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Episode 180: Socially Distanced, Emotionally Close AF

The Struggle Bus: Self-Care, Mental Health, and Other Hilarious Stuff

29:58 min | 7 months ago

Episode 180: Socially Distanced, Emotionally Close AF

"Bob Problems bus. Welcome to the struggle bus. I'm Kate I'm sally and we're here to do the best. We can to help you out that said we are really struggling to and the only qualifications we have to give you advice or that. We have lots of feelings. Lots of opinions and lots of anxieties. None of those are a substitute for professional guidance. However there there are some things. We're going to try to send you along to to help you on your way during this time. Yes we are so Catherine yes here. We are Content up top. We're GONNA talk about the pandemic the corona virus pandemic. You should know that now. And we're probably going to talk either directly or indirectly about it this entire episode so and also if the episode isn't exactly cleanly edited because I take out some background noises and stuff and I don't really have the energy to do all the fancy bells whistles. Just you know. Get into it yet. We're we'RE WE'RE ROLLING WITH IT. We're like in a we're in a doing the best we can kind of a mindset which. I don't know maybe you want to see how the sausage is made a little bit. Or maybe maybe you don't and if you don't that's okay Plenty of other. Podcasts are still releasing their delightful and pristine episodes But I should say or tweet us. You should at struggle bus pod. Email us at struggle bus podcast at G MAIL DOT COM. If you want to join our amazing supportive secret facebook group. I can't even tell you how wonderful community has been. Just give me the email you log into facebook with INSTAGRAM DOT COM. Slash the struggle. Bus pod for pictures of Sally's cat. Use the HASHTAG. Struggle Pod Buds for twenty to find a struggle buddy struggle bus PODCAST DOT COM tweet. It Sally t tweet at me at. Sbk Heller. Yeah every social media account that I have access to is now just miles feed. That's all it is. Which is Great? I I admit it just defer to you so Catherine yes? We're we don't really know we're just gonNA kind of We're going to Improv. We're GonNa yes and each other. Okay give us a profession. So we're just gonNA like I mean. Do you WanNa talk about some of the stuff that we've been doing to. Kinda GET THROUGH. I because I'm interested in like how you've been spending your days for sure and like how you're holding up and everything well without getting into great detail because you don't want to get into it. I'm in New York and a lot of people I know have been directly hit and have been tested and it's really hard to get one and I had a really. I had basically a bunch of the symptoms a few weeks ago and I'm still fighting off a fever but I feel so much better so who knows but It's pretty serious out here like we're just all taking it very seriously and it's I haven't left the house in a while. I Miss Everything but Sally. I am the proud new foster drum roll of two cats. My upstairs neighbor before before you say another word I just WanNa say when you say. You're the foster of two cats. I would like everyone to imagine that two cats are fostering. You and they are adoptive parents. That's so sweet. Well here's the situation my Several of my neighbors skipped town. Because everyone's really scared right now and understandably so because you know we don't really know what's going on yet and it's hard to grasp your head around things logically. We always talk about catastrophic thinking in trying to keep yourself grounded but for right now it's totally. Okay it'd be anxious about stuff so a bunch of my neighbors left. I am now the proud Part Time Foster of these two cats which has been an experience and also the proud new part time owner of a my downstairs neighbors apartment which is gorgeous. And 'cause I can't leave the house I go there for a change of space to hang out and watch movies. Suzanne Phan is amazing. Yeah so that's really helpful. What about you they hold on? We're not done with these cats. Yeah Okay what are their names? Okay what are they like? Are they in your apartment or are you taking care of them in there are no? I'm very allergic to them. And I didn't realize they're very new to my building. My neighbor just adopted them a few weeks ago months ago and I only met one of them once because the other one was really shy. I use the word was because it's about to get real so I actually don't know their names. 'cause it's too late for me to ask. Do you know when you're at a party. And you've met that person once before in your friend just leaves you alone kitchen with them and then you're like I can't ask you. I can't ask their name right. Yeah I've called them The one in charge and the other one. Those are the news so you're feeling too embarrassed to ask them their names because you've been spending so much time with them. Yeah so I walk in the apartment of the first time and the one insurance the one in charge comes out looking at me like and I was like am I. Is this high die like is this. Is this going to happen? And she comes up their sisters she comes up to me and she's like She sniffs my arm you know. She walks over to other sisters swear to God. They had a conversation. The other one came over finally and was like by the end of the day. We were just playing together all day and every day I go in. They run up to me. Now they're like doorbell. I'd play with them. And today I gave them catnip for the first time just for my own entertainment and they like it. Oh how one of them just passed out after work and then the other one kept getting into playing and then ran into the other room looking for more cat if and I was like. Wow it's real stuff so they're okay. It's tough because I am very allergic and I want to pet them and have them in my face but you know. I really can't knife just shower after I see them. And Oh man little hives here and there which I don't think is a good thing to have but that's normal. I've always been allergic to cats more allergic to some than others but I love animals so much. So that's that's where I'm at and these cats the one in charge and the other one. I love you kids read. There's some videos online in the struggle buddies group. Sally yes there are cameras. Yeah Well I'm glad that you have some some company even though they're making you allergic and you can't spend too much time with them just 'cause like having a little bit of animal. Interaction is Kinda delightful. I'm really enjoying miles right now. I'm like more grateful for him than usual. Just because it's nice to see like another little living being doing his thing And he's just like the cutest so it's just nice to have a nice to have a little cute friends so. I'm glad that you have that. We'll try to foster a dog but the good news is. There's too many people who tried so the list. I'm on a list. I'm on a wait list. They ran out of dogs which is good news. It has good. But it's a it's a bummer. For you I really want you to have a dog. I know I am more of a dog person. No offense to cats But yeah it's been good having animals to sort of distract me and there's a story that drives them bananas and it's so much fun it's on this like fishing hook And they they. They're just so into it like. I'm sure they know that it's all just a game that I'm in charge of it but they still love it our cats. I'm Kinda smart. Yeah Yeah yes. Cats are smart. I don't know they're smart and also at the same time there are times when like miles does something and I'm like who's my little genius and other times I'm like. Are you a Ding Dong? Or what like they just contain a lot of different modes? The cats also destroyed the apartment today when I came in His little come a tent over their beds just knocked down paper towels everywhere out Dan. They're acting out. Are One of them. Pooped outside of the litterbox. Even though I've been changing it so it's like. Oh Gosh Oh yeah. That's definitely a like a Retaliation of some kind and you know rightfully so. I don't blame them to be honest but my neighbor she might be at uptown longer than expected. And I was like Really Miss You. And she's like yeah but like they always act out and I'm like yeah I think that maybe after a certain period of time you just should get like renaming rights like if you end up watching the cats for like eight weeks. Let's say you just get to name them. I already came up with the name Brady Sallee and to Markin. I love that I love that. At least one charge to Americans. The other one is the other one. That's perfect great well. I think I think we're done here. We've done some really good work. Yeah Well that's good so that's something that you're doing. I mean you're also working right now. Right I M working at one of my jobs but I took time off the podcast company. Because that's a lot of creative work in my mind was not in the right head. Space the other languages logic and stuff so I've been doing that to keep busy but I've been sleeping like that fatigue and the exhaustion was so intense when I was going through. Whatever it is that I had and I'm feeling much better now but it was hard to like. Get out of bed in the morning. Just work and yes partially. It's could depression. You know because of all this happening. And I haven't feeling very anxious but legitimately for the last few weeks even before this was quote unquote taken seriously. Because it wasn't I was still feeling so exhausted like beheld auditions from theater company. Which by the way we did include we did close But even at Auditions. I was falling asleep in between when we had breaks like for five. Minute breaks my head on the desk but I really do. I want people to know I feel a lot better now. Which is why we're doing this. But I did take time off the podcast stuff and I'm working a few hours a day at the other job from home. Okay cool. So that's that's something Yeah I it's nice to keep busy. It's it's weird. It's both nice to keep busy and like have something to do and also I'm finding it really really hard to like focused and to concentrate. You're still working at the same. Yeah I'm still working and like we're doing a lot of coverage right now. Almost exclusively current virus coverage and on the one hand. It's like a lot but on the other hand. I think if I wasn't doing this and I was like editing other stuff I would just be thinking about it all the time it you know. It's it's this is at least allowing me to engage with it in ways that feels like productive and helpful So that's good And it's nice to be able to like provide useful pieces of content for people like I think people are just like looking for information and also for Just like experiences they can relate to So I feel really good about being able to to like work on those stories You've been writing. Animals easing stuff by the way. If you WANNA check it out go on to self dot com just right. Yeah I actually I. I'm mostly at et. I wrote one piece about social distancing about how to I basically just like compiled all of the things that I've been saying to people in my life to try to convince them to take social distancing seriously so I wrote that but everything else that I posted stuff that Either edit or that someone I work with here at self has written or edited and you can see all that at self dot com you can search site for Corona virus and that'll like pull up crevice content but you know it's like also like very fortunate to have a job right now Which is like definitely not guarantee and in fact actually I just published something by a really cool writer named Lindsay King Miller who is on twitter at ask queer check and she wrote a list of different ways to help people everyone from like Performers and artists musicians Sex workers domestic workers trainers basically anyone who is like in the GIG economy or in the service industry Ways that we can support them financially right now as so many people are either out of work or have like very very very little work and maybe are transitioning to like offering their services virtually and stuff like that Yeah if you're in shares unity or the arts community. The Actors Fund is offering money so do apply immediately. I did this because a lot of my income. Just got cut by a lot. Yeah Yeah it's it's pretty intense. I mean you know. Following the medical and health news is one source of complete terror but then also following like what's happening politically also really scary. It's just like it's very overwhelming time and We thought some threads in the struggle buddies group of like people who are in are in healthcare either because their healthcare providers or they work in healthcare settings. And they're talking about what they're going through and it's all It's all really scary. You know this definitely feels like something brand new like my brain and my body are like. Oh we've never liked dealt with anything like this before. How how's this GONNA go? My therapist actually called me today. Just like literally just check in and we actually had like a short session for free. She's like I just WanNa talk to you. Which was so sweet. No that's amazing. Yeah we set up a session for next week because I am a bit. It's a phone session. There's no I'm I'm self porn teen so I can't leave the house by the way. Are you self quarantined or are you still going on walks and stuff? Oh yeah we're going on walks and we're like you know social distancing of course but like You can't every N Philly as in New York. There's a shelter in place rules so the only thing you really are allowed to do is like go out free groceries or medical care or like so exercise. Yeah Yeah it's it's also hard because I you live with a partner in a an animal. I live alone but I have access to an animal to But there there is a way in which just the isolation is depressing. So I found that I've been doing lot. Zoom conferences texting with friends calling friends and things that I never thought I would be doing that. Human contact because that's a real thing not being touched or not being able to see people's faces is is can really make you feel down so if you're feeling that way that's totally normal and if you feel like you're stuck at home with people and you loved them normally but you're stuck with them you know and you're finding yourself feeling feelings that's okay too Yeah I mean you know being being alone right now or being with like maybe a roommate that you just like share a space with. But you're not really close with or living you or living with someone that like you don't really like or WanNa live with all. Those scenarios are really tough. And I'm definitely like thinking about I mean I have. I have a lot of friends. Like in New York who Are Living with roommates. That like you know. It's not uncommon to like. Just you live with a roommate. Because you're both looking for like a place in the same neighborhood. Not because you're necessarily like friends or hang out or whatever and like I think I'm sure in some situations that can be like awesome and I think in other situations. It can make this all like a lot harder I've also been doing a lot. More like connecting with friends and doing like video hangs and stuff like that. I think I'm like socializing more than I was before which is yeah. I like I was making plans to like. Have a zoom like hang with like for me and Andrea and like two friends of ours who are a couple and we were like I was thinking like Oh shoot. I'm actually not available till the middle of next week because I have so many plans which is absolutely not anything that I ever could upset. Also those parents out there like having kids at my friends with kids and it's just really hard to stay chipper and make sure that they're okay and even if they can't go outside to play and they're going a little wild. It's it's a thing that's happening to I know I know it's a lot. It's totally a lot Are you like watching or eating anything? How is your like? What are you doing to distract yourself if anything I have been reading this book called the faceless old woman who secretly lives in your home which is written by the Night Vale. People that podcast. Oh and it's a really fun. Beautiful fiction piece about. I think we spoke about this in the last episode that we didn't release because I had a panic attack afterwards and was like I can't release this episode to set. It's about a woman who sort of her backstory of gaining revenge. Not let her own backstory about why she sneaks into people's homes and does things and it's based on the character that is played by Mara Wilson Front of the show some gifted my birthday by Geoffrey grant or the one of the CO writers. Joseph Fink and Jeffrey Craner and it's just been a fun way of escaping. I've been watching a lot of comedy. stand up the good kind not the bad nice. Tell tell me some good stand up. John Mullany comeback night. Oh my goodness I could watch that. I actually did watch it twice in a row. Because he he's so talented that it's fun to just like his his talent and his Just how he presents the material and it's also so funny that you just yet my guess it's I might watch it again. I it's awesome so yeah that's awesome. I gotTA check it out. I've it's one of those things that like. Everyone I know really likes and I've been meaning to watch for a long time and just never got favorite one. That he does is the comeback kid you you will. He tells a Bill Clinton story that is unbelievable. But it's true about him meeting. Oh my God okay. Yeah if that doesn't sell you on it. I don't know we'll nice okay. Cool thanks. So we're we're watching madman. I thought about doing that. Yeah it's really great. It's like it's really absorbing And it's hitting a good sweet spot for me where it's like. There's enough happening. There's enough drama and intensity that I'm really like I'm really hooked in and I'm really thinking about it so it's nice to be distracted on but it's not so heavy that it's like bumming me out So that's really good and then I've been playing this video game called Disco Liam which is like Disco Elise Eum Liam. Yeah it's It's on PBS. It'll be out for consoles this year. Pretty sure It's it's a really weird cool game it's unlike any game. I've ever played you You play a cop. The very beginning of the game wakes up from a vendor with absolutely no memory of who he is or why he is where he is. And so you spend the game Basically uncovering things about your past and your identity as as well as As well as trying to solve this murder and it takes place in. This made up country and in a made up city. And there's this whole like there's a whole political and social history to the area that you're in and you learn as you go And the coolest thing about it is that. There's this mechanic called the thought Cabinet which is basically As you're moving throughout the world and talking to people you start to have these thoughts and realizations and you can either like integrate them into your worldview or you can discard them and as you integrate them. They changed the way that you behave towards the world and it and they give you different like bonuses or penalties different interactions. So you can like you can play at a someone who's like a hardcore communist or a hardcore Like free market capitalist are hardcore centrist You can you know you can like as the thoughts about your past. Start to come back to you. You can like integrate them and start to figure out what's going on with you But you can also like reject a bunch of ways of thinking It's really cool. It's really it's another again. It's very like absorbing So I finished. I played at through With one of the character types like you can play the main character as either someone who's like mainly based around intellectual skills someone who's Mainly based around like emotional an empathy skills or someone who's mostly based around physical and body skill so I played it as the Thinki- guy and I'm now I'm GonNa play at the feely Guy And it's like it's really cool. It's like really deep but it's also really really really funny So I would say if you have like. I think it was on sale too for like twenty five bucks so if you have a PC and twenty five bucks to spend. I highly recommend playing it. Oh speaking of which. I'd like to give a quick shout out and by the way money is tight for everyone right now so. Do not at all feel up to give anyone money but one of our listeners. Gifted my theater company Some money because we're asking for donations online and it was the sweetest message about how struggle buses really helped her and it was so kind. So let's say that person. Yeah totally. That's awesome also that reminds me Katherine we talked about. We're just releasing our archive of bonus episodes. Normally it's something that You got if you donate to us at a certain level but I think we're just GONNA like make it free right now so that people have like yes. I'm like extra stuff to listen to so I will what will I do? I'm not sure I'll either post it. Maybe I'll put it on our patriot and then I'll tweet about it. Yeah But feel free to also like email us if you want the length or whatever But probably the easiest thing is check us out on twitter at struggle bus pod and we'll we'll We'll post a link to their And it's really fun. It's like a a bunch of episodes where Catherine and I and like sometimes different guests are just kind of shooting the Shit not like what we're doing now but unlike pre pandemic time so it's pretty fun pretty like loosey-goosey to listen to and we've watched reviewed movies together. A great story about Joe Biden just goes on and on. Yeah there's a variety of wonderful stuff by the way you hosted a net flicks Party like a watch party right well. Here's what happened. Okay so My friends were hosting it and I tried to get on and I couldn't figure out why it wasn't working and for some reason it wouldn't work so I couldn't do it so instead I watch her. Yeah so instead of walking dead okay. How's walking? Oh it's so good to rewatch of. It is just reminds me. I didn't realize that you'd watched it. Okay Oh yeah oh no. I was huge fan of that show. It's about the apocalypse and I was like this'll calm you down and it did really awesome. You know it's funny like I was thinking about the show the leftovers which I really really really love but it's like very freaky And I don't WanNa watch it right now But but like I know there are people who I think are actually getting a lot of comfort by watching that kind of stuff right now. Like the kind of post apocalyptic stuff like contagion which is literally about what's happening now. Yeah I love them. Yeah I oh my God. I couldn't watch that right. I recently read the stand Did you ever read? I think talked about on this show. Yeah yeah I mean it's really good But it's it's Hoof boo-boy it's about a flu that kills basically ninety nine percent of the planet and I've been thinking about that and the leftovers like a lot Important note that like like neither the leftovers nor the stand reflects our current reality. But it's just like it's a little bit too close to home. I think I think I'm still in the in the mode where I just want to have like comfort food. I've been watching a lot of Brooklyn nine nine Watching Andy Sandberg do his thing. And then also You know that movie spy with Melissa McCarthy Yes I love that movie. It's so good I love it. We watch that. Yeah I highly recommend. We've rented it so many we were renting it so often that we bought it. Because it's like it never fails to crack me up and we got into it like after the election twenty sixteen. We were like really desperate for stuff. That wasn't like you know you know how it was. It was really hard to find like media to watch and we got into it then and we've since watched it like I don't even know like five times. I it again tonight. He totally should. I wonder if it's on Netflix. That would be a good one for a window netflix party. Yeah well we'll Grateful for Hulu in Net Flix. Yeah that is for sure. That is for sure What Else Catherine. What else should we talk about? Should we talk about? Should we ended? I mean I don't know I mean let's just like ended on a note of that. This is very serious and scary and barral like thinking of each other so a great community is the facebook group and You know one more time If you WANNA join this this group it secret which means that. Your friends won't see you're writing it so you can be like. Oh Gosh my best friends really bothering me. Right now in a vendor. Ask questions or say you're afraid about something or post animal photos and gifts which by the way people are doing so great at it. So if you want join Email us at struggle bus podcast at gmail.com. And give us the email you log onto facebook with and if you don't get in the first time because facebook is weird about these things just email us and let us know you didn't get the link and I will personally contact you and get you in so cool. Yes a good place to be right now. I gotTA say Katherine do you WanNa put a song at the end of this episode because I have a recommendation or do you not want to deal with it. I would love that. Okay cool I did what I sometimes do. Which is I outsourced recommendation. Because I'm not really a music person Catherine as you know I used to be really into music and then I sort of stopped being so now I listen to stuff when people send me tracks or play less than they're like. Listen that's how I get new music so I have this friend Shane who is a music person. and seems to have pretty pretty like varied taste and a bunch of different genres and he sent me this track which is called. Keep on loving you. It's by yeah it's my cigarettes after sex and He sent it to me and I really really liked it and so I thought it'd be like a really good pack for the out tro. So that's what it's GonNa be keep on loving you buy cigarettes after sex. I have a wild idea. How about we do two songs loo? 'cause I have that one I was gonNA use the last time and I've been thinking about it a lot. And it's been sort of making me feel good. So nice dream by radiohead seal. Get THIRTY SECONDS OF EACH SONG. You can choose. You can vote. I don't know I'm not going to set up a vote but is that a good idea. Should we yeah? Yes arms back to back in like give them some choices. Yeah I've totally cool all right. Well Catherine I'm glad we did this. Nice little nice little short APP. Thank you for your work on this for editing at getting it up and everything I had. This is my pleasure actually gave me the most all day. So thank you for being my friend and thank you for taking my phone. Call the other day when I was freaking out. So Oh yeah man. We're all about taking phone calls from each other and like talking each other down so we gotta do and in two thousand twenty. Yeah stay connected with people if you can if you don't want to. That's understandable but we all got A. We can all help each other out so true. True True Wash your hands stay home. If you can and six feet of distance Catherine this has been great yes and and Sally I love you thank you. I love you too. Thank you so much for listening. I'm Kate I'm Sally Bye. Bye should see the song this Should own shit sincere.

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Episode 6: Sue Reynolds  The Athlete Inside

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Episode 6: Sue Reynolds The Athlete Inside

"This is in Atkinson with try to listen. Podcast for curious translates each episode features in with an athlete coach scientist whose passion lies in triathlon. My job to uncover their story. Thanks for joining me today on. Try to listen. This is Suzanne Phan. And today you'll be listening to an interview with Sue Reynolds. Sue is a wonderful woman in her sixties who is triathlete and she's on Team USA. She's traveled multiple world competitions. And she's lost over two hundred pounds since she started exercising in today's interview. She'll tell you all about her journey all about her motivations and some of the details and a couple of funny stories along the way her book is out. Now you can order. It from Amazon is called the athlete inside. I sue thanks for joining us. Hi Thank you. It's a pleasure to be here. And where are you right now? Where are you living? So I'm in Bloomington Indiana so in the Mid West Okay. And how's your weather right? Now is beautiful. You know we've had just the most gorgeous spring. I'm looking out my window at a at a weeping cherry tree that's in full blossom and behind that's blue sky has great. The weather's very similar here today in Pittsburgh which is unusual so the reason I ask about the weather is because right. Now we're dealing with the a lot of statewide mandated. Quarantines are stay at home order so I'm just curious. What are you doing right now as far as training are you able to get outside or you're doing all your training inside little both We are under a stay at home. Order in Indiana and so I'm getting out to run but I'm making sure that I'm earning on wide roads. So that people going the opposite direction are can stay ten feet away from me all of my all. My biking is on the trainer in my house and thank goodness for his with that. Makes it a lot more interesting And then the swim as on swim. Cords I actually have a small pond and I thought about swimming in there until I went to get in and there was a great big snapping turtle snapping turtles probably using his pond. Right now exactly. Yeah that would make me a little nervous. Yeah but training goes on. I mean it's just you know. I think that's one thing that we do. Well as triathletes. We learn how to accept an Justin. You just have to find a way forward. Yeah good so I'm going to tell the listeners. A little bit more about why you and I connected here you you just wrote a book and it's getting ready to be released at the end of April and this book it. Chronicles your Pretty much your entire triathlon history. And the reason that you're able to encompass your entire history so so nicely as because you're still fairly new to triathlon in spite of the fact that you've already competed at the world championships. Would you say. That's an accurate statement. Yeah so I'm sixty six years old now and I started triathlon at age. Sixty So I've been in this for about Six years and In many ways I still feel like I am a beginner but I've have been to the World Championship Four Times Alan. I think what makes my what makes my story a little bit unique. Is that I before I started this. I weigh three hundred and thirty five pounds and I've lost two hundred pounds on through this journey. So that's an entire person. My husband likes to say that he lost half of his wife. And your your husband. Sounds incredibly supportive of your whole journey he is. I'm very very blessed in that He is Plays several roles for me and including when I've had a heart training day and I don't feel like doing anything else. He's very understanding. Yeah now does your husband train as well. He does not My husband is very physically active but not in sports. We re. That's something we do not share. Yeah does he have a very physical job. That sort of get makes him exempt from having to do workouts job. We we heat our house with would loves to chop wood so yes outside chopping wood all year long. That's fantastic exercise. Yeah it is good So I've read about half of your book. I haven't finished it yet but I just want to say that it is. It's wonderful I started to. I started at last night about ten thirty PM. And I got at least halfway through and it was such a beautiful read. It's very it's pleasant. It's light light in terms of it makes me feel good to read it. Good it and it's I at their appoints where I was reading it and I literally had tears in my eyes and I was trying to not let my partner here that I was on the verge of like happy tears. It's just such a wonderful story. Thank you you're welcome so I'll let you give us a little background. What what was it that made you decide to start. Start becoming physically active. So was no more morbidly obese at three hundred and thirty five pounds and and I never it never really bothered me because of my appearance For some reason I mean I it. That just wasn't as important to me as eating so so I had lots lots of failed attempts at at dieting and I think it's just because my wasn't really. You know big enough to keep me engaged when there was a dozen cookies. And and you're you're not referring to your Ymca you mean your your reason. My reason correct my reason for for for losing weight but then I started get really frustrated with not being able to do things you know when you're when you're that much overweight your size as big as well as how much you weigh and I couldn't fit in a restaurant booth and I couldn't even get into a public restroom. I could get in the style that I couldn't shut the door behind me so I had used a handicapped restroom was bigger inside and and what bothers me. The most was that I couldn't tie my shoes or put on my own so every morning. I'd have to ask my husband. Put My socks on me in the winter just now I just hated that and there was just one morning when you know nothing specific happened. I just had had enough and at the breakfast table and I put my hands in front of me. You know palms out and I just said enough and then I remember saying I said it twice enough and then I just decided to start making different choices and I figured if I just made one good choice after another for a long period of time that I could. I could maybe change things so I had no idea. Identify losing two hundred pounds going to world's draft on. Yeah well I think that's an important Part of your story because it you didn't even consider that until after he had already been becoming more and more physically active for for at least a year or longer so in those in those early days surely that you had had some experience with losing weight. Because how was it that you knew what to do in order to maintain your weight loss at that time? Yeah well I really. I really didn't know what to do. You know we had you know everybody always here is the here. Everybody hears that. If you want to lose weight you know you you exercise and you you eat less than so. I did the eating less part in the very beginning in then. I didn't know how to exercise. I think that's one of the things I learned is. I just thought as an obese person that exercise was impossible and I you know I know now that there are many different ways I could exercise as a heavy person but then I didn't and so the only thing I could think of to do is to walk and so my my very first exercise actually when I looked back through my whole journey this is probably the most proud of is just that I walk. You know taking that first step and going out the back door and I and I and I. I'd like to tell people that are who've never been overweight. You know imagine the the a large bag of ice weighs twenty pounds so I was. I was carrying ten bags of ice on my body. I was trying to walk. I mean you know it was. It was not easy to do but we walked to I worked as far as I could. Which was my. My goal is to get to the neighbor's driveway which was about fifty years fifty yards away so I made it there and I got home and just collapsed on the couch and lay there. But I was so proud because I had never. I had an exercise in decades And I just felt else so good and then the next day we went to the second right away and then the third driveway and You know we just kept going farther and farther. That's fantastic. It's interesting because you mentioned that you felt there's a part in the book where someone I'll jump ahead a little. I don't think it's going to ruin the plot line for anyone but you were offered a glass of water during your first and it wasn't until that moment that that you realize that you deserve to be looked at like an athlete is at. Is that how you felt? Yes absolutely it was in. Ill Hits me. That's one of the lessons. I've learned to this journey as how just one little action or or a couple of words can change. Somebody's life so yeah we were. I was is my first five K. On I was still quite overweight. I I was two hundred seventy six pounds at that time and and I was walking it and and and I was like behind everybody. We got the first aid station. I and I had no clue that they were going to be little glasses of water there. But I would you right because you've never exactly so and I didn't you know I didn't know what to do and I thought those are for the runners and now it's just a walker and I didn't feel like I deserved that that water because I was just a walker and Other went by the table. A woman. volunteer came out from behind. The table ran after me with a glass. She handed it to me and at that moment I thought Oh my Gosh. This is really cool. I'm like an athlete a real rain. Yeah that's great. That was so that was a changing moment in my life. That's fantastic. I remember an experience for me. It wasn't not wasn't exactly the same but I was doing the escape from Alcatraz and that was my first like really big triathlon. That I had hired a coach for and trained for because I live in Pennsylvania and Alcatraz is obviously in California so I knew it was going to be an airplane trip. I was going to have to bring my bike and I was going to have to run a hotel and I wanted to get there several days ahead of time so I knew it was going to be a really big financial outlay and I wanted to take it seriously and so I hired a coach and we trained for it for six to eight months. I think and the whole time. I felt similar to things that you had been mentioning your book like why I don't really deserve to be here. I am I in the wrong place. I feel a beginner. What do I do with this piece of equipment and During that race remember getting to a point on the bike ride and being offered water bottles on my bike. Wow this is what they do with pro cyclists. This is really cool. Somebody's somebody's handing me some some nutrition that I need for the race and I remember having a similar feeling of what you described. And how neat? Yeah the the recognition of someone watching you do the race and not just your own internal right right right. Tell me about your the boot camp. I think the boot camp is sort of what helped you transition from this. Walk out the door to doing your first five K. Yeah so the the The boot camp was near the beginning. Also after I had been walking for a while on I actually after I started walking. I went through a time where I didn't walk. I actually stopped dieting for about a half year also and I think I thought about not putting that part in the book but I think there's an important lesson there about how when you start something and it doesn't work you then need to just find another another path to where you want to get And so my second half was this boot camp I had no idea what I was getting into a friend. asked me to go with her and She had been a couple of times before and I I was. She was supposed to meet me there and we got to the parking lot and I got a text from her saying she was coming and I. I was not an athlete growing up. I had never been in a gym. I I had no idea what the word core mant or Cardio Mad I guess I knew cardio but I sure didn't know those words together core cardio but I got in the room and I was terrified and that was another point where I thought you know I I have a choice here. I can walk away because I am so scared and I'm you know I'm I know that I'm obese. People are going to be pointing at me and saying. Oh my gosh. Look at those obese person trying to exercise or you know or against you know I can put my pride and my fear I I can say. Go Away fear go away pride and take that step forward and so I did and It was a The class was one where we had to go from station station and I couldn't I could not stand up between stations because it. I couldn't get off the floor so I literally crawled on my hands. It needs from station this. Yeah I couldn't do any of them but the instructor was really Nice When she saw that I was trying she would come over and give me an alternative exercise at each station and yeah yeah and when I got out of that when I got out of that First Class I went in the parking lot. Set My car and cried in. But it wasn't because I was you know it was hard. It was pissed again because I thought. Oh My Gosh. I just did an exercise class. I was just dumbfounded. I mean it was amazing so I'm curious during that exercise class. How were you aware of the other participants or you aware of them? Were they watching you? Did you hear them say anything did they? Were they also as supportive as the instructor or were you so focused on what you're trying to do that? You had completely tuned out the other people. I know I was very aware that people are looking at me and and you know exercising for an obese person. You know it's not a real common thing that you see so I knew the people would be looking at me again. That's where they go way. Pride came from but the people were also nice. They paired us up and there was a another woman that I got paired with. Who kind of helped me as well and Yeah it was Kinda weird crawling in my hands and newsroom. But it was creative. Yeah no it would have been really easy to just not do that and quit. Yeah Yeah and and and again I think you know through life you're always choices which is more important. And that's you know we talked about earlier about the why in the rationale. You know I had a choice to either. You know not do those exercises and just accept the fact that I was never gonna be able to put on my shoes or to go forward in trying to make a difference I apologize. I'm kind of jumping back and forth from you know chronologically but I think that's okay in a conversation. A lot of things that struck me as being Maybe not necessarily unique to you but things that were part of your background and personnel. That really helped you continue to move forward in your journey For example some of the things about how you were raised and the or the work ethic in your home and how From my my reading your parents taught you skills that you needed in order to say continue in that exercise class. I think if people had already learned some skills or already been instilled with some amount of confidence from their upbringing whether it's their parents or a mentor that the outcome could have been totally different. Absolutely absolutely I think and my my career background is an education and one of the things that I've learned as a teacher and an educator. Is that when we have high expectations of Children? They will work their tails off to meet our expectations. And I think that's when I do a lot of work in school School improvement and the first thing we do is to talk about. What are what are expectations for kids? And do we have high expectations for all kids or just further kids who come to school eager and ready to learn So yeah that that's why I wanted to put that story in the book. Because I I wanted was hoping that people would see that. When parents have high expectations of their children there equipping their children to to have high dreams and then to take steps towards those dreams. And you know my parents did that for me and then when I faltered. They you know they would be there to support me and helped me again. Figure out a plan B. Plan eight can work to keep going. Yeah but to two thoughts to mind the first one real quick. Are Your parents still living? No they're both deceased. I'm sorry to hear that Were they alive to to see you through any of this journey No they weren't I ice. I started this Trying to think I was. My mother passed away. I then my father and I started this like shortly after he passed away Do you do you think that the passing of your parents had anything to do with your Your final decision. You're why I don't think so. I think you know it's just I don't. I don't think that that did although rostrum. Yeah no but it has occurred to me many times since Especially for my my dad that I think they'd be very pleased with with you. Know not not what I accomplished but just how hard I've worked. Sure at that was. That's what would be important to them. So that leads me right into my the other thing that I thought about and I've I have a background in education but in in a different way than you do. I'm not a certified teacher teaching. That goes on When I work with patients and of course as a coach There's a lot of teaching but sort of the difference between The way that a coach teacher parents interacts with someone to support the trying. Hard versus trying to accomplish a specific goal. And I know that there's overlap But maybe could you address that a little bit if you know what? I'm trying to say like some. He has I think I I understand. And it's something I feel very strongly about So I I. The one thing that I learned triathlon is other is a big difference between Process goals and outcome goals. Yeah exactly and also by process will let me do outcomes for so by outcome goals. Those are things like you know Finishing on the podium or running at you know at this pace or whatever So those are your outcome. Goals in the thing about your outcome goals is that you don't have any control over them If I'm trying to be on the podium I can't control who else shows up. What Kinda Day. They're going to have what the weather's going to be like If I flat on the bike there's a million things I can't control but process. Goals are the things you do every day to increase the odds that you're going to reach your outcome goals so since. I started getting serious about traffic on. I only have really one goal and it's been the same goals since I started getting serious and that is to do Every workout every day. Exactly like my coaches asked me to with integrity and I figure you know if I trust in my coach and I do I trust in his plan and I do. Then it's it's my job. If he writes the perfect plan it's my job to execute that plan perfectly. And so that's what I try to do. And then and then you know we started looking at. I was getting more competitive. We started looking at all the other little things Process things like recovery in nutrition. And all of that. So those are the process goals and I. My favorite part of the reason is is standing at the start line. Because when I'm when I'm there I know I've already won because in my mind what's important is crossing the TS dotting. All the is right and I know I've done that one. I meant to start lying. That's the part of the law. The crowd yeah. And then you know. Hopefully if you've met your goals hopefully the outcome is gold. But sometimes it's not. That's you know that's the lesson I've learned to there was Actually my last world championship. I had my best race ever but some of the things that I couldn't control didn't go my way And and. I didn't have the finish that I wanted to have Whereas you know my best world's life inner six and first American and you know I had a good race but in that race all the things I couldn't control did go my way So you just you just never know so. I think what you can be proud of is the process part. And that's that's the part. I'm proud of sure For kind of a long winded answer the well. That's great you know there's there's just there's so many parallels in Triathlons so for my traffic on coaching background. The the terminology process goal outcome goal. I know that it's not specific to or owned by traffic on coaches. But I'm very familiar with that type of terminology. There's also maybe this overlaps the terms and the the phrases growth mindset and fixed mindset. I think that there's some parallelism there And then just sort of marching backwards towards upbringing in how people are raised and how they interact with their mentors or how you know people who are listening to this are probably coaches or parents are athletes themselves how we interact with the people around us and I'll just give you a specific example that That makes this a really interesting topic for me. And it's a second hand example very close friend of mine. That coaches in the Pittsburgh area has named Chris Hugh. He's a cycling coach and he does a lot of Cyclocross coaching racing and he told me a story about a teen that was at one of his clinics that he he became frustrated with her because She wouldn't try and he's skill more than once she would try it and it wouldn't go very well and then she would just stop and you know we talked about this and I brought up. You know that she may be trained by her. Her upbringing that She gets praise when she does something when well when she perfects on there when she gets an a grade and not not being praised for the The process of getting to that goal and For him that was a little bit eye opening and for some reason. I don't know why that story is the one that always comes back because I can just picture this very vividly. The you know the interaction between a coach in an athlete you know a teenager or it could be an adult or it could be me standing there with arms folded saying no. I'm not going to do that again. I didn't like that you know it didn't go how I wanted it to And I think as a coach working with all sorts of different athletes the athletes that that I see who Enjoy the sport the most and also the ones who who have the best results are the ones say. I didn't like that but I'm going to try it again. Yeah yeah I I like to I'm thinking of a workout than I did. Yesterday had a a new strength workout at I couldn't do any of it was so hard but what I find that I like to do is I like to make games out of things and so you know now. Now my game is okay. Can I do the work out better tomorrow or time you know and then in a lump data because it is part of the game because you know this time? I did this many reps and last time I won so yeah and then I like making games. That's a good strategy. Does your does your coach help to phrase things for you that way or is that something that you add on your own. My coach and I have a wonderful relationship. And as you could probably tell as much as you've read into the already. The book is really about the the relationship between me and my coach In you know how he helped me build confidence and help encourage So but yeah so some of this is know from my background but when I'm going down the wrong road and I'm having a meltdown before research. He's he's there at two. He's yeah the talk me down into you know. Teach me life lessons It has been kinda strange because when I met him I was sixty and he was twenty seven children support. So that was that was kind of strange at the beginning because he had to establish that I was going to follow his plan and yeah And and it was kind of strange to be taking directions from a twenty seven year old. Sure imagine there were some growing pains in there for both of us and I. I think that's made this enjoyable for me because I'd be able to watch him grow as a coach as well. We've been working together seven years now since fantastic yeah. It's been a long time and put it better hasn't always been smooth and you know the you mentioned the outcome goals in the process goals When when I qualified no one is trying to qualify for my My first world's I had been twenty ninth at nationals. Your before and to make worlds had to be in the top eighteen and in the sprint distance yet and So in the middle of the training prep year Use that change the rules that they weren't going to qualify eighteen nationals anymore. They were just going to qualify eight And in my mind going from one thousand nine hundred eighteenth was maybe actually I was trying to become an alternate at that time. Trying to get from twenty nine to twenty five and then my coach Brand Baylor. Brandt said He said forget being an alternate. Let's just make the team? Yeah it talk about high high dreams on right so so I was trying to be eighteenth. Then I'm hoping to be eighteenth and then you said change the rules you know it was going to be only eight qualified and so in my mind. I'm thinking there's no way I could get to from trained ninety eight but Coach Brandt said he's let's be eight. It's so but then you know then we had to that put a lot of pressure on so he and I had to have a lot of conversations about eight. Wasn't outcome goal right. That's what we hoped for but if that was what I focused on it was just going to be so much pressure so you know we. We talked about process goals and taking whatever outcome we'd get and we hope to be eighth him but I was eleven so But still going from twenty ninth eleventh. I mean I was really pleased with that jump even though it wasn't as high as we hoped. Yeah that's I haven't gotten to that part of the book yet. That's where I sounds like. That's where I stopped last night. Yeah well I can just look up the results and find find it but it's the story that's really interesting and I do think that you and brand sound like a wonderful relationship and He does sound like the perfect coach. You know you mentioned in terms of just Being able to communicate expectations and he he is really really great. And you know I think any relationship including the coach athlete relationship goes through stages In the beginning everybody's like happy not with each other. It's new and then in that just like any relationship you go to get to a point starting to question the each other and you go through the fighting staging. Yeah you know. We went through that and our coach. Athlete relationship then But I have to hand it to coach brand. Because he you know he he said to me so this is this is my instruction to you whenever you are upset you must come to me immediately. Tell me and since I since it was my job to do whatever he said perfectly. I had to do that so we've done that. You know for the last now almost all of our relationship via anytime either. One of us is upset about something we'll put on the table and talk it out. That's great I I like the part where this was before the open race in Chicago there was an it race that came through Chicago. Uh-huh I I can't remember. They did it two years in a row. Is that true or Mike Nixon. That up with the ship's no there were there were there were two years of that open rates yes right and so you had mentioned several times that you were you were had some interactions with officials and things got moved and your number is wrong and you're starting to have a meltdown and you texted him and he didn't respond. You're waiting for him to get in touch with you. And when I read that part I was thinking to myself. Oh man I wonder how many times that's happened to an athlete of mine. If they've texted me during this really really critical moment and I wasn't available so I was really happy when he when he called you or email you and said oh I I didn't. I missed your email last night. It didn't come through. But how are things going he did come through for you? Did you know that that was interesting? Because that was at a time in my career I was still not feeling like I was deserving and And so he coached band had athletes that were at an iron man that day. And I just figured that since I was a little sprint athlete and just the beginning of my career that I wasn't important but little little. Did I know that? All of his athletes important. Yeah and then I also thought it was funny about the four exclamation points. So I'm assuming you do this as a coach to. I'm I think that well I know for grant he. He watches his athletes and he treats different athletes. He gives them what they need to be their best. And so for some athletes. He'd he'll get in front of you know be very very firm with them and But with me he knows I'm such that. If you were to raise his voice earth it would They would not work. I would just fall apart. So so I've learned. Yes if he if he's writing to me training peaks and he says sue with four explanation. Points. Whatever comes next I better listen to right. Yeah there's there's some athletes who always want to do more and when you combine that with their you know their physical ability. How well can they recover? Maybe more is okay. But a Lotta Times more is not okay because the coach is already factored all that in the in the in the coaches trying to think about. What's coming next right? Doesn't want you to be too tired to do the next day's work out exactly When I went to one of my coaching certification classes I remember I believe it was Melissa. Montauk speaking she was a coach for one of the Male Olympians in two thousand twelve. I think and she put up some screen shots of her workout and then screen shots of the The athletes not the athletes training but their Their power files or something like that and I remember looking at them and realizing that there was a big discrepancy between what she wrote and what he had done and so. I asked her about that. I said you know I noticed that you only had two laps of this course. And he did three and she laughed. She's like I always give him one last one what I really want him to do because she knows him well enough. He's always going to want to do more. And so she will. Deliberately sort of underwrite his program. So that when he does a little extras. It's right where she wants it. Yeah well you know but in everything else in my life in my school in my career doing a little extra was appreciated and I had to relearn that for for this and there were times. That was my problem in the beginning to. I would do a little bit extra. And there've been a couple of times back one of my favorite times with coach. Franco was we. I I didn't extra lap than I was supposed to do. And he was. There was the Workout and so he was like right in my face scolding me it it just anytime I would think about. I A grandma. Here's his seven year old and I couldn't help but my started laughing at that. I noticed that he was starting to laugh but he turned away so right. Oh my it was funny. Yeah it sounds like you guys have really grown a lot together as a as a team. We are a team of two good one of the things that I like to do when I interview very interesting. Athlete is interview interview their coach as well. Would you be okay if I contacted him and did an interview? And I think he'd be a wonderful interviewee. He's he's he's he may be young but he's extremely wise. It's well it really sounds like it to be twenty seven years old and to be able to manage sue reynolds. These sounds like us in implementing a lot of great coaching tools and techniques. He absolutely is absolutely. Yeah so tell us a little bit more about what happens after the middle of the book. Because that's that's as far as I've gotten so I can't sort of lead give you leading questions anymore but What are some of the highlights? After that I believe that third years when you went from Twenty Six through twenty ninth to eleventh. Yeah what are some of the lessons? Learned that during that time when I when I came in twenty ninth I still wasn't like taking triathlons seriously. I would I would skip workouts if life got in the way and but at twenty nine th was the middle of the pack and I thought Oh my gosh I can be middle of the pack without really committing what what would happen if I really committed and and then I thought well if I could get the twenty fifth. I would be an alternate from for team. Usa and that was all the high just wanted to be an alternate so I came back and talked to coach brand. I didn't tell him what my dream was to be an alternate for Team USA. I just told him I said you know. I know I'm just beginner. I mean I only had what I had three seasons behind me. Then I know I'm virtually a beginner but why good night train like an elite athletes. And and he you know if. I'm willing to put in that commitment. Would you agree to to coach me like I'm in lead Even though you know I'm just a beginner and I thought he might laugh a role as is but he said sure known to his credit and and so he we just both win all in and it was. You know no excuses. Whatever takes find away No stone unturned We just we just worked our tails off and instead of triathlon working around life Life began to work around triathlon. That without was the number one focus and so we just worked really really hard and We were hoping to be eight. Soy qualify at that nationals. I ended up Eleventh. But then the other thing that you sat did was they had a second qualifying race which was a draft legal by sprint because World said changed be a draft legal race and and We really that was a big debate again because we thought you know nobody I. We all thought maybe draft legal bike would be dangerous. And you know at at my age. I'm thinking Oh my gosh. I can bike crash. I'll break with my hips. Who was just I was scared? Yeah so But then I figured you know why not go for this was my passion and I thought if I get into a pack. I feel dangerous. Just I'll just pull back and yet ryan the pack. You know so. So we went for it and We did qualify for world so I went so really in the three year period. I went from coming in dead last in my little local triathlon world championship. That's amazing how we get. We get the world's and tar. You talked earlier about filling in over your head I'm virtually a beginner on the world. It's looking all these athletes and their countries. You don't farms that. I'm just so freaked out and Coach Bryant went warrant with me and so he kept calm and but I loved loved worlds on. There's just nothing like wearing your country's uniform and You know seeing the best triathletes from all the countries all over the world. Yeah I it was just. It was just wonderful on in that draft. Legal Bike I ended up. I did end up in a pack. Oh as a small pack. There were six of US and And you know I'm I'm looking at these women and they have different countries uniforms on and we're all working together and you know it was a really good pack and And I just I remember thinking I remember getting teary eyed in the middle of the the bike and just thinking man. I wish our governments could work together like on the bike. Yeah so yeah it was just it was just wonderful. I absolutely loved it so yeah and then long story short after I made that world's I've I've been qualifying for world's Ever since I've been the four now My best my best finish was in Rotterdam on. I was sixth. I'm I tend to my my. My best event is the bike and Rotterdam had a really technical by Courson that worked to my advantage. And so Yeah it was. It was a crazy by Carson. That's an example of one of those things that you can't you can't control the bike course or what's on it but you can control your how you train for that. Yeah so I think I was. I came in I in the bike And did decent swim run as my struggle. I just hope I can get far enough ahead of people. They don't catch me on the so but yeah so that went well and And then this past season I decided to try half ironman. Seventy point three I love sprint racing You know a lot of times. I think sprint racing has three different purposes. One it's an entry level Raise to it's a steppingstone to long raises but then three. It's a competitive race. I mean just like there's different distances track and field. There's different distances and triathlon yep and to race the sprint distance. That's a whole different skill. Set Really learning to be at Red Line and a couple of races. I'm over red line to cross the finish line and Yeah so one race Iran off course and didn't realize I was off course until I ended up in a playground somewhere. I wasn't thinking going to hard. Yeah yeah too hard too early in. And that's I mean we know. I know exactly how far from the finish line. I need to post in house in Long. I can be over over red line before I'm in trouble so yeah so I just love sprint racing but you know I always just wanted to try a longer races. How did it go so it went? Well I I loved it IT. I was I out of the water I was still I my age group off the bike and I ended up second the woman who beat me passing me the last half mile so could I ended up on the podium and finished so I was. I was thrilled slow. I I'm going to so we. We did something different this past season to make sure that I wasn't like burning out. So yeah we we. My a race is the world championship in August. But then this year we did a postseason season just for fun. Yeah and and the man was just for fundraise And so yeah. I think I'll do another one just I've already signed up for but just for fun. I was going to be just a just a Finnish and I do well fine if I don't do well fine. Yeah Yeah I think a lot of people who are New Newer to the sport or don't know a lot about traffic on think that the ironman distance is with a triathlon And so when you started. You made a comment on your book that you didn't even know anyone who did triathlons. How how was it that you have that little spark of adding the swimming and the biking and running together? Yes so I like maybe twenty years ago. Someone told me that their husband had done triathlon. Right in Kona in in that kind of sounded interesting to me but when I started thinking about traffic on I had no intention of doing one I would just as fun little daydream than I played in my head when I was or whatever you know it just made me feel like a real cool to think. Oh I'm training for trial. Yeah but but I never thought I'd do then. All of a sudden occurred to me. Wait a minute I can. Now run the distance triathlon. I might as well try one. Yeah Yeah I remember. I had similar thoughts I was in residency when I did. My first triathlon and I had been an athlete in in high school and in College. So doing sports was not new to me. But I'd never done any Any individual races. It was always team sports. And I remember that feeling of I did the swim and I pretty decent in the swim because I had a swimming background but when it came to the bike my first traffic on was in the Pocono mountains so up down down down and I was on a mountain bike. That was fifteen to twenty years old and it was brand new when I bought it. But it hadn't had much June up. The wheels would spin about three revolutions before the hubs would grind to stop and I started getting passed by pass by people on the bike fairly early. And at first I was It annoyed me. Some fast guy would fly by me on this fancy bike and this fancy home and I would get this surge of competitive adrenaline and start. Pedalling harder in the night just wasn't going anywhere because I was on this this crappy old bike and I hadn't been training really just trained to complete the distance but then when the people pass started getting older I realized that it was the second wave passing me. I was because of my age when I did that. I when I was in the I swim. Wave and then it then. It hit me flipped the script around like well. That's somebody that I be on the swim or are this guy this guy's past me but I'm saying on a second. I'll edit this out so I need to hide my tracks there. We go sorry about that. No come you still there. I'm here can you hear me? Can you hear me sue? I can hear you. Can you hear me? Hello I can hear you now. Can you hear me? Yes okay. I couldn't hear you. I muted the wrong track. Oh okay I'm going to delete that. Yeah sorry I use a template and the place holders and I thought I had all my other tracks muted so we should be good now. Okay Yeah I'll just edit that out anyway anyway. I finished that bike and I got to run transition. I started the run. I took my first step on the run course and I remember thinking. I'M GOING TO FINISH TRIATHLON. Because at that point it didn't matter if I ran or walked. I knew that I would finish that three miles three point one miles across the finish line and I would be a triathlete. Isn't that a wonderful feeling? Fantastic feeling at everyone after that. It's just You know kind of more of the same you you At least I start thinking to myself as more of I've always been athletic but now I'm a triathlete now. I must ring traffic now. I've done enough athlon. Yeah what a great spot it is my my i. I like to tell people that you know. It's it's not like Iran. There is a sprint distance. And you can dog paddle the swim. You can stroll the walk if you want to just about keeping going and my my first transition. I I really did I. I had no clue what I was doing. And my first transition I. I sat down ate a sandwich and I brushed on here. It's great it's twenty minutes and transition that's great. It's really cute and I just. I love the tone of the book. It's such a fun story to read. Let's talk a little bit about about the book itself. So congratulations on on completing the book. That's a real accomplishment. Maybe even harder than doing a triathlon. It was it was a journey. Is this the first book that you've written? It's the first book I so many people told me that I should write a book. And I you know I thought who's GonNa want them read about me? That's ridiculous but then I was at nationals a few years back in a local. Tv Station did a little segment about my my weight. Loss in that got picked up into in someone made it into a video that they put on Youtube and ended up having three hundred thousand views. My goodness it just went viral and And then I realized that I had an opportunity here that if there were things that maybe could help others I had a real opportunity for sharing them. Yeah so I look for in an agent and the the first one I talked to I I wanted to know. She thought it'd be worth my time to write the book I said I I think it would be worth your time. Yes and she's I'd like to offer you a contract right now. Wow so I had no book that I had an Asia. How did you find the agent? Well I had no clue what I was doing. Yeah I went to a writer's conference where I knew that the participants were going each kind. You have five minutes to talk to an agent and so I signed just signed up for my time. Slot an answer. The question that came out with an agent you go to the conference with the intention of writing this book. I I had the intention of not trying to find out if it would be worth my time. You know so. Yeah it with my time. What a wonderful story Without books like yours without people like you telling your story you know. We don't know how other people get from point eight to point B and there's so much inspiration and other people stories even if it's not the same path that that I followed her someone else falls so I just want to thank you for being so persistent not only in your weight loss and your triathlon but also and sitting down and just getting this book out there thank you thank you i. I had no clue. I just like triathlon. I had no clue I be able to write a book. Hopefully it's out there and I appreciate your kind words because you know when you're writing you're hoping I hope you'll like it so thank you. You're welcome so People can find you on on the Internet. Zinsou Reynolds Dot net. It's S. U. E. R. E. Y. N. O. L. D. S. DOT net. Right that that's correct and there's if they go there then there's links to to To to where you can purchase the book and then the other thing is i. I wanted to use the book not only to share messages but all of the proceeds from the book are being donated to USA Triathlon Foundation So when people purchase the book they're helping to support other others Pursuits of triathlon as well. That's fantastic And you do Speaking motivational speaking or educational speaking I. I do know it's motivational. Speaking and that was the other thing that I just kind of phone my lap A in agent called and asked if he could represent me that I had a good story. And so I've been going across the country and doing motivational talks there for general audiences although I talked to traffic and cyclists stuff too but it's just about the message that we can't transform our life at any age. It's also one of the messages in the book is about the power of kindness and so we talk about kindness and Just what it takes to change. You know we talk about vision and knowledge of the first few steps and believe absolved than being able to overcome resistance. And that's wonderful so and so that's been that's been fun and I've had some standing ovations which is yeah. It's been cool. Yeah what A. What a great story I think what the the biggest impact for me? Is that your book and your story is not just about weight loss. That's that's sort of the the hook that gets people in like you lost. How many pounds? But there are so many additional messages in your book and the subtitle Transforming Power of hope tenacity and faith. That's really what your story is about. It's not just about weight loss. That's correct and in a weight loss which is just to stop and it's really about what was going on in the inside And then the the relationship with my coach and How that you know how that enabled me to move forward. Yeah great so what's next for you Well the book comes out the twenty eighth. I'm excited about that and then I'm preparing for racist suffer Hopefully with the Covered nineteen situation. We're hoping they don't get cancelled. Yeah one of the things. I've learned 'cause I think it's really hard to get motivated For races when you're not sure that they're going to happen But I've learned that discipline as a whole lot more important than motivation. So I just keep showing up for training every day and Hopefully there will be racist but if not you know nothing lost. I'll just be on my step to to next season Right now I'm I'm scheduled to go to Erases are nationals again in the world's doesn't Edmonton on both of those are in August. And then I'll do another seventy point three and then. The uncle bike National Championship in November. Oh great that. Sounds like a really nice Journey for this year you can go. The faster shorter more intense races. And then sort of you're not you're off season but a transition into a different type of training and racing there. You Go Last question I'm just curious. What are some of your current mantras that you're using you mentioned in several mantras in your book Both during your boot camp and then at other points what are some mantras us right now. Well really none. That are different. My favorite one is No excuses whatever it takes. Find Away and You know that applies the training It applies nutrition now on that I'm at ideal race. Wait I gotTA maintain that So. Nutritious really important This year. I'm really really working on recovery. And so no excuses. Whatever it takes find a way that is about getting in bed at nine o'clock at night now that's hard to yes. It is so yeah just just no excuses and not leaving overturning every stone. Yeah great well thank you very much. It was wonderful getting to know you a little bit better and I hope to get you back on for a follow up interview soon as well as getting your coach on. That sounds great. So thank you so much and As you know I've been a follower of your podcast. I listen to podcasts when I when I run and I I just get lots of good things from what I hear you do. And I'm especially interested in your try over fifty series. I think that's going to be really exciting. Thank you. I'm I just started that and I don't know why I didn't think of it before but I turned fifty last year and it was not nearly as traumatic as I thought it was. It was actually kind of a relief to get that over with and being fifty felt a little bit better for me than being forty nine because I had Sort of falsely filled my head with all kinds of thoughts that turning fifty would be awful but but it's not and I'm sure that life continues to become more and more at lightning as we continue to get older and have more experiences and figure out how to incorporate all of our obstacles and struggles into continuing to move forward so I won't say I'm looking forward to sixty but it'll get here and and I hope it'll be better than fifty. The trick is I can say this is a sixty six year old. A trick is that in your heart. You never get older than twenty nine. Yeah I definitely don't feel like I thought fifty would feel good great. Well thanks so much I appreciate it and Hopefully we'll catch up with you soon. EVERYBODY GO CHECK OUT. Sousa Book and get your own copy. Sounds good thank you so much. You're welcome bye white people. 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Do What Feels Good

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Do What Feels Good

"This episode is brought to you by MO fad the museum of food and drink inspiring public reality about food. Learn more at mo- fad dot org. This week on meeting three we bring you stories about the coldest darkest season. We start in a California vineyard, it's cold, but it's wet and things are still alive. There's a lot of life in this soil. We explore to frontiers of cocktail culture luxury ice and the rise of non alcoholic drinks. The rocks to digitally becomes twenty five percent of insurance volume, and as such it imparts, smells tastes, and we investigate the risks facing New York City delivery workers during the harsh winter in the wintertime off to lawler's. I it's quite easy actually for the bikes to sting upside down or flips or slide. Tune into this week's episode of meat and three that's MEAT plus sign T H R E E for some food for thought to sustain you through the dead of winter. Subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts. Hi bomb squad. Your listening to radio cherry bomb. 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Book signings with your favorite authors and talks from the most interesting chefs writers and entrepreneurs tickets are on sale now at cherry bomb dot com. Let's talk about today's interview. If you listen to our superwoman SuperFood miniseries last year. You might remember today's guest Hannah Bronfman Hannah's, a real doer. She's the founder of the wellness website HP fit. She's an entrepreneur DJ Brandon Basseterre, and now she's an author her very first book is called do what feels good recipes remedies end routines to treat your body. Right. It's a hybrid cookbook self-help book and wellness manual that encapsulates her beliefs about body, positively focus and true beauty when I was a teenager. I loved beauty books and makeover books, but back then there was only one definition of beauty and one ideal body weight. I wish there had been books like Hannah's that were more forgiving and more based in reality. But at least Hannah's around today to inspire and motivate everyone. 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A five thousand square foot experimental space in Williamsburg Brooklyn where Chow making the Chinese American restaurant is currently on show until the end of March twenty nineteen this exhibition celebrates the birth and evolution of Chinese American restaurants, tracing their nearly one hundred seventy year history, and sparking conversations about food culture immigration, and what it means to be American. It highlights the evolution time line of Chinese American restaurant menus dating back to nineteen ten and also highlights a tasting section where participants get to enjoy tastings created by the country's most talented chefs who specialize in Chinese American cuisine. Make sure you check out Chow while you still can the exhibition closes at the end of March twenty nineteen checkout mopeds tastings and extensive event calendar at Mojo dot org slash events. Hey, there seems like you like podcasts. My name is Eli Sussman. I'm a chef and restaurant owner, and I've got a great podcast right here on heritage radio network called the line on my show. I interview chefs and restaurant tours about the trajectory of their career. It's a one on one conversation where we talk about where it all started to where they are cooking now and everything in between. You can find the line everywhere. You get your podcast and on heritage radio network dot org. I am obsessed with your book stop. I know you've been talking about the book for a while. And I am I I don't know you. Well, I mean, I know we know each other professionally, but I'm really proud of you. Thank you. I think you put out a killer book. I really appreciate. And it's called do. It feels good recipes remedies and routines to treat your body. Right. D- feel like he know me a little bit better. Now a little bit. But nothing in their surpri like knowing what I know about you to date nothing in surprised me, cool, but I did feel it was filled with super useful information coming from you. That means everything. Yes. That was. But my goal was. So why with all the things you're doing? And you are the most multi hyphen needed person. Is that is that the right term the most multi hyphen naked person? I know. Okay. Why did you want to add author to that list? Honestly, I just felt like I share so much my life on. On social media, and I have HP fit as a platform. But I never really talk about. Why wellness is so important to me and kind of the backstory there, and I kind of wanted to give people a little bit more context. Kind of in a in a way that allows me to kind of control the narrative, a lot of things sometimes when you're talking on Instagram or actually prompted from something maybe like, you know, from a different place, and you it just everything's out of context. So I really wanted to kind of write something down for everyone. And just really like the amount of knowledge I've gained over the last decade of talking to incredible wellness experts and different doctors, nutritionists and homeopath acupuncturist like I just have a lot of knowledge, and I've tried so many things that I kind of just wanted to put it all in one place at felt like a index of sorts that wasn't telling you how you. You should live. But things that can help you live more fulfilled. I mean, if you are in need of a mantra for twenty nineteen you all should adopt Tana's title. I love that has such a good thing to have in your head. Because I I know a lot of times like you go through life in your like. You just want some guidance or some help. And sometimes those Mancha's really helped like one of the ones I have here that the team hears me say at the office all the time is if you have to ask the question, you know, the answer I like that one too, and you will find that that is true like ninety five percent of the time. I've been so I live by that Mon mantra, basically what I've never realized it because I my whole thing is I'm trying to slow down because if I slow down, I don't actually ask the question out loud because I know the answer to it. And maybe that's not the exact right definition of a mantra. But what I in. Yeah. I agree. It's just something that you have in your head. And I think he your is something like that too. Because if you're faced with a choice, and it's like, do it feels good. And you know, it's funny like I've tried so many ways of eating ways of working out like certain approaches that I'm supposed to try for this at me thing. And I've tried things that have definitely. Given me results that didn't feel good at all. You know, like, for instance, eating Kito for me. I definitely saw results. But it did not feel good eating bacon and eggs. And you know, literally mayo on a small slice of Turkey. Like it. Just that's not what feeling good meant for me. And so that's what I mean. Like results and feeling good aren't necessarily one in the same. And also people need to remember that the book is called do whatever the hell you want. Right. Exactly. Because sometimes doing what feels good is also doing what what is like you said doing what is right for you. But doing what's healthy rhino and and feeling good. You've got to figure out. What does make you feel good totally need even like as simple as something like eating a slice of pizza for someone that could feel really good. And for another person that could feel really bad. You know what I mean? It's all about. The our relationship with food or relationship with ourselves Hauer feeling and like really getting into tune with that. Right. So it it's way. It's a it's a prompt of a question that hopefully is making you go deeper, and what I always say like if you were like, oh, what do you want, you know, people to Kate take away from the book? And I'm like, I just I really just want people to have a better understanding of themselves. Like for me this book asks you like some pretty real questions that I feel like we can mask and lie about to ourselves all the time. And this is really asking you to go deeper and really be truth for what yourself because you know, in order to have personal growth, we need to shed layer is and let go of things, and it's really hard to let go of things, especially if you're not in therapy. And you don't have an outlet. And you know, people aren't asking you feel or maybe they are in your line to them. Them, you know. So it's like it's really only up to us. And so that's what I'm hoping this book is helping people do, and you sort of got to that point. If I'm remembering this correctly from the book when you were DJ -ing because you were saying yes too often, you weren't taking care of yourself. You're leading a lifestyle that wasn't the healthiest. Can you? Tell us a little bit, right? Yeah. Sure. I mean, it was definitely fun. I was DJ -ing a ton going out with my girlfriends drinking eating late night food not carrying thinking, I was like invincible, and then, you know, waking up at six pm sleeping all day. Like just. She just got scared. Oh my God. Waking up at six pm. What you go to bed. I mean seven in the morning, right. So yeah. Theoretically like good eleven our sleep right there. But no that life site style is super, you know, it's just I so burnt out, and it's not sustainable, and my skin was a mass, and my gut was a mess, and I just felt like I was going to like fade into nothing like it was like I couldn't it's like oh my God. And then I was starting to dread having to DJ that late and then having to do the repeat the whole cycle, and you just kinda give in because what are you supposed to do when you're DJ until four in the morning. And you know, you're you're not doing that sober at least at least I wasn't. So I kind of woke up one day and really said to myself like this this needs to there needs to be a significant change here. I want to get back to feeling really good and doing. Things that I like to do for myself. I'm an act of person. I wanna have my morning. I wanna have my routines. And I won't read your morning person. I am a morning person. Not so easy when you're a DJ now the opposite of that. But I literally wake up in the morning like to shoot out of bed, and I'm like ready to go. Like, I don't really I'm not one of those people who are like don't talk to me before ten AM, my girlfriend. Renee does one of those morning dance things. Oh, you know about these like more AM as one. Yeah. These like morning sober raves. Yeah. That was like it was a big thing for a while. I'm sure they're still happening personally. I like I said, I'm a morning person. But I don't think I'm a morning rave person. And honestly, Jane one of those events was very bizarre for me, very, very bizarre. And it was like a very early call time. And I was like, okay. So your morning person. But not that much of our exactly sheer friend sounds like in the alternate morning person. She is. I have so many follow up questions for you based on the book that I had to keep a little list for myself granny an you dedicate the book to granny an which grandmother's granny an my father's mother. Okay. Okay. Tell she sounded a little scary. Tell us about granny. And not as scary as my mom's mom who we don't. We actually don't have a relationship because my mom, my mom, actually left home when she was eighteen never really looked back. She married. My father, which was not the choice of the family for either family. Really and granny Granahan who again was not in favor of them getting married. Everything was turned around when they had their first child, my older sister Vanessa, and they were so welcoming and lovely and end. So then when I was born I got to know my granny, and she was she was scary. She was a petite German Jew who grew up very wealthy in New York. And kind of had this air of snootiness and kind of like, but also choose an alcoholic and she had been on medications, and she was quite young because her brother she's a twin? And her brother was born with a slight amount of cerebral palsy, and her parents blamed her in the you know, the the she'd done something in the womb to him. And so he had to be on a lot of medication when he was little so they put her on medications when she was terrible story to honestly, terrible. And I think about this lot actually about how horrible the generations were before us in terms of the non-communication alcoholism, drug abuse. And those kind of things we don't necessarily talk about. But we do talk about it now because my generation is the over communicative, you know, end like we have a lot of issues talking to our parents because our parents were taught to keep everything in. Journal because they are the ones dealing with the parents who were alcoholics who would literally beat you. If you said spoke out of turn, right? So it as a very young girl. She was, you know, very proper and pram and like my dad always tells told me the story that one night, and he kind of thought it was funny, which is also like just, you know, a little crazy as well. But like, you know, she was out to dinner one night and the one of the guys with the Brad came around. And she snapped at him and said never serve bread to elope. It's like first of all how the how is he supposed to know who the heck you were and that you wouldn't want. Brett like, you know what I mean? It's just like this air of snootiness. So she was really scary. And not like the warmest of grandma's. You know, she was like no known. You know what I mean? Yeah. So I was always I I was always expected to be kind of proper around her and you looked completely different from her. Yes. I have been. Yeah. I looked very different from her it, you know, it wasn't that. Challenging because that's the way for you to not look anything like her. Did. She treat you differently. No. She didn't didn't. And I felt honestly I never really felt we are at about not looking like the rest of my family because I knew my parents, right? Like, I knew my mom, and I knew my dad, and I looked like a mix between the two of them. And I found that totally normal, and it actually wasn't until my younger brother was born from my father, my step mom when he asked me why I was Brown. And he was in that. I started to really realize like, okay, they're like, this is something totally normal that kids deal with. I never really so shot wasn't because of that. She was just chili. She was just chilly. She's a chilly woman. So, but I, you know, my mom always had me in these like insane cute outfits. So she always thought I looked so cute. And so she always wanted to be like a little bit more bubbly around me. She just didn't know how she didn't have that in her demeanor. She'd never had that growing. She'd never met a child who made her feel this way. Right. So I kind of always knew that we had a special relationship in that. She saw something in me that she almost envied she deprived herself of so much. She treated herself with such negativity and the people around her did as well. And I think she saw like a very innocent bubbly young girl with so much opportunity and wonder that she was almost like, wow. Like who who would have thought that this was even possible? And so we actually became really really close even though I was terrified of her. And she was really cool. I mean, she ended up being in love with her best friend, and they of spent the rest of their lives together. Her best friend janey. They ended up sailing around the world together. She like got into a boating accident like chop two of her fingers off. Off and ran, you know, and she owned Ed, and she would like, you know, she made. No, no apologies. Like don't think. Don't look at her differently. Like, you know, she was really powerful. And she knew what she wanted was very demanding. And so it was really interesting to see how I could slip into her cracks. You know what I mean? I just remember telling her that I wanted to be a ballerina. And I remember when I told her that I wanted to be a ballerina. She also was like, okay. Well, if you don't wanna be ballerina, that's okay too. And that was kind of the first time I ever. Kind of heard her tell me that I could do whatever I wanna do in. Not so many words, she was a woman of few words, but we just kind of have this connection. And then so yeah. Until then she just kind of in my late teens, she got really sick. And she struggled again so struggling with alcoholism and pain meds. And so that was really hard to watch was kind of just her deterioration. And then when she passed away, I really like realize that I kind of wanted to live the happiest and healthiest version of myself that I knew how to do because I knew she was she had never been able to do that for herself. And I kind of saw what she saw me. It's funny like even now, and I if I go to a psychic or a medium or things like that, which I love doing like, my grandmother is always the first person in the room. Always no matter what. And even that I'm talking about her right now. Like, I know she's like she as soon as I say her name. She's always around me. Like, we just had like this connection, which I can't really describe. But I you know, it was it was she was really impactful to me. Why do you love going to psychics and mediums? I don't really know. Because I I like, well, I have this idea of where I think I'm headed. And so they kind of just tell me if I'm. If what they see for me is kind of what I see for me. And I kinda like that. You know what I mean? Sure. Sure. Yeah. All right. The tattoo story. I can't is this thing really on your head. It's here. It's really there. It's not going anywhere. Oh my God. Tell everybody the story. So when I was in college, it was twenty years old and. I had gone with my friend for her to get a tattoo in Woodstock. So I went to school in Hudson valley, and we went to Woodstock and my girlfriend got this beautiful tattoo on her arm. And it was just her and I we were chatting with the tattoo artist. And I had never wanted to tattoo. Like, I really was like, you know, I grew up Jewish, and, you know, I knew the consequences. And I also didn't wanna be I until people consequences for those who don't know what that means. Oh, well, well depends on your family. Mine was like literally like top two in your communicated, but like in all seriousness, like, you know, you can't bear in Jewish cemetery. Even though my grandmother was cremated, you know, whatever. So so I went with my girlfriend and I was chatting with a tattoo artist. And she was saying I said like, oh, I never wanna be. I don't like when you have when someone's getting married, and you can see all their tattoos. And what happens when you're old and you have tattoos like what does that look like my girlfriend's covered in tattoos? And are saying how terrified I was. And that like what's going to happen? When her arms are sagging when she's like eighty years old, and she's got these taps, and whatever and we were having a laugh and Hannah I'm doing what makes me feel exactly I was us like maybe with a little bit more of a crass tone. And then the tattoo artists was like, well, you know, I have to say you'd look pretty cool with a head tat. I was like, oh my God ahead tat as like what does that even mean? And she's like well my husband wanted one. But to be honest, he couldn't handle the pain. And I was like, whoa. What do you mean? Like, what a for whatever reason that kind of sounded like a interesting challenge for me as like, oh, your husband couldn't deal with that. Maybe I could. And I was like, well, if you got it on your head like will my hair grow back, and she would kind of looked at me like, duh. And I was like, okay, good question. Sure. It was like pine. She said, why don't you just look through the books and pick something out? And if you're really. Feeling it. We can talk and I'm like, okay. Pick out this, you know, tattoo, basically of a Chinese dragon head with the body of evolving, and I put them together to kind of make the shape of a seahorse that would fit the right side of my head right in between my hairline. So no one could see it. And she said why don't we make an appointment for next Sunday. And if you come I'll do it for free, and if you don't no hard feelings, and I was like, okay. Cool. Didn't even think about it during the week at all and my girlfriend Taylor Trabi Lous. What a name. Okay, taylor. Yes. She plotted with my friends and that next Sunday morning. I woke up to six of my girlfriends in my apartment, literally taking a razor to my head and Taylor. Actually BIC the side of my head. And when I saw how white my scalp was. I was like fuck I guess, I'm gonna go get a tattoo, and I was like you might as well like look at my bald ashead, by the way, the haircut was not cute as like what the hell now, my headed shave like I got kind of have to do this. So you. And I was all of course, this guy at the time who's actually the son of Michael McCarty of Michael's restaurant. So foodie fam-. And I remember Chad was like he's like you're not gonna go through with this. He's like, I know you like dinovite, and we'd just are dating. And I was like, you don't know me and the kid I remember being like, let's go girls, and we usually. Did you think it was funny that your girlfriends did this because I might have killed my girl? I honestly I was so mad. But there was nothing. I was going to be able to do about it. So I kind of just had like the situation, which you know, me always turning something into a positive. So I we literally went and it took eight hours. I did I had a half hour break between the outline and the filling in and I mean, yeah. Are there photos of kind of the progress social media, right? Yeah. Really? Oh, my God priests sweetie story since you were like crying, you literally? I was in pain. I was definitely like whimpering the whole time. I don't even think I had like an I pod or whatever to like listen to music on. And I couldn't I didn't. I don't think I even had like wireless, and I definitely didn't have wireless headphones. But I don't even know if I had like your buds because I couldn't wear sound way over my head. Either. Right. So that was really difficult my girlfriend's stayed with me the entire time like not one person laughed or anything that we all got dinner afterwards. And they were all like, oh my God. I did you. You're walking around half your head Chenglin hide. Okay. So yeah. So then that night late night Chas came to my apartment and he walked in. And he was like see I knew you didn't. And as he said it I turn my head. And he literally just froze. I mean, it was it was a shocking. It was also very fresh. I mean, it was a little scabbed. I'm sure to not attractive. Did it it looked at least show Frick and coal? Oh my God. Could he book, we know? I couldn't and people. It was crazy now I feel like I kind of know what people feel like when like people thought I was super extreme running like people looked at me. And either thought that I was straight edge, right? Or that? I was like going to hurt someone like it was really intense like the amount of like looks and like I'd never cared. What people thought about me? And actually this was a really good test for me because I knew the things like. Got people were saying and thinking were so far from and to be honest. I still don't really understand. Why I did what I did. But I definitely was going through some sort of identity. Like, I don't even know dislike going for it and talk about the power of appearance, though. Yeah. Seriously. I I mean, I really I can imagine like the extreme reactions people to what you did. It was really. And I kept my head shaved for about two and a half years. Wow. You did. Yeah. And I saw at the time half your head or your whole head off my hat. Yeah. Family's reaction. So you showed your mom. I showed my mom. My mom had the best reaction ever. Which was like way to choose a place on your body that won't sag. I let's literally her first reaction. And I was like oh my God. I didn't even think about that. But yes, like, of course, he thought about that. My dad was more like like, he's the word mutilation. He was very upset. But I basically had had my hair. I grew my hair like an end it only took like three weeks to grow like an inch. And I had my hair like grown out a little bit. So when I told him yet, he couldn't really actually see it. So he was more slow confused by the whole thing, which I think was better. But then he actually did see it a couple months later when we were at a family reunion. He was like maybe for a drink before we go to dinner, and I had been wearing all these berets and wearing my hair to the different side, and bows, and like, I wouldn't set my little sisters and brothers. And my little cousins didn't say. Clinton. Wanna I wasn't trying to like be like I did this. I knew what I did was like a little extreme. I wasn't trying to flaunt it everyone's face. And I just totally forgot to like flip my hair when he went to meet my dad, and he I mean, he he nearly aimed at he really did he nearly fainted. And so funny because now I'm Larry gained text from him everyday. Being like, I bought this person your book, and I bought the ad like he just it's like he wa- he doesn't even remember them. I have a tattoo. You know what? I mean. It's so funny. Another thing I want to talk about is your hydration routine because I literally don't know another human being who has a hydration routine, maybe the wrong friends, but tell me what that even means. So yes, so I have this routine, which it's funny because I didn't even realize that I I do do this really because it's so ingrained and had been doing it now for about six years. So I don't eat and drink at the same time. It's typical when you are out for dinner, and you want to have a cocktail that than I am. But for the most part how I generally live my day to day life. I drink about forty five minutes to an hour before a meal and about forty five minutes to an hour after meal. So I don't mix water and food together. Because for me I've seen a huge difference in my digestive system. And the way I eliminate my food the bloat in my stomach everything through kind of this routine. I will also say that I've noticed when I'm hungry. And when I'm thirsty, and how those are very different feelings for me. I try to drink like a leader of water before launch a leader water after lunch and like a big loss. Right. When I wake up and. A big glass right before bed. Not generally feels pretty good for me. Of course, there are days where I've had like a glass of water, and I'm like, how's this even possible? And also as I try to reduce my plastic waste and everything. I try not to buy plastic bottles, which kind of makes it a little bit difficult. I needed by myself, a Burkey diva Burkey, I don't. But I I've right with you on the I know we got. Yeah. I gotta get my Burkey going or getting rid of like single use single use causing. Yeah. Exactly really found that. It's made a huge difference in the way, I feel and it's funny because all be sitting with my husband, and he loves to eat and drink at the same time. And it like honestly just makes me cringe, and he ought he gets stomach aches too. And I'm like, but I never this. How your book was the first time? I really thought about the difference between being thirsty and being hungry. Really? If you are eating and drinking, I drink a lot of water during a meal and then. You'll be hungry later. And you're like, why am I hungry? So it's I think it's a good way to get to know your body, and what told her body needs totally. And I think it's a really good way of keeping yourself fuller longer. And it takes some time to get used to the idea of not drinking eating at the same time. But I'm one of the people who really does believe that. If you sit down and smell your food, right? Kind of the whole food and digestive process starts with your nose because when you smell Lear food that creates saliva and end, your saliva is all the enzymes that are needed to digest your food. And so then you'll actually create more live and your mouth that help food. Not be so dry right hand swear insert water there. Right. So if you can eliminate that and really take a moment to smell your food, and then you're eating your food in its strike digesting, and you don't need that extra water and you're chewing enough, you're chilling. If you're doing you're doing too much. You're going think you're over chewing. You're not you're not showing enough. But then you chewed exactly as many keep chewing live what you know. It's like people these days, I feel like the idea of inhaling a dry Muffin like make someone like you're gonna like choke. And that's like when you need like as much water as possible. But like smaller pipes taking your time eating with people. So there's conversation kind of helps slow this process down of eating which ultimately helps your digestion am I also feel like when we slow down. We don't we don't eat as much in a good way. Cause any more about what you're eating, and there's a mindfulness that you're bringing to the process totally in portion control is outrageous, right? I don't think anyone really understands what normal portion is for themselves. Just because what we're getting served at restaurants is, you know, it's not even considered. What's? Should you? What you should be eating for your body. It's considered for the price that you're paying since you called it a hydration routine. Another thing you say in the book is that routines are key. And I thought that was very interesting because so many people have a hard time establishing routines. Yes, I think for teens are really helpful for someone like me who needs time management and organization in my life. I have a lot of stuff going on. And if I didn't have methods or routines of getting work done while also prioritizing things for myself. I don't know how I would be a functioning person. And for me execution is one of the biggest deliverables I can have as like a human in terms of like business, or whatever I'm not one to just like talk the talk. I really do want to execute and like deliver on my word. So. For teens have been like monumental for me. And is that something that came naturally to you? Or did you learn that you needed routine and structure sell time because I grew up in the ballet world going to school having extra extra curricular activities. I kind of liked having structure and knew that like I was the type of person that benefited from having a structure, I kind of knew that growing up and kind of apply that to myself outside of like living at home. Body image of weight. I know those are two huge things for you. You talk about that a lot in the book. I think that's one of the most important parts about your message. So when did you realize that that was something that you should talk about publicly? Ooh. What did you see out there in the world that you thought I need to add to this conversation or I need to shift this conversation. I guess I felt like I was seeing a lot of girls talk about their body talk about their weight talk about numbers and results. And for me. I wanted to think it was at stemmed from the idea that I when I realized I wasn't meant to be a ballerina that like I wasn't gonna why weren't you meant to be a Bellary. They just I don't know. I just I just wasn't meant to be a balancing in my life. And at fifteen you know, I kind of realized that I didn't want to leave school and pursue ballet twenty four seven. And that was kind of like the maker break moment where okay, if you're not gonna do that. Then you're gonna gonna go down the path of being a professional dancer, and also I didn't like the idea of starving myself and getting on a scale and having weigh ins and all these type of things that also. Can trickle over into the sports world. Right. A little bit. So then you know, that kind of happening in teenage years, and then come social media. You know, I realized that there is a lot of a lot of women who look beautiful and strong, but aren't necessarily talking about the struggle or the real Ness of it. Right. That it's everything's like everyone's telling product everyone's drinking a protein, shake, and you know, there's e- talks to. Yeah. I felt detox tummy teas and the supplement you can use here. And it just felt like we were all striving to be this pinnacle of what the media was telling us, we should look like, and I felt like I have really real women in my life who are all beautiful, look, very different have different bodies. And I see their struggle with weight and body acceptance because they've grown up generational. In a situation where they've been taught x y and z or, you know, my older sister who grew up, you know, thinking that everything should be low fat, right? Like, you know, we we've grown up with all these messages and things that have kind of really skewed the way we think about food and how it's supposed to affect our bodies. And I just kind of realized all of those things, and it's not like I was like, oh, I'm going to start talking about how I don't get on the scale. Like, I've never really said. Like, hey, I don't way myself. You just don't see that. I've ever talked about weight as a number right? I always talk about how you feel. Are you strong? Like are you hitting your goals, whatever those are like there's a way to approach body acceptance that does not necessarily include you know, a scale and opinions of others. What's your favorite recipe and the book? Ooh. My favorite recipe in the book. I think I mean, I'm I'm in a macho mood just because I just had a delicious macho. But the macho vegan cheesecake is really we're gonna make we have macho right in there. Ooh. Love that. What's in it? A lot of cashews coconut cream macho some dates. Yeah. That's going to last Schick a picture, and we'll tag you amazing. I like to call it healthy hedonism, healthy hedonism. Yeah. You know, because it's like we all want to indulge or you just want like better things to indulge in. You know what I mean? I was just reading this article over the weekend about health junk food. I'm like, you can't have held much health junk food, though because junk food inherently is not healthy. It's like, okay. If you know that you're trying to satisfy the craving for Doritos. Sure. Choosing the you know, thereto flavored collie flower chips is probably better. But it still. Will not a whole food. It's a processed food that you're getting in a bag. But I I mean, I love those types of snacks here and there, but it was just interesting. We sometimes are flooded with those snacks. You have to be careful because people love to send those to us. And they're always yummy. They are. All right. We're gonna do little speed round. Okay. Great. Okay. Coffee or tea tea song that makes you smile. There's a song called liberation by Leon bridges, and Dev Loesch, and it's really puts a smile. My face one thing you'll never eat. I'm not a lamb person. Last book you read or tried to read plant paradox by Dr Gunn, dri, favourite cookbook. Ooh, I have a cookbook from a woman who has a soul food restaurant uptown. It's called spoon bread. And I always use hers as a starting off point in trying to make a healthier version of her comfort foods cool most used kitchen utensil, my fight Amax. Snack. You carry around in your purse or bag an avocado re you carry round an avocado, the easiest and least messy snack at Bir. You're the first person said really like a half like everything bagel seasoning on it. It's perfect. Right. Okay. Last question, if you had to be trapped on a desert island with any food celebrity who would it be put the food celebrity? Oh my goodness. This is hard though. I feel like I need someone who's got like really good skills. Who's not gonna like be too moody? I mean, honestly, I would say Chris ET can. But I don't know if like we could go like the rest of our lives together. Like, I think a week would be so fun. I say that's great. I love it. I'm mike. I'm saying answers that people haven't said before so unique. I think the other person would probably say is like. Maybe like Christine is going to be pissed that you change your answer. Well, I like her for a week. I just I just don't know where compatible for the rest of our lives. You know what I mean? Maybe you got you get rescued after seven days of lamented, if we get rescued after seven days, I'm going with Christy. All right. We'll have. No, you are so awesome. I love talking to you. I I've I've told you this before I mean, we're totally different generations. But I learned so much from you every time I talked to you Inc. Yeah. I've got a lot of great stuff reading your book. So that makes me so happy. Thanks putting out there on pre sheet. Absolutely by I that's it for today show. Thank you to Hannah Bronfman for talking with us about her new book. Do what feels good which is out? Now in case you are wondering. Yes, I have already started working on my personal hydration routine. However, I won't be getting ahead tattoo anytime soon, but never say never if you enjoyed my conversation with Hannah be sure to check out our interview from last year, you can find it on our website cherry bomb dot com on itunes, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts. And while you're there, let me know who you would like to hear on a future episode. Thank you to our sponsor, handsome brook farm. 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It's Our 200th Episode!

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It's Our 200th Episode!

"You're listening to heritage radio network were member supported food radio network. Broadcasting over thirty five weekly shows live from Bushwick Brooklyn. Join our hosts as they lead you through the world of craft brewing behind the scenes of the restaurant industry inside the battle over school, food and beyond. Find us at heritage radio network dot org. Hi bomb squad. Your listening to radio cherry bone. And I'm your host carry diamond each week. We talked to the most inspiring women in and around the world to food today. We are celebrating a big milestone for cherry bomb, the two hundred that bestowed of our podcast first. Let's thank our sponsor, handsome brook farm, pasteurized, organic eggs, handsome, Brooke farms secret to making rich, flavorful eggs is simple. The most possible space the best possible feed and lots of love. It's a healthy and humane recipe that makes your omelettes cakes custard 's and everything in between taste better to learn more and to find their eggs. Visit handsome brook farm dot com. I can't believe we've hit the two hundred Mark when the podcast launched almost five years ago podcasts were still a relatively new thing. But we loved the idea of bringing cherry bomb magazine to life through audio. Why did we name it radio cherry bomb? Fun. Fact, I was a big REM. Mm fan and always loved their song Radio Free Europe since the debut of radio cherry bomb. We've interviewed literally hundreds of women each of them with a unique and special story to tell I've met so many great people through the show and we've run the full gamut of emotions on air. We've cried with Kim Malik the founder of salt and straw, and Michelle Mannix of cook space, we've laughed with Lisa q Fetterman and Amy guitar and Melissa Hemsley and we've dreamt of running away to Venice with sky Mackel pine and Chom McCoy only one guest made me nervous. And that was Nigel Lawson Nigel is brilliant. So you really need to be on your toes when you're talking to her to celebrate our bicentennial episode. We thought we'd revisit some of our favorite interviews. Here are few shout outs. And even do a special edition of our speed round before we get on with our celebration. Let's hear a word from our sponsor handsome brook farm. Pasture raised organic eggs. Handsome brook farm believes that organic and pastured is the way to go. When it comes to eggs pasture-raised means better lives for hens better lives for small farmers and better eggs for you. It's also better for chefs who depend on rich, flavorful, eggs, handsome, Brooke farms owned flock of amazing chefs their mother hens count on. It Suzanne Phan is a mother hen. She's the chef and owner of buttermilk kitchen in Atlanta curious, how chef Suzanne makes her French toast with caramelized bananas. The ingredients include whole milk, Chiba bread and some handsome brook farm eggs to make each slice as fluffy as can be. Or if you're like me and have a serious love affair with Pimento cheese. You can make her preventive cheese, omelettes, Suzanne, whips up three hands of brook, farm eggs. Let's the omelette set than adds red pepper. Jelly thick cut bacon, and my beloved Pimento cheese to put a delicious southern spin on. Breakfast favorite. You can find chef Suzanne's, delicious, egg Centric, recipes and videos on handsome brook, farm dot com. If you're looking for handsome brook farm, organic pasteurized eggs, you can find them at Publix Kroger sprouts, farmers market freshdirect and many natural foods stores across the country. Hi, this is Gabby and Diana from Smith canteen. And we wanted to say happy two hundred episode. Hi, I'm Lauren Goldstein, and I'm so excited that there have been two hundred episodes of radio cherry bombs, so far the first episode of radio cherry bomb aired on may seventh twenty fourteen. Our original host was Julia Tursun who many of you know, in love. Julia went on to host her own podcast and writes such beloved cookbooks as now and again and small victories. Hi, and welcome to the first ever radio cherry bomb show. We're coming to live from Burda's and Bushwick Brooklyn. I'm your host. Julia Tertia in one of my favorite interviews of Julius was when she talked to the barefoot Contessa, I kn- garden here. I kn- considers the lobster. I'll tell you another memorable meal that I had which was memorable for the wrong reason. Those are always good. Better under. Was coming for dinner. And I just I in the same way. I wanted to do something surprising. I'm sure everybody's serves this incredibly elegant meal to check and I wanted to do just the opposite. So what I decided I would do is my kitchen clam bake, which is in my first book, we huge pot, and you layer to 'tatoes and sausages, and shrimp and clams mussels, and and then you put corn and lobster on the top new pour a whole bottle of white wine in and you steam it for thirty minutes, and it's just it's like one of those like crazy good Neal's. And you put a big bowl it dump it into a huge bowl in the middle of the table. And I gave everybody, you know, white chef's aprons at their seat. And they just it's his hands on you. Just I dive into the phone will what in order to fill the ball. I decided I would take a lobster. Sam keep the Mormon the evidence than then serve them a little later. And we just had a wonderful time. We had a great dinner and the next morning Jeffrey woke up and said, oh that was so good. That was just a listen. But I don't remember having a lot. All they're still in the oven. Slow. We've all served a meal where you got to serve the bread. But I can't remember forgetting to serve the main course. So the next time I thought Chuck leaves the next day. And I said next time, I think I'll serve the lobster. It's unbelievable. We had a really good time. And that's the memorable part say. Yeah. That sounds very memorable. Hi, I'm Caroline shift known as pastry. Chef and I wanted to wish cherry bomb a happy two hundred episode, and you're the bomb. In addition to our regular radio show. We've done a few special episodes in miniseries. We did the super women's SuperFood miniseries and twenty eighteen about wellness with our friends at the Calderon Hannah Bronfman and others for our most recent miniseries. The future of food. We traveled to twelve different cities to hear from a wide range of bomb squad members, chefs farmers, restaurateurs bakers, a poet and more one of my favorite moments from the tour was when Sarah Keefer of the vanilla bean blog talked about her chocolate. Chip cookie recipe going viral her cookies didn't crumble, but other things did. Hi, I'm Sarah. I'm going to admit that I'm terribly nervous right now. I tend to write in stories, and so on I started to write what I was gonna write tonight. It just kind of came out in story for him. So I'm going to do what you're not supposed to do which is read your notes, but I need to tonight. So that's what I'm going to do with last September. I was pleasantly surprised to find a recipe from my cookbook make its way into the New York Times the highlighted recipe was for a chocolate chip cookie. That uses a technique now known as pan. Banging humane have heard of this where the baking sheet is tapped or banged in the oven. While the cookies are baking, creating ridges and crinkles around the edges of the cookies, although this has evolved, and some people are actually taking them out of the oven and dropping them on the floor to get these ridges being in the New York Times food section was a bucket list item. I never thought would happen. And I was ecstatic a few days later, Fox News picked up the story, highlighting my cookie on all its local news outlets and online nationally, my pan begging, cookie. Had officially gone viral. And I like to point out that if both the New York Times and FOX are reporting on the same story that it can't be fake news. It's my cheesy dead joke. I started getting emails and messages from people all over my Instagram was full of people pan. Banging their cookies and tagging me and photos, local TV stations came to my house and film me making cookies newspapers called asking me questions, and I was flown out to New York to make cookies at an event, it was a whirlwind of a month. And I found myself as one dozen social media addicted to the mentions hearts hashtags and positive feedback. The question of how do I get my recipe to go viral started being post to me, and I didn't have a good answer for anyone? There wasn't any formula or secret that I somehow cracks and I like to think and hope that it was because I had worked hard on making cookie baking. But there was one element that kept it trending. And that was for as many people who love this cookie and raved about it. There were also plenty of people who absolutely hated this cookie and thought it was ridiculous that it had been invented the comments section to the New York Times under this recipe. Is filled with comments of people angry that these cookies exist. They are too greasy to buttery too big to sweets and people are furious about the pan. Banging it's too time consuming. It's not worth it. And my favorite complaint was that. It was too loud. I had someone ransom me in an Email about that. So all I had some good press and saw my Instagram follower. Count increase rapidly over the month. My cookies went viral. I also had to process an except that there were piles of people out there who hated what I was doing. And maybe hated me for doing it as someone who avoids conflict has wrestled with being a people pleaser all my life and has been diagnosed with anxiety and OCD the set off a string of emotions I could accept that. My recipe wasn't for everyone. And I wasn't offended that someone wanted something different in a cookie. I always say just as curious so that there's always room in the world for more chocolate. Chip cookie recipes. But it was hard to accept that. People would write off my whole career and hard work over a cookie are that they assumed something of me because they didn't even like the picture of my cookie. I also had to deal with the press presenting me wrong while I was flattered and so thankful to be included in the New York Times. My book wasn't mentioned, and I didn't see any sales due to the article both for not being mentioned and the recipe being available for free. They also highlight on my Instagram career over my book career, the local news had a headline that read local mom gets in the New York Times also skipping over my career. And presenting the idea that you know, if this mom can get into the New York Times, anybody can do it. I was conflicted and frustrated that I couldn't control the narrative of my own recipe and story I wanted to bake the cookies for everyone and tried to prove they were good enough that I could bake. It wasn't just some hack influence there who lucked out and that I knew what I was doing. I found. Myself obsessed about a cookie I stopped reading comments on the news articles than on my blog, and I stopped answering questions about them in my messages and emails I started actually regretting the cookies and their technique as I anxiously, analyzed how many people viewed me through these cookies loggers started posting their own versions of them changing just a few ingredient measurements. Or sprinting them sprinkling them assault and calling them their own others tried to make the same cookie without all the fuss of pan. Banging these new recipes were born for my original, but they weren't mine anymore, and I had no control over where things went. I started believing all the misconceptions. I was worried about I wasn't really a Baker those cookies are click bait, and I'm just a local mom who lucked out. It was actually in the act of parenting that I finally got over the weird spiral. My daughter was doing a report at school and she needed to pretend to interview someone famous. As she was looking through a list of possible options, I slightly mentioned to her that. Well, you know, your mom was in the New York Times. Maybe you could interview her she didn't even look from the paper. She was reading and said, well, you weren't really in the New York Times your cookies were maybe I could interview them. She's right over there too. I. I found myself laughing as I heard my ego crack in half. Oh my God. I am worrying about cookies. Yes. They are buttery and sugary and delicious as hell, but they can't bring clean water to Flint or stop the next school shooting. They won't give women equal pay or take the stigmatism away from mental health issues or remove the injustice of racism. They won't bring peace and only temporarily bring happiness they can't even do the simple task of keeping people civil in the comments section of a newspaper article. I thank my daughter for her honesty. I apparently needed a good dose of it. After that. I found myself pleasantly at peace with my cookies, they aren't really mine anymore. They belong to the pan bangers of the world. And I am thankful for each. And every one of them. I still make them often. They are house cookie. And each time. I pick up the edge of my baking sheet and drop it four inches in my oven. I watched a ripple form around the edge of my cookies and know that those crispy edges. In gooey chocolate. He centers will give me a moment of joy. But they do not define me for it is only a cookie cherry, Bob. This is Rochelle Oliver with islands vice magazine just want to say you light my fire every episode happy two hundred radio cherry bomb is only possible because of his incredible community. And that includes the guest hosts who've kindly stepped in for me over the past few years. I want to say thank you to Jane lark worthy. Clancy Miller, Jesse Sheehan Gilly, Houston, and Donna yen. Let's give a listen. Hi, everybody. Welcome to radio cherry bomb. I am Jane lark worthy. I'm Clancy Miller. Welcome to radio cherry bomb, I'm guilty Houston. And I'm Donnie yen low bomb squad. This is Jesse. She in. Another reason we love making radio cherry bomb is that it allows us to share highlights from cherry bomb events with listeners all over the world. One of those events is our annual jubilee conference. We've held jubilees in New York City, and San Francisco, and this April we are bringing into Brooklyn last year, Sharon Richardson of just soul catering gave one of the solo talks. And I think it was one of the most powerful moments in cherry bomb history. As Sharon is about to tell you journeys must be told here. Sharon Richardson from jubilee 2018 sharing her journey. This is the first time we've aired this clip. Hi guy. So my name is Sharon Richardson, at I am honored to be here this morning with you lovely beautiful women. I have already met some wonderful people here. And I'm just really glad that Quadir and Kerry invited me to be a part of the so thank you. So when Kerry asked me, so what are you going to talk about, you know, give me a few days when we think this over and so something came up in my spirit, and so my pieces call redemption. The foundation what do you know about being saved from era or your own choices or being saved from what older people call sin when you're just five years old? Daddy, came to get me to show me with no little girl should have to witness my mom passed out on the floor from the night before she had come home from work drunk again. That is said I need it for you to see this. Because you never believe me. I wasn't only child going through this all alone. Seeing my mom the mother that I loved who fed me who nourish me and told me that she loved me unconditional and seeing in this condition. I was very sad. My thoughts to myself seeing my mom like this is she dead becoming a caretaker became my life. Moving forward. Caring for those who I felt needed me. This was my job growing up as a wounded healer. And I can't take it to my friends partners lovers and friends and members of my church in girl scouts. Everything I became the kids of these people. So what's the age of sixteen who would know a who would believe that? I would collapse into the abyss of no return needing saving grace one day. H thirty. The worst happened twenty seven years ago on may fifth nineteen ninety my abusive boyfriend was murdered after walking into my apartment carrying my two year old son, my daughter who was eight years old at that time did not know or have a clue that she would become the next kid tak- in the family for my job as I knew it as caretaker had ended that evening. The courtroom guilty sentenced to twenty years. The feeling of darkness came over me hearing, the jurors hearing my family, and my mom yelling as she hit the floor, then the metal gates closed shutting behind me with a baby in my womb. The memory of blood in my mouth the scars on my face. The black is it was then that my path towards redemption had begun. Hours turned into days days turned into nights still moments returned in my thoughts. The years started to move forward after may nineteen ninety the prison doors opened, and then they closed I can only imagine what was next. There was no looking back the very keys that I turned as a correction officer was now being turned on me. I was the one behind the prison doors now, I laid in a coal cell on a metal slab with a mattress not made for humans deepened, my thoughts. I had to find solitude understanding and freedom. I had to find peace. I had to find remorse inside of me, a non forgiving place at that time, I told myself this, and I believed it after all someone died. It was my fault, right? Swiss it in my thoughts, my heart bleeds, as the tears continue to fall, I reminded myself in an instance, he did molest my daughter, he did beat my son. He told me that he loved me yet he bruised and busted, my skin. I needed saving. I needed understanding. I need it resolution. I needed to find me and fas- time not waiting moving slowly for the lessons in my life. Didn't come and don't come when they when you want them to. Yet over and over again, in my mind, I knew that I had to find peace Beverly Hills correctional facility. NYC ID ninety one g eighteen fifty four in myself in shock there had to be away back. Was there love in this doc plays core prison? I asked myself my upbringing as I remembered had seeds that will plant it in my soul, my West Indian spiritual family despite the many family floors needed watering. I thought time passed and I felt the seeds growing during the twenty years of my incarceration, I began to meet people with stories and melodies many with tapestries painted with all sorts of colored paths roads hills and valleys, I've found my spiritual healing in higher education at many levels that awakened my cognitive thinking allowing me to embrace a different phenomenal walk towards my freedom. What was dock started to have some light? Arrived. My journey took me to my mother's bedside visit eighteen years later, and this time my memory served its purpose for I would see my mother, again laying down on a different bed a bed that I thought that I would never see mom was on her deathbed. She could not speak only him. She had suffered a stroke. She was helpless all of mommy's choices and decisions had caught up with her now. And I was thinking I'm losing, my friend. I'm losing my buddy. I was so sad. But I had come to say goodbye, you can go now. I said, I we'll be okay, mommy. I promise you this. The ride back to the prison in handcuffs and shackles gurgling as my childhood belt bellied up the correction officers asked me, are you? Ok Sharon, I could remember weeping and weeping on that ride back. So why food people ask me why food? I return back to the prison with my friends cooked food, lots of it. They were allowed to stay up. And wait for me to come back. I couldn't believe it we ate, and we cried I told them about my trip. I told them about my mother's condition. We ate, and we cried some more that night. I told my story that led to that day. We all shared some sort of story that night, and then we had desert, and then we went to bed my day of redemption in that hour, I had begin to feel it all in one moment. I had arrived, and I didn't even know it my day of redemption in that our I was giving back all that was taken from me. And then I was released may six two thousand ten who knew what the journey and front of me would hold today. I am the. Proud but humble CEO and founder of just so catering. A Justice involved catering business a social enterprise a catering business at highest formerly incarcerated women, we cook so food, and we share stories to wonderful people of New York City people who love to eat and never sleep. So food comes from a sofa place inside those that cooked this food. It comes from a journey. Journeys must be told. It's where soul food is derived from its richness and face its ability to reach people. This is a story of redemption, a story a gif a story a gift to you. Or who city one of many stories told one of many given one of many to inspire all. You won't be surprised to learn this. But Sharon got a standing ovation for her talk. Another favorite moment of mind was our one hundred episode which we recorded in early twenty seventeen in Los Angeles at Headley and Bennett headquarters, I interviewed author Ruth rifle and chef Nancy Silverton, which was so much fun. The two women have been friends for decades and had a lot of history to share Ellen Bennett, the founder of Headley invented and one of my favorite people in the food world, kicked things off with a talk called the art of the hustle Ellen entered the room via zip line true story and offered this advice for the bomb squad. I always wanted to do that. Now check it off the bucket list. Okay. Hi, guys. So. Every week. We have a staff meeting at our office. And we always end up the entire meeting is finished with me giving the team of pep sock. So I thought it fitting for tonight to give you guys a little pep talk about life. So my the words that I really really live by and I wake up to every day is wake up and fight. And I feel like it basically means it's in you to get up to do it to get out there and make some stuff happen. And it consists of literally just deciding that you can do it. And every day I decide that today I'm going to do it, and I'm gonna make some stuff happen. So I always get up and these days I've been going to boxing and yoga and spinning and I don't have a lot of time. Because now, I have all kinds of stuff and obligations. I have to do. But I cram in the time, and I make it happen. And I feel so much better. And we're just so lucky to be alive and to have like arms and legs and a nose in a head that work, and why miss a day of this. Awesome life, and you just have to really get out there and fight. So. That's my first part of my pep talk. The second part that I love is the front door is an open climbing through the window. What does that mean? It means don't just stop because you ran into a wall or you don't see an entrance or you don't know how to get there or you don't know somebody that knows somebody everything that we've done with Headley invented. It was very much. We were just like we're going to find a way. And if there isn't a a front door, you climbing through the window, and if there isn't a window you make a window, and if there isn't a window or a wall, you go through the back garden, and you just find a way, and you get scrappy, and you have to just be okay with being scrappy, and once you're okay with being scrappy, it's kind of like all rules, go to hell, and you can just do it. And so just just do it. Okay. My other one is I really feel that like sheer determination will get you very very far. There's been a lot of times. I mean, I was a line cook, I'm a CEO. Now, I can't even tell you the meltdowns behind the scenes that happened to make stuff happen. And it takes a lot of determination and just sheer willpower to push through all those times, and you kind of have to be your own cheerleader. You have to just say, hey, you can do it. Get up k cry a little bit. Maybe wine, maybe punch a wall or something. But then get back up and keep going because it's in you and I've run marathons before. And the reason I wanted to do marathons was because I was like, okay, if you can run twenty six miles and not die. You could pretty much do most things in life, and if you've ever run when you get to about mild twenty you really feel like you're going to die or maybe you already did. Your legs are still moving and you still keep going another six miles, and you're like how my physically still on this earth right now. And then you get to the end of it. And you're like, oh, you proved yourself wrong, and you kinda proved yourself, right? You could do it. And you always could. And then you were like, okay. I am stronger than I think I am. So you really are stronger than you think you are. You just have to push through the uncomfortable painful, awful, nasty parts. So basically stretch your mental muscles. Don't give up wake up and fight hustle, your heart out, and you can make something awesome happen. And right now, we are in the time of the woman. I mean, it's like, we're we're here we're doing it. And it's so exciting. And so I feel like it's our freaking duty to get out there and prove to the world that we are. Awesome. And we are here in numbers, and we bring so much heart and soul to everything that we do. So like, let's prove it to the world. Let's fuck and kill it. Ladies. Okay. So thank you. Oh, and my last one this is a good one. I can't forget this one. They aren't bumps in the road. They are the road. I mean, how true is that? There is no easy way. There is no little side access road to success. It really does look like a work suit. And then you just have to get out there and do it. I mean, it really truly truly truly so hustle work, your heart out, you're gonna make it it'll be awesome. And then we will all cheer you on to. Such good stuff from Ellen. You've heard me do speed rounds with so many people over the years. But now the tables are turning and I'm going to be put on the spot with our associate producer, just Seidman. Just did not let me see the questions in advance. Here. We go. Hi, kerry. Hi, jess. Are you excited? Nervous. Now. Don't be nervous. Okay. Question. Number one, paper, plastic or reuse of Okada reusable Cup, always always favorite food from your childhood. Oh, gosh. Favorite food from my childhood. I had a lot of them. I loved my mom's tuna noodle casserole. I left Kraft macaroni and cheese. I'll say those those are delicious favorite magazine, and you can't say cherry bomb favorite magazine. That's that's a tough one. I have so many. You know, what I love gentlewoman? I think that's a fantastic magazine. Okay. Recipe. You know, the best I make a really good pasta with broccoli, rob and sausage, and it's really simple and delicious and so easy to make can you spatchcock chicken? I can spatchcock chicken. I did that last night. Did I tell you? I was going to do that. Did I thought it would be fun to share? Okay. It's easier than you think song that comes on at a party. And you're like yes this song. Oh, gosh. Anything by new order. Bizarre love. Triangle? Maybe amazing amazing favorite holiday for its food favorite holiday for its food. I would have to say Christmas Eve because that's the big holiday with my family. My siblings and nieces and nephews and everybody gets together. And my mom always makes a really fun appetizer spread and we have she makes little a little hot dogs like the mini wieners wrapped in, you know, Pillsbury crescent rolls and can't get enough of those one food that you could eat for the rest of your life ice cream favorite movie. Oh my God. My favorite movie it used to be the breakfast club. But as Molly ringwald pointed out, there are some things, but that movie that great, but I have some others. I love I can't just pick one love Star Wars and The Empire Strikes back The Royal Tenenbaums love and attornal sunshine of the spotless mind. That's the best movie. I think that's my favorite movie. Okay. Worst job you ever had this one. I'm kidding. I two hideous jobs. I sold hot dogs from a hotdog truck on Staten Island when I was a teenager that was just hell, and then I worked in the Staten Island mall at a cart and sold. Like really shitty cat stuff like this cat clock. And all this stuff. They were just. Yeah. Favorite coffee shop in Brooklyn. Smith canteen, right answer. Okay. This brings us to if you had to cook dinner or any food celebrity who would it be? And what would you make? Oh my God. That's a really hard question. Oh god. I love so many people who would it be if I had to pick one food slim, you know, what I. You didn't say if they're living or dead. This is kind of a morbid way to end the speed around. But you know, we always do the who'd you be trapped on a on a desert island with and my answer is always Anthony bourdain, and I would always be really surprised when other people's answer wasn't Anthony Jane's, drew. You know, I still I still think it's such a big loss to the to the food world and the world at large his passing, and I would love to I would have loved to have made Jennifer him and just gotten to know me better and understand, you know, what makes them tick. And what? I don't know. Just just have a conversation with him. I always thought I would interview him, and we came really close to having him on radio cherry bomb once and he didn't want to do the interview for for various reasons related to me too. But I regret not having had the chance to interview him. Totally so okay last question. What is the question? You wish more people asked you. I never think about that. I like interviewing people, I mean, I don't mind being interviewed. But I I like interviewing other people, and I think that's the been the common denominator through my life back to when I was editor in chief of the high school newspaper today, I just like telling other people's stories, so. The the thing that that all think is why didn't I ask that person that question instead of why didn't someone asked me that question does that make sense? Yeah. It totally makes sense. All right. Do you have any other speed round things? Just apologies for always turning speed round into a non speed round. I will admit something on a future episode of radio cherry bomb. I did the speed round. And I not I was acid. I asked to someone and I turned it into very long format conversation. We need to come up with a name for the cherry bombs speed round the nut quite speed. It's like the walking round. Okay. Thanks, jus-, things Kerry. Yeah. I'm Jeff men. Waldman Rodriguez, and I am the founder and hot bread kitchen and managing director at daily provisions. I'm Jessica Edwards and avid listener first time caller longtime listener two hundred. Episodes of Jerry palm brilliance. Congratulations carrying. For all that you do. I'm my name's Christina. I am the co founder macaroni parlor, and I am signing tongue co-founder of macaroni. Parlor. I'm also the co founder of meow parlor, and I'm a co founder of cat camp and eight thousand cats we have a lot of cats. We love food and we really loved hats. And we both went to wish carry and the whole cherry bomb posse a happy two hundred episodes. 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Forgotten Lives, Part 2 -008

Mysteries, Myths

30:31 min | 1 year ago

Forgotten Lives, Part 2 -008

"His Maths and more I'm your Narrative Joyce Keller Walsh my intention is to use this podcast to tell a story each month sometimes fiction sometimes not Life I'm afraid that his wife Lucy's obituary is equally inadequate the online obituary legacy reads Lucy was born on editor or that she was instrumental in saving the lives of many refugees fleeing Hitler during World War Two as I mentioned in the previous podcast one can calculate that she was ninety years old but it does not mention that she was born in Odessa survived her husband Carl by sixteen years that she was a film July First Nineteen Sixteen and passed away on Saturday March third two thousand seven Lucy was a resident of Conway Massachusetts lean with a high forehead and thin gray hair looking at least to me rather like dancer Fred astaire she was short and plump with mostly dark here I I met Lucy for the second time at her and Carl's small apartment in Zurich in the nineteen eighties Carl's regional office of the World Society Unlike Carl she was a child of privilege just a little bit of Odessa's history may become relevant as the story goes on by the nineteen hundred apartment or at least the part of it I could see from my vantage point as my husband and I sat at the table in their dining room which was also actually part of the living room two years later I'm like her husband Carl who was Austrian Lucy whose maiden name was Lucy Subsidi- was Ukrainian born in the city of Odessa numbers I can't recall very much of our visit other than Lucy dressed the table with her best tablecloth and best China I can't even recall what was Carl in his early seventies towered over Lucy who would have been in her late sixty s they were a study in contrast he was tall with a protection of animals with New York but lucy and he also maintained a home in New York on Long Island I can still visualize there's work the seaport city of Odessa is the third most populous city in Ukraine which finally established its independence in nineteen ninety-one following the break-up of the Soviet Union movie begins with a cruise mutiny against their officers in nineteen o five which signalled the oncoming Russian revolution. The movie famously enacts I thought that was so epicure Ian and so very continental perhaps I was easily impressed but here I am still thinking about it more than thirty DESA had existed for more than thousand years initially as a minor Greek settlement over the centuries Greece than Turkey and Russia have all claimed at for its own served but what I do remember is that after Lucy poured our coffee she dropped a nugget of Swiss chocolate into each of our cup says she passed them to us for film buffs. Odessa is known for the Nineteen Twenty Five silent film The battleship Potemkin by Sergei Eisenstein the classic black and white If you listen to the last podcast about Karl cooked you may remember that I began with his obituary because it did not at all do justice to his the massacre of the Citizens Odessa by Kasichs one of the iconic images Eisenstein focuses on is a baby carriage with a baby inside alone and unattended with its mother dead rolling down the stone steps of the city into the relentless carnage that awaits below in a square ish face something like the TV star Maruska haggerty a law and order sometimes it's the smallest of things that one remain army and secured the city however a year after the Russian civil war the Bolshevik policy of confiscation agricultural products from the peasants the history of Odessa is a turbulent one but by nineteen twenty the Soviet Red Army had overpowered the Ukrainian end the anti-communist Russian Whiter Lucy's young life comes from her own video testimonies and an essay by deirdre Boniface in a collection of exile stories gold the dispossessed edited it's with minimal compensation caused a famine in Odessa and elsewhere and that is the background a Lucy's own family history most of what I've learned of Conway it was called Morning Star Farm and her parents made it known that it was a place where refugees might stay as quote paying guests and go for very little money deirdre Bonifas was a child of Eight when Lucy froot I came to her family farm in Nineteen forty-five Although Lucy was ten years older throughout repeater I rose Dutra Bonifaz parents transplants from New York to Western Massachusetts owned a two hundred Acre farm in West Whitley near the emperor nicholas the second abdicated and the Russian empire began to collapse that period also saw the loss of direct control by the government entered World War One as a consequence it suffered great reversals both militarily and economically by nineteen seventeen a year after Lucy was born we might assume that Emmanuel sub cy left the Ukraine for Estonia around the time when the Soviet Red Army invaded in Estonia Lucie never knew anything about her never knew what her mother looked like never saw photograph a scant two years before lucy was born Russia and they were host to many notables including Carl Frucht Herta polly Walter Marrying and Lucy at times it was almost like an artists and writers retreat and of the Russian Orthodox Church this also has a bearing on our story soon after Lucy's birth she and her father and no longer in Odessa he pronounced it but it sounded like Mara her siblings had died in Saint Petersburg upheaval and she left Russia for Estonia as a professional pianist years older than Lucy according to Lucy her father saw her soon to be stepmother at a piano concert and fell in love I couldn't quite hear her name as dated her father quote decided she should become a Protestant we don't know what her Russian Orthodox stepmother thought of it I suppose Russian Orthodox reasons Lucy didn't specify Emmanuel subside next moved his family to Berlin it seems to have been after World War in her life she maintained a friendship with the younger woman. As Lucy related to deirdre Boniface her mother died in childbirth in nineteen sixteen however becoming Protestant and Berlin was more acceptable than being Russian Orthodox at that time considering Germany and Russia fought on opposite sides in World War One one but why their posts were Germany. The so-called Weimar Republic was suffering from terrible food shortages and inflation leading to an economic an imposing made with stone and was obviously a place of wealth when Lucy was five years old her father married a young Russian woman only seventeen to being Russian Orthodox Protestant and Catholic Lucy felt for the first time a sense of belonging she felt now she knew who she was ever known that and had always cold Mara Mother Lucy remained in Estonia after mar left and rented an apartment the tender age of seventeen or so her uncle bars who assumed legal guardianship Lucy was displeased with her living on her own but apparently obvious year had vowed to ally himself with Hitler soon after quote Mussolini's Fascist government forbade Jewish children to attend public or private schools after he emigrated to Germany Jaren was a new language Lucy had to learn that she matriculated in primary school in Berlin then again for reasons and Czechoslovakia and was moving into Poland like others before and after them the Italian refugees sought safety in France Lucy Emmanuel subside and his brothers of successful textile factory in Talian the capital city. I've seen a photograph the subside house in Stony it's large a crisis and political turmoil was this a business opportunity for him did he speak German he apparently sold textile factory either right before or right then at eight years old when her father had been remarried for Short Three Years Lucy was sent to a Catholic Boarding School in Switzerland here she learned to third language free economics to as she put it please my uncle bars but not having real affinity for Economics Lucy ultimately left school in the summer of Nineteen thirty nine let's see how certain income from her inheritance was quite independent after two years of living on her own however Lucy agreed to continue her education at the London School of while spending her time swimming Sunning at the beach in Con- Lucy met a group of Jewish students who had fled from their home country of Italy Mussolini the his ashes were buried in Estonia according to Lucy he left a large fortune to her in his stepmother Lucy continued to be educated in exclusive boarding school of the refugees because they spoke only German with Lucy one of the house staff informed the police the undesirables or at the villa the authorities promptly came and arrested Lucy's friends and took them away she never saw them again but that wasn't the end of it because shockingly at the same time Lucy also earned it a stepmother was not her biological mother or is she put it she wasn't my real mother with three exclamation points she had although France had not yet been invaded there was fear throughout the country that the Germans were coming by September the villas servants had grown suspicious the police then arrested her lucy was informed that she too was being expelled from France because she only had an Estonian passport the students became good friends and spent a great deal of time together in the villa speaking German to each other as they were bilingual and Lucy didn't know Italian if she did have a home there doubtless her friends had told her about Hitler's persecution of Jews and intellectuals with nowhere to go lucy was essentially stateless when she was twenty three she returned to Mars villa in Con- France was this her stepmother's inheritance from Lucy's father or money of her chuckle tucked inside her passport she hadn't seen it before apparently neither had the police but who would have the foresight to obtain it and to put it there industries and from then on it only got worse the Jewish students knew they had better leave by that summer Hitler had already next Austria cushy had no home in Estonia she couldn't go there Estonia was on the verge of being occupied by the Soviet Union because she was Jewish she couldn't go back to Germany even Lucy's father never went to temple practiced any rituals of Judaism nor throughout her life did Lucy or call for that matter but while Mara visited her own distant relatives it was on this visit that Mara told Lucy that her family was Jewish Lucy had no idea of that whatsoever I assume she was not of the peasant class a farm worker or an unskilled labor do not Jewish but Russian Orthodox consequently Lucy also became ordered the dismissal of Jews from professorships in all universities and banned Jews from the civil service and military as well as the banking and insurance but she had to get out of France immediately or face the consequences in hastily gathering belongings to leave Lucy found a visa for they hope you'll find interesting engaging in provocative forgotten lives part to Lucy Frucht went to Raoul Wallenberg Wallenberg a Swedish diplomat is historically famous for saving many thousands of Gary and Jews from the Nazis inch an under the custodial care of Nuns Lucy decided to become Catholic again we don't know her father's death is reaction two years later own we don't know the villa was empty at the time as her stepmother was in Spain as Lucy told her Frontier Bonifaz with her lover Raoul Nine nineteen thirty nine an automobile factory in Spain a factory in France and worked on electrical power in Portugal hence he was able to waited to chief of state and Spain becoming a dictatorship also Spain though officially neutral in the war decidedly favourite Hitler and the Axis not only were anti-german an antisemitic feelings heightened the French were beginning to be anti-foreigners Lucy was given twenty four hours to leave the country colover might lucy stepmother have been more complex than she ever realized given the possibilities my riders mind was gleefully composing Spiderweb not the Swedish save you but rather a very famous Argentine engineer who invented the helicopter and many engines he would have been about forty that he had been him however Raoul Wallenberg was only slightly older than loose yourself by four years and unlikely lever for Mara who would have been about else when Lucy was sixteen her stepmother we'll call her Mara for expediency took Lucy back to Estonia to meet her father's family her uncles and cousins her son was at her stepmother's Lover Raoul with visa they're thinking she might need it some day but why and how I won however the British embassy in Madrid had become a nexus a British intelligence activities so they really in Spain was royal did I who this Raoul could be. He had to be able to obtain a visa for Portugal so it needed to be someone in authority a connected with authority my thoughts aged ten her father died and decided in surgery while he was occasioning with his wife in Vichy then a populous bar and resort city forty and why would Lucy Steph my go to Spain during the last bloody throws of the civil war there with Francisco Franco's forces winning and his being intrigue but then I saw Lucy's recorded interview in which she names the Bright Raoul it was the marquee royal pateras Viscaya please an infant Christian by his wife Harriet doozy Paris I wasn't able to find her birth and death dates but it is possible that she was tain a visa for Lucy for Portugal in Nineteen thirty nine Raoul Patera apparently had a twelve year old son Henry an eleven year old daughter Marie the so-called surrender on demand agreement the trickle of exile to Lisbon became a flood than a deluge as one in Ingrid Bergman also in late October the couldn't commission was established this was a group of German army officers and Gestapo agents which visited the front at first when Lucy arrived in Lisbon they was only a trickle of refugees as the numbers of immigrants increased there were increasing concentration camps looking over the names of all those and turned and selecting the ones to be sent back to Germany under Article Nineteen of the armistice hiring writes quote the authoritarian regime of Oliver Salazar in Portugal the lack of funds in the Portuguese treasury the proximity of space she began the next morning in the first job she'd ever had and she found lodging with the writer editor Suzanne Shantelle Lucy is prohibited Jews from moving and limiting their access to public places and most professional activities it also implemented these laws interpreter for the refugees the objective was to find passage on boats out of Lisbon to any other safe country particularly America administrative obstacles but Lucy who could then speak multiple languages French German English Russian and a smattering a Portuguese also added especially if they were Jewish the flood of exiles increased further after France was invaded by Germany eight months later the vichy government under chief of state in the colonies of Vichy North Africa you may remember the Classic Nineteen Forty Two Movie Casablanca directed by Michael Curtis and starring Humphrey Bogart friends to meet her would you have been word I think I would but lucy says she looked at it as an adventure another one of the many she already had the first wave of refugees consisted in great measure of intellectuals including Socialists Communists and all anti-nazis especially writers and artists any event with the visa for Portugal and officially neutral country BA- favoring the allies against Hitler Lucy Packer trunk and left by train for the port city her life as luck would have it the day after her arrival in Lisbon she was approached in a cafe by Dr who had turned his clinic into an emerging elite baton collaborated with the Nazis to identify Jews on Hitler's undesirables list for arrest and deportation to German death camps is he rescue center for the flood of European Jews appearing every day he offered her work recording the history of the refugees and assisting with visa applications in the midst of its own civil war and a tiny Jewish resident community the did not exceed two thousand were all negative factors for any immigrant especially a Jewish the of Lisbon expelled from France under threat alone on the train to a different country a different city where she didn't know what she would do when she got there no family one in spite of this however in the period from nineteen thirty three to the end of World War Two a considerable number of Jews pass to Portugal as they ten in October nineteen forty a year after Lucy was ordered out of France past the first of many anti Jewish laws the vichy lost mentioned that chants Hell wrote a book about her but in looking over the list of Suzanne Phan tells titles I can determine which of them it might have been and Lucy didn't say in fact you ever looked forward to it and although she didn't know it at the moment the ejection from France in advance of the German invasion and the passport to Portugal saved would result in the conquest of countries in Western Europe Unquote in Lisbon Lucy was inundated with requests for visas exit papers headed for countries overseas the majority of these best through Lisbon in the summer of nineteen forty evading the Nazis and the blitzkrieg which from April to June money and passage on boats out of the country bound for the United States and any other country willing to receive the immigrants their escape stories her days as she worked to help them leave your so many of the stories were quote horrible and overwhelming estimates of how many refugees including how many Jewish effigies pass through his been very greatly there were many organizations working hard to help the exiles in no time to make accurate tallies for Jews alone the estimate ranges from ten thousand to forty thousand this estimate does not include non Jews or any of those Jews or not who are able to based on the book by Leeann Yours to understand that having successfully escaped Hitler and left Europe did not guarantee a happy ending in every case but many evacuate on their own some refugees turn back when they attempted to enter a third country and we only need to think of the auto premature film the Exodus Thousands did get their happy ending they survived to be a part of that effort overwhelming at times with soul satisfying Lucy in retrospect beck she declared my life began in Lisbon also she writes go it was in Lisbon after the fall of France in nineteen forty that I I occurred from my husband to be Carl about varian fry Carl was working with various for the American risk of committee while I was working with Jewish organizations based on an acted as guide over those mountains many of the lucky ones able to escape later that year in Lisbon she actually met the man who'd been sending doc exodus of February nineteen forty one carl with the help of varian fry left on one ship the Portuguese Freight Maria Cristina and Lucy spots has been we send each other clients people with specific needs Carl working very closely with variant in Marseilles was preparing various routes over the Pyrenees store in New York City on Broadway each heard the other asking for lead from melting over fire an old new year's Eve tradition those sixty seven lucy went with him as Deirdre Bonifaz Rights Lucy gave up her film career because she knew it was his turn to have exciting it wasn't until nearly a year later the last day of December deirdre Paneth has recalled that quote Lucy and carly found each other in a hardware sued by a US consular officer in Lisbon left on another Carl ended in Norfolk Virginia and Lucy landed in New York neither new with the other was Fujii's to her with your knees it didn't take long to fall in love with him however their time together with short and they lost each other in the final frontier social circle celebrities writers are his movie makers of override his and she in particular loved it while Lucy was happy in her work car was working for the WHO with mandatory retirement at age sixty car was finished in Geneva and Lucy thought she'd be returning to New York to her home her free they might otherwise not have been available to a woman the first movie Lucy worked on was also director Sidney Lumet's first movie that kind of woman all of us who've tossed lead into a fire have been entranced with the beautiful colors it produces but lucy and Carl's time together was again short lived source I could locate which listed all the movies Lucy worked on in her career however in looking up film editor Lucy sub cy her maiden name I found she is credited mark they stayed in New Delhi for four years with Lucy commuting back and forth to their new home on Long Island India she says was a wonderful time for both of us city with Lucy continuing her career and Carl working primarily as a technical writer film editing provided Lucienne Carl with an exciting although it was great fun to be with the store Sophia Loren who is always laughing and cooking the film was he says was a stinker there is no Europe as a member of the United States prisoner of war interrogation team he wouldn't return before the end of the war meanwhile lucy was establishing America entered the war after the bombing of Pearl Harbor and Carl soon enlisted in the army he was trained in military intelligence at Fort Ritchie and ultimately returned Tom Cronin there must have been many others that she worked on his part of the editing departments when Carl came home from the war Lucy and he married onto prominent titles on the bowery a documentary film by Lionel Rogosin and crowded Paradise a feature film starring well known actor in the same place where Deirdre Baez lived at that time I don't know what Lucy's final arrangements were I asked an acquaintance who researched us Lucy's time in India seems to have been spent in great measure entertaining Carl's contacts and her own social circle although one photograph I saw her on their honeymoon they went to Washington. DC to see Eric Everard who'd been such a good friend to Carl they took an apartment on with seventy sixth street in New York Hitler during World War Two Carl had happened had known most of them while he wanted to live in Vienna Lucy did not after all that with two Indian children is labeled at these little girls she took care of for the first year they were New Delhi they lived in a modest bungalow but after we're here in New York as a film editor she had had some training in the field and because he was a shortage of working age men due to the war she was offered a position dark and so they parted although visiting back and forth she wasn't with Carl when he died in Vienna in nineteen ninety one nor with him they were moved to a much larger home with sisal staff after leaving India Lucy accompanied call to Geneva during his final year he wanted to return to Austria Austria by the nineteen eighties was culturally hungry for the great artists writers and philosophers who had fled Carl's country not hers she had acceded to him in his job in New Delhi and Zurich over the past fifteen or so years she was equally determined to go back to me does she have any blood relatives in the US however she does say that she and her younger half sister remained close all their lives her half sister perhaps Raoul Mated Lucy lived on for another sixteen years after Carl's death herbivore states that she died at age ninety in Conway Massachusetts bored with his technical writing job he felt he needed to do something more meaningful when Carl decided to work with the World Health Organization and was dispatched to India nineteen two thousand fifteen at age one hundred one preceded by both her husband and her son Herbivore doesn't make mention of Lucia Carl with her brother and how very talented Carl was with his art and writing and that Lucy and Carl complimented each other I hope that her in her career however car was offered a position in Zurich with the World Federation for the Protection of animals and there they stayed for the next ten years Lucy made work for but I viewed some of her own video testimony in the little time I had left at the Brandeis Library that day she spoke so warmly about her childhood relationship scattered at or near the morning star form in westwardly where she had so many friendships and memories Lucian Carl had no children nor did coaches and writes books about cemeteries if she could find any reference in the National Directory about where Lucy might be buried she couldn't not being a cemetery you for listening I hope you'll come back for the next podcast with my interview with writer and Co founder of Authors Without Borders Alberta Sequeira if you like this podcast please download and subscribe it's free and you'll find it on your favorite directory such as apple a person perhaps she was cremated if so were her ashes brought to the dubbing cemetery or back to Estonia or and this is just a guess might they have been when he was buried at the jobling cemetery I'm not a cemetery person she said she preferred to remember him as he was affect she thought he would be terraces daughter Marie Louise Lived Broad Lucy says nothing in the interview about the rest of her stepmother's life of her stepfather Raoul so many lives during World War Two I am appreciative. The assistance of staff at Brandeis University's archives and Special Collections Department Austrian than France on their own with their infant son Henry carried in a backpack they follow trails over the highest mountain pass not realizing who lived until nineteen sixty. She says he visited her. When Lucy was working in Lisbon he was there a Stencil as representative of the government to the government to Portugal however Lucy says he was actually a member of the resistance? Lucy sister-in-law Carl's younger sister lived in San Documentary filmmaker and president of the very FRY Institute for his encouragement special thanks to Jean dwed for searching for

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Zurck zur neuen Normalitt

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Wednesdays Houston Matters: Texas GOP Convention Plans, And The Week In Politics (July 8, 2020)

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Wednesdays Houston Matters: Texas GOP Convention Plans, And The Week In Politics (July 8, 2020)

"The Texas GOP is holding fast to an in person state convention in Houston next week, but convention speakers will give their addresses on video. I'm Craig Cohen Today on Houston matters as pressure mounts for the Texas Republican Party to move its convention entirely online due to Covid nineteen health concerns. We learned the latest from news eighty seven politics and government reporter. Andrew Schneider then we seek insight from the University of Houston. TORONTO, Cortina and Beth seamus will also talk with them. Them about thoroughly voting in the primary runoff election president trump seeking to exert pressure on states over resuming school in the fall and other political developments, plus why in administration program designed to assist area food banks is falling short of goals. We asked the head of the Houston Bank and check in on that food distribution, nonprofit and the famous unsolved mystery former Huston. Ian could not let go up. It's all ahead. These and other Houston matters follow this hours news. Good Morning. This is Houston matters I'm Craig Cohen, coming up mounting pressure against and a change in plans from the Texas gop over its in-person state convention at the Gr. Be Next week, also we check in with the head of the Houston Food Bank, and why a former Huston Ian could not let go of a famous unsolved mystery, but first let us be good morning news eight seven Eddie, Robinson, here with the latest on Covid nineteen impact on Greater Houston. I'm bidding good Morning Eddie about that. Thank you so much for that bid and good good morning to you greg. Look Texas has surpassed ten thousand new corona virus cases in a single day for the first time yesterday with more than twenty seven hundred people that have died due to the virus. Craig more patients good news are continuing to get better with over one hundred, eight, thousand estimated to have been recovering from the disease that's out of about two hundred ten thousand confirmed cases though the State continues to see record hospital admissions for the virus with some hospitals across Texas quickly running out of space for new patients. All this comes as the state looks to continue. Continue plans to start in person classes at public schools in the fall, issuing guidance yesterday that includes requiring masks now let's move to local impacts of the virus Craig. What we're learning is that new covert nineteen hospitalizations in the Houston area dropped significantly for the first time in more than two weeks on Monday. The Texas Medical Center says some two hundred sixty seven people were admitted Monday. That's compared to four hundred forty six patients on, Sunday. Newly confirmed cases of Covid nineteen, according to the mid center have continued to drop off each day and the. The positivity rate of those tested has been declining. It's now at around eleven percent that's compared to the peak at twenty two percent about two weeks ago, but MED center health officials are warning that situations can quickly turn for the worse still ICU admissions continue to rise at an average rate of four percent day TMC officials say they're in phase. Two of its intensive care capacity plan will that means that they're still having to convert some normal hospital beds into intensive care units now if cases continue to grow in the coming days the medical center. Center may have to move into phase three of its intensive care plan by July eighteenth right now. Nearly fifty one thousand confirmed corona virus cases are in Greater Houston Finally Greg I. Just want to mention this before I leave health officials over an East Harris County are investigating a covert nineteen outbreak at just sinto nursing and Rehabilitation Center. The investigation began after twelve people. They're tested positive for the illness back in mid June since then health workers have been actively monitoring about sixty people for the virus. Four people have died related to the Disease Greg. Eddie actually before you go. Can we go back to that positivity rate for a second I'm just thinking maybe a little context. is appropriate here as you noted, it's down to eleven, percent up from the peak of I think that twenty two percent ranch when he to about two weeks ago. Yeah, but eleven percents that is still very very high. My recollection is that the for example, some states in the northeast are requiring people from Texas and other states positively rates above ten percent have to quarantine for a couple of weeks. If they go travel to their states, if I recall that correctly and forgive me if I got a piece of that wrong, but my understanding is that you know that's still a pretty high rate overall even compared to. To the rest of the country that's right and you've had the health experts on your show to confirm all these percentage rates, so so they're keeping monitor I guess it's good. At least it's trending down at the moment so at lease, but like you said yeah, still high you know in situations can like you. You know it. It can quickly turn for the worse at any moment. Eight seventy Robinson. Thanks very much you got. Pressure has been increasing by the day on the Texas GOP to reconsider holding its State Political Convention in Houston in person while the Convention scheduled next week at the Georgia Brown convention. Center is for the moment still on last week last night. Rather. Kyle widely Texas GOP executive director announced all elected officials slated to speak. We'll do so via video. Meanwhile, Mayor Sylvester, Turner and And Congresswoman Sheila jackson-lee and Sylvia Garcia are among area Democrats urging Texas Republicans to consider a fully virtual convention instead in light of the surge of Corona virus cases in recent weeks in the state. The Greater Houston Partnership Tuesday joined that call as did, Texas Democratic Party News Eighty eight seven politics in government reporter Andrew. Schneider joins us now with more good morning Andrew. Good Morning What is the case first of all that the state GOP is making four saying no, no, we're holding this convention in person. Well they they basically they. They took a poll of dead. The leading members and came to the can came to the conclusion that. holding virtual convention at this point would disenfranchise members party They argued that. One one committee member Mark Ramsay argued that. When you look at people walking away from the screen, because it's not entertaining enough, you're disenfranchising people that would be absolutely laser focus better than in prison convention. but you know other than that? It's it. It's really difficult to to understand what the you know. What the what the logic behind did at this point? What what are the arguments that whether we're talking about? A public officials elected lawmakers so far so far as I can tell all democrats. Or even the Greater Houston, partnership which issued its opinion on this yesterday. What are the arguments are making against this? Basically arguing that having something between six to seven thousand people in a confined space would be a public health nightmare at this point. you know. As as you were just talking about with with with any you know, the the city is is in a very difficult position in terms of its battling with the virus. You know the we've heard phrases you know in terms of the city being at a tipping point being on the precipice of disaster in some cases. had the idea of. An event like this where you would desks early having have thousands of people very close contact, which is a very bad idea from the first from the perspective of trying to keep the virus under control you know, and that's just considering the people that are attending the convention that doesn't say anything about the people who work at the Convention Center that people who work in the hospitality industry that people who work in the surrounding towns, all of who being exposed as a result of having such a large group of people in a small confined space. Why hasn't Mayor Turner or governor? Abbott or anybody else interceded in simply ordered. This convention canceled like Safaris I can tell every other convention out there. Well it's. It's difficult for me to be able to read their minds, but. I think in Turner's case. We've already had a number of examples of cases where the. You know the mayor or County Judge Lena Hidalgo or other local officials. They tried to get out in front of situations like this only to be overridden by the governor I think that they they'd be concerned that that would be what would happen in this case. I, think you know. Governor Abbot would rather not have the responsibility of being the one. calling this thing to to a conclusion or have or making the decision to to to cancel, there's. you know it's. Neither one of them I want the responsibility of of of of of having to. Go out and make the make the final decision. What did Texas Democrats do for their state convention. They held it entirely online but they also made the decision considerably farther in advance, and the Republicans would at this point, so I think that's you know that's that'd be the really difficult move for Publicans. Fish Point is, do they do they have the the ability to Go to a virtual convention with less than two weeks. Notice they the Democrats I, think you know had made the decision considerably farther in advance. As. Long as these calls to to the Convention online are coming from Democrats. Will the state GOP simply see those calls as politically motivated? It's quite probable you know it's. It's very difficult to trade to to. Them to see and I think in in any other context at this point. the the fact is though as you know has. Were saying before the calls. They're not tireless. Coming from Democrats were getting organizations. Like the Greater Houston Partnership which. Has Been Very involved in the process coming out and saying that this is this is potentially a public health, threatening and the The beliefs simply exercise commonsense and shipping to an online format. You had the Texas Medical Association which had been a sponsor of the event pulling. Initially calling for the. Republicans to go to an online format then what? They didn't pulling out as an advertiser for the event. so it's you know. I think it would be difficult for them to choose to see it in in another light as long as you don't have beating Republican officials joining the ranks, but again we had when the when the Republican State Committee the Executive Committee of the State Party took vote. The vote was something like to to to one so it's difficult to see at this point who would be the one to publicly break ranks? As I said last night, the state GOP announced its plans to have its elected officials speak at the convention via video, so the Governor and Lieutenant Governor for instance will not be there. Do we know how that's being received by delegates to the convention that you know out of health precautions, leadership won't be there, but as you go ahead and meet in person. They it. It certainly gotta be raising some concern if he if nothing else can fix tickled. Andrew, Schneider covers government and politics news eighty eight seven Andrew. Thanks so much. You're welcome. We'll continue our discussion about the state GOP convention next with political analysts, haradim Cortina and Beth seamus in this week's political roundup, stay with us is Houston matters continues. This is Houston Matters I'm Craig Cohen? We continue our discussion now about growing calls for the Texas GOP to move its state convention set for next week at the George R Brown Convention Center Online, joining us now to dig in deeper into the political implications of all of this and discuss other developments in our weekly political round up our best seamus and Harare Cortina. They're both associate professor of political science at the University of Houston Ronaldo also co Hosts News Eighty eight seven party politics program, and is associate director at the Center for Mexican American. Studies at Uh Beth Horon Good Morning. As. I mentioned before the break the state GOP announced its plans to have its elected officials speak at the convention via video Beth let me start with you. How how do you think that is going to be received by expected attendees? You know it's yet to be seen. I think the reasoning that they gave for. It was not health, but they said that this is going to be done to speed things along, and to hopefully allow those who there who are there in person to get to the business that they need to do more quickly and more efficiently, and so you know I I think the the reasoning they gave for. It was not health, but for a matter of efficiency and actually to help. And to the safety of the convention whether it's received that way by the people who were going to attend. That the matter to be seen whether this causes some people who were going to attend these Seattle him knowing that you know they're not gonna get those live. In that same kind of atmosphere I don't know. What do you think? Well I think it's a I mean rather I guess Know Weird situation that you know political party. Sorry debating whether they should or shouldn't have a face to face convention when we have that, we're getting in in in. HOUSTON, so I mean one of the Bellinzona agencies that if something bad happens, he's a new search or something like that. Well, there's GonNa. Be some sort of accountability and we're very close to the election and voters are going to be even more receptive The situation November comes close. Beth what what you see is the end game here whether the state GOP? Continue to dig in, or might we see more if not? All of the convention moved online. I don't know you know Andrew was saying. We're getting down to the wire here and they're gonNA. Come to a point where there's just no turning back. and so I think it's. A state GOP continues to dig in I think it's looking more and more like this. He's actually going to happen. I think it's GonNa. Take some kind of. Grader third or greater problem in the. Area could potentially pushed it. On. Komo politically in a way, does it benefit both The state GOP State Democrats to have this fight essentially each shores up the far left and right bases over this particular question. I, mean yes. To a certain extent, yes, it would benefit both political parties, but also we have to be cognizant of WHO's the the the part of the main constituency of the Publican party. Right and dive is GonNa be a population that tends to be perhaps more likely to have very complicated issues if they get a copy nineteen, so they also have to navigate that that. People voters at the end. You know even if there are you know a Berry Republicans to say that and and one mole government intervention or whatever they feel, want the government to protect them and. The publican party does not have a positioning week. They put their constituency fares or tried to balance a consistency where. Political ideology, what not then? There's GonNa be some consequences in the ballot book. This is Houston matters. I'm Craig Cohen. This is our weekly political roundup. We're talking with Beth. Seamus and Ronaldo Cortina from the University of Houston Beth Let's let's turn our attention to to president trump on Tuesday. He said he will exert pressure on states to reopen schools this fall What sorts of pressure can he bring? you know there's the political pressure? Certainly I think there's maybe some. Funding that could happen. You, know I just think it's all very interesting. Approach given that we're seeing such different numbers and trends across the country, and this one size fits. All approach may not be the safest or smart way to do things there are certainly areas where the numbers suggests it would be fools might. Be feasibly done in a very safe way. and there's other areas where it's been get that. This may not be the best idea so. You know he's he can try to exert that pressure although I think we seen as the most of the response to everything else that there's GonNa be a lot of discretion, given to governors and say to. Craft fresher interpret with pressure. I guess in a way that's most fitting for their constituencies. However, the political pressure of having the president say schools need to open is certainly a factor in. Verona, we did see some pressure brought to bear this week. For Higher Education, New Federal Rules are prohibiting international students are will do so from completing fully on core online courses of study essentially. If colleges and universities don't bring students back in the fall. Some of those students could be forced to leave the US even if they're enrolled and have been living here. How is this rule being received politically? Well, I mean not only politically. It's. A very very low blow to higher education. Higher Education Solutions are very very dependent on international students and their national students things. I think around forty billion dollars to higher education across the country, so it's a very important blow, and not only in terms of of wipe the financial consequences of Spector's that he's already heard by these then makes, but also in terms of changing the rules in the middle of the game and also something. Something that shootings or even hey, education higher institutions cannot even think simply control, so also puts you know once again. The issue of health versus reopening at the core of of the of the political debate already institutions have said they're going to sue the trump administration, and saying that this is the mandates that these just to pressure them to reopen one way or the other. The president gave speeches over the last week that that establish some of his likely themes for the rest of the campaign between now and November Beth. What what are some of those themes? What what are we hearing from him? I think we're hearing a continuation of teams that were started way back in twenty sixteen really pushing culture war. Yeah, I! He hit very hard on monuments and this idea that our history being taken away and I think really pushing this culture and he talked about canceled culture, but I think that's the path that he's getting. Go Down You know. There was a press conference for somebody asked him about what you're going forward and. Installed a bit You know there's there's not a lot of steps in behind. You know this is. This is our plan for the next term so much as him teaming to play on people's anger people's disatisfaction. Quite Brinkley, racism is coming through in a lot of what he's saying, but I think what we're going to see from. Trump's making this election about. You know not any particular. But about a fundamental matter of culture, and the difference between right and left values and trying to push what he's fees are these conservative or right wing value. Arana Mo-. Can that work? How well I I. Don't I don't know how waiver I! Don't think that. The the the way that seem trump is bringing back You know previous stories. He's three of American Politics Right speaking to the silent majority that president, Nixon talked going back to the nineteen fifties issue of McCarthyism and tried to you know say that the boogeyman that the left going to rewrote the the so called American according to. But one issue that has changed dramatically over time. He's people's attitudes, especially very interim, so racial is writing so great relationship in terms of being more open society, and also in terms of a different demographic completion of electric ride. We have people died. obviously make some very conservative views maybe like the nineteen fifties, but now we have. Have a very important influx of you know millennial generation's Z's czar, inserting themselves into the political process and that by definition they're more open. There are more open to raise relations or more open to other different views that are open to having Lgbtq Rice. It's still that's going to complicate how the message is going to remain overall across the electorate. Best by contrast, what are we hearing from former vice president? Joe Biden, the presumptive Democratic nominee. Hearing too much and I think that's been the democratic strategy at this point is to lay low a little bit for now. you know what we do here is direct contrast. We hear calls for leadership. We call you know at believe everything Abberley soon. Really showing that this is not what a president going to. Be Doing. You know. Joe Biden easy to podcast and Wednesday You know by Wednesday. You know the the Bible plan to the Biden Plan for that talking about how we need to address the race issues talking about how we need to address, Sovan you again talking solid policy where we look at the the trump website? It's all this is what I. Look at all. These great things happened impact for years again. No real plans going forward. They're having a very different conversation. so. At some point, trump is press on. Hey, what your plan to the? so you know going back that question of. Is this GONNA work. It'll be a matter of how much gets passed. And how how much voters have been away and the importance of the fundamental values you? WanNa call them versus their concerns about really getting the economy going back in the direction that they wanted. Romo meantime We still have a another election to to work our way through were in the midst of early voting in this primary runoff election election. Day itself this coming Tuesday. What what are you watching for in these final days? Well I. Mean runner patiently here in Texas the one that he's going to be very interesting need. Pay Here. Voice West for the Democratic nomination for the US Senate that are going to run against junk corning in the November election. That's that's It's increasingly getting hotter and order MJ Hagar. He's pouring a lot of money into these last weeks to get the nomination, and also we have seen also very interesting trends insurance of early voting in prison on a mailing ballots. We have seen for example in Harris County. Democrats in in prison. He's going Libby Off The chart of charts, but also you know they're counties We have seen for example. In, in Calling County and Tearing County in Denton County, we see bad. It had gone up by noon. Beat interim. Democratic participation and also Republicans have having frees up participation for example. Be Hiring for bank Townley and I'm passing germ cells returning at least more male than than. Beth some other election news In recent days, the US Supreme Court this week unanimously upheld laws across the country that remove or punish rogue electoral college delegates who refused to cast their votes for the presidential candidate. They were pledged to support. For I how often did we see these so-called faithless electors? Is that Sunday had become commonplace ever. No No I think. It can interfere them one percent of the electoral. History and none of those selectors have ever actually turned in. It you know generally when we see depicted votes there. They're symbolic So again. You really have not been an issue in determining the outcome of any presidential election that we've had enough for, but maybe this is one of the few cases where maybe the Supreme Court is being a little more proactive in saying. This is not a trend. We WanNA see to up. I, mean you know the the word of twenty twenty years unprecedented? We certainly couldn't see. Some interesting thing happened with the upcoming presidential election What they've said. Is that no But again the ruling just says that the state has to have that kind of law punishment, place and a lot of things you have these kinds of of in laws and regulations in place, so there is still quite a bit of leeway that electors will have linked into twenty twenty. However if they are in elector in a place that had regulation in line then they will be held to them, and they will be held to. you know mean states have fine I think for individuals can do not cast the vote to their into into cats. Or AUTOMO- if they want in. A given state allows it. I guess theoretically somebody goes on. One of these electors could vote for Kanye West. He says he's running for president. Of course, he says lots of things. He says he's never voted before. He says his campaign slogan will be yes, and he tells a Forbes. He plans to run as a candidate of the birthday party. Because quote when we win, it's everybody's birthday. Unquote he also by the way, has a new album coming out, but I am sure none of this is about publicity, right? No, no I. I don't even know what to say. About. Kanye West I, mean he's an excellent. He's a very talented dad. He'll still hassle share these some sort of a president. Trump thinks that he's all wasting the meets with something is there interrupting Taylor. Swift. In in the awards ceremony or you know anything, he always wait always someone that reinvents himself. And now we have I guess one of the first supporters wives Elon Musk that rollback leader that he will. Haney way immediately. Beth, we're of course just four months away from the general election and and Kanye. West hasn't filed anywhere to actually run. It seems foolish to even talk about him and yet five years ago, folks said some very similar things about president. Trump I know it's not the same circumstances by any means, but is this both a joke and not a joke. I mean for the purposes of twenty twenty it, it's a joke. I think he already missed the deadline to get on the ballot. In least eleven, state again the process or especially. If you're not running ADS party candidate you have to, you know various varies from state to state. How you actually get on the ballot a lot of times. It's Titians signatures urging money the money I wouldn't be a problem for him, but like I said the deadline has already passed and least eleven or twelve and north, being one of the I mean certain places where you absolutely would not be able to win without getting these kind of electoral vote in these places but the third party candidacy is just. Not GonNa fly I mean there's just. Really good at PR and I think. It's OK that seem as Adema Cortina our associate professor of political science at the university, of Houston, Hirano, also co host news, Eighty Seven party politics program, and Associate Director at the Center for Mexican American Studies at Uh Beth Ronaldo thanks very much. Greg And just ahead, we check in on developments at the Houston. Food Bank and later why a former Houston Ian who wrote a biography about actress Natalie? Wood felt compelled to update it nearly forty years afterwards death. Stay with US this Houston matters continues. This is Houston matters. I'm Craig, Cohen more than a million people in Greater Houston are food insecure that means they don't have reliable access to enough affordable nutritious food. That's where foodbanks step in working with vendors nonprofits to distribute food to hungry Houston's the Houston Food Bank. In recent weeks has experienced stretches of increased demand relief was supposed to come in part from the trump administration's farmers to family's food box program designed to take food from farmers that would normally go to. To restaurants and deliver it instead to millions of food, insecure Americans, but it hasn't exactly gone as promised according to analysis just out Tuesday from Reuters the program fell short of its June thirtieth goal. Houston Food Bank CEO Brian Greene tells Reuters his banks got about sixty percent of what it was told it would get how come well? Let's talk through it and learn more about other recent developments at the Houston Food Bank with Brian Greene Brian Welcome back to the program. Greg is. The on this program? Thank you glad to have you with us. As we chat, we welcome any questions or comments. You have at seven, one, three, four, four, zero, eight seventy. You can email us at talk it. Houston Matters Dot Org, you can reach out on twitter at Houston matters. Why has this farmers to family's food box program not delivered nearly the food that it pledged it would. Well, it's still pledged. A did a heck of a lot I think that Alto first period we distributed about fourteen million pounds because of because of that program. Also, it was a lot ramping up something that was just a start. As is always difficult The when they put the bidding process out they they used a format that was different than what they normally would. Normally so USPA through the University Food Assistance Program. And the school commodity programs they're used to working with vendors to supply They used a different process this time to try and ramp up very quickly and a a number of vendors came online that frankly were not able to perform. And that probably well, at least in our case, that accounted for a good deal of our shortage There was an outfit out of San Antonio that. Mainly an event planner. They've never done anything like this before, but they've put in a little bit, and. I guess you know. They they got a very large contract and Texas suffered for that, so the vendors difficult environment something new, and then some of the vendors probably do. They just could not perform the way some of the other vendors because. This is just one of several programs and initiatives, though the that are aimed at helping food, insecure people and supporting efforts like yours right. Oh and Yeah, that's why I don't WanNa. Is is one that the first first round definitely didn't go as well. like a vendor in San Antonio. They're not in the second round. we do performance is is going to clearly go. we in grateful for that. It's not the only thing that USDA's doing is certainly knocking. Checks? Management, just doing and that's really been a huge part of what the naval us to surge on the distribution as much as we did. you compared this time previous year we distribute about four hundred thousand pounds per day six days a week. That's about ten tractor trailers worth of food. we during May and June, the average daily amount was it billion pounds. Per Day on average, so to announce times mental, all got would not have been possible if the community hasn't stepped up so much, help on, but also use agriculture experiment. Michael's are fixed permanent mercy management. To help us out so a lot of things. have gone I think he's worth well because we're talking about a very train time for people, but you know a lot of the responses well overall, though the biggest aid for families It was the was the snap. the the snap going to families but also the what they call a pandemic mean T-. electric benefits transfer for the families whose kids normally would have received the school. Fear reduced lunch. schools being pulled. They get but the families being eligible to get that amount. You know frankly those him out. are bigger than what you know what we did in. It doesn't doesn't get nearly enough credit. Yeah, you were just referring to schools among your many partners are some sites that provide the summer. Meal Services to in fact, Houston Public School Families last week. A number of the sites, not partnering directly with you had to temporarily close due to increased cove in nineteen cases in the area. How about the sites that you work with? Oh Yeah you know the sturgis is any Any Food Bank of city in this aside, and it's interesting businesses. we keep we keep operating on. We've got very strict protocols in place. lose one of the greenest. Frankly early on, we made with Harrison terrace health department said, look the let you keep doing these distributions on in the community, but you have gotten. You have to enforce that site are doing the stricter protocols. I mean the reality is. People are still gonNA. Get Sick, just trying to consider them. You know how many people get sick, so we don't have a hot tub. Developed. But it is challenging and so yeah, we just had partners that are temporary, but they're opening backup. We talk back in April about how you had to rethink how your volunteers do their work the prior to covid nineteen. You know they were typically side-by-side sort of working in assembly line fashion. I assume that's the. As the of gone on, you've changed that as much as you can. Yeah so. Normally, we we'd take as many of the thousand volunteers time and building the design to be able to do that and we limit volunteer shifts, two, hundred and fifty. so that we can keep people space out. does significantly reduces not only you know how many how much we can get one time, but the reality is that we don't. We don't have like a steady stream of all here, is we? You know we have A. New One day might be eight hundred people one day. There might be fifteen people, and we make it work here where you're always counted. One fifty created a real challenge. Your managed to pull off. You mentioned like two and a half times your traditional output, and yet you know limiting the number of volunteers, and how how has that worked? Well, it's it's just so many people stepping up in so many different ways. We've had so many companies like united. Airlines has been utterly awesome, too. So, they out of their baggage, handling facility, they ended up doing two point. Two million pounds worth of certain for. and so okay. They were doing there did they were doing good procedures? There but we had a debt The National Guard has been wonderful now. They're they're. That's stopping, but they have been with us for three months. That was originally supposed to be thirty days if that. Can keep doing this now. Reality, these are these soldiers. They all have regular jobs that generally pay more than what they're getting during the National Guard. Eventually, he can't keep asking that. but we that's enabled us to do so much more. We were able to spread that Labor out. in in the community so they're not. Everybody doesn't have to come here to do the work and then just you know so many different volunteers and companies doing projects, and it's been able to keep doing. So you mentioned. This output has increased so greatly, but has demand met that or exceeded that? well no food bank in the country man. I mean that's. Reality. You know works with the way we see ourselves. Ultimately, people need the income necessary to meet. And then you've got snapped the different than you kind like like this last line the the to try and health the beauty is because you know still volunteer driven that we have these -bility to be predawn flexible which gives us the ability to ramp up more, but I can tell you that certainly during March and April. and then early Param May You know they were way too many of the distribution. The food was out before the line and that was. it was so hard to just be able to get enough at any anyone distribution to keep up with demand so just just not overall damage, but the people that were willing to go. Stand or sit in line in their car for multiple hours in order to get food. You gotta be frigging on. Be, that We weren't able to serve them. All as we got later in May and June The shortage party distribution level goes with. Almost completely those things we're dying down and that was frankly with the The business opening back up stimulus check the the TV expanded snap and then of course, the PVC that helps a lot. You know that knocked out of a lot of demand. And our fear now is if if we have to go into larger and larger shutdown. WE'RE GONNA WE'RE GONNA see the same phenomenon that we saw in the early days. I definitely don't want to go back to. In the meantime, how can folks who want to help out the food bank either through donations or volunteering? How can they do so? Number one thing is absolutely the volunteering, so we've We've rented two additional facilities so that we can spread you know have more even more volunteers working as well as in the product our biggest issue is. and with the National Guard soldiers, and thank you so much so just all all you did for you. Good? With that with that winding down it's only gonNA. Be More of a challenge now. The Greater, Houston Community Foundation, united way they had this on for the relief and they've been sponsoring. This program was called. I get shift gun. You're aware hiring laid-off hospital workers you know of like on an hour. The contract basis you know to do shifts you know both the foodbanks by at also the different distribution points, and so we're hoping to expand that. You know weighing raising community foundation are getting any more money to do that. So I take a maybe the best first place to start is just look up the Houston. Food Bank Online, right? Oh Yeah, well, you not only see us. Go sit on tier, but also goes like the Needs Food Tab, and then you just you can see you know every every day where all the sites that are doing district. You can see the partners out there that if you see one that. Hey, this. This can even you call them up and I'm sure that he planned to have your health. Brian Greene is the president and CEO of the Houston food. Bank Ryan thanks very much. Greg. This was a pleasure having. Still to come. The unsolved mystery of former Houston could not let go of stay with us. Houston matters continues. Some of US can accept that there are unsolved mysteries unanswered questions, cold cases in this imperfect world of ours others, research investigate right obsess sometimes for decades, such may be the case for writer Suzanne Phan Stead who grew up here in Houston and wrote about crime in Texas, but maybe best known for her biography about actress Natalie Wood. That book based on hundreds of interviews was first published some twenty. Twenty years ago in twenty years after Wood's death now finstads updated with news sources and new information about woods, life and mysterious death by drowning during a weekend boat trip to Catalina back in nineteen. ninety-one instead tells Houston Matters, Michael. Hegarty, what she found and says would was a skilled actor in more ways than one. She was a good actress. It sort of playing natalie wood and playing that smiling. Smiling Star who was always looking to please, and she never talked about all of these sort of dark demons in her past she had a stage mother who was Machiavellian in her manipulation of Natalie who had her working from the time she was five years old and was supporting the family as a child actress. She kind of pushed her onto the lap of a director named Irving Picciotto. Who Happen? Happen to be in Santa Rosa. California where at least family with living and the mother knew that this movie was being filmed in Santa Rosa, and she wanted her daughter to be a star and the mother pianos I said pushed her on the lap of this director had her sing a little song, and it was kind of grooming Natalie to be not just a pleaser, but there was just something. Kind of. Oil and inappropriate about the way she would have. Natalie contact present herself to man and Natalie was such a dutiful child that she would do anything to please into never. Questioned anything. Her mother always told her. Not. You need to sort of go along with the program. Otherwise you won't get hired again. And this setup a dynamic that was extremely dangerous and damaging for Natalie. Who actually had some harrowing experiences in her ingenue period as a teenager with directors who seduced her? When she was a teen, one was forty three a movie star who sexually? Sexually assaulted her and threatened her life if she reported it, so she was really kind of a a Hashtag me to trailblazer in the fifties and the nineteen fifties. So you know all of those are things that I. Don't think anyone knew about Hollywood. In fact, even her sister Mona didn't know many of them, so she was really adapt at keeping these secret sorrows secret. For Women of her time, her era and Hollywood. It really did seem like she kind of did a lot of things that were ahead of her time. What kinds of things did she accomplish? She. Started to become very involved in the films that she did in terms of choosing her co-star and developing more independence and power, she had started a production company, and she was incredibly intelligent. I think that's another thing that people might not know about her because she was so beautiful, and there's often to prejudice against women who are beautiful and glamorous that you can't possibly also be highly intelligent and she was. was going to ask you. Since, we all think we know a version of her. And what she really like is is a real person that you were able to uncover. Well, that's one of the things that I founded during about her is that she was a real person? And that's very rare to particularly with someone who was a child star and carried on as a star till her last brass, she made that successful transition to become an allergy new in rebel without a cause, so she went from child actress to. New, and then she became a full blown movie star with Gypsy in West. Side Story and other classic films in. If you were to meet her, she was down to Earth friendly kind thoughtful one story that stays with me as a child star. She had a birthday during the filming of one of her wonder for movies I. Think it was chicken on Sunday and. There was a plan to have this big birthday party for little data early. And when she found out about this, she insisted on finding all the other kids who are either. Or had cameo roles or whoever they might be in. Have them all come to this birthday party? Because she didn't want this attention to just be on her, and that's reflective of who she was. and. You can't of course talk about her life without talking about her death, unfortunately nineteen nineteen eighty-one at the age of forty three. I know you had access to the Los Angeles Sheriff's departments files in the murder. What's on sorry on her death? No, you had access to the lesson. You said the right word right word. It's called the murder book. Yeah, you know one of the original detective on the case. dwayne Wayne. Razor investigating put that in quotes her drowning the first time around in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, one and I. You interviewed him at great legs, and he literally read his notes to me verbatim such as they were, and he happened to let slip that there was a murder. Murder Book for the Natalie Wood Drowning and I was able to get access to that, and it's now from what I. Understand missing so I'm really grateful for so many reasons that I was able to see it that I took laptop with me and took copious notes photographs, and from that I was able to essentially put together a case that was never put together because this was closed, the case was closed within. Two weeks officially, but really within about three days and detective razor just was so star struck by Robert. Wagner questioned him. It's Natalie Wood's husband for those who don't know that and there were four people on the boat for those. People who don't know the back story for people ought to vote off Catalina. Island and Natalie was missing from the boat on a stormy wintry night. It's really such a setting for a murder mystery which it was, and he questioned her husband for only five minutes. He was the last person to see her. Her body floated ashore started floating. Torture was in bloating onshore, but it was seen by coastguard helicopter. At daybreak, and she'd been missing for hours and hours. She went missing close to eleven PM and Robert Wagner I discovered from putting together a time line when I got access to the notes in the names in this murder book file. Did, not, not only didn't look for her. Restart looking for her until one thirty in the morning two and a half hours later, but he refused to permit the debt can't who was on the sort of cruise with them to look for her or even turn the boats lights on to try to find her, and it was you know as all of these facts started to. To become known to me and I put this sort of chain together it so harrowing and incredible. It was astonishing to me a that the case was closed two weeks, and be that none abyss had ever come out before I just felt as though I was sitting on this just time. Bomb and so I'm I'm grateful to have had the opportunity to get the facts. Facts out there. The Police Detectives Twenty thirty years later we opened the case as a result of the evidence that I uncovered I've been working with them in the intervening years, and they actually, and this is kind of not kind of it's astonishing. Her death certificate was changed after the case was reopened from an accidental drowning to just drowning and other undetermined factors and in two. Two thousand eighteen, it was ruled a suspicious death and Robert Wagner was named as the sole person of interest. So that's extraordinary. This was something that had just been swept under the rug, and I'm hoping that with a couple of the witnesses that I found that are in the new edition that there could possibly even be more developments and what had been a close case. When someone like her dies under mysterious circumstances imagine it's. I guess it's pretty easy for her death in some ways to overshadow her life. Unfortunately, what about her? You hope people will remember and tick away about the person that was Natalie Wood. I hope for the day when you say Natalie Wood that you think of her films and you don't think of her, Jess. It will have some closure that she wasn't someone who was so drunk that she stumbled into the water and caused her own death that people will have a better understanding of what happened and I think once people know the truth I think. Think that you let go of that fascination factor when you can see and read what happened, then you know when you have that sense of knowingness, you can release that fixation because you have that closure and you can remember Natalie Wood's for these glorious performances that she gave us, and she was just a one of kind performer and a one of a kind person. Biographer, Suzanne. Stat grew up in Houston wrote about crime in Texas and is the author of Natalie Wood the complete biography. She spoke with Houston. Matters Michael Hegarty And that'll do it for today's show. The Houston Matters Team includes Michael Hagerty Joshua's in Brenda. Ruiz's and Brenda Vel David Pittman is our technical director rumored to join earning news for another Houston matters special edition today at three on eight seven on tomorrow morning show following up on a recent chat about how to talk about race. We discuss microaggressions what they are what they are not, and how the concept has taken hold in university settings, but maybe not so much in the work day world, and why that is also there downsides determining drivable streets into walkable ones. We'll discuss. I'm Craig Cohen Join US tomorrow for those and other Houston maps.

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58: Life in the Peloton The 2014 Giro d'Italia

The Cycling Podcast

1:13:03 hr | 5 months ago

58: Life in the Peloton The 2014 Giro d'Italia

"The the word that comes with the is now. I think everyone says you come home with stories of any rice in the county is something that's going on and there's something to told there is a real saw. I think feeling like the the real people that log saw. I think down to its core. I think Liz in year I think that teachers a the epic of the dull marts the mountains history of it the passionate of the papal food. I just think there's something about the Jira that that is softening wrought down to its goal for me. It's the passion of the fans. It's a it's a different feel I think also when I thought about cycling as a kid I thought of the thought of Italy the country for me Francis obviously massive with the France and everything. But for me the Tudor France is a different feel. You really go there. The people are so passionate and it's a different field but yeah the people that just amazing the country's so beautiful just from experience that first year in two thousand fourteen. Maybe really fall in love with Pie. Guys it's Michael had been here from Richardson. Scott doesn't fourteen year was my first grain too and that was drew. Mark Pro Rice in Italy's an amateur in young twenty three in one day rice in the most enjoyable. Rice's but I've got a site once I take professional and doing more stage writing immediately. I really fell in love with it. I think the people that are around the rights to coach is no other not many other countries in in soften domestic I up to billions for the for the classics with the grand to a rising the Italians. They really get bonded and real family. Feel to it that Rice. I think a lot of people say spot. I feel the fans of the best in the world on link average. I currently Rod for Mutual Fund. Scott back in two thousand and four eight through hugh professional and second grandeur lost. You was the first year I did the year in a long time. I did to it in twenty fifteen. I didn't do it again. Until Twenty nineteen and odd forgotten pal. The jury went and just an example is we were waiting for the team presentation. And May Jack Bauer and Brent Order. Thought we'd go get a coffee and it was just pull the presentation and walked into a bar. We sort of closing united. He signed for the Jiro today. Waiting for the presentation coming coming coming in the United Open night as a couple of de Casts Guy Viscous Dada and the end of the day. I went to go pie. And he's no of course of course for the Jiro anything and gave us a free coffee and cake and we went back down and I was just lot forgot like they just really love it. It's the passion of the Italians. It's Graceland your didn't get on Lancaster. Currently Sports stricter same fifty the read the Jira nine times to Ice Jira sets ups and downs. The weather pay shocked at any time since announced that actually the of is beautiful rice in the world. It's it's different to to know stressful. The DONALD COMING NEXT I in US BEAUTIFUL OF I. It's sort of unpredictable race Things can happen hi. I'm Peter Raining already. A longtime professional. I actually don't know how many years but a couple of years Robin Four Years Green Nets and the last four years with debrum bought two thousand fourteen. That was a special edition for me. Good Good Group of guys a lot of fun nice victories. You've got a mix of guys over data guys that come from the classic with the classics with good form and some other guys who yeah who go for T- She It's yeah it's a bit different than too because the tour everybody is one of the percent prepared for that and then it's also quite a few guys that come from Spring Classics. And just try to do something. Good Way with the shape day stale having man on the calendar of races throughout the year. It's it has to be the craziest race of any of them. My name is Swain Tuft Road for Orca Green Edge and this fourteen zero goes down as probably one of the most memorable grand tours I've ever ever experienced Enjoy the stories. It stands out for me as as the one race. That like all the people complain about whether protocols and all that kind of stuff just doesn't apply and the racine is just mental. It's one race where I feel like. There's just no control and it's just kind of May have called the time it's like. I said that that year as you know we went over the those two mountains where everyone knew it was snowing. You could see. It was snowing when the valley we were standing in. The organizer was still convincing us. That somehow is going to be okay and that It wasn't snowing at all of their. So you know it's just. It's that kind of mayhem in that kind of uncontrolled beauty that I like the Italian culture stands out to me started mobster official period at first grand through the really soft place for that one. Yeah definitely a combination things. The fans sable fantastic. It's a different VIBE. Leeann general the JIRA has different Dana. The rice a gallon. Why not what? I had ten years of professional road saw close and now I'm in my thirty as sports director. Back in two thousand and fourteen. I took the Arcade Greenwich Boys Moth Fourteenth Grand Tour Two thousand fourteen journey. I know you've probably got a euros mixed up your but I think we've sort of quote up to what was and trying get to that day before now off alluded to the boys a little bit about what we were feeling in. Now I WANNA get into sort of like what your head was locked because could be all bullshit and all his like a wadi was talking lock authority one these thing and what was the feeling for you the day before the rice rain that hotel they it was wit infamy always feeling an all the boys are feeling like Jano favorites. Heave it Nervous we're doing these efforts with quality. And what was the feeling for you on the on the outside coming to these expectations? You don't ask n even team having on you Armenta being in Dublin. A pretty won't That part of the world was pretty grim. Diane we had to go there and do some some quality offense and our member of a not medtronic foreign a good pace rod. We lived on the Max and we went for a couple of broad from the self according to try to find a site Friday straight ride and we eventually found. Ira was good as we could find. Always does is a little bit stressful. Just because United Entertain Tom She can go wrong pretty quick. You you are on General Rudd's A car a British choices main quality behind ours rise does not live on the ride. So advice you guys. Were doing the experts. We'll behind you. We found that of road. It was quite a big variety of challenging at. Rossa as died before to get those if it's done Fearing as because actually sometimes is it that if it's done before actually hotter than the rice was confident of Building of the group. We had we. If we rode as plan that we would win at all. I was excited. I get pretty excited about ray rice. In general we had three or four teams Doesn't fool already. I'm probably didn't feel as much of Wadi was sign and that pressure that is sort of talking about because the year before had gone to the Tour de France. And that's where we won the teams Dontrelle. When we had the Yellow Jersey with a B and somen Gehri- a probably remember Myanmar's just about the team. Sondra just because I know that we can we We had a squall debt. Could win that died all the first stage and the Diet full was just those pre knows that you normally get on the big occasion Our member of discussions about what? We're GONNA do. It was rining because we're an all island and every day was neely Ryan and Orlands since we got there and yeah probably just by owing news About the Reis and that we could and possibly Type Pink Jersey. I think the the day before it was. Yeah this strange vibe like Wadi was Guba confident that we'd already have. We are that Pink Jersey on our shoulders And it was basically a decision of. Who's GonNa wear it sort of conversations and we're also looking at each other like who's GonNa wear it and then yeah. We went out and sought Doing those t t t f. It's out on the road and yeah I remember Debo and swine. I just tearing us a new one on those those rows that you feel like you in a to begin you need to constantly keep changing back all the time that's If I remember correctly a wasn't raining that day so that was That was a bonus but I think it was raining the day before or something. We did a rod outside which was quite sketchy but we were all quietly. Very confident confident. But in the end Tripathi has to come together One guy has a bad day. The whole team has done the way why he did it from really messed us up but I think in the end gave us massive confidence to go in thinking. We're already winners. And I think that's he's. He's way of boosting people's motivation to get the best out of him is to already plan ahead of what we're GONNA do once we've won a certainly thought game with the show we had. We had a great team there. But also AIDS your tell you it's one of the biggest rices on the calendar in into go there and be the best team on the Is Thing together? But he as you said. Why'd he was very confident? And I think gases as Rod as well Quad confident back to do it on the is another thing so I guess it's one of the reasons why he just makes the special that authomy you. Never WanNa do a Tame Sandro ever in the win and I think a steel not fee that but a still really done enjoy that I up until of trust myself to go well in an atoll in the that just with everyone else around you so close to the wheel going sixty now. Sounds like one of those things that just you really just don't want to so the amendment dies before we we wrote in and Typical Island. Stahl at sort of a beat rainy and was dying. This beautiful hotel out in the countryside and everything's green but the raisin. Everything's green because it Ryan's the buddy on there and we go out for the die before effort and die before effort is generally horrible downfield. Right now owns bloomed up properly noah's nutrition promptly. We've probably just got to the hotel. The die before errands maintained presentation. Laggy few just to be the. May I always like to go really hard? The die before just to sort of sit on my own Earth's sorry I'm planning in my head that decision on just GonNa go for and not to hurt anyone else. It's is purely for me to just as hot as a can to blow adult those cobwebs and settle knows for the tomorrow but doesn't necessarily bring a lot of unity in the tame if one guy wants to have a really easy die for the die before so then there's this sort of you know just fancy between someone to someone doesn't WanNa go this person months ago in between this gauze nervous about know if you nervous about tomorrow you just want to show like a good good and so then everyone so. I'm not sure what show and then we're on open. Traffic is caused flying by you. Go to find his annoy. Strike Court Road in Belfast. Which is nearly impossible and Wadi in cody given us the lie of the land of what I want you know they want us to do five. Komo. I'm not sure what it was but above rice above Rice Pisces. Just to sort of an lie. I don't have a hell of a lot of memory of what happened but I know had some fun. Discussions afterwards and minor had a bit of a chat with me afterwards about bit silly and going to heart but I wasn't trying to do a pissing contest. I was just to out Michael webs leading into that Jiro. We'd worked together a little bit that group few of us but we will rue young. I guess we didn't really manually bind the pressure because it was just sort of like it's out and Dune you know it'd be go rip it It's some Goslett to go a little bit easier. Some guys like really open up and lock the door by might not be on a diet where he goes on really gonNA open the pizza and I always fall on that. The mating afterwards is trying to trying to bring it back to get up and just like the guards that freaked out because some guys down soldier. Strong you try to just die before you know. It doesn't can't tomorrow. We're going to all be on song and the Proper Wall Map. And you just trying to bring you back to that science spot warnings. What is the conference? Some strong boys in 'cause they're doing swine EPI a Wayne What a strong for that guys in Glue Super Nas Diet need United United States. You could pull a good on taint don show real solid rod is and I guess banning what his confidence bit designed time. Don't WanNa go and I recall announcing that costs Ryan Wet. Yeah some guys are actually really really strong and training so other guys Some are auto guys can do like this. This This extra ten percent in the race but some some guys are also down like they totally can give him for fully one hundred fifty percents half in training and yeah for me. It's the same you know like it's it's a bit different so elway was suffering in the training actually more than into race because as you have to sort of race stress and training is something different. You know like an also into wet. I didn't had a motive facing for the training. Actually but yeah. It's yeah it was good to get some some some attention on the muscles and let's say it worked out well for us. We'd all say the circuit was a city circuit. There was a lot of Paul's that actually to is couple of teams out and the difference with having a wet to team. Sandra could admit the difference between winning or losing that We could make a strong statement if we had a totally wet team. Song against changing the titled. Roy wouldn't have been enough so I remember being pretty stressed With the weather and looking at the right looking out to sea and saying the weather changing seventy times and then Wants the starts. We had spoken individually. What a what role was remember. Your role was putting one hundred percent to go to the castle. I remember Santa Maria deb. Because he was out. Suppose Jason Rawda that he was going to see on until the the the White Back. The big guys oversee. They're always go at hot. Give you guys a lot of recovery So you can get your job. Done windows will use. His role was back enroll. Everyone had their individual role in on those a Lotta Aligned team Sonnenfeld can hippie advice. Fine solid all. I was really confident in that group. The thing is we weren't really From memory we went into much Tajiks because for memory quick set would definitely behind us and I think they say who was second and third row behind it so I think we're going go at the whatever we were going to do. We're going to be the through this shakes so it was going to be pretty relevant. Tom Checks that I do remember. Having some caging had two point we've met how in cutting into corners what to do with us. Sandra you sort of think yourself as the ten cents you can if Struggling pooling he run whatever that might be any relevant information as will the course for the first is obviously right up the middle of town so we were going to be up to see that until rice die but I do remember sort of. Dade are shrouds training on neither hotel teams. Tom Trial Free Rice sessions. They newly end up the sign. Some God's tease some Gaza of full of confidence. Few question marks going around but Yeah I think especially at a big event that it's a sign it's world championships. Triple t's in everything. You Really WanNa try now that last session. You show Teammates you've got. You also want to prove yourself. The you're ready so They they normally end up quite intense and then levels once you get to rice to everybody. Very warm welcome. Let Court Sarasota the ninety seventh jodhi Tania the purest grand to and a race that is always as beautiful as it is challenging and a very very warm. Welcome already the stall of the rice Belfast. Titanic THIS YEAR. We start in the island. No rain at the minute. And it's time for Ourika Greenidge. Some would say looking at their lionel that. They've based their judy tally around getting the Pink Jersey winning the stage that came second last year. The World Trade Team Champions time-trial championship for me but with men likes fine to to his thirty seven by the way. Happy Birthday to him. You've Camera Maya Michael Matthews. Lancaster is a strong strong team. Time trial up to my role was one of the strongest Gaza detainment and that was I'm Tom Trellis and teams Tom on a mine for four days in my career. So familiar was abouts pulling long tunes swine. Tough was s strongest. Rawda Buffon on that team but for me was more about Supporting Smiling Wadi always establishing new pool as long and as hard as you can without dropping the speed. I think it was about planning about minute pulls pool knee and so I got the front goes house again for a minute and get off the minute and then get off and then I just found that like I think it worked out with probably going to be I turns maybe non turns of the Max but then a no because we had such a strong tain and we had such a good bond with everyone that I always go out with him mentality. If I go as hot as I can and I'll get dropped that psyche. Because he's going to be enough is to get us to the lawn. You never think go from here to the finish. You goes hot as you can and if you get to the finish that skype but if you don't it doesn't matter because you've got. I strong guys with you. That will get someone they will have thought cost of along the show. Because we've got a strong enough team probably allies Mr Control also consistent. Wadi always goes we came. He will deliver his dance. He'll be smooth. You get to the finish get droughts which may out a little bit of pressure on my shoulders. I always feel at times but I'm not one of the big draw the huge be POW. What's that some of the big engines? Do in the beat boys like Lancaster and Hippie do possessing the teams Dontrelle I can hold my own in the tunes and base smooth than bring some of my track cross the Angel Teams Dhanjal. Say just trying to be smooth consistent going to get to the lawn. Think behind Sueno and DEB. I'll probably I guess the third strongest guy. I couldn't quite do the turns that those guys doing but I wasn't too far behind say I just needed to make sure that I could hold their pace full as long as I can. I guess like the rest of us Just trying hold the whale and knocks not dropped. Think that was a big part of my. My role was to stay with the team and get to the finish normally. I can finish quite strong so I can try to do some. Some big twins was the end. If I save a little bit from the stock those climbing there too which Someone ripped it up there grinding. My teeth going up there but Yeah I think from the way. Why do you was talking day before I wasn't even an option to get dropped? There was there was only one thing we had to do that day and was win a Gulf of me and I think what was expected of me on that day myself as well but in the Rod itself. I think I started second position oil. Normally when you had that job in sick physician locked the first minute is crucial. You obviously have to get up to speed as fast as you can without putting yourself attainment to too far to the Red Sox It's really really intense at first minute after thirty seconds sometimes you already at hundred nine hundred ninety bates not too far off you. Maximum site guys are into the rate bicycling route from the beginning. You know winning journalists pumping nerves there in your on the big stage but one of the things. It's always you minded in those. Instances is just not to stuff it apple allied. I've or something like that. You know it goes by heart. Pope around thirty seconds tunes advice. Remember the color of the parliament. Has those absolutely beautiful setting with once again with paid waiting at the front. Put his feet into the red. Luckily was a technical that on our outlet bicy- capable together and Finish finish across along with the minimum. Raw is weak de la in emily successful letter. Just go as fast as you can. Just kill yourself in that draw defenders. We sort of mixed the group of riders. I think for the big guys you know like the. Let's say the guys that come from the track day already guys. The that could give the team on the flights some speed for or like me. It's it's You have to watch out if you go climb that you don't kill the team you know like if if it was my turn and then it's a if I do my as on the car would actually what I did as well so you have to be careful that you don't kill the other guys on declined. Because he had they give them for fully one hundred percent on the flat already and they are a little bit heavier so you can make them suffer on the climb and that's not A. That's not the plan. You have to stick together as a team. I think everybody everybody did. His role perfect cost does the cat as well. Because I just remember I think moderate seven detained kate to the castle. And you egos going classes sixty now. Scientists eating on window doing one show Be Full bodies and when we go to the castle left just remember you causing now that was launched across the right wing was tightening from Roy lists and there was. This crab was incredible by nine. No-one not expected such a big reception in nonylphenol in northern. It hasn't often he street all or maybe with with rushing Kelly. Bit Crabs incredible. And I this guy. The castle and knowing the owner on a good one he And even even the 'cause the dissents sometimes I'll have to look away because his that castle and it was a ninety degree Roy. Hand the truth you kind of have the pop and had ninety degree right hand onto the straight right there was. It was a manhole product through on the side of the corner and it was a series of manhole covers on the lift. The ones common Remember once we got through those as you. Koji into the middle of the Ride Day outside. We are here. My history team time. Trials was just the fact that I I never really had like a super turbo. Like derbies and happy in these guys who had big power always just consistent throughout the day like my power. The beginning was similar to what I do at the end. It's not a lot to think about you just have to like. I always find. It's like you have to handle the first five K. Get through that and then you can settle into something that you can that you can maintain but That's usually been my role for all the team time trials and it just happened to be one of those days. You rarely get while racing. Usually get him out training and I felt fantastic this day. But you know with with the wet roads and and just the nature of the course. It was still quite stressful. You know I remember like you know the team time. Trial was kind of my thing and it was something like I really loved and it was something I really believed in. It was kind of part of my role on that team to kind of help kind of everyone because I was part of it. It's one thing if you're a director you're standing from the outside and you can see what's going on from the car but when you're in it you can. You can feel those things you know so I felt like my role was to really make it clear to some of our our writers who you know. Some of them are just massive talents. They can't help it and I remember going to win dog and say look if you find yourself on the front Before this climb you have to remember all of us have like twenty kilos on you. You have to step off and get to the back you know. Make sure enough. We dog was on the front riding seven hundred watts. I remember. Everyone was just cursing and screaming under their helmets and But no one could actually do anything and then Derby did the one of the most mature things I've ever seen him do is take over the front and ride a controlled pace over that climb and that saved our race if he wasn't there in that in that part of the lineup to actually take control. It's at that point. It's only way you can settle down a team. You can't yell and a radio you can't. There's nothing you can relate to a team at that point. That's on the verge of detonation. Only thing you can do what what Derby did and I always you know I. I'll remember that part for the rest of my life. But there's there's there's a lot of things in within that day that were really special but I think that one stands out because that was the point where we were either going to make or break it for sure. The clone stint sticks out for me. My memory of that Rice was the first row is that we went towards the Khlong and Sueno. Did these mammoth pool. We sort of come out. We'd sort of CETERA. Monroe good sweat feeling good. And then it was just all just like really be legs and was assists lot up hugh drag and it was like hitting towards Lap around the clock and you came back down the strike and we went in and done his rubik pull and swine onto the always was on. Swine is wheel and I was lot arm on really hurting second wheel and swine as Mafia don. Really pull and on my and we go again and we get to the clone and swine pulled into an. I'm pretty sure he went left. And a real Kane. Kane is a bane to get to the top of the Karma swayed perfect and I've heard sale as because we wanted to get everyone over the cloth together. Kazan as a unit collectively. We would be a lot faster coming hunt. So we didn't want to drop anyone on the clone. Swine is like tactically astute when it comes to change Sandro. He goes easily because I'd gone black. A Guy Seven Hundred Watson. Go to the top of the clock. Whichever own would so. I'll just on okay. Swayed all Lazio of sat down and east and Wayne Dome sneaking. This is the Tom that Luke's slowing down. So He's gone. Oh takeover now but always sort of just keeping the group together up claw rotting like a steady pace don't just stepped out Lockett's to Calbert amstel gold out of his saddle is most attractive Walker. Ought to have the saddle but out of TT. Walking era helmet block side Tucson. And he's just taken off of stadium capacity like to k three K Fossa own the a Mug Yama finished Manja. But what's he doing? He's just such a strong Boston and He's gone for and honor and then I've looked back and then you've looked at me and I remember that little. He just looked at me and he just killed you the gap and so. I've just gone from I wheel stripe sick and we in Wayne dogs even get me and I'm not I'm just gonNA limit on the poor the new and everyone the everyone in the group says light squeezing. Wayne not steal a win Win Lincoln going now rank and a going and just looking around Liberty's lips the hill is definitely in my mind that waiting when step down and say and then all of a sudden I started hearing at the back of the law and as the hallway that he'll just came here in as because we go to somehow get seek seven goal is over this heal and Wayne is dancing away from us like it's the Cowboy Games gold fiendish and yeah I just I just remember the yelling that claw for US decide to get off ending Are Amid Win yourself and a couple of others done appeals and ongoing and it's just started to sprinkle sprinkle with Ryan on comedy so my loss tune on gown on Ross on the year on my last ten but I know I have to get back home because I have to finish with the father that we need cross the line and just dodger Orion just to make a little sketchy little bit harder to get on the wheel admit harder to accelerate out. Kona and I remember Hepi coming through for these turn off to me and I had to get on the back and just go at get back on and luckily I think I was looking or out of everybody could hold wheel if you go up that. Climb and stop how way and drink a cup of tea or show. Yeah Okay Yeah if you want to do writing like that okay. That's that's also nice but then you never win racist so show. Yeah no it was. It was all necessary. I remember I was still doing the base and I looked over my shoulder and everybody was still there and also after that climate also did like all this is decent and as I on the flat as well so to give everybody sort of arrest. Yeah that's the thing like you can kill people on a call but then you talking over climate is was just a just a hail of four five hundred meters so if you go to slow over dead one and you lose twelve seconds all ten seconds you you never gonNa get it back in in a team time-trial of six seven or eight gay. You have to go everywhere on the parkers you need. You need to go like four fully percents with the whole team so if you like. Oh Yeah we go a little bit slower. Okay that's Nice. But why do you get a seconds back not in the DC afterwards afterwards? It was only probably only four K. More all the flat. And if you already you lose your speeds yeah. I think it's gone. You know like if you if you accelerate again on the flat and you going in hour or less of the on the finish line is on. That's GONNA BE. Maybe ten seconds so yeah. Few like swine was building towards his last pull throughout the route. The rice he was doing mammoth dunes. Meena pools minute and a half of the law. Detained Sean Charles and to Tom Trousers Finer and he starts to get this. Bit Of Rock on bombs saw two saw any taxis. Dan a little budo somewhere may did that a lot when they come at. The top of their top of the climb Sancho made a little bit up to Windsor not the comet to about but the dishes one little. Ross for it to the finish I could see swine. I just look at these leaps like yeah. This is the moment I was slot downhill fast and then it was just like a couple of corners and and flat to the finish and swine is just started opening up and you can side gave me wrong getting a refund in you sort of thinking. It's know you're in the wheel tucked away. Who's on the front row? Must be gone pretty quick here. Sixty guys now. Whatever but and then eventually just doesn't stop and you think Akai will scouring ins going and it's going and it's just kit telling on thinking swines meant to finish first but he's on the front now gonNa Blow. We lose this because swine on the front. Now he's GonNa Katie garlic. We'll slow down and then just didn't just keep going. I was just like Scott inside third. We'll on Matthews and Matthews foster overseas. And we're all just tried to stick out in Phoenix. Saw It on. You know something like I like. We probably should be gone quickly. Are Probably go next to him. And we'll finish together. Papa ahead AH here we go sprint sprint up next this minor and I'll just start exactly where I was. I should have just died in the wheel unless just pushed the next one hundred watts for the exact same thing. We all just like moved out of the line. Let's just like it'd be a we need ice inside. The exact scientists was like swine matthews became whatever waned and we all just not finishing saw us on could it. He's he didn't even get out of saddle that final ton of Spina that I think he did literally one one a bit capable offer his last time it was. It was unbelievable. How much power. He had at the end of a triple today. Where we're all on our hands and knees coming to finish. He kept pulling. It was honestly lucky. Had an engine he's black. I don't often get dropped in any sort of discipline of cycling but this was pretty incredible on the flat. I I would love to look back at my power of what I was doing on the wheel and see what he was doing. Because that's something that really in my head is just it's incredible and that's that's one thing that really thought the rice like this guy deserves the if we do win. He deserves these Pink Jersey because he's the strongest and I'm just talking about the race. I'm not talking about what he did in the past by just in this race he was next level he was. He was about the soul. I don't think I've seen anything like that ever again since that day. From anyone. Honestly well you know. It was one of these rare moments where you actually. Everything comes together on the race day. I'll never forget that poll for the rest of my life because I if I tried to replicate that now. There's no obviously there's no way but it was just one of those special moments. You rarely get in sport. It's like I will remember that to the day I die as like a time where everything sync together. Yeah it would be hard to try recreate. Let's just put it that way but I remember that final term because normally my mind would have been like off the front. The way that I felt was like. No I can. I can take this to the end. And there's no one who will rise faster than me and that was that was my mindset and like looking back now like I think I still have the file and I rarely look at stuff. I really only looked at these things during team time trials but it was like something six hundred twenty. Watch for like a minute and a half you know and like for me. I know I hate to say numbers and all that stuff. But that's that's a proud moment of my life where it's just one of those rare times where everything comes together and you you can really do something the stars this line and you actually put it together at the right time in the right place and that was just that moment for me so we had foster's love them said before the fastest teams all the favorites behind us. It is bit of an agonizing white. We had a little bit of wet roads but the for the older teens behind us. The weather was designed so we knew we had. We'd had done you guys done such a great. Roy Was GonNa always very concentrated now. One was gonNA Once we started with first launch for quick and already seven seconds down Of on the first launch chicken knowing how much you guys had riled teams entre from start to finish it might not say much seven seconds. Five seconds whatever. It was but annoyed with the locks off the glossy weighty might have fast and Mu once we had that I checked up all is very very comfortable. It is a nerve wracking. Were wrecking now. White was was call. We'll had big heavy jackets on will whiting wouldn't have been ten degrees at. I think and we're not Whiting air stage and is watching the watching that. Come through and saying An astonishing victory and looking around the room. Now remember looking around out. The room feels go is quite nervous does yet go is very Some very conservative blinks staring at the television was hiding under a chair. And then once we crossed over that law This warnings were. They're always there. Everyone was hugging in. I was just such a special before we went up on stage and And you guys went crazy the As well in my career in well especially with Ourika love is my whiting. The law same financial watch some of the fibers coming. I think it was wasted. Pretty taught like today's always taught. When coming just behind us we we knew we had demise feeling to share with good for instance that same so special Like everybody is breaking it. Y'All with champagne and So yeah it was. It was really nice but that's also now I remember it again. What'S THE WEST. Actually some tension on the team as well because that was our day and yeah we were going all flat out for the team time trial and there was no no Tamara today. Let's try to win dish and that we will see tomorrow and Yeah if you win that day you know like the tension is off. Everybody's happy you know. Every is sort of a relief so yeah I still remember. That it was a was was funny. But but also it's also all the guys will guys wherein the team you know. We're all little bit you know like Like if you have something to celebrate and going to celebrate the party was probably the best part of the Diet that why just to have old of us up there. There's some really close friendships in that group into say cyanide. Who would Beta Potter Simultaneous Dontrelle? Pull on the Jersey a main. It didn't it didn't hit us until even though we confident we could get resolved and everything I think. Once we're on that hardy and we just let go would we finally Ozzy's we actually did it all these build up that we're GonNa win and we can wean and Yeah I just think we had quite a young team as well. We had young as saying. I just remember that podium was so enthusiastic in just Malaysian that we wanted those champagne bottles. Yeah the massive just the confetti full in on us and everything that it was just a drink countries that was precision thinking back to that team. We had not stephen that Jiro but in that year it was. It was a family and I think sitting in that tent sitting with the best might and you you make in history that moment if everything came together if we will the Fossett's team we're GONNA be the first of staging Jury Italian and to wear the Pink Jersey for the next few days because it was basically sprint stages. There was so many things going through all of minds in that in that one moment which I don't think any of US really prepared full. We knew we had a good chance. But yeah like I said before has to come together on that one day in. I think like we spoke about within the team before the race. That we're GONNA make sure that swain across the finish line. I it being his birthday and what he done for the team. I think also that came into that feeling when the last few teams coming across the Finish Line. I think it was quick step. That was closest to us. That feeling that swine I was going to wear the Pink Jersey for me was awaited. The most exciting thing all of like he's committed so much to all of our success helping even when there's no success but he's just one of the most genuine guys out there and I think for me Those years that we were together in the team I was a young guy very naive and not really knowing the will though even cycling in any sort of aspect but he was always one that I could go talk to. I had had some sort of problem or I needed some advice than he was. Always there and to share that moment with with that guy that was about to wear the Pink Jersey. Yeah I think he can see on his face. The moment that we realized we won. He instantly. He didn't know like he's like well. I'm going to wear the PINK JERSEY. I think between Oles friends obviously happy about the win but for me that was mole within the win of the stage. I think you know a lot of us have been part of different groups organizations and things throughout the years but like on that in that moment I was with like my brothers with like my best friends and you just you don't get those moments like in in life it's like man it's something that reminded now that. I'm removed from the sport is like those are some of the best moments. It's not about like okay. Yeah to win. The stage was great. But it was that moment with you guys and what we did through like through all the ups and downs in that build up to that that time it was. Just what a feeling and it's it's something I always think about to this day and it's not about how great we were how we had the Peak Jersey and all this crap. It's it's it's that moment where we could truly be proud of one another and like you. Just don't get those moments a lot in life. Yeah we had a really tight team that year when you go to rice lot data really close group of friends and you're able to achieve what we did in that first sight's it's obviously going to be special but it was. It was other things like swine is birthday. He was in the Pink Jersey on his thirty seven thirty eight birthday. He was really respected person in team. So we roll over the moon for him and yet teams in great spirits began party and we will carry it on a bit is good fund took over the party with Suzanne Phan Sprays. Remember taking selfies together before not to the party member off. The party would jump back in the Boston. We still had Adler we still had those massive bottles of up Shampoo Six ladies of sprite off of so I remember. Everyone was on the boss. Like will the staff they went into the boss padlock thirty people on the bus back to the hotel sitting around playing music dancing drinking the rest of the day one of three weeks so it was good fun but I remember going to the opposite of that not WanNa rant complying with that I I G- of of one for the year When we sort of thought? Wow like we're all just a is is wadi always says buncha shipment but know as a group right now rue individuals that good team not to bill but actually to bring us together but together we can do great things and our memory we won. I was just sort of life shit. Actually on the team Sandra on the second biggest block rise in the world and look at us like a hippie light light swine on no measham like all this stuff when just like normal. Blake's and winning these massive rice and it was just like Holy Shit. This is incredible and I think the biggest thing I remember was the crowd on remained to France and all the Democrat was thousand. Massive LIKE BILL. Fas really turned it on for the Jira. There was just like it was like a rock concert. Like you said you walk down to this platform and it was just lie. Massive amounts of people. I mean we get the champagne. Swine ahead the Pink Jersey and we just laid ripped just let it and a lot a lot of soccer like this is what it's going to be like know this is like we crowd fraught now. How good this. They're all here to see me. Let's talk about the day off because I also think this is quite significant. Dies Dirani in the pink. United Swine inevitably got that. Show That Pink Jersey officers writing on I and you and Hippie had to take on the brunt of the load that di always remember you guys were the first to go. Hi Sta tycoon. And the feeling from there on that first week was really about. We got this screen edge of got this you. We need your help. We've got these and we started it there with Yukos's on the I I. What do you remember about that? I I in the pink. Not Getting much out from others down who? This could be a long three weeks. Rotten this solid on the front end. Remember those roads a heavy roads. Conditions called Just spoken open off with the in just saying life. Yeah this is already pretty happy. And we got twenty twenty is gay. It was just getting back to reality that like yes. I was so exciting and so dynamic and now it's now to the girl and now it's kilometer off to kill nate hitting the weaned on on Rough Roads Tron Defending Jersey was big in decided after that dials out a little bit nervous about the next three weeks. I knew from from the meeting beforehand that I was going to be running the front Gone from Michael in the spring. Snow's GonNa enjoy dying the pink in the pink with a Black Ryan decarava and basically the early breakaway Fog the rice waddy said or you just got the front healthiest group whatever. It was five minutes at that time. I'll just by myself pretty excited as well like riding on the front of of the Girardi Coast Guard. What had happened the day before. We will pretty chuffed still but I think this idea ninety minutes myself in there about halfway through the stage came came up as well. Why code came up to and that's why we turn BECO- along the coast and there was one other guy from Hbo St as Tom and then it was three of us for the last one hundred K. Back into town. And and yeah. It's just like a big dialogue really know what I was doing that. But what really wasn't our responsibility to Britain to final gap back for spread United Sprint teams. That are GONNA come up and help towards the end but our member. We'd gone inside twenty minutes ago. I could have just swung IRA already on the front. The two hundred. He wasn't up to us in in all the other spring teens had there. But we're up there as well bringing back the lost forty fifty seconds or whatever it is you out Steininger to catch these guys and just swab off lock. Assad is candidates Absolutely killing myself God's back when it's not optimal at all encode lifesaving saving category Rhody Savings Dr Member that nodded also going to be a long few bakes because then yeah Michael Pink that day because he was lot up there in the sprinting and I think we knew we could have the Jersey for a waco so and because more opportunities net first week that we will talk so we all knew there was gonna be a big week to to stop with the next day. Wadi dial nothing swine is on the front. It was a it was a bit of a calm down off of the day before we were in the boss it was raining. We miss the zone on neely. And they started when we had to like we had to get into cosmic. We will like just remember like we. We mississau- number like and they're like the Pink Jersey Mother Rosa. Please come to the fraud and error. Where dislike boys we go? We'll in the boss chill announced that of lights do on the yesterday and it was always on. Might this twenty one days to go. And we'll outlaw but shit net back into it so we'll jump down. The bus misled lights on on sign on and then we got going and it was raining a really horrible day and we had to rod and loosely. Raw It okay. That was awesome. Yes Louis Job to do here and I think that was the fifth straight back into it and then McCain coming up to me that Diana was just lot. I think I'm GonNa rod for a bit swine. You he can't you're in the my Rosa just settled down. He wanted to rod like he wasn't. This wasn't like comfortable to sit back and that was his Joel. That was what he was there to do. That's that's why such a gripe team play out because he was always brought a my mind at yesterday but now let's crack on. I'm here to do a job. That's what my in such a great great rod earn a great person but He was like Henry Rodman. Not Yes we've got going into that. Rice I sit before Was the Italian champion at any. Had A little bit of history routing Jesse but we got you gung in with someone who could podium putting the we will get us Obviously giving a safe passage through the first part of the rice but we really went in with a gun Ho attitude as got the Josie. We're GONNA you're seeing as long as we can and he. I remember the team is really often about Like I said it was. It was pretty average. Die Seimas die. Before would have been lucky to be ten degrees of undulating. Middle of the stage was krantz it Guessing Pete Piloted Kale and sheep than those this crowds in the middle of way that way that come from and it was it was marmoleum. was horrible spectator conditions and we took their the role of traffic. And we just sit We're GONNA do this. I remember getting very little support. There was a small break up. The right may be free to five By the Eagles to control we might show the break. Didn't get too far out. Pull them back and I think maybe someday giving us a little bit of help on the run in and then I remember. You're always to to luke off the air and that's China chance the Jersey from Aero's dump day because wine is Doug Davies Korea. Pushy mom team back then father's side it was a special feeling and dying gavitt. Deflate this Image coming into the race with Experienced before work and showing you the Ryerson. What did decide that here? The before it was always lost Way Bay positioning was obviously more experienced at inciting riots and Al's pretty cool and calm. It just comes with experience and just I did as well clearly than actually to think dhanjal specialized in Siberian. They're dropping off in the sweet spot was pretty awesome. Yeah Matthews the best friend. That diet coke Debate was written. We take us through the rice. I think for the first of three quarters. I was just enjoying the feeling of hostas being so dominant in the race Remember exactly who was riding but they were flying whoever was was making it so hard even sitting on the wheel but yeah it's sort of mixed feelings because I think we wanted to enjoy the triple team win but we couldn't really because we'll focusing on the stage and like you said though some mix sort of what we find is on three enjoy. It's sort of just. Yeah relaxed now. Order we continue to keep fighting go for the next stage and I think we took the approach of going for the next stage. We in hopefully continue a winning streak Unfortunately I wasn't foss enough on that day cadle. This took the piss out of this. Basically I think he won few pike links in that sprint. But some yeah. I think we did amazing job through the rice will I think other teams showed US massive respect of what we did the day before and then for me at the end of the day to put the jazzy on which was nice but I was a little bit disappointed that I couldn't at least be on par with Keitel at felt like a little bit consolation prize putting the Jazzy on and taking it away from swine I win. I didn't earn it on that stage so I honestly would have liked to keep. It was fine for a couple more days. But that's not the way. The rules work in that Jc Way you finish on the stage it goes on the countback so yeah. I think I was the first one of us to physician. That's why I got the Jersey but it was. It was good obviously. I've appreciated it from the team to still fight for me for sprint. But Yeah I think through the stage from all the work that you guys did. Disappoint meows Pointing myself to be honest. I didn't like it. I don't like that's the one part of that whole thing I didn't like it was actually quite fitting that it was pissing rain and four degrees. Whatever was the following day I think Scott was awesome. They had like a full-on pink bike and everything. But as with most of those things kind of last minute buildups the isn't quite right. So then you're back on your normal bike. The reality is we're just looking after Michael Matthews for the stage because he's the one who's GonNa be able to bring it home for us and keep it in the team so it was weird to have guys riding for me when the reality is what it is. I know I know the business. I didn't like the the fact that everyone was else was doing the work when something I love to do I love to be in that mix and so that was a strange day for me Really the the team time trial was was everything and then after that it was it was back to my back to my business and I and I didn't like the fact where I wasn't part of the contribution you know activities. We had the Jersey for a long time. Some great cytokines review and also then. We also had some some bad stuff. We lost a lot of guys from sickness and crashes hates happening that Rice. What's the one memory can peanut down to that? You think when someone says you. Two four eight zero. What was that for you? I guess for me? It's probably a little bit personal. Yeah this probably sounds bad. But probably baiting CADEL On that uphill finish awesome. Because like you say a lot of things happened stage where I think but crashed. Sueno crashed I think the rest of us were k from memory. But yeah so. It's like Debbie amazing job running into that final Roundabout before the dotted and. Yeah I think we got through with maybe fifteen guys in the wrist. Corden crash crashed behind us. It was yeah. It's hard to say exactly but for me winning in the Pink Jersey. On top of a hill it was pretty incredible But yeah then you get across the finish line and you sort of get back to the boss off to the podium and everything and then you say you boys like all hurt and wounded. It's like Yeah I like you say before we were in that in that jury will one team and if one was hurting real. We're all heading. It was like I've never meshed together with a group of guys like that In a team before will ever had I think so. Yeah it was sort of mixed feelings. I guess. But that's something that really stands out for me. This league stage six nine Jersey Stu macher and finished on the famous Monte Cassino. Clone about twenty five category. Come at you. Remember the shots on television with like a was dyslexic. Boeing field side shooting raw Anxious that That talk of the Skating Ring Avon's is gone data sliding Sydney Kenny. I'm struggling to try to do. A wool brought my hand in that. Was it for me and I was really on. The Dick was fine lunar jealous. Jeez ran the first week we got we got him a boyhood anew Amazon Finished the rice anyways you pretty silly may Swat in together on the chat. Jira DON was shine. Because you know what you said. It was a great group just to shine delay. It wasn't happy. Late was the one stage set May Matthews with the Night through that crash in Matthew's went onto win that stage. That was just a sign that we what else can we do it? And and then every die rod on the front together and we would just like we were going so deep remember how date we were going and like overall level that point in time I feel and there was at die with the sickness started to. He now came down. It was his deathbed everyday. Is Incredible. How you got through as many stays did our member one dial woke up and I gotTa Matthews. It always had had a crash. Also and Hippie was feeling it'd be onto the weather. We started to sort of fall apart. Now we lost the Pink Jersey stays twelve or something like that Wayne was in the break. So why tell us about the break and had good? Wayne does gallons perfect and we knows and this is probably the hottest day one of my hottest is ever on the bar. Sorry I climb this Serie. Category One climbs to the to go out the ASS I want. This is only my second grandchildren. This never happened to me. So I've never had a bad Diana grand tour you now. I know what to do in these situations but seriously panicking because I'm starting to go back through the cars back two thousand and then we go to the point where we dislike along and the Sun web is giving me some cokes and then I'll start to see hippie comeback delays hippies with heavy goes auger pasta peon. Abc The bat knicks moment is Matthews. So the three loss paper on the road is Matthew's Hepburn myself and we all want it to really bad patches. We had to wipe Matthews one parliament and hippie. Then add to come to the bottom of the last climb and always looking really bad and wadis in their idea. I love wise motivation. He was trying to lie. Gs Up with Wayne was doing but at this moment I couldn't or what he was saying was like a blur and he was waiting. Does to look really good boys. You know he's GonNa win. The stage of fear is it flying up there and Omar Omar death bed right now home. Couldn't get what we do in college anyway. And we'll get to the point where we'll bomb las climate hippie light We got a guy might honestly I? If we'd ungodly now we're going to be outside. Tom Com and arms the FIA on fear of I'm eliminated from we had the Pink Jersey Vitanza now and get eliminated on mountain stage and on bashing head against the wall. And I'm trying to get up there and hippies actually giving he had bottle cap and he's trying to give a bottle to the public to push me so he's saying can you push this guy. I'll give you a bottle. So they're pushing me pushing me pushing remember in like on the up the hill and I'm just like I can barely pedal this point. And he's like not now not long enough and then he keep the bottle because he needed the next person to push me and we're going and this was like a ten percent steep climbing really stay an age. Tom Hippies like taking his cap off and giving house reckon would have given his Jersey if he had to eventually get to the flat pace and Matthews Rod. I get on and happy. Mathewson helped me all the way to climb and we had like five hundred minutes ago. Rufus in Matthew's just like rip these turns hottest could remain on the wheel. And just lot sprinting for the lawn Adema. Saddle a team. Sandra more or less and this photo of Maine hippie unfinished and lie on just like why? Why what? I'm lying down. Look Dead Mir Lewis and wisely Aurora. Boys know the stage Wayne Dog wins the stage on just saw the hours bad. We might talk up by thirty seconds. Ole Three of us you know. Imagine that like the whole team lost. Three rod is like already lost Cam. We'd already lost CASTA. Three goes out in one thirty seconds. Google into the wrist and it was just like you couldn't news police rest either. 'cause you would just like. I'm so bad we did what we had to do like We went flat out from the start. We won our stays in the end. Everybody was yeah for one reason. Only two guys finished but it was a successful zero for us. Let's I started good and afterwards it was a little bit less but in the end I was still feeling about what we achieved. So yeah maybe we did everything in the first ten days but when you have pocket you have into bucks. Oh Yeah I still still still Sprout about would be achieved. Probably the biggest thing that sticks in my mom was paid sick and died off the died off. The dial was in the absolute lock up with. I ended up in hospital with a with a stomach infection eventually off the three or four stages didn't on the boss shivering in the back of the boss with blankets Offer ME and discount I. I love that we still have the Jersey but I actually wouldn't mind losing it because I just had to get on the front at the start. They stages and autumn. I'm not anywhere healthy at all an automated big trouble on having to get on the front and Troy protect these Jersey thirty or forty. It's been the last fifty sixty back a out the back of the Just trying to get harm neely wished we we just give the pages with head up physique seven days please just I just I just I just want an easy die hard. Just want the the rest I to come and I didn't like it and also with a stomach. Infection are just remember how. How grueling was through through those days plugging away on the Front. While the whole thing was so eventful from start to finish with with the success we had in the first week had to Jersey. We're having a great Tommy one a few stages and then everything happened. We crashes God's getting sick and tired that middle wake like everyone was just like dropping like flies out saying basically with with this mystery bag that was just scalia around. They only robbed at the end of the second week we had. We have four of us. Left you Santa Swine on in. I remember when it got to that stage. It was really like we've lost guys now. We've really go to jail altogether as as well as we can't these moments in really help each other through an envelope. Four or five days is is just swine is and from. There was really like wearing the going to finish together. Lucky WANNA bus goes on. It's all and I remember the Tom. Even the team was standing. Stafa only to rod side. You don't need the amount of stuffy nonreligious which which was in Why do you even like semi jug that he's going to send the bus? I'm in LAS pizzas and we will in just keep the campaign and we like my if you send the Boscombe way down on so we had for that last week we had. We had once one year H. We had one mechanic h one directory. Each one rice each. That was just really good fun because we're up in the mountains swimmer. Nawa bicycle loss caused the ride every day. Nothing expected of us. We'd had such rights success in the first partner Goes teams goals. That will Bisi disrupted finish. It was relaxing because we only had to. Rod Is the whole Lost Weight. We had we just had so much time after the off to the rights would jump on the bus. You don't have to bite through non Gaza shallots just just to get to the hotel mechanics much to box. Look at this one years of the message each so we were just down at dinner. Every nodded seven thirty eight o'clock eating with the staff and join Italian. One Gaviota was telling us that you know. The weather forecast is fine. You're in this valley up the mountain and you can just see it's dumping snow. Everyone's just starting it's kind of it's kind of neutralized by the riders. But that doesn't mean anything at all and and sure enough as soon as we get up to the point where it's snowing some bloke tax and it's just may him. This Day was one of the craziest bike races. I've ever seen because I know from myself like basically you're just riding in small groups at first over the climb and then as you you did the descend like. I did a full clothing. Change guys were sending and the guys that didn't do like the full clothing change man. They were shaking apart on the bike. Like I've never seen you know when you get those hypothermic where you're completely so I was just riding past people like it was a triathlon. And looking at the state of some of these guys is just like Gla- glossed over and you're you're just doing those full body shakes up just like well. This is insane and for me that epitomizes zero because that kind of stuff. It just doesn't happen in baseball or football or these things that are very controlled environments and. I think that's I hate to say that's the beauty of our sport and it's probably been always the appealing factor to it. And I you know as much as I want safety for everyone. I'd hate to see that change control what was happening around us. And it was like I said was gone down. The one memory of as as far as the ice that was staged non Monte Cassini now it was a two hundred and forty kilometer road stage and we'd had the judge maybe I'd style is already and we all remember cooling Him City because they have people Through the ring controlling those previous seven right stages and it was a two hundred hundred relative flow relatively flat stage and then it on July before seven Nankai Coombe which fish with based on top member. The band going between the cost. Because we had Jerry in the car and I been trying to fool us the word while well lose the Jersey. Did I not head Cadila? It was one of the big five hundred sent. You guys didn't Roy that died and I remember the gap gun. Yeah real big time busy had a real challenging Rawdon. We came into the bottom of that Khan. And you remember. It's not it's Ryan and we are very Southern Italy would get into Saad getting into town under fog cash from it was it was looking pretty. Sketchy podcasts in the bottom of the car becoming to this roundabout and was one of the biggest one of the biggest mess all up seen in my career and we got out the car. Obviously Counseling Roy. There in the action is at this Off to the raw with breadline cast. That can three ause Dick in one solid someone else on the list and saw the ride the CAS his Matt To come up with sort of make sure everyone semi alright now was brookies. He's It's fine with scheme and cameras at fittest off. The other one was that we had to go. Because we're fog capable the bottom of the common cold the Hot He had not when you see the ambulance with air that we gonNA look gossip. Let lift that Exciting then we will we. We get back the televisions on we look we hit. The bottom of the g bought this seven noise in the front. We bought three and mows mark. 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It was such a nice feeling over one hand. Such knoxville Lakers. Yeah it's up many times that someone wings in the Pink Jersey at Cadel in the pages to win the second sides but then How hill the other goes. What? What are we GONNA do now? And the last images of Britain Lancaster was holding hand. Someone else was schemed on the left. Hand side of the rides fine. I wasn't talking Knoll He had skin off everywhere one so I thought. Oh cool in Victoria Hospital accents. DUNKLIN DIPOTO ANTI DUMPING. We fog Stew kooks ridden ridden a so hot is full of three Gauze Hospital and those as much going on it was crazy. You been listening to lot. In the peleton producer of this episode was Wil John's. The music needs episode was composed paid shelley thanks.

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The Best of The Kist & Solak Show Recaps: 2019 Weeks 13-16

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The Best of The Kist & Solak Show Recaps: 2019 Weeks 13-16

"Hey there podcast pals I'm John, Stolnis, the host of the Phillies pod hidden season, one of the shows that make up the good fight podcast family from espy nation. Look the baseball season is one hundred and sixty two games long, and there's no way you can watch all those games, so make sure to check out my podcast twice a week. For all the fills goodness, you could ever want and make sure to check out our other podcasts including the award winning dirty inning with just inclu and Trevor strunk and continued success with Justin Endless rozier. Subscribe on Apple podcasts or your favorite podcast APP. Michael Kissed. Again Benjamin so. It's the kissed in Seoul action. Presented by espy nation and bleeding, great nation. You are flying high on the kissed, and so lack show brought to the forget espy Nisshin and bleeding green nation I'm your host Michael Kissed while me on twitter at Michael, kissed NFL, and followed the BGN podcast feed at BGN underscore radio as always I will be joined by the best dog on Co host, in the Game Benjamin so lack in this, it'll be from the past, because obviously this is a continuation of our best of the kissed, and so lack reaction shows where we have worked our way at this point up to week thirteen, so in this episode you'll get. The best parts of the recap shows after the Games from thirteen. Thirteen against the dolphins followed by the Ot win over the giants the week fifteen win over Washington, and then of course the huge win over the Dallas Cowboys in week sixteen, so it starts out rough and angry, but it ends on a good note, so there is that that means there's only one more of these compilations to get out which will cover week seventeen against the giants to close out the regular season, and of course you'll get the analysis of the wild card loss to the Seahawks, so we've done this enough to where I shouldn't have to qualify any longer, so let's get to week thirteen Miami thirty, seven Philadelphia thirty one. This is the kissed and Solex show. You're not flying high, but you are here with us. We need something new. You are laying low. You are tunneling you. You are collapsing. You are big sad. You have hit rock bottom bend like I'm so far beyond being upset with this team is like a parent. That's that's just disappointed. Oh, and then I'll worry. I've nowhere near that. I'm probably close actually, but the fan base number one has. Has a right to be just completely upset with what for this season has been considering the preseason expectations, and even just the expectation coming into this singular game has been an abject failure I said earlier in the year this was a team that smelled its own crap in the off season, and said it must be roses, and we're at the point now where it's, it's this is ridiculous. You get yourself in a in a prime spot. Spot with the cowboys helping you out losing to the bills and you get to this spot. Ninety four percent will win probability at the beginning of the third quarter ninety four percent that is unacceptable on so many levels to give up that many points to an offense in the dolphins that has scored what fourteen point eight as an average coming into this game you get Al Sean and Galore back for this gain Carson should be set. Set Lane as back. There's no Jordan Howard, but you're passing. Offense should be what you needed to be. You're playing Miami Dolphins defense that has not been great, and you come out there, and you are exactly what you know you hope to say now. The Eagles five out of the six first drives. They had scoring drives three three jobs away in the first six. which is what you need to do to get off then but so. It looks great. Yeah, and then you know I, UC opening turnover, and you score, and then the next drive you have incompletions Nelson Galore grave war, Carson on surprise she, while it's ten nothing okay next to get the ball back ten seven. You drive down the field. Get Two third and two and you don't even. You're not entirely sure wear like the A miscommunication like they alshon going here and Carter put it there whatever. You're supposed to be on the same page with the same page with him. Then he gets a fourth into you get a false start from your franchise left. Tackle Slash 38-year-olds. She's been here for more years than he should have been left. Tackle and you NASCAR PHIL and that play would've converted to just based on the coverage next. They kind of let that play out. He completed it. It to Adler, but it was dead. Meanwhile, the touchdown you just allowed was a fourth and four. When you went cover zero. You'd seven guys in the line of scrimmage. Everybody else in isolated man coverage, which is the coverage you lost to the Falcons on? In case, anyone was wondering you ran that again and you. Forty three touchdown devante Parker then you come on the very next. They they, they walk down the field to get him into third and goal. Incomplete pass jails gets called for passing I. Still Do not understand how that got overturned, not important, but very important. Yeah, I agree with it being overturned based on what we've seen the entire season. Even on twitter like did he shoot him with a gun? No than the place stance of reverse it. I thought it was defensive. Pass interference to begin with, but if it's not called. Called like that on the field I was I was shocked. At first I didn't think the ball was catchable and secondly I don't think even scheduled new was parker turned around. Is The ball the floor? You know on review the devante Parker wasn't gonNA catch that football and he was not going to catch football. It couldn't happen. Right was uncatchable Chevy pass interference anyway, and then these special teams play heard round the world. Then you get four goal from. Three or whatever and you? Go from one excuse me. They come out in a super weird formation. Eagles line-up man-to-man across the board. Don't elect not to take a out right they get. From the kicker, everybody goes crazy for this. Guy Josh sweat allows the punter to leak out, and it's a touchdown so now it's fourteen thirteen in a game that you've wildly outplay your opponent. Yeah, and then you know what you do on your next two drives. You'll walk down the field. You throw it all over them. Carson magic on third downs, and you score touchdowns twenty, eight, fourteen. Okay, the fifteen yard touchdown on third down that was to. To Joel on the scramble shortage, scoring football points coming out of the half Miami went for a surprise. onsides kick which the Eagles recovered. Put them in in a good spot. They start moving the pocket for went a little bit more. You get the ten yard touchdown to Alshon Jeffery thirty five They worked alshon lot from the slot this game which will be talking about during the film. Review Show but you're at twenty eight to fourteen now. Twenty eight to fourteen does should be game against dolphins, and then comes the complete implosion then comes the. We can't even get them into third down to get him into third down. We complete. Pass interference penalties where we have Derek Barnett dropping it his own coverage. Josh sweat dropping in his own coverage right then we get to drive down the field dropped by Zacher on what a Woodman Touchdown Carson. Get sacked. Jake Elliott misses a fuel right then we get to. You know three and outs because Carson's throwing jumbles alshon Jeffery instead of running I. Don't know anything that's worked so far for the last three quarters. We can't buy a stop. An offense is kind of loses its mind. Chicken with his head cut off right becomes back to what it was with Seattle. Seattle becomes back to what always with new, England like listen. We need to score twelve points on every single plane as we're. GonNa lose and then defensively. We just stayed a man coverage for the entire second-half in NASA's where I arrive at my final point. where's this narrative builds up to you? Just you're running out of reasons to explain why Jim Schwartz in the building. It's not even like fire gym shorts because I. Don't think you should find him towards this week because I think that you have four weeks left of you went off for you. Make the NFC, east. Your win the NFC East you make the playoffs and says a terrible message to the team to fire Jim Schwartz before that stretch like we don't even think you guys have a chance of doing this at all anyway, so we're going to start moving on with next off seasons moves so I would not say towards at all. Nobody should be fired this week, but you're out of reasons to explain why he showing up to work because nothing changes when the defense starts performing badly, I thought it was. Was So funny that during the game like Dr Bhagat. Bodied Mills got bodied I thought they were going to throw the flags for offense a pass interference. They would have been week flags, but a lot of people were calling for him. What happens when mills doesn't get touched and Jessica is in the back of the endzone. Like if need your corners to get those week, offense, a passer appearance calls you need better corners. Period mills was bad. The Savior of this defense bills was bad darby's SPA. Bad have. There's GonNa be game yet. We're mills, getting burned, resorting to drop and it was the Ryan Fitzpatrick game the difference in this game number one Ryan Fitzpatrick has no conscious whatsoever, and will throw it up one on one. No matter what the coverage all frigging day. It's what he did last year to number. Two jalen mills is played the same the differences the quarterback through it where he needed to be. Be and the receiver caught it. That's the only difference pure and Ronald Darby like we. It's been it's been what star we can't do. He can't find. The football can't compete the CASHPOINT, so it doesn't matter if he's covered and I would define eventually as when the dolphins have gone on five straight scoring drives for the first time this year, taking out the kneel down at the half five straight. Seven Straight Mike. I'm saying I'm saying the point of the breaking point for me. Personally have been when they took the thirty four point lead, which was it was? It was touchdown, drive, touchdown, drive, Neil touchdown drive, touchdown, drive touchdown drive now it's thirty four, twenty, eight late in our early in the fourth. That was done at that point. Yes, that would have been my breaking point how? How many times do you have to watch, Jalen? Mills get burned by Mike sickie to understand the jalen mills can't do what you're asking to do. How many times do you have to see? Ronald Darby get destroyed by taller receiver, so you can't beat the cashpoint before you understand that he can't. You're asking him to do. How many times does it have to be? Malcolm Jenkins making. Some ungodly played stop drive. Otherwise nobody can win insurance zones. Nobody could wins in the middle of the field. We what more information you need to tell the you do not have the defensive personnel to do what you want to do. What is Jim Schwartz doing the building? What does he? Is he cleaning something? Is he organizing something because he's not corning defense at least not during the game, the first two or three drives interception punt punt for. For the Dolphins I said on the Internet, dolphins can bodied in the trenches feels like feels like they should go. Spread and try to win out of the gun. One step three step drops should not have said that allowed. This was the formula that Fitzpatrick added with Tampa Bay last year, didn't Blah Fitzpatrick ranked the silence at Hey i? Don't know if you saw. I threw for four hundred yards on these cats last year we did. We have time to install this game plan on the sideline Ryan. It's really simple. We just ask the receivers to run down the hill. If you are willing to throw against this team, you're GONNA put up at least thirty. It's been the case since the packers game when the Eagles beat the packers, the packers weren't willing to throw. If you're just willing to let your quarterback past the football, all you have to hold the eagles offense under thirty. There's no hope. In God, we are all going to die. Before week twelve, the cowboys were six and four, and per fivethirtyeight they had fifty nine percent chance to win the division sense then they'd gone to, and then I have a sixty six percent chance to. Number, one on Jeffrey. Who Boy! He's still look slow. Still nine passes for one hundred and thirty seven yards, and a touchdown on sixteen frigging targets Zach struggling with a hamstring, came out for appointing came back in then had a key drop in the end zone had a couple of key drops in this game I leverage drops. Dallas got her plate while I thought six receptions. Sixty six yards are gonNA whiteside. We already talked about having the The touchdown mouse sanders also having a touchdown so Carson Wentz. You'll three touchdowns at three different targets, but also send some key mistakes by some guys. Guys Carson, Wentz included you know just a couple of roads and missing there as well. But what did you think about the individual performance from the ask players on the offense Ben I said I'll catches Kay. He catches the football, which is why he continues to be targeted. Yeah, I thought it was weird that people like really he had one bad game drop in the football that was against the bears mistaken. Read like three drops other than that. He caught the football. Just fine into dude has absolute mitts, and he made some tough catches in this game. He just looks super super slow now. As, I just told you seven receptions, one hundred fifty nine yards and two touchdowns. He has never had a two touchdown game his career. He has never had over a hundred and fifty receiving yards in the game his career. By the way you want another fun fact, there, Mike Buddy all with how Mike Sickie, tight end, five receptions, seventy nine yards and a touchdown. Mike asked me if he has had ever had seven reception game before already. No, no, nope, he is caught one passing touchdown before this game, and it was lasting Cleveland. Mike Kosinski and Devante Parker both had currier games for the out of their mind. All the defense line fell asleep in the second half. Wasn't the case earlier in the year when people were complaining about the pressure, when when a man can take a shotgun snap, take a three step drop throw no pressures. Arriving doesn't happen we. We had this discussion after the Tampa Bay game at around that time, too, and that was a stretch with eagles face a quarterback that was over two point four seconds time to throw, and when I charted Ryan Fitzpatrick I found that seventy. Seventy one percent of his throws in that week two matchup up where within the top of his drop or one hitch. I feel that you're gonNA find a lot of the same fitzpatrick in this game. Because again identify one-on-one Gopher one online at the same thing that that foles would do to get up to line you see. It's cover one cool I've got one on one. Let's take that man boy. Oh, boy would up. At. The Bright Guy Ninety. Brian says only keep Doug I think there's a serious if if obviously not this week, but coming into this off season black. Monday is going to be pretty tough for these positional and coordinators for the Eagles, they cannot keep things the same. They cannot sell their own crap and thank you just promote everybody in things will be fine. They need fresh new ideas. That's not how we do things. You should know the rules a by now. Also flag on Tim Koala at Kuala, underscore, Tim. He says it's the whole team hyphenated team sir. I will not read responsible like old for me once. Again Ben fully once and then stop. It stops after that. I don't think it's an effort thing with this town. It's the effort thing either, but like it would be nice to see a game in which like. Geez thing where it's like the eagles offense Nichols's defense can't play well at the same time we're just everyone has their hair on fire. Like radically rising, it'd be a moment where teams like hey, let's all be better than we were and not just some of US and some of us be worse, I think that comes down to each unit as a team executing, and would you execute and your fiery like that? You have more fun at looks at it gives that look of it being like all men. They are playing with their hair on fire today. Today. There's playing really good complementary football. Everybody's playing well again. I don't think it's an effort. Thing this team. Yeah, I don't either, but like it's. It's weird. this dolphins game. How feels like that dowse game like they needed to win this to stay in the playoff race right? And then they lose it, and now it's like all right now. Their backs are rude really up against the wall. So are they going to have kind of like a wake-up performance last year? They had the foles fact this year. They don't have that, so that's the. I. Don't know like what I'm trying to figure out. Why team keep coming out is kind of like being a died like nobody seems to want to win a football game. There's no foals which like you know you and I both now we are not the whole like foles is the solution people whose where? Where's the rally? Income from Moore's is GONNA. Come from those I have to say it. It's going to be Carson week fourteen. Philadelphia twenty three New York, seventeen I am on a roller coaster of emotions right now I was pissed off about two hours and then the eagles comes. Comes storming back to win twenty three to seventeen in overtime against the New York giants in a game that should never have been that close holy crap. I'm sure at some point in this podcast. We are going to be upset, but right now I just can't be I'm I'm elated that the eagles were able to pull this out at the end. So whatever that's worth. We'll find out as we go along through this process. Ben, how you doing brother, everything is delicious. Thank you for asking as always. There was never a doubt if you did not think that Sidney Jones Josh Perkins. Boston's Scott. Would be the heroes of the day sees that route from forgets I for guys Brady Wayne. What route running looked like separation? Let's talk about this thing. Because the eagles are down seventeen to three early in the game to open the game, things are just brutally ugly from the Eagles I. Mean Number One. Okay, let's start out. There's no Derek. Barnett. There's no Nelson Adler. Alshon Jeffery goes down with a non contact injury I think it's to his foot. Jalen mills goes down got. It looks less than one hundred percent greg. Greg Ward is gimpy at some. Some point in the game in the late stages J.j, all looks like he pulls a hand me at some point Lane Johnson goes down with a high ankle sprain from what the reports are saying like. The Eagles almost didn't have enough people to fill the offense at some point yet. They pull this off over time, but again rough start to start the game before the injury started hitting I mean. You had a second in the long run that had me grandma teeth, Peters, trying to identify a neutral zone defender and catches an offside flag and then. Then unblocked sack that was all in the first drive second. Get another protection breakdown with poor blocking followed by a second long run. That's get stuff we're GONNA have to talk about the Eagles Analytics Department right here later on, but then a third down screen that gets you close, and you can't get enough of a push on fourth down the sneak it. You turn the Charles forty-three third drive you have predetermined reached Jeffrey with one vertical route out of five, which was sanders clearing out from the Slot Jeffrey gets eaten up Andre. Baker, no separation, anywhere Winston. Winston his feet like these first three drives were abysmal and it also he did end because there was a point where the eagles had like in the middle of the game like five straight punts before they finally started putting something together. What a roller coaster of a game at first half, and this is going to leak into the struggles. Thing a little bit. We're we're. We're running the offense. We are running the west coast offense. We are spacing concepts and triangle reads. We're throwing third, and five slants alshon Jeffery throwing second down hey trout Greg Ward. Underneath defenders. We are doing what we've tried to do. It has not worked previously to this previous to this game and make. Did Not work now working in the first half, but this was the story of Greg Ward fourteen yards on a wide receiver screen. This was Boston Scott three separate swing passes going for ape lots of smiles, sanders, motioning out to wide receiver, being a flat route eleven yards. That's with this was it was okay. Enough. Just not gonNA. Try to hit grave ward on eight yards square ends anymore. We're not gonNA. Try to get accurate open across the middle of the field when he's getting double in the second half was getting doubled in the second half, the giants finally listen to Bugger McFarland. Questionable decision in general but The, what shifted for the offense was simply that they look more spready than they have. In a bit just package plays. wentz was constantly killing stuff at the line that we're constantly to play calls pre snap, and that's what they're gonNA get advantageous play call and they're to try to have the. One in space namely, Mile Sanders in Boston Scott. That's how they were going to be successful saw when they came out for the game tying touchdown drive, they were much more so back to their typical stuff. They were much more so back to high lowing to west coasting, and so on, and so forth because eventually it's not difficult to take that stuff away. A really isn't to survive payson space if you're throwing behind Atlanta scrimmage on first and ten, second and ten. Like you're constantly going to be in trouble you're. You're eventually going to be in trouble, so the thing is that worked Boston Scott made guys missing space hard nose running fell Ford after contact that that was what the eagles found, and they wrote it all the way to overtime, and through time into the end zone touchdown they win, but to expect that to be a winning formula every week as we've joked with sanders previously is hard and are reasonable. You need other skill position players to be able to get targets further downfield. My my thing is. Did we know we have this type of receiving back player in space in Boston Scott? Scott three weeks ago four weeks ago when the Jordan Howard, injury happened because like you, said the west coast stuff all that stuff wasn't working. You're going to have to find a different way. What's the difference between tw- changing a three air yard, depth of target for a lot of these concepts versus getting behind the line and getting these guys in space to where they can go and make plays I think that's my major issue, and it's not a big one, but I do think it's another example of the eagles, either a not really realizing what they have on the team. Cough Cough Eljay four, or be just not incorporating them. Them soon enough if they know, they have that on the team. Because Boston Scott was magnificent tonight, the guy was patient contact balance he had some wiggle looked really really good, and as a as a receiving back like this two thousand nineteen in the NFL this, these are the traits that this this is the Darren sproles replacement in an offense that loves Darren. SPROLES type players. That's where I kind of struggle with that and again not a big deal, but at the same time. Why did it take so long and wanted to take to the second half of the Eagles to realize something that has not been working for the past three. Three four or five weeks so on and so forth that would not work. Finally got to a spot where we let players who are good at X. Y. and Z. Do X., y. and Z. that's how we broke outside of what was done previously. That's the offense scheme change we make restart that hearing to what we thought was good. We started hearing. What was the plan Monday to Friday and took what was working on Monday? And this should not take as long, nor should it be as hard, nor should we have to beg crawl for it Claude? Scratch our nails go get it. They were forced into it by necessity like. We're getting rusty here. So the moral of the story is the Eagles won the blend twenty three seventeen in overtime there in the playoff race of the Dallas cowboys for the East and they need to file their offense coordinator. If you're unable to to adjust the offense to the strength of the players, you're you. You need new offensive minds, and as final an indisputable evidence, I would point to Nick Foles is playoff. Run off two thousand seventeen. If you cannot adjust your offense to the strength of the players. You need a new offense of mines if you can. See rolled backup quarterback. What do we really expect from them moving forward? And Johnson probably know Alshon, Jeffery. Nelson Agla still dinged up. He's been trending in the right direction for what feels like a month now. Jordan Howard shoulder injury so and so forth J. Jaws Hammy. What can this offense really do other than the stuff that they just pulled out tonight? That's the downside to all of this, and you also have an offense that came out with a game plan that led to three first-half points against the New, York football giants, and if Carson Wentz is operatives down for any of the stretch, the offense cannot survive carson. Wentz is not playing well like I said he had a shaky I had three points is not all. All on him. There are other issues going on. Carson was lights out towards the end of the game. Those those two drives that. What was it ten plays eighty something yards, if I'm not mistaken there at template, fifty eight yards to tie the game with two minutes left great on that drive over time as well replacements on, and so forth doing his job. Ben also explained that was a lot due to scheme. I mean Hell. They even pulled out the to two thousand seventeen game against Atlanta with that Nelson, Adler or miles. Sanders is in the bond like you said on twitter trying to act so hard that this. Ever, see because okay, so they had Boston Scott in age Baqi sort of spot in earlier away and I was like like. They. Have School running backs as because they have absolutely no, why receiver? And Sick, and then he like when motion and try to split. Zone block from Alexander's, and it went productively like knock great and I was like. Why would they do that? And then when I saw mile sanders as h back in the bunch I was like there's no way. This is absolute actually happening and it did and the giants hat penetration guests at Sanders survived, which was hilarious, and like the thing is like there's being an h. back is being a receiver in the bunch and those four yards by scrimmage. EILLY suspect. Alignment and very t down. Okay one or the ball's going we we can say we can say that Carson had a bad first half, and then came through when he needed it and not have any long-term takeaways about your honest with you, and the and the response to that is like well. You know then you, don't you? Don't get too excited about the second half if you're. That's what I mean. Yeah, if you're gonNA, exactly think throwing away some of these these these weird circumstances flying in the answer is yeah. That's that's what we said earlier. Also Jolly Yeah like he made insane, insane plays gonNA distributing the ball pretty early I into the flight, while not good first half, and then like you know just on schedule, second half did nothing. Debilitating Carson's bad games can be legit. Debilitating Ronald Darby had himself a dog of a game and I'm not sure what the heck was going on with. Jim Schwartz I. mean brother, not only dairy slayton. Who we warned you. You. About Gentlemen are coming into this game as the deep threat Jim Schwartz blitzing in some weird places, third and thirteen for example was super weird to me when he could have just ran picket fence with some deep guys and whatnot, but then also to like the flea flicker. Have you seen the next gen? DOTS on the flea flicker were booger, said all. They're not gonNA. Come up to attack the run Omar absence. Out of the building man the safety marcus. Listen I got this fellas at the half. I tweeted out that the eagles continue to drop in cover three in cover to of the game. They won't give up another point. I swear proceeded to out for the giants twenty to nothing across the course of the second half overtime. Why ally manning was not throwing down the field against zone. He didn't do it. He did not do it. He didn't do it Mike I. WanNa make it very clear. He didn't do it, he would. He would hit the top of his drop and check down. He was not going to stay on in that pocket with the football when he did. Vinny Curry touched him on the back, and he fell over nate solder. That's a lot of money to pay for a two legged stool. Let me tell you may gary who I know listened to the podcast immediately in the post game every single time. Congratulations about a game, Jake Elliot's perfect on the air for field goals. He hasn't missed one. I've. Never seen these MRS, people are trying to claim have occurred, and then I do find interesting that he didn't go for two when they got down eight. I M it now. Okay Okay Okay Norma take you to task for this because back in two thousand sixteen with nothing on the line against the Ravens. You took issue with them for two in the same situation that you did. Not, I'm talking about when they made it down eight in the radio. One I'm sorry. I'm throwing unnecessary shade on you but I stand by it also I would say there's a difference between not liking it, and being surprised by it, and also say I've learned a lot about duplicate versions training sixteen, hundred nineteen, but newness for three years. Peterson I'll learn finger to about when you over to a team that was reeling on a three-game skid down by fourteen to visual opponent B with his backup quarterback in at home in an ugly situation, getting booed in the rain. Did Not. Give up and Peterson milked a win out of a team that was heavily undermanned. It was probably very demoralizing the locker room you winner. You wonder how much of that carries on moving forward because you know he's going to use this as like a rallying point seems more like everybody on the team has a role in just if everybody does that role, the team's successful and no point. Eight other players Whoa I'm still. Then don't yawn. It's only twelve thirty. What's wrong with you? You are eighteen years old. You should not tired. Hey. Can't say things like this. Because people believe you and half of them otherwise Sidney. Jones season brother as often I've said this many times. which if you go back, listen to podcasts. You'll hear me say this in numerous times. The best way to develop young corners is to bench on because there. Could it is amazing to me that Sidney. Jones came in code off the bench corner sex. He didn't have time to think. I honestly think that's part of it. He did not have time to think, but also like that was not like a pass up. That was a great. A really. Senior City Justice surprised. How is that context. Baseball truly it is awful. I'm phillies writer Justin Clue, join me every week along with John. Stolnis, Liz, Rozier and Dr Trevor Strunk as we discussed all the ways. The phillies have hurt us on our podcast hidden season as well as historical anecdotes and rar emotional ramblings on our other shows, continued success, and the dirty inning subscribed to the good fight, and you'll get conversations with insiders analysis of breaking news and stats stats stats together. We'll survive. Whatever baseball throw at, US. They've seen us through a huge revolution in how we think about content. It's just changed everything about the world of entertainment. I'm Ronnie Mullahs and I'm Peter. Kafka and we'RE HOSTING THE NEW SEASON ATLANTA. The giants the Netflix's effect. We're exploring all things. NETFLIX's by talking to the people started the company Netflix's changed how we watch in the wash, so we wanna find out where Netflix's epic and how they plan to win the streaming wars. They've outmaneuvered everyone in Hollywood for fifteen years and. My guess is they'll keep outmanoeuvring everyone. This is land of the giants, the Netflix's effect from recode and the VOX media podcast network. First Episode Drops June twenty third. Listen and subscribe on Apple Podcasts, spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. Week Fifteen Philadelphia thirty seven. Washington twenty seven, Clutch Carson does it for the second week in a row. What a crazy frustrating exhilarating game! IN THE MIDDLE OF THE GAME! You're so frustrated. They're down at half. I just knew this team was going to bring me back in it in the most. Weirdest Ways Ben. How you doing brother love vague. Elevation bad in certain places, and then just he comes from the end, and like we say winning cure-all when it comes to what you talk about and what you don't in the Seattle game we had carson with bad pocket, presence and bad accuracy, and the world was ending, and we sat here and said you know you and I- accuracy with new receivers. Don't really care. We know carson can throw breaking rows. WHO'VE! Who've seen him but Jillian Times, let's mortgage turning the pocket presence Yup fast forward four weeks. The Eagles are seven and seven their their fighter. They're playing for the division next week Carson. Wentz was really accurate for the entire game. He was a little short, a great ward, quick flat route, which will somehow sleep at night on. He was high on the Zakar comeback on third down, which also not a great throw. But generally very impressed are carson played? Meanwhile, the is still debilitating a huge issue. The only reason carson he's a touchdown to win. It is because Carson gave the redskins three points, which very easily could have been seven points. The defense was playing. Right so issues, definitely still they're like we I. Mean like I'm flatlined while like there's just like massive cardiac index senior soil waves Carson played to me decently better than he has in recent weeks, but the same issues that are there. They're now what I will say. Is that mile? Sanders throw that Monsanto touchdown boy. This did that play why you survive with and swallow the bad sacks. Jeff the fumbles not so much like ball. Security can definitely be better to the ball with one hand to hand in Mazar jogger talked about this in Carson Wentz Qb camp. Way Back in two thousand sixteen of Carson always. One Hand in the pocket. It's really bad habit, but you survive with the stupid sacks for plays like the Mile Sanders touchdown because mahomes Wilson Watson Murray. Somewhere between two and four other quarterbacks, in the League making that play Roger Servicing three and five somewhere between three and five bucks. That's a special football. Play is a huge moment to a running back. Who played wide receiver for most of the Game Oh. Man. I mean that that's that's the special stuff that you survived some of the knucklehead software. There aren't good enough reasons that this team struggle so badly and just doing their job from a play to play basis regardless of the competition, which is why they played down on a weekly basis there there are bad teams that they're struggling against. But why is there just inconsistent? It's just that's. How do you fix it and I think those answers exist in two. Two Thousand Nineteen Good don't overcome bad coaching. If you think as bad coaching, natural answer right there if you think it's bad talent than you look into Howie Roseman I'm not one hundred percent sure because it happened so much on both sides of the ball like we don't know who's good on this team or whizzing good from a talent perspective because of that. That and God forbid and God forbid they hold the League God forbid they play complementary football for just a small stretch in this game you knew when they went up seventeen to fourteen, that Washington was going to score and got marched on immediately ten play seventy five yard six minutes. They go up twenty four to twenty one special teams for themselves. Defense gives up. Up a field goal like the the the very next drive went on third and two. Nobody opened from what I saw. This is the fumble that we're talking about where he escapes. The pressure doesn't feel the pressure coming from behind him. Sack fumble loss at the end. They get right. They do it two weeks in a row. They hole you right back in. Tina's wearing one score games on I know this wasn't a one score game shadow to the Shilla Jim. Sports blitzing the hill, Mary coming up with a turnover uncovering what a a first late June fourth Mary! Because of course I had the panic through that second lay, but that's the right call I mean. Yes, but also I still hate watching it. True and then the unbelievable cover. I did this game and thank God I. Didn't because I would have died through the whole thing. Join Haskins was a quarterback with an adjusted net yards per attempt of two point, eight, six, nearly two yards less than everybody else in the NFL every other sustained starter guy that plays played more than twenty percent of snaps two point eight six. He was out there ball and do his. This night with his stat line should nineteen, twenty, eight to sixty one two touchdown receptions, zero sacks, but zero sake pressure on them. I think it's time to throw. Point three very quick very anyways. Get even like on the shots. The Terry maclaurin touchdown was plash three steps shoot. The Stevenson's dropped near the goal line was stabbed concept three step drop shoot there. He wasn't staying in the pocket at all. No reason to you know I've been somewhat critical of miles. Sanders throughout the season. You could definitely say that I WANNA say man number one nineteen carries one hundred twenty two yards, and a touchdown, extremely productive day at the office. Six catches fifty yards and a touchdown. You're talking one hundred and. And seventy two total yards on the day from the from the beginning I thought he showed tremendous patience, and a and note I wanted to make on him. We talk about his vision, and his ability to make people miss, and that being an area that has slowly come on for him lately, but I think one area where he's gotten a lot better at that was terrible for him. In the beginning of the season was his finishing I think he's finishing his runs a lot better, too, so you're starting to see improvements in. In multiple areas, he looked awesome. I don't think I can express well enough. How Difficult Doug Peterson has done over the past couple of weeks is the offense that they get throwing the football. Yes, they have a six point two yards per attempt the offense they get throwing the football with essentially no wide receivers in this game. They had one ride receiver last. We know obviously this is shocking. This is simply I have to really good tight ends. I have to effective pass catching backs. That's it and I'm still going to be able. Able to consistently convert on third down, I was going to be able to talk. move the ball steadily through the air that I can string together long drives to still be a variance. It's still be confusing to not tip your hand. I mean the Eagle certainly have had a slightly more predictable offense. This year's injuries have come through. You can kind of get a feel for. I wouldn't have the back of the tight end to this side, and they're going to run. This one's accurate nicely the backside there and took him whatever. But to retain enough variants, the defense is key on everything. You're doing to continue to find creative ways to get past catches down the field successful it's. The player on the person I'm. Impressed with by far is Doug Peterson? The Eagles wanted to bring pressure, so they played man coverage across the board in that they wanted to bring pressure. They initially had players of the line of scrimmage who were threatening to come, but those players were not actually going to come. Different players were and accordingly avant matic's who is a slot cornerback right? He failed to the. The middle of the field play deep safety because of the motion right the rock and roll in the safety because of the motion. That's typically how they respond. Meanwhile Washington is in a pretty clear plaques and pass situation they got a fullback in the backfield. They have to wide receivers off to the side. They throw it in a jails entire maclaurin which Ronald Darby. Darby Ontario in man coverage didn't work and without this entire McConnell main coverage didn't working week. One jalen mills man coverage on McCoy and this will work in week two, so we try that. And how do I say this? It doesn't work and Joan. Those doesn't cover time recording and misses the tackle. metairie McCormick has a four three five, and he's wide open space with. With nobody up there to get him. The Eagles continue to try to do this ended. Just simply has not gone well ever. This is the none the exact same look, the exact same theory, the exact same concept that gave up the Julio Jones such down at the end of the game, against Atlanta to gave up the secondary slate touchdown, the first half against the giants. They may try to blitz and play man coverage behind, and do not have the personnel to do so and then next week. They do the exact same thing. What do I say like? Finish the sentence for me if a team is willing to throw the ball on the eagles to score thirty thirty. I mean WHA-. What I on this podcast said that like four different times he goes are willing to throw the ball into their thirty residents scored twenty seven at Ron underscore spur with two ours says. Says draw on third and eleven. Third and eleven is made to be one word. The only reason I'm reading this because I think this is cheating is because I. WanNa talk about it. You might not believe this, but if you go through and pull third and ten thirty and eleven third and twelve, and you compare the conversion rates between pass and run. There are certain situations, and it's actually kind of even it's much much smaller sample size for runs. I get that, but they're actually pretty equal. Equal and there are certain circumstances where running converts more than passing. It's not it's it's crazy. It's going to sound crazy, but the eagles not only converted blue third laws on the first one. They caught clairvoyant. Doug crossed odd right they they ran cross dog, so they got caught up. And you've got one on one with seniors against Landon Collins in space on the other one. I think they were coming with an overload to the right, and they ran it over to the. Let like really good. Good calls if you thought that's what you were getting because you've got the right call and you got the conversion I thought I I. Don't mind those calls I mean I know it sounds crazy for how much we laugh about establishing the Rhine and second long runs and whatnot, but those changeups have actually worked pretty well for the eagles over the past couple of years. Yeah, I don't hate those at all. Especially of course wants to check into that was. Carson checked into runs all game long. I was about to tweet this, but then I figured people would yell at me so I didn't best offensive plays. Carson made all day shopping into runs and like miles, sanders throw yes, grave war touchdown throw. Yes, Carson's very self-aware in terms of if he has a box count that he likes will get him four yards. That's what he needs to do in this offense, and that's very important, because if he were not willing or capable of doing that, eagles would have so much more difficulty moving this ball down the field given the limits of. Of their passing offense name something that has been better at than Greg Ward this year at right now, Brag. Ward is separating catching the football running routes on time by the way like ran multiple timing across with Carson Wentz. Just fine turns out. A couple of week could practice irons that out nothing. Anybody's GonNa Care Notice added GonNa. Yell about it when it doesn't happen. The Not acknowledge it when it does. There was one a person who will remain nameless said please acknowledge me on the pod. That's against the rules. You can't say that. Whoever you are, I will not identify you. You are flying extremely high on the just and SOLEX show this episode. One sixty three aspiration bleeding green nation. Michael Kissed here with Benjamin so lack. We don't have time for all the fancy introductions because the eagles. One shut up the eagles. How what my ego is more important than the Eagles being the cowboys? That's not your Mr Nine year streak without a bad day here with me Michael Kiss joined by Benjamin so like to talk about this. Eagles win over the cowboys that could mean as long as eagles take care of business next week, but man. This was a great carson game with very little flaws. Offend tastic. Doug, Peterson Games on Duck Peterson. May I I'm excited? I'm excited so I way knowing Sidney Jones proving the haters wrong again lesson I understand that conceptually the world is not ready for a closer to transition from. Football. But the eagles on the cutting edge on the cusp of analytics, Michael Acknowledging, and recognizing the you know you really need in key late game situations, vehicles, a freezing, cold, undersized, injured, underwhelming corner. That's just. Oh Yeah Yeah no come pick on, Jones you've been full. You've been had two huge plays by Sidney. One against the giants when in this game when he was asked, come in cold this time on fourth down the only eagles cornerback this century to pass break up on a nine ball so fantastic for Sydney big. Dallas guttered game fantastic game from miles sanders, just a ton of different awesome performances. This one as guys continue to drop like flies throughout the game extremely decimated eagles squad holy crap again for another week. Week five yard, or less air, guard, or less targets, two tight ends, and running backs, walking down the field, and it doesn't happen every drive, and they have three hours on the Hab drives that stall because there's a reason why offense is. Don't try to do that. You know what I mean that's. That's not a winning formula, but they eke out enough from that to get that one explosive reception from Greg. Ward puts them in scoring range that would want explosive reception from Jj I think a whiteside side scoring rate. The fact that they're scraping together. The rubbish pile the saints practice squatters in Washington, practice, Squadron and Josh Cartons Yeah. And we're. Out of this, and it's not all good, and it's not all rosy like you know. They're not GONNA be able to win a shoot out, but it's enough to beat three teams in your division. A must win games to get to the blouse. I mean it's it's lawn worthy what Doug Peterson. And like you and I both believe the offense coordinator means be fired at the end of the season you help, we're supposed to have. I'm just overwhelmed. I mean you talk about the the drive to go up seventeen to six ten plays eighty yards to go up there and they had a ton of different things that they did I mean they use the the hurry up. You know you had the the post wheel out of spread. You tweeted this out talking about how good this good drive. This was from Doug you had the. The swing screen concepts when when Dallas wanted to load the box the Carson wentz reduction. He kept two of them today because you have to, you have to make the defense respected at least just a little bit, and then I don't know what Dallas was doing on the punching by Mile Sanders on that touchdown like the place I had a gap was left wide open on that. Often said bubbles on the one yard line is a winning Formula I mean Carson let's let's go back to to Carson. Wentz for a second. What kind of recalibrate and talk through the game here? Because holy crap man thirty one for forty three nineteen one touchdown, he did have the one fumble that he himself recovered, but I think that fumble stays within his sphere of. Of influence because he was a two handed monster. Sometimes, the ball's GONNA come out. He's able to recover that one so really a pretty not I. Don't want say flawless game. Because there was the fumble and there was the there was the missed. Throw one mis-throw that you can really point out towards the end of the game that was going to have people freaking. freaking out, we'd be talking about it all week of the Eagles and pull out this game, but overall Carson Wentz from the beginning dude was on fire, the first two drives nine for eleven, one hundred seven yards at touchdown, and a one thirty seven point, five quarterback rating, third straight game for Carson winning with forty plus straight attempts I remember that being talking point. Point at the time where people said dogs got an calling out. Joe Gilio, here and I love Joe we're vantage out on a horrible take would a stupid arbitrary number to select your stats at eighty chill, the also in the opening script did a ton of getting him outside of the pocket designed. We had boots, and like the first pass of the game the. Past was boop, but they pulled say. Go naked anymore. Took my hat off. We are bringing a blocker. It is they bring, San Malo with this I have a personal protector Carson says in the half role. He didn't all the half role, so you resets the pockets at his feet, puts an absolute dime piece on our thing, twenty yards down the field in the middle of the field against great coverage so like. The set point and getting involved in the running game. This adds color and diversity to offense, so desperately needs it because all it can run a snag because Robert Davis is taken forty snaps right. This is your limitation. It's why you gotta squeeze everything else. You have at your disposal for all that it's worth I've never been so proud of miles. Sanders in my. Life would have been removed if you had told me a week to week sixteen. Mile Aniston GonNA. Sit Down on a potential game winning Tasha I've never never ever ever GonNa Happen. Can we talk about? Dallas got her career highs for catches, not a career highs for yards, ninety one. What if he's actually good like? We've been saying well. Here's a question for you. Why if he's had a picture of Jeff Heath? The revenge game again gray scale right his head shot on the back of his closet door. Reflect Dr Holes in it, like I will catch a seventeen yard. Fade Ball. You know slot fehb back shoulder ball. Ball against you in revenge for what was the most ridiculous penalty of all time? How about the six yard touchdown? wentz throws it into a sea of cowboys, defenders puts it the only place. It can go at the beginning of the year. That was gorgeous. What a gorgeous gutsy throw from whence who you can you know went has been indecisive and untrustworthy of some receivers during certain points of the year. When you get onto the red zone, winces fire in that sucker in there, and that's exactly what he did. Dak definitely did not look one hundred percent to me number two. He was able to do a noth- to. To be somewhat dangerous, so it was Kinda in the middle of like okay, is he? One hundred percent ninety percent, eighty percent I would say is about eighty percent, and you could tell that he was struggling to push the ball down the field with some accuracy I. mean that didn't matter Ronald Darby who leary had to move out of the way for the ball to to give up one to Michael Gallup and at the same time you could tell the DAX struggling a bit, and you can tell that this eagles defense got got very lucky in the first drive on third down, they blew to coverages in one play. Play, and just missed the read write, and then later on in the game that can guy wide open overthrows him has another guy open and there's a drop. This eagles defence at his as the you know. The scoreboards GonNa say nine points, but there's a lot of context to go into this one at the same time. They get a stop when when they need to so a little bit of good little bit, a bad doesn't matter because the Eagles win, Fox credited the cowboys receivers with six drops, and like I, can't remember all them exactly, but like they dropped. Some high impact passes. Yup All that's on them. Prescott weaken velocity. He was important downfield accuracy, and he was super checked on heavy, third and twelve, checking down what happened good from a coverage perspective. The Eagles fell back on were in a plane cover three. We're GONNA STAB rally tackle for most of the game. They barely barely blitzed and I was very happy to see that. I was very happy to see that because the. Drive as people said like all. The passengers has fallen away a little bit. Yeah like that last time, cowboys office line put together a good wraps eagles. Wraps they moved it down the field, and then he got the Vinny Curry Saga Agenda Making second for thirty eight into fourth name to a win. That's what pass rush do for Ya but generally speaking. The rush was very successful with four. You Know Prescott even on those plays and with Prescott was having time he was checking down frequently like I said so best to just sit in. Sit in cover. Three protect corners deep. Do not exposing up Atlanta scrimmage. That's how you give big explosive plays. That's they way it was. There was some very similar. Scary wraps to the giants game like the third down that you talked about where Randall COBB on a wheel release out of a bunch formation was wide, open streaking down the numbers. Prescott doesn't seem doesn't head of life. Stay Cooper on. The Cross doesn't head too bad. Throw, that's I. Mean these are common issues with Eagles Secondary. They did not go away on. quarterbacks aren't able to hit them whether it's the pass. Rush dominating whether it's the ANDROID. The quarterback bad quarterback knows the Games which eagles offense. A success or the defense is successful because hard to run the football down the field on them and. And then when they sit in cover three, it's hard to nickel and diamond because they're able to step routing tackle match toto Shuman, Garrett will be fired question-mark. Jones is my hero. Please beat the giants. Hashtag three words Haiku has five seven. Five is the new three I mean. I don't even need to tell you what's wrong with that. It's so bad that there's no chance our read it on this show, because that's not allowed you and I both continue to have our concerns about sanders consistency as a runner between the tackles, and those are founded, but they've become so much better at getting him the ball and space, and he's become so much better at not. Not Making critical errors into even when he does stuff that I don't like it's bouncing outside for a two yard gain instead of a four yard gain instead of losing three instead of picking up ten, so while we still got mistakes that have less consequence, and then the gun plays that he's making are typically of more consequential. You know me I'm not a I'm not a big awards person I really don't care about that, but I do. Think is a testament to what he's been able to do. In an expanded role as he gained experience, and has really helped us offense and been explosive for this offense. It's been a huge contribution getting these young guys like. 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215 - Three Small Hot Dogs

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

1:45:59 hr | 7 months ago

215 - Three Small Hot Dogs

"This is exactly right. Welcome my favorite murder the quarantines episode speed so far away yet so close episode. The we're doing it. We're on skype. I'm looking at Karen in your second bedroom. That's right pointing at each other over skype. Stephen Is Watching. Us silently from a distance. Stephen was helping me set this up earlier and I was. I tried to set it up on my phone. It's so hard. It's a so hard props to Stephen four years running on just the uncomplaining sound guy. That's actually holding so much shit down. There are only now beginning to understand. Stephen we love you. Thank you Thank you for keeping US always between eighteen twelve. We appreciate it. And but the skype for some reason the way it was doing it was taking pictures of my face at random times. And I'm not you know I'm not ready now in any way rude. Let's just rude I my face is sliding skull and skype. Wants me to know it so in doing in this in this pandemic age of enlightenment. I guess I'm focusing on superficial things to distract myself like sat. I've definitely been putting a lot of under eye cream on Lots of phone calls lots of joking around but I did have to on my sister's behalf today. Text my dad and say Hey dad for real stop going to costco like Oh does he? Just keep going. He just keeps telling my sister like that's what he's GonNa do like. He just keeps telling my sister of errands. He's GonNa run and she's going insane and it's an I finally had 'cause she's of course he always hears it her so he doesn't pay attention to what she says. But Yeah I can relate to but finally just texted him and it was like listen. You're driving crazy in your scaring both of us. You don't need frozen chicken cutlets go home stop it. What are you doing? And then he didn't Sony is then the dots came up and then they went away and he didn't say anything like so. I'm GonNa tell her what you know what I should say this for. Yeah after my first but yeah I might call him tonight just to go. Hey you're mad at me because that's what he does when I'm out him. You're not in my family are not allowed to be mad at each other. 'cause they'll just give you shit until you talk to them guy so. I might just do it back to him. But it's a kind of thing we're like look is. We're in uncharted territory. There's no leadership we all have to kind of do doctors say and we have to do with the people on the frontlines say and there is seriously. There's no reason not to be doing exactly what they say. There's WHO's saying this I. I'm sorry 'cause I will taking in so much content about this stuff but somebody was saying you're you're being asked to say in your own house. Where their food and everything you like? You're not being asked to move to some government facilit- you're not being asked very much. So fucking duly IDA war or anything. No. This is not a sacrifice you're being asked to stay inside where you usually are just the best thing you can do for this. That's like the number one. Top priority is to stay. I you you know who is a fucking who not surprisingly as being a leader at this time cards already. Fucking be live instagram's the we're I love her. She's Asaba well also try. I retreated thing. There's a amazing guy who's an amazing piano player. There's a guy that plays the piano along so when Cardi B. Does her speech about Corona Virus Gerona. And it's all she's kind of preaching but there's a guy that sent it to you. He plays the piano along with her perfectly. As if it's Lib she is singing. Issues performing the Libretto in an OPERETTA. It is the most amazing thing and then when it ends her video of her disappears and he turns to Cameron says. Wash your hands. It's the most genius Odio. Oh you know another thing too. If there's people who don't believe you gotTa Send Them Matthew mcconaughey as video from instagram of him fucking just completely talking us through what you need to do Matthew mcconaughey. Hey style oh just it's golden. It's you know there are people that I think the thing. I keep trying to remind myself as this. This is such a scary situation that some people when they get scared their reaction needs to be fuck you. You can't tell me what to do. It's the it's like you're you're basically painting both their arms and saying you have stay in. You can't know what's going to happen next and you can't. There's nothing you can do is you. Can't just do what you want. And then that triggers people and push their buttons and Shit and make some cray cray and there's yeah there's a lot of people who can't deal and so as as infuriating as it is when we see people going to like you know last week going to the beach in Florida. Whatever will there's already there's like A. There's a handful of spring breakers. Who have who have it like? It's it's this is. There's nothing not real about this. Yes happening all around us. A child died in Los Angeles today. Youngest Corona virus victim so far in America died in Los Angeles. So it's like I don't know what more. Yeah if you're one of those kind of people that needs to say it's a hoax because you're so scared you're freaking out you know Then you need to look at it from the comfort to to to from the comfort of your own home yet for really is you. Janis Guard because what you're doing is just giving it to everybody else whether you ain't even not going to die from it. The virus believes in itself. It doesn't need you to believe in it. It's those fucking twenty two year olds that are like I. I'm not sick and if I'm sick I'll get over it and it's like not about you. Twenty two year old right. And it's but it's also the the they've fifty five year olds that have this very strange kind of like I decide. What reality is thing that is also a fantasy? I mean there's lots of us that live in fantasy. Hey look listen we. We all have to adjust. People are GonNa do it at different times speaking of. Can I tell you what I've been watching? Sure what Vincent Ivan binge-watching to keep ourselves occupied for your adjustment. We started yeah. We've started true detective season one again. I highly recommend just thinking of that. I forgot everything. Apparently that had happened early very high with the first time I watched it isn't I don't remember any of the it's so good and I'm watching detroiters which is a really finally tomorrow and my son incredible and Sam Sam. It's San Richardson Vera. Tim Richardson Richardson. The funniest. I love that show. Airing saint so good. Who Have you seen Tiger King? Oh Tiger King we have to talk about. Yeah so we started watching it. We were a little like. Oh this guy. Economist socks and stopped and people can't stop talking about it so I think we need to go back to it that I did the same thing. Only the reason I turned it was probably four days ago and people keep on. Tweeting me about it of like you have to. I must know and I turned it on and it was just like it wasn't a good time where after the third person spoke to camera. I was like I can't. I cannot spend time with these people like I can't do this right now. That's exactly what it was like. I want to hear the story but these people are really Bombini out about how horrible they are tigers. Just like how am I supposed to hang out all of it? Yeah exactly I need things. That are a little less impactful at the moment. So what have I been watching? It's I of course I'm just going deep into like acorn. Tv and Brit box. Or whatever where it's like some truly like a British procedural from the nineties That I can bear on understand what anyone saying. That's the only thing that's really giving me any kind of peace of mind. Right now comforting. But you know here's what I think is a beautiful. Maybe not a coincidence. Bruni Brown's podcast finally came out unlocking are Hella and I haven't listened to it yet because I'm in the middle of a book on tape but I'm so excited because I feel like they're her voice her everything about the trailer for that. Podcast like she's presence. Yeah combing Scientific yet self-help. He kind of mind is I would probably not be wrong to highly recommend a podcast. I've never listened to you before just because it's our friend Bruno Brown. Are you doing? Phone therapy sessions. I just did one this morning for the first time that it was fine. I my Shin Now. I WanNa talk about being a workaholic. Which really bothered me. Because I was like I didn't really have anything else to talk about because I've just been in here. Can I say this my my therapist that I've been having phone calls with said to me when I was like? I don't know what to talk about the first day she was like you know in these times when there's like a singular focus instead of the day to day life to talk about. That's when you can actually get really deep into some shit because you're not being distracted by like. I'm mad at this person and I have to do this work and I'm stressed it's like you can now go deeper. Yes that's basically what happened where I was kind of like. Yeah I guess it's Okay and you know I like chaos and all the shit that I normally say or whatever and then it like kind of tumbled out of my mouth where I was just like. Yeah it's a problem because if a workaholic than I can't really at this I can't do anything nor can anyone else that has uses work to distract themselves from the difficulty and big feelings of life and I was just like sorry. I'M GONNA have to hold on that one for a second and really back to me the whole thing. Where like you use work as a way as a barometer to how good you are what a good person you are because you get work done and because you're so busy and like the busy you are the more important you are and that's the only way you can tell if you're important or not. Yeah that Shit. I'm not a workaholic. I don't know how you and I paired up we we. Are you know where we paired up at the opposite party? And that's and that's where the magic happens back in back to back. We got back to back. I you know what's funny though it's like I almost said to my therapist. I it's like that thing where I'm like. I don't know like it was great to talk to her and I'm going to do it again tomorrow. But there's this part of me that's kind of. It's almost like I get the feeling of like. Don't go in there because I think we are all so it's almost like we're waiting to find out what we're scared about or something. You know what I mean. We're waiting for the first big wave to hit or something like that and I think the important thing in it in a time like this because she said this to me. She said it before but she reminded me this morning. It feels like we're in a free fall but the key is remembering that there's no bottom to hit. Were never gonNA hit ground. So yes we're free falling and the whole trick of life is to become comfortable with the freefall understanding. It's always like that. You're never why don't we have these kind of pretend things of like? Well if I get my work done here that I'm good here in Blah Blah like. That's all fake. It's fake so it's almost like you couldn't understand though not wanting to have an open wound when you're about to go through some fucking other traumatic shit. That has nothing to do with that one for it's like I don't WanNa get deep into my childhood and fucking sad and depressed over when I can't then go have a drink with my girlfriend and fucking talk to her about it right but I can still call her on the phone so yeah. That's good well. Long conversation. The other day we agree we had a great. You know it's funny. When we got off dot call. I was like we were laughing. So fuck and harder now calling them like we never do that to each other. Because that's for a living. We never even save wheel for the podcast. Then you text me. Hey WanNa chat and I was like I would scraping my mind. Like what could she want to talk about? And then like I think she just wants to talk. All we've been having is like stressful conversations about our entire fucking business. He has and it's really fucking stressful saucer just like before we have to record this podcast. Let's have a nice conversation friends. Ooh So SARS another house on fire. I don't know I think they just want to check stuff pointed at a fire truck like a child as it went by the front of mine. Check at sorry. We're trying to say something nice about us being friends. I just know that's it there. You go no. It was great and it was just funny because as opposite as we are we are. There's almost some things I don't have to talk to you about because I know we feel the exact same way about them and those are. I think it's good for US. To remind each other of how alike we are because we always just started noticing differences because we have to do something about it but the way we are like are very comforting to me. That's a nice. It is like we're sisters. At this point it is true. Notice thinking about about like when this was all going down and who may get a call and this and that it's like you know who the best friends like the best friends in your life. Are The one who you have in your phone. Their sisters phone number or their moms for like adjusting case you can get a hold of their relative of. There's there's like the best friends you have. I think texture sister immediately or your dad and be like he had your room. Oh he would love it if you texted him. I love the recall. Adult adult friendships. Where you have a connection like that Let's to really quickly because everyone in exactly right is doing cool shit right now yesterday. The panic this network feeling this network will people are using it and actually podcasting. Who'll stuff I'm so proud. Murder Squad billion. Paul are discussing the domestic abuse resources to support people who are in quarantine with their abusers right now which is so fucking credible. Yeah that episode dropped. Yesterday I'm sorry that dropped Monday The twenty third. So that's up now so go listen to that and then they also cover have first responders might respond to a call when someone is an imminent danger. Despite the fact there's a fucking pandemic going on because people are still going through some shed. Yeah whether or not this is happening. So they cover that and I just it's important. Yeah there's those are. Yeah they're thinking about Elements of this. That are not that are really important and I think not that often discussed and I think yeah. It's very those guys did that. It hit me really hard when I saw some meam. That was like you know. There's so many people and children who escape who used their day to day jobs and school to you know to get away from their abusers. That don't have that resource now and so here's some phone numbers and I felt so privileged and like What's the word but also like I hadn't even considered that that was an issue for people. I'm so lucky that I don't have to firstly flee ignorant of stuff. Yeah very ignorant yet so glad they're covering it. It's kind of good too because then it just. It gives a kind of needed perspective. If you're really freaking out like how things are for you yeah when you hear about stuff like that or think about it or just look into what other people might need. I think it also helps that It helps yeah call everyone. You don't know who what people are going through right now. This podcast will kill you. These amazing women released a six part bonus series with updates on covert nineteen. They did a special six-part fucking episode about this. They interview Experts and cover topics from the origin of the virus. Two ways of maintaining your mental health during self quarantine. So that's coming out. Starting Monday march twenty third. They said all sixty also episodes are available So yeah I believe. They're they release them all at once. I don't know Steven if you know if I'm right about that but I believe that's the case because there's basically so you can basically binge all of them get all your info one time that's correct. Yeah it's all so you can get your been John and listen to all six Stephen. Please don't say get your been John. It's a pandemic. There's no need to go to such a dark racing those points we gave him on the whiteboard. Just because you keep us between eighteen and twelve. All our lives doesn't mean you can get your John Crazy speaking of which the per cast Sarah Stephen this week Which dropped yesterday They're of of course Recording from home talking about The pandemic Quarantines affecting them and their cats and their relationships It's a very special a very special per cast this week right. Stephen the phone line is still doing now. Doing part to Carolina Girls It's it concludes. The story on the North Carolina Brittany locklear. Who was kidnapped and murdered in one thousand nine hundred and discusses the disappearance of another girl Whose case at one point tied to Henry Lucas. That yeah in Liar. So that's coming out on Wednesday yesterday. So listen to that yeah. The fall line is such an amazing show. Those guys they're just shared the real deal. It's I'm so impressed and I'm also impressed by UNITA ride These two young upstarts in comedy man and Chris were fresh faces for Aspen we got the Aspen frustrations showcase That's a comedy festival that hasn't existed in twenty two years Time timely right right at the rate the height of the true Worry and fear weekend of the new pandemic I Made Stephen. Get into the car with me and Chris and we drove around for. I think three hours and just report and believed to back to back. QNA episodes. And the funny thing was so you know everyone knows it's it of course you can't drive in Los Angeles ever. It's it's so awful. The traffic is terrible. If you listen to I complain about it constantly. As if it's interesting we are. We are sailing around the street. There's no one out we'd go anywhere we want. It's also very strange. And there's not very many people out and then we find a this. Just you know spoiler alert we find a drive thru starbucks. That's open which I think is. Yeah Yeah that I love it. I wanted and it was pouring rain to it. Was Pouring rain. It's going to be everyone was scared. It was yeah it was pretty crazy and also this round of QNA QUESTIONS. In the beginning it was like. Would you rather be one huge hotdog or three small hotdogs or whatever where you're like okay? I I don't know the that's an amazing question love but I mean that's just a fun party version. This time people kind of into they they got they. They asked some very interesting question. Sorry but I'm trying to say ecstasy sensual ecstacy central driving and then of course the Exactly rights newest podcast. I said no gifts with Bridgier Weinberger is out. Now we're so fucking excited about it and the third episode comes out this week today. Thursday march twenty six. Yeah With the guest this week is Andy Richter which is incredible willinger. Good podcast if you guys have been following along. Thank you so much. Make sure you subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts. It really helps The podcast out. When you do that when you comment and give us yeah review. It's really helps on the charts which is awesome. Yeah and it really is such a delightful I think these days I I know personally. I'm definitely turning to podcasts. More and more. Just yeah puttering around the house as I'm really into cleaning which is surprising to me it just really like listening to other people talk is so such nice kind of pseudo socializing. I think it does all this brain. That regular socializing does so if you WANNA come in. A Larry is chat show hosted by very intelligent and very alike. Fun to listen to people. Bridget Weinberger's I said no gifts is the podcast for you and it's positive so if you're feeling down you just need to like tune the fuck out. Has something positive? This is a really great way. It was it was all recorded before this happened to. So you're not even gonNA yeah. He was months ago But I guess it's who doesn't WanNA think about presence and why you give gifts and what you get and what the worst and best have been income. I love what you did for your housewarming party. Where you just don't say gifts are unnecessary you. Just don't even mention them on the invite people bring. I did brilliant. I I swear to you and you tend to them. You told me you did it on purpose. You didn't know no I did. I was joking to you. 'cause you're like you didn't you didn't put no gifts and then I was like of course I didn't but I actually nal you about it. I didn't think about it you. You seem to be delighted by it so it didn't seem like an insult but I didn't think about it I would. I don't think I would WANNA get there'd be like no. You're just bought your own house. Get your God's gift like go to Hell so our own fucking candle. You shouldn't have bought a fucking house. Yeah you should be saving for handle. Money don't invest in real estate. Not Now now okay. On this moment I am kind of excited to talk about this because this is one of the things so we get we get given gifts when we go onto her. All the time and people will handle stuff in the in the line In the meet and greet line and they'll say they'll tell us a little story handed something. We'll say thank you. We put in a pile. We ship it back to the Office. And then sometimes three months later we go through the box. And we're like oh remember this and whatever and so. We have a bookshelf at the office. That has all the books we've been given or you know there's just different stuff all around so this book ended up on my nightstand That I started reading. I would say two weeks ago and it's called The forest city killer by Vanessa Brown and it is in London Ontario Kanye In the sixties there is a serial killer and nobody put together that there was a serial killer in this tiny town. And this Vanessa Brown. The author gave it to US herself. This this was to me. I'm sure there's one to you And I read the whole book. It's really fascinating. It's really heartbreaking You know of course it's goes into like how the family deal with it and it's you know the victims are teenage girls. And in the end I read every page because it was that good and I still by the end the it's not satisfying because it's very realistic. And you know it's just as much about her doing the research and trying to get this the truth out as anything else and then at the very end. I'm Reid I'm just kind of scanning the acknowledgments page and at the very bottom. Yeah it says its of its listing people and then it says Karen in Georgia who have no idea how important they are to the rest of us we got it right in the middle. We got a wedding. I know her parents and then she says and the last thing says end to my partner the only person who really matters Jason Dixon and then it says SSD GM VP amazing. I was like the book is Great. And that's I highly recommend but then what do we live in? We're kind of I was can. I Say I was just listening to a book right now and I put it on and everyone's been listening to it and saying how great it is. It's called Hall Make Sure. It's called the sundown motel by Simone. Saint James and it's like you know the swim goes missing in the seventies and her. Her niece goes to find out what happened. It's like one of those like true crime fiction books and in the beginning. It's like you know the thank Yous and I'm listening on audible. So it's that an and it says and to all the murdering no and I was just like what the fuck is my life yet. This is insane. It's amazing that just like the same thing happened in an Maureen Johnson's book that she is. Yeah who she's dedicated to all the murderer now. I know it's very cool. Thanks for being read books. Thanks for being here in books are now becoming a big part of what I do. It's how I put myself to bed at night because I know I'll just fall asleep on the couch watching TV. So I'm linus minds. White Castle not minds white Qila minds white class. Both are good. Answers both are acceptable answers. What about what about three White Castle Burgers and then and then you slamma white claw and then you tell the truth. Oh my God you tell everybody what you really think about their out. I haven't been outside in about three days. Listen I need to go for a walk? Yeah I watching walk by my house and I'm like yeah. That looks like it. Looks like a great idea when I don't do it. 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Like you have long hair of material. I'm surrounded by vintage I bet. It's very comforting. It is and I actually been this whole time. Been Absent. Mindedly touching my My late grandmother's bathrobe. Oh that leg means so much to me and it's nice it's not material it's silk an it's like an old kind of old timey bathrobe. Yeah milnes I just love it. Just hold it to your own. Sorry before you start nicktator. Nicotera did an MFM animation of the cocaine cocaine hogs Young it's so great I it's on everywhere but I didn't realize this and I finally saw in his link. Nick Terry has Patriot on That we should all join So go to Patriot dot com slash Ford slash? Mfm underscore animated. And you can join. Nick Terry's Patriae on and make it so that he can just do that for a living. That'd be cool. And he makes he makes merch from that stuff too. That's really cool. I've definitely seen some rod t shirts and stuff. So yes my friend Patty Riley my friend Patty Riley has his shirt with all the characters all the characters across the front and she told me she's been stopped a couple of times by murdering such a good shirt. It's yeah the new one is excellent. It's it's necessary watching for who whomever how am I going to do this? I have I know yeah I can see the lights okay. I just don't have enough hands. So let's do it this way. Let's start with this one fuck it. It's the global pandemic. I'm doing the mysterious death of Natalie. Wood Oh shit girl. I want their you did. I thought you were GONNA say like the black plague or something. Oh no one of US eventually has to do it story yes. That's so true. Wow for them each hit back in my chair and the problem with this one is like six different way. They're six different ways to do it. An options in thoughts and stories to read about it. Yeah complicated some doing kind of the bare bones but some basics right because there's just a lot of theory right because there's no no one really knows the truth exactly. Yeah yeah all right. I got a bunch of information from a Vanity Fair article by Sam cash another Vanity Fair article by Suzanne Fins Todd An interesting article by Marco Margarita. Off A biography article by. Tim Ought Wikipedia. There's a forty eight hours episode about. It called death dark water. Did you watch that no but I will after this. And then there's a New York Times article by Katharine. Ross men. I mean there is just a million articles you read about this and video to Natalie. Wood is born on July twenty eighth nineteen thirty eight. Her real name was Natalia. Zaka rinky she. Now that Mataya was real name. 'cause she was born from Russian immigrant parents oh And her mom pushes her into acting. Oh they were born in San Francisco from San Francisco or her mom. Push the girl at the age of four. Her mom pushes her into acting and she appears in a couple of films by the time she seven studio executives at our Ko pictures. They changed her name to Natalie Wood because they want to sound more American sure At at gas at eight years old she gets cast in the role of Susan Walker. The girl who doesn't believe in Santa Claus and everyone's favorite Christmas movie a miracle on thirty Fourth Street. Yeah he's the little girl like she's huge fucking role. It's a huge role and she is so great and watchable and charming and real. It's amazing it's amazing. Yeah I really love the that everyone right now is putting up Christmas trees and Christmas lights and branding. It's Christmas. I think it's a brilliant idea. Oh I forgot about that. I should get my my white Christmas tree backout. Yeah so long. I think it's a great. I take that thing apart though. Got The left it up the hill. After a series of small's Natalie would play end up playing a teen on new opposite James Dean of course in rebel without a cause. We all remember that we know about it. Hey that's a great. Let's just bookmark. Some of these. As a as a movie for your quarantine rumour was so ahead of. Its time. That movie is is. It's not like a fifties movie when you watch it you will not believe it's just incredible jail deal. It's suddenly these teenagers and what's happening in reality. Which is these baby boomers Their children are all right now. That's not right. These parents from the from World War Two are having children who are rebelling and everyone wants something different now. Yeah and it's just kind of shocking. It's a great movie. It's incredible to roll that. It's a role that earns her best supporting actress nomination at at Second Sixteen years old Yeah in her twenty's she's cast in the musical adaptation of West Side Story and other incredible movie and the movie Gypsy and by the time. She's twenty five. She's one of the youngest people to have been nominated for three Oscars. She's one of the fucking biggest stars of her time and the public had watched her grow up through the movies. So of course like you know emotionally attached to her and they're completely enamored by her. She's big huge soulful dark brown eyes end but also like this girl next door charm. So she's just you know she's Americana. Yeah and everyone loves her. Yeah in Nineteen fifty-six on her eighteenth birthday the studio heads from twentieth century. Fox set her up with twenty six year old Robert Wagner. He's known to his friends as RJ. That's his like that's what everyone calls him. And they the studio heads were thinking their relationship would get great publicity for Wagner's up and coming acting career. They always did. They set people up all the time. Yeah that was just another. I'm GonNa bookmark this for the quarantine. Watch if you've watched heart to heart and you ever wondered what the early eighties was like in Los Angeles. I'm telling you this show heart to heart H. A. RT TO HR is some cheesy amazing. It's a rich husband and wife that solved crimes for reasons. You cannot figure out like they're constantly embroiled in crime and murder even though they're rich and they live in like Beverly Hills or something and it's the background the outfits the hair. It's so it's it's on par with Colombo and I think yes here to get a hold of you then Robert. Wagner's the main character. We've been watching Colombo ever since you fucking reminding me and it's it's just as good as you. It's exactly what you said. It is so beautiful so they fall fuck and like madly in love with each other. In a way that I think only happened in the fifties and with Beaut- beautiful actors like where she fell madly in love with each other. They get married a year later in nineteen fifty seven. They and they become hollywood's royal couple. Everyone's obsessed with them. The media scrutiny of course puts a strain on their marriage and five after five years of You know Iraqi. I'm sure alcohol fueled relationship. They divorce after rumors of an alleged affair between Natalie. Wood and her co Star at the time Warren Beatty and they were in splendor in the grass together which is another great movie. Watch yeah So there's rumors of that and everyone and so they divorced but It's rumored that the real reason they split is that Natalie would actually walked in on Robert Wagner having an intimate moment with another man. Oh that's the rumor. Okay and in a lawsuit. She filed against him at the time. She charges him with mental cruelties. Oh so Suzanne. Phan said wrote a two thousand and one biography about Natalie. Wood and she alleges that she was That Natalie and her sister confirmed latterly with sister. Lana confirms this that she was raped by a powerful actor. When she was just sixteen years old at the Chateau Mont. She had gone into like interview with an actor about a position and came out second just in tears. N You know having you know having just been sexually assaulted by. And they're they say who it is. Who the person is. I'M NOT GONNA say it. Obviously but you can find it online. You know it just to say sidebar you but it is like the other day. The News report came out that Harvey Weinstein not only got sent actually got sent to jail which I think a lot of people in Los Angeles kind of can't believe but then on top of that now. He has corona virus because he's in jail And he really. Is this symbol it? And hopefully it's like the end of of not just an era but a tradition in Hollywood where people with power they just break other people. 'cause they can and no one does because no one else wants to get in their way but Lana Wood sister says that To a New York Times reporter that after the rape their mother instructed Natalie to keep it a secret in order to protect her career of course and so her mother was kind of the stage. Mom who is like anything for your career suck it up kind of person And also at sixteen years old while she was filming rebel without a cause. She had an affair with the movies. Forty-one-year-old Director Nicholas Ray. Status fucking bananas on its own way. You know yes So during her first marriage to Robert Wagner Natalie what is insecure? She's eighteen she suspicious of everyone. She has terrible insomnia and can't figure out why she's so unhappy. She starts taking sleeping pills and then she finally starts going to a psychiatrist and spends every lunch hour for the next eight years. Talking with the psychiatrist she turns down roles so she can like be close to him and and talk to him. It's pretty amazing. Every lunch hour every day yet but movie lunch hour probably fifteen minutes at three every three days so after that she has a brief relationship with Warren Beatty. He leaves her to date. A Co chat. Girl is the rumor an so natalie attempts suicide by swallowing a bunch of pills. She goes to Cedar Sinai And they save her in time. Her biographer writes that Natalie was always on the precipice of a crisis and her greatest fear. And she. And there's there's video of her saying this to interviewers. Her greatest fear is dark water and that she would drown dark water. Her biggest fear after their divorce both Natalie and RJ Robert Wagner. Mary other people they have children. They both move on with their lives for nine fucking years or like later days to each other But would and Natalie went ends up leaving her second husband in nineteen seventy-one not long after the birth of her daughter. Natasha and within three months of her second divorce R. Jay and Natalie are back together and even more in love than ever. Apparently her sister Lana does say when she was like. What the fuck to Natalie. She was like the something like the devil. You know is better than the W. We're one of those along those lines. Yeah but it does seem like they were super fucking in love with each other and obsessed. Yeah so Natalie's fear of water as I said it's been famously documented as a child. Her Mom Natalie's mom takes her to a fortune teller and the fortunetellers like She'll be a great beauty but she should also beware of dark water now from then on I know too. Yeah fortuneteller not scare a four year old please. Or whatever but also where what fortuneteller because she knew what she was talking about. So there's all these examples of her filming movies where they just get in the water and she freaked out and she's just she's terrified of it. Okay will you believe me for Fuck Sake you all believe me. I don't have to give you details. Okay despite her fear of Water Natalie. Wood enjoys boating and sailing frequently I think Catalina at the time you know that little island twenty two miles away from us. Yeah L. A. Here where the fuck rich and famous Goto like you know yacht and to hang out with yacht and boat. Yeah and like you know. Hang out without being without the plebes bugging them She even remarries. Rj on a yacht and they go on a cruise to Catalina for their second honeymoon in nineteen seventy five a couple of years later they buy their own yacht it's called the Challenger but they rename it the splendor. Even though it's considered bad luck to rename a boat which I didn't know I didn't either for shadowing all the rich people listener like I knew because of your Yada Yada hearing your Yacht Bullshit. You and you're a yacht with a helicopter pad cau- they so they hire this dude to help them. Bring the boat from where they bought it. Florida to California and end up hiring him to be there captain. He's Lenehan kind of hot dude but there's no you know that he's just a friend of theirs and it becomes a really good friend of theirs and they like having him on board and they kind of. It's almost like you know their friend on board with them. So that's good and his name. Is Dennis Dobson so by? Nineteen eighty-one now forty three year old Natalie Wood. Her career is waning. Her parts are of course going to younger actresses and meanwhile you know. Rj's becoming that hot grizzled detective cigarette smoking looking guy and he's getting a bunch of television shows and because star with his head heart to heart. Aaron loves it which I genuinely do love but I had to say again. That's thing where now would is easily one of the most beautiful Hollywood actresses there has ever been and her expiration date was what he's saying. She's in her early thirties. Late thirties when Yeah forty-three she's forty four. Tom So young and old and then meanwhile it's just like dudes get older and somehow the rules are yeah. That's great the more grizzled. You are the better at it. Yeah exactly so. I think it's fair and nothing is wrong. Yeah Breaking News as it's unfair. You won't believe everyone so anyway and their marriage gets a little rocky and Natalie's worried that RJ's drinking too much you know he's getting famous and their store. -tations on sat with the lead actress from heart to heart. His name. You thank you. Thank you knew you know that I knew the answer. Thanks Karen good girl. We're dogs and why aren't they barking? Oh they're locked. Way The fuck out of here because they would be barking any if a person walk by it would be all dogs so I fed them and then gave them both bully sticks and shuts through about three doors so they can't come in let let him in at the end yes of course so. Her career is waning. But she does Get a movie Opposite Oscar winner Christopher Walken. Who God dammit? He was a snack when he was young. Have you seen how? Ya when he? Oh Dance Ride. I bet answer. Nsf's knack and just a cool guy. Always cool guy and her last picture is with him called brainstorm he had just filmed He got an Oscar for deer hunter. Which is another movie to put on your list and put that down near the bottom. Mel Deer Hunter. Okay actually seen it. I was like Ed veterans good. It's so heavy I mean it's about it's about Vietnam veterans. So it's about as as a movie can. Okay take it off your list right now or just like way. Yeah wait till the stabilize the definitely I really want to watch twelve monkeys and fences like why would you WanNa do that right now? With a great fucking movie. I was thinking of this story while while you were kind of going through her movies. There's one that I've seen in. It's not as well known but I went through a very strong Steve McQueen phase. And there's a movie called love with the proper stranger love with the proper stranger love with the Rangers from nineteen sixty and say yes so confidently for sure but if you I would flip deer hunter in love with the proper stranger. Kiss the vibe of that movie is so lovely and it's like two people that are like not trying not to fall in love and then they have a one night stand. It's really good. It's very hard actors that it's believable. It almost seems like like I feel like if you're an actor in you're having a love scene with an a you know a with someone else you kind of have to have those vibes with them or it's going to assure terrible scene you know right. I think that is. That's why the sense. Yeah that's why actors are the way they are where they're kind of fake but they actually kind of mean it because they're just like life experience it all and then it's kind of rock and roll and yeah that's like sending your fucking closet and hide from everything with a white cloth. That's that's my acting skills in a nutshell. I'm like okay. I'll in love with Steve McQueen. Solve it that'll do it definitely okay. So RJ visits the set of Brainstorm and notices the chemistry between Natalie and walk in and is like He writes in his memoir that at the least they were having an emotional affair. Like there was a fucking connection between the two of them. Yeah at least a motel but on Thanksgiving weekend. Nineteen eighty-one Natalie invites Christopher Walken to join her in RJ on the splendor to go to catalina like that sounds like the most awkward fucking trip. I've ever heard yeah. I wonder what that was about. Yeah Christopher Walken should've said he had like hemorrhoids or something and gone. Ooh My old mild tap. Bunions are getting me. I have to adapt you too much. I need to be. Oh yeah sorry. So the Captain Dabur N- The dude. They're friends with immediately. Doesn't like walk in as soon as it gets on the boat. Because he's would naturally wouldn't him and Christopher Walken are openly flirting on the boat? Already Ohka to the group the group of four four them Natalie Wood Christopher walken wagner and the captain Dave earn vern they leave around noon on Friday and he and David says that he could tell Wagner was jealous of all the attention would was giving walk in and it's a gray Cold Day. The Sea is rough. This is foreshadowing. I'm really good at it. So Christopher Walken get seasick on the way over there. He's in his stateroom. He probably just was uncomfortable. If I'm guessing correctly and the yacht gets to the harbour and Catalina and There's no moorings available which I'm guessing is just like the the on the dock on the beach where you can more. Your boat is out. I think it means like a parking space in the harbor is way. That's my guess. Also knowing nothing about yachts or boats I think we're right. I think that it means you just jump on and off when you want to go into town. But so there isn't one of those so they have to like put their anchor down a little attitude a little out of the dock which means they have to take a dinghy if they want to go to land so unburied. Yeah I mean do. They know who these people are day class. That's what they're screaming in the dinghy as they have to row across. Do you know who I am. It's me from heart to heart. So it's it's a quarter of a mile off of avalon which is the main small town. Catalina and around five pm that evening they all go into town Davin stays behind to make dinner. They have beers at the restaurant. And then go back on board and Essentially RJ and. Natalie Start Fighting on board that Friday night because RJ wants to move the boat because of the rough sea conditions. Because they're so far out you know in the water. Natalie wants to spend the night she wants to go on shore and St fucking hotel because she's terrified of water yeah and it's all choppy and shit and he refuses but he lets her leave with the captain. Dennis and they go spend the night at a hotel together but nothing happens it's like it's very MSN. But she can she confides in the sky. Dennis a lot and one of the things she says that night is that she's thinking of divorcing him. Oh yeah and so But the next morning she was like planning on taking a helicopter. Backer a boat back to tout to Los Angeles but the next morning she reconsiders and goes back to the boat and they smooth things over so it Saturday now okay so in the afternoon that Saturday they all go to is if Smith's cove which is an isolated spot on the northern end of the island. It's a really small community that caters to yachtsman. Which means rich people Natalie Wood and Christopher Walken? Go alone on the little dinghy to a restaurant and they're sitting there having drinks and everyone saying they're laughing and having the best time when Robert Wagner shows up and he he gets pissed that they're having so much fun he's really jealous the two of them alleged young and they go to the only restaurant on the cove to have dinner and some of the restaurant staff and other diners. There said that everyone was drinking. They were drinking very heavily. And there was volatile behavior on Natalie Wood's part. It seems like she got really drunk and mad at Robert Wagner. It's P- Supposedly she throws some a glass at the wall at some point and then like he has to hide her behind his Co. walking her out because she's stumbling so much and of course everyone knows who they are fucking royalty yeah And when they when they leave the restaurant the restaurant's manager calls up the harbormaster and he's like eeo Kia fucking. I on these donkeys please. Because that's how bad it is. There's something going on here so they go back to the splendor at about ten PM and they opened another bottle of wine. And this is according to Dennis and Natalie Wood and Christopher Walk and they're all hanging out in the state room and they're openly flirting and like acting like no one else in the room and so. Rj grabs a bottle of wine and smashes it on the table in front of them and says to Christopher Walken. Jesus Christ were trying to do fuck my wife. That's quote from domestic. Now that he says okay so after that Christopher Walken so crazy retreats to his room the key and then not wood and Robert Wagner start fighting in their room and Dennis. Diversion says that he stayed on the bridge and he can hear them fighting. And it's like one of the worst fights he's ever heard between them. He says that stuff was getting strong around. And everyone on the boat could hear it and then He says the next thing here is is the ropes being the ropes from the dinghy being tugged on and the dinghy being untied. And then it's silence and then it's about eleven thirty PM. Everyone's faced at this point. You know they drink so much alcohol and then He at eleven thirty a sweaty and Toss Robert Wagner. Comes back up to the bridge and tells Dennis that Natalie is missing the dinghies gone but ex casual about it and is like she must have gotten a fight she must have wanted to go back to the land and took off on her own in the steamy. But this woman who's afraid of water and didn't even know how to operate the dinghy. Yeah so Dennis courses like why don't we turn the searchlight on and try to look for her but RJ insists that they might not worry about her at the moment they open a bottle of Scotch. He REFUSES TO CALL FOR HELP. And then more than an hour passes and it's one thirty am when they finally call for help after two hours of her being missing An RJ asked the people to look around town. I because he apparently thought she had gone back to land and the Coast Guard is called at three thirty. Am and the search goes into high year so around. Eight A. M. That morning on November. Twenty six someone's spot something bobbing on top of the water about a mile off of Blue Cavern point which is a couple of miles from if Moscow cove so close by where the boat was it's Natalie Wood's body floating face down The only thing she was wearing when she left the boat was a cotton nightgown a red down. Jacket and blue wool socks So no matter how she got on our or inter out of the water. She's not wearing shoes but she's wearing her jacket and socks. It doesn't seem like something someone would put on to. Just get an dinghy and leave well not a sober person. But right knows minnows. Yeah and so. But they find the the dinghy and its ignition key is switched off the gear shift is in neutral and the oars are up in a locked position which I feel like that to me is the most telling because if someone were dry we're trying to get to shore and they were drunken shit they wouldn't leave it in that position and like in a you know they wouldn't lock the oars and dive into the fucking water just wouldn't happen right. I mean if she didn't know how to work it anyway because first of all I thought Dinghy. I didn't realize a dinghy how motor I thought it was just the boat with the or so mia maybe like. I don't I don't know but I think it's a rich rich person's dangling okay that makes sense so it's like rich person's Day is the name of this episode but it is up thing when you're super drunk and you're in a fight with someone where you're like. I will storm on this boat. Where if they're drunk enough to be fighting in public in a restaurant on a on Catalina Island which is the smallest place on the planet then clearly there all of them were out of their normal thinking mode so then it is like fuck you I am going to leave and go back or whatever and I was like fuck you do it and like you. Don't worry about these you know. Yeah and let's not call the police because she's just drunk and maybe she'll just end up somewhere and learn her lesson. I mean because I have to say I've always heard this story and it's basically the story or the way people have always talked about. It is like you know Robert Wagner Killed Natalie. Wood and everyone knows it and it's like but I really I look for that and maybe it's because I love heart to heart but I'm looking for that. What what is a through line where you could be seeing it in a different way where it's like actually just people making terrible decisions in a boat? Which is it's easy to go wrong. I think that makes sense and feel like if he had Killed the her. The Dinghy wouldn't be involved at all. He would have just thrown her fucking overboard. You know what I mean like. How does the dinghy come into play? Yet he put her on and be like fuck you chill out not thinking she would die but let me read you more. Because there's other little clues that are weird. So the news of Natalie Wood's death spreads across the globe. People fucking like this. Is You know one of the biggest stars that can Angelina. Jolie type of thing that if she died in this manner with Brad Pitt on board. That's the equivalent of just insane Ray and John Dennis Tavern and the captain later says that that Wagner immediately comes up with the story of the night's events and tells him and Christopher Walken to stick to this story he says he regrets going along with it at a time but he the time he and for a while longer. This is the story. He sticks to They they all tell the detective that they thought. Natalie took the dinghy to shore even though Dennis Avenue that Natalie was deathly afraid of water and didn't know how to pilot the small rubber boat herself. There's no mention of the fight. The men say that the shattered wine bottle is from the waves and soon after the discovery of the body. Rj and Christopher Walken. Leave the island in a helicopter and leave to identify the body Catalina. Oh No yeah I know ray I but I wonder if some kind of lawyer didn't step in and start telling everybody what to do behind the Kodaly or someone was like you don't WanNa see her the way she is like it does make sense to have someone you know a step outside of her immediate loved one yet identify a body also this is basically circling back to like the casting couch thing and the the the thing. I was talking about earlier where this is the kind of thing and I think it surprises people. But it's like you know these are two. These are three major stars so the financial impact on the studios that they worked for the TV shows or whatever there are people. It's just like Michael Clayton fixer. You know what I mean. There are people who when you're rich enough come in and take care of things for you. In a way that powered no one gets in re in real life and I would ever get that kind of help. No one would ever end it is. It's it's like borderline. It's like the Mafia you know what I mean. We're they're protecting their investment. They're protecting this these parts of the studio. It's just like yeah I can. I can absolutely imagine there's somebody that no one's ever known the name of that that you know sailed out on a and was like this you go here you shut your mouth and it's easy to say it was Robert Wagner. Because he's you know he's the husband. The husband always did it but actually I would I would. It's easy to imagine for me to imagine some kind of like studio head that was like sending a guy out and basically getting fixer deal with it and Robert Wagner has been an actor since he was young. He's used to being told what to do by these higher power. Oh yeah also. The autopsy shows that would actually has multiple bruises on her arms and an abrasion on her left cheek. In the corner explains her bruises as quote superficial and quote probably sustained at the time of drowning in. The corner concludes that Natalie had fallen into the water. While trying to board the Dinghy. But they're also fingernail scratches found on the dinghy side as if she was trying to hoist herself up from the water so maybe she was trying to be like fuck you. I'm Outta here and the dinghy got you know untied and she floated along. Who now I mean. It's kind of far fetched. But I mean he except for if they're if they're now a cop car just went by a cop car just dog house. Yeah really torch a knife. And she's in the street No I was just thinking like being so drunk being as drunk as they were As you told me they were. Yeah Yeah and then you're like I'm leaving this yacht. Getting on this dinghy like can you imagine yes right now? Getting onto a dinghy how scary that would be and weird. I got and if your drunken enraged I I don't know a boating accident. It's easy to pick her. Know if your shit face it's not it's not far fetched. No it's not. It's not far thing for someone who was drunk. And also by the way on Motion sickness medication and painkillers. Yeah found in her system. She had her her. What's it called? Bmi was point one four which is twice legal limit tiny slurred what BMI is body. Us thank you. You know what I meant you know what I meant. Was her alcohol level. Point one four so she's probably teeny tiny person. Yes right. She's got all of this in her in her system. She's an almost twice the legal limit. Yeah I feel like I feel like not hearing a splash is a like no and I know everyone on the boat light. Initially but like people on different boats nearby would have heard a splash. I Dunno I mean Yeah I don't know either. Yeah Yeah so the After a two week investigation the police will her death and accident and eventually Dennis Diversion Leaves California for the East Coast. And he in the nineties. He starts drunk dialing. Lana Wood Natalie Wood's younger sister being like dude I gotTa tell you the fucking truth Like what I told He. He made me tell that story. And there's all this crazy shit about like you know. After the fact he lived with Robert Wagner and like wherever wagner got in parts on TV. And you know kind of seems like he was grooming him in a way And then Lana starts to believe it and a believes you know. He tells her about the explosive fight they had and Lana becomes one of RJ's harshest critics and He she accuses him of pushing naughtily into the water. So and She's a she's an actress as well and people accuse her of exploiting Natalie's death for attention but she says she just wants the truth and then for years Robert Wagner tells people he thinks Natalie was trying to retire the dinghy when she slipped and hit her head and fell in the water. That's like in his biography. That's his autobiography. That's his theory. Is that She was tightening the ropes and fell in Christopher Walken hasn't publicly spoken much on the events he fucking won't talk about it but he does appear to believe that it was in an axe with an accident and in November. Two Thousand Eleven Dennis Tavern he had finally come forward at that point and publicly announces that he lied to detectives during the original investigation and he his the his confession gives the LAPD reason to open the case. So this is when this all comes out his whole story about what happened that night. An area everyone here. What year was that when he finally came forward? Yeah Two thousand eleven. Oh shoot okay. Yeah so everyone's like you're trying to get money for you know for your To write a book about it and from the Paparazzi. You're just trying to get money BLAH BLAH BLAH. But either way. The case is reopened. Enduring a six year investigation. The new detectives on the case review the autopsy. Find that Natalie has head wounds that are traveling and may indicate that she was in a violent fight and was pushed or tossed into the water while unconscious and according to one detective she quote. Looks like the victim of an assault and they do the whole thing. They talk about the like the way. The wounds were You know delivered is up and not down and so she didn't fall this way. She felt that way. Or whatever the fuck and they discover a key witness a woman in Maryland who was in about eighty feet away that night and she says that she and her boyfriend heard a woman screaming for help around eleven pm They tried to call the harbormaster. It goes unanswered. But there's a party on a boat nearby so they're like oh it just must be partying. Oh I know and twenty twelve. The autopsy report is amended to no longer classify Natalie Wood's death as an accident and her death certificate is changed shoe drowning and other undetermined factors. So I think it is now not accidental drowning anymore and in two thousand eighteen Robert Wagner is officially named a person of interest in the case. They can't name a suspect but he's a person of interest that crazy. Yeah I mean. Of course he's a person of interest. That's there's four people on the boat like yeah but they're not naming Christopher Walken as a person of interest. Just Rob Reiner they changed. I think the fact that they changed Her death from accidental drowning. Which means no one is a person of interest to drowning and other undetermined factors. Meaning there has to be. There should be a person of interest if this is an accident. Right and it's Christopher Walken is an involved. Yeah I can't imagine. Yeah also what a terrible situation for him. Look what if he I mean he really did like was in love with her huge crush on her was he was there because he was in love with her and thought maybe. I'M GONNA win her over from her husband or whatever yeah idea and then he's there a Hawaii was married at the time but it's also like maybe maybe he they were just friends and he definitely heard them fighting that night but what he wants us to be a huge fucking actor. He wants to be an actor so he can never speak of this again riot. You know. Rail tarnish his entire reputation. Right Natalie Wood's death remains one of Hollywood's biggest mysteries. No one knows how she got into the water Police say they're not going to close the case that the case is now undeniably a quote. Suspicious DEATHS WOW And then Her daughter Natasha Gregson Wagner. Who We've talked about on the podcast before and she was partially raised by her stepfather who was RJ. She believes slowly that her mother's drowning was an accident. And she says the little details. Don't really matter to her quote the result is the same. She died and she laughed when I was eleven and my sister was seven and needed her. Oh no Ono said she was. She was hilarious. She was always so funny she would walk into our house and everything would be better if she walked into a room and it was Sepia. It suddenly became bright colors and Natalie would be would be eighty two years old and a grandmother if she were still alive today. And that is a mysterious death of Natalie. Wood heartbreaking heart sad this woman this poor woman who just wanted some kind of normalcy in her life. Which there's a podcast called fatal voyage and the first season is about the mysterious death of Natalie Wood. And so they her sister talks and it goes really deep And there's a lot of information there so check that out you WANNA know more. That's very cool. Yeah because I would love to know the detail I mean to really hear about what the details of the autopsy were and like the because it is so fascinating when Corners can go over stuff and and basically be like the way. This wound the direction of the indicates. This like when we are that kind of stuff gets like sussed out and In court by corners. I always find that to be the most fascinating because it is. Yeah it really does tell so much more and who knows what Have Robert. Wagner's you know. Feary is true that he was saying that The Dinghy kept banging against the side of the boat and so a couple a couple of times in the past. He's had to go out and tighten it because she couldn't sleep with the banging noise. Yeah so what? If that night after they got in a fight and he went back up to drink with Dennis. She went down to try and tighten it which under which makes sense that. She had no shoes on and just coat and she fell in. Yeah and she was like Oh like in a bad mood because of all the fighting and all the drinking and still a little drunk and she was like fuck. Everybody and I'm just going to go fix. I mean that that's actually incredibly tragic. There's so many elements of tragedy to this but the idea that this fulltime. Everybody thinks he killed her when actually it was just a terrible accident and it makes me think as well of those times so many parties. I've been to where people get my friends. Get so drunk. And they're like I drive home and you fight with them for hours to get out of their hand and there's so many times you just go find drive yourself home. You asshole like I used to have my friend used to get who I loved. But he get so drunk and finally my ex would go out and just D- he would just basically make it so his car wouldn't run so he's like here take the keys and he would like go. Take the whatever caps or the you know what I mean. Unplugged the battery or whatever some kind of thing that he knew how to do because he knows cars just like he would. Just go pass out in his car. But it's like there. Is that point when people are drunk? And you're in a fight and everything is bad. You know what I mean. We're you just go fine like getaway from Hawaii. I've gotten in a fight with her boyfriend at a bar. I'm walking home at like. Walk Tom in the middle of fucking the lower haight in San Francisco. Who Go and then. I've gone into dive bars. Fuck him I'm going to have a drink by myself in this. You know. It's this yen safe fucking things because you're not thinking clearly yep and has gone. It's a key was just as drunk. Sounds like you know from all those stories. It's like he's you know It's surcharge or he's throwing the fucking water but who knows I mean it's interesting since we've all heard that theory. It's very interesting to hear kind of the details. I I mean I. I never knew any of that other stuff. It's amazing. Yeah. Wow great job thank you. You're welcome home security there too as you can go about protecting your home. There's the traditional way where you wait weeks for technician to do a messy installation that costs small fortune. Or there's the other way simplisafe simplisafe. 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That's the man on the train and that yes if you haven't read them out on a train and you're looking for a quarantine entertainment. I know I've recommended it a hundred times but it is a runner it book. You haven't I swear you'll love it. No I'M GONNA I'm GonNa do it. My clothes it's written by Bill. James and Rachel McCarthy James who I believe listens to this show. Ya because what I recommended it and she said thank you but maybe someone just told her anyway amazing. I'm GonNa tell myself that she listens anyway. Yeah that that looks amazing. No this is a little bit different K. It's really crazy okay. So it was suggested by Kim b She wrote in to the To Our g mail. So thank you can be for suggesting this story. Our sources are the spokane spokesman review the East Bay Times The Guardian and always my one true love murder Pedia okay. We're just GONNA talk about this really quick because this came up once before long ago. The Term Hobo is not problematic trades. The her Hobo is not a reason for you to get upset. That term Hobo comes from a time after the civil war when a lot of men who are out of work and looking for a basically migrants farming jobs looking to go anywhere. They said they would jump on the railroad and they travel all around the country to get farming jobs anywhere that there were farming jobs based on what was growing and being farmed and they would bring their own hose with them so the nickname used to be. Ho Boy H. O. E. and then after you know as time passed it got shortened down. Hobo. And that's what that's what Hobos call each other so if you think problematic on wow you can call your local Hobo and bring it up with them but but there's also a modern term for Hobo which is trained writers so we can also use that terminology as well but We need to take the stigma off Hobo. Because there's no. There's not a problem at that as far as Hobos are concerned. So here's it starts in one thousand nine hundred five. In December of Nineteen Ninety. Five thirty nine year olds a train. Rider will call him. William petted junior get. He finds himself a spot to sleep in the box car on the train that he is writing illegally. Of course. That's how all of all of all of this is Hobos and train writers people that jump onto moving trains and hitch rides. It's illegal there are security guards that they're actually called by Hobos and train. Writers are called Bulls and security guards. Often look for them to kick them off They're not supposed to be doing it. It's very unsafe to do anyway. And then on top of that. There's a lot of danger With the other people that that on the train. So William petted junior found a boxcar. He found a spot to sleep. The train was passing through. Northwest Oregon. He's in a sleeping bag. Covers his with an old baseball hat. And he snuggles and it's really cold. He Falls Asleep and sometime during the night. Another a train rider sneaks into that car and beats pettit junior to death with a blunt object. Go my God. The murder takes all of pets belongings including the clothes. He's wearing and leaves behind his nude body in the bloodied sleeping bag. So when the train God yes when the train gets to the station in Miller's Berg Oregon one of the railroad security guards the bull. Who's working the train yard that night? He does the routine check of all the boxcars on the train. And he finds William Petty Juniors body and calls the police so when the autopsy is conducted It's deduced that pet. It was killed as the train passed through Salem Oregon which is roughly twenty miles. North of where the train stopped and so- Salem was where the authorities were contacted. So Diana Moffett at is the prosecutor at the time in Salem Oregon and the case she gets the case she knows the odds of solving a murder that took place on a moving train and the murder of a transient The the odds of being able to track that down and solve that case are very low and so she didn't have a lot of hope and but then just two days later she learns that body of train writer. Michael Kleczka has been found bludgeoned to death in boxcar in Portland railyard and the scene is very similar to William Peta. Juniors murder he'd been bludgeoned violently about the head and his all his stuff had been stolen. So Diana Maya Calls Portland Kazaa. Obviously the Portland's the big city an Oregon and she wants someone. That's actually going to investigate this case in someone who knows what they're doing so she calls detective. Mike Quackenbush to help with the investigation I'm going to have to say his name a bunch of times. It's one of those. It's simply adds an unfortunate name goofy but yeah but so was killed era We respect we respect you. We respect the job so as detective. Mike quackenbush begins to dig into these murders. He discovers that these two murders are not isolated incidents in fact there are hundreds of transient murders on trains. And it's assumed that they just somehow got violent fights with each other and and wound up dead right. All of these cases are neglected by the police because of the they're in because of the victims quote unquote high risk transient lifestyle and the detective sees in in these cases that he starts to find the secret police code written on many of them and H I which stands for no humans involved which is what they found the. Lapd wrote on a lot of the GRIMM's sleeper's victims when they go and the police decide that If you you have a high risk lifestyle if your sex worker Especially if you're a person of color or your transient. That's the nickname. And it's disgusting. So here it's awful everybody protect and serve and No that absolutely. There's humans involved if it's a murder case anyway So Mike Quackenbush sees this. And he's like you can't just kill people just because they're transients. This is unacceptable. And he's like digging in so he learns all he can about. Hobos train ride life. He checks all the switching yards and he interviews the bulls the railway workers and the writers themselves to get a feel for the culture and who the big players are in the community but among the most important pieces of information that he discovers is that there's a well known gang that rides the rails and they're called the F. t. r. a. So the F. T. R. A. STANCE STANDS FOR FREIGHT TRAIN writers of America. Although there are those who would argue it originally stood for fuck the Reagan administration and sister and so my mom is a posthumously belongs to that train writers association pack Earth Vice Latte the FDR A was founded in the early eighties by a bunch of Vietnam veterans. Who'd come back from the war found? They couldn't fit back into quote Unquote Normal Society and they wanted to live their own way by riding the rails finishing for themselves and traveling all across America. And I watch this documentary and it was called Mugshot it was it was it like a. Docu series that I'd never heard of before it might have been Canadian because it's just familiar enough to be like what's this. Yeah I would have known this but Right is really good. And they had so much footage of people just standing on train cars as it as they go through like this most beautiful scenery like. I could really see the appeal of doing this. I I mean I'm fascinated by transient lifestyle. And how you cope. And how you not cope but like how you thrive and how you survive and how you how that will you know. Yeah why that life is so appealing to people. It's fascinating it really is and like what it actually takes. You know. There's all kinds of rules. You can't just get on any old. Yeah there's obviously very territorial. There's lots of things to look out for legates. It's fascinating you know there was now. I can't remember if it was. I think it was season to season. Two baskets and Yes Oh my God. I wish I was just thinking about that and I remember what it was. But it's young fucking basketball season two by hopping the rails trying to become a train rider a Hobo. And Oh my God. It's the ends up in jail. It's yes my favorite That's a great Great Show. Watch basket- Hey you can binge baskets ish four seasons I find it to be very quality writings gorgeous. Show okay I want so according to a longtime Hobo named Jerry. The FROG FORTIN. And there's so many amazing using names of of these who speak in this in. Mugshot AND THEY SPEAK. They play songs. You know it's a whole culture. It's it's fascinating Almost reminds me a little like prison culture? Where it's like. Here's what you have to do to get by. Yes total. Everyone knows what to do. You know and the driving force in this culture is like the freedom. It's like it's like you don't want to like you can do without having money. How can you get by? And how can you all stick together and help each other Do you live off the grid. Yeah exactly so Jerry. The Frog Fortin. Who was named Nineteen Ninety-seven National Hobo Associations King of the hobos. I mean he's this guy's legit high up his is up there. He says that the vets who formed the F. T. R. A. Were just quote a bunch of guys who wanted to ride together Other people say and obviously Jerry clearly would is an expert in knows but there are other people who who say that it was always a violent gang and some say it was always a violent gang of white supremacists who banded together to steal from other hobos either way. It's now a network of criminals known for assaulting and even murdering their fellow drifters so in many cases they assume they will attack someone. Kill them assuming their identity and then commit fraud like welfare fraud food stealing getting food stamps. Under other people's names other forms of theft. So and the thing is because they're living at transient lifestyle. They can just commit a crime board a train. They're out of town. There's no record of the travel. There's no actual identification there. It's very difficult to track. Okay so As detective quackenbush questions the train writers. He starts hearing about a very dangerous Hobo. Who goes by the name of sidetrack and He meets a Hobo. He's actually able to meet a Hobo. Who's able to describe what sidetrack looks like in that Hobos name? If you will believe me is chew. Johnson Johnson Hitch okay so quackenbush basically so the way he he gets into this investigation is he finds out the train that Michael Clydes body was found on and then he and then he follows the route of the train and he just visits every train every rail yard and That that train stopped out and all the encampments that surround those trail yards and basically. He traveled all across the Pacific northwest showing these victims photos to anybody. Who would talk to them? We'll talk to him and who might know them so finally on his way back. He's in Eugene Oregon. He finds a rail writer who says he saw clients wander off in search for math with another man who went by the name sidetrack so while he's investigating this and on this kind of scavenger hunt all all across the Pacific northwest following these train tracks. He gets calls from three different police officers one in Utah one in Kansas. Another one in Montana. They're all working on their own transient murder cases which took place in the past eight months involving victim being bludgeoned to death so shed yeah so quiet like a transient serial killer breaks exactly and in a way that if it wasn't there one offs in these other cities right but just by chance in Oregon. There were two in row so they were like. Oh this is. There's this isn't just like train. Ride or justice or whatever's like some argument. But you know yeah can't be rationalized so quackenbush asks those policemen. Have they heard of a man named sidetrack they have not but they have all heard of someone named Robert Silveira? So now quackenbush believes. He's look he's possibly looking for two people sidetrack and then this Guy Robert Silveira so he chases both of them for another year before he finally gets. This really crucial break. It's an afternoon of Saturday. March second nineteen ninety-six and he gets a phone call from a security guard. A train yard security guard a bull in Roseville California that Bolt. Hell's the detective. He was running a routine check in Roseville train yard and came across a man with an outstanding warrant for a probation violation and this man is thirty seven year. Old Robert Silveira so quackenbush travels down to the plaster city jail in Roseville to meet Silveira face to face But he's nothing like the violent intimidating gang member that quackenbush has people have been describing to him instead. This man's calm polite soft spoken but when Quackenbush astle verify goes by any other names when he rides the rails Silveira says yeah they call me sidetrack so now he knows that you are actually one man and then Silveira starts spilling it okay. So he openly admits that he is a member of the F. T. R. A. And that he's a heroin addict. Who STOLE FROM OTHER? Hobos to get drug money basically But then he immediately confesses to the murders of William Petty Junior and Michael Ki Clydes and yeah just immediately says an as he does. He seems relieved in. He tells quackenbush that he just wants to get it all office chest and that he's glad he got caught because he would have continued to kill and then he immediately confesses to six more killings lap. If I wonder if he wanted to be imprisoned like one of those guys just like like wants to be in prison. I mean it seems to me because he clearly was a very bad heroin addict and I bet you. She was so strong out and like the way he was living was so crazy. I mean you know it sounds like it. Sounds like he wasn't a psychopath or sociopath like he was doing he in his mind justifying what is doing to like get by but it really affecting him and drugs. Weren't like making all that hideous. You Know Guilt. Go Away That's all that's completely editorializing. On my part conjecture your honor allegedly so as Silveira spills his guts. He mentions the police that he killed someone in Albany California which is in the East Bay. This prompts them police to contact another officer of. Who's named William Paul meany Who's in Albany and he'd been investigating the murder of a homeless Vietnam that fifteen year. Old James McLean and that had taken place near train tracks in Albany in nineteen ninety five so The time line. That Silveira gives Paul meany. When Paul meany interviews him matches up to this murder of James McLean and as Paul meany continues to talk to Silveira and get get stuff out of him. The soft spoken man admits that in the last fourteen years. He's killed dozens of people across twenty eight states. Oh my God Yup. So Robert Silveira is indicted for the murders of William Peta Junior and Michael Clayton in March nineteen ninety-six and sale Oregon in January of Nineteen Ninety eight he pleads guilty to both murders avoiding trial and potential the potential for receiving the death penalty. He's given two life sentences without the possibility of parole and then in February of one thousand nine hundred eighty eight Silva's extradited to Kansas where he pleads guilty to a third murder that of rail writer Charles Randall Boyd. And in Kansas he gets twenty five year sentence and then in. May of nineteen ninety eight he's extradited to Florida where he pleads guilty to the murder of rail writer Willy Clerk Silveira continues to serve his life sentences in Oregon where he will remain for the rest of his life. Yeah and so basically. They've they've gotten him on the murders that they investigated and that they that there were cops that were paying attention to and there were chasing down amazing but there's tons more that just no one would ever like would ever known about now. He didn't say `self and that detective. Detective William Paul meany from from Albany. He actually partner up with a writer named Tanya Chiluba and they wrote a book called murder on the rails And it's all about the the the like details about the F. T. R. A. And the other crimes that Silveira committed during all of his years Riding the rails as a Hobo all across America and that. Wow is the story of the boxcar killer do yeah? Isn't that nuts? That's such a world that like you can't even fathom from your home you know you're sitting in your home and that this is what life is and it's just unfathomable and then going around on top of all of it fucking. Killing people wouldn't have known he hadn't confessed right. It would evolvement unsolved. They hadn't confessed break well and you know. I think that it's the it's the idea of Lake when you think about like Hobos. It's so positive up. Oh they liked to do that. They're happy to be where they are. Which is what is a part of it. I think is like it's the choice to be away from normal society and being like I'm I'm going away from that and doing this but yeah that's this is the this is the dark side of that. This is the you know when you when you go off the grid you you you don't. It's not the you know you don't belong to this fraternity of other you know there's a whole faction of people off the grid who are doing so. I don't WanNa follow any of society's rules in place to keep you safe and being strung out on drugs makes you do things yet. Ordinarily would never do and this is almost like a most extreme version of that where it's like. You just have to get that next fix so you'll just steal whatever from whoever and you kind of rationalize it off on crazy. Good job thank you so much fucking arrays. I think we all need them right now. Right yeah send us your fucking arrays of people or you doing positive things in the world. It's really helpful. All right you WANNA start sure Let's see I one here is from two. Am talker and they said my fucking her. As that I just got my first. Ever article accepted by national newspaper here in New Zealand. I'm a supermarket worker and I wrote the article about the effect of bulk and panic buying as seen through the eyes of a checkout operator. Oh my God amazing. At his the cool. That's so thing you know what I'm really important point like. This is a very stressful time in. This is a very crazy time. But it's also something that no one's ever gone through before if you even have the slightest interest in writing you should absolutely have keeping a journal beekeeping it diary right every single day right all your feelings right. What happens what you see? It's you should absolutely be doing it. I feel like there's so many people that I say to them. I WANNA fucking here. I want to read her memoir. It's those kinds of people. You're like Tommy everything. What is your docking lifelike? Yes that's incredible but especially people who are working in grocery stores. They are really my friend. Jason Hi Jason. Who listens to all everything we do He doesn't he is on the front lines. He works grocery store in Portland and he had a he is. He's just like I I've never he's like I just want to work in a grocery store. I didn't never thought I was going to be like a emergency personnel. And he's like out. It's actually fine because people are he's like first of all if you're old or no people are old. Almost every grocery store has insta- card APPs and you should get old people to learn how to use INSTA- cart and have their groceries delivered. Almost every grocery has that Jim and Marty God damnit stay home and limited to you. God Damn it. Yeah that's amazing. I have a similar one. This is from Ali Mac thirty From instagram my fucking her as my dad. He's not in healthcare but works as in a grocery store and to be. Honest is no spring chicken but he's been taking. Every opportunity has to work and restock shelves as fast as possible for those that need supplies during the shutdowns are healthcare workers definitely deserve a ton of appreciation and applause but so do those who are working in essential areas to keep people cared for during the pandemic. That's exactly right yeah. I walked into the grocery store. This morning is the I hadn't been for two weeks and I needed to get up and write as I walked in somebody got on the loudspeaker and was like we just like to thank all of our hard working employees and like the manager would ever made a little speech and then everybody stopped and clapped in the store and I went silent just because I got into it and the lady behind a Deli counter started laughing so hard where I was just like. This is this is what people need. People need to understand that other people get the EH. They're sacrificing. We need to. I need to cheer for the people on the front lines. The healthcare the doctors the nurses the Ainhoa Administration at we need. We need to celebrate them right now because it's so terrifying high A. Hey y'all today day. Ten of self-isolation Quarantine. I got a phone call that I was accepted into medical school. I was literally laying in bed when I got it. And it's the best call I've ever received in my life. Sorry family. This was my second round applying the fourth school. I've interviewed at initially my fourth. Wait List and finally my first acceptance. I've wanted to doctor since I was twelve years old and it's finally happening for me. Hope y'all are having a good day. Dorothy congratulations dorothy. Hurry up or I think -gratulations incredible this is Nikki does stuff my secondary. I work in animal shelter and pre Corentin and during if we're being honest we replacing animals into foster homes. We now officially have to close our doors to the public for now but we managed to get over three hundred twenty five out of our shelter this past week most of the having been in the past three days. Ssd GM and Rescue Animal K. Wow I'm is true you guys. They're closing shelters. These animals are still coming in. This isn't stopping if you ever thought about adopting a cat kitten or dogs or whatever the fuck now is an amazing time to do it even if a foster during the quarantine. It's badly needed right now. Yes for sure Oh this is good This starts huge fucking hurry. I'm a fedex driver and with businesses closing. We're running out of places to wash our hands and use the toilet residents in my area. Have Been Renting portable toilets for US drivers because they know our predicament and how insanely busy. We are currently PS. I've only peed my pants once in the last three years. And that's from Alex. That's incredible people getting together to Rent porta-pottys for for drivers we have a chance right now to be humanitarian yesterday. We're GONNA take are gonNA take it or are we going to be selfish pieces of Shit? Who by all the bread and Piero and like you can decide which way you wanna be. Watch your life like it's a movie and figure out what you want this this heart to look like because you absolutely are in charge of it and I tell you what you get out there and you give of yourself and you'd give for other people and amazing thing comes back to you wait. I'm not drunk at my. There's also a lesson to be learned about being kind to yourself right now and also caretaking and you don't you know I'm in the mood of like. What do I have to accomplish something during this or else? I'm a loser and it's like you don't have to just take care of yourself and this one is about that. Is it my turn? Yep Okay for a merger Gant Mergen Mergen. Any this is from mergen any my suck and ray is that. I'm super lactose intolerant. And typically avoid dairy altogether. But now that I'm not going anywhere and won't be around people for the next few weeks. I'm living my best luck host filled life. God I cheese so take care of yourself to. You can't help other people if you're a fucking mess you know what I mean. Yes you can help people when you got your shit together right you have to put your own oxygen mask on first and for me for me today. That involved cracking open one of those tubes of grants biscuits and baking biscuits and then I eat him biscuit with some jelly on it and drank tea and I was like. Oh and do you know how I got the idea because April? Richardson came to visit and when she lives in London now she lives in England now and when she went to fly back she flew back with like twelve tubes of of biscuits. 'cause they don't have them over there and I texted her. I texted her a picture of the baked mysticism. Like this is your fault. 'em Like my eating this and she's like Thanksgiving during a pandemic true. It's true all bets are off. It's fucking I mean. Put put the drink a shake every now and then the green shake but otherwise your vitamins take your vitamins. Vitamin D. WHO? Yeah vitamin I was thinking about how I'm gonNA come out of this pandemic with incredible skin because I'm going in the sun but I'm going to be severely depressed because I'm not getting enough son. You gotta get that Vitamin D. You can take it in pill form the totally ECHINACEA. Take all your things that build up immunity. Please vitamin B. Take some turmeric. It's all important. How about some fish oil? Okay Jill. What if we just start naming vitamins back and forth if for the next full hour? Why don't why don't you like our podcast? What's the problem with it? Let's start a podcast where we just name vitamin okay. We'll I'll go ahead and save vitamin hello pets and friends as many of you know. There's a serious mask shortage in healthcare right now. In fact I am allowed one mask per day that I wear the entire shift. I'm getting bruises and scarves from where from wearing where masking that. I don't that don't fit. And just spending sixteen hours in them. So that's I don't know if you've seen that but there's pictures doctors and they have really bad bruising and scars in a mask shape and the goggles shape because they don't fit but they just have to put them on their face anyway. Okay so this is my job and I'm happy to do it and I love caring for people. Most of the people caring for aren't even here for Corona. Just sick just as I was getting desperate enough to think about buying a pack on Ebay of the properly fitting masks. My Parents Church ended up finding sixteen thousand masks on on pallets off a truck from a grocery store that they were They were buying trying to get non perishables to people without jobs but they found sixteen thousand mass and selected my hospital to be one of their receivers so it might not be the biggest fucking away but you know what fucking hurry. Healthcare workers need light encouragement and community and this made me sob uncontrollably. We found in donated sixteen thousand masks. Thanks for all you do. Stay sexy and wash your hands Monica. Oh my God yeah. People are. People are being fucking heroic right now and do lots of good. Lots of good yeah. I'm so impressed and moved and touched and this is incredible and this is unprecedented time. We're coming close it up now. This is unprecedented Tom. It's an unprecedented time. It's the time we're gonNA tell our grandchildren about if they'll listen to us and Yeah Yeah what do you think it's Cra- I mean it's yeah we just just stay in reality. Stay in the here and now and know that everybody is scared. Were altogether in the stress and fear and unknowing That's the thing that's going to get us through. It is that we're all together. And there's people out there by porta-pottys for truck drivers because they understand and care. There's people who really care and there's more people who care than people need to hoard shit because they're not working they're stuff out correctly so remember that this and this is a time. This isn't a time to ignore your depression or to ignore your issues. Continue to talk on the phone with your therapist. You can still find one right now if you need to there's therapists this isn't a time to pause that no not at all. I'm sure a lot of people who have eating disorders are going through some shit right now. Too It's not time to ignore that. So you know. Keep working on that behind yourself. That's that's the whole idea is like look. It's the one thing that's also helping with his perspective because all the things that we thought used to matter they really don't what matters now is staying alive staying healthy and listening to doctors and experts people who know what they're talking about and treated treating this thing like the scary thing that it is and not pretending That it's not gonNA help anybody. Keep other people healthy by staying home one hundred percent and we'll be here. Frio every week all right. Well then stay sexy and don't get murdered Elvis. You want a cookie.

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