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Chiropractic Care is Founded in Service to Others with Dr. Patrick Sim

Breaking the Underdog Curse

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Chiropractic Care is Founded in Service to Others with Dr. Patrick Sim

"Welcome to breaking the underdog curse for chiropractors. I'm your host, Dr dawn McDonald, author of the bestselling book the underdog curse, we give vita Listrik car backers a chance to learn from the best around the world discovering how they overcame their challenges and chief success in order for chiropractic thrive. We must have bribing chiropractors bell. Listen up this time to crush the curse. Hello, everybody. And welcome to another episode of Ricki underdog curse for chiropractors. This is Dr Don mcgahn your host, and I'm heading back down to Austria reassume, any good friends down in Australia. They're doing a lot of great things and today visit Adelaide which I've never visited on the podcast before. And this car tracker graduates from university in nineteen ninety seven has been in practice, and he's also really worked hard at at creating a new school. It will be soon coming to us trillion. We'll get into that story later on. But but I'm really excited to be intriguing. Dr Patrick sim, welcome to the bug cast. Why thank you very much done. And by getting up to speed with the with you poke costs. He got a wonderful radio voice. That's the that's why I don't have a TV face yet. Thank you very much. And so we were just talking before the before the caller was saying where did we meet the first time with me, we met at a few different places. We met at the wave SUV on fire. And then we're thinking, well, maybe it was just on Facebook. But it seems like we've known each other for a long time. But the thing is we have the same philosophy. And we have the same intent in very congruent. So it's a it's like we've known each other forever. But we don't know exactly. How long that's been completely. I think the Canadian Australian thank my similar people. Yeah. Exactly. That's true. So so Leka exits start with all my guess is going right back to the very beginning in and how did you find out a will our very first place while I'm one of those strange car bracket miracles thought that I had a pithy with young about car practic, but I actually did nineteen backyard practic and to look after I graduated. I was like a miracle in reverse riverside. Yeah. Yeah. I'd always fascinated by the natural world. So big fan of David Attenborough analyze things and was always drawn to to bet the pointy when it comes to those those things so it the don't quite know. You'll remember a time that I decided to become a chiropractor. It seems that the other things imply the ended up doing my science degree at diversity than moved to Sydney to do my. I'm Austin Carr. Piketty wasn't reading till I got a job to use after graduation that someone starts with method. Plus and sense from it. That's cool. So when you're in school kind of what was your Luger idea? We'll carpeting was like when you're in school, and how was your experience in school? Well, it could be completely honest. I didn't have a clue by because it will Tom play football and socializing than worrying too much about a backup. Practic? I was a real heated spies in that respect. I think we we did have a philosophy clause. But I know that for the examination for that class the lecture just left the room. It was it wasn't didn't account for anything. So there's a real emphasis placed on it. Nipple did. So to mention that they drew principles nets of stuff. Remember, some good state is tending up in talking about car practic, meet some inverted mechanical point of view. But I didn't really have a sense of. I think what it came out. I probably was understanding Kobe Morris as a physician Eric top thing and that scientific confusion them show. So many people have when they when they graduate outside the fish two years. I spent more time being the plumber and the compensation the cleaner and the limited the car in the practice. Very very odd odd wide stop will. And so when you graduate were usually from Adelaide is that where you grew. Yeah. I've got a mixed background. But spent most time here at light house wouldn't open my dad's Singaporean Anglo-Australian, let spent my life your net light into wouldn't you graduated from a McGuire. You just immediately wanted to go back to Adelaide is that happened. What don't really Adelaide of being embarrassed by Adelaide like it was considered a backwater? I had a great time here when I was young growing up but moving badly to cities quite a contrast. Well, it's great capitals, and it's a beautiful Spieth student. I remember sitting on paramedics road this is again after I graduated and schooled in very heavy traffic, and then decided Mago what by doing here lie. His hod in the city and up that I such at light. Yeah. Melissa funny is we've seen Adelaide in the news quite a bit league in Canada because you guys are like plus forty six year. What was it? What was your temperature that you guys? Yeah. Well, Atalaya was off to this city on the planet. And this was the twenty four all January. I remember that because it was at a spacious die for the colleges. Well, that's the twenty four of January. We could forty seven degrees centigrade idol that is in Fahrenheit. I don't know either. Ever touch. It was hot. We learn under. It's bizarre. And you know, looking at the window now, it's in the twenties writing, so. That's a contrast. Yeah. Because then we are just in the minus thirties here like last week. And now, we're all a well. It's nice today. It's only minus twenty it's all relative. I cannot imagine what that's like wheel freak out when it gets ten degrees. So not to come together to one time. The funniest thing is we had a ma-margaret Harvey come to Edmonton one time. And it was like minus thirty and just watch him try to walk on snow lake. You never been labeling like us like baby learning how to walk, and we're just studies thing ever. So. Oh, I could just imagine that Hugo charter protect his last as he will go with his nice leather shoes when they just freeze up in their like curious curling shoes. But anyway. So when you went back to Adelaide, did you often associated opening a racket or how did you get? How did you start practice? I know those carpet Becky who was advertising position the rifles in back then was was with Guelph med light as well. So wanted to move back to feed with and just turn out of this guy was looking for someone. He asked me about the fussy interview at Iasi about practice over the else on. I now that was not the reason took the on. There's no way to go. Because I think what he's sort of may was had a lot of actions of the things I love people and big dedicated to that a bit of a go get so no one can tell me not to be something. In fact, if you always be something told me, I can't do it. So I think he's so bad in me. And he took me on because of those things in his mind. He believed that if I could show passion in one pot of our life that could flow into totally. That's great. I bet you because I know when I was in high school, I totally cheered. What was basketball and people think that's in Vegas? But I think that's good because you can actually like transferred into something else about that was pretty cool. So in that was that an associate physician that the started with yes. Yeah. It wasn't a such position. It was action is paid a salary. So would it be one of the suspects is without doing? It was very very low compared to what I was making in Sydney was great those a hates this old curriculum as well. So he's going to teach me these things I was gonna move through these levels as levels in football. That's. Yes. As a socio, it really got me understanding is this, but more importantly, contracting, Catholic pets. That's where I started to understand things was there, it was there a moment or a timer that you kind of had that anxious that you remember he used to hold a monthly staff training that he'll bless him. And he started talking about interestingly, the Triune of life, and I really got into that idea. And so today became much more about the geometrics of it. So, you know, if you increase the the line between fulsome Madda there, you must be there for increasing member life. So I was so caught up in that sort of philosophy. It's obvious stuff. And then how how I would be having an influence as a car break on the increasing so much slash. So that really was the beginning of by getting into the philosophy of chiropractic out is very metaphysical, very hate spicy stuff. But I would I would lie in bed and think about that sort of stuff, and I still do. Yeah. I'll just off on I find that the fascinating part of the profession now. And so after you just kind of heard that the first time was there eighty other seminars or events raising. You did the kind of expanded on that. Yeah. We started going to advance. He in a strategy. Dynamic Kreutz gun hold on anymore. Unfortunately. So that was run by the sponsor research foundation. Which by the way, if they went out the Houston oughta should be a member. Yes. Quite wake. Yes. Out hold this. Big advantage was big of Asia's biggest Evangelistria, and so loving sessions bakers. Komo VO the the great spaces strive to be part of that. And so I stuck they're excited about what I did end who always with the profession, and that's up to me up to a whole lot more. Yeah. So you started to understand then that having a philosophy around chiropractic has a direct influence in on on your outcomes. So those outcomes with bay repeatedly say breckis, therefore, you bought a mine will more importantly, the effect you having on the medium, if all the wad is a Saudi in the planet. It will step philosophy yet. The why behind is twin Raji says the wise like the jet fuel it gives you that energy to be able to do the things you gotta do. Absolutely. Yeah. It is it is. Yeah. Now when you when you're at the beginning of practice on like when you're to grow your practice set. I kinda the do things, and then there's the B things. Right. So if you kind of learn the lawsuit, I kind of gives you bigger energy around it. But what were some of the things that you did at the beginning of practice to grow your practice will I've gone from a very much closed doors. So the the first says, I was in I started as I I message therapist type thing and as a graduate. Straight into the car pike, Israel and the carpenters to set was that much different to the best of dozing beforehand. Tune-up now someone would lie down with the heat lamp over them. Okay. That this messaging writing thing run that back for a little bit. And that would be a boot from that in in a closed room to them working in his practice in that light. Whereas a full on stadium complained. So these two titles in this middle of this huge run. Sitting on the perimeter. And it were just come in. And later in the jump off the table, Justin. So it was such a contrast, and I would have gone from that is physically that some mission that you could practice that way. It wasn't a sense of your the white coats, the professional speaky type thing you actually have fun in practice. And that's to me a lot more about life and more about he wa was that I could Fay the center of attentional ice as but then shift that towards the pissed so then the person is the thing, you know, they bodies the magician almost and what they're buddies doing is is coming out of a hat. I'm great loud music. Soza? Great atmosphere are the culture the practice at the attractive to people. And so it's not to say that again the philosophy coming through underpinning, the physical environment made the biggest difference again full people's experience. And so what I keep coming and bring other people with ma'am. Okay. To come down to me. I assume sought to understand that, you know, having I plan to people's k it was important to rather than what Lucy cold Jesse than when I started to actually putting them on a plan of K. It's actually see a change in their laws. What was the other thing? Again, I send some commission that that was okay to do that. Because it sitting inning. Yeah, in when did you learn his I've talked to a lot of people will win. They learned the power of the judgment because a lot of times people think like the adjustments are great along with other stuff with when did you really understand the power of the judgment Morville all the time? I listened to a couple of people recently. And I ask what we see the miracles anymore in car practic in. I think the main reason for that is is firstly. We don't wanna see them. So we don't ask to see them. We don't ask for the the people the seek in the dying. Also as people to come to a practice because we feel that will lead to his tiny little scope of things signed before that in Canada is a pod proficient kind will focus. That's all you got to say. But you take it was familiar again a powder. This other practice that there's a whole range of people coming in Blue Jays. And. Very very unwell. And you would start to see changes several people that were that remediate. Am others ZOA incremental at a time that what changes I think sad to say that the whole? Triumph. It's actually started wick you increase intelligence type of pressure off the dip system and locked doesn't prove up does increase. And so you start to see the practical application of that. So you have to. Had to be open to look forward to rank is what I what I feel sometimes is when when some chiropractors are so dependent on evidence. There's will see there's the three the three stools of evidence right in one is is the research in one is the chiropractor experienced in the second is the practice member of the patient's experience. And if you're not willing to do the experience of the characters experience without the research than the whole thing. Stop. Wait. It's all true either. It's it's not Newtonian like that. You pulling in all of those things all the time. And there's probably another seven lakes to that still that we don't even know about these little so, yeah, it's it's it's not just about the published. Evidence of hit others talk about what evidence you prepared to accept ethic. Deadly evidence makes a huge difference. And we need to have five that the people know what they need as well. So you know, when someone's coming in on a got some bizarre thing going on and they want help with that. It's not that we're trying to treat that. But you're just voting do that way. And so he can taking the the blinds off your own is. So you can see the changes helps him get this changes. And when you're you did you in your own practice, then right after that. Yeah. So I left his practice and wanted to tropical myself realize it as I was developing my own philosophy around practice of life than and things. I was looking here it with the with the Exxon community, and so had the discussion with Yona and sought to move on. And that old finished very amicably ethically. Whoa. Very good in that respect. I. Uptight for pushing the practice come with me. So it didn't want to be stealing people or anything about that. So you'll be kept things very ethical. And that mitt that we had a pretty good relationship. Rott-weiss fruit. Yeah. It's good. I think that we should all be working towards that. So you don't need entities in that profession of shouldn't be I shouldn't be Arab hiding us. We've got enough people out there is on trying to put myself, but sort of prod the sensor principles the whole idea that you had the putty smart carpet goes this is just a very simple message. But I found out the Buddha. What high it started at the practice? I I did find though that wyking solo is bit lonely, and yeah, I think it was from the that Assad looking the something else to do as well. So I started getting myself involved in the state association here and that in on path which finished up things recently. That's cool. And so when you started that practice, what did you do today actually, grow that practice when you open your own place? Well, we did all the standard thing, so straps. No the local media ads, although. Of things and the number of of new people that we would pick out from each of these little strategies, but at the end, the greatest breckis food it was about and I think that's surprise to anyone. No, I'm not really you. Just do a good job. I think if you do a good job into and you deliver what you're gonna do deal will then people referred themselves. And so at the end that was marketing strategy, it was about, you know, bagel antique, you know, doing Alloway, and we would attract the people who needed to be there. So again, it was very simple. There were no real motley tricks, again, the message assignment car practic, we all the same. So thing if a chiropractor, so there's no difference in the message is just really, you know, the vomit that we sit in which we do it and that same low for us. That's awesome. And so did you ever get to a point where you got your burn out phase or or kind of salt looking after yourself or any time in your career Rica director, so thera kind of feel loaded burn? And if you did what wasn't or any recommendations for them. Yeah. I I can understand how it would happen. It's funny. This topic comes up a lot. I think and saints at the solution is always assigned. It's getting back to the principal. Take it back to the philosophy and utilize that it's not a bad you in the banana is often about about you. Right. You'll theme tie you'll affiliated at you feel like it ought to get out of bed. When you started to see a life is not. For you. But for other people, and you start acting said us than that, none on the is a consideration. I'm of stories of Gunston dropping at a car made not in pop into people's houses because it's a sense of service. And I think we have sun to lose that a little bit more recently because it's much more about how I'll be mocked by. I need to to for me rather what I need to do full others. So I think if you have a sense of service is good like children, you might get taught at times, but you know, stop loving emulate stuff. He often them you don't get Boone DAT Mississippi early because they're always there. So I think if we have a sense of purpose, which is is about everyone else that you don't seem to suffer that as much as far as did. I go through it. A fan that my my interests changed to at full bowl had practice on Masai game to the politics. Now had all these other things going on majors would wine said the practice would go down depending on what else doing but tomatoes feeling that Boone at one area of approaches naturally shifted to something else to take my interest. I know there are car back to see spend all their lives during practice. And I'd admire guys. I'm just one of those so bit thought they always had a reprieve or a break from whatever it is doing. So I didn't necessarily suffo- flown out. I would worry at times. But again, get back to the principal out. Whether it be a seminar or reading three something that'd be enough to get back in the game. Yen knows stockings just before about how he'd been the city impracticable fourteen years, and then you decided to leave to to kind of work on this project. And I was wondering if you'd share sure listeners livable. What that project was in how hell it started. Yeah. So as moved away from approximately light inside of setting up my own, according to the politics of chiropractic and Reno's just to ceramics if another car practice 'cause as white to lead things up out you want to be surrounded by the car practice that was that was one of my strategies Duggan vote in state politics. I ended up paying the state prison students out the strategy for few years from a spam? For us on restriction booed and moved in onto the national board as well said strategy in contracting association of the code now innocent state, proficient from from quite different perspective. So he started seeing all the different wheels in the machine. See the different groups more evenly start on a standing there. The Louis stakeholders which feeding into some of them forest some of the Ricketts does and you start understand that the guy in being plight. One of the guy who set we felt we had to do was when a group here Estrella came out to in the denigration destroy. A car practic. This is only two thousand seven we decided to pull away from alcohol valley's, so cool vantage what traditional cupboard principles about night tillage that suffocation so we decided to fool the front website pulled them from anything that was an outside media thing and put it in a jewel with the thinking that we will just put it out Saif again and realize an auto tear live at elsewhere, the people on that would he was was pushing for up to thought it was a spot in the rational. And the, you know, this is the right thing to be doing very grown up to to make that decision. But it was rely straight away that some just showed us sales foot. What quite hard to try and get that back in some way. Firstly we try to to bring the cool values decade at a board level. So the filter down through the association, and that was a lot of resistance are then tried to sit up a. A special interest. Just that sounds terrible a special interest group in in philosophy that could advise the code this guy at the time on its its actions in regards to the philosophy almost to try to keep it honest. So today principles, but that went very badly to an factors at a meeting where would trying to grow support for that idea that fueled Mazda from the Newseum college was suit up. This is not the answer the answer to to to car back in the strata has to be through education. And and that to me was was a real life old Maidment decide to say that that the the programs Australia have a certain velocity about what carpet is which is a tying evidence only model and they chatting out huge numbers of car prices. So a strategy at the time does about three hundred thousand chiropractors. These programs which sitting out five hundred graduates year, Andrew sums on that all of a sudden, the number of people who graduated Lewis, why of thinking about car is increasing. So the this is the numbers guide. Now, the time I think you mentioned this mistake before that more and more of those people who think that way they can get into Stipe boards than onto national boards in other areas of control, and I stopped pushing profession certain direction. Right. So if I sense to me that that's the guy had to play. So. Most people are aware that carbon industry Lia is not the best place to be Brexit Bodley's tickly. There's a lot of government structure and control, proficient. Self is is is petrified to stand out in sight anything. And it's how when you look towards organization where you put your good money. You put your faith in my case. I had put in my service there as well. And that went prepared to stand up for that right off a slice to candidates. It's crazy telling the story. It's it's yeah. He's making my skin like. I understand and having spent a lot of time on those boards. I understand that position annoyed. I feel as though that got to toe the line with I've got to pay certain interest groups, but I think in the end an organization with its mixture by so is Asian or it's company. It's got to the principles that needs to maintain. It goes Stanford something because you don't Stanford anything you'd get a full for everything on. And that's what of think's savvy happened here. Restrained yet. We haven't had the representation to stand up for what the car practic and just why me about what is Connor practic a realize when you start asking people what car back the keys, I stopped styling things like all carbide it to me is exploited carbon the IBM see. A believe that's not the case. You know, if you look at a at a gloss and not Jassem, what is these outside to gloss. It's always going to be a gloss in the size of the white type. Who's always tight car? He's just one thing. It's always gonna be affected. It's not open to interpretation. You know, you just can't take something. And then change it into something else and cool it still Cartwright cope. We had to stay true to that principle and then start teaching program, which could produce car back to understood that. That that we started the strand car practicum issue. Every waking on that since two thousand fifteen yes. And just worry into the school. I just I just mentioned like in Canada, the big challenges because they're taking the NMSP out of everything to just MS gay, and the they're taking nervous system out when they say, they're not taking her system of. But they say they're just saying that they're taking the nervous system. But it's still you can still do it. But it's the same thing as us as soon as you take it out. It's going out. And if you can't find the nervous system on anywhere in on the gaining Iraq association or anything like that. It's not there. So, and you know, that an association that you pay member should do's into you like the stand up for you. They probably won't unless you're an and so. It's a sign around the well, you know, you get to see it in Europe. It's a seventy year this Canada. You know, it's the same around the world. And I think there's a propensity for people who think essential way to gravitate towards boards. And this is what I saw to realize too that we have a philosophy. We have we have some great solace tobacco alpha Affi, we have people who have practicing it. So the doing the practice part of it. But no one's actually pay to stand up and do anything for it. I think it was so concerned about us self interest that actually not prepared to sacrifice a time to go through something which makes a big difference globally. I'm on his in twenty two costal with Chuck Ridley. And listening to how Hayes applaud his entire life to making a difference. So sounds like you have a huge practice, but he's going on to to be involved with life, life, west and other car pike. Does he would've been produced goes efforts who then going to save millions of people's lives? That's really making a difference. I'm sure that I get listening to him. He had to pay to do that. You know that? You know that? Have that seat with a capitalistic society that it doesn't? That's that's law for service. I think people actually take action and standoff with I believe in against his idea of being in service to things and more people can do that better fit will be. It's not enough just to stand behind philosophy and use it as shoe you had to act on just one hundred percent. And that's what we're trying to do even candidates give people who become more involved. And a lot of them were trying to connect them as well as we're trying to give a group to connect people because they don't know for when they don't know what's going on and for two they don't know what to do like, they they they're they wanna do something. But what do I do? I don't know what to do. So so, yeah, this is great. And and so tell us a little bit about the Australia chiropractic collagen how it started in a wet stages. Are you right now? Yeah. Well, firstly it was never about having a college. It was never about having any institution and all the data leak crappy stuff that goes with the anegada side as a Haith of that sort of stuff that you gotta get ongoing and not being dates how often that route college. But it was never it was never about about having another school never been having a college for me division was almost like. Almost like a vision saying the world where we're going to apologize. Imagining a world where my kids grandkids in the Baxter carbon because I found taking action. Now that was the thing. That's why I'm looking to let that happen. So what can I do to impact those people never gonna make? So that was not it's not about the college in some ways it selfish now decide that they'll be so serving. But it's Matt is making sure the little people unlucky made like you show that I have access to what all that exist. And then often it's me and not say as the car there. But just that way of thinking about much saying lock is beautiful. When that now things do have have a Wii of Evan flow. Municipal that the human body can heal and that's a beautiful understanding to have the will. So that's what the motivation division was is produced car records if you continue producing car backdraft a car into the generations. I'm so with that in mind, we had to sit about getting a going and the biggest challenges we had were what's the bureaucracy? We have to get through and how much money do we have to rise. That will pro the two things. And both of them it equally difficult. So the course of the next few years to start to move politically and involve people who were important in Sunday gets some studies done to tobacco at sawing stuff that we need a college firstly and an organized people the right sort of woods said that they went accounting to funding we have access to some and by two thousand sixteen we build a so we had the bicycles and we're ready to launch. So we went to Donna at gross in Brisbane end won't stay is a big surprise people talk about the ICCO's all excited about it. And so he started to bring him a little jewel of money. Over time you've raised warm. More cash we've had to go through a very rigorous process with a group who takes up the at the federal hiring -cation regulator, your straight, and that's tight can us when appellation into the two thousand sixteen will help. And get approved budget seventeen. What's happened? I've knocked us back. We've reapplying that North's back, which is how information have knocked a stack again kind of normal. From some fact that the knock backs are not driven by application die is driven. By again. Those people don't want us to get up on the signing day that Adelaide it's that remarkable forty seven degrees centigrade Oregan at light was so hot that day because it's actually guys approval. Vice? Yeah, we actually ended up having to drive unil- and show that I were acting outside of the scope at at that point. I sorta PU brought back and get some people really. So it can rube medically. She we probably spent a night. It sounds cheap action and strategy billed as the pre spent about eight hundred thousand dollars just through that crisis. Wow. Easy. Well, and again, this is this. I think will be news to a lot of Iraqis years around Canada, especially in around the world is because you know, if it seems like sometimes we're like we're trying to organize people for elections were trying to organize people to run for councils or over. And then it's like we get knocked down get knocked down down. And so so I just want to save regulations you guys because we all want to hear some good news. And that was at is like some damn good news that I wanna spread around the underdog nation. We got another school coming. Yeah. At look wet, wet wet soaks on a diet. I mean in some ways, I'm just believing of it because it's such a hod hod road at the same time. It was almost like that's just a teak. You know, we've had to get this takes repre- will end. Now. It's just will take them the board. You know, we've done that. And now we're gonna go into the Knicks pop. So now we have to Rizal money. We've got to set up the facility you're gonna buy all the stuff, you gotta enroll the students. And once you've got that already. They we have to start teaching that. And so there's a whole range of things that come with that. And then we go to graduate students. And then we go to support those shoots a never ending thing yet again mind, if my vision is in the future generations on not gonna mate, they it makes it a with wall. Stick to it. Then really, what's what's more likely comparisons? Always other people on my women fluids, so muzzle dedicate a lot, that's amazing. So win win would the school be taking students and like win. India's would be ready to go. We'll be teaching in twenty twenty in twenty twenty and in in Austria. Then you start in January is at your school year. Is that when that's right. Yeah. Yeah. And I think differently said the US would attack in intake seven cool side, we take wanting taika Ghia a a greatly influenced by the New Zealand college. In fact, is having that incredible. By actually, gifted us, the curriculum. I recognise probably the greatest act of paying forward that has ever occurred in that profession is estimated that the curriculum in New Zealand with on someone twain seven-night million dollars. But I gave it to us that off on is so humbling. The funny thing about it is at these there on group of people has autism Canadians. But. All. They said a delegation over to adult lights may with the loss of working on college just Osama sat and see what we will like make sure we were lined. And in the end of a tell us that we that mocked us at no-go use of approval by so one might thing. And that was there was no decades. What's the very easy? Look thing. That's the main criteria. That was the main criteria does not kids. Yeah. That's awesome. So on. So would you you'll you'll be taking students than you can take him from all over the world done. Right. So so like Canadian students could even though down Canadian states can go down there. Absolately we have to go three still more prices of approval and accreditation so stuff, but we're going through a process now. So we have to get approval from the government to take in Obse students raid on issues support for the students and all that sort of stuff to to whilst that's not safety. It is very much a matter that we actually do that now and get it done. I have no reason to believe that I would have those things in place next year that's twenty twenty streets because you'll have given us a curriculum there. A number prerequisites to be done at a university level in things. Like, you're netting is jailed or stuff that it's begun product to entry to the college. It's in a four year program. So if someone's a pot of the first intake next year in twenty twenty thousand graduate at the last year be. Twenty twenty four a mess. Right. So so for you know, we got a lot of contractors like you said they were feel on. Although I don't know how to help support this movement. And so what are, sir? What what did we do that law solicitors in Australia to Australia? New Zealand Canada UK all around the United States. The United States is the best Georgie of our listeners. But what what could contract to do if they wanted to help support you what were some of the things that could help you? With an eye thing is is is money. And the reason for that. We we do other stuff too that when it comes to running an organization that we've not so much cash that goes into stuff, you don't get in say. So by for instance, one of the base investments will get tonight is into a computer system that acts as a as a storage thing for students information. That's not very sexy. It's not very, exciting, yum. It's not sort of thing that you could put someone's name on. But that's gonna cost us half a million dollars ticket that together. So his way rising funds and putting my. With things out that makes difference reputation. And with all the systems that sort of thing that the regulators look at quite closely because I want to make sure that if there's some sort of problem with on site someone breaks tonight that would lose everything. Now, they wanna make sure that we are a solid will organize congressional nice that I can I can deliver high quality program. And so you have these things underpinning yet. So the main thing particularly now sitting up, but after that, the lifeblood is students so referring students is the main thing. That's if we were talking teams of of of of a practice in a student. So the new people, and they're you're you're you're paying people in England put onto a cat plan throughout those years. So once we stood up and going, and it's going to be referring students to college is the main thing. But I do not discount in any way of support that people give us. Like keeping the excitement mention going. I it's it's the newest copyright program on the planet, and it's gonna be exciting. But because it's new is gonna have hates of tissues. I'm sure now, it's not the be relied. So you need people be tolerant and understanding and still help us out as much as we sit up. I mean, again, I'm a car the academic. I'm not a casual expert. And so if I can do it you can do you pot to by supporting many, they so if I'm crying on the phone, sometimes, you know, unfunny things around the room. Now, this Oregon need the love and support the profession one hundred percent. So if someone wanted to donate, how can someone do a process of donated your school? Yep. So at the moment, we have a website called the icy sea initiative or one word dot com dot you. And if you go to the website, you'll see I donate often. There are leagues into our Ben waking to direct transfers. I think from Chechen will they donated money need a swift number. I believe that's up there to can you pay by these. I think he pay visa, yeah. I'll just check in a little things the things that have the website. So even out so icy initiative, which was about building support for the idea of the college now has this shift to the college self, so it might be some coaches against blues towards that that thing, but will leave out the nation page up there as long as possible. Okay. That's awesome. So underdog nation. Let's get there. All those winds that we have for vita Listrik NMSP earn practic list supported as much to began. So I was like ask one question that we got all excited her on. I was like to talk about the Terminator question in the movie remainder. How you get to go back to talk here. You can go back and talk in time and talk yourself will what kind of advice, would you give your younger self if you could sit back late when you're late twenty school. And you could almost be a father figure yourself what kind of advice? Would you give to yourself? Well, first response is to go back to the New Zealand thing until myself to be decayed. This thing. Forty more. It'll be a right. I think it would cite the Sony distress. All y you gotta be a chi-. What have you doing right now? You'll learn from that people signing two you don't stress too much about what you think you are right now you're going to be a K offs. I think I'll be interested to hear me we Jing applying. But then still be that probably is going to be a kite of it's a mind thing. I think things anything obituary change figure that would've good has happened to me. Whatever have bad has happened to me as just better expected. That would be where I am now. Without either of us know, that's so true in alternates contractors. We worry so much like we spent so much time worrying so that again of her that loss route from people's going need, it's going to be it's gonna be okay. So this that's awesome. Now in closing. I always just kind of like to leave the floor to to my guests. And and just have them spend a couple of minutes insurance some inspiration. We've cut writers out there that you know, they feel like underdog or they are or they're trying to practice or they might get a little statement. It might be a little bit burnt-out. Or, you know, they just driving to work looking to get a little bit inspired. And and just want to know what kind of words you'd like to leave everybody with. We'll pass the story on heavy awesome. I'll a story. I think I'm quite sure of its Arjun. But I I know it's very old story and the story of the third who's walk along a path and he comes into the hills, and he starts climbing up these stays mounted in econ for very very very long time. It gets the very top of the mountain, and he sees there. The very top of the mountain is his figure sitting and he's collies gone through the clouds, and this person seeing the Lotus position there is a closed, and he thinks God you I'll come across something here is coming something. I had come across garden. He says oh this way. I've come across your here. You must be gone and disfigure just it's quality is not is all well, then you must be you must be a site again. The and say anything we can. Very serene. And he said, well, maybe you just a great holding in the ficus has nothing in some so desperation and frustration this this man Eos at tell me who are you? Are you are you that point this he opened several highs just looks very Sarojini of the man and says I am awake. So the of all about that gives the inspiration is not outside of you. It's on the inside of the K forget all the fees in the wires and everything else. Local inside get back to the sold. You've got the PG goat inside this about. What's happened? What you have done. What you think you should done? We should have done the beans on the inside. That's Gration lies. That's awesome. Well, I wanna thank you so much for being on the podcast getting up bright and early in Adelaide morning. I'm happy to be heat on. Thank you, just on behalf of the profession because I know you you, and it is a group of characters the vile or together to really get this. This ruling is there. Anyone would want to also thank that has been in in in instrumental in getting these things rolling. Yeah. Wesley. I'm yes. Well, the the New Zealand college, I felt Masa and Nash pechanga. Absolutely, the Rubicon great. So guy rate men, and Jerry klom, Christina Ron Akron old is guys associate with Rubicon, great are particular free Hunanese. I think he will be now in a cool with the college. And that's the heightened Bill and Aaron Scott here in the late car back this year and the bond also who adventure of mine for as long as diverse is out. So. That's great. 'cause we just want. You don't want to get some gratitude out. There is just you know, we we need some changes. And we need some help with our style chiropractic in really want. Appreciate that. So so again, thanks so much for taking the time to be on the podcast makes your listeners out there that you donate to the school helped them because they they need their help to get rolling. And once they're rolling. Make sure you send her practic students to do the college. It's going to be like said, they're like lead. And I think the biggest thing I got from this podcast episode was living in service. Right. We talk about breaking the underdog Gerson when year when you consider yourself underdog underdogs that's about you. And and if you're in service, you can't really be an underdog. And so I think that would be the same for you guys. So make sure you get out there stained service, so that you can crush the curse. 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Saturday, January 18, 2020

NBC Nightly News

19:41 min | 1 year ago

Saturday, January 18, 2020

"Breaking news tonight Harry and Meghan. The Queen makes a final decision. The Duke and Duchess of subjects lose their standing members of the royal family. No longer allowed up to perform any official duties. Where do they go next? Plus the money they now have to repay the government the nationwide mess from a massive snow maker. Five five hundred miles of highway. Shutdown seems like this across the country an avalanche out west showing skew. I'm thousands of flights canceled or delayed brutal cold now. Moving in how does forty five below zero sound. The new call for witnesses and the impeachment trial from two Republican senators hurt and the new photo. Evidence just released the man at the center of the skin airport alert screening today at some US airports for a deadly mystery three virus coming in from China. And there's good news tonight about a haircut hitting students than edge this is NBC. See Nineteen years with Jose Diaz Balart. Good evening we begin with breaking news at a stunning announcement from the British Royal Family. Prince Harry Harry and Meghan Markle or on their own. No more taxpayer money. No more using the royal titles it follows an historic week of speculation over their future after they ask the queen to be relieved of their royal duties. Many questions remain about the future of this young family including where they will live and how they we'll live NBC's care. Simmons is in London tonight with the details. Royal History being written tonight a statement from the queen announcing the far more serious move than simply stepping down as senior royals Harry. Megan and Archie will always be much loved members of my family. The Queen Statement says says I recognize the challenges they have experienced as a result of intense scrutiny. Over the last two years and support they wish for more independent life. The dramatic details include the Duke and Duchess. Who No longer be called Your Royal Highness? They will not lose the titles they will spend the majority of their time in North America. Erica something the couple did not immediately acknowledge when they first said they'd be leaving their senior royal roads. They will not be supported by tax payers money and we'll pay back the three point. One million dollars spent refurbish their Windsor Castle. Home for more cottage which will remain the case. The couple keep their private patronage is and we'll still be the face of many of the charities that they serve a statement on behalf of how you're Meghan saying in part while they can no longer formally represent the queen. The success have made clear that everything they do will continue to uphold the value of Her Majesty but royal officials. Confirm Harry and Meghan. We'll we'll be free to sign. Commercial deals without the agreement of the Queen. Majesty saying in her statement I want to thank them for their dedicated work and then particularly proud out of how Megan has so quickly become one of the family. It is my whole family's hope that today's agreement allows them to stop building a happy and a peaceful new life. CARE joins us now from outside Buckingham Palace here. Is this more than a substantial break yet. Is this truly is a royal goodbye. Jose from Harry and Meghan Prince Harry even walking away from his military duties. Out of the door is open. Palace officials telling me there will be a review in a year's time but it seems to me unlikely Harry Meghan will ever return as working royals. Jose Cure Sevens in London. Thank you very much. And we'll have more on what their life will be like outside the royal bubble later in the show at back in the United States dangerous and deadly storms sweeping the country coast to coast. Tens of millions are on alert has blinding snow wind. Icy Roads. Right and astonishingly. Low temperatures are crippling travel on roads and at airports are in McLaughlin. Oakland has details across the country. A wintry mess making travel dangerous and in many places impossible in Iowa and out control truck almost crushed a strand driver in the last twenty four hours state. Police answered nearly four hundred calls in Pennsylvania a multi vehicle crash rush involving fifteen tractor trailers and Minnesota twenty injured at nearly two hundred crashes statewide in Nebraska. A man was killed when he lost control of his truck. More than five hundred miles of interstate. Closed troopers warning. Stay off the road. Roughly seventy nine million people will remain in areas with winter weather alerts blizzard conditions in the dakotas Minnesota and Iowa or wind chills could bring temperatures to negative forty five degrees. Nearly a two million under Flood Watch in Illinois Missouri and along the Mississippi River. The storm brought eighteen inches of snow. Lake Tahoe possibly triggering an avalanche leading one critically injured and killing thirty four year old Colt comstock in a statement his wife Sane Coal Love skiing and was the most kind hearted and caring caring person in skies more travel trouble thousands of flights canceled and delayed in Chicago Friday. A ground stop stranding travelers the nearly seven hundred flights canceled causing a ripple effect at airports today. Storms now in the northeast or the temperatures hit record highs just is last week swimming and then now we're extremely weird. It really is like unbelievable. Aaron joins US now from upstate. New York Aaron been concerned in the area. You are tonight. Well the big concern out here is all about black ice the advice to drivers. If you don't need to be out stay home Jose McLaughlin thank you very much. A storm isn't over yet and brutally cold temperatures are coming right behind meteorologist. Jennifer web is tracking it all forest genus. Jose this massive storm system has finally made its way to the northeast with winter weather. There alerts still expanding from New England. All the way back to the DAKOTAS. The timing is very important the uplift of the storm system from Interior New New York all the way to New England. When is continue to slide out of here? I'm by tomorrow afternoon. The front makes its way through and we deal with some lake enhancement but the core of the cold is going to start to buy down from the upper mid west to the mid West where we're going to see wind chill's twenty five to forty five below that cold Kohl expands into the northeast by Monday afternoon. Washington DC in the mid thirties. Jose thank you very much. We have breaking news in the impeachment. Trial the Democrats Democrats on the President's defense team both filing legal responses to impeachment late. Today they come as two Republican senators announced. They're prepared to bank break. Ranks and possibly vote to hear from witnesses Nichols reports tonight to moderate Republican senators indicating that they are open into hearing from witnesses in president. Trump's impeachment trial. I am very likely to vote for additional information and I determined that I do not have enough. I will vote to to accept additional information this afternoon. The president's legal team responding to the Senate impeachment summons calling the articles a dangerous attack on the right of the American people to freely choose their president their comments coming after fresh photo evidence Pudding Lev Parnasse and indicted associate of Rudy Giuliani into focus for Democrats. The photos does bolstering. Partisans claim that he was well connected to the trump world was the hoop the photos released by the house. Judiciary Committee along with text messages has been linked Parnassus a Soviet born businessman to house Republican. Devin nunes a staunch trump defender parnes texted in aid to newness to arrange wjr interviews with key Ukrainians. Also do you want to interview the General Prosecutor. NBC News reached out to Nunez Office for comment and hasn't heard back. The president. Says he doesn't know Parnis but today one of the president's impeachment defense attorneys Pam Bondi who is also pictured with parnes simply dismissing being him. As a publicity seeker clearly loved harnessed. Like to take pictures with a lot of people he showed up at events pretty much everywhere Nichols joins us from Palm. Beach for. The president is on the house. Impeachment managers delivered their written brief to the Senate. What did it say well in a one hundred eleven page? Those impeachment manners said that trump's conduct is the framers worst nightmare that the evidence against him is overwhelming and that the president presents the immediate threat to the nation and the rule of law. Jose Hans Nichols Thank You Democratic Frontrunners Elizabeth Warren and Bernie. Sanders are back on the campaign trail today after clashing at the debate earlier this week. The candidates are making a big push for undecided democratic women. Voters the tally reports from the nation's capital Thousands of women marching across the country from New York Washington to California most in the name of ousting president. Donald trump come November but two who of the democratic packs top contenders now locked in a red hot controversy that threatens to bend the Democratic primary at issue whether Sanders told Warren during a private December. December two thousand eighteen conversation that a woman could not beat Mr Trump Warren says he did sanders emphatically denies it on national. TV Now just weeks before. The Iowa caucuses both progressive. Senators would rather talk about anything else. Additional Calm Tom Trading a brief stop at the Capitol in DC between you referred to the Iowa first much-needed time on the campaign trail. We're GONNA end the race of women. Making seventy nine cents on the dollar sanders highlighting his ties with women today in New Hampshire. These women's marches sprung up in direct response to Mr Trump's victory over Hillary Clinton in two thousand sixteen now as long as we get trump out. That's it's the biggest thing if a woman emerges as the best candidate I'm going for it if it's not that's okay. Polling shows women or the democratic. Party's biggest swing group. And they're twice as likely as men to be undecided. I know who. I'm not voting for trump valley with with the Iowa caucuses just two weeks away. How will the Democratic senators running for President Juggle their obligation as impeachment jurors on the campaign trail no worse time for jury duty? Jose and the senators aren't hiding the fact that they would rather be on the campaign trail then here in Washington. DC But the plan for many of them is to surrogates gets to make that closing pitch to voters in Washington. Thank you very much. The president of Mexico is pledging helped thousands of migrants from Central America. At least three thousand people are making the trek north Mexican President Manuel Lopez over says. It'll help many of them find work in housing in Mexico the move comes after increased pressure sure and threats of terrorists by president trump. Mexico doesn't help slow the surge of migrants continuing up towards the United States major airports across the country. You're on high alerts tonight for a mystery virus. Starting today. Federal health officials are increasing efforts to screen passengers. Who may have been exposed here sarhar tonight? US airports on high alert screening passengers for symptoms of a deadly virus. Very concerned. Now that you brought it to my attention I'll stay away from people wearing masks the CDC says it's a variation of Corona virus of family that includes the common cold and SARS in New York San Francisco Mos Angeles any traveller. Arriving from Ruhan China will be screened for fever and flu like symptoms. Were taking these steps. Because because the situation is evolving so rapidly and because we know that corona viruses can be serious. Nearly fifty cases have been confirmed with Chinese officials announcing four new cases overnight so far two people have died. Thailand and Japan have also confirmed cases of the new virus. All the victims believed leave to a visited the same meat and seafood market in Wuhan. The fear it could spread further Wuhan is connected by direct blinds to the. US Europe and Australia. Australia another cause for concern. China's lunar New Year begins next week kicking off. The busiest travel season of the year for one point. Four billion in Chinese airport. Screeners have their work out for them trying to distinguish this new variant from other illnesses. This will be complicated because it's flu. Season and flu can give you fever and symptoms very similar tonight. The CDC is deploying a hundred additional staff hoping to catch this virus before it spreads into the United States. Sarah joins us now from LAX. Sarah what can travelers do to protect themselves. There are no travel restrictions in place but the situation is fluid the CDC is advising travellers to Wuhan to avoid animals animal markets and any contact with the sick nick. Jose Sarah Harman thank you very much now. That Prince Harry and Meghan markle are making a break from the royal family. What will their new life breaking news news next? Plus a masterpiece mystery stunning fine decades after this painting appear the meet the press. Chuck Todd Cast. It's an insider's take on politics. Twenty twenty election in more candid conversations with some of my favorite reporters about things we usually discuss thus off camera. Listen for free wherever you get your podcast and we are back now with more on the stunning announcement today. That Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have reached a deal with the queen to split from their royal duties. The question now. What's next volley hunter with what's ahead? Following this royal rift. The most talked talked about royal couple will take place amongst mere mortals this spring. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex is they'll still be known will now spend the majority of their time in North America America after six weeks Vancouver over Christmas with Little Archie and Megan's Doria they're expected to trade the Rolling Hills in the English countryside for the Canadian in mountains. But where Vancouver where. Megan and Archie are now or Toronto where Megan used to live. And where the couple. I hit it off this week. Meghan already responded doing a very non royal thing picking up a friend from the Vancouver airport. They'll also be swapping stuffy royal functions for perhaps a much more more exciting social life. Judging by their star studded wedding. They going to be more akin to the kind of Hollywood Alastair than royalty now. That's an interesting choice. Because historically take the royal table is being seen as a cut above the Hollywood Alastair capitalizing on their now trademark Sussex royal brand their instagram account boasting millions of followers could be limitless and very lucrative so it now remains to be seen whether they can transcend that previous position unsought of become brand ambassadors for what is then now selling themselves already this week. Meghan met with climate change group called justice for girls and news earlier this month that Harriet arranged a voice over deal with with Disney president. Bob Iger the proceeds of that will go to a wildlife charity elephants without Borders from here on out making their own money while perhaps doing wing even more good molly. NBC News London and now to a story that sounds a lot like the plot of thriller. Missing Art. Mystery has finally been solved. All experts are confirming that this painting discovered hidden inside the wall of an Italian gallery. Last month is an original. It's Gustaf clemes portrait of a lady. It was stolen from the same gallery. twenty-three years ago no one knows who hit it there but the work is now estimated at about sixty six million million dollars when we come back cutting class. How simple trend is helping make a big difference in one school There's good news tonight about the power of a good haircut. An elementary school principal in Delaware has found a surprising way to show his students and how much he cares just before the first bell at Amelia Warner Elementary School in Wilmington Delaware their principal tears Newton. Let's his students know just how much they met in this high-risk community Mutiti with the rising crime rate some message they may not often here because if we don't get a grip on our kids now we're GONNA lose savalas. We'll lose them to graveyards. You will lose on to incarceration and we don't want that done so he's figured out a fun and unique way to connect with the kids next up on your by creating a barbershop on campus my experience as come from the barber shop. And you know you talk. I'm on everyday life experience. We academics me. Tell what behaviors and things. It's called on the community. It's about more than just free. haircuts inspires due in principle Newton. And his students it's a special place for swapping stories while building community confidence. You guys will soon from flat. Tops Fades and waves twice a week longtime educator who grew up in Wilmington gives boys like Brandon Punzo. A fresh look and pep talk. I want you guys to be successful. You gotTa have playing the one on one time making a big difference for Brandon and other boys ace and makes me feel better now. Better behaved and getting good grades to not see them. I see me so my goal is to change. The world is or successful successful. Not just a chance to spruce up but life lessons based on a simple yet profound around philosophy I think honestly no suffix team is huge. Self esteem motivates us to be posited to be governed. So if you look good route you principle. Newton says he's self taught with the clippers. And if you're wondering about the girls at the school wealth he calls in the pros local local hairdressers or staffers. Who specialize in styling there that's NBC nightly news? For this Saturday Jose Dias below reporting from New York. Thank you for the privilege of your time time and good night. WHOA JOSH MEGAWATTS FROM dateline? Do you need your true crime fix on the go. Dateline episodes are now available in podcasts. You can listen in the car or on the beach or wherever the summer. Takes you mysteries with a twist from dateline. Subscribe now so you don't miss an episode.

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Episode: 099 Functional Medicine with Dr. Will Cole

The EVRYMAN Podcast

52:46 min | 1 year ago

Episode: 099 Functional Medicine with Dr. Will Cole

"Member of our first graduating foundations class or cohort might be a better word foundations is the program where we are training men you are listening to the every man podcast my name is Dan Dhoti I have a bunch of good news this week I want to congratulate every single fully end to the best of your capacity this is a facilitator weekend it's a leadership weekend but you also get a wallop of personal transformation along the way as well so that is so speaking about our foundations graduates a speaking about our foundations graduates they will be the individuals heart goes out to you thank you so stinking much for jumping on this rickety old ship with us have another couple cool announced and blown away by their skills at the end of it and really just incredibly grateful and blown away that we could be doing this at the level that we are asked March in Ohio and the G. Q. Article is about a writer who sat in one of our groups for several months in New York City and I actually have not yet speaking from my own truth here not exaggerating that was truly truly truly blown away by every man that came through that training and three years later from where this whole thing started I'm going to be there leading with Owen Marcus Sasha Lucas the whole crew everybody that read them I'm nervous I'm excited I can't wait to get my hands on them but go check him out on the stands they are both out this week Harper's Zeki we have ten twelve something like that left you're going to have to move quickly to get there this is our third anniversary open source it's literally the same weekend it's this week two major articles are dropping out there in the media world one in Harper's magazine and one in g q these are both pretty the in depth a long form articles about us in what we're doing the one in Harper's is about an experience that a writer had at our open source that has been there since the beginning the central team that's been there since the beginning is going to be there and we're going to be now supported with our captains with these foundations graduates who are going to be there and that we have found ourselves at this place in the journey it's it's just remarkable so every single one of you guys that put in the time put in the money put in weekend directly after that's December thirteenth through fifteenth there is some prerequisites here so either you've been to open source or you have done some other pretty deep a quick minute to talk about the events that we have coming up so the next on deck is the first weekend of December we have an open source on the east coast and race Brook Lodge this is the the care that has the passion to to share what we do into use this in a way that aligns with their own genius I my hats off to you we're going to meet now and in the future at our events they're going to be co leading and even very soon leading our major events and so I want to take it being work in your past but if that fits the bill if that's you we have a handful of tickets left there again these are going fast to this melt was thrown up because I think this is where you go once you have got your feet wet once you are a practitioner of sorts and you want to begin to learn to lead a men's group in every man group are to up level what we do really bring the heat so I can't wait to see it in the weekend right after that we have a melt training this is men's emotional leadership training six to eight th of December and I gotta be honest by the time you're hearing this you want to go to that when you're going to have to move really quickly we've sold about forty tickets to that had a wait list of almost thirty men from our last so we're having a hard time keeping up to demand for that event so again if you are interested probably best move pretty quick a couple of other very special events to to announce we have a primitive skills workshop. We did a podcast on that last week if you didn't check that one out I would I've ever been to and this is a primitive skills workshops where the where the main event is building your own bow and Arrow out of raw materials with your hands and this is a perfect analog to the very primal communication work that we do the primal self-discovery that we do back just stop what you're doing go back and listen to that loop tunnel an errand blaner going to be leading a five day event in North Central Montana one of the most beautiful places every single day so we get to get together a group of guys it's going to be building bose is going to be deep dive every man work it's GonNa be cold plunges in the a stave that's what you call it when preparing for a boat he cut down a seven foot chunk of ironwood and Minnesota and he's curing it for me that I hope to turn into it is these primitive skills help a slowdown get in touch with our body and they are like a beautiful antidote to the fast paced world that we're living in cold weather months and we're doing that because this is in the southern most reach of Nevada the Colorado River flows through Lake Mead and at the bottom it opens up and Abo- I can't wait to go there the last one I'm going to announce is a Black Canyon expedition in March Twenty Twenty this is the first wilderness expedition that were running in the this beautiful canyon country we are going to be taking wilderness canoes down on eighty mile stretch of the Colorado River and along the way there are hot springs and there are side canyons to hike there are natural saunas which I've never even heard of before and there's going to be a big group of amazing guys coming to Snow Lake is going to be snowshoeing it's it's it's going to be an incredible time I am doing everything I can to get there as a participant I had my dad cut down way with some lifelong friends and I'll be leading that along with Aaron Blaine and potentially some of our foundation graduates as well lastly by the time this comes up there's GonNa be a couple more events up we're putting up another open source in Joshua tree in February and we are putting up open source on the east coast in April and another or website there's GonNa be you'll probably be attacked by many different ways that we're asking for your email address so if you want to know about these events as they're coming out -gether that are going to get a massive boost for their life and they're going to walk away with an experienced that is probably hard to write about or talk about and they're also going to go his very modern approach both on his knowledge of the human body the way to look at sickness illness prevention all of these things but I'm also really impressed by how he works the majority for in Ohio I don't have the final dates confirmed on those yet but they're coming soon please stay tuned if you're not on our newsletter this is the place to get this information first so go to via Webcam with offices for whole body in natural health I had an amazing time talking to him a big chunk of Dr Calls Work Right now is about in if you're not on our newsletter go on sign up and you'll be the first to know about all of these things as they come out all right that was a massive intro there's a whole bunch of stuff to get through there people take evidence and data and coming up with very very holistic approaches to health Dr Coles tagline and his website is consulting worldwide to introduce our guest on this show it is Dr will he is the host of the Goop Fellas podcast and he is a functional medicine doctor who podcast thank you for your listenership thank you for paying attention thank you for your ears thank you for your time thank you for your care and if you are finding that any of the work he does is through the Internet through small groups and one on one consultations in uses zoom so he's doing very very like sleuth like work he's helping is really taking the world by storm and working with men and their their nutrition and their health from the inside out one of the things I was really impressed with Dr Kohl was it's helpful please share this with anybody that would benefit out of the honest it didn't come out very well it actually pushed me to get an appointment with the functional docked near me because I didn't like what I saw on the results here Goshen is being part of someone's Health Journey and I'm used to really difficult cases complicated cases people that have done I grew up here I moved to Los Angeles my wife's from La out there for a while I love Los Angeles but no I think I'm just being kind of funny flirtation and he has a new book called the inflammation spectrum and to get a little vulnerable here I went on the website and I did the inflammation quiz and I there's some really really cutting edge stuff here Dr Kohl is a great guest and you can find him at Dr Will Dot Com and you can find them at the goop Phyllis Nick just being on the ground with them proverbially speaking and just figuring out what their body love with the body doesn't lie what are the road is rated Pittsburgh is rated one of the most livable cities as far as cost of living access to education and All the all the stuff that are the mets the shoes are anxiety depression fatigue and brain fog things like that and hormonal imbalances to so these are things that I live and breathe in a lovely conventional Western medicine thing and maybe saw a little bit of changes or no changes or they're really kind of stuck and they're looking to see what's is arguably the best city in the world no impartial there but the I see patients around the world via Webcam consult so I could be anywhere but I am in Pittsburgh I can't let that go without a little question is it that it's I mean did you grow up there why is it so good I have not ever heard anybody say that before so that's like a science aspect functional medicine and I I love that and I love the art of functional medicine to in holding space to the person that you're missing from their health puzzle and I love the like getting to the root causes and running labs and looking at all the data and being evidence based and then I love the so much just give us kind of underlying premise here sure so I I'm a functional Medicine Practitioner I see patients around the world via Webcam I heart you mentioned they're part of the art is that you enjoy the ability to listen Between the words are actually hear what a patient has gone through and so locks that are keeping them back from feeling the best looking their best and being their best man I know you're not trying to Dr Will Cole I'm excited to chat today where you come in to us from yeah I'm based in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania doctors clinicians are empathic people and have higher empathy and feel that resonance in the tell me but I'm sold and I think I could ease your services right now I will hold back from from going there but maybe maybe I will get ah the space in between the word so to speak and and realizing what they've gone through and hearing them and truly listening to them as healing and Cathartic for many people too so of like the science of health care whether someone's functional medicine or in Conventional Medicine or whatever they're doing if they are just a chart with numbers on a labs in a sort of referencing our ethos at every man I just recently had a really interesting call with a doctor from the University of Chicago and he's been sitting in the information on your groups of two so all right so just really quickly going to ask you about your books and I wanna get into that stuff elements of this is real and present Oh yeah it's so important because when you take away the humanity and the present moment awareness in our community give us just the the bed rock of you know what moves you what you what your work is based on and why you do it while you care about it well thank you for your time today I'm excited to we'll just we're gonNA dive right in and so can you just give us the basics I for for all the that we can get caught up into as as healthcare practitioner so yeah it's definitely important and you almost I think some of the best healthcare practitioners a being with and and coaching them and and being that guidance and that support system an emotional human zeiler at all to and reading the that both sides of science and the art of functional medicine and most of our patients are Charlotte auto immunity or brain health in the space between you and the patient or the client and and it's interesting because I I see patients mainly alliance you'd think well on the how am I getting that you know what is going on and the more you spend time with them the more you know yeah so that's definitely important how long have you been six in really in a sense bringing his emotional self online and he he shared that in his practice he's been able to rex for determining most livable cities Pittsburgh's normally at one of the top of the list of really good to know I nice so you mentioned you like to writer had been engaged in writing and I know you have a book called Ky-ko -Tarian is that right and then you have an upcoming book called the Space Functional Medicine and it happened pretty quickly so it's been about eleven years that's amazing that's Fred it was not done like really before it was member there's a person and a story and a life and another human behind the labs and behind the data and research and all of the stuff in their hometown they really didn't have access to someone in functional medicine so we were serving that sort of consultant position in their life or the coaching position we were one of the first to do it and then it turned out that now it's more telehealth telemedicine quite common I mean main talk in Kito -Tarian about my journey from being a more conventional Vegan was was whole foods but you know higher carbs and starches and fruits and that the that's really missing the point of why we got into health care so I think that so much so so important to he's like that to the evolution to being fat adapted being Kito doubt did but doing more plant centric way so Vegan Keita really listen in a new way to patient so that's I guess I just say that 'cause it's exciting to hear you mentioned that's in your description of what you do the the human during your practice through Webcam has since the beginning actually it's it was weird it came out pretty early on because I love writing and I wrote really early on in this it's interesting because like the concept of the inflammation spectrum I wrote about it in Kita -tarian and then I knew like that's were I wanted my second book to go based in the budget -tarian option so it is a cookbook is half of the book is recipes and meal plans and pretty pictures and all the things that cookbooks and then the other my first book it's mostly plant-based Genyk book so it's a teaching people how to go kito the clean way and it's the way they I e and inflammation spectrum Before we go to the new one could you just say a couple of words about the last one I'm curious about that so kita -tarian is alleged -Tarian Kito meaning we bring exit in and then PESCA -Tarian Kito which is wild caught fish fresh seafood and all the other plant you this but it definitely was something there was just a necessity from me like giving them a functional medicine perspective early on in the day because they that wasn't done and the on that our body naturally produces in ketosis it's an EPI genetic modulator meaning it does cool things for inflammation it lowers inflammation and down regulate the most out of being Kito -Tarian and eating that way marrying the best of both worlds as far as being kita adopted and doing it in a cleaner plant based the book is like science and practical cal tips and my story and infographics that people can understand the science of an easy to understand way and all I wanted it to be a deep dive into this concept of the inflammation spectrum of of how a inflammation exists on a continuum from mild symptoms like fatigue everything in between on that continuum too so enabled me to talk beyond just catalysis which -Tarian we talked about how Beta hydroxybutyrate the key quays beyond Ketosis so what just really back to kindergarten level here what exactly is inflammation how does present the body what does it do because they're not face to face but it's just palpable as if they were right in front of me because you can kind of now you've talked to people you have enough experience that you just life that it makes us to me I mean people can go run get labs drawn pretty much anywhere right and get those to you. I suppose that today's modern Oh yeah yeah we drop ship labs itself is going through individual climate change of the storm of inflammation that's going on cause inflammation is really the commonality between way and then on the inflammation spectrum it's all the other amazing things that help the combination in up regulate priority oxidant the most things I talked about so the goldilocks principle is the concept that you don't want inflammation to them and they either do the labs at home or they go to a local lab and we find the one in their hometown so they could be almost anywhere Sibal you don't want it too high you don't want to low you WanNa just right when you need it and to calm down you don't need it so the problem with chronic inflammation is instinct things like NFL baby and Mkaku pathway in the NRP three basically all these pathways that are high in people with inflammatory issues. Chris isn't bacteria it's a good part of our defense mechanism in our body but just like anything else in our body and in the world it's all about balance it's the goldilocks Brent about every health problem we face as a society today I mean you look at autoimmune conditions and diabetes and heart disease and cancer to things that don't Exac- or brain fog and then on the other end of that inflammation spectrum is you know full blown health problems where diagnosed and they're giving a medication all and then seem inflammatory to the common person like anxiety and depression fatigue and brain fog these are the scientific literature suggest either full right and they don't really know what it is so it's important to talk about inflammation is a product of the immune system it it's a good thing in balance fights and I think there is a connection even on a symbolic level but if not in a direct way what's going on as far as climate change is concerned in the inbound. I don't WanNa do low but you want it just right so at that applies to the microbiome like bacteria in our gut that applies to mation level is what is linked to all of these different health issues so it's my job as a functional medicine practitioner to find out what's driving and the amazingness of human body to restore itself when you give it the ability to do so and then hopefully one inflammatory issues or at least having an inflammatory component to them So all the things we do in our life like the foods that we are not eating our exposure to talk ah keystone and being hostess lower that inflammation and up regulates pro antioxidant pathways so that was like as a functional medicine practitioner what Excites Me Meon Disorders of like many different sizes but some some really extreme stuff is that is that new wants to get them healthy and to overcome these things together it's a sense of accomplishment sense of just the power of the human spirit going on in the earth that same imbalance is going on a micro level in these people I mean the people are people like an including ourselves the human race I'm just not casually but With a pretty big sadness she has she listed off than a dozen female friends of hers that have automated sorry before you go to the chronic inflammation the the goldilocks principle actually haven't heard that before what does that mean Oh yeah so you know the children's tale they get give us a a master kindergarten class on yeah yeah it's definitely important to start with and I don't think it's elementary in that way said most people here I think part of it's better diagnostics and catching things but that's only a small part of it because you can look at them that that inflammation or what's driving that imbalance that's causing inflammation so that's stuff that I love it's it's fun to do it with me Best Lewis goes on and on she motives but basically total destruction before you've been aware innocent but very very high levels of exactly since our stress levels are sleep are physical activity all of these things are constantly dynamically instructing inflammatory responses in the body and this hyper it's like criteria for diagnosis for autoimmune diseases just to give you an idea like you have to have seventy percent destruction of the Myelin Sheath and then that on average that HAP- that the by the time someone's diagnosed the things were brewing the inflammation storm was brewing about seven to ten years prior to that diagnosis meaning someone's diagnosed it didn't happen overnight. It was taking up to a decade prior to that diagnosis so no matter where serves protective coating layer before it shows up on imaging study and they call it Ns and then you have to have ninety percent destruction of your dreams we are awareness has just shifted is there do you have a sense of like overall human health and where things are going trans and maybe this this might not be oh I mean it it seems to me I'm very Malay- person at this kind of stuff but it does seem to me that the landscape of what's affecting people have shifted or me and to be facilitators to be high level facilitators what we do it's a six month program and we just got done we got done with the graduation weekend and I right through it and restore its helpful absolutely what do you see so one thing last night my wife and I were talking for went to bed and she mentioned really have a full blown. I see ten like autoimmune disease like it's diagnosis both diagnosis code but it somewhere on this autoimmune inflammation spectrum because in most cases so whether it's improving your health you know twenty percent or fifty percent or one hundred percent it's still moving in the right direction depending on how long you been gone. Research estimates have fifty million Americans have an autoimmune disease but millions more some are on this autoimmune inflammation spectrum that had talked about in the book where they don't necessarily biochemistry to improve our health dramatically and that's really the message of inflammation spectrum meek consulting patients is that we have so much influence on our health hormones you don't want hormone therapy prior to low you don't want inflammation to be high to low but just right and then on a macro level you don't you want environmental balance the question we have to take very far but I'm curious I think it's without a doubt growing you can't look at the statistics say that it's not growing through your health issue or what you're up against or everybody everybody's different obviously but I have seen like most of my patients are going to really really you have any agency on their health but you're absolutely right I mean there's it's it's staggering how many women and how many era on this inflammation spectrum is really okay what can you do now and get your health back as much as it can be in most cases we will a lot of influence on love it's even an option for them because oftentimes don't even know that they have options in their healthcare they're just told take medications you in six months and there's really no conversation that not too hot not not too hot not too cold the just right so goldilocks principle is my may it may not even be thing I have been saying it for eleven years so I feel it's a thing it's it's definitely a hopeful story then I mean no matter what cocktail of stress and Chitty come in with like there's there's a way to find these things for a long time and they have dramatic dramatic improvements on their health with simple lifestyle changes it's not a quick fix but these are things that people need to be mindful the statistics the Mo- it's very much women outnumber men for autoimmune conditions. I think it's like ten to one or something like that it's very much lands before it fits the criteria for conventional medicine to call Addison's disease or autoimmune adrenal disease similar numbers for CEAC disease and all sorts clydes and krones at loop kids are getting autoimmune conditions and men to Armenta was my next question are men getting them or does it differently or what is what is that Mo more women than men and the reason being is a few theories out there one is it's x chromosome linked and women have two x chromosomes physically they're going to be higher rate of that the other possibility something called Micro Climber Ism which is basically when women are pregnant back let us know how this can be better for you what things you'd like to hear about guess you'd like to have we'd love to hear from you say yeah I mean can you Kinda clearly say yes I have a large inflammation loader I don't how do we know entity not every inflammatory problem is has autoimmune component so the differences auto immunity is when the immune system actually tags certain parts of the body with antibodies and then the immune system attacks it inflammation is just a state of higher IMF immune response meaning reactivity in the body's not necessarily attacking it's going to present the same way but it is just happening less than men but it's still happening higher than ever in so it's component to the thyroid and then there's other examples obviously with MS and other things like that. I see many men with neurological immunity to so it's to this is definitely not just a woman issue there are a few autoimmune conditions like ankylosing spondylitis like spinal inflammatory response where the joints so I think it's important to differentiate between inflammation auto immunity where most autoimmune conditions are inflammatory but not every inflammatory is automation holy Shit this is happening for me this is real especially been happening since my kids were born especially since my second one was born the the pathway is we know that most women you know more auto autumn unity is definitely women centric over men pretty high bar to be called that you're talking about maybe just a an inflammation load and I don't know if that's the right language or not but for for guys listening to in targeting a specific Part of the body with antibodies antibodies like flags for destruction so you can measure inflammations way more common than just and so like what are some of the just sort of like gut checks or or just immediate checks in the present moment guys can is there a way to it'll be recycled out but sometimes that does not happen and there's there's something called Molecular Mimicry can happen and you know some women will say during the what what is the general presenting a structure if there is such a thing for men in terms of information visit this differently does it show up differently pregnancy they noticed that was like the onset of symptoms and then you have this different hormones during that time too which can trigger it but I think that whatever the the immunity which is hard to believe when you look at the amount of people with autumn unity but there is a type two diabetes or heart disease or cancer now thing we need to talk about because it's impacting more and more people sadly yet and so if we scaled back the sort of severity down from the auto it mean which he said has says most of those aren't classified conventional medicine as having an autoimmune component or being autoimmune conditions so I do believe there are certain examples when they those two as well have an autoimmune component to them and some researchers are looking at the pathways but for all intents purpose did this is there any I mean because I speak for myself here I I sit on your website and had this conversation with you and unlike absolutely isn't happening in less in men but I don't want to underplay what's happening with men right now I mean I see more men than ever with autumn unity so it's definitely growing for men walk together in the spine that is Mormon centric there are a few examples like that where it statistically it is higher in men but even the ones that are predominantly women it's still impact I think so for example I see autoimmune thyroiditis like a Hashimoto's disease autoimmune thyroid problems icy many men with that they have thyroid antibodies and they have been automated then women and same goes for heart disease and different types of cancer it's really abysmal but these are inflammatory so how people can check we're and science right now is like type. Two diabetes is not necessarily an autoimmune component. But it's inflammatory you have inflammation of the insulin receptor sites it's blunt the hormone insulin getting on the receptor site and it's causing a higher glucose or higher triglycerides and the bodies insulin resistant and research estimates that fifty percent with that two ways one is you can do it you're let's say three ways one is just checking in with yourself I have of the United States has insulin resistance so that's quite a high number and it was either Metabolic Syndrome or prediabetes diabetes many men I mean it's more man has time goes on and on and and his science kind of catches up with the pathways and looks at the mechanisms we'll find out actually more of these common things do have autoimmune components but flammarion spectrum so we're looking at things like hormone health and blood sugar health and detox health and brain health and just upheld all of these sort of systems on the location APPS and getting objective data from from labs and I would suggest maybe all three for people who need it but things like c reactive protein is an inflammatory spectrum that I talk about and the second level will be getting a proper health history from from somebody and then the third would be running last worker that's one way to gauge inflammation we want to under one functional medicine so the American Heart Association the CDC have ranges what we are looking at more or less sub diagnostically meaning we don't have labs but there are pointers to suggest that there may be an inflammatory component so it goes through systems on the a gut centric inflammation things like intestinal permeability or leaky gut syndrome and chronic stress. I mean there's there's mental emotional things that act inflammation stress brings up inflammation it sort of the the junk food of the mind that will raise inflammation up just like a junk food will so we have to look at not just the physiological things that drive inflammation but also the mental emotional lifestyle things that will also impact physiology inflammatory cascades and the body so looking at chronic infections like a chronic bacterial issues viral issues or mold exposure week categorize things from a case where it up standpoint of like upstream and downstream like what are the things that are causing the ripple effect of and where you're inflammation levels are but as the doc if run up a full panel of of stuff and you get it back I mean how much information in and have normal CRP so definitely not the totality of gauging inflammation someone's body but it's a simple inexpensive lab that most people can get you don't need a function but there are well all of the interrupt you I what I was Gonna ask those so perfect cardiovascular inflammation heart inflammation but there's a lot of things that will drive CRPF will bring that inflammatory up but see one of information for sure I think we mogole from functional medicine standpoint is to get multiple labs perspective from their vantage point like what's going on is just one type of inflammation or one source of inflammation it's a surrogate lab for something called Interleukin six which is another problem flannery cider kind but you can have a state of Inflammation acquisitive inflammation spectrum book people can take that's I just adapted from questions that I ask patients or we have the quiz on our website to for free go to whether it's fatigue depression or an auto immune condition and what's underneath the hood is going to be different from person to person amazing doing things like fatigue and brain fog and anxiety and depression and it's my job to find out what it is for the individual because all the depression the anxiety is for me is a check engine light WanNa under seven high levels of Messina inflammatory to and other tests like that so you can run labs are going to see more or less like get snapshots in time as we like to separate mental health and physical health in our modern Western world but mental health is physical health and there are physiological mechanisms that are going on dry your wilco dot com and they don't even need to get the bulk of they don't want to and just take the quiz themselves in it adapted from questions that we ask patients on a clinical level to going to see are you going through like how clear is it to you I'm guessing you just get a ton of information back helping people from that point is that Oh yeah it's I just want and sort of helped or shift in people's physical health in the with inflammation in mind what would that be what would the first big thing you could do take me as an example of mid to late thirties fairly healthy what what do you think is the what's the biggest driver of eighties autoimmune conditions they are largely improvable and supportable inhalable with lifestyle issue with lifestyle changes so I would say it's definitely get this is probably not a very good question Nancy anyway would you say just thinking about average normal adults no medicine doctor for it even though we do run for patients you can get anybody your PCP or gpt to run that homocysteine is another one we I think that everybody needs to eat so it's it's one of those things that it's a major driver of inflammatory problems in the United States I think the the easiest way to to look at that and looking at a low hanging fruit so to speak of what we have access to it would be food being components to triggering these genetic predispositions for auto immunity which again have been around for a long time but why are they being awoke like never before food and then I would say like a close second would probably be like stress levels and I don't mean that in like the like human all the defeat fatigue is just check engine light we know the check engine light on but why and you can have one hundred people with whatever health is you're talking about that is the case for a so many chronic health problems 'cause you look at the numbers of these health issues we're talking about heart disease cancer hello Switzerland meal benign food that's doing nothing it's serving it's other feeding inflammation or fighting feeing health of feeding health problems and it's it's this mismatch between genetics and epigenetics it's there are genes are biochemistry which haven't changed ten thousand years we are like bombarding ourselves with so the foods were eating the foods or not eating meaning like what nutrients are we missing from food but also what what food is feeding inflammation because there's healthy balanced yet and our genes haven't caught up with all this development that's happened in a short period of time so that's what researchers in this autoimmune space are kind of looking at as at least what's in part because if this onslaught of stressors that were getting too much too soon so I think stress and if you want to third thing I'd say toxins which is another broad disorder chronic stress all the time with really poor circadian rhythms are not getting good sleep or not getting restorative sleep run our technology too much and we don't have version they're cleaning products these things are also things that are linked to triggering things like autoimmune conditions and diabetes et Cetera so those would be the top things I would say not really dismiss her but just like all right whatever but I'm really starting to think like she's right first of all that term environmental stuff it's our water supplies or food supplies depletion of nutrients contamination depletion of of nutrients in the soil that food is grown mation Diet is it stress can you is that even a logical question what if there was one of the ask it this way if there was one thing you could wave I probably didn't good things for me totally and I think in some ways we are guinea pigs we don't know the long term effects of most of these things science hasn't caught up with the but take the things you can control and start making more conscious informed decisions on how you live your life so back to the low hanging fruit it's you know as sort of a a bonehead guy you know when I I sorta got into that I would dismiss it would dismiss her or empty calories then start with leaning into whole

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Experiencing a first time challenge with Ann Bernard

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Experiencing a first time challenge with Ann Bernard

"Welcome to the Dave Thomas. Show the PODCAST FIVES RESTORES and awakens. Your innermost capability. You have the training and the talent to succeed but do you have the guts to fail. I love what I do. We love what you do. You want to be the best at it today about the power you you will change to find your fat to success through the journey of those who have succeeded and now your host Dave pomme. Hey welcome back to the farmer show and very exciting guests with me today. She's a monster. A First Time Ciro entrepreneur world traveler and adventure and podcast and Bernard. Welcome to the day Palmer show thank you for having me they welcome. You're welcome as I say to all my guests and we we have some kind of a few similarities In terms of not doing the same job but Sabathia very heart Y- from mines job using the Marines a belief yes and you spend Amos a similar time as I'd in the fire service and the uniforms frontline so yeah. What was that like Marines? It was a challenge in that. Why what's why join. I turned eighteen in boot camp in love with the Marine Corps. I was a freshman in high school. Yeah decided that's what I want to do. My mom teachers friends everybody but my dad and my principal were hoping that I would change my mind. Like I would outgrow my desire. Wanted to be a marine. But I did it and you spend pretty much The Ho- span of What you could really do. Twenty Five Years Twenty. Four years is a long time. You know yes ended up being sixteen on active duty. So there's all right can time. Yeah but yeah you're still in the organization won you all counts doesn't it? Yes yes absolutely. Can't yeah yeah. Yeah I mean that's a little bit nafari prevention which wasn't so much frontline going checking. Dole's down cutting talking. We say like that. So Yeah I'm excited Similarities because You know it's not really a proper time you join. It probably wasn't great for women politics so I enlisted in one thousand nine hundred five again right out of high school. I was once out of Highschool Joya and things have drastically changed and Alas Twenty four years twenty five year since since I joined a lot more considerations to what it's like to be a woman not just in the Marine Corps boy in the military and having our voices heard and having it be more supportive and obviously a big breakthrough opening up all to combat jobs to women before the Congo. An affront. I'm Blah Blah Blah in. It's not only in America. Safe is not so country so so if I was twenty five years younger I would do and go enjoy it in your respective or the politics as we all know that we don't want our data now. I just wanted to give a little perspective of how we can share this show. Everyone today in a row become in us by is also helping people achieve and their potential and move forward which is kind of what your your businesses about. Free six five. It's it's kind of your coach into do something for the first time and a good business. Isn't it really a quite unique? Yeah so the three six five. I challenge it's a nap. And it's all about encouraging people to start their journey of first time and you experiences and there are tremendous benefits to adding novelty in your experiences into your life but also learning how to slice and dice. Your goes into first times so that you know how to release dopamine to have the inspiration and motivation to keep going and achieve the things that you WANNA do. So that's it. I'm very excited about this. And the possibilities out to the SHRUB to self help south development industry because it was time for it to be a lot more action oriented might so I? You know talk doesn't get done you have. You have to take actions and there are certain actions that you can take. There are really gonNA outlive eight. Who you are and who you become and this is what this is about. And it's a book that leads so it's not about focusing on what you gotTa do before You Die. Stop maximizing how you lives well okay well before we get to how you got there. We'd lots talk about your life relied journey and ups and downs and before you even join the military And one of the questions a lot to ask what you can answer later on. This is where you are for people your breaking point so they don't need to have this Subway we'll get into that later but you could bear that in mind while you're talking about how you went to the side. Yeah style my childhood. It's not you know what I grew up to believe and be in. I'm originally from Canada. So okay whereabouts so I was born in Edmonton up in the province of Quebec and Saint George insecure back. Yeah City well. Well police and fire games there. Oh that's fine yeah. Yeah so went on top of the hill where the canons are. Yeah yes very well stated Montrealers. Were Actually Nice. Nice great cities but anyway we're sidetracking. Yeah so that's where you grew up as a kid. Is that what you're saying? Yes so so. Let's let's let's go through and what will happen in life than so before you military you went to high school and so you went to school in Canada. No Oh so we moved. We moved to Massachusetts Massachusetts at the beginning of my sixth grade year. So Frenchman's was my first language so my first day of school. I knew not a word of English English a French. You mean Quebec French. Yes Oh wow okay. Because I was incubate. Nobody wanted to speak English me but they can't speak English they just so we'll know everyone you know about is politics thing. Isn't it again especially when I grew up you didn't learn English? I mean yeah. It's a deliberate thing. Isn't it really? It's not a garage and well anyway. I don't want to go into that again. But Sir okay rather view listeners will know you know what you mean by. You didn't know any English when you went to America. Yes so my yes. My first school didn't know anything and so I had my system. One of my youngest sister's she got dropped a grade and then she got putting supposed to be in third grade. She got dropped a second grade. I was starting sixth grade so the school system. They got me a tutor and I had from September to December to learn from. You know baby all the way up to sixth grade. English allow outside three months. Howard again to learn how to do that. So it's six nine or ten. Wow Okay yes. That's a big thing. Yes so it was. It was very intense three months so all day long. I was with my my tutor. Then I would get home and my step mom had his book and I had to learn new Tabarre and I was not allowed to go to bed until I knew all the words and I can tell you a lot of stories. My step mom. I absolutely love and adore her but she was extremely strict and she's a disciplinary and there is no so for me when I when I got the boot camp was like nothing. My step mom that was in the military as well so And it was still part of the British empire and it was was an independent. It's like well not Canada. You know used to be Britain. Salting so Disciplinary Auditing Slight Rating. It was act for me. My my childhood there was not and parents were divorcing. There's drama there was not it was not a very supporting and loving environment. I mean it was a very displinary. I was the oldest girl of five total six kids outage chores responsibilities. You know for me. It's not that I didn't get to be a kid but I didn't get to be the kid that I wanted to be and I don't like I didn't get to fill that security of what it's like to feel secure in a relationship and love. So that definitely started shaping you know who I became Rasi and the Marine Corps. Now Looking back. It has a huge appeal to me because it offered me the opportunity to travel the world to be really challenge but it also offer me the fastest opportunity to leave home and be on my own life and that was completely ready to do that. Your very early on so I guess I mean so the closest it's also causes because some people join other jobs to do that but as I say probably would done the similar thing but I joined the fire service instead of but I still got my own place in the end you now. I want to be independent in the same way. But Morocco's offering you a bit more of they give you a place to live so you don't worry about Fong place in the end. He traveled a Welsh unite. The the military but it doesn't downfall so well that's kind of a motive for your joints the ministry for his. It was weird like that's one of my teachers weren't behind me doing that because I was top. Ten in my class I was class. President did sports like I was. I had that college resume and teachers like why are you not asking us? The letter recommendation was closer. You're applying to they. I'm not I'm joining the Marine Corps. And they really thought I was wasting. My potential joined the Marine Corps. But I also I hadn't had no clue all I knew was that while I also want to be A. I was a leader in my class in. I didn't want to be to college and be surrounded on this like the same kind of people I mean. I was ready to make things happen like you know. I think that's always been in my personality. I'm a doer. Get it done. I'm making yes. Oh the Marine Corps. That's that's one of the big reason. Why the Marine Corps really appealed to me and then take long while you know. I found myself in key. Leadership positions in the Marine Corps. Okay there are a lot of challenges it was very fitting for. You know who I was and I had to fight for the things that I wanted. Probably more than you know men had to amount to. I ended up getting it. I just I put for but that made me you know all the struggles the battles all the you know. I have zero problem. Adversity Lick like conflict. As it doesn't bother me and always I hate. I hate drama in. I rather not have conflict yet. You know you step up to me you're GONNA have a pretty powerful wall is different. Different again is different inside how people move up the leadership. Levinson some prefer to be at the frontline off. Even think I would ever leave the front line in Tron. Do some kind of officer training or wherever you know after ten years in front of Tron Governor Promotion and enduring organized but Often have relief. You're going to have that belief unite wasn't up in the have that drive really I mean that was one of the things. As soon as I've I as soon as I join. I knew it was going to become an officer up getting America's Commission for years after joining. It became a second lieutenant. So that again you know. That's I got to my first news station. I started going to school at night and I proved myself and then I applied for the program and well. There was some adversity in there. The first program applied for it then have my citizenship yet. 'cause I Green Card but you're not doing this on the on the Green Cardi. Yes you're just limited because you can't get a security clearance so you're living okay area so once. I got my citizenship. I applied for different program. I got for that and a few months later I was driving across country. Going from twenty nine Palms California to Quantico Virginia go to officer Candidate School Royal See. I mean the conflicts isn't really so much you just find for promotion. And they sent you sound strong woman that would have been around different female firefighters some some chiefs now but they wouldn't have been when I first joined in nineteen ninety. Join Tonight nine th they. They definitely got their as there was some we find as well. But that's not really in the real issue was that there was some that just for managed just bright fruit just with the with personality. Was they promote to fight for it both days whereas now and it was it was a it was a lot of like. I was fighting tooth and nail everything. It'd be honest I didn't realize how cut like on the enlisted side. It's one way when it became an officer then I got to see how exactly cutthroat it was in the discrimination on. The offside was intense than anything. I had encounter on listed side and so it became again a constant like fighting for every saying and I had to battle so after the cans coal we go to the basic school. And it's like a six months. So every marine is a basic riflemen and every officer is a basic platoon commander. So we go to six months of training and I graduate. Oster stir cans Cooler Pelvic Strauss stress facture and at the basic school ended up hurting my ankle. Really bad so now. I was at a science home as a stretch the pelvic so it was like the pelvic stress factor healed and so now. I'm battling all these injuries and mentally. It was taking a huge toll on me because the people that I graduated with were moving forward and I kept being held back and the doctor with a stress factor was telling me that's never gonNA he'll like it's over for you and I review like I refuse to data and the same thing when I hurt my ankle. It was during a major filled event. And my you know the company commander was like. Hey Lieutenant you know good to me and you know it's refusing to accept that it could be a fight like a bring me back out there You know I can make it happen. And so they're a lot of times where you know people weren't seeing it. But here's your colleagues around your team. I mean that's that's important isn't really pertains behind you with that. Well they they saw the fight in me out. There are times where they're part of. Who I was fighting but there are other times where it's like. They saw the fight in me. How badly I wanted it you know I was not in for any kind of a free ride so and I I have no problems proving my like some people have issues with having to prove themselves. I don't care because I know I'm GONNA my like. I know what I'm capable of what I can do and I know at the end of the day all end up proving you know myself. That's that's what you need out of me. I mean I took over certain platoons or certain section. You know all male sections and you know they didn't want me there but by the time I left by the time I left there in tears and you know they just can't believe what an impact in difference. I was able to make in the work environment for them. And so you know that's why I never bothered me when I show up and somebody who doesn't want me there. It's just time before that sunny one word. It's your fire listening listening to how you're talking now nine. Even we've out. And the thing is that obviously transfers onto the actual battleground itself we call it a firebrand of sleep so for you you had that mindset. We're ready to go out to battle to to deal with conflict whether there was this which is really actually. That's that's why ended up resigning. My Commission in the Marine Corps is because they wouldn't semi Iraq. The Oh some people don't WanNa guy hit on a ton like why am I marine from not? GonNa get put in the fight so I had just returned from Japan and I was trying to go to unit that was supplying out to Iraq. And was that in two thousand and five. I had I got requested by name but his organization within the Glory. I ended up getting there. There's nothing for me to do. And you know there are opportunities to go to Iraq and they wouldn't let me go at telling my boss that Hey I'm I'm done all resign. And he's like your life for record. No I on miserable. Yeah this is not you know I can do more than and I ended up. I ended up dropping my papers and then I got a call to go st the commanding officer and he was like you still want to go to Iraq and I was like yeah like what will send you so there were hoping sending me would that come back. I would change my mind about leaving the Marine Corps but it was it was just it was too late. It was just you know. Why did they wait this long when it costs them? Nothing to you know. Let me have what I needed. And then served the Marine Corps in that capacity. So I. Yeah that's when I left active duty. This one yes after sixteen years. That's at my ten year mark. Oh I so. The semi ten year mark and then I started pursuing my entrepreneurial endeavors. Now remember I you know. I left the Marine Corps. I had fought but I had accomplished a lot in that proven myself. So when I left the Marine Corps. I had no clue what I was getting myself into. Starting my own business lost my higher family my network. You know everything that I knew since I was seventeen years and years later complain. What's want the slate clean? Yup come over and I pursued it with the same vigor. That pursue everything. He was a big learning curve and I started learning. The thing is back then. Nothing like it is now but there were no resources to help me. Maltreat them from any sort of resource to help me. There are no organization that supported veterans. The way that they do now especially you know starting on business and all that stuff. So is all learn on their goal. Learn on the fly I didn't know what I didn't know and I started accounting failure like and it was really. I was used to putting in the fight in the hard work but ultimately succeeding Noun putting the fight. The hardware comes struggling on fighting and unfailing started really impacting. Me and this is where I tell people about. You know. I'll give you my breaking point so you don't need to have yours because the darkness that started surrounding me as I kept failing and not addressing it. It was one now. It's stay focus. You fail you. You know you figure out what you did wrong. You grow your improve and tackle it again. You go at it again. But then you fell again and people don't understand about failure. You know the different type of failures. There is process and procedure failure. There's personality issue failures right. So different things that's leading you to failing to dissect all of that and figuring out you know. Why isn't this working out? And I'm as being taking advantage of an people still do that now but you know especially again lakme information back then. You know you're not you're poor and you have a vision and you so ambitious you know. You're you're excited so when somebody says hey I WANNA help you. You believe they actually want to help you. Not Take advantage of you. The truth is many out there to take advantage of you so I got taking taking advantage of in many different ways and then you know I thought dealing with men in the military was difficult in the business world. That was even worse now so had been competition. Well no not just a competition but I had people making meetings with me under the wrong pretenses like they weren't interested in like my services. Yeah so now you end up in all these situations and you're like what the right so again for me. I'm addressing all of that straight up but it's like I'm not being taken seriously and I'm not used to quite frankly at this point because of everything had done the Marine Corps not being taken seriously So I was spiraling down each everything was stacking up and I was down and I was not addressing it and I started getting really angry and actually like furious like I mean it was really deep stuff happening in my soul and I was also becoming very suicidal. Think I couldn't trust myself to leave the house suicidal because just I didn't like everything I was trying. Nothing was working out so I did. I mean I like was running out of options. I didn't know what to do. I didn't know where to get help at the time. I had a really horrible relationship where my family I mean. There was like no support network so ended up going completely broke lost. Everything lost my townhouse of A friend had to let me borrow some money so I a room and that's one another friend like hey an you're still in the Marine Corps like no. It's been three years on. I haven't done anything with the Marine Corps like I'm not still in the Marine Corps is like no you still so we went back and forth and argued a little bit and he turned out to be right. I was still the inactive ready reserve because I had never I had never resigned out of the reserve. I'm only resigned now. The active duty for many reserve when you leave military. Yeah but yes. Yeah well as an officer your your reserve at first and then you get opted to active duty rum's so different than on the list. It's awesome okay so Yeah so I ended up going back to the Marine Corps on. It's like temporary active duty orders and allowed me to get some some money back in but then that was very different because I was at the same person anymore. I was just seventy year old. That drank wait. Now's the one that had three years of struggling of game of knowing what's like to be on your own video knocked off too often military. But he was doing the military. Didn't realize that well. No I mean you know in the military. You're you're you do some some tough stuff but you get paid on. The first of the fifteenth and your leadership chain of command is always there to bail you out. Take care of you know help you will now. I knew what it was like to be completely on my own. I knew that you know what life is like. When you don't get paid on the first on the fifteenth when you don't have health care where you know have these different. Thanks so I have a much different perspective now than everybody else who you know have been in court you know for twelve twelve fifteen years and they don't realize like you're in the extremely supportive you know environment anyway. I appreciate it more when you went back them really off the not ready different minds. It was just different. It was good to be back but I do like it reflected back to me that I was not the same person anymore. And that was you know I was even more outspoken. We can see with more a lot of different things because he's angry or just just spell the anger the anger was there like the like the anger the confusion you know something is not right. I had nothing had nothing to lose rights of Snow Lake. I was not planning was not playing on. I was just like temporarily there this. You're not going to be like full thing for me. Except he gave your spice to to work out what to do next. Yes it did and I ended up. Leaving ended up moving to New Orleans had started another business too so in the hadn't quite closed down but I moved to New Orleans to the big easy on the beginning of two thousand nine and it looked like things. Were picking back up right so I was getting out of that. Had some money coming in. I'm in New Orleans Mardi Gras at like you know all this good stuff and I had met someone you know. I'm thinking this is going to be a great relationship and so things are looking good and I'm thinking I've turn to new chapter well. I hadn't quite done that. Everything started going to crop again and because the thing was being back in the Marine Corps is providing me a lot of stuff but I was not in a good i. I wasn't working for good bosses job. That was saying I wanted to go back out and do my own thing again. Entrepreneur fire was burning shaw relationship. I was in ended up not being good at all so back to failing again and being miserable because I was not at all where I wanted to be in in ice still just did not know how how like I you know I changed my environment. I changed my circumstances. But why is everything so horrible in the way that I really got to see? How insanely angry I was my. The Guy was engaged with at the time. He wanted a dog and he he ended up. We ended up getting this dog little. Yeah he's laying on my feet now used to go to poke and when we got him he was a rescue. He was not socialized dog and he was scared of everything. I would take him out on walks and he was scared and I would get so angry that the thought of hurting him cross my mind. And that's what I realize. Oh my God. There's something drastically wrong with me that I am so angry that I would hurt an innocent animal. That is just scared and so I you know I made a deal. Mrs. Names Little Man with Little Man. I said you know I'm I'm GonNa love you. I'm going to be there for you so you have somebody that you can trust. You have a home and you know. I'm going to work through my anger issues like I'm GonNa figure out what the heck's going on with me okay. And that's now getting close to that breaking point that that I mentioned yeah what I asked. You a question so my the guy I was with ended up walking out and I was. You know dealing with injuries. I had on a lot of weight with the job. I I mean I just broke everything. Everything wants. Yeah I didn't know I mean I I had worked so hard and had Phillip. I had screwed up my life so badly for me. You know at this point. I'm still battling being suicidal. But I was also being exposed to a lot of saying about face and Christianity and the path that shows I gave my life over to God. Hey you know you create a me for reason. You had to play for me. I don't know what it is but clearly that's not the past mall on and so I gave him my life over to God in drastically changing for me because I mean on on sailing down the sort of meditation. Mindfulness Real. Don't do it all the time but I saw in combined it with my my fitness and similar counterfeiting things went wrong Khanna snowballed to a point where I don't miss a breaking point but you know everything is clear mentally and emotionally gets a point where it's all these something bad at that you find something to sort of the way usually it's it's faithful national something that push out while the biggest thing about faith and the path that I chose so and you know no matter what your faith belief system is. You just know that that's what it was for me. I'm not trying to sell to you discussed now. No no I'm just saying I'm just saying that there is something you can find too young for so as a Christian you know they tell you you have to die to yourself right that you do haniel life over to God. That was like two years of because I was. My identity was dispersant that had thought that has struggle. That you know had had victories I was the I was driven out of this vicious entre entrepreneur. You know this person I was going to make it big like how envisioned myself and Gowda was like now like I. You have to let go of all of that like all my identities drop one of the biggest things that you know happened in my life right. After I gave my life to God. Was You know I would started working on healing my relationship with my family? I went home for Christmas for the first time in ten years. You know. There's a lot of forgiveness that was a lot of you know that's in the past. Let's move forward and work on our relationships and that that was huge for me but also began this journey of all the things that had wanted to do that hadn't done so I got back in great shape in my first bodybuilding show. I will act all to get my bachelor's degree. Oh and then eventually you know again with the Marine Corps then I found myself going to Germany getting ended up spending two years. There ended up traveling all over Europe ending up in all these new places and WALLOWS L. These in new places I should try new things and doing these things and you places easing experiences and frogs. And it's still not that. When I went to France Paris will go to Paris. Paris didn't but apparently people like I kept being ask for directions. They're really funny story. I'm fluent in something then. It doesn't mean United States at one time. I could understand where somebody would think. I was local just walking around carrying dog food. I had forgotten to bring little vance food and so I went like miles walk miles. Mousa find a pet store Bernie was. I'm walking back and gentleman. Stop me to ask me where the Eiffel Tower was really requests. Because as where the heck are you could see them like walk into like? It's right. There trump connor who trying new things while these guys Europe and severe is around Matthew. So it's you know I'm completely now detach from having like from all those identities and I'm just exploring life I'm living like I am fully living life and I'm loving it and you know the anger is gone. All the stuff is gone and I'm feeling myself like changing like actually becoming the person I imagined myself to be and when I left Germany I took a year and I just continue to travel. I wrote a couple of bucks. I'll and one of the biggest things that that remember. Where told you for my childhood. I never really like learn how to feel secure and relationships develop relationships so it was becoming very important to me to be able to open up more to be able to connect with people on a deeper level so in my traveling I started doing all these AIRBNB and now people you know opening up their homes to me in the process because I would spend a week with them you know while storing a little host family or something just just unlock of both built mixture of now. I was like it. They were there some in a room in their house. And I'm connecting with all these people on this on this journey. I'm doing all these things I never done before. I'm seeing all these places and again I'm just like loving it so it's like about seven years of just I lived in like I was spectacle used basically almost living out on my car and wherever I you know I found myself. I spent a summer crossing Canada and I was just hiking mountain biking camping It was an epic trip. I wanted to know visit the homeland where I was from and I didn't. I was not I was free. I was free and I was loving loving loving life. Mar relationship with life had completely changed in Jersey. A first time in new experiences was growing me. I was learning. I was overcoming. Any sort of self-limitation ever thought it was like Oh. I'm just GONNA try that. I'm just GonNa try that but the thing is is different because you in the Ministry of US traveling with the military you still traveling experience different things in a different way to have traveling in Europe again. I mean we asked so this is I'm traveling on my own again. There's there's nobody's GonNa you know nobody who's GonNa come in Bel Mel Bell. Meow financial although saying with someone into airbnb. Kinda give you that benefit by go missing the contrast to eat. I'm supposed to be back and especially outside the horrible way but now anyone traveling Ma disenchanting well around boiled as well. But if the Southeast Asia is quite popular thing yeah so because I I was stationed on Okinawa for three years so I did a lot of traveling Southeast Asia while I was there. Yeah I didn't that's not I have to admit that's not your favorite place though. Your Cup of tea to say in English. Why do I WANNA go back? 'cause I WANNA go back I wanna I wanNA do attract nineteen doing the Paul I that far north pro-beijing either Beijing or new daddy up into last year. That's about as not up in in in nature but it does get cold. Yeah Spears that part of the world and I mean not wrong I have. I have some fascination which I like you'll see especially being tech startup. I don't some point in my on my end up in China. Whatever. Open that but it's not up on my list. Yeah well let's move onto your business. Now because the mets solvency what was leading onto you start trying new things really as as a solid traveler and so it had such a huge massive impact on my life. When so those seven years of doing that? I got to the point where it was like man. I'm having an amazing time. But I'm not Tarsha. When my contribution to society what my legacy is going to be so that entrepreneurial spirit kind of started bubbling back up to the surface and it's like I have something to offer the world and I have been on this journey. I have had oldies experiences in. I have learned so much from them. How can I share that with other people? How can I make it really easy for them to embark on their own journey or go the APP? Why create the APP because it makes it so much easier For you to create your less and sent to get out there but the other thing that I I realized I don't need to be traveling in different places at home I can do things I've never done before you know. It doesn't have to be these huge. Massive things can be little sayings people overlook and not realize you know I. I love learning a plane. You board games loves cooking different types. Well that's that's why I I should cook as much as I should. But if different say this cooking method you know yeah. That's that's that's cool. That's that's that's fun. I liked being exposed to a lot of novelty and I wasn't. I wasn't like that originally. And that's that's the beauty of this journey and that's what I learned a lot about brain chemicals and I learned a lot about your plasticity and how we can reprogram our south. We can reassure them who we are right now. You know people shift and change because either they reach a breaking point or something. Major happens in their lives or rarely. Do we decide to step off on this very positive journey? That's going to change and grow us. How like having something drastic happening and I don't want fast see people having to you know. Reach a point where they have a breaking point because like I said it may need very suicidal for some people there will be no tomorrow to their breaking point bank to sing. What doesn't kill you makes you tougher. Yazoo doesn't strongly because it might kill. You have very high suicide rate. Yes say stupid stuff. It's actually big now. Did topical stuff in the military and even the fire and first responders is now taking non of juicy stuff. It's a big issue now and I think it's just a case taking care of your mental health and maybe stocking stuff do embarking on stuff. That is fun. That's exciting. Yeah that and that's so that's what you know the two six five I challenge and the APP and starting your joining for some of your experiences all about and the reason. Why Pride in the coaching? Is You know for that reason. So yeah so. As you're on this journey you're gonNA come across your fears. You're GonNa come across your comfort zones you know yourself talk yourself limitation all these different things. Where working with someone to help you through our that. It especially you know row who you are in help. You really get over those things faster so I want to raise like in this generation. I want to raise you potential like for people to wake up all the possibilities and everything that they can do and be. Yeah well like I say it's really unique because this couch dot. That wants to do that but I don. T came from a sporting background sports equally as much data could level so for me. I'll use to that kind of coach which is in those days that was it was very limited ways of coaching. Whereas now the coaches mice anything can think of But supply to something unique. And it's a very niche thing. You've done actually quite sighing. You're saying look. Let's have fun to do something on not traveling as well and The Sunday things off try. That's new of try new things. Even recently. I say even trying to plan an instrument and you never think you can do it. You know things like that. So it's something for the brain is now is the benefits the benefits for your brain just incredible and your scientists becoming their starting understand and break beliefs like what people used to believe about a know about brains like if you read the latest information. It's not what would what we used to think like the whole fallacy of being right brain left brain as Jerry your brain back and forth but just near plasticity the fact. It doesn't matter how old you are. You can continuously continue to Belton you Niro pathways in your mind. You keep pruning the pathways. Are there but if your life is stagnant if you life is exactly the same all the time and your brain is not learning. Its not engaged. Then it's it is ultimately dying it's not being revived. It's not you know you're not firing anything in your mind and then people think that okay. Well I'm going to do a puzzle or I'm going to do so do Co. and that's good for my brain. Yeah yeah well now the mistress now. That's not what it is once. You've learned something you lose its value. So it's actually the process of learning engages your brain and the other thing is the brain. The brain is all about being effective. It is Super Lazy Right. So you have to use that to your advantage because it's GonNa want to be as efficient as possible. So let's see if you learning multiple things at once your brain will make these connections that you're not even realizing it's making to be more efficient in how you learn and how you mastered the information and you re collect the information so if you can if you can stack your your experiences if you can stack what you're learning. I'm not kidding like you're gonNA wake up Sunday. You're like wait. I never done this before. But I'm better at it than I thought I would be. But that's because of all the other new things you've been learning. So that's that's that's like that's the stuff that I discovered about myself and it's been absolutely fascinating. How I like have improved. Not just who? I am but my capabilities because of late. I tell people like when you when you join this first challenge like you know you're becoming your own. Guinea pig you know it's like be a Guinea right. Yeah Yeah tests testings out tests your abilities your capabilities get curious about what you capable of and then you know just have fun with it. Hey goes back to if you living a very stagnant Kinda routine habits same same same every day day in day out missing out just so much of you know possibilities and your you know your potential and blowing through the roof. Another science launched too short. So what a chance as so. Why not try these different things to shorter to not enjoy it and I look at you website now so signed joint. Join the free six five. I challenge what happens? Nexen is very nice by the wild like a corporate thing. That's very well put together. You got some website reloaded text on it and it's not. They're not reading too much for them to. But this is very good pleasant to the I really I wanted it to be like very Yes yes so when you drew challenge so you download the APP download the APP. You join the challenge and then when we do something new you can post at it online and use the Hashtag. Three six five. I challenge the you want to build a community around that so you can click on that. Hashtag and see what other new things people are doing. Encourage them and they can encourage you and you know. Sometimes you're GONNA have an unexpected first rates not all so there's five different categories of first times and one of them unexpected. I like almost a year ago. I was in a car accident and mom. God's Serious Yeah God was definitely watching over me on that one and I was on the Audubon and this lady cut me off. I'm going hard miles per hour. She cut me off. We both crossed two lanes of traffic. Some House hitting anybody else. Ya and but so you know being able to post about that in Hashtags for Schanche. How unexpected first half people say? Hey I've been in a car accident that you do this with your insurance. Make sure that you know what I mean. Can you can kind of community looking after each other. I do I wanted to. I WANNA bill like this community around it. And that's why I have the six five I pod casts and the expert advice before your first time series thinking of doing something okay. Well here's an expert in they're telling you one two three steps on how to better prepare yourself. You better prepare yourself then you go out and you do it and you have the best experience possible. I WANNA set people up for success so they have good. New Experiences have good first times but they also understand some of it's GONNA go south. It's not going go and you learn how you learn from those setbacks Sailors and you bounced right back like you learned to bounce right back but the growing in the learning is happening and so that's why it's like this journey right. It's it's literally going on this on this journey to where you're GONNA grow you'RE GONNA learn you're GonNa you're GONNA have obstacles. You can have setbacks. You'RE GONNA meet people they're going to support you. Can you know it's like it's a new way of engaging with life? Sounds very intentional. Yeah you really got this to hoping to really well and based on your experiences well is all fell into place now and you answer that question about breaking point and Labor your breaking point and I don't think I am for the free free challenge so the APP was released in December of last year of twenty nineteen so it's only been a few months for the APP. Yes the website and the challenge itself April will be a year But I realized like the website was not enough. That's why I really pursued getting the APP release so much easier. People can just flip you take your categories and then you just flip through and start making your lesson make it really easy. 'cause that's like if. I want to some people and said hey you know it's something you've never done. They grow blank like so the beauty of that. It's like it will make you think of all those little things that you're not even thinking of that you've never thought and it could be something that you can run out at lunch and do and now you come back from lunch and you have a story to tell. Ya the other thing about the APP is the appropriate during some kind of activity. We can't take your whole laptop or computer. If you your phone with the permit to it that way yeah in the in the future the website will become you know same way that facebook online and Napa. Yeah so the future that will also happen in the future. You'll have the option. You know the things that you're selected if you want if you want somebody to go with you you'll to make it public and people can say yeah. Hey alkyl do that with you so you can connect with people and have shared first time with them They'll be a lot of more features. That will be part of it. I want that's where that's why I say. I want to disrupt the south development in the sugar wanted to become a platform provides you a lot of feedback because as you're swiping your swiping onto the things that you've never done you're also swiping up on the things that you have done so it'll start creating a picture of your experiences. How they've helped you become who you are and how your future experiences can continue to help you grow so that you can use that platform as you know yourself development tool and and when you need to you can tap into coaches to help you out. Yeah so best. Just getting a bad as where he actually comes with coaching as well. So it's really great concept so not just simply our down the challenge Blah Blah. But you're getting some self development and value. Alga as well on your radio I mean you can. You can be on the on the one side where you just you just want. Go out and do cool stuff you never done before you can use the APP that way. But on the flip side you can be someone who decisively very intentional about it and say you know I want bill. My confidence through having new experiences. I WANNA face my fears to having you experiences so that you wanNA grow you know. I WANNA increase my creativity. I WanNa do like very specific things using this platform and while doing first time experiences. Excellent excellent we're now hearing your story. Now I can see how this come about makes four cents now and as I say this this website. It's RES GET ON WITH SEARCH. You can pretty much. Just JOIN UP STRAIGHT AWARENESS IT. Bam. You're you know. Wait to read those and stuff or anything. Is it really? So so. If you're listening listening service free six five I challenge dot com? So if you go there really could get started. Pretty much rice away looking at now myself so That's great stuff. So what's next for you? What what's what's on the Mayfield now. This website and the coaching so those are the main thing to do in. Yeah so like I was saying. There's a lot more development in the APP so I am GONNA start pitching sunny to raise anywhere from half a million two million dollar. In the seed round get more development of the APP on the platform going so like half as doing the shrew like Tech Startup Entrepreneurial Entrepreneurial saying right you need to raise money and it start building my team and continue to do that also WanNa get some partnerships Up and going so that when. Let's say you swipe on You. WanNa go axe throwing I can get you immediate purchase to go right so and get you a discount so you can go throwing right. So there's a lot of different things that I want to do with that. And then I'm also focusing on bringing on and training next all I coaches rate so taking certified coaches but get them to understand. What the next level I coaching is is all about sunny to train that team. Bring them on so that they're ready when the clients come. Yeah so an creating different programs side the maximize your journey program creating the content for that. So I'm skipping me very busy because right now it's a one woman show. What are you doing well so fighting well so far so let's remind everyone again is free six five. I challenge. Stop Commerce right. Yeah Yeah are you go to Apple Apple store. Google play store tag physics sixty five. I challenge and you can download the APP and know follow on social media to six. I challenge tune into the BOD casts high share first time stories. 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777 - Magical Mallwalking Tours

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Keep you company and take your mind off of stuff while you fall asleep. If you're new, welcome. Glad you're here. What am I do is gonna send my voice across the deep Dirk night of news blowing soothing creek dulcet tones pointless, me, endures, Hooper flow, Osteen gin so boy, lake. Even know how long will be on topic or off topic will be here, be here to keep you company. The interview new years, a couple like let's see here's a couple of things to know if you're skeptical glad you are is bad cast is a little bit different take some getting used to. I'm glad you're here in Miami here to help help you drift off. So if you knew I was going to try to first off to the pack doesn't always make a whole lot of sense. And it takes awhile to get started takes awhile for me even going to get to a point. It takes awhile for me to get to a point in kisses, a lot of filler, like, the, the best kind of filler though he say woo, this is Phil Phil were up with filler words, and I'd say sure will put as many filler words in, here's a can as in actual words that I'm doing in a manner. It just to be filler words that was an example, to today by a just landed lak- gymnast were skate, or redo has just demonstrated may use of filler words. Which, so if your new, it's a little despite this also little bit silly structurally, what to expect to ease Cher? So for the few minutes of business, that's how we keep to show free and open to everybody is, so that's great is in. There's an intro. This is where if you're new could throw you off the intro of the show is actually a part of the show in actually lake apart of putting people to sleep. But it does take twelve to fourteen minutes of there's different use cases. It's part of what the interest, you get your new user, that might be who welcome. You get your regular long-term users of. Hey, what's up? How you doing? You have people that are getting ready for bed wolf, you're brushing technique is excellent in, wow. You. Good appending pets. There's people listen. It's part of their wind down when they're already in bed. Hey snuggle in comfy. What's up, don't worry? I'm just year auditory. There's people that listen during the day to calm down yet. It's tough out there being human for sure. There's a few small percentage of people at skip ahead eighteen or twenty minutes to the story. He was just a guess you're here at this, but you don't always skip a story because you can't miss out on me talk about stuff. But you, you can think it's all the I mean, there's other use cases with those are the ones I wanted to tell you about. That's why the shows. The has a long intro. Mostly say no, it takes a little bit of awake. Oh, lake Winedown, spart routine ended this intro is kind of Laker routine within a routine. It's a routine meant to be part of your bedtime routine. And we did. I mentioned fulfill rewards Xavier's. Really? That's when I was on point when I was making those filler were jokes. If a headed dump truck full filler words at have right here for you. Okay. So that's intros. And there's a bedtime story ended there's business Trini intro, in story in at the end of the show or some think us so that's structurally, what to expect. N. It's pack. If I it can be tough proposal, because you say, okay, this is supposed to put me to sleep. What's he talking about? Well, like in not much no pressure to listen you know, I'm talking so you don't need to listen to me, it's kinda like kinda talk and to be here while you fall asleep to keep you company, but there's also no pressure to fall asleep. The recent I'm here for an hour. Episodes are over. Our is I'm here to keep you company in, if you just in case you can't drift off. I'm here all the way to the end that it's a. You know, I take this very seriously, even though it's a little bit of. Nonsensical. Is. So that's like a guest. It's a structural show. That's what you expect to no pressure. I knew no person falsely no pressure. Listen end emotional trying to look for ways to be more mindful in this is just so I wanted to share, you know, something that caught my curiosity. I've been saying to myself, a scoots together to be more mindful in the future because you oboe in the past, we just haven't been mindful. And would we how we're giving mindful later when we get to that later point when we have plenty space to be mindful? And eventually, I said, okay, well, here's one thing I know he do every day is don't walk the dog. I take co for a walk and sometimes he'll listen to podcast during nap, but he said, well, what if I try to be mindful of time in this, this is in some, the ham has said Whoo, boy, which this, my, you know, other than cleaning up and, you know? Said, well, if I could smell the smells she's smelling, maybe I would be mindful the only smell like it smells his bag and carrying round, even though it was supposed to be it's tied up and everything. But so then I said, well, let me see let's pay attention to the trees at something good. And then I said, what else could I pay attention to it would keep me in the moment that also in a non pressure way? Kenley this, why I don't want to be an she I don't wanna be should mindful, you know, I don't know if that's a term, maybe they can be a chapter in a book, should mindful because when I do that I just feel like S H part, which other words, would it? I don't want it like why do I have to, you know, I think you know what I mean? If you're listening to the spied cast, I'd like to be, you know, ideally, one day, I'll be organically mindful in that you definitely could be a chapter in a book. But I mean, currently, lots some different kind organically, mindful. Like a of mindfulness compost, which in that could be a whole nother topic for me go off on, but one thing if aound was walking around looking for TV and tennis. Now some, you know, it NTV antenna is on a house, or an apartment, building some you don't like once upon a time, but you get TV's through these antennas. They were pretty big, and it would be on roofs to stuff. I don't know if we ever had if a live somewhere with the TV antenna on roof, but I'm not sure have to talk to my parents and stuff. But it used to be a big intended to get to TV signals. I don't know why I guess I could do the research, y and then, you know, if you'll start to watching TV on cable, and then they had a dish television services, which you still see those, those aren't as ubiquitous is they were never as big as antennas. But it was so anyway, these in Tennessee are very interesting to look at in, and as soon as you notice them one, you, you say, well, there's still houses have in tennis surprised. And then you start to wonder when you go around the corner, and may going to see a house with any antenna would is it one out of every twenty houses when out every thirty one out of route ten then you notice houses with the dishes on there. But every antenna I don't like this is a loaded word at, like I said, snow lake every antennas seems to be somewhat unique. I mean I mean. No, that wasn't always the case and deserve it like weather veins me, as their bird, like they stand regally 'cause they're there to collect something in the air. I don't know. I, I really like wh- things sleep pad caster say for I really like looking at TV antennas on buildings. And what can I say? I guess I'm destined to be asleep. I'd caster, but it may help you to be mindful because most of the time, I'm not, you know, my mind is going forward and backwards intimidating regretting predicting it would have trying to find ways to ground myself now add on if this is technically mindfulness or that. But I will say it's observing things in the moment that I enjoy in a peculiar, you know, in a way, I said, well, that's peculiar or is anybody using their TV antenna and Delos even collect digital signals. I think that's a legitimate question. And if so, like, what kind of I mean, they get it. Get some pretty good fidelity. So just somethings, I think about in that, that you could try out walking, or walking your dog take a look for round for a TV antennas, and if you're wherever you are in the world. Let me know about your TV and tennis, even share on Instagram Twitter. Some TV antenna picks and especially if you're younger person. And you say, we'll these things that was news to me. I we saw, you know, those who are lick wooded, you think they were, especially when you're a kid, you know, it's interesting. So anyway, I mean again, if if again, if we it'll be interesting to see what they say, we'll are those some sort of sculpture like those are modern day gargoyles maybe like somebody observing from nother planet, that's also young, somehow, they have great technology, but they weren't here for TV and ten age. Oh, ta they call it over the air. And you can still watch TV that way. Maybe I'll hook up my TV antenna fake. You find. It doesn't go on the roof. This always a good way to, to, to it can be really fun. I don't know if he'll be defined a who to call it a remote remote either. But anyway, it's some how think about. But it was I gonna say, here's the thing I make just show to take your mind off stuff into keep you company while you drift off, and it worked very hard. Now, this just doesn't work for everybody is said, give it a few tries to most reviewers say is took a couple tries, then I realized it doesn't make a lot of sense. And I kind of. 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Since I could walk a at you learned to walk in a shopping mall and dances truce as he said like my mother, she was able to she was one of those people that was able to enjoy the mall. She was a mall Walker. She could go to the mall, and if she will if she wanted to spend nothing she could spend enough thing if she said, well, melodic myself three dollars or I'm purchasing this or is she also did a lot of research. She worked at the mall. And so those are ways I learned to walk at the mall in actually nowadays, not to go on a tangent or anything. But when I was young, there was one of the big features was now these were single storey malls, a lot of the time as so the center, besieing was usually reserved for something that was at a child's learning lick it was at. The but level for people to sit on. And usually there was founded our plants in the middle dividing the traffic between two net technically to directions is people did tend to walk in directional way in you. May ask ourselves. How do you know do do do do people walk north south east west or mole nights say, well, I don't know. This is a magical moment walking tour. Those are good questions. In a wish had the answers to those, they know into theme parks to have those wheel, Spokane wheel or whatever they're called in. I think people do. Most people do go clockwise until I hear left-hand people in the, the, you know, people go counterclockwise. I don't know if they consider themselves part of the counter culture and a hat, too. But I just wanted to know that I've learned to walk in the mall and I found it to be a pastime is again, it's gone through a lot of different changes in atmosphere here. You're, you're, you're not. You're very a hip person. Seems to me. In your here on one of these cutting edge tours is to the toe, you know, part of the great totem tour said, degrade company, it was started believe it or not, asleep podcast, or all the way back in two to twenty NAT to audits would ever came after the aunts. And he started to totem totem tours. And really unlocked, he allowed of different opportunities for different people, including you today. And we have them person. Thank even though we forget, we forget, who it was because he, he wrote a lot of this stuff down, just on scraps of paper. But we do know he made asleep podcasts in fell into obscurity, but he just great, great news is he started this tour ability for us to so really we're saying full in, I think he's saying to be obscured to be honest. I think he maybe he didn't he dove into obscurity. Oh, but we're here, now, you're in for special treat, because we're going and a now, let me just check my. Yes. A year. Now we're this is one of our newest tours in your really, really in for a treat here. I hope you could see the mall and this is one of these new Toyota malls. That is run by a. That is really it, it, it, it's the center piece is a carousel and the year, you know, the malls existence was nineteen ninety one but of course because Ramar patented methods it exists now in a within the ether Suir. Oh boy, you this mall was once just had a simple. Just a simple. Oh boy. Would've I doing a really just trying to set you up for joy. But the, the mall once upon a time, just had a regular care in a home Natta regular care. So beautiful PT see care sell Philadelphia toboggan company, which later become Philadelphia to bike, and coasters. In it featured one of their restored care cells as a centerpiece nemo, in our version each store that we will visit contracts with one of the, the carousel beings. And now to care cells no longer static. That is a resting place in where the, the, the carousel beings. Good recharge. Epidemic come down. And, and you know, they're kind of they help guide people to the store. There. I don't know if they're, they're salespersons or greeters would say, more than sales people, or sales beings. And we're gonna take this one like here come here comes a horse right now. And this horse here. Oh, look. It is regal horse. You are gorgeous. Is it a canteen on your side? Now this care, sell horse, you look like you're cut out for a journey that. Oh boy. So we can get on the back of this sort GSA sources of beautiful. Yeah. Guess they'd say hey did you know your your I know this is a leather saddle would to color of this leather saddle looks the same colors. The statue of liberty. Hope you don't mind me saying that beautiful, oh, you're naming even though silent because you're a care cell or. In a league how your rain Scana match it. Do you mind me complimenting you and the gold details and your rains? And how you rains can a match to that oxidized. Copper look it is real. And you have nice blocks. Really your main is beautiful. You are beautiful horse in your kind of. Yeah. You know, I never learned to, to, to call, what people call horse colors. I think someone said, don't look horse feather in the mouth, so was someone who installed me and they said, what's a horse feather in. Why would you look it into mouth, and if they say this, but you have kind of off white coach? Whistle out of black in great detail. And even some deep Brown route, you said a muzzle. Anyway, this is my guest here. We're here on we're here with magical more walking tours in. Actually, I know it's paradox. You could ride on horse or walk with it. A lot of people find it very calming walking next to the horse holding its rains, in source also has a canteen, do or we allowed to drink from their canteen. Okay in where we headed. Oh, of course, American Eagle. That was his store. What are in the current time, you know, two different outside of the ether verse? Now American Eagle was a store that you could look around in mostly were just I didn't want to tell you this horse mostly were just looking just like my mother had taught me, walk them all it takes them all in observe, this American Eagle E times it's been called American Eagle outfitters. In can see why the chose you as the Representative. In. We will normally also sometimes so horses represent more than one or two stores. So hopefully we'll head to know but we I know you're taking us here. I edit this American Eagle it has. It's mostly, it Kuo's you would lake if you're new Spiring person that wants to spider with the image of being an outdoors person. Were you went, some sort of ROY lake in this isn't a man is a negative thing? But let's take a few steps away from the store's entrance. So they can't hear me say this. Affoil rugged, if full ruggedness. I think this is where you would shop is, oh, I'm told sometimes they're great deals in here. So if you're looking for something say, in that range, or lake or you could look in. It's really good to check their, their clearance racks as you never know what you're gonna find end you, you know, you could get dinner. I'm here I prefer another place for Denham. I don't know full, visit it if we'd be so lucky. But oh boy was at a nice. Thank you so much Erkki, which our next step. It's who look at his Babich is, is the name of the store now. This is my first time visiting this time line in mall in the ether sphere, too. That is interesting. Wow. That is like a into that certainly is each. I think they sell it can't it don't know if we should. CD's or tapes or records in there. All okay. We'll, it seems like it's a record store may be. Yeah. I also wanted to show you these palm fronts. This is what I was gonna talk about of where I would learn to walk now these giant planners with giant palm FRANZ is a really good for holding in circling for a kid, maybe an attire blur range and again, it low traffic mall times when mall walking his hot in, you know, I think nineteen Ninety-one were post peak getting ready for the new peak of mall walking. A magin but, you know, I could have been spinning around and this one of these planners, and this is kind of like it see this as an eggshell colored planner. This particular mall has a lot of eggshell in a lot of turquoise sea green, like that usage of the word. You're right. It is like a Sieg rain Keller. Oh, it looks like Horace rain off. Okay. We'll that was good dank you. We'll just stay here till another horse approach. Look at the hair horse has, like look at the hair at horses that comes towards us, it looks like a if Elvis shook Elvis's. Hey route. Wow. Dan, is you look like something, Hello, Hello. We're here on the mall, walking tour of before we get your stores just wanted junior note that you look like if there was a eight, you look at the front of romance novel like maybe Fabio, or someone shirtless could be writing you, but most attention, would go to you the way or locks are ranged. Now. Is that a trumpet your holding and the side of yours sandal dad is, so this is a trumpet horse, very famous known. I lake out his two gold cord. With tassels. I myself I consider myself a Tasso fan in two so so really good to meet you where, where are we headed every headed somewhere? Interesting L. We were headed to the corners. This is funny because it's two different corner say, I know I know the look in your eye now, there is karma corner, and believe it or not. This was peak now, this ninety eight think I've heard people talk about it before, this was Pete Carmo corn in this was before popcorn was a health food who, so people didn't even realize it. The the this peak caramel corn. So there's actually to believe there's two caramel corn places. Oh, no. There's just one you. Okay. Well, that's that's because AC for. Oh, no. I think there's another one. Maybe with a K go only represent one caramel corn. Will this is karma corner? Now, don't they don't just stop it. Karma corn. They have care care. Oh, yeah. That's caramel caramel corner. Karma corner. It is different usage of alliteration in. You actually are a caramel, color, horsey, PU Carmel and care male, but you can get care caramel apples in caramel corn in Alexa, day of Toffees in things, and they also have other flavors of of corn. And this is PCP KC per kid a key PK e pre Kittikorn air. So this is when karma corn, ruled and strawberry corns in so yeah, this interesting, thanks for taking us here would other casual corner. Oh, boy, this is a corner store chain that you go to when you wanted to get something casual, and it would wonder if that was a limiting thing, if they're like they always have to be in a corner, though. There's a lot of corners in malls. And now here's the thing with the never this is always a decision. You know, the two of us since you work in a mall, car care. Mel is are you saw that call you the entered a karma, PU? How about the ant? Okay. You like he'll like you're elected. What did you just beret? Oh, wow. So that's casual corner. If you're looking for something casual. Or just non-formal you, we go to casual corner, they've never been inside and a bit bit less thinking that when you do, we're mall, walking you do. Use corners to, to kinda break things break up the monotony so stores mostly this have multiple corners. We're yeah. The corner just goes down, you know, to four stores in these kind of corner like alley. So like this one here can be a bit of a ghost town. This is where you get your barbers in a nail spot here in a coffee place in some places. Will this is where they took away, little pubs in, then you can exit out that way. But really, I if you're looking for casual clothes that would be a place to go now this next place. That you're taking Kyler mull, you must have a theme. Choose with. C. H E. So this gum store. Wow. It's a government. Okay. Interesting. So all the gums of the world would be here waiting for us to unlock into taste really great. So it's a gum gum shop is a those are always. A place where you could get gum, and you'd say, okay, thank goodness. Looks like care mouse running here comes another horse now look underneath that horses this source. Hello, hello. You really are. You're you look like a wild, not a wild horse. The wild look like wild Bill, Cody or somebody should be writing. You. Of the student from people. Thanks, thanks for letting me know because you have looks give a lot of layers underneath your saddle that probably works. Well, for everybody, you looks like you have some sort of weather layer, and then some sort of other poofy layer. In it has nicer release coming off. And, and do you have a canteen as well. We drink out of your can't champ. Don't thank you. Thank you just. Oh, wow. This is, is this car care Mel water. Oh, you got today care mile corner, so you do go shopping at other horse to stores. A professional courtesy. I like and like that a lot, you know, the other two horses before you didn't notice their tails, but I can't keep my eyes off your your tail in your hair. It would ask if you do you're like I guess you'll have a laugh about this. They said you die. Your hair? Because I'm not sure if label it, it's not strawberry blind. It's kind of a rusty blonde or blond with rusty highlights. In. It's really a full look, do you, do you, would you use ever use of yo five? Hot oil on your hair in. I do. Also like how you're always in mid jump. I don't know how you do that without seeming like you're pacing or something. It's just a it's just a look. I guess you have will. Right. Right. Let's get to your stores where we headed. I. Will be K we net and I know you represent, but we could skip the worst, this Nick chess king. Now, this was a store, a never knew what they sold their I can remember seeing this with my mother when I was alerting to walk. And it would make sense it would be represented by a horse, a when I think of it, I think of a place that you walk by that sells is sleek. Turtlenecks. But I don't know like never gone in. You're welcome to go in there and see. Like, say it to me, it seems like a kind of outfit, you would start at just king and you'd finish it Wilson leather to get a complete outfit but I'm not positive about that at all. Here. So you could smell it before we get there. There's the cinnabon for me Cinna always changed now. Since they just pitcher Saul like working there. But, you know, you date it guess it depends on what kind of TV shows you watch. Well, here's a nice store complete. Ashley, thanks for you. I mean, you really are nice, let it course. It's a really interesting looking. Interesting get vitamins, you can get shoes there. Really for the complete answer. A lot of spandex. Yeah. No, it was dizzy, people shop here in chess king, because you could wear some of this stuff under your total Accu got it. Okay, next is okay. This may be confusing to you. So this store here now they used to be in the parking lot. They would be a little bit of a camera in a parking lot, where you could get your photos developed before this was now, your air, you live in the beyond digitize, you know, you live in the Easter era, habit abuse to be you take your computers and film. And I know that there's different nostalgia, in quality of image movement, and just a fun tactile enjoyment, in the discovery of film. But it was at a point Bank. Here's and it was so ubiquitous that you would just bring your film into one of these shops. They could sell film in cameras. They could do different kind of developing if your film you would come here and get your pictures developed in that was it. So really this is here's a question. Have we been to this store before because it's called deja vu? Yeah, I don't know. I mean, it's it, it, it looks like a mysterious store has those beads bead curtains in front of it, and it would know what to expect there. Oh, L like eight says they can do they do care or reading, so that's cool. And I think you pry by can smell some incense coming out of there. But I really don't know what else they would sell their. In this one in this one's ADA corner saying there's also a dentist office down here. I never knew anybody who handed dentist at the mall. In would always seem like a tough place because you would again, imagine you, would you went to car. The come Carmel corner after he went to the dentist or before we Greg asked forbid, or if you were the dentist in your issue would get sick of the smell of sweet. Sweet cover more corn. But what if? It could be to the horses running off guests that was if for that horse. Oh. Now this next source is this is a beautiful horse. Do you know it dapple means 'cause I don't? But this worse is a white and gray and some white spots. You look Hello. Hello. You a bit. Like, like TRITON ask like you've climbed out of the C you have bold gold seafoam or turquoise blue. Who stood before it is beautiful. Oh, like you're out of an icy nor sex you to have that strange carving and the Bank behind your sandal looks like. Some sort of a northern. DC deity from the Icees. A part fish and part wind as a windy tongue if furry knows a Brown made out of the waves of the sea silver and turquoise. Fish fans in your satellites that beautiful. I see below in. You really are who you real your regal. Do you mind me saying that you're one regal horse? Which are next to stop here. It will diet Shouru. What do they sell their diet swirly things of theirs, optometrist, s another good place to go for Tom tree? In. Okay. Oh, you this is this is this is a milestone one here. This is the earing tree in. This is Galati kids. I stop to get your ear sue, you know, ready for for formal earings. You know what I mean? S the ear inn tree is they do you're right. I never saw anything tree about. It's. Maybe a wimp point two handed tree of earings. But then how would you get two ones and top, I mean they have a lot of earrings displayed on the display cases Omolo. No, no, no, no ear our ears are just fine. Yours must be rain because we're talking about your shop. How you doing? No, we're just mall walking tank. You know, we've got a we've got our horse skorts, that's short for her horse, escorts yet. Thank you. Thanks, well horses supposed to bring us in. No, we're just mall walking. Oh. If you see when people side, then you say, well, never get in my never come into uring tree. Then for sure. Okay. Here's a couple of good ones. This one is con- book and stationery in this is this is one. We see a lot of times, my mom would say, you don't go to the mall and get a bargain unless you're looking. And I would think if this Elise if it's properly called it's a good deal like you get a lot of is stationary. That's their brand or unbranded as opposed to great station. You know, the great stationary bear of our day. Oh, you might not know me. I'm sure you do. Because you live. You know, it has has the T totem has expanded show has the great tactile movements of being more tactile. So I know bonded, paper is back in it that same sleep podcast, or he was the ipad, caster to represent a bed made with layers of bonded paper and it didn't last very long, but he I think he sold quite a few because feel civil this is interesting. One layer of my bed is, you know, bonded, paper really feels different than any other bed if ever been in in, I think even had bonded paper sheets in a new way to get a minor Graham. When you had a watermark, like, wow, it's so this is stationary people, send letters, they write letters. They write things and paper in. They also have a lot of good good book deals, another place. It's could be deal. Everything's Odile or now this is one of the lake. There's been a lot of these incarnations of ninety nine cents dollar stores peaking in the same time essay podcast into different way where they would become main stores, it this time they were more not to buy novelties, but a novelty in a lot of the stuff was, yeah. Was it was everything was a dollar, though suicide now? This is a funny place. Fannie farmer Ige's makes me laugh. Thank you for taking air a source a dramatic. Pat, your rump just it just as you do like that. It just to say good job. Oh that you're flying. Thank you. Thanks. I didn't is gonna know if there's a difference. But yes van Fannie farmer. That's what this is gold here. And I don't even know what they think it might be like hickory farms, but I'm not sure we'll find out if there's also a hickory farms. Hey, think there was a time in the nineties, this with only places you could get cheese in summer sausage Elise for free. Like, no, thanks. We don't need any samples. The good to see is, is fanny in. Oh, it is funny because did you know, horses fanny is called a flank? Okay. Thank you. Thank you so much now down the hall is one of the anchor tenants here face drugs, and it's just like ju just to continue to be place where you could just about by anything. You go to get your prescription filled but then also is like a miniature supermarket, and even like a miniature they have the he said drugstore, still where you say. What else am I going to get is in? There's this is the restaurant flaming y if you like walk based food of the they make it was a flame. Ming wack where you can watch it right on the window, there really exciting. Things said, if you look stylish is-. Yes, this mall, does not have a food court. Maybe it does have a similar one that I'm not aware of. But yes. So that's the flaming wack. There's footlocker. Yeah. Oh, thank you. So you must be in charge of the Fs. Yeah, that's a footlocker. That's a place. You they dress like referees, just sell says, shoes sneakers. And this is called freshens yogurt now that six it's a frozen soft serve yogurt or frozen fro and it nice thing is make a waffle cones. So it smells very nice. It does. But it does kind of create a lake where you saying. Yeah. So thank horses gone. Thank you. Thank you for your time. Oh, look this source coming now, this one looks like it could be from one of those movies. You are stallion. They notice your hair's. Much more trimmed in a professional manner. You have some midnights some blues, some grays in. Then you really have a formal wear if some way you some gilded wing San your, it's almost like you're wearing armor, but not quite really beautiful those wings in the you have your, your saddle. But then you have like looks like scale like scaled armor underneath did. Oh, in the even your wings. I didn't see that excuse me. Your wings have face. It's a frowny face. But I think it's a face that says who don't walk mall just shop. Yeah, just good to see you, thanks for taking us to our. Next location, guessing you're covering the DS or whatever on the ease of the geez. Of the great game says one of my favorite stores to wish head you know what problems if when you're walking the mall is when I back when I wasn't giving mall tours before as a professional mohawk or it was amateur Walker. And when you have mall, friends lot of them are either not your age. It might be your mom's friends, or they're they're just your mall friends. You don't see them outside the mall and sometimes with between the mall walkers in the mall employee. You know, police could be some tension because they can see us is like a good source for prevent of frustration. And by the economy or whatever it, but also you can't be really don't have a home base at the mall. You have places you call your home base. But so we never got to play any game now these games shores, the invite people play games. In the store, which is great. I say great games. This is a watch shop. Yeah. You could buy your watch ear. You could get your watch repaired. You could buy used watches new watches. That's probably watch Smith. A hello. Hello, no. Just watching you. Thank you. Thank you. Of course, you've heard to have before. Really, to have all those tools air. And that's nice. It's kind of like performance. Art a little bit. You Bill Bill like performance. Art, your work, really, he lake a one day a node watch businesses can of unclear which digital digital watches coming. But my guest years from new era, where things that are tactile will be re. So in there's the whole idea of being able to fix your own things, which, I guess, would bring it to someone to fix one day, you may be putting strings and phone set our computers. Okay. We'll move on. Thank you. Again. Good to see you. Now here's a place where I'm comfortable seeing hush. This place is called hush puppy. He's. In you may see what do they sell their potatoes, or pets or sue Schuster's say, no they sell shoes? Believe it or net. They're called hush puppies and hush puppies, is trying to make now I've never shopped air, either in, they have that cute thing they, they're corpor- mask at which is very cute. Is that you could see the area can occur tuning ill BUSTER Browns something else. That's different. I think we'll know I'm getting BUSTER, Brown and hush puppies Smith. Step. Oh boy, you just busted me. I've been yeah. Okay, we'll either way they both are known for their mall walking shoes. But I've never tried any of them on. Hush puppies is then you now down hall. There's pennies right? Thank you for showing us where Pani says into that would be the source of James cash Penney, which is pretty cool. In really glory day mall. Now down here is now us current places. There's places JoAnn fabrics. But this is joins not house in. We'll get we'll have a laugh about the head. It's it's where they sell. You could buy just any kind of nut. She went you can also sample nuts. Again, a world is a different place. You, you, you would go to mall to get your nuts in your cheeses, in your smoke to tubular meets, and I it if definitely in also dried, fruits. Against trader Joe's, we never knew trader Joe's foot nuthouse out of business. But I guess he did. Yeah. Well, you know, they people have used many of those nuthouse related jokes with me is a mall Walker. We do have to endure those kind of things, but you shouldn't there yourself like at least square of dried pineapple help yourself. Hi. We will make any jokes about you being in the nut house working in the nut house, or being the proprietor yet. No, we're just here. So hoarse getting a tour. This is old. You give frown wing says Mona my favorite horses. Abo- now here is another one that this is Kaby toy and hobby, this is a choice store in a hobby store, but not super huge. So he gets it had to hand. Can they didn't do their business just down volume alone in its Rodley? Why we don't see these they so you get some hobby supplies which the ninety spiel still made models. The played with trains. They Bill rack rackets remote control cars, but also you get your Mattel type toys their two N, even your video games, which is probably win the cusp of what costs are. So that's like a nice thing, though. Is that do like there's a hair salon O'Hare fashions for fashionable hair, I guess, and there's ably skilled, Kinney shoes? Nice. Yeah. And what else do we have? Here limited, you fry heard of these some of these ones than one's just a limited. It's like reclosed where people say, well, you know, this is you can only close year for some people that pay for them. They're limited in. Of course. This is Kinney shoes. So, yeah, will okay. Oh, horses heading off. Here comes another horse coming back in this horse has a cat on the back of it. Wow. So you are a horse with cat riding on your back a lake. That's. In it looks like the can't seeking a nap in, in place of your impulse. If you're what he called a thing reset sandal. It's just a sleeping cat. And yeah tonight. So Pat, you AIn will let you can't sleep as you show us what's next center walking tour. Okay. Jeweler. See that was a run of the mall, jewelry stores. And that's interesting that yeah. Okay, here comes one that I don't know. I think these may still exist. Orange jewel is he and I don't know if ever had one we've talked about, if not to you. I've talked about this on because you because it's the Easter verse. I'm not allowed to purchase anything when emperor shirts fruit juice in seltzer. Something mixed together or just fresh juices, not quite as smoothie, but they do blended. So it's foamy. So it's like orange Julius so orange juice mixed with other stuff in foam up. Yeah. It was something I guess it had time for why had its longtime entertaining uniforms. Okay. There's pavonis, which is in New York style pizza slice, place, and PayLess shoes that's been around for a long time. So that's cool, then here, skull, other one. So boy, this is history in the making radio shack, and record town side by side. Is really a those are things we won't see again radio shack was where you'd buy. It was store. The had a couple of different who is a singer. Maybe what happened was when KB went out of business, it's radio shack off 'cause Ridgely anything career Scheckter sold things for radio enthusiasts and tinkerers makers you you'd have called them in my time. Tactile lists. I think is the party of your time that they're a member of. Ended day you in a kind of became more of a they kept adding on different product lines to try track more customers. Radio controlled cars different holiday gifts. And then eventually they became unfocused AAC thinking that was where they also like you'd go into get a court for something. It went point. It was a great deal and then it became like you went forty dollars for this telephone cord what? That's, that's it. And then record town, this one interesting still has lots of records survival records which again, have always been Pap, Euler and still remain with two members of tactile movements. Really cool. So to answer great. What else do we have here Taylor silvering gold store hallmark? That's like a bit like stationery store. But branded. Oh down. Here is stride. Right. That was another one that had a may known for mall walking shoes. The only promise that, that's a whole they were known for. And so that was an that created Ken of saying, what will you just? So they also I think nurses, a soldier high-quality nursing shoes. Or shoes for people in other stride based prevent professions. Oh, goodbye. Or horse rain off. Here comes another horse hoe. This one has a lot of flowers on it. Oh, beautiful for gracious skies. It could you manifest? All you amber waves of grain, even though there's nothing amber 'bout shoe. You've gotta you've got us beautiful flowers, and you were some are those garlands in the gray and black colour. You are you're shiny your song, shiny, who's from one of those movies, I think Moana, it was a crab. Yeah. One of the conchords yet. Yeah. He was said the taller one we do now. 'cause I'm here I'm working actually, we could you take the next locating. Of where we I don't know. No, we've seen orange Julius stadium club. Okay. That's interesting. That's another sporting goods store sunglasses. That's like it's not hot. It's just a mill in the middle here. That's where you can get sunglasses. Oh boy. Here we go. There's an aquarium store. That's great. And again, he's so more than just aquariums. They sell different pets would go and aquariums. So that's really cool. You could go in there and look around in two oh, there's a gift horse. That's funny. It's for gifts. Horse base gifts. In my time gift men, a whole nother saying if you said, the horse, gif, don't look a gift horse in the mouth. So don't look at a gift horse gift horse, too, lawing, or Jeffers. Oh in the body companies and other one is a limited H. Oh, we already saw that one was at to something like that. I think those limited in something else exclusive. They have different things. Really go. We're almost done here does too bad. Thank you, for finishing soft though. Horsey Pooh, treasure hood, Ed again is like earing factory or whatever. You can get other things of vitamin world. No. Oh, waldenbooks. This is good bookstore. Really? Good one. You like you could come to have magazines sny. Nice. It's not as big as the big bookstores. And yes, she could always come. You can always come back to the now. You have all access pass it looks like you're, you're say you can return for free, if you wish purchase. So there's Tom McCain. It's, it's too risque a Spencer's gifts in here, would, I guess, in that? I guess was in my memory tuxedo junction. That's where you rent tuxedos. In finally, this last week was world of science in LXI, quite an exciting place to shop. Maybe we could go shop there. It has science-based gifts and science base stuff. Yeah. Really? Look at it, you of course they probably have some model Kane os and. Yes. Thank you again. 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The South Florida Morning Show hr 2 1-28-21

"It's the south florida morning. Show with jennifer. Ross in bill adams on news talk eight fifty w. Mtl same people can do those jobs but the choice of doing that solar power one now is a better choice similarly You have the second fastest growing job. Pre pre-coded was wind. Turbine technician avenue. Ever all you energy workers go get retrained and go work for a solar panel company or a wind turbine. Yeah there's you realise how few jobs there are in those industries clueless as condescending arrogant elitist tone deaf. He this guy gets up there yesterday and just spouts off about the livelihoods of blue collar workers. He has no understanding his year year. New climate czar. There john kerry. I don't like him His comment was you should have considered more appropriate jobs instead becoming a minor. Holo north dakota now the governor there said he he's literally just destroyed north dakota because biden reverse the decision to work with states on the new emission standards and he was like you. Just shut us down for any oil drilling. You can't they can't least federal land anymore. Oil leasing orlando shut it. Down and apparently north dakota has tons of wells just sitting there ready to be tapped till the gas prices started going back up to four bucks a gallon. Let us jobs in. Then rub salt in the wounds. Wow insane it was actually a pretty good question from the press reported. What how do you say to those people that obviously you know. We're going to be hurt by this. They could have made better choices. This old guy who made a great choice by marrying the end of the heinz ketchup fortune. Wow you again. It's it's not just us. This is a global effort. So that's why today one week into the job. President biden will sign this additional executive set of orders to help move us down the road ensuring that ambitious climate action is global in scope and scale as well as National here's your key words. And there's your buzzword it's global means we pay and sacrifice most of it in the name in the name of being global and green energy in the green new deal. China will pay next to nothing. Europe's not going to do anything we're gonna pay the price and it cost jobs like you said fuel prices are gonna go up and we pay the price like the paris accord chess. China's the main violator. We pay the price for and you think china's going to do anything about emissions beijing. They were. They've been wear masks in beijing for twenty years because the pollution so bad. Yeah oh yeah. And it's not getting any better. They could care now so yeah we do. Our part is the united states. Go to any other country. They don't care yet. They'll be the first to point the finger at the united states to this. Okay well you can listen. I know you've been you've been an oil driller for your entire life. Go work on wind turbines. Oh sure yeah. Because there's just as much demand for wind turbines as there is for oil and heating oil and energy sure there is let trump's it darlie is the wind blowing today. I'd like to watch television darling. I'm sorry it's not with us not with us. We can't watch tv. My god just condescending and clueless. They re they really truly go. Here comes all the global and and you have said it. I'm sorry you have said it from the beginning. It's right for the but not for me. John kerry guy's worth millions is private jets. They make no sacrifice now. But it's any throws a dig in there. I think a lot of those workers have been phila- Sold a false bill of goods. No surprise over the past three years. I okay. Everybody tried to warn you about the pen of destruction coming. Okay what did you say to me too off the air. What did he sign yesterday. One of the executive things about the china. What is the word. The term the phrase china virus has been banned. You we we can't say virus trying to find out -secutive order from net worth signing an executive order. We have an executive order pen here in the studio from now on here on it is now law. We will refer to covert as china virus from here on out. It is law. How can you sign an executive order that banned the use of words like that. Oh my goodness wanna ban words. That's the whole goal. They want to stifle people. I y- k their. They're ridiculous while they're upset in the glades about the covert plan. As far as i'm sorry. The china china virus vaccination plan goes with the public plan is the mayor of belgrade. Steve wilson angry of disappointing surprised that the plan did not include these rural communities and communities that does not have a public. Well that would be belle glade. Pokey and south bay three mayors wrote a letter to the governor saying you know what I guess belle glade is the closest to the public's and that's twenty five miles away and then behind that and then south base behind that. I mean that is a ways but according to a couple of listeners. Here we've got cvs and walgreens out there. Why couldn't they give them some. I mean maybe that's exactly what's going to happen right. You know. I would assume in. The governor signed this deal with public because public surly is in most neighborhoods. Let's be honest Except in may maybe some rural areas that he has to make an exception and give it to a walgreens or cvs but then you open up the can of worms. Well if you can give it to the cvs and belle glade. Why can't you give it to the west palm because you can just say there's a public here go get a sub in a shot. You gotta face i. I think he can make an exception out there. You go to lauren. And what they go to. And i'm sure they go to a walgreens before they go to a public. That's right so i. I'm sure the he'll make some accommodation because the governor is not like john kerry in you know looks down his nose that you he'll figure it out. I have would have made better choices. Not living in the glade. Yeah i would say yeah. You know what you could could've moved to lhasa hatschi. What's wrong with you. good lord. What a jerk and how about some good news. We got a game days away. Is it this next weekend right next week next sunday. This is the hype leading up to it. But this good things. And i think this goes along with our plan of More healthcare workers in the stadium. We want to boost this up to thirty thousand. Total collapse campbell. Nfl player okay. Surprise some fans with ties to the maryland area. Because he plays for the ravens. They're going to super bowl fifty five they are health care workers Tampa general hospital workers will join more than seven thousand vaccinated healthcare workers so that we're adding onto the seven thousand. Wow tendency is going up. This is what it sounded like when he gave the take over. Respect and value do so much on behalf of the reagans. We're going to send you guys down to the super bowl It's good for him. Okay wait a minute. You explain to me. Does every football player could tickets. No i they just you know they pick some to help them promote through charities and in this one being the healthcare workers obviously had to see more of this happening in. He did it for twenty years and in massachusetts or maybe not that long. How long gronk was there. But gronk is known for rs. All his charitable work. Where you know the told me. He's never cashed any. Nfl checks not as of what the pats maybe that when he retired for a year. Okay worked in tv. I don't know but he didn't but he he does a ton of where in he started the whole gronk foundation again in tampa. So maybe that's he's going to do with his tickets or extra tickets. How many they get. I don't know. I don't know how many they get assigned interesting man. Maybe it got cut back because of the china virus could work like that see. I had seed. It's their executive order on the show. We will always say. You told me that i was so mad. I was like you kidding me. Really talk news. Though i'm telling you they keep on adding this is on top of the seven thousand more and more vaccinated workers in the stadium especially now the chiefs kingdom. Chief's fan say they're invading tampa. You're more on that coming up that sit well with the governor you know invading tampa the nerve build the wall. Just kidding. we got that in schools should be open says Really we have a livid. Dad out of virginia blasting his local school district next these south florida morning show gen bill. Kyoto cairns got news rapid fire coming up next when she's not here right now but if you forget about your headphones you don't need those here. What are we talking about. Rapid-fire coming up putting up solitaire. You're playing games we know. You're just goofing off the newsroom. Kevin mccarthy is going to meet with trump today yeah and He's basically got on a phone call with his colleagues because remember. He's the house minority leader. He told his colleagues and a conference called a focus on defeating biden's agenda and quote. Cut that crap out good. I know who said that. The former prisoner mccarthy mccarthy good for him yeah so he's gonna meet with trump. get the story at the website. I think they're going to be at mar a lago ono. That means they're going to close the road. Forgiven mccarthy for off okay who cares. We'll have that more coming up. I appreciate a rapid-fire couple of waste. Got all the headlines. We all chime in review of that minutes away. It's coming up these florida morning. show this gen. Villain. there's diener over. There just popped up on my timeline on the cesspool. That is twitter. But marco rubio actually made a good point interesting week. He says expert who wants said mass. Don't work now. Says we should wear to climate now the most immediate threat facing mankind. Thank you marco. Cova the only way to address climate is to immediately put people out of work. That was the. That's the greatest thing ever heard. Marco rubio says right on all those point and yesterday he made a point to say. We need to defend schools. That won't reopen at strong. He key and it was in direct answer to what's going on in chicago where the teachers are refusing to teach just absolutely ridiculous like then. Don't give money. Why is way to fix it. And i get the counterargument well. Why are you hurting. These teachers don't make enough anyway and that get it totally understand it but to put pressure on these horrible horrible divisive teacher's union leaders. They have to vote them out. Get them out to entirely too much power way too much power. They shut down schools in chicago. Is there a more destructive union in this country than the teachers union and. I'm not saying all teachers. There's some wonderful teachers but you know what they're afraid to say anything. That's the kind of power that these teachers unions have. Well and but i will counter that with the fact that you voted for these people. Well true you know. What would it for these reps that your district in a union. So who do you blame. It's ridiculous chicago one example. But it's happening. You know nationwide there in a little bit of a by now. There are a union that refuses to go back by the way even with vaccinations. Now not good enough. Schools aren't doing a good enough infrastructure to make it safe for us even if even if they're vaccinated they won't go back. Oh come on. You can imagine the controversy that that's caused but now you've got now. What do they do though when they even don't have the word from the cdc or in their corner children in school right now. It appears that if you follow the safety guidelines of the cdc that they are less likely to be getting infected then the community rate of infection. Oh what do you do now. This is by the way information that was out there. September august way early on months and months ago into twenty twenty. And now you've got people like this guy in virginia. It's loudon county virginia. Who's had enough. And he kinda represents the millions of parents that are out there. I don't know whether he's a single dad with. He's got two people working in the household but he starts off his his time. The school board meeting talking. He says i literally just got off a conference call here. 'cause i'm triple tasking so that i keep my kids at home online schooling and holding onto jobs because you people refused to go back to the classroom and here's how we started off his means fired for day jobs because if you're lawyers knew that you are more inefficient than than the dmv you would be replaced in a heartbeat and then it got a bunch of cowards hiding behind our children as an excuse for keeping schools. Close you think you're some sort of martyrs because of the decisions you're making when the statistics do not lie that the vast majority of the population is not at risk from this virus. The garbage workers who pick up my freaking trash risk their lives every day more than anyone in the school system figuring out last on the list of working parents. They didn't care about them all second last list. The actual kids. But i've always been told it's about the children well now if they're saying they're not going to return a classroom even with vaccines because they're not protected enough then. Is it really about the children. This guy's a former marine. So you know here's a guy that Gave most of his life up to protect our country and our rights and his are getting trampled right. Now how do. I don't know how parents do it. I really don't who have kids that are at home and can't go to school and you don't have the luxury of having a job where you can stay home and work in many cases. They're not doing it parents. I know we're live in different states in these lockdown states. Were freer down here. Thank god who have kind of given up on the online education part. They don't have the time then led the resources to monitor their kids and the kids are failing you. Don't anybody tell me a year from now two years now when they do the grade studies. Now far we're falling behind the rest of the world. Don't tell me don't tell me teacher's union that they need more funding because our kids fell behind. You didn't go back into the classroom. That's why that's why they fell behind. Don't tell me all of this. No you're trying to now you've got an education secretary that is completely beholden to teachers. Unions biden said. They're gonna follow everything. The teacher's union say they'll go school choice. More minority kids are going to be stuck in these horrific inner city schools. That's tear don't sell it to me. Don't sell it to us. Sorry we tried to warn everybody no way no possible way. It's terrible but it's about the children. No it's not. Maybe it's about a better Working contract. I don't know what the motivation is. Now the more. I going to say what do they want. I don't get with the teachers and and in chicago. Where okay when the school board the school district in chicago votes. You're going back to school. we're going to open up. The schools kids can go back to school. We're going to run the buses and the teacher's union says no teachers. You're not going back to school. So they make the decision for the teachers. But one you just get you. Just get rid of the teachers union. Can you just like bush aside. I mean there's a mayor. Can't you do something they would. They're so powerful. They were destroyed. You wouldn't we wouldn't work as a garbage collector or dog catcher or anything if you upset the teacher's union in these in these corrupt inner cities while there's no possible way that it's powerful that's horrible. Yeah it's horrible horrible. 'cause we gave him the power. That's why jas man right. How about some good news fleas. This is a good addition you remember. Amanda gorman for the inauguration. She's the young poet girl. They had not put our future. I must. I put our differences aside. The thing is how many and i think you made a very valid point. How many people actually see or at the super bowl. She will be part of the pre-game show. She wrote a specific poem for three people. Everyday americans that they're going to honor Ones a tampa bay a nurse. Who's in charge of the whole covid. Nineteen china virus a program at the hospital so caught myself A teacher from l. a. And another was somebody who works with the the warriors. It's it's a nice thing. It is good. But i don't think anybody's going. Well maybe they will because she was the highlight of the inauguration. I don't know what time slot they're gonna put it on is eighteen hours of coverage now. It's super bowl. It's it's absurd. We're live from tampa. It's pre dawn. How do they talk about stuff for that. Long ages like my kind of stories about nine o'clock in the morning. It's like really. Is it story. I want to hear about. Somebody needs to alert the governor about this. What's that possibly the national guard chiefs cam is invading chunks kingdom. Apparently that's the name of the fan base. Listen to this guy being able to know that you know you're infiltrating their city it's the kansas city takeover cheese fans are in your city vibe. I just absolutely love what. Oh well that's not gonna sit with tampa sounds a little aggressive to me. Hello tampa wake up on. Send them to the then. That to the governor let ten thousand more healthcare workers back into that stadium. There you go given is going to say we're building a wall around tampa bay. It's made of sea shells. It's great though it's all funds that's a lot of people are Amazing deal traveling. Despite the china viruses still travelling into tampa. Not getting into the game. But you know it's always big for a super bowl city because the hotels fill up to be there part of the five okay but but look at from a kansas city. That's such a thing. I don't know it is point of view. It's twelve below zero ten feet of snow on the ground. Absolutely i can go to tampa words. Sixty eight degrees and sunny. I'm going exactly so that would be. They're incentive plus their teams in the super bowl but they don't care they just want to go sit in some bar in tampa drink when i get him in warm weather cities rapid-fire news coming up next guaranteed got everything covered in the news. We chime in a couple of minutes away. Keep it here next. These south florida morning. Show jenna bill. Thirty time for jinnah bills. Rapid fire with karen curtis on news. Talk eight fifty w. at t l. That's right primetime. Karen's get all the news everything you need to know. We have the comments things you didn't need to know all comes together in rapid fire. What he started off with. Wow good morning. We do. Have kevin mccarthy planet meet with a former president trump. Today this is after. He said that he is partly to blame for what happened at the capitol. Cnn's always got a you know. Kiss the ring and come back. Kissed the ring. It is kind of like Going to see the dawn though you know in a mafia family go see him get approval. Get his castle. Yeah i understand right here in palm beach So the republican leader. In the house kevin mccarthy he actually was on a phone call with his colleagues in the house and he said it was a conference call and he said our focus should be on defeating the biden agenda like all. This energy shifting. That's going he says. Cut the crap out. Yes someone's getting a backbone. God half to this whole energy thing How much destruction can biden actually do with that executive order pen in. You know they need to tell you could space up instruction you'll have to do it all in two weeks well. In this case like four days can is there any recourse to an executive order. Can somebody reverse it. Yeah in election barrier to reverse the executive order. That's what biden doing now with all of trump's executive orders but he's thousands of jobs have been lost he said oh stroke of a pen. I wish i had been cut. But it's the rounds now of biden on the campaign while campaign trail for him in october. Saying you just can't lead look man by executive order. you know. you just can't do it that way. You need consensus now. Look at him. he's signed more than anybody else. It's like you know your your grandpa. i hate to say this. But you like putting documents in front of him. Just sign here. Grandma that'll be okay. I mean give me that come so as this impeachment. Conviction grows more likely. There's a bipartisan. Effort to censor trump. Which would mean under the wording yup fourteenth amendment of the constitution section three. Anybody who participates an insurrection against the constitution or gives aid and comfort to those who do is barred from ever serving in office again. It's not up to the voters it's up to us. You won't be able to vote for this guy again. Read between the lines here the message that we should all understand is they're deathly afraid of trump's influence. Still they know how powerful isn't they know he's still running the republican party and if you didn't have covert and then didn't have mail in ballots. Then what would have happened. Be talking about president trump Second term that can throw her so The west palm beach man of yesterday morning he was armed. Federal officers arrested this guy. Douglas mackey known online as ricky bond. Right here in west palm beach for what he did in the two thousand sixteen election apparently on twitter. He i think he put a maga- hat on taylor swift. He'd like photoshop that on but he also said the you can vote for hillary by texting this number and some five thousand people texted the number which they feel that she would have gotten those five thousand votes so this guy does money. Name's and he gets a visit from the fbi. It's more about the the democrats and the texting thing than the means. But it's all encompassing with him. He's been banned from twitter. That seems sure. He's upset ridiculously over handed ten years. That's retain you kidding. He's been charged by federal prosecutors in brooklyn with depriving individuals of their constitutional right to vote because they texted their vote. Oh but you can feed biden ballots into machine over and over again. And that's not against the law. No problem they're careful jen. They're gonna take away my twitter account. It's gonna upset five other people so president biden speaking of his executive orders. He will sign another one today to increase healthcare coverage during the pandemic he's going to expand obamacare and garnered santa is going to expand another website is going to be another way to register to get a vaccine because seniors are in tears. Did you ever get your data on the public's website our deaners working for his dad over there. Who's what seventy Actually he's going to be seventy five and a few months. Yeah so i mean. It's tough a lot of backups. It weren't ready for this obviously. But we've also never been in this situation now true that the state registration websites should be up by the end of the week. And i had the information at the website. A fifty w. f. t. l. dot com some local mayors and county commissioners and climate date invited public's to help with the distribution of the vaccine. Now they're upset with the way it's done because of equity inequity well the glades mares that guy in belgrade we had before he's upset because there's no local public near them right which i understand but still if you want to reach the as far as net amount of people go soon reach the amount of people you would go with the public plan. I get that but there's also no doubt that the minority communities out there have been hit very hard. Yeah so maybe they make an exception. I in they give it to the walgreens and the cvs or public mobilizes and goes out to the glades. Well the governor office was saying we have these pods. Now that will pop up and the puck against. Send a pod out to beltway. I knew who runs those pods at least locally. And i'll have this at the website west palm keith. James will deliver his state of the city address. Today at nine o'clock sunfast cancel the second year in a row because of covid but we still had we cancelled. I'm flagler but we had fireworks and we had the big christmas tree. I think gen may the point of all with the with the sunfish thing. They can't book any acts. No one's touring neighboring darius. Rucker any say they could book somebody. They're going to get twenty thousand people to show up and you can't do that. Yeah and and that's let's be honest. That's a the allure of sunfast. The will yeah to the royal festival when it was like half a block exactly remember. Yeah nobody's touring see. Can't it's not going to happen till they're hoping for leader twenty twenty one but on now james bond movie. That'll never happen. Did you see that. James bond movie no time to kill. It's been delayed so long two years. Now they got. I forget who it is. It's no kia and some other technical company involved. They have to reshoot scenes because the technology is already outdated. Oh man a super eight in miami new. Believe that it's like omega watches part of it. And they have this technology placements done. Just just redo the movie. I'm not convinced actually exists. Wonder doesn't god no time to do anything. Theater film coming up on rapid fire. Dr fauci says hey. It's time to get kids back to school ille- in time for traffic and weather together. Sorry little bit late Actually no accidents out there. People are rolling around nobody running into each other again. It's gonna be very dry windy and no humidity so please don't flick a lit cigarette out of your window. 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He's he's back in the spotlight nor does the biden administration working to get kids back to school. He says it's the safest place for them to be there less likely to contract covert at school than if they're out wandering around so amazing. It became safer after january. Twenty shocking. amazing. No we had the same data in september ridiculous. It's we know by the way. Speaking of dr fauci is head. His these is the number one selling bobblehead in america. Really bouchier number two bernie with amid really. He'd vowed she's beaten burning. Like two hundred thousand been sold already something absurd. I don't know why that's interesting. Well people can punch it. I dunno. Ao see taking a shot at wall street this home weird thing every time you've got elon. Musk saying something about a company. It goes through the roof. It started with a red at subgroup. I guess and the all got together and they all decide to buy one certain stock and then they sell real quick. I guess which is basically what day trading. Yeah getting there right this out game stop. That had this huge spike over hundred percent. The this is getting crazy. Now because yeah. Amc theaters was another thing yesterday and that started going up but it's gone up again today. Passed like twenty dollars a share pre market right now. Apparently they're talking about nokia is going to be like the big one today. So it's and now wrongly here so wall street insiders are all upset about this because actual real people are starting to make money on wall street. Well it's funny. You say that because the ready to count What was it called him in front of me. It's like stock market bets now or something like that and they were kind of like the leader and all this and they're getting people together and it's kind of like a robin hood situation people can make some money. We'll put rented. They shut down their account yesterday. They suspend them for like twelve hours and then they came back and like know where we're out of you know jail. Here's what we're doing next because how dare normal people you know. It's work assistant against the wall. Street like the suits have for years legal. I mean what's happening is perfectly legal. They just found a way to bring people together. And say hey short this stock. It's called money. Yeah what's happening. Is you know the people who actually the stock have to. Yeah by more to offset. It knows to go somewhere along the line however the stock market crashed because of it. Yeah it's a good thing to do. i'm trying to get yvonne. Musk to tweet rapid fire. Yes get him on the show. Email at working man So today's thirty. Can you believe it. Thirty five years since the challenger exploded crazy and thirty five years. I remember i was in the manatee county commission meeting in my news i was working for. Wb are in a little orange grove. They can drain thousand dollars visit trailer in an orange grove. Radio station Covering the commission meeting newsreader on the pay phone and says the challenges just blew up. So i went to the the commissioners i told them and we had a moment of silence but it was just so surreal what happened. We're watching it nice school cafeteria a quite possibly might have been taco tuesday. But i can't remember the details too much. I was standing on flagler drive with the old male. Pd rif was the only station in town of carried. It live carried all the lot. The shuttle launches life and we were outside on flagler drive looking up all the sudden. We saw the to separation and we're both looked chiller went. Oh my god and went running back in horrible. Then president reagan. The crew of the space shuttle challenger honored us for the manner in which they live their lives. We will never forget them nor the last time we saw this morning as they prepared for their journey and wave goodbye and slipped the surly bonds of earth to touch the face of god. Yeah it's quite. A speech acquitted documentary. I think it's a netflix. Did you see that about the whole inner behind that it was especially bad. Not just because of Kristen mccollum for teacher in all these kids watching con of kids. You remember the kid from christmas story. Peter billingsley yeah right right. He was in charge of it. There was a ton of kids on a field trip. There watching the think is there was going to be a youth program. He was actually like the ambassador for the thing. That's another thing that ended. It was terrible. It turned out it was an o. Ring in the cold weather off. Is it the next launch. They were gonna take a child. Was the plan. Oh no i did not know that and then on that note we'll show you how far they've come next year they're sending four. It's funny they say private citizens but all of them have space experience up and one of them's you in the private and the private sector. They're all playing fifty five million a piece to go for eight days in space into the international space station. Wow well that revs a rapid fire. What great radio coming up next. Ted two point. Oh with the beard. He's got a few things to say about this. Killing of the energy industry will you hear him and even though you're not having a super bowl party we're still gonna eat a record number of wings. I think a lot of people having parties. I think you're exactly right and they're like thanksgiving or christmas. Don't have your family over wink wink. We that more next south florida morning. Show this bill keep it here. And he signed an order cancelling the keystone pipeline. Eleven thousand jobs with a stroke of the pan. He may go away. Eight thousand of those are union. Jobs ted cruz. The new version two point zero with not putting up with this. They're going to do everything they possibly can to save these blue collar jobs. These florida morning. Show has jenna bill and deaners over there but it happened yesterday with a stroke of a pen literally. Yep more executive orders Not only did he. Shut down the pipeline. That would be our new president biden but he shut down any kind of oil drilling oil exploration on federally leased. Land north dakota basically said you just killed our state There's like could you reverse the decision. Because he's they said they have fourteen percent of all they're well slots haven't even been tapped yet and that's where we get most of our oil from there like what are you doing. That's where everybody works. And what did what did dear john carey that creep of all creeps sitting in his ivory tower. Say about people who are minors. This man should be. He's back to you. Didn't hear anything from him for a good solid five years during the campaign you didn't hear from him in two thousand sixteen certainly not during the trump presidency. Now and how insulting is this so first of all you you destroy these jobs and then you go ahead and say well you know you could have made better choices. You could go work on solar panels. Yes what you could do. The same people can do those jobs but the choice of doing the solar power one now is a better choice similarly you have the second fastest growing job. Pre covid was wind turbine technician. This is happening. Okay see this is how i hate this. Yes fastest growing. It doesn't mean they're anywhere close to the a number of solar panel or turbine jobs. There are for drilling or mining. Oh my god. Those are easy jobs to find sure. You got to communities in southern ohio or in west. Virginia where there's generations of minors because the mine runs the town courses does. it's everything and and generation after generation. That's what they do and granted. It's a horrific job. But for john kerry and his ivory tower to sit there and say well look at the consequences of black lung for a minor. They could have made a better choice of jobs. I'm like the hecker you. This is basically the equivalent in the corporate industries of saying you know when you fired well you can learn to code. This is basically what they're saying. Wow well forget about the job skill you have. Yeah there's plenty. You could go work at a solar panel company. Oh yeah there's as much demand for solar panels there is for oil shore to what maintenance on the windmill. Yes i'm sure it like one. One technician probably takes care of thousands of windmills. Darlie gives the wind blowing today. I'd like to watch television. Darling your sure. There is this from the same president. Who told you. i'm for fracking. Not gonna shut it down. Yeah i that was the second day third day. Yeah that was his dad's second day. Actually who didn't last long now. He's going after every other kind of energy way in. Know what you know when america is going to wake up when we are not affected here by Oil heating which is going to be a new england. They're going to get killed but wait till the gas prices start going through the roof again. Hits four little wallet and it's like three fifty again. You wake me right. tesla's happy. Sure sure you know he's going to sell more cars but I am telling you it's it. Gas has already gone up. Like twenty six cents since biden took office. Oh no that's not the explain it away though i no. That's just supply and demand and that's got nothing to do with it via does you think your does boy i tell you. It wasn't just john kerry though we've got a A new national climate advisor gene mccarthy. He'll take more steps to tackle the climate crisis while creating good paying union jobs and achieving environmental justice of okay. So where are you going to get over. She getting these union jobs from that. You just annihilated. You gotta go work in the windmill our okay. There's a windmill union. I don't know that. I've gotta go those good paying green jobs solar panel union. Okay got to go find that one by the way. I'm not exactly i'm not a climate change. Denier really not. I mean long term. Obviously you got to do the best you possibly can. It's good for everybody to help the environment. Here's what i hate. The job killing destroying middle-class we haven't even gotten into. This is what she was hinting at. It's coming the green new deal aspects. We're gonna buy into what it's gonna cost for a small business to upgrade to meet these ridiculous standards. What you're gonna have to do for your house. Basically were making america. California is what you wanna do and talk to anybody. That's lived there in the in the punitive taxes. They pay to meet these green new deal standards which have a nothing. It's you're killing the middle class. What did they say in california. Every new house built by twenty twenty five is going to be solar mike. Okay i give up cost millions of dollars now for like a fifteen hundred square foot home. What are you gonna. Are you gonna afford a house. Wow i- california's crazy just crazy. That state all right well. Despite that and i think you're right. I like the holidays. They tried to say you can't meet with your family please. People are going to have super bowl parties. Come on you. Especially i mean you think about it in tampa. Your team is there. The bars are open. Yeah we never shut down. So when i do hope they distance and guide the best they possibly do. And you know there's gonna be some bar. They're gonna bus because it's going to have thousands of people in the parking lot getting out of control but you know it's just be careful in wear a mask do we supposed to do. But you can't tell me. People aren't going to have their family and their friends over well either way if there are super bowl. Parties are not at home. The national chicken council and that is right. There's a thing how do we get out of it. Come members of that. I eat a lot of chicken. Change your last name to purdue all right okay. They say in this amazing because they chime in with this. This time of year every single year in the amount of chicken wings we eat goes up like exponentially. It's ridiculous and is we're gonna eat a record number again of chicken wings during the super bowl one point four two billion my god. It's up two percent again from last year. That's that's in credit. We poor chickens. What do you mean. Poor chickens geese. I feel badly serve a higher purpose. I you yell at me. When i send a cow out. That's different well. How's that different chickens are ugly cows are too i love stakes but yeah but you kill goats and pigs do not everything winds up on a table it at one point. In time you bought your. Do you have any chickens. No oh they would be. There would be appetizers for my dogs. No they wouldn't last. I like the fact that you found forty nine. Fifty states have chicken wings is the most popular super bowl party food except where gen main. And what's their number one food buffalo lobster lobster. I like them apples. I other times. I went to me and i never asked anybody to on the put. Your you know your little cages out there to catch the lobster traps. I mean is that normal for anybody who lives in maine. Just go put a lobster. Traffic out and catch lobsters and not everybody in maine. Looks like the gordon's fisherman forgotten. Just i don't know all right coming up next week got Schools should be open. 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REShow: Lou Diamond Phillips and Michael Smith - hour 3 (01-14-21)

The Rich Eisen Show

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REShow: Lou Diamond Phillips and Michael Smith - hour 3 (01-14-21)

"This is the rich eisen show pro football hall of famer barry sanders. Here on rich is joe from the rich eisen show studio in los angeles. You're only james harden you back the day. Did you ever think of doing that on the show. Cvs broadcaster and the voice of the brooklyn nets. i n eagle. Wbz interim lightweight. Champion ryan garcia coming up actor lou diamond phillips plus co host of peacock's brother from another michael smith and now you're rich is all right hour number. Three of the rich eisen show is on the air in case you just missed it Ryan garcia your wc bc interim lightweight champion of the world. Said he wants vakhtang. Davis next did in fact confirm that he is going to retire at age. Twenty six to fight as he says quote unquote hate and confusion in the world but did say that he would allow possibility to come out of retirement as fodders have done to fight those. He says who say that he could not beat them. And i imagine that they'd have to be of a certain quality. Because del tufo few say he could. Brian garcia can't beat me. I don't think he's gonna come out of you know what i mean like. It's gotta be a certain caliber of fighter right gay so i was excited for defying thing. Now is just start calling out fight. I mean i've done enough boxing. Now that i then he said then he said he said Something that An interviewer loves to hear saying say something. I've never said or hardly said before. Great what is that ryan. Okay finish the sentence saying that he would maybe at age twenty six not retire but proved that he's the greatest fighter of all time and go to the world and into the. We also told you you had a great question. I mean that's the other thing that we want to hear. But you know it's not about me here. It's about us. it's about the show. It's about spell our name right rich eisen show so that ask so much more. This is the rich eisen. show everybody. it's not some sports show somewhere on tv in somewhere else. you know. it's called the rich eisen. Show act like you know. Tv radio show that if we're being accurate urban meyer has been spotted getting off a private jet. Oh baby w j x t channel four duval county do. Oh has a shot four. Oh i love it. Urban coming off a private jet walking. It's way to courtesy. Suv law must assume not going into a publix. They've crab legs. I've heard not heading to the old piggly-wiggly to pick up. Somebody in urban looks casual in these photos. He's gone he's got dress pants earnings. Go you look like a man who's ready to coach in the national football league and signed his name to a big fat contract that i would not be surprised if it surpasses the one that jon gruden signed a couple years ago. I would not be surprised at all. You think it's over one hundred million or you think it's like eight years one hundred million Got ten for ten ten for ten. Whatever it is it's going to be over. It's going to be nine figures. And he's gonna be he's gonna he's set the record and shod cons gonna show up at the next owners zoom and basically sit there and say. How do you like me now. Urban notice lawrence and jaguars place mat after. Got back there please. Let's say he's not going to step on eating burland down and it's gotta be. It's shod cons air con air controversy. At least it's not can't bikaner air guy. So i have a question for you guys Richie earlier you were speaking about. All the things that urban meyer could accomplish. That's incorrect having the number one pick taking into gm. Yes the state the no taxes. Everything said owner. That's not going anywhere owner that's got business ventures of this also potentially international fame. Because you know the the jaguars wants the pandemic's over is gonna play a ton of games over in london. Urban sir sir. Urban meyer serve ir get knighted. What the hell did you see stepping out on special carpets super bowl night so my question being we said if with all of that given and he wins does he go up on a mount. Rushmore so not to be contrarian. But i'm gonna play contrarian let's just look at the flip side and say given all of that what happens if he does not succeed in. How is he excellent question. How is he viewed as one of the greatest college coaches of all time and he will then show back up on on fox or whoever wants to hire him. He'll be a free agent fox. Espn and old show up and say let's talk college football because guess what guess who's known is one of the greatest college coaches of all time if not the greatest college coach of all time. Pop warner somebody who did not succeed in the nfl. Bill many have by the way. We'll get to him in a second. I assume he's part of your news. Update chris but yeah. I mean when nick is you've got the confetti all over the place and he's smiling and he's you know being nick sabin on occasional limits. Yeah you know. He went to miami in. The dolphins didn't work out. so what. so what. Urban pocket a ton. More money than what he's pocketing on the set from fox and he'll still do whatever. He does jacksonville. Chris wool bookmark his his college. Football career page please share. I wanna see that next fall after the jaguars as their first game or few games. I want to see if it changes his record in college. It won't on a screen. What's on a screen right here. His college resume will remain unchanged with what happens in jacksonville and if he does not succeed. Jacksonville with trevor lawrence. And if it's a disaster guess what this on screen every single word syllable and number does not change. So what is bank account changes and he gave it a truck he will be able to say. I tried it like. I said last hour win. All of the ohio state buckeyes that he has put into the professional ranks of those people that are in the nfl. Michael thomas. let's just choose him capable. Can't guard mike. He has gotten off to a remarkable start in his career this year. Obviously we remove but prior to this year history. He made history got off to a and historic beginning to his career. Let's say he keeps doing. Marvin harrison type things like breaking marvin harrison single season receptions record as he did last year. Let's see he keeps doing that. Let's just say he gets to go into the pro football hall of fame one day if he is so lucky. Urban sitting there you know is a man is mid sixties. Smile in getting a shout out and he'll wave to everyone. Ohio loves him because of who he is and that's his state and all that or does he have an opportunity to be standing on stage with them. The only way it could be standing on that stage with them is by getting off that plane today pen in hand hydrated from whatever con water. That's in the bubble the con- suv. You know what. I mean the bubble. There you go. That's the only way. Urban has a chance to say. I m only plan. I'm the only man on planet earth to of one not one but two national championships with two different schools. We know some people have done that including these so-called greatest college coach of all time. But nick never hoisted the lombardi trophy to nor has anybody else who's ever won national championships at two different institutions of higher learning. Nobody's ever gone either in between or after to the nfl and lifted the trophy. Nobody urban could say i did it. He can't do it if he's like kicking it with rob stone bilo. Hey you know what. I mean by peacock this fall i should. I should've said willing to respect the for that. You know what. I mean like he and brady quinn. Make can make some great television segments. But that's not going to get him to the podium and cam saying he's gonna get their trevor lawrence pretty good but to be beat to be able to say of course. My peers are nick and bill. Of course my peers. At them i mean. Look what i've done. I mean And you know. He is known as one of the best coaches of our and his generation. So now here comes. The next part cannot wait and it's a smart move man. It's a smart move. How many coaches all right. I'll dip my tone pool and don't have the quarterback yet. I'll tell you man. I love what matt didn't his first year in carolina. i love it obviously. His resume at baylor doesn't even hold a candle to what urban did but the only way that i'm comparing apples to apples is you're talking about a college. Coach was never coached in the nfl before coaching in the nfl before his quarterback situation right now is okay. Who who is it. Teddy bridgewater who benched in week. Seventeen is teddy going to get the shot next year. And guess what he does not know right now. You could have him in a private moment matt. Who's your guy. Who do you think. I love this kid from such and such and such. Can you get them. I don't know the drafts can have to shake out urban. Who's your quarterback trevor lawrence. Do you know all i know. That's the difference man. The difference The greatest photo of all time. You cannot say to urban meyer. You didn't have the quarterback it's such a shame that's the job you took herbie knows what the hell he's doing he just needs to understand. The losses are common. He knows he knows. I don't know if the losses are coming. Come chris there well. Let's put it this way. They're coming far more frequent and far more frequently. But i'm not gonna rule out jacksonville making the playoffs next a four year loss for urban. Meyer was an off year of law season for my right now. Is these maybe one scene you know. I mean he's he's the running for a one seed with four losses trevor lawrence they've seventy-three million in cap. Space eleven draft picks. They are going to get very very good very very bright. And they also have laviska shenault and james raw james robinson one of the best wide receiver and running back rookie tandems in the nfl baby shark dj right short. Oh they're going to be contenders next year. Man i hope fans were allowed back and at that stadium is filled. I mean the that's where he's played. The world's largest cocktail parties been innocent. Means played the jacksonville. Before i not loud. It's such a great higher. I can't tell you it's bad. I always business. But he's never done it before and he's been wherever he's been created these issues to get out. Wherever we're what a great har- he's going to be a ceo the situation. I'm sure it's coaching staff is going to be first rate. And congrats the jaguars. They got their man man. They got him man. What are you talking about. Trevor and trevor malcolm reminding. Okay i just want to just say this one more time. All right we gotta get to. You know the news. Update want to see this one more time one last time because again it's gonna come up and i do want to say this one last time at a phnom it's i'm line. Don put the shot of urban meyer up. Put the shot of urban meyer of him coming off the plane seated. Pardon me the shot of urban meyer coming off the plane today. That photograph does not happen. If the jets lose in los angeles in week fifteen and lose at home to the browns in week sixteen. That photograph is like mardi mc fly in in back to the future. It fades away. He's not getting off that plane. If trevor lawrence is already had doesn't matter how much money communist shot conscious paying him doesn't matter that's a beautiful plain doesn't matter does not matter. We can get in the delorean and go back to week. Fifteen and i could fly back there. Okay i can fly back there with my walkman okay and go there and change. The future and that photograph goes away. That's a fact that is a fact. That's a hashtag fact. And you can start calling it the trevor wormhole because i'm going to go down and it's going to be tough to get me out of it because it's just pisses me off because everybody everybody on that jets team congratulations. I'm happy for you and your pride. But that's your pride is messing with my football mind. K and your new jersey. Privileges have been revoked. That's another that's another movie mixing back to the future and pulp fiction. And you throw in the world's greatest christmas movie and your ear off to avoid. Do you want to just run through a couple of stuff in place marks down netflix. Okay go forward right. We don't we don't have. The chargers are expected to bring in robert sal for a second interview yes. Sallow of second is now with the chargers. And the jets the jets let him out of the building and he's going to interview with the eagles coming up the lions they've hired brad homes. He was the rams director of college scouting. Who's their new. Gm just yes multi year deal from him he He and the rams because of this they get third rat to third round compensatory picks because homes was developed in the new minority efforts at the league has been right by the way to take somebody from the less need really Tree is a brilliant move. Less is so good. And i saying that because i'm you know friends with with him and and and his outstanding wife you know who i've known for twenty years. Honestly he so good at his job just look at that roster the youngest roster and the league. They are prideful. Jalen ramsey is course by the way he'll miss the first round selection this year. Is it true that we're but i think so. The rams haven't chosen i since since choosing golf. Golf is alas first round selection that they've had because they've trading they traded away. And so you know i mean. That's an excellent higher for the for the lines. I or some other coaching staff alabama's close to finishing their deal for bill o'brien to be their offensive coordinator. So did you see about their special teams coach and did not. Yeah texas Steve sarkisian hired away the special teams coach. Jeff banks you know how much the buyout is a million dollars this way. Green light and everything right and it's all green. It's green lights for jeff banks man texas somebody. Somebody in texas is like ripping off a bar. Saloon coach that circadian wants a million dollar buyout for special teams coach. What the hell is happening. Better they don't leadbetter kick devin hester right coordinator news two days after the seahawks. Let brian schottenheimer go. Is the steelers not renewing rank. Randy fichtner is yeah. His this one is just you know. What does that mean for big ben. That's big ben's that's his. That's his man. Rainy thickener out out of the run game was a disaster. This year wouldn't unmitigated disaster. And you could sit here and say it's personnel early. You know also now coming. I mean they are jew. That's making changes fourth and one punt needing for second going to pick up that one yard on the ground extinct big ben six five. What are we doing all right. So let's hear from sean marks on nets general manager. He was asked today on zoom with reporters. If kyrie's situation was a factor in kind of rampant things up short to trade for james harden. Okay any update on kyrie irving ends tangent channel that are related to that dude the situation surrounding kyri the nba beauity or any lingering concerns there have any impact on the timing or urgency of making this trait so to answer your second pot that note. The they're completely separate from one another. I'm kyrie's absence and you know the personal issues that he's dealing with. It has nothing to do with us. Going after a tiny james harden and thus regarding kyri and when he when he'll be hopefully back rejoining the team new part of that is the nba. And we're waiting for them to come out with so they ruling on the safety protocols hopefully we'll have a ruling soon you know i have talked kyri so I know he's excited about getting back on the court With his teammates as soon as possible. Okay so by the way in case you're wondering is from new zealand. That wasn't they haven't changed their accent in brooklyn and so he says he's talked to kyri and curry's excited to and i did he say that kyrie's return is is potentially protocol. Because of the video. I guess of him matt's they're investigating. Why is not there. I zoom with kyri is going to be lit if he does it. I mean i know that's true that's right. That's how he started this whole season. How it all started didn't it. And then lastly a baseball note Theo epstein has a new job. Guys he is going to be joined the commissioners office as a consultant regarding onfield matters. All righty then one. Step closer to commissioner epstein. Sorry i so. I guess he's not coming back to the red sox deep down. You're hoping that right. I may have course. I would love that but yeah there was. I'm just calling them. We'll throw to break right here. There is a great tweet. I saw yesterday. I don't i don't follow He's he's an author he's just got just got tweeted into my timeline About the The brooklyn nets about the geez. I shouldn't even go down this road. Without the thing already tita i talk about the about the three different types when people all right. Well we'll get this skinny guy a weird guy the year astrology. I know it's it's a great tweets. All right we'll set that up for for after lou diamond phillips lou. Diamond phillips. I'm a big fan of his work. He will be joining us next on the rich eisen show what a day. i had. No idea we're now. Having asked mike del tufo social media twitter segment of the first one was. What's a good i. Eight helicopter ride to catalina for dinner then back again. If don't stay overnight million dollar matchmaker like high rolling you wanna tell them annual what your idea. Great first date is helicopter. Ride the catalina dinner back really for. Let's say somebody that you've you've just met hair here really impression. You wouldn't be totally freaked out if somebody now i would be like. Wow this is your first day. I can't wait to the second baited a flight to san francisco. Now just gets croupier. Listen if that person is into all those things yeah all. Wow wow. you're so sweet. What would be a no-no for you. Relax your lame. The first ate was like yeah. So let's go get dinner and go see a movie. Iv like No the that when you've been dating for six months. What if the movie super troopers two. Okay towel. michelle beedle what. Your answer was to somebody's question of what's your perfect idea of a perfect first date helicopter ride from los angeles to catalina for dinner and then back out of date. Thank you thank you guy. Who is this girl. that's a lot. i don't want to die with some stranger on a warning one. i'll take my one. I'll take the five hundred emmanuel streaky. Said she loved it. I mean he's more women than me and her were now abound back on board. Thanks michelle now. You could take them in the unnamed boat see they both twenty six miles straight out to catalina take too kindly. I've done it. Oh yeah twenty. Six eighty oh it's like a massive marathon marathons near or but in a boat it's a sprint sprint. Both ba shell cable if you notice. I notice she did so. That's not creepy man. It's not i don't know man. You really really really really. You guys have your state aggressive first date. But it's if you really like light. Somebody saint louis everyone talking in. It's not it's not. it's no it's the point of view. Is that if you really do like somebody. You don't want to scare them off by saying. Hey here's in a first date that straight out of the bachelor writing lots. Its elaborate shod brought urban to the boat that's true and and he's now he's the coach. Look i'm not totally by the way mike. His boat is a name. It's called kismet. Gives me. You're here on rich eisen. Show okay Michael smith from brother from another will join us shortly. But i'm genuinely excited for this one Is lou diamond phillips on the phone. Christopher s he is his show prodigal son on tuesdays at nine eastern on fox. Season two premiered this past week but We have enjoyed his work in so many great Tv shows and films Certainly back in the day standing deliver la bamba and so much more he is lou diamond phillips here on the rich eisen show. How are you. i'm great rich. Thank you so much for having no. Thanks for coming on the show. Let's let's out normally. I can look at somebody's home town and where they were born and try and figure out what sports team they might be affiliated with or love. But you're born a naval base in the philippines. That right lou. I was indeed But i grew up in mostly in texas. Okay oh the cowboys with my team of choice for the longest time but after having four daughters. I'm afraid i've fallen off. We're good okay. So then let's talk about back in the day. Are we talking like like how. How far back cowboys are we talking about for you. Oh my gosh With we're talking seventies eighties cowboys Stomach so we're talking about. You're talking about roger staubach back in the day. And then i'll senator percent rodriguez roger staubach Something that show with my dad was also in the military so yeah. Every every sunday we were referring to And and Unfortunately you know like like a lotta guys. I hope there's there's no crew like you'll you know sure. Of course no doubt about that. So because again. I i'm i'm a lead pipe wielding professional. Even though we just met so i looked up much of your history in your filmography so to appeared in an episode of dallas even for a split second at the very beginning of your career that had to be pretty big done since That huge i mean that was that was actually absolutely one of my first job and it was The the moment where you i thought. Wow i've arrived you know i'm working with lou linda sue and on a on a nationally televised you know show and it just became Signposts that was on our on the right path. Certainly i mean i remember that show and how you'd saw texas stadium in the open on the fly over. They would look into the stadium and not just always used to get me so excited. But for everybody spoiler alert. You're not the one who shot j arguing correct lou. That was a that was not me. Okay don't you so we can move. Aw so then how did you first get the gig Their breakout role with lebombo. What how did that go down for my goodness that you know mean it's kind of a lightning in a bottle legend now but I i was working in texas film industry. I was doing a lot of senior small gigs. Like one on dallas And they actually did a national talent search to find. Richie came dallas texas for one day. i was put on videotape and flown out to hollywood a couple of weeks. Later where you know. I won the screen test And the rest is history. I was actually literally still living in texas working as a local actor when they quote unquote discovered there. So you kinda like hit. The lottery is what you're saying in a way. No it's huge. it's huge. i mean The the thing is i've taught acting You know off and on for number of years and everybody's going. Well how do make making i said. Well you know a big part of his luck you just have to be in the right place at the right time and that was the case for me but luck always comes with a great deal of preparation so be ready to accept that role when the opportunity came. But you know you cannot. You really cannot control You know what comes down the pike towards you you just. You just have to be ready for the chance when he called off the bench you know. Sure that's the to use another sports That from branch. Rickey the great general manager of the brooklyn dodger days. Luck is the residue of design is the the great sports phrase. So obviously so. How did you prepare when you're when you know. Look look you gotta take a chance. I mean i got my start in In television sending a big thick three quarter inch tape to a head hunter putting first class poached on it to make sure it got there right away. Put it in the us mail and espn found. Me i mean like. I felt like i was struck by lightning in that. But how did you prepare for for this roles for for such an open wide Countrywide casting lou. Well i mean you know once again. I i it's it's all about You know to to continue this analogy train them. You train you train for that moment when you know i it it It happens. I mean what was it bruce. Lee says You know i'm I'm not afraid of the guy that can throw a thousand kids. Some of the guy that's practice kick a thousand times so at that point in my life. I had a degree in theater. I was training film acting with Of i was teaching still acting and all of that was the confluence that came together when i had the The audition of a lifetime and you know there was so Do you sing karaoke. Lou i do i do and chadli. There's plenty of video footage out there on the internet Looking good. i'm pretty happy about that. You should know that that that happens on occasion so then. When was the last time you sang. La bomba when was the last time you actually did that out the last time. I said la bamba. Probably you know what I had a birthday party for prodigal son that was a karaoke night Bellamy young on the show. And michael. Sheehan and i just all all are within a couple of weeks of each other and threw a big karaoke party and just to appease the crew. I think it's about to say a. Ps is a great word. Because you must be just like really. Are you really ask me say you must be like i can't. I can't walk into a mexican restaurant. Where the where the money out you ban. Because i know what's going to happen. Four songs within foresaw okay. That's kind of like name that tune. That's amazing lou. Diamond phillips here. Before we get to the to the year now just lingering in the past a little bit Young guns. I mean you know. That is a tremendous movie with a tremendous cast. What was it like to be a with all of those fellow actors at such a height of so many different moments in careers for everybody at such a young age. What was that like. I have to say rich stepping onto that set. I had done lebombo i done. Stand and deliver it. Bright stepping on that set for me was a moment where i realized i had arrived. You know. lebombo was a negative through the studios a low budget. Film scanning deliver was a micro low budget film and then suddenly. I'm on a set with emilio estevez and keep her sutherland. And you know. I thought okay now. That's it. I'm the ethnic member of the brat pack and and is there a safe for work story. You could tell me a good safe for work story from from that day. Forward story wow You know what. Emilio a massive prankster. Okay The very first day of filming We all got these fed ex packages that were supposedly from fox studios and That said hey you know. Here's what we think of your. Thank you so much for being a part of this emilio at sentiment when you open it up. It was a cow pie so It was at that moment. it was on. The practical jokes came fast and furious after that. Okay now. here's a not safe for work. Story gopher no you don't got one. I'm sure i'm not gonna do that because quite honestly back in the day thank goodness. Gmc and camera might have been. Is it true that extras on that film were jon. Bon jovi and tom cruise is at a true story or is that is that false. Well number one. They weren't extras but There's one hundred through cameos in this cameos. ask tom. tom cruise is in the first one. We heavily made him up because been shopping for and he wanted to be And that was in the first one and the second one John job got his sag card by getting shot on camera of coming out of the pit. No hitting one hundred percent. Sure so jon. Bon jovi got his screen actors. Guild card by getting shot in a cameo in young guns dot is a true fact of popcorn of it is. John wanted to hang around on set. For a couple of weeks to write the soundtrack you wanted to soak up the ambiance. You wanted to get some firsthand experience and then one night it's like. Hey let's throw john. And there ensued. Go that and tom cruise at this. Point of his career had never been shot on camera. Before is what you're saying like never had And and he was afraid of emilio's for the The outsider day and he came to visit And was hanging around. And and you know for goof said hey man but should be So they made him up so he was virtually unrecognisable frame The the The big finale emilia pops out of the trunk at the end One of the first guys he shoots is tom. That is unbelievable. Lou absolutely remarkable lou. Diamond phillips here on the rich eisen show you mentioned you have four daughters. Have you shown any of your early work to them have you. Have you gone back in the day with. Your older girls have Some of the work. But i mean When grayson bella and lily were young they saw a bomb button And and it was so dramatic. I haven't shown Indigo now chains gastro just yet so Yeah that's that's hazard you know you don't wanna see your dad die. Well no i understand that I hear you Let's let's talk about the here and now as well Before again we get to prodigal son. You were fantastic and goliath in the episodes that you were in that show is dynamite man And i wonder what it was like on. I mean you've been on the set With some fellow thespians. Before you mentioned. Edward james olmos to about billy bob being an onscreen with him lou. What was that like philly i. It's so funny man. I'm at the point in my career. Where an opportunity comes up. And somebody i want to work with right. I really don't even have to look at the material it's like. Oh i'm gonna do a couple of episodes of billy bob. I didn't even read it. You know said yes. You know since with twenty four and working with kiefer and dennis hopper in that first season there are actors that i just wanna work with and so Because part of the lights experience you know is is You know one of the perks of it all and and I gotta say ami from an artistic standpoint working with dillybob knowing that it was going to be a brief it it was just wonderful and his whole approach to the work It's it's all about the attic. It's all about the story it. Was you know it was just a gift and I i wish. I could have done more but you know i was happy to have what i had lou. Diamond phillips here on the rich eisen show. Let's get to a prodigal son what attracted you to this show to do it. Loo- you know what's funny. Is that you know. I'm playing a police lieutenant. And those who are a dime a dozen in procedural and this role was so unique and so original and had so much going on. Not only in the backstory but in the relationships that he has the other characters that that that was a very easy yes i was. I was extremely happy to be involved with this. And the fact that has been so well received that it's a hit and People are loving the entire ensemble It's you know. And now when i look at it. It's crazy because we got you know. Michael sheen gets pain. We got bellamy young. We have a murderer's row of of an ensemble. And catherine zeta jones winning this year. i i really really just feel incredibly fortunate well again. Thanks for joining me here lou. I've been a big fan of yours for for many many years. And i you know. I just as much as the shows about sports. It's about pop culture as well and you have been in some incredible films and television shows throughout the years. I'd love to just keep kicking it with you. Whenever you want to promote anything. Come back on. i appreciate the time. I'd love to come back anytime rich. Thanks for have you bet. That's lou diamond phillips at blue d phillips on twitter checkout prodigal son tuesdays nine eastern on fox right here on the rich eisen show about that. Tom cruise had never been known shot before. Now when you say he's been shot at and shot and more movie and not that he's been he gets shot a lot now with the mission and jack richer richer and all up those scenes like i screen shy them and when you screenshot the picture and you you can tell it for them right. I had no idea. I've watched that twenty tops. No clues tom cruise. That was funny. It was on the set there. Could you imagine your please guns. When crews was on senator jesse young yang yang right on the gun gun. So you don't wanna confused gone on. But again we had rob lowe here. And he's known. Crude rob lowe is part of that set to think he went to to high school with half of them right now and so he said tom. Cruise always refers to his movies. But just the one word show. Top gun was gun. Mich- right all the right moves was move so smooth when he was on the set of moves. He said the way he would talk when i was on the set of moves. So what would it be. Would it be young guns gun gun but was this before tom. Gun doesn't matter was eighty nine. You don't wanna confuse it. I'm saying it does matter if it was before already used this for for eyes wide. Shut shut shut is set up is when i was on the city is set of shut. Said is can be wiped fidel. Yo you're assuming we could play this game the rest of the show. Yes without what we have to take a break and we have another guest. So we count indulge ourselves any longer. I'm sorry i was having fun. Certainly before we get to the movie cocktail and we got to leave that one where it is right. Shoot michael smith the brother for another when we come back. How many Planks do you have to break to be a black belt. How many did you have to decide is an actual metric a number. But i think it's when the pressure is on when the tournaments happen when the tests happened while break one right now. Do we have one anywhere. Can we get applied for these take plank. Take i mean why not to buy the two four. That's what is it now. you got no idea. Let me sit. Standard i would. I'm guessing show morongo tomorrow. I have a broken hand. What and taking it often uses the amazing fairfield proper twelve. Okay do you want to give it a try if you think you can do it. But this is what i learned at the house of empty hands in newark new jersey. Okay very good off break. Hold on hold it down at the better chris. Whole import out a little bit more so the end. This is on the box. You don't even have any music from karate. Kid gets the glory lot. forget it. i really thought i can do it. Rich i really thought. I could. Jeff we still you now. You know as well christopher being life partner of a lead pipe yielding hilarious individual and Los angeles-based ca comic. Jeffrey ross is one of the most wonderful human beings on planner fantastic. I loved like just a new house. his instagram. Like grossed me things how great me and then you can respond to help him roast. It's amazing what a great idea. That was really. Hey me his his his His roast history. Show right that. That was fun too. I guess they stopped because of the pandemic. Yeah yeah you go roshni with geoffrey rush. You've no idea. Here's roasted use. Since he was on the show he got us all. He is just a ravens bills. Baby snow snow lake effect. Snow bills mafia lake effect. Snow fire tables broken tomorrow. Lamar mandalorian bevy showing radio radio. Ravens bills man. Ravens bills on nbc. It's al increases in this sunday night. Football stellar crews finale. The nfl divisional weekend presented by into it. Turbo tax live seven. Thirty eastern is when you can watch the pre game after that saturday night wraps up again. Give this week pulling for bills mouth. Oh righty Here's the tweet. I was you about now. The brooklyn one. I don't know if we have it To show but I'll just say. I don't know i honestly i was. I'll give the jet some Jake biddle who's Who's a reporter working on a book about climate migration how time but the nets have now acquired all three types of brooklyn guy a weirdly skinny guy guy with a huge beard and a guy who obsessed with astrology and conspiracy theories. That's pretty accurate. So that's so as of right now then as a tremendous four thousand like this this guy jake. Only seven thousand followers love when people total and then when people do with with less you know less of a total that for for viral. Tweet like that He then attached about His girlfriend's articles for the wall street journal. He's like hey while you're while you're here everybody's paying attention. It's phenomenal Michael smith of brother from another right back here on the rich eisen show to help us take him an us to his show on. Nbc sports on peacock. How are you sir. Good man what's going on with. Well i mean we're just hanging here was fun hanging with you and michael holly on On the brother from another peacock. I ever peacock. Nfl playoff postgame show. That was fun to do it again. Let's do it again absolutely. That was a lot of fun. You a division. We can come as always but the trade. How do you think that's going to work in the in brooklyn you know what man i'm i. I like to see things Positive perspective. I like to look at the glass half full my over correct well first of all. He's got to show up to work. How many how. Many blockbuster trades where. Nba teams have created the super team. That they feel is necessary to defeat. Whoever they think is need defeating. Lebron miami Or the durant as right lebron. La however you want to see how many of these traits ever started with well one of the stars. It's already they're better show up. You know very I twenty twenty one showed that's That's that's the new. Do stuff like us and i think as a nation agreement nobody events allies wednesday. And if he's really you know that broken up that he needs to be away because of where we are as a country right now. I respect it. I respect that. I think more or less. You take mental health sabbaticals. It'd be nice if he communicated his reasoning with his organizations. Michael is that really what it is. That the the attack on okay. I'm just i have no idea. This is what i read. I've haven't talked to carry irving and if it is that. I love to hear and say that not just for the team. Everybody else sure. I love to hear i love to hear him. Express that messaging because we're out of time. We're really talking about mental health and trauma in a in a more enlightened sophisticated way to maybe we ever have but we still have a long way to go and i think collectively when you combine the pandemic without political strife. I don't know that we truly understand You know the damage has being done to us. Psychologically and i'm not. I'm not. I'm no philosopher. Don't get me wrong. But i just think it's a healthy conversation. Had we saw a lot of they're coming out of the bubble with people like paul. George is that what the conversation about mental health right now and if curry needs a break for whatever reason i mean we do maintenance they'll people's knees and ankles i can do loan you need low maintenance for your brain. I was saying that before. Michael is that in our dange for sure that if an athlete if he or she has a crutch like a physical crutch or have a cast. We can understand it. You know but when it's a soft tissue injury we don't see anything like that or the muscle between our temples injury we do not we do not as fans sit here and say anything but one how you come back you know. We don't we. Don't treat brain hills as a society. No we like. It's like toughen it up kyri but but but but it would be beyond helpful certainly since we have established that this is writ large. The general sports populations view ob. Something like this about when you come back you know you know. What do you mean two to four weeks with the help you know with what's going on between your temples figure it out that in order to combat that he's got talk about it if this is what's going on. Yeah no he has. He has attention. kinda like the guy that you mentioned that has five thousand followers but fifty four thousand likes. Yes he has everybody's attention He always about attention and I if he were to speak to somebody. You know the media Post something on instagram. Something i think he could do. A lot of a lot of good to to bring to the forefront his reasoning so stepping remember. This is a guy who did not want to play in the bubble because he thought it would distract from The racial justice conversation and social justice conversation that was being had at a higher level than the never You know back in the summer so Having said all that. And it'd be nice. If the minimum communicated steve nash and his teammates negotiation and sean marks having said all that If he shows up i actually think they're going to over correct because it. Maybe this is wishful thinking. They've heard the jokes. They've seen the memes. They seem the two k. Simulations they all this stuff about them fighting. Nobody's gonna take the last shot. I think he made a at the at the early stages they might be too unselfish because it's not like harden is not a gifted passer facilitator. You know where he has been. He can't be when he wants to be carrying. Irvine can facilitate and we know the offense certainly can run through kevin durant and get everybody involved. They like each other enough And i think they want this to work enough to get the beginning. The issue is not going to be taken a last shot. Or who's taking the most out. It might be actually over passing and being too unselfish the question for me. Is this really how they're gonna to when things get tough because inevitably super teams always run into some kind of adversity. Some kind of trouble. And that's when you see what they really made of inside out. Pay a member of the media Kyrie's i zoom if he does in fact habit to say to him now that you've got hard and how does he compare with durant or lebron terms of the people you've played with who can make a last shot. What about you question on everybody's mind so yeah would. And how many coaches you have now. That's another one really. Wanna kinda unpack thing and if you are playing so well Should should michael holly michael smith's fantasy basketball team. That's dfl on the rich. Eisen show lead should. Should you be acquired by them. How about that is a question. Said a good question. Wait a second. Oh my god Wait a minute franchise. Modibo frank michael. I hate to tell you. Wait a minute. So i see i gotta talk to my guy. In my my assistant. He was supposed to be on top of that. Funny michael bus or anything like that. That's okay because holly through you under the bus. When i hit him on the same exact subject last week at this very very time but did he go. Just keep doing what you guys. Excuse me under the bus. I mean he just like did he. Did he make any kind of move. Or whatever i mean i just. I'm a hands off kinda owner a hands off. I hire good people. I let them make the you delegate. Michael and here's the thing and i know you've gotta go so do we. To one means to stir up dissension before the latest episode of brother from another but Have a good show mike. come up. that's michael smith and michael holly nba experts. Don't let the fantasy stuff Undercut them along with the chris simms to discuss the upcoming divisional playoff weekend including of course bills ravens. That's on nbc that's nbc. Sports on peacock roles. I wanna thank iron eagle ryan garcia ladonna mill phillips and michael smith. Our friend josh. Charles diehard ravens fan will be on friday's edition of the rich eisen show and so much more on friday. We'll see you on the radio on peacock. Stare at the second. Is the rich eisen show.

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Episode 118: The Death and Life of John F. Donovan + A Tale of Love and Darkness

The Film Buds Podcast

2:15:21 hr | 1 year ago

Episode 118: The Death and Life of John F. Donovan + A Tale of Love and Darkness

"Maybe tonight after I have my cake. I have some cake waiting. Do you WANNA cake. I'm good thank you. I just wanted to ask. What kind is it? How it's regular but The Hague is regularly vanilla boy what it's like. It's like vanilla body or Vanilla L. Body Vanilla innards some kind of icing on top normalizing. It's just a cake like a birthday cake. It's circular yeah. Yeah has a like a vanilla cream since center and Icing Green Center. It's vanilla the stuff out of the cake that you you eat. I mean the stuff that the flower on Dj the sponge. Thank God man. The the great British bake off would be furious with me. Paul. I'm sorry hello everybody. Happy big hi everybody. Welcome back if you can stop. It's my birthday today. I'm twenty six years old. Isn't that crazy? That's crazy. Yeah Crazy. Yeah now that's nuts. Oh yeah welcome back to the phone. Buds podcast this is episode number one hundred and eight twenty six. Nope close and my name is Henry. I'm Khloe and today. We got a couple of fees. I am you gotTa Make Sense. Yeah today we got some reviews that are probably films you may not have heard of before you shoulda done. Yeah Portman fast. Yeah manifest and the first one we have is the death and life of John. F Donovan. New Exhibit Your Dolan Film. That is now on not new. He already has a new one out. Breath that's true. Came out last year but it is on Amazon digital rent and I think DVD as well. Which has Natalie Portman Kit Harrington Jacob Tremblay Citizen Saran wrap as Henry Wilkinson? Call her. Yeah lots more. We're little Famous people it's chock full famous. People is is all we need to say. Well you Jessica chastain had a role. Yeah you gotTA WATCH THE GROUPS. Not The loops. The deleted scene for that. 'cause she got done cut out. Yeah then a retro review of a overlooked film. I know I'm biased. Which is a tale of love and darkness from Twenty Fifteen? Which is written and directed and starring? Natalie Portman Natalie harsh log. Yes yeah it's A. It's a great film. Which is yeah which is on net flicks right now so easy you. You all have net flicks. If you don't email us at the foam buds at Palmyra PODCAST DOT com. And I'll give you my information. Yeah you gotTa Watch the movie and maybe a Little News. Then we also have a birthday present you do. I am a box. They're some listener questions. Didn't think I was just bringing shoebox I am. I can see that happening. But it's been a while since you've done that so I figured just put to Henry. I don't even remember to give you your thing at my game night finally gave you your pottery you made and then you left in my house. I F- fudged. Sorry about that. Put It in the box you next time. Sorry about that unintentional like. I'm sure there's a really good movie analogy that if we were fresh. Take up for this right now. Some other stuff we watched as well. I have a good story all the usual stuff. I have a short one as well. I don't know if it's good to be fair. I have a story a unique story. Yeah so thank you again for joining us once again. I'm probably that's it. That's it and just as a little note. Make sure to check out. Music Buds if you have not yet Which is our little spin off show just in case you're new to US welcome. Yeah Good luck to you have good. We got see chloe. How are you did you will you please? I'll be like Oh. I'm really insecure. Now I've been on a terrible to your life. You know you didn't like it. You're just sweet. No it did have used it. No you didn't he. I said that before I used it. Drowned yeah okay. I think I met the little build your own own room. Did you build it? You know. It's there though I wanted to the other one? The other music play on what song plays so God help us. All right knows who knows. My hope is Yankee. Doodle BE GREAT. That'd be great but the other one was on. Swiss army knife right and I said. Oh that's sick Except then it's all wooden pieces so that's not useful let's stinker of a you know as so I'm my mouth is getting dry insecure about this gift as well. It's not a pair of Sperry's just to be clear. No worries are is. Everyone thinks the price that I own a pair of berries not surprising. I don't think so they're not the ones you think because I'm not a spray person. Okay in general. I'm a bear Aging you now but these wonder early. Call the recycled and they like you know. I have a weird of sexual Frankenstein camps so anyway So I tried to get you a press and then it came busted and this is eft up but also I was insecure about it anyway was a beanie with like a headphones in Canada. Stupid stupid this net. I would like to try that out. Yeah but like it's stupid. I don't know it could be anything. Well it came busted Matt Amazing and then second gifts. I'm an idiot I got you assure but then I saw you'll see them and I had a stroke facebook. Clem me do a little card and then I saw you. Oh what's your band. Fight Club band. I said closest ridiculous. Yeah I'm blanking on the name. Wash your mouth with soap unbelievable. The only have one shirt. It's cute shirt I like. Yeah Oh yeah now I have my very own. Isn't that Muscle Egos that's stupid. I'm so mad. Whatever they say you know. They shouldn't very promptly. I was. Oh Yeah Oh yeah well again just as a note for anyone who ever gives me gift. It's the thought that I really matters to me. It's not the actual product so it's just the fact that you took the trouble to get me. Gift is more than enough for me really Khloe. I really appreciate you just getting me anything and I say that to everybody. It makes it worse. Oh okay well here we go. I'm boxing like boxing video while I can already happy. Green get across. Oh I see okay. So it says Happy Birthday Henry but the birth part is crossed out Has Green on top. Thank you and I love the the drawing. It doesn't look like either of you. It doesn't matter. I like it though. Here's The let's just like US road. I like it cheese. This is another issue. You really hard to draw to be fair khloe easier job. That's a hundred Kashmir Scottish golf a Scottish scarf. Thank you think I would not want to have that Kashmir. Yeah that's nice thank you now. These to are Fred on time. Picking these up. Why the Ramones? What about tomorrow? An oral history of Russian punk from the Soviet era to Pussy. Right Khloe. These are the best thank you. I love these gifts. I would never have found these books myself. I didn't even know I wanted them. That's amazing that's amazing. I thank you so much. Nobody like reading. Yeah that's what I'm saying but like nobody really these are this one. I couldn't not 'cause you the whole Ramon thing is funny and this one actually sounds really good and you know really closer to awesome book. Yeah thank you. I really appreciate that again. This is the thing. Let me throw this box set. Is Okay the box whenever I say. I'm thankful for gift. Everyone thinks I'm being sarcastic. I not being Kasagic thank you. I love these gifts truly. I know thank you so many people think that though. I appreciate your gifts no. I know now you would appreciate if I gave you an empty Campbell. Soup can loved it exactly would have loved it. I know you take my point. Yes but still there are levels of thankfulness you here. That's that's major. That's major so and I could really use the scarf to yeah. I can't find any my scarves these days. So it's perfect soft. Yeah well thank you again so cool. We'll have a quick little thing to talk about. So don't worry we'll get to the reviews. I know people are just dying to hear about John. Donald Movies this is the podcast. We Wanna be these two movies. No am I wrong. I think so okay fine. This is the I wanted to be. I mean in terms of podcast. Sure that's what the heck do you think I just said I don't know what will we'll get jamming Indie Lady of in my own. Yeah Oh totally. That's what I'm talking about okay. Okay Gotcha Gotcha yeah. Classic classic US little mix up there. I'm in Rt. Yeah Flexi till I die anyhow again. Yeah hey episodes on you anyhow I because I have turned twenty six years of age. I have had to break off from my family's health insurance so when I heard that I thought hey sounds get demille. Let's do it okay. Let's do it so I know this is very much old news. Everybody knows this in the whole world or at least in the US that getting or qualifying for a good healthcare plans and just going through the actual process is so fucked. I can't even express my anger. The last two weeks we've been on and off the phones trying to figure things out going online filing for this plan uploading these documents. Oh wait no. You can't do this if you don't have that calling this person that person this person that person over and over again it has been a nightmare and yesterday. Khloe this is where it all. Yeah came to a head. We talked on the phone the day before with a very nice person on the phone Healthcare person and we're like yeah. Let's get the silver plan. That's what we need for me Bingo Bango done. I was like great. We don't have to worry about this anymore. Also I had to go get my license renewed a whole other thing but anyways yesterday I thought everything was just fine share Hunky Dory and then we get e mail saying hey. You've signed up for the bronze plan and I said hold up. Who did it do that? Yeah so no ascension Ao Woah. Exactly thank you and of course when you see that your heart just sinks. Because you're like I'm going to have to talk to some other Pumpkin head on the phone. Get this all sorted out so I do that. Of course. My mother furious arms-flailing everywhere frustration thrown to bury boxes left. Or Right. Yes get somebody on the phone and essentially just go through what I just told you to them and the person says oh well it looks like you signed up for the bronze plan said no no no no your co worker dead share. I said over the phone. Because that's how you're making me do this. I wanted the silver plan because that's what I can afford. Punk weight is bronze more than silver. It has different benefits but in terms of how my income and my health care situation. That's what would work best for me. Seller said no no. No I said your employees your employees. Your Co worker silver. It was his fault What are you GonNa do for me here? Said Oh boy say that. That'd be hilarious but go so many steps and finally he gets me back on the silver plan and now you have to go back through the website pay the deductible or the premium whatever it is and of course it takes forever to get the right page on and on. It was a nightmare. Khloe finally I have the healthcare that I need but It's a truly I knew this beforehand but having to go back through it again. I'm so sorry to everybody out there who had an issue with that which I'm sure as many people well and You know this is the more fortunate side of big news yes thankfully I was able to get the right one and could afford it. Yes you know even afford access to such thing as necessary such as even phone. Yeah I mean for people who don't have those things it would be. Would it be nice if you know it was just you could just automatically have access to healthcare by young just like maybe along like your taxes it would be? Well let me crazy. You can just go to. Doctor can media you know and no nope brands. Yeah Brazi knows what gold was. You know what I think they do that in our country did you crazy. Wow I don't know if you read their forty it's crazy a lot less money and so my heart goes out to all the people struggling with that or who have struggled because I I don't forget to vote unless you disagree with me then. I'm still vote but you don't have to know all right. Well we allege. Will you had something right? Yeah little something having so chloe this is not good to come okay so I did something super weird and it was super long and super boring. It was only born because it was so long. It's supposed to be two hours. I was like oh it gets a like living in a movie like three fine and I was like. I'm doing something nice for my friend like this is fine right. It's my friend is in law school. And he's about done until one of their final kind of deals have to basically like you know like mute court like a fake court but it's all like super real but yet so they all had you find jurors for each other cases like he's in his last semester of law school. And they all do this. They were Blah Blah right. She said well you do this for us so I can. I said sure buddy two and half hours maximum life. I got your back. He was like I knew you'd be down you're passionate et CETERA. And I was like right. You gotta just wasn't experience right so I know you love Colombo. It's kind of you know I don't know you know the best honestly but I think yeah with my hair. I think I could pull off Colombo for Halloween. Oh you place. Just one more thing. Oh you cannot do it. Yeah you can't have the Tan overcoat. Nobody will do you want to have. Hey scarf would be bad. Oh yeah because it's like the orangey Brown. Yeah no no you are though I mean I would. Maybe not the cool people you allie. Watch Colombo. I told her she should but she has not responded yet. So I doubt which is okay. The Strauss's have all four of us have seen Colombo. I love it. I love it to death us with no pun intended am anyway so I went to do so at the Law School Duke. I went to do this Beyond this jury because why not was the crime okay? So right you'd think it was gonna be like murder whatever now. It was about contracts now more inspired dukes Fisher Shit however in all fairness the murder one if you really think about it because it had to be a realistic was taken forever. It was a murder one right sure cat and also. I kept making legally blonde jokes. Nobody there had been legal. Bond I said once by Judicial Law School K sure. Few good men maybe shake. Can I skip ahead to the best part of the story before I left this Kacem so obnoxious of me but it's true it's true the judge quote unquote who is like the I? Guess the law school teacher like he he this other. I were prosecuted prosecuted. Jeff bezos. Found that out later and I said that's my guy right. Yeah but he came up to me. Linh like why are you here? I said I don't want to be ran away. I actually read it because I was super lakes if they went off forever by in Seattle. I B I said Okay but anyway I was like that's so flattering but anyway so I'm GonNa start the beginning but then go really fast all right. Always the best so they had to find each other people right now. The big thing I guess law school people especially Duke Ones. Not all of them. Obviously right like Duke. Off School. You know have to wrap not all of them. My friends were Nice but some of them you know. Go with the stereotype being rich stuff. Write since I've I guess finding someone. They just hired people from craigslist. So some of the jurors were from craigslist interesting. I've never been on craigslist. I don't plan on it. I was a child during that whole murder thing but like isn't that crazy and I was like dishes made things a whole more interesting right strange no shade. They were the most difficult. This might not surprise you. I ended up being for person. Yeah I didn't mean to be but apparently I'm bossy at that. Don't okay thank you your work. Yeah I just became for. I said foreman. I told Gary he's stop looking at. You think it's bad I like it. That's why I see. This is what you look like you or him it. It does look like him. I knew it does look like me. I think the lips you got the lips down a view. Yeah I think I got you down you do. It looks Nola when we said that originally. I wasn't thinking right all right I was just like Oh yeah you know. Klay does truly okay. I like it. I WanNa put it somewhere where I can always look at it okay. So anyway but yeah. The craigslist thing was interesting right so in any case so we had to go this contract but having it was actually a little more interesting than you think. K Town really boring. It had some good little twists and turns a little spice yellow spice. I met Kayla person like I did actually find it very interesting except the lawyers. Oh my God it took forever like. I said it's supposed to have hours. I was there for like five hours. It was longer the five hundred dollars so long. I think guys keep it concise. Okay like watching terrence malick movie or something honestly honestly. That's a good segue airtime. I guess 'cause she made love in darkness right after that's right. She's in Malik movie anyway. Step contract lock as the as like. This is so obvious like I think everyone on my page like these two guys are idiots there due to obviously is a jerk. Rogin agree I can get out of here. Have my evening got off evening. But that's a whole other story anyway which I stayed you know so anyway. Core doesn't seem so bad now then we got back there and I was like Ok guys like I know you know. I've watched a lot of money guy. I saw that episode where they kept killing off jurors so I know we hand up pieces of paper and we all do it anonymously and then give US newspaper so I headed up paper and pens and stuff and they were like four person on find so than I was the only two of us out of the eleven who was on my side. Wow were on my side and I said you really matches first of all. I can't believe state of our country Claude. Honestly first of all. Most people agree that the guy was a jerk okay. I was surprised that in convince these people enough. They're like yeah he's dirty like that was bad and they also the lawyers idiot like they were really bad their job. They were super misogynistic. And when I haven't been me about this. They were like they try again. Contract Law Super. Whatever near like he put her in the friend zone cheating. Get it like that kind of literally. They tried to do that as it was so bad right. So there's that whole thing and as I got but everyone but to less on that guy and I said you guys are not paying attention to anything like it was Hammy shook my core but don't worry Henry in under twenty minutes. I got everyone. We add a unanimous vote. Wow so you pull the angry men on my side you were Henry Fonda. You saw that the biggest compliment I've ever done twelve everyman's amazing Moody News. I love you. Sydney allows that movies. Gray live at your welcome. Roberta I got you full. Three hundred thousand dollars that do. Cain was a jerk and a half. I got these people to acknowledge that it was great evening. It wasn't after that people disappoint you while wearing. Us sweater note while wearing a sweater. You got them. Yeah don't wear that governs appoint me and my right Just Henry you could never. Oh thank you. I'm really sure to breath but no joke. It was a serious leg. Who So we're okay because Henry? It all doesn't matter right like it was all whatever will come of it matters because it was like they're great and stuff and also to D- like the two dudes did a terrible job. Okay like you can have your whole case based on massage Nampo Wa. Meanwhile these two other people focused on the facts of the much better. They also didn't tried. I mean we don't care about this. Just trust me right. They were much more respectful. Like just in general just a lot smarter about the whole thing. If you ask me. I wasn't going to let it go because these group dummies were dummies. That those to get better grades than these people. You know what I mean. Yeah I can't look yesterday places but yet but I can't have a big effing mouth. I can't do that and then we had to go back in the room and then tell I was a four person. Do I say it. And then he was like. Oh thank you so much for your participation if you would just say and tell us a and I had to sit there and say as eloquently and play was possible. Why how the conclusion came to be. I started with just so you all do really well like just so you know. The majority was actually on the opposing side for the majority of our time deliberating so everyone did really well. However I know usually get to pick your juries but maybe be quick on your feet when you have a Lotta ladies in the room Cetera. I didn't say that but that was the gist and it was a time. Isn't that so weird? I was in the I really. And then I ran out of there and then the guy told me to go law school and I said yes. Socce- Jeff bezos. But also. I'm not going to ask for well. Good for you Khloe. That's one of the reasons why I love you. You know stupid crap from you know I mean what was the point of that. Oh I guess maybe something. Maybe those two people really needed that you know what I mean. Maybe and the other to those boys needed to hear that Maybe sew clothing And they were the classic that like it made sense that they felt that way and he was also being so rude to the heels. Like judge. Can you please ask Roberta Earth? Can you please have Into the cushion or the whatever yes or no only right and it was like Sir Rude. You know what I mean. Get off your high horse. He was totally that kind of he was like the antagonistic. Lloyd like he was like I was like Bro. You Watch to me your way the one who loses like underdogs over here always win like this guy. Looks like Dilbert and she weighs ten pounds. These two always win. Yeah learn your lesson. Don't feed into this no joke. Well you've seen the graphics. I couldn't believe that this was real life. No like these people are genuinely already assigned to firm like they're about to be lawyers and I couldn't believe what I was watching was we've all watched the same TV shows. But I just couldn't believe it was shocking. I'm so sorry I talked about for so long. Thank you for this therapy session. I still feel guilty about turning the jury I I don't I do. I don't clone. You did good. I'm a real sometimes. Good steamroller steamroller. That's why I feel bad ball so I'm right and I know exactly. Yeah and that's why it's confusing all right with all that said we can jump in. Let's get into our first review. Which is the death and life of John? Donovan? Here's a clip. We have a clip. So take a listen. We know how things dotted he answered one of your friend. Lettuce and then an unlikely correspondence began etcetera etcetera. Why don't you just back all the way up to how things started with you and John Donahoe? I just turned eleven kids at school multi meter data new guy. My mom and I were barely speaking anymore. All my dreams had disappeared. The only one that had survived John. Okay so the death and life of John Donovan expressed by Xavier. Dolan Safety I should we. Can we do disclaimer that we'll be pronouncing his name wrong for the duration of the show? Sure because his name was savvy is traditionally. Oh interesting stars Kit Harrington Natalie Portman Jacob Tremblay. Susan Sarandon Kathy Bates Tandy Newton Jerod ki-so Chris Sale Michael Gambon. Emily Hampshire Sarah Don. The synopsis is a decade. After the death of an American television star. A young actor reminisces about the written correspondence he shared with him as well as the impact. Those letters had on both their lives. So like we said this one is available to rent digitally and think DVD. And Blu Ray and some places but I think it premiered it can last year. No Kith teff last year. Okay apparently the original cut was four hours. He cut it down to to really see it. Oh Yeah Yeah and he cut it down to. I would be very curious to see the four hour. I'm saying I wouldn't mind it. You know what I mean. I really wouldn't if you're in the mindset fine yeah well even like a fine even like a good version of an eleanor rigby deal. Yeah Khloe what did you think where to even begin? Okay first of all. I like him a lot and he's still like very well. Yeah over I mean yeah relative asylum talking myself. I guess he's still very young career. I guess relatively kizer child actress who has always been in. But he's only like thirty. You know what I mean. So he has but he clearly has like a voice and a vision in a world and some power. You know what I mean So that's kind of exciting. And he clearly. Kinda has a force beneath them that propel Mike does his own. Like basically all zone stuff Which is why I think he is propelled so quickly. And also he's really prolific or like. We said this movie's basically new movie. Since you know what I mean and this is first English speaking debut yeah movie which is cool and apparently one of one of his films from back in two thousand twelve or thirteen had took three or four years to come out so I think he's clearly very patient with letting his films get a release l. Is it It's only it's only the end of the world. Italy might be one. It might be another one. I'm not sure everything. No shoot into probably that one. That's a really good movie too. I think I haven't seen it. I think he has a lot of room to grow. But I don't think that anything about about these movies They're very much. I'm going to sound pretentious while I talk about his movies because they really are like art pieces. I think they're sure there She's really hot. There definitely films for sure. The notion of films as opposed to movies. It is cinema here cinema pure cinema. Es Which I really like like it's got kind of a novel feel like a book. Also I guess novel but I mean like the Book Chapter Book Acorn of I don't know I'm interested to hear how you feel because what I like about it it okay. She know how very like I'm a plot person right usually like I like a thick thick nice clear cut usually right unless Mr Dolan unless that against a plot has to be like a saving grace. God I'm doing okay at it all this out. Yeah let me start over. A to be fair. He is also now and it makes me feel good about myself. Yes and I appreciate any minor list. Blake I do. He speaks far more languages. Though so I have things to work I was still and we dressed very similarly like his tattoos but I will never get any similar hairs well. I'm not getting no problem now. Anyway so basically it's like a mood is a mood. You're you say you get absorbed into this kind of a feeling and you just kind of experience and the emotions can go back and forth between you in the movie kind of lose yourself in all these things. I mean It's like a really visceral therapy session in a weird kind of way. There's lots of like amphitheater sympathy going on. It's kind of a roller coaster ride as well that kind of makes sense because you have all that going on works really successfully. Because you're in the story you know life isn't a straight line. 'cause you're kind of in it? You don't need that straight plot to all make sense. 'cause you're working with these. I guess I guess because he's so good at creating the mood the sense of the people the you don't need start to finish exactly That said they're all working on the same plane was that horrid no scripture and he does do a little slowing together with the Kind of the narration by Tandy Newton. And that dude who was Nicholas. Hope for Nicholas Holt. Dropped out for another movie. Yeah yeah that was really bad. That's okay sorry everybody. I like to know from so sorry. Well Exhibit Your Dolan. What's his name safety? A kind of a blind spot in my body and he's been shown yeah. I think the only other film that I've seen of his his mommy. Yes Jacob number. Two friend of the show showed me and he loves that movie. Allow people do? Yeah he's always someone. I want to see his films four. It's just there's always an issue of finding them. I can't ever seem there's new ones on Amazon prime. Oh is it. Y'All sleeping it's good. It's a CO two French names okay. I'll check it out MANINA. I've already seen it. It's good just because I hear about a trailer that comes out for it and I won't hear anything about it for eight months and that time of completely kind of put it out of my mind. Mattiello and Manon met okay. I'll check it out anyhow this movie. I was curious about it for sure. I enjoy these kind of. I don't know Gritty old Hollywood. Yeah yeah yeah kind of thing rainy. Yeah cobblestone I liked the movie. I didn't love it. I plotted ambition and like we said I would like to see the longer cut. I think the movie actually yes. I think it feels choppy. It's very non linear yet which is okay but I felt especially knowing that it was four hours. I mention that I found cheated. It felt empty at times and too choppy like there had been cuts made. It didn't feel what it should be that being said I still enjoy this almost like heath ledger kind of actor portrayal of John. F Donovan. Honestly this is like Superman and maybe bad talk about given the movie itself but Kid Herrington John Donovan. Just like the first thing he did. After game of thrones wasn't and he had like a breakdown. After game of thrones. I remember that this might have been like Ramadan. The Ba- press at least was right after he gave the throne and everyone was like all your idol gave throughout the like. Hell Yeah but we know that I mean that was not good. He was quite good in this. I really liked him. He was really good. Yeah look I don't love him completely. I liked him and gave him in. Game of thrones. I thought he just had a really good owner ability to him and I thought he played it with really interesting. Nuance Nuance Senate. Entering an emotion would which sounds pretentious. But I think it really works in the context of this movie and good my favorite scene. I'm sure you can probably guess or at least one of the. I think it's probably I mean you're so good with Michael Gambon. Yeah popped up. Oh yeah everyone needs that in their life right which kind of like the point this movie. Oh my God both movies the Tien. Both movies were about the same thing. Like your The Dreams and the Kind of like low ideals that keep you afloat and as you grow up and see that they're not I guess as you had imagined twenty fall apart because you're relying on them. Oh my God yeah shock. It was meant to be check. I think the the move very much portrays. How an actor or celebrity can be unsure of how to go about their personal life because of how that might affect the people that would either go see their movies or how they would end up getting jobs and I think that it shows him being confused about how how to live his own life but also other people around him being confused as to how he's going about doing that and so it presents this interesting perspective on celebrity and someone dealing with just wanting to live their life but having constant constrain constraints around them yet. Thank you so I thought that was the most interesting part of the film. And I think Kit Harrington really carries that I did find not that it was bad but I found Natalie Portman character a little lacking it just felt like she was constantly running around and I felt like in terms of what may have been cut. I felt like there's something missing there. I felt like I found her character. Kind of frustrating. At it really ever get aside from just wanting to protect her son. I felt like her. Characterization was a little muddled even with that said. I don't love Jacob Tremblay as much as you do. I like him I I. Don't you know I'm not GonNa Watch everything? He does however the scene where. He's yelling. Incredible incredible amazing. I loved it. Well this heartbreaking that Scene Gad boy however the scene towards the beginning where he's screaming at the TV could not stand seeing. That was my favorite really. My favorite. It felt I had the Michael I've ever that will mimic right now. Like I need this in my life. I want to say to me and also made me crap. It's God I make someone happy. That's true but that's the beginning. I said this is every day. Oh No no last little. That's true no. Let me let me clarify here. It's not that I didn't think it was realistic. It's just that how it's directed is so like bombastic and in your face and it was so exhausting and I and I get. It's reality at times I have been there have been times where I've been so excited from something like that. But at the same time purely through a direction standpoint it was. It went on way too long and it was not put together in the right way to where it was effective to me. I think okay. So maybe fair to say Xavier Dolan. Maybe more my style than years. Maybe I don't know about that. I appreciate his style a lot. I like true but he's a little more like a little more like the British influence like the on ground kind of late ninety. S A okay. Fine whatever in any case I think the reason so you're like behind his shoulder close up right and they got allowed to right and I think we're supposed to like he didn't have like the. He made his kind of a ticket to college paper by his superpower right was being able to block out everything out everything else out of his world this right sure so it was so. I love how it was so I loved. I was shot. Could you right over her shoulder? You're at his. You know little baby Eyeliner and it was him and the TV so like From the shot that was the world was what was on the TV. It was really the only time you saw the two of them onscreen together right was the TVN tremblay watching him. And then they got a Lotta like clear anything on your anything and then you do not use a on. His Mom was trying to talk to him and then but also she was kind of loving yet like simultaneously and I thought it was. I loved shot. It it's not. I don't think it's supposed to be realistic. I don't in that way in the way it was shot. I don't news I don't necessarily disagree. It's maybe just factoring in. I felt like so many people in this movie were constantly at eleven. I felt like there were so many constant arguments and people were performing at eleven so I felt that constantly and the older version of Tremblay as well. I felt like even even Natalie Portman to a certain extent. She's she's constantly yelling constantly at every time she's on screen. She's at this extreme height. It just felt with the how the movie is put together in terms of the pacing and the the quickness of the pacing and the storytelling at times. It was very needlessly in your face whereas other times I didn't feel that way. It was very quiet and moving. It's just that occasionally. I found the movie to be a little over cooked. I thought if it pretty well I think part of that comes from the fact that like so a John. Part was the lie. Quiet part more or less sure and yes okay and so his influ ends Or I guess the part they stayed away so it was like he was like a catalyst and a lot of ways for all this kind of massive activity even though he didn't realize so like the butting heads between Natalie. Portman Tremblay was off throughout the years. the kindling from the fire was were the letters between John Donovan and I don't remember trump lays name was whatever right because he will say like. Oh keep going on movies and everything and she was trying to get him out of that world and everything in there was just a lot of sure. Yeah so I think part of it. He doesn't realize the influenza he's having which also goes in a lot of other directions as well because another big part of the movie is the whole idea. That like okay so okay. Backup free rewind. Okay so where David. Okay Dave you're Dolan idea. Basically for the movie it was because he used to right. He was a child actor and used to write letters to famous people out when he was little one to Leo. Oh okay little reading on my own okay. Fine so right so but the idea was that. There's always like looking for that if trying to grab that kind of like here. Man Like Whatever help lift me up. But there's always a disconnect as well because he always 'cause he's gay and he was like looking for that as well which you couldn't find someone not like me. I can't get that right. Which makes sense like we hear that a lot now as well and that's why representation assume porn and that kind of thing right so the thing would Jonathan goes both ways and he just didn't acknowledge himself in any respect so he didn't acknowledge his benefit nor his heart he just didn't think he was worth anything. Sure which is why he both benefited and harmed Jacob Tremblay for example right because he helped him become who was by respecting and nurturing him and then when he disregarded him he like destroyed them right. That kind of thing don't know where I started. But that's basically the point of the movie Which all of that. I thought was very refreshing and done in a pretty unique way and so I just wish there had been even more time spent with John. F Donovan I think but that's so tired we. Oh My wiggled Maryland. And Bubble Blah. I was really happy. I thought this was so interesting. And New as opposed to like we know we know like everyone absorbed the I feel like if it was more time with John Dominated. Feed right into the whole idea of the movie were. We're all obsessed with celebrities and Blah Blah Blah. You know what I mean. You're maybe I just enjoyed more so not just him by himself. But the conversations between him and other people he ran into like the Relationship with the other man that he has from time to time. I just am very curious as to what they cut. That's all I just. If this had been the movie he had intended to make. It might not feel that way but it just feels unfinished to me So that's all none of no big thing but Susan killed it. Yeah I love that. They showed the Both these moves are also very much about motherhood and the father other mother son dynamic right now. Khloe one little personal note. There's a scene in this. That was such a like yes. Do you know what I'm talking about with the Song. Be Singing in the car. Oh He's playing Jesus of Suburbia one of the Best Greens songs. Thrilled was yeah. It was great totally blanked for a second. There I thought of you don't worry don't you? Fred? I didn't know the name though. Sorry that's okay. I did think it was directed in a very interesting way kind of music video. La- like it's there's a lot of flashing lights a lot of changes of colors and I love it all of that. I thought worked pretty well for the most part he really is as you said he's an interesting voice in modern film and I'm very curious to see his other movies. He's GonNa kill it his whole life his whole career abets. I tend to be amazing and get better and better better. Yeah I think so too. I think even this one even every idea doesn't stick together perfectly. You can tell how much he put in there you know like like so many of these monologues that characters give that may like to say it's pregnant sure it is pregnant so many of these monologues that characters say despite the maybe being slightly blunt which fits the be fair he formed. Sure that's a a You give yourself that pass when you form your own little world. I sure even if they may come across that way I think they feel genuine. Yes which doesn't always happen like Michael Ganden. From God's Yeah give the man. Askar gives me. That was incredible. Yeah it was a very interesting film to watch. Just having seen so. Many other big blockbusters just coming down to something very small and intimate was very nice. To See and not even just blockbusters like there's so many movies like this one that fall so for which I know just like films Liverpool like that kind of thing like there are a lot of movies on this scale wherever there is whole nine trusting and just so boring and like self all those things I say whatever hot toddy. Yeah just seemed really. Yeah and I know. The reviews have been pretty mixed. I know some people who have really really not liked it other people who are loving it so I think it's had not a big impact. I mean not many people know about it but I think in terms of the people that have it's interesting to see the different perspectives on it and I could see an argument for either really either side but it's nevertheless quite ambitious and is at least trying to do something different and I love the story. I think it has to be very important. Menial well to like I. I really like the idea that each I really like like a Donovan. He's just trying to do like Of course a lot of times. Things aren't good riot. But in this case we see enough about his relationship with his family and obviously it's confused about himself not confused. He's well yeah he. He doesn't respect himself now. Whatever what have you has become a stock and he gets this letter from this kid. Who a lot of ways we come to learn especially you know reflects maybe little him and he takes that as a way that maybe he could and you know we didn't read the letters and stuff but he sees his little teeny opportunity to maybe like make life easier for you know the next iteration of him. You know what I mean. Make life easier for little for a person who will grow up to be his exact same situation. Sure which I think is really sweet and moving and it's true. Just a great word to describe. Him is stuck. Yeah John Donovan that is I think he's just trying to figure out how to move forward not only in his own career but how other people are seeing him and the effects that he might have or might not have on others and there are many facets to it which is very interesting. Especially in retrospect not just watching it thinking about it more yeah but does have an impact and my favourite message that I got that I don't think is said enough and that's really important. Is that even though? He's obviously imperfect he tried and he did make an impact. Even though he's not perfect he made a difference and did make things easier for the person after him however imperfect the situation was he did he did. He can climb out of his own little hole there. Yeah but he still. He still tried to look up and made things a little better for somebody else. Which I really appreciate that. That was kind of verbalised. Your depicted on. Yeah also to something more sensitive. I think in an age where we've had celebrities like Michael. Jackson are Kevin Spacey. Where it's been very like criminal relationships with children? I think this is kind of a nice. Take on how it could be completely. Yeah exactly Normal in many ways just just having a person to talk to. Who Will Not judge him. Yeah the way that most others would. Yeah that drives most the things I do in my life. Sure is because I want to be that person that little kids talk to. I don't even know how that happened but it did. It wasn't my goal but basically everything I do and I probably you know. I don't know it'd be prime more difficult valid man the only time that tenders ever said. But that's true but in a towel goes but it's true. Most people are Nice. Best as a fact. Yeah and it's just nice to remember that not all the time and it's important to remember that as well but sometimes now Michael Jackson but I just like seeing I just. I do really appreciate that. This caffeine can be this is shown as well You know now you have to have loved not regarding that but the scene where he breaks into the house. I've never heard anything more. How the Bonham Carter? What are you doing my God it? I loved it. I novello tunnel moment. I can't wait for him to be comfortable enough to do more of those. You know what I mean. I can't wait I'm back in here. I can't wait for Xavier. Dolan to be confident enough to be like to be like the Goth Drag Wes Anderson. You know what I mean Interesting point I can't wait I can't wait on about. I loved it too and I thought Natalie Portman was amazing I. She's really good. I see what you're saying. It's more so just the the where she's in the story in how she put into the story and so it's not an issue with her right. What's their on screen? The character. I didn't totally get behind. I take your point. I think the only I think the saving the thing that made that easier was Jacob Tremblay. His character was super rude to her Which kind of made it. There's obviously I do take your point. I think the editing was probably really impressive and the original. The four hour like I agree with you is pry way more I hope like I would love to version me to exist. I don't know midsummer situation without it. I'm sure exists on his laptop. Probably told Little Brooklyn apartment probably true. We gotta get in there. GotTa break a window with a with Iraq but But I hope that the four hour is Mo- we would probably disagree. Almost all the adding would be. Nellie Permanent Jacob Tremblay Harrington they'll be fine to it just knowing there's two hours of Hanta fresh even if it was mostly what you just said it would just be like a confirming like okay. This is what it's meant to be 'cause I don't really know you know sure muscles that makes sense. Yeah I get you but I like it the way it is as well. I do because I can feel that you know you can kind of film the I I enjoy fillion. Some of the sure enough to do so. You know what I mean. I agree and I loved the teacher character. This guy knows a an ally. He knows a role model. He knows everyone is just doing their best and he knows that we're trying to do better. And that he knows the best way to heal is to help those around. Do an the long ones I loved it. I loved it. Yeah alright well anything else about the death as an sequined hand sewn by Xavier. Dolan does costumes. Also I was. I would love to see Jessica chastain in this role really was like a villain. I don't want it. I like this. I don't want it. I liked it. There wasn't that I liked it. There was I. You know I'll take him. I don't WanNA villain. I liked that. That wasn't there of I think oh go. Three point seven five. I would like to Rewatch it though knowing what it is. I think it would be interesting to go back and kind of fit the pieces together. So it's it's worth watching. I think if you enjoy something a little different and something more art house he. It's worth watching a movie. No it's a really good store. I mean it's just it's good interesting. Well Acting Google. You guys just got to watch it for that. Michael Gambon to honestly watch for that buckle Gavin's in our. I guess we can move on. Let's get four Retro Review. Oh I get. There's some English mature review of a tale of love and darkness. Here's a clip with another long. I know there's there's no clip I could find English English. Not Clip Wise. No she I do. Listen I could do some more digging but since this is mostly in Hebrew. We don't have a clip right now. And if you're on our show last week. Khloe did do a scene of parasite so if you want to. Chloe been asked to join the academy. Yes feel free to. We don't have to but if you want to. If you're feeling it me yeah. It's actually funny. I'm very much not feeling it but I feel it necessary to do so. Please okay get ready okay. Actre- clip okay shoot. Okay now which do I tell them? Okay I'm ready. I voted it as visual MUI. It's more important to be kind than to lie so I can lie. Sometimes if it makes people feel better word that scene that was really bad and that's okay but it was pretty. It's all you need. That was one that stuck out. Also all the little idiom really good old stories like my favorite. I liked Omega they. I mean it's like every time I go to Chabad services on Friday night. I said got me again on this one. After a he feels so guilty for causing Matt Ruckus right and the thing about the The monk says to the other month two months later was Edison and among says. Oh still on your back like that they and I said Oh my God every time well. A Tale of love and darkness came out in two thousand fifteen as we said. And it's written and directed by unjust reception written and directed by Natalie Portman and it stars Natalie Portman as well and Gillet Kahane Amir Tessler Some others want to ask me before now and the Synopsis. Is The story of America's youth set against the backdrop of the end of the British mandate for Palestine and the early years of the state of Israel? The film details the young man's relationship with his mother and his beginnings as a writer. While looking at what happens when the stories we tell become the stories we live so this one was a pretty small release Sega. Pretty Small and I had been meaning to watch it for a while. So I'm very glad we decided on it for no reason immediately absolutely was one of those bright for so many stupid reason there was like why is now the party shaken direct Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah. Yeah and it is net flicks currently as we said so. Check it out right there listening. Go check it out. Well chloe you. I'm guessing you saw this one right away. Were as well as soon as you on. Dvd quite soon. After right. Yes what do you think of this one loving? I seen it. I'm sure yeah. It's nine a happy movie. Beauty Pretty Dour. It's beautiful and so full and meaningful and powerful and very well put together. I think also very important. He's a really good cinematographers. Well he's like Black Hawk down and he liked very good. Hypocrite but It's creatively together. I don't even know where to start. I'm attached to this movie Okay I guess so the first place to start to get it out. Of the way is that obviously. I have some It's by order of the Phoenix. I'm telling you he's interesting interesting. Amazing he's done tons and also Khloe. The Guy who did the score is like your favorite guy. He did if Beale street could talk vice big shore moonlight now. I will say this. Not An criticism of this movie the Mo. The old moonlight score isn't starting to or is starting to be. Maybe a little less inspired. Shanta carry some of the same notes from this movie into that. Sorry Nicholas I I see you. I caught you so I'll shoot. Yeah I can. Yeah when I I listen to this really well. I know Oh. It does totally when I was listening to the score at the very beginning I was like. Is this moonlight. Sorry about that? But I can't get past Henry Awkward Anyways. Khloe continue my data's happy birthday. Thank you so much. Appreciate that and thank you to the other people who have wish me a happy birthday today. I thank you for that. Very nice people but yeah no but it Jack. He's such a good to offer like deacons then it. Yuck what about Lubetzky? Also Lebowski is grains good gate anyway. So obviously there's a propensity for me like this movie but it does not it. I could even really like in a really dislike it like Miss Mazel. For instance one might think. Oh she's a little spunky Jewish girl whose families from New York her right eye for that show. You take my point. Oh yeah again. That's my point here so I'm not just loving it because you know what I mean Natalie. Portman my hero kind of because in spite of our similarities. You know what I mean higher standard. If you will so don't take it just does that. You know okay so I would never. Let's get that pathway. That said we're talking about representation before an onscreen everything right. It is important and it's so nice and so like of course the backdrop is Israel Of course who would were too well so if Israel is involved of course the likelihood is people have a political opinion in direct association and Blah Blah Blah Blah. Okay I'm not making this up. I guarantee you if I even tell you I'm Jewish. You'll allow you. Don't get a word film buddy. I'm not judging you. But the likelihood is a person will tell me their view on Israel. Okay Don't get me going. But that's just the way the world is right now anyway and has been forever by the way so anyway But it's just really nice to see so the movie said Israel's from naturally people Put a but it's not really a political movie. It just is it's about a family Who's dealing with a lot right and it's kind of an immigrant story in a story of just kind of again just like trying your best and just kind of things that aren't super overcome. -Able and love and caring about each other not feeling kind of overwhelmed on what to do all those things. Right run but The about the representation. Kind of seeing the ease in the storytelling. What makes it a lot more easily? I guess communicated to like the whole point I guess of representation. Is that like? Oh you can tell that story where each year right so it makes a story a lot more six like Successful as a lot less time to process so like the whole Borscht thing like obviously I knew it was going on right away. Like I didn't like the short him there that I'm not use to and they're so there's like a little bit of pride in that and he felt like alive so like Jews will have especially like highlighted in the movie like we're from you know we had to leave Israel longtime ago disperse have all different languages becoming back to Israel Brent. A kind of caused the kind of dissonance in the kind of all that kind of Michigan. It's like very sure. Hashtag relatable right right way possibly describe them but but even just like seeing Borsch made onscreen as like a moment and then even down to like not to be like that Belykh Jews. You know they get with other Jews. It's like thing sure less of a thing now but nothing wrong with that very much a thing so like the same like Obviously Natalie. Portman character big time depression very popular amongst the Jewish people genetically. Okay like it's very common themes like like I think all my oh shoot. Great Great Aunts were on oath. Noah's island called that island in New York like the insane asylum. Because they're all depressed. Oh Yeah I know I know anyway so basically at that time you went to America went to Israel so my family mostly went to America ballooned Israel but Israel on same staff are able to give them island yeah. I haven't went there recently. Not For that reason door. Everybody's apartments now. I say that with Allison and Kaley start with an R anyway. My brace on me rutgers but that's a school anyway Henry. This is the least important detail of thing kind of thing got to now but yeah there's so much to do but anyway it's very exciting nights like it's just very comforting even though the content of the movie is so kind of heavy but it's so comforting and makes that it made it a safe space to see all that kind of upsetting kind of like footsteps pressure. That little boy you WanNa be like your dwelling until you know what I mean. but Just like a safe space when you dislike recognize so much of. What's there in like a good way? You know what I mean. Yeah I gotcha. Yep So. That's that on that. So that's kind of like the low bonus. Yes but then aside from Matt I think the way the stories told again. I think this is like a four and I love storytelling. I'm very close with my mother. And we she always told me different stories for bedtime especially boys like the frustration of Her Majesty nation. We're very much like the low team Luckily did not Unfold same way to those two obviously but You know Yeah I duNNo. I Dunno beautiful now now the poor performances beautiful young. The boy gives me life honestly. I think he is. Obviously that's my typer. I'd love for months like I prefer this performance to Jacob Tremblay performance like so sweet and I love the little sweetie who's kind of extricate from other locations that they toured throwing crap sheets you know what I mean. The scene where he tells the Tarzan story walking out of there like Mr Cool you know so cute and stuff but the thing is so far. It's also foreign like even to me but I'm sure even more to you beloved so I imagine crept Remember Gov. It's still like really relatable small you know what I think is also important because if you think of Israel you instantly think of like which is also in it to be fair. Sure now. I'm not as close to the the material but one of my favorite things about film is that it does give you the opportunity to showcase a another culture. And I think that's one of the things I liked most about it even if I didn't understand every cultural bushes gross by the Way Henry. Good to know good to know so everybody at the heartache sports because if you like Bush even though I may not have grasped every cultural moment or at least not as much as you would have instance. Basically told her then. I'll leave you alone. For instance you know. They're all like like he was an author he's obsessed language and everything and Hebrew there. Obviously right here. We're talking Hebrew right. Yes almost none of them. This their language. They grew up with right. Are they come back to it? Because that's our. This is the language of our people originally and gone and now back to rising that so beautiful and kind of like a lot of people wouldn't think about that off the bad because it's kind of like did you think about that. The publishers for book in Hebrew Menlo. We'll just getting them underestimated. Henry thank you. It's a nice. Just look into another culture and people. It's just interesting to see that from another perspective. Someone who is truly been in that world and who is in many ways a part of that world who can really grasp it. Grasp it in a way. That's not like it's not someone going in to make a documentary and like learning from the plant. It's like here. I was lived in that world in one way or the other. I wish they made it. I get why they didn't but they did make. That's just a personal thing but Israel look prettier desolate. But that's because that's how she was feeling. The filmmaking is pretty interesting especially for a first. Because she had done. I think a short film or something before this. This is her first feature. She didn't short of. Oh did she. Okay it's pretty similar to John Donovan. It's pretty non linear and very surreal at times and for the most part. I liked that the final twenty or twenty five minutes. I think are incredible loved that. Oh that whole section there are there are there are parts towards the beginning that I found were slightly messy that maybe a rewatch similar again to John Donovan. I think would work better but that how it ends is bone so hopefully the. Oh the sequence where it's showing Natalie Portman Depression. It's very easy for that kind of thing to become either dull or exploitative. Yeah or just I rolling all right we get it but through her performance and partly through the direction and based on what the world the state of the world is at that moment it really feeds in without having to say a whole lot and so it's very possible someone could watch that and think about all the bad things said but it's what you need is there to really get behind her and her situation and I really liked the momentary brightness where she's wearing the blue dress and then it just shot right back down. Yeah which is so true to life because you know dealing with depression as I mean I I have you have maybe I hope not but I'm nodding okay. Pre many people do? Most people would say mind pretty minor. I've seen people really deal with it. Brought on by things. I've seen people like you know again. Jews you know A Lotta whom I feel like after knee surgeries. Somebody's gotTa do you know and I'm by no means saying that mine is super ever been super severe but just the idea of depression at the unpleasant the reality of being in a whole whole but having a day or two of brightness yeah and then going right back down is such a relatable moment in the movie and then also how sheep portrays the resolution to all of that where she's in the rain right is Great Eliane also. The comeback of the son and the father is fantastic. I loved it so much. Yeah and so all of that. I was completely in for I. Yeah I liked it. A fair bit nuts like again not all of the storytelling worked for me totally. Maybe towards the beginning but it's still ambitious necessary kind of movie to have an for someone as big as Natalie Portman to her for her to go in and tell us spoke. Effing sure here. They said made the movie in English. She said Heck No. I'm going to make in Hebrew. Did it flop sure? Well I make my children watch it. No I say you guys want to watch it though. Say of course Ema I say you don't call me that but maybe you do. Yeah yeah so that just from a Hollywood star standpoint. That's very respectable. How shoes ancient if that if that filmmaking you know. Yeah and it doesn't feel like she's trying to make a point like you know here. I'm a Hollywood actor. I can go do something serious. It's just here. This is part of my culture. A true my history stay. She wants to tell. And Yeah exactly exactly Henry. And that's it and that is why she's my exactly. She's not trying to be anything but she's just good. You know my this my product storytelling like you're saying the portrayal of depression was very strong and everything. The part that worked for me the most was the portrayal of the sun trying to do everything he could right now. As toy was really exactly the I would agree. The thing and is really important as to show like kids know on they see l. into show because again life is messy like they're gonna see it. It's not your fault because even if you try to be perfect which nobody is like. They're going through it right but then he turned it around. It was healthy. He went into a giblets which like Bernie Sanders. And you know what little joke? He did a little joke and then he just you know make things grow like how beautiful that they went to. The land of milk and honey turned out to be desert. Jews love a bit of poetry sure with some foundational messaging. Don't you know just the whole all throughout the movie? I'm sure we love it. You Know Leno get honey turned out to be a desert. That's disappointing. You thought this was a safe haven without anti-semitism jokes on you. You thought this land was fertile jokes on you but guess what? Mama you're sad I'M GONNA go plan a bunch of trees for the Future Generations Porterville Watch. Oh wait our best line in the movie. I just forgot so you'll have to watch the movie and find out for yourself. Alright low teaser. There was just all the clip. The only clip you need now in terms of the storytelling with something that I I remember it but by all means. I'm going to butcher though in the movie. The thing where he and it's the best thing and it's so true we said our room can either be. I'm GONNA do such a bad job. It's okay just go for it. It's the thought accounts. Basically based on one teeny tiny active goodness or one unkind word. A room can become like heaven. Hell wasn't that beautiful. When the dude the author the his was anything but he bought the five books in you and the kid learns such a lesson from that you know what I mean His intention was not for anyone to know. That's why I did my Bat Mitzvah Project on the types of charity awhile. If anyone's wondering I've definitely digest is on here the best type of giving you don't know to whom you're giving. Is that proper English close enough and you don't know and they don't know that you gave it to them. I would agree blind both ways now in terms of the stuff that I didn't totally love. I found there was a little too much constant change of color palettes. I felt like it was just jumped around so much cities I know when Tel Aviv. When you put the the film is already so. Surreal in terms of the editing and directing I found there was just it was a few too many filters that I don't think was necessary for me. Okay not a not a deal breaker by any means but especially in that first half I found there was a little over use of that. Okay but still how the films put together is still very compelling and Dynamic and interesting and hockey with L. Oh boy oh you. And he was so good he anneli perfect together and you know Nicholas brighthouse score great but hey bud selig that Katcher. I can't believe I can't believe it. Yeah sorry that's upsetting. It's fit this movie perfect. How does that even word? That's crazy. That's crazy I wouldn't I didn't I mean we all know I'm not very good about score I only noticed it because I listened to it after the fact on spotify when I was looking for stuff for the show. So thank still sorry. Bud Ghanem Katcher. Well I'm trying to think if there's anything else it's a really. It's really worth a watch for many reasons. I love ahead. It's so sad but you don't glum correct me if I'm wrong. Well it's really sad and I get sad variously to be fair. I get like upset right as very sad but I don't come on. Come I come out of it moved. Not Sad yeah out agree Ends on a pretty hopeful note. Lets the way that's the thing. Yeah that's the thing. I did also find the. I don't know if you call this a sniper scene. But the scene were her friend is killed and the boys. Well I thought was very well. Made well-directed yeah and she's a queen. She gets no respect. She has acted got nominated for nothing I know. Are you kidding me. It's so rude. It's so rude. It's so weird but we know the real truth we know. I think they're just mad. I think they're just petty. Oh that's for sure honestly Hollywood in A. She's always gone to her own. You know just lived her life and I don't think they like that. Yeah I'd reputable sorry but that that scene was effective and then that of course kind of starts off the whole. Yeah depression sequence. Which is very freakin. Nuff yeah and it also keeps it so small scale in terms like he keeps it very grounded in a real where it doesn't Like I said if it involves if generally if someone talking about Israel ninety percent of the time at least unless it's Israeli they will talk about which arguably I guess is they will talk about. You know the and I appreciate that. This doesn't yeah I would agree. Which again low key might be white Thanksgiving perhaps oh Ari Wolfe not no shade. So everybody know. She said she liked directing over there because A. because everyone's in the army over there everyone was fine with the female director as opposed crazy now. I know that that was funny. I hadn't thought about that. Because no one a the gender La Morra equal equal there. I didn't want to be so whatever. Yeah Standard Elkin. Sorry give it down. I make for someone who coffman the move for not being political. I'm sure it's all good all right well out of five Khloe. It's a heavy four for me and I'd like to watch it sometime. I'm glad we decided to talk about it. Close just kind of almost like a mind blown kind of know which now okay Chateau you what I picture of my head I always like to. It's a vase of flowers but the flowers are also a glass. But okay so it's a purple bass right but it's very geometrically so it's not just a vase writer Towards little pieces of glass constructed to make as and it's deep purple and Wired so between holding the gym at below pieces of Glassy other Like silver like wire I mean right and the the And the water in it is also glass. It's like point you like to Hooghly Kennedy right cool and then and the steps are very thin green interesting class all right there you go well. Let's move on any news clearly. I don't really have much now. Let rose McGowan being really rude. Tonelli moment that's not hitting me that pissed me off. No she's wasn't that stupid now. Are you joking me? Did you read that? I didn't read the whole thing but I I read. I read enough now. The classy about it. Of course that's true but did rose McGowan not to get on and pulping. But she's just had a very difficult which I sympathize with completely but it's she's pushing buttons that don't need to be pushed if you're with someone it should not be Natalie Portman. Yeah okay for being only being in movies with two female directors. Sorry she can't I believe in the world gotta work but also she just met also you look at. It wasn't like I two movies okay. Was very recent was like last two movies. For God's sake I guess that's not really news but that's really been on my mind piss me off and went to say wow this episode on on your birthday. Henry. What did you give me you gifted me a bunch of Natalie Portman. I love exhibited Dolan Savvy to teach you gifted me so much portman you give me a movie in Hebrew which I love except I have to sit and watch it which I tell them noxious but you know I am a jewelry person. Wow Kind thank you thank you. I don't think you know yeah. I don't think there is all the news about Natalie. Portman the day after the premiere of In of a tale of darkness about the fact that she wasn't going to be in the third door movie makes sense. Can you what life? Yeah all right well On. Yeah which I think. That's going to be so good. It's I mean that's tiger right. Ooh Yeah Yeah it's GonNa be good girl wouldn't do everybody else are well. I guess we can move on to some listener questions. So the film butts podcast. Gmail.com is the address that you can reach us set also on facebook twitter and Instagram at film buds. So please follow us there. If you haven't send messages comment on the posts all that stuff tell your friends and make sure to check out the film mud's dot com as well. If you haven't stay up to date with all film Buds News. Go on to your friend. Serve families phones. If you've already written a review on your own view on. There's I don't think it's illegal and who care I mean who's GonNa care on the top people at I tunes. I don't think are going to Dave done far worse. Yeah I can tell you that. So let's not worry all right. Well we have a question and we also have a comment from someone now. So do the question I so this one is from your good Canadian buddy from Snow Lake. Don Wow that is a good Canadian buddy. That is very Canadian. Says greeting snowed? We dug a little bit. Yeah I got to have the day off yesterday which was nice. He says greetings my buds. There's there's great film I watched it end. I do too yeah. It's not great it's portable very bad. Probably offense Johnny Depp. Amazing in it. I love his part is whatever that character is bad also Tusk and he's very funny in that is that same year tower thing creep. It is. Yeah Yeah Johnny. Depp has had his new movie. Premiere it then or somewhere that Minamata. Maybe anyhow side-on continue says there's no getting around it. Sonic the Hedgehog is a hit. Oh Yeah it's the biggest shit is it's the biggest video game movie ever. Why or opening opening for. Yeah John. Nobody told me says that's life it's inevitable that being said do you think audiences are lowering their expectations. Thanks I think in life in general but yeah if you don't know sonic the hedgehog. The new massive video game adaptation had the biggest opening for any video game movie ever. If John was a human I think look like you interesting. F hundred percent the hair. Let that one way on blue lot of blue. It's my favorite color. Yeah yes so. It's a big hit. I genuinely major major general idea. The what's Today. It came out Valentine's Day so a week we can Africa. We should call this episode. Sonic the Hedgehog Rubia views. Whatever we both were saying this thing's GonNa flop big time because not only did it look terrible. How derived drama. It had all the drama around the fans getting uptight about the look of the character and then they spent millions of dollars to go and redesign the animation of sonic and shook into my core. It's been doing very well financially. Not Terribly critically. Actually it's in the sixties on rt right now. Well the six high feel bad are sure but still in the sixties. Come on an embarrassing in some ways I yeah. The audiences are lowering their expectations. Totally can't believe we're wrong. We're not usually wrong. No I don't know if anyone was. This is a real twenty sixteen. Yeah I don't know if anyone was saw this coming up can't believe it. Oh Yeah I drink Forgot I wonder that's not to say that there aren't films that people are still wanting to see in theaters and still craving to have something new. What does that have to do with it? In terms of audiences lowering their expectations like wanting to see something more original. That's all that's still the case. I mean just looking at these two movies that were in theaters looking back at the Oscar season like nineteen seventeen. You know that's something that people actually see it. It made a a lot of money and little women. Even I mean. There's still a craving for more non blockbuster. Autour films in terms blockbusters. It's fair to say people are starting to not really give a shit and yeah. Yeah which is too bad. Because they're they know killed the radio star. Yeah there are so many movies out there. Now that there are so many more voices and so many people have access to them. That people are just getting more comfortable with subpar films. Yeah you'LL GAB. Yeah Yeah Yeah. Yeah no you know what I mean. Yeah well that's stupid actually killed on you'll Gabriella. I've never seen Yo Gabba Gabba but the name itself I know. Hey you'll get okay. We don't want those yoga chance to at us. You know my my point is exactly your point. That's fine it's my point is our point. Khloe sweep thank you. There's still a GonNa say I think it depends? I think for the type of how do we without so rude? I saw for for blockbusters I think it tends to come with a type of complacency from the studio that just as accepted by the audience member and due to that kind of Inescapable contract is due to the situation. Like you can't make like you can't go to. It's like monopoly right. Basically like marvel movies are I'm not talking about just the example. I thought okay like you know those are they have. It isn't monopoly like they. Oh those characters whatever right set you get and you know that she might as well enjoy it. Yeah it's also just the awareness of producers and movie studios that they can as people become more and more accustomed to just having big. It films like the Marvel Cinematic Universe and fast and furious that they can really put out whatever they want and people will still go see it which on their end is smart. They don't have to work as hard but from aid. Yeah but from an audience standpoint. That's really aggravating. Because we're kinda desperate better movies and a lot of ways especially because TV is having such a day. Oh Man feel day and people are flocking to that more and more and so people are going to start to give less care less about movies in many ways there might still be a decline. I hope not but no. There are still good movies being made for sure. Don't get me wrong. I don't know if that's so true though it's hard because for instance the people that are going to see a god. I hate this movie. I'm thinking of the movie. Came TO MIND. His frigging killing a sacred. Dear okay. I don't know why I hate that. Okay but anyway the people that would have gone to C. Killing of sacred deer fifty guy. Well you know what I mean. Thirty years ago. Whatever fifty years ago? Same amount of people. Probably that would have today. You know what I mean. Same type of people say them out so I don't think that will change though you know what I mean. All of that kind of movie will change. I just know the amount of people would see. That's my kind of thing. There will always be movies like that. That would be made at that level and that will always have an audience advertise. I mean more so more. So the the market that is bigger is more dispersed. Exactly yeah but has always been that much money behind those kind of movies anyway. I kinda getting off the question but this is like the bane. That's not really my my concern. There will be that kind of movies. Always GonNa have place. I think just more. So when it comes to blockbusters that are very much. Declining right even is looking at last year. There were very few interesting blockbuster. And how did they do? They did well a lot of them. Did they do worse than the previous? You know a couple of years or not. It just seems more and more. I go to see blockbusters that might still have an audience but the quality is starting to decline. Yes but that goes to Dan's point. There's not one person necessarily at fault here. But it's just this gradual change which how studios fault that more socially I would say so but yeah I mean it's not trill more so there's just something's happening where people are just becoming lazier and lazier when it comes to movies because people are just flocking to only Ip connected films these days and less and less to the medal budget. I mean everybody knows the medal budget movies dying and planned. Yeah which is too bad and I hope that there's a a change I don't know if there will be but because that's become TV is the middleware. Exactly Yeah Yeah. I don't know so standard. I think have lowered. But I think it's not by fault of the viewer you know. And they haven't lowered. I guess that much because there was that whole uproar about some extra look. Yeah so I don't know I don't I feel more and more these days when I'm talking to people at the coffee shop or wherever and they go see a marvel movie or Star Wars Movie. Their reaction is just like it was alright and they're fine with it. They're fine with it you know. And that's sad. I just WANNA be like but don't you want something a little better of joy this you got to be tremblay in front of that. Tv show not to say that not to say that those movies are always like that. There are plenty of good ones in that part of film but twelve should be striving for yeah. Yeah Yeah you want every marvel movie to be RAG RAGNAROK or a winter soldier or whatever he shouldn't just be like or the new star wars is a perfect example so many people were just like. It's okay which I think it is but I feel there wasn't especially it being the end of the saga. It felt like the. I can't hear your noise alley. Loved it and she loves Dr Ward from when they went else. I know and that's great. If you loved it that's fine. It just feels the so many people I talked to Mike but they just didn't care. Yeah and so it just seems like the feeling bad about a movie in terms of its quality is starting to become normalized. And it's very carefree. Which is the biggest issue so carefree an excellent? I under Rogers movie for trying to get out your slump. Yeah underrated movies great. Yeah so yeah good question Don I gone. I'm worried about the future. Canada is bro which part of Canada. That's my question. I know Snow Lake Only God. Are you from Toronto? Have you ever been to tiff? Do not give your Dolan via yes. He is from the French part. Yeah did you ever see him in commercials thank you? Don? Thank you all right. Well thank you a lot you know. Oh you I think so maybe other one we have is from Charlotte so the first part is a comment and then there's a a PS. So stay with me. I'll stay with us. Yeah she says dear Henry and chloe just wanted. Give my sincere appreciation for film buds. I enjoy each week been tuning in since June of last year way. 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You'll love it and a psycho all right. You know. I'll get around to it at some point. I didn't love the first frozen. Wait what years. Four twenty nine thousand nine hundred nineteen came out twenty nineteen. Yes I thought. Oh that's not right. What is this. What what the Oscars twenty nine thousand nine or. It'd be the two the two thousand Twenty Oscars okay right boy. So they're really messy on my mind year because it said spider verse. I said that's all right before I lost my body. That's really good right. Yeah kidnapped be one of my picks of the week if you want it to be. It was an Oscar nominee. I lost my body anyhow the frozen too. It's it was all right. The frozen to it was it was fine. I don't white people movies of all time. I don't know what to say about it. It looked pretty good. I found a lot of the plot to be pretty convoluted and also this is purely a personal subjective thing. They need to let unlike everything else on this podcast. Yes the they need to let Loft Melt. They gotta do it. We hate judge. John No like no. I don't I don't like Josh Gad. In for many reasons also just the characters so obnoxious and this is the thing. I was super happy because towards the end of the movie dead. He kicks it again but guess what he's I think I think they bring him back. I could be wrong. I mean I don't remember okay. But he kicks it at some point in the movie. I was like heck yeah. He's gone yeah get him out of there but I think they bring them back. You'll have to check up on that one. I missed one Disney movies dark elements in. Yeah but it did have some interesting animation and the right. Yeah they get that out. I said I never watched kids movies last. I never watched movies then. I finally had to say I'm really sorry for that. That was a lot unnecessary. I didn't watch Disney movies by a couple in terms of the animation. I was a little hesitant even going in. I didn't love the look now. I'm perfectly fine with A. Hey a digital animated film. Hey I know you do Khloe. Hey why do you? How Mesmerizing Beautiful. How much more impactful those old hand animated? Oh I agree. I'm not saying it's the bells night. God so much more feeling so much more powerful meaning for I'm not I'm not just but I truly stand by this like it truly annoys notches. It really I think highlights like how value not you know what I mean by that. Like societal kind of norms and values in the most kind of a superficial way have changed. I'm in sure I'm I'm kind of the opposite if if it's well animated. I don't really mind if it's CG. I still prefer handmade and stop motion for sure but a any day of the week that being said there are still plenty of digital animated films that I really love this one. I wasn't really sure how to feel because it's both detailed. The world is detailed in terms of the complexity and the colors but then the characters the like the skins are very very smooth and very plastic looking. And so it's like you're watching lady bird energy up and hear my right. Sure it's like you're watching fake characters in a real world okay which is weird. Because it's maybe just comes down to the lighting or something but it didn't totally mash for me whereas a lot of other films like it. I don't really feel that way but for some reason something about this movie and how it's animated felt off. I still think the Relationship Between What Elsa and ANA maybe history. That's fairly interesting however this may be a hot take. I Dunno I think Edina Manzella's performance is very then they'll just whenever elsa is talking. I never feel involved and her singing voice great but for whatever reason her voice performance when it comes to dialogue. I think is very subpar. And Kristen Bell's very good sister. I'll that's tough. Yeah that's tough. She's very good and she's the central character. That's off matchup. They're not amazing. But Okay watchable I. It had some humor. And there's not really a villain in the movie either and so it's fairly subdued which I liked. I prefer to have that better than the first one. But that's not really saying a whole lot for me. I like no villain. Maybe better than I was expecting still not a masterpiece by any means. Her didn't love it as much as some people I know seem to but that's okay I worked with not a fan. No that's interesting Slightly older ones the ones. I actually have time to talk to him about preschoolers. You know they go see whatever but Like the ten ten year olds about that right now. Upset about the relationships. They're like why isn't she? Just gay already hairy upset about that. They're on point area. Upset Kristoff I think they think Chris Office Gay. I think they think I haven't seen it. I can't keep up in KRISTOF. Had very good chemistry with dude. I think there's like another brother and sister and I think Chris often the dude from the brother and sister good chemistry. It's like a poem thin kind of deal. Yeah they don't have these. Don't have time for it Disney. Listen to me. We want to make money right fine. It's like Walmart telling organic food. I don't care why you do it. Just adjust already make your money by having some actual realistic proportions of relationship visibility. God but it was okay. It was all right. It's watchable not amazing. Though then I watched last night Dallas buyers club which which I still like quite a bit. Jared so we've talked a little a lot on the show with various people. Healer ising yes. I don't love him in everything but I think he's great in this watched. I'm ready for my turn when you're done. Okay I'm thrilled. I think he's very very good in this. I think he he makes the character and he really. He is that character when he's onscreen. I'm never thinking about. Its jared LETO. And it's the same for Matthew Makaay. They're both very good together and on their own. The movie really balances a lot of dark ideas and story elements with humor and interesting characters and food for thought directed very well. What's up. Do you think it's fair. The jared LETO has received any flack for the roles he is nominated take on whereas someone like. Scala Johannesen has received was not very much. He won an Oscar for it. No not anything. What other roles have has he done? That would cause controversy announced pretty severe. Sure so I'm just saying I'm just. It's just food for thought. I mean there's definitely prejudice. Would you think you'd almost be a believer? Yeah Double Standard Weird. That's very yeah yeah I would have to read more about it but I would agree from the moment that being said I still really really liked him in it and it's directed very well any redness. Well Lord I thought I remember him. More flack for it. Then Jared LETO. I remember that being more for thing it definitely was not really a thing. Okay narrowly thing. Well let us know. What's podcast also this director love to hear people's opinions on that because to me it's still like it's very confusing I've heard who was it. I heard no. There's only ice cubes at something really really good about something and I said wow. That's the Best I've ever heard that describe but I don't think it was this okay. Oh that was about The Oscars The black protests. He did. I think that that was really good. That's so stupid generally but that was really good. Yeah now the filmmaker who did demolition as well and he's directly both is it both seasons of big little lies. Yeah Okay what's his name Sham? Paul he he loves ringing in the ear thing. I hate it. Jj with the starburst whatever those are called Rabbi Jj. He always does his Lilla Star. Son Thing by J.J. Abrams the Lens Flare Land. Okay yeah you know. He brings his whole crew on everywhere. Jumble interesting. Yeah John Luke. John Lewis John Luke Peer Ngo Luc. It's not okay. Yeah it's dumbing but in this movie it works but when he repeats it in more films not as effective but in this movie it works and it's put together very well. I was so upset last night. Don't don't be upset. Okay it's fine. It's not you know but I was so you'll love this though. I was so pleased. Love this I listen so upset last night as my bathroom like living my life right like California. I kind of felt my face. I was getting ready for bed. I was so upset. I looked in the mirror. I said Oh my God I making the Florent. Pugh face full on. I said why and I felt. Kind of empowered. Dang I could be formed. Pugh sure killing my Oscar nomination. That's cool. Yeah check it out. It's on Netflix. And then I re watched also a net flicks hitch and it's a classic looked a lot like her did you. I've never thought I ever would even look a little bit hiker. But it takes and hitches still fun really like will Smith and even get to hitch. I decided Tanisha focused up myself a very fun. Romantic comedy and will Smith is fantastic in it as well as even Mendez and they have a great chemistry and the story is just very well told for the most part and very funny maybe overstays here. No debris record something. I have no idea like would be overstays. Its welcome a little bit in. The final resolution is pretty cheesy. But up to that point it's pretty genuine in in a lot of ways and very easy. Watch so check it out. It's a classic. It's a four out of five chase classic. I haven't seen it should give it a poke now my type deal check it out. It's funny If you need a laugh and that might be about it from you. Actually make sure that's about it. This might surprise you emroe to Kelso Pres. I W- actually wants price because you I washed it but I watched of high fidelity. Ooh I remember you commenting on facebook. Khloe you watch Zoe Kravitz show voluntarily. Because I'm not like that I'm kidding. Everyone thinks I'm like that but I'm not. I'm always open door cyber. I heard good things about it so I know judgment at all here. Now no surprise you love good. Tv Clo- you can't deny there's no shame in that that fills me up more than good. Tv and based on a book by one of my very favorite authors and. I'm already embarrassed because I forgot his name. Just this moment. He's truly one of my favorite authors. Since I was little I'm so Nick Hornby. Thank God thank God brand new pulled through this time like about a boy I mean. Honestly it's hit after hit after hit after hit with Nick. Hornby if you look like. He's done so he's his again prolific and go ahead and read those books. The books absolutely amazing such fun and clearly like I can see them like a movie in my head. You know what I mean shook it have Deli I when we're GONNA HAVE A -delity law It's just amazing amazing. But it's really good on Hulu Right. Yeah it's It's like fun. It's what you want and there's could be season two so enjoy that how's Zoe. She's good. I'M GONNA be honest is not whenever I see. I'm not being shady. Okay like it would have been better for somebody else. Don't forget to say Happy Birthday Henry. She got me good talk. This is the first thing I did. I sang it anyways. Sorry about that tape this to the back of the guard when that'd be amazing. I love this. This is to me not to you. Obviously you're not supposed to say happy birthday to Henry. I am there. My mother gave Khloe a note that says. Don't forget to say Happy Birthday Henry and we're two hours twelve minutes into the pocket. I feel underestimated anyway. But I'm not saying it. It's so frustrating. I don't like disliking people I mean doesn't fill me with joy right you know. She's not terrible. She's a beautiful voice. She seemed like a great mother. She seems like a fine person. You know she seems very nice. Whatever I am on your recent marriage K. Who to marry a Frenchman who was in that varia a moving my eyebrows up and down the movie where. There's a lot of our action. Yeah but for real you know. I don't know climax no NYMPHOMANIAC. Now at Shiloh. Both they'd be cute but anyway she's already marriage can't match make their. Oh He's doing F K twigs cool. Love Gaspar no yes that dude that dude pressure. I Dunno doesn't do much for me I. I haven't seen him in anything that I know of. Not really in my Guys clearly but in any case no shoes good and she fits the row like she's very good at that like she comes offering actually like kind of like street. She like she like has come at amazing kind of like is reality word. No Rea- reality that a word. She comes off like a she's a very beyond say. Okay reality when you can just use beyond say as any form Show like in that sense works and there's dimension to her character but they're a lot like one of those scenes. Kinda get kind of a real it's like I wish this was somebody else. You know what I mean interesting. Yeah like she can get a good presence but not necessarily the she yeah chops. Yeah Yeah exactly. So that kind of that's kind of too bad and for really Kinda feel away about a lot of the of couple of people in it which Kinda sucks the by far and this one surprise you especially that I feel this way. Jackley season it jake. Lacy Jack Lacy Jake Lazy Generalizing Nature. That's why sounds familiar. There was somebody yesterday in the jury thing named Jack. Lacy I said what is that That is great. One of the dude. I said that he didn't do classical. Does real name I should. That is a great name. That's because it's the dude's name famous guy obvious the obvious tracy though right. I don't know anyway. I like love him. He's good yeah and he's like by far the best. I like obvious child. Yeah he just has yet. He's we should review that review. Not No hanway please movies. Everything's good any. I haven't watched in real time. It actually really like that a rewatch take you months ago. It's good yeah I love him. He's he's like stand out. Which Kinda sucks is really fun. Really pleasant kind of like pulls your heartstrings. Like good story interesting. Not like gooey not predictable but not like dramatic you know what I mean Real Life Chill Fun to look at good music. I was curious about it for sure. So guy that you might as well check it out and it's not like I wish it was longer. You know what I mean smell on. Okay cool all right. Well that about does it. I think Khloe unless there's anything else you want to mention I would like to say Happy Birthday. Henry thank you so much. I was close. A little word you'd forget not the best for last. Yeah I do that. Yeah make sure to do that. Maybe while you're listening to fill butts well feed your body and your mind the same time and next week on the show. I'm not sure I was thinking this Friday this past yesterday. Emma was out but it's not. I looked at all the theaters around here. And it's not. Yeah and so. Maybe that'll becoming next week or the week after we'll see obvious challenge. Moab great pair. Yeah Unorthodox Romantic comedies. Sure we maybe we can plan for that for whatever it comes out. I was also looking that new Amazon. Original Seeburg. With Kristen Stewart was supposed to be out yesterday but I went on Amazon video and it says currently unavailable even though the release date is the twenty first while shock. Adept at about the actress from breathless. I can't watch that one up. 'cause I love her I that's like my favorite. You know that I can't watch it. I'm not watching it. I can't watch it all. We'll check it out and review it on my on my own. I'm so sorry it took her. She's not I cannot. I can't I can't watch it now anyway so it doesn't matter you know it's all good. We'll find something. There is a new movie. Yes there's a new movie are net flicks. Tell me because I said I can't believe we do that. Is it this one like the last thing he ever wanted or something? It has an Anne hathaway now. Okay now one. 'cause there's a new movie by the Hathaway by the woman who directed mudbound. That's on that flex that has willem defoe in a as well and it just premiered yesterday. I think I don't know anything about it but it was at Sundance this year and Other than that. There's not a whole lot in theaters right now. Guess won't Chat Yeah. It doesn't matter to me as always. I'm just happy to be here. Khloe tell or we could just do a movie swap. I duNno I figured out to look at how the again yeah. We didn't want to rewatch just tonight from my birthday. Birthday treat anyways. Yes actually. I'm half the speed. Yeah GonNa Watch it again on twice the speed alsi which is better. That'd be a good little. Live Feed Shiloh buff. And we'll walk. We'll keep you updated. Make sure to follow on social media and at the film Buds Dot Com. Because that's where all the the good stuff is going to be all the juice. Yeah Henry keeps it poppin. Yeah and own that. 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Game of Thrones Re-Watch | Season 7, Ep #6: Beyond the Wall

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Game of Thrones Re-Watch | Season 7, Ep #6: Beyond the Wall

"Winter was here. But we are just getting started with our rewatch of the game of thrones season seven episode six beyond the wall. And now here the two guys who never get tired of wind djing. I am a rob cicirino here with Josh Wigley. Josh our you though in gene of winter. Yeah. It's all that. I've done since. I don't know. What did you and I start podcasting together like twenty thirteen twenty twelve just been whingeing percents? Yes. But artfully so. Sometimes. Yeah. Is just outright whingeing. You know? I don't wanna I wanna try and Rosie this thing up Rosie. I there is an art to it. And I feel like that you and I find find the ballots. We're pretty good. I mean, I don't think that we are quite as precise with our winching the night king is with an Icelandic. But it's close. Yeah. I have a lot to say about this episode, and I didn't joy on the rewatching, and we talked about this was two weeks ago that we last talked about this, and that you were not super excited about this one coming back in how did the rewatch hold up for you? Josh, I don't remember if I had said at the time or not. But I think it's better on rewatch. The episode plays better in retrospect, and I think it plays better. When it is like watched swiftly with the rest of the season. When I when I did my first rewatch of season seven before you and I started doing the weekly rewatch of season seven. I I really I the issues that I typically have with this episode or season general, which is a lot of. The flight times and all those logistics that can be a little weird in wonky didn't bother me quite as much. I think that beyond the wall is a very strong episode for much of it that the Santa and aria stuff is really awesome per week really week. Some of the some of the fight stuff is is a little whatever they really do Benjamin pretty dirty. I think in this episode. He really gets kind of a raw deal poor Benjamin. But there's there's a lot in here that I think is deserves a better deal benches. Yes, the very least a slightly deal. Then what was in to the Soad's? He's a stark. He's Ned Stark's brother on our have more to complain about them Benjamin stark, but Benjamin stark was cooler than a lot of Stark's. I mean, he was ranger burst ranger of the night's watch. This guy goes missing for so long. He becomes half. Zombie half dude, and he saves brand. And it's very cool. And then he shows back up for all five seconds where timing where John literally says uncle Ben gin and uncle Benjamin says get on the horse and John says come with me and uncle benjy says there's no time, and then he's ripped to bits, and that's it for this. And that is the that is the resolution to the young-chol Benjamin storyline. So I do think he got dirty. I'm fine. I'm good with Benji. I got a million other things to worry about with game of thrones. And uncle engine, man. Remember when we talked about uncle Benjamin in the in the context of bone, thugs and harmony earlier in the season. Yeah. Great pipe gassing woman as really good. Okay. All right. So let's go back through this episode. This is the penultimate of our rewatch episodes next time out we will discuss the most recent episode of game of thrones. Josh crazy, crazy crazies only it's almost upon us. While it's wild even consider that. Okay. All right. So the episode begins with everybody heading north out from east watch. And Josh I feel like there's so many of these little vignettes that are that are so fun. These character moments at the start of this episode, and I very hard to watch this and not have a big smile on your face off. This stuff is great. The character interactions are fantastic where people are dunking on Genry because he's a little dumb tormented being really funny with the hound the whole moment of like, you know, like this. There's a lot. There's a lot of fun stuff here. Seeing these character interactions is great Baruch who has so much Bravo toss. His conversations with John snow about the great enemy and the shared bond. These two guys have from having been killed before. But only temporarily it's great. It's super fun to see, you know, this like sort of Kerala seven together. It's really fun. Yeah. Anything strike you as a super important from these conversations other than all of the stuff. That's fun. Yeah. I mean, I think that there's you know, I think a lot of is just kind of character ability. You know, I think it's it's it's not so much. There's anything here that I think is going to be massively important for the future. I think the fact that John snow and barrack are going to have that conversation about the sort of the nature of death. And why they're still here. I still feel like something has to pay off with that. And I don't think that this episode satisfies that. Yeah. I think also the scene with John and Giora as they're walking where they have the discussion. Of out of the Lord commander Mormon and John tries to give long claw over to surge aura, and he refuses it. He wanted you to have it. He says to John snow may serve you will and your children after you, which I think is interesting considering you know, that I don't know if we have a confirmed conception with John, and Danny, but I think that's what we're leaning towards the end of next week's episode. Right. Have I said, I mean, they have. As berry Lincoln might tell you that we know never talk about the sex on the game of thrones. Is I said people don't say that. We don't talk enough about berry Lincoln on this five cast. But here you go, sir. You know, they certainly do of course. Absolutely. That happens and the bowl, right? I in Lincoln. Deniro's? We are we've been led to believe cannot conceive children based on the myrie master of it, all, and I think that it's fair to at least speculate that that that may not be the case for ever, and that Jon snow could be the father of deniro eventual unborn child and master. Yeah. She's a liar. Yes. She why do we take everything she says it phase? She also said that she was going to a fix call Drago. That was a lie. Yeah. She I mean, she made sure he lived I guess like a lot of stayed that way. Trickster? She is a trickster. So yeah, I think she's I think today will probably eventually be pregnant with John's child. There's three heads of the dragon that would track. And I do think that Jon snow will die again permanently before game of thrones is over I do more and more things that Dinares will be the Queen of west rose when this is all said and done. And so I think that there's there's something compelling about the idea that Jon snow heir to the iron throne child of radar. Tar Gary and won't be around by the end of this thing, but maybe his offspring will. And maybe that is the prince who is promised. Okay. All right. So I like it could work we go back to winner fell. We're gonna go back fourth to winner fell for a lot of aria and Sansa standoff and lot of tension there and aria is gonna monologue a little bit here. Josh. Yeah. And she was like, oh, remember when I was shooting, bow and arrow here, and it was super cool and brand was terrible at it. But I was really good at it. In case. You haven't watched the first episode. Oda longtime and remember how of these people who are still alive for watching like our dad. He was here. He was smiling. Because he knew that me being good at archery was cool. Even if the rule said that it was unin cool. He knew it was great, man. I miss that guy's dead. And it's because you did it you did it Sansa you have to kill him. Yeah. Dances. Yes. Yes. So she has this note and Santa tries to explain that was written under duress. I was a kid. I did I did what I had to do. I thought that they told me it was gonna save rob and Arias like, oh, did they put you on the rack? Did they torture you to day because I would never do something like this for the Lancasters? For instance, if I had to be Taiwian Lancaster's servant and Cup bearer. I would never do something like that for. Berg. They would have to kill me about that about that. Yeah. I know aria seems a little inconsistent with your own story. Oh, yeah. Well, how could I be hypocrite? If that doesn't happen in the books where you wearing a different face that day. All right now, I mean aria is being a so stubborn about this. I don't know if there's any kind of Rican textiles ation of this arc that will make it better. I've yet to find it. I think I think the idea that aria is having a hard time fitting back into winter fell. I think that's compelling. I think certainly considering the journey she's been on through. Six going on seven full seasons of game of thrones. At the point of this episode that that would make it hard for her to reactivate. Yeah. Noble life and being somebody who is part of a very important family rather than just being like a road warrior the way that she has been I think that there's a lot of incredible drama to mind from that. And I think that the way that they choose to drill into it is just baffling when it feels like there's gotta be like an ocean of oil beneath the surface of that. And they just choose to drill until like cement wall. It's going to yield nothing is fair. It's very odd. I think you just pointed out one of the flaws in the argument with the Cup bearer stuff. If it all that aria had a shot at time with my answer didn't take it. So why would she say like I would have let them kill me before. I betrayed my family. Doesn't make sense. I do I do love the juxtaposition of Santa what she has survived versus what aria has survived. I still just really don't like the way that it comes across here in this scene. Yeah. I mean, look if Sansa did have alterior motives of that she was plotting some sort of a power play in winter fell. Then maybe it's a different story where maybe you know, aria is a right to have these suspicions. But as far as we understand, right? I mean is Sansa considering some things some like underhand against John. No, she's not. She's not. And that's like the whole moral of the story. Is that the moment she realizes what little finger is trying to do. She kills little things. Right. She she has a Mexican it. There's no coup. That's developing in Santa's mind, there are thoughts from Santa like, I don't think that John's making the right calls here. And I think that you know, I have a better vision for what? Going on. And how do I explain that? And how do I defend his positions that doesn't make correct trader surro- freethinking, adult Santa? I also feel like behaves like a guilty party in this episode. Yeah. Definitely. It's just it's it's on the whole thing is I'd and I think that the presentation of it is really inelegant, and does does the viewer no favors in terms of being able to like cleanly clearly read it the way that I think it's intended to be read like could you imagine if you know way back when in like the second season, we were like, yo, hey, Josh, great news that aria and are finally going to get back together in season seven like, oh, that's going to be so awesome. And they're going to fight with each other over how winter fell is being run. Yeah. I think it's I don't know. I think that it may be. Sign that they are running out of things to do with these characters you know, as as are looking ahead at the final season. I wonder what that says about what they're planning for Sansa and aria I think that they need to get Santa and aria back on the same page. But in a way where their bond is is really strong. I think that they are much stronger by the end of the season. I think maybe that's going to help matters if they are to be working in unison, or if they are to be cruelly ripped away from each other at someone which is what I'm seeing which is what I think is going to happen. But they just do it in a way. That's just kind of a wet fart honest. Also, creepy brand could have really helped this situation. I think not so bold prediction is that the winter fell story line of the final season will be a lot better than the winter fell story line of the penultimate good. All right. Let's get back to the stuff going on beyond the w-. Wall. We touched on the conversation between torment and the hound about. How torment tells us at least for the first time that he wants to get with Brie and wants to have monstrous children with her that will rule the world. Yeah. He's he also caused him. You're the one they call it the dog, that's one of my favorite lines in game of thrones. Yeah. And you mentioned the conversation between Barrick and John about what you know. What's the point of us coming back and Barrick tells John snow the fighting or any king or a guide he's fighting for life. Yeah. We're soldiers in the fight for life death is the enemy the first enemy and the last John says we all die in barrack says the enemy always wins. But we still need to fight him. That's all I know you, and I won't find much joy while we're here, but we can keep others alive, and we can defend those who can't defend themselves. And I do think that what Barrick is describing here is not just barracks own arc. But also John's alternate arc that that feels very true to what we've gotten to know from. John snow over the course of several seasons. Now from the jump really EMA. John snow used to be a joke. But I think that there is some truth to the fact that John is a guy whose fate is consigned to some level of misery, but hopefully to the benefit of others. I don't think that John will know much joy in life. Even though he hails from the tower of joy, I think that perhaps that is that is part of the great irony of this man, you know. Okay. So they ultimately will reach the point that the hound recognizes from his vision. That's the Arrowhead that I saw in the fire. So we must be here. So we'll come back to these guys. We'll check in with Dani and Tyrian, and Danny is telling tearing how much she likes him because you know, what I like you. You are not a hero. She's kind of really unintentionally mean to Tyrian certain points of a roast, and it's and it's not a very funny roast either. Yeah. So like a comedy, central roast. Yeah. So why shading the comedy central roast? But not great. Seiner checks. Yeah. Yeah. By she's like, you know, you are not hero. And it's about you. Because you know, what heroes do that they go off and do stupid things. And then they die they die. And that's it. She also make a height joke. Yes. Well, when we get to talking about John snow because then she like rattles off all of these heroes who went off to do stupid things and died like like, call drogue. Oh, for instance. And then we have John snow in this category. Is another person who does stupid things and dies and Tyrian says. Yeah. And they all fall in love with you. She's Jon snow is not in love with me. Guess what wrong you're wrong? Yes. And then she had a nowhere comes out with. Oh, he's too little for me. John snow and like, oh, cool. Yeah. Thanks, okay. Expand that now, I know a kit Harrington is not exactly Shaquille O'Neal in terms of the height department. But I feel like that John snow's height has never been mentioned in the show before has it. It doesn't have to be mentioned in the show for it to be a thing. Yeah. But I feel I that spy eight five five eight. Yeah. Harrington's Harrington's five eight. He's kinda shortcut. I'd say this. Yeah. You know, so. So all right. Danny is not into. How tall are you by the way of five ten? Yeah. So you're you're taller than snow. Jon snow is sitting right in the middle of us. Literally right now, he's here is prefers not to speak on the podcast. Yeah. And so Jon snow is not in love with Dante. According to Danny tune it. It's like come on come on stop it. Let's let's not let's not beat around the Bush. But, but this is you know, Tyrian wants to get a couple of lines into Tyrian. And he's ready to talk Turkey or talk baby dragons as it were. And he wants to talk to you know, he wants to get more of a sense of generis like, what are you planning? Where is this going to go where where we what are we thinking about like dynastically? Are you going to are you are you gonna marry somebody or you can have babies and she's like what's not talk line of succession right now. That's a different show too. Good show. But that is it's got nothing to do with west rose, except it's also on HBO. Yeah. So she's not even have this conversation. And in fact, she's insulted. She feels like we why worry about aligning. Oh, who do you want me to name as the ruler? In case. I die. You. I mean, I don't know you're going to somebody or somebody else that you can get in there to conspire against me. Yeah. Listen, if I was there the battlefield there were aero is being shot at you. And you drag almost fell and died, and if you had died, this whole thing ends, so can we, you know, figure out some sort of solution where we don't have to worry about that. So hard to please. Yeah. Okay. So about it. She's shutting it down. We end of conversation. What do you? What do you think too narrow plan would be in this moment, if she were to speak, honestly and not be so offended by Tyrian? What do you think our plan for is like the dragon gonna rule dragons and charge? I don't know who's next in line. After the narrative, I think if she kind of had her pick probably misunder, I think that that would probably be her. VP Queen misunder. Yeah. Not does the hands takeover. If there's some sort of like, I mean didn't. I mean, isn't there already a secession plan? So as Tyrian in charge. I I mean, I guess the king dies like the hand of the king doesn't take over. But sort of like isn't like the hand of the king like functioned in the king's absence. Look the truth is generis dies. Then search probably stays in shark. Right. There's no claim. But once once in power, I'm not sure exactly how this works in a situation where there is no next of kin either way. She's just not here to talk about it at all. Yeah. So why are we talking about this come on? That's not going to happen in the next six that's for some sort of future game of thrones project. Oh game of thrones Butuan like that's ounce fun. Like do game of thrones show that set like five thousand years in the future and they've got fly. Cars to go there flying dragons. Yes. Yes. Let's see what happens. Things really progress in the US rose time line, and it's a cool idea. Okay. All right. We're going to really get some action going on here because we spot something in the distance. What is that is that a dog? The dog. The now, it's it's a blue eyed bear. Yeah. Yeah. It's a blue eyed bear, and it's it's angry careful Mackie's angry. He's angry. This is pretty terrifying. Zombie polar bears are attacking zombie. Bear is definitely screwed up. I feel like this is probably not the scariest zombie thing that we will meet by the end of the show, but up to this point. It's it's up there. Yeah. Pretty scary is mauling and killing red shirts things. There's a couple of them two of them. Yeah. This is one of the things too that I think that this episode gets knocked for a little bit is, you know, there's so much focus on the main characters who are on this expedition thorough is going to die, but like kind of like chump, and then a bunch of red shirts who you don't even really realize are even on the trip. Yeah, they really stay to themselves. You know, these I think they're just like random free full who just like get massively murdered. Real reason here I suicide mission of they're they're just a chum the waters for the whites a little bit. Because like you can't like go through this without losing some lives. It wouldn't be a realistic. But we can't afford to lose anybody important. Yeah. We've still got six episodes left to go. It's really critical that Joe Mormon still around for all of that. Now thorough ends up getting mauled pretty bad here. But he does make kind of a miraculous recovery for a bit. I always remember the way that thorough screams when he gets hit by the. Is very very messed up in barracks. Go uses flaming sword to cauterize the wound which like straight out in the Jack Bauer playbook. Yeah. But no thorough should have just been dead there. I don't like he did not go on to have like some other poignant moment in the episode, right? I mean, he has this moment with Giora where he's talking about the pike. And this is the reason why thorough says kind of been a legendary character in west rose that he was part of this. Yes, he was part of the quelling the rebellion at the iron islands. He light burst through pike with wild abandon and fought. Like, no one had ever seen before. And throws. It's not quite humble pie. Maybe it's like humble ale that he is drinking. Whereas like, I was just very drunk. Just just me. Just just me. For him before I feel like that. We've already gotten that story. I don't know. I mean, we heard this story before of him fighting, but I don't remember Thoresen himself ever. Like, really like, you know, commenting on it himself gotten story. Oh, he's a legendary drinker and was drunk, and then how you can. Sure. Sure. Sure you put two together. But I like I like hearing it from him. And then I think the thing that you do get from thorough later on is when they're kind of sending him off. It's sort of a little bit of a solidification of everybody like understanding like the weight of undertake undertaking. It's real it's real real thorough. Yeah. All right. So we go back to Sanson little finger. And this is like saying like, oh my God. What do we do? She knows little finger. Oh my God. Oh my God. What are we going to do now and on its own going Golding? Yes. Yes. And we didn't really talk this through but aria is talking through what Santa is scared of. And it's not that John is going to find out because John's and understanding guy. But what about these northern lords? How are they going to react if they read this? No and Santa's trying to say, oh, I was just a little girl. Like oh. Are you going to tell that to lady Mormon who's younger now than you were when you wrote that letter you think she's going to buy that? So you're gonna lose this whole army, and that's what you're afraid of which I don't know why REO would be trying to force that issue either to get all of the northern lords to leave winter fell. Yeah. And I think that Santa this a little bit much ado about nothing first of all yon, Royce is going nowhere as much as we'd like him to know. He's locked in. He's team Santa all the way. So she expresses this news. He's. Gonna be like listen you were a kid. We're here. Now, we're locked in. We've already made the moves like we didn't go through the battle of the bastards for nothing. I think that the rest of the northerners who've already agreed to fight beside wild. Things are going to be like look that sucks that that happened. You were a kid. You're not a kid anymore. You're clearly team stark these days, you're clearly fighting against the Lancasters and fighting for the living. I wish that hadn't happened, but we're like nine years removed from that point, you know, this is move on. So the whole thing is just a a little bit hollow. And obviously will not stay now is little finger trying to set up here that hey, maybe Bryanne could be an ally for aria best to figure out some Erin to send Bryanne on because aria could go to Bryanne, and then Bryanne coud be somebody in Arias corner, where she has nobody else all of this stuff from little finger really just speaks to how much he's terrible at all this like he talks about chaos being a ladder and everything. But in this case like chaos is a sawed ladder like Kevin McAllister, sawed the ladder, and I stay Kevin. Mr. sawed the ladder? And it's just it's gonna fall apart lake has to have been a straighter shot here. Then like coming up with the letter reproducing the letter getting Santa to be mad at Ariaria mad at Sansa. And we got us send Brienne away because she could be a problem. There's just there's no better way to take care of the aria deal than the way you're going about it. But he underestimates the Starks undoing. So I don't know. It's all it's all kind of dumb, honest to be honest. It's just a little dumb. All right. So Giora and thorough. So that when they had their conversation as they are, you know, hiking up to the place where they are going to see a few of these sold white soldiers walking around. Yeah, they find the white Walker and they fight the white Walker, and they fight the whites and John taking a page straight out of hard home. He's able to shatter one of the white walkers into oblivion with one swing of long claw, which I think is instructive towards the future. Right. And we're going to get later on in the episode to barracks. Like, maybe just got to kill the night king, and everyone will drop it's like, okay? So now, I know games thrones is gonna end kill the night king and the white walkers wall be deceased like that, you know, take that to the Bank bet big money on that that's going to happen. That's how that's how they're going to deal with the white walkers. Eventually they got to kill the night. King Nike dies. This problem goes. Away. Good to know. But they also they're able to bag one of the whites are able to to put a hood on on the on the whiten lock them up and bind him, but they didn't gag him in time because this thing is screaming to high heaven and everybody else can hear John kills the one white Walker, and then all of the whites around collapse except for this one. This was like the one like rogue stray that this particular white Walker didn't turn I guess very lucky. Yes. Okay. So he was one of these things was not like the others. And I mean, I think that's a little strange how how hard could it have been to just like have all of the the whites here? Get killed the battle. The commotion is enough to draw what happens out anyway, and they wind up in the frozen ice lake and at some point in that battle they can't like hot. Tie a white. Maybe that would have been better matter. No, don't don't ask me to show. I should not should not be in charge of these. So. Yeah. That bad as the one that they capture start shrieking like tries to cover. It's mouth and bites. Yeah, it's not Walking Dead rules because so far that has not turned. He is not turned. And we start hearing big noise. Sounds almost like an avalanche is coming. But no it is the army of the dead. Yeah. They're on the way, and it's bad news. And they really need. They're gonna need an assist. They're going to need to get word out to deniro's. And so they send Ganji on on the Aaron because he's he's the fastest. Yeah. Gandhari run for it. And leave that hammer leave that war hammer with us torment just really wants the hammer you really wants it. It really was. Yeah. I know a lot woods made at the time about the Genry running back to east watch didn't bother me that much here. It doesn't bother me that much ITO life is hard. There's a lot to be miserable about I'm choosing not to be miserable about Genry getting to east watch really really fast, sending raven really really quickly deniro's receiving the raven having enough time to like sued up until like very elaborate snowsuit and fly her dragons from dragging stone, which is basically king's landing. All the way beyond the wall. All within the span of what do you want to call it forty eight hours, seventy two forty one. I think is is generous. I mean, I think the show presented as like maybe they are on the ice patch like overnight, maybe like ten or twelve hours. They don't give you enough information. I think never turns dark, but it might be like one of these Alaska situations where you know, you're you're so far north that may be it stays sunlight, they're shooting in Iceland, man. And I'll tell you, that's that's what happens in those winter months in is lend you get like, or I guess the summer months, rather is where it's like, you know, these Saudi out Pacino movie, that's not Iceland. But it was daily the whole flip and time Robin Williams was a psychopath. So these guys are lucky, Robin Williams isn't around. Yeah. I I actually bought Genry running for two or three hours. You know, got back to. I don't know how long they were on the March from maybe they didn't get that far away from east watch. They were walking the whole time if he's running if he's by himself. Maybe he just knows a shortcut that didn't bother me. But they get the rave into Danny? And then to get Danny up that does seem like that would take more time. Look, I mean, I'm not gonna defend it. I don't think that there's much of a defense injury running Shusha Shishir. I'm not coming after us all active. Everything's gonna be fine. Everyone's going to be okay. I think that. People. Some people are going to be pretty poor off by the end of this thing. It's just I can't I cannot be mad about it. If I Lau myself to be mad about it. I will be mad about it. And my life will have source of agony that it does not need. So I don't think it's great I do maintain. I think that this is just like going through. It's like this or the dance of dragons season. Five is the worst penultimate episode of the show, and I give dance with dragons a bit of a pass because heart home comes before it. And I think that that has the energy of ultimate. So I think that this is the weakest, and I think that this is part of the reason why is that there are some logistical loopholes that don't fully make sense. And I think that you could make the argument if you squint that sure they're out there for a week in their super hungry, and they're really really cold in the night king and all people are just standing there watching for wing to do. I guess they're not even like sending one of their like thousands of expendable whites to like field tests, the lake. Yeah, they have to wait to see a rata. How to throw a rock, you know? All right. Well. If you allow yourself to get mad. I'm I'm really trying not to but it's I find myself being tested. Okay. So this is actually pretty cool when they're surrounded. They're sort of the end up going out on this sheet of ice. And then the army of whites is surrounding them and they start walking. But then it ends up turning into like a moat of that the ISIS cracking all around them. So they're on sort of like this very small island of ice kind of has like a rock protruding from it. And they're just set up there. They're stuck. Yeah. They're stuck there on the rock. Is a much smaller rock than the one featured in the film, but it's enough for them to camp out on for a little while, and it will be the last piece of solid ground throws of MIR shall ever touch. Yeah. So Gandhari he ends up. He's running running running. He makes it to east watch. It looks kind of like he dies. He's like a right in front of east watch. Yeah. I think that's the end of Ganji for the season. If I'm remembering right? Okay. That's a wrap on Gandhari. Make get to see him for a hot second in the financial hot Pijesak and coming up in the season finale will watch for that next week. All right, Gandhi says a raven. So they do get that raven out out the door. Hurry, spicy. Simply this is when we would be benefiting from future game of thrones. They had cell phones. Text the text is all made sense. It would be really easy and then over on ice island the hound he's bored. He's like he's he kicking the white. Yeah. He's like beating it up. You know, it's like, hey, how the whole mission was to get this thing. Back in one piece like let's not like hands off the merchandise. He's very very antsy. Very frenetic guys indoor clicking I prefer netted guy. So they see thorough now. He's gone. He's dead. He's dead. We'd better light them up. Because if they don't and he's gonna come back, and we don't want that bear gets to come back with Orestis not the hand says here of a say, it's one of the better ways to go to be mauled by Arezzo freeze to death, which one. I mean, I guess like the bears on memorable. Yeah. It wasn't any consolation for the hound when he showed up at that house. That was with the people that were outside of. Where the river run people. Oh, well, that's the way to go free. Yeah. Maybe he's just like trying to rewrite the narrative because he feels bad. Yeah. Okay. So they're realizing the free soon. But wait hold on. There is one other chance if deniro doesn't get to them. Somebody could kill the night king this barracks theory. That's the guy. Yeah. We got we we've killed a bunch of we killed a white Walker all design as dropped if we kill the night king. Maybe they all drop, and you know, a, yes, right? I mean dowry on the same page make sense. And that's like that's going to happen. Right. Like, you're gonna see the night king get like like dragon glass in the nose or whatever. And then we go super wide shot for like from above like, shh. And like all these other people have like they're in their corner near death situations and suddenly there, okay? Is the Nikes dead. And all of his peeps are dead. That's happening. Some some version of that is happening. So yes, be I still just don't get like how everyone knows so much about the night king. That's the night came who told you that. Who said night came back on their into a tour. One time of beyond the wall may. Episode. Okay. I know you've posted about run times for season six. Josh wig ler game owns expert. Or t HR what? A series. I gonna go with the penultimate fab sewed five. Yeah. I think I think the finale will be some sort of like may twelve I think the finale will be like some sort of extended epilogue type of deal. Okay. Where that'll be why characterize Aleutian in west resolution, and I still feel like I can imagine the white Walker thing getting dealt with. And then seriously being like, I think you're right. I agree. You guys suck. You guys suck. You should've been worried about me in tired. And here I am. I got the golden company and you're screwed. There's no motion stakes to the night king. None that we really have yet. You know, maybe that'll change the actor did give an interview to James Hibberd of Entertainment Weekly and said like we'll find out a little more about the night king. And now he's got like an enemy in his mind. There's someone is after so there's like some motivation for this. Yeah. He does. Something something smoke. Yeah. So we'll see who his ops is. I would assume it's brand. Because if it's John or it's generis in this episode Nike has like the clearest shot at both goals. Look at their. So. Yeah. So we're going to go back to when fell we have seen with Sansa, and with Bryanne, and Santa has got an invitation to appear before sir c and she tells Bryanne she wants her to go do it and Bryanne is like, oh, but didn't they do this for you last season radical running errand the river run? She's like do it again, kicked out of my sight Bryanne. Yeah. It's really means a Bryanne Santa's Bong right into little fingers little trap at this morning. Yes. I guess I guess she has no other explanation. I go to at this point. Yeah. I think at this point she's buying go to plan is this just so Bryanne can be there when everybody is in king's landing next week. I think it's kick out Brienza. For the show's perspective of we just want Bryanne to be there when everybody else's there. I think that they should have allowed Brienne to go on this mission north of the law. I think it'd been fun all that sexual tension with torment would've melted that ice sheet. Yeah. But then she could've just kick the crap out of him, and it would have been like very very satisfying. And funny. But whatever I mean, I think that would have been an easier way than to have to go through this whole aria Sansa rigmarole. Going through Tyrian is with Danny. He is imploring her to not go and do this quite a reversal from Danny who is bemoaning earlier in the episode about all of these guys who are heroes. They go out. And they they do dumb stuff, and they lose their lives have trying to be a hero and save the day. And now here's Dani being put in that very situ same situation, and she is the one going out and Tyrian is like, no, no, no don't do. This is crazy. Yeah. But it turns out that Danny. She is John snow fan zones. She's gotta go go. Save her. Boy, gotta go get her. Boy. Okay. All right. Tearing says if you're lost will all die. Yeah. Elusive? Okay. Meanwhile, time has passed an hour a day a week who knows seven thousand years past the hound is getting so bored. That he is throwing rocks. Some. Somehow are rocks here on this frozen lake there on a giant rock. So be rocks on the boulder, I guess so older moments. And so the hound is just going to start throwing rocks. Does a a really good job? Got a great arm here on this. I throw noble really war dogs the second throw and. Are you dog? The one they call it. The wall dog and comes up way short and then the rock slides across to the white who then with deductive reasonings. Oh, if this rock can slide across the ice. Maybe I can I do I do feel myself getting a little worked up like why didn't you just send some of these people who cares? I'm trying don't get hung up on the just like this. Well, I reverse oil does feel a little bit that way. Just kind of dumb dumb. It's not even just that. It's like what -gistically week and weird. It's just like narrative a little done. There wasn't a better way of telling the story. I don't know. I'm trying not to get mad trying to the fighting. Here. Here's I guess where I'm not getting hung up that this whole thing is a cool set-piece. It's interesting setup. I haven't seen this before in a show or movie where people are trapped on and, you know, people are trying to get get through like, the ISIS gonna crack I feel like that. This was a unique setup there stranded there. And I enjoy the presentation. Sure, sure, okay. Now things are really going to heat up. Because now everybody's coming across the ice fit hits the Shan is it is battle battle royale time where there's all sorts of fighting happening and. Like Andries hammer is being used and Giora who is a master swordsman for some reason is using these two dinky dragon glass daggers, but it kind of looks cool in his hands. John, Scott, long claw. There's all sorts of so many shirts or dying their dying. Johnstone gets one of them straight up killed accidentally knocks into one of these oops, drums, so celery. And then the guy falls red shirt ripped to bits bits. Lerman getting almost. Was going to go out there. I think in the in the real time, I thought torments going to die. Yeah. And I think I certainly I've written this into the torment final path that I am going to be posting at some point in the next couple of weeks on HR. If not have said this on the podcast, if I haven't said on the podcast torment is like the safest person in game of thrones. Now, like, I feel like if torment didn't die in this moment where he would have had one of the most memorable deaths of any character. He would have been like the frigging Noah of game of thrones. That I was the guy's name, right? Revolving door, dude. Yeah. You know, but that was a member of we gross death. That's almost what they gave to torment like they almost gave him the private Hudson from 'Lions treatment, which is a really memorable death net movie. Sorry spoiler Raelians if you haven't seen aliens, but it's early good five. I know I didn't specify Walking Dead. But you just did. They could have done that. And they didn't do that. And then he's at the wall at the end of the season when the walls, but the trailer straight up shows torments still kicking. So if I didn't die here. And if he doesn't fall in the wall torments never gonna die. And he's also the only wild Ling that we know anymore. And if there was so much ado about getting the wild things out of beyond the wall and into the realm. And if there is this undercurrent of an argument in favor of putting aside, your enmities and fighting for the living and not being so uniformly afraid of the concept of refugee in the form of the Wilding story line. I can't kill the only Wilding you know, tournament is my safest pick for game of thrones. Okay. All right. Do you think about that? I think it's a it's a really good one. I think that we should add to a potential death draft of season seven we have to do a safe. Raft. Yeah. We've got we've got prediction podcast coming up at some point in the next couple weeks. We've got time. Okay. All right. Then we are going to see things really slowdown things are getting bleak. We're going we're going slow. Mo are we at sixty frames per second. I wasn't counting but things are really slowing down. And this is how you know things are getting tents in any action movie. The slower things are going. That means there's a lot happening. Yeah. And it's the perfect time for day sex dragon. Leave. Fire. Whoa. What was that? It was the dread that was drogue on fire. Give drogue on standby that was. Whoa. You feel the dragon breath on your face from the side of the Mike. I'll chew some gum before the next podcast Dabbagh to please do. Meli? Okay. The dragon fire is coming across. And like, luckily doesn't just completely melt the ice. They're standing on ice, meet fire fire meet, and you know. I'm I've been fairly cynical in this stage of the episode, but this fricken cool. It's very cool to see dragons versus white walkers. That's that's what we've been waiting for for so long. I think it's going to it's going to continue to be awesome. Every time we see this this clash, but the night gang. He ain't scurred. No, he's not. And so he sort of like, you know. Loosening up his arm in the bullpen. He's got his ice javelin, and we see in the shot and the camera is like behind the night king, and he's kind of like the easiest shot on drogue on. Yeah. Drug is just sitting there. They're getting they're like loading in drogue on everybody's looking for a place to put their carry on drug on. He's right there drug on his right there night king instead is going to go and hit the moving target Besir. Ian, who's flying around in the sky, the Nike just showing off here? Josh what's happening axing? It's a flex weird flex, but. Okay. Yeah. He's flexing. I mean, this is the guy who just like threw up his arms at hard homes. Come at me, bro. Gonna come for John snow there to the way that this guy is able to just like with pinpoint accuracy shoot a dragon out of the sky. He clearly could have done that to Jon snow back in the day. Didn't didn't care to he's going to kill the Syrian here. Because he can I think it's just a display of dominance. And I think it's a full disregard for the threat level of everybody else or it's like you guys could stay alive. That's fine. I'll I'll kill you soon. This is this is easy. Yeah. It's too easy to to kill you Moi fast seal as one of the cousins would say. You know, I feel you know, just like just just shoot the guy. Don't go for the axe. Yeah. Evil of the night. Yeah. Baby. You wanted to drag with the fricken laser beam on its head. Sara let let me give the night king some credit here is it possible. He needed a dragon. But for whatever reason the night kings, purpose he needed John and Danny to get out of there with drug on. Yeah. Maybe maybe there's there's. Greater idea that he has that involves John Danny I suppose hard to see what that would be. But not off the table by more likely. This has been an episode that has a little wobbly and weird. And so this is just like kind of another like wobbly and weird move and no one likes viscera, so no one likes Bassiri on. And so that's the dragging. You can stand to lose here. Always the one that translates most easily to becoming an evil drug. So very sad Syrian he's crazy rip down from the sky ends up crash landing into the water sinks down into the ice. Like, you know, blood gushing out super set moment in this episode, really, really sad. It's a very intense scene. It's done very well shot very, well, but the Lance and at the scene, and the horror is palpable in terms of the impact on the characters the impact on the viewer like really helps to stress the idea that like, wow. Take on the white walkers is going to be that's going to be tricky. That's going to be a deal. Yeah. It's good. It's a really good seat. But Jon snow. He feels like he has a straight shot for the night king and similar to Jamie Lancaster a couple of sodas ago. When drogue on was a sitting duck sitting. Wagon. Like, I mean, like he is absolutely right now at this moment. Yeah. That John snowfields like, hey, I can end the war right now. I could end the war, and he is going to make a beeline for the night king. But similar Jamie who ends up getting knocked out of the way by Braun, then to redshirt whites and white shirts, just like tackle John documents of ice. News in the lake mode Lamotte's. No, yeah. Lake effect snow lake affects DOE off. God Dido with some of that at school. Right. It's. As all the rage and Cirque us. Yeah. Josh. So Jon snow. He says Danny before you go going me outta here. Leave bench and will be here for five seconds. I'll be fine. Don't worry. Okay. So Danny takes him up. She leaves. She gets the hell out of there. Giora almost falls off drogue on Nike almost throws thing at drug on. But they're able to GTO. So it's all good. Yeah. Such clear shot before. Off flex. But I mean like he could he could have also thrown that at drogue on. And then thrown like a bunch of mini lances at each individual on drogue on that also have been impressive and would have killed more people. So if he was gonna flex that may have been the most impressive flexi could've done. Okay. So Jon snow somehow gets out of the incredibly cold water and like long claws out on the thing. And then when he splashes up looks like long claw opens his eye, and me and all the other John snow conspirists conspiratory A-List spirit conspirators was the word. That's the word. I'm an English major. I swear everyone's like what does that mean? But it's just water getting on the eye, and it makes it look like the white Rangers soared from power injures, which is kind of funny. Yeah. John gets up. And here comes all on coop engine. And he says uncle engine and uncle vengeance. Is. Up and go von time, invented the can't talk to you about that get out of here, and John snow is like oh my God. It is so crazy that you're here. Because one time I got killed. He told me like that you were here. Kind of there's some resentment with Benjamin I died for you. All right. I'm gonna die for you. Go get out of here. Yeah. It's even John Webber believed that uncle Benjamin is dead. Even after all this. All right. So John is going to get on the horse, and he's gonna ride for east watch. And uncle Benjamin with his swinging flaming fire thing is gonna guess he's get mobbed by all of these things. That's it. That's just the end. That's fine. That's enough pension. I guess it. Just it does just like worry me that like sometimes like the do do David Benny often, Dan ways feel like they just have to kind of like solve a game of thrones thing because they feel like compulsion to solve it. And is it just going to be done as kind of just haphazardly as the as the bench and resolution? Yeah, I think you might be more invested in local engine from the books. I think that's likely, but I think one of the little to no investment on your engine. Sure. But I think that it's one of those lingering cliffhangers that a lot of people who did read the books variance student knowing what the resolution to that is. Going to be I imagine it'll be different from what we got here. If we're lucky, even if we're not then I guess that's different resolution is the lack of one it just makes me wonder about the the the creative thinking behind other resolutions still to come. Okay. All right. So we go back to east watch. There's another really funny line. You're where. Barrack said, Stu. We'll meet again Klay gain. And the has. I hope not. I hope not love the hand the one they call it. The dog. Okay. Interesting. We say this foreshadowing all these dragons flying over Eastwood here in this the exteriors for this. Sure could say that what state because we are one episode away from another dragging flying by east watch. Yeah. Yeah. Also, we've been saying the podcast leading up to it. But the gigantic crossbow obviously foreshadowing the ice Lance that the night king is able to use to take down Massereene. So good job game of thrones. You did it. Giora is trying to get denarius. Like, all right. Come on Danny time to go. I mean, I don't know what hope she had the John snow was going to make it out. I mean, it's the miracle of all miracles that they saw him fall in the water. Right. But she herself has phone quite hard for the king of the north not ready to give up just maybe she has some sort of like a sixth sense out there that I feel like my nephew is alive. Oh my God. Barter? Yeah. But they did a lot more than just like the kiss in the half medic bang. So awkward very awkward. John snow is going to end up somehow not falling off this magical horse and ends up making it to the gate shades of the season four finale of game of thrones. Yeah. That's right, less EROs in him. This time Jon rides bash castle blower EROs. He's back. He's fine. He's okay. Get him on the boat and on the boat time. He is injured from his love interest here riding back to his love interest. How that? Because he does know something. So they get them on the ship. Take off his shirt, why wouldn't you and? Type of thermal shirt back on my God. Look at this thing. He's got the scar. In his chest. I'm pretty sure that when he said he got stabbed in the heart. It wasn't a joke. Pretty sure that's legit. Okay. All right. Hey, meanwhile, to go back to Santa aria. So okay, Santa is snooping through Arias stuff for she wants to get the hard copy of that letter back. Yeah. Okay. She's already seen it. I mean, what is going to? But okay. So she's gonna break into the Watergate hotel into get these documents back now from aria. And instead, she finds a what's this mission impossible masks are issues. Like, I see my face jacomb faces. Sarai your Doug Ray Scott over there. Offer Bagga faces. And then I had I got chills when Arias said so Sansa do you wanna play the game of faces like, no? Oh my God. This is like you merging the shadows the death star to just like rage. Lightsaber this storyline guide consume you. Oh, became of faces if you will play their game basis than perhaps she will. So Arias students a lot of monologue. Ing in this episode again when remember Sansa when we were younger, we both wanted to be other people now, I can what would it be like to be you? What would it be like to wear your face like, all right psycho? It's definitely weird facing is I. I. Face. Yeah. Oh, God, very very Hannibal Lecter junior right here. But then aria takes that cat's paw dagger. And like she's like holding it like immense thing way, and she just hands. It's this answer. Do it. Whatever. It's like, nah, I'm just gonna let you think about how creepy all this is never never make me play the game faces. Yeah. Okay. All right. Let's go back to John. And Danny and John is saying I'm sorry. He says I'm sorry. I wish I wish we never did this. And that did get me thinking like this plan was dumb. Why did they do this? This was all to go north of the wall all this loss of life. We lost the Syrian all all to get a white Walker to bring to sir. See so sir c will agree to the armistice that you're gonna blow. Anyway, like it wasn't even like. To win the war or to kill the night. King. I forgot that. This was all just to get the thing to go to bring sir see as exhibit A. So that they can have an arm insist when they could just go and destroy, sir. See with the dragons. Yeah. Just destroyed. Yeah. Yeah. So you know, I had to see it. If I didn't see I wouldn't have known. Now I've seen it now. I know she's taking it rather. Well, to be honest. Yeah. So I think this was really interesting though, that denarius talks about how the dragons are my children and the children that I'm ever going to have. And I started thinking about this because there's so much talking game. Thrones about sir c and the break that she has Wayne she loses her children and much like Dinara, sir. See also had three children, and I feel like that really the start of, sir. Sees major harm Seidel psychotic break. I think starts to really take shape when she loses Joffrey. And I think that she's more and more income. Sola bottle and more and more out of control as she loses more of her children. And I wonder is it possible. Now that Danny has lost vissarion. Could she lose a second dragon and could this push Danny more in the mad king slash C Lancaster direction. Or would she be the opposite example right of like she's able to kind of rise above the grief and rise above the tragedy. And it's like through these fires that she demonstrates why she actually is where the for the iron throne. I would I'd be more inclined to think that's the direction we're going with the nurse. I think to Narus is hero with an occasional mean streak rather than some hero who's going to careen towards full villain. I just don't I don't see that for her in the following episode next week. I don't think that she is really like all on tilt after. The loss. She's like fairly, you know, she takes it reasonably well. I mean, she's obviously upset here. But she's she's like straight business. She's less emotional than John John who's going to make this like I have to stick to my morals decision deniers like hit my drag diet. So that we could do this. Up. She's she's the one who's like all about staying. The course. So now going back to the conversation that they're having that John is telling a denarius that she is his Queen. He would Bendini if he could get out of this bed. You know, it's like a real like grandpa, Joe if if I get out of this bed. There's so many things I could do I never thought that. I would find night king is white walkers. Suddenly I can't kneel because I've been giving hypothermia got the golden company I've got Valerian tick. So he's been the knee. If I could she's like. Would you? So nice near such a good guy. And it's all because he's embarrassed that he said, Dan, he's like, oh, no one called her, Dan. I got to think of something really good to make up for that. Yes. Shakoor mcqueen. Yeah. But going back to earlier in the there's a moment where John is talking to torment and John talks about how that he would not been the knee in torment talked about how you spend too much time with the free folk you don't like bending the knee. He's manse Reiter was a great, man. A proud man the king beyond the wall never been the knee. How many of his people died for his pride? And I think that that stuck with John. Yeah. Look at torment spouting out the wisdom. I think it's term in like setting the stage for for run at the book. Yeah. The matter at the thrown, but he's like I really wanna be king three folk early. I really would like that spot. I would like it for it's not just be ceremonial. Yeah. I also like this little self serving when he talks about like, oh, Finally, I can breathe again crass. Gravel. Master in. Ninety nine votes for term and. So is like. I can't breathe in the south John. It's like you've never been to the south. You you've been so winner films the north to south to me. It's this after him. Yeah. Him. Anyway, deniro sells them get some rest. You got a busy episode next week. Yeah. We're gonna have time time. All right. Meanwhile, meanwile. See this big moment here at the end of the episode which makes up for a lot here in this episode of somehow the whites got these Maistre chains going we don't know where they came from. But they got them and as in drag vissarion out of the cold in icy waters and the Nikes like all right? You're Magaya now in vissarion wakes up, and it's like cool. I'm your guy. I believe those are exact quotes from the end of this episode of game of thrones. We've got we've got an undead dragging on our hands. Rob. And some scary stuff. Okay. All right. And the Syrian is Seraing. Be true chilling moment. No pun intended. It's cool. I it's definitely qua- that shot of his areas. I opening and it's just like white Walker. Blue is definitely a cool moment. It's like great. The Nike really needs another leg up. This is good. Yeah. Okay. So we'll see we'll see what happens that season seven. It's a little bit of like The Empire Strikes back of seasons where the bad guys really get a foothold between, sir. C consolidating all of her power the night. King really knocks down the wall. Good guys are on the ropes. Yeah. That's kind of game of thrones though. I think even thrones mostly Empire Strikes Back with the occasional e walkout burst. Yeah. Typically, bad bad news pretty much. Everyone's always frozen in carbonite. We'll see especially north of the wall. Okay. Josh next time out. We will record the final episode of the winter was here saga. Are we gonna banned in the winter was here branding when we get to the final season. I feel like so don't we want to be completion est? A couple years. We can go back and watch these new episodes. All right. Well, maybe you guys tell us. I like I like it when you started episode, and you say winter was here and. I'm gonna miss say game of throne. Eights premier is over. Okay. All right. Okay. Yeah. All right. I'm sure it'll sound fine. All right. Josh wig ler is pumping out. All the game of thrones information that you need to know over at HR dot com slash game of thrones. So much happening over there. What's what's the latest and greatest? So the latest is the most recent final path column, which is the weekly columns. I've been doing that have been looking back at the main characters game of thrones. And giving final predictions for where I hope and think they may be going in the final season. I wrote about the dog sand Orkla gain as my most recent addition of final path Sunday, you're going to be you're going to be getting my takes on Brienne of tar again that those post at nine forty five AM east coast time on Sundays. But then rob this weekly column is going to transform much like this Zarian. Turning into an ice dragon. These weekly columns are gonna become daily. What's resort? We have so many characters to get through with final path that. Dude. Get out of here. I will not starting with the Brienne final path this coming Sunday every day from then until the Friday before the premiere will be a new final path. So I've been writing fast and furiously much like the movie franchise that torment giants pain briefly appears in about these game thrones characters, and I invite you to to check it all out and then next week, rob. We'll have one more episode of game of thrones season seven to talk about and we will officially be in the full ramp up for the final season of this majestic television series. All right. So I'll happening here on post show. Recaps check out our Walking Dead recap as well with Jessica lease myself all at post show. Recaps dot com to everybody have a good one by.

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"Meets the Bobbin Jerry show. Oh twice as nice with Bob. Can you help me out here. Waste because I'm dying and Sherry. Yeah we know now broadcasting from. I'm the palatial Bob and Sheri Studios. It's Bob and Sheri yes. It is and Just before we get into something here. I was online looking at the travel channel website. Here it's just so much fun to watch this website. You've probably never go to most of these places I know I will flip beautiful. And they have a thing attended the most delicious food who'd halls in America so they. This is what I love when a smaller city is thrown in with like La and New York so They've got one melrose market in Seattle. That has all these different types of food there's the grand central market in Los Angeles. It's been there since the one thousand nine hundred seventeen. You can get all sorts of fantastic food green grass fed meats and all of this Fresh vegetables it's enormous miss. There's one in grand central station in New York City. And then you go down a little bit further and Hello Lexington Kentucky. It's the barn and it is. He is Kentucky's first several Artisanal Food Hall more than two dozen vendors including one guy who has atomic rahman its master stor chef contestant. Dan Woo whatever that is. Sounds Amazing Rahman so if you're in in Lexington have little pride. I'd you made it with the big boys this week. Hey speaking of food do you know. Today's National Cheeseburger Day. Oh is that right. Happy National Cheeseburger. Tell you what every time I hear. The were cheeseburger. I just think of that headline in the onion. The Fake News News of paper and the headline was local. Man Says you just can't be cheeseburger and you know I agree if you get a great one. I mean with great the hamburger meat just the right type. The BUN is so important. Not a cold stiff bonus soft moist bun and maybe a little piece of lettuce Do you know what I made not too long ago. Because I'm I'm trying to I'm trying to make everybody in my family. Eat more unhealthily and and they only eat the same things over and over again. Cheeseburgers are one of them. I made pork burgers with homemade Saracho slaw. That sounds good so you get ground pork. Eight never had a pork burger and it's delicious. I mean it's so good so you get some ground pork. It's hard to find at the grocery. Does your story I was GonNa say I can't always find it if I made it because I happen to see at the grocery store so you get some ground pork and I missed some garlic and some black pepper. Sure and What else did I put in there a little bit of chopped Parsley and so you make your pork patties and you cook them just like you would burger and then I took on a bag of if that shredded Broccoli slaw stuff that you can buy already shredded department like that? Yeah and I mixed up a little mayonnaise that go into the burden. No no no I made. I made a mixed up a little bit of Mayonnaise and a little bit of apple cider vinegar and a little bit of Sarah and tossed the Broccoli slaw with that and then toasted up some bonds and put the pork Burger and the homemade Saracho sl- on top of that to my family and they said Oh what's thus I said it's a delicious Port Burger with Saracho slaw and Olivia goes. Oh and care MIA said I don't like spicy things and Kevin said and we all had dinner. The thought that Mr Kevin would like that guy is out on it so the slaw is on top of the baked into the Burger. And you don't have to have this law could have it offside I would have it on the on the side. Yeah I guess you could ask the butcher to though grind grind up some Hey if you're my uh-huh or in good morning. My grandma's meat balls are half beef half pork. That's the secret to the deliciousness half beef half pork. That's what they do in that Pizza Pot Pie. Hi that I love in Chicago. Oh what do they do. They put ground pork with a beef beef and pork together. That is the secret to proper meatballs and remember that meatball video main put on our website showing how to make my grandma's house. Somebody somebody asked to see that again. It's disappeared. I have to remake the video of relate to me ball spending thought of combining a pork and so good and you've never had pork Burger. No it has I mean. It's a completely different I. It's not a Turkey Burger It's not a beef burger. It has that Max. You've had a poor ground pork. Obviously it has a pork Burger vibe and it lends itself self for some reason it lends itself to would you could do it. TEX-MEX I guess but it just felt like it lent itself to kind of in Asia's saying is I know there's a restaurant in Nashville. The does lamb burgers. So you get ground lamb. Oh that was good to a very special greeting to all pita business. They're out there. These checking a like me anyhow. These people grind up one more animal. Well Bison and I mean it's just 'cause I'll make Bison Bison at Costco ground up sent on by I'll make some bison burgers but the pork burger it just it's different different and it's Yummy and it's just if if you live with that one eat the same thing over and over again so you really notice the difference. Oh Yeah and the other thing that I do. Sometimes when pork tenderloin are on sale. Like Bogo I get them and I cut it up into bite sized chunks and I stir fried in the walk with a bunch of ginger here in Chile and stuff. You know you're everybody's stir fries. Chicken stir fries beef a put. You haven't lived until you start for. I forget what I was GonNa tell you about in this segment of stir fried pork we got onto the pork thing. Yeah I think I will and when you put it in front of your people they can go nope. No it's Bob and Sheri and stuff you won't hear on the show the Bob and Sheri odd cast on the Bob and Sheri APP. Get it now in store or Google play so this story happened in Effingham County. Which is in Georgia? Tell everybody how you spell that E. F. F. F. I n. g. h. a. m. Effingham County. I would love to be the mayor of Effingham Sheriff about uh-huh to find out you get. I'm sorry you're referring Nita F. Y.. We're moving to where there's there's an affiliate we've missed a good morning. So Oh so. I'm going through the news wires the other day and I see that we have We have an incident in Effingham in Effingham. County Georgia with two guys one is named Brian. Oh you Johnson and the other one is named Brian Austin and immediately that. Got My attention because Bob and I've seen this before if you're hanging out with somebody and you both have the same name name I don't know why at least it shows up that way on the. It's it's some sort of a rule so I'm Brian and Brian. We're hanging hanging out in the other Brian and his other friend Brian. We're hanging out I think. I think it's Brian Johnson's Home in Effingham and and they were doing drugs. They were They were smoking. They were smoking meth and So the question now now today is going to be. Is it possible to get too high so we have the nine one one call where Brian and his other friend. Brian Uncalled Effingham. Nine one one so this is actually. There's going to be to call in here. The first one is involving them thinking that there are people in the in going running around their car the second one. He's whispering because he thinks somebody's in the house. Describe where he lives in Effingham County. Georgia Georgia go sheriff's Office Assistant Anthony Federal Transfer. That's a yeah some of at one. Forty six Bloomingdale Georgia. There's about five or six guy out in my front yard. It got into my car another walking around New York. What's your name Brian Austin with them before you're Brian Okay? What color's your house? A Lot. Ten Double A. R. Men are nodle. Arthur will get somebody out to you. Okay Okay I'll see you in about two minutes all right thank you couldn't FM no one location of your emergency. Hello can you hear me okay. What's going on? Who's in your house? If somebody in your house okay. Someone's inside of his house where you got forty six. Okay stay on the phone with me. Okay no okay. He's whispering to me where they at your house else here. Where Sir Room? Okay where are they at your house There where in the bedroom. He's in the living room. They're in the bedroom. uh-huh what's her. Okay I got somebody on the way so so. So here's what happened. Inbound Effingham County Sheriff's Office Spokesman David Ashes Pours said quote. The police arrived at the scene Brian and the other. Brian pointed out to deputies where they saw the suspects climbing into a boat. And getting away. The tangible White Chalier is landlocked. Fbi County. Oh no there is no body of water the snow lake or a river. The sheriff's spokesman went on to say there was no boat in no suspects. There was no one there. The deputies realized the two men were hallucinating Canady and that they were so high. They called nine one one on themselves. How could they both be high and see the same thing? The same guys vice getting into the Bush Italy. Investigators said there was no boat but there was a meth lab at the residence. Brian's so so student they want perhaps through the power of suggestion. Bob I just I mean how could that town. I've never even heard of it looming. It's an Effingham County Bounty Bloomington bloomingdale George some research. And he said that the sheriff of Effingham County is named Jimmy mcduffie. It's sheriff mcduffie of Effingham. The Body Sherry get it get it now. I tuned store or Google play so I was reading a guy in London. England ran in the London marathon recently and he finished in two hours and thirty six minutes. which which is very impressive? And he was dressed. He ran the whole thing dressed as forrest gump and he set a world record for the fastest marathon time while dressed as a movie character. Which I guess is something to hang onto for forever? It's pretty random that's random but that's that's unbelievable believable. It's really fast as forrest. Gump I wonder if there are people you know that noticed that. He was dressed as I got broad forest. Ron I know his friends and his family family route. They were that Ron Forrest. I can't wrap my head around a marathon in that amount of time. I know I can't do it. It's it's just I such a commitment to marathon period if I were to if I were to try one I'd have to run walk which which is a plan that a lot of people do I could. I could run walk one. I'd have to train for it but I could run. I mean I love walking I could run walk one now. It's going to take me two and a half days two and a half hours. No it wouldn't take it two days. How long do you think it would take you twenty six months uh-huh just based on. Okay Twenty six miles just walking twenty six miles. No you'd have to run a little bit. I think Ron a little bit. You know. Seven eight hundred seven or eight hours a US about fair. I think it's a pretty good guess. That's I don't think I'm setting my bar too high. You were thinking here's how you differ. You're thinking how many hours would it take for me to finish it. I was thinking what custom would like to win. I don't want to be forrest. Gump what I like to be a Mountie. Those boots seem a little uncomfortable. Opt for twenty six miles a lot. Maybe if I had special boots or something like that. I don't know what I would want to be dressed as a character. A lot of a lot of Brunner's you'll see Yoda's you see all different types of Able dresses skirts so much. Admiration for people that train and do that and you know you can do. Along with the Leukemia Lymphoma Society. You can do their team in training program and they tell you oh no we. Can you will complete a marathon with team in training and I I do. I believe you I do believe you except I don't think I could complete a marathon here now with any amount of training and don't think I have it in me and then I don't want to I think it'd be punishing punishing on the limbs. I Don I have absolutely no interest and I used to. They used to be with the a person who that was her thing. Running five ks and occasionally marathons. I used to run. The most I ever managed was a ten K.. And it took me roughly six six hours to complete like. I'm not a fast runner. I just I'm not my body's not built for it when I was with marathon woman. A A thanksgiving thing. They called the Turkeytrot. I think it was a five K.. So she and all are running buddies get out there and I went and They thought I was just GonNa go. Go get him Turkey trotters yea but Iran in the damn thing and they were faster than I was and I can remember They finished and then I don't know how much longer it took for me to come in but I did my running walk thing mostly Iran. You know I ran track and play school but when I came in it was like what am I gonNA finish. It should get this little boy. Look at this. He did on over here. What squeeze your chick? I ran track in high school not because I was good at it but because it seemed seemed like an excellent way to keep in shape so ranch and I my specialty. The what's the shortest. It's not one hundred yard dash anymore metric now but that because I could go really fast for a hot and I laid and gasp on the ground so long long distance no distance running at all And my greatest accomplishment was being able eventually to Run and jump the hurdles else. I never one race or placed but I also didn't hurt myself and that was my go. Can I because I go. I don't have Avak long legs at all. It's like watching a pug run hurdles I got I learned how to get up over the hurdle. Oh you jumped over the hurdles. Ertl's oh I thought you were just running like crazy now. I can do this short. I could do the short sprint. Run came in third one time meet. That was my glorious flow moment but I learned how to I wasn't a hurdle runner. We had really tall unbelievably fast. Leggy people who did that but I wanted to learn how to do it to see if I could and I. I learned how to get aren't you aren't you impressed with the pole. vaulters impressed with everything that but the pole vaulters. I mean that it seems almost impossible to go running. You gotTA stick that poll and the wrong place the air. It's gotTa Bend Right and it's got a flip you over and you gotta fly in land. I thought you know I'm GonNa give that shot. PUT A try. Because there's a lot of standing still involved in that and I felt really confident about my ability standstill. I like your ideas for choices site. I failed at that. I mean I just it just. I just didn't have any juice at all but I did it. I was on the track team every year because I wanted to access eh clothesline props and so my brother and I tried to pull vote with them. Didn't go well to pull volt brother made it over but you did nine my mother. Frank Paul's are all Ben. What's happened here my dagger? Aw Auroi's was that's the first. I've never heard of young men doing of you. I'm just so glad that they found out because the polls were bet. Yeah because you take enough grief in your family without getting your foot caught in a clothesline Sherri Sherri the more news. No I don't think I'm alone when I say I'm glad the holidays are over because the holidays sometimes who so stressful and they make us do stupid things. Thanks this happened. On December twenty sixth of last year. It's just hitting the news right now. Two brothers in Mound Ville Alabama. That's a name Mound Bill Alabama. Were or eating lunch the day after Christmas and got into an argument over desert apparently older brother cut pieces of cheesecake and the younger brother thought thought that his piece of cheesecake was way too small. They started arguing. And the older brother wound up punching his younger brother in the face and then grabbing the butcher's knife I used to cut the cheesecake. The younger brother said he felt threatened and so he called cops when the cops got there. The younger brothers said to the officers. There's you think this piece of cheesecake is big enough for grown ass man now here. You are an officer of the law. You risk your life. Who knows what else is going on out there? And you are being asked to assess the size of a brothers cheesecake. He's cake The older brother was arrested or third degree violence and harass a twenty seven year old guy from Elizabeth city North Carolina named Bradley partisan was in the news back in two thousand fourteen when he won a donut eating contest put on by the local place. He downed eight crispy creams in two minutes and he dominated the field but then got arrested when cops realized he was wanted for three different burglaries. Got Out of three years. Suspended sentence for it which ended this past October now. He's back in the news again. Yes what he robbed. A donut shop broke into a Dunkin donuts and Elizabeth City and the just charged import a Thursday. This guy his whole life is donate Stolnis for for better or for worse consistent. You know his brand that's his. That's his brand. What we're going to talk about that later today? Let's do that. Let's calls was on that today. All right that's his brand are. Let's go to Belfast Maine. Now where twenty. Seven year old. Brian fog was being pulled by the police. Brian knew he was drunk. He knew that they were going to make him do a roadside sobriety and check his blood alcohol level so what he did to avoid that sobriety eighty tests. He punched himself in the face. Not once not twice but three times. He punched himself till he was delighted this purpose to avoid the roadside sobriety tasks he punched himself till he was bloody. And when you text the word Moron more on two eight eight eight two six to seven four three seven. We'll send you his bloody face mugshot. What was his? What was his concept? Though like he wasn't drunk he was he was beaten by someone and therefore he drunk he was that he was that if himself up the police would focus focus on that and police did tend to his injuries instead of giving him the sobriety tests but then they charged him anyway operating under the influence and falsifying physical evidence and criminal mischief. And when you get a look at this guy and his mugshot. He's got a mouth full of blood from punching his own damn self. But he's got this looking as I and and here's what that looks says the album Brian. And that's his last name. Who is not I n two GS Ryan Fi? You know the Little Coffee Mug that I bring in some of the lighthouse little. That's I got that in Belfast. Yeah you'll think about all arbor got time for one more. This guy in Florida was so drunk that he mistook a bank of America. Dr Lane for a Taco Bell pulled into the drive live through and ask the teller for a Burrito. No he did not but that was only after he fell asleep in the drive thru line at the bank and they had to bang on his window to wake him up when he woke up. He's like I need a Burrito and they're like sir. Your Bank of America. Police arrested him and they said during questioning he made many statements. That quote differed from reality. which is the politest thing I've ever I seen in a police report? Actually translate to his out of this. Amar technical term his mugshot. Into what the heck text. The word Moron eight a two six two seven four three seven. Hey it's Sherry from the Bob and Sheri Show I thank you so much for listening to our podcast. We really appreciate you. You're the reason that we do it. And the reason that we're able to keep doing it and I just want to. I mentioned that if you hear political advertising of any kind any campaign any race any party adjacent to any bob and Sheri Show podcast. Please know that we did not approve that advertising we did not accept that advertising we are not compensated for it in fact we have asked every streaming platform there is to exclude our programs from all political messaging. Why because political messaging makes people furious? And we're trying wrong really hard to have the Bob and Sheri show be a politics free island so please know if you hear it. You're hearing it at our protests. We don't want it there. We're trying trying to have it removed. Thank you so much for your patience. Let's get back to the show and stuff you won't hear on the show the Bob and Sheri cast on the Bob and Sheri APP. I get it now in store or Google play. I have to Text messages that I found online. That explain marriage and one I think is relatable to women more than men in the other one men more than women. Okay okay. Here's the first one. This is from a guy named James Break. Well he says I'm never more nervous than when I insist were out of something and my wife goes to look forward herself health. I know exactly what you mean. James Blackwell break well because I will say something like Merrill say could you bring me some Some juice I really would like to have some juice with breakfast and I'll say I think we're out and I'm looking in the refrigerator and then I hear that share move back and I get so nervous because I can't to the Jews. I can't believe you're doing this. Let me tell you what happened today. So so every day Kev wakes up early and makes me to eggs and some French press coffee. That's that's our morning routine and he has he's a creature of habit he has. Is this one skillet. It's his favorite. It's a tiny skillet just big enough for two eggs and he loves it and this one SPATULA which I would dearly like to throw away because it it has a piece missing out of the tip but that's his favorite spatula and so these are the two things that he makes my eggs with so today I come out to the kitchen and I sit down. I'm at the island and the Cook top is on the island so I'm sitting down. I'm facing him. He's at the cook top and he's standing there and he's staring down at the eggs and he says woman you know how I feel about about my favorite pan. Why throw away my favorite Pan and not even tell me and I said I didn't throw the panel way to throw a panel? One Way and he he goes. I've looked everywhere. And you got rid of my favorite pan and behind. Him is the sink destroyer. We're his favourite pan is prominently leaf parked so I had the great satisfaction of saying Tome. I didn't get rid of your favorite pan. He goes. Yeah where is it. And I said it's right behind you. And he turns around and he looks at it and he goes well. When did you put it there? I I like the flash W I left my seat just now and put it there. That is what it's only connect. Can I tell you what was that. Can I tell you what was in his head as much as he liked that pan. He wished that pan would never be seen again advocated vaporized. Yeah because maybe he couldn't pin it on you but at least nothing would be pinned on him. Because that's what we do is husband's it was right in fact over his shoulder. I could see its head sticking cheekily up. It was right behind the item. Mary will nail my but on that stuff all the time. Do you know what I have to do. Now they're T- things in my house that I have to hide peanut butter in salsa. And here's why if there's a jar of salsa in the house they will open it. Consume one spoonful. Put it in the refrigerator than the next time. They want salsa. They'll go up in a brand new ajar and repeat until there are three or four jars of salsa and so now when I go down how old any plus. It's not a huge refrigerator. Now when I go to COSCO I hide the peanut butter and salt. If anything happens to me and people start going yeah she got kind of weird there. There were two jars of Jif in the drier. That's there's a reason for not losing my mind. Okay everybody look at me are fighting thing. It says you've been married Awhile -cause I would bring home like dark chocolate because I'm reading. You should have some dark chocolate like it's medicine like it's medicine all right so I'd put it somewhere and she would find the dark chocolate and eat it and I would go to my dark chocolate place I would say. Where's my dark chocolate? I'd say take out loud and I hear laughter in the other room so I've had to find hiding places except I forgot that I put it in a hiding place this until the other day when I went to this cabinet for some other reason and the dark chocolate has been there for a month by. Now it's good Kevin Legs Bosco Chocolate Syrup perp which. I'm sure you're going because it was nine. I didn't even know Bosco. First of all I'd never had Bosco Chocolate Syrup and I didn't know it still exist it but it does listen. I found it on Amazon and ordered him. It came in like a six pack bottles of Bosco Chocolate Syrup. Well let me had never seen Bosco but you best believe they were chugging getting it like it was I bet they were two weeks ago. I go into the bathroom and I opened the cabinet and rummaging around in the back for the the bathroom cleaner spray and I land my hand on something I pull it out. It's Bosco Chocolate Syrup own. Not his hidden in the bathroom clorox so host awesome so I say I found your boss Go. You didn't find my boss but I did find your boss. I could tell you where it is because it's in my head right now. Loosening loosening your boss Go. I've found your Bosco. And he goes. Oh I forgot I hit it there so happens to us. We look like too crazy food hoarder and that brings me to the other text message that I would like to read. This is the one that women will identify with this is from Lindsay Silver uh-huh and it says this in case you're wondering what marriage is like my husband and I just fought over the fact that he wouldn't tell me where he hid the candy. I I asked him to hide from me there. You go there you go. I can't find my engagement ring and I am ninety. Eight percents shirk have does is where it is. What did I ask him? Why would he hide that? I can't ask him where my gauge ring is because you're carelessly misplace. A place carelessly misplaced it. And he's not telling me and sooner or later we're GONNA have to get like you're going to have to get real progressive involved to file a Salima homeowners. But we're in this. We're in this stalemate of hiding peanut butter and Bosco. And he's married from other. Hey June brides case issue one case. You're wondering what bearish is all about. Thank you Pottery Barn. That's not how it's going to hiding boss. Go in the bathroom. which is a weird place for chocolate syrup? It's Bob and Sheri facebook. Twitter smartphone APPS BOTHER SHERRY DOT com. I kind of an interesting experience We were altogether. My whole family was together for a wedding and I went out to lunch. Launched with my mom and a living CARA MIA and my younger brother's ex wife and her two kids drew in Evan. And my my late stepfather's granddaughter Lisa So who came from Utah for the wedding. So we're all it's quite a collection together. Yeah and it was great to see you know that was my mom getting to be with a bunch of grandchildren in all at once. It doesn't happen very often. 'cause she lives so far away and of course. If you're a long-time listener in the show you know that like my. I didn't see my mom. I'm from the time I was twelve till at the time I was twenty eight. My parents have really violent marriage and a terrible divorce and I went to live with my grandmother and I just didn't see my mom and there was a chance I would never have seen her again. I think if I didn't go looking for her in adulthood so there's a big chunk of my life where there's it just like a a gap of memories and things that I don't know because when you're twelve you're you're kind of old but you're still a kid and anything that happened up to age. Twelve is sort of misty writings. That makes sense a lot of times. So we're sitting at this really cute little restaurant and we're having lunch everybody's telling stories stories and we're just laughing and laughing laughing my mom proceeds to tell a story that I'd never heard before and don't remember and it was my little. Oh brother was born. He was an RH factor baby and he ended up. He had to have a full blood transfusion he was in the hospital for six months in an incubator. It was a mess. We were lucky that he survived right so he he gets home and he speech delayed and he has some issues. He has a terrible terrible problem. Talking and making himself understood stood and the family. We could understand him. My older brother especially could translate for him but other kids were really cruel because my my little brother was maybe eighty five before he really started talking and we lived in a neighborhood with a lot of kids are H.. So here's the story. My mom tells We're all outside playing in the a yard and the neighborhood kids. Everybody's altogether and the age ranges go from five to like fifteen. All the kids in this neighborhood are playing together and playing jailbreak. Oh break or whatever and this one kid starts making fun of the way my little brother talks and he's pointing to when he's going Deacon Lay Dinky. Leyla you can't talk and he's calling him really insulting names and insulting his intelligence and my little brother his little is now starting to cry and he gets really scared and my mom comes outside to intervene and I come barreling from out of nowhere. Now if my little brothers five I'm seven I come imperilling out of nowhere. The row myself on top of this kid and begin beating the living crap out of kidding. I'm Paul Does the kid they K- was probably eleven. Kevin I am punching this kid and I have this kid down on the ground. And I'm like like Boo Boo punching the hell out of his face screaming at him about picking on my baby brother other and they pulled me off of them. Now is the last time anybody picked on my little brother in that neighborhood so your mother was telling this story and you had no record. I don't remember it and my daughter says that's that's pretty dramatic. My daughters were like. That's right my mom's always careers and I'm flashing forward to some of the other altercations. I've back and I'm realizing pride there. Well I'm just realizing that I'm on on the one hand. Look at me defending my brother. Seven years old on the other hand. I'm really glad I made the choice. I made to try to get the billy on out of my bad self MHM because I looked terrible. Orange it just makes me. That is interesting that you did not really recruit that because that's a very startling moment. Yeah my childhood was so filled with violence and starbucks can't keep all of them. That's wild you hear a story like that Yeah I don't remember that but little tiny Glad I broke that habit sharing it here on this show Bob and Sheri cast on the Bob and Cherry. Everybody who listens to this show knows that my father had a lobster Mr Restaurant and I love lobster so one of our listeners. Sent me a clip of Jim Gaffe again. Who is one of the funniest people on the planet? And he's talking about lobster because all of New England. You guys love your seafood and it's just disgusting blocks vacationing on Cape Cod. Because I'm white and this seafood restaurant. This guy came to our table. Wasn't even our way to rekindle cutting up. The boss Lobster is the reason why I was like. I thought I'd order what I want. I wasn't really in the mood for bug me joining us right now. Is Jim GATT the game. He is the author of food. A love story. Good Morning Jim. Good morning for having the funniest thing about that stand up doing was the fact that you're looking at all people from Massachusetts doing that. That horrible New England accent it it just Absent coming from their crack me up our thanks you know. I mean people in Boston and New England they totally have a sense of humor about the whole thing. And you know it's you know. Even though like New England is has provincial pry. You know they're they understand. Not everyone is going to love Swab. Stir as much as you know. Everyone should yeah. Well I was really glad when you come out with this book because some of your philosophies on food have made me laugh till I cried in your position on cake is one of my favorite things ever about an maybe share with Bob a little bit. Why we're so hypocritical about cake? And when he can be eaten Jim. There's just something about I feel like we're always trying to find ways to eat cake so you in the morning. It's like you can't have cake for breakfast but you can't have Unless it's a pancake you're GONNA have. You're not gonNA have cake for breakfast. You'RE GONNA have have fried cake covered in sugar. You know you know or a Muffin is just a bald cupcake. No difference and then there's those many offense which are Kinda like muffin vitamins. Kinda silly Burger King. Yeah well you you know. It's Burger King. I travel so much and I'm always in airports and I'm always you know And Burger King. I'm sure that there are people that love Burke but to me. It almost seems like they're trying to do things worse than McDonald's and they're just making products and so you know like there's serving Tater tots for breakfast. It's like come on Burger and they have those weird apple fries. Yeah it's just it's just you know they're just bored. It's like we had a bag of apples laying around and some leftover onion ring Greece. Let's see what we can put together with with that. But you you sit. You said somewhere along the way though you'll drive by Burger King at a certain time and you'll feel like an attraction. Yeah I know I know my whole thing was all these fast food places is that you know. There's you know they're they the appeal to the child and US rank these primary colors. It's just convenient. You know particularly with McDonald's you know you you know there's a consistency there. You know what it's GonNa be. It's like you know how much it's going to cost. You even know how bad you're going to feel afterwards so it's there's an appeal to that whereas you know if you you haven't been to a restaurant and you don't know Tim have you always been 'cause when I when I'm looking when I was reading your book food. A love story. Our guest is the Common Tim Gaffe again. It's not just that you've thought casually about food it's like you've thought about nothing else but food since you were off to talk. Has It always been kind of this way for you. You don't think my entire life was completely food obsessed but I think that when I started writing stand up over twenty years ago I was always searching for topics that were were somewhat universal and then I really kind of delve into NFL. Like food was something where I could just go on a tear and I wouldn't have to worry about introducing the topic of hot pockets. People would know what it was and I could just have a point of view. What kind of follow that? Point of view through that is such a relief for me to hear. Because I'M NOT GONNA lie. I had this mental picture of you as this sad faced big little boy. Oy tough skin pants hoping that the cafeteria lunch lady would put an extra scoop of Mac and cheese on stray. I definitely will you know. I'm the youngest of six kids. So food was You eight or you didn't get food so it was a food was a priority but I was not I mean. I don't come from a family. That was incredibly food obsessed but Eating was something that was considered You Know Fun and rewarding but I think it's just it's ripe topic for stand up and and you know you can have a strong position and that really really alienate people like even if you go off on you know clams oysters which I consider snapshots in Iraq people that love cloisters are GonNa be offended. No that's that's true. Yeah that's very true. Well listen to new book is wonderful. It's so funny if you love food and if you love to laugh if this is the book for You Food A love story by our guest comedian Jim Gaffe again and always pleasure. Having on the show. Take Care Guys Sherry and stuff. You won't hear on on the show the Bob and Sheri odd cast on the Bob and Sheri App get it now in. It store or Google play. Aaron Cox one of our listeners. She must listen on the podcast and yesterday she sent me the year in Bob and Sheri and when I read this I was laughing out loud. Listen to I'm just going to run through through January guy will never smoke weed again. smug Jerry Sleeping with pit bulls. The Guy who stayed with his great aunt whoever with all the suspicious mothballs under her trailer in February chose about love special love related to sway. Serology grandma happened. Bob Asked why is Kim Kardashian. There and Sherry sticks up for her for some reason. Aw March Bob Invents a bit. That never sees the light of day. What was it? She hasn't shows they say April working. The land may mom related chat room about when mothers losing end of May was memorial day equal summer. Jews pain for your funeral. Good Morning Gene Brides July end of July July fifth is the end of something. That's true August. Everyone goes on vacation. Todd watches kids play baseball. Max's mom calls him fat and feeds them more Sherry. Has some sort of cat related. Hijinks Bob goes to me September. Most dangerous jobs October. Where's the son Bob gets to play the Monster Mash November? Talking Turkey with Mr T.. I said where's the time December Max's voice is military commissaries everywhere. How much does the twelve served? As Christmas. Costs heartwarming stories. Dominic Italian crispus stone. Wow that was a whole year. Rookus things down. She just kept joe about their favorite was march. Bobby Benson never. He's the light of day. Don't we have a graveyard hard on around here somewhere too. Because I had so much space on the hard drive I had to get rid of all the Intros of bits Bob. Come up with Bob's big quiz. Bob's be in question as to why they all tell you why because you don't embrace as soon as as soon as I start it doing them. Everyone leaves here's something new and everyone leaves the room mentally. And I'm there alone on the island of Bob and let me tell you what he does he says can you. Can you come up with some sort of intro for this bit Nago. Sure come up with an inter- I'll I'll do it. Yeah sure and then he says you're not supporting me. I'm like what what didn't I we. We Love Bob's high whore. I feel I feel just check out ever want to bring back memories need you want. Bob Had the title change like six times and we did. It was wall with Bob's big question. Here's here's Bob's big finger. That's going to be used again. You want something you want to see again there you go. It's funny is is. Sometimes when Bob Says Hagan idealist put this together maximum. I take net on the side. See how long. It's that's why she's the side bit. That's why you don't embrace it. Vocally man wants to try and grow. That's fine a man wants to try to remember. Remember the that it's something so they'll do it again once again. Here's Bob's big finger. That's a bit that would be a great big finger like fingers latest public again about experience at getting bombs. Bob macey Baggy Max anytime you blow a gasket and public. This'll be a bit. That's weekly weekly if not more than once a week. It's kind of like Bob's high horse. Though I mean there's nothing worse is when you complain about some big picture issues to look down on people like people don't wear nice clothes on airplanes. Bob's big finger is when the bank is talking to you in Chinese. So that's not on the high horse. No the high horse is more like when you're we're all living a casual lifestyle. That's Bob side worse. Bob's big fingers. When you can't get the window world down to flip somebody off that spot? Is that a good thing to do i. Have you know relatives children listening. Oh time kids to listen to Bob's big finger bob whether or not audited. Good thing to do. Has It ever stopped you. Have you ever watched while you're struggling. Get your hand out the window ask yourself. This is a good thing to do. You know we have the sexy socks but we're running out of those. We could give those foam fingers away a phone call if we could get foam fingers Matt busby finger. Who would like to have that? And then people you know when you're having a frustrating day give the World Bob's big finger you can keep it in your car and just hold it up. Yeah that'd be next week. Nice to do taught Bob's big finger at least legacy for you to be associated with that's right it's Bob and Sheri stuff you won't hear on the show the Bob and Sherry podcast on the Bob and Sheri. Bob Joins US right now and she says I am crazy. Paolo pronouncing your your name right now. But nobody does it. It's Pala Pala. Yeah yeah that's right over here. We get it Paola. You are Palo Pow Powell. All right so touch. Says you're just completely nuts nuts but you know different oftentimes has a very Jealous Heart and it was very quiet until yesterday something happened. What was it with a waitress interest? We started if you're just joining us talking about a waitress that gut instead of a tip a note from the woman who is under honeymoons saying stay away from my husband recall any radio show. This is my first. Hi College Story. You freeze that so poetically that you said inside of me is a very jealous heart and yesterday it awakened weekend. Oh I love. Yeah so what what happened. What was the situation? Well yesterday for the Veterans Day. My husband is a former marine me and him and his buddy decided to enjoy the free meal that some of the restaurants offering for the military so I said well go out with your friends. You Know Oh how fun some guys time. So he went. He got his free meal and when he came back. I asked him kind of joke link. Did someone flirt with if you say well actually we were having dinner and just waitress keeps passing by our table in kids tearing me. I was very uncomfortable bowl and then she came and said all start. I can start looking at your eyes through so beautiful like come on the snare and has a massive ring on his finger. Anger and his friend is single good-looking and young and she was playing with my husband. Come on up. What happened next? Well they laugh. Nothing happens and when my husband told me I just want to go back. There is no restaurants cut her head off and put in the restaurant and show her picture. Thank you have the Moss. I'm going to have to well. That's a concern. Yeah I'll tell you what country originally unle from Italy Brazil Brazil really hot blood your cutter head off and put it in the restaurant and caller employee of the month launch. Attracted to you right now. I can't begin to tell you I listen to your show every morning. I love it the house hitting us. I can tell you that right now. What did your husband say how you felt about this woman flirting with him? He said I. Ah The more about it very uncomfortable. Nothing happened she was just made me uncomfortable. Like I am uncomfortable. I WANNA go back there. So are you now. Tell me you're not gonNa go to that restaurant have a confrontation with heart. Don't to classic tour you know. I'm jealous than not back. Have you ever have you ever been in a fight with another woman. Well Do. I really need to share. Well answer's Yes. Yes yes yes a man. Yes my husband will back. Then we've been married for six years happily married and I just think it's absurd one woman. Yes a guy that she knows married. Okay well let's let's get to that Where you got got into a fight with this? What does what does this woman do to deserve that? And she still had her head up. We were Celebrate Saint in Patrick's Day in when we used to live in Alexandria Virginia and we were this Irish pub. This woman keeps talking to my husband and like I was behind him. I know I'm a short girl. And he's a guy I was there like. Can you please excuse me. He's my husband. Can you just leave off MHM So she said she didn't feel like I assure you didn't see hours right here. So my husband tried to separate. He doesn't stop avoiding all the confrontation but when they were both alive you know what it took a US Marine demere. You didn't in a regular a regular civilian guy could not handle this kind of heat so so your husband stopped you from actually hitting her something like that right not but You know well. He's a nice guy he was just trying to be polite. But there's a fine line being polite and saying that's I'm hitting on you kidding back. That's very very true. Well he's very lucky and you know what I think If you're honest it probably really see smile on his face that you are so protective in this little tiny beautiful woman is so ferocious on his behalf. That's exactly right. It's just you can never you have hot Brazilian blood as you said and quite an imagination generation and you can never let those two things take over or you're going to end up in an orange jumpsuit. which with your coloring you could completely rock? But you're going to end up doing time and it's not worth it. Your man is faithful to you. Yes he is and I have to keep it down because they could take me back anytime. So Yeah Yeah Yeah You oh you know what let's let's put palace jealous heart back to sleep now let's let let it. Let's get it back to sleep. Elite loves you he is. US Marine faithful and folks. If you work in a restaurant in Paola. That is a very unusual name. Comes in You see her husband and don't lose your head over him. Don't Miss Your head over. Thank you for dairy in eighty eight B. S. H. E. R.. I eight eight to six to seven four three seven while we did ask her breezy easy jealous and comes not just regular jealous. Borderline Dallas full-on Psycho Jones. It's Bobbin Sherry here on this show Bob and Sheri podcast on the Bob and Sheri APP. Todd says the call is going to join us and she's the caller we we want. She's what we're looking for a high Nicole I we're talking about Pinks new song about fighting and fighting dirty. Sometimes you a dirty fighter. Yes that's that's kind of like my team song. I think I think it's all about passion. It's not it's not really to be mean. I think it's just you do everything passionately you fight passionately. You love nationally and sometimes you're just you just arrange nearly need now the guy say that sometimes this is nothing more than a ramp up for sex x which you say that's true sometimes. Yeah how can you be turned on when somebody is just calling you every name in the book. It's not really. It's not really calling calling each other names. It's just I don't really I call people names when I'm angry at him but when it's a ramp up it's not really. It's not like like that but like when I'm when I'm really really angry I can really cut to the bone and then I you know and then I'm I'm expecting to get cut back. Let's let's talk about the two different firstly about the ramp up like what you can't always get accurate but you know what what's going on verbally with the ramp up. You're not hugging each other. You're not hurting. You're not hurting each other emotionally. No I don't I can't you have to be in the the moment I guess you're just yelling and screaming and yelling and screaming and maybe throwing a few coffee cups or something. It's just you've you've got so much. Commotion Built Up Yours. You're just finding a way to release it. He's done something though an inheritance you so a cup is flying sometimes sometimes yeah. I don't get the throwing stuff. 'cause like Yes to clean it up and then buy a new one. That seems like a lot of troubling something even like Linda Coffee Cup. That's why doors were made for slamming the Ron hinges. You didn't you know you can open again so it's just like irritates you about something and you just you got an edge to you handle that you have an edge to can you end up in bed. Basically it's great Absolutely okay so now tell us about the other kind of fight where it's not a ramp up and you're just angry. It's awful. It's it's it's awful. My friends tell me I can cash right a man from a mile away just with my words. Wow what. What's the jugular? You go for Nicole. I don't think that's the jugular hood. They're they're they're just they're Manley Hood you just find on somebody's weakness and you exploit that to the teams degrees in example and keep in mind you're on the air as an example the man the manliness cleanest thing The the way they the ways that they can support themselves or their family The way they are in bed yes yeah whatever they find is there is their strong point. You just take that and you can and you absolutely disintegrate it. Does it feel you good in the moment to find someone's weakest most vulnerable spot and stab them. They're absolutely yeah and I'm not I mean I'm not proud of it but if you're going I I'll hurt you before you hurt me scare. You know Nicole Nicole. You're hurry broad would say we've only got like one thing in common that I'm aware of like I am so I'm like like like nervous just having this conversation. This makes me so uncomfortable so Nicole. You'll say something along the lines. I'm just making this up If you really want to hurt him like I make more money than you. And you've got small one on top of it. I mean how are you. How can something like that? That's perfect. That's perfect a house that getting to the root of the argument. Though it's it's it's not it's not you will you pull out anything and everything besides what you're arguing about. But how do you ever resolve anything you if you don't you don't and and how long does it take. How long does it take? A man to get over. Being told told that he's allows you provider and has a winky little alone. Does that beat it. Well the ones that were dumb enough to stay around. It took a little bit pull. You don't even respect these guys for hanging with you. Are you married now. Call it coming your way. It's Sherry Salute in that Pink Song smarten staff you here on this show Bob and Sheri hot cast on the Bobbin. I'm Cheri half. I've made a decision. I'm going to change how I feel are you. Can I speak about my my feelings from the book. Ah Your I am no longer going to be as the style. GIC as I have been in the past. Because I don't think it's that you know just thinking revering the past loving the past Blah Blah Blah. I don't think it's all that healthy I want to try to live more in the moment. I always get more nostalgic like in in the summertime because I go back to being eleven years old and there is a period just before our family fell on hard times where I was was always carefree. I was like bike and old lyme Connecticut. The beach was there looking at long island sound. I mean having going to the movies and it was when I go to that town with my friend Jeff. We drive through it. He says you realize what you do and you drive through the town I said what are you talking about his you like zone out. It's like you just go to another place. You don't even hear what I'm talking about and I didn't know that I was doing that and that's not it's not a good thing to do and I I would take Mary. Are you back there every year and this is where I rode my bike and all this and that I got. I gotTa stop doing that so I was attracted to this article about the most nostalgic states. It's in the United States and it it's kind of Baloney because it's based on the following. FACEBOOK interest in classic cars antiques six vintage clothing vinyl records and Jello for some reason so obviously the gentle thing is probably when you were pretty nostalgia right anyway based on that to ten most nostalgic states are California Utah Alabama Louisiana Tennessee Idaho Oklahoma West Virginia Kentucky Kentucky and Georgia and the least. The stout nostalgic states are Minnesota Wisconsin Nebraska Maryland Illinois Michigan South Dakota Texas Texas Massachusetts and New Mexico and none of those states really relate to one another at all except for this illness for the past on his for over the past which I think really did play into the last election. People really would like to go back and have their life not all people but some people have their life the way it was when they were eleven years old or the way they imagined it. Was You know where you could get it right out of high school and get an amazing acing job at an assembly factory and work your way up and buy a house and maybe even swimming pool I go. It's been gone for a long time. I go out to little cranberry island In the summer some time and I'll take the mail boat out there. It's about three miles off the coast of Bar Harbor and I get off sometimes by myself and I walk. There are almost no cars on that island. I walked down these two little roads until they have is two roads roads to get to a stone beach in along the way you walk by a lobster fisherman south a hello Dave Thomas and you hear somebody cutting their lawn with a push lawn mower. I mean no motor and there's no cars sounding no car sound anywhere you just hear somebody mowing his is lawn with a push lawn more and it's like your urine museum. The Museum of Nineteen fifty five or nineteen sixty the way it was west back. Then you say there's nowhere else that I go where it's this quiet and slow and simple and kids on bikes and running free and dogs running free. It's an island with no cars like they say it's not reality. You'll see memes on facebook that go you remember when Mom Cook Dinner. Kids played outside in the neighborhood. And if you were Sassy you gotta beating like if you agree okay. Yeah Listen I would love for my kids. I'd love to be home everyday cooking dinner while my kids played in the neighbor. I'm not gonna eat them but other stuff sounds really good. It's just just the hard to make a go of it without paychecks in this country. There's no backing up. There isn't much folks would like to as much as I would like to. I mean it's for me. It's a lovely experience but I know the experience has got to end because I'm looking at a museum. Basically it's it's Kinda hard to ask people to roll it. That how far back to specially when you need every nickel you make to stick by Bob and Sheri and stuff. You won't hear on the show the Bob and Sheri on cast on the Bob and Cherry APP get it now in store or Google play all right mark come on in here Marcus. Three daughters one's named crystal ones named named Denver One's named Brandy. You've been listening to this mark. What do you think? And let's hear about your daughters. My daughters are typical of crystal November and brandies apparently give us an example of what it was like raising God man. We don't have enough time what it was like title chaos. The craziest thing ever done by one of them. Which one was it? Oh well I don't know how you pan down. Just now. They're on their twenties Wani's now right in their twenty twenty one and then you have been arrested Yes all been arrested Yeah let's say I think two of them when one's been arrested one's been detained and the other one. I'm not sure about how many are married once married. How many boys have gone through your house? boyfriends wins with these girls. Now I'm GonNa tell you guys were really terrified of me so I didn't see many of them and But several have have yeah. There's there's being guys and they're all thugs they're like little bug magnets daughters. Yeah they were all oh beautiful girls but they got him. I you know just low-life which of the three crystal amber or brandy was the wildest. Oh God that would be really hard to say. Amber amber amber would be really close ambush just a free spirit. We knew amber wouldn't wouldn't stay around one what she got out of school and true to our word I think you know free spirit. Free Spirit is father. Speak for sticks top brawls brawls and and not only that all their friends know who amber is and it's father speak for Y'all know what I'm talking about showed ask no more questions. That's that's that's about the term Martin. Would you be like our earlier. Caller Susan would you describe your daughters as good hearted party girls. Yeah they're the kids. The baby's one the most spiritual godly people. You'll ever meet. You can basically quote you the Bible Brandy. No that's amber amber amber amber twenty one Which one is married Brandy Randy's Mary. She's sort of settle it'll down. She's married a guy that I really think a lot of. I'm mark which of the three girls crystal Amber Brandy has racked up the most debt. The most debt crystal No Brandy Brandy goes through the most money I would say when yeah I think so which one ran away Brandy really ran away. Seventeen world crystal ran away to about seventeen. Which Randy Brandy? You never came back once you ran away. which would be your girls has a tattoo Say All three the which which one got it first. which has the oldest one got her I naturally because she was able to what she ran away she was able to get eh the other two? You know they were too young they they would have amber would have gotten the first one she would have got one which was about six. They have a child like this marks on it there. How many of the three girls did you catch sneaking out in the middle of the night? I'll three. How many of them stole your car while sneaking out No they all leave my car but they all had cars of their own but usually they would sneak out that slip out and go make guys so this three mark now. They've all because the baby baby brandy. There's twenty one. They've all graduated high school of the three. Which one did you most expect to make you a GRANDPA before before high school graduation? Oh well you know. And that's a miracle. None of them. Ah Applause. which which one did you have tagged as the one that was going to give you your first grandbaby before she got out of high school? I'm going to have to say crystal probably because she had a steady boyfriend got all through school and me and that Guy Sorta went in and out And now that now that he's out of the picture I really like him more than most of the guys just every day But I really kind of figured she would not make it through through hassle which has been senior frogs None of them. None of them really know what they could have slipped down there and I'm not don about it Because they've done it. You know I've I've been told that I don't know that any of them have ever been a stripper. I have then told. I don't need to visit certain clubs really that I felt like that was writing on the wall. So you would have had heeded the warning. It'd be funny if they were all strippers and crystal called herself brandy and amber and crystal it really. Not they ask for too much money steal they still ask you are you are or a great dad mark you really are you and your wife still together. Their mother I am not with their mother. I don't know I for some reason that figured she after hearing the show no I figured she should have been a heather of tiffany. But she wasn't they they really They they took after their mom. Okay enough said Walker a great dad. I got a couple full of emails. One said you guys are missing out on stacy with an eye. She's pure trouble. And maybe that was mark's ex wife's name on couple. We could couple Stacey Safety in Mississippi on. Amy Is listening to us in Buck Sport Maine and she writes no joke. I graduated from high school with amber. Who ended up on judge? Judy that explains lanes at all. I think it's tough Jerry Beck. You'd all the Heather's adverse crystals brand is typically. Hey Sherry from the Bob and Sheri Show I thank you so much for listening listening to our podcast. We've really appreciate you. You're the reason that we do it. And the reason that we're able to keep doing it and I just want to mention that if you hear political advertising of any kind any campaign any race any party adjacent to any bob and Sheri Show podcast. Please know that we did not approve that advertising we did not accept that advertising. We're not compensated for it. In fact we have asked every streaming platform there is to exclude our programs. uh-huh from all political messaging why because political messaging makes people furious. And we're trying really hard to have the Bob and Sheri show be a politics free the island so please know if you hear it. You're hearing it at our protest. We don't want it there. Were trying to have it removed. Thank you so much for your patience. Let's let's get back to the show. Something find it at Bobbing Sarah Dot Com. No some people need to change and they need to change right now. Who who are these people? These are the peoples who are Jerks behind a wheel drivers. That's yeah that's only get get worse and there's there's one instance an I want to know if I'm the only person this happens to so the back of my neighborhood limit a very big neighborhood the back back in my neighborhood when you go out the back go right or you can go left right. If if there's a car coming from the left you gotta wait and there's a curve and so oh you can't really see the car until it comes around the curve. All right okay I wanna go left so you know I gotta get out there when I when I go right. I have a little bit more of room to play because you know I'm not fighting crossing in front of the car. I'm kind of leading the car. That's coming by my neighborhood. Okay do you get that. Yeah all right. I know where you're talking about addict right Sir. So the other day I'm about to get out on the road where the cars ours come around from the left over there and I see the car but I have enough time to get the car my car out there and you know gun at pretty good so that that car doesn't have to slow down. Well what happens sometimes is the car. That's coming around. The curve is not obeying the speed limit limit five miles per hour. Nobody goes down one to us that the car is going sixty so I go out there and I say oh. He's closing coming in hot. God and I got it as far as I can. But you know what he does this jerk. He puts on his high beams because he hates me so much that he wants me to know he hates me for making him slow down a little bit. He's speeding. I did nothing wrong. I got out there and I had enough fromm between the two cars. But because he's coming in like a rocket ship He starts closing in on me too much. And what does he do he lets me know. Oh that he's on to me and that I shouldn't have done that. I should have waited for him to go by in his rocket ship he puts on the high beams. It's so intimidating mitigated socks me about you is you. Never got into game of thrones because if ever man's brain and my right was wired for game of thrones it's the king of the north over here I I mean you you not agree that that is really terrible thing to do fool yes. It's so aggressive and dangerous and for what so you can get to the Dunkin donuts thirty seconds earlier. And that's what happens. We get up to the next light and he's next to me now and give them the look like. Hey we're at the same place jerk. We're at the same place. What do you think of that? It just seems like a lot of unnecessary stress. Let live I know. Slow down a little bit. Just let him go. Let him do what he's don't involve yourself with it. I know you have a sense of justice and you feel like it needs to be meted out but just let people go sometimes I I. I'm not challenging. Everybody has a gun in this country. I'M NOT GONNA go challenged him and his brother by the way is the guy when you're out on the interstate you're driving along and out. You're behind a U.. Haul now and so you want to go around the u-haul whether it's the guy doing about one hundred and ten to two miles back and you say well he's two miles back back. Even though he's doing one hundred ten I can still get beyond the so as soon and I've noticed this as soon as my turn signal comes on and I'm going to go to the passing lane. He goes to one hundred and fifty. He speeds up to lock me from passing the U-haul he know what I think. Here's one of your mistakes and this may be. You can't help. This is your man and you know Y'all I'll have your mono a mono stuff that you have to feel like you do When someone comes up behind me and the revenue engine and they WanNa let me know that they are so take off that? My Mom van actually merged onto the highway. Why don't I just go home? And and have more babies or whatever and they pull up alongside me at the late eight and I can feel them glaring at me. I don't give them the satisfaction. What do you do? I just want a straight ahead I will not. I will not let them I. I will not make eye contact. Because that's what they want. They WANNA make eye contact so that they can either Do an offensive gesture or say something offensive. Go just give me a hateful look And I know that they're dying inside to do it. I won't let them stay serene. I stay searching and that's the way ago and I keep listening to whatever I was listening to or keep talking man. I don't 'cause see when you look over at that Guy That's an that's an encounter between two hostile forces between two warring armies and if that person is good and nuts something really bad could happen I escalate. I used to live in suburban Washington. DC were driving is a blood sport up there and one time somebody cut me off and I raced up next to him in my Ford Escort. uh-huh and I flipped them off and blew the Horn and the horn stopped working. It broke the horn. Said this is the last time ever doing this. It was this is a sign from God. It was mine. You don't want the people that are crazy enough to come roaring up on you with with their high beams and they're super aggressive. They're crazy you got too close on me. Well I'm just trying to get around the U.. Haul you know why take offense. I just I don't change. There's always gonNA be somebody I know in that though. I don't make eye contact with them when the light turns green they go roaring off the line. And I'm like you go boy. You show a mom and a mini van. WHO's got under bigger? Set a horses under under the hood. That's so true. It must be so tight since Bob and Sheri facebook twitter smartphone APPS APPS DOT COM. I'm reading here about some new trendy foods and I'm going to run them by you and tell me which ones you think I would like like. Okay the first one I. I'm looking at it and it looks absolutely delicious. And it's kind of cliche right now. Everybody's had it except for me and I I am going to have it and it's avocado toast. Sulfide that why is. It's I love Avocados. how Ms Eating Avocado Slab of really great great crusty delicious bread? And you drizzle. It was some olive oil and some avocado. You can add other things so it's so good. What are the crunchy things on top of these avocado I would is that look like to you? That looks like they sprinkled sesame seeds on maybe sesame seeds so I would like that very much the next one is the charcoal soft serve. I don't know what the flavor is but the look it's black soft serve ice cream. I don't know because I can't eat ice cream so I don't know what would be the appeal all of that. I mean visually. It looks nasty. Bob That looks says look good. Look good to me at all Just the description is hot chicken. It's it's chicken. It's looks like fried chicken but it is coded Nash Songs New with Hot hot flavoring. What do you do it? They as they pull it out of the FRY fryer hotter than hell they plunge it into the bubbling hot sauce and then they rip it up again and the hot chicken can meeting the hot sauce. The hot sauce lacquers onto the fried chicken. You end up just getting this explosion. Unbelievably Delicious Fried Chicken. Possibly Hampton would love that that is a little over the top for me. You liked you make that do you make that. Don't I have my own likes in dislikes wrong. You would like no not wrong. You would like God notion. Now she knows more about my taste buds than I do about most things I have To admit on you would love it. You heard something you know what he'll do he'll go somewhere and he'll have hot. Chicken have forgotten this conversation. And he'll all come in here and he'll tell me how good it is and demand to know why I don't like it and act like he invented himself and then there's a possibility denied. I bet he said that he would like it. Can we move along the next. I see this everywhere even saw it on the side of a restaurant. How do you pronounce a cable? Poe Cable Ebel P. O. K. E.. You would like that too so what's is that. What is that fish? Fish and vegetables often raw tuna. So obviously it's Japanese right Hawaiian I it's okay. Thank the CREPE cake. These are different colored crepes on top of each other. They're piled on top off of each other and it looks like it's about a half a foot high. I'm not big on sweets cake. Don't Know Ju- do today Satan. No no no no. You are plenty big on sweets. You just don't like cake pie. I know you're plenty. Big On was less the last time you saw me Danny sweets just a couple of weeks ago when you were several in junior men's said it was the holidays somebody sent me. Ah Box with them. And by the way I shared the junior mints with everyone only after we pointed out that you weren't sharing at the time and you know what that doesn't make it right light over the holiday. Well you know what. I smoked a whole Boston but the other day. Why was that what was cold outside? Even what's really sad had this. There's word count. Ability pointed at this man than all of Washington going to table. You know what I'm going to do on this table. I'm going going to build a big beautiful wall and I'm GONNA. I'm GONNA see if the Mexicans will pay for that. I'm going to build it. I'm going to build it so I just see the top of your hair. The big beautiful. Why would you like to hear the next trendy food this I would so love? Detroit style pizza. You know what that is. It's pizza but the crust around the outside is burnt. Yeah so you would like Oh. I didn't know that they had a name for it. But I love Detroit style pizza and look at this. Here's Collie flowers steak. It's a big thing that you I for At tossed entice lex. It looks beautiful. What's the yellow stuff it turned it yellow? What do you think that was saffron? It actually solely kind of turns that Color Purple Yams have you ever had a purple Yam. Yes I have not had eating flowers. Komo thank you snicker doodle Hamas. The whole thing is weird for me. Yeah there's been Nella Hamas supposed to be going against what it's supposed to be you bob and Sheri at it now get got it now. I tuned store or Google play. I learned something so interesting and and Romantic I just have to share Certain Birds Songbirds in particular. Their brains are designed to help them find and mate for life. Yeah so listen to. This is so so cool so a finch a little finch Their brain is about as big as Like a chickpea rights you picture in that little teeny tiny brain and and They learn the songs of their father females too when they're in the nest but they don't perform they analyzed they. They learned the songs that their father sings. And then when it's time for them to find a mate if their own They listened to mail finch's singing and they analyze. I analyze every detail and they compare it to her the the father song so this little baby female fench has heard her father song. And and she compares every detail and she rejects mates until she finds one that she believes Most closely fits that song. Oh and that is the mate that will help raise those young babies until one of them or both of them. Die these this girl. isn't wonderful. finches are birds have their own own little song or if they have like finch songs no all birds have all song birds verts have their own league are often their own. Thank yeah We make woodpeckers don't they all it's Well we may not be able to distinguish the difference because we're not bird people were not burr. I think it's Burgers They looked into Different kinds because there are multiple varieties of inches and and they looked into all these different types of inches. The male finch the way his brain is designed. He recognizes the songs of other meals but he copies his father's and if he doesn't learn perfect memorize and perform his father's song within ninety days of being born being hatched. He'll never get it. He'll still saying but the song he sings will be a mess and he won't find a mate. Oh No that's sad. So you've got you've got at the female who learns her father song. And that's how that's how she chooses her main and you've got the male who learned his father's song and that's how he gets a mate eight and finches the female inches like really elaborate songs with lots of syllables. kind of like how human females tend to me more attracted to lyrics in some ways the music so wh- which what happens to the To the bird that is alone. He doesn't learn his father song he still. He's still sayings but he made no no female. It's not it's not a good song It's kind of like you didn't pay attention at home and so you end up alone and miserable And these are songbirds that mate for life and this is how they choose their mate and this is why they stay. You know who never got respect. When I I was a kid birdwatchers? They were always thought of as being weird oddball. oddballs they'd be pictured like in a movie or in a book as having these Spectacles round and they're wearing these big baggy Bermuda shorts with a walking unstick and binoculars and like a safari hat. They were always made fun of when I was a kid. Oh He's a bird watcher. That one over there and yet burgers orders. That's the word Some people. You would not expect. I read something on this the other day. Some of the people not expect to be Burgers Are Like Mick Jagger Mick Jagger is a burder you know. My husband is a bird guy. We have binoculars scattered all over our house and books about birds in identifying birds and so a living and I were in the kitchen talking and she said what is that is that a woodpecker and I look out. I don't want Kevin's like ten bird. feeders I'm not kidding I look out. And there's this red tufted headed big white woodpecker. They're wild looking packing at the bird feeder. So I take a zoom in on my phone and I take a picture and I texted to Kevin and I said we have a red headed woodpecker pecker and he replies back that is not a redhead. It would pecker those have Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah and. We've been remember other things going on that's such such woodpecker. But it was a woodpecker. It was a wooded acker we got. I mean it wasn't like it was a dock. We got that my we have a hummingbird feeder right in front of the kitchen window. And it's the damnedest thing it takes about one day to put that liquid in there and here they come here they come and if you if you can. They can't see me for some reason the reflection they can't see me so they don't fly away. It's amazing to watch them just hover. It's you said yourself. How does that creature do that? I don't you the next time. You're standing there watching the hummingbirds take a picture picture so that we can see okay. I will get doesn't my phone is not always with me. Then I come back in. The things already gone come visit so many interesting. Getting things happen at your house. And you documented. Why like the like the raccoon that got him a trash can the raccoon trash can the dog breaking in and eating all fitting Kiki's McKie's food and the three coke cans on top of the recycling bag? Because you couldn't put them in. I'm actually going to take a picture of that the next time. I'm going to take a picture. Also of the two coasters with Mary's cocaine instead she puts the next thing. I told her that the other day she she was driving and she was on the phone I said. Do you know what I'm looking at right. And she laughed. You should create. We'll we'll make a gallery of just respects if Bob Alright okay picks and that's a good thing to call it too by the way it shows here on this show Bob and Sheri hot cast on the Bob and Cherry. I wanted to speak to a specific part of our audience right now and that audience is either people who hate their jobs or someone who is married to someone who hates his or her job because I have four things that I found in the Huffington post on. How when you hate your job? Negative negative things can happen to your body L.. It's so bad for your mental and physical. It totally is. I never really thought about this. 'cause we're lucky enough to have jobs that we love But you know we there have been moments limits and in my career. Yeah it is lucky where I've hated I've loved the job that I hated a few people around me. Thank they're gone anyway Here's what happens if you just hate your job. It can cause headaches. The extra stress can make the muscles in your head neck and shoulders tighten up which can cause migraines and tension headaches. Thanks so I mean that sounds like an everyday thing and it sounds like I'll how could you know my hating. This actually caused me to physically feel pain. But evidently it can and if that's happening on a regular basis that is not good. It can mess with your mental health. Boy I'll say especially if you feel like you're not being treated fairly at work or appreciate it remember. I told you when there was a time when I just couldn't stand some of the people we were working with. I go for a walk and you would say your. Ib Out of my mind. And I go back to that same place. And even though they're gone it triggers up. That's what the mind can do It can mess with your sex life. Studies have shown that juggling personal stress and professional stress can lower a woman's sexual desire and too much stress also can lower testosterone on production in men which lowers your Lebedko. I can totally see that if you are just so ticked off by the time you walk through the door. Do you really have a focus to want to get involved romantically. Makes you tired too makes fired. Yeah that's right. It's interesting how it would lower the debate of the tech the testosterone of a man be. I don't know why that would happen. But somehow automatically does if if you're just all tense with your job and and finally your appetite changes. I bet it increases your adrenal glands start releasing more of a hormone that causes feelings of hunger so so you end up. This is interesting you end up eating more in general but you also creeps sweets. Yeah and so you're going to put on way because your your misery is looking for a quick boost exactly and your body doesn't your body doesn't understand job. Misery our bodies are you know much much more primitive than a reality bodies like we need some. We need a boost when you boost seabright sugar so if you are one of those persons who is on the fence as to whether or or not. You should continue doing this job. Because it's a paycheck and sometimes you know it's hard to find a GIG But you think that you could make a move and it might be a little bit of a gamble but is it worth it. The answer is it is worth it. Evidently if if you can move to like don't quit your job until job. I I never understood people who did that now. Once in a while you'll get a situation where there's somebody that's abusive. That's over you and you just have to get out but I have never quit the job until I had another one because you. You don't realize until you've done that you have to explain why you're not at that job anymore exactly why you're out of work and and plus there's no paycheck come and there's no paycheck coming in which is important. I think that there are so many people who it. It's not that you wouldn't even use the word hate. They're it just so unhappy and miserable. Yeah and it could be the type of job you know that doing the wrong. Yeah I mean there are folks that can do just about anything and they just say you know it. It's a paycheck. It is what it is and there are certain likes especially in smaller towns. You're going to have limited opportunities entities and you want to stay in that town so you have to do what you have to do. I was thinking about the movie office space because it wasn't a bad job. A terrible terrible manager terrible manager and that I think is more the case than Oh. It's a terrible job. Lot of times jobs are sorry someone that just makes it such a miserable situation strict when you can go to the bathroom makes you sort paper clips because you have to be busy when you driven mad. Can't have a picture of your family on your desk. Whatever it is when you go to the bathroom job will have those are terrible? People Massell the people I would if I were you and I had a job where I couldn't go to the bathroom. Let's try to focus Mr Okay so anyway if those are four reasons to get the heck out if you don't like where you are and what we can find some better all the time You've been listening to the best of Osborne. Sharon check out our website. BOB AND SHERI DOT COM download our free APP to the odd cast. A podcast jazzed barbeque fund size. And simply hey thank you so much for listening to the Bob and Sheri podcast and the Bob and Sheri odd cast we would love. You would subscribe rate review and share it with a friend on facebook twitter instagram. 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The Orion Effect : What is in the Woods

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The Orion Effect : What is in the Woods

"Locked talk radio From everyone here at the rift radio network would like to welcome you to tonight special broadcast. This work is protected by creative commons license and now a word from our sponsors uh-huh uh-huh ebay right. now. That's it the annual michigan ufo card september twenty fourth and twenty fifth founded one hundred clearview. Dr houghton lake michigan for eight. Six to nine you can find event at. Www dot facebook. Dot com backslash im- i u. f. o. z. o. n. or you can go directly to their website founded. Www dot m. i. u. f. o. Seal in dot com a huge line of of guests as well as speakers and been to inform an inch gate on you follow as well as medium ship. Ensues who much more lineup. Such as andrea appear on very white grove. John titi nick for french hill. Mike clean on and many many more with vendors and authors of all types produced by deborah and or j. duales of michigan paranormal investigations team sponsored by mystical awakens. Radio and radio podcast network. September twenty four and twenty twenty one. The michigan you rivers passed in june or shoes of small trans msci. Who thing was on. I'm a million her can fairly it's it's hey hey how's it going good hear them all right okay. This is interesting It's more just bit. We can really hear him between him and connect. It'd be so high paying job. Can you hear you can hear you loud and clear. Yeah we do apologize for having launch on Their connection inside this wildly tested earlier. This see it actually goes through and Blog talk been giving us a fit to last week. So i do apologize. Felt that I'm gonna give you get it back up so everybody can hear you. Great standby standby like we say in the army. Right right roger that Let's see you try this time. You loud and clear so good. Good good who talk about alley cat and kim right there. I'm how high are we not going to be looking for comments on basic i. Also yeah. it's been a crazy crazy that we're trying season and taught me on with us right now. So we're gonna figure this thing now. We're gonna get y'all take care of idea what is crazy. Yeah shane okay. Modify your brother. Oh my first rodeo with technology we're off man we'll be right back all know how this goes down uh-huh Oh right we're back on track. I think talent you with us there. Oh right yeah okay. We're to speak up at a microphone that we have. But we're going to get your take care who turn that up so people can hear. You switched seats with kim and well. That was an interesting welcome to the show. Todd guess i think it's me Ladies and gentleman. Travelled those like we would like to officially welcome. Tom needs to the orion effect he is. An observer turn researcher bigfoot and sasquatch. Is that correct. I'm not saying that right time. Yes I was an eyewitness to for what what's for me A miracle Once in a lifetime chance but Saw something that i had crow intents and purposes was written off as just a good old campfire story but yeah i i had that experience and we can go into that in a bit and those twenty five seconds Changed my life From that that point out we're talking twenty eight years now so yeah Amazing journey from that time forward. Oh real uppity for me and have you had other encounters stints or is that the only encounter you've had now i i have but let's let's be clear that that it counters come in different forms Be the visual or audio right. There's a smell factor that that can come into play And of course a lot of anecdotal evidence in the form of Tracks hair and scalp but Yeah pretty much all the But as far as a visual sighting That happened on april third nineteen ninety-three bile and nine find go ahead. We got a little little little time to like I can tell you. I've gotten within as close as Seventy five feet That was a an audible encounter but way too close for comfort. Sometimes you gotta be careful what you ask for. But that's a story in itself. Well todd What is through that day. What what took place. How did you come about it If if you could give us like the The environmental if you remember back that far. I'm sorry i know it's a long time ago. But if you remember like the moisture or thomas day and and how about i i can see it as clearly as if it were yesterday That kind of thing gets burned into your memory but No the whole thing was back in nineteen ninety three Member of the army. National guard here in oregon and I was a combat engineer. And for those of you. Who don't know what that is to say We've below a lotta stuff up He's a lot of high explosives and our work and This was No different than that. Except one day. A year We would get special permission to go on some private timber property to where we could do Large explosive Training exercises larger than what we can do on our Range there on the base without fricking everyone to in the bay so We have permission by this logging companies. Go in there were A number of gravel quarries that they had in their vast holdings and and just to give you your listeners. A picture of the area we're at this is north. Western extreme north western. Oregon's and of course you've got the coastline there but immediately within five miles off the coast. You're going up into what we call the pacific coast range and this is a range of starts Down in cape medicine. California goes right on through oregon and into the olympic national park of washington out of the peninsula Very dense different rating for us. So it's trying to give you a picture kind of a triple canopy situation extremely wet and extremely dance. forest So we on this particular date. To april third of ninety three we had three different rock. Quarries where we had practice three different types of explosions based on the scenarios that were put in front of us The first one. We're cutting charges. We use plastic explosives to shear steel. I beams and half Simulating say taking down a bridge. The second right was a mock my minefield where our job was to Blow a path through these minds In order to create a path for our troops to get through Basically our our mission statement is is mobility counter little. Our job was get whatever movement element we had Through different obstacles or over different obstacles or around different obstacles and conversing. We could place those obstacles in front of the enemy. Denying them their mobility so of but getting to the third site The last blast side which was Cratering charge where we were simulating where we had Basically blowing up Denying the enemy. The use of that road We set the charges About two hundred fifty pounds of a modem that we've been soaking in diesel fuel for several hours and Once we lit the fuse is The sob standard operating procedure was to get in these vehicles. And get the hell out of there right so there were four vehicles to humvees in fronts A troop transport Cupboard deuce and a half. And then the another humvee that commanders. She behind the For vehicle convoy. I happen to be sitting in the second humvee As a passenger. I sat behind the driver. And for april oregon. It was just a beautiful day So i had to win. Ones my arm hanging out and as we're driving getting away from this ticking bomb we had gone off I just naturally being hunter in that area. I'm looking around looking for wildlife looking for deer elk or what have and so as we rounded the corner getting close to this safety staging area where we wait for the explosion and go back and check our work as we are. You know approaching that area We're taking this kind of slow right hand. Turn and the trees A bit and i had a direct view of the the previous the second brought corey. And i'm looking down at. This story was caught. My attention was these three huge black figures and daddy right out in the in the core so So the corey was made up of the salt rock which is kind of like grey cement colored rock. These things were jet black so the contrast was was very very clear and the first thing that came to my mind was you know what the hell are these people doing down there. Because it's just not you know. S o fee. But i barely even finish the thought and the more i looked at it at them. I realized these weren't people at all. And by that. I mean one they They didn't have the same silhouette as as a human. Their arms went way down below their knees. Their legs were stretched longer. That a human where they connected the torso the headset squarely on the shoulders. The shoulders are probably four to five feet across they basically had a silhouette of What we would think of as a football player bodybuilder. A real Large barrel chest Tapering waste and then like i say. Here's these arms that with halfway between the knees and feet and The second thing obviously they weren't wearing clothing. And you could have seen eh that that distance. Which i would estimate about six hundred feet or so. The other thing is the activity. Because so picture if you will three of these things I'm sitting here holding my three fingers In the middle of the handed the index and fourth finger a little shorter than my middle finger. But i mean that's kind of what it looked like. The one in the middle was a full head taller than the to Who flanked it left. And right i would guess. The one in the middle was close to nine feet in height. The other two Were slightly shorter. Their heads kind of matched up with the the top of the shoulders of that big one in the middle of the one in the middle stood there like statue at really. Didn't move at all just sat there straight but it was interesting was the to the left and right of that the bigger guy Were shifting weight from foot to foot from left to right. it's kind of swaying back and forth and and in the process these long angeles arms were swinging back and forth across their knees or the lebanese. Actually and i saw them for An estimate a total of twenty five seconds and in. That doesn't sound very long but stare at your watch. Twenty five seconds and imagine. ncaa sing. Yeah yeah right. I mean that's it's longer than most sightings For sure but I think they probably felt safe. Because of the distance and But they were definitely all three facing this convoy coming down across the ravine from them and they did this. These two on either side of the big one did this swaying motion the entire time. And i just. I'm staring at this like i. Just can't even factor it in. I'm just like oh my god. Oh my god and then after twenty five seconds or so that we rounded this quarter and before long we ended up down this Safety staging area and my first instinct My first instinct was the backup there. This humvee stopped. I failed out and started running back up the road. I wanted to see him again. I was just like you know. There's almost psychological effect of seeing something like that and then losing sight of that and just makes you. It makes you wanna just gotta see this again. You know. I realized i realize By the time. I got as far as i dared Because we have what we call a hundred percent integrity just as a safety measure. Everybody has to be with inside of each other. And i realized i got about as far as i could go and i'm standing on my tiptoes. I got my my hand up to my head like you know. Like i'm saluting but i'm just trying to block the sun and look over this ridge and i i just try is i might. I could not get another view that without getting in trouble without going further back up the road. But as i'm standing there i hear somebody my name. I hear Somebody's hey niece and i looked over. And here's sergeant Martin jeff martin walking toward me and he says what are you look at and i dropped my hand on my side and i said Nothing he kept walking. He kept walking toward me like gets better Kept walking toward me until we got you know face to face. He's smoking on a cigarette and and But we right. The is it goes. I don't suppose you saw what. I saw down at that. Second last site online internally. I'm like okay. I'm not gonna leave this. I don't know jeff. what did you see right. And he takes a drag up. Takes a drag oppa cigarette and kinda looks left and right behind him and make sure nobody else's their shot and he said i saw three huge hair covered. I i dunno bigfoot. i guess. And i said oh. Yeah right. I'm like yeah i saw i saw to gyp. That's all we'd serve together for years at that point and That just it was. I have to tell you it was. It was cool. They have that sort of Corroboration did i need that cooperation to validate what i saw. No because i just. I can never unsee so that it was again. It was kinda cool to to know that and then Oh god It would be. Because i was a traditional guardsmen when we drilled They're trained once a month. It wasn't until the next drill which would be may have ninety three through unusual sort of us sort of circumstances We had two more soldiers come forward and independent of each other Admit that they had seen exactly. What jeff and i had seen so we had all this from different perspectives. But that's what makes this. This particular encounter this particular citing quite unusual multiple out multiple animal sightings or or bigfoot sightings with multiple individuals are fairly wreck number two Multiple eyewitnesses multiple creatures Beings whatever you wanna call them are even more but then at that the specific activity that was going on where we were detonating huge amounts of of explosive ordinance In the middle of the woods at the gravel sites. i mean. We're putting up a mushroom cloud we're talking hundreds of pounds of explosives. And so i mean that in of itself Is kinda boggling to most people. I understand that detonate couple of hundred pounds of explosives in the middle of the woods. Anything that is in that vicinity. You could imagine it's gonna go three hundred sixty degrees away from that epicenter yet here. It was here. It was about an hour later in the very spot. The second site that we had detonated explosives these creatures. These things went right into the heart of it and that says to me. It seems antle energetic old that any animal would muster the courage to even come back to that area. Let alone right where it happened. But what it tells me is. There was probably a mix of curiosity which i think spells intelligence right am. I mean i mean curiosity to the point of being able to overcome what most animals would would be Paranoid about Secondly perhaps these things were sent out as some sort of Scouting party or maybe were part of a Security detail if you will for whatever other preachers are out there but here they were these three individuals standing right. I mean even for a human being. Let's just pretend that some humans happened to get around are guarded gates and we guarded all the main entries. Coming in there somehow hiked into that. Are i asked you if you were in that area and you saw this explosion. Would you and your friends have the nerve not knowing the operation or whether there's more explosives coming or what's going on. Would you dare walk into the actual blast zone of an active lasting area. I pretty much think not but still These things overcame any sort of fear of what we're doing and and they came in and checked it out and i've taken up a whole lot of time so i'll let you guys talk no deal. It's not your story. It's dot dead. I'm sure there's a lot of questions and there's some stuff's going to be coming out of facebook chat. I think the author leaves the only one with saying that they're the fbi file on big. Oh that's interesting. And that's beyond. File of bixler. That's slightly odd. Well it depends on missing person cases and jody. I have a friend in ohio. Name of jodie cook. I met him. I don't know twenty years ago maybe or He's actually got copies. piece actually published It's more of a. I wouldn't call it a book per se. But if it's a pretty good Informative fairly Dossier of what to he's got from the fbi and his inquiries that he's made. So i don't know what i don't know if i get a lot of people say oh the government knows about these and and for whatever reason they're hiding it. I'm not a conspiratorial in the bottom line is it's only a matter of time before this like any animal They live they thought it. It's only a matter of time before a body is found a carcass skeleton. Or whatever you It's it's unusual even find a carcass of of a bear or cougar. Yet we have thousands and tens of thousands of just here in oregon but but it's inevitable for the government to say nobody's ever gonna hit one of these with a log truck. Nobody's ever going to the hunters. They were gonna shoot one so you know. It's it's bound to happen unfortunate but true so you know what they have a cover story when it does happen because they're not going to be on hand in every situation in which something like this may or or will happen so i mean Does the government know about i. You know i'm sure. They have their files. Well if if they have Giant on big footage itself. Then that would link up there. The ladies were just talking about something and stuff and facebook and lord knows. I've got a lot of questions. But i'm going to step back. Let ladies talk and ask the questions. 'cause cat did bring up a good point just a second ago about missing persons so i'm step back and let the lady jump at all right and games turnover that anyone able to capture any evidence that of question. So have y'all since then in in your research have you come across any really what you feel as concrete evidence besides your Your actual eyewitness. Well yeah Be twenty eight years. This april third that. I've been studying this researching this other known researchers initially by myself but There has been so again evidence. What is evidence. Evidence is with physical In the case of tracks which i found many and casts some Hair samples which. I've i've not personally collected hair In the field. I've i've had a lot of hair samples sent to me for analysis and scott samples You know I've come across a few. And i collected them and sent them in for a mouse There's audio evidence. And i think that's some of the best stuff we have For whatever reason photographic or video evidence Strangely unfortunately It is blurry it's We call it blocks There's a lot of it's like how why can't anybody. Great straight clear shot at these. Things happen on a few few few occasions but most of them. You know i when it comes to that when it comes to talk to you live. I would challenge any of your listeners to just kinda visualize close your eyes and visualize how many times you've come across a deer crossing a road or elk or or bear cooter. What have you But it's time well just know that by the time you've seen them they know you're there and they don't want anything to do with us so the society is generally very fleeting even with known eminem animals But by the time he gets you phone up and then you turn the camera on and then you get it up there and hit that button. They're probably not standing still so you're getting something moving and for the camera to to adjust its focus and everything it's it's it's not unusual Right i don't you know but that's yet another form of evidence so there's a lot of evidence out there. I i believe it was all my heart that it's only a matter of time that a carcass will be found. I mean these things are like us or biological creatures. And yes they are apex. Or an alpha creature there at the top of the food chain In north america as far as i'm concerned and But all animals succumb overtime. There's there's There's this crazy. Thought that seems to be perpetuated that there is this one solitary legendary big foot That it's apparently roamed around all of north america from east coast to west coast and his somehow live for over a thousand years. Because we've got reportings going away. It makes no sense. The bottom line is there are viable populations of these beings creatures that this species whatever you call it So even with an apex animal that that for the majority of its life has nothing to fear. As far as being you know predated upon they are the predator. They're not the pre right. So the only time that apex preachers have to come to terms with their mortality is really under three scenarios. One is old age obviously have life span too is injury to the extent that they can't heal from and surely they experienced that and Lastly disease and and surely have a heap Immune system but every animal can be susceptible to certain diseases and it's only at that time that they only at that time that they finally go This is the first time i've ever really had to deal with this And So i think it's in inherent of an apex creature who for the first time in their life is Having to face their mortality. and unless it's instantaneous which which is a possibility but if it's not they realize being a predator Dealing with scavengers as well that this is a game changer. This is this is the time where now they have to fear for their own poor talented their own health and safety and and let's pretend it's your me and usually had a compound fracture your broke your your back or whatever when you're out hiking and you realize you're not gonna be able to get out to a safe area. You're not just gonna lay there on a trail and wait for the next scavenger predator. Whatever they come along You're probably going to to to the extent that you can Remove yourself to an area that you that can provide you some relatives security right. Draw where you got your back up against A alleger what have you But you're going to withdraw to where you hope you don't get found before you die so that you suffer probably Have done to other animals. I think that's what happens a lot. I don't think they just let's have a heart attack and just drop dead. you know. i guess that's possible. But i think the reason the reason we don't see them Carcasses one. They're very rare to that. I think is only natural that they tried to hide away to try to spend the last minutes of life in relative security. Make you know. Most animals do that. steep weight said good evening He would like to know if you think bigfoot sightings and ufo's are linked together because they seem to coincide with each other in many different ways or state. wow. I was working just theory. You know. it's funny. I i hear that a lot. In fact i had Maybe two hours ago. I had somebody asked the same question and i'm not surprised That i i don't know what it is But invariably i hear connected with bigfoot I hear other paranormal ideas. whether it be Ufo's extraterrestrials spirits Shape shifting mention that It's interesting that That's what seems to be put in the same bucket as all these other Theories and and and question. Right there for me i get it. I get it Don't think i haven't entertained myself. But has a researcher. And by no means room i do. I have any scientific credentials. But as a researcher my first priority is to deal with things in a biological sense. You know when. I start seeing things in my studies that take it outside that box of of Natural science Only then will i entertain that. Trust me. I got a lot of friends out there. That believe that they believe there go through portals. They're at their inter dimensional that the were dropped up by aliens to observe our race. And you know. I hear it all the time Yeah right yeah right. So ghetto. I i get it right I have watched over the years Decades where people. I've known who've had a siding Which in itself is. It's it's like playing the lottery and it's not even playing because you're not even buying a ticket if you don't find vick but times you and i truly truly believe that it's very very rare for anybody to get up on. A sasquatch sasquatch already know of their presence. I truly believe that. hasn't happened. I believe in a couple of cases. I can say yes but The short answer is I'm not ready to make that leap between et's and bigfoot right. i've people. I've not like i said either. Believe in them strongly and or have seen them and then are not able to Quench that thirst is if you will. Because it's really a what i'm doing is i'm trying to to recreate that that Encounter i had they get frustrated. And and that's when. I think they kind of this. I don't know if it's just out of frustration. Or what but the no sudden i hear them talking about some Friends theories We we in the field call it woo or or whatever but it's I'm personally. I'm not willing to make that step I do think they are terrestrial. I do think there biological and frankly i think they're hamad A relic commented species. Early man Such as Carl magnum or neanderthal that Perhaps something a little more advanced but some some species that has Overtime adapted to Initially native american presence With these things. Were there long before native americans but certainly Longer than the europeans that that they encounter but in the process Imagine if you were a big win. And you saw this smaller hairless tribe of native americans that Shirley came to pacific northwest or after the ice age and land bridge of her ngo between russia. In alaska worked their way down the coast. You you're for them. This was would have been like you know as they observe them from a distance like look. Hey master fire you know. They seem fire because lightning strikes caused forest fires. They'd seen it these there. But here's little hairless things making it on demand. Here's these little hairless beings growing crops and domesticating animals and using tools and a and and and ceremony imagine after living symbiotically with native americans For fifteen thousand years along come europeans. Which made these First nations people In terms of technology like they were to them and so right no wonder no wonder they backed off. No wonder they basically. If i mean it'd be like us watching Ufo invasion. I'll tell you what i place. I going up in the woods. The smartest place i can but yeah am i gonna come out periodically and watch them watch them and observed them and try to figure out what the heck they're yeah but as a as a as a Rule i'm going to do my best to avoid them at all costs because this is something beyond my knowledge. gotcha well. We got another question coming from kim out of the chat. So i'm not really close and comment. But i think i read it okay sherry miller and said it would be interesting to know if the base he was at any thermal equipment available for them to use or that would be useful for either ground or air to see if they could be spotted through binoculars or on camera. Well yeah that's a great question and it does bring into account technology. Both what i have back. Then and what he's today. and what what. The our our nonprofit conservancy has acquired over time Keep in mind. We're going back you know on nearly twenty years When i saw these now i just recently retired from the military in may of two thousand nineteen After a little over twenty years back then we're talking nineteen ninety three We have access to night vision. thermal was not available to us Right now we were off doing our operations during the day and night vision during the day. is taboo. You'll italy plot of fry the sensors in the night vision equipment So you can't utilize that so it would. It would make no sense that we have that Being operating now since then You bet We've incorporated as i know other research groups We have thermal vision flare equipment that we use various types We have night-vision equipment. I just recently purchased from sonics a really cool color night vision. Which by far and away is better than what i was issued in the army Because normally what you see with the army night vision the psp fourteen and pfc. Nine is kind of grainy green picture. get down with twilight right even with twilight. You're gonna get that green hue correct yoga. Yeah but you gotta be careful at twilight even because those sensors the night vision sensors that we had back. Then we're we're susceptible the damaged by life because it would just pull into much like Ideally ideally you'd like them on a full moon situation or clear sky where at least because it's pulling down light from the starlight the zodiac glow or full moon. And what have you but yeah you would not want to have it on at twilight Not daylight the one. I have now. is not only has adjustments for twilight but also full spectrum daylight with video and still shots and in full color which is just. It's it's a fantastic tool. I would highly recommend a. I don't have any stock in. Stay on but look it up Deal it's actually accountable on a on a gun platform if you want. But it literally you can see brown blue red green All the different Colors We also used drones We own a couple here. Conservancy four blades and a six play the cameraman or force kate into you never use standard trail cam. Oh yeah of dozens of them. We put them out all the time. i've got out in the field right now Sometimes i in a couple of years ago we we set up trail camps in this wilderness. Area called the roaring river wilderness area. We set up nine of them and we left them from october till may now admit should backed up by saying from october to me. It snowed in. And you'd never get in there if you wanted to. But it was really cool when we're able to get back there in may and pick them up and they were all set on video. We got just tons of pictures of mountain lions. And they're dear back Bob cat even people. We actually caught a search and rescue team coming through with their search but what was cool. Was that as the seasons change from fall to winter to spring. We got to really watch that whole transgression from rain to snow to ice on the lake to snow lake. And then everything back in reverse I did a expedition in september of Two thousand sixteen called operation sea monkey. If you get your listeners. Go onto youtube. You can pull that up if you search that We've got we've got a trailer out either page two. Yeah yeah. That was a pretty interesting Excursion up into the broughton archipelago and we hit five different islands and six days uninhabited islands. That's where mainland of british columbia and the vancouver island and every every stop we get to an island or go take zodiac and set up cameras set up seismic ground sensors Which is pretty unique to conservancy. It actually detect vibration in the ground and will radio back sick signal to us. There's all kinds of You know tools of the trade if you will that we've used and we did a lot of things that you know conventional things that you do with any animal including baiting but we we kinda go outside the box in try different things as well right but I did this kind of pavlov's eight if a experiment. If you will and nineteen ninety eight. I was put together an expedition at saddle mountain not far from where i had my experience in and with me on my duration team was none other than peter. Burn and ron moorhead. I'm sure okay listeners. Other they are yeah we were out there for eight days And i did experiment which I put three different types of bait and apple a apple banana and orange on these stops up above our base camp and then i put corresponding colored kim lights next to the red apple. Had this red kamli this. This anna had together. Tim late the the orange adding an orange light and then i hung some chimes tubular bell. Type times right near where i had this. This state put out and the idea was that if they found a bait they would equate the sound to the bay. And the light to the yeah. I've lost that'd be since there. You go right. Yeah absolutely Back the les stroud from survivor man. Bigfoot stole my idea. After i told them that anyway but anyway Different things like that. We try to you know like i say the conventional things and we try some unconventional things. We were one of the first ones to use Drone cameras You know you. Uav's if you want And i designed things early on in my research that have yet to even be like. Yeah we've seen the action of one that you went down the river bed with one of the uab's. I remember that. Oh you saw that. Yeah i saw that one. Yup i did my research man. I think on you. So yeah we. We saw the Experiment that you were referring to about the apple. We saw that too. Because we you know we've been really getting courage about crypto and all that so we actually took a little time to do some research and we saw some your stuffing. It's it's awesome. That's wells excited about having you on right now. Well steve white. Mental searchers have said the reason we don't find the carcass of a big place is because they bury their own. Just like what a bear would do ju over there there. There are some misnomers out there like that Such as Elephant graveyard for instance Like i said. Peter burn is a dear friend of mine. He's ninety four and a half years old right now. He's still kicking and in apps. Actually pretty good health. And he still goes out in the field he's one of the last of the four horsemen of watching as we like to say he says and he spent a lot of his time in asia bo northern india as well as nepal spent decades there to be honest with you and he is an expert in elephants and tigers and whatnot. He says this idea of an elephant. Graveyard that spock. What do you talk you know. And i no the reason all these elephants in some cases die. Is there hurt type animal. And if there's a say environmental conditions such as drought or what have you they all kind of stick together and they they they succumb you know not far from each other but there is no such thing as he says. There's no such thing as an animal grave. He says well matter of fact he he told me that a full grown asian elephants that dies in say in for nepal can be absolutely disappeared if he will simply by nature within less than a week not not a piece of i left and so i think people tend to go back to the bear I don't think there's very their own. Now there are no. They're they're still very part of their prey that they don't eat and come back and dig it up again Just as the lionel take whatever they don't eat a animal put it up in a tree. There's been no buried part of their kill. But i am. I've never heard of bears. The dead of their own But i'll leave that alone at that All right i mean what other if i can if i can't real quick i wanna give you a one other scenario where i live in the where i hunted and where i saw these things as the oregon coast range and Gets a whole lot of rain. A whole lot of rain I hunted and and killed a an elk Roosevelt this one november and it was fortunately close to the road and so there were some snow on the ground is tracking them through the snow And where i first started on 'em the the hook prince almost what is big as human prince because they were on the road and melted out. I knew i write in close to the heard. Those those helps became smaller and smaller and tighter came around the corner. And here's the heard right on the road. They use the roads just like i think they put does well. But i i was able to get this one l. down and i was in a two wheel drive pick up at the time and i was an innovation and so when i started field dressing this it started snowing like a lot. It was really turning into a white out. I was concerned because i actually had to go up and elevations before i could get out of their back down to to sea level and so out of concern instead of doing a normal Field dressing. I did a pretty much fielding Expedient job took the rumps the shoulders the back strap. And then i got out. I left or the right there all right back. Three three weeks to the day. I came back. Snow was gone. The sun had come out right to the spot. I know exact same spot. And i'm telling you i probably four hundred pounds of l. Sitting there the whole bone skeleton and everything. Yeah you could tell. There was ever an out there whatsoever. Nature nature is a tremendous recycled between scavengers predator. Predators scavengers Weather parasites bacteria insects. It does not take long. In fact. I wish i would have had a time lapse camera on it. In hindsight i would've. I saw how quickly it was. Just vanished right. I think that happens with the as well and as it does with most animals. Unless you're in a very dry arid area high desert or whatever. You won't find fossils. You'll find dawson dryer. Clint's i loved it. Yeah well tom what we're gonna do now is we're gonna take our top of the hour break right. It's going to be about eight minutes long. we come back. We have questions coming out of facebook that we need to get to. And maybe we'll get to our questions 'cause now between the questions and what you're talking. We've definitely earthbound discreet. You're now. I have some some archaeological questions for you. So is we're going to What what's the group would even with the group. Oh would you one desire And when desire with shadow man we're gonna be right back just after this. Go ahead and get some coffee tobacco and we'll be right back so all right we'll see up here you wouldn't like it out there is to see or the years to hear it wouldn't protect you hate it that's why it hits you The ladies all do team join jazz. Blonde cool every sunday night at eleven o'clock at both facebook. And on you to feel swear i do you get the all come up. How normal soup every sunday night. Yeah backtra What i'm gonna say this before we get back into the show. You guys have some incredible questions really have. I'm looking at them. The girls are talking to me about it. And i'm just really. I'm impressed with the knowledge and the questions that are coming out of facebook. Chat those of you tuning in there. Thank you so much. If you're on. Blog talk jim bown over to facebook at ryan. Facs or call in and ask your questions at one. Three t three eight seven zero three eight seven seven We are on air with our good friend. Todd niece Who is a bigfoot. Sasquatch researcher Charged with it. I'm here all right. Hey welcome back There's a lot of questions and a lot of great questions that are coming out of facebook and i'm impressed. Because they're they're aiming at the truth. The real questions about sasquatch May i ask one question before we get into the facebook. Is that cool. Yeah okay Taught i have one question for you. with the sas squash quote unquote did like sounds. It's it's it's Communication how it screens or or gilkes. Not right Have y'all ever crossed those noises with such things as bob cats beaver. otters Also wolverines. And badgers do you mean sounding off in conjunction with other animals or mimicking other animals or wiggle. Let's do a split question quick. Let's do both and then i'm going to step back and okay. Let's get in thank you okay. So do they make other animals You know without actually physically visually seeing that I can't say for sure. I don't think anybody can but my experience I believe they can Even to not so much human language or let me take that back not so much. English language but I'm sure some of your listeners are familiar with ron moorehead's The sierra sounds that were taped back in the late. Seventies sierra okay Like i said. Ron was on my expedition along with peter. Burn in nineteen ninety eight. Saddle mountain area and i had ron's original for meeting him early on he he. It originally came out in a cassette format dating myself Eventually in cd form and Was great very intriguing But when bronx came out he flew his. Own plane He i don't know if your listeners. Oh but he's he's a very experienced pilot own actually a couple of planes. He flew his bushmaster. Cessna out to the nearest town of seaside and he brought with him he original cassette tapes and there was a whole stack of So what you hear on. The first year sat on stabbing only accounted for some of those tapes again. Your listeners may know that ron and contacted peterberg and said hey. I've got this weird stuff. Go on or hunting camp and peter new of albury who was a journalist and Down in the san francisco bay area. And so peterson al With ron's nothing to go with him up there and it was al very journalist and a writer who did all those cassette tape records. Well here we are. You know twenty years later and he brings the whole grip of these things. I'm like listening to them. I just the original sets. And i'm like raw their stuff on these things that are found almost human right because i know he says it's a language and he's had it analyzed through The university of wisconsin and then Scott things going to escape but Scott talk anyway Nelson excuse me. Scott nelson who i think is a he. He's a. He was a naval linguistics officer. His job was to listen to coated. Talk look for patterns whatnot. And i swear there are repr- repeated expressions. Repeated sounds repeated phrases in some of the stuff. I heard that never made it on the first cd. So i was at that time. I said wrong. Some stuff on this better. Far as i'm concerned and more conclusive you need to do. Another day and blowing. He did glad he did. Because that's where we get these what they call summer ice or summary cheddar and whatnot question of mimicking. So so when it comes to the question of mimicking other animals that i'm sure that that's not an issue Oh yeah there's there. Well so i have to tell you I hadn't had a lot of experience with vocalisations with these things And only one tree knock incident in the mount hood or where we live That changed for me back in October of this year. I was asked by some friends of mine that i'd known for a while just on facebook from the omaha indian reservation showed me some things. They had played me some things that got me so excited that i immediately got on the next flight out there. I mean of all places omaha nebraska. Actually it's the reservations north of there. I got there on a saturday. Introduce myself to them on a sunday and then monday through friday i was taken out to an area Very remote on the mississippi river. Excuse me missouri river Part of the reservation and for five nights in a row in more than one location. I have some experiences that i am still trying to come to terms with this monster go Combination of a couple of things does come back to sound like up a long time. But i was taken to area. We'd usually get out there around midnight and keep in mind. The kobe thing was going on and they locked down the reservation after midnight. It was only because of my friends. Position the tribe that he said we're going out and we'll be back in a couple of hours but he was allowed to come and go and we'd go out to this area very wrote to lane one lane each way back country road very thick hardwood for us and my friend would get out there. Just watch and see these videos before. But i just i just couldn't come to grips with it. Well now i don't have a choice. He wouldn't stay on their side of the road and yell out into the forest in his native tongue. He would say okay. Hold hello friends. Come here at all right. You see these what appeared to be eyeballs lighting up. Wow it's not just one set. But then sometimes two and three sets. And like i said i had seen it online videos like okay. Somebody's out there with a flashlight. I don't know what he's trying now know where we were at their like. I said there was a curfew other reservation. Nobody could be out. Healy got out because of this division in the tribe right. I can only think you know i. I've tried everything you know. Animals have what we call bioluminescence. There's fish there's insects fireflies you know. And and a lot of chronic animals especially dc animal's bioluminescence. They can generate. But not in a primate with maybe exception of tasers. Okay right like can't looking out there. And these sets of is irma. There are moving their early. And they would blink off and on. And i'm just getting back to the vocalisations the first night we were there. We're watching this. I think there were two of them out there and they could have been more than one hundred feet away and we'd have this one often about my bach. Eleven o'clock starts singing. Obviously a female tonight finds My mind's ear. And but i've never heard a recording like this but and it wasn't a coyote it was it was too powerful and it was. It was just bizarre and holidays. Hype pits so good. Greens and good girth to it is what you're saying. Yeah yeah yeah. And then i'll tell you what a couple of nights later we were there in my friend who's Very religious and not so much in the native. I'm very much native tradition. But he's become a jehovah's witness is ancient but very religious and we were out there this wednesday night. He says i he goes. No we worked. We weren't getting activity. Which we we got the first two nights like immediately. I'm going to try something. So i'm going to try something because i've tried this before. It's worked before. But i'm gonna try to pray with them and you've never heard anything like this. Said pray with them so so he sifts thirty bucks to partly in his native on the omaha tongue and then he also english and he goes like france. and here. i wanna pray with you. Wanna pray for your were you and your family. Pray for your safety and health. If you wanna hear what. I have to say about my creator create or come close i wanna play with you wanna teach. You are ways silence right. So he's just spray. It was a three minute prayer. Got through about a minute and a half. And i'm sitting there on my head bowed and he's got his head down and he just keeps going on you. No i got this and he loves you. And we're all for them and look at like. I swear to god from less than sixty feet away. Got something like this. Wow i just got my head down. I didn't even want to look up Because it was close it was close and he gets he just kept all go on like like it was an everyday thing and then and Hope i didn't blow your speaker anyway. He i'm hearing this. And i'm like he gets done of was that seventy. Just yep rehab. When we had vocal is the next day. I said i'm going to go out there. The daytime without even telling me. I'm going to go out there. I want to check this place out. I don't really only seen any pitch pitch black darkness. I wanna see. What's factor. is there a rollback. There is there you know. Get getting you know what's going on. Yeah i went out and go through the ditch along the road and then climb up the other side. I walked back to this ridge line. Where seem they were coming from. It's pretty thick. And i'm looking for these ambient light some street lights on house lights or something in the background. Like account to this which still didn't make sense 'cause they moved and all this and those vocalisations. How can i say anything from that. So i i myself. I didn't bring some of my game with the. But i did have my task town. Which if you know a digital tape record. I'm gonna go out there. 'cause i knew it goes out to save you know later that night. I'm gonna go out there and set it up by walked up in there. And i turned it on. Well let me i it. All my excitement task you push the button wants to turns on power you have to push it a second time to start the recording and i just pushed it once and i saw the light flashing. I thought okay. It's recording. And i said it down between these kind of a be this Crotch of a couple of maple trees. Unfortunately it wasn't recording. Because just as soon as i stood up from about my ten o'clock again i hear this high pitched singing like i didn't expect them to be up there today. Go out there to three in the morning. I'd probably sleep and sleep daylight but all sudden here comes this lullaby high-pitched Beautiful thought. I don freaking out. Because i'm the only one there i'm like okay. I'm gonna leave. And i turned around a third. Welcome back to the road where my car's at and i hear this against a tree loud six rapid loud cracks of assuming what What it was. What i you don't usually hear about that. That sounds like something. They trying to grab your attention. Oh yeah so. My thing is the trade off. I i think a lot of people use it. They'll they'll go out and take something to make that noise. I my honest. Opinion is that particular type of communication. Although it's not vocal is a way for them to warn others in the areas that they're humans in ear happen to you want slapped here. This is like the this was. This was only the second time that i i felt. Definitively that i've heard traits. But i think that people that go out there with sticks or or homemade things or whatever do those knocks all they're doing is saying. Hey we're here yeah. I think it's counterproductive. But i never heard of wrapping. I don't even know how how. I don't even know how anything i if i had a baseball bat and i'm standing in front of a tree. It would be very difficult for me to hit a tree six times as rapidly as that did and as hard as it did but that was just incredibly tangent to saying i do think they have a language. It probably varies from region to region. Just like Language would because if these you know plans of these things are isolated from one another. It only stands to reason that they were developed slightly different dialects or slightly different words. But i do think they have the intelligence capacity to communicate at least in their understanding excellent. Well this where we're going to do now because we have a question that's been book questions have been holding off since the first hour. I'm going to step back down. We'll let the girls get back in because we have a question that was asked prior and a statement which i think are awesome and then we'll let the girls jumping here and do their thing okay. We'll do we'll try to do a little more rapid fire teams furnaces with the biological samples That have been collected. Has anyone been able to perform fruitful. Dna analysis on them all depends on the us I've been fortunate enough overtime to get to know several well-known geneticists There is the question about dr melba. Catch him Who my actually done Dan else's on a number of samples that she has gotten And they were unknown however had a certain percentage of human like dna. Now since then I've also got to know well. He's now the late. Dr bryan sykes from oxford university. He just passed away unfortunately about three or four months ago Brian had shown me. Some of the samples came over here from england and it got to spend a couple of days with him and he had like a shoebox full of samples that were hermetically sealed that she could see him. You know plastic right and he did he did. He did a study on every in every case he was able to identify that including what was known as the her he called it. This may just take that was collected by justice manager in the pacific northwest claim to the bigfoot. That he had shot Actually shot the mother and then there was some couple of youngsters around and killed one of those. Of course ali had was a small sample of flashy supposedly buried. Them was never able to find him again. But anyway anyway even Dr sikes that came up as a black there Now fast forward a little bit. My friend has full heart. hassle heart from texas. Biologist has just come out with a book. in fact. I'm looking at right now. The the sasquatch genome project. Dr housecall heart A pale study. failed dna study and As actually has a foreword by dr jeff meldrum's as well Idaho idaho state university and they both concluded that dr Catch work was flawed. In fact she was unable to get it published in the scientific journal through Independent period so her answer was to buy her own Scientific paper and publish their our own analysis. So yeah so the short question. The short answer is there have been attempts to find dna I've sent out samples which unfortunately seems suit vanish. Excuse me i don't hear back on it i am in the process Of coming into some very exciting samples that i believe are legitimate. And i have the number one. Dna lab in the united states. If not the world standing by do blind studies on the samples that i'm trying to get my hands on I believe them to be genuine individuals Have a substantial Gotta be careful what i say. All right we'll just leave it that That's been what's been analysed. Everybody the whole okay. Kim's got another question for all right. Steve no did Did you guys ever think about putting motion detectors about seven foot up in a tree at night. Meaning if the big process that beam it might trigger the that detector. Yeah matter of fact. I forgetting so many Signals of elle's closer to the ground and as these cameras have gotten more advanced where they've got a wider field of view I've actually taken a ladder and carried it out with into the woods with me and and put it up at levels that only one thing could trigger and in a lot of cases not even a human walking by would be able to trader so What sort of population numbers do you suppose there are some jamie turner question all right. Well so not my forte but again being in contact with people whose forty it is and then specifically in this particular case Gentleman i worked with for for a while. Dr walter fehrenbach Used to work at the north west regional primate center here Just west of fort oregon As a primatology and who's Forte was in electron microscopy He wouldn't be the guy the go-to for me back then because Dna was a fairly new and and be ten times more expensive than it is today. i in spending time with enter and watching him go through trying to using mountain gorilla and lowland gorilla has examples he would he would try to do a couple of things. One was to extrapolate you know. Foot dimensions versus hyped dimensions versus weights and whatnot and he was able to come up with some pretty good Comparative data Again just extrapolating on what we have. And that's the scientific way Right to populate and At least in the pacific northwest. So bear in mind. We're not even talking rockies eastward or early in the world for that matter we're just talking Canada and the united states west of the rockies primarily in the cascade range and the coastal range Which encompasses sixty million square miles. Most of it uninhabited. I happen to live in its So i know it's it's pretty rural. he's estimated a population of about two thousand. Two thousand of anything. I don't care if it was two thousand awesome that when you're spreading across sixty million miles But things that are not as big of course but but very elusive very knowledgeable about their territory and hearing smell vision Good luck yeah about two thousand. I said that the other night on on the the unexplained and explain a the the tv show on the history channel. I run i. I've just going with with headers that's about it. I don't think two thousand of these things It's very many at all back i would. I would put that in a endangered species. Category absolutely absolutely shameless plug for friday. Night you can catch it again. Then explained what todd and his Experience with bigfoot. Kim you got something else. Yeah Steve white would like to know Have you heard of the sightings in hawaii or what. They're calling a smaller version of bigfoot If i had it's it's probably the least area i've heard of when we talk about the the distribution of these In terms of the continental united states conus as we call it Almost every state has had some sightings Right of course you go. Oh conus which is outside collier. Alaska had well. I have a friend up in alaska. shame late back to recently published a book called bigfoot on classified He did some some deep research over there just come up with nearly four hundred sightings going back to the eighteen. Hundreds as far as hawaii is concerned. Opponents I think i'm just scratching back in my cranium heard of something there but i've been to hawaii several times and i've talked will and i thought it was just one area i haven't followed up on and so i don't feel like a really knowledgeable assessment on that so i i do in the back of my mind i i have heard of something like and if i recall it was something much smaller. That sounds good. And i'll tell you what steve. I'll get your answer to I'll actually contact my nephew. He's actually married to one of the why in princesses in there. So i will contact chris. what is also noon as odi and i'll see what he can tell me and i'll get that information Melissa leap wanted to know wanted to clarify where you saying that this species had its own language or do you feel like they're mimicking the human language. I have not heard anything that that would raise. Rise to the level imitating. Humans like i said. I think they can Many other indigenous species around them Again without literally when they do that. i can't even for sure but what i have heard and i already mentioned what i witnessed personally and the the brassica and i've heard even in the area that i live up here at the base of mt hood so eleven thousand three hundred and twenty foot volcano in my backyard I have heard things coming out of here. mostly the mostly in the wailing Got earl Very powerful long range kind of how. I haven't heard anything in my area. That i i could say that. That was anything more than a long range. Call but i have heard numerous tapes recordings from My friend gerry adams Down in ridge and other areas that do seem to be a language. And again i would i would say i would say that these languages that they may speak or regional so that is to say to a One of these creatures up to alaska that they would be able to immediately. You know correspond with one another because of the differences in in in their locations but i think locally regionally they do have Some sort of communication. There's i have no doubt of it like native american. They don't have their bags. What's interesting too. I'm glad you brought that up. Because around here seventy s west we have dozens of different tribes. But they in in sticking primarily oregon idaho washington area right up the dozens and dozens of tribes in the area. There are six in native american languages square in the mid rates. Where in the middle of a mall. That that they have in common is what they call chinook jargon okay. This is a trade jar. This is trade jargon in other words. Most of the trading was done along the columbia river that separates oregon and washington. Right and then the maine natives on that stretch or were called shuts like the salmon and all the regional even though there were six regional languages There was a trade language called shit up jargon that all six different language groups new of they had to learn in order to trade with one another right. And there's a word there's a word for bigfoot that falls under the chinook jargon that everybody knew meant the same thing whether it was home all or The Dishonest well across was schuylkill. Okay yeah the words. Words sukhum wasn't understood. Word for the big voter southbound right and that was part of that that should up language. And it's interesting to note that today. There are still forty three geographical name places that still have that name spook them attached to it and that was like that they the natives used that as like the no trespassing area another words if it said schuylkill lake for schuylkill meadows or scoop and falls or scoop them. River spook them. What have you scooped amount. That was seated to the big foot area. You were not to go to well. That's awesome Kim's got another one coming sarry milliken She said. I wonder if i could be he. He didn't have no more questions at but I wonder if i could ever could be trained. By set of of what has already been obtained and see if they could track see attract to be picked up and or to see if they can find any other remain. Do you know any good. I i well even a good Labrador retriever or any sort of bird. Or how just naturally amazing with their sensory capabilities. I don't know that's a great question. I never thought of it i do. I would say this because people have brought up that concept of using tracking dogs There seems to be historically this love. Hate relation ship between canine and these creatures By that i mean dogs. That are very good trackers or dogs that are very good. Guard dogs Refuse to track these things and in fact will cower turn away. I'd give you a couple of stories. I'll give you one really briefly. I was a guy. the chainsaw carvings You know trees and whatnot. And i finally stopped in one day that you'd never done one of those name was johnny long feathery. He was in native american. Had black hair down to his waist and we started talking about we went into a shop. And kind of. Have this hippy. Guy working for him. And i talked to him for and like i said as he ever done commission work Made of bigfoot carvings and he goes no but i'm sure he could because why go look for bigfoot. Oh cool man like that. Johnny set down and came over and this guy looks at him and he goes. Hey johnny this guy. He's like humps for bigfoot. Guy would quiet. Didn't really say a word just stared at me and it was like staring right through me. And he's just like after about five seconds ago. Tell me in your search hunt vic what what is your intention. Do you wish to kill. Say bono no longer organization. We just wanna do observation. And then he says again. Right left goes Tell me Do you drink alcohol. We're just coming for. I got Well yeah okay shauwie weekends whatever social. Yeah but you're not alcoholic and he goes. Do you do drugs like no army. Get pee tested every time we get together so now no because okay. He's been he said. Come being my circle and he disappears into the dark shop. Hippy guy is going to do here in. This is so cool. He like she's supposed to walk in the magazines dark shop. I don't know what else you know. We're gonna get mugged or whatever so i followed this guy back and the and here's these three like vegetable crates kind of in a circle as much as you can make three square grapes in a circle and he says take a seat who sit down and he's reaching this bag reaches it as grocery bag and pulls out this long like eighteen inch type right like A native american piece by kind of thing with leather wrapped and jewels and feathers hanging off deer horn bowl and then he reads his pulled a handful of this green shrubbery. And i'm like. Oh god i'm gonna get busted any holds it up above his head and he points to the left to the right in behind him and the acts this bowl and he sits on this one because this is sacred sage from the four corners of mother. Do as i do like okay. So he just gets this stuff smoldering and he starts washing. It turns the pipe sideways to him. And i lofting it over his head and then he hands it to me so i do the same thing. We go around the circle three times and he says now your spirit is pure and i can talk. We can talk to each other. I know your spirit is pure clean. Okay got it wasn't and so He went on to say that he says i've they just told me one story after another after another after another. But i'll tell you. He told me this one story. He says i'm a lumberjack. Guards had liked to go to the old growth. And i went to the old growth of different show show national forest which is what they call the dark. Divide between mount adams and mount. Saint helen's right and you take the dog. Dog was seven eighths wolf. Almost pure wolf says my dog is afraid of nothing. So we got into this area and we've been there before but this one particular place walk through on this trail. He said my dog suddenly dog. That would normally run. You know. Twenty thirty feet ahead of him came back to them and just wrapped around his legs around his ankles and started chasing and whimpering. He's like what the heck this dog there and he looked at looked in the direction that the dog was looking and here. Was this big playing peekaboo for behind this big. Yeah he said this went on for this went on for maybe five ten minutes. You know slack. Lean out look at me. And i'm looking at him like dogs wrapped around my legs shaking like trembling child right and he said finally after about ten minutes. I sense that his spirit was good and he might as well and it walked off and left the and he said from that point on he said dog didn't get more than two three feet from the rest of the hike. But this is the thing. This is the there the dog you know. It's a great theory. I guarantee you a dog especially any dog has any wild sort of Ancestry to it. They won't get close close in fact they'll back off. I can tell you a bunch of other stories. But i'm i'm convinced that these things hate dogs and these most dogs fear them naturally and i think that's probably very primal back to when You know they were competing for the same foods of canes lupus the wolf the even the high up in the box for that matter they all just they were talking. Yeah you know that guy way. Every time carol hernandez She said that she was watching missing. Four one one and she heard a recording that some hunters had We had gotten in the seventies. I think she wanted to know if you've heard them. Yeah missing four. One one is Product of Gentleman by the name of david politis He's actually written several books on the subject and it's basically His his books. He's just kinda done. Some sleuthing on on missing people especially in forest lands national parks and whatnot and he's put together a pretty extensive collection on people have gone missing. Now he's he has Decided to associate most of those missing people Make a connection with their going missing with With the bigfoot right. I'm not I don't agree at least in whole with what he's saying. People go missing all the time and for various reasons people get hurt. people fall off cliffs People in many cases are never found. That doesn't mean that a bear Didn't or couldn't or didn't you know predate on them and kill them. Eat them drag them off into the you know what was left into rusher up into a tree or whatever I'm familiar with david's work I've met him on one occasion i just think that he's kind of gone to One option theory on everybody that goes missing in the woods. I mean we have since the faa. I'll put it this way. Since the federal aviation administration Came into service in the nineteen forties. They have tracked Every plane crash every plane route. Yeah they have on their books As of late seventy two missing aircraft sam's late nineteen forties well. It used to be seventy three as they found one actually to that'd be gone for that so we're keeping in mind this. This isn't a hiker that got lost. This is in some cases. Planes that had Half a dozen or more souls aboard that crashed on land Around the country that they never found right. They haven't found these planes. So we're going to have to have you come back this year. If you're interested we're about the english. Oh wow dude. I love you man. Here's your so direct. You have so much at a love that you're grounded. I i wanna say they want tonight. Been fun hundred. Ten recording of the big Thought travelers make sure of each other down up. If you're down. Grab another travel. Talk to communicate release which you got going on and just true why to help. Somebody put a smile hand. Give them direction virtue. Try to be a better version of yourself nights to our guest and good night to you on blog. Talk we thank you so much. Have a wonderful

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Patriots/Rams, Jalen Hurts, Dak + Baker's contracts, Cam Newton, Taysom Hill's future

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Patriots/Rams, Jalen Hurts, Dak + Baker's contracts, Cam Newton, Taysom Hill's future

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Cam said the team has to get better and quote is starts with me personally so auto vice do you blame cam newton for the patriots loss to the rams first off. Are you talking about bad boys. Will smith wasn't in miami vice ultra already know. I already know you all know game. Because you can't get the movies right but started more producers if we may just take a listen to marcela this terrible tang nudist has come for the last. I don't know six months six weeks. please can we. Can we just listen to him saying work. Here's a story about cam. Newton who was picked up by the patriots june twenty eighth. It was late late now. Caesar cam news the only sign of life. He's the only thing bubbling in this situation to make us stink. They have also hope this is cam. Newton don't look like that you forgot. Who cam newton. Is you want to resume check last. Time deduct trick yes. Cam is a franchise quarterback for the new england patriots. I talk to you need a whole week. Worth of perfect takes to atone for the accuracy to and tone for the heirs to atone for the blasphemy. To and tone for these stupidity of your taste around cam newton. Sorry you would have to get a hundred on your takes for the next two week just to get a passing class on takes now at by my answer the question unfortunately cam newton is in fought for the patriots off. Unfortunately because at the beginning of the season. I told y'all i love cam new granddad cam newton of person cam newton his swag cam newton his persona. I'm all for that. I'm on my style after cam. Newton however cam newton a football player. Komo y'all marcellus. Camping do two hundred passing yards yesterday. Problem eighty of them were to the other team widely. What is the safest offensive pass in football a screen. A screen is the safest pass a quarterback and throw in football and cam. Newton do not only an interception on a screen. A pick six on a screen is fully cam newton fault. No i'm not gonna say it's fully cam newton there. I go cam newton. The of the blame absolutely. He's going to get the brunt of the blame because we have looked past his errors in previous games as no longer time to look past. Those areas mar sellers widely. Here's how i'm going to end my first scorching hot lap. The patriots had five plays from the yard line. To score a touchdown second quarter. Fourteen minutes left. You're at the nine to five. Plays you call five consecutive running plays. Why 'cause you don't trust your quarterback cam newton that is why so yes. Unfortunately cam newton is to blame marcellus. If you have a take please go ahead okay. My take won't be as long as that. Take a take won't make me eat crow like you anticipate. I anticipated you coming out here with all the shots new. You're gonna come with body blows new. You're going come with them. Haymakers i was gonna bring my body armor. I remind myself i'll tell his punches. Don't hurt you could take them big dog. You've bigger to him. All of those punches out of Choke cam newton to blame for the loss. Yesterday yes but he wasn't the primary reason why they lost yesterday. Cam newton cam. Newton the worst part of this new england patriots team. Absolutely not. don't forget. He's the reason why we re set our expectations in the first place of about this team this year and potentially have been in the playoffs because of cam newton's performance. Let's talk about the real issues here. And i'm a list of mall one tied in production at all this entire year. Let's just be real about it. No high end wide receiver play. Let's talk about the run defense but let's start of visual l. Let's talk about the office line. I want to show you a clip of cam newton under duress yesterday. You tell me art show after this clip. What would you do in this circumstance. When michael brockers right in the middle he just comes up and just lots of at all. He's happy wraps Who does not cut him off at all. he's a he's not sure who he's blocking. Did you hear that choice. Did you hear that one thing. You don't cut me off just like he should have been cut off when i play. I have one thing to say. The wouldn't know my level of intelligence. If you were to continue to always cut me off not give me time to breathe not allow me to get my takeout fully like cam newton in that one play but it happened many times where he's not allowed to show his true ability because he's not giving proper amount of time now. Let me be a better person in this situation and allow you your time marcellus. I'm trying to protect you. like mobile. did when he put cam newton on a bench. I'm trying to protect the world from your tapes because had been so bad. I'm trying to put your takes on the bench marcellus and protect you from yourself marcellus. I'm trying to protect your terrible case from the terrible switch live intrinsically within the tape marcellus pete this new as well as i did and cam newton ache if i just don't turn the ball over we not. That's how we can win. These gains think about it last night. The rams they marched down the field. They scored seven. Oh they go down fueled again patriots. Hold only three points ten. You're thinking oh this might not be good. But then what are the patriots. Do the patriots do what they always do. They interception. They returned it to the thirty two yard line. Next thing you know running play there at the twenty yard. Line cam newton. It's time to execute the patriot way. We're going to get points off of our defensive turnovers but we're not cam. Newton is not only going to turn it over. he's going to turn it over for six marcellus wiley the week before against the chargers patriots. One forty five zero but the special teams. If can you wouldn't even have played in that game. Patriots still wanna one. Special teams scored twice more cam. Newton try to lose the game again. Arizona cardinals cam newton at eighty four passing yards cam. Newton had two interceptions but what happened the patriots defense did they think and the patriots scored twenty points against the cardinals. Seventeen roth defensive. Turnovers or big special teams plays marcellus. Not only his cam. Newton cost yesterday's game. You can look back and say cam. Newton cost them four to five games on the season. Forty niners denver broncos buffalo bills. I mean i can keep going if i must but marcellus. I can't protect you this whole show. So you're going to have to give a good take at some point in time so just try to start now if you will. I'm a whole that i can. I'm try big dog. And he tells me because i'm the only one with bad takes up. You're not even this is a bad take. It may be just a little off in terms of the calendar right now. Bad in would not a bed. Giants your new york football giants. God you're costing which take i have more. But i digress. Let's talk about my real. Take right here. You got cam newton on your team in your office. This is a muscle car. You who muscle cars tune them down. And what happened with cam. Newton this year is they put them into a situation and they try to them. Dale and i understand why they did this. Josh mcdaniels bill. Belichick the way dig about cam. Newton was only allowed to truly this year three times three times. Cam newton had thirty five or more pass attempts this year. What was their record in those three games one and two and two one victory was a close win over the jets. So damn near. Oh and three when cam was allowed to cook despite cam actually cooking six touchdowns only one interception but they loss more of those games than they won so bill checks. Sister says tune down the muscle. Car not tuneup to down a muscle car. I have some nuggets for you. Go come prepared. Because i thought this is going to be a tough battle. Let me give you who cam. Newton is this year with the patriots in a nutshell. Same completion percentage as the mvp candidate. Ben rothlisberger higher completion percentage then. Good winning quarterback. Tom brady ryan tannehill and the future of the nfl. Everyone keeps telling me in just in herbert and also joe burrow. But let's also talk about your new f- and baker mayfield. I wonder who has a higher completion percentage. I wonder who's more with the football when allow opportunities. Baker mayfield are cam. Newton dam answer is cam newton. I wouldn't ask the question. So you're talking about a guy who has a quarterback rating that has six points higher than your other best friend and carson wentz. At all. I hear from you is is not coursing winces folk but then when it comes to cam newton. All i hear is cam. Newton's the problem make make sense. I sir let me tell you a story that can never be more applicable marcellus wiley. Once upon a time. I was seeing this this this young lady and this young lady said hey manual. I'd like to make you meal so now. Let's just go out to dinner my treat. She said no. No no. I wanna cook that. I trust yours early on. i trust you. do you think all of a sudden marcellus wiley. I looked at the salmon. Salmon look good. I tasted it tastes great. I'll let the broccoli broccoli look good. I tasted it tasted great marcellus. I looked at the carrots. The cameras look good. But i tasted the carrots and true story. They tasted like andrew masirah. I i'm tripping. Maybe have some pancakes for breakfast. Maybe some leftovers. I thought i was trip and to taste another. I taste sarah. I look at her. And i say why. Do these carrots taste like syrup. She said i ran out sugar. So i started using sarah on the campus when i cook was asked good. A cook marcellus widely as cam. Newton is a cook the patriots do not let cam newton cook. They do not want carrots that tastes like syrup when cam newton are not only does he burn down the kitchen this year. The whole living room the whole house. The whole floor gets burnt down. What do i mean by passing touchdown to now. What ten interceptions. We haven't seen a stat line like that in forty years. Forty years marcellus. The only quarterback who stat line appears at atrocious was tr- for in his second year quarterback. This is cam. Newton and what his tenth year as quarterback marcellus wiley. Please marcellus vernon leaves. Do not ever say that cam. Newton has suffered because he has not been allowed to all. I will go there. I know that girls in your past and not your phone anymore because goodness that's hilarious. It might have had some racial truth about terrible racial undertones. You're supposed to be using angel. Momma no more girl which you talk about. Oh i'm sorry no i'm coming back at utah. I thought you were gonna knock me out. But i'm still breathing. I'm still alive. He'll ride cam newton in his situation. Let me tell you why. Right cam newton. You give me takes where you talk about cam. Newton totality this entire year. Not being able to cook not being allowed to cook because they don't trust him. You know what. I think that's happening really to cam newton that they're trying to hide cam newton in plain sight. I have a conspiracy theory. And i only say conspiracy theory because i don't have a source but i'm looking at the situation as say. Why would they have cam. Newton in system were when he actually was prolific as a passer but they didn't get optimal results. They will take it to this extreme. Remember cam newton only three games where he was allowed to throw the ball thirty five times or more carson wentz his sorry but was allowed nine games this year of thirty five or more past the tips. So they're not even the same if you're starting to say cam carson. I think the same at the bottom. No no no can't wasn't even given those same amount of chances and still came out better. Ding carson wentz in terms of statistics. Let's talk about cam. Newton and his two game winning drives this year his one fourth quarter comeback. Beat good teams. like miami. The raiders ravens the cardinals close losses to teams like the seahawks and buffalo. But we're going to throw him away according to you. We're not gonna do that. Show you know why. Because we're gonna listen to this conspiracy theory and it goes like this cam newton not a franchise you next year. That's gonna be pretty expensive. You know what i wanna do. Keep you around on a teen friendly. Let's say a continuity deal promise you the future with this franchise but also not price you out to a point where you're gonna go elsewhere and it's interesting what i think. That's a current because the best way for the patriots to go out there and win because they don't have receivers they don't have tight ends is the fact that you gotta let cam. Newton be a full arsenal of weapons and himself and they're not allowing that for some strange reason. I get it when you lose the seattle when you lose to houston and you say we let him cook. And we didn't get the optimal result. Which is a. W we're gonna pull it back but i shall be real about this. I'm looking at a situation where it seems like. he's being more undermine them fully supported you come. You see where. I'm coming from with that. Oh my god no i. Don't i want to do to save yourself and go to break because you were already drowning amongst your own words but now the to ask me a question. That's not rhetorical. I am forced to answer. Marcellus cam newton saved by the patriots. Because if they asked him to do more it would probably look even worse thankfully graciously. They are not asking him to do more. I'm proud of you. However because usually when you were dying in an argument you resort to three things you deflect what you did do but usually make fun of my physical appearance as my singleness only deflected. You were one for three. I'm proud of you at least you have grown. Hopefully at trust that cam newton his play will do the same wa. Who i really am. You said marcellus wiley. Oh you said marcellus vernon wide emmanuel. Excuse me emmanuel idiot show. I'm calling you because i understand. This is my last layer. I am struggling to make a great argument for cam newton. But you know what. I have one right. Here cam newton. You tell me can't cook thirty or forty four three ninety seven that cooking twenty six forty three sixty five is that cooking. Twenty seven to thirty five to seventy four only three games. I keep talking about where they allowed him. Cook is that cooking. Six tostados only interception. Is that cooking understand. There's a difference between outcome and performance but cam certainly should be saved in this situation allowed to drive going forward coming up at the top of the hour. Where not done talking cam newton. We'll tell you if his days as a franchise quarterback are over first jalen hurts is making his debut. Nfl starter sunday. We'll tell you if he'll provide spark for the eagles before yourself down on the car you decided. To upgrade your outdoor deck see ordered the essentials. A power washer a set of patio chairs and shiny new grill. And you used your bank of america. Cash rewards credit card choosing to earn three percent cashback on online shopping or up to five point two five percent as a preferred rewards member. Would you put towards the cost of your most essential deck edition a bird feeder apply for years at bank of america dot com slash more rewarding copyright twenty twenty bank of america corporation. What's up speak for yourself. 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The rookie quarterback will be facing the saints that a second in total defense and has won nine straight gangs thought so expect jalen hurts to provide a spark against the sites. Do big dog. I said this all along. I expect jalen hurts to go in there. Provide a spark in the nfl in college and in most forms of football. I twelve to fifteen plays offensively are scripted. That means they already know the plan. They know what they want to run. They know how they want to execute. It jalen hurts. You really don't have on him. So this saints defense is going to be grasping for straws. Not sure how they're going to be able to play jalen hurts or the eagles gonna come out and do different things. Eagles gonna come out and completely show you totally different. Looks jalen hurts. Will in fact provide a sport. But i have said this all along. I don't need a spark. I need to be set ablaze. I need the eagles offense to be on fire. This is what we do not realize when we are so infatuated with with new things and we are infatuated with limited excitement. We don't realize that we're changing some of our approach which enhances the excitement is. Well what do i mean. Head coach for the philadelphia eagles. Doug peterson he said. Hey we're going to come out and really try to establish the run this week. Why don't you do that. With carson wentz miles sanders is third in the nfl in yards per carry but he's twentieth in the nfl rushing attempts. So now doug peterson you're going to do what would have benefited carson wentz. Because you now have jalen hurts again. Marcellus brought this relationship example with carson wentz being replaced by jalen hurts because it is legitimate when you go on a date with somebody for the first time surely the conversation will be special. You don't know their favorite color. You don't do for a living. You don't know what their parents do. You can talk about any and everything so yes when the eagles look at jalen hurts for the first time the first series the first two series. I assume it will be special. The eagles haven't seen and the saints haven't seen anything like jalen hurts far. However i'm looking for a spark to set ablaze. I'm not looking for a spark. Just for spark sake. I think jalen hurts is going do well in this situation provide a spark that will lead to ablaze interesting. You keep saying that but at the same time before you run you gotta learn to walk. And i think this is a situation where i'm going to be okay. With the fundamental level of jalen hurts will present to this team just in their imagination. Just an expectations. Everything has been reset. Think about it there on a four game losing streak or they been score more than seventeen points a game. Guess what jalen i hurston. Walk out there play. A part of this complementary football and established to run gave us his mobility as an asset. throw the football. He's been out there in terms of yards per tip nine point one yards at a tip on sunday some carson winston done in two years. So jalen hurts just by. His presence is going to be a sport that sets the blaze with everyone else on the team because they will become contagious. I've meant to quarterback controversies. Before would doug flutie and rob johnson think. We were only three team all sudden. We switched a quarterback. We couldn't lose a game. It felt like we end up tennis six and make the playoffs. So i'm looking at this situation as a mirror image as parallel to it. But i'm looking at the eagles as a whole as they just need this infusion of enthusiasm sometimes that's all it takes our show mind over matter. I understand. we're all big ralph fast. We're all strong. We all are into our scheme and trying to do our best but sometimes you just need that wakeup call or that change. That can spark everyone else to play better than they've been playing to this point. We gotta bring in somebody who knows that thinking about this fox. Nfl analyst bookie brooks bucky expect jalen hurts to provide a spark against thanks. Oh absolutely he's gone. The house on fire. He's set it on fire. Because i think this is the perfect opportunity for the eagles to reset now joke and laugh because we said their wash their heart garbage. Who about four weeks. We can dispose of it. But then we got a real quarterback coming into the game now. Doug peterson to expand his mind and his playbook. Because i want you to go all the way back to the draft and shortly after jenna hers was drafted howie. Roseman talked about. We want to be a quarterback factory. We want to produce quarterbacks because in a way he felt like they had the midas touch because they had taken carson winston he went from number two overall pick to playing at a level that was considered to be mvp level. Then you had nick foles. Who went from german back to being the super bowl. Mvp that they had the secret sauce to be able to get any quarterback up in going. So when i look at jalen hurts. I think is important to remember. Doug peterson said we want to be able to do. Some of these tastes emil like things. Well i'm glad you brought that up. Because when i at tasting here when tastes meal was coming out of byu. He was a known for his passing prowess. He was his running ability. He ran for twenty eight hundred yards. It'd byu yours. Jalen hurts man. Four and three years thirty two hundred and he's accomplished runner than tesa meal. And so when you look at the way the new orleans saints play they're playing complementary they're rushing for over two hundred yards per this will encourage doug peterson to run the ball. Because i heard you guys talk about mouth sanders averaging five yards per attempt attempt when now you have to run is in the backfield and change the way that deep has to play a think you'll see them lean into the run and everybody will play better because they're now playing a more conservative style of football is more conducive to winning so i don't necessarily disagree with bucky brooks but that's my probably doesn't that i agree together because say but because bucky said this the eagles are going to change their style of play and play more conservative football if you would have done that with carson wentz then i think results would have been different as well now. I'm not going to get into the ifs and buts where candies. And i'm not gonna get into all of that. What i'm gonna get into his this but he brooks if you go out there if you go out there and you have a spark right. You don't need a spark unless you're going to go rhino and even if you do go for no with the philadelphia eagles you still got hope. The giants in washington go into their last four games just to make the playoffs. If you have the spark even if the spark leave to three and wine you better hope the giants lose three more games to make the playoffs. So you all are wishing for a spark. Geller hoping for us. Part what i'm trying to tell you is when nick foles came in two thousand eighteen replace carson wentz. That wasn't a spark. Nick foles offense on fire. He looked team on fire. Eagles were five and six falls. Went four and one down. the stretch. Eagles went nine and seven made the playoffs. That wasn't a spark. My problem with all of this jalen hurts. Converse uh spark a spark. The eagles don't need a spark. They need a miracle. Carson wentz's shown he can provide a miracle last year five and seven for no down the stretch nine and seven playoffs but a spark in and of itself is not enough and over trying to marry that worse sparked like that's his limit. That's just what the expectation is. Because they don't wanna put too much pressure on a youngster and his first full time start. Stop trying to get us all. Lost in that conjecture right. There spark could burn down entire force. Just a little spark acres and acres of trees doll. How did it start. It was a spark. That's how this can happen to philadelphia and let's talk about the spark that's necessary you keep talking about this forest fire and his blaze course. Listen his four game losing streak fifty five percent. Completion percentage can jalen hurts. Play better than that. How about forty three touchdown interceptions. Ken jalen hurts do that. What about being sacked. Eighteen times in jalen hurts. Cut that down. Some what about passer rating at seventy two pedestrian can jalen hurts. Do more than that absolutely is set up perfectly form going against the saints defense number two defense in the nfl. What could be more rewarding if you go out there and see a team that's coming with the number two defense and a nine game winning streak and all the conversation of they can't be beat with their starter or their backup and then jalen goes out there and says well let me get a try at it. Let me just try to provide a spark and let everyone else around me. Ignite as start this infernal. That's how i'm looking at this situation. And doug peterson knows this. Because doug peterson is throwing a hail mary as well he realizes that they're married financially to carson wentz. But he's come to the realization. That hey i may lose the locker room and you know what i may lose. A guy or two in terms of my choice of going with jalen hurts over carson wentz. But i'm not gonna lose my job without a fight and the fight. That doug peterson hasn't him is putting jalen hurts out there to fight for him and the rest of the team you know. It's funny because i don't know if joe is a guy that gets in the kitchen. I heard him talk about that bad meal that he had with the engine mama terrorist. I fasi myself as a grill master and so when you talk about a spark sometimes you got light. The grill with a spark. And what can you have if you can cook but you gotta light it up so you light it up so you can get the meat going right now. The philadelphia eagles haven't been able to cook and so long because the message that ahead of course wiz. He keeps dropping the meat on the ground ball per day. Oh they just don't make it happen thing is not done this. He has done this before. Doug peterson has had to go to the bullpen. Numerous times rescue. What in west has done. He's been hurt. He's been unavailable. So we had to turn the nick foles and when he turned the nick foles. He found a way to get right because he dug into grace. He found back pages of the playbook so now here he is again here. Digging it back to the playbook to try and save up because the starting quarterback gang get it done so yes we will get a chance to the jalen hurts. And all his majesty. This up is shut has been brought you. Because of quarterback defeat shoe is simple but the. I don't care if you go get the best Candle and matches and the best lighter and lighter fluid and charcoal care if you get all that. The meat is expired. See what. I realized this. You got some receivers alshon jeffery who showed up this year and it appears that they expired. But the bronx. I've realized that some of the receivers some of the some of the produce. Sean jackson has tampered with so it does not matter what you light. It doesn't matter. How many times your light did it works in your throat. A matching nair if the produce has been tampered with and if it's been expired it still is not quality nor have any of these things for cam. Same arguments began. Maybe i missed a segment. Where my that. no no. because here's why because he'd why bucky brooks. Because tom brady did with these same people four. Maybe that's why maybe because maybe because with the same running back stable they were twelve and four maybe because with a similar receiver state. Well they were twelve and four. Maybe that is. Why bucky brooks. Maybe just maybe interesting. I'll know we're also grew up but if you came to my house a mama is old boy to shut up. That looks good. You bet riddick. That's how we roll you. Get that day. Our pitch for sunday's fox super six contests download the free fox super six now and play along with sticking with the eagles there at home against the saints in one of the matchup this week. So oculus here it is. Who do you like about. How many dalen hurts will provide sport. 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The remember go to legacybox dot com slash save s. a. v. e. and save sixty percent while supplies last star saturday strong with a rocky mountain rivalry on box number twenty one colorado look to secure spots pac twelve championship when they host utah starts the big new kickoff at ten. Am eastern followed by big noon. Saturday only on fox welcome back carson. Wentz signed a massive four year. Deal last year with the eagles. But now he's headed to the bitch for our show over in dallas. Dak prescott was playing under the franchise tag but had a season ending injury back in october. Despite what's going on in philly cowboys executive steven jones said the eagles situation doesn't affect their thoughts on deck. He said quote. We're not nervous to sign. That i think is makeup is all the right things. He's an amazing man off the. He's a great leader in our locker room. A great player. And that's why we've wanted to sign him long turn but he is back with us. But i choke are you buying the cowboys aren't nervous about signing debt tool fellas. You ever remember how you're supposed to give somebody criticism right. You're supposed to start with something. Nice then in the middle speak the truth. Tell them what you really want to sell them. And then you end with something nice as well like that's how you're supposed to deliver a rough message. That's the rule of thumb see. Stephen jones gave us the numbers he started with the lie. Then he gave us the truth that he ended with the li-. We're not nervous to sign back. Stop lying steven. Jones marcellus mbeki. The cowboys are definitely nervous to sign that prescott. I'll give you three reasons. Why the first reason he's coming off of an injury regardless of how young he is regardless of how injury Non injury prone he is regardless of. How strong and tuffy is coming off an injury that in and of itself is rooms for being nervous the second reason within your own division. You've seen a quarterback say major dak prescott show just as much if not more promise in that prescott on the cusp of winning an mvp. Two three years ago that is carson wentz and now fall off a cliff and become bent. That's the second reason. The third reason is you know first hand jerry jones and steven jones all the players. That shaw pay. They forget how to play you saw with demarcus lawrence. You saw with zeke. Our mind joel were if we got the full screens soon as the cowboys players get paid. They instantly stopped performing demarcus lawrence. He had given what thirty fifteen twenty five bought sacks and his first couple of performances in his first two years then he gets paid all of a sudden after getting paid. You see five sacks then you see four and a half this year then you got zeke. I really don't even gotta show y'all because if y'all got is y'all been watching it. But zeke leaves the nfl in rushing and then he falls off and falls off and falls off as soon as he gets paid. So that's the third reason nervous they seen carson wentz be baller fall off. They don't want to pay another player and have them fall off. And he's coming off an injury fellas autumn reasons. Good reasons to be nervous. Ooh you talking about lies. Uses total big line. I know why our body language expert would tell me that you were lying entire. Because i asked you the question. You know the first thing you did you went like this are moving here. I was not show and then the lives started to come out of your mouth. You're crazy. I'll show yes. Of course dak prescott deserves the big deal. And they're not nervous about giving it to them. They already offered him a thirty five million dollar deal. The only issue is they wanna be more committed to him. That he wants to commit to them and autos going try misconstrued at as they're nervous. No they're only nervous because that's trying to get a four year deal get out of there and re said his value where they're like no we want to lock you into five years because we know how much we love you if you can't take them on their words and you can't take them on their actions. Then what can you take them on. I'll tell you keep bringing up points. That makes no sense. Because stephen jones went out there and already told you. Our issues are in our negotiations with deck wanting to be more committed and terms of the length. That's simple was that it's not about the length of the contract to deck as much as it is about the actual amount and live to debt. Those two things cannot be separated. Please stop trying to do that. That's a misconstruing of this situation. So i look at deck who is who. Oh my god tenth. Most passing yards in. Nfl history through his first sixty nine games and he said it in career passing rating. And you're trying to tell me that. This is not a guy as justified the mount of money that they've already offered them. That is more than any of us even anticipated and the price tag continues to go up there. Not nervous about side of that. There's nothing to be nervous about. I think if anything. They're more confident now that they've seen their team completely implode and then he is being out of the lineup this year. Debt prescott lease the league in four hundred yard games and he only played five games. He's has the most at your game in the league. He hasn't played in almost two months. And then when. I look at this team. But every metric he has proven to the cowboys that he is the right guy for the job when they wanted him to play. A game manager does first three years. He logged on. Got thirty two wins when they've asked him to do more a what about your individual statistics. Last year. he went from forty nine hundred years this year. He was on pace for more than six thousand passing yards. I think he's really clear and apparent that press got the right guy. He's the right guy for them. They miss him. We saw this team. There was hanging by a thread early in the year. Completely fall apart. I think now more than ever. They realized that number four is the right guy to be the face of the franchise going forward. Kind of three bucks please. I'd love to talk to these. These lovely elder statesman congruence bucky. Reminded me sir. Where did you go to college please. University of north carolina chapel hill okay. Unc okay so then. I'll defer again to marcellus as far as educational questions. Marcel does been is when that press got started and finished games. The cowboys were one in three. So if they were one and three over the first four games with dak prescott is the starter out for sixteen games. What were the cowboys record had been komo marcel. I always before in twelve a that prescott where to stay. Healthy pasted on four and twelve cowboys. What are they now. The region's nine okay. So it looks like they're on pace to go four and that's weird weird. That prescott was healthy. They were on pace to go forward. Twelve dak prescott. There's still going to go forty. It's crazy to me. Let me get to my point. The other reason the cowboys are nervous as because bucky brooks. You don't just do something to do something. Let me tell you marcellus. The only reason. I i wish i grew up in your generation at times was because things were a little more and people were a little more trustworthy in this day and age. Sometimes people wanna get married just to say they get married. They wanna get married. Because i just want to check the box you know. I got my job about my house. I guess now. It's time to check that box to say. I did it. Well in the nfl. You don't buy your pay. A franchise quarterback franchise term money. Just to say you did it jerry. Jones doesn't just want to say well. We got a franchise quarterback to where keeping up with you. Patrick mahomes no. You pay a franchise quarterback in the sign a franchise quarterback without any doubt in your mind with the goal of winning a championship. A super bowl making an nfc championship at the minimum. That is why you do it. Not just to say you did it. So if you're the cowboys and you realize man even with dak prescott is great as he is. We were going to go four and twelve without him. We're about to go four and twelve even dak prescott. As great as he was last year no injury we went eight. Nate missed the playoffs without him. More still not about to make the playoffs. Okay but it was jason garrett fault. Well no because the team jason garrett went to they're about to make the playoffs with backup quarterback so even with that prescott as good as he is. We're now going to pay him long-term money just to do now. It's no slight on prescott. We just have to be honest with the fact that you have to be nervous to sign that press time be we have to be nervous designed crisci. I find that funny right. Because i didn't hear you expressed worry or concern about the shawn watson getting paid but there we are shawn watson is leading a poor team but he's playing at a high level must like that prescott was playing at a high level. This shawn watson has led his team to a championship game new super bowl but he got his money which is up there. Not quite a pet mahomes level book lows. And when i look at the numbers that show watson that put his numbers are comparable to what dak prescott on twitter and i would even argue a deck prescott has been more impressive from a production standpoint. So i don't really know because every time. Replay this football scrimmage. You tend to move the goalpost. And i can't determine is it. How di wins. Is it numbers. I just wanna know. What am i waiting quarterback off of. Because when i leave the flavor historically one of the worst deepest we have ever seen tried out there. I just don't know how you can play both sides. Do you want to play both ways. I just don't know what you want to be able to do. No let me tell you marcellus and bucky because this is for both the. Oh you're always accused me of moving the goalposts. That's not the case. I just moved further back. And i still knock it right down. The uprights don't posted. I move in on just moving myself. Further back making my takes even more difficult and they feel right between both of them. Look like this. It's not the goal post bucky brooks go post to stay right there. Your boy just got a leg man. That's a damn shame to move the goalposts. He ain't even strong so go post and putting improperly moved to go post a lot of times. Let's just be real about it. You talk about jerry. Jones should have some anxiety. Because he's overpaid other guys so otto you have anxiety of buying a new home because your friends overpaid for. There's like like you trying to make a comparison that makes no sense in this situation. You look at those what you learn from him and he knew better and just doing better is looking at deck and his production giving him what he deserves. You move to go post and start talking about health. Oh he's hurt now and durability. I don't know what is going to be return about carson carson. Which ms thirteen of his seventy games but still got mostert before. This season started that miss zero gains before this season started. But you still wanted to move to go from health and overpaying to now let's talk about production and bucky carts you there because he brought up to watson when you bring up watson it's interesting that debt prescott says twenty nine thousand nine because i took out the early part of next career. Because i know you watch. Oh you always say look at his rookie year and he wants thirteen games. Totem numbers out. Okay let's throw them out to shot watson versus dak prescott since two thousand nineteen dak prescott more passing yards. Dak prescott averaged more total yards per game more passing touchdowns per game equal in passing yards per attempt. I don't know what else we can move to go post but you need a move him by bank. 'cause dak prescott goes show up to get his money jerry. Jones stephen jones all beater to have a party with you. I'd show coming up. Baker mayfield grounds are on a four game winning streak. We'll tell you he's earned a long term deal in cleveland. Sal welcome back to speak for yourself. Baker mayfield is coming off a career game career half and has helped lead. The browns to four straight wins rows. Jim buried phrases quarterback this week saying quote certainly deserves a lot of credit for the work that he's put in earlier this year very wouldn't say it. Baker was cleveland franchise or the future bakers on a rookie deal and is eligible for an extension after the season back but baker earned a term deal from the browns baker. Absolutely has and it's crazy. I'm not gonna say. I've done a one eighty baker mayfield. But i'll be honest. i never down about a one. Sixty one sixty five fellas that was drafted to the cleveland. Browns i understand just how difficult it is to live there as a young adult. Who's coming from a college town where you are the man. I understand just how difficult it may be to excel. They're in a city in foreign territory. Lake effect snow lake effect. Everything is tough. Not only is baker mayfield at but he has the browns thriving at nine in three fellas jimmy hassle the owner of the cleveland browns and before the season say hey. I promise you will be nine and three but you got extend baker mayfield. You think he would take that deal. He absolutely would take that deal. And every browns fan before the season would have been ecstatic to take that deal. Baker mayfield's earned it. Let's call the spate of spain. We understand that to succeed in. Cleveland is obviously more difficult than it is to succeed anywhere else. Otherwise we would see more success. In cleveland baker mayfield has done it. Kudos to him. He deserves to be paid. I don't think he deserves to be paid a long term deal because their actions and even their words earlier this season he hasn't even earned a short term deal. He hadn't even earned the fifth year extension yet. But now we're talking long term after one half of tremendous football like hear all this conversation we we could go. I hear this month ago. But the but now i'm hearing this all the time when week and it's crazy because they were on a four game win streak earlier this year and now find themselves again on a four game winning streak so we're starting to pick up. Steam cars the baker mayfield conversation and no one knows how this four game winning streak is going to continue or they played a baltimore ravens on monday. We'll see well. How did the last one in when people were starting to talk that. Talk and pick up this team of baker mayfield. That's what happened to them. They played the pittsburgh steelers and law seven to thirty eight so in this situation. I wonder where the conversation will go out show. If all of a sudden he gets smacked by the baltimore ravens or something else going down to lie. Which makes you go back to where you thought. Baker mayfield was for most of the season and consistent as simple as that so no he has earned a long term deal. Because no one's even been on record talking long term fact. They haven't even been on record yet talking short term deal for baker mayfield. Yeah i think it's a wait and see situation when it comes to baker mayfield. This is a team that has been winning. They've been winning because they're running game and the defense they play your certain style while i would love to have continuity at the quarterback spot. I just don't know how we can quantify how much baker mayfield deserve. It deserves now if he comes to the office and he says hey. I want to be here long term. And i'm willing to take maybe a jimmy g. Deal or dairy car deal. Something that is below market value absolutely signed him up because he's a complementary piece to what we're doing offensively but if he's looking for one of these deals at put them up there in that the shawn watson pet mahomes category no baker mayfield. You're going to have to improve it. Not only this year but you have to prove it next year. Because we're going to be a little more frugal when it comes to expenditure at quarterback position because we need to make sure that you can carry it as a truck and you're not just hitching a ride as they trailer when it comes to this offensive movement. I respect that bucket one thing. I haven't stolen much from you. But i love the take of. Are you a truck or your trailer. I am very fond of that tape. But i think we have to admit this year. We gotta stop underestimating trailers. When you say trailer. I mean the team is pulling you when you say truck that means you were pulling the team. I'm just explaining for people who haven't heard you make that take before. Think about this. Bucky brooks cam newton. He's lost the patriots four to five games this year carson wentz. He's lost the eagles three to five games this year. We have to start to realize in football. Not only do we like when you win games but please also let's start to give some credence to not losing games as well. We are seeing with our very own is more than ever quarterbacks losing games this year so if baker mayfield this not losing games and the browns are winning games. I'm gonna plod baker for that. It's not that i'm mowing bar. What i'm doing is more accurately assessing the quarterback position in this day and age. Thing about this bucky. You can make a real argument. Bit baker mayfield's has been the most impressive this year. What do i mean by that. We seen aaron rodgers. Go crazy before we've seen patrick. Mahomes go crazy. Before we've seen chiefs quarterbacks go crazy. Before we've seen packers quarterbacks go crazy before we've seen a quarterback in tampa bay put up five thousand yards just last year. We've seen tom brady ball this year. But what have we not seen. A browns quarterback ball baker mayfield. Can we throw up this full screen please. Because i was astounded. When i saw this baker mayfield if i'm not mistaken has a top five passer rating and browns history. He has a number two passer rating. In brown's here eighty like that. That's what you will say what you will. But here's my point to kill the full screen. Because i talked about the again. I used to think what you thought. Lucky but remember when where does baker mayfield play. We give credence to phil dawson. One of the greatest kickers in nfl history. Not just because he was a great kicker. Because he had to kick in cleveland outside and those elements you know. Bucky brooks drew. Brees is not the same inside that dome as he is outside in the elements. So is baker mayfield passer rating ninety sure but baker mayfield. Also doing it in a place. That's harder to do it in. Just go back and watch that. Brown's raiders game. I believe that was in cleveland and other games this season. All of them say it. Is you got a great baker mayfield on a curve. I've realized that. I think you need to with well hail boy. I wish i was graded. And then i look back as an adult and i'm so glad i wasn't. I'm glad there was a standardized testing to make sure that didn't judge just based on my low cow or the school i went to. It's crazy you have in this conversation graham on curve. Oh so you could be a smart kid at the best school and then you think you smarter than you really are. Well baker mayfield to the nfl big dogs. Well we going great job the same. That's why we have statistics out here. We're not gonna let you just go the worse program. I was a cleveland brown. Lukasz smart i am i gotta cleveland. Yeah that's hot a c minus everywhere else dummy. So here's the situation if you look at it strictly looking at cops. I'm not gonna go on this curve. I'm not ride the wave. i'm not looking at him different. Because his jersey's different words organizations different. I'm going to talk about someone who was a former number two pick who had a season like this baker mayfield's having on his resume maybe even better in his second year team won innoc- north with a twelve four record that season. He had a six down game. Lit up made the pro bowl and his team to bear. Said no thanks to your fifth year. Option and number two overall pick mitch trubisky. Now you can look at mr bisky after that second year. So he's been in declined despite putting a winning quarterback record numbers but still in decline in terms of his production in terms of its performance. Are you really going to risk to bay get baker mayfield long-term deal and potentially put them in a mitch trubisky situation. How no that's a scary cup league. Hey i'm a ride this baker mayfield. Gimme consistency consistent excellence. Then we'll talk long term. Only real let me put this in real life for you. I'm gonna put this real life for you in high school. I went to a school called saint mar school texas number one private school in texas number eight in the nation true story. I was the dumbest kid in my class. Dumbest kid in my class out. A two eight my freshman year i finished out with a cumulative. Three point two. We had kids composing music at the age of sixteen. The spelling bee winner was in the great above me in my school. True story does class. I get to college and all of a sudden. I'm like the smartest person mayor. Why marcellus because i was being judged differently so by the time i actually was being judged as i should have been being assessed and i should have been assessed all of a sudden i thrive i found success and i would say my life turned out pretty well but you judge me like y'all are trying to judge baker mayfield and not counter and calculate all the other external forces. Then you will also live your life believing. Baker mayfield is actually worse than he truly is. I need to start to realize wait a second. This do baker mayfield doing something that is literally not been done in cleveland since nineteen ninety four dudas them on pace to win eleven games. Open up your eyes and see. Baker is baldwin and deserves some bread. I just know you wouldn't have got into carolina with the to go somewhere. Hey man i'm proud proud of all. He's this to be a real smart as one in this box office. Second smart is you can even get into you trust. I'll tell you what the texas q. Test monday to test lie. Come came all at last night's loss tell you if his days at the franchise. Qbr over your self can't give no speech. Let's get back to cam. Newton for big story bad a game to forget last night in a blowout loss to the rams patriot for the only three points and camp to six. Then he was benched in the fourth. Quarter bill belichick said quote camps. Our quarterback lucky is back. And we'll start with two stays at a franchise quarterback over this. This is tough for me right. Because i'm akiem i'm akiem fan and i love everything. He camera presents but is getting harder and harder to stay. You know cameras going to be a franchise quarterback cam stays. You may be relegated to be an abridged quarterback at this time. I think he will be resigned by the new england patriots. It will be the starter. But i just don't know if i can go all out of go all their superman pos and do all those things. I'm really really sad about it is. It's been very disappointing to see my guy. The superhero just. i mean. He's just a shell of himself. You know i know as we get older and stuff like that it changes but right now man. Kam is looking like muhammad ali with mustache. And i just don't know i just don't know how to qualify. So i'm hoping you can turn it around these last few games. But it's hard for me to say to cam is still the franchise quarterback. oh man. can i just get. Can i get a two-shot with bucky please. Okay yeah lucky. Bucky can we. Can we please just have a moment of silence. This became okay. I feel you bucky up you feel about camps career like i felt about that tyson. Roy jones fight this. I'm always watched. Tyson fight always will. Because i love i am mike mike kanai neier. No more he looking. They'll pliable i and might look like bono's plastic. Might you know cam. Newton cam that. I loved the cam. I've told y'all before cam. Newton cam chancellor where my favorite players in the league for like five years running kam. Chancellor retire to all ahead to hold onto was cam. Newton his franchise days are over fellas. If you're a general manager are you looking at cam. Newton and saying yeah. I want hip if you're if you're running team are you looking at cam. Newton and saying you gotta have me one at the fact that matter is you're not i'm emma take like this. Marcel osama sadists the patriots. Were the only team that considered cam. Newton a started this year the patriots of bench cam newton in the middle of games twice. So i just can't do any deductive reasoning to figure out. How cam newton. We'll be a franchise. Quarterback going forward hurts my heart boys amid song. Both you guys and listening to do i at the end of the road omar sellers. Ain't they empty bathroom in right now. So those acoustics is coming from that bad boys. Good lord. don't ever do that again. Dog cam newton is not done as a franchise quarterback. Let me give you the reasons. Why cam newton. We just heard to argue. That baker mayfield is a long term deal and cleveland. Now he based a lot of that over the cover of them being nine at three and not the performance of baker. Mayfield necessarily himself. Okay that makes sense if you win. Hey keep the complementary piece. I get all that well. Baker mayfield is your completion percentage this year. Are you more accurate with the football dan. Cam newton is this year. No wait a minute you mean. You're not as accurate as cam. Newton the guy who's got bits waste. No i'm not. Actually i'm not all right. Let me pull this back and let me start to use some relationship advice in this situation. I noticed that play. Two things are the most important building block for any relationship communication and trust talk about the communication real quick. He just got their dammit a few months ago. Cam newton was a free agent to a workout videos g. Now he's a new england patriot trying to learn a patriot. Wage that fast him. Instagram model cam new instagram. We're not. He won all season shirt but on the field is a little different. Because they don't have. The communication cam is not deepen the volumes of this playbook just yet but this talk about why he's not because of trust. I keep bringing up three gangs where they said. Let cam cooked and ate lost. Two of those three and the third one was barely win over the jets like that close win over the jets. So they're like we didn't let this do cook and let me tell you why they won't let them cook. Now we gotta go into bella. Checks devious mine where he wants to hide cam and plain sight. I'm telling you this last night. How many pass attempts to cam have in a game that they weren't really in much of this game if not all of it like we saw from the hello that the rams were going to overpower that team. How many positives sixteen. Wait a minute in the. Nfl isn't the equation. If you're down you throw the ball more not less. But they're not you know why because bella check is sitting there saying you know what i won't cam newton to be high value to us on the inside but maybe outside you guys keep guests in a questioning. Who cam newton miss. This is a situation where they know. They're not winning the super bowl now. It seems like they're not making the playoffs. They're going back to the expectations. They had in the off season and reminding themselves next year. We get sixty million dollars plus salary cap money. We'll have cam. Newton own a low low deal because these performances right and continuity with cam. That's the master plan at play. If anyone has anything to deter me from thinking that way speak now or forever holds a piece. I think chasing the wrong one. I just think you're on the wrong. They got i think. Cam cam is on the road. Like rg three right now and it faze me you know. Rg three was my guy for a minute. But i think cam is on that way because when we look at an excuse he doesn't have the same amount of talent he doesn't have the offense align the playmakers and all of those things but at some point you have to look at it with your eyes and there's something wrong when i look at campus. He just doesn't look like the same guy and he's always had awkward motion. And you also would have some warm burners and those things but man. It's just tough is tough win. Every time i'm watching the game he drops back to pass. I'm wincing looking at. I'm looking at the game through my fingers. Just hoping that he doesn't turn it over. And i just don't know if there are many general managers head coaches there. Want to sign up for that life because that life is hard. And even though he has eleven rushing touchdowns. He's had ten or more rushing touchdowns three times in his career and he's going to be arguably one of those guys that we talk about is goal. Jackie gatt due to his russian prowess. I just don't see him in that same light. I don't know how he's going to age at this position. Is a franchise quarterback man stop. No tight is no receivers bad line at least in spot. Duty fewer turnovers in tom. Brady russell wilson and he'll boy carson wentz. Yeah it's over for cam newton. How dare you alternative boys and men off coming up. Tasting hill is off to a great start as the saints quarterback. But we'll tell you if he can be heir-apparent to drew brees next. Speak for yourself rolling back to speak for yourself. New orleans is the hottest team in the. Nfl tastes hill. Is a big reason why you'll have six total touchdowns in his three starts at quarterback and kept the saints nine game winning streak going athletic reports bills performance have bolstered the team's confidence steady flow eventual heir apparent to drew brees. Big words so. I chose to the saints view. Tastes them as the heir-apparent I do not think that they should take them his phenomenal job. Three starter take some hill. He's actually incredibly unique. If you look at exactly what he's accomplishing. He's one of three quarterbacks to have a seventy percent. Completion percentage in his first three starts With the minimum number of temps along with jimmy. Garoppolo devlin cottages. He's one of only three quarterbacks. Along with tim tebow and robert griffin to have over five hundred passing yards and one hundred fifty rushing yards in their first three starts so i applied and i lot exactly what tastes hills accomplishing. Just because you are unique or in some sort of limited edition category does not mean. You are necessary. Big dog marcellus wiley. You know my brother. He's a friend of the show at this point in time about a year ago. He was like a bro. I gotta get this limited edition. Car is going for eighty five thousand dollars now. It's not a luxury car. I was a little confused like sam. What's so special about this. Car is limited edition. They're only like fifty of them in the united states. I'm like okay. Say but don't spend so much money on car just because it's limited a if it ain't that nice well lo and behold he. He bought the car and he ended up. Trading it in just because tasting hill is unique or limited. Edition does not mean that he is the future for the new orleans saints. He's done some great things. Three no kudos to him phenomenal job and limited amount of time. I would not commit to him. As the franchisors the future going forward. I would certainly commit to woman least. Give them the opportunity to take them. Hill has earned that not given to them being on the bench but actually been out there being being great. Oh money down as you pointed out. He has earned that and remember. We're asking here we're asking. Should he beat hair apparent to drew brees. Absolutely because he's earned opportunity heir-apparent just means you're next in line acho. We don't know what he's to do with the opportunity. We don't know if he's fully ready for the long term hall a what that looks like as being a potential franchise quarterback but he deserves the opportunity to be next. Absolutely sean payton has been raving about this guy. When no one else knew was or cared who he was. So sean payton already has him in terms of trust in terms of knowing his ability and believing him to the point where we're at now starting to see that but all princes don't arrive king ready think about that. I got too many kids. I watched lion king about three thousand times and symbol was not king ready from day one. But you know what happened. Simple god goddess game right. Got us my right and has something to fight for. Taste some hill and this old but finally get an opportunity to start you. Imagine when you're injured thirties. This is your first real chance to show what you can do. Oh my god. I haven't veteran mentality. Soak it all in from drew brees and now assure turn i know that he's earned it and now he's going to be giving it. Whenever you make a big decision. My thing is you have to run a cost benefit analysis. What is taste some hill and the style of play taste hill brings costing you remember you committed. I want to say seventy million dollars. Alvin kamara your star. Twenty six year old running back with drew. Brees is the starter kamara averages. One hundred twenty six scrimmage yards with tasted hill is the starter kamar. Averages sixty four scrimmage yards with drew brees is a starter alvin. Kamara seven points four receptions game with tastes hills the starter alvin kamara. One reception again are running back and second best in the nfl. Catching the ball out. The backfield is now rendered useless because of tastes him hill k. Somehow clearly add several benefits to the same softens. The question is what is the loss incurred by having tasted hill. Was your starter in the offense as well. The same taft way in three games. You got the same amount of wins. This carson wiz. He'll be coming up. Okajima sham newton after the patriots. Bad loss last night. That's next sale before we go. Ogle jimmy is here cam. Newton had a rough coming rough game last night. And i hear you have some advice. Form go ahead. Would you do me. A favor broke as soon as you get back off duty. Oh man would you punch wildly. Straighten them out for me. Can blast me mixing the name. Baker mayfield in the same breath as cam newton. Let me tell you something you know as well as i do. Cam newton wish he had half the commercials baker. Mayfield yourself males cam newton cam. Newton had officer blind. That project team black baker mayfield visible. I tell you about that time from cam. Newton uncomfortable conversations with that group of asians that he calls his office off any straight out. Pay in black lives matter. What a hannity office of lying. Miami beat up all cam. Newton and made him look worse innate practicing jason's state thank. Oh you kill them off.

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Ep. 507: Two Texans Talking About Texas

Don't Worry About The Government

1:37:02 hr | 2 weeks ago

Ep. 507: Two Texans Talking About Texas

"Yeah ladies and gentlemen hello again and welcome back to. Don't worry about the government. My name is chris. Dovan brenno joining me on the show. Today is bryant halverson. Vote you. And i are now at eddie. Restored state A very restored bright halverson. And i'm a fully hydrated chris november. No i guess i'm restored in that I can now sleep with a little bit of peace at night knowing there's no more pins and needles over when the electricity may go out or come back whether or not a pipe does or doesn't burst Whether or not a tree falls onto the roof and through the roof I believe those sorts of questions are over and so now i can begin the Dilemma of whether or not. I i sleep through the night. You know 'cause i 'cause i actually can Man now now it's just it's entirely back on you again. So yeah. I'm i'm looking out the window and there's all the snow and that's supposed to be it's over it like like whatever whatever joy there was that i i had about snow I know you. Oh man i. I enjoy snow lake. I lost several hours during the last few days at night. Just staying up and drinking coffee and staring out my window and watching the snow fall like i can. I can lose myself in that simple thing for. I'm not joking at least sixty minutes at least ease thirty easily thirty but but upwards of sixty i i find it. Super calming stared there with like a cup of coffee and like car. Just watch the snow pass by the lights and i stare. There's some really big snowflakes and that was really cool. 'cause i hadn't seen snow that like snowflakes that big since i was a kid. It's been a really long time seen snow since then but it's always been intermittent snow in arizona's not snow. This is real. This is an actual snowstorm. Light snowstorm like especially massachusetts compared but like a so storm the less and for texas. It's jarring for me terrifying. Obviously because you're always worried about power going out and keep seeing all this stuff. But i was also like well tell then. I'm just going to let myself enjoy this moment. There's nothing here but these lakes. Yeah once i realized that we were not in the situation. Where other people. Around austin where were out of power for like twenty four to forty eight hours I'm not on austin's a live in japan spring so i met on a different power provider. Who who From the minute this started they were doing cycles. And apparently there were a few places that had some inordinate blackouts but In in certain spots but I apparently our electric company did a lot better than what most people are. Hearing coming out of austin. But i've got friends i got friends. It are in austin now that between the water getting shut off Then being told to get water somewhere else and then boil it and then if you don't have a gas stove how do you boil it going to heb go into the grocery store and getting in finally and there being nothing there or getting into the line and then The power goes out and they can't take your card and they won't take cash Wow i I've i've never i've never experienced Anything like this at least in this country. And i'm trying to imagine when i've been somewhere else where the people of that country were going through this real quickly here. Let like. I've got other things to say but moral base just kelly popped into my head here that program on bbc. They're still doing it. But i used to love that. Show okay. you're online to use the british pilots. This with your groceries power goes out. You need these fucking groceries. They won't take cash because they can't work their registers at this point. Are you still. There is an heb talk and by the heb is the name of a grocery chain around here. I don't know if they have. Yeah i don't know how they are like we. We have a large enough audience that matters we try to make yes so apparently there was one where the power went out and they told dozens of people just to take the take their cart home That's the right answer for the store. No i'm saying. I'm still know the right answer is no. I'm not. yeah i look. I feel bad about it. I even offered to pay back in the future. It's but a moso not going to be like well deputies. the rules are just. I'm just not going to eat your life. If i had asked me i would just throw it on at towards someone and then say you make it work because i'm leaving with the stuff and You know Hopefully this cash makes you get this yeah unavailing to tip for them to just go through the whole transaction process you know. Take a screen shot or to take a picture of what's in my car and but also i'll go in defend it before a jury not a jury in the country me. I'll flip that one yard. You'll never get a guilty verdict. Not ever not ever henry fonda in twelve angry men who flipped the whole room was henry fonda. Yes yeah. I don't think you'd need to be henry fonda that you actually don't have crazy. Is that movie warped. The older generations. Mind enough that. I remember getting shown that in high school is an educational film. And don't get me wrong. It's a fun movie like especially if you're into character actors it's like what are the great classic character movies of but it's a terrible representation of how government actually works like mr smith goes to washington as an understanding of how government actually works light. Just the bad exemplars all right anyways. So any other good stories for his stories Yeah paulie stories. Basil whenever i'm going through a adventures like a natural disaster Kind of looked through my books and try and find something Relatable where maybe at another time. I wasn't that interested in the book and This is something. I knew one day i would be interested in this is nature at. Its strangest This is true stories from the files of the smithsonian institution center for short-lived phenomenon. And what's ironic about this. Maybe ironic is the the smithsonian institute. The center for short-lived phenomenon was only open for seven years So short hanley the the institute phenomenon unto itself that also had a short show. So i first of all. I can't get over that. But all i mean. There's there's no sewed anything black snowfalls on christmas morning. Giant snails invaded major city A man in his date drive home from a party and the road disappears. How could it happen. apparently I mean i it goes through legitimate stuff as well as well as the guy with the party and the road disappearing but is that just a sinkhole. No i didn't know what could that possibly be. No open the book. Actually you know you you you're holding the book Get get the book. tell us tell us what. What is what's going on there. What's nice about this book is a or at least one of the reasons that attracts me is You get these animations with each one of these stories that is very Seventy s early. Yeah yeah yeah. I'm a sucker for that. Especially when it's a book that there other was gonna put in some remainder pile so yeah so you're you're not going to give me disappear. You're okay. so how about the audience for next episode. I see i see what you're doing. You're back on the show. Oh man that's relentless that's relentless my shoehorn right. He's my shoehorn. No that's solid marketing. All right i'll give you got blue stories here So i had to go to the grocery store and that was talking about that a moment ago. That was a pretty lame experience. I ate i. I did a quick inventory after day. One of the blizzard. I was like i don't know i'm fine but if i get to the store day i'd feel a little bit better about supplies and everything like that and ultimately i was a good choice but i went there. There were a ton of people they lost power. And i've been reading about this. All over the state where stores are losing power and when they lose power it results in all the freezers all those freezer isles. They all have to get taped off. They throw in a lot of that stuff away which is resulting in people dumpster. Diving i i. It sounds much crueler than like that. It is liability wise. What's the thaw on frozen stuff. Goes you really do need to pull it from the shelves. You can't just be giving it to people at the same time you wouldn't want to be throwing away. I understand that at the same time again again. It's a blizzard. So it's under freezing outside so everything's getting thrown back out into a frozen environments which does mean if you really want to get the food at that point. It's probably liability wise the fast way to do it and it's not as risky as it would be if it was like eighty degrees out in the food was dumpster. It's different and again. These are all things you know like the the boneless tyson chicken wings or whatever it's wrapped it may have thought it might have thought and refrozen or whatever but even if it sitting if it's sitting in a bag in a dumpster it's sitting in a and it's also in its individual unit. Thanks so like all. This stuff is actually ultimately fine. I've seen the videos though it was like what is this a third world country and i get it. I get it. But i also understand how we end up there and it doesn't it doesn't perturb me as much as i think it may some people the bigger issue though is that because of this. What's left in the store is much more limited and by the time i was going to get my stuff which was at like around eleven. Thirty a m so. It was pretty early on day. One st shelves were getting pretty rated a lots of key items toll gone lots of vegetables was it was as bad as the start of the pandemic that face so i do worry that food scarcity might have been a problem for some people In the same way. I just as were getting ready to tape here i was able to rescue. Are the two cats at through on. Don't worry about the government of the twitter here but this episode out pretty quickly if you hear the show and you want a adorable orange cat and wanna be hero do it. Otherwise he's gonna probably find his way to the animal shelter but tonight's give another really cold night it tomorrow probably will be too so i think the first warm ish day will be so saturday going into sunday. One of my first job. When i was a teenager was at a grocery store and i knew very quickly. I didn't want a bag groceries and go outside and dallas. You can imagine so. I got into receiving i would break down the trucks whenever they come in. And so i i was in the i was in the back room. I was tearing down the trucks breaking down by. I'll the regular stock the frozen dairy and stuff and and so I would always see whenever things will get thrown out and of course I start questioning this and there is the the manager. They're receiving doc manager. He's aware of the whole process. He knows the limitations of it. He's not fifteen-year-old. Brian who is like. But how why. Can't we feed more people with this food. But i i remember like there were like groups of people that like you would call and you they had to get there within like so many hours or else they would throw away the food and it just it just bothered the shit out of me just because i i at fifteen years old. You're not thinking about legalities you're thinking about. There's people that are hungry. How come the people can't eat. Yeah you can see a lot of that sentiment on twitter already but also a lot of that cinema goes to will look venezuela and look at us and we obviously arrived at this place in in our in our food chain. Earn our food chain in our industry with the same way that venezuela did of course these are also people who don't really understand how the grocery supply chain works and how it's different from even like fifty years ago. How much food they have on stock and how much supplies they have on stock versus twenty thirty forty years ago. Totally different to that point though what should be hopefully eye-opening here We'll see You've had two events though like this and in twelve months is that we are very susceptible to food disruptions and in the case of power outage like this it's really rough because the power's out and like down here in dallas like in texas and specifically we don't really have the ability to plow texas texas is not budgeted for plowing. God help us. If we ever tried to put that into the state budget taxes would be going. Buddy know what i mean like the amount but the amount of plows you'd actually need to get ready to plough. Texas would be like ridiculous talking about in the second biggest solution an issue that does not do plow it well in our fields but on our roads. Yeah and and with roads like ours. Typically you can. Patrick road with some black topper Here and there and when you have a climate like ours. That doesn't lead to catastrophe. But if you do that with roads north you're just you can't do. It doesn't get done can't do it. Because you have a terrible terrible Problem on your hands. And so that's actually another good point again that these are just the dynamics that At some point. I don't i don't find 'cause and looking for someone to blame. There are some things where people aren't blaming. Yes i i some of this stuff i. Let's talk about the narrative thing too because there is an impulse to take what is happening here in texas this week and shoehorn it into a narrative and if someone is going to do that or has the impulse to do that i think it is valid in one respect in one respect. Only if you wanna talk about this event as a global warming event a climate change related event. The evidence is there. I'm going to hop on goule here real quickly and while you're hopping onto google. What on this sort of a battlefront. So to speak as far as the the war for the narrative. I think the gop knew they were going to lose to some degree over this subject and because they knew they were going to lose. They went on the offensive with wind. Because if you go on the offensive with wind and turns out you're wrong you go on the offensive with wind. They counter back. And you're still where you were so if you know you're gonna lose you go ahead and go on the offensive anyway. If you're the gop that that's nothing new for them but it just seems that. That's that's the state of the last two hour or two days of this narrative with specially relating to abbott governor. Abbot i am. I've got the the guardian copy is poorly written. I can't believe i'm using usa today. But i'll read a little bit of this There is evidence that climate change can weaken the polar vortex which allows so there is a vortex keeps all the cold. Air pocketed up north. It's essentially like kind of like pushed itself in so you get this breakdown. That's apparently happened. I was looking at another copy. That said that a part in the arctic actually got the warmest that it has been in about one hundred years and that scans and tracks of causally with how texas is experiencing a cold front that has an experienced in one hundred years. And so i think there is a very direct cause and effect weather story here and if you wanna talk about that and a changing environment on the planet we need to be mindful of. I'm very open to this story in service of that narrative But that's not what i'm talking about when i'm talking about shoehorning this into narratives like you brought up the windmills thing that the fox news republicans have latched onto but then we also have on our side of the aisle. We have the we can talk about my thoughts about calling them the liberals in this. Actually i'm not going to do it. I'm not gonna do it i have. Here's the thing. I have my own rhetoric for a reason The democratic establishment and the biden harris and like the blue checks and like the biden boosters and those sorts of people. They have kind of latched onto the murph murphy. This is blue states. Bailing red states out sort of thing. I it's obnoxious. it's absolutely it's it's gross in it's obnoxious but then there is the third tranche of people who have taken this as an opportunity to prove why they're better than that affirmation group. I just meant it's like see. This is why we're better than the lips which is nice except in the case of all three of these groups. I'll think any of them have given a single dollar to a north texas food banker a south texas food bank have given to a homeless shelter down here and i would just invite everyone and i know they're all listening reach here but i would invite offer them to. Every time they fire off one of those tweets or comment on facebook where tiktok wherever find thoughts about the world that being pervade these days to maybe take a dollar out of their wallet and kick it to a charity down here in texas to show how much you really fucking care speaking of usa. Today i'm ready to shit all over them If you would like to get into that now since we're on the Since you were just looking at this article so The main problem. I have with. This article is it's emblematic of How the media attempts to Catches mini to engage with as many people on a link as possible So for instance This subject of global warning warming win. Whenever you look at this article you read through it. You realize that The writer Definitely is not a confronting weather. Climate change is real or not. They're trying to illustrate what the polar vortex is They're trying to give you kind of a What do you what was it called The the cribs notes that the what would you call them The short short hand on on the subject because it is a difficult subject to understand. But if you look at this That the contents of this Article is there anything about this where you could say someone who doesn't believe that climate change is real is just going to start reading this and absorbing the entire content. No no exactly. What one of the problems i think is like i just flashed up on the screen here. This chart that this is from january a kind of the other key part this is it's called sudden stratospheric warming and they've been they've been looking at the since january so they sort of knew. This last storm is connected to this thing that has happened called sudden stress feerick warming. But you look at that article. The usa today article work. Good here but you look at that. Usa today article and design of graphs. And i don't think they do a very good job connecting it causally to your point. I think there's still trepidation about talking on the subject of climate. The the way that i feel they really crossed. The line is with their headline as you know if you read a headline that you disagree with if you are so intense in your disagreement with you might be likely to re tweet that headline because you're going to riff off of it You're gonna counter it in a in an awful way. Let's say and so. This headline i believe is also the draft version of the headline that the is global warming beehive recruit poll the I believe this headline was manufactured in order to attract all the people who are never going to read this article to begin with record cold usa. Today's report storms and tornadoes amid global warming. So within within this partial sentence. You've got record cold and global warming within a few words of one another and if you are a conservative that's all you need to get triggered. You see the word cold and warm next one. another. And then. I'll look at these scientists about to tell me how cold leads the warm I'll give you. i'll give you a contrary example like illustrate. Brian's point a little bit further here look at this bloomberg copy of how. The warming arctic helped drive a deep freeze into texas. Then this is again. We'll get bloomberg here now now. Granted this is. This is bloomberg green. Obviously bashed you've left thick. No i'm sure there are perfectly reputable publications. That was not the joke here but it starts off first line lead line. The earth's poles are warming faster than anywhere on the planet while the consequences of that aren't completely understood. It's becoming apparent that many of the world's extreme weather events oh the arctic at least some credit that does such a better job putting into context the cause and effect thing. That's happening there than the usa today tells you. I'm about to explain something that at first glance doesn't make sense whereas the other one it just starts talking right hot and cold. How can this be and i. We are five years away. We are only five years away from win. Senator inhofe senator in hoffer congress. Yeah with james. Inhofe brought a snowball onto the house floor into the senate chambers in order to show how global warming is real and he tossed it at the at the I forget who he tossed it at Isn't the point. but i. i always wonder how that went as far as like the look on the guy's face when he caught the snowball. I i kind of wish shows in that room. I like. i know you like. They wouldn't set you for that. But i think about that. Go like what's the largest object. One member of congress could hurl at another member of congress before actually face give. I think spitoon is the answer. You can throw your splatoon at With sean i can just imagine you know that happened. You know this shit happen. Oh sure surely if you throw this. Dip it like yeah. You're getting an ethics charge. I feel like i feel like it's gotta be less than that though it's got to be like stone like you know it's something pretty. It was a better day when single member of congress had a spoon next to their desk. And you have the opportunity to possess that self control or to let it go. You know what i mean and now what are you gonna do What self are they. Are they actually wielding right now. They're they're not no you're right. It's a commentary impulse role. Yeah yeah having a having to. Tobacco is the is the faust. We got rid of chewing tobaccos a plague on society but the faustian bargain so many times people so think about trade offs politics right like getting one thing. It's a green energy where it's like. The the energy is green but like maybe the battery technology is and this is. This is like that but dumb. So i've got another thing here that i want to talk about my apartment complex. The best part complex in the world. Get me out of this horrible place. Did i mention when. I talked about rescuing these cats. The reason these cats are out of an apartment right now is because people abandon them because they got notice three weeks ago saying we wanted to unit checks. And you've got to pay deposits and fees if you have any animals that aren't documented. So what happens. All these animals get turned out right before giant winter storm twitter day. I'm seeing footage of animals frozen so like it sucks. Screw these people. Don't move into this apartment complex You'll see the name on the screen here anyways. So we received this techs siren. Emoji siren emoji. Fema is finally here at texas. If you're still without power and need a place to warm up clean up and sleep until things restore feebis for hotels again. We're in apartments so like if my apartment complex can't cut give you food or at least shelter through the end of this Something's broken your brains famous paying for hotels eight hundred. I'm not gonna read the number if you know of anyone who needs a press one for texas disaster relief and follow prompts. You'll need to know the following pen paper of disaster social security number address income and home and insurance information. The process should take about twenty to thirty minutes to complete. So i came in at nine. Am this morning from my apartment complex. Who thought they'd pass on that handy information about fema three hours later famous scam dear residents unfortunately the information that we share with residents regarding fema yup. Please do not call this number and provide them with any personal information. This is like the beginning of monty python and the holy grail. Don't worry about the government is not just the name of the show it is my axiom for disaster preparedness because what i have realized. Is that a local level. An an extremely local level. You're surrounded by boobs nincompoops and you need to be prepared. I on that no. I am extremely thankful for the neighbors. That that i do. Have one of my direct neighbors works for the city A city Adjacent to to springs. And he worked for the water supply and just to be able to Bounce things off him like should. I shut my water off at the main or should i see if what happens or Man that that you you really are At the mercy of the people around you and most people don't know the people around them these days. You're you're you're you're the worst. The worst part of the in the pandemic is the breakdown of any neighborliness Bowling alone 'isms yes. I well in a weird way. I mean it's like. I have one neighbor and she and i. She's really into dogs. I'm very into cats. Like we are friends in the sense that like we will look out for stray animals and be like kinda. Give each other scoop if we see something like. She's looking for another cat for me. But shiite at a distance mindful. Full that stuff. But if i see her i want to go and say hi at the grabbed my mask and get ready for man. I used silica. Let the neighbors come by in the see the cats through the windows and i'd have the windows open and like kids would know me. I'll be kind of friendly with the kids. Like there'd be some sort of neighborliness. I've been very mindful not to i've been you know trying to look up for the animals i but i've been my full about the people because it's like yeah want to help people and if if i really want. I'm going to help them. But they're still pandemic going so the pandemic is broken. Down are in a rational way. But it's still broken down or empathy and a thing. I was talking about way before. The pandemic began was the crisis of empathy. That people like rush limbaugh. Who will talk about the wrap up the show here. The way later on really helped to promote right like laughing at liberals in like miserable liberals and all of that shit like this whole culture of on empathy and how. It's fun to beat up. People financies yes. Feminazi which persist to this day in what i was just talking about a moment ago with taking this disaster in texas and using it as a chance to go scoreboard sticking to the republicans or the liberals of or or whoever they started it right yes right and the way in the way. You'll really help the people in texas. If you'll tell them who the real ghouls are who are making their lives miserable but yeah not actually trying to get them relief right now not trying to get cold people inside but telling them who's part of the brown meta narrative of. That's been jacking up their life in this sense rush limbaugh very much a thought leader on that front innovator on that front but like man. I've been reading articles all this week. I just want to read a little bit more. Like what would i guess preoccupies me on all this stuff. In here we go. Yeah yeah no no. You don't get to know my location. No bullshit share screwed again. Do try this again. It wants to know my locate but is it showing the location thing or is it showing said show locate it. Had a screen says show location or okay. We'll hear how about this now. Looks good right. Yeah yeah okay. All right. So i mean here are the people who really need the help right like it's john henderson. And his wife complaining that her wife's throat is hurting because she can't use her oxygen tanks because it's getting so cold that the oxygen tanks don't work and like yeah the state and local services of like you know people were down the cops man like the fire department. Like how awesome is sylvie ways in so many mundane ways is the fire department on a regular basis and like this is yet another example of them said antonio fire department gone by houses and refilling the tanks of people who are without oxygen. Yeah but that's like the real struggle power goes out in your house you you're on an oxygen tank. How you gonna breath fires vacant breathing harder. You know who else here people getting. We talk about people being stuck without food. People who have been eating sandwiches while power is out and cooking laws. On which is what. I was prepared to do. And what i stocked up to do. I mean scott. Do for as i mentioned to if you're ever stuck in a snowstorm. It's always cold enough that you can keep all of your groceries outside in the cold into actually keep like all your frozen stuff rosen. So you know that is a move. You don't necessarily have to lose the food. it's what i'm saying but it still. It's still a crisis. People have any us blankets to keep the air out. Some people try to do a charcoal grill to grill some sort of food to have something warm. The eat we had some people in austin Die because they tried to do that inside their house And you saw the van from the attic spilling out like charcoal dust. A man. And like i guess. This is the other thing where i go like. This crisis just doesn't fit easily into some of these narratives. Which is there is for people who live in snow who we're used to living in snow. There is an institutional knowledge of snow. Like we're talking about how you can't plow texas right like plowing but a microcosm of this bigger macro issue of like everyone at state and local level at an administrative level and at like a regular citizenry level. We don't have preparation for snow. I'm somewhat well prepared for this. I didn't have enough thermal stuff. I was kicking myself. I was doing my amateurs like you should have better thermal stuff than this dove and bruno live. I if i really need to layer up it a crisis but shovel brian. I none shovels spirit heater. Sure of like i i had. I had rescue plan. I had food and water. I had perishable and non perishable. I had a lot stuff but still missed a few spots. If i had to shovel my way out. It's fucked. I was gonna be making shuffle like it was and that was true for everyone here people. Just don't own shovels. yeah i. I live In a place where a shovel is pretty hurt. I've got a few trees in the front yard in the backyard and they need maintenance and there's all sorts of things here and there and everywhere we got a garden going on and we are about to get. That's a regular shovel and not a snow shovel. That's correct do snow shovel. And that's one of those. Yeah like if. I'm going seems like a small distinction but like the amount of stuff shuffling you have to do when there's no like a regular guard shovel is not going to cut it. Also what is kind of what helps to understand the exactly. How strange this storm is is we. I got dumped on with snow. That fell when it was like zero degrees outside. And so this is really powdery. Snow and it it packs up it informs snowbanks in in certain places And so after that we got about anywhere from a tenth to a quarter inch sheet of ice over that snow and then things started thawing out in the day but then freezing at night so underneath the powder snow starts to become this layer of ice that you didn't there wasn't there originally so you have ice powder ice and We i just growing up around dallas and now living in austin. I know that when when we have ice storms. It's an ice storm and it was never coupled with a snowstorm and the ice storm. We dallas austin. They have trucks to put you know salt or sand on the bridges but that that that amount of of of machinery in order to take care of a an ice storm coupled with snowstorm is just not. It's not the same and Light like like we're talking about either with the roads or with owning a heavy equipment like this. It's not in our budget. She's not there. Yeah it's not our budget it would be and it would be a real debacle the try to scale or you're just be talking. I don't think this is. I say i don't think is going to become a trend. Cj i'll tell you if we start having one or two these easy year that's enough for texas to have to really start thinking about having something the budget for it. I don't really think they're gonna do an upgrade. Considering how much biden has attached climate. Change two jobs. I see this as some sort of solar voucher program where instead of actually improving the grid. They they allowed the grid not be taxed in ways that it used to be taxed and and you let the grid rot. The worst part about the republican conservative narrative. Shoehorn is that it has turned the discussion into an energy generation discussion instead of an energy storage and energy grid and distribution discussion. Not a polarizing argument. No it doesn't serve anyone's politics particularly well It because even when it's not worry here it's boring but it also like it. Sort of necessarily illustrates why there's always this relationship between state local and federal and like that to your point is boring but also is not useful to a burn it down narrative or sort of illustrates. Why burn it down. Narrative is actually bad because like power distribution at the end of the day. Like when you want to do like the power grid one you don't wanna be building from scratch to it was you. Don't you can't just can't just tear down the power grid and you can't just go without the power grid. Either you know like you could if we were all living in the eighteenth or nineteenth century but like we're talking about going to the power grid now you're talking about living the walking dead sort of era a post post twentieth century in the dark way. Yeah i know. But that's what i think. The issue is the issue is you don't have enough energy stored in the case of the demands the amount of energy that would need to be on deck to handle this and this is why i really do think it's storage thing was fi not five but it might have been two or three times as much as the average consumption for this time of year. I i remember seeing the chart and what they did for this time of year generally would anticipate in the high end and low end was actually required. We're nowhere close so to that point we need to have on. Hand is a strategic power reserve and then that gets into a question of building that site what are the resources that need to go in to serve as a strategic power storage for that kind of location. And you know making sure that site or that site is and that's going to be a big problem in and of itself is also safe so that you're storing all this energy in a safe way and that's like to your point i do think biden as the republicans are is going to make this all about energy generation to get into that narrative a little bit more. I mean my understanding is that the issue is that the fossil fuel side of the producers are actually under where they should be at this time of year And it's not so much it's not so much that the alternative energies are like renewable energies. Stop calling alternative. The might be the dominant one at some point. Renewable energy like wind and solar actually have been producing at scale. If not a little bit better but the bigger issue is that gas and coal. They had been not producing at the average pace. Does that sound right to you at all. Or am i making this up. no The the problem with the argument is it was posed is it was simply stated that wind underperformed and because when underperformed greg abbott specific language was because wind underperformed. It thrust natural gas into a different Poor outcome win. That's not true at all the one get you. Don't beck thing so it's not even it's not even just it's not no petroleum's doing fine. It's yes indeed. They're doing ben and it's always fault on tuesday. We were producing more wind power than expected. We re just expecting less than the summertime I in some months wind accounts for over half of our power and in months like this. It is predictably predictably Ten percents less and so when abbot spins it as though wind let us down there was no one who thought that this came out of nowhere What let us down. What surprised us was the natural gas outcomes and that has nothing to do with. the window comes The wind outcomes performed slightly better than they thought they were. I also living in texas this. This will be very parochial for just a second. Like this episodes. i guess. Try to make the parochial a little more national and international for people who listen from all these other places because they like the show is ed perspective on texas in texas one of the things that republican legislators have been very proud of. Is this thing called the rainy day fund which is kind of almost to me becoming a bit of a punchline. Now because it's like how many rainy days have to occur before you use the money like the. Was this not a rainy day. But they should have something similar to that when it comes to power right like that sensibility of having a surplus on hand. This to me is typically. When i think about what's good about conservatism. This idea of having stuff on hands that you're ready for a crisis that's always been my understanding of conservatism. Not so much the practice of it but that thing should also translate over to power and that's not even really green versus gas thing right like you should always have a little bit extra power on hands that you can you know dump reserves if you need to Okay so this is professor catherine heyhoe k. Heyhoe at k. Heyhoe the main factors frozen instruments that natural gas and even nuclear facilities as well as limited supplies of natural gas wind shutdown accounted for less than thirteen percent of outages law wind can sometimes produces much as sixty percent of total electricity in texas. The resource tends to ebb in the winter. So the grid. Operators typically assume that the turbines will only generate about nineteen to forty three percent of their maximum output. That's our recall on different. Copy that some of the wind generations on the coastline. Actually we're able to offset any frozen in to that point even so the wind generations actually exceeded the grid operators daily forecast through the weekend. So it's not that wind generation has been dogging and in the case of the frozen turbines thing. Even that was fixed by the fact that wind on the coast was not freezing. The turbines and also that is easily remedied thing with technology. Like if you're really worried about that that's a one time thing that's not. It is certainly not the case that it is inherent that if you build a windmill it will freeze. Certainly the case at some point all of them will freeze like at fifty below zero or whatever like like but you can make oils and materials stuff that is extremely resistant to cold at that level. Right and in that article. If you notice that word exceeded was hyperlinked. The the link. I just sent. You is the hyperlink from exceeded and that is the that is the data that shows the power that we actually received on that day. And this is straight from urquhot Okay i gonna put this on the screen. I'm not really sure i'm looking at. I mean i am but like it's not it's not one of those charts like oh right. It's very strange to look at. It's a weird chart but it does seem. I think to suggest that generation okay. The green line year is what actually happened right verses the red and the blue line and so it basically it peaked out at higher levels than was expected. And that was i mean. It was actually even beating annual estimates like this sort of makes sense because the wind has been blowing pretty pretty strongly the last several days. So yeah i mean all the stuff makes sense ultimately so what we need to know about now is the issue in texas of we have bad politicians. And don't think y'all that i have forgotten about. Let's share screen. I don't think i've forgot about my friend. Chris murphy here who is yelling at republicans last year about people are dying man. Millions are on the brick hunger and fiction and just last week was scolding us that they needed to go home to district work and you know district work period to like a to that point. Might just say. I bet you nothing got done during this district workweek if you really think about it and most all these states down south because all these guys had to hunker down so what they should have been and where they would have been most useful. The all of us is on capitol hill. Yeah like yeah. The republicans going into this week been like. I can't believe there's an impeachment trial going on in the midst of a snowstorm but the alternative is literally. Ted cruz goes to cancun so you choose your adventure here. Which one do you sound closer to governance. So chris murphy told us last week. Don't spread this going on vacation crap. Well you did. And chris crews put it the got home for valentine's day. All this stuff is still fresh in my mind. I don't give the democrats a pass on this crap out all on any level. I'll tell ya wasn't even really comfortable. Joe biden doing tv appearances. And the whole cnn thing during the midst of this snowstorm talking about reopening schools. We'll talk about reopening schools into different on a different show. I got long thoughts on that. But i was covered with him doing anything other than talking about how he's gonna help people in the middle of this blizzard when you literally of millions of people out of power in the midst of a pandemic this crisis atop of crisis. I don't get it man. I don't get it pisses me off and so by the way if you wanna yell at biden about something and it's a thing of yours that's a good one of just saying great time to yell So yeah i mean they like to do it so i guess it's been frustrating. So you with so with the difference. Was steve adler and ted cruz. Here is really the the the audiences who are who are using them to illustrate the points Their their respective points and so with ted cruz. You have the valid point of we. We need your help with this natural disaster that the entire state of texas agrees is happening. No one is saying that this is not a natural disaster now on the flip side the people who were mainly objectionable to what steve adler did were the republicans should have been everybody but the republicans were the the loudest voices. You know crying. Foul about steve adler. The problem is steve. Adler was doing this in the middle of quarantine and a lot of people that are criticizing steve adler for doing what he did. Also don't believe the quarantine is valid. So what exactly are these people complaining about. I know it's view from nowhere. So your point. What they are saying is both sides to it and their biggest complaint their biggest complaint which is why to stick. Stick my hand up on this. One is and you guys never hold your politicians to the same standard. There's a double standard and all of you liberals on the way they use it use all of you liberals you're willing to give a pass to anyone who's a democrat on this stuff and here's this example and that example above. Okay no my point is yes literally. There's nobody who does this worse than cruz. And any you name a bad thing at this. The only thing ted cruz does not have is a me too story and do you really want to put money down. That ted cruz doesn't have a me too story in the closet. Would you wanna bet the kids on that one. So ted cruz puts out this statement and in ted cruz fashion. Ted cruz doesn't blame does not stick his head up and go. I'm responsible for this one. 'cause like if you're not going to do it for the capital riot. Why would you ever do it for anything yet. In your life really. I mean you might do. It almost sounds ironic. Ribons people like oh ted cruz taking ownership or thing. He obviously did. He's trolling us. But ted cruz says in his statement. This has been infuriating week for texans. The greatest state in the greatest country in the world has been without power. Like why do you like. Should we really be thumbing our nose that anyone at this point do we need to be doing that. We're we're hat in hand asshole. We have had food lines gaslines. An people sleep in at the neighbor's houses. Nothing that's terrible. nothing is worse than communities. I fucking hate community of our homes freezing. Our lights are out lack millions of texts. Our family lost heat and power to boy. Do i not believe that shit. Ted cruz never generator. Y'all the idea. Ted cruz is probably like these assholes. In highland park never lost power or the assholes out here in lakewood never lost power. We'll see what the investigations yield. But it sure seems like the powers the power not just in the food co. sense of the word is the actual electricity sense of the word works a little bit differently. If you're in one of these real estate districts that has a higher net worth with school canceled further weeks. Our girls asked to take a trip with france wanting to be a good dad. I've flew them down last night. And i'm fine back this afternoon. My staff and i are in constant communication with the state and local leaders to get to the bottom of what happened in texas. We want our power back our water on and our homes war room. My team and i will continue using all of our resources to keep texans informed and safe i had to. I mean that. That's a good ted cruz right. I i've worked my ted cruz little bit. This pretty good i. I wouldn't have attempted the i. I don't think my voice can go. I'm gonna have to practice that privately. It's it's a tricky one. But like that one there. What i've realized is so it's southern texas thing but like like he's a phony. He's a factory as south carolina accent. Real ease is very similar. Lindsey graham and as a as a real south carolina accident. Yes yes. there's there's there's two things that are affected into the south carolina thing and like lindsey's voice but with ted cruz. You gotta think theater guy like one of the things. I remember about him from when he was running is he loves the princess bride and he loves shoehorning monologues from the princess. Bride into public appearances. I'm not joking about this. i'm not no it's horrible. it's like he's such a great individual. Like what i did that. cut for. Matt lewis is show. I was reminded yet again. I'm like he's the worst. He's like his politics suck but even if his politics were great it would really be true. Torture test will have like how good kit a politics of a person be. Who is like the most obnoxious human being in the world. So speaking of the worst If that statement was valid we would have one conversation but As if you wanna look in your messages chris. I sent you two images one is the Statement you just read the next image Kind of Unravels his whole story here This is from All yeah a source. That united airlines senator. Ted cruz re booked his flight back to houston from cancun for this afternoon at around six. Am today. He was originally scheduled to return on saturday. The thing is crack me up. Is that they kyle plotter. That says that ted by it i he might forever be. Ted rafael quotes. Let's start branding him as trc. No i know i into. This is the thing about him. Is everything about him. Fake like he's so inauthentic a funny because he likes to go after better. Org as robert francis rourke and the popular knockout. Here a lot of talk. Radio is robert francis. Don't get me wrong. I don't the thing rings. A little hollow to me gorka doing that. That's a there's another there's an. am radio guy. who like saddam's by car. Because i use the oxygen cords and that'll put on. Am radio deadly heard. Some dude to robert francis rourke line lavine maybe leaves. It's not up here. I know voice Yeah i know russia's voice to but he gets slow right before he explodes yes. Russia's down here bubbling exploding was down. Here sir was down here. So what i was talking about some new texas. I think where was i. Ted cruz lied about the flight. Gross lying about back here. Yeah right so. He lies about flying bag here. You knew it was a lot and the point was. He was originally scheduled to be there until saturday. Books is fight back today so you never meet regrets. He might have had immediate regrets when he saw the plane. In this sense he might have been on the plane as one of those photographs showed in in his first class. Section mr cruz. It's nice cellphone generator right there on the arm rest mr cruise the leather upholstery. With the so you can put off. He can recline. He had a flight that he can recline mr kerr's rafael him and his nice family Going on vacation that they can afford to cancun. we're warm. He might have had regrets when he was online and saw because he has internet access in the first class section. That people were tweeting about him while he's mid flight so i don't know how long that flight to cancun was with. There is a layover held up on the tarmac mark and bumpy rain getting out during the snowstorm That who's flying away from also there were a houston police officers. Who were asked to escort him to the through through the airport because the houston. Police aren't Taxed enough right right now. During the he's the worst like my. I see red when i think about this guy. He's he's such a horrible human being and it's visceral for me in this sense. I remember arguing with people. Twenty eighteen about beto o'rourke being insufficiently pure or not meeting people sniff test and like every time. Ted cruz does something stupid. And people all over the country are like he's fucking worst idex goto just like there were two options in twenty eighteen. And if you really feel that bad. About how ted cruz and you really think he's the fucking worst and trust me. I do you encourage everyone when people were as bad as ted cruz. We're on the ballot that you can vote for anyone other than ted cruz. 'cause you gotta get these people out because there's one only one way to get rid of people like ted cruz and if you look at what the congressional situation we're in right now and how one vote could make a big difference. I'll tell you something. The ted cruz and joe manchin have in common. They're both gonna vote no on medicare for all If you wanna look at really playing with someone like mansion. Who's playing with us all it. We didn't need to replace five senators. We needed to replace one of them and have a billion dollar election in georgia. Yeah sorry not a billion no no was it was eight. Hundred and thirty eight million dollars went into that. One special runoff. A billion dollar election in one state for two senators. It's important. I get it being i. As i've been saying for years people need to take texas more seriously as a state. Why is sometimes. Our politicians are really stupid. If you don't want them inflicted on the country you can have a say in that much. I give money to senate races in the state of maine or senate races in the state of alaska to try to affect the outcomes there. Why do i want to get murkowski re-elected like i've given to a reelection campaign Why because leeza rakowski is actually much transaction list perspective. Not that bad. She really isn't just voted to impeach twice. She voted against supreme court. Justices she can be counted on to vote for things like this check from where i'm standing. She's better than a republican alternative on any stretch. So i'll give my to her in the same way that i'd encourage everyone must say mccaskey. But like yeah. It behooves all of y'all to get bad. republican senators. Corn is another one missed opportunity. I know he's like less on everyone's radar he's less personally grading but he's in senate leadership pulling that guy out of senate leadership is actually really important so if you can do that because he might. He might be senate majority leader. You know what i'm saying so like it's actually good in the same way much like the causing she's done so far as a representative is to throw joe crowley from democratic leadership. Getting rid of john cornyn would be really good on that front. So we'll speak in. How big tex. His speaking of how big texas is I want to kind of connect this Back to rush. Okay there you salesman okay. Awesome can you. Are you allowed to play songs. Or like in the in the in the mix or like. I didn't lean their own way. Those i those ages but yes well. What happened to the mix was horrible. I want to copyright violation. 'cause i couldn't even find but you brought this spirit of radio you go you can read it so let me tell you story here that you're gonna love okay okay so way back when in. I believe this was tom ball. Texas for what. It's worth this. What a great name. I'm barbara tumble. So this is the early eighties and there is a gentleman who owns a very small radio station. In tombaugh texas who as many people in the early eighties they had an eleven to one segment. Who which was doing just terrible Probably i think he said The gentleman who owned the radio station it was like fortieth in like anything that could get a ratings from eleven to one and so rush. Limbaugh appears out of nowhere. And he's actually calling these small radio stations like this. What this gentleman owns and tombaugh texas and they made a contract They're like. Hey i you can't do worse than what we're doing now and within a few within a few months the ratings took off and And this The person who owned the radio station the radio station took off. They eventually sold the radio station. This individual captain in good relationship with russia and they will go to football games together and that man's name is attorney. General paxton That like that's a great story. I did not. I did not see that one coming. He's also kept in by the way or the worst. The worst attorney general the country. No one he's got to be number one. He's got to be the most known attorney. General in the nation. Yes i mean. I'm not even talking about him. Filing the stop the steel lawsuits. I'm talking about like the. They're trying to get him into resigned. I mean even republicans are calling for him to resign here. I mean no like paxon visa bad. He's literally he's right now. White knuckling through all these controversies around him and he might well survive them. This was a little story that can paxton retold. The yesterday had to be yesterday As he is saying how he owes his career to rush limbaugh. So it if we can no look. It's a great anecdote because its luster of of conservative radio. Like it is illustrative of how that boomer generation like reagan post reagan. Conservatism gingrich conservatism. If you will like when people think about newt. And i know newt's really past tense at this point which is crazy because he was young when he came into office like he's only newt's olympic seventy like he's younger than you think. So much of boomer. Reagan conservatism comes out of rush limbaugh. And when you think about gingrich. I'd only the gingrich. Revolution is possible without limbaugh. Doing this thing for radio doing this thing for talk radio and helping to your point coming in and helping dying. Am radio stations and creating a network for all these am. radio stations. like russia's brand did generate a lot of money for these other people. What they did all day was push out russia's shit show and they'd market and they need turned into these right wing. Am radio stations in the like like the worst of the crap. that like. you're you're weird bad onckelinckx to that sort of thing. But debt network of and crazy steph das- and ex husbands all over the country helped to form the roots of like fuck your empathy. Fuck your empathy conservatism. This is the same generation of conservatism. That described liberals started talks fai the word liberal making a bad unquote word when it used to be a cool thing but but they also would like toxic. Item is bleeding hearts and really making the whole idea of empathy and caring about my heart bleeds gear which is so strange that that connected when at the same time they were seamlessly connecting with the evangelical movement. And i say tension played out like beautifully in the way pro-life as as a phrase has just been reduced absolute absurdity in the wake of their response to the pandemic the conservatives in particular pro-life conservatives. Some of them have been happy to wear the mantle grandma killer on ironically life but you can call a grandma killer. You'll want. i'm fine with that okay. Pro pro-life be about as twisted as the word liberal And i think oh and yet not toxic near to the zone although it totally one hundred percent deserves to be because pro life is has been demonstrated to not actually all that good at keeping things alive and okay mechanism for forcing station absolutely. I'm not going to argue that point keeping things alive and quality alive stuff. Yeah a little bit of a shaky one. So let's Let's finish off on rush the big dog he died. He's gone russia's gone. So how early can you remember listening to him. Or knowing people who listen or Or acknowledging that pete like maybe people in your family were rush listeners. Grandma was rush lister yay yet. My my dearly departed grandma my introduction into like politics as thing who my grandmother who in weird ways of inherited certain personality foibles that i completely own like. She's very into soap operas. I like professional wrestling. She's very she's very into politics as a conservative. I'm very into politics as a fucking liberal. Like at least as into it as her. I don't watch tv news like she does like. Actually i hate it. It's weird because like we're bizarro. Sort of versions of it. But i also make show and my grandmother would consume endless amounts of political context never ever at thousand years thing to make her own show. But i remember grandma. Definitely cooking like lasagna and raviolis only that was the best especially if the goal of the sausages and stuff and like getting all that stuff ready and rush limbaugh would be on and i hated that guy. Life didn't even really understand politics. He just felt like a dick then he sounded. I didn't know what the word smug was either at the time. But i like arrogant like that. Arrogance vibe off of him was always inescapable but like yeah i remember grandma like rush limbaugh on how for you. Who's the first person or like. What was your rush experience. Well i would listen to a lot of. Am radio but that was caused. my stepdad. Got me into art bell and like my stepdad would be awake at night. And he's like hey if you ever can't sleep Turn on art bill. You'll hear some crazy shit and and and might be interesting but in the process these people might just talk to sleep and they often did but i think just through scanning through. Am radio I just came across him at some point sir but he wasn't really on at night of course But i do remember absorbing him to appoint whereas like. I can't believe this one guy can just talk and just keep going and as far as just an academic understanding of what he does with communications. It is something to marvel at but the way he this tool as a weapon is phil davidson avatar. Line a lot like yeah man it. I just wish there was someone on his level of of of radio chops. Who you could say. Well look. There's someone with those radio shops. Not a terrible person. I felt about jank euchre especially in the art. Yeah in the arts. When the young turks was getting started in yeah like because they would do he would do twenty five minute thirty minutes eggs before they take a break and it will all be unscripted and he was really really good. I mean he was angry in in a way that he's just simply isn't anymore and in some cases like look. I think that makes us better adjusted in more easy to be around human being for the people at our personal lives. I think though in the case of on air radio especially when you believe it and you really fucking feel it and you got the truth on your side man. That's so powerful all powerful when there's only one voice and there's not too voices that one voice turns into your inner monologue. Yes yes. I do. I got my that stilled will be doing solo shows here as the show but i got that one like i was doing at did that one like spate of zillow shows. That really wanted to get that under my belt and then like shit like the mole reporter. Whatever actually really made sense a solo show thing so as useful to have the it's useful to have that as a thing in my arsenal at this point. But i've got very mindful of when i was doing no shows like the audience receives that and it becomes like thought and so you know i don't have an ethical quandary with that if i've got my research on point but like surely rush knew that and i know that he knew that he was blowing smoke and it like he which i that makes me so is to get people's trust and kind of go to the people as you risks like. Why do i care about this. Like man it's conman right a con man. It is doing a confidence game. Khan is short for confidence. You build confidence with someone and then you build confidence you betray their trust and rush limbaugh above all else is a con man and on that he's just really he's really a horrible dude. Then t what you remember. Big dan t from albro arthaud. I don't i haven't seen that movie too wild. Oh sorry about that but just Headstrong it's the john goodman character. Okay he's He's got the eye patch. Who is he's supposed to be from the from the story Cyclops yeah thousands like the odyssey only odyssey. Yeah yeah yeah anyhow Yeah it just reminds me of This guy who is going to rhetorically wine and dine you and Just get you at ease and then once you're at ease that that's that's when the game really begins But the the these people are so slick in that they can incorporate because of reality and bits of news and bits of knowledge of narrative. Yes but then also incorporate bits of narrative that have you putting together pieces. That aren't really there. You do the extra like give you a couple of examples. So you brought feminazi earlier which he popularized in the very accurate. I brought up bleeding hearts earlier. Jr one he popular vernacular. Here's a lesser known. One though school remember screw. Yeah he would he would he would say screw will often And the reason he does it. It's it's multifold. As i say it's twofold but i have a feeling i'm gonna come up with more than two or i could very easily come up with more than two. I'll come up with at least two. So i is doing a portmanteau of school and screw and so the subtext. There is school screws with your brain. Doesn't make you smarter it screws with you messes with you. Screw screw up but the other thing that it does and this is the real genius credit him cedar on this one. Because i got this from. I was how should that is the other thing it does. Is it a mispronunciation that then gets stuck in your brain much like when i try to force like really stupid. Words mansion the patrician patricia centuries. Much like when i try to force those type of words the force is actually what gives it its look. Let's just use the word force. It's what gives it its force the half comes from me screwing up the word because your brain recognizes an error as something more of note authentic authentic or something worth lou. Something worth interpreting samna. Yeah what do why was wrong. Your antennas go up. The it's why it's why it's why an opera singer would make a terrible rock and roll frontman It because among reasons to praise yet but they're too perfect whereas when you have a distinct sound that is technically wrong but aesthetically. Yeah e. pop is not i. Don't get iggy pop and have them come into the studio are now iggy what we're trying to do. Here's a four part harmony. We're trying to push a major seventh. Were trying to invert the court here to a first inversion. We're really we really don't want that one to be president. You could probably lead iggy to do that. I'm not saying he's a bad singer. You iggy pop. Like i'm talking like in the sixties and seventies. You're you're getting into like do crazy shit you know. Yeah absolutely although your point. Sports is a band that has a very operatic front person. in russell's i don't know of jack i just established town ain't big enough for the. Both of us is good. One well i will say that while we're kinda on this seems like Kind of a side. Note i m fan of of the singers who who Who sing straight up more. Like like Josh hami from queens is stone asia what one of my favorites is The lead singer from the cult ian He's just a beautiful voice. But those those people stand out i like. Wow this person's straight up saying And it almost comes off as unique. Just because you're you're you're being so just matter of fact with your voice one last one on that before we go back to rush limbaugh and his impact on radio but this is a fun tangent. I say here for like ten minutes. Shudder to think. Craig we drink is like super operatic in his style. But like they're a fundamentally and noise rock band as especially like on pony express record it which is a great album craig ouija even though a on. What's the single the first track if you put it on your you'll hear it's like it's a really great example. Noisiest hell really really weird chord voicing chords in question marks but no but like they're like they're super super weird. I don't it's so weird. How this ban rights their songs. But he's singing super operatic like way on top of it and it's cool and it totally works but anyways back to rush the mincing of the words in addition to creating a medic thing like it becomes a mean that sticks brains it also serves as a mimetic narrative delivery device going back to pitcher centrism that allows me to one gym. That thing into your brain to you. Remember the narrative your brain unpacked. S- the thing. What did chris call this thing. Patricia centrism well. It was patrician and centrism. And he's talking about how all the centrists always act like. They're doing it from this hill where they can see what america really needs. But it's more like a country club because they're patricians educate themselves simply by hearing the word. Yeah so you can and you don't even have to explain it in a lot of see what's amazing and rush kind of got. This audience is dumb but smart at the same time. The brain is amazing. In this sense it will complete the circuits. It will fill in the space. It's not there. It's the same reason why like if they're typos in a message. Your brain ought to. I learned my keyboards broken. So i really don't care now but i also no one gives a shit. I i have never ever since my keyboards been broken. I've been sending shit double characters all the time for like a year and a half now No there've been like. I don't understand what you just said. Because mentally just removed the extra you know parentheses or you remove the extra a and you like oh. He said apple not pull. What is april awful. Your brain your brain puts together Limbaugh takes advantage or took advantage of that very effectively. I feel like there's a Van diagram between someone like limbaugh. And someone like. Frank luntz because franklin's is trying to. He's trying to get someone from here to there but there is always a somewhat josh opposition. Yeah job creators. Brilliant right that that's to me. It's always going to be the gold standard. It was it went from the rich to no. No no no. They're not. They're not your fucking boss because everyone hates their fucking boss and boss has a bad branding because it would be calling someone job creators disingenuous but it's not prejudiced the way feminazi. No no but like as you're saying earlier with passion and limbaugh he sort of is a job creator in weird ways. We're like limbaugh's yes right. Wing talk radio thing could have stepped in there but also like limbaugh clearly had some special thing about him to ever would always thinks in talk. Radio owners is these guys. Mostly guys mostly white. Dude's high. Get in front of microphones and they spout out their thoughts about the world or whatever and what makes this guy any different from that guy any different from that guy and like you know. It's the thing i think about as a creator myself. It's the thing i think about. When i'm thinking am i going to listen to some other show like if i want to get the flavor of like what's going on in the conservative movement. Why do i read. Kevin williamson versus rich lowry us. 'cause rich lowry like literally has never met a shit sandwich. You wouldn't eat in heaven. Williamson has some issues but like also will not eat every shit sandwich you just put in front of him. You know why. Listen to this show or that show. Why do i listen to majority. Report and vow spud jakobsen. Let's say like all these the qualitative so clearly. There's some special sauce that limbaugh had thousand imitators right. Everyone from allah qian's keys to mark levin to glenn beck's and inheritor often imitated. Never duplicated in this sense like. That's something that i think people in the conservative movement. We'll be looking at and trying to figure out. I don't know if they ever will because all that gone to so far he was funny and i don't honestly i don't think he was that funny. Well the the branch that i hope does the worst at at Filling the void that he is created is the The ben shapiro hillsdale college front. And it's really the one that i think is going to gain the most from this this void. You know why you think. Why do you think shapiro's the inheritor maybe not necessarily shapiro. But i know that shapiro his attachment to hillsdale college olga. I'm i'm concerned that as they keep talking about getting away from school screen right right. There's definitely a messaging mcconnell on down about Why hasn't biden got people in schools yet. you can here on. Am radio or on that. On the next show i have. Yeah you can hear you can hear on russia's show with the saab or when rush was there a few weeks ago and And other am radio. People are talking about how easy it is to make a pod and and to Just home school. Your kids and and You really need to be more open minded about your children's education because of what. These kids are learning at the schools. and Yeah you know you're going to into that with the next show but With that is big topic. I i realized your entire episode. But with that is the as you homeschool your children. You're going to need a direction for after their high school. Diplomas earned and That's where hillsdale colleges i. I'm going to scale. I'm worried scale. Also you need to get your kids through a institution of higher learning and there's a real issue at this homeschooling stuff that these kids are not actually learning enough to make it through college and and a lot of cases they have issues transitioning a especially on the mass and hillsdale. College doesn't take money federal money and so they can have whatever standards they want. So it's almost like they'd hate this. It's almost like a hampshire college but for the right wing here for college famously. Does not give out grades. And it's like they do evaluation. I it's might become more in vogue and teaching at some point But like they're doing. I'm doing this in the in the like when i was going to school up there and Yeah knows it's a silly place really good drugs. They're great place to party. Scott he's kicked ass ride. But i don't know that actually wanna like go to school there to like. Learn how to do like engineering or something right because they might just go like chris man. You did pretty good. I don't understand how to solder yet. Still but like you get a next time you end up making a rose with sinkholes. I don't know. Because apparently i don't get the next show any other thoughts about rushers at the end of the episode here. I think that's all. I got on rush anyways rush. Limbaugh each it di- yeah at least you died My only regrets that you can't eat more shit Also that you didn't die twenty years earlier and also not penniless not homeless any other final thoughts. No i'm just. I'm trying to find this pothole story in the in the know nacer show the next time ends stories. Baby i want one or the other So brian where can people find on the internet if you want to tweet out some of this context in this book the strangest obser- at least the drawings right. Yeah yeah. I should get the drawing out there. Now i'm at postman. Our tease at postman re tweets. I'm currently Doing a little bit of research. You and i talked about How looking at. John quincy adams in his involvement in the disappearing quorum and stuff like that trying to find some moments of absurdity when when people No longer put up with the the idea of use saying you're not there when you really are It's it's it's a nice little absurd thing in eventually i. 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Little Monsters, Dolemite Is My Name, & Twitch Streams Adult Content On Ninja's Channel | Pop Culture Comedy Podcast

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Little Monsters, Dolemite Is My Name, & Twitch Streams Adult Content On Ninja's Channel | Pop Culture Comedy Podcast

"What's up guys on this week. Show dolemite is my name and fucking up mother. Fuckers is my game meow. Meow meow meow meow meow meow meow meow meow and if you're happy and you know we kill a zombie then more on this episode of one giant elite for geeks cuban music one all birmingham on the gigs welcome to another episode of g g talk about movies video games and all things culture. I'm your host. Mike c squared and with me is my co host d._j. Email okay and back for the first time back again whatever back again been why. They tried to suicide but it did not happen. Oh my god all right before we get started. I want to let you know if you enjoy. The show tells them friends about us. Shares on your social media. Whenever you choose to do just know that you're helping us let others know about the best impact acid probably never heard of now. If you wanna talk to us. This show is on twitter at giant leap for geeks. You can get a hold of our resident d._j. Mill at froggy beaver and benoit's have been wa- gaming. That's b. e. n. w. h. gaming. If you're like me and around my age era sucker style especially eighties nineties. I'm talking music movies television game just hop culture as a whole so if you're from mid michigan or going to be traveling to the area i suggest you check out wind bertrand rewind vintage inspired blast from the past with his cooled franken's rankings and novelty items but don't care iraq as well. I'm talking shirts jackets caps and even sneakers retro styles to make your inner child smile absolutely absolutely positively definitely check out rewind. You might even see your boy been walk up most goldens shooting the breeze with the owner tyler rewind his read off is seventy seventy five eighths at one thirty six in the birch run premium outlets section e next rocks what you you being doing. I have been finishing up house hunting. We are getting ready to move about three weeks and we've almost settled on a house okay. Is it the same when you showed me last week perhap- okay yes yes yes with blue actually actually go in and look at the blue rooms. We actually got to go in and look at it and it looks super cute on the inside super cute on the outside. We took a family vote in. It's three yeses so i mean that's a lot of potential two bedroom or know. How many votes were there three okay so three unanimous animus yes. There's three bedrooms got a fireplace and israel purdy outdoor grill. Roland seems to fit everything that we absolutely need <hes> ordering drunk and breaks them shad well. We are having a house party but <hes> <hes> team only wants to keep our options completely open before we make a decision sure he yeah he did find two other options little further north so we're going to go look at those thursday and then we will make a decision thursday night nice so hopefully by next tuesday we will have everything set in stone and and by the time you hear us again. Yes yes yes so. That's what we've been doing a good job up. Who ready for us other than that. You know same old stuff work in. That's never fun. No no what about you and and what you've been doing if you remember a couple months ago i said that i may not be able to take part in the podcast any longer because i was going to be starting a new job <hes> suffice to say that did not work out so things are back to how they used to be. I am once again available or these recordings and end other than that. It's just you know trying to pay the rent and trying to have some kind of schedule for doing the twitch thing but i i don't know how i feel about twits anymore since they have porn on their yeah. We're gonna talk about that for what kind of message going to be sending to the kids. If i'm on the same platform as porn you know right. It's the right he's like. You're trying to keep a wholesome family image in. I don't know how exactly we should fucking g around around these parts. So you mean to tell me you cancelled years subscription to porn you subscribe. Yeah i in nineteen. I was going to horn no actually the last. I saw porno premiums now free according to their ad so to i don't have to worry porn. See i have an imagination. I can just visualize these things in my head fair enough well. It is good to have you back. Sir thank you. You're welcome to have me back to nice haley. Go l. so for me. I had a little adventure over the weekend. <hes> me and a train went to <hes> this thing in our town. It's indoor go kart racing nigh so we went and did that and hopefully she can't hear me and i know she doesn't listen into it enough to where she'd notice or hear this but she whooped my own track now green family there that like go all the time like they came with their own helmets type show on time. They were lapping crazy but i could never catch up to her like she just blew me out the whole time it was because i couldn't <music>. Get myself to drift them. Damn turn. It's not a natural feeling for me not to slow down when i'm turning a corner in the corner is a real tight eight so it's like you in order to keep your time from just going to shit. You can't slow down around corners drift. 'cause the whole time while you're being. I'm like <hes> <hes>. I didn't feel comfortable doing it. Even though i'm low enough to the ground where i know i won't flip it over. It just feels like i'm gonna flip if dirk too hard no slowdown but so yeah h. Rain with my ass on the racetrack nice then you're fighting ca patrick swayze patrick's hi. I'm totally other than sunday was my cheat day and i talked about it a little bit off mic but i went him. I had fucking banana warner pancakes toast. <hes> pizza will like eight toppings on it basically eight as much much food in one day i think as we've eight in this entire week so probably i'll probably had a rock cheese day. We're probably put away a good five thousand calories easy z. It was so good. My stomach are so bad afterwards but i didn't care so good. I needed that mother that no that was my adventure adventure for the week so i a lot of food so there you go go kart race eight a lot of food and it sounds like a hello weekend. I wasn't soyuz. Hey people can make whatever excuses they want to. No matter where you go when every year racing go karts are always is like one that just goes at a snail's space is always like your five mile an hour granny yup. That was me. I'd that was me that was totally because everybody was laughing. Me and i never could catch away so that of course is it running or is he just like pushing it with his feet like oh flintstone in this here but are fucking fred flintstone. He'll yeah all right moving on welcome back ben wah. We missed you. Hopefully i was successful at disabling. My sock has a matrix shit. I didn't tie. Are you ready. Are you ready because this is like a really big deal. Okay okay now. I've heard no hear me out from the hallowed halls of broadway combs andrew lloyd webber's. I magnum opus based on elliott's classic. Poetry book reimagined for a new age using state of the art digital technology. Your your favorite characters come to life behold. The story of jesus so creepy looking yet is it gives me shows so if you can't guess we are going to give our reaction to the cats two thousand nine hundred trailer based off the broadway play cats of the same name and i'm not even gonna hide the ball on us when it looks fucking creepy sound fine the dances and look like it's fun sure but the c._g. Faces on the cat body. It's fucking weird okay so i gave you shit off. Mike the has you and our live studio. Audience have never seen never had incurred broadway. How about you been seeing cats. The closest thing to catch i've seen was like a remixed version of the music video for gloria estefan bad boys. Okay okay that's about in. None of these. People disable have seen cats other than me. Now i'm going to here's here's the bombshell hate amused. What else should i was seeing cats. Oh shit but you ain't never. I was talking to shape before off. Mike and i absolutely hate cats the broadway play. I also hate cats animal but that's a separate show cats. The broadway is just as creepy beyond broadway as it is in this trailer yeah because they were dressed up like cats and they remind me a like to episode of csi where they had the furry yeah. That's a lie was totally hoping to run into some worries. I think i did one couple when i went to comic con and i was like you know if i can get into one of these like hotel room for reorganize like i'd be down for that now really fucking your yeah. No cats on broadway is creepy be enough and then they put out this shit and i'm like <hes> no. It's got a great cast. Great casts idris elba rebel wilson elson jennifer hudson. Oh i made a list like there's a whole range with nope taylor swift they got judi dange <hes> elba in mcallen up jason derulo initiative like some like big actors something like they got jason derulo but it looks fucking terrible. I'm with you on that. I can't been we're close to the same age mel. You probably remember these two this mightiest open around when you were in school but do you remember to animals books. Yes i had all of them. Okay so this whole trailer looks like the second to last transformation or are they still have the body <hes> yeah 'cause they'll show him as like a regular like a progresses into animal. Look like the second to last right before the animal like this is what the whole trailer looks like and it's it's a nerve ing is is weird. It's like when they did the cat in the hat that movie with mike myers but worse somehow yeah. I mean that was like borderline. You could kinda see like his facial expressions and shit face but this this seed in entire body on a floating face and ben. You made this comment earlier today. You said this reminded you of deep fakes it. Did it really did and it okay. I recently saw. I don't remember who uploaded it onto youtube with. Whoever it is good fucking job i think i know the full house dr- okay but everybody had the face of ron swanson from parks and rec yeah yeah <hes> and i looked at that and i thought that was well done and hilarious. I think i'm starting to think that twenty nineteen is the year for like terrible creepy yup between like sonic this and surprisingly detective beacon. She was not bad. Even some of those things were like <hes> and and i don't know what's going on here. I feel like nine years like eight nine years ago when aw l. a. noir came out of the playstation shit yeah. The face animation in that game is better than this. You would be right because i would agree with dan. I'm just wondering like i realized cash has been around for a very long time on broadway and now they have a film adaptation. I'm just waiting for this thing to bomb at the box office. How much money did they have to spend not for the production for all of these actors. I know right to censor all green screen so like nothing is real on a screen besides the green screen. I don't know i wonder i wonder how much of it is going to be cracked their cats so although the furniture the armour like obviously is going to be much bigger than them wondering how much of that is actually practically we made and how much is it i want. I want to wish it was practical because i think it would look better that way here. Thing i'm curious about too is like 'cause because like say for example the avengers movies so when they film robert downey junior in ironman costume without the helmet sometimes what they will do is put a little tracking markers on his regular clothes and c._g. On him right other times he actually has to wear a suit like an iron man suit but it's only the top half in. I need you see geeta arrests from the legs dow so i wonder did they have to walk around in like the bodysuits with dots on their face or did they actually have them like half half cat like costumes and then the dot sony phase. I came to think dot suits okay or like elected gave them like little like velcro. Oh crow entails just to have something a reference when you're like pulling a to to your point though to the whole casting thing coming and like the uncanny valley and like how the c._g. Looks bed everything else. This could still be good because i thought that the great gatsby the one that came out with toby maguire leaner dicaprio look like shit in a trailer. It's like when they had the hip hop mashed. I am with leeann thirties like shit like this is not meshing and no one's seen it like this and actually pretty good yeah. I think that's me well. Russain thing thought it looked terrible terrible. It was actually not that bad. It was one of those things where looks lake well. Obviously they took it from like broadway sure but they they look like they took the sets from broadly as well and with moulin rouge. I was surprised another one. I was surprised with chicago. Never saw that one but i heard it's good though i mean i love chicago with catherine. Zeta jones is one of my favorite broadway way to movie movies. I guess if that's what we're gonna call movies. Yes fine broadway to movie at tation there what i wanted all allow it brought rodway to movie adaptations. That was one of my favorites in moulin. Rouge is another one so gatsby. Gatsby was a third one <hes>. I don't no i i think i don't think i can get past the whole creepy cats thing because any time i see like people all dressed in these cat costumes or animal costumes like this just my mind goes to the weird furry from c._s._i. I know that that's a whole subculture and a lot of people don't know i'm not i'm not i mean you if that's what you into cool but just something about the body suit of for just kind of wigs me out and i don't know what the i don't know what to do about that feeling. I'm there with you guys. I'm i'm not felony but i did not catch been. Why did you happen to catch. Witnesses is coming out yeah. This is scheduled to release right around christmas december twentieth. It's gonna scare. All the kids cramp part too. It's like if you're not a good boy. This christmas won't be a lump of coal. You get in santa's going to be one of them. Fucking cats in your stocking okay and you don't get the taylor swift when either you get egypt elbow one so have fun with though might not be so bad right anyway. Moving on its we this film the lion king <music> sonic and a latin. It seems like twenty nine thousand nine will be the year of the uncanny valley leak tight kids <music> <music>. Welcome to ben wise ause web in whole is where i then walk. Give you a brief hold it. It's been a couple of months here and normally you know if you were gonna listen to the web the whole you would hear me talk about things i find interesting or newsworthy or i've had some kind of list in which i will try to have mike and mellie mell figure out. What's on the list but i think we're going to play a little bit catch up with your boy than why this time and i'm going to be bringing along male and mike with me because you guys listening out there might have picked up on this view. Listen frequently we are from michigan and we're not too far away from the greatest theme park in the world the greatest amusement park cedar point now. If you happen to live in michigan you would realize that you may not realize it so i'll let you know right now because he's still have about about a little less than three weeks to take advantage of this. If you live in michigan there is a special deal that cedar point is offering for you up until september second where you get general general admission to the park free parking and unlimited fountain drinks for only forty dollars. Yes that's right thirty nine ninety nine and you boy meanwhile loves rollercoasters so at some point my eyes had to get down there especially since i planned on going to comic con in our chaperon my sister there and that didn't happen either so it was fun uh-huh instead of the regular old web whole i'm going to tell you about my trip to cedar point. Would you guys like to hear that yes. I'm sorry one yea yes. I can hear you. Oh yeah a little bit louder for the people in the back john yeah or yea yeah yeah okay okay then that was that was terrible. I'm lucky because i got family that lives down in ohio not too far away from the park. I'm not gonna say specifically where because i mean that's my family. I don't want to put their information out there online dachshund or anything anyway toledo right so he does big enough so i i was able to get a few days off of work. Make a little vacation out of it and i like sushi live so close i mean there's only about three and a half hours to drive from where i live down down there to cedar point dependent dependent on how fast i drive and how traffic is. I don't like to drive there that early in the park all day to drive home because that's just a lot in my old ass can't handle that anymore. I like to hit the park early. Because when i was a kid i went with relative frequency and it was a bit of a family the tradition where we would stop at the mcdonald's like right on the causeway to get some breakfast in us before we actually go ride things in the park because if you've ever been to the theme park or amusement park you know that the food there is hell expensive elephant years twenty five dollars a negative right forty. You might have to pull on your car. If you want to drink yeah yeah absolutely so. I'm like we're going to wake up at seven a._m. No later than seventy because the park opens opens at ten and we're gonna need some time to acclimate make the drive there get some breakfast in us because i don't know about you guys but if you've ever eaten something and then and went on an amusement park ride early kosher like right after you've eaten. It's not a fun time isla to do that like when we go. We wait as long as possible to elite. We do not eat before we ride well. I think as you do what's in a couple hours. You might be okay like he said getting up at seven park opposite mcdonald's though i mean if you if you can eat by seven thirty if you get in the middle of that roller coaster in your stomach starts doing flips you shit never or it might be like shake because it goes down when it comes up but again in the park and we get to the park at about nine thirty thirty and that's perfect time because that allows us to get up to the gates have them check our bags because they do have metal detectors there it will check if your bags. They will run wand on. You think you may have something on you so we go there. We go through all that we end up inside the park because they actually will let you in the park mark up before ten o'clock visits have like little gabes that really prevents you from doing anything until ten and so there's me them and there's like i don't. I don't know a good couple. Hundred other people imagine like being front row at a concert. That's what it was like. They're right right and as soon as like ten o'clock doc hit like the guards kind of move the gates in of course like teenagers and kids just haul ass because you figure if you get there first thing in the morning that's like the the best time to hit the big newest coasters because odds are you're not really going to have to wait in line at all sure if you're there early enough right and so we we figure we figure we're not gonna like run to the back like a lot of people we're gonna work away from the front and then just all the way around because that island for those of you that do not know the island is over a little over two miles how long it goes deep into lake erie and so the first thing we do is hit up the gatekeeper now. I don't know if you've ever seen the gatekeeper ordina gatekeeper. It's like the first roller coaster that kind of goes over the actual entrance way in the front. That's why they call it the gatekeeper so we have on the gatekeeper and we only wait for you're too so not even like five minutes were on that bitch and i have not done that before i think that debuted in like twenty thirteen eighteen and i just never had a chance to get on it so we did the gatekeeper and that was fun very fun and after that ah i wanted to see your point day we're still building the gatekeeper so i haven't had a chance to ride but i hear it's fun. Though i don't even snow lake y'all laugh at me came last time i went to you. Cedar point cedar force had just been built else wall so what's his film millennia. No it was in two thousand and ten nine. I was nine and stood in line for that. Damn thing for three hours got all the way up to the front and i couldn't even write. It 'cause ain't got struck by lightning while we were standing in line. So how long i see your point almost twenty years yeah damn yeah so we do the gatekeeper and then we get off that and like pretty much of the gatekeeper is the wicked twister. They had a sign up right at the beginning of the cutest has not open till eleven and i'm like what the fuck like now if you've ever been to the fair county fair when they got those swings kind of sit on swings hanging on my jeans they gotta ride like that. They're they call that the vertigo now is basically a big swing that puts you up three hundred feet in the air above the beach in lake erie. It is amazing but that was not opened until eleven. That wasn't what that's that's a wicked twister right yep. That's the one net i wrote last aaron. I didn't like it because it was really wendy and we were up there and like like you said it's like you're like on a swing set that just gets raised into the air so when the wind blows you kind of rock a little a bit and i was like this. It's a slow ride. Just goes in a big circle real slow while you're an air but it's a windy day you get to swain and shit in writing so right there. There's two ryan's like we could easily hop on but they're not open yet so we end up. Doing this thing called the max. Air is essentially like obeyed. Ah disc type thing pendulum you to spend and go up and down. It's always it's really cool. We did that the pin the magnum we make our way farther the back back and we come across the gemini now if you don't know the gemini is an older wooden coaster but it's actually a dual coaster you'll have two tracks to go side by side a red train and blue the train and the whole gimmick is as if you're racing the other train and there's often parts of the track where you can reach your arm out in high five anybody who's bobby opposing trump or get. Your arm ripped off. Whatever a little bit of both well yeah they don't do that. Everybody does keep going but for whatever reason that was not running however there was an employee there at the beginning of the line and like ten people waiting in line for it to open we can see them running lina empty trains just to test the coaster 'cause they'd be that on all the coasters like the beginning of the day. They'll run some trains. Make sure everything's running smooth. Maybe a worker hop on a train train just a test stuff out and so we're sitting there for like maybe five ten minutes. The sun is blistering hot out now. Keep in mind like a week before i went there. Were calling for tuesday. Wednesday thursday thunderstorms select for a good week and a half before it went. I was like oh no the only time i'm gonna go always gonna get closed down but it did not. We're waiting in line for like maybe ten minutes they open it up bam right away pretty much right on that roller coaster too so far like all the arise. We've hit we've boom boom boom boom and this has not even been like an hour into the park yeah. This is all before eleven o'clock. I'm gonna end up. I realize this might take a while to explain in everything so i'm gonna kinda. Quicken is up. Basically we damn near twenty rides and like ten hours shit. That's pretty good. We went to six flags. We waited waited in line for the joker for two hours four hours and my cousin ends up getting themselves from breadsticks because he's kinda hungry so he said for a while we eat and then we we ended up seeing like the water rides snake river falls now snake river falls is like a boat like raft all does go down boom hits the water everybody everybody gets soaked and they have a bridge which if you stand on that bridge after you get off you can so up to now. We saw that they had a sign up. My sister noticed it says will not open open till noon and once again like come on now but anyway right next to that. There's another ride called. The skyhawk is basically <music> on like two pendulum similar to the max air except it's not a circle swing opposite yeah yup they swing opposite you got to who <hes> to tears to rose ten in the front on the ten ten antenne ten in the bags for forty people on that at one time and and because yes yes ten to twenty s ninety nine cents per minute and wondering if you catch them to do that. I may have been gone for two months but i still i'm i'm still not done yet so we start making our way to the back after that and we ended up seeing thunder canyon now thunder canyon is a big big circular raft and what you go through like raging rapids and there are waterfalls in sometimes you end up getting caught under those waterfalls and if you do you're soaked so we get on that and this is like family of like six of the people in us and there. Is this really attractive woman. Who's maybe maybe ten years old. If you get a number well no because he was married. Now i mean i mean it turns out. She was the only one that even got what on that ride. She's she got caught under all the waterfalls. Nobody else there is i've never in my life been on that right. Got off at dry off of that and i'm like well. This is this kind of sucks because it was really hot and like i wanna get wet and cool off. 'cause i wouldn't mind walking around with my clothes and we all look up and snake. River falls is not open. It's still not running. They don't open it that day. I hi call bullshit on that. Yeah i really sucked. I'm not just that but as we were making way to the back to begin with we saw a woman standing out there with with the signs saying that the <hes> what the hell the the one that goes one twenty so she was like <hes> <hes> we'll give we'll suck dick for no no no. I'm glow jasser elephant drag racer the drag. Oh yeah tops. They said dragster is not going to open that day. So like drake's dreicer was not gonna open snake. River falls did not open both maverick and still vengeance headlines over just way too long for us to bother waiting. A weather wasn't even so we end up. Maybe they had mechanical errors. I it's very unreliable ride. I'm sure it was mechanical. Maybe maybe it was just too hot because i think he's up quite a bit so it's pushing ninety degrees or above. They might not even run that thing see. We ended up hitting us to go around like halloween. 'cause then it's cold old and you know that all the rides should be functioning well except for the water rides. You don't wanna fuck around water and at this point we've gotten on every ride within like maybe ten minutes. We barely waited for anything and we end up. Wait in like an hour formerly enforce. They say like an hour long. Wait we can wait an hour so we do the millennium force when we get up to the front of the queue. There's actually another line. There's a second it line when you're at the front end up on the front car in the train because everybody wants to sit in front so they pile up at by so if you wanna wait for the front you mighty waiting twice as long as you did or should have waited agit. Actually you don't jump. I'm i'm good with the middle of the back. I don't give a fuck well. I'm like i'm my sister. I'm like you've never been on the front of anything. We're gonna do the front so we waited for like another five to ten ten minutes once we were there just to get out and let me tell you when it comes to the moon force. When you reach the peak of the very first drop you can see canada. You're that high in. It's a straight straight view of canada and if you have the chance to get on the front get on the front. It is a much smoother ride. It just feels better and get more of a rush from it <hes> between ten a._m. To like nine thirty subtract act like a half hour for shopping two hours arrests so we'll say like within like maybe ten hours nine and a half hours we were able to do eighteen rides eight of which were roller coasters and this was because we went on a wednesday middle of the week in august did not i pay for the fast lane. So if there's any lesson anybody here wants to take from this long winded diatribe of vacation i had it's at if you wanna go to a theme park. They're gonna vary depending on where you go but like cedar point. If you wanna go to cedar point either go there in the fall. When it's kind of chilly you know when they might be starting the halloween thing especially if you're one of those people that really love autumn but don't go in june and july middle of the week august best time in the summers ago ago. We did not by a fast pass. We still hit damn near every ride that we could that day in. If you live in michigan and you're listen to this and you want to capitalize on that forty dollar deal you have until september second. You can buy your ticket now. Hang onto it until you go because you don't buy it for that specific day back you have like two and a half weeks and i highly recommend if you had a chance to do it do it. Now in we will be back to your regularly scheduled web and whole next last week then proceeded to talk about his cedar point trip for twenty eight minutes. We trimmed it down quite a bit. You're welcome <music>. You know rudy. Ray moore had a very storied career. We can say that. The man was a comedian a musician a singer hypothetically. He was an actor a producer and he is best known tone for dolemite the uniquely articulate pimp from nineteen seventy five film dolemite l. This is a real dude. Yes oh yes i'll character person yeti murphy original kind of the persona he developed during his early comedy records records and which he was called the godfather arap alga from those records which i mean he just kinda. Just told stories worries over music. He wasn't really rapping per se so you is like he he did. Oh man kinda but we're thing don in king did where like he would just rhyme random shit together for no apparent reason like the whole bit beginning and he doesn't trailer. He's like oh my name and fucking up. Motherfuckers is is my game like he would just rhyme shit just to be rhyming it and so i guess that's what makes him the godfather or app i guess he used the rhyme but it was also he was a big fan of the dozens like he was a prime example of you guys mike. You probably know what i'm saying. Yes yeah mouth. No when when i say the dozens think of like yo mamma jokes as a subsidiary very of like the dozens is pretty much just talkin shit. He was a prime example of shit talker that could rhyme while he was doing it. He loved a little raise and he he had some awesome super. I mean even compared to like the richard pryor and redd foxx of the day like super super raunchy and like jokes like i'm talking about eating cottage cheese out of somebody's ass jokes like that will make us bash for like i mean like flaw may take a little bit. I got you well. He had like if you've ever heard any old. Red fox stand up like he took it. Okay he three okay so so the name his first comedy album was eat out more often nice and in the trailer you see him posing for it and that's when he gets an aching taking over to college that was the actual cover tonight album in real life and then he had another album. This pussy is mine and he had another one call awed like dick cheese or some shit. Okay it wasn't that way. It was basically that's like the vein of his kind of comedy comedy and it's fascinating to me because i never would have thought that we would ever get a dolemite but like we've gotten biopic of all kinds of celebrities from johnny cash elvis and the beatles and charles calls queen. I don't think we've got a prince one yet. Though they rain dental cow okay don't count because that's heavy. That's just made up anyway but anyway actually if you think about me rhapsody most of that and most issues made up anyway so yeah but that being said i would have never thought that we've got a bio-pic of a basically like one of the not pretenders progenitor is but one of the more well-known blaxploitation actors from the seventies that was very like he was not mainstream and any stretch of the imagination he was very like niche niche and mainly just people who lived in urban cities knew about him and like african american community and shit like that but boy what rudy ray moore deserves some some limelight like go ahead and give him some shy now the fact eddie murphy's playing a character was was actually pretty cool and i was like you know i was really surprised. He didn't end up in a fat suit. Though in a he actually put on the weight for the movie because eddie murphy he loves him some fat suits. I really do between the nutty professor movies and like a couple of other gourmet and yeah he's long him. Some fat suits leg all right so when they get to run around naked in them true in but maybe they pulled vendors in game they put dorna fats and that looked like he was as fat. I thought that was him. I was like damn has let himself gopher. He's like i like to become the character so i just ate like cheesecake every day but it looks like eddie just put on the way it could be a fat suit up by convincing one if it's not my thing is do you guys think that this will find an audience with people today like if you didn't grow up watching watching blaxploitation movies or don't even understand anything about like the comedy of that era or anything that was going on like pop culture wise like would you you think that people now would be interested in something like this probably dale. I think which was pretty wise going f- listen listen up theaters i mean i think it's interesting an i grew up watching like eddie murphy delirious. I've seen a few richard pryor's myself. Elves early comedian's comedy like that. It's not funny nowadays to the most mainstream people. I think i think yeah i think not necessarily there's nothing about that. People might be a little bit sensitive to because we feel like we've gone backwards a little bit like they were saying on his raunchy c._b._s. Shit back in the seventies and now you say stuff like that right. I mean i've seen things like can't call people like homosexuals f word yeah you. Can't you know so there's certain jokes you can't make because it's funny that you brought up eddie murphy's delirious and raw. He uses the term like so much through all somebody to f word like every retains its i've. I wasn't allowed technically to watch them when i was growing up tried like watch them on the d._o. L. and i'd watch him like late late at night or i'd catch him when nobody was home sure and then i went back and wash them and i was like woo. You say that you'll no no there's a lot of stuff that him and richard pryor bowl and be like oh yeah you like. I'd like to cut clip richard pryor once and he's talking about how he himself environment. You know about something about smack in a wife and oh yeah yeah beaten up is. Why are you not the way i was like. Oh yeah we're like okay well. One of richard pryor's funny jokes to me is he. This is like after because he really did fall asleep smoking crack and so that's that's not even real life. What no he. He made a joke where he lit a match. He did like this like across his face was that he was richard pryor and industry and it's a simple joke but i still find really funny all that being said been. Why do you think that this will reach an audience of people who aren't familiar with blaxploitation movies or do you think they're just going to skip this altogether. It's not going to reach them now now having said that because it is eddie murphy it's gonna be on netflix at some point. Anybody who is familiar with eddie murphy or at least knows his name may watch it purely out of here today but this is going to reach a mainstream audience hell no. Do you think this is not the cater to no no no not at all. This is definitely a love letter to people who like this kinda shit. Though do you think though it'll have the same like cultural appeal as what was that movie with michael j. white where he basically who's playing dolemite black dynamite thank you. Do you think it'll catch on like that caught on do. I think it'd be a coke classic no but then again i mean we're in the time now where they're going to rebuild shaft again. We just had quinton tarantino with his like. Oh to the fifties sixties with a once upon a time in hollywood nostalgia is in full swing and this this vis almost falls under the same category as hollywood needs to be original but it's not the same as the stuff was coltish back in the day. This was a blaxploitation film met for the urban black community. This was not a mainstream thing that they're trying to capitalize on for for a quick buck. I think this is eddie. Murphy trying to once again be funny by going back actually funny and not lie invention eddie murphy funny yeah well. Let's be real eddie murphy okay. There's a lot of people out there that like really like the nutty professor but let's be real the last movie in my opinion that i can recall. I think eddie murphy was actually okay in was like maybe boomer oh. Oh yeah like like early beverly hills. I'd i'd take the back back back. What year did life come out. We're we're sending him and martin lawrence on that would have been lately nineties early. Two thousands that one wasn't bad live band daddy that might have her harlem volume nights. Harlem nights was was before life though yeah yeah but i'm just saying like eddie murphy by the time the nineties came around he he was nowhere near as big of a jaw or in my opinion as good as he was in the eighties and i don't mean beverly hills cop eighties. I mean like nineteen eighty to nineteen eighty-three like he was nineteen year old saturday night live. I would argue that. He was probably a bigger thing later in his career he just people weren't we're going to see him because he was the eddie murphy that we remember from the eighties they were going to like the diluted waterdown family friendly eddie murphy movies. I'm because my mom made money speaking of eddie murphy boy. They weren't funny. You know that they're making we talked about no like it's. They got the guy that played mcdowell. I remember talking about ivanka on a podcast. The podcast not like i knew this was months ago i remember but they got a notification yesterday and they've started production on it. This is what i was thinking too. I think that this was a passion project for eddie this movie movie the dolemite movie and this. I don't know maybe during the filming of this convinced him. I may come to america to or maybe this reinvigorated him to <hes> ba funny again. I don't know we'll see though i think eddie murphy was best when he was. I don't give a fuck eddie murphy you know and and to your point about when he was last funny the last time i thought he was genuinely like funny. The first night professor the first one was pretty good. Sequels eagles were sh- pay but the last thing that i thought he was really like true to form eddie. Murphy was vampire in brooklyn. Dat that one yeah last one. I was like okay. That's eddie murphy. I remember everything after that. Besides life life was kind of like a random one. He was in tower heist. I didn't like the movie but i liked him. Any wow he actually made me laugh finally told his forget what it was like yeah. I didn't like that me and i didn't like haunted mansion hell. I'm trying to think like imagine that do you remember that one where his daughter had like imaginary friends that were like giving her advice on the stock market and it was helping him with his do imagine down one trading places and but that that was eighty three of them yeah. I can't think of anything nineties eddie murphy that i enjoyed any worth it but one thing i didn't want to say about this before we jumped off. I feel personally. This is just me but i feel that this is do. I want to say this yeah. Fucking this is louis black panther. I'll fuck and said wow. I'm saying right here right now kids. This is your big bald. Words there my now now not in aspect of little kids are going to dress up for halloween and you're going to see people dressed like like dole minute comic. Condo you may you might you may that. That's not why i say this. I say this because all the black people that disney didn't buy i try to put in black panther in the lion king in the ended up in this movie these mother fuckers they got t._i. In his movie which i didn't even recognize it saw castles. Go back and say oh shit. He's manager do dislike actors that we hire you a bit more fluffier to them or whatever was he say something like that hillary or or some shit like the doughy deli knowing nest. He says that <hes> chris rock is in his shoe gaps. Mike absence initiate <hes> tom they've got the do hussein's pinot noir from fucking kimmy schmidt and this <hes> wesley snipes yeah. Where'd they dig up his mind doing avenue. I guess i got out of prison for this right right. She got to pay off the i._r._s. Some who else they got keegan michael keenness on mike skjei we said mike epps craig robins frank robinson. Yes yes craig. I was like dupatta time machine in office. What's his craig robertson like. I'm not even boasted every black person that wasn't in the lying and or black panther is in this move and they were just like hey man we gotta get it where we can get it and snoop yeah they do wrong fucking pull the joy out of his mouth for ten seconds again to shoot a scene for the movie we should do and even though he's in high in between tally so it was like snoop. Put it out action. We were rolling. We just put it down. Man brought it down wholly holding below cameras. Just don't let the smoke in your face like okay but every everything about it looks funny and i'm like this is right a mile so i'm all afford i'm. I'm actually for it to when i first started watching the trailer for like the first six seconds i was like what the hell is this and then i watched the trailer and i was like okay i can get behind this. I i was in no matter what because i like rudy ray moore but it wasn't until he does the fucking motherfuckers ma game parlors arose like i'm so okay now 'cause i was like alessi's eddie murphy but once he finally did i was okay i can accept him as i'm not looking at eddie murphy doing a a bit right but yeah it's coming to netflix believes coming out in the fall. I didn't catch it. There was a set release date on os fall two thousand nine hundred and so the debut next month at toronto international film festival now because his netflix production it will be on netflix at at some point whether or not they're going to let muster for a little bit until after the film festival. I don't know i want to be saved if they do because what's the point of debut in at a film festival is going to be a for everybody to be able to watch as well. I wouldn't be surprised if we don't see this until october on netflix probably because they're not going to give it a wide release in theaters. They have like select theaters will come out on f._o._x. We are super excited for it. I can't wait to see dolemite. Do some karate and fuck some bitches. It sounds good to me all right moving on. I'm the one that killed a work day and put wednesday. The hospital cooled out thursday's to tell friday not not saberi saturday on sunday. I wanna say thank you. I want to give a thank you to ninja and twitch because is i want to thank them for continuing to make the news each week to give me some easy quick baked titles so anything that i can put ninja in or use them in a thumbnail. I'm now in any kind of way. I am appreciative. I'm sorry that you got some bullshit drama going on between but this is always always a happy day day for me because for our rating semi hey like this might be fucking up your image but it's helping me also thank you ninja twitch home boy. I'm gonna to give you guys the info dump on this so you have context to what happened and then we'll kind of dissect it here so i'm getting this from kentucky which is where the majority gory of our video games stories but they said that tyler ninja blevins and that his name tyler blevins how he became became ninja. How people even allow to use that name like i'm sure somebody somewhere had gamertag ninja before it is <hes> but whatever anyway tyler ninja blevins who recently left his fourteen million follower which account behind to stream on a rival platform mixer has issued a statement labeled disgusted and so sorry today after the now account which he no longer operates was promoting streams from other users including one broadcasting pornography ninja obviously actually has no control over that twitch landing page now since he's left the service for good and is dismayed in the video below that the page is showcasing other streamers content now. They have have like a link to his twitter. He put video apologizing to his fans. Anybody had to see that it was going to his channel. He does make the point in his video that not now everybody has got the news that he's left which like yeah sure people who follow him or follow gaming news might have heard about it but just casual people who occasionally go to his channel to watch him stream may lina necessarily know that he's not there no more and to see porn on his landing page. Would maybe be upsetting. Some people said ahead on wall stating that his split from twitch head to this point been handled professionally. He says the promotion of a porn stream to still sizeable audience not everyone would have gotten on the news that he's moved on platforms is crossing the line leading ninja to begin attempts to get his entire page taken dow or at least not to promote other streamers or or other channels on his page he we got an update from same story came out the c._e._o. Of twitch image sheer he tweeted. I want to apologize directly to ninja that this happened. He said it wasn't they are intent but it should not have happened. No excuses <hes> sheer said the company had been experimenting with how recommended content was displayed across twitch when the pornographic extreme appeared on blevins page sheer added that the account behind the stream has been permanently banned and that the channel recommendations have been suspended while we investigate how this content came to be promoted so t._r. Ninja left twitch instead of his account just being disabled. They have a thing up there that says say. Why are you making false t. O. d. r. t. o. d. r. too long in re. Oh okay got so. I guess it would be te'o d._s. Nice to long or t._o._t._o. Too long didn't listen oh but <hes> yeah ninja left which on his landing page for most all other alan's actually it just says that the council or available or whatever wherever but they actually put up a thing saying oh ninjas not here but you can go check out these other channels of streamers and the algorithm just populates whatever's like heist being viewed at that moment so it's not like they picked certain channels to get you go watch. You're just like hey. This is what people are watching at the moment. Go check them out. Well from what i understand. It was a concerted effort by which users to all go to this channel that they knew who was streaming porn so the more people that got on the higher razor on the recommended list so that's how we got on his page and it was the first channel that that was recommended from for his off landing page. Yeah i know say thanks good job as great so so named just kinda mad at twitch but i feel like twitch is kinda to blame but not really their fault because it wasn't something that they control by. You know people do shit like this like anytime. There's anything that it's publicly available to participate in the internet will find find a way to fuck it up. I mean what when they gave a public option to decide where to send justin bieber to like here we go to a certain town and seeing a show there and people got the vote and do a poll on the internet and they try to put him in some third world country in the middle of the desert authorship somewhere there was another one where pit bull the rapper he was gonna do thing and and they ended up sending him to to a walmart in alaska and he actually went he did because he was just like fucking. I'll do it. I'll miss the world y. Yeah so oh so yeah so anytime anything you give the internet public access to something and you're just like hey whatever you guys want. That's what we'll do. They will find a way to make some fucked adoption so they all went to a porn channel and got that push up to number one but i will say which is to blame because for one they don't do this with other channels in your channels just deactivated deactivated right with some kind of message telling you that it's not active account anymore so they shouldn't have done this and if they were going to test has this out they shouldn't have tested it out on the big channel on their break like that was kind of a dumb move but i wanna put on some ten foil hats here real quick. Okay tana getting kids conspiracy theory mode all right so here we are okay. What what is just you know speculating here but what if maybe twitch is doing this shit low key to try and tarnished ninjas ninjas image some since he left a platform for what are they competitors knowing that it would hurt them in their image some but it would be they'd be willing to take the hit to hurt ninja in some way because twitter is going to be fought this some petty bullshit that makes sense. I know donate some pebbles. That's like i'm a key your car 'cause you cheated on me. Kinda shit because think of a relationship. This is exactly how i came up with the whole consumers. I think of it like a relationship. You and your girl been together. Y'all power neighborhood. Everybody knows that y'all are the into each other's yang. You know you make teach other stronger now. The husband wanted a divorce okay. It's an amicable divorce. That's fine but now he moved in with neighbor like another bitch in town. De literal next door. Neighbor your direct competitor on your block so now what you do is you go in. I don't know maybe you put awesome. Dick pixie since you up on facebook. I wanna lay because obviously he's not worth my time. No vange look that that evi g revenge okay be the bigger person and move to fuck on this they don't move on with revenge ranjini heart that they've acted on coolers bullies first bullies and then the check your boyfriend man oh you're better than that eh these women that they are better than that so okay so it's a two on one assault here because we got mike dude been is this dude and then then sometimes agrees with me and mike sometimes agrees with me and this is just not cool. Okay whoa agreement. Sometimes agree with me. I missed that last part. I wanna know what i do. Sometimes so it wasn't around so that spiracy theory yeah not at all okay so so so what do you think that it was just an honest mistake and just i think it was an honest mistake. I think it was twitch trying to capitalize on the fact that many people may not realize just left a platform so they wanna be able to guide those viewers to somewhere else as opposed to them leaving to go to mix as soon as they realised ninja was gone because why would they want anybody to know that ninja the biggest source of revenue left them. Why would they want to bring more attention to that. Well not necessarily trying to bring attention to it because i mean there's no way you can hide it. You know what i'm saying like. If people go to the pages down if they you know look up anything newsworthy about they'll know he's gone the reason i think that okay if it wasn't malicious and done on purpose i feel like it was just a really really bad decision on because you can achieve the same thing and just said hey. Why don't you go check out these other top streamers and just put links to their pages. You didn't have to actually make an algorithm algorithm to show what's being currently watched right now and then put it on the page. You could have just went whoever was number two behind ninja and just go down the list from there and just say hey. These are other top streamers. Go check them out. Oh i did it. This way was was like asking for trouble. I agree with that. They could <unk> simply it in the top ten people next to ninja in have them recommend those others but i could also see it being a matter of just the internet community or i guess the the twitch community as whole somebody may have found out switch was doing this and how independent that's why so many of us were. We're looking at porn was porn. There's going to be so many people going what the fuck is born to an on switch and then just find out in a boom in that because enough people to watch it and the algorithm we'll pick that up it could have been pure coincidence or it could have been somebody on the inside or somebody was some knowledge no-one they're working on this new algorithm and so they wanted to fuck which which not necessarily surly because they had anything against which it may not have been malicious. This is still funny and the internet loves funny. Now i now more. I'm more inclined to think. Twitch made a mistake and people in the community capital. I well. I won't say twitter mistake. Twits tried something different and the internet community capitalized. I more than them. Throw knock and injure yeah fair enough fair enough. I just want to put on my tinfoil hat because i i wanna believe let me believe in my hearts that twitches just like vindictive ex girlfriend who will slash tires and burn up close and tell everybody how little your decor break up. I just want to believe that that's what twitches honestly. I'm thinking. This is a hug that girl that hurts you yeah. She ain't her noodle more. It's okay. I'm thinking this is all a good thing that ninja left for mixer. I mean microsoft is made a big move in the market of gaming gene streaming game yeah and so i'm hoping that amazon who owns twitch now steps their game over yeah well it can competition addition in any market is always a good thing for the end consumer. I just i just don't i. I've not even been to the mixer platform but i just don't know if dimmed dumping money into it is going to make it better. You know what i mean like. I always signed the biggest str- in the world so now you gotta come over here. It's like not necessarily made. Nah memory serves me right within that first day on aunt mixer. That ninja went live. He gained a one point. Four million followers does sounds about right and i know that after it was announced he was going to make sure mixer was number one and <hes> free app that was downloaded from the apple store or so i mean it immediately got them nunu subs and stuff and when we talked about this last week i said like hey any the aspiring streamers wanna start streaming mixer now 'cause they got a new audience. That's coming over here in droves and this is a good way to get discovered you could ride the wake of his his waves. Hey rising tide raises all ships or whatever so not just that but i mean mixers around for a few years now i i thought i'm going there myself and check it out so if you're somebody who is relatively small already platform you got a lot more people coming in so step your game up you know this this. This would definitely be the time to try and if you're thinking about it but yeah so sorry ninja. You're you're. You're a wholesome family. Image has been destroyed even though you have been caught making racial slurs and seeing some foul shit in strays but we're going to just act like that didn't happen porn. That's what's going to ruin corner career anyway. Moving on i am a bit confused so it's fine to play and show games that depict violence in voter but if some cartoons hits there on the screen that's not granted these were realtors but what's the difference guests over it. <hes> <music> <music> and they're coming out with a little monsters movie. Okay i got so excited when i- yoga but not the fred savage and howie mandel. I know i know tier. I got so so excited because because that's was the first thing that popped up on youtube and i was like oh my god i haven't seen this movie forever and then i was like wait. This is old and i started looking for it. They're going in a remake. Any like monster kid movie buddy cop thing. They need to remake one. I one horned flying purple people eater. If you're going to remake anything i would be alfred alfred but song has to be in the movie or ammo anyway. No this movie has lupita and josh gad and another actor. I've never seen before and the entire time i was watching his trailer. Do you know what i kept saying to myself over and over again. He's punched in the face. Oh that's what i was saying. You know what i kept having to remind myself of the whole time. I was watching. This probably that lupita seems to be getting typecast in horror films close close the whole time. I kept seeing myself. This isn't a trailer for us. This isn't a trailer for us. This isn't a trailer for us because i swear to god like even down it to her being like soaked in blood and trailer. I was like this literally looks like a trailer for us like if you took blue and white people well there was why people us but still for for the most part. It wasn't like kind of tweak it a little bit out of this for us. I would've totally bought it. Passing blankets brighter us was kind of pretty shot chat pretty dark at night. I mean it was supposed to be but people wanted to say. Is that why dark. No i know the mood. It was a horror movie yadda yadda yadda this is this is like zombie comedy. Yes this is not the little monsters as with this is not us the jordan peo- movie this is it reminds me more of say zombie land band or shaun of the dead like i really liked dark comedy set in some like post apocalyptic horror tight so like zombie land shaun of the dead movies like that. I like that kinda. Shea like where it's it's. It's has relevant yeah yeah stuff like that but it's still funny like i like that that kind of comedy like there's there's i see in this evil dead. You didn't like even though i don't like them. Other movies that you labeled off except from i still don. That's the only one that i like when when when they throw the records at the zombie shauna today and then they put up the eighty nine in prince albany keep that one like come on. Are you appreciate that joke. Oh okay okay. I appreciate that joke but i didn't like that movie. Okay fair enough. I i actually because you rolled your eyes when i said who was in his josh gad. I don't like josh gad either adding trailer now lake. I was sitting there and i seen gene then i seen him on. We'll go my god and then there the whole pumping kids that whole trailer. I'm like for the love of god. Please please punch him and then lupita new ongo turnaround should just decks in with the right hand and i'm like yeah okay. That was my excitement for that. No the moment only at where i was like okay maybe i was wrong about joschka. He's actually kind of funny was win. They they do a little setup of them. Being little i guess a farmers parker some schiff field trip and in his obvious come in and they all run to being really helpless helpless. We have children here. He's like oh my god. I was like okay that was actually funny like good job and then the best part of the whole trailer where he might excellent zombie king by using oh. How do you like like using oh god. What am i doing pulled his mouth. Yeah that come on man. Oh no what about you being. Why do you also hate josh gad no. I don't hate them so don't like him. Is different is just another actor to me pretty very much so ben. Ben is not a big movie guys whatever he doesn't judging compare lake where i sit back for the video game spills. He suspect for the movie spiel where he just like whatever i know he was in frozen. He's a snowman yeah. I like him as olaf. I never watched frozen but i know he's in it yeah. He's just oh man named olaf. I did not like him in beauty and the beast. I did not like oh you notice rumor that he's going to be pink one in the batman movie <hes> yes. I did see fan art of that and i was down for that so i was gonna say look at this point. It's stupid humor shit that ada so leak who is it that does stupid humor really bad in other movies really well jenny mccarthy marino melissa mccarthy melissa mccarthy already know because her she's like yeah. I don't like her at all. I like your inner stupid humor ship but i don't like her in. I liked her better when she was on gilmore girls. It's not a big fan of rebel wilson either yeah. He's another one that has the same shtick like it's all fat and i'm clumsy like that was twenty for the first twenty minutes and movie what else you got rain doing or who else not like in that role. I think comedian but she's not funny any schumer. Oh i don't want all like okay. Okay okay. I feel pretty was about the only one here hear me out. Okay i know i know before arrive and say it. I know but hear me out. I cannot stand her comedy at all but i wanna hate fuck. Her soul bay union understand. I would not amy schumer stick as a foot. That's our tear her as to fuck up issue because he says he in and she likes. She got that like white girl. Thick this and i was like okay got a little low titties. I would tear shit up just putting it out there. Just what did you think i was gonna say. Ben is was sell sledding fisher. Hey hey i i'll elisa elisa services for gimme a second here to get her name well she in. She's just a female standup. She recently had a netflix older millennial. I know that is. I really like amy schumer. I'll i think about is like your mouth is too small for your face. How do you spell her name gene. Give me a second to look it up. I'm going to this. This is who i thought he was talking about her efficient. That's what i thought he was on. Now is the fisher it was like as i was like she's like a real life. Mary jane wants and i was like i'll be all over. His name is laying is elise elisa. Yes lead singer slesinger <hes> anyway either white not her the whole point when is no. I don't like josh good. I thought that he was funny in this <hes>. I'm glad lupita being more stuff. I don't necessarily want her to be typecast. Steve on his zombie horror slasher something or other movies. I'm no fan and on the female heroine no cones just like us. She won't we'll take a sharp object and fucked up shit. I'm like hey. I'm down for that. I i do want to say this. Though we have to stop. I thought that we would burn out of the zombie craze about five years ago. I'm so tired i love. I love zombie movies boy. I feel like we've been oversaturated between the walking dead and walking walking dead spin off shows and in the movies in the horror comedy and everything else i might i feel like we need a good five six year hiatus from zombies in every medium no books no movies vampires to vampires. I've been over vampire since two thousand like bars for years. Now save like vampires are heavily heavily stoker's dracula last good vampire movie is so let's say we were sitting and we were looking on net flicks in <hes> <hes> me in the studio audience. We binge watch on netflix now. That's kind of our thing noise. You know we wait till t- money comes home. He doesn't get outta work till two three o'clock in the morning. Being on the nights where i don't have to work we sit and we binged like net flicks kennamer thing and we were looking in everything we come across those like high school drama zombies vampires and that was it and i'm like can we just please for the love of god. Pick something else 'cause i'm done. I want to tell you all a secret and this for the listeners out there and internet world too. I wanna say secret ninety nine percent of this you should own netflix is what he's talking about it. Because ninety nine percents should on netflix bullshit especially once like other studios in companies and stuff started making her own streaming services. This is pulling off a netflix. Netflix is full of ball slight. What netflix was back when you ordered movies in the mail and that's what netflix used to be i remember and in iran for that and then you could order more like the red box exactly bang fai exactly like gameplay literally would net flicks was then they evolved evolved into what we know now which i think they still do the you can get movies mail to you. I don't know why you would science cds. Nobody buys cds anyway. It's like even if you do like physical stuff. It's like well if it's already right there on t._v. Why would you wait a week or whatever we come. Watch it anyway. I i think we've been oversaturated. Was avi movies. I want to see this zombie lane to the won't bill murray. There's one coming out is not something bill murray the guy who plays <hes> kylo ren and star wars movies in it. I can't think of yeah they're like blue collar san shares or some shit you i saw that's going to be kind of funny but other than that i uh-huh those three in an i'm done i'll wait four because even though he is so hit or miss for me zack snyder is making a army of the dead movie so i do kinda wanna see that but fair enough other than that though see i never saw zombie land the first one. I don't intend intend on seeing the second movie this. I will probably see just on off chance door for state no new two pockets. Maybe maybe that's that's my motivation for most things but well what are you what are your feelings on on has been like. Would you watch this. I'm might watch it simply for the fact that the comedy is going to revolve around children like if it was just another <music> bunch of adults making wise cracks. No i want it but once again like this is becoming trump again like hollywood's obviously we this is probably going to be a creative venture but the whole idea of zombies vampires on dead it. It's overplayed is passe. Hey man like i'm sick of this ship and i am kind of biased because this actually came out was released at the beginning of the year was at the sundance film festival currently has over a ninety percent rating on rotten tomatoes and that's part of the reason why i will see this. Oh wow that's good then yup. Wrestling for indie film to ninety percent run to me. That was really fucking. Good looks like generally speaking if it wasn't for the fact that there was not like kids in this and that it did naps a high rating from critics. I would not give it a second thought fair enough. It's like the kids is enough of a twist on it for you to make you go okay. I'll give it a shot yeah fair enough. Did we catch the release date on this. One is going going to be released on november fifteenth now whether or not it's going to be released <unk> to rant her to see at actual theaters i don't know but apparently it is distributed by neon hulu so i'm guessing if you have an account with one of those two you'll be able to watch it on that date. Yeah yeah it'll be on hulu sure enough all right moving on. I was hoping for a remake or even better a sequel to the original little monsters it could be a buddy company thought maybe and we could bring that fred savage and howie mandel. I'm sure he stick of judging talent shows by now <music>. That's how i begin and for america's number one show dumb shit of the week that's right. Don't you to weaken the show with jay melanoma dumb shit we talk about what your submission on the show find us on twitter at giant leap the number four email us issue o._g. L._s. dot com now. Here's your host d._j. Meli <music> all right <hes> well shit has certainly covered a wide range of topics. It has it though <hes> not really because a lot of senior had a lot of china insourcing thing and and <hes> putting something in some kind of office either kind of knowsley yeah what else in see ya honey honey popsicles. We talked about but plugs we did. We mentioned giant a lot of commands one. No i mean you're better off doing this. Just in your spare time anyway because you're not gonna make a lot of money. Doing it asked me khalifa yeah. I actually saw that. I got that reference <hes> anyway. Sidebar meekly did an interview with samadi in the less than a year. She was informed. She did a lot of porn in like a year became really it was only in the business for like four months yeah. I was gonna say but yes she. The only pay twelve thousand dollars during that whole time she was doing she living could mean that yes but i the people that do cams that make more than you should have just been fucking cam girl. You gotta make a night. You can just pay me that money not before i'm fine with that okay. I know that we've had some clothing choices on dumb shit we have yes and that's where we're back to this week so kay ladies and gentlemen. I now permanent you. The generation who who is who is has who is i was gonna generation has access to men's short sleeve steve turned down collar press button crotch bodysuits that is a fucking mouthful okay so just to convince vince that it's basically it's basically a buttoned down polo with the two buttons and and it is a full body suit that snaps in the crotch no no no no oh so okay a better way to describe. It is the a grown man's onesie. Yes it's the ones that you put on babies snaps crotch but it has a polo hello colorado and its launch your ray them because they figure that women bodysuits women wear shit like this to me sexy yeah and white people not with the weirdest myself i'll tell you i don't so this'll even the body suits but i do know several women and they wear it basically looks like a tank top with the wide straps like a wife beater tank top bobby where the from baywatch t._v.'s yes something like that and it snaps in the crash. Only thing sexy on baywatch is they were like they all had fake faye tits and ran in slow motion cut it shapes underneath your tits and so basically it pushes them up and yeah but you're covering more skin no now i like dresses in shape so you don't just say no no no but for the main as as long as you would that wouldn't be lingerie for women no right and falls in the laundry category are one of them. We are people who like the heavier divers change them ankles like something you'd wear to rent this. I know right. I'm looking at this on amazon. We finally follow something. That's worse than men robbers yeah yeah. This is definitely worse than the men rampers <hes>. I didn't think we i assume aw there in theory so that men don't have to continually tuck in their shirts every day or all the time i but if you talk skin polo shirts your ass. I'll say that right now. We had a whole fashioned episode. I gave fashion tips and stuff. I'm gonna tell you right now if you took in. You'll polo shirt. You're an asshole. It probably nestle yeah. I wear ashley money whereas a lot of polo shirts now that he's coaching no. He's an asshole astle to his five love him but no if you tuck your polo shirt in you need to be beat fuck up everywhere you go until you untucked dash it. No you don't touch polo shirts. You talk button downs you can even i wouldn't even let you do like the little half tuck on t. shirt now but a polo tucked thin no no anyways unless you're playing golf profanity old people play still joyous with so i i am looking at this on amazon like this isn't a trope. This isn't something fake. You can buy it right now. I am looking at it on amazon. Donald the collared button down one piece man what the fuck was it called the men's lingerie short sleeve turn down collar press crotch shirt bodysuit woo man and how much can get it for the low low price of twelve ninety five but the bigger sizes they do charge you an extra dollar thirteen ninety five and it comes in black or navy blue. What how big can you get the crotch in the important. I don't know about how you can get. The crotch usually unbuttoned because i assume you know you just you you safety pendants at the bottom of your jeans <hes> <hes> you can get it in an extra large with five ninety nine for shipping okay. And how much does it cost to get your dignity back back way more than ninety five and it's just like the baby onesie. It's got three buttons the crotch first of all i like the ease of being able to pull my close up or down or when i have to use the bathroom that hole hole digging in your crotch thing to undo buttons that's just weird. I don't even know if i want to put my kids in that plus two two unless you're going to do a standing up what you probably going to do is sit in dow. You run the risk of like getting your hand in a toilet water. You don't wanna do that yeah. No though i know i know me personally. I wait to go to the bathroom as long as i possibly can. I'm sure that's not good for my bladder put but i mean <unk> as long as i possibly can. I'm not going to have time to undo the buttons and those things you gotta like yank. If you've ever seen baby onesies as you gotta like yank they don't they don't come off easy okay so i wanna say something. I'm gonna i'm gonna tell you guys another little fashion thing and low secret. What about mike so as a main. If you wear a button-down shirt tucked in you understand the dreaded muffin top okay to where as women to spill out on the sideline and you have to constantly keep trying to pull back in well there is a device or an accessory that you can buy to help keep that from happening now if you're going to do this you got to be totally comfortable with your sexuality as man and not be embarrassed about stuff and you gotta be okay. We're a high socks but there's this thing called the clips. Yes yes yes okay. I own some okay and if you ever see me wearing a button-down shirt underneath my paints there's these little things that are clipped to the bottom of my shirt in clip to the top of my sock to keep my shirt pull down so it doesn't bunch up and start to spill out from reaching and stuff like that question. Yes if you didn't wanna wear the high socks. Why don't you just clip it to the edgier to your boxers too much slack. It needs to be tighter because the thing is about like this long because it goes down a lengthy shorter ones with. I don't know if they make sure to one plus two. I don't wanna clip anything that close to my bare skin like it's okay because it's like his down by my calf or whatever sometimes it rubs from walking around and you don't want to you won't scars only ask from you say you could get like the plastic ones that us for sheets true. It was hard. It was just fine him. I go to fucking fucking men's warehouse by this shit because nobody at work no anyway. The point is is. It's basically the same concept as the onesie. I would much rather clip that shit on me to keep my shirt now than to have. I don't wanna button-down nothing else. Yeah let's see here. Is that won't give you an accurate count of how many were so. Let's see i'm gonna get to full screen here because i left my glasses at home. Who's reviews service. Sir <unk> these six five left. Let's put it this way. I tried to type in google search all those words whereas you gave me and i wound up like somehow back again at like the underwear where all my favorite yeah they have four point four three oh okay and they said how many are in stock. They have five left's okay so eight to start with okay because i promise you they didn't sell no more than three minutes. So i mean you know but someone is buying though. I don't know why but somebody's buying it so so sorry i just looked you know how you scroll down. It says like amazon better. I just glance at it. I thought said amazon fetish now the fuck okay all right go back. Please continue so so okay so hear me out we we all got the the <hes> see-through pugh dick and ball pouch buffalo onesie. Okay we could totally really do like a button-down like bodysuit like the whole thing you know what's funny is the man bargain fines signs related to this item bam meant on underneath. You're one zero. You're wearing your dick and balls boxer briefs and over. We need to get some sponsors to buy these things clipped on what people into wearing them for us because there's no way you're ever gonna see me addition okay so i clicked on these things. Put him on other people. I clicked on the about the item it says but in goes back i'll obtains one piece shirt bodysuit romper pajama crotch closer short sleeves turndown collar too fasteners at the top men's shirt design fine solid colors stretch fabric for custom fit. No matter your body shape only two buffalo slap not like jim now but it does say perfect for diaper lovers age players cost players love the hero an adult babies etc. What did i say. The first thing out of my mouth was this shifting people who fucking dress up like babies knew what god damn <hes> you can wear so you can get them all the way up to size to x._l. You know how can you get an extended dick pouch size because there's is not it sadler too crotch. Oh shoulder to crotch sites here. We go thirty four evanson meters for medium okay thirty five yup. This is shoulder to crotch. Yes okay but i mean i would assume that if you have a thicker than you would need a longer longer shirt didn't need to put in. I'm gonna make a long bridge. The longest have addict big thirty seven to ninety four centimeters so there you go. It's like how much girth can constitu. We've spent way too much time on this. I my my goal was to make this short sweet fail you. Did you know i underestimated the amount of dick jokes that followed this of course yeah especially with ben being back morrison awesome yeah so many dick jokes you between you and mind guys kinda like bounce off of each other and so he'll he'll start one and you'll finish it brings assists yeah. You guys keep going for behind. The back. Pass you go for the layup of romance is so thick we finish each. Other's dick jokes the app yep yep. That's pretty much that was good. Actually they need to go on the shirt. Yeah then he's gonna shape the thickest thick his digs go right there. Yes yes on the dick to yup yup still my i guess advice also i would say my point on those there was a point. No no no my my. The advice i suppose is if you're into adult baby play then. There is a polo for you if you're not you don't even make sense because you want to be an adult baby but you wanna wear like a forty year old man. I don't tire understand that kind of relationship so i'm not gonna go there but he's is like business on top party. Don't understand that kind of relationship so i'm not going to go there so yeah. That's dumb <hes> ship for this week as usual my process things just kind of come to me as i'm scrolling the internet at two o'clock in the morning not being able to sleep sleep <hes> if you want to contribute to dump shit at the week you can send it to the show at official ojea left g g dot com. Um you can also send it to me. On twitter. I am at froggy beaver and the show is at one giant leap the number four weeks so somehow someway give me your dumb dumb shared and i'll peruse it in possibly put it on the show safe. Markets don't buy onesies unless you are literally a kid yeah yeah but you wouldn't be by anyone that is it for the show. Remember you can always find us at our home. One giant leap forgive style lipson dot com. We were apple podcasts spotify. 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Love Island USA Season 2 | September 23, 2020

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Love Island USA Season 2 | September 23, 2020

"If you're looking for. Well you John's. Because Jerry. And Scou-. Wafting the men that they cast on this show are truly disgrace. So we'd all care about the love. there. We just wanted to see the drama. Hello, everyone, and welcome back to our love island recap as always I'm your host cursor. McKenna's joined by a wonderful Brian scally scally. How's it going? Good excited to be back in here for the second time this week already on a Wednesday talking about the next two episodes of love island which. Continued to deliver already. Hell Yeah I do think that this three episodes a week structure is the way to go moving forward. So I'm happy about that. And I'm very happy to welcome in our guest. Last time I was on a podcast with this man people said. What were those to smoking and it was nothing Guest. Is Josh Williams Josh How's it going? Hello everybody I am so excited to talk about some low island I'm come in like reckon with no clothes on because that is actually how boys do it these days. In twenty twenty when Corona viruses. There the bubble So it's okay for them to do these weird challenges. And we had talked. At the car wash challenge for the girls one is it the guys turn and that was tonight There was some drama before that. Drama this'll. So. Last episode was when Laken and Julia came in and and the preview showed them doing like their lap dances with the horror movie circus music and we had hoped they would continue to use that. In the actual episode but. They didn't. They just use like a normal pop music, which is whatever. And so everyone got to dance, and then we got the results of the heart rate challenge from last time so. I. We always a little revealing. Just a little revealing almost as revealing as the costumes everyone war for the challenge. So we go through these find out which man made each woman's heart rate. Increase the most so for Justin. was carrying. Ten. Curl to. This that sailor costume shouldn't have work anybody. Two out of five. I think. Do you think that they were just like stressed out about the adult toddler in their midst and it grows her? I. Think it was because man you know he came in. He really did know how to do it on Paul Ro and I was like I was also a little flustered. Not Thinking he had deserved to girls that'd be popping doing. So. He also got Kirstin hard beating the the most which I'm not surprised by that I she's been pants after him the home. She was staring at him the way they grow. Our. Episodes stretch for care sin really falling hard back onto Carrington train and like. Listen Kirstin he's just not that into you enough. Like honestly she should be I think embarrassed but we We've all gotten embarrassed over. Four so Tell us how you really feel. Wait okay. I cracked a a CIDER and I've had like three seven wait until I, get to the ad and because this one's seven percent and last time I had two of. Waste. I remember. Anyway so then we also found that more. Like Caleb the most which is. Understandable. Caleb is very hot. Attractive the all. Wise Sexuality has exploded this season the low. Island. Trying to go back closet but then. With this right here by X. Homosexual right here but you know I think all that shirt. In. Great unlike his arm or your heart was not the only one. I can cut assigned. We also got Laurel. Enjoyed Kelvin's performance most an I was. Offended by this personally. Hey Miss Connection Laurel and Calvin all week. It's will they won't they and maybe this was a sign that she's been ignoring I mean that will be nice but I do understand. When cal him win? Presentation Man. In My face with cringing. Actually decreased, watching that performance. Towards Oh And then the last one we find out, of course, I Johnny Got Sally's heart going and I think Johnny. Did get everyone's heart going, but he does not get our minds going. Johnny also raises my blood pressure pretty frequently watching the show. So understanding of all, he really didn't need a dance. HILARITY I'M GONNA make out with Sally and it worked. You're right I feel like he does. Cause increased heart rates due to rage. Great. Salary, find out which women got the men's heart's racing the most and so I up Carrington. Got Laken. She did it for him he might say something about this listen. To come in and what I was not impressed. Okay. One bid. No, it's okay I'm not GONNA be mad about it. I think Carrington himself like his actions show that he really press when Calvin. Laurie racing. So he was like you know what? Maria about. Telling me something. We know that Laken is Carrington's ideal type fresh blood. Is always going to go for a new woman I. Noticed on I was thinking about it this episode of the Women in the villa, the only two that haven't been here since the premiere. Are. Laurel Cure Stan and both of them got into the villa coupling up with Carrington that is the move if you are a fresh woman to the house to get in and stay. Over Carrington. twos a coincidence threes pattern, and it looks like we might be three is pretty soon berry. I, don't know why I'm sorry. Bennett. Julia. Got Bennett's heart rate going to Julia was kind of invisible over these two episodes, but she's the angel with Nice but who came out Really oblate who. I, don't know her. Leaking guys. Every bit shoot a little bit in the first episode. But the second episode was justed she was appearing in back less screen time than Noah on his exit episode just like completely gone. It's It's kind of. Just. A pattern of this point with some of these people. I saw someone tweeted today that any of the new woman who came in should've just had Moore's spot at the beginning of the season but like more doesn't have what it takes to come in as a new girl and shake things up. But what she does have is as someone who's been there the whole time the ability to shake things up. My Pot G. continues to we'll see these episodes. Completely, indifferent on like girls as depicted on guys days to pick she is the most engaged woman in the villa. She knows how to play the game and I honestly respect that. We also got. So Sally got two of the men's hearts beating the fastest she got. Calvin and Johnny. Oh, it was a split are honestly. That's split. At home. So, even that just the initial shock. and. It was just the shock that Kelvin's. Could beat faster I think like I just. So I've come to the conclusion that I think he's a vampire. See, you don't think there was a heart rate. I don't think he has a heart like he creeps me. Anti Calvin. I mean again, he does really really look like the actor who plays Archie in Riverdale. Who if anyone has ever listened to me recap the show Riverdale knows I hate Archie Andrews with. A passion that. Will never die even when I myself die. So that doesn't help Calvin case. I'm. Sorry Somebody Riverdell. Wow I've. Never Watch real looks like a cage. Like he revised. I also Never Watch riverdell. Show the giant never. Never, watched it i. know a lot of crazy stuff on to my knowledge. I don't think archie is a vampire maybe not yet I. Could Happen. Unless you. The show is just literally the wildest thing you've ever seen and it's like dumb and bad but I can't stop watching it so. Like I come into every Riverdale podcasting Lake Mary I quit not coming. Come back. So, and then the final one is Laurel God calebs heart racing, which I guess makes sense from the confessionals we saw last time. But I just felt like it came out of nowhere. I'm sorry I was very confused by Laura I'm she is not doing it. What is he can give me give me that and I really I'll give away to school grow vibes rung on Laurel but most importantly. I was very shook of. And my garage steamed and nine nobody are racing like Uh. Like did she get there is racing so much that they do legally die or something like I I can't think of any on. Line Yeah. She should get special for. Like she crushed. Yes, she was so good. She did everything that she needed to do. She loved it on the floor ended bats but you know obviously, I'm so men they just don't understand their bodies just don't work the way. Bill. All five of these men are the CEO's of no taste so. Her So then we get some talk between everybody. It's pretty minor but basically, Bennett talks about how he is open which cute a blast time. He's just so open. Carrington is immediately into Laken and Love is like New People are always interested in the newest relationships which I feel like a really good read. That it works. You know they're easy targets. That's what everyone knows. It's the way of saying that like you're the most vulnerable will here. So it's very convenient that they're interview but what do you expect them to jail law can be fair people have been into Carrington, the whole time. But saying that's unexpected. They're like you know who I really thought was horrible on the outside Carrington and then get in here and he's not that bad. So it seems like actually super into. Not Has. Really nothing. No easing. On All, these new people the minute that they get into relationships, shake, shake it up. They start to find inches and other people by new jalen Kinsey he was into he wasn't inter now that he stay in now in in all embiid it right now he got Kirsten. Curious. Better. Of that got her and now he's. Over this because. He has the power now. So now he can decide whereas before it was like. Better couple of with Pearson I know she's loyal because she waited for Carrington that time. And waited and waited. He'd be. Like I I, WanNa see a medium of like. A skeleton like sitting on a bed and it's like, here's John Still? Waiting for Carrington to interest. Okay. So I have a send out tomorrow. Executive producer credit on not tweet. I guess I could do it right now but there you go. I don't know that seems really hard. I'm probably going to do it. Let's let's see what happens. Okay. So then The girls also talk. Is. And it's just like Gerstenberg. Carrington showed you who he is. And more is like I'm competitive. Okay football during that like she said, it's like this is not the most healthy of reasons but I see new girls and I want to win. That very much is inspired her quickly like when her asking like Oh should I kiss calvin tonight like she's actively calculating it before. I. Yeah. Like she legit is like, ooh, I should I should get calvin tonight because now there's competition who Knows he says ready to play the game I expected. Mills. I just. The funniest skeleton picture for this. I'm sorry guys I'm to weeding. On God. I also like what this girl talk. You get a little bit of the foreshadowing of Laurel being insecure, which definitely has become a main storyline in these next two episodes and seems like. Maybe, she does have something to worry about. It's one is, is like Carrington so mad When he thought that she was looking for someone else. And so I feel like the reactions were not proportional. Our Laurels in or gone both sides like I just feel like she got upset with him when he brought up that he wanted to know she was pursuing someone else and then she got up with him when he was like, yeah. I. Like somebody else. and. He also was like, well, why don't you just why didn't you tell me? And then did he immediately go to her and tell her? He didn't. Yeah, we didn't get to see at least a clear conversation. It does seem like he's actively having talks with her whereas like. I don't know I feel like it's Kinda. He couldn't help laken was openly talking about how she was interested in him before like big got a chance to have a conversation whereas Laurel was kind of talking to like a number of people in the villa about her interest in Calvin before speaking to him. But I don't think that you handled this perfectly absolutely not their relationship showing a lot of holes and more on on both ends like they are neither of them are completely in the community are completely in the wrong but they are definitely not working out together so. I don't see a future. No. Not Good and then we also we got really funny scene I thought of the new girls talking. Because Lagan, is like I think Carrington is so hot. Oh my God and Julia was literally unconscious and the bed next. Like she's like just going on and on about Carrington and Julia is like. Dead to the world. I'm tired was. Way Too long. Sleeve, I love being talkative enough to hold a conversation with yourself though and not notice the other person is completely in like. Oh i. think it's relatable. I, am sure that I have been both the Lagan and the Juliet in that situation Except for me, the version is like trying to watch the challenge at three in the morning after alive. No at all and I'm just. scalise like wake up and I'm like, I'm awake. Bed I'm watching your. Oh gotTA. Watch. The challenge. So Okay So then in the morning suddenly. Marin. Calvin. Are All. Getting physical on the bed just kissing but that's just Don't see. No. More, physical than I thought, it was they did a Clinton where they were showing every single person, all the couples sleeping some little distant and he jumped a gallon more I'm looking like Whoa WHOA WHOA Whoa. Where does this go? Bro Daegu let's just say a huge run on him. Trump. Thirty. Other. Not Show. Is that like even Calvin acknowledges in like the guy's closet he's like, yeah the new girls come in and all of a sudden is all over me. And the thing is that helmet complaining because no one else has been all over Calvin. So if they're going to have a mutually beneficial little situation right here I, think that they're both pretty happy with where yeah anybody can have this. I think men to are the ones who? Can work with obviously yeah. Calvin Amoy Rep both I feel like are just cockroaches in this game they will never die. They were either till the end no matter what they have to do no matter who they have to couple up with. They are going to get to the end together. Or die trying. Once. I. Beer. Crying. I'm here longer released. Doing. IS THEY'RE? Not. Having a good time you know. At least like a mutual thing where like people know what's happening right now? Anyone's taking advantage of anybody I think that both probably think they're smarter than they are at hiding their motivations like both of them by. They both know what's going on and that's exactly. I wonder if the thing that they're hiding it from us or actively hiding it from each other or if they're openly having conversations about like. All right. So we're just GONNA, make it to the end or is it like I'm getting one over on Myra? Just someone new comes in and she's like I'm getting over on Calvin till someone new coach. And that would be a much more interesting dynamic I think honestly. I think that might have been the case a little bit ago. But I think both of them are recognizing like there's not going to be many more people coming in and I think that the. Last call where you look around and you're like. Okay that's what we've got. That's what we're working with. Now. The like. Well, okay. We'll move on I'll move onto this. So when we get to that point Very. Bring up you can't. Overly. Okay. So Now. There is going through this thing with Carrington Count GonNa try to pursue her again. I could see it as like. Laurel is probably a safer bet. But it could also be you know. Morris all up on me. So you know like it could definitely come down to. Play a game and she gonNA continue playing. So yeah, she reminded me warm. All know. Your mind until I. I would like to see the Calvin Laurel dynamic like at least tried out because. We haven't really seen either of them in many lake. Actual relationships with potential. So I would like to see a different dynamic there. But the thing is for Calvin like Laurel said that like if Carrington find someone else, she'd walk out of the villa. So doesn't seem much hope and so I, don't see Calvin and putting five eggs in that basket when it doesn't really seem like more your has any other options right now and they both seem content to stay with each other. Oh. Yikes. 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So just in says that she's someone who falls hard fast and that she was dollar time with him but also like wants him to take the initiative and Caleb was like well, it's on me I. I will make efforts I, and I just. Wanted to see more from them. I'm so upset that they cut out their hideaway. Really cheating us out like they want. Ain't nobody. got. This. Content but you know one thing about them both of them as every congress in super healthy like I could see just understand this team I know how it feels like really you know know you low somebody but not wanting to get your bar broke in and wanting to see the person loves you just might suddenly and it's really cool to seeking. It'll be like I understand that I see that and I'm willing to do it. A lot of guys aren't like that they do not care to To really. hold onto what the lady. and. Shows you shows that everybody love Person Love You I'm sorry. On relate to. Relieve. My answers in my face and basing it might be i. know a Johnny. I feel like this is you know we've seen a conversation like this from them before and Caleb Oh has been very quick like if that's what you need like I'll do it. I'm ready. So that's what I do like I wish that just felt like a little more comfortable but that'll like. Making that effort herself but like that'll come and the fact that he's so immediately every time like no, I'll make the effort be like if you feel like I need to make more than like on it, you sixty forty rather than asking for fifty fifty all of the time, and then she can go sixty forty and other like areas. So that's where it's like. I like that they are so willing to just fill in the holes for the other person and be good moving forward. Absolutely. Yeah. It's not like that one like bachelor entrance a couple years ago when the person was like you come meet me fifty fifty, meet me sixty forty will you come commit ninety ten like at least this is like a cute row relationship. Yeah, they're good. I definitely feel like they were a little bit invisible episode this episode both we gotta like even more significant amount of screen time with them in the next. So opening that continues as we move towards the finale. I WANNA every episode I want. These fifteen minutes of every episode to be Caleb injustice I think not marshals. Not counting commercials achieve a cat. Calvin and Julia Talk. and. There was just like the lack of chemistry. jumped. down. Not to joy of Oh, she's like seat and apparently recognized, but it didn't seem like I. Guess she did I was GonNa say later she doesn't seem but you know they talk about how they both a lot of people like try to let relationships find them and they're both people who actively like one and we'll search that out. So I like I mean you know it's great to talk about how you don't need a relationship. You want one Calvin, May. Need. A relationship to stick around but otherwise on the outside just once one. Fair Enough I. Just I feel like they weren't notable all. Not. Sorry go ahead you would have thought that Calvin would have had a better chance with either of the two new women but like when they need a lifeline to get into the villa, they're like still not cal and. You know. That's. In the laws of episodes when just dino's like what am I gonNa talk to Calvin ballot and she's lived with him for weeks. Oh He's our effort. Gallon newsy Kaley. So. So, the wing Awakening Carrington. Are Bonding Carrington does make a point of being like I am with Laurel and like it would take a law for me to switch but then Promptly drops way more personal information than we've gotten from him this whole season. I think like. Yeah but I think. Honestly I Agree I. Agree so much I. Think Carentan in Kirstin. Really be worthy both they seem the type that really be the. Same Culture very much party people. Is Not. A little. Bit face fried and not really very shallow. So when I saw legally I, thought the thing. But this time spin on it. Really want her. So that's been a big he's ready to. Open up more is extremely tight. My favorite things Carrington is like lake in just such a unique look like our. Show. I don't know. But. The thing I think more is, is I think Carrington is a lot of people talk about like growing on these shows think Carrington is either growing a little bit or just getting more comfortable being in the villa himself and so with each new person talks to he's like, Oh, I, can open up more. Oh, I can open up more. It's like yeah but that's just because you've been here longer maybe and not just because each person is progressively better for you but that you're becoming more comfortable with yourself opening up as a person maybe I don't know as. Definite possibility. Absolutely. He's not growing more at the relationship more as a person with every single relationship he gives me and. That's why he going to the next person. Obviously, you got from them and say, you know what is going to better me in my new approach now. I'm saying it. It's great to learn from a relationship so you can be better for the next one and Carrington is doing that in a speed process within six weeks. Let's get six relationships out of the way. Show Carrington will be the perfect partner. I mean to say that Carrington's not super deep but think about him on the first day where he was like Sup rose going to hang out with my boy as and just like not giving like any of the Girls Eddie attention and he is still the guy who's like I wanna be friends with you 'cause you're hot but he's not quite the same level of Duce Bagheri maybe that he entered the villa with so I think that there is a slight change noticeable if at least in what we're seeing. You gotTa Watch this show because of I came into the middle of the. Still. You. Got Another I. Guess He's opening his layers. When When you used to be a tan on the. Scale and eight still seems low. and. Now he is a lovable do's and therefore early character on the show. Now my actor, but it is a favorite archetype of mine so. Okay, and then Harrington then talks to Julia and it goes real deep they both had parents in the military. That's all there is to say. King. was in the military I'm a military brat. I feel like if I met another person and they were like Oh yeah. I'm a military Brat I. Don't think I would be like Oh. We understand each other I think it'd be like a front enough baggage for both of us I can't deal. Only do. There's already enough of this going on I, don't need to deal with it on both sides. Oh really step away. And then you see Bennett and Lincoln and they're bonding over tattoos of which Bennett doesn't know how many tattoos he has. He's like Levin Count and it was like five. If you were ten tattoos, you should know how many tattoos you have. been is one of those views as oh this tattoo. House blacked out when I got. An be the one who's like Oh. What is Tattoo. Mean it means I had one hundred and fifty dollars leave me alone. AG nobody is obligated to explain like the meaning behind their tattoos like I have only floral tattoos, and so I am just that basic vigil flower tattoos they all have like a deeper meaning to me but I like that I don't have to explain that to people if I don't want to just like Yelich sunflowers by. Rose Commute. We are don't worry I. Think you enough. Right. Big. boobs moving. anyways. You. Know you know. So the new girls get attacked, but they can choose the day. Julia gets her day her texts first and pigs. Carrington. And then lake and also gets a text I. Guess they can only bring one boy. Because, she also picks you. Be Allowed to. Lord I don't feel like I've ever seen this and I've watched like a good amount of love island like all of the UK seasons in all of the US but I don't remember ever seeing this before. So I was shocked that had happened I don't believe Laurel for being upset seeing Carrington walk out of the villa with both of them on his arms. Wow. You know Canton's here with the drama and the girls are playing the game. You know this is the one guy who had a track record. Is Love Web? I thought when he walked out with both women like one on each arm that they were just going to go on one day all to her and that I would have been absolutely living for but no. Yes. His Day with Julia while Lake and watches he's with Laken. Julia, watches. Just sit at one table I fully. Two on one day bachelor style. Okay. Like you're boring me home continue at the other. But like yeah, I don't know at first I was like why would laken ever make this decision but after getting more context on the rest of the episode really Julia Messed UP BY CHOOSING CARRINGTON I. Yeah she was just like you know what is. Going to go in with what I thought about in the beginning was my strategy. So. Sad I'm ninety percent angel but you've got to watch out for that ten percent Emma this is the ten percent. She's like Dana Ten percent. Did. Maybe you stick to the ninety percent because the ten percent working out. So also is the ninety percent working out either. Her. Sorry Julia you came in too late. On the day I like where see the thing is that like it was Julius talking about like Oh like I'm fantasies on Nerd I do research on blogs and I was like Oh cool and Carrington's like I. I'm good. Do, you think that was what was going to win Carrington's heart was talking about fantasy genre he was like. A. Is that. Way Read Books. Blogs. About books. Or isn't shots at Mike. And then when he has his date with Lake in, it's like she's like, yeah, I'm a party girl I go to festivals like and it just seems like they're much more on the same vibe but I don't know if this happened actually on the date earned the later interaction when Carrington's like yeah. I've done head banging before. The Like he was like. The last time, but I do like the they do talk about Lincoln's brother who is autistic and carrying has a nephew his autistic and they like have conversations that they can really relate to it seems Carrington may have not had these conversations with anyone before or at least not in a dating context. And that seems to really seal the deal for them there. I'm really feeling the five per Lincoln and Carrington. they both have dumb nate. Like is flair couple name. Carolyn teen or laking. and. Better. Is definitely like. Lincoln. What? LAKING ten. No in. Game. No? No No. No. No. I don't think we'll need the Hashtag for these two long term. So. Get married baby. We'll say, yeah, we'll see about that one. Oh, God. So then during the date back at the villa. Laurel is so upset because it took her weeks to get Harrington to say anything to her and Carrington told lagan details after a couple of hours and she's like I. Don't know why I'm crying only known him two weeks and it's like girl I. Don't know why you're crying they're. Not Cry. You just questioning two. Weeks. Ago. Ago. Three days ago. Time little things go. But I mean I don't blame her like I've said I don't think it's actually necessarily about law versus Lincoln in as much as it is Carrington is finding himself more comfortable with opening up maybe it's a combination of the two things but. Laurel is taking it pretty hard here. How Laura's crying to the boy, she wanted to leave Carrington for about carrying. Read, the room. Here but I also you're right. You're right Brian also. hallows failing you know you're in this house in our on high you see all these people for twenty, four, seven and emperor. Single. Day, and when you see somebody that said, they have so much inches you. Chose just go and walk away and just down and the guy. Scares you little bit. Makes you a little emotional understand the girl this a little bit like acquire. These last two episodes maybe he He does truly just seem like a very sweet woman. So, then we get some girl talk where everyone's kind of asking sally like how are things going with Johnny and he? She's like really good which is the perfect lead into Johnny planning a scavenger hunt to ask her to be his girlfriend. It's like these quote unquote scavenger hunts they do them a lot on love island. Whether it be US or UK. And this one like usually it's like, okay. I'm watching like a couple minutes of TV only have to pay attention to to get to like an enjoyable scene, but this one had a end. Johnny. So it was even worse knowing that we were going towards something that I didn't want to be happening. Yeah I like one of my very close friends in real life proposed to his now wife with like a scavenger hunt of all their memorable dates and this was like. After they had been dating for years and like. It was like very special and touching, and it was like actually a scavenger hunt through the city. What this was. And thankfully, he didn't get any of his friends to dress up as waiters. Oh. You're. You're from right. Oh. Okay. Because I was like, no, no johnny did that. The waiter. Kill just wanted to say he feels like a waiter at olive garden, but he's like I can't say olive garden on. TV. Yeah IBM for this one to go to the bathroom. Okay. Now you walk by the couch, go back to that couch. Okay. Now go to the firepit. Okay. Now that's not a scavenger hunt is but I think okay. Now go back to where you started and talk to the same person. We ran out of men go to Calvin again please. I. I guess it's later but like Calvin I just looked creepy and that's to be was vampire evidence Calvin. Hey I don't hate him I just like scared of him. Here. Okay Just fear. Fear a normal reaction to an attractive. To. So. There's like normal girl talk where Laurel is like a carrying and find someone else and just going home and it's like, yeah because who also picking you, you would be going home because you'd be dumped from the villa. That's how this works. Option, she's not willing to explore it. It seems like anymore. You can't be like, Hey, let's be together after you've cried to someone over another boy. Well I think that was her friends zoning him says, she made that decision. It wasn't that it wasn't an option. And I think she still like it's all, she can do it for this show or did you really want to do for love and sometimes? It's kind of hard to be an area with somebody that you really wanted to get to know. Right next to you is like. So, yeah, and sit there in. Don't say a word that's what you do. Right? That's right. I from Mora. More situation. Do what you gotTa do estate of this game staying there. I go replace visit guys. Mercedes and never have allowed this. We came we also get the new girls talking and Julia at least as like I got friend five. So at least she's not GonNa make a fool of herself. The problem is I. Haven't seen who she's moved onto. So hopefully, something happens tomorrow night because it seems like see. Shot her shot with Carrington and then I'm good to go home now I think she might just quietly go home like some of the Casa more guys. But we'll find out tomorrow. I, guess. And then the boys talk and Carrington confirms that he has friend vibes with Julia. Sexual attraction to lake an and will be getting to know her. Sterling me on. The goes. Goes by? Having done. News love how he talks like I. Don't really feel like I know. That many if any people that talk like him where he's very comfortable with being like, oh. Yeah. We have very sexual chemistry like, okay. Buddy like was not asking but sure. I feel like in my list of friends of all the friends of my life, there's like. Maybe, two friends who are I would be like Oh my God, this Guy Ami, the sexual chemistry is out of control and like everyone else is just like, Oh, you're in. There But I do. We even get like lake in Laurel than talking and I think good move by Lake into poll. Laurel. Aside at explaining like Oh Carrington, like everyone else Carrington wasn't on her radar and Oh, but they ended up having a great date she wants to respect her. So we're all good move wasn't sure you know uncharacteristic of a devil to be pulling someone aside and giving them this talk I think you might find it's actually very characteristic of a double to be so considerate. Sounds like you're talking from personal experience. Could possibly be referring to Then, we get the Lord. Carrington conversation and carrying does say like I told both of them that I am with you I it would take a lot to get me to turn my head but I am interested in Lincoln. I would like to sleep on it before I make a choice and I'm like, how did you feel when Laura wanted to sleep? Literally yesterday. Like, you know what you did to me. I. Get all rights. I like how he's like Oh. Like it would be an absolute shot in Hell for anyone to turn my head and it's like you already know that your head is being turned really. Leisurely. Taking shots and HAL here Carrington throwing that around. Would you know your head start having? You know let's try to play down. To it is we're going to sell her the narrative that. That works you know. ABC SMART. Think Carrington is probably like particularly concerned about its perception. Like I like I think he sees like I have been I've dated like. A few women in this time and like. I think he does. Want the public to like him which is understandable who would want the public to knowledge them? Yeah. Everyone does it's just some people are a little more obvious about it. Let Live you love him. I like Harrington I, not even criticizing. I know. Lawyer. Feeling me towards Carrington is like that chalk audio where it's like don't do it. It's like I'm not going to do it I'm just thinking about it I'm not. I'm not GonNa do it I did it. I like Harrington but I would not say everyone has to like Carrington completely understand why someone would not. So Great Look at. Like him. My brain and my body parts. You might not want to be friends with him, but enjoying him on a show is different and that's fine. And so then the end of this episode plus the start of the next is the. Relationship. Proposal that we already kind of talked about it was. Very Boring. Like What Notable. Sweet on. Again out of relationship and guys I was like, wow, that would've been nice to. meet. Everybody else had little story that I just thought. It was very very because like I said, you guys I saw the previews and was still thinking. Is this really happening not kind of. where he said it was a girlfriend boyfriend thing. So when he says it will you and. Anybody else that yeah. I did see go ida they tried to trick you. Exactly, this is too soon he said go from all while all this. Thing I just feel like look yes it is exciting to officially start a new relationship especially when you're Johnny and you've no business actually getting the relationship. But. All this in for what boyfriend girlfriend. then. There what were you guys before? So. Basically, I don't know I like Sally when she's getting dressed at everyone else like wearing all black, she's like you guys are so sexy and I feel like a chicken nugget. Chicken Nuggets and Now I know. What I look like. That's my aesthetic is a teenage chicken nuggets. Related, solely wow. Good what she change into that? Skin Blazer look so cute. And if anyone can get one. Bay Fan, but also we're skipping over some things. We're Calvin is lake all at each spot you'll get a token. We only saw two tokens the first of which he says like these are things that are important to your relationship. The first one is just panties. Just your panties. Like. And this is one of the two most significant things from their relationship is and what we want to start off with a pair of pants. The pair of panties that she sent him with perfume to cost more because our. superlight at bring up memories of Casa more that we want to start this. Yeah. Be Like, Oh, you're that one time we extremist for me Madam he had. This. Is. Important means of our relationship. Here's an interesting move and especially when he sends her up to Michaela up and it's like, this is where like your boo learned to listen to you and it's like, yeah, because she was arguing with you because you cheated on her like maybe not a in memory to bring back up for. I but I think maybe like look I shall accountability. I can't even try to your. While you're trying to spin it for Donnie right now, we're just trying to thing like what the actual possible justification could be because to me there is none. There, wasn't I like how much I really do like though like. And they drop the Elbaum they both love each other and you have just seen like jumping up and down hugging them from behind like very much like her inserting herself into this relationship. I think they actually love. Hundred thousand dollars is what they love wallows. Everyone. I. Still Don't know I'm not willing to put the game player label on Sally still think it's on Johnny for me. I know last podcast I was like, yeah, we'll see. Johnny still hasn't put the relationship title on it, and then it happened in the section of episode of still not buying it full lead. Can Hear my head is Allie lascher narrating what happens next in a toxic relationship and all I can ears her been like, yeah. Now they're gonNA define the relationship. What's the next step in save anything? We got a whole week and he's got do we're going to have full sex? WanNa do it and saying you know what? This are episode radio. Is GonNa frame that in the winners at it. Cute hideaway next morning, it's going to be like Oh my God I thought that we knew each other so well, and it was so deep but now we know each other on a new level I can't imagine my life without him. Hideaway get ready for Calvin Moya's hideaway. Hideaway would actually be heat comedy and I would live here for. Feeling like oppressor to actually like seemed like. Abreu full sex. It'd be like America likes us. Let's. What they want because. Now I I think. How Maura will intercourse? Calvin GonNA. Already. based. On that cheap movement in the first. Now. Calvin is going to be better acquainted with the day that he will be with more in the fantasy suite. That's all. Hey. More. Days. Girls. Choice. Her. Choice for the recovery. Because if it is boys choice. Over There is. GonNa. Be Laying. Let me show you. Kelly. A friend zone Calvin I'm like a day and a half. Hearted about it. Do for a couple more days. On there can be like, okay. You guys are in the final couples of the season and she's like Shit. I like though a we finally get our Caleb in Johnston content we've been waiting for you feel like we actually like a sizable little segment with them which we've been robbed up for like a little while, and you have just talking about her past relationship and how it broke her heart a few times, and they really do talk about how like Johnny and Selley and how they want to get there, and they both know that. They. Do you guys think at the end of the day. Can we see them being the couple? At. Wendy's I. Think they deserve the win and if they don't win, I'm blaming the love island APP for some shenanigans with their pro johnny propaganda. Lawson Johnny Bro. I can see it. I feel like me I don't know if they. I don't know what the like sally and Johnny Push is because they know they're having more drama and that's GonNa lead to more springtime but I really like early on they had that like eighty percent vote or whatever, and I don't know if love island is just like, okay. The people want this couple and this is the content we have to push or they seem to love Justina early on really be invested in her. Storyline, even when she was single let alone now she's in a happy relationship and we're not getting as much of just as I would have expected I just don't know why. They're going for here like it doesn't. It doesn't seem right. It doesn't Seem Fair I. It makes me Syria. Really changed us out and I hope by the end of this season we're to suggest. In Caleb. John Get America loves US SHIP PUT US on more you know. Yeah I mean she talks about how she's like self sabotaging to guard her heart and she feels like it's too good to be true as do I but I'm still trying to believe that. Type of thing where you're watching and like. So many of these other couples have hurt me so I just don't want. To do the same, but I feel like last. Even in the last episode, like they had a good conversation and I feel like we don't get as many lake fun moments with Caleb. Interested. In as we were getting previously and but we're getting like actual relationship building content man I want both yeah. I I love both why not both? I mean we we still get fun Selah Leeann Justin moments but I want fine selley on Justin and Caleb moments also cannot live without the ingesting they are iconic. So. Then we go into. Carrington and Lincoln. Carrington's like. Wondering. About his feelings for Laurel. Lake INS like take your time here for. But we don't have time. She's playing it correctly though like she sees that his head is turning and like by pushing, she's only going to like you know probably turn him off at that point because like moral is kind of Lake Justyna stopping herself from doing laurel is starting to self cyber sabotage here and really is like. Pushing, Carrington away more and more. So I feel like lake and has the right approach. Approach. Again I just I do feel like Carrington Lake, inducing like a real couple. Yeah I. See Carrington just seem so inter naturally. Physical. Attraction is what pushes the money. Kind of keep somebody you could most anybody release. So, I think she's she got the right approach like she doesn't really need to do much to canton on her on her side. Took issue wants love she got to go slow. Know, she was really their hundred percent and then we got like during bedtime it's a lot of like. People doing normal like cutesy going to bed stuff as excited about having a boyfriend but. Tells Caleb the she's still. Hung up on Carrington I'm sorry what? Still go home like. It's not. I was you know We like the heart rate challenge with Carrington getting your heart rate up the most and I was not a great sign but I was still really surprised for her to be openly talking about how she's still hung up on him. Fertile heart rate is paying like anyone anyone in there could get somebody's heart up the heart rate up the most like they're all attractive people there dancing whatever it could. It could be anyone but then to be like, yeah, I still like Carrington even though he has very firmly closed the door on that, it is not happening. They have a lifestyle differences like they're not compatible. Again she should be. embarrassed. To say how out you know. that. She tell him when he says I'm doing. Badly say. Always still into you. Now. It's just not. Think. You're probably very new to unrequited love. She doesn't know what to do when someone doesn't return her feelings. and. The rest of do you internalize it? Old. Buddy and you move on. I do find it interesting though like even selley, telling Carrington that she also sees more in common with him in. Lincoln Lee as much as you like laurel she has to be honest Ed's so like you didn't really see some of that like Oh. Gee Islander loyalty coming in here and like. There's they're seeing what we're seeing in terms of compatibility. So, and that doesn't make me feel at least like, okay. The show is showing that they are compatible and it's not just like a trick. Building it up before the next ceremony because no one's going to change or something. It does seem like they have a real bond and. Always. Cute. I the next the next day we have a challenge. An. Network Challenge. So again, it is the counterpoint to when the women had to wash the car and good on the water slide and it is the men and they're wearing. Speedo. Tool. Belt. Tiny. A little like. Construction vast matching heart. They have to go through an obstacle. They have to like strip off their pants to just in the speedo after they have to use the hammer, they have to use the hammer. They have to piggyback a woman through what cement then they get a bucket of water porn on them, and then they make out woman they chose and. This was the heart returns. Ego. Girl. Thought I was honestly the concrete wall block that kept getting smashed every. Wrecking Ball. Ball smashed me for sure. That way you say this challenge reeling adding thinking that while. I'm too. Good to be. There and I was like. ME. Notable moments are really Carrington. Pigs lagan instead of. Laurel and Laurel is upset. Because Carrington Lincoln heavily appre a passionate kiss at the end. and. Then Ben, it goes through Bennett starts before anything. He's like Lemme clamp please nibbles real quickly gets big week for. On CBS. He's like you know who show sex set a guy. I've been having this a little bit when you go. Crazy, and a bit. Do Bad Mackenzie wasn't there to be like Oh, Bennett has another side. Jam. And then he also takes Laurel rather than here, Stan? which is. How? How Do you think your been as of men choosing. Long. It. Though. Of Carrington's going to drop the ball lake. Let Bennett step in. So when I thought, this was actually thing I was excited for it. I mean mostly this though I did not think deserve the one that composition. No thank you. I. Did serve to win Caleb. Caleb. You know. New Way he was dealing when he went to firefighter poll he knew what? He knew the commentary to provide when he was over word on the Jackhammer. Okay. Hi I'm on. Hot. Here I was like I can feel it. Job as the woman listen road Ball that bike. If he dropped girl. All Hell would have been brock. Broke loose need the villa or blue to this green. So I'll be real mad like HAMAS crosshairs. Ways. Way To for you to be jobs like that. Bennett only one because he showed that he has like freaky side with the nipple clamps. Right on that podium in that moment, you could hear esteemed screaming whipple for her. Otherwise. You know they'd locked it up right there. He did what he had to do. I get into a good job man. So. We like to the villa and Carrington's like why did you pick Laurel and he's like it was a stunt. So. I want to see a mix up exciting and he's like, oh Whatever I have no interest in her. I want I. wanted to shake up on curse. You know she was ninety enough attention. I WANNA be like Yo. I'll play games. And you like us so by you to that. Does like. Yeah. I love they don't talk for like a little while. But when he does talk to where he's like, you know I wanna like light a fire under your Oh this is not gonna go well. It did not I love her being like you thought that was a good idea. Why? And that's again that's the thing. First of all, it's really frigging dumb to play games like that of like I'm going to do something to make somebody jealous because that's how you get love or savell dumb decision even dumber. is going to that person and being like thus make you jealous how that working? Exactly Like invite telling someone that you're trying to make them jealous like they're not going to give you the satisfaction of giving you a reaction. So like any thing that you did was just completely voided by saying that statement and the thing is if you are in a situation where you feel like you need to make somebody else jealous to realize that they like you that person already has all of the power in the relationship if you have nothing. and. So then you tried to get SOM-. Some power. To get some power. And then you tell the person about your. Then, you're just giving anything you've gained right back against just it's week. Yeah definitely this is a moment where Julia some screen time he could pick Julia instead actually tried to move on. But now you know even try things with Laurel because clearly things are not going anywhere where with Pearson right now. Are. The and so weird has more. So they they seem like the couple that actually my work. Three days ago but you know and. Then like every couple of. Stuff Oh, three days. True three days is a century in love island. Absolutely. Calvin confirm that they want to be together. Romantically they're getting the same butterflies like God at the start but better. Colvin's like, yeah I'm all in on. Whereas like, let's make out. So you're making that so much less awkward than it was me. Gently says so should we seal it with the kids couldn't Say. My fell out of my body and just truly passed away who is not having a good time. These people offer ice cream. Maybe I'm out on Calvin completely I just did not like this at all it was so awkward. Didn't tell them. Writing? Guess. I couldn't say it I just like I. don't even want to face that. That's what happened because. So. uncomfortable. It was bad. I did not like it at like. Inorganic. Just completely forest Yeah our. Relationship. I know but it was just like exemplified in one statement and I just feel like kind of by process of elimination. They're probably GONNA be here for the finale it's. You know I love this cast, but maybe not the strongest couples coming out of the season and. This was one of those relationships where you're like well, we know how this is not going to end and it's now avant dollars. Jan.. Mora in cow. Saving this remember that one time where they four Americans save. They chose them in the face crack this entry I said what's and that's the thing. I. Feel like, had they not been in that top four? They would not be back together right now. Exactly. Top for that would have both gone home. I mean that's possible. But like in the universe that they're still here like I feel like they are very motivated to be together by thinking that America likes them as a couple. They've got another thing coming. Know what setting them Storm coming. Storm. Coming. So that was a lot and then we get a Carrington and Laurel are like having it out Laurel is upset about a challenge. And then Laura's like well, when I said, I, wanted to get to know. You. Said you were fine with it and didn't WanNa get snow anyone else. And it's like well, yeah. Because Lake in wasn't here like she was she working. Her if she had been there, he would have been like cool. Are WanNa get to know Lincoln. And then she's getting really annoyed but then he pulls. Like the great move of like I can't talk to you your emotional and it just I think it was a bad look for both of them. Thoughts. Yeah. Their communication skills is want to learn to listen like they both seem to get by others so easily and Being like, okay. That's a red flag already they're like, even if you guys who have. To work that out but if you. Can't even get each other out and the way you're talking in the hypocrisy of it you don't see policy of your conversation right now. See that's. When Johnny pulled the all-talk. When you're ready to talk thing on selley, she was ready to Talk Carrington here was speaking to Laurel, and where is center they both did not handle this the best like sure there have been points that we've already brought up. The Carrington is handled poorly in this side agree with him from like you know my one time. Viewing and like taking notes at the same time I, feel like he he was trying to speak and was getting met with a lot of like like throwing your head back and rolling and like just not willing to like whatever he was speaking. It was like interrupting and whatever else and Yelich? She has complete reason to be annoyed and be offended. It add like if she's deciding that she's done with this then like sure go ahead you know act however you want but like when you actually are trying to work this out I. Don't feel like it was very productive in the way that I guess either but more. So how or always going about it in this conversation I feel. Like she was hurt but she didn't know how to express I probably and then it just resulted in it being. A whole mess. especially. Yeah. I knew it I. Guess you in. I she wanted so much more Carrington, but in real life that she was losing Carrington as well. So when she acting the way she is. Going to be a plus for him he's probably GONNA use anything that goes wrong in this relationship to pursue is new relationship so I don't know for her. Inches. I feel bad for her but also I'm like you said it yourself in the confessional. You'll guys were not dating. You don't have a commitment. There's no obligation like sorry like sometimes it just doesn't work out. Well. That's the thing is I feel like Carrington is like well within his bounds to get to know lee-kim and like go on the date and do whatever else I mean. I. Guess. Picking her in the challenge was like a little bit disrespectful. Specifically. Because usually when they do these challenges, it's The gender of people who have more like bodies in the House I guess for a way of. Explaining that poorly end up doing the challenge and picking the people. So there's drama when like two people pick the same person And we could have very easily gotten a boring challenge where like no one mix it up. But got lucky in that two people made bad decisions. So a Carrington. has handled it poorly to here but I don't think Laurel like. Her points? Super well, or was really ready to have the conversation and maybe he should've waited. He loves to sleep on it. Here. And then we get. It's the reoccurring thing is care Stan Laurel bonding over? This is just how he is. Yeah. I wonder how much of it here? Sentas is like. Shouldn't taken him. Or? Like you were the next one but I don't know. Here's like Oh, this is like deja Vu for me and for like a little bit of me, is it. I don't know why like they're not in the same exact situation like he was pretty upfront with Carson, like breaking off before anyone knew was in the picture whereas what he did try with Lauren before she was sent home in the art. Mike. That's Super Fair. Place still feel like he did follow through with the late breaking things off. Yeah one, hundred percent he has told you. That he's not interested when somebody tells you, you have to believe them. Then it was. Then it's more of like we already talked about the incursion thing and how like not. They're not doing it anymore I'm Caleb and just seen seen they make some Moore's Barlow firer. Content I wanted and I. Really did. That they were going to joke in college charcuterie board. And and I. Love this scene. Love a good smart pro tip put peanut butter on your s'mores. It's the best but. This is the worst fire in the entire world to make more over the flames are like one inch they are few and far between but I did like the idea, the talk about how many kids they want. So you know good Jalen content I'm into. Yeah all we need is more jail up. Make it the whole episode I don't care again, give them their own show. They're just so cute. But when Justin's hand I want at least four kids. Off. What did she say about? Gene seventy kids. Aren't so is. The thing is is when someone says, four kids I'm just as shocked as if they had sense. We all Zegers the years. I. Obviously a joke. Esteemed. Is a great. Maybe, Angelina from survivor wants to talk to Justin about negotiating. Ills because justin comes in with a seventeen and then it's like you know what find you've talked me down to a reasonable for I was thinking seventeen and I made sacrifices to get down to four. So we've got that number that she really wanted. It know what? Obviously I'll think of protests what? You guys. I. Read. The right to call any families that have more than four children that they birth themselves a litter. Okay. I slide siblings do you. Both. And have five siblings each. So. That's why you're like, yeah, a got ten. Out of twelve children total, my father was the only boy. Which is fine I'm obviously I'm fine with Feminine Energy or else I would have died growing up with tenants. But I know what? It's like Christmas dinner table. Now for me. To Lot of old. But hey like we said, we talked about even just earlier about leg worrying it was too good to be true the great. Mari who was on a couple of weeks ago sent us a little clip of the islanders walking back into the villa someone caught it it was them walking back after their challenge and like most people are walking in single file, but you get just eating Caleb Lake Snow, Lake? Being playful walking into the villa even when cameras aren't on you guys it's real. Good. So nice to know that even when like we said when cameras are off, things are still doing well. Love. I literally just love them. And even and I guess if they have four kids all have to live with. Name Them. Boys to girls. There you go. In actually this K-. I mean my sister just takes to me a list of possible names for the new kitten that her and her husband or getting, and I'm GonNa read out this list of names. I. Need you to tell me if you think any of these names. Could be used for their humans dialed. Was a Jalen child yes. Because they're all they are all human names. Okay. So The name options Tobias. Solomon. No but. I? Think. So yes, more likely. To be small, they gotta be one older. Animal. got. Whore. Hey. No Reginald? No. No. These are making the cut. Eli Land. Lance Q. I don't think it's happening. I can't wait for them to have lance I'm GONNA keep an eye on the jail instagram. I'm not seeing lance popping up in the future or nor Reginald Reginald was a stretch but. This list of names wild one of. Is really funny. The Parker as an option which is funny because the day I met my now brother-in-law. I was intoxicated at the time and I thought his name was Parker and I called him Parker for like two days, and they'd be like his name is Luke and I'd be like Okay Parker. Really funny. They name their cat parker. And Not Kirsten telling things that nobody cares about corner for the. Case then we got more Carrington and. are talking about the spark there. So attracted to each other, I just really say that he is severely attracted to her. Troubling I thought it was. Notable. Carrington. Interesting vocabulary and maybe this explains why everything is hot and sexy because there's just like other words that he can't come up with. Really attracted is such a funny way of saying you're into someone. Like hyperlink, you're so hot and sexy. Sounds like canton way of hyphen, his new girl. This the other one he says, yeah, I. Insist you Laura she was queuing it or whatever. But you. Automatically. City. On. The you get Laurel talking to the girls also and This is a common thing for. Oral issues wondering what she doesn't have that Lake Lake. Is and like everyone's like a stranger that she doesn't, and for Laurel to wish that she never even got brought in from Casa more. That's how you know laurels not here for the instagram followers. She's here for love because the other three girls Akasa more no attention after the week least coming in the main show, she's going to get some benefits from it. So laurels real here. Is, very genuine I thought by the sense that she did the Nazi Napa they. They were playing Kennedy for her I just continue to think about Luke. Did. We really need Mackenzie and Connor together on the show for the rest of us because they would have been together. Yes. Would've rather connor gone home in Mackenzie stayed for a little while but Mackenzie would have left him wouldn't she? You're right. Katie should have just been on the show together Mackenzie where are you? I mean they would have been together and then not together and then together and not together go. To, lock drama with just thought the. Mackenzie. Dhamma been the fake that was guaranteeing, Laurel. Mackenzie over almost anyone. Not just. Almost anyone. Steve Key words I would never cut justin she is the Queen and when you come for her, you get son Home we've seen it happen time after time. So. These new girls are going for Caleb. They know they learned listen to the podcast. Inside. Cat. Imagine. So, Van opposite ends with. Like, yeah, we already talked about being so upset but I just like I can't get over how upset she is over this boys over two weeks. All smelly two wings on Kiara remember that. Gasping for her Lakesha came in the cost of the morning no cost more early. But like mouth that early coral down. So I don't know he was bound to get to know other people. But like we've said he's handled poorly. Again. He should know what she will fall unfortunately is in the package you could see of Ramallah when it come together. But. Many of tried and failed. They come in expecting one thing from Carrington there initially surprised and surprise wears off and it's exactly what they expected older. Like oh I knew better but I still went this way. That's why she's like even more. gloomily a whole mess. Do we want to jump into a couple of questions. Always. So, the great ask Stina Nets wants to know if we think Johnny's age explains his fuck boy nature. Is he playing it all up for the money or does he actually care about sally but can't help that he is a h word twenty, two year old too hot dummy. bleeping h word but not. Guess what their word that are not disgusting. Unearth. Each word band on this podcast. And we'll see about. That was very objective. Guess. Thank you for the question. Il, no emotion when it comes to that I do think you know what I'm online I'm not Johnny Lover. I do think the boy likes her alive though I know if you can really say committed then he had ten seats, but then him going to probably ruin relationship. Yes But for now I do think he's heart is in it or Muslims are there though I do the age very just very young but as another young person. I don't think ages is that much of a problem? Will you still love him? Air. What? Is He. Does amaze. You didn't lie. This really hard. For people who are blocked like, no, he's not big. Cut. Do you think steroids? Explain his behavior. On steroids over there I mean I don't think he's doing anything illegal. He all natty. That's what I WANNA know I don't know and I have not. Bar while the. Deeply. Analyzing photos later to see if there are signs of anabolic, it happens I. was going to say also as a fellow young person Johnny is obviously it's a contributing factor You Have Carrington who is also young probably you know not exhibiting the same behavior, but it's manifesting in different ways over there and I think the thing is that I do think Johnny. Does like Sally at I think that he is into her I just don't think on the outside world that he would be committing to her and like. Doing. These things I think sally would be someone that he's talking to and Mercedes might be someone else that he's talking to and that's fine when those are the expectations for everyone. In. Logan bits dumb wants to know what costumes we would have chosen for the heart rate challenge. River. Be. Wanting and listen as somebody who professionally I'm not. I am over budget or free. That's why. I was saying I would definitely be You know adopt. because. Let's be real to get the heart rate pumping. I gotTa make sure I know how to check the rate right there. Shaky. You. Let me put this. What? One year for Halloween, I was A. Sexy ghostbuster guess I would have to that costume. Undo the zebra like a broad thrill like, ooh. I. Is. Long. Gone I weren't in my first year of university. See Borrow Calvin Vampire Costume feel like that's the move. On my God. Vampire what you're telling. I. That is true. Stop questioning things. What are you? Say al.. Assad. Eighteen What TV show because there's a lot of empires We are twilight vampire. Vampire feeling it's probably the twilight variety. Baseball so Hey the baseball scenes and iconic all-time movie scene Hey people have been listening to Twi fight over on cousy gas. They're going to be doing some movie pods soon and you might hear some a million voices risk. Is. There anything knows. Okay this one. Specifically for use Galley. I've I've also seen the UK but okay emily. Johnny setup compared to similar ones from Love Island. UK. feeling we touched on a little bit I. I don't know we had to Reuse Calvin. So a couple points docked there like I said, usually there's an outcome that I'm looking forward to whereas this one I was kind of dreading it. Seeing a relationship form that I was not completely sold on. I'M GONNA put it on the definitely on the lower third of. SCAVENGER hunts that I've seen. Oh It's I. Think it's really bad. For? To make his heart. So then last question the night. Also from Emily. earned. have any of you ever play the Love Island Game App if not, we love to see you try and twitch now. I can speak for myself and scally when I say, yes, like a year and a half ago we were lucky. I Ki- a big Fan. Way couldn't have my sims fix while I was out. So let me just try this APP and I hated having to wait for things to do. I was never gonNA throw real money into this thing now now now throwing real money you. Definitely want to see the storyline played out I went for you know as on brand went for as much as possible and really. Get to invest in the story line but it was like, do you want to do this to hook up or do you spend the money? I'm like oh Be. Messy. So. If we figure out how to stream a love island. Would you twitch through with me? Go On for that. Okay okay. have. You ever played this game before Josh. Did you ever get addicted to Kim K. Hollywood game I was addicted to like for like a week and. The same is back. These. Storyline Games always pop Obama Youtube video wants a lot of Sims. So I guess they WanNa, catch me and try to convince being. It seems little too fake. I don't really grow on air. At that one girl we all know the. Nose and not as that. Okay. Also. ADDS I know that girl. Girl I get a lot even though I don't watch a lot of, but I think my phone hears me talk about the Sims enough that it's like here's a story. Oh, you're pregnant. What are you gonNa tell the guy and it's like I don't want that I don't. Think, you could go box. Draw. Perfect soul. Sadly, springs onto the end Josh. Thank you so much for coming on. This has been A. Dream. This. Guy's taking so much. I love talking about Love Island because let's be real semester of the season Messina's of like right now television for me so. Thank you for letting me on. This is great I love. You Bright. And so if people have enjoyed you on this and they are somehow not already following, you're hearing from you where else can they find you? Can. Find me on. Twitter on twitter dot C. J. W., and what Youtube. Losing. Subscribers. They'd back on back. On? Youtube the same as your twitter. Actually know. People find it. Tweet it out. One Day yes fall twenty and you'll get up this. Go. Yeah I and scally where can people find you? I am on twitter at Brian. Underscores Cowley. I and you can find me. At Kirsten said, what including twitch, dot TV Slash Kirsten said what? 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Groundhog Day

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Groundhog Day

"Right now on your wound. Opulence aachen suit in park. During the spanish icke presents crew to talk about consumer culture and explain how the princess which switched again is actually a sci-fi movie for more follow at your will social media listening today. the movie. The movie groundhog the movie. Oh everybody and welcome to unspoiled. I'm amy nicholson paul. Scheer in this the show where we are endeavouring to find the hundred best films of all time. We've already gone through the afc top one hundred list. We are now working through films of the world in little mini series This miniseries that were in the middle of right now is called couple goals We have watched a few great films so far about couples but we felt that we couldn't Not acknowledge the very special holiday. That happens here. In the beginning of february amy. Happy groundhog day at happy groundhog. Day episode to you. I'm glad we're doing this. Because i think there's a beautiful couple at the center of this movie and i can't wait to talk about them and i'm glad that we are together. Babe we got this. I love it. And you know what i want to talk about two other movies that are in. This film's orbit. We're going to get into grant holiday a lot in just a couple minutes but first of all. I think that this year twenty twenty one. We have to acknowledge it. Palm springs was a big hit that came out during kovic times and revolves around a similar premise. In many ways revolves around the premise. That this film was originally based at Groundhog day was supposed to just start in the middle of phil connors being in punxsutawney. And that's something that Palm springs kind of does with andy sandberg's character. But like there's a a real interesting connection between these two films. I love them. Both i think palm springs is so well done but i felt like we just needed to mention it and probably as we get into our best films the year round the oscars. I don't know if that will be an oscar nominee but It is worth at least Shining a light of the similarities between these two films it is. It is a very very very fun movie. Is it groundhog. Day said a wedding if you haven't seen this yet and if you've ever been in a wedding. That is mildly uncomfortable. Knowing people around the corner. Like i dunno talk getting stuck in the end of chitchat and also being in palm springs. Police that i admire but find exhausting after thirty six hours. Meyer springs i would like to be a person who liked palm springs better. I'm not being stuck in palm springs. There's an added that to me. That becomes a bit of a horror movie idea and this what groundhog day kind of does as well. Which is it. It's a you can't get out like there's something. There is the son in the sand of palm springs that is as oppressive as cloudy. Day in punxsutawney groundhog day. And i feel like you need that world. You can't be having a groundhog day in new york city. There's too many things to do there. And i feel like you need to cut it out. You need to be on this little island. I also just want to talk. Because you and i were texting about this We're talking about a couple of goals and couples and films. And i can't talk enough about how much i love this movie. A promising young woman which i feel like was almost a deconstruction of typical romcom and also movie about couples and in many different ways and i just have been fascinated by it and i wanted to acknowledge that before. We got into this episode as well. That movie is so so far. I'm glad you saw it. I'm glad you loved it. That movie i was like i became in a couple in that movie. I became a couple with that movie. I felt so personally. Involved in the relationship. In that movie between carey mulligan and bill in bo burnham which i don't wanna talk about much at all except to say like i don't know if i fall in love with a couple to the emotion accent that i did in that movie it is It is a watch. Se is a capital. W watch you know we were talking about this on our texts like maybe there is room for us to tackle that as a bonus episode here shorter episode. Just kind of talking about this movie because they think it fits so well into what we're talking about but also Definitely want people to check it out. It's a it's a movie you have to check out so maybe right now. Just it's a call to arms go find this movie it's on. Vod you can watch it any way you can and and And get ready. Because if you like this'll be a nice addendum. If we are allowed to add one more to the mix it might be worthy of discussion a bigger discussion. I agree. I agree and i cannot stress enough that we should be able to break all the spoilers in there so pull. He's watching ahead of time if we do this. We really need to talk about that movie. That movie needs to be talked about. And i actually do think that movie would probably get a couple of oscar. Nominations the elephants critics we gave it best screenplay and best actress. Yeah i would agree with both of those. And i would say go into it knowing as little as you can. I didn't know much about it at all. I thought i had an idea of what i thought it was about. And then i was very wrong. And i love. I love having a movie really unwrap for me. And i know that something that you get to do a lot more than i do. Which is you get see films at festivals and you. It's at a beauty sitting down and not knowing a thing and that's the real way you should watch a movie. And i fell in love with this move even more. I think because of that you're breaking my heart it because as a both palm springs and promising woman that exact way at sundance last year. And so we're at the we're at the month. I didn't get to go to sundance this year and trump around in the snow and see a snowball for the one time. I get to see a snowball year and and soak in all of the movies atlanta be really important it so yes. My heart is a little bit broken. I also saw palm springs without knowing the premise of that as well and it was very happy about that. And i'm also bummed that. I'm not able to go to sundance this year. I have a film that is in sundance. But i guess now they're going to be a drive in but because of covid being so terrible There's not even a drive in anymore. It's going gonna be like a whole virtual red carpet situation but some really great movies. I'm looking forward to that. Pattie harrison movie with ed helms. Some interesting things going on so still film is pushing forward. Even though no one's in the seats. And i think all the premier's maybe on your at least my premiere on a computer at least we're going to have a lot of really good movies to catch up in twenty twenty two two and we need the theater. I'm hoping that stuff will cycle back around movies. That came out. Virtually we can like slip like. Did you see this big because here it is. I don't think that's going to happen. But i'm gonna tell you the best i don i. I think the only ones that would get that kind of play would be the big ones like a tenant or wonder woman and i feel like people are like no sought done and ten in already was out in the theater by. I mean i'm an optimist. I would love it by. You're not gonna get that only film that i've seen this whole year. Once covid started in the theater was tenant because remember. We rented a theater. Just me and my boyfriend that will be my one deatrich for the longest stretch of my entire life. It's like you're going through a breakup with movies amy. I'm even know seeing it at home. It's it's different. It's different Relationship now don't think about all of the groundhog dinners. You have as a critic like the number of dinners you have. That are just popcorn. Somebody gave you at a screening. Yes and how much. I was sick of popcorn and how much took popcorn for granted. I understand you bill. Murray i understand you in a new way. I want this need the sensation in my life. I'll tell you this much. I did figure at the recipe of how to make movie theater popcorn at my house. I will share it with you. It's great by about three or four different things And it said. I'll long hard to pronounce names. But it's really really really good when you make it. It's not an everyday treat but when you do make it so good art. So amy are you ready to announce full it. Yeah great all right. So i think it's about time for us to get into the episode and maybe we should just see if this groundhog sees a shadow and it. Okay all right so so good to catch up on all that sort of stuff so many things going on. It made me really enjoy movies and talking about a movie that i really enjoy it. Is this one. I cannot wait to talk to you about any. Are you ready to split very much. That the year is nineteen ninety-three buckingham palace opens its doors to the public. An fbi siege on the waco compound of religious sect the branch davidians last fifty one days and ends and eighty two casualties. The world health organization estimates fourteen million people worldwide are infected with the aids virus. Bill clinton is inaugurated as president of the united states an oil tanker spills over eighty five thousand tons of crude oil off the coast. Scotland and this year's notable films are drastic park. Mrs doubtfire schindler's list dazed and confused and today's subject groundhog day. Let's take a listen to a clip. do you know me too. I know all about you. You like producing but you for more than channel nine pittsburgh. Well everyone has that you like votes. But not the -ocial you go to a lake in the summer with your family up in the mountains. There's a long wooden dock and a boat house with boards missing from the roof. Place used to crawl underneath to be alone. You're a sucker for french poetry rhinestones. You're very generous. You're kind to strangers and children when you standing snow. You look like an age. How are you doing this. I told you. I wake up every day. Right here right in punxsutawney and it's always february second and there's nothing i can do about what we got. What's on the docket who directed who wrote it. Who's in it. what's it about. Let's do it groundhog day. It is directed by harold. Remiss and it has written by danny rubin. Now the story here. Groundhog day is the story of a cynical. Weatherman played by the one and only bill. Murray each a small town called punxsutawney pennsylvania for an event that he considers beneath him. It's the annual february second groundhog winter. Prediction bill. Marie cannot wait to leave this tiny town except that he has to wait because when you wake up the next day it is february second again and again and again and it does not matter whether he spends the day eating cake or jumping off buildings or using his power to seduce women he is stuck there and then what happens is after the first cute women that he is deuces using his new powers he narrows on the one woman who will not sleep with him no matter how many days go by it is his sweet optimistic. Life-giving news producer played by any mcdowell. Now all i have a question which is how long would you wait. to be. In love with any mcdowell because you know if you caught this movie on the weekend of february twelfth nineteen ninety-three. When win came out you actually had ready made answer. It was right at the top of the billboard charts in honestly needs know introduction. Just sing along. Amazing song amazing by the way talk about nineteen ninety-three as a great year for film. I mean i know we often talk about nineteen ninety-four as being a great year for film but ninety three also equally good. This is a a real a real peak of mainstream cinema. Like just listening this films. That came out this year we. We've talked about a lot of them here on the podcast And this really the right word for it. it was like. Let's make stuff that everybody likes. Which i would have thought was kind of like basic enrolling my eyes and i probably did think back in nineteen ninety-three because it was very sarcastic child but right now like that sounds great. Can we all go into a movie theater and love something. But i think the idea is. It's it's like high quality mainstream. I think right now. A lotta times when you think about mainstream you think about this like his view it as four quadrant Type of film which to explain that it's sort of like it's good for kids. Good for adults good for old people give for men good for women. It's it's trying to hit every market and what it does. It doesn't deliver anything. Where all these films actually do Billion some of them have like a little bit more of a nisha days confused but they're just good movies that are broad and and if we sometimes lose at because we've gone through such a cycle of like well. Does it work for everybody. Do we understand why. And what the core things about this movie. That absolutely love and i really appreciate on this watch is. We don't know why it's happening. We don't know why groundhog as happening. And we don't endeavour to explain it. And i know that there was a version of the draft explained that bill murray had the jilted lover who put a curse on him and i'm so happy it's not in there it just makes us movie more special because we don't need to understand why we don't understand why jim carey can't lie. You know. i guess that's because this kid makes a wish but this idea that we can have a magical movie without having some sort of you know bigger thing. I think that an audience has soared enough to be like okay. This is the premise of the movie. We can go with this. We don't need. We don't need to be like a very clear black and white explanation. I mean it sounds like what you're talking about right now it. It actually really connects like the death of what we think. Modern screenwriting is right now in the year of our lord twenty one which is for crowd quadrant calculated probably some sort of rising action in the star wars model once again like who's our hero. And what are they gonna do and explaining everything to the audience. Either the things that i think people are told to do their script right now. When you go back it's not. What makes our favorite movies work. I think we've touched on this when we were talking about. When harry met sally that we don't there's no extra plot thickens them apart. It's it's simple it's just here. Are these two people trying to get along. She is not working for like the newspaper. That's bringing down his political organization. Your scripts are to baroque men. Because they're explaining too much and trying to do too much and trying to please too. Many people and i think quality is is the is the character that goes across all the quadrants. If something's just really good is really good. Ruined all of this stuff that you're told you need as a crutch well i'll i'll even talk about this movie in some general respects. Obviously i think everyone who's listening has seen the film so i think we can just jump around a little bit and as movies of built in a way to kind of jump around I think this is really smart. Because i'm going to liar liar probably more than i should already twice in the last yes but i shall have watched liar liar to be ready to talk to you like. I just think that there's these movies that have like a big gimmick attached to it right and this is about the same time and like you know when you meet jim carey in that movie. He is a liar he such a liar. These he you know. And he's such a a character or eddie murphy in that movie thousand words where. He's such a fast talker. He's gotta lose his words to understand. What words really mean all kinds of bullshit here we bill murray and he's playing a role that i think is prime for being brought a weatherman. Right up a local news weather man and he is playing it pretty straight like. He's fun on air. He's not overtly like super comical. It's not even like steve martin and l. a. story it's like it's just pretty normal but fun like he's fun you get. He's fun and then he's a mid weatherman like he's actually playful he's blowing on the he's good at his job but not like a buffoon right like he's he's competent and and and we learned very early on in the film that he has rations to get out of that and do something bigger and be you know a reporter. But he's not even that much of a dick like he's not i guess what i'm saying is he's not overplaying it on either side right. He's not like this buffoonish weatherman. He's not this disgruntled person like he's got an ego. He is a little bit They call him a prima donna. He doesn't seem to me. Like a caricature and again talked about this in harry metallic. It's i can connect to this character a little bit more. Because i'm like. Oh he's a bad guy who deserves this. He's just kind of you know he's got a little bit of an edge to them. I mean you agree with that. You're exactly right. I'm so glad we're talking about this right now because when i put on this movie watch it in my head it was like about. How would absolute fucking creep learns to be a nice person like. That's what i thought it was either. That's how it kind of remembered it. Yeah i think it was a blending almost more something like scrooge ito or is an awful person who has learned how to be a good person or like yet the in the move. Is your neo like liar. Liar you know from the very beginning. What is the quality. They don't have that. They have to learn during this heightened insane process and i was surprised to i the exact same note like he's bad of a guy. It's not a jerk. Look to be nice. It's a pretty average human who has a lot of qualities i have. You learned to be more sincere learning to appreciate the life that he has. It's already not that bad why. I think this is the kind of root of this movie that really saw for the first time in looking at a little bit more critically which is like this is a movie about appreciating the beauty in every day right like an and i think we live in a world and and i think maybe it's because of the world that we're in right now this kind of covid quarantine world will reinforced to stay in place. A little bit more where we're learning like. Oh there's beauty in a lot more of these basic things that we've forgotten about because we're always jumping in cars going to places in. This movie is really about that. It's sort of like yes. He has these things and he's not in the moment right. That's at the core of it. We'll just be in the moment. Connect with people Outside the window you know and there is something about that that it really appreciate it in this watch. And that's really what i think. One of the big core principles of this movie is. I think you could also say that you can get in a rut of your own life. You're always looking for the bigger better deal or whatever this thing may be but it's such a simple idea that this movie is kind of pushing forward. Yeah the idea that we are surrounded by a community you know. He is surrounded by this community in this tiny town in field in pennsylvania doesn't know very well and he gets to know the people of this community. You know you start at the movie kind of walking by all these days and not really knowing who they are knowing much about them noticing of them not noticing others in by the end of it. He's gotten to know people that we haven't even noticed. He's really gotten to know the people that he lives within his community. Which you know i. I don't know if people live on my street. I couldn't tell you all the people who live on my street. I have no idea. And there's a sense of like if you had that time. Would you actually bother to make a human connection. I can leave my house. Will i be better at making those human connections and the university of his flaw. That it i think it affects all of us is i think what part of what makes this movie. So beautiful especially on this rewatch. You're not like here's a here's an externalised bad quality that i can pretend they don't have for ninety minutes and i can watch this guy getting better at this thing. That's definitely not me like. Oh no i very much recognized myself in the movie. In if there is a line rethink serves as the accidental curse. You know the like the liar. Liar prayer if you will. I don't believe that. This has the magic but i think it sums up what needs to happen. Which is you know bill. Murray goes to his day. He does his very first speech about the groundhog. He's you know he's okay. he's not bad. He half-owns take. It's brian services. At the very end any mcdowell has producer. Just says okay. Wanna try it again without the sarcasm in this. Oh wow i didn't again without the sarcasm leading the yeah you know. It's really interesting because again just going back this idea that we can live in a world where we're so Obsessed about what's next that we don't just appreciate what we are actually doing. And that doesn't mean that you don't have to have aspirations right. It just means that. And i think this movie does show you can have. You can embrace certain things. It's not like he if i can. He just needs to become friendly. It's like you are so busy looking to. Yeah what's next. You don't see what's right in front of you. That could actually make your next even better. Exactly what popped up for me in. This watch is another line. That i hadn't really noticed that's trying to make this important about university. He's sitting down at the bowling alley getting drunk with guys. I'm going to call them. The morons and i feel bad. I'm only one of them is written to come in. Who i love recommen- great actor in a bunch of stuff. I got to work with him. And peppered him with a million questions about being in beverly hills cop and groundhog day and everything else. He's been every every great comedy and herald ramos favourite. Everything so i apologize for calling the marrone. It is what bill murray calls them as a collective bargaining has that line. They're talking about good and bad and optimism and the way you move through life and he he flat out says like this is this. This is the thing this groundhog day that you're going through the thing that affects all of us guys would look at this grass and they would say that glasses half empty other guys say that my is have full. Thank you as a glass half empty. I am i right. What would you do if you're stuck in one place. An everyday was exactly the same and that he did mattered. Sums it up for me. I love that scene. And i wanna just kind of talk about this movie to get one step out and an acknowledge how this movie comes out. And what the effect of this movie is which is hell ramos and bill. Murray known as this great team right. They've worked together on screen and stripes and ghostbusters at has directed. Bill murray in caddyshack. and basically. I think you could point to some of the best early performances of bill. Murray's career were aligned with herald ramos and And this is the movie that separated them. That broke them apart and the reason why broke them apart was because they added different view of what they wanted. This movie to be herald ramos Want this movie to be about love and where it's interesting 'cause talking about couple goals and he the power of love and how love can kind of connect you anything bill. Murray probably in this moment. China get into this domain that we know now wanted to make it a little bit more philosophical a little bit. More not edgy. But you know really kinda get into how we as humans like a live the same pattern day after day after day but we don't acknowledge it and we are not yes and most kind of entering even into uncharted territory for themselves. That means a lot personally. Both they both come the second city where there is no sentimentality. Both find to become sentimental and it means something personal to them to try to do it the right way what they consider the right way that both of these guys are actually very much in tune with emotional parts of themselves. God's work with herald ramos and they'll probably talk about that about nine more times in this podcast. Because i did ask them questions about this movie and he was happy to answer every one of them. But there's something about this movie. Where when the film came out bill murray was upset because he felt it was more of a comedy than he wanted to be And they just stop talking like that was it in. This movie is a huge hit. And it's continues to be this kit they The did reunite on herald ramos's deathbed Which was really special. And and i know that his daughter wrote a book about this relationship that harald had with his whole family and his world but she talks about the relationship with bill. Murray and i think anyone that was inherited orbit even in interviews and articles would tell you that he was so upset about this This break up. They had this is like this is twenty. One years i mean was still talking about it. You know in the years up until right up until a key was talking about it like you would talk about losing your mom or dad. Yeah because these two really were connected. And i think so. I wanted to kind of put that on the table. Because i think looking at how they both saw the movie with the movie came out to be and how they and how bill murray placer. Since i think it'll be interesting to look at it through that kind of lends and also will say that You know. I will probably mix some things that were told to me by harold and some things that i've read but i will keep trying to keep his private private but i will say this I think it's very well known that bill murray had an exceptionally hard time making this movie in his life like he was having a shitty a lifetime Divorce yeah and this is. This is a time where ever bill murray was on larry king one night and he can almost had a breakdown sir crying on air about being away from his family. And it's kids. Like i think bill murray's incredibly emotional person and there's something here that this was not you know who knows what it was. I think that like herald. Got a lumped into that divorce in a weird way like bill. Murray like left this part of himself but i wanted to talk about one of the ways that bill murray was really nasty on the set in to one of your favorite people. Michael shannon my boy. He's so young isn't he. Just this movie young. I like him as a craggy old man. I will say this that herald ram is has amazing eye for talent and when you look at all of his films it's populated by some great character actors robin who i just love and she was fantastic recently on shits creek. Do she runs a store that dan levy starts working but like all these. Setv people all these great comedy people just in the world And of course stephen kobetski but the story here is Michael shannon new actor in this film theater kid. Yeah right so You know so excited to be here. And i guess bill. Murray was listening to The talking heads and like a little boom box Michael shannon's favor band. I've talked about everything he took from his career from. David byrne a really guys giant heads. You know commanding attention. Oh i love this. And he went over to bill. Murray as hey you like the talking heads. He acknowledged him in a way that made him believe that. Don't murray thought him to be stupid right. And so i think he really was like sarcastic but also like plankton like a child and he felt so embarrassed by again a very typical kind of fill behavior right like not like the way. The kinda fill treats chris elliott. I'm picturing bill. Murray's garfield starting to michael shannon had saying yes. I like the talking heads and so like this is this moment that really crushed michael shannon and then he told the herald about it and a herald obviously doesn't stand for any of that kind of stuff and then told like maria. Hey you really rude to this actor apologize. And then then like bill. Murray to apologize to michael shannon which made michael shannon even feel worse like so like just like this one terrible moment that michael shannon had to live in again and again and again so i just love that this is. There is a a little bit of this michael shannon story in here to enjoy. I appreciate that. Let's just hear a little clip of his joy in this movie. It's a this is right after phillips wrestling. Excuse me mr connor's hey fred. how was the wording. Well i just wanted to thank you for making debbie. Go through with it and everything. All i did was fan. The flame of her passion fra. No you're the best rita. This is debbie and fred kleiser kids. Congratulations no way messed you. While we're talking about this dynamic between ramos and and and murray gosh even just telling him to apologize somebody. That's that's that's what you tell your best friend. When they're really fucking up a sign of an intimate relationship either have to be very far apart and be a stranger or very close. I feel like to have that conversation with somebody. Oh yeah and and and it makes me really sad because watching this. I kept thinking about their friendship in how it felt like. It was reflected in this movie. I mean that there's a plot towards the end. Where bill murray his character phil becomes really obsessed with trying to keep a homeless man alive. You know like how. Am i going to help this guy who is faded for something bad you know like i really can't reach him and can i reach him. And can i get him soup and he puts his weight on his shoulders. Of how can i. How can i help this person in you know they have that line like you know. Sometimes it's just people's time and the frustration of that. I think it's just because. I just watched that documentary belushi. Which is okay. It's not that great about john belushi but it really had me thinking like well ramos in in murray went through that they had a friend that they loved so much and they tried so much to keep him alive and they had both only you know less than a decade before. This movie had gone through. Something like how do you help. A person who can't be helped and and i don't know i'm sure projecting a lot but i suddenly felt like this is them talking about belushi in in trying to help them it kind of tucked into this movie about the limits of what you can do for another person. Well okay so. This is my knowledge of herald. Which is he's incredibly spiritual guy. You know You know he is like a buddhist you know like a when i was on set with him had prayer beads like very in touch spiritual guide. I think that either one of the things that i mean i will just say this. That working with him was one of the best experiences ever because he is this guy like he is a guy who there's a guitar on the back of his or at least at this point. There's a qatar on the back of his director's chair. He's playing songs in the middle of things. His kids are onset. He has this loving relationship with his kids like just like they are in his arms like hugging them like there. Is this vibe of every night. Huby and i've worked on plenty of tv shows and movies and have only experiences here. So i can speak to it in this sense. Always wanted to go out to dinner. Always want to go out to dinner and and and would hold court at dinner. And when i was there Human giant had just premiered and we have premiere party in his hotel room for human giant which was awesome. Just the best kind of guy. But he's a very spiritual guy. And i think when he's talking about this the thing like there's is some things in life that you can't control right and that that the death of that person is like there's a line where beaumaris like i can do this. I can do that can do think. But there's some things that are out of your control and i feel like we can obsess about those things. We can work on the things that are deleted scenes. Movie were bill. Murray like literally studying chest x rays and looking to see if he could heal this man and there's another deleted scene where he writes a like An obituary for him and puts it in the old man's Jacket and it's like you know here at eight. Oh two this year. The it's almost like a it's poetic. It's little poetic seemed actually. Let's listen to a clip of it. It's every night by cold. bricks glow. I watched the shadow rising from the old man in the snow at eight. Oh to let it go at eight. Oh to and. I just think there's something really beautiful about that like that spiritual nature of knowing when to let things go also just like lowering like look embracing what the truth is and then im- and having that time with this person the key enjoys the time with him instead of trying to fight which goes back to the farewell of it all right like. Do you just enjoy the day or do you you know. Are you trying to be no crates minutes not there. I don't know that there's that scene really stuck out to me in a in a major way this time and i almost felt like it was a little bit misplaced in the film. I almost feel like it should be moved up a little bit like a little bit. Like maybe like. I was thinking that too. Yeah yeah weird a little bit. It's right at the very end if it was like his last stage yeah. I don't know what i've been moved up by five minutes. I don't know between like when he stops. Trying to seduce any mcdowell for fake and when he starts trying to yasser for real it somewhere around there. yeah. I totally agree There's some there's something there that i just like okay. 'cause i believe the when he brings the danish to set when the coffee. That's before the old man. And i feel like the old man should be before that. If that makes sense i agree. Maybe that i was just too sad to put it that. He had dilemma. I don't know i. We're totally in alignment about this. And i mean from what you're describing ramos in vermont of read about him. He seems like a person who aspired to live his life. The way bill. Murray does at the end like i was reading a list of his hobbies. It is are insane like he can do the sunday times crossword in twenty minutes. He can beat the computer scrabble. He can fence. He can drum. He can speak greek when he goes to his local coffee shop. You could speak greek to the owners. He taught himself how to ski by watching skiing on television. He made his own hats at a fleece He can do an emergency tracheotomy like he just taught himself to do everything. Like you said once you know. I've always wanted to experience everything. I've always wanted to be a millionaire. Bios forty. I've learned to be cary grant and errol flynn of wanted to conquer. Every woman her fall in love with me. I want to be president. I want to succeed in a considerable way that our society has to offer an unprecedented and just have those ambitions but actually worked on them. Like i would love to fence. I mean yeah ever done damned thing about it. But i like 'em so in awe of the people who want a goal and actually pursue it. Will you know so interesting. Because i always references and may have mentioned this a couple of times in the show. But i'll say it again because it's it's right now Herald ramos is also. The person says to me this thing that i remember all the time which is You know people were talking to him about his career career and and where you are and what you are trying to do and he said this thing about how you should view your career. Which is like fame isn't finite. Don't worry about if someone else gets something. They doesn't mean that there's not room for you to get something. I feel like that was his whole idea. Like there was a room for him right. He wanted to you. he didn't feel the pressure of. Here's a guy who literally defines comedy in the eighties. You know these movies that he's a part of In this comedy movement you know and he they saved up like i'm not the biggest fan of some of his stuff like i don't really love animal house but you can't deny that he took the big studio comedy and he made it you know in his words he he made. It sloppier made it more. Chaotic. i mean it wasn't like the clear cut kind of rock. Hudson isn't a completely fair example. But i'll just say the kind of rock hudson comedy like. He missed his fingers. And i mean look at those three films right caddyshack animal house and vacation right those three completely different types of films but all have a similar Energy to them. They all are this. You know the the it like. He's he's versatile like it's not like oh he didn't make like three stone or movies right you know. So it's it's interesting. Give me like i. Wanna i wanna and i know it's not completely fair like barbie wants to draw a line between like animal house and i'll just say like you on either. Like people are like the people in charge. Don't know what they're doing. I know what's happening. I think there is something so anti intellectual about some an anti establishment. Is it freaks me out a little bit just a little bit. I'm like those guys don't always know what's happening so i felt about mash like. Do we wanna trust these guys with this. No but you animal house and in particular just annoys the hell out of me for that reason But yeah like what he did especially in. This stage has added so much to comedy by the way You know animal house. He did not direct right. I mean that was just something that he wrote right. Yeah which is interesting about that too. Because i feel like there's a landis energy in meanness comes from landis him why not. why not. Yeah blame him for a lot. But i do think that there is a there is. I think that there's actually a fair thing. Because there's a there's a bigness in animal special thing about the third act that his movies don't really have like the heroine ramos movies. I think the are a little bit more granted they look. I think that that movie there. You know. I don't know the they're they're all over the but he's going to go out different Arguments about stuff. I think he was always trying to Can get at the root of something. And i feel like in many ways like herald ramos had more john hughes vives than an anarchist vibe. I think he came up in that group but he also a guy did drugs but he was the guy who did drugs and was more like the john lennon like. Now i'm in this mode. At least that's how. I saw him a little bit. Yeah he was the guy who didn't necessarily want to be the center of the is not fair I'm trying to think about that story. Where like he stepped down from second city and they replaced him with john. Belushi that kind of swap. A person who's like. I don't need to be the guy like spitting water on the audience. I have something else. I want to contribute and figuring out. What exactly his place was. Yeah i mean. I it it it is interesting that this this is a movie that he's talking about that he wants to make You know obviously not his idea. It's written a guy. Danny rubin and when this movie comes out everyone's like everyone is singing. This is my idea. Every sci fi author. And any ruben says actually i got this idea from this old story which i realized i saw this old story because the part of a like a mickey mouse christmas carol like compilation thing. You heard about this at all. I know that making mass. A christmas carol so well. What's the story okay. So there's a couple mickey mouse christmas carols. And there's one where like four ward different Versions of like. There's four like christmas stories in it. And there's one hugh doing louis They wanted it to be christmas every day. And then they and then. It is christmas every day. And they're like on the loop and they learn how to appreciate christmas and i was like i remember watching my kids like a year ago. I'm going this lack of really clever idea. I love that because at christmas day. Were i want to do this. I'm gonna open my president going to do this and years running around now. that's a great idea. And actually that was based on this short story by william dean howells's called christmas every day That it came out in eighteen ninety. two Yes so that was gosh vast. What they're just giving you an orange everyday. Congratulations horns but this is so basically. He's using this short story from eighteen. Ninety two as impetus for groundhog day and that is thing. I have inspired by an rice. Oh interesting yeah the end race that he had. I think he'd been reading. The vampire lescot interviews. The vampire comes out this year. That you're before a right around here. I it's like ninety two ninety three ninety four it. He was thinking a lot about immortality in what he would want to do with immortality would love to be immortal like my boyfriend's always trying to talk me out of it he's like win the world explodes and we're living in hot magma. Do you want to be stuck living in hot. Magma do which would suck. But like. I don't know maybe it be worth it but when it comes to this thing with you would you take this time. The re living of a day over and over again and and let's let's break it down and say like in this movie. According to a lot of the the very nerdy websites They have like herald ramos on ana commentary track. Time said he's in there for about ten years but according to wolf nods a website. They said he spent the wolf nights. They said he's been eight years. Eight months and sixteen days trapped in there then. A website called the movie. Truth calculated it. He spent four thousand five hundred seventy six days in there which is twelve years six months and eleven days and then obsessed with film. Another website claims that he was trapped. Twelve thousand four hundred and three days sets just under thirty four years and that would be in order to account for being a master piano player an ice sculptor etc and we missed the deleted scene where he's a pool hustler as well. So i mean we're basically talking about ten or twelve years seems to be like where herald and most of these sites of put it not and skype. Yeah did this extrapolation seems to be coming from something like malcolm gladwin right and his like the ten thousand hours of experts like you need ten thousand hours to be that good at piano. Yeah i mean is it really that good of. Let's let's listen. Can i say like would quibble with this movie. It's only equivalent of the era. Which is the music is kind of lay happening in the ninety. Two men the coolest jazz in town. It's like you're seeing. Snl band just going at it so fun. Choices are ridiculous. I would have played a couple more. Because i'm like okay. Are you going play the opening theme which let's play. This is the opening theme though. like why. why do we even need this like i so angry. When i heard that last night asks mainland college seasons go out for people who are like afraid of getting too much into sentimentality. Like trying to keep this tone in check that song. You're going to pick that song. Not even now that we're okay. I'm on fire now. We talk about the action music when he takes the groundhog and tries to like run it off the road. Let's listen to that one. I mean this is your action music in nineteen ninety-three movie was he doing. I don't know aim. I wanna hit the ground at the. This is the kind of movie when you go to like a coffee shop. That want you to get the espresso beans. That are made in bolivia like this is not what you take when you order a groundhog. I don't understand this music. Here's what i'm going to. Here's say and it pains me to say it. I almost feel. How do i want to say this in the right way. I think that heraldry misses a great director for actors. I think he needs a better cinematographer to shoot action. There are a couple of things in herald ramos movies. That are not as clean as you would like. And there's moments where there's something that's shot so well there i oh right like win. The camera goes into the clock. And you're seeing those does number. I mean by the way. That's a great set design choice at that. The clock like that. They the flip clocks. And there's very flat about this movie on certain like drake twirly like visually. There's something a little bit more flat about it. So when you do a shot of the clock that's so big and feel so large it it It's almost shocking. And i feel like there. There's a couple of moments throughout this movie. Oh they're missing out like the chase scene. Even when he they go up against the train stuff it could just be amped up a little bit rushing it from above and it looks a little bit just goofy and pathetic like why are we doing this with the running on the train and i think i think that you see elements of that and like early jut appetizer things. I think it's like the focus. Is the comedy the performance. The door drizzle dazzle. You and i agree with that. Because i think that sometimes you get a better performance because you're not worried about like doing specific way. You get your for improv. You're opening four us open for moment side. It's my peace about it when we're talking about like the train zane because you don't want to make the train let cool. It's not like necessarily cool. What he's doing he's gonna maybe get other people killed late. It's not that cool so if you make. It look like who. It's the fast and furious. It think it's okay to make it. Look a little pathetic but i do wonder why we agreed so early on that. It was okay of comedies. Didn't have to be that. Interestingly shot you know. I associate this entire genre with like lukewarm shooting. Which it doesn't have to be that way you sometimes you get stuff like i was gonna say tag or like game night that are actually interacted with this entity. That other movies are visually. And it's nice. I don't know why that feels like such a small part of the genre pops up. Never stopping i mean. Yeah i mean all talk about the just to keep it in the couple world because those movies are a little bit more stylized and john arise. Let's talk about longshot. Longshot directed by john. Levin i think is a great director And again another movie. That i have a very small part him but the but can be directed beautifully. A movie i think is a great romantic comedy but also it looks great and i think they can. Do you can kind of find things that can be like big slapsticky moments like there is a moment like in longshot. Where like. Seth falls down a fight stairs. You know you can still do all that stuff. But it and i don't know maybe it's a different time where the budget was or whatever it was anyway i just wanted to call that out because there are like one or two shots here. That are really good. That almost made me go like a why. Where was that direction here. It's the lighting is a little bit flat it just you know but that being said it's you know it doesn't really dissuaded just worth mentioning but maybe it's just that like this whole click of guys. I mean we're talking about guys who seem to all kinds of know each other either. They all seem to have like hung out in chicago and they all came from more like stage in radio in writing before they held a camera. So maybe it was just that the cameras never there. I love you. Know the storytelling was it because they made such good films anyway. Every other director who did comedy was like. Oh i can just do that. It's like they set a template that didn't need to be set. You can look at fast times to like. I think the comedy just had a certain budget got a certain caliber of a dp. It got a certain there was a certain. It's almost like you go to the store and you get your comedy budget and which allows you to get a certain range of people and now i think people are playing with that but i wanna go back to the question of just kind of leading to which you wanted to be immortal but would you. Would you do this as somebody who wants to do. All these things and do the crossword ornaments dwellers something would you. Let's say because obviously thirty four years seems a lot. Would you let let's split it and say would you do twelve years. Would you do twelve years the same day over and over again. Does that seem good to us as bantu you what would you do. Would you do twelve years of the same day. I think so i if it wasn't like a painful day. Yeah because the day that he's reliving in groundhog day. You know you get some free coffee downstairs. It's not like you're in edge of tomorrow where you're waking up every day like dying so that's like it's not like you're waking up to be like brutally painfully tortured like that's a whole level of repeating the same day and let me ask you this question. Well no hot water. That's where i was going to go drop that like. He has to cold showers and never bring it up again and says hold shower every day every day for twelve years. Now my thought process was okay as figure out how to get to that hotel and take a hot shower and you could always be could always go to that hotel and take a hot shower. Feel that he might have done that. The fact that you know he But i also thought it would have been more damning if she said oh no. The town doesn't have any hot water but yeah she's like oh not today she says oh no not today but that cold water really made me go. This is a harder existence. i think i would too. I think that we all look to be guy kind of but think about it. Like just think about doing it for ten days like ten days would be. Would it be interminable. Like you know I don't know if a tricky thing because you can do anything you want you want. You don't have to exercise you don't have to do you know there's no consequences the calling but there's all these laws that diner and eat all of that cake. Oh those fries really. i'd love it. I mean you'd want all that sort of stuff. So i guess. My father has a lot of dessert for a diner to. It's not just like a couple ices of pie. They had like doughnuts were around. They're they're they're bringing out the a big day in town they have to bring everything But yeah i don't know is you want to do it like i don't wanna live through what you said like tom cruise in that movie. I don't wanna live through jim. Carrey nothing able to tell. I don't wanna live through Eddie murphy not being able to speak but this movie does have an element to it where it is a little vicarious wouldn't be neat to be able to focus on piano everyday wouldn't it be neat to you know there is a there is something i think pumps springs even has a little bit more bike. I'm trapped to the content. You you hang on it a little bit. I i i think you do. I think there's an element where we want to be him. I mean kind of everybody is telling them from the beginning. It's not that bad of a day. You know he's grumbling. And he's i can't wait to leave. It's really fine. And i mean i hate continuing to talk about the quarantine period but you know if you told me year ago that i would be inside for year. I wouldn't have to drive to screenings and eat popcorn and it'd be like what would you do with all that time i'd be like i'd feel. It was so many things it honestly i kind of. Haven't it's a Yeah i guess you'd need twelve years to figure out you wanna learn piano because i have not learned piano right. We're in. we're not even a year into our quarantine. And and i know people say. It feels like groundhog. I've heard that things that a lot like she has a grant but have we done this. We want to do. I don't know i mean early early. Early pandemic my friend larry Great screenwriter here. really edward. He taught himself nunchucks laker month. One he later learned how to do nunchucks. And i remember being like an off like whoa by the time. We're all out in a month or two like i could learn nunchucks and i still haven't learned nunchucks. I actually have chuck. I've actually had none chucks for years. Never learned them like a bottle. Either gonna really into like researching tom cruise. I bought like a cocktail bottle. That you can like flip like a practice. Carpio flair bartending bottle. Like that during quarantine haven't really touched it. Touched at once because we watched cocktail. That like i mean i think it would take you a long time to even learn to do things which is why i appreciate that. We get to see him. Go through stages you know that his first stage is decadent stage. Like i'm just going to do all the things that are bad for me before he decides to even bother trying to do anything. Good i wanna give you one fun fast. Groundhog fact groundhog day. Factors should say so. The winning bid for phil connors in the auction is three hundred and thirty nine dollars and eighty eight cents an amount to this day that seems arbitrary but there is an interesting coincidence if the decimal is dropped that is thirty three thousand nine hundred eighty eight days that works out to precisely ninety. Three years forty three days minus a minute from january. First one thousand nine hundred not counting leap days. That is ninety. Three years and forty three days ends on february twelfth nineteen ninety-three aka the day. That groundhog day was released in. What the crazy legs weird. I mean i'm sure it doesn't mean anything but it's at least worthy of mentioning even decided to calculate that who was this. Maybe it's wolford's they already did the. I'm sorry i don't know. I don't know the movie kind of shows him experiencing the five stages of grief right denial anger bargaining depression acceptance right. And so if you think about it in the twelve your time zone. That's basically roughly about a year and a half veto year and some change per things. A year of denial a year of anger. It's a year of bargaining. And we're only seeing. I think in the film i think the thirty days we see in the film you know. There's some deleted scenes to but we only see about whether it's a fraction of a senior big thing so we see thirty eight dade twelve years. Sure he's not getting out of bed that day because he's right break clock right into the that that idea of like a year of denial a year of anger year of bargaining is. Did he think about that is really interesting because How do we all fair in that. And and i think movie does a great job at like you know. I think it's it is always a little bit tricky. I think you've been in palm springs. Andy sandberg they're trying to figure out. How many how much it's been how long it's been But you know it's there's this element to of like i remember reading this article about stanley kubrick and kubrick has like wate do so many takes do so many takes to stop actors from acting like if they if they're doing take seventy five. They're not thinking about the choices they make just kind of doing it naturally and like is that with this movie is also about like we live our life in a way that we think we're supposed to and once we rip away all the artifice of we're what we're supposed to do. We actually start to live our life like so. It's almost like it's like he is in grieving his life to them be reborn into what he would do if he could do it. Right like we like. You wanna learn nunchucks but you have responsibilities. I want to do certain things. But i have responsibilities but if you had those responsibilities. How long would it take you to get to be the person that you really truly want to be right and and do it because you want to do it now. Because he's bartering. There's not like there's not a devil on the other side of this going. Hey if you do this you do that. You know so. It's interesting to think about that too. Like how how long it takes before you can actually get to the you that you want to be. Which is why they scissors sanity. Still shows up to work in gives his little ground hug speech in the day. I mean i'm sure there's like theories within their where he's just not he's like. I'm going to rob a bank today. I'm not going to go to work at all. That he does bother still checking in bringing coffee. I think perfecting his beautiful speech that he gives at the end. When checkoff saw the long winter he saw winter bleak and dark and bereft of hope. Yet we know that winter is just another step in the cycle of life but standing here among the people of punxsutawney basking in the warmth of their hearths and arts. I couldn't imagine a better fate than a long and lustrous winter. From funk's itani it's phil connors solo. Yeah i love love that speech. And i mean that's kind of near the end. Where he's he's become more of this enlightened guy but there's there's something interesting about like this idea that he does show up to work and we seem kind of repeating certain patterns because that's what we only have we. We want that. We want like one of the things again not again bring it into quarantine but one of the things have been so hard is where of our where our patterns where i used to go to the coffee shop. I used to go over here. Used to go to see a movie so like there's even though it's a job to job it does have comfort in going. I know i have to go get my coffee. In the morning i go they. It's almost breaking free of the pattern of life and even though the end of the movie he's still doing the pattern of life. It's too and yet today about what this movie doesn't do even within that pattern because there's a lot here that is unpleasant like the shower like meeting ned. Either though i think is so tragic still thought that was you. are you doing. Thanks for watching. Hey hey now. Don't you tell me you don't remember me because i sure as heck fire remember you not a chance mad needle nose ned net the head come on buddy case western high then ryerson. I did the whistling belly button trick at the high school. Talent show bend ned ryerson got the shingles real bad senior. Year almost didn't graduate being again men ryerson. I dated your sister. Mary pat a couple times to you told me not to anymore. Well ned ryerson talk the interesting things that led us to introduce himself like poor ned even though needs a little bit of a creep but there are these unpleasant things there. Is this way where you could see this movie and make it seem so awful all these horrible things. The experience every day so that the audience make sure we feel the weariness of the new day and they eliminate like you don't see the badge our every day like you don't get even like a ten second montage of like the days of showers and i appreciate that. The movie doesn't have to go a step further to make us feel bad because it wants to say everything else does but it does embrace the the suicide montage is actually really interesting. I it's like that. That's montages. They lingering longer than i thought and i like that. It's like okay. He's gonna kill up by be killed. The first way in a very violent way like electrocuting himself in a bath tub and then he jumps off the building like he does some really violent things you know in to his body. Which is i don't know that struck me a little bit gets hit by the truck like that The you didn't take an easy way out. He's pretty brutal ways out. No he does it in ways. Where like the people that he also sort of will care. Alec mcdollar discovering his body or like the woman at the house has to spend the whole day like getting him out of the bathtub. Terrible but i guess what is like the small repeated things like the movie doesn't really labor. I was struck by the economy of the screenwriting here to are at the end when he figures out how to have this perfect day a lot of the people that are kind of touching on him that you we've seen him once like we see michael shannon only once or twice in this movie in the movie doesn't make us spend more time with the things that he's doing than it has to. We can kind of just get it. You know we get like he saves at one dudes life here and that he fills these people's like tires over there and it doesn't build abor it. I feel like there's there's a fleet nece in all of the things he does where the movie really pairs it down and just has them beat done. I wanna do something with you an experiment and then i want to drop my big bombshell on you. But i think you're talking about the economy is screenwriting. Goes back to. i think we're herald. Ramos is really strong in. I think he caters this movie. Incredibly to bill. Murray strength. And i think that that you know one of the things that people say about why they broke up is bill. Murray was sick and tired of filling the herald ramos was his like herald ramos. Did you look back at his career. Like harold ramos of responsible for. I think there was a. I want a break from this guy i think. What are the lines of that somebody said about bill murray is he's a man with a thimble full of gratitude right. Even when groundhog day comes out like bill murray is giving interviews where he says you know. This movie is going to open up a whole new for career for me. Like the romantic leading man. It proves it with the right story and the right clothes and the good lighting. Anything is possible like this is the movie that gives us you know. India murray the marines jo zarb later on and more his. Yeah yet. this is lost in translation. Marie this is broken broken flyers. Mary this is on the rocks. Murray that just came out where he's it's cute. It's five but movie. Yeah you're right. The key is the he doesn't like not that he's in good in this movie but he looks like i was kind of remarking on the way. Looks like there's a cuteness to him and stripes and ghostbusters. It's not really here. It's like he looks. It looks a little bit more. He looks he looks more guy going through a divorce and isn't sleeping and his calling people at two. Am which is what he's doing and you can kind of. I mean he wasn't even ramos's for choice. Wanna go to. Hanks but hangs out. He was so nice type in his own typecasting. Nobody would believe that the movie go to some place. Yeah well the the other. The only person that i saw that was on the list that i thought was a good choice for this role. Was michael keaton and michael. Keaton said no because he didn't understand it and this is a. This is a great michael. Keaton role in many respects. And i like bill. Murray and michael. Keaton Share a certain dna That you know. It's like a chicago edna of but it's it's bill murray aces this movie. Better than i think anyone can but Michael done it like this. Could see that one swap being made in his movie still working. I mean like kevin kline bill. Murray wasn't a good enough actor. But that kevin kline was kind might do okay but maybe it's just the roles i've seen him outside. Be like a little slick a lot like a weather man. There's a sadness. Bill maher carriage that kevin kline doesn't kevin kling definitely play that dick character. I i could see. You could see him doing it. I think it could see him doing it by love herald ramos. I think one of the reasons why this movie works. So well is because harold knows how to write for bill murray is i want to do an experiment with you here. I want to read a scene with you And we're gonna read The original script in the herald ramos rewrite So here we go. We're going to start off on the An episode of screen test. I have to do scenes with paul. I know you well. I'm not going to try to do have kind of here. I figured i could read it. I thought it'd be better with you. Can you see it right here. So read rubin's original script. This is a scene in the diner at this point. The script has voiceover. And i'll be bill. Murray and you'll be mcdowell. I don't mean to type typecast you Typecast as any mcdowell would be the greatest. So here we go. The voice over fell is and mean reader together. Were the most obvious thing in the world. And the i say. Have you ever felt like you. Were reliving the same day over again. I- more like deja deja deja so you still think you've been here before till nods and does evening turnout tell you what i do know even in a day as long as this even in a lifetime of endless repetition. There's still room for possibilities. Well like sexy like that kind of that. look now. that's the original version of the script. Here is the rewrite. What are you looking for in the perfect guy. Well first of all. He's too humble and always perfect. That's me he's intelligent. Supportive funny intelligence. Supportive funny meany. He's romantic courageous. Me me also. He's a good body but he does not have to look in the mirror every two minutes. I have a great body and they never look at it. He's kind gentle and sensitive and inconsiderate and he's not afraid to cry in front of me man. We're talking about right. what are you looking for. Who is your perfect guy. First of all he's too humble to know he's perfect that's me. He's intelligent supportive. Funny intelligence supportive. Funny me me me. He's romantic courageous me. Also he's got a good body but he doesn't have to look in the mirror to minutes. I have a great body and sometimes they go months without looking. He's kind sensitive and gentle is not afraid. Crime front of me this man. We're talking about right. There's such a difference there in those scenes right. I mean like you see like i mean those are two different movies right like one is. I don't know there's so much more fun and playfulness in this relationship. I wanna see that character get together then the other side. Also i understand any mcdowell a bit more. i don't know when i saw those two inside the side i was like. Wow what a difference you know. Yeah one is talking about generic big ideas and one is talking about things when is like possibilities are endless and one is like. Here's what i'd like to do and it's more of a adair. Can you do this. it's more concrete. So let me ask you this because this is my thought on this watch. I know this is the part of couples goals. And i know that herald ramos you know. His whole thought was that love conquers all was his like that or like you know the love can be transformative. But i don't know if i i don't know if i buy the love story now that's not to say that i love how very well i guess. I guess what i'm saying is this. I love the way it plays out. I don't understand why this woman becomes his focus. Because i don't think that the beginning of the film and that i act were setting up anything that makes them feel like they are connected like it's not like there's a million a million but there's a there's a dozens of women in this town that he could try to impress and in a weird way which he does he does. Yeah at your but does he. Does he do that. Like just to have sex right like i mean like when he when he has a nancy like that's not a real relationship but like when he's when he's kissing. Nancy calls her rita. And i'm like why is he. Like why is he obsessed with read it like like they did set up. They didn't give me a good enough setup besides the fact that she's the only woman in his life so that's like focusing on and i think that that was the thing that i really got hung up on this of the y. Rita like why just met her. He has no relationship with her but the time that groundhog day re boots there's been no connection. And why is she any better than he went in town if she was somebody in the town at almost find it to be even a little bit more engaging on some level but like the what is it about this woman that he i don't know does that make sense. I may i totally out of bounds here. Like let's don't get. I think you're wrong but you're talking like day. One bill murray. I sees rita. She's like rain that kind of baggy shirt baggy pants and he's just like that is not my kind of fun ito. Not who he would pick picaridin like he would pick out. Nancy gorgeous flirty like Ready for anything. I think what happens with him. And rita is that read. It is the one person who won't buy his bullshit. You know that there is something in her that really represents what he is still lacking like. Is this like figure of sincerity enjoy. And she thinks being at that in this town is actually fun. But she's not like a simple cheerful idiot ito. She's she's on him and she can hear things in his voice and she's incredibly smart in an intelligent. I think about the scene where he's trying to seduce her and he's like giving the full court press and you can tell even from the way he's talking that he's done the step a million times he's got the ice cream on the windowsill ready and yet she is a woman who i think is so clued into what is honest in this world. She can just tell she can tell when he crosses the line not really feel. I'm tired we can see each other tomorrow. No no feel really for a while and if you like it stay for a while longer. Let's not spoil it okay not scoring. I don't want to you. Know i can't i can't stay with you. Why not i love you. You love me. You don't even know me. I know you. Oh no. I can't believe i fell for this this whole days. Just been one long setup. no it hasn't and i hate fudge. Yuck no white chocolate no fudge. What are you doing making some kind of list or something. You call it my friends and ask them what i like what i don't like it. It's this what love is for you. This is real. this is love. Stop saying that you must be crazy. I could never love someone like you feel because you're never loved anyone but yourself that's not true. I don't even like myself. Give me another chance. That's care about that. it. I think that is it because that comes after the perfect guy conversation. Where like maybe at the beginning. He's just frustrated. He can't make it work and use a challenge. I've got to make it work. But then he grows to really her endless for. I think it is a slow process. It takes him a while. I think about this and their relationships where he really realizes what a good person she has. He could have lived his whole life never known she was a good person. It's definitely not love it for site. You're exactly right about that. But then you even in the midpoint before he even figures it out. He talks to her while she is asleep that night where she loves them. That everything is going it is that you think you think that are seven or eight. We're putting it. And i guess maybe that's what i'm missing. I think because their chemistry is really good. I think that their relationship is good. I just didn't. I think that that bridge is what i was missing like. Why all of a sudden this person you don't like you go to like. I almost would buy one more scene in this movie. Where he goes to chris elliott's character i because they have actually had a history together like like he immediately goes to her but yet she is not yet done anything. I think in the film to be. Like oh i need to trust her. And she's you on the key. Oh the trusting. But yeah yeah i mean i think he just wants to nail her and then i think he learned that moment of desperation when he goes to her the first time. I'm not gonna shoot this. Come meaning the diner. She's a guy. Why too sick. And he's i've been living this over and over again like and she's like okay but his that's early on and i feel like he's saying to her like i can trust you. You can help me but it. I didn't get that relationship. I almost feel like because she was in this. Is i think maybe a problem. In the script originally scriptures written without that top half there and then herald ramos wrote exit. Basically a students just try to write like the opening and and so it feels than they did and they liked it If she was his producer for a long time and that he never really saw her and then he does get to see her but he respects. There was a little lack of history there. That may i was in this beginning moments. I was like why why. Why is this where he's driving. I just didn't feel there was enough track there. But i think if you if you disregard that it all plays out fine. I just was. That was the thing i was wrestling with. Not like. Why does he like her. It was sort of like why are you. Why does she become a focal point. And probably because it's a movie and you need a focal point and that's all it is but But i just i y y did. They didn't get that that initial y she was the person may because he did think he was crazy. And she destroyed a producer. I don't know. Yeah that's kind of what i thought is like. She's the person who's holding the cards in that situation anyways. Like chris elliott. If he convinces him that he is having a bad day eh. Repeating the day over and over again kazillion just the cameraman liquids. He gonna do about it right but her is the producer she at least makes the call whether or not they're driving back or getting get even bother getting stuck the snow you know like he doesn't want to get stuck in the snow lake right. She has more in charge. I think in my her. I think he trusts her as a producer. So maybe what we're saying is and maybe is where i've misinterpreted the films. He's going to her first as a producer and then she's just one of the girls that he wants to have sex. It's like it's not a real relationship and because of him trying to perfect it and at one of my favorites the whole movie is when he speeding through the day like. Oh gosh the snowman. The kids though so kids it is funny and phony. She won't buy it. And i love that about her. Because he's done it a million times and he's like he's basically just doing the same day over and over and over and he's hitting. He's like racing through the beats. It's so funny comparing that like the the snowball fight that he's clearly doing for her. And it's mac. Dissed with that speech he gives her while she was asleep speech. That isn't for her. It's not for her benefit at all for him in what he says in there like that over this. He's really come to know her like he has known her through trying to game a manipulate her. He's gotten to really love her for who she is the facets and shiny him a better man she kind of ignites the passion of exploring different things and in so almost like it's almost like a meow ghee danielson relationship where he's like you know wax the floor and then they're going. I'd now you know how to do karate. She's like you know to get to read french poetry to learn french. He is like he's actually bettering himself. In attempt noah and then he actually then at certain point when that when that Basically like the yes. No relationship fails where it's like you don't you don't like white chocolate. Okay guy like when that fails he actually zang fudge and white chocolate. I love me is a very particular She didn't even. It does desserts but then she that turned that break like whatever that is maybe with a two or three year break there. And then he kind of reproaches her and they think so. Maybe that's what i'm right now. As i'm yeah he becomes a better man to wanna make it work. Maybe that's also you wanna move the guy he tries to say yes. I think you're right. I think what i'm realizing here is. What is it better than he knows that. That's the man he's the girl he should be with. This is. The harry met sally kind of relive relationship in a way in the sense that we're seeing them at different stages of his life. And so here's a woman that he tried like okay. He didn't like her at first. And then he's using her as an ally and then he's trying to sleep with her and now he's trying to actually realize all i actually am falling in love with like i say that a little bit better each other. Yeah do you think. Billy crystal could have done this. He'd be too cute. he'd be love me yet. Lloyd runs to the the castles which we talked about a little bit. I mean at chevy chase was another one He never new jersey's never going to have an emotional bone in his body. no steve. Martin was another one an interesting. Steve martin weatherman in la stroke talked. About but steve martin also think is a little bit too sincere john. Travolta was another actor But but but then you get into the travolta goes at that period of his life. Every girl might want to sleep a little easier phenomenon travolta which is like a weird. Yeah no accepts ponytail. Travolta no steve martin. I could buy. But steve martin even his like asshole has an element a flavor. That's a little bit. He little rich. I think you're right anyway. All right so that was all right. So you've actually made me appreciate it a little bit more. Because i do like the relationship. I just felt like that. I didn't by the introduction but looking at over twelve years a do well. You're still going to have to listen to that speech though. Because i i think his kindest sweetest prettiest person. I've never seen any it's to i tell us something happened to me. Taught good Search you could. However i do want to say this like i mean what do you think happens to them now. Now that he can't game day like does does this gaming a day yes. he's become a whole different person. Like i feel like the. If we're talking about like this i can be like saving everybody's life like never again in their relationship will he. Will somebody be like you saved my life today. Like that won't happen but his next day will be approached in the same way he wants to live in town like you know he's like let's let's stay here. Let's stay here forever like rent earlier. But