it was owned by the motor vessel polling brothers and that was number one inc. I wasn't able to find who was actually named after but obviously some member of the family. So that's a little bit of history about the ship now on january tenth. Nineteen seventy seven capital captain. Bert charles burgess was in command. The forecast for that day was for thirty five mile an hour winds along with fifteen to twenty foot seas. the chester polling chester. A polling left. Everett are left everett at six thirty. A m well as we all know. Forecast can be wrong. The winds built up to fifty miles per hour and to seize goddess highs. Thirty feet facing the mounting sees captain. Burge's tried to get more stability by adding more ballast but at ten thirty a m a thirty foot waves smashed into the tanker and broke it in half the captain called for abandoning the ship. Six of the seven members of the crew were saved. I believe it was the cook jail. Derosa from providence rhode island who perished the sir. The stern section of the chester polling came to rest off easter point gloucester originally in about seventy five feet of water with the bow section sinking about four miles off of eastern point in about one hundred ninety feet of water subsequent winter. Storms move the stern section to its present location about eight hundred yards off of eastern point about ninety five feet of water. I think the bottom might be a little bit deeper than that. However the stern section of the chester polling is what some folks call hollywood wreck sitting upright and is probably the most popular wreck dive off. Cape ann as that areas known. Now i- i dove the chester polling way back in july two thousand and five. It was my fortieth dive and a double dip on. The polling was part of my advanced open water class. These dyes would constitute my deep and wreck advanced. Open water dives. At that time. I was still diving in a seven. Millimeter wetsuit with the appropriate gloves and hood. I use the standard aluminum. Eighty tank with nighthawks. Thirty two. I can still remember the anxiety that had doing. The first real wreck dive in the northeast but once in the water what an amazing dive the visibility that day was thirty feet and my max step was at eighty five. Even though it was july the water temperature on iraq was fifty degrees. It was incredible to move along the deck and reach the mid mid ship section where. The tanker broken half absolutely mesmerizing but with an aluminum. Eighty you don't get much bottom time and after about fifteen minutes we headed back to the up line and after are appropriate safety. Stop we climb back aboard the boat and got ready to do it again. Total dive time was twenty six minutes the second dive that day was just as spectacular and pretty much the same profile. Let me just say in a wetsuit. It can get pretty chilly. I didn't go back to the chester polling until august. Two thousand nine and that was my last trip there. It was my two hundred and forty ninth dive but this time i did it in a dry suit and hope to get some good video of iraq. I still dove aluminum. Eighty the dive was just as i remembered and just as exciting visibility again was thirty feet. And my max. Depth was eighty two with and the bottom temperature. That day was forty eight degrees still very cold but so much better in a dry suit again however with an aluminum eighty. You just. Don't get much bottom time especially if your task loading like shooting video so my recommendation is that if you are planning to die the polling you might want to consider a little bit bigger tank something like a steal one hundred or going to doubles. I know that i wouldn't consider going back with anything less than a steel one hundred tank. How do you get to the chester polling back. Then we use cape and divers but they closed up several years ago and recently the dive boat cape and diver to was purchased by several guys from boston. An air now operating regularly chart regular charters again became an diverse to is a forty five foot. us coastguard registered dive vessel. It is spacious and right now with limited divers on board you get plenty of room to get ready and dive but you don't get a lot of but you don't get a lot of time because you don't have a lot of time to get ready because the is only a few minutes from the dock so be prepared one thing. Different about northeast wreck diving. Is that as a diver. You need to bring all your gear that includes tanks weights everything. It's not like diving at a resort. Don't get caught short by not being prepared with all your own stuff now. Here's an interesting element. That i discovered during my research. It appears that in nineteen sixties. The chester polling was length lengthened. By maybe twenty six or so feet. That doesn't sound like much. But at the time of her sinking her length with two hundred and eighty two feet so that lengthening was about ten percent of the original ship's length could this have been a contributing factor for the ship splitting in half. I wonder so if you happen to be in the area of cape ban in gloucester massachusetts. You might wanna look up cape and diver to and head out for a double dip on the chester a

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Vinicius Leads Real Madrid in 5-2 Win Over Celta

ESPN FC

01:20 min | 2 years ago

Vinicius Leads Real Madrid in 5-2 Win Over Celta

"Row madrid with a smashing performance in the second half a five two victory against the at home first time at the in over eighteen months story of the game cutting bent. He had a hat-trick. Come getting a goal. Six minutes after coming on his debut mini junior goal as well as on the dribs score. Four in the second half to overtake said value. Pablo start with you. What was the difference for elementary in that second half fiend. The quantified third may be saying abou- beneath issues. You know years ago you was a player. Verbally was no an end product. And now you can see can running behind you got. Pay the tripler but composure is ever thing in football. On what dis what makes us different final third. And i think you know. Ben sim always ways. He's the main man for that team. My you know that they will escort goals and it was a good performance. You know defensively. They still quite right. Yeah hopefully they can bring a. I love our mandy batson. I think they will prove those players in in their defense but overdue. I think the quantity across to made different for them.

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'Unity Is Our Greatest Strength': Biden Honors Victims Ahead of 9/11 Anniversary

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

'Unity Is Our Greatest Strength': Biden Honors Victims Ahead of 9/11 Anniversary

"Use. What makes us who we are america at. Its best to me. That's the central lesson of september. Eleventh is set at our most vulnerable the push and pull all that makes us human and the battle for the soul of american unity because our greatest strength he didn't he doesn't mean we have to believe the same thing. We must have a fundamental respected faith in each other and this nation that was part of president biden. Six minutes message to americans tonight ahead of the twentieth anniversary of the terrorist attacks that killed two thousand nine hundred seventy seven people on september eleventh.

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Carli Lloyd Will Retire From U.S. Women’s Soccer Team

ESPN FC

00:53 sec | 2 years ago

Carli Lloyd Will Retire From U.S. Women’s Soccer Team

"Carli lloyd no other way to say it. One of the greatest soccer players in american history announced her retirement yesterday. Now she is going to finish out the nwf sell season. And i believe she has four more friendlies scheduled in the fall for the us women but then that will be that just going through a bit of her resume. I mean it reads like a hall of fame plaque as you would expect hundred hundred twenty eight career international goals most women's national team history for the us She holds the team record for most olympic goals with ten third in team history for women's world cup goals also with ten Karl lloyd todd with me a ham for the most. Us women's national team hat tricks with eight of those metrics by the way occurred within sixteen minutes the first six minutes of the two thousand fifteen world cup final against japan It's as good of a sixteen minute stretches. I think any. Us soccer player has ever

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Clippers Beat Mavs 104-97, Force Game 7 in Another Road Win

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Clippers Beat Mavs 104-97, Force Game 7 in Another Road Win

"Kawhi Leonard tied his playoff career high with forty five points and the clippers forced a game seven with a one oh four ninety seven when it Dallas Leonard scored each street L. eight points including back to back three pointers for ninety eight ninety lead with one forty three remaining the clippers trail for long stretches before going in front for good with six minutes left on a jumper by Paul George who had twenty points and thirteen rebounds Reggie Jackson scored fourteen of his twenty five points in the first quarter to help L. A. stay close look at dodges scored twenty nine points but was just two of nine from three point range game seven Sunday in Los Angeles on the ferry

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Predators Beat Hurricanes 4-3 in Double OT Again to Tie Series at 2-2

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

Predators Beat Hurricanes 4-3 in Double OT Again to Tie Series at 2-2

"For the second game in a row the Nashville predators beat the heavily favored Carolina hurricanes in double overtime this time for three prints when lieutenant started things off as far less than a minute into the contest and he ended things posting his fourth career playoff goal thirty six minutes and ten seconds into overtime to even the series to to to just go play by the army over to granny granny from in the slot broke my stick agreement guy had already and I got up in the slot and you know found of found a way to get in there and have a great play by them just happy at when I use is often a career high fifty eight saves in the victory well it's counterpart Alex the dog which was spectacular despite the loss turning aside thirty nine of forty three shots Jenny take over Nashville

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Tanev Scores Late, Penguins Beat Islanders 5-4 in Game 3

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Tanev Scores Late, Penguins Beat Islanders 5-4 in Game 3

"The islanders and penguins went back and forth with goals in a raucous third period before Brandon ten I've put a cap on things and Pittsburgh held on for a five four win New York came into the third down by two tied it up before the six minute mark then the teams traded goals again before ten of batted one home out of midair was our best period but in the day we found a way to win and and that's what matters the guys came together as a group and we battled through adversity and I got the web for Pittsburgh Kris letang had a goal and two assists Jeff Carter had two goals in Afghani Malkin returned to the lineup with two assists I'm well you guys

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Lomberg Scores in OT to Lift Panthers Past Lightning, 6-5

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Lomberg Scores in OT to Lift Panthers Past Lightning, 6-5

"Ryan Lomborg scored the game winner six minutes into overtime and the Florida Panthers defeated the Tampa Bay Lightning six five in a nail biter Thursday night Sam Bennett opened the scoring early for the Panthers Radko Gudas added a second tally giving Florida a two nothing lead going into the second Anthony's rally Ross Colton and Steven Stamkos answered for the lightning Florida's Alex Wennberg in Tampa bay's Brayden point traded power play goals and Alex killorn made five three lightning heading into the third Patrick Cormack Weston Gustav Forsling even the scored five to force overtime Baltimore's account Tampa

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Staal, Niederreiter Lift Hurricanes Past Predators 5-2

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Staal, Niederreiter Lift Hurricanes Past Predators 5-2

"The Carolina hurricanes scored three unanswered goals in the third period in route to a five two victory over the Nashville predators in game one of the opening round of the Stanley Cup playoffs tied to entering the third hurricanes forward Nino Niederreiter scored what proved to be the game winning goal at two twenty six of the period to break the tie Jordan Staal second goal of the game less than six minutes later would extend the lead to four two before the kings would add an empty net goal Alex Adele givens me twenty two saves for Carolina in his playoff debut you see stars made thirty three saves for Nashville Dennis **** Raleigh North Carolina

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"six minutes" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"six minutes" Discussed on WSB-AM

"81. Lows. 51 to 61 80 degrees on Peachtree Street at 607 and Triple Team Traffic starts with Martin McCann Gridlock Alert here and the cab Gwinnett County Line. 85 North bound, left side of the roadway completely shut down. Injury crashed Come, Fire Rescue has now arrived. Here's what we have Shut down now. The H O T and three general purpose Lane for three right leads and getting by it, Travis stacked up. Back into the eye to 85 interchange rolling out of the cab county out of shambling work your way north on Buford Highway. Take that, too. I Jimmy Carter Boulevard. That'll get you back on. I 85 better course of light the load Anything north of nor cross into delude 25 the mess that you're trying to work your way onto those very slow ramp headed up to where we are at the crash scene. Alex Williams Korea Carrier Chaotic Center still jammed up in Cherokee County 5 75 South, down from six his road all the way down past Highway 92 Exit seven work. Ash remains on the right shoulder Use Highway five is an ultimate north bound laced through the bells. Very curve. 75 North bound to happen. The brakes from 5 75 of the Chastain Road, 400 South bound, still fighting those delays in the work zone from the North Springs, Marta station down to I 25 smiling 75 borough that's stacked up before you get the highway. 1 38 crafted comments. The commotion before he goes planting hunted bridge has cleared 12 work, McGee 95.5 wfc Traffic continues every six minutes. Now might have Susan talk with mark out late on your Tuesday E thanks for joining Amar Kerem. Debra Green, Longoria and Low T Chuck. This is the latest news and talk with Mark and 4 to 7 P.m. on 95.5 wsb. Alex Williams did it. He stayed in his chair for a full hour and I paid him the $40. Did the countdown live on Instagram. So if you want to see the video, Unbelievable. I tried to take along to.

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"six minutes" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"six minutes" Discussed on WSB-AM

"In less than six minutes. 95.5 WSB. 6 26 years. WSB consumer expert Clark Howard. Happy New Year to you and you know what happens in the new year? We set up these New year's resolutions. Well, here's what I'd like you to do. Don't set some crazy, lofty goal. There may be by the third week of January is over. I want you instead to focus on more narrow things is an example. If you went crazy with the credit cards with Christmas shopping and things like that. Set a goal of paying that off by February, 28th and what you'd have to pay per week to your credit card company so that you pay it off in full. You don't want to carry Christmas all the way in the summertime. Thanks. I'm Scott Slade. Stay with us. We'll take that major problem blocking up the downtown connector. If you've got to get the get to the airport, avoid downtown Atlanta Fried now and take the perimeter. Her travel team will check in live in just a moment. Plus coming up after a short break. I'm WSB s Bill Chi Akio the call from President Trump Europe by hundreds of thousands of what the president demands from Georgia's top elections official and why some believe the call violated state law. WSB news time is 6 27. Severe weather Team two with storm tracker to HD, The South's most powerful radar, and the most experienced meteorologists Watch Channel two action news weather coverage You can count on a lot of you're upset about the 2020 election. And you're worried about the two Senate races here in Georgia. If the Democrats win those seats, there will be no check on their power to raise taxes past the green New Deal. Defund the police. You can stop one party rule in Washington. You can stop the green. You deal. You can stop the funding the police. You can stop tax increases by doing just two things. First, you need to vote. And commit to bring one person to the polls with you..

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