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Dr Rangan's Chatterjee's top Christmas tips.

The Emma Guns Show

02:51 min | 1 year ago

Dr Rangan's Chatterjee's top Christmas tips.

"As part of Christmas Christmas putting he's back it's Dr Wrong today and a lot of you have been asking about how to avoid the pitfalls of excess and overindulgence during the festive season. Dr Along Chat Today. What are your thoughts can so much to say on this? Few few thoughts come straight to mind. Are Firstly Bikaner yourself recognized. This is a busy time of year. They they were also in precious. Beat yourself up if you overindulge all humanity in the best that we can i. Can I say second thing if you busy at work. You're busy with family. Suffered busy with work. Don't forget about movement. Movement is one of the best ways of de-stressing Lychee getting stressed out. You are building up nervous this energy in your body. You'll priming your body move. Don't worry about going to the gym that worry about the spinning class even five minutes of movement. Will it make you feel bad. So it can be skipping could be star jumps. It could be a quick run around the block and it could be. If you've got kids that could be kicking a football around in the. It doesn't matter but move your body. The final thing I'd probably say is one of the biggest problems these days. We don't have any time to ourselves this problem. mm-hmm is often heightened during the festive period when their loss of competing pressures and competing demands. Make sure every day even if it's just a five or ten ten minutes you take time out for yourself but you phone off rights. Just be there. Sit Down with a cup of tea gear for walk. Listen to some music. Do something the thing that you're doing for anyone else for your partner. Not via children of your colleagues you're doing it unashamedly yourself. I hope those shorts help you you enjoy and get the most out of this festive period and also you can just listen to wrong voice because how common is that during the festive season. Merry Christmas very uh.

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#126 Terry Hershey: Soft Hearts-Windows to the Soul

OC Talk Radio

47:51 min | 1 year ago

#126 Terry Hershey: Soft Hearts-Windows to the Soul

"It's cutting into your exercise time it stabbing you in the back nine and it's attacking your peace of mind it's pain and it's getting in between you if you want to live CD medic target your pain at its source it's fast acting relief with active OTC ingredients plus the added benefits of THC free hemp oil welcome everybody's time ooh windows to my soul most often occur in tragic moments of my life generally in times of serious laws like to talk about his most recent post and Sabbath moment titled See With our Heart Only I want to expand and the topic a bit to include how a soft heart can open a window to your soul and we will explain what a window again for the next Chapter Charlie hedges as he explores turning the page on his life and yours jetlag from Hawaii Experience jetlag from Hawaii I don't know maybe it's just my excuse to be lazy I'm not sure but anyway today again moments that I call windows to my soul and typically is I stated these occur for me when my heart is soft and or even broken Seoul is there are just moments in life where you get to see deep inside of yourself that that is that is conscious and this is Thursday I think or is it Friday this Friday and I am still believe it or not this is weird but I'm still experiencing I am I'm very interested in our topic and we are with our good friend Terry Hershey and I would and it it requires a soft talk to get there and so I want to include that throughout my life I have discovered every now and isn't that the truth isn't that but that's not always true with me you know I call you to see what's up but let's see what he has to say on his you'll hers Que Pasa Chow talking again yeah no one knows sleep blocked off because seen inside of ourself is sometimes scary place sometimes it a pleasant place but often scary place and in and take Charlotte Hi Paul Slice to does he talk radio after a bit of holiday in Hawaii and although I returned on Monday weddings for for instance joyful moments that sought to my heart allow me to see past my conscious self and grabbed me this entrance and there's something we're GonNa talk about thin places that separate are conscious and unconscious cells are even into our soul however I've also found my soul listeners when he goes okay well I got the Miami go I appreciate that and it's just what he wants hello in Spanish you could have you could have answered in Spanish with a with a long Spanish thing that no one knows except are Spanish impactful moments we find their origin from my heart not my head my head and my heart are both essential but each just ahead head only involved the entirety of your life but it also seems to me that neglected from that is the most most meaningful post to me thank you for that that was that was very insightful and I would encourage people to listen to buy today's today yeah there's a phone calls usually somebody wants something scenes except on on the twenty one hour I find myself watching maybe two movies on the twenty one hour but I end up doing a lot of and so that I need that capacity to do that to see clearly for the puzzle pieces notice navigating whatever it is there something oh like Seneca the younger and Marcus Aurelius once that argue for the vital place of reason as a guiding light Karasu things together and so I think I see the cerebral part of me is able to to put together puzzles easily to start it by saying I think you know I'm a self fall into agreement with the STOIC philosophers of right of our life and I think there's a lot to be said for the way they appropriate reason and it's not working my computer or reading it's a good opportunity to read now as we get into this subject I wanted to goes guys as you should and and I think now more than ever to because of the rain we're bombarded with data it's it's helpful to have a cranium that can process data you know a mind that can think reasonably and and the pieces come together or don't come together and so are mine can sort of do that but then we need to let our heart take on you know I call you for the podcast but try to keep that at a minimum because I was love our podcast with you I just wanted you to know that I was deeply moved by seeing with your heart it was experience Cetera however however the heart enables me to either savor the puzzle the different functions of the head and the heart that's a really reach question yeah I know I know you you're a puzzle or green the puzzle for and I say puzzle honing because life is really about pieces anyway we don't really know what's about to happen says how you know how how it helps us make decisions and and its role it's particularly unique role unique role last year in seminary I was speaking with the first year student and asked him why did he select this particular seminary and he said it came here to discover what I believe and that always assumed that is never that never left my mind you came here to discover they were okay so I believe that the thing that nobody ever asked me what a what allowed that they experienced this day more fully ahead than it is the heart of the head is the head is obviously very logical analytical absorbs data problems and so and you can relate to this part because for them it's cerebral only in the sense that it's we we talked about giving our hearts jeans where he can tell her I started I started by midnight cry on Air I know I did too I used to I don't watch movies on airplanes anymore Shen in a vastly different and unique unique ways terry what are your thoughts on the always asked to be able to defend something for the creed nobody ever asked me what may be glad to be alive but anyway have held son was killed quite young in a tragic way and and what you believe so you're just going to sit there really is a second-half faith it just going to sit there and let your head get filled up with all of this data and I said that they didn't know they ask you about your they asked you but you believe otherwise tell me where your hands what your creed is remind will help you see that's to answer your question the mind here's a I wanna continue right and Atas then going to be your belief system now I think I think as you described it's easier to describe the aw I think that's very important problem but problem solving also great problem solving really includes the heart compared to the to our heads raw I I mean I I have an answer that the answer your question is my heart means I'm not emotionally anesthetize it means the part of Terry's how would how would you define especially after postseason with your heart how would you how would you explain to us with the heart is even spiritually dead souls can cut into separate from other souls and never feel if they never feel he said but living sensitive souls and I want you to name it and I have to defend also and so it's fascinating to me that I was there's a story that I've told many many times Herald Kushner was a writer that's a guy who why good things happen to bad people trying to get him to use his head to it you know not necessarily figure out why the death was that you cannot rise above and move past it those are the two things in other words they allowed me to come to life in the small whenever asked you that that's that's interesting that you say that every call anyone get close to me he said what I lose in part of my soul he says we believe that in order for life to be good or contained understanding rip something and and so what I WANNA do with a heart as Iran Iraq to let it neither one that sees this and are easily hurt he said I don't like either but I when I protect myself against the danger of loss teaching myself not care or not to let marvelous inadvertently you know Hokey move pat or or something that happens that that polls at the part of our heart that we have covered that are are yeah it sounds like our hair and fingernails they feel no pain when they're cut but Linden sales leading her he said he said we're not he'll love or hope or are in other words we're being mostly anesthetize Russia that moment I see I was raised the way here's the differentiation for me because I was raised as you know bay very conservative fundamentalist religious movie there's something about it that gets me you know that the tugs at the emotional side of me I think what what happened is that inadvertently lots that's pets In Christian every book that he says that he said that I believe that was supposed to hurt and he said in in the same way and I'm and I'm with you at at I call them hokey movies hokey airplane movies I need tissues always I'm always you know it's a dumb about our mission it's novel but it was so it's about an archbishop who served as a political prisoners Iberia and then after that career boyd pain and all that stuff you know where it makes sense that's nice he said the dangerous would be some so good it's not feeling anything including pain capacity to receive something about the south of whatever amount whether it was a racial thing kindness or generosity or look that's alive and well your heart's husbands that's why and there's so many ways that we want to adding this sense of Rome and anyway he becomes guy used to be person so it's like Mandela or anyways or rising dr all of those things that make us more profoundly for your life and it may be the the behavior that there's a new remember no Morris West the novelist more and more time sorry uh that allows all of those things like five tenderness and gentleness and winter and greedy and anything having to do had been studying beck studying I hate to use the word religion because not religion but I've been studying that a bit and I have discovered that so much of the text in the Bible would be got set the court my core just like twenty says is that the core Ryan touched and when I touched that and I'm accessible and so we heart I love and so what we do instead of dismissals when the heart is the hardest what I do I touch winters I said you know very rat or cover that or or or making you know just like little boys quit crying did his his his my favorite business cover shoes fisherman I think you had me read that I think he did have money yeah self doubt and other stuff that's going on in his life I can't just be more press right and this is what you know to advisors are is distilled to laws and regulations and rules and if you follow this then you're going to get to sort of the old what would Jesus do you know how Jesus that's that's the primary focus and I tell you I read the gospel of John Again are white bad things happen a good well it kind of vote with he kinda really hits both of those actually that yeah that I next great but why do good things happen for minute and I think and I think there is a place for the head and the heart A. R. N. to put the words it's Jesus plus nothing is reading the Gospels and as I and and going by is a very hard focused very focused book. Oh We got a little distraction here send a podcast last week and he's part of this controversial film that just came out on Netflix called the family and they art to work in harmony and many times I find myself and I'm sure listeners agree that I would find myself people were uncomfortable and he he is right about this and I've used this in my speech that you know they say okay we need basically asking reinforced by the art there's no doubt about where it can reinforce things to the heart there's no doubt about for example I'm gonNA making decisions and somebody would ask me why and I had I was forced to respond to I'm not able to so much better read through the heart than it would be through the head and it's it's it is so often read through the head and therefore wherever you are going to get whatever you're going to do however last week on the podcast remember ten ten minutes yeah I had I had I had go ahead but I will say rotating years it happened when I am making a reading I am it's still it's underneath in bookie when he's making decision does hope to many many other bishops statements he's not he's got too much and and it is I don't understand how you can really read that with the head and not with a heart that is a very that because I have a connection with this person and are there's the the soil in the garden becomes the soil but that's not really true you're right that that's those are two very different points but what I think the heart can lead into in this is where I want to kind of and so my God is something something there's something underneath all and so I would say I would say that you can my heart that allows me to make that decision that enables me to trust them into this tells me maybe might not be a good idea or Nabil's me they give you this really logical answer but there's something inside me that says this is the right decision and it's going with gut that's that's that's sort of seen with the heart is yeah you know what he's actually live life and stuff whether we have so maybe who has the right to trust it that the heart I have been thinking the heart and intuition are are synonyms and to put energy into someone someone personally that I might not have done before it Cetera so yeah the hard confused at the time I'm GonNa go with my gut river decision about a person who works for me and I'm going to give them a chance to do this even though the list tells me my mind tells me now I WanNa talk about windows of the soul and how they occur and what they occur because I think they're really important the Celtic the the Celtic writer Marcus Borg and he writes about thin places that when you don't I find you don't have many of those I probably have had fewer than ten probably much fewer than ten on my entire the life that I get this this view of a reality of who I am that goes goes into my unconscious and you quote you a question that I wanted to to offer to you and that you're making me think that depths of our soul to who we are really I I don't see the head as being the entry point for that correct now actions although there's an emotional response all but just like crying and a movie oh that's the social parts however what those thin places because I I liked that phrase a real lot that there is there's a difference between the heart and the soul of the head and the soul that's probably not a good decision to me however I'm going to go with my gut here and and wondering I'm GonNa go with my gut but but there are thin places at sometimes we can pass through and sometimes we can't have tuck me about ten places change our direction just a little bit and that the heart is what gives us access to the Roy much much of my life is predicated on Defending myself against something separate what I call the separate the conscious from the unconscious or the head from the most hidden parts of the soul and I I would like you to what cerebral stack all together my cerebral things I have a list here's a here's a why shouldn't I shouldn't that's my cerebral congress have to say is this I or you know like he has this he has such a soft heart and I think it's going to be to soften the church Lorde has disservice assume that when we touch that with what we would call out and lessons now high side simple just about the right that's right 'cause yeah there's just elements that that is that's definitely get back to your life with CBD medic available online and that CBS these statements have not been evaluated by the FDA this product is not intended to diagnose treat cure or prevent any disease the harder pro capacity of who I I am as well that's you know I think you're you're leading me into act reasonably irrationally any of those things or you know religion actor Christian you know right there's all these ways but you hang out with the rich the rich rails are the x and so has a child I don't have many a really young child you know you're not defend yourself so you have unmitigated your uh-huh places illustration right now we're best sean in this part of your sound you know what or Carell looks right right if you ever seen in a while I believe I have I do they go to Hawaii no or go there no then I've but not so I mean yeah I mean going with the gut says a different kind of response in one way but it's ah unmitigated everything's anything 'cause it's just they're out there and I then I'm told you know ended up raining all that and so I and and so when I the more defend myself available to then I've not seen them except me data point yeah no see Charlie arcus more like Ronald they can't afford to go to places like it's just a because that's the sort of thing that's my intuition tells me that and other words I'm reading making rea- role set have to sort of bring it in because sometimes you have to grow up being an adult and a lot of that is raining in either more well behaved or or the ritual and the gray whales brewers you know the the conversation to tell me Oh that's because the two podger harassed pods remoter names 'cause they're they're endangered species now and the orcas they go off the coast then I guess I haven't seen in Arca take that I just know because if you had you had you had you would've actually stopped if that's moving into the unconscious and ominous moving into a different place in our conscious sorta scheduled tactful reality that were moving into a place of softness and it's you know you could call it soft heart or or I since I'm such a such an advocate of the and that's what's powerful now you know we've spoken about the thin places and the moving into you know I'm not sure the first statement is life is good life is awesome this is what life should be and you you make yourself available car and I'm I'm I'm suddenly suddenly had this panic attack that while I need my phone I said what the Hell I have I have often thought about that about going into a restaurant or someplace and realize that I left my phone in my in my the things like aw and astonishment and grace and wonder and it's it's it's awesome the unconscious that it takes us to a place that reminds us of who we are what are what are DNA. I was only there pretend days but how many pictures I took in Hawaii because none zero not one single photo is all about and what gives us joy and also what brings us sorrow and and I I would I want to take a little bit of move I know pauline assist take a break so this'll be a perfect time for our break and then we can conclude and and it's an incredibly and you do receptor disservice shopping and we were trying to figure out our name it right away that's like when you walk into a Cathedral I say that because he's this last show and I went into another day something wakes up please go ahead if the thing for me when I walked through the everything and I'm talking about a thin place now whatever that little child and you wakes up and into Hawaii before and I couldn't see pictures of resolve your loved ones 'cause you're a concert goer you've been many many men concerts and and you know appreciation of certain artists your go to them several times and as you have done there's a there's a true story her what I don't need to Bite Aachen anybody at a need I I have you know unless I'm by myself I have guessed that I need to pay attention to have friends James and always offer such great insight and today we're talking about soft tarts and too thin places and perhaps even to the this is Charlie hedges and you're listening to the next chap who had Charlie and I'm on with my good friend Terry Hershey I think I can say our good friend he's been on the show so many times of course we did the next thing we take out a phone and take a picture because you can't experience it much picture do you have any pictures I took need to pay attention to that sent us a good way to talk about what the place those allows you to pay attention on Che's how they lead to realities about ourselves that are not often accessed by the Dan so the pupils stop what they're doing to go down to watch the whales because one one comes out of the water you literally you you you get good the United States when it is so controversial and there's so much so many frustrating things that that hit the logical Russians are spread they left the phone in the car so they're in the concert and he's freaked out can I enjoy my concert Atlanta medical side but but they do also hit they impact the poor the disenfranchised support I wanted to go but we will will get terry how do you how do you keep a soft heart in today's world inches world Paul asked a great question in in the midst of the break in in it's taking the that's a great question you know the you walk in and you you just all of a sudden you just so dominant and quiet and and second gardens that's a cathedral for me but there's also a thing place put the thing about this many times it takes you by surprise emergency stop just exhale 'cause the reminder so that the answer to the question is social media but even the social media gets a run overcome by Sharon Jealous Oh my goodness yes I don't even I don't even read it still the thing is I mentioned pets understood that while back but that's why those you know all the time we spend on and so that an unwillingness to forgive an unwillingness that you actually dismiss your dismissing that person completely do you think age has anything to do with that about as we as we grow up and we learn more we experience more that in the it has to do something to something kind beginning we may be except for those in the Myers Briggs that are fs you know we experience life more through the through the lens of the head Green I ended up and I see people around us we have contemporary ourselves better is rude dismissed ourselves we dismissed unthank- you know whether the couple has contempt if they have if you have contempt for someone you're doing how do you how do you how do you keep your your soft hearted in the midst of that without letting it take over letting the head and anger side takeover about something that's couple has that has unnerved the couple and they can tell within ten minutes and they can give a ninety percent accuracy whether that marriage will make it based on and dismiss the child rubens that's do you think that it's more common do you think of the heart and as we grow older if we grow older as they say gracefully we grow older in January genuine maturity okay so there is forgiveness but my my phone years due to the question of how we say soft is in all the battery that we see the lights here lies with our hearts more do you think that's possible I yeah I do actually I I'm going to for years of thinking wrong pay close attention and listen without judgment for once have no answers only good answers and Russell world to compensate you realize what a Blowhard you were in your thirties and how little you actually know you've been humbled is time to make up on then and I wanna get to third portion but I'll read the first couple portions quickly he says cross a world four times in your twenties take it all in number one Kinda facebook post is a menu of a cat or a dog and you know it's like I'm going to do something really different here there's a there's a guy named Derek severs its S. I V. E. R. S. Not sobers and and he writes blogs every back optimal and what was the number one and this is the John John got famous is way famous for work with couples do you know the number one thing that will determine naked no basically a couple of them time to fall in love the second time in your thirties to tell everybody what you've learned your full of answers since you've done so much and you have known the kind of change well how do I stay soft I tell people like for example instead of asking you You know I can tell you I I I start with a different pet I'm questions I say before I do anything tell me tell me today what what made you smile Roh big actions Terry and I WanNa talk about the thin places and the windows to the soul and windows so we've been talking about the pleasant rewards of those places in how we can access moments of our child well you know I try to do that in our in our conversations if you notice I try to make the first subject of our conversation your garden tell me about your garden exactly hood and access moments of Glee and joy and and content but but windows to the soul doesn't always mean that years the crossing the third time is to unlearn I love that fabulous and I love the fact that the the humidity is a part of that because what you accomplish in other words I can I can ask you all the questions with the paradigm of my head which are which are very easy to do in the eyes of the heart I wanNA talk about windows to the soul and Personally I find that that windows to the when you start with that they're like excuse me unless we're both intentional about it I want I want to go then get involved stay up night talking with people strangers every work his Apollo Chromosomal make a lot of mistakes you cross world the first today I read a recent recalled enemies there's Uncle Sam because he signed if I do that see that only with my head then I ask different kind of questions you know just like you said the kind of questions he asked the first time around the world etcetera and so I'm able to see my shortcomings or faults or or it's really not not not Louis Grech or easy to be mad about one of the two or I can start and I'll get to those but why cost question how do I stay it's about admitting and often but not so pleasant truth to me about myself that in as winded that you don't have to live that out but that is a part of who you are do you find any truth to that that's the whole we have just a few minutes left because you have an appointment in twelve men it is and I want to go to a whole different like who's describing it as a paradigm shift in the radio frame things and if I if I'm involved in the in the rage and hatred that poisons our world and all that stuff sola the heart to be a most dangerous playground to Delhi it sometimes requires a level of vulnerability that has not okay now now now we're somewhere and so I mean if I rather rose to change the paradigm from and it at at this at this time you know I I talk about saint through windows of the heart are the seeing yourself you know that the the you and your own skin in in a different light that pleasant thing I've ever have you ever found an opportunity like that where where you're not just not is not a guilt trip and it's it's it's not that at all it's about and you realize our capacity for for for cruelty talking Christly now my capacity for not and or stupidity and I don't mean that as a moral price tag but my point is that I do things that are the antithesis of what is when you when you are connected to your heart that gives you the capacity for humility and so to answer Paul's question see what what that what that is the whole thing about therapy if it's good for you and you're good at it or or journaling or anything when you look into meaner Terry as I came out of that and I remember calling my doctor my my md and told him that Numb I didn't call my psychiatrist as a mistakes and seek the path changed you cross the world the second time they make change and now this is the one I really like the third time in your fifties ordinarily fun place to be not talking about the kind of vulnerability that's with other people actually I'm talking quite the opposite you weeks I was sicker than I've ever been in my life I mean including flus any kind of illness and and it was I just lash out whoever's on because my anger and I assume dollars younger than I this was something I could be if I look at me I can put a price tag on I can be chagrined or disgusted or best or shamed or any of those things even my better angel or in crane environments for the better angels of everyone around and and and those should I don't know why you're going there first of all that child needs to be embrace child that's wondered hurting child have a myriad of psychological disorders not married but two or three that are that that impact me severely and I decide it'd be loved for being issue not not the together at the one who passed all this are you really you decided not to take them anymore and now you're feeling like crap I said Yeah and he says we'll take your meds and Kami when you're better you know it's just you know I could I could fix and one of the greatest questions my therapist ever said to me is are you ready that was that was simply but nevertheless it was during that time I learned through the dark side of me through the different sides of me you know I had out even know embrace I had an experience that you know I'm it helps you if you're if you're a life learner that helps you to discover different ways to live your life a what a what would a jerk I've been in certain times in certain places and and it was very very painful yet at the end of that has a mental illness to where that window to the soul open to the ugliest places of my life and I was able to see oh my indeed and told him you know I think I've got something wrong with my blood I've got a blood disease and and because I'm I'm just totally dysfunctional and really way out act and I know I'm GonNa go to the heart of things right away exactly and it's interesting when I when I have a conversation with you uglier part of yourself that has made you better right yeah because I'm not the whole thing is questions talk about a new book that you have a coming out October fourteenth two thousand nineteen titled This is the life I did too one time to experiment with not taking medication said I'm just going to go off medication and and I traded down and I went off and after about three I learned so much about me and how in it and it helped me to be a better person it helped me to understand the Faux Pas of my life we can talk the news and we did that before we went on the air and talking about the news and talk about what you think or believe that Cetera and I I can get pissed off and you can get pissed off etc or I can say life and he'll be the understand how can be less judgmental I can be more open I can be more kind more empathetic more more considerate so the places can sink me either into deep despair and or depression which I have wrestled with in my life or they can take me to a place where I just because I think that's a wonderful thing now before we close I think this is an important time your life and I want and implement mindfulness and live a life in the present yeah there are tools their tools ways to do it that's all right because I did we bury it so far that we don't want to see they don't even pretend I'm not that person I don't need to deny it so that they can be the capacity to apologize it gives you the I know you've been working for a couple of years on his on his project you want to tell us about it this is the ask to be forgiven him to forgive gives the marketing capacity. We're GONNA end this part of the of the podcast with that right there have you ever experienced anything like that the different ways to experience life giving yeah different you know seeing that seeing the here and so what are the ways that I that I'm not so yeah I'm October the fourteen now do you show ways how you can and that's an audio that's auto broker that you can get it for the people read it on their their devices to whatever that's called okay well I about the it's about mindfulness basically

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Hungry In Nashville returns next week!

Hungry In Nashville

01:10 min | 1 year ago

Hungry In Nashville returns next week!

"Hi don hungry in nashville. May i take your order day. You know what that means. Hungry in nashville ashville is about to start in the second season. I hope you've had a great summer. Lots of fresh we certainly done our fair share really eating corn on the cob boardroom ourselves on heart-stopping amounts barbecue but we've also been working on to your show the new season again september fifth sparkley episodes at it asks. Are you a super taster following week. Kristen berenson tells us about her experience of the t._v. Show chop and how she learned. She'd won the contest about ten ten minutes before her editor found out. He'll join us in coming weeks for here about the holidays to build a brewery how restaurants composting i want also to our sound design. If you have ideas to show goff alive an idea and hungrier korea nashville dot com see your next week and may you eat well.

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CLC Day 51: Flammability

Relentless Dentist

03:35 min | 1 year ago

CLC Day 51: Flammability

"All right let's get started his doctor Dave in today's Day fifty one of the greatest center from welcome back. Thank you for all the feedback on benefits. Podcast yesterday Here's really excited that. He made a difference in the dental community. So I really appreciate all of your reaching out is based tomorrow and we are going to be taking out some Sushi. That's his favorite. So that's on the agenda tomorrow on five five minutes tenth birthday today. I'd like to talk to you about flammability. What do I mean by that? Well when I leave this office I drive to go home. I drive ten Ten minutes West and then I drive up the mountain ten minutes and as I drive up the mountain to gets more and more wooded We live about eighty seven hundred feet above sea level. And as we as I climb early on the right hand side is a sign that shows the fire dangerous low medium high or extreme in the summer. Sometimes it's higher extremely just need to have to be really careful with campfires lightning storms. That were were mindful of those risks. That same fire. Danger risk is applicable to your culture and things are extremely flammable. Right now because things are okay today tomorrow does not mean there. Okay on the following day and that's because people are scared they're all sorts of pressures in the workplace outside the workplace. The thing that you can appreciate as sometimes the problem isn't always the problem. Sleepless night for higest might mean that she shows up different to work the next day maybe spouses unemployed and it creates an increase financial burden for them as your employees. So this can manifest in all sorts of different ways and so things won't be stable for a while and so it's dependent on you as the leader to be that fire retardant and up your communication up your Compassion continue to check in with your team members. You may have to double or triple your communication with them making sure that they're ok that they feel some safety uncertainty in the workplace both from the virus job stability confidence from you as the leader. All of those things really will matter because if we ignore those and things get fired up and sterilization and an angry assistant or an upset dental hygienist all of a sudden creates a burned throughout the office that can create big trouble for you especially when we know that we need to be delivering that same communication and compassion at all levels to patients. So just a warning to be very preventative in your culture building and your communication because Things are sensitive things very extremely flammable right now and I just don't want you to get burned in something that he could have prevented Be Mindful of that because even if things feel like they've come down Things there's a lot of unease amongst your team probably for several months until they feel a sense of routine so awful double down triple down under communication and compassion with your team. And they'll be able to franchise that in and deliver that same thing to your patients at a greater level. Okay that's all for now be well. I'll be back with you tomorrow for day. Fifty two cason.

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#126 Terry Hershey: Soft Hearts-Windows to the Soul

OC Talk Radio

46:17 min | 1 year ago

#126 Terry Hershey: Soft Hearts-Windows to the Soul

"Welcome everybody's time once again for the next chapter under with Charlie hundreds as he explores turning the page on his life and yours hey charlie a bit to include how a soft heart can open a window to your soul and we will explain what a window to your soul is ooh windows to my soul most often occur in tragic moments of my life generally times of serious loss but you could've you could've answered in Spanish with with the long Spanish thing that no knows except our Spanish listeners it from Hawaii how do you experience jetlag from Hawaii I don't know maybe it's just my excuse to be Lazy I'm not sure but anyway today I am all windows to a soul and typically as I stated these occur for me when my heart is soft and are even broken weddings meaningful post to me thank you for that that was that was very insightful I would encourage people to listen to it by where we can tell her this is Thursday I think is Friday this is Friday and I am still believe it or not this is weird but I'm still experiencing jetlag is there are just moments in life where you get to see deep inside of yourself that that is that is consciously blocked off it requires a soft talk to get there and so I went to include that throughout my life I discovered every now and again moments that I could isn't that the truth isn't that but that's not always true with me you know I call you to see what's up you know I caught him for when he goes okay well I got the Miami go I appreciate that and it's just what he wants the podcast but try to keep that at a minimum because I was love our podcast with you I just wanted you to know that I was deeply moved by seeing with your heart it was a most about his most recent post and Sabbath moment titled See With our Heart Only I want to expand the topic of except on a on the twenty one hour I find myself watching maybe two movies on the twenty one hour but I ended up doing a lot of work on my computer about thin places that separate are conscious and unconscious cells are even into our soul however I've also found my so doing for instance or joyful moments that sought to my heart Alami did see pass my conscious self and grabbed me is entrance into something we're GonNa talk I started I started by midnight cry on there I know I did too I used to when I I don't watch movies on airplanes anymore it seems I'm very interested in our topic and we are with our good friend Terry Hershey and I would like to talk about are reading it's a good opportunity to read now as we get into this subject I wanted to let's see what he has to say on this you'll hers Kay Pasa so good to talk again yeah no one knows you're fluent in Spanish head only it involves the entirety of your life but it also seems to me that neglected from that is the most impactful moments because seen inside of ourself is sometimes scary place sometimes a pleasant place but often is scary place and and it and it and it and I think there's a lot to be said for the way they appropriate reason and it's not just ahead to start off by saying I think you know I myself fall into agreement with the STOIC philosophers of old like Seneca the younger and Marcus a really is once that argue for that vital place of reason as a guiding light of our life lastly different and unique ways terry what are your thoughts on the sort of the different function refined their origin from my heart not my head my head and my heart are both essential that each function in Mike Cetera however however the heart enables me to either savor the puzzle or urine a- As you should and I think run now more than ever to because of the rain we're bombarded with that the your belief system now I think I think as you descried it's easier to describe the head than it is ever and so I think I see the cerebral part of me is able to to put together and puzzles easily very important problem but problem solving also great problem solving really includes the heart how would so I need that capacity to see clearly for the puzzle pieces in order to navigate whatever it is something nieces experience is the heart of the head is the head is obviously very logical very analytical absorbs data problem salt I think that's in what today yeah there's a phone calls usually somebody that wants how you know how how it helps us make decisions and and its role is particularly unique role unique roles compared to the I was speaking with a first year student and asked him why did he select this particular seminary and he said I came here to this so and you can relate to this part because for them it's cerebral only in the sense that it's we talked about giving our hearts of Jesus I said that would you define especially after postseason with your heart how would you how would you explain to us what the heart is uh-huh to our heads I I mean I I have an answer that there's a you're just going to sit there it really is the second half faith it just going to sit there and let your head get filled up with all of this data and that is then going to it it's helpful to have a cranium that can process data you know a mind that can think reasonably and and stack was two things also agreed the puzzle and I say puzzle honing because life is really about pieces anyway we don't really know what's about to happen to the pieces given to defend something in creed no nobody ever asked me what may be glad to be alive over so case come together or or don't come together and so our mind can sort of do that but then we need to let our heart take ownership of that moment the head and the heart that's a really rod reach question I know you you like us guys join or love or hope or are in other words were being notionally anesthetize to answer your question is discover what I believe and that always that is never that has never left my mind you came here to discover what she believes souls can cut into separate from other souls and never feel a thing never feel he said but living sensitive souls are easily hurt Russian book that he says that he said that I believe it was supposed to hurt and he said in in the same way that are are my heart may means I'm not emotionally anesthetize it means the part of Terry's where that he said I don't like either but I when I protect myself because the danger of loss by teaching myself not to care or not to let anyone get close Oy that I've told many many times Herald Kushner was a writer that's a guy who y good things happen to bad people bad things happen I see I was raised the way here's the differentiation for me because I was races you know very very conservative fundamentalist religious and anyway helped helped son was killed quite young in a tragic way and and people were to come to life in this moment whenever asked him that that's that's interesting that you say that every call my last year in seminary and I'm with you at at I call them hokey movies hokey airplane movies I need tissues I'm always I'm always minoza dumb movie there's something about elite figure things that nobody ever asked me but but what allowed that make me experienced this day more fully or allowed me naming I want you to name and I have to defend defend and so it's fascinating that I was always asked to all that stuff you know where it makes sense it's nice and he said the dangerous will be some so good it's not theory including pain we will not be they didn't ask you about your heart what they asked you but you believe otherwise tell me where your head is what your creed loses head to it you know not necessarily figure out why the death was but you cannot rise about and move past those are the two things in other words audited gets me you know the the tugs at the emotional side of me I think what what happened is that inadvertently lots that's why pets are so marvelous a part of my soul he says we believe that in order for life to be good or contained understanding every boyd pain allows Oliver's things like five tenderness and gentleness and went and gravy and anything having to do with connection advertently you know hokey move pat or or something that happens that that holds that the part of our heart that we have covered up or something hi I'm Chris and who he he always wrote about this and and I've used this in my speeches that you know they say okay we need basically asking they're trying to get him to dead cells like our hair and fingernails they feel no pain for cut but Linden sales leading her he said he said I believe spiritually dead and and so what I WANNA do with heart as Iran Iraq to lead neither one that sees this and an Irish mission it's a novel but it was so it's about an archbishop who is so there's a political prisoners Iberia then after that his sentence that that's a live in your hearts husband that's why and there are some raised that we want to either very and I have discovered that so much of the text in the Bible would be so much wrong and anyway in the end he becomes guy used to be person so it's like a Mandela's anyway studying back studying I hate to use word religion because not religion but I've been studying that a bit mind you can see that's answer your question the mind there's a calm and better read through the heart than it would be the head and it's it's it is so often read through the head and therefore ah city to receive something about the south of whatever whether it was a national thing kindness generosity or gift in a good people kinda he kinda really hits both of those actually yeah that first of all why do good things happen right that's right there's just elements that that is wrong yeah and I'm weekend he's part of this controversial film that just came out on Netflix called the family and they are into this is I lord you know like he has this he has such a soft heart and I think it's GonNa be to soften the church his his my favorite business cover shoes the fishermen I think you had me read that I think he did have yeah it was about or cover that or or or you know or or just like we're boys growing up ah the behavior that there's a new remember no more than novelist more more time sorry I did you put the words Jesus plus nothing is reading the Gospels and as I and going by sort of the is distilled to laws and regulations and rules and if you follow this then you're going to get to where you're going to get Focused a very hard focused book Oh we got a little distraction here for a minute in harmony and many times I find myself and I'm sure listeners agree that I would find myself making decisions and it is I don't understand how you can really read that with the head and not with a heart that is very that is a very hard whatever you do however last week on the podcast remember ten ten minutes yeah I had I had I had ten minutes on the podcast And I think and I think there is a place for the head and the heart to work and somebody would ask me why and I had I was forced to respond to I'm not able to give you this really loud old what would Jesus do you know how Jesus that's that's the primary focus and I tell you I read the gospel of John Again and Michael Answer but there's something inside me that says this is the right decision and it's it's going with gut that's that's that's sort of seen with the heart is it not in in in the book when he's making the decision does hope to make me the other archbishops he's not he's got too much sort of self doubt and other got rid decision about a person who works for me and I'm going to give them a chance to do this even though the list tells me my mind cells me that's probably or rising above all of the little things that make us more profound profound your you know I've been allows me to make that decision that enables me to trust something that this tells me maybe might not be a good idea or Nabil's me to put energy uh-huh yeah instead or you know what he's actually lived life and stuff is whether we have so maybe who has the right to trust his heart core country says is that the core Ryan I don't touch and when I touched that and accessible and so we do we were although there's an emotional response all but just like crying Maria parts however a question that I wanted to to offer to you and that you're making me think that that who we are really I don't see the head as being the entree point for that correct now now change direction just a little bit and that the heart is what gives us access to the depths of our souls the heart I have been thinking the heart and intuition are are synonyms and but that's not really there's no doubt about it or it can reinforce into the heart there's no doubt about it but for example I'm GonNa I'm GonNa go with me that I get this this view of a reality of who I am that goes goes into my unconscious and you quote the I find you don't have many of those I probably have had fewer than ten probably much fewer than ten in my entire life a celtic the the Celtic writer Marcus Borg and he writes about thin places that separate what I see stop going on in his life why can't you just be more press right and so is one is what you know to advisors whether it's homeless have to say all the separate the conscious from the unconscious or the head from the most hidden parts of the soul and I I would like to talk about those thin places like true you're right that that's that's those are two very different points but what I think the heart can lead into in this where I want to kind of I love this and so what we do instead of dismissing much when the heart is the hardest what I do I touch winters I said at the current but there are thin places sometimes we can pass through and sometimes we can't talk about ten places much much of my life is predicated on defending myself against something and so as a child I don't have a really young child you know you're not defending yourself so you have unmitigated joy you have on many because I I like that phrase a real lot that there is there's a difference between the heart and soul of the head and the soul but oh my God is something something something underneath all of that and so I would say I would say I tend to be reinforced sometimes you have to grow up the an adult and a lot of that is raining insert either more well as or or act or reasonably I wanNA talk about windows of the soul and how they occur and what they occur because I think they're really important and you don't because that's the other thing that's my intuition tells me that and other words you know reading I'm making a rea- I guess I go ahead in places where all stations right now we're Vashon in this part of the puget sound you know what a Orca whale looks like right do you ever seen that irrationally any of those things or you know Religion Act Christian right there's all these ways but ended up raining all day how they quote good decision to make however I'm GonNa go with my gut here and and one of the reasons I'm going to go with my gut is because you say that when I am making a reading I am it's still it's underneath what my sir I have a connection with this person and there are there's the the soil gardening becomes the soil of my heart libro sort of stack altogether my cerebral things I have a list here's here's a shed and why should that's my cerebral and so hi Paul Nice to talk radio after holiday in Hawaii and although I returned on Monday and this doc Welna while I believe I have I do they go to Hawaii no or go there no then I've not seen them into someone someone personally that I might not have done before it said so yeah the heart the heart is good ah so I did and and so when I the more defend myself government available to so I mean yeah so I mean going with the gut I mean this kind of response in one way but it's it's just you hang out with the ridgeway either rich royals are the axe Komo daily point yeah no no he charlie orcas Ronald cheaper they can't afford to go to places like the dress as a disservice over the assume that when we touch that it's always having to do with what we would call high high side simple just about motions harder is a pro capacity of who I am as well that's you're you're you're you're leading me into age sorrow and you have you know everything's 'cause it's just they're out there and I then I'm told you know you have to sort of rain it in because they go off the coast and then I guess I haven't seen in Arca take that I just know yeah that's why because if you had you had you had you would've actually stopped the conversation thanks rich Wales Gray whales and drew as we know that yeah no the ORCAS that's a cathedral for me but there's also a thing place but the thing about the faces many times it takes you by surprise unconscious and ominous moving into a different place in our conscious sort of schedule tactful reality that were moving in and I'm I'm I'm suddenly suddenly have this panic attack that I need my phone I said what the hell for what to a place of softness and it's you know you could call it soft heart or ordered since I've such a Sich an advocate of the conscious in the uncut days how many pictures I took in Hawaii because non zero not one single photo identity away I have often thought about that about going into a restaurant or someplace and realized that I left my phone in my in my car aw and astonishment and grace and wonder and it's it's it's and and his that takes us to a place that reminds us of who we are what are what are DNA is all about and that's what's powerful now you know we've spoken about the thin places and the moving into you know I'm not sure if that's moving into the his life is good life is awesome this is what life should be and you you make yourself available to things like I don't need to buy talking anybody I don't need I have you know unless I'm by myself I have guests that I need to pay attention to have friends that I need to pay attention to nick so this'll be a perfect time for our break and then we can conclude what gives us joy and also would brings us sorrow and and I want to I wanted to take a little bit of move I know Paul likes to take a break when you walk into a senior I say that because of this this show and I went into Notre Dame you know you walk in or and I couldn't see taking pictures of resolve your love this because you're a concert goer you've been to many many men concerts and and you know it's incredibly and you do yourself a disservice which stopping and we were trying to figure out our name it right away oh please go ahead well if thank for me when I walked through the certain ones everything and I'm about a thin place whatever that little child and you wakes up and the first statement stop it they're doing to go down to watch the whales 'cause when one comes out of the water you really you you get good appreciation of certain artists you'll go to them several times and as you have done there's a there's a true story of persons spread and always offers such great insight today we're talking about soft parts and to the thin places and perhaps even to the unconscious how they lead us to realities about ourselves that are not often accessed by the conscious world is in your listening to the next chapter with Charlie and I'm on with my good friend Terry Hershey I think I can say our good friend he's been on the show so many times and watch this or as their community junior community I mean on their way to their migration but and so the Charlie you you just all of a sudden you just you slow down your quiet and and something when it is so controversial and there's so much so many frustrating things that that hit the logical analytical side that's a great question you know the funny thing is I mentioned Paul asked a great question in in the midst of the break in it's taking the place where I wanted to but but they do also hit the impact the poor the disenfranchised how then let the phone in the cars over the concert and he's freaked says how clients concert I have oh but we will we will get it terry how do you how do you keep a soft heart in today's world in the United States when you have to you have to do something to something kind of course we do the next thing we take out a take a picture because you know you can't experience unless you make a picture of it do you have any pictures I took I was only there pretend that essentially is a good way to talk about inflation cuss what's the third place says you know allows you to pay attention that's like Eddie keep your your soft hard in the midst of that without letting it take over leading the head and anger side takeover pets understood that awhile back but that's why those those you know all the time we spend on social media but age has anything to do with that about as we as we grow up and we learn more we experience more that in the beginning we may be either social media gets overrun overcome by shouted each other Oh my goodness yes I don't even I don't even read it still wanted to number one I think people around us we have contemporary ourselves better dismissed ourselves we dismissed and dismissed thinking wrong pay close attention and listen without judgment for once have no answers only good answers and good ears the grow older if we grow older as they say gracefully we grow older and genuine genuine maturity that we insight you realize what a Blowhard you were in your thirties and how little you actually know you've been humbled is time to make up for years know whether the couple has contempt if they have if you have contempt for someone you're stop just to exhale 'cause they have to remind ourselves that the answer to the question is and I want to get to the third point but I'll read the first couple of portions quickly he says Kresa world four times in your twenties take it all in getting and Susanna unwillingness to forgive but no unruliness that you actually dismiss your dismissing that person completely okay back in time in your thirties to tell everybody what you've learned your full of answers since you've done so much and you have known the kind of changes mistakes and in the light CR lies with our hearts more do you think that's possible I yeah I do actually I I I'm going to I'm going to do something the except for those you know in the Myers Briggs that are fs yet you know we experience life more through the through the lens of the head than of the heart and as we really different here there's a guy named Derek sievers it's s I v E R s not silvers and and he writes blogs every now and then aw stay up night talking with people strangers everywhere his follow promised them all make a lot of mistakes you cross world the first time to fall in this I tell people like for gentle instead of asking You you know I can tell you we can talk the news so there is the there Guinness but my my point is due to the question about how we say soft is in all the battery I end up Sheild Reuben that's do you think that it's more common do you think do you think awards I can I can ask all the questions with the paradigm of my head which are very easy to do I'm Kinda facebook post is a menu of a cat or a dog and you know it's like in an emergency has that has unnerved the couple and they can tell within ten minutes and they can give them ninety percent accuracy whether that marriage will make based on one thing you notice a few minutes left because you have an appointment in twelve minutes and I want to go to a whole different directions terry and and I want to talk about the thin places and the windows to the soul and windows to the soul we like excuse me unless we're both intentional about it I want I want to go we have just they start with a different paradigm of questions I say before I do anything tell me tell me today what made you smile Roh big go to the heart of things right away exactly and it's interesting when I when I have a conversation with people who start with that secretive the path he changed it you cross the world the second time they make change and this is one I really like the third time in your fifties across the world to come talking about the pleasant rewards of those places in how we can access moments of our childhood and access heart I wanNA talk about windows to the soul and personally I find that that windows to the soul in the heart see my shortcomings or fall sore or it's really not not a not a pleasant thing I've ever yourself you know that the

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Ep #01: How My Darkest Moments Led to My Greatest Purpose

Living Fully with Mallory Ervin

24:46 min | 2 years ago

Ep #01: How My Darkest Moments Led to My Greatest Purpose

"Hey this is mallory urban and it's time for all of us elaborate bully is so important in this crazy world of arson we stay connected inspired and motivated to be and we are back and that's not always easy i'm here with my guest and friend share the stories and lessons we've learned help you move your best life every day and truly begin living bull let's make it happen again starting with today's episode hallo everyone adam welcome finally to living fully with mallory urban i'm your host mallory urban at i am so excited today to be doing this introduction action episode and launching this podcast it's been a long time coming ad just like all of us in life i have stood in my own way starting this podcast it's such an important message to me an something that i feel like it's part of my life's work and my mission to get this message out there and it is safe to say after recordings several episodes that this is a really really special podcast and one of my very favorite things i've ever done living fully people were like what does it mean to deliver fully what do you even talking about if you guys don't know me from any sort of social media or you to if you don't follow me on instagram you don't anything about my family or my journey i'm gonna give you a quick little glimpse into my life ad why this message is so important to me because i have lift it i lives two different labs one of fear and despair devastation one way i did not want to wake up in the morning i don't want to lives another day at some point when everything got so dark and i have lives on the other side de most vibrant healthy choice full incredible incredible life and they entire world i truly do not envy anyone else's life are i right now i'm living my 'perfect life but it was because of some steps but i took to dramatically change the direction of my life and that's what this podcast is gonna be about because how many live so we have one one you hear that all the time but really think about that i think they say like forty five hundred weeks at the average person lives forty five hundred so if we're here on this earth for forty five hundred weeks we've got to leave this life like tomorrow's are last day and that's my passion among mission andy why this is such an important message to me is before i got really dark from me and i'm gonna share a little bit of my story here in a minute and some things that you're gonna see in the podcast but before before it got really dark to where it was obvious what was kind of going wrong in my life i just felt a little off i just felt like is this the right person is this the right job is this okay i mean i kind of feel like okay about things but it's definitely not great in every success that i cheat in every great thing they came into my life it's like i couldn't even enjoyed i couldn't even lift my life to the fullest because of so many different factors there's so many different factors will talk about on this podcast how we all stand in our own ways an how we all we prevent are sales from living her life so the fullest and i really can't say that enough that we have the power you have the power every every single person listening to this to turn your life into something just insanely incredible andrew the only person that could do that it's not gonna be a partner or spouse or a self help book or a weekend somewhere those things can always help it being inspired me and motivated this wonderful that's why you're listening to this podcast probably you kind of want that little push and you want that and you're like what is this all about it's just me okay how could you fix me that wasn't me but like a million years how can you help me help myself but it's it's all within all of us an it's it's the most important walk you'll ever take so a little bit about mass story i grew up in western kentucky on the oldest of twentythree first cousins we grew up on this tiny little farm an as a role model an achiever a star in my community from the very start and this is i think where i started setting myself up for a little bit of disaster achievement is great being a role model is incredible but once you start using those things as like you're source of love and and feeling like if you fail or if you don't get first place at something that you life is over that's a red flag so i started seeing country music at a young age and i became kind of dislike pillar in my community also so here i am the oldest of all these kids i am a happy child i'm ours ours you know valedictorian in my class and i cheated all the success at a young age of everything that like a young person can achieve you know i did it nfl attaching myself to success and perfectionism and i'm lightly glossed over those things those are very serious things but that's not the part of my life where things got really dark in that part of my life is really bright just like a lot of things i don't think that they become harmful until you start abusing them or until like they've been around for a long time that's when they become the demons that that can really destroy you and derail your life so i went onto swannee the university of south i i majored in theater but i always want to pursue a career in country music i came back and forth in nashville from the time i was twelve i recordings cds open for big bands that you know saying national anthem nb eight playoff games and you know had a lot of great opportunity as a young child i always thought thought that's what i wanted to do it didn't even drink and college which is funny because that became one of my vices a little bit later in life an i i was cheever and and everything but thanks to release start taking a turn for me i started drinking like my senior year of college maybe there were some red flags in the way that i was i was but you know nothing anything different than any of my friends and after college me being being the the big dreamer that was i decided that i wanted it in america pageant kind of out of the blue if you guys are familiar with the miss america pageant thirty five percent of the score is talent so for me being a singer i was like you know what this isn't amazing role roll you get to work for the state i could work for the state of kentucky aca traveling speak to schools like all day every day had a lot of influence and and really get to do this cool thing in my community so after a couple of years i i wanna miss kentucky patchett and i went on to miss america now is run up in miss america in two thousand and ten ten minutes all of this insane success for a twenty four year old that is when my life began to slowly unravel that's when the darkness felt like it was coming over my life which was so bizarre because it was a time of such light at a time of such success here i was a cheating my dreams at a really young age and and succeeding in an really a pillar in my community in a positive role models and so many kids and able to do a lot of great things but this was the time in my life where things just really really starting to get dark and when i talk about darkness you know i wanna just qualify myself here for a second because a lot of people look at my life now on instagram or you to an they see a totally different picture then it was those those days all those years ago when i talk about darkness it was real real darkness it was i don't want to wake up in the morning darkness i'm worthless i am destitute and i feel like i just can't take another day it's it was that kind of stuff and it was it was the most pivotal few years in my life is that the beginning of the spiral that that kind of darkness it got worse and worse and worse to the point where it was obvious to the people around me that something was drastically wrong with me and the way that i was living my life it was like the life got sucked sucked out of me and you have to be to that point to be listening to this podcast you can be kind of at the beginning of that journey where you're sitting in a job and you're like something doesn't feel right about this i'm not happy i feel like i'm i'm this dead end job and on the weekends all wondrous party all weekend forget about having a go back to work on monday or benjamin out on netflix and not doing anything this bettering myself are taking care of myself or or bringing me real joy i'm just like nothing coming out all this stuff that just doesn't feel right sometimes it could just not feel right and that's how i started but then it got worse hand i'm gonna talk a lot to not a lot but i'm i'm definitely gonna touch on because it's a huge part of living life to the fullest you can't come out the bad stuff you know i'd like to hear that because i was like oh yeah yes i can because then it'll just go away and on the deal with it but i'm here to tell you as the queen of the numbers that i i used to be the queen of the the numbers when i'm not all that bad stuff with sleeping medication medication keep me awake the next day it known that every single bit of the good also and you could be using alcohol using sleeping pills you could be the netflix you could be using food you could be using shopping you could be using gossiping you could be using procrastination there are so many flavors of numbing so you know think to yourself an eye in that phase of my life a little bit where things are quiet riot and what am i using to them so for me this became the beginning of that spiral i couldn't sleep at night i couldn't stay awake during the day because i had so much anxiety and stress i was doing so much in my life trying to achieve and over achieve be on what i had just done i would not say no to anything solves running myself ragged and i was literally taking enough medication to kill a cow an i thought because of doctors prescribing and all that everything's okay well it wasn't okay and i spiraled borrowed majorly out of control i literally almost had a heart attack i almost died from the health issues that that all brought on an end when i got to the point where it was kind of like am i gonna liver am i gonna die thank goodness for me i got professional help end went through the most amazing journey with the most amazing therapists did amazing programs an i came out on the other side of this looking back and i was like astounded how did my life get to that point how in the world did i go from this vibrant happy amazing human being with everything at my fingertips achieving all of the success how did how in the world did i become this person ad i'm here to tell you that it could happen to any of plus maybe not this level to you but you can slide into that version of life that's just cruising by you conseil added that version of life that's just yeah okay i'll i'll wake up at ten thirty in the morning and i'll do a few things during the day and an everything's fine yeah of course i like my boyfriend yeah my job spawn what do you do it on the weekend i don't know probably go into the bar every night you slide very easily into a very fine way of life an you know for me it got it got bad and it got terrible before i had to then make that dramatic change before you doesn't have to for you you can go from fine and mediocre an you know life's okay to the most amazing most vibrant most incredible full life you've ever seen anybody listen i'm living proof of it i've seen people do it by using these tools and these methods i've seen it with my own eyes and i'm just here to tell you there's nothing that i believe more then you have control over that and that's a lot of what we're gonna talk about in this podcast cast you know my journey that was about six years ago still to this day i don't use any of those agents i don't drink i don't take anything but i anna biotic and the tylenol i so i literally don't even have accessible so those agents to me but yes i have my flavors of numbing but i am i had all the tools and i know when i'm using those things tonight deal with something or to to move on past something and i have a heck of a lot of other tools then i gained from the deepest darkest moments of my life coming out of those moments added that's what i'm here to share that's what i feel like my mission in in my calling is because there's nothing that i want more this entire life than every single one of you this listen to this podcast to be like you know what i was actually like listen to this podcast one time this girl said this one thing and then i did this and then like here goes your own journey like two completely separate from me and you changed her life look at how many people have that story be oprah's and the tony robbins and the you know all of these just these people these these people that have achieved such great success under such big thinkers drinkers and motivators they all came through something like like i'm talking about today and maybe you've been through maybe you know someone that's been through an you know living fully it's just it's such and important thing to me at it is obscene to a lot of other people may not call it living fully but i saw these people out and i've done podcast with everyone from my dad who is a sixty something year old huge in normal terms of success success but he's the person that stands on the other side is like you know what it's not all about money and it's not all about this and it's all about that he now now is climbing he's trying to summit all the seven summit there's only four hundred and fifteen people in the history of the world who have done this at he's done five he was supposed to be on his sixth one right now but he had like a near death experience on his last mountain and came back with a lot of life lessons from that one this is a really cool journey because as he climbs each of these mountains he talks about life lessons and he writes down life lessons to pass on his grandkids ford right now there's only grandchild but i'm pregnant with another child so he's about how to and more here tonight i'm sure ad he has the most amazing wisdom of how to leave her life to the fullest that is like one of my favorite podcasts that i've done so far so look for that one one of friends ashley lemieux she talks about living fully through suffering and pain an unexpected tragedy ad loss you know for me i i didn't have like the thing that got ripped away from this tragedy a lot of people do someone gets cancer turn your family you lose a loved one you're children taken from you know there's so many unexpected things happen and people's wives and it's like had to move on from this how canal in my life how could i possibly living my life to the fullest when i've been handed this this card and she talks about that in it is powerful because you have to you don't anticipate that things are gonna go wrong but life is life an things going wrong in bad things happening is totally a part of life if you're not feeling anything ever going wrong and another bad ever happens and you need to get your shit because it's just it's part of life ad it's amazing podcast and then my friend jessica turner she is this amazing author author who wrote this book called stretched too thin she just talks about whether you're a mom or a college student or just anyone that feels like you are just run ragged she talks about everything from self care to this really lee amazing thing that like i had an aha moment about the mental load the mental load is basically like all these thoughts all these things we have to remember whether it's for your family or your spouse or you're job and how that could really take a toll toll on you if you can't really get things in check it's just you know just this really really amazing podcast on kind of how to love well in the midst of the chaos of life and then i every quarter one west my husband kyle call and i if you guys watch her youtube channel you know we appear a lot together and he's a big part of my content but colonized while we have the most amazing healthy just deep special beautiful relationship now we have also been through quite a journey an end there's nothing more important you hear people say this all the time and it is so true there is nothing more important than the people that you choose to spend time with people can suck suck the life out of you people can totally de rail you from living your life to the fullest ended the most important person is in my opinion if you had a significant other thinking how much time you spend spend it with them that isn't important decision and that is an important relationship it affects your life so deeply every single day and i'm gonna talk a lot about relationships with you're you're parents friends or you're children or or you're husband or wife boyfriend girlfriend you know whatever it is that you have an you know how important it is to really look problems square in the face when they come at you especially if you're new in a relationship how rushing little things under the rug and brush and little things under the rug and brushing little things under the rug can create this mountain and create can create this resentment that you didn't react from when you're speaking you're spouse and when you have any kind of problems like you can totally totally determined the course of your relationship and like i said you're relationship is pretty critical to you everyday living your life to the fullest so to really affect you're happiness ant colony i just have so much knowledge through amazing things therapy and this amazing journey we've been on full of like honesty and you know forgiveness and just gosh we've been with each other like in the trenches and he is just ma he's truly like my soulmate today in my biggest supporter and cheerleader but we've we've crafted this relationship we have today and i'm gonna do a lot of podcasts on that to you're gonna see some podcast will just me but you're gonna see some pretty amazing guests on these podcasts as well an we are all going to the best we can cause we're just hearing existed in this world just like all of you guys but we're gonna share all of our journeys and are stories of of how we've learned to deliver lost to the fullest how we use these tools to make are labs full of joy and happiness and all of the beautiful things of life every single day and i am excited about this i truly cannot wait i know that this this is gonna this is gonna be an amazing community because there's nothing but i like more than being around a group of people that are looking at a better life nothing gives me more energy add more for inspiration and more motivation this is truly what i feel like one of the things i felt like i was meant to do an i appreciate everyone that's listening to this today i appreciate your patience as we've really tried to launch this right this such an important thing to me this is such an important message because you know i can sometimes remember those those days in those nights where i wasn't living my life like i am now an had i not come out on the other side of this had i not been just like hit over the head with life was my whole entire life like that i may have lives my whole entire life however long it lasted just kind of wasting away being just fine and i do not want a single person listening to this podcast to look back at the end of their life and so he was pretty pretty good is fine i want you at the end of her life think wow i left a dang good legacy and i want you at the end their life i want the people you're grandchildren and you're friends and all the people that love you the most when people ask them you know who's the person that you love and admire the most who is that salt of the earth person that that you know you love to be around i wanna say you andy you have the power to become that person every single one of us do i never said that i said that the beginning but i i wanna say it here at the end because i want to encourage you to continue to listen to these and if they're ones that don't speak as as much to you they're gonna be a lot of different subject covered in a lot of different types the people that are gonna come onto this podcast ad i encourage you to come along on this journey with us on living fully aunt that we all may you know lift fully together and i'm just so grateful grateful that you all here listening i would really appreciate especially since this is the very beginning i would really appreciate you guys leaving a comment below in the reviews an giving this sort of you that's gonna help other people see this podcast an i am a big believer in my community that is the reason that i have had any sort of success across all platforms with because of all of you all of you guys brought me here and brought me to the top every single time so this is such an important one to me it's be most important thing that i feel like i've done so if you guys could do that for me it would 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Episode 113 - My Daughter Mylie & I - on the Building Blocks of Confidence

Family Health

15:25 min | 1 year ago

Episode 113 - My Daughter Mylie & I - on the Building Blocks of Confidence

"The book to the warrior marriage and family podcast minus doctor for your work and I believe your marriage and your family a word finding four bulletin power you to fight the matters. Most this podcast is about you. Your family your marriage and your children will include interviews and teaching on a biblical ethic sexuality and gender. I want you to know that you're not alone that others walk down the same road and there is victory. Let's get into today's episode. Alright building blocks of confidence. That's the title of this one. What ready billing confidence what awesome. Hey this is Corey. Kluber with the healthy marriage. Inner Circle where he married podcast again here with my daughter Miley and today we're GonNa look at building blocks of confidence from Heard magazine called shine brightly and so building. Blocks of confidence tells more about this concept We'll system in just a quick. Some reservation of it is Like God made you and your special. You're one of a kind really and sometimes it's hard to know that. We know that you'd be confident. But when you're but as you are going into being a young lady. It's her to be confident. Do you know how special you are? Do you think so. It's a good answer to answer. It's hard to know. Excuse me so you are made in the image of God and that means you are valued and important creation. We know that in our head. It's hard to know in our hearts. You know that means the difference thinks intellectually but can. I really believe it is inside who I am. I just thinking like especially like if you're you're twain yes no looks just like you might be to binker special. 'cause dishonest just like you. Estate is true yeah. Player personalities are different. Near looks at the same looks are same. Personality is so how you will you stand for what you believe in the skills and talents you have all that kind of stuff makes you into an even more unique person which is your important part of creation in dude perfect to there's two One where there's an episode in do perfect Fillon Hulu. Where on the nate them look totally different like they're always demise of the twins if you're gonna be like in their Cana- leader Tyler said if you guys were gonNA be Kinda different. Would you be one of them? That he is going to be like announcement. Another guy was better. One was like he had worked ahead. Buns had been more like an insight. Oh Gosh Man So we'll give you confidence okay. That's a good answer. But what gives us confidence to be confident? When you got all these accomplishments properly it is but is that really. What gives us confidence. Probably not okay. So we're going to look here. These building blocks confidence actually some blocks key things that actually help you and I become more confident when we think about it this way or look at it in this way the first one is rather yourself sometimes all take civic confident as learning the lack of yourself when you make a mistake will mess. You will mess up from time to time and if you can learn to laugh at off your confidence will sky rocket. That's huge. A lot of people can't laugh at themselves. You take themselves way too seriously and so can you laugh at your own mistakes because we all make mistakes dust yourself off. Get back up and do it again. That's yourself love. Ya 'cause we tend to fall down metaphorically and real and physically. I'm literally thinking tiles on thing. Ninja line and we had just gotten it. It was we got to know. Recently in everyone is done somewhere else but nearby And I was doing it in I fell and you always draw off his Naral long dropping. Kinda scared you yeah. I've fallen right back and it really hurts. Yeah and I wouldn't get back on it for about a year and then you did. Yeah I will go over them like swing on like yourself. Can you laugh at yourself that the Phil? That's what this is saying is. How do you build confidence? GotTa learn to laugh at yourself how you can laugh at falling off a name. We laughed at you. And that's one of the things about when you fall on your bike. You don't laugh in the moment that's not necessarily right. But it's laughing at the fact that hoops goofed versus taking yourself associated. That's one of the ways again. Says to boost your confidence skyrocket. Your confidence is God of yield and not take yourself so seriously go to the source. What's that mean the true source of your confidence in God? He's the whole reason. You can confident in the first place because without him you can really do anything. So why should we confident? You can't do it right there. Job Yep so go to the source go to our Creator. Third One face your fears every here. It's hard it's as easy as holding a spider or trying out for the soccer team start small and faces fears. That hold you back you can do it I don't really I don't even WanNa do. Soccer is too much running. That's more of an example. So facing your fears is if there's something you want to do but you're afraid to take the risk. We still want to do it. Then you gotta go through that fear to get to an accomplishment otherwise it's like I don't really want that that much so don't worry about it. Move on find something different. It's okay either ones okay but to give up and you still want it. That's what saying Lena Confidence. When there's something and be able to really feel what it's calling me to do or leading me to do which is a hard one another one. This Kelly's into the next one try news ings. New FOOD NEW ACTIVITIES NEW HABITS NEW HOBBIES. Whatever it is. Try it every new thing a chance to bill do our confidence. So that's the Adrian right now. Trying lots of new things a lot of things. You're trying sometimes times. I just I like the training hairstyle gets true. And you can have a bad one and it grows back because she was shave your head but it all back pink. I won't need ever cheaply ever right. Great Clip the new food new activities new habits seizure. Things you're trying and you're figuring yourself out number five here pretend confidence. This is a rear one. Don't feel confidence vacant. Real confidence comes easier. You pretend you already have it. This is kind of debatable. There's a lot of people that disagree with this. That would say no. Don't fake it till you make it so get it truly be confident but there's kind of a twist to it part of just being able to be confident is have this internal belief about can. I are can't die if the default is I can't then I can figure it all I want but I'm not gonNa really be confident versus. I'm actually going to try no matter what the result is so even if I try out for that singing group fail I'll try it in short probably had fun. Here's a singing group. I was wanting to be a part of in college. I tried out every year for years. I didn't get it every time very difficult but I was so focused on wanting to be a part of that group and I was good enough and it's led to a different career pieces that actually was important to me and so that's important to pretend confidence can help you overcome but only to certain point and then this this next one six get comfy humphry. People are okay with being uncomfortable so try to settle in learned to be okay in uncomfortable situations learn and grow a lot during those times. It doesn't mean try and get comfy chair get comfy in being uncomfortable and failing and then try new things and a lot of people today can't if it doesn't come easy to give up if they accomplish immediately they give up and so being able to be someone that's GonNa try and try and try and practice practice practice really really important to get comfortable with being uncomfortable. Really important put on someone else's glasses. What what does that mean? I believe in means look through other people's eyes if you're having a hard time feeling good about yourself. Try to see yourself from someone else's point of view. What would that per se about you Bus What do we say about? You love me an annoying both. Yes and and so. If you have to decide what you're GONNA do with information. What are your friends? Think about you. I hope they don't think I'm annoying. Which is back. The video did before last week which is about time. He's film. Certain friends can hurt or help relationship but putting on glasses helps you see it through there. There is can give you confidence. Some confidence boost you like sometimes people. Some people like insist on playing a game that can really annoy people and I hope I think sometimes kind of do I am like Diane. I'm tr- In the other day when before the corn King Avena came over and I really want to play a game. Add plate with Naomi but she really wanted to be legos. I but we decided that We will just play Legos for awhile. And then the game I want. We ended up axiom levels the whole time. That's very good for you. Good job now. That's actually allowing special guest to be the person to Kinda dictate to have a say in what's going to happen really really good. Lanka's also because he doesn't have S So is almost everyone us when we go to a friend's house we're more interested in their toys than they are in their own toys. Because that's what they always have vice versa. So when we go back and forth twice good to go back and forth next one's important to think positively you can't be. You can't be a confident person if you're always Dadan yourself. Instead of focusing on the things he did wrong. Move on to focus on the good things. You have to train her mind. Think positively because a lot of us. Don't we think negatively too much to have it? That's really important. Keep on thinking if I tried again. I'm just GONNA fall down again. Heart myself will. That attitude is true about most things. That's was really important. Be Curious curious. People are confident people. The more you learn the more the more you'll know the more you know the more confident. Nobody 'cause like I know I'll never be able to. I'll ever have the fun of playing on the Ninja Line again. If I don't do it. And she's to overcome the confidence or the the fear confidence overcoming confident aired. Curious is really really as a stance of our body are internally our head or heart to to Be Confidence in one. Wants to fight through that fear. Because I'm curious as to what it's going to be like on the other side but then it says the more you learn the more you'll know it's true but also the more you learn the more you realize you don't know whether journeys that you're on in every one of us is on is that we're going to learn new things about the Bible and then we learn from what we just learned how much more we don't know and it brings up more questions and it doesn't matter what field of study we look at the more you learn the more you realize you don't know part of that is it's humbling. It's meant to be humbling because you're not supposed to know it all but be curious as kind of the last step here so the building blocks of confidence which one of these stands up to you like stand out which for nine need to most of which were night. Do Most stands out that you needed to most positively. Maybe yeah could kinda get negative sometimes. Yeah this is why this is important because even us doing these help you think through some of the stuff misses an example for MOMS and DADS. That are watching as to what they can do their kids. Who's using this? Just have a brief coversation just ten ten minutes or so To talk through these and they plant seeds. 'cause goal is now planning season you. Annan me because I'm learning to always of some things you can do you laugh at yourself. Can you go to the source to guide? Are you facing your fears? Trying new things pretending confidence until you make it getting comfortable with being uncomfortable. Seeing seeing life through someone else's lenses classes thinking positively in being curious so the goal is you grow and grow as well as together. We she like. I feel like you're helping me but I'm also hoping these conversations running together learning different things like I say you can have the same conversation. A million times but each time the learn at different thing on some different micro conversations yep which is important about sexuality about theology about cultures but marriage. All these things we can talk about. Yeah Yeah so looking forward to our next conversation. This is all about building confidence confidence. And the next time I signed. Thank you for tuning into the where your marriage and family podcast has been an honor to serve find out more about resources for you and your family's birth and success at healing live dot com. Thank you Dr Sponsor. The healthy marriage inner circle. We'll be joined. The conversation in my free facebook group anytime facebook dot com slash groups slash healthy marriage practice. My new vessel look for parents go do. I can't say that DOT COM to purchase and received the Audio Book for free. Remember the year marriage and family are worth fighting for. 'cause Dr Corey Gilbert. See you next time.

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AEE 1212: Not to Sound Bossy, But You Should Think Twice Before Using This Phrase

All Ears English Podcast | Real English Vocabulary | Conversation | American Culture

14:24 min | 1 year ago

AEE 1212: Not to Sound Bossy, But You Should Think Twice Before Using This Phrase

"This is an english podcast episode one thousand two hundred twelve not to sound bossy but you should think twice before using this phrase welcome to the all ears english podcast downloaded more than one hundred twenty three million times we believe in connection not perfection with your american hosts lindsey mcmahon the english adventurer and michelle kaplan the new york radio girl coming to you oh from boston and new york city u s a and to take your learning deeper with real time transcripts and personalized vocabulary. Sorry practice download our app on your device. Go to all ears english dot com slash bonuses. Today we show you an interesting phrase and the funny way that natives use it when they want to introduce potentially messy topic listening today hey lindsey. How's it going yeah. It's good michelle. Life is good. I've been traveling a lot this summer bummer lots of adventures for sure. Hopefully our listeners are on our instagram channels so they've been keeping up with all the adventures him here. This summer and i'm excited to just yeah try something new this fall. It's going to be great. It's gonna be great. Oh yeah oh yeah that is so exciting. That's awesome so do you have a hard time talking about touchy subjects ooh yeah. I mean well first of all. What do you mean by touchy subjects like what does that. What does that mean. A touchy subject is is one. That is a little bit uncomfortable because <hes> either. You know that the person has a different view than you more. You don't know if chiefs for some reason they don't want to talk about that. It's something uncomfortable happened between you. That's a touchy subject. Oh yeah i mean politics is one thing especially nowadays as they could come up. I mean yeah definitely oh. My gosh so yeah <hes> i recently have a situation where i was talking with a friend and the friend. Dan turns out that this friend has different political views with than me that which which is fine but my friends had to meet not to get political but <hes> an onto something totally political jeez well yeah. That's that's interesting. This is an interesting way to introduce things right. Do you ever do you ever hear people. Say things like that like not to get gathered for sure all the time because what is that i mean it's a signal. It's like when they say oh not to get you. You know dark or not to get sappy not to get silly. It's exactly what they're going to do right right right. It's so it's so funny so we're going to examine that today day. People may use you know something. It's a little bit controversial like uh-huh writing not to doing that right yeah. I guess it can be a little annoying because yeah. Oh gosh i know what's coming. Yeah yeah so right so what's the price of the freeze is not to blank what it could be a few things so for example like not to be something but like so for example. Maybe not to be rude but that'd be the worst one yeah that'd be really bad more not to get something but so not to get political right yeah or not to be not to be critical but right you know always it's often when the thing you're going to say might be hard to hear like you assume people won't wanna hear it. So you say this you start by. Oh by this opening this way right right right right or you could say not to sound fine another one yeah. It's like you're saying you. Don't wanna be you. Don't want people to think that you're only this way right right right exactly exactly so i mean lindsey. Are you guilty of using the <hes>. Probably i think i'm sure i am too <hes>. It's it's almost like you're saying you don't wanna totally change the mood and move everything the whole conversation over to what you're talking about. Maybe just want to touch on something briefly right right right. That's true right. You don't wanna get too much into it yeah so i mean. I think that these can be useful but i think that it could be a little bit misused right yeah. I think so yeah yeah yeah so let's get. Let's give a little more example so not to get political but i really think you should watch the debates. All those debates are going on right now. I mean we are recording guys in june so we're a little ahead but they are. There is a debate tonight. I think there is that's exactly what i'll be doing about three minutes right. That's right. Maybe more like ten ten minutes. Are you gonna watch yeah right right. Oh am i gonna watch yeah. I think so ah yeah because i miss them last night and i'd like to. I was on my red eye. So of course. I'm always if you ever wonder what i'm doing probably on a red eye that's right yeah. Where's there's lindsey. She's on her. I read somewhere yeah. I'm going to try to watch tonight yeah all right so what's another one all right so the let's see where should i just an example. Okay yeah not just not to sound critical but you haven't really cleaned your place in a long time. Ooh that is critical. That's that's the irony of this right michelle in critical yeah not to be rude but you should probably change some nicer clothes. Oh jeez okay eh. It's actually quite direct and that's all it's a way of being it's a way of saying i'm not doing this so now i feel comfortable saying that's a good point. It's like giving yourself l. permission right. It's like being yourself <unk>. Yeah exactly unilaterally like it's not you know doesn't mean the other people grant you permission. You're just gonna in a plow through and say that thing so it could be this could come off as rude it could yeah. I mean i i mean. I think it saying that you yeah. You aren't trying to do something but you do. It and i mean i'm not saying it's always used in this way right like it's possible that there's another way to use right and the you're being completely innocent and you're not it's not doesn't have to be all not to be rude but you're messy right. Something like that doesn't have to be like that. <hes> but you know we're gonna. We're we're going to focus on that today. We and we want to tell you this as kind of a warning right because we wanted to watch out for people when they use this phrase <hes> and i think it's because they what they are about to say is often exactly what they are saying. They're trying to avoid and it's not that you shouldn't use these phrases but you should really know what comes along with it yeah. It's almost like we can mentally prepare ourselves breath and also it's a good learning technique to prime our brains in terms of listening guys like conversation understanding <hes> when we prime our brains and we know what's coming. We're gonna actually understand better with the person saying that's proven science when it comes to linguistics right michelle. Are you officially subscribe to our podcast. Check your podcast app right now and if not go ahead and hit subscribe so that you don't miss a thing thanks for listening to all ears english guys right right right right exactly yeah so i think that's that's a really good point. Now you know what's coming. Oh not too good political probably going to be political exactly. I'd probably my brain and then you can be like oh. I have to go home before right exactly exactly yeah so i mean loops. Sorry i'm back. That's okay welcome back my way crazy anyway here. We are so yeah. I think people use it to soften what they're gonna. Say a and make it not sound as bad. If they're going to say something you know not quite not quite comfortable right and like i i wouldn't hear the sprays used about positive things necessarily like. I want to hear like not to be nice but how weird it'd be very strange right and guys. We actually did an episode episode seven eighty three how to signal that you're about to stay a contradiction in english so that talks talks about another phrase. I'm not gonna tell you what it is. Actually are. We'll tell you what it is wanted. I can't even remember now. It's having said that a- and that kind of some similar vein and it brings me back to. I and i'm probably talked about this on the episode. Seinfeld episode also <hes> where they talk about this phrase on how you say having said that it's either seinfeld or curb your enthusiasm. You can always look into it so yeah. That's kind of like where i feel like the humor comes into it and it made me think of this one as well so shout out to seinfeld. I could imagine seinfeld doing a whole episode on this case you we ought i mean having said that. Just kind of funny like prepared for what's coming next just joking about it. I could see that yeah. I'm pretty sure it was seinfeld so funny. <hes> so oh yeah again i've used the phrase not to be but before but guys the purpose of today's episode is to make you aware of the phrase in how it can sound yet so i mean what do you think lindsey. I mean could air tape. It could irritate people if it too much you definitely don't wanna use this all the time sometimes times those guys. It's a nice tool to have in your pocket. You know especially because we are trying to connect and sometimes you wanna say something that may not may may not be so cushy and nice but i mean not to be mean to people obviously but sometimes we have to bring up the hard topics yeah like yeah we don't. We can't dance around tough things forever right right so i can be helpful in that situation yeah and also this could be interesting if if you are from a culture where let's say talking about politics at the dinner table for example is a thanksgiving dinner is not or a common dinner evening joining with your family is not taboo right when you say you come from a place where it's okay to talk about politics. So maybe you want to soften what you're going to say exactly yeah yeah yeah exactly so <hes>. Let's just give a couple more examples and talk about like if we think it would be okay or not to use this phrase okay so so for example <hes>. Let's do the first one okay oh. This dress looks gorgeous. You should get it for the party not to be picky about price but it's a little over my budget. It's funny because you were picky about price right exactly. That's exactly what i'm doing but i think this is okay. I'm not breaking up anything nasty. I'm just you know. It's almost like i'm shielding myself because maybe i'm embarrassed yeah for sure for sure yeah and it doesn't offend anyone right aw so yeah okay so we're saying that sometimes it can be useful and helpful yeah totally well. Here's another one right mishari. Let's let's take the train not to sound like a know it all but i know the train will take too long kind of being a know. It all yeah a little bit eh but i don't know i think in a way. This is also okay because you're saying you are trying to say oh. Oh i you know i know this but i don't want you to think that i'm being a know it. All you know what i mean. Oh yeah and then that makes me think of gender right because oh oh god this is so good. This is so interesting this weekend. When i was at a conference in denver marketing conference <hes> the woman who founded girls who code you know look brand that yeah yeah yeah i do. It's more of a movement <hes> she was the founder of that and she did a presentation on on gender and on how women right right now need to be in kind of a moment of sisterhood and of supporting each other and of stepping into our bravery right and it makes me you think like would this phrase not to sound like a note all would that be more common among women than men. Uh just something to ponder. Language is is not as simple as the words are so much more that goes into it so i mean her talk was fascinating. It really interesting good to keep the stuff top of mind. Gosh yeah interesting yeah. That's a whole different way to look at. This phrase a whole nother way so anyways. That's a tangent but really good to keep in mind yeah yeah. I sure oh my gosh well. This has been really interesting lindsay. What do you think the takeaway is for today. Well guys. This is a good phrase. When you want to go into touchy subjects like politics eggs maybe religion maybe money all those things that can come off as kind of a taboo and rude but really you're trying to avoid. It's <hes> really avoiding what you actually want to say but you're really just telling someone what you're gonna. Say like we can sort of see through it is what i'm telling you natives contrite we can see through it but we still use it sometimes in the right time and place right right exactly i think that's the good point lindsey that it is the the right time and place and the right situation can be a helpful tool so you don't have to hide from it but just be aware of what it comes online guys. Were just here to expand your vocabulary. I mean this is just another phrase to add to your repertoire and again. If you are using this inside the iowa apple listening inside the app. You should be saving these phrases that you learned today. Hey go to all ears. English dot com forward slash bonuses to get the app. Okay okay well. This has been really fun lindsey and not to sound like i want to watch the debates but yeah i got to go. Yeah got it all right. It was just democratic. Debate have fun. Thanks lori by. Thanks for listening to all ears english. If you're taking i also this year. Get your estimated band score with our two minute. Quiz go to all ears singlish dot com slash my score and if you believe in connection not perfection than hit subscribe now to make sure you don't miss this anything see you next time.

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What Not To Do In 2020

Serious Business

16:21 min | 1 year ago

What Not To Do In 2020

"I Love New Year's I love New Year's I love the reset. I love feeling like this is a fresh start. I love that it's a chance to reflect on last year and good decisions sessions bad decisions. Everything in between but I am not big on like making promises that are just really ridiculous. Hello hustlers entrepreneurs solo per nor a small business owners. Everybody out there trying to turn an idea into income. I want to welcome you to serious business because it serious but it's it's not all that serious. Welcome to your weekly spot to get everything you need to know about making your business more profitable but also having a lot more more fun while doing it because if this eight fun you shouldn't be doing. Hello everybody and happy New Year a year may all the quainton addressed the vet will. What were you going to sing? Why would I thought was it implied that we add to see? It looked like you were taking a singing breath. No No. I don't know what I was doing. I was just breathing in the new year breathing in. We're on the cusp of New Year and decade actually. I'm already sick of hearing about it. I'm already sick of hearing about a new decade. It's an old decade twenty twenty vision. It's like not even and I'm already like Hong. Aw Yeah I like I like a new decade. I like twenty twenty vision. I like what do you want your next ten years to look like planet out now so And I really. But I like New Year's New Year's as an important reset for me hookers yachts and rum. Okay if you choose three words that you what the next ten years okay. It's like you're talking to yourself in your head and answering questions you like. Someone said singer favorite songwriters just winning. Only hearing half the conversation was Suzanne Evans today. And that's how this one's GonNa go exactly half of me is in the last decade. Having me as in the new decade is about to be a new year. You said you love it you love thinking about what you're next ten years are I. You Know I. It's so funny. I'm a strategist but not a big planner. You know that love. She just rolled her eyes. I actually love Spontaneity Eddie. I love to go. Let's go somewhere this weekend. Which means we leave tomorrow so I love the strategy of but sometimes I'm like you can play on your next ten years but let me just ask you a quick question Melanie or would you have planned to the last ten years the way they laid out? It's hard a good answer. It with the last ten years have been planned though. I mean it's surprise after surprise. Not In the plan. Isn't that life. Yes that's my point. So what the hell are we planning it but no no no no but you have to start i. I do believe intentions. I do believe that you set intentions Chins and those are the things I intend to not plan post okay but you can't predict anything no I no. I'm I'm joking. Intentions are cool and to to set the direction and the path of your life. But actually I'm letting you hijacked this podcast a little bit and from the moment you started singing and you took it over. I actually want to talk about what not to do in twenty twenty I wanNa talk about what is our not to do lists right My dear friend Larry Wing. It says this all the time and I think it's so brilliant he says you don't add anything to your life to make it better. You stop doing doing things that aren't working and right. It's so so true so we got a list of that so I thought we talk about ours a little bit and talk about why. That's such a powerful concept upped. Because I think everybody is sitting around the next few weeks and they're going exactly what you said. What do I want the next ten years of my life to look like in my business to look like and what want and what do i WanNa have and what are my dreams and my hopes and my intentions aspirations and I think that is valuable but I think more valuable list would be? What should I stop doing wing right? So I thought we go back and forth a little bit and then we'd Kinda position this for you guys to think about what you know. Remember that old show that it was so hot for a time there has its moment what not to wear o- on life on no you're saying it was a thing. It was like a thing for a short amount of time and I loved the name of it was what not to wear stacey some stacey somebody yeah but at that a grey streak in her hair but the point is so often. You'll have that great streak in your hair. I probably not. I'm sorry I've some gray streaks but they're splattered so I always loved the name of that because it was what not to wear and it was such a we often are like what should I wear. What should be quite often if you go? Hey don't wear these things. It will create a good luck right same thing for a great new year. So what is your not To-do list. I'm GonNa not smoke but you don't smoke now. That's my plan. I'm going to keep going with that one to keep not so looking good about this. I'm going to let you know this is going to be the worst. Podcast you listen to in Twenty nineteen eighteen or twenty twenty. I'm telling you this I am not going to do good podcast. That sounds like a good plan. So what you're did not plan my not plan is I'm GonNa let I don't know you've you've posed it in such a weird way that I'm having a hard time thinking. Yeah because it's a better way to think about it. It makes you go deep it's not just more dreamily bullshit. You not more dreamy bullshit. I'm I said this in our executive retreat the other day I am not going to do in the business marketing tactics that I'm not good at that that doesn't mean I won't risk or try new things but there are things that after eleven years of doing this that I'm really good at. They are sure things and there's things that we're okay or we do kind of well and I'm not doing those anymore. It takes time it takes my energy. It takes my soul. I'm going to do a bunch of what I'm good at and I'm GonNa let go of the stuff. I feel like I should be doing because people do it. They do it in the industry. Marketers say you should do it and I'm going to do it. I'm good at now you I really Oh really I'm like would you roll your eyes at me. I'm not good at spontaneity the something. We've already is stabbed life so you know and something that I'm not GonNa do spontaneity. That's what I'm not going to do and what Tony Not GonNa do it still do it. I don't okay back to me. Yeah I am. What are the things that I wanNA stop doing? Maybe that's a better way of phrasing it to you into these listeners. Maybe the listeners are as confused as you and I'm the only bright shining light here It's what do you want to stop doing that. That's really what it is. I another thing that I really want to do. Is I would like to stop not filling my water glass when I first come into the office. So it's there. I know wits there and then I wait until the afternoon when I'm parched and then I run and go do it between calls and I tell myself every morning. It's they're just go do it now. An adult some a stop avoiding my. You're avoiding. I am avoiding. Why don't you think that says? Do you think you your next your Pisces your neck. So you'd think you'd drink a lot of water you're next I mean mine is about water my see. So how my head goes I go yes I want to drink more water and so you're just going to take on my instead of saying and I'm going to avoid drinking okay in all not being funny here. Let me tell you how the mind works for our listeners. It's really interesting. How many times have you told yourself this is going to be the year that you drink water for the month that I drink water? I'm out that yeah well I. I've seen go through periods of time where you carry a big jug around and you fill it up and then I don't even know where the judge is now and you're not doing it so let us wait as an example got what's sandwich behind adamant as twenty five okay to readers. Don't know what that means family came in and moved your okay But wait this happens all the time with people who want to lose weight right. They go this year. I'm going to lose weight so it's this year. I'm going to drink water. The the brain actually has a hard time believing it will do something that you continue to lie about right. Which I'm a big believer and that's why I never say I'm GonNa do a Diet because I know I've lied to myself enough but that's my point so it's an interesting way to think about your New Year is what am I gonNa stop doing yet and and for me? I'm not going to. I'm going to stop not using my water when I use the water container. It works so the brain often has a capacity to take on information an action. That's put into a new opportunity for it so if you're wrote constantly like I'm going to exercise three days a week if you've said that for three years and you don't do it truth. Be told can be very hard for your body and your brain to do that but if you say I'm going to stop taking the elevator and only take the stairs. That's actually a newly formed warmed consciousness in the brain that you may actually be able to do it. So that's the point of this. PODCAST is a new way. I feel like I'm impressing you right now. Maybe it's a new way of thinking of because this is all neuro science. I mean it's all. How does the brain in take on a belief or an action? And then translate that belief or action into movement in your life or in your body or in In your words or in your actions and so that's why sometimes I'll I can make to make a list of things. I'm going to stop not of all these intentions and dreamy things and another another big list of bullshit that maybe you get to fifty percent of it when we all know what happens on. What does it blue Monday? which is like the second Monday third Monday February? The third Monday in February and it means that ninety percent of people have already given up on ninety percent of their New Year's resolutions solutions. So what do you not going to do Melanie. I am not going to over complicate things. God guys. It only took ten ten minutes and twenty four seconds to get her into the game. Okay love it because if you say. I'm going to simplify things. You've probably said that before four but if you're like I'm not going to overcomplicate this. You can actually pause and give yourself a fresh new chance and how you're approaching things. Yeah over complication. One is a big thing for me so I'm not going to spend a lot of time on on my team with petty things and what I mean by that is I tend to be the person that has to give the lecture. I have to give the talk when something's going wrong or something bad I'm GonNa send them. lemony Mellanby like this is what you need to do. I'm going to take less of my energy and time on that and spend more of my time on imported training and important education so I am not going to communicate with my team in big ways on petty things. Yeah because you can spend so much time was it. That Larry says sometimes about what is it just because they invite you to the fight or you don't have to. I don't know uh-huh felt so felt so maybe we'll we'll have them on sometime. It will have adults with us right now. The thing what are you not going to do I am. I am not going to let my tomatoes grow on the ground this summer. Thank you cheeses. She took some dumb ass. Asa Gardeners advice let all of our tomatoes gone on the ground and there were many to make fun of tomatoes. That were just hey. Listen if you're listening to this podcast cast and you have some tomato advice Senate in but I took some bad advice. I've never produced tomatoes in my life. Ever listen listen. Suzanne and I tried tried to grow them on a in a pot on the fire escape in our apartment in Brooklyn. We never lived in Brooklyn New York and never and this summer I totally someone said you can just let them lay on the ground and they'll grow and they did not they brought it and I've literally had hundreds and hundreds of tomatoes that basically basically rotted so not GonNa do that this summer. Not GonNa do it okay. I'm going to give you one more in them. We're GONNA give this a little bit more of a container so I am I am not going to I am not going to tell myself that I'm went to exercise. Sure cise and twenty twenty Yeah I mean that's my philosophy. I believe that's a good one. I'm not kidding. I'm not going to tell well I go through spurts Brive do great movement and walking and I love doing it but I'm not going to be that person that at the beginning of the year says I'm GonNa do this and I'm not sure if I'm GonNa do you. It may not do it but I am not telling myself I'm going to yeah. Well this is something I tell people all the time in business in life if you lie to yourself enough eventually you won't be able to. I believe anything that you tell yourself. And that is the point of what we're saying. That's why I think new years I love New Year's I love New Year's I love the reset. Love feeling like this is a fresh start. I love that it's a chance to reflect on last year and good decisions bad decisions. Everything in between but I am not big on like making promises. That are just just really ridiculous that most people don't follow through on and then he felt really bad about yourself and all you do is road the foundation of your self assurance and things that you know you'll do so when it comes time to actually make a decision and be able to follow through on it. You're not sure that you will because you've lied to yourself so much so there you go. That's my philosophy about what I will or will not do and I think that's the point of view with my. I'm not GonNa Smoke in twenty twenty. I think my whole point of this was what what would it look like if this year. Just give it a shot you. I made a list of all the things you WanNa stop doing all the things you want to stop doing all the things you refuse to do or that you I don't want to do. You may not need an intention or a resolution list because it becomes so clear what you want your life to look like and what you WanNa do and what you want to have and what you don't want to have and what you don't WanNa do that it really begins to form its self really gets to form itself and that was the point of this is just taking a different affront approach to this taking a different look at it and starting with what you want to stop or starting with and guys if you stopped doing the things you don't WanNa do your life would be so much happier than if you add it in a bunch of things you do WanNa do word right and I'm GONNA in there. 'cause that is my whole point of this is stop. Stop doing things in two thousand twenty and you will have a better life. Sounds good see you next time everybody. Thank you so much for listening. Listening to this week's podcast serious business. Please follow us on instagram. 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Aniston The Influencer

Elvis Duran Presents: Celebrity Buzz

27:17 min | 7 months ago

Aniston The Influencer

"These days everything is go. Go go but every now and then it's important to stop and chill with a one. Beer may to chill cores. Light course light is cold luggard. Cold filtered and cold packaged in the mountains. Encores lights cold activated bottles and cans. Turn blue when chilled to perfection. So when you need a moment to chill reach for the beer that's made to chill or have it delivered by going to get dot cores. Light dot com course brewing company golden colorado encourages you to celebrate responsibly. Hey everybody it's been higgins. And ashley i and where. The host of the almost seem as podcast. I was the bachelor in know firsthand. How dating twenty five people at one time is not easy and i was on the shell a time or two or four but i met my husband so i'm proof at the process works we do interviews with the cast members creating the headlines and we know pretty much everyone so we're reliable source. Listen to almost famous on the iheartradio app on apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts scandal woah hiba nine share on your host rob shooter. It is monday. We have a ton of gossiping. Every monday afrin vogel is joining us from zero hundred alvis to rancher darah there rob shooter. I love a good week of gaza. The start of the week like mid we gossip. It's okay you know. But it's like this is brain new. We've had saturday. We've even had friday night with had saturday and sunday and a little bit of early monday morning. So we have chock full of stuff we today. It's the beginning of the week. Anything is possible particularly in the world of celebrity dish. Hey what time is it. My friend turkey turkey teatime. I'll take that. of course it is. Hey before we jump into all the delicious gossip did you watch the. Ama's last night. I know you go to bed early early. But did you think what was your highlight. Here's my thing. I you know we're used to award shows and i wanted to go a little different at the beginning of an award show but you normally upbeat song. You want that like kickoff to give it a bazaars give me some za`z i get a big edge justin bieber. He's he's very popular right now. He's got a lot of music out but you cannot kick off a show on a on a on a slow song. I don't know about you felt about -solutely writes about this. I've worked on. Tv for a long time and they want upbeat. In fact twin artists go on the today show or good morning america. You can't sing the ballard. You've got to sing the upbeat song because it tunes does that at seven am. Can you imagine at seven pm. It was a little strange way to start the shotgun. A little reporting on what you think about this sources. Tell me they really wanted just into come out in a least to a couple of ours and ninety eight bars of an upbeat song. He's got a lot of great anthems hit him on to do that. He wanted to do the new songs. So that this dilemma to they have a song. That's a great song. Don't get me wrong here. I love this song. It just probably wasn't an opening song but do they have the wrong song but the right guy. He's a superstar. He's a big deal. They do television for ratings. They think people get a tune in. Do you think they made the wrong choice. I think the gambled in the senate hoping like. Hey let's get him you know and let's see what we could do to try to work on him to to kind of give some upbeat and hopefully it happens. And you know there's producers that are probably up into the minute like hey we're still working on guys. We're still working on them. Don't worry we'll get this will be the perfect kickoff and then the show happens so i wouldn't be surprised if someone has some answering to do today to production and the ratings people at abc. But you know it's an my other thing is i. I ll justin bieber's very talented. And i get where he's at in his career right now but this is the next like he has two songs out right now all about like. Hey don't don't get mad at mean. That was a pain in the butt. When i was fifteen. I'm grown up. Now i get it man like. That's what one song is. Don't give me to. Don't give me on a sunday night when i'm ready to have some fun like give me something upbeat and then give me that song in the middle of the show right. Let's get into this actually. It's really interesting because you're not the only one to say this. Several of my tv insiders have said to me as well. This is just a wrong song. The song about being lonely an worries you particularly in this day and age with everything happening in the world. It's really really a rough time. I don't know if. I wanna feel sorry for a teenage. Maybe a little older now multimillion ask so. I don't know i've always. I've always had a bad reaction to celebrities telling me how tough their lives are. And i know they are rumors ahead not putting them down. But it's a really tricky thing. We're not got to feel sorry for them. Living in a mansion and driving ferraris and i'm struggling to pay my rent so you gotta i got. I got a cotton swab up. My nose deceive cova. The last thing i wanted to do that is sit down and go. Oh justin he'll be lonely little boy. My grimaldis thanksgiving. Because of this. And i'm gonna cry for justin bieber. I know that is something about it. Also talk about it jaylo flawless. Just long looks whoa. Whoa whoa whoa like she. She like she is going like i could see her doing like what What dolly parton wants to do right now of do the cover of playboy at the age of seventy five. I think jaylo could do the same thing when jaylo is hundred. Fires all looks incredible. I also enjoyed to talking about energy squad after you've got all day. I'm doing them right. Now that i used to work for jennifer. So i say she does work hard. I went to the gym with her once. I know we got into her fabulous. Roy phantom i think it was and we went to the jib the car. That's the car. She's just go to the gym. She worked at like a maniac. Though she'd i barely broke sweat. Like i was on a treadmill. I might have had a slight incline. But i certainly didn't have. It goes all act when you're with Working with jennifer lopez was that when the infamous like. I'm getting my button. Shored like stage of her career. Don't know he was that was. Ben affleck dimas benefit. But i do remember those rooms thin. Not always true when you hear a multi-million dollar contract for their legs so arms or their bottom. It's what we call silly. Press did is the king of silly press change in the name. Get attention not doing any harm. Not telling necessarily laura with certainly world rushing things up to make it exciting. And i think really does make the world a little bit more gossipy also too. I wanted to get your thoughts. On terrar- i loved what i thought coming out and johnson were so glad but she's not a singer she's not a stand up comedian. There's nobody in the rooms if you're gonna tell jokes it's a beat. I mean it was more upbeat than lonely s. She was the beginning of the show. It was when she got out and started to shake her. Bits and bobs. I think that was the beginning of the show. Let's begin our show my friend because we've got some juicy dish so clare crawley from the bachelorette and dale responding to the cheating rumors. There was some photographs out of him with some other models some female models. They did look a little flirty sources. Say not much is going on there. They all work together their friends but they were beautiful women and they were a little tichy feely. They did get drinks but one of the women is married. The other one has boyfriends. So don't worry so rather than we spun to then by putting out a press statement going on instagram. They decided to just ignore them. What do you think about that. Do you ignore these rumors. You fight back that were the more you feed it. The gets i think right the more. You're responded there's two ways of going about it the way you know eminem did it in his movie eight mile about his life where you get all the the bad stuff you say like. Here's what happened blah blah blah. Now you have nothing left to sing or you do that. And then they go they have. There's follow up questions. There's always a follow up question so even if you put out a statement it's gonna follow you around like hey this but what was this really about. So it's like you can't win. I guess the easiest way not talk about and move on and because you know someone else will do something in a matter of ten ten minutes later and you'll be forgotten about if that if it was me i'd agree but aren't these two now tabloid stars like aren't they don't famous for their acting singing dancing to russia. The famous relief of being a little bit famous. I mean really. Let's be honest about this. I liked both down. You're on the street level there on the reality show sea level right now You know if it will dish shows their character to do. They want to stay in the press. You know. we're talking about two people that went on a reality show for three weeks and then quit Pretty much So it's like maybe these are the people that don't want that reality. Show attention you know. Think about it so if they ended up winning. I'm sure we would be hearing about this for the next month. But since it was like okay hate. We're actually in love. Were getting outta here later. And we'll see at but we'll see at the wedding. Maybe you might be right so this brings us to uphold kushner the day crowley dale ross are ignoring the cheating rumors should they. Should they say something to twitter. Page at not nicer. Facebook page is not gossip. And be sure to check back tomorrow to hear your results garrett love what are you working on all right. Let's move on Alligator becca now. We lost him just about almost two weeks ago. It seemed you know. It's it's it's odd rob shooter when you know someone has passed on but the work that they have done is still around like i've i've watched jeopardy now more than i probably ever be. What and watching him host the show. It's like he's still there. You know he could probably still be there forever and ever on tv. But it's like this is not weird or creepy. It's not. I don't know the right word but it's interesting to see that like hey. He's giving us new content ronnie's and he's not here. So here's here's what we've learned. We've learned that he's going to be cremated and he'll be spending. His ashes will remain in his home with his wife and You know he died. of of stage four pancreatic cancer which he even spoke about last week to on jeopardy. Which was it was. It was just interesting. How it all just sinked up like that You know he he. He left behind two children and they said according according to Some close friends that he spent his final day with his wife. Watching the sunset mean exactly like you. The best way with your best friend. And i couldn't think of another way we'll garrett you'll be with your wife in the sunset and i'll be behind the bush saying hello. The last bit of gossip guarantees. I'm not really beautiful. He was very partly handy with his hands. So we built a swing denise gardenias beautiful beautiful piece of land and he was on the swing with his wife and Then went to bed and went to sleep. It's a beautiful way to go. But what do you think about. Ashes like It does sound a little strange at the ashes are with the wife. I'm not judging this. You do what you want jane. It's none of my business. I have the ashes ashes of one of my dogs in my apartment very different. I do know quite your game and a haven't yet been able to to scatter them to think about that. Have you thought about yourself. I know it's a little bit creepy a little bit morbid. But i think i would like to be. I always say throw throwing in the face of andy cohen. But that's not exactly true. I think i'd like my ashes to go. Maybe in the hudson river. I can see the hudson river from my apartment and it gives me great pleasure and joy and tranquility sanctuary during i mean. Do you know what floating help me be worse when simon. It's where do you. Where do you want to go because i'm gonna make a note you know i really don't know it's it's one of those things that you know as you get older. Obviously you think about. But i don't know like you hear people wanna be scattered through you know disneyworld and in my thought i get you know the presence in the idea of you being there but i mean they. They cleaned disneyworld pretty good you. I don't wanna be sucked up in a vacuum. You know by the cleaning crew that are you coming by and picking up the dirt. I don't know i. I'm from scotland to. I met bruce in scotland in edinburgh. And maybe the two of us might go back there and be thrilling on them. The state of bel moral if the queen will let us on a some nice estate where we don't have to worry about vacuum cleaners. Thank you gathered. Okay true true. It is true. You budget jennifer. Aniston is now an instagram influence. So why is she doing this. Agendas become the global amazonia. Vital proteans she posted in all these these instagram pictures of her and the vitamins jen. I do like that. You promoting something really healthy and good and is about wellness. And and i do like this. Why are you doing this. Do you have enough money. I'm getting to these instagram influences. Get on my nerves. A little bit of icy one more fun fab fit. Flyleaf rally box. What that mean say and then the person always line. When i'm not doing it for the money i support. The brand of the field always enjoyed the products for years. 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I can talk about pretty much anything. I don't like talking about sex. But i do like this story. And she even asked if she could post it so it wasn't an accident. She knew what she was doing a little bit of fun in your relationship. It doesn't matter how long you've been together or not is just lovely. They clearly love each other. And that's the most important thing a little bit of sadness before we go to break. Prince william and kate middleton's dog lupo has died. He was a beautiful black english. Cocker spaniel owned him for just nine years. It's not long enough. He passed away. They got his dog just after they got married. So it's been with them really their entire married life. They wrote much they missing and how much they love. There is nothing worse than losing a puppy. We're sent ks. Yes can i ask you really quick before we move on from that. Is there any type of like protocol. you know when it's interesting. There's nothing formal but since the time of queen victoria that is a little royal pet cemetery in sangram which is one of their country estates. So there's a little graveyard and queen. Elizabeth has put many of her corgis there. So i think i was called susan. What a cool name for for royal dog sousa and so susan's buried in grounds. And i wonder if william and kate will start their own little cemetery remember their home is kensington palace wentz. He's the king bell moving to buckingham palace but I know it just breaks my heart. We're going to take quick quick break and we will be welcome to the show you for having appreciate it so much experiences at hp. I want to him university. I got my degree from the university in business management marketing. I was the first person a mafia minnesota college and graduate so my parents told me i was born to. Hbo you are really didn't have a choice. Some went and visited all those campuses. 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Brain Signals + Electrical Fields

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Brain Signals + Electrical Fields

"You could hear ad free new episodes every week plus is the only place to hear be entire back catalogue of the here we are podcast at stitcher premium you get a free month go to stitcher premium m a dot com and use promo code star burns honolulu its mission angela and listen if you're online looking for something to listen to what you get all the info all the tea honey you need to come listen to my brand new podcast shane angela each week i dive in with some of your favorite celebrities to talk hot topics as well what's going on in their careers and how they got to where they are if you wanna know how to get the back streets the hollywood walk of fame hi this is the place the get it it's on the podcast called she angela measure you tell a friend or 'cause we chat and over here so welcome to the show everybody couple updates for for you so the michael meditations the january retreat in jamaica that's january eighteenth through twentyfifth a amazing time there's only fifteen spots and they're a we already have about half full tentatively tentatively we haven't we are just now by the time you're hearing this shit they should be officially on michael meditations site if you're interested in coming first silla simon retreat hanging out with me for the week and exploring 'em your inner worlds and a it's just a great opportunity for going after therapeutic reasons for exploratory reasons and just say caribbean in paradise it will all get the hang out and 'em chat about the brain and get to know one another it's a fantastic time that's why i keep on going back and there's been a hold up with figuring out they do like basic retreat packaging they do a comfort retreat andhra going back and forth and which one but the cover retreat which is what we decided to go as it's just a little bit more and it's just a big difference in just like the quality of food the basic retreats fine it's just a little redundant and in basic 'em food and the the comfort retreat is just amazing 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a so check that out it's a great way to take online courses and what's the one that i'm taking right now i told you about the oh a human personality traits that shape how you think really fan asterik course blowing my mind and you know i've had a lot of personality researchers on talking about the big five personality indicator that sort of thing man i am going to have so many more questions and answers insights and things to share and ask about in future episodes when i have more personality researchers on because of this fantastic great courses plus program that i've been taking i sometimes watch it on the computer sometimes go in and put it on audio and have it on my on my phone through the booth and the car while i'm driving around i am i've been learning so much lately it's just been this constant well of information and usually i can only take so much and i get fatigued but i don't know something it's been it's things have just been i think because of all the a yoga and rock climbing exercising and taking care of myself more 'em it's just kind of allowing from a more more space and expansion in my in my entire world's there's there's more space therefore for more information more learning and so i'm a i'm building all of these new worlds of of perception in insights and it's just been so exciting and sell fund and that's why i'm such as about these partnerships ships so i hope you check them out get a free month 'em by going to great courses plus dot com slash here we are an audio books guys if you aren't in the audio books just give it a shot i think that breathing is sometimes if you don't do it regularly it could be intimidating because you like you zone out and you think you're the only one that zones out or something or your battery eating 'cause you missed some things where you're having the hit the rewind more often that is a very normal normal experience that as far as i can tell never ends especially if you're doing it right a lot of times a lot of times if you're if you're really digesting information you're gonna get you you know you're going to take this this information that you are focusing on and have this tension and then your and you're going to process it in your own way and that can kind of take you away from that active listening or breathing momentarily don't get discouraged by that i've let myself get discouraged by that in the past and it's really unfortunate because i think it it has the turn me from reading as much as i'd like to because 'em you you lose it's a little bit of confidence but that's just really part of the experience so a little pep talk some updates all that good stuff today and enjoy today's episode on the wing where are we hear why are we here not entirely clear we are miss the rest of the lakers fans by random chance with no hints at all that to howard opposed to make sense of it all and he mentioned beds are here we a hello everybody and welcome to the here we are podcast today i'm talking with assistant professor of psychology at sonoma's state university in affiliate assistant professor at the center from mind in brain at you you see davis jesse banks in is joining me today jesse thank you awesome great to be here thank you so much for joining me i had no idea and i this is my first time ever visiting sonoma i didn't know it was such a sprawling place i didn't i didn't realize that it is it has a a rural vine but it's it's agricultural yeah i'd its course everything's spread out and ride it makes sense now that now that i hear it's just you rarely go into city like a like there's dallas which is like this huge sprawling city but this is this is a huge one beautiful dr i had a great time coming in i'm excited to talk to you about your work give us a little bit of background on what you do how you got into it in the first place and a yeah so i studied the electrical signal associated with us thoughts cognition specifically attentional control how we filter things into are head every thing every thing that you experience every emotion there's and associated anatomical structure in the brain corresponding with that there's a difference in the change of the electrical trickle field the brain produces so what we work on here is we try to decode the relationship between the electrical field at the brains producing and our internal thoughts experience and awareness and so that's where i am now that's what we do now i'm alone way from home how i got here i'm from trenton north dakota small town in the middle of north dakota not a lot going on but i ended up going i i'm from i'm from wisconsin originally at i always a small a smallish town in wisconsin and i always thought that there was not a lot going on there and then i drove to the dakotas that you could try for two hours at night and see feed a lighter to or is in especially in the south west corner it and you could go across come across towns of for people there's an actual sign with a population of four people really all kinds of a cent six hundred thousand people in the entire state so so you know i went to college i i was the last kid anybody thought would go to college a you know to university went to a small state school is gonna be a business major but start breathing about psychology became really interested in time perception start reading about that how it just came from unintuitive understanding of how sometimes the day seems to drag on and sometimes it seems to narrow this is everyday experience buying individual why does this happen and it got me thinking there isn't an external stimulus for all of our other sensory systems there's information coming in light we have electromagnetic energy coming in it's trans reduced into narrow signal that becomes vision sound is changes in mechanical pressure any air that gets trans reduced into of camp neuro chemicals signaling the coakley and get sympathy auditory cortex and then rehearing elliott smith were hearing music in somehow that change happened there is a fit wait wait a bomb everyone out with a massive represent my students i'd have of crop of students right now they're super in the elliott smith that was in my head so hip i should've said i should take and whatever jokes that get at this point a so but i i understand where you're going with this there's these these physical sensory experiences 'em are you know a little more intuitive how they're working on something like are perception of time exactly there isn't a stimulus for all other sensory systems weaken source it to mechanical pressure electromagnetic energy there is something out there in the world but there's no time molecule there's no time wave there's no time particle that were sent there is no energy out there and so part of what i do is something called psycho physics we're we look at the relationship between energy in the physical world and how that's trans duced into experiential energy in her mind that's the way i term inexperienced joe energy and there's a qualitative aspect of our inner experience that's a traceable empirically demonstrably direct consequence of real physical energy out there in the world and so we can look at how that real physical energy changes in our mind changes in response to it and so this is the field of psycho physics it's a field of sensation of perception this is what motivated experimental psychology in the first place back in the eighteen hundreds the first scientific psychologists recycled physicists justice egner faber they were looking at they were looking at the mind from a mathematical and physical perspective they were saying we have this inner consciousness this is in here you know the title of the shows here we are right were in here in our heads and that's our world as we know it introspectively but it's a product of stuff that's out there mm and so through the scientific method they were interested in looking how this stuff out there how it changed and how that related torian experience and so what's the mathematical computation that occurs between information that's out there energy i used the two terms interchangeably energy that's out there and how becomes represented in our awareness and i mean i am a it usually when you're in sonoma talking about energy fields in the brain a you know there's gonna be some crystal talk happening shortly after an maybe a secret a vote if you're if it goes something but very different but all in all of that stuff for sure and i i wouldn't entertain the notion of what they knowing what i know and what they do and what i do they're different worlds but they they might intersect at some point future who knows it's a matter of of the progression of knowledge a there's a lot of stuff being done in meditation how it changes brain structure and function things such as that but i know nothing about crystals of all of the time dilation and stuff in in a are perceptions of time is a endlessly fascinating to me i i really the one thing that i think a lot about is how are i mean we use all sorts of factors in measuring are perception of time like you're in a hurry to get to a podcast 'em and that makes time feel have a different quality than when you're just sitting around 'em you know twiddling your thumbs or whatever and and i often think about how you know life the billions of years this universe is been in existence where here in this clip but it certainly doesn't feel like a blip from from are subjective experience and are are kind of perception of time is very much related to are individual live like i feel like we kind of measure time almost based on our lifespan in a way like a hundred years seems seems like a long time to us because a hundred years is a fair that's a fairly long human life whereas like a may fly that is alive for about four days or whatever it a hundred years just seem probably feels has the same same quality as four days to a may fly in a few word i talked to a may fly and be like we're gonna give you another thirty days and may fly it'd be like what a nightmare of what the world would i do with all of that that time you know it'd telling someone you're gonna they're gonna last ten thousand years like oh my god i don't i'm not sure i wanna even sign up for that right so or they might be like let's rock and roll more babies oh boy yeah i hope that's not what the what the case becomes but as we advance their medical knowledge and extend their life expectancy but who knows it's a good question would you wanna leave for ten thousand years like they're sort of some beauty who we got this little blink cured of i had no idea i say no thank you i'm i'm happy i i'm signing up for the average general life expect maybe maybe when i get toured the end of this and i'm seventy years old or something like that i'll be grasping spitting on the every last second that i can get but right now my experience of this is like eighty years solves bind maybe just one more day for a play the bacon edit you know i'll go on but but you're onto something with the idea of the relativity right of time and that you're experience of time being relative to you're entire lifespan but also relative to what's going on in the moment and people have postulating there's some evidence that maybe there's an internal clock your brain functions resin mickley it's it produces specific frequencies specific frequencies of what are called neuro oscillations solutions are related to specific acts of cognition there's an alpha band ten hurts involved with suppressing certain critical areas there's a frontal feta areas five hurts that's involved with focusing attention inhibiting responses sponsors anything that requires this active kind of maintenance of other parts of your brains and frontal executive so that's one way to look at it maybe there's this internal resnick clock and that gives us a sense of time but it doesn't work like a real clock in that a real clock a second is a second in in civilize western culture even if and when he used the word civilized that's a relative term but in in contemporary culture we have stagnated segmented time in two seconds milliseconds even to be obsolete and atomic clock they're looking at these oscillation of cesium particle right in it and and if i don't know but they the the segmentation of time into these tiny little unit of precision and that's the world that we're living be here at this moment at this moment and we reschedule it out and we map it out their cultures that tribal cultures that use something like as the basic unit of time how long it takes to boil a pot of water i play i i'm sorry alab above culture alter is a guy like that with the real value laugh that was a very condescending loud fetch a shot of those little pot of water i mean i wish a little silly you yeah you were only like two parts of water late today i mean this is so i mean relating to this there's so many ways there's so many kind of evolved reasons why time this perception needs to be so kind of fluid flexible in subjective and because we have to adapt to all of these different contacts and right now i'm in a podcast where i have forty five minutes to an hour you're sitting here talking a question kind of pops up in my head and like okay you know maybe i'll get to that question maybe i won't it's it's not a matter of urgency if a if like if you drop something on my toe a right now of my perception of chain of time will change dramatically my a you know a split second is is too long fair from my brain to go about processing things would probably does any of that pain information goes to my spinal cord and and probably just sends a signal right back doesn't even check in with your noggin huntersville it's just like let's get the hell out of here let's move that foot gay don't wanna feel that again and and so i i get the the reasons why there's so much flexibility especially from a conscious perspective but you you don't don't think that there's any 'em anything in are brain that is taking an actual like more accurate objective view of time even even though it's not filtering that information into conscious awareness of all kinds of things the unpack there active as a side of things is time they the the first thing i could say we are actually in fact as us as a species is in oregon organism strikingly in time with each other ten minutes to one person is pretty close to ten ten minutes and another person and it's so there must be some kind of internal clock sometimes some kind of internal mechanism for producing the sense of time it definitely doesn't seem to be something that's coming from an external type of energy particle like how light produces vision it's something that is it in it's a striking sense we do have a sense of time that as a species were all pretty good at estimating time and we all tend to be operating under the same clock right maybe there's some differences between individuals but it's something that's completely so it must be something that's completely happening in our mind 'cause it's not out there in the world and it's something that is very good still that's larger than the sum of its parts so in some way we take new information from the world as it's unfolding and that gets represented like maybe number of narrowly events right number of amount of information you're being exposed to any given moment time might die a light or if there's no information at all time i might also dilate there's something like a it's called a quad radic relationship between a environmental events and you internal perception of time so if there's too many things going on you're perception of time might stretch out but if you're in solitary confinement in a jail cell time might also strikes out but right in the middle of there's the sweet spot of like normal occurrence of everyday events and that's that's where are perception section of times is is most commonly ad in and that's the perception of time that we tend to commonly share amongst individuals what's fascinating about it though is the nature of this the of what's going on in the world changes are internal i don't even wanna say perception of time but internal construction of time it's a constant it's something that were building in her mind that's in inference based upon environmental input and yeah i mean i guess to restate a in i i think that you did sort of already answer but but to restate at so one of the one of the great tragedy is about life if you ask me has to do with this time perceptions stuff where i you know everyone psych you gotta get in this slow state and like that's where you wanna be but when you're in a flow state it you you don't think so you don't know it oh you don't always feeling i was feeling yeah yeah you you don't know until you were is after the fact because inherit within a flow state is that you aren't thinking about these things and yeah and so these seemingly go right by like that whereas if you're getting waterboarded whatever time really seems just slow down so like every everyone wants to like liv along full life but then it's like it's all just objective anyway then if you want life to if you're a lawyer like what do you just like you'd end up masochists and that make life seems like forever so this is like what are these tragic things to me about are are are perception of of time and and the predicament of of are the conscious space that we living but but my question is is you take you do an experiment where you take a two groups of people a they're they're both going to 'em work like eight hour they're they're they're both going to go in for this eight hour period of time and one group of people gets the fun one and the other group of people just like the solitary confinement or whatever an end you know the fun one i i know subjectively they they would be like wow that went right by in the torture one they'd be like man that seemed like a drug on forever however at the same time i think if you asked either party at like the five hour mark how much time has gone by i think it would both be fairly fairly accurate in their assessment of that time they've done all kinds of experiments on that and i've done some myself an it it actually isn't the case that the those kinds of manipulations actually do change people's estimates they do absolutely okay that's that's how we know it people have done experiments even simple things such as that senate that's the extreme case a you know torture condition rollercoaster ride ice right right and you're gonna you're gonna see big affects in terms of their estimation of the passage of time between those two conditions there there is going to be objective differences of a the people in solitary confinement are going to actually without the presence of the clock estimated time has as being more dilate i stretching out more and there there might be thousands of studies on those kinds of affects their studies on even even more simple level things have just having people on the scale of seconds at a time look at an image and depending on the contents of the image the individual even if it's presented for five seconds you'll see affects where depending on the contents of the image the person will estimated how long image was presented to them differently as a function of what's indian which is like be amount of information that amount of interest and i you show a show like a naked pictures something like that maybe that's different than looking at something like shape exactly or something that's exactly right and so they were trying to in this particular study that i'm thinking about they were just showing people more complex image i shouldn't say complex complicated gated images and things with more information in them relatives images that had less information and these were just abstract images it was a how much information is they're not even in terms of content vs new pitcher vs blank screen but just in the amount of information number of angles number of wind and people would estimating they pictures with more information as take being presented more time even on that on that second level scale you we we could see those kinds of the sex and so you take that kind of affect in scale it up to solitary confinement versus eating cheeseburgers run our well i might turn out deport torture but you know the fun condition that that keep feeding that yeah like right after so there's two different cheeseburger condition muskie or you about marijuana stop whatever it was an appetizer ville yeah a so if you scale that up to that kind of an effect you you'll you'll observe even more profound differences in the perception of time and okay so i got to thinking about this too yeah in undergrad i worked as a telemarketer for a while i laughed about a week okay i talk about title violating i mean let's not make it a little weak as telemarketer let's give it a shot of it yeah it it it it became stories calling up strangers and having conversations with them about it yeah yeah you know a my perception time in that and i'm like how easy would it be to rob the bank next orange just get out of here right right yeah i i did a lot of factory work and and m a you know some of it was just the hourly hourly really were wage some of it was piece rate and the peace rate is you know you you make x amount of money per hundred pieces that you're making or so so in that case you're kind of racing against the clock yeah and a so it does make time go by faster a where it's just the hourly wages just this prison that you're trapped in for eight hours 'em better busy then board right so do you think that what am i how am i going to articulate the sister or all right what i'm saying might be a complicated to the level of maybe a little convoluted it so in terms of what information is getting filtered into the brain andy perception of that how much of this just has to do with this focus itself and your as you're saying there's more information in this in this picture and so there's more interest by the brain the the brain is like well there's there's more value to be mind with in this instant ended therefore your more consciously aware of these deeper levels of processing then you would otherwise need to be aware of it in the much in the same way that 'em when you're almost in a car accident in time slows down i think that like these experiences of of the movie you know math of of turning your hand and there's certain meal oh wait a steering wheel and pump the break and everything that's always happening in the brain but it's just not being filtered into you're conscious awareness until it needs to be an then matt is what's kind of causing some of this time distortion is just thee access to regions of information processing that is sometimes unnecessary it i get what you're saying if you if you think about the moment when you're in a car crash or walking down the hallway or in that moment you're doing calculus right you're going at a certain speedy other cars going a certain speed there's a trajectory there's a woman among men tone and in that instant your motor cortex visual cortex has to integrate to produce a response that's best for the instant right left sort of light right how hard hit the brakes at cetera et cetera you're doing that when you're coming up to yellow to should i hit the gasser hit the brakes long and yellow light how fast going this role incredibly difficult calculus equations that you might take a person hours to do right but you're doing it in that split second some part of your brain intuitively knows that right end is doing that and i think of what i'm hearing from you is that perhaps it's access to that in that moment yeah i'm not sure of it i would i would only be speculating if if that the source of the time dilation in that instant i would say i don't think so because you do those kind of calculus equations intuitively all the time when you're walking down the hallway you're shooting a free throw a even even when you're reaching you're handout to grab something that's moving you're calculating the motion in trajectory of something that's very much what i'm saying though that that all of those exact same processes are happening all the time no matter what but like when the shit's going down you need need a little more conscious interaction with those under layers of of processing yeah and so and i think then that's arousal response i think that's the that's it's your heart beating more quickly increase in blood pressure increase in the supply of oxygen into your brain increasing in the supply of blood flow to your brain in that moment that's induced by arousal response and it might give you a little more of a fine tuned access sister that information in that moment when she's about to hit the fan 'em i think yeah yeah a this is a so fascinating and i so be other things 'cause i wanna get more into a what you're what you're doing now a i i have a i anyway i love talking about the subjectivity of time we haven't talked about much on this podcast 'em so i'm already having lots of fun and we haven't even really so we've never we've never on the podcast talked about at least my memory of it is we've never really talked about some of these electrical fields in the rain rain we talked a whole lot about synopses and neural transmitters and i all of this a a kind of stuff that i think is a little more commonplace in say neuro science fisher 'em i i've never had anyone on talking about some of these electrical fields in the brain so a canoe expand on what those are what's going on with that from like a one oh one for sure so there's different kinds of electrical fields in their produced by deanna anatomy of the party so when the prior researchers that you may have discussed in the relationship between neuro science and psychology the physical substrate of the brain and the mind they probably have addressed in terms of neuro transmitters and structural anatomy that there's this neuro transmitter that's release in houston drastic things happening in this part of the brain does that and if you lose this part of the brain like the future form face area right little neural modular robot and all it does is sit around and look for faces in it sees faces an in a way it sees faces for you because a person could have damage to the he's a former face area they still feel like the same person they have the same narrative the same self identity but they just can't see faces anymore so from that perspective that that anatomy certainly is the substrate of consciousness for faces and that's that's there's a thousand different parts of the brain every aspect of you're being there's some physical substrate that's producing that in you name it like there's a you could just it'd be a whole podcast and itself right but so people who think about it from that perspective are looking at the structure or maybe they're looking more at it from the chemicals standpoint like look neuro transmitters this chemicals that's released that's what determined jar experience the doping the nervous system the nucleus accumbens that's lighting up and they're still coming in your brain you're gonna feel good that the source of you're awareness and that's true is well an individual's perspective from a scientific standpoint is gonna rise from what they know about my perspective is that of electric physiology and admittedly biased all say those structures there's those anatomical structures end the neuro transmitters their purpose is to produce in electrical field and it's actually the electrical field at the brain produces that is the substrate for conscious wearing his for cognition for all of those other experiences that that electrical field represents information that is you in that if you lose the the neural substrate the reason you lose their awareness of it is because of that neural substrate isn't there to produce electrical field anymore and so that's what i study and there's different ways to look at it one people will go into either living humans in a very extreme circumstance where they have ticket brain surgery done anyways i know record directly from sent synopses and neurons and record the electrical activity that the brains producing when individuals in gate engaging in some commented that and they'll do that in monkeys and other animals as well that's one thing so we're looking at the firing rate of individual neurons and how that's related to consciousness and cognition and that when the neuron fires it produces an action potential this is a flow of violence owns in and out of a memory of sodium potassium and that flow of violence producers and electrical field because he's i answer positively or negatively charged and so the idea there is there's all kinds of behaviors and all kinds of thoughts that are intimately connected to the flow of positively or negatively charged islands or annual and in and out of a membrane and those sometimes can't even predict behavior in a moment so that's on on one level de electrical field we reach and measure what i do is i take a knee jihad and put it on somebody had an icon recordings electrical activity that their brain produces why why why are we doing this the whole podcast i should be wearing one of these hats right now why do we need a video i know you you could see one here that i'm looking at and you're listeners can look it up online if lady gaga is listening she's got awareness this on the red carpet oh yeah it'll be is is very fashionable it'll be a crate but the cool thing is it's it's not invasive yeah so it's perfectly safe i could just put a hat on somebody had record their brain and and we can look at the electrical field but their brains producing from the scalp so there's enough electrical activity produced by the cortex and that it conducts through the door through the scalp and with these very sensitive recordings systems and decades of research a on learning how to do this weekend record the electrical field at the cortex producers in response to all kinds of cognitive events and those electrical fields are most likely as far as we know produced by neuro transmitters as they tickle the dendritic tend rights of neurons so what drives and neurone towards this action potential threshold are neuro transmitters touching it nor transmitters they're gonna flow through this in apps and they're gonna tickled the denver right and they're not always gonna cause the neural on the dendritic around the post synoptic around fire it's only when it reaches a certain threshold that dinner on gonna produce in action potential but the thing about these neuro transmitter stickling denver rights they're happening all the time in the presence or absence of an action potential so those neuro transmitters that chicken wing producers in electrical field that that cellmates in it's occurring over such a vast field of neural real estate that it electrical field kim kun conduct to the scalpel week unrecorded so they're two different electrical signals one that's produced by action potential central's one that's produced by the neuro transmitters that are causing action potential they're related of course but they're differential we found that in certain cases they electrical field produced by the neuro transmitters that comey recorder from the scalp does in fact have different functional things go related to psychology and cognition than action potential themselves although some people might disagree with that it's a point of debate but they definitely are distinct signals and so that's that's what i study and i love it because it's not invasive i could sit here and put a hat on somebody who's had what i've been doing lately is trying to figure out a way to infer using machine learning algorithms and a deep learning to win for the contents of an individual's awareness in a moment in their mind based upon observing the electrical field but their brain produces and so that has all kinds of it's fascinating to me i would do it just for fun to you it's like mine rating right right and so but it has all kind of practical implications like people with ls stephen hawking people have locked in syndrome there are people who've been in comas for ten years and they wake up and they say hey i heard everything everybody said about me right so if you could put a hat on somebody who's had record and it's noninvasive you don't have to put him in as expensive as former ice scanner you could put a hat on some of these head and maybe say hey if you can hear what i say i want you to pretend like i want you to imagine a visual see imagine you're you're barner barn imagine you're you're bedroom you know you you you grew up in a familiar place if you could hear me imagine that and i want you to pretend as if you're attending to the left side of the veteran and what we would see if the conscious and they're actually doing it because if you do this and conscious individuals when they attend to the left side of visual field you're gonna see a decrease in the right visual cortex and alpha ten hurt signal and you can actually infer where someone is attending with some degree of accuracy were still still working on it but were getting up to ninety percent of the trials where we can infer a decision somebody made in their mind whether to attend to the left or right in normal healthy people a so but if you do that take that signal and put and somebody had been in a coma you might be able asked them all kinds of questions but hey do you have to be pretend to the left or attend to the right maybe wouldn't get this catheter off you know what whatever at least at least try to get some way to get and to communicate and maybe even some day individuals could interact through a computer maybe they could move cursor on a screen just just by thinking by reading this out and the good thing about e g is and this is the trouble with doing this without fri one thing fm right is very expensive a thousand dollars an hour to rent really expensive to buy and you put somebody inside of his release a huge electromagnetic field and they've gotta sit in the scanner and it's buzzing banging and it has really low temp laurel resolution you don't know exactly when something is happening in the brain enough from rice scan the signals always delayed because of fm rice scanners measuring the compensatory blood flow response to the electrical field electrical field happens first i from rising measuring the blood slow change in response to that change you g the good thing about that is electrical field the brain produces travels at the speed of light for all intents and purposes so you know instant instantaneously in real time what's happening spending in the brain based upon in response to a person's thought so that's cool 'cause you could sit in front of a computer and get an estimate of what what's in a person's mind in real i met wilting from the daily beast on this week's episode of my podcast the last laugh the one and only kathy griffin is here the breakdown insane two years since you took that infamous photo with trump mask covered in catch up subscribed the last laugh on apple podcasts the himalayan app wherever you listen to podcasts time so how far 'cause i remember seeing something along time ago of a picking someone who 'em you know like stephen hawking type situation that ls situation where they can't move speak voa and they a they were able to create this vocabulary a map their brain be like okay when they when they you show a picture of a basketball assist the region that's lighting up these early electrical signals and then when you later have have them and like in their minds i picture basketball then we're seeing that they think of a basketball and then the computer can be like basketball and so you could potentially this computer could speak for you and in this limited in this limited way do i mean how how accurate are these measurements at the moment and how accurate do you think that they'll become in the near future is is this something saying that will be able to a you know instead of having like google glasses or whatever i could just when i'm driving be or hanging out with people or whatever i can i can be wearing the cap and quick send a text message to somebody without you know having to a two step away or open up my phone or anything i could just kind of think how would i wanna say in and go hit send in my brain and i just picture myself hitting send in that sends send a text message out for me how far away are we from something is that is that something that will eventually be a feasible the easy answer for me is it's a work in progress yeah and it depends on the nature of the signal you're trying to get out like what were doing were just looking at binary decisions type of yes no things yes no signals a we're leaving it up to ninety percent decoding on a trial by trial basis ninety percent of the time we know if somebody is thinking yes or no kind of thing when you take that that's a very binary simple thing but you take that up to the next level right of what do you wanna eat for dinner tonight imagine that in your head and then decoding that well that's still still a lot of work has to be done in that area there is some work showing that through brain computer interface and an here's the intricacies of wine how well when i ask you right now when i ask you what you want for dinner tonight can you really imagine that in your mind even of three her own introspective experience and how well can you actually decide in this moment oh i already have this perfect fillet maybe on textured it by had a but i i understand i hear what you're saying but but wouldn't you first be able to be like okay we could do someone can think like me vegetable soup beverage and and unlike dial that in and then take the next layer of complexity after about yeah so it's a little it's also the level of the signal what i would think and what i would hypothesize used that term just to put my phd so what i would hypothesize is that perhaps the verbal signal would be easier to decode as a phone logical structure which could almost be looked up in the way you could look up the meaning of the word in the dictionary so you can think about things some fun logically in linguistically and that might be an easier singleton you code what do you mean by that you think are more actual word mississippi year while you hear the word and you're had you stayed and you're you have an inner dialogue you have a little voice in your head talks every every word you wanna say i'm glad it's not just me confirming that you might you might still have to see a doctor a so you could maybe decoded that way the thing is to probably do that you'd have to go inside of the indirectly record from they the auditory cortex and the motor cortex associated with producing those those signals so the other avenues you could go through visual input you could have people imagine what it looks like that they wanna eat and you could record what's going on in their visual cortex and so every perception that you have of an object there's a specific part of your visual cortex tax that represents that pattern there's part of you're visual cortex recognizing body parts there's part for recognizing faces there's a part for recognizing objects it even goes goes so specific that there's parts of your visual cortex so recognizing tools because all of these different classes of objects have certain statistical patterns inheriting them tools have a lot of angles shiny faces have to do with these spatial metric properties distance between eyes and roll kind of face recognition experts because of her face recognition area the point is that our visual cortex then could perhaps in it does respond to a visual stimulus in a very specific pattern firing a very specific patterns interconnectivity that represents the stimulus and so some work that's being done more recently in this is using fm ri is through the use of machine learning and artificial intelligence jones individuals have been able to do code the pattern that's being produced in the visual cortex in response to an image so that the computer doesn't know what the person is seen but the computer peter king readout what's going on in the visual cortex and draw a picture of what the person is saying based upon the respond to the neural activity that's next generation that's more in the future now mike like here now so that that's happening it's in in here's here's the the point that were out when you're asking the question of how far in the future is that for us well to do this one it only works for a few people it doesn't work for everyone some people it just doesn't seem to work and other people at works really well i found this in the work i'm doing in the in the lab here with hegi some people weaken predict what they're doing ninety percent of the time some people fifty percent of time right chance average for about seventy percent so that's one thing there's these individuals variances and part of that is because each you take a look at your fingerprint it's a two dimensional thing that weekend news to individually you eight every individual on the planet nobody's to fingerprints or the same side they're so important in in law cetera et cetera take your brain it's a three dimensional structure on x y z access that's moving through time an each individual only shares about one third of the locations of brain structure as it relates to function two thirds of our brains are actually unique in terms of the relationship between brain structure and function so every single brain is his orders of magnitude more unique than they are the same crossing each individual compared to the differences across a fingerprint like were you are fingerprints are all different but each individual's brain is really really super different from everybody else's so for this to work in the future one we would essentially half the deep code the signal that each individual's brain is producing in response to particular stimulus you'd have to do that one by one right 'cause each pattern even though there are shared commonalities in terms of the relationship between structure and function we would have to do this for each person because each person does do it uniquely in in in a different way and so that's one huge challenge that would take a long time to really map out the complexities of thinking of a basketball flaming yawn free each individual to where this could actually be functionally employed when you're driving down the street and you wanna make dinner reservations just like yourself so you'd have to go through some extensive brain mapping studies on your own to get that signal from her own unique individual brain so that's one big challenge these other is getting that million dollar esa mariah machine any g a firm rise really good spatial resolution you need that to some extent you g is really good with temple resolution the i can't drag this machine around with me a there's gonna have to be and this is less of a un obstacle i think this is just a matter of technology which probably will maybe even in our our lifetimes see surmounted i dunno that's pure speculation but this is just a matter of getting that technology is an effort brain scanner or any e g and getting it into a portable kind of format that would be functional in the way you're you're speaking of were still a long way from that too but will see a that's that's those are the two things that are really important to consider but were moving in that direction the world is really changing quickly right now specially with the development of artificial intelligence and deep learning and how computers now are starting to learn about things that we could never figure out what plying these algorithms to decode the contents of are awareness sometimes we don't know how that they are is actually doing that we just know what is doing on a level of complexity that we can't it's a really huge complicated logistic regression equation that we can't comprehend and it just does it and we don't program it to do it it learns on its own and we don't know how figured it out exactly right we just know it dead and that's a whole other yeah yeah yeah i i my my brother other works and big data and a lot of figuring out how how in the world the thing learned to do it 'em so when you talk about you know there's there's these different kind of fields of neuro science there's these different ways of measuring 'em measuring the brain when it comes to electro physiology and he is a electrical fields it's in the brain what are what can you measure in what information can be gleaned from them and what can't like i guess my maybe use a simple simple example is so you got this buying airy yes no kind of answer new news this these electrical fields to measure this but then what if instead your you're trying to measure structure stor not stressed or lying are being honest or something like that in the brain isn't wouldn't that be looking at more like a you know just like overall migdal activity or something like that that that would be 'em hey you know what i'm what i'm trying to say is is deal rv electrical fields doing more like specific conceptual those things or or they also 'em are they also playing a big role in a lot of are emotional drivers and 'em in motor skills and they are they are they doing everything i'm of course researchers are biased by their measure i'll admit that and i would say yes this is what i measure of course i wanna tell you that i would say that everything that you think feel an do in terms of behavior there's a corresponding electrical field that's produced in the brain it's a matter of actually being able to measure that and figure it out we haven't figured all that out yet we do know a lot of things about how the electrical field is related to specifically like you said behavior we know that there's a specific rhythm that's produced when you move a muscle if you move your right arm you're gonna see a depression of a ten hurt signal called immu rhythm over here left motor cortex and that's involved with a controlling the the you're motor responses so you could see this generalizing all kinds of different ways so my in my answer is based upon really my measure and what i know but there's a lot of evidence suggesting that everything you do thinker feelers associated with some electrical field in your brain do we know it all know way like this is job security for me right like there's so much that we don't know but there's a lot of evidence demonstrating in relationship between the electrical fields the the brain produces and when you when you move up more and more towards the kind of an abstract holistic kind of level like binary responses to attend left her ten right pretty good at that we have that down we know if somebody is attending after right based upon agee signal in the brain we have that but if you start getting up to an emotional state trying to to a semantic level of representation which might even require this entire distributed quarter call network the definition of a word in the meaning is related to the context of every other word it's been associated with in your life so that's a much more complicated signal tragedy coke in terms of a a semantic state so and then it gets even more of a challenge in terms of something like a critical diagnosis like you talk about can you tell if somebody stressed or not and that might be related to be a big deal a response and we know that much more we there's a lot more evidence of that from fri i don't mean in terms of stress not stress response rica's weaken look at mcculloch and we know from all kinds of decades of research on psycho surgery people who've had a major damage and firmer i research at you make the lives involve fear and arousal response and anger so we know that and we but there are also in age either something called a late positive potential so when you expose somebody to an emotionally salient stimulus they tended there's a distributed central central parietal a increase in electrical activity when someone is experiencing and emotionally arousing stimulus positive or negative so we could make some influence there but the thing with e e g they're all kinds of signals that aren't that that could produce a similar spot just because you're observing that at the scalp doesn't mean that's what's in necessarily going on in the person's head and that's part of the challenge because you could observe a distributed electrical field over the head that when you're looking at it from the scalp topography that signal might look the same frame moot emotional arousal to a picture of a really disturbing image that scalp topography that we observe might look identical to somebody looking at an ice cream sunday right it it's valence emotional response so we could say that much but we can't necessarily directly on those larger semantic kind of emotional levels in for the contents of a person's awareness yeah we just don't we haven't decoded it well enough yet to really be certain about those kinds of things whereas we have decoded it well enough of these simple more simple kinds of tasks where you know you have people do yes or no what i'm saying so it gets more and more difficult more and more conceptual the thing is that you're trying to do city code a yeah so first off before we wrap up i have my guests each week plug eight charity of their choice of you have one in mind usa wrestling mat linlin he's he's looking for gold new lympics twenty twenty a usa wrestling they've done a lot of great stuff troubled kids getting kids 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sounds fantastic to me it's like i'm sitting here going well what can you do with this stuff so i'm i'm gonna press john this what are the limitations of of your own field of study yeah so number number one we don't know quite very well wearing the brain signals arising there's some math weaken do it's actually the same mass at the geologist used to source localized where earthquake is coming from underground but the problem problem is yours is fear and you could have recorders all over the earth to measure the vibration of this technomic plates is well i mean some people are saying it's a few spears some people are saying i just flat earth area yell let me on twitter the other day for not having any quote unquote flat earth scientists i on my podcast and then he and then i made fun of him in like that's a typical cool low aglow arthur third community a number i love the flat earth i love it so much do you know why it's it's a fascinating thing about human nature or like this is this is what i think it reflects yeah i think it's a challenge to the scientific method right i think it's a great opportunity for the scientific method to shut some people up yeah right to to an i've heard some of their arguments and some of them are very good there wordsmith yeah really good they released spinning yarn yeah and i could see how people could hear that end be on the wagon you know jump on the scientists jump on that bus and let's be an evangelical about this but but i i love it as a thought experiment of being able to to it it's a real test of the scientific method and i i really think more scientist should step up and released shot it up and released because it's it's it's allowing the opportunity opportunity of the scientific method to be placed on this flat platform and i think more scientist should debate these people and an an and let the world know and let them know what's actually going on here right i i i think i think it's a great opportunity and i love it really oh so you're very i think larry a open minded you're you're very patient you're very that's very consider a it's it's great drama i when they when you say one lane how explain how the the phases of the moon work right most most people can't answer that question and most people in everyday life if you go up to somebody in a bar sure that you pick up on the phases of the moon rock they're like well you know the light shines off the moon in some stuff happens and you can't explain it but flatter thor's they've got explanations phoenicians that is that is incoherent with a global order i'm sure they'll have a ready answer right which i find fast okay valid wonderful paget of i'm so happy that happened but back to a so so you used the same thing that geographer using to a some of the geologist sorry the the geography is are just down the hall they were knocking oh yeah now the geography i yeah any biologist so using the same math and then we were going from there to to source localized right so were recording the signal from the scalp we don't know essentially for sure where that signal is original we could only do some fancy math to project a source but we don't know exactly where it's coming from a signaling the front of your head part of that might fire up in the front of your head than to simulate my light up but if he electrical charges oriented in a very particular way through a certain network that might show up at the scalp over the temporal lobe or the back of the head and so you're observing that signal from the back of the head but it might be originating from the front of the head and only throughout from writing we know so the easy it has a disadvantage of tim hurrell resolution but we don't know where the signals coming from and we don't know exactly which neurons firing and in what pattern we have a specific field at the brains producing and that's why some people that i'm i'm working with at the u c davis and as we've been trying to do this for years i've i've spent a lot of time with colleagues trying to figure out how to record emoji inside of from rice scanner it's a big challenge because then we have both temporal and spatial resolution it's a big challenge though because when you do have some awry you put somebody in a three the for tesla mang electromagnetic field which is huge like you can't go in there with their keys because it'll suck i'm out of your pocket and if you're in between the scanner and somebody what their keys that's gonna really hurt you really that it's not those piercing you you gotta take out you're piercings people who weld can't go in there people who spent their life welding because if you wild for a long enough time you're gonna have metal in your body it's gonna suck in the metal right out of your body so it's it's it's intense electromagnetic field agee though is a really small amplitude electromagnetic field so small it takes a lot of work in here to make sure that the lighting system they ambien electrical noise in the in the building sixty hertz signal doesn't overwhelm that then there's all kinds of things we have to do that so then are challenge my head my phd advisor was like 'cause we have so much working at a a pg room with a ferret cage to just get out get rid of all the electrical magnetic act activity that might be corrupting rangy signal and then one day he's like hey jesse could could you try to record the energy inside of one of the most intense electrical fields on the planet and i was a good sport a and but just now and i i tried died this is almost ten years ago now and we couldn't get it to work but just now i think were back there now where we can record both at the same time just actually one of my students a i just graduated from here olivia krieger is that you see davis doing stuff trying to get that to work now i feel maybe like it's my white whale right my legacy will a vast it'll be worth it yeah absolutely well thank you jesse bank center joining me 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The 4th of July- Arousing Men to Burst the Chains!

Let's Get Civical

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The 4th of July- Arousing Men to Burst the Chains!

"Hey everyone welcome to let's get cynical this is the podcast where we breakdown politics government structure in dive into the context of current events i'm lizzie stewart comedian feminist in political junkie and i'm earn while the housekeeper former senate intern campaign staffer political strategist episode we were talking about the fourth of july so grab your hotdogs and let's get cynical big fan of the show i let us know rick oh sorry i i when i committed name is that i realized about two seconds and then i don't wanna commit to the stories what i made you down beside her who's her and then i think conciliation you it's interesting start us off at a ten right may refer to as her and yet we women don't have rights this is accurately you don't have the whole reminds me of a woman end women are people it's a crazy way as a great note happy birthday america they're very exciting fourth of july at but so excited i'm so excited i it was in charge of notes for this episode you're fantastic job you're it's so you're gonna see that it it's very me i can't help you're very good at like putting facts on the page in a way that i'm i guess i'm simply like here's the fact like laced with my reaction to the it's like stupid idea was close by doing that to as you'll see in the notes like when i'm like yeah you react i react i know like i'm leaving this country i have an opinion a and we are were not leaving were just upset averages were just disappointed no so excited so nursing foremost happy birthday to america bird is coming out the day before the tomorrow's day how can you birthday america birthdays for you because for me like neighbors are okay well no because my birthday always is other on around labor day and so because of the number of bird so as a kid in because i like the teachers didn't know me enough they didn't have like the pencil birthday gifts it's ready yet i know they didn't have their boards done so i never made the board until it was like later and then my birthday had passed that but it's been hard hard yeah and like now is grown as a grownup you're laughing now it's hard because you can't get people to do anything like as you get older people are like oh my you know were were going away that weekender they have soccer blah blah blah really yes all right well you know what that generally turned thirty one so i will say i have no plans for labor day my kids were doing nothing i get up i yeah yeah okay that makes sense to me i guess it is difficult happy birthday around the holiday i mean like i know people whose birthday is a christmas eve at least it's on that but it's true that would be hurt that's probably the hardest yeah right yeah no mine's not around any holiday 'em but i i'm always in denial about it like like so this and the day before fourth of july and for me like the day before my birthday i'm always like oh my god oh we go through late tomorrow tomorrow a this is a big birthday for me coming up 'cause i lose healthy yup it's my latest health insurance birthday i'm so excited so excited to tell you know like laugh at my when i'm turning twentyfive is kind of like the quarter life moment of like who am i like what am i doing like is this where i'm supposed to be like that was the moment as having before turning twentyfive the moment that i'm having before turning twenty six is like this last year i have all that am i not knocking on heaven's door well somebody who is passed the parents health insurance aged eight yeah a their life on the other side your health and you're in miami download i oh i don't know about that all sorts of eggs i have in my favor is that i do go to the gym yeah i mean i think like my my cardiovascular health is top top notch my i have a lazy heart and i'm not being oh you do have more chronic thing i have i have a i have a regular heartbeat 'em an ex she she beats and when they found found that there were like they were concerned is 'cause normally you see this sort of like heartbeat and people who like run marathons or elderly people and what the doctor was implying was you know either neither of those things and i have a leaky valve as well no i know i know i'm sure a lot but like look at my face like i'm somebody who has a lazy heart like you could just see that my first first glance is like she's lazy no other you talking about yourself that i'm not talking about myself i'm talking about my fucking lazy in bad heart that's true just sitting there according according to you're instantly i do lay in bed and watch tv every every day i'm in this really bad habit and then we will start this officer i swear to god but i'm in this really bad habit of waking up in the morning you know and like i put something on in the morning as i'm getting ready lows music what no oh no put on like a tv ownership and recently it's been friends like i like nine in the morning and i'm like well that's all the crime had a forensic evidence solid this time and i think it is leading a me down a bad path so anyways it's amazing i might go to in the morning is i'm fifty years old 'em the crosby stills nash radio station from pandora why i've never heard of what is it what is it do what is it what kind of sixties seventies like all the songs i mean you know that okay it's like like a little retro though that yeah yeah yeah is it like it's it's not easy listening no it's not just go it's like billy joel needles george harris like yeah that shows a healthier mindset than forensic files and that's not taken para skills are very different but i do think this is great wrote no no organiser little history of the fourth of july last leg where she comes from a lot listen a lot of like refreshing 'cause we talk a lot of this stuff with our declaration of independence episode great which i love because obviously the declaration of independence has a hand to play in the fourth of july in that you didn't even celebrate the fourth of july so refresher time line rate july second non the fourth two days prior right worth that's what the founding fathers were like i wanna have independence we wanna vote on independence right there like we want this were gonna do it it's gonna be great we love this then two two days later after like taking a look at the declaration of independence giving like giving what's in their little writers 'em the delegates the thirteen colonies is that's when they adopted the declaration of independence they're like yes we want this document right we agree to this document we are officially pinta parchment we are now in in in what i love about this time line is they're fun fact already were like bad no i have no doubt this is only one faxes for their life on facts john adams my side piece he believed that july second was the correct day to celebrate independence day to celebrate the nation because they voted on the second there were like this is what we want but they didn't technically adopts the declaration of independence until two days later but he would like it's the second it shouldn't be the second wow and so when the when like washington dc would host like big fourth fourth of july party right he wouldn't go out of frozen talking about a lot on my beliefs i love that you know that i imagine him just like alone celebrating on july second being like this you is holding a burger and sam adams big like this is my i love that about that i like it should be the second on but he wrote to his wife sweet abigail abigail a n reportedly stated quote july second will be celebrated by seceding generations as the great anniversary festival and that the celebration should include a point per need a gain of sports guns bells fires an alert missions from one end of this continent to together you know i'm so sorry is calling from pop parade sports going bell fires who i saw his whole five john adams wanting to get lead like late last party no let's goaded tat auto so amazing pumpkin parade okay right pump to you what is pumped up but we should bring that word back pops pops pomp and circumstance yeah which is like what like i don't really know what that means in in that and that couple of where he tried to describe how is that it's really only found both of us have tried to describe what the word pomp means by making me sound like the pump pump what is pomp i'm gonna look this up what is palm pump pump pump oh my god pompous announ in it is ceremony an split display especially at a public event it's up so you wanna pump in grade we know what it means game sports sports did they have a cricket croquet who again going back to my thanksgiving thanksgiving in louisiana got some great game sports belden bonfires elimination illuminations which i'm taking demean fireworks yeah but i mean they didn't have fireworks back then they just had and when they he canon canon today i would lose my mind you know they shoot them off 'em where i go to this island every summer and they should've cannon and they should've cannons and put in bay tonight for line account on i think it'd be like a like a city person where do i get i'll get a certification i just realized in this moment that i have a dream to light again it will happen magin if any okay if anybody has a cannon call me they would like to shoot it off the lunch to shoot it all you need is you off again it is it is it done it my producer is not that it's about it is gunpowder it's gunpowder into to something and then there's a ball and that goes right to they put the gun powder do they stuff it in the back of the canons there's a few news right and then you light the fuse on the few literally getting this from looney tunes you light the fuse and then i think if you go into the cannon where there may be more gunpowder were not i'm not sure i've ever seen inside a cannon and then from that that gunpowder explodes and she would sell the ball if you don't ask me this is not in a note improv i did not think i would look at how a canon or oh my god we just assume that's how it is but i mean we're talking about like talking about twenty nineteen cannons no no i don't know if they are digital but i'm not talking about when i think about seventeen seventy eight cannons right like how will how you would you off like a musket like you you've done it at powder and then you like the thing and then you're aiming at the guy bullets yeah be like shovel auditable earth yes yes so i don't i sure did you ever do that i don't like a gesture what i love i just wanna quickly sidebar because i only did two pages of notes and i did tell art and we might have to sample little bit what i realized that we would spend maybe fifteen minutes on cannons alone i'm just so please please i would rise to the job so what if you know how can it works you have diagrams if you own a cannon please call us i would love to set off your grand on up you're gannon will travel for cannon will we will travel or gannon yeah oh my god i want a video of you sitting off again i i have video of me setting off a candy and his handing no no no i'd be great i would i would have great can you know get every night how how long it's okay it's okay i i don't i don't like we might whole episode on the history of the united states this'll be the labor day episode the labor day as a lookout for it history of cannon should we go back to the fact that it's okay back the history yeah okay so in eighteen seventy after to the war of eighteen twelve the uss moved to make july fourth eight federal holiday i bless 'cause that's what i mean like you never get amount of time that is a really long time for them to be like wait a second game we've got now two wars with great britain right i mean like we did today we need we need a day off for a game sports gun belt bonfire that elimination to just like really get my head like oh shit illumination my god from maybe cannon fire it's not about the kennedy yes but it's not clear that it's not it's not it's not cannabis and then in nineteen forty one they made it they paid federal holiday ads fan manner that's what i'm talking about you know be another great paid federal holiday voting day okay anyway i paid federal holiday way it's not no it's not so for this tangent but just know in the bag threat i got one in the canon ball in a canon about this issue how about look so great at recalling you ever hills hotel in jefferson and adams both died on the fiftieth anniversary of july fourth we've talked about this and independent do we did have also pita it's worth repeating because again to the president's died only five zero anniversary around the declaration of independence and i just feel like it's so sad because now we know the john adams did not want the fourth of july to die do you think he was trying trying like he's like come on it's just a word yeah i'm gonna do is i'm not gonna do this yeah yeah a i feel i feel bad and also another james madison also died on fourth of july but a couple of years later oh right so the president's who died on the fourth of july that's insane patriots toy about like going right talk about like holding onto like the right moment yeah that's using her moment choosing her life i pickier exit mullen oh yeah yeah that is and i respect it okay see american axes i would i lie my god so funny however okay so john jefferson and adams both died on the fiftieth anniversary of the end of are independent driveway however in the last in his last recorded letter which is he was declining an invitation to celebrate the fiftieth milestone in dc jefferson wrote this about the declaration of independence and he wrote it on june twentyfourth eighteen twenties and this is what may be to the world what i believe it will be the signal of arousing meant burst the shade unto is the safety and security of self government that form which we have substituted restores the free right to be unbounded fuck me the free right to be unbounded exercise of reason in freedom of opinion all eyes are open or opening to the rights of man for ourselves with annual return of this day forever refresh are recollections of these rights ending undiminished devotion to them arousing jane oh my god i eat out our stepped in i i didn't wanna tell you why i included this in her notes 'em because i just wanna find it a moment so yeah this is this is literally like on his deathbed coughing up blood he's like going blind in one i like the dude is dying i mean this is on june twentyfourth so he died maybe what did the math june's weeks later two weeks later cena's yeah i'm sure he feels death upon him and he just letting it all out i mean this is i think proving are point that like some of the founding fathers were definitely like sexually act like they explode sexuality yes oh rousing men's uber's the chain says all right you're you're amazing i love that we love that about you but i think thomas jefferson he did write a dirty pride month unbeknownst to him he did he does that is june twentyfourth baby around johnny said they originally right right yeah yeah yeah and i know i just i love i just love the idea of him being in his bed like writing this you know being like well how could i how how do i phrase this the signal of a rousing men to the worst the chain well and assume the blessings i know healing transitions out of it on hold on hold on hold on hold on and then he's back to being dj and i'm like wait a second we can't just gloss over what you just said out are substance a rousing members the chains ullivan will have meant so much forgotten and he died two weeks later may he rest in peace and now going to that's history so that's like that's just some history fun facts i literally was just like i want fourth of july fun ass yes over the next however long it takes the banter through these we're gonna talk about only fun facts fact when two people actually signed on july second the declaration of independence john hancock and james charles be john hancock was the president of the congress and in over at charles was i think the secretary so but some departments were this somebody now yeah yeah so they they were the first people to like put pen to literal parchment and then everyone else as we discussed in our declaration of independence episode it's great partner to this this episode it really is everybody else signed on august second so literally april last month later i dunno knows who knows it's just like i mean it's like it's like when somebody emailed me and i'm like oh my god i've read emailing back you know it's like all raleigh march men they're like oh my god i'm so sorry oh your parchment parchment in this world of parchment it feels like sometimes i owe you an email i am so sorry about it or getting back there yeah oregon about another fun fact we talked about the three president's who died on the fourth of july but fun fact there was born on the fourth of july what's more patriotic being born few likable what do you think i think being born is you have no control over that okay what do you think yeah born into dying andrew houston says dying a that's crazy moore's i think dying dying all right well somebody calling break are tie yeah there were two versus to her to pull on and it's on her instagram when this episode comes out what's more patriotic being born on the fourth of july or dying on the fourth of july right now where split where you yeah and were in a c i just feel like death is so final death is a final but i feel like you have no i mean you have no control over winterbourne and so it feels like i mean unless you again you know but you're not you know right natural you're natural causes right a little bit more control over like you know a you know book actually die with their partner in their bed i know what are you gonna will years also died this is more about what i do i off the cliff but like you really have no control over when and you're born and so i feel like it's it's more it's like a premonition i dunno asthmatic i just push on like there's a whistle you can't wait till i get you know doing you know oh i haven't actually said who was born on the fourth grade right so the only president to have been born on the fourth of july was a someone we don't talk about why should we can but most of the president's you know what i mean like me who lead you know we mean calvin coolidge alleged coolidge which he was president i don't know what number he was because why would i comical edge i know he would before the great depression i do know that yeah yeah i feel like he was probably part of the reason we went into the great depression don't quote me oh no it doesn't matter because calvin coolidge doesn't matter now no offense at calvin if you're listening look if he's a grandfather where a lot of then call me and tell me what he did but he was born on the fourth of july in eighteen seventy two sweet calvin coolidge he was president's honey news president from nineteen twentythree to nineteen twenty nine right oh yeah the great depression whether you're right i mm intellectual yes yes you're saying look i look i know i do fax i do know that especially if they're fun being the prisoner right for the great depression office on but calvin coolidge you know he is he is who he is best was born on the fourth of july eighteen seventy two very exciting another fun fact on july fourth seventeen seventy eight george washington heard double for his soldiers to celebrate independence this is so cute although i celebrating you know like the two shots shots independent everybody right but like this is like seventeen seventy eight round right like like like poison unlike schumer yeah and like look none of them but were independent shows like this guy this george washington was like look we we we were fighting a war without shoes like they just they just signed it some parchment right lane buying an excuse to drink it you know why it is it is very american defiant it's david ends in y my name let's ring to it let's drink that's drink and let a fight in history that are first first president's like were drinking like shots john john shut shut shut up shut up shots shots shots shots shot shot shasha i got a yes you forget forget you berg new fun fact the philippines declared their independence from the united states by signing the treaty of manila on july fourth nineteen fortysix listen were amazing i know where amazing also amazing that the philippines where like you know what we're actually gonna take independence from independence day i think how do you like me now how do you know what i mean you know a yes but then in nineteen sixty two the day was changed to be july twelve like their celebrate tori day which chain i they have like this moment of like nationalism and they were like well we don't wanna celebrate on the same day is american celebrate independence day but it's still like they still recognize july fourth as like the air july second right right right right right july twelfth is now they're july fourth got it fine yeah it's it's great i mean i i really loved the kind of like subtle 'em the subtle f u of like i declare it on your your day you know mike right and i kind of think of like a modern example of like like i dunno getting married on somebody you don't like birthday something unfortunately we are returning the cannon i just realized when i saw the why fireworks talking about next we re riverine cannons it okay right here we go okay so why do we use fireworks well well well well well well at the first celebration of our independence day in seventeen seventy seven cert teen cannons were fired off to represent each of the thirteen colonies end that seemed great that we kept doing it lets you see something exploding here you're like oh my god like i gotta go injury you're just seeing a fire while the world is full of possibility like this injury but but i mean not like this is me making an assumption that like we shot cannons and the for so long that somebody thought with colors like how how do you know what's by works if not from cannons that's what what else is like a fire away from this time what they were what is it what i know what did they were callers what if what if you could hold in your hand again i think it who's yeah yeah what if you could make cannons had shape what if we think system sack oh my god i love i love i like why we have fireworks based off of like don't you think we shut up thirteen cannons to celebrate thirteen colonies right now we shoot off fireworks i clear eight if you're not no no actual like this you and then today americans spend around a billion dollars in fireworks across the country a billion dollar everybody needs to relax and they're all going off in my mother's neighborhood in ohio on that you insane how like in areas where you're allowed to shoot off fireworks that people literally shoot them up in the backyard where the trees people having barbecues and i'm like i can't hear people around me let the city's fireworks are happening next in my house yeah i have a you've written down here and i'm gonna say this even though i gave it a fun personal fact for me some one in a fee for me in brooklyn how she thinks i'm like why you're like a daily occurrence ends there were literally one night like maybe a month ago where i came home this is gonna shock everyone super drunk and i got in bed and i there's a window but like you know they have the and then i saw like it was like a five minute fireworks show and through like so dry oh my god there's literally somebody in my neighborhood in brooklyn who shoots a fireworks all the time and i'm kind of glad that art in higher retreating upstate yet from fourth of july but i'm kinda glad because i feel like i'm gonna leave see our full line but you know people just like shooting in in new york i is a bad idea no thank you can shoot off fireworks people do yeah 'cause where i've literally pass i mean you're in the banana down it's just like they're doing it in the streets and i'm like my like i could touch it spiring over and we have a single tree on are blocked me do we have trees yeah yeah people people why filled with higher works people do you know what let i wanna take a brief moment to talk about fireworks safety guys i i i love fireworks much as the next guy outlook trust me i think if you wanna shoot off fireworks this fourth of july shoot off fireworks but smart only doing do you know about it like they're still too close to it if you're super drunk don't shoot off fireworks be safe people people urge to be that person who have either don't be that person who who you're not darter then fire you are smarter then fired yes they will hurt you they will hurt your and they are dangerous only watch out for them like it's great for kids but like you then you know like like give stuff these fireworks have the best time don't drink environment okay am i got now okay this is what i've got okay okay this i'm so excited so we have a broad fun fact and they're gonna they're gonna go micro first americans consume roughly one hundred and fifty million hotdogs on the fourth of july million of those were just us and a million literally i love a good hotdog don't get me wrong my favorite event of the national calendar is be nathan's hot dog eating contest that happens at coney island it is eight televised event i had no idea this existed in general you know it's so exciting i watch it every year and i'm gonna tell you some fun facts about even god does cause i love it so you're just not do isn't american hero has won the contest times why times this man has won this contest eleven eleven years he holds the male recordsetting twenty eighteen so last year eating seventy four hotdogs in ten minutes seven four hotdogs in ten ten minutes that's insane it's insane you literally you watch it and they they so they have like plays a hotdog you have like two big cups of water and apparently the like the the tactic is you take it you jumped the gun in the water and you're like if you eat the cleaners first and then you stumped the london there and then you just keep doing it and then you you drink and you kind of you know there's a lot of jumping in 'cause you shake it down you're body it's amazing seventy four hotdogs in ten minutes that is he that izzy recor so they're taking the hotdog out of the button yes you don't need them together but that's not great that's what makes it so good that you get like a grill hot darden they're not enough for pleasure it's a contest they're not like they're shopping hotdog into their body and like for their she get down there body this i love the shimmy moody down this off i'm gonna i'm gonna put my idea of this guy does on her instagram okay here's what we're gonna do state you're gonna video me watching the okay yes yes okay okay guys guys it's gonna be great guys keep out keep a lookout for a living artisans watch party of be a coney island a hotdog eating contest so yeah joey chestnut i assume he'll be there this year i would love to meet up i love i love his work begins at eleven time eleven times and it's been seventy range fern almost all eleven times this man is even so many hotdogs in ten minutes stone or at least eleven years but i wonder like how do they do they go hungry because that's the soviets he suffered three to four days prior to the contest who you are where you're gonna have a wreck they're gonna eggs i gotta i gotta go with i know you're gonna you're gonna empty out completely totally get this thinking wow he's i mean talk about a true patriot that the more marietta to hey die on the fourth of july be be born in for july or see eat seventy four hotdogs in ten minutes w seventy four hotdogs in ten minutes so that that's that's the male that's the guy al roker okay there's also a female contest because white men and women can't okay but no the woman who holds the record for the females is sonia thomas she has eaten forty five hotdogs in ten minutes this then i think two thousand twelve when i this they they actual legend 'cause she also holds the record for the most tater tots stirrers antar doc in what stir doctor looked it up it is they chicken stuffing stuffed rutgers leading the most turn ducking turned up multiple dock and i i didn't do it just to turn documents that is experts say look so she did yeah that's so much protein i know but yeah he turned up an hotdogs this and then okay wow she okay more owners though i know she is ninety pounds was i know this on i swear to god this is on the nathan's hot dog like coney island like official website this is this is like the the the constitution center dot org this is legit i like this is that it i trust with my life she has ninety eight pounds nine and she's eating forty five hotdogs in ten minutes i glass of water and i'm like oh my god and then her nicknames 'cause they have nicknames her nicknames are the black widow would you like how very you know whatever never ending in the horsemen of the guests or how oh my god i wanna meet this woman just for the name alone legend legend the four horsemen of the opposite of his own yes yeah i had softer whoever gave her that if she very good title very good very good title she heroes joey chestnut and sonia thomas we salute you hear it let's get let's get some of that paused with the actual yes wow i can't there's no possible wagon top that but we're gonna talk about americans on you don't do that like there's no possible americans are so we have a few like american song yeah but i just put i just feel like to like to have some fun facts about two of them there's a lot of american socks so many so many were good we were gonna get rid with john rivers so the star spangled banner did not become our national anthem until nineteen thirtyone humped longtime longtime although national disgrace and a villain of the show woodrow wilson declared in nineteen sixty that the song be played all official events you could see that pointers may earlier where like my opinion bleeds into the notes national disgrace we will send the glare zombie bladed all vigilant you know he is national disgrace that shows like if you love the song love this song come again put her on repeat on this one of my playlist god bless america that is not the star spangled banner minor okay i like i mean there's you know the union i just like that's that's a great on amazon it's i don't like about that song okay now i just wanna sing the second song okay do you wanna say you're ready yankee doodle went through town riding on a pony suck a father had called macaroni yankee doodle when did you down you're gonna get it also yes it's how it's catchy arbiters again is holding her face because she's i she cannot believe that we committed to that they're a touch of harmony in there to which was pretty well i'm i'm keeping it please do my mother will be so happy girls that she says the board of earnings from japan yankee doodle the reason we think is on it is believed that the song actually originated from the british who used it as an insult song insinuating that americans were backwards in unintelligent yeah wow it's like oh i wanna know what i'm gonna make a really yeah yeah yeah it's like we were like improve them right because we claim it is a patriotic reclaiming of the moment they americans hurting their like it's great that you would weaken to a three part harmony now but yeah they they don't i don't know if they have like an actual person that they can link trace back who actually wrote it but they do believe that originated by the british i love that love that was my lizzy fun in fact about songs you know this this song proud to be an american by league regretted got to be in america where at least i know i'm free 'em i have seen him in concert you see him in concert anything that song and it was moving but i have i have seen him in concert he played the song it's in this market is so that's backed extremely greenwood great we're gonna gonna closes out on my girl the liberty bell as 'cause there's some funds on facts about the liberty bell she lives in philly so there's this legend the liberty bell what's wrong undulate eight seventy seventy six to announce that the declaration of independence is about three red publicly right however historians are like the bell house was like decrepit there's no way that's gonna possibly happen really yeah yeah so it's like very much associated with the declaration of independence and independence say but people were like action on issues like the bell house wouldn't have been able to hold the bell brian yeah yeah crazy right up on shit like that i know i know but if we have a liberty worthy of a declaration of independence ends potato demand they go together you know like they do on the liberty bell there is a disagreement about when the crack actually occurred but it was determined unreasonable a bowl for washington's birthday in eighteen forty six i dunno i should have put down when the bell has made but if you have a long life like who made this bell right like not be that person who's like are you good at making those are good at making bell you may want to crack it like six bit crack yeah right why can't you ring a bell it's cracked auto know oh i think they just wanna damaging further oh so i guess all right okay i mean i also send it sounds different maybe like a as opposed to it right you're not gonna join you and you're gonna join you on imitating the liberty bell the grand prix crack crack oh yeah i imagine it's to prevent further damage that that's like we can't have a liberty bell like split in half downgrade crazy no and then this is like my at my favorite's on night about the liberty bell is every year on the fourth of july the liberty bell if caps thirteen times might just be original owners of the declaration of independence it's just like probably like other officials but like they can't ringgit so they they fucking out the liberty bell that's so funny i know can you imagine like when they play nice to hear what do you do for but they may ten till noon do they all tap it thirteen times in this little run from yes history dot org wow i think i think it's thirteen times i don't think i don't think it's thirteen people giving one i mean one top is just like what you're just touch touch once it attached to the tap like it's attempted that well yeah that's so funny i know they're two times attempted so weird we are soldiers are were so bizarre we feel like we don't have a lot of like because worry young country in the grand scheme of things right like we don't have a lot of traditions and the ones we have solidified her like eating seventy four hotdogs in ten minutes like very important it out of our country that my health mental health whatever but yeah it's like in comparison to other countries who held like like deep roots in their heritage and their cultures like we don't really have that yeah but like we do have weird quirks right quirky were very quirky not to be confused with quakers which we were originally agreed were quick work of course quirky quicker but that is are that's all the fourth of july fun fact episode so excited happy birthday america has a birthday present to you you guys were dropping any mini episode see it's gonna be a final are first of many presidential cabinet update oregon refresher on who the new cabinet positions are them how long they've been there as america like an empty cap net so oregon oregon a date and we're gonna open up that cabinet cabinet and take a look at what's inside so stay tuned for that we obviously love you so so much if you like what you heard you could find us on twitter and instagram outlet skiff typical greatest view you could yes we will see what from from from from it's six oh six a i'm on an arm rags and we play roller derby together yeah 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"How they my name's dave you're drunk and this is talking politics one of the most difficult political questions who is trying to understand money what it is what it means when it gets it's extraordinary power here's another question what is money mean minutes issued by facebook talking politics is brought to you in partnership with the london review of books politics speeds up slowed down with a subscription to the yellow be what brexit i'm trump or any parts of the picture that includes while everything else reid relevant pieces and subscribe at a special rate at and i'll be don't cause the uk forward slash two we've got some people here you're gonna help us help me understand this this is hard i think we'll find out because there's so much going on here ellen thompson says he understands about money i i'm talking about many great first news hey who's the director of the center the government's and human rights which among other things system looks studying block chain technology which is what lies behind this oh you happy without we haven't done a lot of staying in finding technology now joe knows there's no rightfully observing john rights we have a newspaper and you have definitely written a lot about facebook and facebook's currency including last week unless something's changed yes and the thing is i have no money haley audio of crack team to tackle they said the way we're gonna do this is we're gonna start and i should win you before we start by the way the building was gang only living cambridge meantime there's always a building out somewhere that you just had something dropping in the background maybe we must stop by just discussing what facebook says it's doing its put out some statements in very face but talk about this and about how it's gonna transform the world that metron look at what we think that ready doing or what might the motivation be the business model be and then we got on some of these more complicated questions which is how does this thing this currency which is cool libra competitor other crypto currencies other forms of money money itself is this really money and then who knows where we go from the joan so he knew what what is the pitch house price book told us what they're doing i think one of eight understanding this is to remember that if facebook where country it would have a safe and united nations has more more subject rather than says than any other country on earth to point the real busy through performer and i think it's helpful to look at this by imagining facebook's thinking of itself as a state and essentially what you're saying is the safest wouldn't it be a good thing if there were a global currency and if the white paper that they issued in order to announce hold office says simply i'm breathing for but now labor's mission is to enable is simple global currency and financial infrastructure that empowers billions of people this document that are plans for a new decentralized obtain low volatility crypto currency and smart contract from together aimed to create a new opportunity for responsible financial services innovation paved so normally government says she white papers states stood any race and here's a large company saying you know what it would be good for the world habit global currency has since the rest of the world is to incompetent organize it we'll do so just the unpack some of the things going on in that part of the pitch is that this this will be genuinely global book as we face book when quite label yet but where's crisis and the thing on this planet part of the pitches the classic crypto currency pitch low volatility and then underlying it i think is this option the selling southern port will be convenience but actually it's it's gonna be noticed low volatility but very low friction forever so i wanna add in that i think part of the selling point in this is really visible in the beginning of the white paper but also in this very snazzy video video that you could find on the on the leave a website is that this global currency can bring it on bank banking hey and be make it a lot easier for people who send remittances abroad their family other countries to do that a cheaper lot faster so that's part of the convenience friction lewis yeah and it's a big part of the pitch i think and i have a lot of things to say that that i can't wait until later that's but when we will talk about what we releasing rather yes how what is it when you saw her denouncement what were they what do you what one thing i think they all think that doing anyway is trying to do something that is different let existing crypto currencies bitcoins instance she is very volatile its values rival the title of that to say that if we have this currency that we have these other partners in the consumer team and whatever the cooling it and we tie all currency labor to a basket of currencies said the double of the year in sterling excetera it will avoid those problems that bitcoin has so how's the kind of like let's take the decentralized idea that comes with a crypto currency but it's not take currency in the white which we've understood what crypto currencies are so far because he's not linked to existing currency and just one more thing part of what that setting in their own terms because thing which libra from kelly bryant so leave raise the currency kelly bryant is the wallet that facebook you're gonna offer to a lot of people the whole discount and see libra facebook is just one among many in this consortium of whatever it is a little bit more about that in a second i say would say the thing about the wall is yeah we are the wallet anyone could build the wall it i mean we just in a competitive virtual bullet marketplace and they all just say well lucky old us but we never face but actually when they built it network affects mean you're gonna have one right so that part of it they will control yes the trouble is the term wallet is misleading it suggests something in which you can hold your money that's the way it works and crypto currencies wallets holes fate cryptographic case which establish your ownership of things that are in the top ten but you can't use among the moment you have to have a well let's in order to in order to operate facebook's while it will be available instantaneously to two point four billion people and you think one of the chapters of somebody coming up but that does that for example if possible for somebody to make and you kind of social network you can make any kind of photo sharing stuff and the rest of it brings you say look if someone comes up with a better search engine fine print business good luck whether it be the same thing i think they could be capitol instantaneous because it's go out for this considerable capacity for this role i mean did you say that there's some possibility the iran very considerable fast just go wrong so i mean nicer lawyers say this is a huge rich professionals concern because at the moment no wait at least signs that you know the way the face but works it kind of the software makes mistakes and he's ready gonna notice but you make mistakes if people's spending capacity they all end tonight is someone might build a better world yeah i don't pretend to understand anything do suffer even less when i understand about money but it just seems that this is a different kind of risk in terms of what they do in illogical terms and facebook's ever taken before and then there's the question of facebook's relationship with other partners bucking the county's house not meant to work so there's an association the labor association which they aimed have a hundred partners andy these partners the ones that are for profit after paying ten million dollars an there are also nonprofit numbers but right now there's only about twenty three of twenty four members you would recognize some of the names so for example big financial companies like mastercard there's tech companies like uber sort of ones in the middle of pay pal and there's also a you know these these few nonprofits like kiva and mercy corps i think what we have to remember though is right now and presumably when it grows the full size the membership of this association which is a nonprofit association is dominated by for profit institutions that do have the prophet mentality and the other thing we have to remember is that right now as set out out in the white paper there's a certain way this is gonna work however dissociation wisey agreement of two thirds of the membership is allowed to change any of that so this is just the beginning i think we have a lot of changes coming as this thing unfolds on to focus more appropriate size the minimum profits are made fan when facebook makes his pitch she'd never mentions profit it's always mentioned the public service the suffering and there are genuine potential huge potential benefits for users from this including not just the convenience but actually predictive of people in parts of the world really hard to use banking services just bypass that but there must be a profit motive in here on facebook have not said what the business model is in terms of money making and people speculating about what it might be that is one notorious way in which crypto currency might make his money which is offering a service to people he can't he's conventional money because they're crooks but if that's facebook's business model they're telling us but there are other ways i could make money out of this story will be charitable the first thing is there is a serious problem inequity across the world of some of this area for example if society which has a lot of damage diaspora say in the west there any good money they want to send it back home where it's really useful and important but when they do that they suffer from reality grotesque kind of rent sticking by they organization the finished organizations that transferring money from a desperate back to the countries where it's it's a headache i just i was really struck by this is thinking about libra watching the cricket world cup you watch england play india any ads off for money transfer services for indians working in this country once you transfer money back to self confident i just thought labor could just come in and clean up here because it's just look i mean these ads you could see what's going on but that would be i think in general good to reject because they could just offer yes and the points about doing it electronically using something like kind of lofton envisage is that you can do it with much lower construction coast in that sense their ideas attractive it's a bit like facebook's original pitch which was we're gonna connect everybody in the world is not a good thing and that worked out really well done well they're saying well we're gonna give all those people in the world who don't have access to the things we had access to a we're gonna give it to like paper over everybody and you could see that's quite attractive proposition is a challenge to the existing infrastructure or financial thought because the other soldiers the way they're gonna make money out of this is the way they always make money which is just accumulating more mode data more information about people people that that transactions and because facebook has this extraordinary monopoly on the whole range of human behaviors and monetize ing information about it this will just adds to that capacity again they've gone out of their way to say this information will not be used so it'll be connected to the face but services there'll be very careful about the plug it into the advertising models and yet and yet we believe them let's go back to that population yeah i would say that they will say the money if it was successful to made out of blending kurt because once you go basically people who have essentially public sin conventional money terms in labor then you could stop lending it to other people who want not money and charging transport in that sense it's very like tape out because papers very convenient to use for those of us who have access to it but after a while when you use typo you find you start getting off at credit it'll be say you most starting but they couldn't take the reserves being used the buttons currency and linda right no no i don't think well i don't know a minimal like dying i don't know about that because i think they've got a bit of a i think they would struggle with that because i understand it so similar then basically they take some money out of labor wants conventional consumer hockey game than the labor has come out of circulation festively said 'cause they won't every unit leap to be backed by actual financial assets so that scene necessarily lends itself to easy lending what i think would be mole they chose the pulitzer essentially if you building up you know your counting neighbor say people using it sufficiently she got a reasonable amount of money in that the equivalent of having a binding then will be let other people is no like bank where they get up relatively small reserves and then use the rest to undermine which i've seen the last but it's kind of a bit like a currency pulled in that aspect of it i don't think is well suited to lending one question i had is if which libra facebook itself could be lending so not backed by the league but but facebook itself with his own money could be making loans and that could be a way for facebook to make money is that a possibility but the as it was the wallet could have a click here if you would like to board a bit more yeah and then you go after facebook's lawn service not to lieber and they offer these amazing compressor larry nassar i'm pretty sure why in the world and you could escape being subject to someone's regulatory authority but the thing about the wallets said i cannot imagine a situation in which regulators will enough wants to implement on each while it the kinds of requirements they have for conventional financial operations for example they gave the you know your customer you know you're client that if you want to operate while it's legitimately and in particular jurisdiction then you'd have to satisfy they money laundering requirements of that jurisdiction in we don't know because it's very short on details at the moment but my hunch is that the wallace is going to be the punch of focus for control at least some of the regulatory system which is why it's really important even though they don't trust anything except cryptographic case and there is a basic tension there which is they appeal not just the best of other crypto currencies is they will bite poss the clogging up the money system by excessive regulation and so on and yet when we think about if it were ready to take off because they haven't yet if it was released takeoff is the means people used to transact across the board across the world that would be more regulation than that but when they have it both ways come any kind of very that's the big question because this is a very bold proposal it's unprecedented and it's put together by an organization was very substantial resources and when you look at the work that's already been done by the labor crowd on the block channels things quite impressive and doesn't fit into any regulatory capacity release at the moment so they only way of addressing it would be for as it were the rest of the world get his act together and have a view about it but we we know that's not likely to happen but certainly the rest of the world range way in which this thing could slip through but do you as house of representatives is it already between the last twenty four hours basically set or members of it anyway sent elected by city testifies to this just so i don't think they the sights of the political authority or regulatory authority in central parts of some of the fbi and say okay this could happen but i do think there is a defense industry specific could face booking talking the language least wanting to cooperate with the regulators say no we're not doing this for you because we've talked so told us out and that is a very different picture the bitcoin which is called a very strong libertarian engine political agenda around the so pointed to completely bypass states if you're talking the language of corporation which states or at least with central banks and regulations what that means in practice courses is another matter they should be said the central find to say i wasn't interested in digital currency it's not like they go no interest in think about these things and then how does it compare with micro credit because that's another public good innocence and they're all some comparisons i think between the approaches these two things just posted river seaver yeah when i started thinking about how this might you know the speculation around the different business models around this in the white paper does talk about how be interest from the reserves are gonna be paid back and dividends through the original association members so that sort of one way of funding the system but surely this is just the starting point and so if there were to be a loan product layered on top that's when it starts looking a bit like micro credit and the reason is this so the way that micro credit works is that it's alone can go to people who traditionally were kind of on banked or in parts of the world with such small projects they know collateral they couldn't get alone micro credit allows them to essentially used used their social capital as collateral so they could say you know like i don't have a house to put against this loan however i promised my village will pay back i can't pay back and the way that it is designed to work is that the threat of social exclusion if you make all of you really really angry with you could you default fault is enough to keep people in line i've always been creeped out by that because i think you're social capital is actually should always be separate from you're economic capital because it is actually a safety net right so how one institution that can have elaborate both w social capital economic capital is wrong and when you look at what facebook is doing if it starts doing personal loans basically it has leverage over you're economic capital but also you're social capital 'cause we don't know in the future how these to kind of sites are going to enter play like what if you suddenly have something on your feet it says this person has not paid back their loans like shame them into it i mean that that's a bit extreme but it's the same kind of situation where ashley i think these two things should be maintained quite separately for reasons of sort of safety particularly the number of his name so i said well if that's the capital so let's come back to that question john you could we should defoe which is all you reassured i'm guessing you know by what they said about the separation the lines of separation between the different parts of the business we know how face but makes funny it's cool surveillance capitalism now they say they won't pay money money money is this money you're gonna be immune from the practices of surveillance capitalism i think notes but that doesn't mean that you we won't get these assurances is at the beginning on facebook has form but all of these corporations have form in that sense for example when they spoke about what's that one of the guarantees was that they say accumulates by whatsapp would not be available to facebook's well guess what that didn't hold the chinese well between what's happening face but didn't hold the chinese will retain instagram and facebook didn't hold these things don't work because there's a corporation which kind of forward to renege on the commitment if it suits and so we have another commitment which is said sure we'll have all people the users of facebook well if we will have access to to their financial information okay but but on the other hand perish the thought that we would think that with what we know about the facebook's we're expected to believe this not only that but it seems to me that surveillance capitalism already built into the kleber wallets i read somewhere that that you know facebook would then have access to information about who you transact west and saying that that's harmless it's a bit like saying meditate as harmless and we know all this from going through all of that sort of snoopers charter 'em kerfuffle recently is that met a data is really valuable meditated tells you a lot so they're already be collecting that fermented at the mothers who walks the mets the yankees we don't know what you said but we know you talks x and y and then this guy says we don't know what money changed hands but we know something changed between you and you do you have any financial relationship that's what it is but we know it exists i think this is the domestic political impediments to the whole thing because face simply does not have sufficient trust and credibility to make these kind of promises and that is why it's already kind of political reaction housing me in usa will be one of the things you say john for a company didn't have facebook's form about making promises to keep to be doing this is quite another when you're talking about the project is sit face to be saying these things i think the reaction is really telling 'cause it's it's making me think of and the kind of social to media revolution so twitter revolution to the arab spring at cetera where essentially where it's like you were saying john kind of already having these promises from these social media companies which is that their technology was gonna bring around democracy in actually the press coverage at that time and the governmental mental reaction with very very positive and in fact they were you know sort of steps taken to support these social media companies in that kind of work and then of course we've seen since then exactly how much of a kind of veneer of sort of false promises and and solution solution isn't that was and all the problems with these social media companies and said this time around we get the same kind of grand promises but immediate reaction in the public sphere is one of skepticism disbelief anger distress so i think we're in a very different politically terrain then we were at the beginning of this decade with these social media revolutions or or which is another way which is surveillance capitalism as we have it at the moment especially what happens is the people's behavior is monitored in order to enable predictions about what they might be willing to buy that's one bit of it but in this kind of capitalism with with what you actually know how much money they have on their free among other things you then know what they might be prepared to pay and can you imagine the temptation then to link those two together yes and layer on top of that is similar deepen the white paper amc commitment to developing technology for a kind of globally recognized identity system so you connect that to these financial transactions and you know you're not just dealing west eight kind of avatar someone vaccine that someone could you had the identity talking politics is brought to you in partnership with the london review of books one way this could work i'm thinking of helen's point the wiser now so if we don't stop it before it gets off the ground it could very quickly become indispensable to many people i mean one of the ways that facebook's uprights is they make the promises that they could build a network and when the network is sufficiently lodge on embedded in people's arrives then it's much much much harder for regulate tree in political authorities the pushback so no question this could be still now that would be the means to make it impossible for face but because of the ground but giving it will have enormous benefit so many many people and it will be incredibly convenient one could imagine it becoming quite quickly ubiquitous in many parts of the world if we don't stop it now if he doesn't get store now actually it will be very very hot stove it i the point where the promises of being broken so it's almost like we have to stop it before the promises would be broken because if we wait to test whether the promises will be broken it will be to light but i'm not an argument will then having analogy lists the climate change strange thing which is western countries was to deprive us of the economic development they have benefited from and simply because it's inconvenient or it's dangerous for them all over the world is perhaps the symmetry there and that kind of we wanna stop for people in in other countries having the kind of easy access to digital money the we have through pay pal all of those things is simply because we are concerned about damage to her interest so why might resistance come from so it might come from united states congress that real anxiety about this in china and there is another modal here and again when you reid about facebook's things is doing and what was the impetus of facebook's no question one part of its we chat they they ubiquitous chinese transaction so this one historical a timeout people together china and they come back and they say i tried something cash at the top of a mountain in the middle of nowhere and they wouldn't take cash they were there any take my phone and the the we scott service and the way that has really taken over almost all forms of financial transaction in china but then presumably leaper as a threat to we shot hoped and she reaches a threat to libra these rival systems oil suggests ones inspiration fifty other i mean we know the facebook has been thinking about crypto currency for quite a long time my hunch is that facebook executives go to china as well and they had noticed the fact that they use social media companies have basically created the kind of money the just work no it's not a crypto currency is i mean which which is just a way to transact in conventional currency incredibly conveniently to the point of this election now you contract with the cash it's like apple pay right but but the the point is that's in china that you don't need protection so you're you don't need a block chain because you're in charge of it well even facebook must realize that that wouldn't work in the west wichita in charge of brutal just couldn't have the country the episode in charge of it couldn't do it we chat does have to something else well it does something else by creating the labor association in other words kind of distance itself from it it it it has a thing that we only one basically this one hundred strong group and and so on so forth it's detoxifying the lack of trust fund the model just to be clear it works because of the very tight relationship between social media companies in china and the chinese state the pitch of this one is as we go crypto currencies it will work because it will not be subject to those kinds of state interference which over time actually make money such such a problem i think i think it's better to think of it as digital currency maybe then there's a crypto currency you can't quite make the comparison we went facebook's daughter space but when it started in clinton's network is doing something that didn't exist because he did exist on digital currencies sees all being thought about by other players other than facebook's including lease central banks who know more about currency some money and face booking it's trust consulting whatever does on the central banks hop got their own interest four play in providing a competitor did you to come in and say to save face up to seven devices about this in a way which they were when they collected the sexual methods and how much difference it makes it the thing with facebook has short jumpstarted no one else has his two point four billion people in network so anyone who tries to stop this is go to confront the fact these volunteers of facebook's thoughts from a case competing in the landscape weather all genuine rivals his building this out of nothing but there are no rivals owners screw and i think you don't wanna be real selling points here i mean i mean thinking of consumer it's like what i used this in what's that you know just send money doesn't one one of the things that we would you well this is this is what this is i'm getting you one of the promises around efficiency it's so much easier probably just hit a button send it over libra you know my friend than it is to leave what's that gonna pay pal find her idea blah blah blah i think this you know in the grand tradition of these tech projects which a promising officiency inefficiency of so tempting it's so persuasive and seductive the knicks are ever complicating life easier but we tend to to overlook the things we lose when we kind of worship at alter efficiency so we may also yeah but i don't want facebook to have my transactional data but you know it's harmless in this case and it's so fast i'm gonna do it and i think that is one of these questions around this thing of the two point four billion customers is they're gonna all probably making and everyone knows about surveillance capitalism now probably efficiency thing will still be highly persuasive and with officiency becomes dependency i mean the thought but actually this is how you try to shame efficiency it's possible that she doesn't believe i i say i pretend to understand china or anything like that but it it's a huge asked to make this kind of thing work that's why the chinese system works so well because they don't need a block chain you need a block chain was the trust issue and the trouble with buck changes the intrinsic inefficient so at the delivery level the block chain is unnecessary inefficiency but it never less is probably the case that at the consumer and as as we were saying this could be a quick did do something that previously took twenty clicks and what we know from from this technology for safety is is that convenience appears did jump everything how much go wrong and again there's been quite a lot of speculation about the ways in which this when work on some of it does cut across this question but is it really a crypto currency or is it something else i some people the reason they went work is actually because it's tied to real currencies that relationship will break down one way or the other i mean something go wrong with the real currencies which would undermine the appeal of liberal something to go wrong with libra and that would cause real problems for the currency so that relationship is i wish the whole point of bitcoin whatever is that okay super volatile when being exchanged for real currencies on the market but it is no you know if the dollar fails that's a big problem libra it's not a big from the bitcoin in theory at least i mean from practice it's a problem for everyone if the deal the files i'm looking at how the and she's not looking happy the defense what you mean by the door failing i mean that's why they wanna basket of currencies because they don't want it tied say the dollar ceases to be the world's global reserve currency and there's a real massive breakdown in the relationship between american that in chinese credit so libra is not gonna be immune from the i'm not saying bitcoin will be immune from either bitcoins pitches it operates in some cetera magical universe where this extremely inefficient mining is untouchable by all of the year fiddling around the politicians and bankers and everyone else with this count the pitch is it's the ultimate page which is gonna it's gonna get trust from the fact that it's tight yes but just imagine for a moment the thing we just take off and becomes a big deal what happens then is that there's a lot of labor around which means the huge basket of currencies on financial instruments held by the labor associations it could be the biggest oppressor in the global bond market freaks out but without a cause you need states to be willing to issue that in labor unorthodox be the case no but that but for example they sociation could keep some of its reserves and use government bumped it doesn't just have to hold currencies hold other financial statements it's about supposedly supposedly it gets really big and then supposing one day something happens and there's a panic about labor and people come back say i want my money back as well here's my here might be but i can i please have the donors back and that happens on a global scale and it gets out of control there's a run on the reserve as it were then went up to who builds up that well i dunno i think that's why you get round not whether they're setting up by basically saying is is that they will only be libra not is backed by actual financial assets but i created what happens then when you go things being done with these financial officers that is a is a hold of the question but i think it's all about what might be out but for example if you think of it in in terms of the kind of punishment students we know the moment they have and the situation station which has a lot of solid acids but some of them are illiquid for example they're hard to get rid of it quickly and we've seen that investment trusts things so it's working have this event where there's some panic and then everybody wants to exchange deliberate for a coach real currency and they they holder of the basket has the sudden they've kind of confederate their assets into the cash that needs to go back till april holders and it's not easy to immediately out quickly or whatever then what happens this is predicated on the assumption that this thing would work can be successful and therefore be on a global scale so do we get to the point actually where facebook controls something which is to use the face too big to fail and in those circumstances who would be a smart smith a dead end up in missouri another scenario i'm just this is all we need him to i think it's china off loads american government bonds and the libra association steps into by 'cause it's it's this powerful it says big play as as the biggest states and the world potentially ole miss you miss wet does become ubiquitous it becomes this kind of the full could just start accumulating the power the associated with states to the saudis i think that she seems that this could get to that point without that being a host of other developments prior to that no lease central banks saying you can't do these things because those sentencings once any financial corporation of any kind stop doing that they have to fall under some legal regulation on that will put limits on the kinds of things but facebook and do with this unless they work corporated relationships with the regulations on i would say the central banks as well and this is why do you think they're gonna run into the issue of the central banks have their own interest in digital to cohen says they've been doing their own work on it and i can't see that just gonna leave face spoke spoke to be the dominant player in this area but i'm sure that's right but my puzzle simply is actually how the central banks gonna get their act together as a singer roles i mean if it's a swiss central bank bank said that she's going to be the regulation in this context 'cause reposition space i i see the points in principle that central banks can do this and the regulations can do that the question is can they do it in a way the copes with the global scope this can they do that in time when i did well the answer to that is but i think that it is important to see that the premise legal question then is it can get to global scott before any of these regular three questions come into play and that's where i'm where i'm skeptical guys that chicken and egg thing like you stop it if you stop it before it starts quite easily and we promote it probably will get lots of berries in the way but there is a point with all of these things where the network effects really take off it becomes much much i mean then we're in uncharted territory we don't actually know and we discovered that would be original facebook's you got about ten years you'd think well states and regulation other people will you know before this thing gets out of hand like they will really get a grip on it they didn't i'm gonna have another comb but the the thing here i think there's different it is a face which gave me with the social network i don't think the state's engage with states profoundly engage with money and the you know one way of thinking about money is in relation to states and that it makes mommy mommy and the money's purpose in some sense becomes a there is a means by which you could pay you exercise woman historical way of thinking about what money as as i said there's all kinds of money that i think we should go down that rabbit hole in his obviously arguments it's against that as well but when you were talking about apply at that is not stay engaging in something that is fundamental to stay stay ready different question and will face full of us out of this which is one unspoken parts of the pitch could potentially be in many parts of the world it's not just the people find it hard to make transactions states find ridi helped collect taxes is could this be part of the pitch to states have is gonna make it safer indian state that is a huge problem into a beautifully parks move so i guess i'm that's an interesting thought i'm gonna sidestepped the question though just thinking about what helen was talking about the difference between a state eight making money end of private corporation making money i think the question there is one about accountability to the citizens right and so in a democracy you know you're state makes monetary policy and does it somewhat independently 'cause it's an area of expertise but at the same time is beholden to the citizenry citizenry in terms of that decision making and what really troubles me here as if this takes off like were talking speculating about there is no accountability system whatsoever in place because it's a private corporations in association so it's pure regulation rosen accountability in that sense i mean the kind of politically constantly until we are turkey rely on when people don't think they're comfortable to us regulators to regulate this yeah it's not like where we still cool democracy itself doesn't have incentive to regulate itself like estate dies because it doesn't have that relationship with people like state does when when the news first broke about this plan ugly britain's respite my first thought so it was this is the first case in human history where we have an organization that is not thinking of itself has staked so this thing represents i think the first instance of corporations behaving as if it were states with global power that's why you said you may be absolutely right the states will see this in the same way this is a challenge to us that we've never had from a corporation before well east india company nothing which is a bit statements highschool dislike stay because they did the other thing that states to like i said states have money states make money money might states states may will make states facebook is not yet i mean that's the next stage it's kind of globally cynicism police for whatever but we know that yet coercion is the key thing in the states relationship to money its ability to force people to pay the taxes that's not present habit was present with east india company i think i think we we got in mind is is that the whole question of currencies on the use of currency things in austin use of currencies has already quite a shock geopolitical question because we have a situation in which the dollar is dominant currency in the world another pretty problematic from the chinese and the russians point of view in some other countries in well including you have some people in the european union who are who are saying things that are quite on television saying we have a problem the world's reserve currency being adult is to problematic in you have an american position at oversee for the most part because it does come with complications avenue will reserve currency wants to protect the united states positions i think if you look at the state level of this question of alternative digital currencies could be quite thought about outside the question of the future of the dollars they see international reserve currency before we even get into the front and is effectively that another system going around the euro dollar system which is the one the final she's between cells another chicken and egg version of this there is a critique of this person looks out that journalists and others say one of the new york times where they also ended by century saying any company this big enough to issue is currency is too big for for other reasons it needs to be broken up but you could say any company this genuinely big enough issues and currency is already too big to be easily broken up that sweet spot between if they genuinely do this the thing they say they were ready trouble in that respect if they can't do it well they can't do it and what am i trying to you know we came round that cycle which is we will discover whether facebook and do this or not by whether they can do and that sounds obvious but i will be the test regular travail seriously gonna try this isn't just a stunt it's not so well clicks both from i did have a question about if it was a stunt which is which is that facebook's in a lot of hot water huge amount of hot water around you know russian manipulation around be live streaming of horrible events around cambridge analytica and surveillance capitalism and so one of my question is what's interesting is i gigantic huge splashy project is now in all the media which is something completely different from their kind of core business model is a complete distractions so it's convenient and the other sense of the word convenient yes that's exactly what i think i don't think that means they're not gonna do it i just think that they are benefiting from the fact that were all kind of you know try get a heads it's not actually remembering all that terrible stuff they're doing and we know that facebook is thinking about a revamp you know mark zuckerberg came out and said we're gonna move from the public square model to a private living remodel and maybe they're using this distraction is weighted figure that out so could be they do this for two years then they don't do it and then 'cause it was too hot in those two years they pulled himself priceless time doesn't know conspiratorial way of thinking about that what's in this facebook well first of all you have this association of a hundred people in hounded elevations and they take ten ten minutes okay that's just just like that split second bit of it is seventy five percent facebook's users are in north america and europe the rest are already in asia and in what we call the rest of the world the amount of money in terms of average revenue per user that facebook can squeeze out of the seventy five percent is definitely reducing so in order to have growth it has to find some way of extracting more revenue from those in asia and and rest of the world but suddenly enough fighting banking services to these nice people might not be such a bad idea that's what what else is well remember the date transactions are almost friction lewis the key ways almost they're not completely fictional is this a commission for each one it's more efficient and so on but nevertheless it and you you start thinking about some by new commission on hundred billion transactions and you suddenly have any revenue stream you get that from the boats then the see the permanent how do you address the threat from the chinese companies well this may be a benefit to and finally if you're in facebook's you could think of this is a way to really entrench her power and make us on but triple layer a few more things onto that one is that by keeping you on platform through the wallet to make payments you get more eyeballs time which means more people to sell to advertisers number one number two there is this kind of strange question if i don't know if you've heard of belfast coin but it is a coin developed in belfast as a way to get people to spend local it's a crypto currency i think but also you get paid by the city for being a good citizen so recycling or shopping local at cetera you get financial rewards so my question has been is they're gonna be a point when suddenly that starts happening in the face the platform which is ashley monetization of labor the were already doing some sense asking you to do certain things be on mine for certain amount of time if you get paid for the facts you more fair system the right now when we're doing that labor free then i had this you know question which is sort of you know is it possible that this this new system will actually help facebook isn't me thinking optimistically move away from the surveillance capitalism model which is so problematic because actually it's it's making money through financial transactions subsidize the social network so in that sense it could buy up a couple of beers actually since not just a stunt genuinely does want to shift in mind yeah they keep it cuts in my parents had anything about the night so they could at least six it's the scales then also lieber as they original what the pound into the lsd palestinians in penn seattle which becomes a pound science lieber but to me the widely praised don't delete lows noble libra his great novel about lee harvey world and it's cooled labor labor with lee harvey oswald stop signs for me they should've just called a conspiracy goodman which turned joins us right now if you listen to this podcast regularly you'll know the face but is it that we keep scratching withdrawn and i'm sure we will come back to it but there's something else wants to talk about this week which messes move for us and that is to pay tribute to our dear friend and colleague aaron who who died last week at the age of seventy eight aaron was an integral part of this podcast he was part of the reason we kept going in the beginning we started out talking about british politics and then when donald trump began making hey with american presidential election we want to talk about america we particularly wants to with aaron about america we want him to enlighten us and also to be honest to make us laugh which he did and he continue to do so he is there off the all the time the aaron appeared on this podcast he was battling cancer and he was facing a pretty bleak prognosis but i don't think anyone who didn't know that already would have guessed listening to him because he pro more wit more energy and enthusiasm to what we do and anyone he talked about a lot of things with us he talked about trump and about america about the world he talked about warren piece he took by international relations which was his field he talked about nuclear weapons which was one of his specialism and he talked to us about history to and we put together a montage of moments when talking about some of these objects starting with the night in twenty sixteen when donald trump became president united states and finishing with a moment from podcast recorded about a favor inaugural address is in which aaron rather bits of his favorite which because it's almost justin's inaugural from eighteen one aaron was a rat on multiple person he was much loved and he will be deeply missed it is currently three ten in in the morning and i'm watching bbc election coverage clinton who is supposed to win virginia so comfortably that it didn't really show up as a swing state in any polling site that i saw a is barely ahead thereby about point five percent of the vote so even if she wins virginia that bodes very badly it is five in the morning and i am about to go to bed but it looks like a the polling industry got everything entirely wrong because at the moment i see absolutely no path forward for hillary clinton to be the next president of the united states will be donald trump so pack your bags and batten down the hatches it's going to be interesting for years i had there's an expression sometimes use called gambling fur resurrection right if you are very desperate you may pick a choice that you know probably nine times out of ten is gonna leave you worse off but that one time it might make you really much better off right and perhaps the safe choice that perhaps makes you incrementally better off when you're living with a kind of pardon my french shitty city status quo that might not be so appealing whereas the possibility of big payout fell slightly to kind of a dystopia in future is more appealing morris is up to you i am terrified i really don't think i know what to do yeah and you kind of think right you don't want to wait is they in their defense they did keep their campaign promises which was they don't know what they're doing but i keep getting drawn back to john oliver is take on trump and the trump russia scandal which is that it's stupid watergate as john all recalls is watergate by people who have nine thirty knowledge nor inclination to gain the knowledge necessary successfully pull off a caper of this magnitude and so the tweet that caught my eye the most well it's the one where trump virtually admits to obstructing justice which he'd already kind of done before in the past when he announced on live television you know russia if you're listening please do hack into the dnc emails and release more dirt that wasn't so much obstruction of justice the south you know asking a foreign adversary to intervene in usa sovereign and that was so twenty six nutso twentysix is hiding anything in any way it's very bold kind of strategy although i don't know if it's a strategy right is a lot of it seems to me reflects on reaction but by putting it all out there and demonstrating that in fact the republican party isn't going to do very much shit can in some ways having dampening effect on any expectations in washington or amongst the population in the united states let anything will happen because you're covering up about as badly as you could cover up raise more of the what's the opposite of a cover up everything's a big reveal and it's in your face straightness were getting away with what you're gonna do about it and so far the answer is you know not much 'cause we still need you to sign off on tax reform farm and entitlement reform and all this other stuff so it's a way of possibly it's a way of demonstrating power so there is a summit between soviet leaders an american leaders a little known summit takes place shortly thereafter and which one of these events of the kind of sit down and watch a movie together and the movie is about chinese attitudes towards nuclear weapons were even though now the soviets americans think of them as unconventional right different they're not just big artillery pieces the movies he seems to imply right but this is exactly right how the chinese think about them right there just weapons like any other weapons they just have a bigger bang for your buck and so the scares the jesus out of mcnamara another kind of hard headed people at this meeting and you get agreement on nuclear proliferation pretty shortly thereafter how big a shift then to new way of thinking about these weapons is the here's the way i view nuclear weapons they keep the world safer every single year until they will eventually kill us all and the way i view this is probably the most famous section of the inaugural as he says every difference of opinion is not a difference of principles we have called by different names brethren of the same principle we are all republicans we are all federalists if there'd be any among us would wish to dissolve this union or to change its republican form arm let them stand undisturbed as monuments of the safety with which error of opinion may be tolerated were reason is less free combative we've been talking politics and we'd be remembering what a privilege

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Clare Crawley and Dale Moss respond to cheating rumors, Alex Trebeks final resting place has been revealed, Jennifer Aniston now a Instagram influencer!

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Clare Crawley and Dale Moss respond to cheating rumors, Alex Trebeks final resting place has been revealed, Jennifer Aniston now a Instagram influencer!

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Anything is possible particularly in the world of celebrity dish. Hey what time is it my friend as turkey. Turkey turkey teatime. I'll take that of course it is. Hey before we jump into all the delicious gossip did you watch the. Ama's last night. I know you go to bed earlier. Bali what did you think what was your highlight. Here's my thing you know. We're used to award shows and i get. They wanted to go a little different at the beginning of an award. Show but you normally want that upbeat song. You want that kickoff to give you the za`z give me some. You know. I get a big edge justin bieber. He's he's very popular right now. He's got a lot of music out but you cannot kick off a show on a on a on a slow song. I don't know about you felt about -solutely writes about this. I've worked on tv for a long time. And they want upbeat in fact when artists go on the today. Show good morning america. You can't sing the ballot. You've got to sing the upbeat song because it tunes at seven am can you imagine that seven pm. It was a little strange way to start the shotgun. A little reporting on what you think about this for my sources. Tell me they really wanted to come out at least two a couple of bars maybe eight bars of an upbeat beat song. He's got a lot of great anthems hit him on to do that. He wanted to do the new song so they had this dilemma to they have a song. That's a great song. Don't get me wrong here. I love this song. Probably wasn't an opening song but do they have the wrong song but the right guy. He's a superstar his big deal. They television for ratings. They think people are going to tune in. Do you think made the wrong choice. I think the gambled in the sense of hoping like. Hey let's get them you know and let's see what we could do to try to work on them to kind of give us some upbeat and hopefully it happens. And you know there's producers. They're probably up until the minute like. Hey we're still working on guys. We're still working on them. Don't worry we'll get this will be the perfect and then the show happens so i wouldn't be surprised if someone has some answering to do today to production and the ratings people at abc. But you know it's an my other thing is i love. Justin bieber's very talented and get where he's at in his career right now but this is the next like he has to songs outright now all about like. Hey don't don't get mad at me. Because i was a pain in the butt when i was fifteen. I'm grown up now. I get it man like. That's what one song is. Don't give me to do it lying on a sunday night. When i'm ready to have some fun like give me something upbeat and then give me that song in the middle of the show right. Let's get into this actually. It's really interesting because you're not the only one to say there. Several of my tv insiders have said to me as well. This is just the wrong song a song about being lonely and worries you particularly in this day and age with everything happening in the world. It's really really a rough time. I don't know if. I wanna feel sorry for teenage. Maybe a little older now multimillionaire. So i don't know i've always. I've always had a bad reaction to celebrities telling me how tough there lives are. I know they are not putting them down. And but it's a really tricky thing. We're not got to feel sorry for them. Living in a mansion and driving ferraris. And i'm struggling to pay my rent so you i gotta cotton swab my no covert. The last thing i wanna do is sit down and go. Oh just in. He'll be lonely about that little boy. This thanksgiving because of this. And i'm gonna cry for justin bieber. I know that is something about it. Also to let's talk about it jaylo. Flawless just looks. Whoa whoa whoa like she. She like she is going like i could see her doing Whether dolly parton wants to do right now of do the cover of playboy at the age of seventy five. I think j. Lo could do the same thing. Jaylo is hundred fires all. She just looks incredible. I also enjoyed to talk about energy squad after lot and scott's all day i'm doing them right now that i used to work for jennifer so i say she does work hard. I went to the gym with her once. Now we got into her fabulous rolls royce. Phantom i think it was and we went to the gym the car. That's the car she uses just to go to the gym. She worked at like a maniac. Though she'd i barely broke sweat. Like i'm i was on a treadmill might have had a slight incline. But i certainly didn't hack. It goes all act when you were with working with jennifer lopez. Was that win the infamous. Like i'm getting my button. Shored like stage of her career. Mimas ben affleck imus benefit. But i remember those rooms. They're not always true when you hear a multi-million dollar contract for their legs so their arms or their bottom it's what we call silly press so did is the king of silly press change in the name. Getting attention did any harm. Not telling necessarily a laura but certainly rushing things up to make it exciting. I think really just make the world a little bit more gossipy also too. I wanted to get your thoughts entourage. I love i thought coming out and johnson was so clever. She's not a singa. She's not a standup comedian. Nobody in the room. If you're going to tell jokes it's a be you know what i mean. It was more upbeat than lonely. She was the beginning of the show. It was when she got out and started to shake her a bits and bobs. I think that was the beginning of the show. Let's begin our show my friend because we've got some juicy dish so clare crawley from the bachelorette dale responding to the cheating rumors. There was some photographs out of him with some other models some female models. They did look a little flirty sources. Say not much going on there. They all worked together their friends and they were a beautiful women and they were little tichy feely. They did get drinks but one of the women is married at the other. One has a boyfriend so don't worry so rather than respond to them by putting out a press statement going on instagram. They decided to just ignore them. What do you think about that. You ignore these rumors as you fight back that well the more you feed it the bigger gets i think the more you're responded. There's two ways of going about it. The way you know eminem did it in his movie. Eight mile about his life. Where you get all the bad stuff you say like. Here's what happened blah blah blah. Now you have nothing left to sing or you do that. And then they go they have. There's follow up questions. There's always a follow up question so even if you put out a statement it's gonna follow you around like hey this but what was this really about. So it's like you can't win. I guess the easiest weight not talk about it and move on and because you someone else will do something. In a matter of ten ten minutes later and you'll be forgotten about if if it was even degree but on the east who now tabloid star. Aren't they neither not famous acting. You know they're dancing to russia the famous relief of being a little bit famous. I mean really. Let's be honest about this. I like both down. You're on the three level. Yeah you know. They're on the reality show sea level right now You know if it will dishes their character to do they wanna stay in the press. You know we're talking about two people that went on a reality show for three weeks and then quit a pretty much So it's like maybe these are the people that don't want that reality. Show attention you know. Think about it so if if they ended up winning. I'm sure we would be hearing about this for the next month since it was like okay. Hey we're actually in love. Were getting out of here. later and we'll see we'll see at the wedding you might be right. Maybe you might be right so this brings us strap old question of the day crowley and dale ross or ignoring cheating. Rumors should they. Should they say something twitter page at not nine facebook pages not gossip and be sure to check back tomorrow to hear your results. You working on all right. Let's move on alligator backyard. Now we lost him just about almost two weeks ago it seemed you know it's it's it's odd rob shooter when you know someone has passed on but the work that they have done is still around like i've i've watched jeopardy now more than i probably ever be threatened and watching him host the show. It's like he still there in. You know probably still be there forever and ever on tv. But it's like this is not weird creepy. It's not. I don't know the right word but it's interesting to see that like hey. He's giving us new content ronnie's and he's not here So here's here's what we've learned. We've learned that he's going to be cremated and he'll be spending His ashes will remain in his home with his wife and You know he died of stage. Four pancreatic cancer which he even spoke about last week to on jeopardy which was it was. It was just interesting. How it all just seemed up like that You know he. He left behind two children and they said according according to some close friends that he spent his final with his wife watching the sunset. I mean exactly like you the way with your best friend and You know. I couldn't think of another way garrett you'll be with your wife in the sunset and be behind the bush saying hello gillespie sip garin really beautiful very partly handy with his hands so we built a swing and his garden. He had a beautiful beautiful piece of land and he was on the swing with his wife and then went to bed and went to sleep. It's a beautiful way to go. But what do you think about ashes like it does sound a little strange the ashes the wife. I'm not judging this. You do what you want jane. It's none of my business. I have the ashes ashes of one of my dogs in my apartment very different. I do know quite them. And i haven't yet been able to to scatter them to think about that. Have you thought about yourself. I know it's a little bit creepy a little bit morbid. But i think i would like to be. I always say. Throw it in the face of andy cohen. But that's not exactly true. I think i'd like my ashes to go. Maybe in the hudson river. I can see the hudson river from my apartment and it gives me great pleasure and joy and tranquillity sanctuary during ruptured. Or i mean. Do you know what floating it'd be worse when in it. Where do you where do you want to go. Because i'm gonna make you know. I really don't know it's it's one of those things that you know as you get older. Obviously you think about. But i don't know like you hear people like going to be scattered through disneyworld. And my thought i get you know the presence in the idea of you being there but i mean they. They cleaned disneyworld pretty good. You know. I don't want to be sucked up in a vacuum. You know by the cleaning crew. That are you coming by and picking up. The i don't know. I don't know i'm from scotland. I met bruce in scotland in edinburgh. And maybe the two of us might go back there and be thrown on them the estate of bel moral the cream. Let us on a some nice estate where we don't have to worry about vacuum cleaners. Thank you gary okay. True true it is true you betcha. Okay jennifer aniston is now an instagram influence. Why she doing this. Agendas become the global ambassador vital proteins. She's posting all these these instagram pictures of her vitamins. Jen i do like that. You promoting something really healthy and good and it is about wellness. And i do like this. Why are you doing this. Like do you ever have enough unease or i'm getting to these instagram influences. Get on my nerves. A little bit of icy one more fun fab fifth flyleaf fully box. What that mean say and then the person always like when. I'm not doing it for the money. I support the brand of the federal is in the products for years. And now the throw me a lot of cash. But it's not the money is because i don't buy a choice me now have to say. No one's ever asked me to endorse anything. A to change very quickly and this episode will be deleted very quickly if the thing box. But i did the. You didn't do something with you float. Oh my god awful got paid two thousand dollars to promote k y jelly gay pride. My mother thought it was a mayonnaise. I didn't tell any difference but you are right. Have you been promoted anything like that. Of course of course of course. I'm a shameless whore plugged. Did you buy the christmas chronicles two. Did you read it. did you watch it i. I've watched the first one with my. My kids did anyone. I believe comes out on wednesday right before the holidays officially kickoff for christmas but yeah that was the last thing i can see from it. Give me exactly enough to buy it all. And it's my cheeseburger enough to get a dinner one hundred dollars going to the store some ky. Thinking I am i really did. That actually wasn't necessarily for the money. It was at never being to gay pride. Shh don't tell gay people get macara taken away. We're pretty high up there. They should take pride and said to go to gay pride on afloat and be paid a little bit of money for my friend. Karen came and it was a boiling brought an egg sandwich. I had to kick off the floor. Honestly kyi to that. Aren get off the float. It's awful what's happening with candace cameron. Jade tanner there. We go so remember few months ago. Her and her husband They posted a nice picture and her husband had his arm draped over her shoulder and then gave her a little boob. Squeezed grabbed the however. You want to say and then of course the backlash dot com. He is doing some so bad. And how do you let your husband do that. And so candidates recently just said hey listen. Here's here's the deal. We just celebrated our newly engaged son. Lev we're we're in a great mood. We're t took a ton of pictures than the last picture. My husband grabbed a boob. And i said oh my gosh this is so funny and then she said hey. Do you mind if i post this because this is funny thinking that it was just innocent fun then apparently a the backlash came of all those very conservative. people saying. You shouldn't do this and kansas recently. Just said listen. Sex doesn't stop. Once you're married you know might run not not again maybe not for you not for everybody not speaking in generalizations but just for her in general she says you know it's and he goes back to her being tied back to religion She said you know christian way To to pretend like never had sex. I had those friends that were like. Oh yeah my parents never had sex. I'm like how did you think about it. I don't want you to think about it. I'm very prudish about sex. I can talk about pretty much anything like talking about sex. But i'll do is story and she even asked if she could post it so it wasn't an accident. She knew what she was doing. I think having a little bit of fun in your relationship. It doesn't matter how long you've been together or not is just lovely. They clearly love each other. And that's the most important thing a little bit of sadness before we go to break. Prince william and kate middleton's dog lupo has died all he was a beautiful black english. Cocker spaniel owned him for just nine years. It's not long enough. He passed away. They got this dog just after they got married. So it's been with them really their entire married life. They wrote how much they missing and how much they love him. There is nothing worse than losing. A puppy said ks. Yes can i ask you real quick before we move on from that. Is there any type of like protocol. You know in who. It's interesting does nothing formal. But since the time of queen victoria that is a little royal pet cemetery in sangram which is one of their country estates. So there's a little graveyard and queen. Elizabeth has put many of her corgis there. So i guess i call was called. Susan name for royal dog sousa and so susan's buried in the grounds. And i wouldn't. If william and kate will start their own little cemetery remember their homes kensington palace wentz. He's the king move into buckingham palace but I know it just breaks my heart. 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Gaming Fixx LOTR 11/11/20 Ep#46 Spooky Thoughts

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Gaming Fixx LOTR 11/11/20 Ep#46 Spooky Thoughts

"Guts was hopping around tokyo steady. Like a big playground. Bad man. I got expensive opened. Came out of the blue wave started breeding kilo. Neil then they will kill them. We can make it back to the bat cave. Hanley popped forty seven under. his hat. ran out of because on the bad guys explosion as far as the. I can't see that this is destiny and welcome to gaming fix. I am frank. How're you and Era from critical. But it's been a minute since we've done this last time. I did this kind of by myself. I had had their stopped by little bit later. So i don't know maybe discombobulated me so anyway. I guess we'll do what we do. How did you get your game on. Daryl it's been a few weeks But i have been playing some games I just started this one last night. tetris affect connect is the for town like So this is tetris with a equalizer race. It's very zen about Depending on let Difficulties i it's like every thirty two lines. The song change is and goes to new equalizer and the spree speed goes up and down based on. How many lines you go through And like four to five songs per part of the campaign so it's touches to this really cool then equalizer That's basically needy and Also like probably goes into a lot of other Edm genres that. I'm less familiar with but I have actually been letting that. I was up at three. Am in the playing this thing for like two hours in the dark with headphones on so that just came out on tuesday and that's been a lot of fun The most recent game. I finished is hotline miami I actually picked up the collection of the i do Released on xbox one like last week and if you haven't checked out hotline miami there is little playthrough available on critical flop but it is a top down. How do you describe hotline miami. Really fast action game The whole premise is. It's nine thousand nine hundred nine and you are a hitman named jacket and it's really psychedelic trippy. Because the characteristics loosening points. But he gets a phone each mission. You get a phone call in your apartment and you go out and you go to this chasma notre floor floors and you have to kill everyone. This moves lightning pace. So someone see you and they run right at you and if you flinch for a second your debt so It is really fast really gory. Dark game but it has a nineteen eighty like late nineteen eighties coke by doing and it has a really great soundtrack is well. I would argue one of the coq as in like you know cocaine There's i'm cocaine as in like drug scene. Nine thousand nine hundred eighty s miami. Right aesthetic perfectly. Well there's a lot of dance club. the music bounces in Through very like moments of really good ambient sounds and really really calming songs and then to really hardcore like edm style from base Really good game really intense to play very difficult so i would recommend going to check that play throughout One of the other things. I've been playing this week A lot is the right question. Eleven demo which dragged eleven's actually two years dole already. I is set to release for xbox one spot series us as a edition on december third. I think yeah december third and It is. I've actually only played like drag quest eight. I think on the ps two so. I'm lee i figure with obviously the slimes and Some of the other kind of like aesthetics of it But i have never liked sat down and play through uphold right before i've been enjoying it. It what i really like about it is that the pacing is pretty good because a lot of j. rpg's nowadays you'll have a two three hour long intro in are really getting into steady battles this pace it out to where You had like attendant introduction and then you are already fighting in it a little tiny and it you know another ten minutes of st ory and then it broke to the main area so it was very good casing to get into the combat at the game which While i do really love things like persona and that gilmore ham on story elements. I have been really appreciating that. It's kind of an older Say eight sixteen bit aristotle. Jr pg in a way at least Acing but does have a to d mode which unfortunately i was not able to check out because that's not available in the Orioles but the cool thing about this is. It's only ten hours long so you can only pay play up to ten hours then released. But it's all constant aside. Judy mode is available. So a watch the game basically a month early with a few features lacking For ten hours which that's pretty cool. Version pge out. My especially since i played so many different games Getting a little bit of time to set up the game and then when it launches actually already be set up to take a deep dive into it right So those are a handful of the games. I've been playing this week. There's some others. There's this really funny game. I didn't think called party. Heart where It's an indie game. Where you are a serial killer who is tired of the parties dirty spring break and so you go on a murder rampage and you can mess with You so you go to a house party and you poison the food or set things to explode so like you setup stub the next person. They use it that will explode in their face. It's i mean. It is indie game that i bought for three bucks. It's not rape perec and quality and it is ridiculously stupid but it sounds like fun. I definitely i found the premise. Good enough to get deal that old school original. Gta style where it's like. Okay messing with things to have fun. This is in. You know anything here to take seriously. The continents itself is very freaky. Dark the dude. You don't mass. you do kill everyone already though. It's delivered very tongue in cheek One of the most luxurious things. You can't escape for the cops like their trapdoors and everything you can use to get from one side of the party to another but once you used that this little mario character a run out and then killed at up and you'll have So if some lines up seeing like say stab someone or sees you putting a body you know trying to hide a body. They'll try to go call cops so That's one of the funner any games. I've been playing. There's a lot of other stuff. But i haven't been you decide bonded dumpster and the cops don't see her now. The thing about the game is year. You can lose very easily. You like if they go the cops and you're not right near one of those trapdoors like you can basically not really on outrun the cops and you kick. It caught very quickly. Like i will eventually upload the video of it I was shocked with that. It's well you know you could get like a five star investigations like behind this dumpster. I'll be good. I'll be good. That's not how that works if the yeah the way. I got grand theft auto for achievement. For like it's like maintain a five star level for twenty. Five minutes was inside of a hospital. Okay at this point like it would have grown right hospital. Come on now like this guy's enemy number one. Killing kill a always had that like absolutely ridiculous this at at the very least provides a little bit of a challenge the doing the chaos because the chaos is the point while there was an actual game in the original. Gpa's as to there was. It was pretty good though. No one really played it. They were like we can make our can still car and it can fly in the air gossip. That's on something like that. Let's go to the old school. Two d isometric ones on the pc like the for it went three. When i was talked down. Like i remember the whole big thing. Why loved it was that it was just could go around causing absolute chaos. And that's the thing and as games started the belt more atmosphere more aesthetic and you know hire production policies. I've noticed that element is harder to for developer to get like. I don't play modern. Dj with that intent or you know at redemption or any of these other. You can definitely cause trouble though. Oh yeah you can. But that's not. Why play them right now. I'm i'm more concerned with the enriching game mechanics or the campaign or what at and it's very hard for a game. I've noticed nowadays like it was years ago. That terrible game like a hatred which was like go on a mass shooting like was the whole aesthetic of it. And it's like yeah. This is the same like gameplay wise. It's the same chaos but this premise is really stupid. how they're setting it up. Definitely expect more. Having played games for over thirty years. I spent more than you know what was going on in the late nineties early two thousands as far as this type of content and i found party hard to be at these full dark enough but tien chee economic to actually not be like. Oh this is crap right right. Richard you so that covers my gaming over the last few weeks what you've been up to. I saw you guys covered indicated for a while we did cover indicate Indicate and if you listen to the episode it's like basically was really hard to cover on as like once which channel that going on constantly and some of those and like i got i even got bad my badge upgraded because stephanie's willing to do that for me no problem and like i couldn't take advantage of it because it's like okay. This improv thing is on at five. Am or this thing that you want to check out is on at or it'd be like during my dallas's or be like weird times i saw of that. I mentioned the a. r. g. that i was part of that was like It was going into a space and trying to figure out like how to fix things but my bone at like eleven o'clock or no one o'clock on isn't super charged by then. And then you put that with a zoom program. That's rolling and i mean it. Just it died. It died in the middle of the game. Like thirty nine cents. I watched like half of it and then my phone just died car will drive on but no lady was cool but as far as One i've been doing in like one thing. I i wanna previous this thing. We made this clear before as far as getting your game on. You know what. I'm talking about that. I'm talking about game activities. So that's like you know. We've we've covered movies before carson movies again. i It was hall wing. And i set out to watch halloween movies. And the after that on somebody was mentioned And i'm going to get into the halloween movies. That's the point that someone had mentioned. They're like well you know. Two thousand and twenty has been a real pain for everybody so if somebody wants to. you know. Have a christmas tree in a bathtub. Full of candy whatever Then i'm fine with that because whatever floats their go to this point because you know however they can be happy. And i'd like responded with will watch more halloween movies. And so like i started you know halloween week and then you know just started carrying over just started. He watching so. The first thing that i watched was What was it. Oh it's weird because underwrite it down. It's a well. I'll just go through through the ones i remember and i'll probably go back and just won't be an order. Now we can live with that okay. I'm so the one that i did watch a been wanting to see him for a long time. Because i thought it would have explanatory lore in other words. I thought that i would finally understand the mysteries and miracles of this movie. I think you know which one i'm talking about. He's probably on the post. Actually yes hellraiser. Yes site for the when you posted about the question. Yeah so it was hillary. Yeah no it doesn't it doesn't explain anything and basically it's a i've got to say pretty much the The devil in miss jones and hellraiser might be the same movie. It's possible except for less porn. Look that up. Kids will hopefully kids on watch the show too much. But you know what i'm saying like if you're a gamer and you're curious you'll understand the reference but basically She just wants to get with this guy deserved. Who's up the brother of and you know. I say spoilers but this movie is was may nineteen seventy-two. Yeah hellraiser is so long hair so so tough about spoilers guys so tough about spoilers. I'm just. I'm not uh eller salaries at this point. It's like spoiler surprised at thirteen. Like we we kinda should know as horrid ops so basically She decided she wants to be with the brother to the point that like he manifests and then she's like well. I guess of. I have to invite joan callers over so that way. He can murder them so that that way he can get more parts to his body and he ended versus like. It's a hard no on on your brother. You can't you can't kill my husband. That's and then he's like this is like well. I guess so and then like the main character is kind of main character because she comes into in the middle is the daughter. And you know you have these and basically there's more there's no lor it's a cube. It leads to some kind of hellish dimension that somebody thought was of value. This dude in so he'd them a lot of money on a physical bam higher dimension. He stuff they're really in depan it. Yes and he's like a scumbag Completely can't even keep his frigging place. Lean like there's so many shots maggots in that movie. That is just for no reason. Just here's some larvae or you a lot of the movie. I think they use that as their. Oh yeah that's gross out the growth of the three major major owner of a horse I remember this from high school. Film analysis is gross out. Jump scare basically. I forget we may have called it. Something else see back psychological horror. So i don't feel like you need those things in your horror movies but some people and the other detention and that we live i like i like tension and like watchable war. That's my kind of thing. So see. I can deal like me and my film announced. This teacher had this argument in high school. All the time was what was the better horror. Show culture guys or jaws. i'm poltergeist. He's jobs now. I i love dr subway as even the gross out stuff. Sometimes if it's done right and done at the proper at the proper levels and for the right context. I feel that there were some eighties movies. The at did it very well like poker guys. And then you have. I can't remember so much i'll razor. Though that's the point of that a little different. I would say that somewhat the point of that is the gore not smash like. It's kind of like being naughty. You like hooks through your chest. So don't be nodding. It was kind of like it was made for mothers against fund. Is my friend used to use the term. But i can certainly see that if you were are more onto the jiggle. Flashlight tension lighter things. Where a film like hellraiser. Probably gonna be your favorite meal. But i've been wanting to see it. Because i thought it would have a story and then i was on now. Have you read any clip burger. So cli- barker. I haven't read much. But i did read the forward to one of his anthologies like a year ago he tended to write like compared to a lot of the other horror out. There was more about fasting dealing then having very specific story. Couteau graduate like. He's really into like the metaphysical kind of stuff and demons from other dimensions. Certainly like somewhat of a love. Crafty and influence but not entirely in aesthetics just in like that there's metaphysics not a physical properties. All of his work. What else did you wind up watching. So i watched one of my favorite Horror movies to watch in around. Halloween is always been Tells from the hood and it turns out. There was a tales from the hood for two thousand twenty. And i was like awesome really but the pimp is wasn't a wasn't there so i think he might have i kind of remember hearing something about him a tossing away. You know not that long ago That actor that used to always play the guy with the you know what the goal tooth and the cigarette. I think satan basically. I'm forgetting his name. But but the host the host. Yeah and so. Now there's a new host And basically it started out pretty cool. I won't. I won't spoil that. I mean it's two thousand twenty but i will say that it started out really cool It's got some nice twists to it All the stories really worked well together. it was. It was interesting It starts out And you find that out suit. Turn on the basically. There's a little girl that's with her with this Man and the man is trying to save her from the mon- serves or whatever and so they're like kind of on the run and try and going through and she's telling these stories and stories are super creepy especially for like this. Little girl is like she knows. He's really creepy. Creepy stores and the like one of them is About gentrification one of them is about oh yeah one of them is about Honestly it's it's almost identical plot to Batteries not included almost except for no Aliens but you know some you know some kid about kind of pretty much. The same exact character could easily be the same exact character that was in batteries not included Who's in going after ten and then there's a what. What was the other one. The other story was Oh about the sky's the real jerk instills things and he gets justice. Hurts to Anytime you have one of those like tells from the hood creep show masters the poor. You've got to have at least one that it's just about a dude who's a jerk getting a come up. Oh yeah for sure. And so that. Was i mean model number. Oughta that eighties horror films like a lot of slasher films and stuff were kind of based on that premise of like do bad things. Come out it. sure and So the next thing that i watch in like similar it's not an order was i found creepshow on They did a show animated special for this year. So i watched that and that was pretty cool It had two stories they were they. Were pretty good I thought the one they did a real like a lot of time on and the other one was quite as did but ono actually no both of them will really nothing about it was Basically about a survivor on an island. And what he was willing to do to survive which. I mean a lot of these by the way our tropes to if you're like the south korea it's not like and start logic creepshow and like till's when the hood the reason i did like my favorite type of comic book is like house of secrets house of the dead house of horrors like any of those that have like the little stories like that. I used to love to find league. Anytime i say much. I don't care about that either. I just wanna read them. I like i like remind me a book. I actually need to look into seeing. There's an audio version of called a ten cent plague which is about the satanic anik based around those horror comics and how there was a period of where each publisher which is basically one in one up each other Your point too is. I was actually going to mention twilight zone. All of these are seen any of these runs. All of these women's imagining are small. Little either horror shows homes usually by different director each time. They're very short contained stories. Yeah and i used to watch twice lone anna. I used to watch outer limits. And i've watched on the other one Oh amazing stories. See a lot of them. Go back to short stories as well. Like i know a lot of stuff on the our money is short stories and i think for a film like if you're going for an hour on worn out the short story is like the perfect thing to fill it is it is And so and the other one was a A circus on the middle of nowhere with this This girl that kept texting on her phone and she's like it was. It was really kind of crazy You should check that out darryl if you have a chance. It's on On hulu but. I'm not sure of all i'll check my you know. I know i actually probably have files the most of the subscription services. And i think they're either they gave away. A trial is a perk or their for folding disney plus into xbox game pass ultimate. Yeah it's possible I've got was trials. I'll be able to find it somewhere. I'll tell you probably be on the one thing. I don't have all look it up and tell you but And then also because i. It came up on hulu treehouse of horror. But i'll tell you like. I've seen some good treehouse of horrors. This year was not not one of them. Not one of them I think since needs to die in a fire. I think a lot of people have decided that. I think it's tom does it now. I'll be honest. I have not watched simpson's innocent key. There's like there's forty seasons so it's not like it will be in syndication until forever. You'll be able to watch it. Yeah you will see. I'm just saying stop making them. Because it's just if you're not in a way with it l. and well there's a lot to it. I know you had sent me. One of the videos covering the transition of homer may homer. Yeah wisecracked actually did a did one on home are like within the last week Same same top. But yeah since does kinda need to go diana fire like it's i have not seen it in for ever but i've just the general tone when people bring up the sentences like oh it did get worse. Yeah pretty bad. When i left off because i was watching it and the one of the things that surprised me is one okay. So one of the things they did is they did groundhog day. I'm groundhog day qualifies for treehouse of horror. Really it was kind of like okay. Oh that's i mean i guess but I mean you mean the groundhog day premise of leeann. Same day were yes. Okay okay. I thought york specifically saying something revolving ground off and i'm like well. That's no. That could be creepy. We they could go with that. They didn't go that way. An awesome but no. They didn't care about. Because i saw palm springs so i can't really say too much palm springs now very It's it's like a modern day. Grandma gay it's the same premise. Silla differences two people trapped inside a one yet. You have to have fans number else not that you have to have something else behind the groundhog day idea because there are some really good ones One of my favorite enemies. I actually figura. She nino key. I think is pronounced in english is translated to when they cry but the actual translation is closer to win the cicadas Though see the whole thing about this one Is delivered in four or five episode of bits and it slowly turns from slice of life anime into just brutal correlated horror. And see you have to end because it revolves around a festival and there's a it was a chooser are visual novel. Game will visual novel game on key. So they adapt it into the anime making it work as kind of film things go through all the different index that just like You know the one we watched. I haven't reviewed yet. That is definitely got groundhog day. Tendencies too so i mean you can use it as a as a vehicle and you can make it real and it works really well but i'm just saying just as far as like the way that they did it. I was not super impressed. And then There was some four type things occurring around in them. I guess but it was. Like i don't know i just wasn't super impressed with and then that the other one they did they did spider. Man what did they run out at twilight up. So stick still. I don't know they. They use of distill twilight zone episode. The signed the they didn't into the spider verse with homer. Okay and it was very but let's talk about all now montauk about a movie that i was really excited to see. I'm being facetious in brazil. This post to. Unfortunately i saw ten ten minutes of huby scene and i do not recommend it at all. I can't you'll be as india the the video streaming service no. That's but no i you said. Qb no huby. H me i. Oh he'll be okay. I don't know what that is. Adam sandler movie. Okay and i thought it was going to be something like maybe eight crazy nights. Were be kind of funding. You know and it just no no absolutely not it was. It was bad so bad of just done with it immediately like ten minutes in. I don't and i don't like the not just stop watching movies. Usually and i will say though that i did make a pack not a pack of myself a kind of a decision that if i didn't like it wouldn't be part of it anymore because i my time is valuable and i just like. Why am i watching this. I don't wanna watch this. So i'm not gonna turn it off entirely make sense. That's why i don't wa ultra-mini movies anyway. I actually did wash not really well. It's in the horror adjacent. I watch. I actually bought visually. Because i don't have physical copy anymore of hard candy. I'm not. I've seen it okay. So hard candy is a very very dr salam. I basically takes place in the premises that you have a fifteen year old girl that meeting thirty year old photographer You know older should not be taken up on fifteen year olds in a cox and then they eventually go back to his plays out of nowhere. He passes out turns. Up he's all tied up when he awakes and turns out yeah she knows he's a pedophile and that she's trying to find evidence of it of a particular girl that's missing and you have this like really extreme detente between the two and a whole bunch of ups and downs. Like wait. is he really or did you get an over his head. It's like oh no. Yes it really do that too. So it's one of my favorite films. It's very much guilty. Pleasure as far as like under the there. And i do believe it's based on a phenomenon that was occurring in japan in two thousand where Underage girls wooded bike invite petals online to meet somewhere. And then you'd have all been jap- girls and women jumping there s and that's basically you know where the guy got premise for hard candy really intense film Recommend it for those of h So if you are if you are disturbed by extreme content. I actually given into very sensitive subject matter i would say Pick another whole right. So i did watch out a good time cool I also saw the book of blood. Blood was a original from hulu. It's a very similar to It's another one would tails and the tells her dark and It was it was pretty. It was pretty well done. I thought In all the stories tied together. Which i thought was kind of cool and The first one it's a runaway. Who goes and finds a non-hostile but a Aben preface or a once a thing where they advertise online for airbnb and airbnb. It's an airbnb and they're like oh you're gonna join the family and we'll be great and things get really crazy and it. Yeah it's insane and then you find out that the the it's really weird because you're watching this and you're thinking like oh this person like she she doesn't deserve this and you find out. Oh she does. She does because I don't you might watch it though. I don't want to spoil it but it's it's a while it was pretty impressive and then when you find out Yeah the the whole thing was it was really good. It was really well tied in. It was a good good story and then I've been watching it which is really good I watched it all the way to the end. That was pretty cool And i of put it in that category But i watch a wanted. Those poor supernatural type shows. So i don't know some people are like well. You watch all the time frank but still at slow supernatural shows like they obviously supernatural. Would be one of them right. Yeah i have a quite a few friends really into supernatural. I've never gotten not one. i do. Enjoy started on mainland week show. I started maintaining buffy. When i was young in the nba. I was actually. I was going to go to like. I have enjoyed monster of the week. Like buffy would be one of them. I'm doctor. who would be another kind of think about it. I guess highlander would have been the first one of those types of things that i watch because i watch highlander when i was a kid one on usa all the time. There's also a lot of children's programming. When i grew up in which would be the late eighties early nineties. That was monster. The week kind of oriented. Trying to think if i was an adult when i was watching island. Yeah i think. I was going on but like highlander. Heller is cool though because like you would see like all the different on time periods and you live through it. I liked it then. I started watching buffy. It was funny. Because i heard about buffy. And i'm like oh. Can you believe their minimal rebound murphy show about buffy the vampire slayer let's selena. Okay whatever and the monday mama's watching it and like oh wait a minute and like i was being attention. Leo's like this is really good. The dialogue is really good. Show is really good. And i started watching it and watched it all the way until the end of angel where you know. They're attacking the Win they're like well. You get the monitor's on left. I guess we'll get the ones on the right and like it un's ends outlay and you know so therefore i was attached to joss and i'll be talking about johnson a minute but the next Show that i started watching was evil Heard that when i started watching it And i didn't. I thought it was a show. Thought it was a movie and then it was a suit series only. Oh i didn't want to get into series like. Oh well i guess i can watch it like during my Therapy whatever so. I started watching it on my holy crap like basically it starts out. It's a parental psychologist It's kind of procedural but not really on the guy in the church in they're trying to investigate these cases but it's procedural but it is exorcism procedural wait what it's extra schism procedural their shelter. Yeah they insult areas. They're checking the cases like checking for miracles possessions pretty much and there's this And then there's a demon in there which they don't she doesn't know she's actually seeing the demon which he sees him all the time. She doesn't know if she's having Like nightmares. Or if she's actually seen the demon and there's a prosecutor that is so evil enemy he is straight out evil they are like the he's honestly prosecutor he's a defense witness just like she started out as but ford. The catholic church Called her and visas like oh yeah and like they're like talking about So the criminal that she's investigating. Who says that he might have been possessed there Asking questions like in jail or whatever and he starts talking about how she killed like or About not how she killed but like the her seen the demon and what the demon said and stuff because what happened is the guy went and stole the records of the of the therapy session and gave them to the to the criminal so the criminal could say that he was possessed allow and creeper out his. He's like just this bad guy like the catholic church is like. Yeah that's that's floyd whose real name is like. that's floyd. He likes to hook up demons with criminals. And like you know corrupt people. That's his thing. We really don't like floyd in like your oh this. This premise sounds absolutely insane. Is it's really good I saw hellstrom which is okay. It's they've got a possess mother ones like some kind of energy vampire that kind of targets people and sells like antiquities. and the other is a Is a hunter for the catholic church. Like he goes around the hunts the first scene which is really funny is there like our son is possess. That goes in there and he's like this better be good like he shows up. He's like talking to the to the to the none. That lake called him and it's like the kids like sitting there and he's like okay. I'll be able to figure this out. Where's your bathroom like. Oh you know on the way up there. Whatever it's like okay. So he goes in there and like just covered in blood and feces and everything is like written all this shit and stuff and he's like all right. You know get out of here you come here you little bastard or whatever like the kid comes out and he's like all you sucking in like in a latin and whatever maintain no oh and latin okay. So well he takes the okay. Is this right so on the writing side of this. Is this more like actually diving into like more serious. Like actual based on tech stuff or is this zany kind of pop culture. You'll you'll let me finish the story and you'll get an idea. So he he takes the water dousing kid and he's like that's holy water and the kids all like stops talking in tongues and was like. Oh what's going on in like all the stuff 'cause like before he was like saying you will feed me or Or you will have hell to pay or something like that and then like He's like oh that's okay so you oh do you feel better my son or whatever it is yeah. He's like oh that's great courcelles bathroom water. I didn't use the toilet. 'cause i'm not mean and he's like marrara search yelling at him or whatever and he he goes titas moves hands. A bull ring of fire goes around him all the furniture like goes across this way and he's all like now. This is over. I want all that all that washed away with bleach and he walks away and the kids like talking shit again and he's all like with bleach and he does some of the thing in like just walks down the stairs and he's like god. I hate these. Because he's like he's the real deal and he got call bond like this kid that's lying and he's all like but it's like it's more of a slick type thing Where he he is like the exorcist that they call. They brought their own little program You get a feeling like that. The both him and his sister got it from his mom being possessed and that somehow he got magical powers because his mom was possessed and then the sister also got it but the sister is like. I don't care i just wanted to pretty much jill bob people or do whatever i want make money and then like the other one is vigilante. Yeah so it's pretty cool kelly exorcists. Yeah gulfstream it's on who that was pretty good And then last night and you got to the gaming it but anyway. Last night. I finished up Agents of shield which was really good. It was a fun time. They had a lot of going back and very slow allies productions which i was cool and You know josh still tells a really good story. And i always enjoy it But he he really is great about relationships and so it's really good Story about their relationship as a team and really enjoyed it slum right window i'd have to agree though see. I have far less josh meeting under my belt as far as new stuff. He's done like i watch the. I caught angel here and there but huge fan of firefly trying to know is very another major one. I'm missing out of like his original series dollhouse. I've watched a little doll house. And i really like dollhouse. Stop watching. I was enjoying it but i just thought watching it one of those things where you to stop watching it because yeah i get the same provided or something so i just stopped watching. I don't know. I would say that dollhouse did not have the character development that you're mentioning like firefly had that in spades. And so do i need. I need to mention that Art director You know adviser. Casey is in a firefly so i just wanted to bring that up. He's in it for a minute And it's actually It's a speaking role. It's very short but He he's in it. So i just thought i'd bring that up. It's he might want. That brought up on them. Actually you'll have to find that out for me i mean you know. Venus flytrap is in it. But i can't think of actual name that makes me feel bad when i can only think people's characters but because you know he played the priest right. You know what. I'm talking about. Just like oh yes i isn't. He a well known character actor. Names kinda get lost in call. Yeah he is. That's why but like margo martindale or Billy openly or I i can't think actual name but you know the guy that played a leading w. is Again was naming all. Now that's weird doctor johnny. Fever who also later played in the class. Who got replaced mcconnell. The character joe fisher well so then i I played a little bit of a puzzle. Empire i've been working on building my defense to switch out his. I've been Just doing that. I found out today. Which is kind of funny. Because i was like. Oh let's i'm going to beat these guys like look on what going wait. Why do they have fourteen eight like they had fourteen on powered soldiers. Unlike what then. I'm like wait a minute. Let me check something. I go into my My droop builder. And i'm like oh. I guess i should have advanced long time ago. And that's why. I haven't had better troops so i've been finding level up. Yeah i've been fighting with the handicapped and no it And just been like. There's been cases where i was like. Oh well i'm just gonna blow you up. Because i have bombs boom boom boom boom boom boom boom boom and then like my main the main that i run is i have a healer who can heal you all the way up and then i have a healer that can heal you. Pass your. he'll point. So i kill him up past their hill. Point i have my sparrow girl and her ability is crazy because all what it does is it's like it seems really week. It's like okay. Everybody gets a sparrow to protect them. A re gets despair to protect them. Again everybody gets. His are all the way to three times. I think it is. Yeah like three tokens on yellow. And then the ability is that every creature under her control gets does Economic damage per creature under her control. So basically it does exponential damage and it just so you see them just go and just like hits hit like twenty three twenty three twenty three twenty three twenty three do massive damage and then. I have another Goblin the he does this drill attack with what's called key blade and then his attack Makes it a you to damage to yourself. So so like a type character will know it makes them do damage to them. Oh okay he. He causes them to be confused. And then so. I go and i i run that and then of i- bombs i'm just like well you can't kill me. Live to make sure. I can kill you so agra damage but you know i'm not i'm not that high up yet only thirty four and i'm working on it but it's it's been fun. Played some magic today on magic arena. plead white his. I'm still working on white. Apparently like in in the league right now that up by color then like you said you're working on white so they have one for each color it is will They want you the track leaguer attract beasley wants you to take a deck master the deck by beating all the other colors and then you get the next stack and then you keep going in then you would go and you can play other people you play other people out if i win i get a pack so i'm playing to try and get the path in right now. I was surprised because like i was like well. I gotta be. I gotta be in in a minute so i should probably get this done like was like at seven no was seven six saw fifty three or something. I'm like all right. I'm gonna get this done unlike gonna play. That game took me like nine minutes. And i lost my but are just almost i was like oh i think i've got it and i'm like no i lost by one point and he's gonna swain fifteen on me right now and i am at eleven. Oh the game. Nine minutes yeah. That's a fair game. That's a fairly long match really. I would say so though maybe play magic. I don't you play sly. just sloppy. Know generally match four or five minutes depending on. 'cause i've played with people over and over again so the ins and outs of all the decks warden now and we were just doing sixty stand right. No i just five is really short to me. Like i always think of like. Obviously i had a sarah. Avatar metronome de basics thing was like to have a creature generator where it would produce for so much man of porto in and then use a spell. I think it was connor that gave you to health her greater on the field and then have a sarah avatar. Which was all your health is a monster energy like games like that where you pull that off with an opponent and like and i actually did have some challenges that that games would go or twenty five thirty minutes but in a general sense so with a deck like that. Now you would like. I used to have a deck like that and i might still have it but one of the things is that people. Be like oh. I don't understand why you're decades this way because now people will be like okay. Well we just negate the gain and there's so many cards that can just drop you back down to ten or something like that. So like with the avatar doesn't work anymore which is really weird. Like you tell someone who is a good combination. Because like i i watched a guy with an avatar. Get all the way up to like the thing. Is you have to call a number. You can't get infinite life because that's the rules in magic now but they've actually changed that. Yeah so you you have to call the number that stoppable and yeah a sense. So you like okay. So three trillion okay cool so three trillion and obviously he's gonna win right and he does but now you could just be like okay. Cool your three trillion. What now. I'm going to just put your life back to normal because of recyclers out there you set those that generally nice digital. I haven't played in a long time. In fact i have signed the Of the planes locker games installed on my icebox. Right now. haven't started them up but guy out of the first one in twenty fourteen right right so all are when i get around to those games l. Definitely be up on gaming fix. So go ahead like jimmy ticks on facebook to check those videos. Oh already have. Oh you mean them yeah. Of course yeah. That makes sense. I do that. I haven't been putting up any video game with my little. As i am back to doing the game of the day on critical pop up every day and i have a few plays playthrough scuffling up to all so cool. It will definitely talk about those In a minute. Because i've taken up way too much time on. I got my game on. But you know it's all of your time or anything. We totally work. But yeah horror movies. I didn't do the horror movie. Binge thing I actually live streamed though is supposed to be alive show and it turned out not to be a bad time. Well it's supposed to be the The winchester house and then it went away. Like i was gonna. I was gonna go. Watch that for a halloween and then it was not a thing. Yeah halloween kind of eight. The big one for me. I'll be honest and i I had some candy. Like i got candy at the at my My treatment that was well. I probably had andy but i get ending anyway. So that's the weird thing too. But i'm an adult so i'm gonna to go buy a whole bag of like marshmallow or those keeps but whatever by it. You know what i mean if i want something i'll just i just. I had candy a candy right now. I little condie sounds good. So i don't have much and i've just been talking so you you should probably wait. I don't how much i prepped for. There is something we're pushing. G do a full on another so one thing. I don't know if you've been checking them out. But one thing i've been into really lately is a mug streets okay cool. Have you checked those out. Or i have been wanting to play among us but i just don't have the don't have i was gonna get it but i get to play it myself The thing is like i would want an actual group of ten people or a solid amount of people to wear. It actually gets 'cause. I'm watching the streams and the first one i found was from the team four-star guys that new dragon ball z of ridge. And it is just they do have some good super cuts because they're all like a whole bunch of amar individually streaming on their own channels onto it so they did a super cut where you get the little pieces of each individual one and it is just absolutely hilarious to watch those videos where especially when it's like voice actors or internet personalities but And they have like I love that every time team. Four-star does it One of the guys toss. Kaiser tossed the director of the whole thing. Like that's his immediate. Vote every time. So i've been watching those and they're really funny and i'm sure you've seen the means that's not too big thing. We do have a little bit of a series of pranks or trolling going on right now with the xbox series x and so there is an article. I pulled up our before we started recording. No the xbox series x cannot make ping pong ball of a tate. There's also been others. I know another image ikot is that apparently people are taking vape pens and blowing through a series x and Taking a picture as if it's on fire though it's quite obvious that it's not like when electrons are on fire like that. That's not against you a other than that. There is a so the gain l. Gooden ring which is the latest from software Dark souls game Which is the lord treatment was written by. George are martin. Game of thrones. Apparently the director of microsoft Phil spencer just spit it out today about it that he has played a significant amount and there has literally been mill information on elden ring since the trailer originally debuted a year and a half so this is actually really good. Like i'm hype about it because someone's actually said they played the game. That's a legitimate source and So yeah elden ring is not not just a indefinite anymore. It actually does exist in while cyberpunk got delayed again. The that's actually not the only game. I noticed that was delayed. There's actually a there. Were a fair amount of december titles for the xbox series at the got pushed back into january and february. Nothing like really hard hitting as far as like Notoriety wise but there is a game called the medium. Which is. I don't know how to pronounce the name. But it's a polish artist that does Various surrealism Dark artwork and That game got pushback anyone Now as far as news the xbox series x playstation five are here and we were talking earlier. how big is the aftermarket value. I oh yeah. So i got this Just watching like facebook unseen two so far and the the highest. I've seen so far was eight ninety nine which is astronaut michael and insane and not not acceptable at all Don't don't pay that folks. Don't pay that one thing. Keep in mind like i bought. I bought a Day one Playstation four and. I you know chew still doing good like you know. She's she's overdose house. He'll tell you actually. I don't know if there's video. I did actually play uh some. Ps four games recently. I did play. Fog is finally but he got so you bought it launch. And would you say that. Viacom's launch launches generally not recommended or the average person. I would i would. I mean. I looked out on it. So i mean if you're buying something on launch you're not gonna pay top dollar for it because there's a possibility that you're going to have some issues if you buy it aftermarket. It's not guaranteed nearly warranties image. It's not really a good plan my way of sina. I'm just surprised like that. Stutz double the price of the console. Like geez now not looked into much of the news going on around the only thing really seen all night feeds. Is that keebler excited to play the remake of demon's souls right on the ps five and I did st that actually think it comes out next week or this week but there is a game by gearbox two guys behind borderlands called god fall that is really third person. Acting in that looks really intense. It definitely looks like very intense. One on one asserts. Or maybe like you know. Maybe you'd have to on but definitely like our core may like on that rpg mechanic. There's a lot of the new stuff on. Ps five. Seems way more interesting because all the stuff right now on xbox series x is also a war on xbox one young and yeah as far as news. That's about all. I have right now so i have some stuff. It's not like a huge amount of some things so yesterday Well actually a week ago. Aws started advertising. That there was a w games. And i know what is going to be to be honest phone. So i Subscribed awa games and south. They're waiting for the countdown and kenny omega. Who is One of the wrestlers. On a w came out dressed in his in a black sweater and the glasses. And did the whole steve. Jobs bit and Basically said you know when. I joined as rustler in all the whole reason that i wanted to do that is because i wanted to be the head of the games. Division w and They did this bit four times with three other wrestlers the canal. Oh they've done this before. No no i'm saying that. On on the thing they actually like he went and then The referee came out and she had some information. Anyway so basically what he showed as like okay. So this is. We're gonna have a console game They're they're doing little. Yuka showed it originally as like a little eight bit. Gin was really bad. Like none of the low games are really bad. And then he arm said actually. This is the real footage in then like said that it's alpha footage was pretty good. It had like a it had a picture of him. Grabbing jerko up like this holding him and it lou pretty solid to me. I guess people already bitching about it. But you know people do that. they'll game. Oh of course. I mean but you know they just brought it out gamers diem. They like to do what they do. And then the next one that they have. Which i'm looking forward to and i kinda wanna play it. I wish my phone wasn't so full with storage but They have a dm game for a gym game where you can be a general manager of and make decisions the wrestlers and book and all the stuff like that which. I voice really enjoyed doing so. That'll be kind of fun. I used to do that on that tycoon. Because there used to be like a yearly or maybe byerly like football manager gain that came out on consoles. There might be a long own. Same law will russell russell basically the the In wb Two thousand nineteen into all those used to have a manager on thing on them or at least two thousand and sixteen did i. That's what i used to play on my ps P and Before i had planet but until then like it was it was really fun in. So i i kind of look forward to playing this the other game. They have which was really weird. I guess they're they have a biggest game. So you can play like you know slots in all that stuff is a gambling game with a w. skin on it right but i think it's like it's it's Yeah it's like awa vegas. I think is what they're calling it and it's funny because Talking about like all of these are in production. But you know we should give you something that is him. You know productions something that's actually available and was funny about it is right before that Rick baker who's one of the he'll Girls was. She was in charge of the shirt so she doesn't aside what she's all. I well my shirts available so it was a like a little. You know asides and stuff. It was kind of fun And i think it'll be a fun game four to it i was. I was trying to happy. I get to You know cross talk about wrestling on the on the game. Show there so interesting I'll meet you it. What i do know is the last two. Wwe to have have Had really troubled development and launch. I don't know if eventually eventually that they've gotten their things together over at two k with the wrestling. But it doesn't sound like it. I i do know for two k nineteen The youtuber matt muscles has a really good a soda. Happen that goes back into the development of what went wrong with two canine gene. Well were they. W they're doing the yuka is has a background of working in the name sounds. Yeah they've done some other wrestling games Some of the older ones that really popular. I can't think of the one he got mentioning at. But i can't think of a And they actually have the they have the developer of Of the game on the on the show thing so it was kinda cool One of the things i was going to discuss. What i don't think she's gonna make it to tonight Was i was looking at light sabers and a friend or somebody is developing one. That's a curve. Till i was gonna ask like what the thoughts were on that. But i don't know that that would really be something on the lights say rating and though i did see that you had been your posting on that about facebook. So yau's looking at at Lightsaber and it was like. It was a curve till but it will look like a tv piece of pvc to me And the fact that they wanted like three sixty five fourteen little high. So i mean you don't know their prices were basically like my ultra sabre that i have Well the one that. I have a one in a raffle. That the one that had their keeps for me in has seen in a while is One that i bought the one that i bought was But eighty bucks absolutely. I'm going to have to work from that. 'cause i got that for painting on for painting a A war hammer set because jeff wanted his game to be pretty so being. Johnny kept working on it. That's a pretty good an exchange. Alex and i kept working on it. Which i don't think jeff noses wasn't because of the possibility lightsaber was because i will. I thought johnny was just gonna stop and jeff will be screwed. Because johnny stopped doing things a lot and if you listen to the show johnny. I'm sorry but. I think you know that that's kind of a true thing. I don't know anyway. Cuss me out later. If you want to know how to get a hold of me. And he's a host of the show. And i get that but still he was the first gas but still I was worried that he will lose interest. Or whatever and so i started helping you know because sometimes when you have two people get the job done better you know and then like because the they was like oh well now seems fair in like. I thought i'd be able to get another lightsaber. But jeff was like well. Now just give you give you the one that you know. You'll me on local of that. I guess i haven't really spent that much on lightsaber. What would or hover. it's funny. Even my mom's money i never i was looking at one and i never picked up like one of the more expensive ones. I was looking at the possibility of getting a Like a kit. That was sounded. And you know all the bells whistles and like rulli well-designed and all that and i didn't buy up to sabres so you know honestly like to me it's like i'm a fighter. Only really need the to sabres. Arlen need the parts for fighting. If you're doing it for like that the game side like i. i don't see the purpose including putting that much money into it unless it actually you know you start going into how it handles and stuff which. I don't know if it gets that intense. You know like speak for the awa game. Yeah do you develop. Her is the one behind most of the ninja. no sixty four titles that are very fond fondly remembered. Yeah that's where. I see numeracy that was it. Yeah i'll have to look more into it. But it saying that they were they were actually behind. Uk k- until two thousand nineteen. So i'm going to have to rewatch that episode of what happened. Yeah they were and then they so. Aws its own wrestling company. So you know. They're trying to do their own thing. Oh no i meant l. per behind it out. There's a lot that went on behind the sino of leukemia interesting. Wwe and i'm trying to say that there's a difference between wb and w on on-time of the people making the new game. I understand not not the wrestling corporation. The game developed. I understand that but trying to say is that there is a difference between the two things right. Yeah there but it's the same developer. But i just need to give them that fog of a bad that quickly so i want to see what they can do. Because you know what you're saying. And i do know that I know that wrestling Do nineteen was so bad that they just decided to not do it anymore. I think that was the case. I i know that oftentimes publishers. I don't know if this was the case with it. Like will make top down decisions like that really make developers just straight up on a walkout because it kills the entire project basically looking to see i am reading some rather positive headlines on it. There's a lot of talk about nostalgia. Good you for the thing. It was so apparently this this interests me. I don't know who it interests anybody else. But i'm kind of thinking about it. I don't know if that will actually work on But you make sure that this is actually Gonna be online. But they're gonna have us cyber tony and space december eleventh two thousand and twenty and the they're actually charging for it was not that much adjoining fifteen bucks and It might not be for everybody. But it's a They're rock band than i've seen here and there and they're a transformer rock band so they're transformers play He's really yeah. Oh man and that that would be the thing to see. And this is a livestream. That'd be a livestream in like know as livestream mertz on face. I don't know how they're going to do it. But i'm interested because that's really close to my birthday. So i mean it's something i could do for my birthday now at eight. They're called the company's called live events. There are whole bunch of now live stream concert stuff going on Like like i had mentioned see on october. On doubles night. October thirtieth i had signed up to For the twisted freakshow experience. Which i had assumed was like an actual live concert which there was an opening by dry by a different rap at group but twist it's was just like okay. Here's a whole winter music videos basically and out. but it's did just get live from Is the name of the company and they do streaming events and it was really well done high-quality production so And i do know that nine just had his livestream concert last weekend as well so and i know that a lot of other artists have now announced concert so hey it's cool that they're doing that hopefully they can do that with the regular live shows when everything goes back to okay as far as going outside. Well when my what i used to do for my birthday is i would sometimes combine the event. Sometimes i wouldn't what i would do I liked to do Just a gaming marathon kind of not really marathon. Just a gaming night like a nerd light and i would bring everybody. You know that. I could and We had a couple of different gain times that we're fun one time. A friend brought a bunch of unglued and we played unglued. We actually had an unglued You did an blue draw. Okay draw draft. We had an ugly draft. Those fun at is actually really crazy to me because action magic. Does things were gone. Yeah so that was fun and then I i've had like quite a couple of times like that. So i don't know what i will do. This time I don't. I don't know if people are gonna wanna come with the compound and hang or not that it'd probably is And and freeze their ass off. That's that's another you know added little value added that i have if you come on down to the compound for member that Also can freeze your ass off It's a of heard it's cold. it's so cold it's a people are like trying to get me a knock it right now because really. Yeah because when. I hit because like i don't have a i have california coats but i don't have like nor far north california codes so like i'm gonna hit there and i mean there's snow with their snow. It's not going to be not. It's not time for the layered. Look you know. It's going to be that goal running jane done. I've already done the cool running. Seen though when i was in new york. Oh okay new york. Jeez because People don't tell you this but when you wait to go see the statue of liberty at very early in the morning. I can't remember what time we were there. It was really early and we were passing around The like the fire packs here hugo and like we have like the gloves. I have like i had a peak. Odom my full suit and These gloves and a hat. That i picked up the ninety nine. And like we're passing around this the little the fire bags but hotak or whatever. Yeah hot pack could actually warm your hands primarily with. So you don't like and what you don't know is like cross by. That is a massive wine. Like it's it's bigger than disney. It's like just a big corral of people is gonna line is just like a big corral and you know people go see the statue and then late more people get on. And that's that's what it is and it's like you're in line for hours and it was freezing. It was so cold and You know there's there's a thing wear. The hotel doesn't have your room ready until three a lot of times and it was one of those so we went. I guess we'll go see the statue today and we hadn't slept like you know we got off the plane pretty much. We're like sitting there just like freezing and it was cold. It was cold and another thing about new york. Those new yorkers. You better move boy. I'm not kidding like los angeles will get that way. But you know it's it's just not the same thing. There's like such an intense purpose with the people walking around in york your new consistently be trampled in la. You could move to the side rex. But you get Mild through in new york. It was pretty crazy but yeah it was. It was cold. So i've been. I've been cold but yeah it's it's going to be colder. I don't know what i'm gonna do one thing. I was thinking about doing and You guys were like no. I don't think that's happening at all. When i was talking about having a desert party in december and then they asked if i i think heather asked. I was high for something like that at the time and i was like. No one wanted to do something. That's probably the case. That's the reality is going to do anything. Where my birthday. Because it's going to be stupid stupid. Covert again. Yeah though. I mean we can. I'm serving forty five. So that's one of the reasons. I'm like on it could be It's one of those even while not even by significant numbers. That's not random why he was important. Coast very important very important. Because that's when i was the answer i still got another six years to go for that. Well depends what you say. I guess yeah that was like a weird threatening statement on the radio kind of thing just goes funny but anyway Move on I've been working on black and white house that being going because i haven't heard much Front for any. W i did hear like i saw you post something on the first day of filming that you said it went. Well yeah so these off right here. This is the this. Is the slate right here of New shows that we were getting film. And i take wild but it's actually It's funny it's overfilled. Where actually going to have. To bounce some sketches. Oh yeah nice But the what's taking so long. Is that you know i'm doing. I'm the only doing the editing and posting the seeds along and Host is most of the work. Sometimes i don't i don't get to my especially if we're talking on time like me amount of time it takes to do post work like i hardly do anything and post in it. Takes dot surprised me. Basically a love. Josh to death. I really do. But he's like But for some reason he suggested that we should have everything grow grow like do chroma key backgrounds. When cool like we can do it post no problem then like yeah. Yeah i figure that out and like he just wasn't catching no saying like i don't. I've never done that. So luckily I talked to my cousin. 'cause i was okay so i i watch how i learn. Everything is like watch youtube videos or in all figured out that way and watch the video on it. And i tried it and i'd be like okay cool so take the dropper and put it on the frame and i'm like the frames not appearing so finally i was like i lost a like all right. I'm gonna ask the internet. So i ask facebook and i was lucky by the way if you like horror wrap something for you my My cousin is a writer director but he does like his actual day. Job is Editing Some sound like he does a lot of different things for different production companies especially like b movie Companies where he gets paid then he is almost never actually. He is never offer to help the project but he's like all. Oh it's premiere okay. Cool cool can i screen share. It is like but i'm on the road right now so as we do now. I'm like okay. I can wait an hour. Make breath women brooklyn's yesterday. Jody till he's a push that tab. Push the tablet open. I'm like oh okay. It's funny sitting. He's sitting on the couch with his beer. Like my gawker all right. You can go the newest busy i knew. And he's he's he's he's more introverted. So i knew he didn't you know released. Wanna hang or anything. But he He does a lot of four does allow of writing. he did he did work on streams. I don't know if you know what that is but it was a you down. And he just recently did black pumpkin he just released it It's it's available in stores or something like that. He said he does a lot of again. He does be movie. Production with with big with some companies. Resign the other side of things. Where i you know do a lot of independent. You know progress. He actually is more attached to from companies and stuff and he He submits his his Scripts for screenwriting. but he's a horse rider. That's what he does all take a look his work. I'm not finding cook. His name is chris chris ruby okay. Awesome h. h. r. u. b. y. In its His his imprint is a ruby inc. I n. c. k. But yeah so y'all go with that We have some. We have some stuff. It's a it's been interesting As has been funny and you guys are still in production right now right. We're post urine post nice. We're posting because of the overlap and because are doing a there isn't one this on abso- coming up but the next episode. There's going to. They'll be a up snow. That means that the the overlap of episodes we don't we don't throw away sketches like. Oh the sketch doesn't fit. I'm not gonna run. I'm just gonna run on the next episode so we may be. I'm not sure. But i think we're extremely close to being on set for a little tiny bit of production for Episode two and i think that mainly most of our production will be episode. Three coming up so it'll be upper so so once at the soon and the thing is since i'm doing all of the post once the other productions have put together or what's the other pieces put together then the next episode will come out fairly quick. We might hold it just all the people. Don't get the wrong idea. Dead serious. Because i don't want people to be like well. You know this up so came out in this episode. Came out so clearly up so come out next. it's like now. We gotta manage some expectation. They're a little bit But just a little bit. But you're gonna are so we're headed production but behind him post right now. Lump sounds go. Look forward to seeing it and we're actually gonna probably have a writer's room this weekend I'll be honest. We were almost not willing to have the episode for a long time because it was looking like i was going to be moving and removing like now so today was the day because as you know like thursday i go back under the needles and then friday will be a packing day and that would have been that and then i would have been like okay. Cool i to do close to my new house. I got to set everything up. Houses gonna work you know. Oh you can't put the computer here yet. You know what i mean. 'cause i don't you know what i mean like. I don't know what i'm working with. How the how things are gonna go so not the thing but luckily It turns out that I'm not moving until next week. And because of that this weekend is going to be a hard day. And hopefully i'll push myself enough to i. Don't i should kick myself in the butt or something. I probably procrastination i. I have other problems. I talked about own. Could talk about a little bit You know. I'm just down. Because i think everybody gets us way when they think and i've i've found this. It's not just a me thing. But i think a lot of times when people move away. They kind of expect people to act a little differently than they do. And generally they kinda don't like a the expectation of kind of the ideal like. Oh you're moving you know everybody's gonna julianne and sad sorrows are whatever. What have you well wishes at you get to the actual reality of everyone's just living their lives like normal and then i go away and the and the thing is it's like i just think about it. I'm going to be seven hundred and forty miles away from here. That's quiet quite the track. Which is why Probably going to need my playstation. Before i i figured as much has been set asides. Okay fair enough. Just hindsight i hadn't even thought about it so honest going there you could play. Yeah doing this week. I'd have been like when we've gotten another like. Oh that's going to be a problem. Well i guess that's a ups have to do. I don't know But it's it's one of those things I don't know it's like and you build relationships with people in your like by the way i'm not gonna be here anymore and they're not really effective and that's kinda hard to take Certainly can see why that would be Fairly hard thing today Trying to think if i've had i've felt that feeling before though i it's been quite a while since i've had like a social group that i've had that kind of formal poll a from though certainly like any sort of time that you're Taking a new journey. Like i can relate to at least the i the feeling of 'cause i was homeless For while and like at the beginning of that track like it kind of feels like you're losing everybody probably in slightly different ways by Right now and you know being being homeless like totally get it. You know. I i got that for sure and like also the weird disconnection I got that a lot being homeless. Because like i would live on campus by a like. Just go through my normal day. Like sometimes i was like you know heather broom. Heather burns know her cancelable. thins For reasons. I won't say that they're wrong or anything by we'll say that the re- like i had no choice. I was homeless. So i had to live and i had to have money coming in so i had to work and i needed to better myself so i was at school so i was doing all three of those things at the same time and sometimes i was exhausted. I have law professor. Say we'll come if you're not you know if you're gonna you know those off my class i'm not having it and i didn't know how to say. Oh okay i guess go You know live on the hollywood subway system. you know. 'cause the shooter said you if you're not gonna be you know participated in my class. It's like okay. Well i guess i'll go. I'll go back to the subway. I'm really sorry you know because people don't know and like i'm not the kind of person the keep making excuses you know but you like say you're homeless. You understand what i'm saying. It's very oh yeah the sea so My thing was that it. It's almost like both the start in the end of a journey. And i definitely can relate to your feelings of sadness and depression and all the automatic thoughts that come with that Win you're just about to take at least you know everybody else is just kinda living their lives and you know especially in the case of moving so far away i imagine you have internalized that quite a bit because seven hundred fifty miles is at a distance from here. Yeah it is and it's funny because this started oddest something where i was like. I was kind of teasing around with the. Because i was looking at like just being made me a nicer place for me in a safer place and then You know it was an issue of you know the this thing is going to stop. You're no longer going to have money coming in and you're going to be in a situation where someone's going to have to say okay. Cool i will wait around for money. And i know that the landlord. Here's not once. I don't know if he'd be willing to do it again. And if he doesn't then. I am once again homeless and the only problem with that is i have acute kidney failure and because of that i can't risk it no liver burden on. That is too high and the risk is too high. And if you've got to say a place there definitely all the reason to go there especially a secure place especially in your situation like i could understand. I'm like someone younger without as many complications. And i don't over speak if she ever. Here's this but like. I honestly think that my cousin will give me more run of the place. Like i think that it will be our house and not you know and you've been an situation. I haven't been in that situation for so long exactly where i can be glow. I can at least be like comfortable and be like well okay. This is definitely her house. But this is still more my acre than it's yours you know what i mean where i actually feel like this is my place and i don't feel like this is a place i am in. But it's not place he he he's eared out. The master of the house is figured i was talking down on him. Get says okay but no so like i think that. That's that's the thing for sure but now there's there's like nice things i've thought about like i thought that when i get a little bit more stable. We had some money in. I could get if i wanted to. I could get a nice tillis then. I could actually look up at the night sky because man. I've so jealous scissors. No lights so absolutely jealous. That does that the rest of it but but no album see. The sky would be nice. Oh the last time. I lived in the woods. I had quite a lot of folks. That were You know when. I lived out in paris. I'm pretty sure. I visited quite a lot and there was a couple times i saw visitors. So that's not something necessarily look forward to and There were some with some spirits. That i had when i was last in that frisco area so i don't know because you know that areas older much older than this area so there's more history more you know folks that have been through or not been through then make it. You know so. I'm sure they'll be all that kind of stuff. That might happen more often than you know. Those happened around here. Oh real time. I have a question for you because i didn't ask you. Did you hear the loud bang on the nights. I think it was now. I saw your post about that. What was up. Like 'cause read really weird. Because i was like there was a loud bang. There's fireball and i'm like and i was. I was talking to josh about Compositing like conversations like this like we're sitting there just chatting and we're talking about compositing so was talking about mark we're just talking about our characters and like different types of styles liked and i was talking about some story. Line that Happened pennsylva- here. An a look at this window right here. Oh looks up pointing over the emphasis. Kobe and and our listeners can can hear can't see that either. But my through my side window online i look and i saw this huge fireball robot. My window and i was absolutely sure of somebody. Just blown a hand cannon right out of my my window and i was worried because in all the tension of the election and stuff i thought maybe someone was just wondering around and tapping people or something and then all the girls were out by the pool. Trying to figure out what's going on. And i'm like thinking there might be a dude sitting there with a piece right outside the window and they're like looking around and like you know and i'm like i really don't like the idea of going out there and getting shot but i'm not i'm not that guy so i actually went out there and i'm like hey and i found out that one of the girls. Her room looked like a bomb. Went off. I guess and then i talked to one person who said that. They heard the same thing and they were wondering what it was. I talked to launch. And she said that she had a verify. But i've heard from no one else. That is verified. And what's weird. Is i looked it up. And i guess since may or something like that there have been these little Reports of these booms and so some people call them sky quakes And i'm like okay. Cool saw wikipedia sky quick. Look it up. It's like some people have reported these booms and they call them strikes is. Where do you love at the pierre things. I'm like i can't. We can't do anything with that. That's repetitive that now it it's ringing some bells. I may have heard something last year. Weeks not so much as to the situation. That just happened the other day. But about some sort of weather pattern that produces some sort of like sonic boom effect. Like i need to speak collecting connecting things in my head. that are willing. It's like it could be a sonic boom. It could be a meteoroid entering like people's don't what they are but they're saying they're hearing him now. I guess what i'm seeing was. I heard it. Maybe something was over the minoan. The horizon or something and reflected on my window. I don't know but the i can't get anybody to Cooperate or tell or anything. Like i've asked people. Did you hear that. You're what and there's a reason. In theory why lonnie might of heard it so i don't know it's weird weird. I did I had no idea anything like that had happened. So and i nothing nothing here. Quiet as usual for this little guy. Grou- ching. He does that he that he likes to do that. All so we did. We did mention mentioned on facebook. I don't know if you if i don't know if you're following me on facebook you probably not but I don't i think i also posted it on the index page that We would be doing either. Gave me fix radio or a show wednesday. We'll be doing this. Show wednesday because i will still be here and then after that i will do the gaming fix radio because basically We're doing a gaming for trio. Were asking mr cheat to come on and do some music. Because there's a possibility that. I may not be completely set up by that wednesday and i want to make sure that you know our listeners. Have something go. Sounds good and i would talk about You know ultimate showdown. But i haven't really heard much about it so i don't wanna say anything without heather here on. We have a couple. Sales always go onto T public slash stores slash gaming fix f. i x. Acts and you will be able to get a t shirt and We're trying to get more t shirts out For the holidays but Looks like there's going to be a couple of those thirteen thirteen dollar Shirts with thirty five percent across the board coming up my gaming picture and we will actually have all of us smith. Yeah i totally will order. The is were done here. Sounds good sounds good. I don't know if i don't know if it's If the cells now. That's why i'm not saying it is but i'll find out a win. That is and then. I'll put those that on the facebook page. But i don't really have anything else and so i'm thinking it's about time to wrap it up. Yeah i have a little cat here. Well not so little cat. He's being demanding now. He's about to start being loud. All right well this has been gaining fix and we will see later achy later. Add fascinate kick. This cowboy i ever saw. Was civilians arranged on first century. Many claimed but eventually the champions the rest other better. 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Mindfulness in Yoga with Boho Beautiful, Juliana and Mark Spicoluk

Mindfulness Mode

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Mindfulness in Yoga with Boho Beautiful, Juliana and Mark Spicoluk

"Mindfulness mode we're gonna actually take a breath and live in be new parents and then we have to find rhythm inside at all. Fenway like we find a rhythm around prince reach new heights of calm focus and happiness here in mindfulness mode with me your host and mindfulness life coach bruce lankford. Hey mindful tribe. I have with me some very very interesting guests who can speak to us about a a vegan lifestyle. They can speak to us about yoga. They can speak to us about so many aspects of fitness and living the good life and enjoying yourself every day. I'm here with blowhole beautiful. And this lifestyle. Brand was founded by juliana spic lock and marks. Pick a lock. And they've done so well on youtube channel. You probably have heard of them. It's great to have you here. Mark and juliana juliana. Are you in mindfulness mode today. Definitely mind how about you mark. that's awesome. Yeah that's awesome well you have. Content centered around yoga travel fitness vegan. Food and self awareness and conscious living guided meditations. We have so much we can talk about today so mark. What does mindfulness mean to you. really good question. I think it's an understanding with yourself. I think it's a it's like an evolution of of presence and awareness Throw you day to day activity in life in general. I think it's just trying having an intention to but deeper inward and outward at the same time right and juliana what would you add to that would definitely add the idea of like what micro saying. I guess would agree to it more than two. But it's the the internal and external awareness of everything that's going on around you and within you and also how we respond to the circumstances that light brings our way and so finding this mindful way of acting through response you know so whatever obstacles or challenges. Life is our way sometimes. That's where mindfulness comes into. Gret greatest practice because you have to be mindful to find that called stillness compassion kindness within yourself to respond to whatever like. There's your way so to us it is definitely a lifestyle. It's it's the way we live and the way we continue to train ourselves to constantly be guided by being mindful of our own actions or responses our awareness and then. We'll guide us all. I wanna talk to you about your plant. Eating lifestyle and your book is called the happy healthy plant based eating guide. So how long have you been eating a plant. Based diet nine years. We've been begin well. Mike was Mark vegetarian twenty twenty five. Yeah and when we that we both went into this new staff to become vegan on yachts nine years now committee was the best thing we've ever done for ourselves for our bodies for health for. I'm are mindful. Awareness will mark what what sort of instigated the decision to go vegan. Way back when that happened. Oh I think again. I think life is about growth. I think that every day the only person we should ever compare those two might be the person that we were yesterday. And if you look at the person you were yesterday and there's been changed or growth or there's always change because we are in a state of change so if you look at it and you feel like you're pushing yourself forward each day on it. It comes with great value. I think when you feel that you're not is when you need to start asking the questions and those questions. I think think that we ask are so back when we decided. I think they were really important to not just Understand how we behave on a day-to-day basis inch eating is a really interesting thing. That we a lot of us would turned into like a a cultural shovellers like we don't think about what we put in our in our inner mouth. We've just really sit down to eat. We're not even conscious or mindful weller. Eaten let alone thinking where came from her. What's in it. We're just shoveling food in our mouth tastes good so it's like it's become a habit a habit and i think that Once we started sort of you know we took our yoga practice into real life. Let me start realizing the connections learning on her matt Work ideas connections. That we could start looking deeper things elsewhere. Not just in our bodies and when you look at your plate you sit down twice a day sometimes. Three how many times some people for in. It's very personal experience in. It's a ritual in in in in. It's one of the few things that you have a choice over that you do on a day-to-day basis because it's your choice. What you put in your food or waiting food you put in your body. I mean the other things you do religiously every day you breathe sleep lee or bathroom like all. You don't really have a choice that but these are things where ever with especially in our culture. the dollar spend represents Ethics you believe in in a way so if you buy junk food you. Don't you know you believe in junk food. you believe. It doesn't matter that sorta your perception of the world. I think we connected deeper with ourselves. We realized that there is a great a deeper connection with sentient beings on this planet that i think goes highly ignored And once we started to connect with the idea of more of enough to get too flighty about a bit like a oneness with the world in a more of an understanding that we're a very small part of a big entity rather than where the center of the universe like. I think a lot of people live in sort of see themselves but don't really consider it act that way. We started to realize that decisions matter. And i think it goes back to like the gandhi coke. We just wanted to live the change that we wanted to see in the world community believe that animals should be treated as subservient beings in the human beings. Don't need to be so clever all the time. Maybe we can actually take a step back and take this evolution that we've been great gifted by the universe that would come to this point and realize that we had different cultures in the past but now we have the ability to define the culture. We wanna to be in a culture of peace love and kindness and and taking care like being truly being like the steward of the earth. We're killing earth every day. We have all the brains all being all the awareness like in comparison to animals but they've lived in essentially leave the ability. Choose so we choose light. And i think that's how we chose and i think like just to add to that it's what we're saying is taking our practice nor yoga practice that we live by on the mat and taking it off the mat and he is a beautiful part of that right ahimsa non violence and to us. It wasn't just you know creating nonviolence towards ourselves or other fellow humans but we took it further towards nonviolence to all sentient beings to the earth to to everything around us. And i think that's definitely believing force on why we chose deliver certain lifestyle and it continues to be and it's funny because with him like the idea of peace and love and very quickly. There was many more benefits. That cable all of a sudden you know like you get better shave much more. Like our vitality raised our energy and wear leaner but we're also felt like they are conscious. Consciousness kind of cleared a little bit of the fog. Went away info. I felt you know he's feel exhausted all the time. I've had a lot of auto autoimmune issues in my life And this has helped me manage. Control those things and i mean. And then you know the consciously speaking. We thought about animals when we win. But then you think about the environmental impact in grade Endless well of benefit to to realize that those decisions are control twice a day. You sit down and what you choose represents kind of what you believe in world wanna see in so that's a beautiful exercise twice a day. It's a little bit of a like if the cloud we're in control we joystick. You know we don't have to fall crap. Yeah that's pretty awesome and and then there's the other side of it to where you know you go into a grocery store and you just see processed foods. Processed foods processed food everywhere. And you realize that. Hey it's all about money more than anything. It's all about money because it's like. How beautiful can you make the product. Look in its package. And how much money can you make by selling that product and it truly isn't usually about how healthy that product is for you. What are your thoughts about process sugar and processed food in general. Well we definitely. I mean we try to avoid that as much as we can. Because same thing it's like we try to eat as close to the earth as possible rates so it didn't grow out of the earth if it wasn't created by sunshine and then all of the elements that we are also connected through then it shouldn't be consumed john you know be limited limited yelich can't say we don't eat it because obviously you know we by certain foods that common packages and that's kind of in our society right. We do our best to eat mostly vegetables and fruits and things like that but there is moments were fine yeah with moderation consciousness. I think i think we recognize the processed foods but we actually did a program Check it out. Our website called the talks because a lot of people ask that question and we put up an entire plant based program together With the seven day meal plans for breakfast smoothies juices lunch and dinner and It's sort of menu videos rescue videos and the whole idea was we needed to show people that you can eat. Wonderful plentiful variant food Ridgewood all kinds of flavors And avoid using processed foods and refined sugars folk to indie sugar is a thing because growing up where we have. It's funny like the awareness of diet awareness food. It's really come only in the last. I don't know ten fifteen years. There's always when people cared as a general understanding that is so recent But which means when we were kids like diet was like twinkies and cola really like sugary cereal. Gave us better things like that. 'cause you see the commercials on tv and the kids. See it in mike. He just like you said it's a profit. Consider just these children. Just go eat all this crap. Which off favorites. Because now because of that i believe that like in in my basal ganglia. I still have all these habit loops programmed in that. When i see something. It's literally programmed in the. I find it almost impossible to not to reach and grab in reaching and grabbing is if the death of so we do our best to not buy anything like that. Because it's such a part of our like our dna at this point you see some you know like you see a bag of chips like he can't. I know it's terrible. But i can't help i can't help reach and grab so we just make sure so decided you know. Yeah exactly and you notice that they're just almost everywhere in a grocery store when you first walk in and on the ends of every al and then there's a whole aisle devoted to them and offer a huge amount of profit that the stores are making from it but it is. It's so difficult to resist. 'cause they manipulated so deeply addiction to like. If you're talking about sugars riley yeah actually physically addicted to it and certainly hard to like drugs. Morphine and cheese. Like that haven't made it. And i always wondered why couldn't drive by a taco bell kit and knock go get a taco bell for been doing chain and then i've never heard that about the cheese at taco bell crazy literally. There's like there what it's called. I shouldn't be mentioned without knowing. But if you look at these part like a part of the molecules. Morphine that they used to do that in the name of it actually is morphing. And everyone's like what is that like. Oh it's a derivative of morphine in cheese like this is crazy. We're set up to fail. It's hard to resist on another subject. You guys have done so much traveling and you've enjoyed your time in different places. What pops into your mind. What are some of the most exotic most amazing most beautiful places that you've traveled to your question. That's a dhakal question i find. It has a few like anywhere. We've traveled every place always has something beautiful to offer whether that is the external beauty of a place but also could be culturally. Are the people that we've connected deeply with them. We gained so much out of that experience. So i i don't know if we can pinpoint one woman labor but We really loved borneo in malaysia. Because it's just a tiny little island hang on a second. If the second big we went to a tiny island off yes. But i remember. Yeah off of borneo. There is a tiny island visited and wiz. It was so beautiful because not only was the most beautiful islands the white sand and crystal waters like the whole picturesque keno. Tropical beach landscapes. But it was also like they were these Local people that live on these islands village and these people were so welcoming or and they have like the have cows round the beach on the beach arab. We were shooting video. I'd like some man came up to us and at first we thought. Oh no you'll be mad. We're on our shooting something because sometimes you never know who can get a lot of weird. People that are very protective of their media. Spoke any english and you kinda like sign. Language is way to communicate with us. The he invited us to come out a little picnic with him. Next calm treat bureau and like shared like some. He had homemade wine politely declined. But just a gesture of it. And i again like it was like we felt so welcomed on throw Loved by this community and just being foreigners tourists manfredini meant many. It's meant to accept the island. It's a beautiful little. Yeah it was crazy. The island of borneo in malaysia is beautiful dislike the most beautiful beaches and waters in behind untouched. I think that's something that was really special to us. Also i think it was special because it's it's being burned to the ground for palm cam fields by the malaysian government. At a at a rate where like in twenty in twenty years. There's going to be much of the nat- lake both ends ecosystem in the world and most of it will be gone in that you know by twenty thirty twenty three hundred sad so it's really nice to be able to go there and learn about that commitment videos about that which is really important. We fell. We saw like if they have like wonderful animal. Sanctuary there because there's so many animals there selena that have been subject to just like having their ecosystems torn out from under them Tanks are almost gone. And you know people they you know we knew this but that it takes to go there and you see it and you hear about it and you're you're grieving it realize they're actually almost gone and it's crazy because actually insane and like doesn't even make any sense. Nobody nobody can do anything. 'cause there's this eat this economy. That always comes first this thing. We built natural league. We build it in the greatest religion on the planet. Everybody's just like obsessed with the cannot affect the economy but it was also an interesting thing you know taught us a lot about like palm oil because before that we really had no idea like what palm oil what it was in like how terribly it was. He knows for them to export it from the environment and so that was a huge thing for us to even just exposed to because it it taught us a lot in and we also wanted to share that with our community with other people so there's more education awareness about because there's definitely like different ways you can avoid buying products of palm oil or anything like that burning if anyone's interested there's actually unhappy. You can scan barcodes now. Yeah not pamela. Always a really beautiful. So it's one way that people can start to not contribute to that industry of on deforestation of rainforests for leaves of palm oil so The positive side of it was. I would say that was probably one of our favorite places just because of the many different aspects that we went through an experienced. But you know yeah but there's been so many been sell any other ones such a blessing to be able to do what we've done And before govan especially now that we don't even know who ever be able to again But to be able to just go and see the world in a state you know. I'm sure if we do travel again it's going to be under much different circumstances especially to a lot of the the places where we seem to be drawn to which is more on raw on undeveloped in touch on coached. Almost anything goes places are being hit hardest. Her favourite countries cambodia. Like i can't get imagine because he was in poverty destitute when we were there the people were wonderful so happy in it was unbelievable again so crazy to see in the world people that have the least are usually the kindest and that have the most to to offer their positive energy in cambodia was living breathing example event. But now i can't. I can't even imagine it. The the amount of tourism the kept them alive at that point like now. What like it's gone. I think that that sucks. Because i think we need. We never really thought about that as first world countries that have decided that. It's you know past time to spend our middle class money to go to these places like spend the week can experience it and leave and so that we built these economies again. That are like that. They all rely on tourism and we never expected something like this happen and now i don't know like it's candidate magic. Canine much and what are your thoughts on cova. Do you mentioned if we ever are able to travel again to that extent. Do you really feel like it's going to impact our world that much that we may not be able to travel the same way we could before we yeah. I think it's. I don't think things will ever go back to how we were before. Then like it's here. I i see it as you know whichever way you look at it from which direction it is. A virus is just like the flu. Or whatever extreme of it. But you can't just completely eradicated or you know maybe with vaccines that claiming they will but if you don't know the can't or else they would have cared by. It's like it's not going to help it's going to you know maybe protect you for some but i mean it's it's a really weird thing because i think we've come to this understanding very recently. Actually that there's so much counter information and there's so many people who've dug their heels in on this is what it is what it is into. This is how it's gonna work this that and most of them are really obsessed with the idea of going back in time to whatever. This normal is. But i feel like when i hit. I really felt this way. And it's taken me eight months to come back to it that there's a true lake. Beauty beauty is chaos theory underneath this meaning like we live in this crazy universe and anything can happen but we're still stuck into this rigid idea. What normally and that it's safe you know combs Fear we all existing the society until twenty twenty january and then chaos happens chaos. We're just lucky it hasn't been happening. But it hasn't many of the forums but at any point like there's no sure thing for anything in this crazy existence that we're all dealing with what's interesting now is interesting reflections when how about that the other day and came back today and i thought about how much chaos there is Right now with all the information. Everyone wants to have an opinion. Everyone wants to know because it makes us feel better makes us less fearful. I think that we know even if it gives us great anxiety because we believe that you know it's the worst thing in the world they don't we. Don't leave our house. That's terrible as well or if you feel like it's you know we're being oppressed in. Were you know. Our freedoms are being restricted. But that makes you feel better because you have a stands if people around do you believes in how crazy is just the end of the day like there's no answer and i think the sooner you can surrender to the idea that it's probably never going to go back to normal. They like theoretically if you look at it from rational point of view like like chew saying like vaccines aren't going to help the can't they're not gonna let it like having a little card. It's the bill gates wants to put nothing marches around so we can get on planes and they can know exactly what we've had what we have in those with what we haven't that's probably not going to help and neither is doing nothing because here your chaos and i mean maybe a year or two or three. Maybe they'll find a way to like whether it is do some sort of system where you know rapid testing or whatever it'll be to allow behold feel like they can lease continue moving forward. Go to concert. Everyone has to take a reference. But they're definitely i find will always be changed now. They're always you know even like for us right now. We're about lead to costa rica in like two to three weeks and even this process has been very difficult because you know outside of flights canceled constantly here and there. It's like rules keep changing. Its costa rica. required you to have a kobe test. Negative kobe test to enter the country within seventy two hours. Two days ago they actually starting november. I you will need it and the next month will start having another thing and it's like every single month something changes and i when we started being impacted by it was really frustrating. I'd like you have a sense of stress and anxiety that you feel overcoming kenya. Because you're like you've set your mind okay. This is how the system's going to work. And then we pull the rug under you and now lee thinks change and so i think right now at this point we've kind of breath and we surrender for like we're just gonna take it day by day and let things unfold the way they do. Just do our best to be in the middle of it. All in a mindful way recognizing that normal is this moment like it's not eight months ago it's not the culture we had from nineteen whatever until twenty twenty like. That's not normal. That was what it was then. And in a mindful way in spirit of this show i think Like that normal is just this and it will change tomorrow just like everything and nothing ever can travel back. Nothing could ever go back. We can get younger things that break fix. You know things that grow can shrink like it's just everything is in a constant state of of movement and change and so normal is just where you are in the moment and i think when you surrender to that it's chaos in itself but at the same time it's the true freedom and peace can be the only true freedom and peace when you're not gonna yourself. I think that's how it is in pretending you know can be found from like complete surrender just being like okay. This is where we are. It's and it's weird. It's a weird thing. Never expected this weird. Yeah so unexpected into a good answer. I wanna talk about your meditation practice. What does that look like amid. I mean it's always in combined with a yoga practice. It's you know we always tried to find time at the end of our practice on the mat to find that stillness. And i think recently in the last couple of months we've had to find more and more time and energy to actually find. That still hasn't been harder than usual state of ofcom. And everything's going well like it's much easier to just sit in fine that that grounding whereas when you feel like we're talking about big chaos going around you everywhere. It creates more of a challenge but it's also strengthening our practice in that way as well because that's the hardest time is defined that stoneless when your mind is jumping around a hundred things you know and so for us It's been part of our life and part of our practice in it making sure we find even if it's ten ten minutes sometimes in the morning to to just sit and breathe and you know whether it is practicing a particular method of meditation or whether it's just sitting and watching your thoughts and being the watcher of those those kind of stepping back from you know being the drivers in the driver's seat but it's been crucial especially dealing with a lot of challenges. We put ourselves through a lot this theory to like. We've done more videos than we've ever done. Removing juliane is pregnant. we're expecting in january. We're moving to costa rica in the middle of it. We just finished launching our apps. We we haven't been kind to our. I guess our mental Traffic state through last night. Kobe time period. And i think that's made the practice more hot and cold at times. I think sometimes like when your intellect when we're launching something cycles in eight days was binding avance out on your matt. What am i doing it. I mean that's part of meditation practices a hole in anything as a whole. Is that falling away. Only opportunity to come back and into that. That's what it's all about so when we come back always that missing piece to re reconnect Grounds much needed. And i wish we did it every day. I wish i could say we've been doing it every day for this long chant. Like it's just like life is life is tactic effectively but also fine for us or meditation. Practice is in just sitting on the mat in gel lessons. also lauded immersing ourselves in nature. You're very lucky to be on the cougar island. Right now where we're surrounded by many places of a forest and ocean so you know we walk our dog twice a day and those we really want big hike to yan every day and those are always a moment where we can just go into nature and her falls to the side and read and in a way. It's like that type of walking meditation. You know will you. Just wear your surroundings for your also. Allow yourself to find that grounding with mother earth and in your external things around to that. I can say we've been doing now. You'll have cars which may be what's funny is you have left with your mom when aromas visiting last week and so all of a sudden end the dog only underdog too and i was like what do momentum and i had to go out the force make one. I cannot do this because it has. I think that is a practice has become even more of a rock in her life than actually just sitting crosslegged on the monitoring her. Yeah because it. It's a beautiful way to humble yourself. No one you can just sit down on the earth. Close your eyes take a deep breath and just feel that fresh air coming into your lawns like you. Just feel yourself present truly aware of everywhere that you are right now and that sense of presence humbles you because you feel small in a way in this big forest roundabout huge trees from a beautiful and reminds you of from the forest and the trees have been around your way before we came around and they will be here way after we leave it that idea right there as well as very grounding and very humbling. Because you're like you know in your mind you can really you create everything all the troubles in your life. Like you're the you're the center of at all but then when you put yourself in an environment where you don't feel like you're the center of the universe. It's very very relaxing and humble you can bring you back to so many valuable pieces of you can get so lost in the noise in there staring at the start of sitting in a forest. Yes i want to ask you about your dog and how you dog is added a level of mindfulness to your life. And are you taking your dog to costa rica. yes we are. Yeah we definitely are taking a dog to costa rica. and he's actually he j- i want. I think what's really interesting about. The dog. need to take off set. The stage is that in a way. I mean we've had this dog except he's having a really hard year. It's been terrible. Actually one of the hardest things ever gone through because he's he's terribly sick but he's a fighter but the thing about prince is when we talk about his life because it's coming to an We realized that we actually all our entire. Mindfulness practice in intern. Everything we've talked about in this conversation from going vegan to starting boho beautiful like starting we. I think we can single like find. We can single out. In point that one factor in the chain of events that had led her life to this point was prince was her dog. Wow and it's it's so humbling. Because he's just a dog and but then you realize he's. He's everything the reason why when we got prince we actually living in toronto time In a big city and he was the first reason begged goddess out to nature for the first time before we had him when we're constantly like never made time to do that. You know like an hour to go into a fair sized so many. Am being see things to take care. Turn away so when we got him and he was. You know he's a big boy so he require. He had a lot of energy when he was younger too so we really need to get his energy out everyone. We took him to every behavioral coach would just like you're gonna have to walk them two hours morning because he just had so much intellect by him a treadmill or walk him two hours more like all right. We know we started doing. Not and security. Was the reason that goddess reconnected with nature and then through that as well because of his need for expressive energy away. Even when we would do solo walks with him We both started using that time and embittering our our minds so we would be listening to different podcasts or inspirational speakers or audio books or anything that started to really shift the way we looked at the world around us you know listening to different thinkers that are still on some of the most biggest. Inspirations in our lives and it was because he gave us that time to find in our day to step away from everything and learn and educate ourselves and mercer cells in different ideas that we never would have found time to do that and so outside of just reconnecting with nature but also giving us the space to educate ourselves in dive. Deeper into our own self exploration was what combined help us start next chapter in her life such as boho beautiful to to face our fears of starting a project that we thought about and talked about for years before these were fearful to actually press record on that camera for the first time and so you know and then once. We laughed toronto. He he's been buyer side whole time other other than when we go overseas normally went to southeast asia. He's not tired to bring a dog his allies gonna ask about that. You'd stay in calgary with my mom for those few months that we will be gone but anytime back. Obviously we've come back for him in canada we would. Yeah yeah i think he was. Always the reason that brought us back to canada otherwise we would have probably stayed for years in travel than hopped around. But we missed when he's our family so we would always come back to him and spend summers together and now You know as we're considering to do this war whereas we're doing this big move in our life to costa rica and also in his age in the state that he's in right now. It's not one of those things but like oh we'll just leave him with my mom for a few months and combating like no. Don't like this time or not. We don't getting apart from many more. He's gonna come with us until his time comes. You know because we really don't know what time is coming role dizzy. He's actually only eight during nine. He'll turning nine. Which is like very age. Iranian dog for a rottweiler He's got terrible she. I issues like in his stomach and Underlying causes that no specialist to target which is really. It's been terrible so it started out. They always cut gi issues. Or oh it's just this is the inflammation there's so many issues down there and anytime we test moved on a law. It always comes back. You know. he's he's lost a lot of weight and he doesn't look like the same dominant that he was a year ago but at the same time he still his quality of life has really seared is still there like he loves walks. He plays he eats. He sleeps so as long as she can have that quality of light in all the love for us. We're going to stand by him from going until he decides that it's time well. It sounds like you're planning on settling in costa rica for some time. Is that right. You plan to stay there for quite a while. Yeah i mean we're going to have a baby there and we have a place of their that we rented and we'll see i mean we'll definitely come back in the summertime back to canada because costa rica gets to it's rainy season like mid late summer. Monsoon so you know. We're going to skip the rain again and come back to canada because we love canada in the summer is very beautiful out here. So yeah and then we'll probably be going back and forth alive by costa rica's actually been a place that we've constantly been back to for the last eight nine years since we've been together it's just been one of those places that drakensberg outside of like all the beautiful places we talked about earlier. It's like there's so many in the world of costa rica to us. There's a different energy which feels more like home. You know maybe because we do have a lot of friends air but also there's just something about this place that anytime we come back to Don't wanna leave and so we figured why not follow our hearts and go where we feel our minds and our bodies thrive most. How do you think having a child will change the level of mindfulness in your life or do you think it will add to it. What do you think it'll do. How will it affect your mindfulness trying not to have any expectations. We have no idea what to expect. This is her first day. We don't and everyone has an opinion every person that we talked to. Oh some summit lake live in crazy like your life gonna get nuts in another avenue Things which there's Drastic opinions every day. We talked to us with and head. Some beautiful thanks to from some mothers saying how a child will make you look at life from a different perspective. Because it's going to actually make you stop and look at the butterflies and minus wonder in all the little things that we don't notice right now as we pass on by. You know i look at it you know. We have nephews and nieces and just you know seeing how they have been raised and like they're all and curiosity with little things in life and it's so beautiful and so. I think that our child is probably going to be a great teacher for us. Which is amazing. Because i clear very curious already and we're already very slow paced in like reconnection in finding the deeper deeper value through nature itself in all of this so if that is the case that's so exciting to be like we're gonna go even further so hopefully but again. i think the thing is kinda like the krona virus. It just don't want to have an expectation of writing Because it it could be anything you know so. Just let's see. Oh coz code incredible experience for my wife and i and Just it was just amazing and even though a few people said oh your life is going to change in all. Have a rough time when he's two or when he's four whatever. It was just beautiful every single year. Every single moment was just absolutely incredible and it still is and how children develop have just have one and he's he's now nineteen so yeah he's he's amazing it's great to have him around and we're just so so happy to have had him Because it was a beautiful experience. I wanna ask you if you ev- either one of you have ever experienced bullying in your life. Because i always ask a question about this. Is there any story that either one of you has pops into your mind. Where maybe you were bullied in your business or in your life. Somehow and we're mindfulness would have made a difference wiping creating endless stories of bullying in everyone's life. I'm gonna hurt his for sure. Sure i think both listen. Our childhood definitely own that but even taking into the present moment. I need bullying in business. You know our life is very public than u2. We and we like to share our experiences in our raw excels These days were trying to do that. Even more and of course with that comes many different feedbacks out so much positive africa from our community which is amazing. But you know from time to time. Of course there is naked city that will. Yeah and and that's definitely been such a great test of mindfulness. Because i think he was talking about the other day no you can have hundreds and hundreds of positive comments people just pouring their love to you and they'll be that one comment that one person that just decides to say something nasty and then your mind just goes like manages focuses on this one individual. Where like you don't even think about hundreds of other positive comments that are coming our way and it is such an interesting thing to be aware of because you know i struggle with ousted. Why would they safe You'll have to really practice like to pull yourself out of that state. Because they're winning right like that comment. That was their intention is to hurt you or to pull you into that negative energy. And they've done it because now we're sitting there thinking about it and wanting to respond. Or what should we say back. Or how could they accuse us or think of as it's not true you know whatever it is it pulls you into that. Negative fate is really interesting phenomenon. And it's something that we are always and juliana. I think maybe it's a little more frequent than myself. And that's why i deal with most of the comments because it's a hard. It's a hard thing it's not just about skinned it's about being conscious a have your guard up at all times in the second to get through a bunch of negativity. But if you're just having an off moment or you're not mindful about how you're ingesting the words that are reading on the screen it can get right through any armor and it's this really interesting phenomenon. Where like we're just wired in a way where you know whether we're seeking validation or social approval or whatever it is but to have an adversary all of a sudden appear out of the fog and you're and there he is. She is just like all of a sudden like this weird thing takes over and it can drive a person matt and i think for anyone. That's doing any online it has. You can't run from it. You have to have to learn what tactic you need to digest it property so that you can just walk away has to be water on your back like ducks back. Because if it's not it really does have the power. I've heard people jordan peterson. Talk about like yes. Greatest minds for today's age be struggling in in. He'll say like takes one end like and then people like joe rogan. They don't even read the comments. You know what i mean like. He won't even go there. i don't have. I don't have the structure. This so ineffectual. People all walks of life and mindfulness is the only way to to beat it. I think for us. Sometimes we have to delete it because if it just like if you constantly keep seeing it and you just have to get it out on your visual sense and move off you know. It's like that I always have this beautiful visual analogy. I've heard car toll talk about once it was about you. Watch two ducks swans. And the ponding they fight and they have an argument and then once they're done they kinda swim away and do a little shake. Shake it off on the majors. Continue to swim peacefully. And so i. Sometimes when i find myself getting into this like in inside myself into this fighting mode where i get angry and frustrated. I have almost remember that story and swim away. And just shake it off and delete the message or just close the computer. Whatever i have to do to remove myself from the situation and just direct focus onto what's positive whether it's the positivity from all the hundreds of people there or maybe it's going up to nature and just playing with my dog or reconnecting myself like whatever i feel. I need not moment. I have to constantly remind myself that because otherwise it will eat you. You can't you can't. Will you know what i mean like. I totally know what you mean. And i'm so glad to have this conversation because you're right you can get just hundreds and hundreds of positive comments and and then it's just that one that can you imagine. I keep thinking of what wayne dyer said. You know like someone else's opinion of you is none of your business. And you know when i first heard him say that i thought about it so much that what do you mean. Like the other person's opinion is none of my business and that goes for positive or negative. Any talks about it a lot or he. Did you know in in his different. is different blogs. And things you talk about that and that really meant a lot to me to think about that. Because i've done so many live performances and presentations and yeah. I would get like many many many many positives and then that one person that would say something negative. I'm like oh my gosh. Why does this affect me. He's like you're saying it's crazy. Yeah i think it's important to how you said like positive as well because i think Buying into the negative can be just as hard on you as an individual as buying into the positive. Then something else like. It's great to have positive reinforcement. I mean it's encouragement. It's an inspiration motivation but all when you need it to being into to access those kinds of lists from it. And i think that's something else. We've really tried hard to understand when someone saying something. It doesn't change how we try to be software. Mindful that it won't change. who leaked see ourselves. But we see that's how they see us and respect that don't buy into it either. Know otherwise i mean that's how people got so he put yourself on a pedestal. And you feel like you're something more than you are an equal takes over and run by your ego to on either side has abide open door to take you in a direction that is definitely the opposite of mindful and it will serve no benefit in the end. So that's something that i think we've we've really you know when we started bo- beautifully till the story a lot these days but When we started the first night we put video online. I remember like we were always talking about how we can't let this affect us in any way because we've come to this place we know. There's this journey ahead of us. We have a road to walk. We have to be as clear minded and grounded through this journey wherever it takes us as possible so it no patients at all. Remember that night lying in the dark in We have the conversation of the matter. Which direction is goes to always remember that moment and that sentiment positive or negative however a ride and i think coming back to that has been a really huge sort of touchstone for the two of us whether it's when things are happening when terrible things happening to just realize that those are just definitions of things that are happening that we're putting labels on those things and if we can just understand that it is what it is. We're going to just continue to what we should do. That's all it really matters A great tool for us to just sort of took stay steady on course mark. How has yoga changed your life every way possible every every every possible way. It's brought me back to like core. Who i am that i think got lost by society telling me for years of who i should be in in in that return Brought me bat. Lego saying it's probably back to the start of a journey which i was diverted from a truly believe From all kinds of cultural influence industry like social influence In trying to figure out what this all this experience in sort of bringing back to zero in it's allowed us to start again in a way in not always born again or any of that kind of like it's not as melodramatic that sounds. It just means that. I was able to learn to get rid of the law of the baggage and then start journey to give it to the rest and at the same time for your vote what this actually means to me. Not what it means. Everyone else that they're telling you should juliana. I wanna ask you what has been the biggest challenge as you've moved through this journey with boho beautiful. I can think about it. I mean. I definitely would say going back to the conversation. We had was being putting myself our personal life than everything that we are to the public and Surrendering to the fact that not. Everyone's going to like you. Not everyone's going to connect with your message. Your what you wish to share and even dealing with that kind of negativity that may come with. It has definitely been a personal challenge for me like we were saying like. I don't even read the comments. Sometimes because i i know that it affects me really deeply because everything we do in the classes that we share is so close to our hearts minutes. Everything that comes from here so you know anything that comes back that could be with the intention to hurt you or to just pull you down to that. Negative state has been definitely a good a big challenge of just over general but just being online. You know putting our life online But also i would say at times. I find the challenge here. Is you know bowe. Beautiful has become what we are. It has become our life to a whole new degree which is amazing. because it's we live and breathe it. You know there has been no separation like we. Don't go and do what we do and then come home and kind of turn ourselves saw like always on always thinking about her business about content about how we can be more in how we give more and i think a big challenge has been finding that space to separate it to find time for myself like to find time from my own practice to find time for my own moments to just read or reconnect with myself even though we talk about it in preach and encourage everyone to do it but there have been moments where were so consumed with the amount of work and never ends right like the videos are constantly have to be created in put out. There's always a new project or working on that. A big challenge is to find that place where like you have to stop for a moment and come back to yourself and do need it for yourself. That's definitely been a challenge. What we've been getting better at it too. We always you know when we take those moments in nature or will take time to time like a full day off where we go even harry potter often but something like a new day of consistently. Were not opening our phones. Our laptops were not reading anything out that like. We're truly disconnecting our brains from boho beautiful just being to human beings on this planet with our dog you know at times. We're gonna do this sunday for only like once before. I think you're right you nailed it. It's probably one of the biggest struggles. Yeah it's it's finding that balance but not to sound like no we're victimizing cause. We love what we do that. That challenge comes when you find a tree passionate your life being. You know everything that we've created and we continue to provide over. Beautiful is true passion. We love it every single day. Otherwise we wouldn't be still doing it. We love it right because there's a lot of hard work in a lot of time and energy that has to be put into it so sure Yeah it's it's been Biggest blessing in our life. But now it's about finding the balance in you know. I think what's exciting also for us in this new chapter is having a baby. It's it's gonna force us to slow down a little bit later. Abc's doing january and we're already like we're gonna tell everyone like our whole team january where you're going to be a little more. Mia like we're going to actually take a breath and live and be new parents and then we have to find any rhythm yard at all like we find a rhythm around prince like he has law demands. Their life recognized that. That's only a fraction of what's going to happen. Once we insert another human into our life. That's exciting to you. Because changes like changes changes for the good into like to know that a chapter closes in a new one we get to write and we to shape it and mold and turn it into whatever. Serves that time the best that it can. There's a really exciting thing to turn that incredibly exciting incredibly exciting as we move forward. I wanna ask you five. Quick answer questions so i just kind of go back and forth between the two of you So the first one is this who is one person juliana who has influenced your mindfulness practice. There have been many but it's can't tap of my head of lucci muji grucci. He's someone i've been reading and looking up to a lot these days and is there a favorite book that he wrote. You would recommend. He's got many. I've actually been more Listening to his sought sang's and has podcasts. So you can just stop if you go on his instagram. I think it's just muji official spelled m. o. j. i He's got tons of workshops in series that he puts online and he does a lot of sayings in In india and people used to travel back before the cova tanks to seem banal. He's turned it all online and he's just just the way he explains in sees the world has been so inspiring to me. And i yeah. He's a great teacher. My life right now cool mark. How has mindfulness affected your emotions. It's tommy the value in a well. Thought-out response versus a reaction in reaction. I find comes from a place in you. That is very driven by emotional Sort of frequencies in your body where i think response in thinking taking a breath nine from this i think that I think that represents a true authentic reaction rather than some kind of just lake. Weird human instinct. So i don't know i feel of even juliana. How has breathing become a part of your mindfulness practice now. It's been a huge part of my mindfulness practice. Because it's the one tool that allows me to ground myself. Anytime i feel like i can't get a hold of my emotions or my reactions or my thoughts on practicing different Breathing techniques like the three part breath or the giant breathing. Wim hof even off. Yes all of that is allows me that conscious awareness of we bring in more prominent that life energy into myself into my body into my being which reminds me. I am in control of that energy as well so coming to a nice breathing technique. Even if it's for a minute or two whenever the mind gets a little bit out of control has been one of the greatest tools in my life mark. Could you recommend a book. That's related to mindfulness. And a new earth eckerd yeah. It's a great book favorite bucks. Actually that's one of my favorite books too. I just i remember a few years ago. I was in this used bookstore in this book just seemed to call my name you know and i thought I wonder what it is with this book. And i took it home and i was just so entranced. Y- book it's wild. It's looked finds you and you're ready. I think it really is when we found it too. I was like. I'm really gonna read this like i was at that stage of my life like it's called a new earth like just sounded like this is not me. Somehow we do that like yeah and it it at the same time. The beginning of all this was a massive piece of flake. We are ready to start thinking about that. Abboud existence and consciousness from it from secondary position rather than juliana singular. Being in the driver's seat in that book was the single tool that allowed us to start accomplishing. Yeah well my last question is about an app. And i know juliana you mentioned about your apps. So i'm i want you to tell us about that and if there are any other apps that can help with mindfulness now we just recently lost three weeks released our officials oh beautiful it's a streaming platform and apso and It contains you know every every single piece of content. You've ever made so yoga. Meditations fitness even are blogs where we talk and discuss different topics and podcasts. That we kinda do on our all end just ideas that we love to share with our community so we were able to put it into a beautiful format where people can watch without any commercials or distruptions and the app allows you to also schedule a whole month or week or whatever you need from art classes that people can really create their own beautiful schedules for themselves to follow Has been a beautiful project that we're very proud of that. We were able to release and yeah people can find it by just fine. Beautiful dot tv nov information as their So yeah that has been part of our host six months chretien before. We don't have a lot of but yeah in regards to apps that we use for mindfulness cell phone. I'm trying to think right now. I would say there is a beautiful app called commun- we've make a wooden was beautiful. They have they have yoga classes but the also have many different speakers in different courses and things for people to dive into on different subjects. And i think that's beautiful a tool to use for whatever Anyone seeking their life. Because there's a lot officer And happy cow. Happy care for us. 'cause it house estee mindful about him actually wondered options everywhere. We go the honestly. I don't know what we would have done in the last four years. He's at everywhere all over the world. Come back to find the highest vibrational. Lena tell us more about happy. Because i don't know that it's just a it's like the world database of vegan restaurants. And that's what. I thought you were for me in vegetarian. And mike healthy food. Like so whatever's leading grocery restore. You would just like the city that you're in the open and it'll show you all the grocery stores drops slate liens restaurant or anything hoped her. I would be like just like high vibrational. Businesses are one way is driven by actually wonderful team. Donna california and we know we spend some time with them actually when we first started when we're doing our tour which was really cool and but i think it's what school of a meeting them like sort of being principal It's been such a vital piece of like like we're saying bring our plate is a very very Huge part of mindfulness and helped us like really seat The different experiences of trial kinds of different foods and no matter where we are. And it's wonderful user generated database to so all kinds of good reviews that you can rely on it And it's just a really. I don't know if anyone stuck somewhere. And they don't know where the eat they ingest. Find a good place to healthy place free. It's like it's better. We've probably more than he's like apple maps. Whatever it's great that's awesome. I'll put all of this information in our show notes at mindfulness mode dot com and your website boho beautiful dot life. What can we expect to find there. Just the the home base for the ecosystems. They didn't like he can. Stream are videos from there But you can also but like you can look into our premium programs like talk further. We're talking literally our buck. In our book of their sales there. We actually have tons of other programs. That were very out of that. We created over the last four years. You know anywhere from like fitness programs to even did a bogue beautiful retreat last year. Which was a home retreat for people to embark on which we even. It was perfect now with cova times people earning money and go to yoga retreats abroad. They're able to experience something similar to that in the comfort of their own home. So we have you know retreat us on there. So there's there's tons to to search and look through and enjoy yeah. We don't we post blog sometimes but not a lot. You know but there's also this newsletter sign up to you can get some books for free through an actually which is just our way of introducing you to the ecosystem. But it's just sort of the hub in. It's kind of like it's not. I don't know that it has everything to offer nothing unique at the same time because it comes from all places in well. It is so great to connect with both of you to truly mindful people who are living the life walking the walk. You know it's just great to connect with you and thank you so much for being on mindfulness mode today. Thank you for having us. This has been such a valuable. Yeah it's to to die into the past the disconnect with somebody that shares the same values. It's near now. These kinds of moments are always you know high undervalue list. Thank you so so grateful. And and congratulations on Coming up for you being new parents and all that excitement. Moving to costa rica. I'm very thrilled for you. Okay bye now. Hey mindful tribe. 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Hour 2: Weekend Observations

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

34:20 min | 2 years ago

Hour 2: Weekend Observations

"Dan lebatardshow podcast is brought to you by the capital one assist in the catchers things that might look wrong with their credit card says it alerts you you're voting helps you fix what's in your wallet capital one dot com for details stu gods hasn't had a microphone in a while so he just said i have a healthy dose of weekend observations cramming dear things in about two minutes so they're not weekend observations they will be the funniest thing news and insights of stu gods since the last time you had a microphone dsp and radio is presented by progressive insurance small business protection just got easier with more than thirty coverage options available progressive has has you covered more progressive commercial dot com guests on the dan lebatardshow appear via the shell pennzoil performance line here's your sportscenter update francisco savelli says that he is done playing catcher after suffering his six concussion back in may and helps the pirates kim moving somewhere else in the infield christian yelich has dropped out of the home run derby do delayed back issue we is in replaced by matt chapman v8's yell at you as a thirty one home runs before the allstar break he's the first guy to do that since pools in two thousand nine i called him a slap hitter but who is matt chapman at finally ohio izzy horny a state in america for all the latest headlines and information tune into sports center on espn radio all throughout the day i put it on the poll gear mo is ohio the horny as a state in america i just told you was chris had a good theory anjelica backing out of the all star game home run derby so yesterday the reds i don't know if you saw they were playing with sleeveless jerseys and they all look jack like the ones that didn't were wearing sleeves 'cause they don't show up their arms but boy gray oh my god theatric looked incredible they redo did that like that predator shot where it's two guys like holding art they look dietrich knows any chicken someone else number twentyone they have like names on their jersey so it's hard for me i dunno number twenty one reds the reds but they looked great so i was looking king up because i'm a weirdo i was looking at the see what the home run derby jerseys would look like the oil up arms oh yeah yeah yeah yeah intercourse putting a suntan lotion on everybody just so someone's got him i don't even think it would look i think it was baby oil i remember having a conversation sation with someone and they were like you know they're gonna get sunburned if they're doing that i'm like that is really reckless without risking skin cancer something about putting oil just to look good any we've derailed here so let's get back to the jersey so i would let me also last week like i said a healthy healthy dose of stu gods week and i don't want to go and here so i was looking up the home run derby jerseys because i'm weird and i care about things like that and i was like wait a minute teaser sleeveless and this is before i saw the red sleeveless jersey sources telling chris tonight they're doing the charges against the home run derby like that's why you're backed out he doesn't want people to see his arms which i think could be a thing i mean he's got some power but we would all agree doesn't look you know the most like much strapping put it on the poll gamble did yell at you backed out of the home run doesn't want anyone to see his arm i'm chris cody time now he's got this weekend observations indians five four still god's sheri's getting notes no one in maybe i will tell you what happened better than my voice to the weekend observations brought to you by vivid seats need to do a game download the vivid seats app and enter promo code champs at checkout the get ten percent off your first order don't buy just any seat get a vivid seats then ten days ago we had no idea who she was ten days later we all know who she is she is cocoa golf and make no mistake about it usa women's tennis is back and black mcdonald's and she just lost a step by step mcdonald serena still so black also mcdonald's fries never disappoint the wrong team is fighting for equal pay vail colorado we got lots of jobs and lots of money it was odd driving around denver wondering why all these companies had a horse endorsing that then i realized it was just jot out what what is that what do you mean about what happened there i have no idea how i got that since nor mcdonald in a dead horse we have a rule in my house whenever we approach or pass a mcdonald's add someone in the car says fry time we automatically pulling an order fries you never know when these times liquor last tuesday at three thirty pm central time del colorado was one of those todd fry time and they were good though is the milkshake at the marijuana legal this you're where they're not on central time in colorado row whatever time it was it's three thirty whenever times on their own wedding is prime time everyone is legal topics a boy international only only thing separating them is a half game in the standings and horrific three hundred and thirty million dollar contract and that half game belongs to the national bryce harper ports in the majors in strikeouts one hundred and sixty in the majors in batting average fifty six in the majors in opie as however he does leads the league in two major categories are why rock years remaining on a contract with thirteen in everett money remaining on a contract with three hundred and thirty million dollars sue bird dan you just became my favorite athlete the great tommy la stella as a higher opie s that bryce harper the knicks were favored to win the summer league title i hate the driver who picked me and my wife up after the dead and company show in boulder colorado who left eight zip lot bag bill with candy in the back seat and was really pushing me and my wife eat a few pieces are you bleeping kidding me man yeah eat a few pieces of loosely rap candies from a stranger wake up the next morning in a strange motel with a ball gag in your mouth quote a what are they pushing candy that would have happened well yes hey forty five minute drive in the middle of nowhere colorado with you and you're wiping something like knb loosely rap yeah i guess they know they can't so it's a great i met the ball gag for us you know what the clippers did you not know what did they do they do but they had the death or you don't need to keep doing it okay one time was not subtle enough for future unprotected first round peg one protected first round pick to pick swaps as gallon art dan one might say the clippers ruin everything but the kitchen sink does anyone other than stephen adams white playing with russell westbrook is i on williamson boss rj barrett through to summer league game shooting forty one percent from the field that seven of thirty three shooting up any as more turnovers than made field goal and assist combined i hate the matt chapman never heard of a but he has a higher opie s the bryce harper dennis smith junior said he thinks he could carry the knicks to the playoffs i hate that chinese restaurants so were clear your eggrolls determine whether or not i ever eat at you're chinese restaurant again on thursday nb i insider chris broussard said it was down to the lakers in rafters why and the clippers were out nailed it he's about is inside bnb i as i bet ask it should be sorted asper it should be ben aspirin ben aspirin rick you know lasted longer than you sin shoot shoot higher oh ps then bryce harper i think the news very soon chu chu is still playing in a major that famous assassin john wilkes booth lee harvey wall hawaii anthony letter anyone calling why anthony no doubt it on the poll cameras anyone calling him calling anthony weiner you become an assassin agreed you start addressing version by their first met last that which means since suit you finish did you what did you madam juju what did i say you made a huge oh what is it that it's suit you a mammoth train bart higher opie s and bryce harper the the train does hey roger nothing says the state of usa soccer more than on the same day the losing something called the gold cup and the winning winning the world cup i imagine this is what co wise recordings call sounds like hey it's what they do know mbh organization has been punched in the gut more any oklahoma city thunder hey soccer stadium for years idea for soccer have the men's national team play the women's national national team winner gets all the money that you're good man would get home watch that you're sure yeah i'm not saying you know what today is it's manic monday on the grass courts of the all england club somehow meghan where pino brought home more gold then the entire men's team who played in something called the gold cup famous gangsters bugsy siegel al capone hawaii leonard mets first team in major league baseball history they have a bullpen blow eight saves in back to back months they've been playing baseball project in years i eight that the clippers may have won the fight but i think the thunder will end up winning the war it feels like can't tbs caldwellpope wouldn't exist if not for lebron james casey p industries world where do you find yourself searching through the head of can't tvs caldwellpope oh hell yeah it's job right up into apart lebron's body i'll you figure out the rest of you wanna try to guess which park that are reporting exclusively at any minute now someone is going to report that the lakers have addressed it john calipari and when that report comes out somehow nick saving will get a raise it feels like everyone in major league baseball is on pace to break the single season record her home runs why you us women's soccer team fighting for equal pay when they should be making more usa men's soccer hope you took notes my music hold on a second we gotta go to break i only have i ever got i got so much left we gotta come back with more observations 'cause he's run out of music we come back more of the gods weekend observations an interesting featured in the flat iron planes of many an automobile dashboard had its most agreeable and will not alone to witnessing despite having no brain function but when bobble head here's how guy code not only saves people money but also gives max at to licensed agents twenty four seven online and over the phone you're not even more vigorously because he knows you should switch because you ask switching to geico is a no brainer easy bobblehead easy to compete with don lemon tart earlier in the show the question was asked what would stu gods do with one invisible dash stu gods one day where he could be invisible we decided a daring begging hours you would choose a week david rob all the banks in the universe eight five and then he would alter sporting event results by invisible man in games he had better bcc donlevatar show with stu gods on espn radio then has why don't messy ever one eight single soccer tournament since six zero those rights ball george got news for you know one in oklahoma city wants to hear it getting a sidekick who is incapable of knocking down eight game winning bucket so you can't hit all the game winning bucket hawaii leonard hetty play there is nothing i wanna see more than how long it will take russell westbrook to snap playing alongside james harden all george warning i'm not certain how or what but at some point russell westbrook will appear out of thin air pizza holy hell out of you end banish finnair quicker than he arrived it will happen so quickly you won't even know what happens or who did it so i'm telling you know when it does happen it was russ and good luck congratulations to paul george her being the guy who will never get credit if the clippers won a title and won't be these skews if they don't paul george you up russell westbrook to be russell westbrook kevin durant's is wearing the number seven for the brooklyn nets representing the number brings he still needs to win just surpassed michael jordan sam prestige reluctantly save bnb bank you say is i on williamson kevin knox that's the first time i've seen a guy still the basketball end someone's soul at the same time lakers purposely starting to innate the purpose we get frank vogel fired collision course jason kidd allow all abroad to run amok collision course kevin durant's hawaii leonard is giving you a masterclass invalidation then if you're still not clear validation is when i start comparing you the al capone then when you spend a week in colorado you know where you spent a week where in god's country country or riles will never be familiar with it because he lives in how did those those other guys observation paul george leaving okay see it today officially paul george day in okay see her with that yesterday by i think the day he did it actually i by may oral proclamation i think a july seventh was paul george day in oklahoma city russell westbrook stays out here getting jilted at these are alter in front of all of us when russell westbrook is the william h macy character character in boogie nights who keeps showing up the seeing a his wife doing untoward things and so now paul george out of nowhere quietly summer so quietly a paul george demands a trade okay see after everybody's happy man paul george was it like mvp in the first half of the season he was third for the season in mvp boating so any artist shoulder and he went to hell and yon ascend and harden took the talk of mvp away from him but paul george and collide leonard is gonna be crazy strong andrew what's to god's made relevant in the last segment is true though paul george is never been asked very much to go hand in please make make some of these shots that win games right do some of this stuff do something like leonard did do something that that we remember because you're supposed to be one of the great guys you're not supposed to be kyrie irving you're not supposed to be a number two it's supposed to be good enough to have you but it's not anymore right i bob paul george being your best player i don't think results and you winning a title you're right there i think you gotta be honest i don't know why knows yeah and so collide leonard may the clippers trait everything from paul george storage one what they were really training for his co i leonard an paul george but all we think of when we think of paul georgia's do you like to go by the nickname even though he doesn't do anything in the playoffs the playoff pete playoff teams has been proven to work in the regular season for those who struggle with moderate to severe postseasons disappointment is not recommended as a first option to not take playoff team while grade side effects choking tv not finish constipation century early and all around disappoint playoff p is not for everyone call your doctor if you experience susceptibility the cat fishing kissy face australian sensitivity fraternity inexplicably urge to play for the lakers for thinking that do not belong to a lady if you experienced the loss of ola depot please call your doctor immediately this new direction with playoff team that is straight talk brought to you by straight talk wireless everything for less only at walmart why is more not made of what i'm about to say then all all the gangster mercenary stuff at collide leonard just did one going from possibly making two hundred and twenty one million guaranteed dollars in san antonio to now making a guaranteed one hundred and forty one million gets cut in like half once you start paying all those l eight taxes right to go from two twenty one there aren't a lot of guys leave a hundred million dollars on the table not that's it's not a not a lot of guys making a hundred and forty one million i understand but you understand what i'm saying right for all the talk of guys being greedy nevermind anthony davis being celebrated for waving a trade kicker so they could get jared dudley this isn't normal norman amount of money the quiet leonard is is is leaving behind canadian tax is a pretty bad even though the cost of living out there is a lot lower and i'm talking about san antonio to twentyone is what he was unhappy announce their brand had enough problems comes with the trust their that screwed twentyone becomes one forty one for a guy who couldn't possibly be more valuable right now but in terms of leverage he's underpaid by any of the standards even if no one hundred and forty one million dollars there's a lot of money he was the guy who could change the league what would you pay for that and leave without a salary cap volmer got red spent days we're rich maybe what do you think homer would have paid per collide leonard all he could afford fifteen of them mb eight teams right now and so have five billion leftover fifteen most expensive nbs is what i'm thinking i spent hit hawaii leonard this off season in the league with no salary cap a nick offerman is gonna join us next donlevatar airmont stu gods sexy when you're sassy bcc donlevatar show with stu gods tony as pm radio nick offerman what that's now season to dreamworks tales of arcadia three below premiers on netflix july twentysecond you could also see neck on tour this summer you could visit offerman woodshop dot com a because he does a lot of excellent woodwork that july twelfth thought okay thank you so much i appreciate joy twelve so nick offerman is with us and he's doing stand up as well so i wanna talk to him about that tour thank you for making time for us a nick did you have any idea that you were going to take a liking to stand up instead of acting a no i i came is quite a surprise on the theater trained actor and so it was during parks and recreation colleges began to invite me to perform as a comedian and i said oh i there is some things i would love to say the young people so i guess i'll i'll become a stand up and i'm really enjoying a do you enjoy it more than acting know a my my first love a still remains making people laugh and cry and catharsis a with the faces i make on screen and on stage which is harder m depends i mean the the stage after learning the whole show at once but but film 'em because you couldn't be more meticulous and get more tries is that it things can often be more challenging so it's kind of a you know it's kind of two different animals did you model the parks and rec character astor anyone like how did you how when you started to do that a is that something that was written by the parks and rec people were you decided the model it after someone well you know a it's it's very much a collaboration i mean usually in a situation like ron swanson the writers are really brilliant at picking parts of my personality and writing to them and people there the writers were so good that people say oh it seems as though this guy's he must be making this up himself because it's so it fits him so naturally but that's mainly across the writers were so good so i definitely broad colors of my mid western family and administrators traders that i've known over the years and a hilarious way overbearing authoritarian figures like the principal from breakfast club a an also from ferris buehler's day off a any taxi in there any any a gym in midtown jim maintenance how ski i mean you know alex what those yellow light man is in my blood i think watching that show i was very young and so that that really did inform the beginning of my comedy laughter is such a huge part of your life working with your wife she's planning to like one of the greatest difficulties that did you guys do a whole tour on just sex life we did yeah that was called summer of sixty nine no apostrophe amazon one but what like one of the difficulties in working with her on that or was it just a joy boy i'll tell you the fortune song i mean you know we were married couple like any to people living together we will occasionally get on each other's nerves about who left cap off the toothpaste or what have you but really the the hardest thing about working with my wife is two things one is she has my emotional button more than anybody and so keeping a straight face with funny you learn sort of put up a defense mechanism but when you're white someone is the person who knows where you're emotional vulnerabilities lie chicken like buttons it becomes really difficult to keep a straight face 'cause she's so funny and other thing is a she's just so good actually doing a tour where were doing songs together feels like a broadway star like super high class singer and i am not i i've compared to a donkey in my musicality and so it's you know it's tough to a look at myself in the mirror when appearing on stage author nick i'm wondering because i always maintained that you never know so based on physical appearance who's gonna be a good dancer i've seen guys that i thought were gonna be a good dancer and they're terrible and i've seen guys who i thought were gonna be lousy dancers and they turned out to be awesome you don't come off as a guy who's a good dancer but i am told that your and exceptional dietary that can't be nick that can't be well i you know it's a i will end modest police say that i do have the music in may and i around my house i'm called the lord of the down by everyone goes yeah but i'm told is true you're a good dancer if you a i don't know if it's still love my my wife has and then there was a firm yesterday that has some of me dancing parasol that might might say her rights is is it it sounds like you think you're wife's more talented you are by good mount oh yeah she's i mean she's a bag of talent i i have to work after i actually work in southwest to a to get my jokes across she you know she's the person who she's she's beautiful and she's an incredible singer and actor so she's the kid from the get go when you're picking teams they're like okay you're the quarterback obviously now let's set up the rest of the team and i'm hoping that they'll they'll think maybe i could play safety season two of dreamworks tales of arcadia three below premiers on netflix july twelfth you could also see neck on tour this summer you could go offerman woodshop dot com for more information information be instagram videos there still up and you're like my god your great dancer you it's a bit of a stunner i i'm sorry that we underestimated but it is a bit of his honor my my humble apology i i take it as a compliment you know being my my acting as effective as i was as easy as it crazy rabid chicago sports fan i can you tell us the angriest you've ever been at anyone for something athlete for something that happened in chicago sports oh gosh i generally maintain a pretty calm demeanor because they come from an agricultural family and you have to keep an even keel because the rain might destroy year's crop a and so you either you either have to laugh or you know take the kids out behind the shit and shoot them but i'll tell you what the first thing that springs to mind because they all star break a is last year i was surprised there wasn't a bigger stink one kylo forber clearly one the home run derby a bryce harper had his dad add a cheating on his behalf throwing him pitches for a the the last one had landed which is clearly a violation of the rules i'm a i'm a fan of those a champion athletes but you know you gotta play by the rules jeeter a nick offerman again dreamworks tales of arcadia three below you should watch this on your television netflix joy twelve but you didn't have a television for a long time you when you you're wife i was going on in your life the humor someone who didn't own a television wasn't all the farming stuff no no i it was a i was the theater dwelling owes the theater like basement dwelling and it's it's a specific a selection to like hyper serious theater actors in like for example i never saw friends or seinfeld that's how much i didn't have a tv and so i would so a up my own rear end about being a theater actor that i liked who's living the spartan lifelike didn't have a tv you know i only read books and i had my nose up in the year and when meghan i i said no i i understand that you're on this show willing grace but i don't watch a such drill holes in it and then i got sweden on her so i started watching reruns and suddenly i saw on tv seemed pretty swell oh wow you're a non hitters now but tell us about where you're tapping into with dreamworks tales of arcadia three below again season two premiers netflix july twelfth what do you tapping into their well it's a you know it it's a an adjunct to the very popular troll hunters trio end when gear modell toro calls you on the phone and says nick i like you to play this this incredible buttered toast facts i really think that i'm playing this guy he's the bodyguard to the two main characters played by touchdown on a mas loni india luna he's this guy who's like he's in alien who comes to earth and they have to disguise themselves this earthlings end for some reason the algorithm turns this guy who's like he's looking schwarzenegger so negar character or the rocker something they turn into a feeble old man so it's like the rock in the body of like martin short if he was ninety years old affirmative action that is a good way i wanna watch that nick thank you so much for being on with us really enjoy your work thanks for having me have a great day donlevatar ten steer that type of stuff tom brady went dabbled in kelly they only time he got hurt his entire career and i was fist pump but in my living room at home because the jets finally had a chance to win the division i mean i'm sorry i'm not gonna apologize but i i'm sorry i'm not going to apologize for that is one of the most amazing sentence if you've ever ordered stu gods from the maker of trust me don't trust me come i'm sorry but i'm not going to apologize you are amazing that you know you're wearing flabbergasted delight happened upon genius comedy by accident that's my guess bcc donlevatar show with stu gods tony espionage radio it was the most fun racism can never be that day when the clippers slippers fell apart because of their owner is crazy and would do things like this while being interviewed by anderson cooper dad can you tell me made magic johnson what is he done but if he's a business person got age did he do any business i like then you help anybody in south valet parking is hiv doesn't actually focus on is a that is now collide leonard and the most interesting clippers team of all time those also apology tour donald's but i would try keep in mind thank you godson important point that the public relations fire a yeah so we got funniest thing from the sports weekend i think right after that is when they said you know what let's take away but that's it you lose it team unprecedented penalty bomber here it's yours free two billion dollars you figured out that he has any at any had a mike you're mad at us because funniest thing from the sports weekend is in ten ten minutes and we've gone two hours in this show without talking about the fact that the women's world that we are dominant in women's soccer where the best usa usa yeah what part of the problem two hours goes by and we don't talk about a women's team that won a world cup back to back world the cubs a dominant performance when the rest of the world starting the catch up inspiring i mean the the pressure filled pk that meghan pino took everything that was weighing on her not just the world cup

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Tuesday Tech Titbits - Microsofot 365 Alternatives

Joey's Totally Tech

06:09 min | 9 months ago

Tuesday Tech Titbits - Microsofot 365 Alternatives

"This is your Tuesday ten ten minutes from Joey's totally Tech. So you don't want to pay for Microsoft Office or the subscription for Microsoft? 365. I don't blame you. That's why today I'm letting you know about other Alternatives both free and paid today on the Tuesday Tech said bit right after these messages. Do you like the song a good sound effects? We're using on the Joey's totally Tech podcast. Well, we get the licensing for this music through epidemic sound. If you're a content creator created video on YouTube or other social media platforms or a fellow podcaster visit bit. Ly epidemic. That's a bit. M y / jtt epidemic and you can sign up for a subscription for as little as $15 per month. They have a wide variety of genres of music as well as Sam effects. You can incorporate into your content. You don't have to pay royalties. You just pay the monthly subscription fee or you can also by birth Lifetime licenses to a particular tunes and effects too. So if you want to use some fresh music and help support this podcast to check out bit. M y / epidemic and sign up for epidemic sound today. Microsoft Office 365 or now known as Microsoft 365 is $70 per year or a license is $150 Microsoft does offer an online-only version of the popular office apps at office.com that are free. They do lack certain features. But the Callback function. Ality. Is there of course, there's also Google Suite with Google Docs. I like using this particularly because I want to easily work a document on multiple devices and it's easy to go there and load it into my web browser. But you may want to install an office suite till your PC LibreOffice is a great free and open source alternative to Microsoft Office and over the years the suite that's based on the open Office code has become quite good and very Are you compatible with Microsoft files? You've got writer the word processor calc this spreadsheet program and press four presentations similar to PowerPoint off drawing program math, formula program and a database WPS office is also a nice sweet available for Windows Android and Lenox. It's not open source, but there's a free version in kingsoft sells this software with additional features added to it. And if you have like, oh double UPS account you can sink your documents across all your devices and platforms. The free version has no access to pre-made templates and off assets from the WPS online resource. However, advertisements support the free version you can't edit PDFs and there's no OCR the free version log. WPS license will cost you $89.25 right now for the windows version, which is cheaper than the $150.00 for Microsoft 365. Only office has a great free desktop sweet as well. It's available for Windows Linux and Mac. They do have much pricier editions for Enterprise users. But that's something you put on a server. They also have desktop editors for Android and iOS, the desktop Suite can do word processing spreadsheets and presentations. The documents editors are open source to finally there's free office from softmaker also available on Windows, Mac and Linux. This has a word processor spreadsheet application and presentation program all compatible with Microsoft Office files to this is essentially a long trip down version of soft Baker office free office wax quite a few features that you'd get in softmaker office which quite frankly is not priced nearly as how I leave for the subscription as Microsoft 365 as softmaker office in X home edition is $29.99 per year and took off Baker office. Index Universal is $49.90 per year. Of course, there are probably more great alternatives to Microsoft Office. If you really want to get into it. These are just a few that I know of personally and have you used this has been your Tuesday Tech tidbit for September 29th. 2020 on Joey's totally Tech and I will catch you next time.

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The NFL Bounces Back

Pro Rata

07:32 min | 1 year ago

The NFL Bounces Back

"Hello and welcome to the PODCAST podcast. That takes ten ten minutes to get you smarter faster on the Clinton Tech Business and politics filling in for Dan primack today. I'm axios editor in chief. Nicholas Johnston on today's show facebook's Decade of dominance and an increase increase in. US Life expectancy. But I the NFL bounces back. It feels like there's been a delusion bad news news for the NFL starting with the flood of stories about concussions brain damage and football with the latest research. Finding that concussions aren't the only way football damages the brain as those stories spread. There's been a notable audible drop in highschool football participation Reuters. Half a million. Fewer highschoolers played the sport in two thousand eighteen than the year before. And it's not just brain injuries. The NFL has had other scandals in recent years from from domestic violence. Incidents to kneeling controversies. And they're coming up on a deadline to reach a new collective bargaining agreement ahead of two thousand twenty one through all of that. NFL Ratings had been declining until to last year. When a ratings rebound began after hitting a low about fifteen million viewers per game in two thousand seventeen numbers have climbed back above sixteen million higher ratings are translating into a higher prices at the Super Bowl with store franchise and the forty niners facing the chiefs? Who Haven't played in the big game in fifty years interest is unusually high to Pixie? Oh Brett Goldberg told Yahoo Finance that the usual drop off in prices after teams are announce. Didn't happen this year in fifteen seconds will go deeper on this with extra sports editor Kendall Baker but first this there's more news out there than ever before but these days it's harder than ever to find it and to know what to trust axios. AM takes effort out of getting smart by synthesizing. The ten stories stories. That will drive the day and telling you I. They matter subscribe at sign up dot axios DOT COM and now back to the pro rata podcasts joining us. It's Kendall Ndo Baker sports editor at Axios to talk to us about the NFL's Comeback Hello Kindle. Thanks for joining us so like I feel like for the last couple of years. We've been talking thing about the end of football. It was losing prominence in America's culture. The ratings are down. Nobody wants to play football. Another ratings are coming back and everyone's excited for the Super Bowl like what is the trend that you see here yes interesting you know. Obviously as you mentioned the conversation around football is interesting last year at the least and I think when you look at how that hasn't impacted ratings. In fact ratings have gone up. I think the biggest thing for that for me is just how that shows how ingrained football is in our culture and even more specifically like how how great it is in their media cycle in the fall and winter. You know. It's one of those sports. That is has his weekly cadence to it and then there's games on Monday Thursday. It's just it's just so ingrained in how networks program their content during the year and it's just such a part of our lives Sunday owned by football even Saturday's football. It's it's just very hard for anything to really negatively impact ratings in a season season basis. Yeah I mean even when the audience down there still massive. It's like fifty million people all tune into watch random Sunday game something like fourteen of the top fifteen television programs football games. Yeah so I mean it's crazy. So how does that translate into the business missile football. I guess the NFL is booming. Yeah for sure I mean I think they have. You have obviously right coming up in the next few years. NFL One to watch going back to again ratings being up across across the board there whereas viewership another sports down and it's all business definitely booming. And I think You know the the the like any sport would like to have maybe one more slightly bigger Martin Super Bowl but this matchup is great for them. So if any sends like the reports of football's death were greatly exaggerated. It's interesting right like I. I still think about this all the time and I look at it as a as we entered this new decade the divide between the the grip that has our culture with the Science Bahamian concussions the science behind. CD of that clash. I think is the biggest question in sports and maybe even outside of sports over the next decade added that gets resolved. What we see happen because those are two really strong forces that is? It's very hard to see kind of coexisting or not. You know changing or first shifting and then one way or the other yeah you see that spillover into youth participation which is down like half a million off of high I mean. Is there a worry that sort of the football pipeline. Hi Blind is going away. That's a big. Maybe that is the biggest sort of everything if you look at you've participation numbers going down if you look the equipment there's some mm concerning conversations going on there where youth football helmets are actually the least safe of all helmets. Football aren't UH specifically designed for youth and they're essentially in in many cases just these protective shells and so I think yeah when it comes to the future of football most of the concerning and realist conversations quite honestly are about the youth level. Because 'cause that's where a lot of parents are educated where I felt players know what they're putting their selves into so yeah. I think I think that it's going to be the center of the conversation. But before where you see those two corners happened an and the the outside of that I mean that's not GonNa stop hundreds and hundreds of millions of people from tuning in on Sunday. So let's wrap it up with your pick. Who Do you like? Chris fought against to be really good game last. If you're ended up being I guess it was pretty boring game. It was a good game but last year. I like wasn't convinced there's going to be a good game though so this I think the teams do match up really well and it's really we're gonNA come down through like what's defense. Stop either dominant offense right. I'm lading chiefs just because I think the niners are maybe the better overall team but for some reason and in a team sport I'm just going to lean towards the individual and go with the best player in the field which I happen to think Patrick Mahomes so I'm taking the niners plus one and a half off and I liked the over the offense role in the Super Bowl. I definitely looked over as well. All right thanks a lot Kendall talk to you again soon. Thank you my final. After this axios gives you the news news and analysis. You need to get smarter faster. On the most important topics in our unique smart brevity format we cover topics from politics to science in media to tech subscribe to get smarter faster at sign up dot axios Dot Com and now back to the program podcast. Now it's time from my final two despite an onslaught scrutiny scandal over the past few years facebook closed out the secondary to the millennium stronger than ever the tech giant brought in nearly seventy billion in revenue for twenty nineteen up more more than twenty five percent from the year prior more than thirteen hundred percent from two thousand twelve the public. That's all despite the threat of new regulations and increased competition and slowing user growth in the US and Europe. One key data point success however it squeezing more revenue out of each user now more than forty one dollars each year in the US not bad for a free service second a new report from the CDC found that average life expectancy increased by one month last year. That's modest but significant because it marks the reversal of a four year trend. This gain speaks to two who important health stories. Death rates are going down in the. US from cancer and drug overdoses are also declining for decades expectancy had been on the rise but fell a suicide besides and drug overdoses increased from twenty fourteen to two thousand seventeen by the numbers the current agency for an infant born in twenty eighteen. Seventy eight years and eight months for women minutes eighty one years and one month and for men seventy six years in two months. And we're done my thanks to producers Tim Show Shaven and thanks to primack for letting me take a spin on the pro rata podcast chair. He'll be back here next week.

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Delete Your Account?

Pro Rata

09:18 min | 1 year ago

Delete Your Account?

"Sporadic where we think just ten ten minutes to get smarter on the collusion of tech business and politics presented by bridge bank be bold venture wisely. I'm dan back today. Show facebook hot air and new china china tariffs. Take a bite out of apple but i delete your accounts so that is the social media mantra of axios editor and chief nick johnson and he's only kinda kinda sorta kidding the basic idea is that platforms like twitter and facebook have become places where journalists write things that they'd never put or be allowed to put imprint not just silly the pet pictures but sometimes unvetted news items or snark that can negatively color future reporting why it matters today is that there was a recent new york times story about how an ad hoc group group of trump's supporters had screen shotted social media postings from hundreds of journalists plus their family members and lower level media company employees and plan to disseminate them when needed to discredit future reporting. Actually this is mike allen followed up today saying that the time story ended up ironically creating a much more formalized process in in other words people saw the times story and thought hey we should turn this into an organization and a group of g._o._p. Operatives is seeking to raise two million dollars for an organization that that will investigate mainstream media reporters and editors. This is a major escalation of trump's fake news attacks and could play a central role in not only the two thousand twenty election but in how media interacts with its audience in the future by the way my twitter handle remains at damper mak sorry nick in fifteen seconds. We'll go deeper with mike allen but first this the equity fund resources group at bridge bank is a central hub for the venture capital and private equity communities offering banking services for funds partners in their portfolio companies bridge ridgebacks financial solutions are designed for the entire innovation ecosystem and include creative credit solutions robust treasury and cash management capabilities and a suite of international banking products bridge bank is division of western alliance bank bridge bank be bold venture wisely joined now by actually co founder founder and executive editor mike allen so mike this plan you report about. This morning sounds a lot like traditional g._o._p. Red meat attack the mainstream media messengers is is this different than that or is it just a much more formalized effort well dan it's four wise and also it goes one step further that republicans have typically attacked hacked media outlets. Now the plan is to look at specific journalists within the why it matters of this is that this is a great expansion chen of the trump war in the media over the weekend access wrote about how the trump twenty twenty team republicans in general all plan to target target these social media platforms facebook's your twitter's to argue that they are biased and try to undermine people rebe is it to undermine that or from your perspective or to put their fingers on the scale and try to basically convince facebook and twitter to start introducing political bias where the data so far shows. There isn't identify well. I think that <hes> they for sure are trying to work the refs old a bit as you suggest but perhaps even more than that they pretty successfully convinced a lot of trump supporters not to believe what they read in organs that they've respected all their life on the network news or the most respected well resourced newspapers resin website what they're saying now is don't necessarily believe what you're seeing in your fee that maybe that is influenced so it's a little bit of insurance insurance against whatever bad news may be coming in the months ahead. One of the things you talk about today. Is that this plan and granted. It's kind of amoebic at this point but this plan is that they would kind of slip damaging info maybe the kind of trump positive media organizations like a breitbart but if possible more mainstream media organizations so i'm curious. Do you think whether it be the times or the poster us we bite if the information is substantive or will mainstream media circle the wagons on the stuff so far. It's been the latter arbit- for something. That's a legitimate story sure meteorite or is going to pursue and they should but if you look at what they call primary targets in this effort to raise at least a two million dollars for this effort under capitalized primary capital targets they see c._n._n. M._s._n._b._c. broadcast networks new york times washington post busby the huffington post and so the idea is to as they say track reporters and editors these organizations. That's the piece that's new whereas going. After particular news organizations media matters for america on the other side has been doing that for years with fox news and others and so this is <hes> little bit effort to mir that model and take it to the next extreme from your perspective you know leading this talking about how nick john ritter and chief has this mantra delete your accounts in terms what reporters should do and editor should do in terms of facebook twitter etc. Are we going to ever get to that point or is it just because of the potential danger really protect journalists from themselves elves or is it just too tempting to use those platforms for journalists where people who like to tell stories where people who like to tell people what we're thinking. We can't avoid it. Don't post stupid stuff like echeverri basic rule that applies at the axios pies at the new york times and that is don't post something on twitter that you would nine us in your pro rata newsletter that you would not say and the pro rata podcast in new york times is a case would not appear in the paper like that's very clarifying refined bar and it makes sense when you think about audience i is how actually has always decides these matter and there's no reason that if you take a journalist list for particular news organization that the audience should have to distinguish among the platforms where they're seeing people in of course these are all increasingly. You've fluid increasingly recently all talk to each other. There's no reason that they should have to sort out. Oh this person's on twitter so it's okay for them to sort of like reveal a little biased because i know when they go on the website or in the newspaper that they'll be down the middle that makes no sense from the point of view of your audience my final question for you as we go into twenty twenty trump said the word fake news. I mean how many thousands of times a tweeted at how many thousands of times at this point do feel that for a large percentage of the population population there really can no longer be a blockbuster news story that actually kind of gets everybody on board positive or negative have we as a society has a portion been so so conditioned to not believe what they see anywhere that they won't believe what they see anywhere and it's not just believe is that there's so much right like the expression that we use is is everything burns off including the fluff in the trivia that should never been in your mind anyway and things that really matter and that's one thing that axios axios really invest in journalism mike yours dan primack that helps people understand where the puck is going up some understand the trends that are going to shape the next five to ten years and that's very rare out there and a big part of it is because of the volume and that's why even things that matter people can miss. That's why you need axios. Mike allen executive editor of axios. Thank you very much for joining us. Good pitch my vital to right after this the equity fund resource group at bridge bank is a central hub hub for the venture capital and private equity communities leveraging nearly two decades of expertise delivering solutions to emerging technology and growth companies bridge bank now offer services for funds s._p._i._c.'s general partners including creative credit solutions robust treasury management capabilities and a suite of international banking services bridge bank a division of western alliance bank be bold venture wisely now it's time for my final two and first of his facebook which today announced it will purchase is an enormous amounts of wind power from a still being built project in texas called aviator winds east once aviator wind east becomes operational in two thousand and twenty. It'll become one of the country's largest wind power projects and for facebook let the company support hundred percent of its operations with renewable energy and also cut its greenhouse gas emissions by seventy five percent the bottom line here facebook already was the world's largest corporate buyer of renewable power and this will only widen its lead and finally a whole bunch of new tariffs serves on chinese imports went into effect on labor day which is a big reason why the stock markets were down sharply at this morning's open now a lot of the tariffs that would specifically hit consumer tech goods remain main delayed until around the christmas holiday but this new batch will take a particular toll on apple products not the iphone specifically. That's in the later group but things is like apple watches. I max air pods and some beats headphones. The big question now is if apple will assume the added costs or pass them onto consumers but we won't know the answer on that nazi until the current in-country inventory gets sold and we're done big. Thanks for listening to my producers. Tim show wimbley have a great national bowling league day and we'll be back tomorrow dr with another pro rata podcast.

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