19 Episode results for "Ten Thousand Volts"

EMF - Electromagnetic Frequencies

The Toxin Terminator

11:25 min | 8 months ago

EMF - Electromagnetic Frequencies

"He friends before we start the show. I WanNa let you know about a non-toxic beauty summit happening free online. March ninth through the fifteenth. Listen as women. We are putting over five hundred fifteen toxic chemicals on our body every single day. Our children our babies are being born with over two hundred toxic chemicals in them before they ever take their first braff. Toxins are the number one thing that age us in the summit. There's going to be over fifty experts coming to you telling you how do identify toxins and beauty products and procedures? How to transition to self love and body acceptance using diet and detox to build your beauty and how to age gracefully both inside and out? Grab your free registration at bit dot Li forward slash summit two. Oh two welcome to the toxin Terminator Helping People to restore and renew their health by removing the toxins from the home and their lives join in as industry thought leaders help you understand the physical and emotional effects. These products can have on you and your family and safe alternative you can use to remove. The hidden toxins renewed health now. Please welcome your host the Toxin Terminator Herself Amy. Carlson welcome back to this show. If you are a new listener make sure you hit that. Subscribe Button Down Below. And if you feel so inclined I'd love to have you leave a rating and review. That helps us be heard by more people this week. We had libby right on episode thirty three inch. She had such a powerful story in crude. You guys to go back and listen to that episode because one of the toxins it. Her family was so important to remove from their environment was e m s which are electric magnetic frequencies and today. I'd like to talk a little bit more about those. What are they where the coming from an? What can we do now? What we're going to focus on today. So electrical magnetic frequencies are just an electrical action produced by a non electrical source so things like cellphones. Microwaves WIFI routers. Computers and other appliances does walls X. Ray machines am are is think medical equipment so there's two different types of EM APPS. There are low level radiation also known as non ionizing. Nothing blocks these types of em avs at does not bounce around the room it just go straight through objects or high level radiation are what is called ionizing and these are things like from UV. Rays from the sun in. This is more of our x Ray Medical Equipment type radiation. There's a frequency that bounces around in these. So there we talked about the non low level. Radiation are things in our homes. Microwaves Computers House Energy Meters Wifi Router Cell Phones Bluetooth Devices Power Lines and even more is are considered non ionizing radiation and then the ionizing are UV rays from the sun in x ray equipment. So there's an agency called the world health agency and they stay dead. Em APPS are possible carcinogens to human? So we really want to be looking at these. There's also another agency called the International Commission on non ising radiation protection. This is the agency that maintains the guidelines for what is acceptable emf exposures by different appliances and devices the guidelines for. I'm just going to read a couple of them for you. That they put out there stating that natural electromagnetic fields like things coming from the sun are two hundred. Volts per meter is considered acceptable. Power means so these are when you're not close to the power lines so if you live in a community where there's a lot of power lines you'd be considered close if it's far away from you. That would not be considered close. So if you're not closed. They consider a hundred volts per meter to be acceptable. If you live close to those power lines. They consider ten thousand volts per meter to be acceptable. I find that really odd. That's just my personal opinion. Electric Trains and trams three hundred volts permitted. Tv computer screens ten volts permitted radio transmitter. Six volts per minute cell phone base stations. When you're charging six volts permitted radars nine volts permitted in microwave. Ovens are ten volts per minute. So just Kinda give you. This is what the guideline says. This is acceptable for us. Now my opinion on some of these agencies at Talos what is acceptable applying. Know what's known carcinogen or a possible carcinogen? I'm GonNa do what I can to limit my exposure and I'm GonNa give you those tips in a moment. So even though they say this is an acceptable exposure over time is certainly causes so much damage to our bodies and I've got future guests that have already recorded. That will be coming out talking very specifically about this. In fact I've got Dr Dannenberg. Who COMES OUT IN EPISODE EPISODE THIRTY NINE? So you've got a couple of weeks until he comes on but he was diagnosed with a type of cancer and it was specifically related to his exposure as a dentist and more specifically what he went through in dental school. And I'm real excited to have him share that story thirty nine talks more about overall general dentistry. But you'll get a little bit of his story at that time so some of the symptoms of ems exposure. I'm not GonNa read all of them but sleep disturbances headaches. Depression fatigue lack of concentration changes in memory. Dizziness irritability loss of appetite nausea calms with your skin skin burning or itching painful itchy sensation. Don't go sound familiar. Those all sound very familiar to toxic exposure right. So maybe it's em APP. So what are we? Do not only are these some symptoms that are occurring but scientists are finding more and more links between EMF exposure and links to brain and heart tumor. So it's something we really want to take seriously and we really want to do our due diligence in research. So here's some tips. That will help you minimize your exposure. One would be using the airplane mode so whenever you can switch your cellphone into airplane. Mov Use direct connections to the Internet my office. I got an Ethernet plug in. I am direct wired into the router which we keep way away from where anybody is. So I don't have any wireless connection in my office because I spent a lot of time in here use headphones. So you know when we can direct wire in and we're using headphones were not putting that cell phone up next to our head. That might be another good. I did to US keep the electronics out of the bedroom. Do not have your cell phone your computers. We don't even have a TV in our bedroom. So keep those electronics out of the bedroom. Turn off your router at night and turn off all your appliances when you're not using appliances. Turn them off. Carry your cell phone in a bag. Don't carry it on your person. Don't have it in your pocket. Don't put it in your Bra. Gosh when I started running I used to wear it inside my sports bra. You know. Put it in a bag. Don't have it in direct contact with you. That's a Cell Phone obviously disable your Bluetooth. Ems GET WEAKER WITH DISTANCE. The low frequencies get weaker with distance. Like I said we keep our router on a separate room away from the rest of us in the house. We already talked about turning the appliance. Off when you're not used now one of the biggest tips. If you really want to know what your exposure is as you can buy online you can go to Amazon and order. Msf meters this is super eye awakening. Now there are some that are less expensive. They run for anywhere from thirty dollars up to over two hundred dollars. I'm gonNA give you one. That's recommended and I believe it's around eighty dollars that. Em WATCH DOT COM EMF F. Watch DOT COM is the website. They do all kinds of research. Have all kinds of studies all kinds of resources on very topic on their website. I'll make sure that we have the correct link in our show notes here that there is a website. Ems WATCH DOT COM. They have a meter. They recommend is called ten Mars. Tm Dash one ninety two using a meter in your home. When you walk around and it's picking up. It really will become an eye opener for you. As to how much exposure you have and again m. f. is just like all the other hidden toxins in our homes. We might have Lo- exposures with each separate appliance but it's the culmination of all the appliances that we're using. Does that make sense so make sure you you know I suggest doing that? Take that thirty two eighty dollars invest in a good meter and just see see what kind of exposures you have in your home too. You know what you can do. So those are my tips. That's what. Emf's are what we can be experiencing if we have a lot of E. M. F. Exposures. And also what you can do so. I gave you several tips of what you can do to limit that. I hope you find this beneficial. Please make sure you're hitting that subscribe button down below and screen shot it. Screen shot the podcast. Share it with your friends and family that need to be hearing the information. We're sharing on the toxin. Terminator you guys have a blessed day for this episode of the Toxin Terminator. And we hope we've helped you remove the hidden toxins in your life or renewed health. If you're looking to continue your journey towards full rejuvenation reach out to amy directly by visiting Amy Carlson Dot Com or your own one on one chat session as well as your free toxic risk assessment. That's a I M E dot Com and remember. You are just one small. Change away from renewed.

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The O'Reilly Update, November 6, 2019

Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast

13:00 min | 1 year ago

The O'Reilly Update, November 6, 2019

"Bill O'Reilly here Wednesday November. Six two thousand nineteen. You are listening to the O'Reilly. Update is what's happening learning today. In America Democrats do well in the vote. Yesterday Britain sounding the alarm on historic healthcare waiting time scientists claim population control may be necessary to combat climate change also ahead should America fight eight the Mexican drug cartels but I democrats apparently turning. The Kentucky Governor's Mansion Blue With Attorney General. Andy Best Shar defeating Republican incumbent Matt Bevin by less than ten thousand volts Bevin declining to concede however calling the race irregular at some polling stations across Kentucky. Democrats also winning control of Virginia's General Assembly and Governorship Governorship for the first time in twenty-six Years Virginia has now officially turned blue. Republicans did win the gubernatorial race in Mississippi with Lieutenant Governor Tate Reeves defeating democratic state. Attorney General Jim Hood President Trump praising the election on social media saying the GOP had a quote great night across the USA. Perhaps in over statement by the President of the United Kingdom criticizing thing its own universal healthcare system saying wait times for surgeries and other major procedures are at historic highs British British government confirming there is currently state managed list of four point five million operations a forty percent increase in the last five years in August. Two thousand nine hundred seventy eight percent of patients were treated within sixty days of their initial appointment a long time to wait when you are in pain. Forget red meat air transportation and your car. Scientists now say the human population is the only way to combat climate change a group of eleven thousand researchers urging countries to promote policies that reduce this the number of people saying the process could be completed within a frame work that ensures quote Social Integrity Aggradi of course the scientists reject outright murdered her. That's what social integrity meets in a moment. Drug gangsters kill nine Americans in Mexico should the USA go down there and bring them to justice right back with that. My friend Glenn Beck Lunch real estate agents. I Trust Dot com for a very simple reason to help you so your home for top dollar as quickly as possible is is team quickly realized there are three keys to success. One selling or buying a home is very complicated process and difficult to navigate so choose agents with a long track record of success no part time or inexperience agents in their network to market value for your home cannot be calculated using computer models. 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It's not in agreement with with our convictions. The wrong thing is war. Typical for deck as Mexico has allowed rapid violence and corruption. Shen to go unchecked on October. Seventeen Mexican soldiers tried to arrest the sauna former cartel leader El Chapo. WHO's incarcerated in the USA cartel members defended the sun defeating the Mexican military? Terry a huge embarrassment for the Ober door government president trump has considered labeling the Mexican cartels international terror organizations telling reporters. He's taking the issue very seriously but that terror designation has not happened it. It should if the president of the United States designates groups as Tarot organizations we can then attack them using drones using raids like we saw with the Isis chief al-Baghdadi we can go across Country Lines and kill the bad guys that would send a chilling effect to the Mexican cartels. Because we know where they are but but the Mexican government does not want any part of that even though the cartels have corrupted that entire country. Listen into this. twenty-five different drug cartels operate a Mexico the biggest cartel founded in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight cartels move up to one hundred billion dollars of drugs into the USA. Every year in two thousand sixteen Americans spent one hundred fifty billion dollars on hard narcotics. A disgrace back to Mexico the homicide rate in two thousand eighteen more more than thirty three thousand dead murder already up ten percent in two thousand nineteen. An additional thirty thousand does in people in Mexico have been reported missing. You're not gonNA find them five of the ten. 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These delivery apps are like mafia families  Grubhub, Spotify, and Tough Mudder

Snacks Daily

18:15 min | 10 months ago

These delivery apps are like mafia families Grubhub, Spotify, and Tough Mudder

"Nick this is John. This is snacks daily. It is Thursday January nine of began. You are in. I'm still alive. This is is the best next day that we've ever done if you bite off a piece of Jack Right now. A green juice sips advil. It's actually kind of was choosing collar foul crust per store. Jack is embracing a facebook like targeted podcast. Ads Situation. No more pitching new ice cream brands with their promo codes to the lactose intolerant. This is a podcast asked about a company. Doing podcast at a Seinfeld thing. Go add second storage. Rub Hub just jumped thirteen percent on word that it's trying to sell itself classic case of if you can't beat them say yourself to them they're gonNA file story tough mudder. You've all seen shirt so when I was like the last week people talk about cross but they really talk about tough modern Kito of workouts. The creator of the Humble Brag. I just did this. Extreme event workout concept is pushed to file for bankruptcy now snappers before we jump into that three wonderful mix the stories we gotta talk about the ten thousand humans humans who just applied to work at Disney for free without getting paid. Yeah what are the wire. Are they doing this. Well here's the thing before we even talk about that ten thousand let's focus on on the fourteenth accepted. Okay let me quickly do. Some math with people applied fourteen got accepted. That's zero point one and four percent acceptance rate. Jacking I jumped into the books. The ALL WIKIPEDIA and it turns out that that's lower than everything that's lower than Middlebury Uber Call. There is not a single institution you name it College University whatever that has a lower rate we. I'm thinking boy for the New York. Yankees has a lower. We're thinking committee. Apollo mission with NASA lower acceptance head boy at hogwarts reportedly had a lower sounds like an inappropriate role hogwarts. But we'll let that one the job were talking talking about that. These fourteen lucky highly qualified people got is a Disney parks mom pan it's called them panel. Technically they're now three DADS on but these are fourteen in people who get paid in joy and happiness the currency of law. Their job is to plan families vacations to Disney parks. So the next time you're trying to do a cruise line on Disney Zinni or you're trying to work your way around the magic kingdom. You'RE GONNA speak with the Disney parks mom and just know they're doing this because they love you. They're doing this because they want you to experience magic there are doing this because because they think that Mickey we we actually thinking the reasons why they're doing this but let's stories daily talk about the rain. Food is candy. They don't reflect the views her family informational. Just so get the recommending any securities. It's not a research report or investment advice to offer or sale of security. That's next digestible. Business the video. LLC member famous last SIPC Four first-choice spotify introduces in new services. To make podcast adds a lot like facebook ads. Their neck. I think apple unofficially invented the podcast in the mid to hence the pot hence the potheads I pod into the pot hence podcast politic but modifies number. Two spotify is not just number two. It is kind of like the lift to apple's Uber. Is the Katy Perry you too apples Taylor snake to apple's Mongoose. Is it the Mangas to my snake. I can't remember exactly how that one went down. But it was something like that but spotify might become the number one podcast cast monetize our thanks to its new streaming at inserted which announced yesterday that they need a better name for this thing. It's abbreviated SA. That's a a lot but let's go with sap so instead of just one advertisement per podcast played all the listeners of the podcast forever. You're going to get a couple of changes. The first change change is targeted ads. That means to people listening to the same podcast in the same universe who'd likely here different ads. When that moment comes up towards woods was probably GONNA be a direct to consumer mattress company? Wants going to be a direct to consumer toothbrush out. That's actually a big deal. Nick the second big deal is refreshed at refresh that. So let's say say for example right now you got frozen to out you know and you probably maybe hearing podcast ad for frozen to correct a year from now that frozen to movie ad is going to be a little outdated stale so they could update if your podcast is on spotify. You could update the ad to be the frozen three adverts which is critical critical. If you have a podcast that like last the test of time. It's next daily definitely last test to die exactly what people tend to listen to us like right now and not last year's episode now. These two changes make Advertising now these two changes are a big deal because they make advertising so much more valuable for podcast. Let me tell you what a marketer hates my God scenario freak week some people when somebody sees or hears their advertisement but that person who saw or heard it hates the product cheesecake factory the cheesecake factory. They're trying to advertise. Advertise on a podcast. Do you know how many lactose intolerant people or hearing that ad and that is wasted ad spend because they're intolerant no because because they're not interested. Jeez well with targeted ads. You can show your ad only to the people who may like your product especially if you're the cheesecake fact for example this targeted advertising advertising on spotify. You could place an ad only two female listeners between the age of eighteen and thirty six who live in a metropolitan area who posted a picture online of hot chocolate Fudge Sundae back all over their face which indicates they're not lactose. That may just be me and you couldn't tell you it was exact now that's called ad targeting and facebook is the best ad targeted in the war. And that's because facebook knows that your interest on facebook include cookie dough or maybe on instagram. You've Geo tagged your evening at Salt and drought or Ben and Jerry's and because of that facebook can charge more for ads than a newspaper can than a TV channel can and podcast so with this new spotify Ad Service podcasters may be able to charge charge more for adds to now. There's one way this might change the industry. It might mean that hosts read fewer ads like live and refer to things that are happening in this podcast episode back in the day when Jack and I did ads we used to do one for like Buffalo Trace whiskey. which was I mean we were actually having the whiskey make we'd make reference to like that brutal Chirac story and that we needed some buffalo trace role until the might not get that anymore because ads are going to be like prerecord so check? What's the takeaway for our buddies over at spotify spotify quantify secret weapon against apple isn't just their data it's their willingness to use the data? spotify also knows your age your gender your location and what music. You're listening to right in fact for snacks day listeners. We know that the top three music you listen to is post Malone Drake Kanye is one two three number five is Ed Sharon. What number four insurance always in the mix and a top five by the way snickers guys now spotify is willing to use that listener data to segment snacks listeners into different groups so that we could serve you you different ads if we had but apple isn't willing to do that so far because it's obsessed with privacy? Privacy is a big value proposition. That apple apple has been pushing. But here's the big question. The BIG EX-FACTORY WANNA leave you with knackers if you log into spotify via facebook like I do which you can do with a one click taste book law. Does that mean that spotify knows as much about me as facebook knows by me. I'm actually not sure it's a thinker. This is Jack. I own stock of spotify. Four four seconds store Jack. Spit the garlic bread out of your mouth grub up just jumped thirteen percent a word. It's trying to sell it's on. Its sauce or RECON at Grady. This story story began with five dangerous words in the Wall Street Journal. According to people familiar with whatever you hear that it's not a good those are juicy gossipy zippy words. It turns out that grew up. The Food Delivery Company has tapped financial advisers. Base could help themselves the company. Yeah they're like we are for sale. We're GONNA MERGE WE'RE GOING TO GET acquired we don't want to be independent. I and if you're wondering why the stock jumped. It's because when GRUB GETS ACQUIRED IT'LL GRUB gets if it gets acquired it's probably going to be a higher price than wherever the stock is trading. That's just how all acquisitions work have you acquire a company you're GONNA pay more than the price. According to the so. Investors are jumping in right now. Because they wanna get a piece that in the meantime we took a look at grope hubs rise is and then fall two thousand four founded in Chicago Illinois and they started by just posting menus of delivery places online. Remember the early two thousands growing up in New York City. We had like six Chinese places around the corner so we had like a family album of menus from every delivery restaurant near it was like a gospel of menu. That's the wrong talk sacred texts that would they would. They between eighty six ninety six streets. Would they deliver. That was the big question we had an entire polemic on this year. Buddy had an alphabetized album album of memories. You go over there. You're like let me see French. Bulgarian Zoe's in Brattleboro Vermont. Which is actually the big city for Vermont? There's thirteen thousand people. People look up there. We had all the menus printed in our local phone book. It was wonderful strategic realist or like thirty five pages of pizza places. Just in Brattleboro Vermont. In the meantime grub Rub hub evolved from menus to start doing food delivery and they. IPO In twenty fourteen at four point five billion dollars. After they merged with seamless they hit a peak valuation allegation. Just a couple of years ago a thirteen billion almost tripled from their IP. And now they're back down to like around five billion dollars by their value plummeted the past two years. Basically as the delivery delivery wars have started. Heating up is just become a battle of promo codes like deliver. McDonald's the other fifteen dollars off your first. Now they're worth less than half of a lift actually in October. The stock of GRUB fell by forty three percent in one day because the CEO said that diners were promiscuous. He was venting that diners. Diners won't become loyal to grab up there just like Ubereats Jordache. Whoever's offered me the best Promo Code sneakers when it comes to the delivery was right now Jack and I think it looks a lot like a whole Mafia? PS situation very regional very split. It's true there's four big families. The biggest family is door DASH which controls thirty seven percent of America delivery APP delivery food mark mostly in the West yesterday to San Francisco Dallas Phoenix Arizona. He won't order some chicken parm chicken. Perm from over there Beth Luigi any family territory ordering from over there endured. Aktar Dr Luigi. That's a second. Is GRUB UP thirty percent of the market mostly East Coast New York City Philadelphia Boston. I assume their home city of Chicago. Basically got like the whole Amtrak quarter. Actually grub acquired seamless which was in New York City class. And then you've got ubereats with with twenty percent of the food delivery market. They're dominating Lebron James's former territory of Miami and Atlanta George. They got the south and then finally post meets has cornered the Los Los Angeles market only course in the market and like of course people in L. A.. Do things a little differently. Here's the funny thing. If these four companies would just stay in their territory A. and behave like good mafia families then they could raise prices. Stop giving out Promo Code and actually maybe turn a profit jep is threatening phileas turf which leads to a poll coll- price so jack what's the takeaway for our buddies stuck in this mafia situation especially up all right with no loyalty and just price as competition. Mergers are inevitable another industry where we've seen no loyalty and price competition ride him. Yeah there's only two companies lifting Uber and they're still unprofitable profitable even as just to sorta take outdoor dash and San Francisco grub would have to splurge on coupon codes for all of your takeout. And then they'd have to splurge on advertisements to to defend in their home city from ubereats which is probably way easier and cheaper for Grub up to just merge with post meets they could take on door dash ubereats together together GRUB ABC's that its path to profitability is through a merger or an acquisition so knack looking to compete anymore. So it's knackers. Who Do you think could acquire grubb? tweeted robinhood snacks for our third and final story. Tough mudder is being pushed into bankruptcy. I declare bankruptcy. You WanNa to see this. Go to their website right now. Jack Jumping in snack style. And you're GONNA see one big thing blazoned across the top ticket sales off line. Check in leader is now good greeting now on the tough mudder DOT COM. This is a company that boasted they had probably the toughest race on earth. I love the word. Probably lawyers lawyers ars like lawyers staggers. The Lord wanted us to say this is probably the best one year. We probably shouldn't even be saying the CEO recently left off monitor One of the CO founders is suing the other claiming they want three million dollars and the big issue just came up. That construction firm claims. It's owed nearly one million million dollars by tough mudder built a bunch of crazy obstacle course equipment and they're telling judge I want to get paid hence bankrupt. So here's Oh you're so fascinated with tough mudder. They've basically created a new industry replicable extreme team fitness event. If you WANNA do a tough mudder event no joke you signed in something called the death wave. I'm not sure that's officially what it's called. But it's essentially a death way if I during this competition like if you you probably love telling people you signed a death tough todor was founded in two thousand ten in Brooklyn New York. They have one hundred fifty events a year and five million. People have participated in a tough monitor. This is going to sound like a great deal of some people for a one hundred and twenty five to two hundred bucks. You can climb a fake wall jumping in ice trench. Walk a tight rope slop through some mud and jump through an electric fence with a shock field of ten thousand volts. Jack can you translate the voltage. That is twice as much as a cattle fence now tough motor claims this is quote unquote extreme endurance. It's it's a beautiful combination of the wellness trend experienced trend here again. The nightmare is that trend. It's an fat. Is that even now. Tough mudder claims. Twenty thousand was in people have tough mudder. Tattoos slapped on their body. That's why they tried to branch off into new products like an urban version of tough right. The tough mudder. I'm more of there was one at mount snow. Vermont my homeschool yeah. Most of them are outdoor. It's easy to find Mu- two steps away from having someone shoot bows and arrows at you. While you're doing let's urban one is like you're crawling through a chamber with tear-gas like gas. We're actually not getting on that. They tear gas like substance they would throw. They also tried to spin off a boutique. Fitness studios called BOOT camps attention berries clearly none of these have worked and now rival its rival Spartan race which does pretty much the same thing they might acquire tough maters operations outside outside the USA. which could like clear up this bank? So Jack what's the takeaway for our buddies who are struggling over tough mudder jets over the hill its business. Model is a lot like a music tour except for one one big thing. Let's look at its revenue model. Basically they sell tickets. That's one way they make money and they get big advertisers. Who Want to reach all those people who just bought those take shifts hallway jeep kind bar budweiser all of them? Love the targeted advertising opportunity. Here these are health nuts who like to torture themselves. I think it's like health with nuts with a sado masochistic kind of themselves right so they could have hauled obstacle courses from city to city from ski resort to ski resort from field. Just like you to does with their giant Ryan speakers and made a bunch of money on on a tour. But here's the one difference when it comes to their customers musicians have fans Dang. See them all over the country. Tough mudder didn't that's when it comes to. Its cost tough mutters. Advertising was probably a huge cost for the company they start from scratch in each city trying to attract people and convince them to pay one hundred dollars to pretty much torture. We will shock you for only one hundred twenty five dollars. It sounds like a good deal. Zakar is also the business model of event. Production is pretty hard. You Probably Watch to fire festival of documentaries to prove Jack Kenya whip up the takeaways force over. There is trying to make podcasting more lucrative by making ads targeted snappers. This is why facebook is worth six hundred billion dollars second takeaway GRUB is reportedly planning to merge. Instead of keep on fighting in the food delivery make you account aretha refuse to file story tough. MUDDER is reportedly headed for bankruptcy. Tae Extreme events are basically like music concerts but without Out Fans now snappers time for snack today. This one sent in by a legendary snacker and a first we have never received anything like this Pereira from MM Scottsdale. Arizona Scott decided to video in via twitter his snack fact which was the most entertaining thing. We've watched it is the best one. It was a borderline like video snack. Loved this Lubar Fan Entertaining as hell hole office had multiple snacks in one snack back video now. The snack fact is about her. 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Life on the Apps: Part Two

Brandi Glanville Unfiltered

37:44 min | 8 months ago

Life on the Apps: Part Two

"Hey everybody this is Ryan You may know me from my appearances on Brandi Glanville unfiltered or possibly as a producer on pride. I'm actually a CO founder of the very network. You're listening to this show on. We do this and quite a few others so make sure to check them out if you haven't already but the reason I'm talking to you today is that we're about to launch a new show one. I am really excited about a show. That's going to dive deep into the research of anonymous questions regarding health questions that all of us have but are afraid to ask our doctors. It's called Dr. Grandpa will be recording our very first episode really soon and to kick us off. We'd love your help. I know you've gotTA question head over to Dr GRANDPA DOT COM. That'S D. O. C. T. O. R. G. R. A. N. D. P. A. DOT COM and. Get Out. That question you've been dying to ask all anonymous of course to give you an idea. Some questions we've already received our does hand sanitizer really work. Can Vaccinations really cause autism? What is the best way to take? Cbd and does it really work? If you've got a question which I'm hoping you do head over to Dr GRANDPA DOT COM and help us out. We think it's going to be an incredible show and I really appreciate your participation. Now here's the show strut media. Should I record? You have the current virus. No I don't have the I've never heard you sneeze really. I don't think so. Hey Look I got my zinc sprays for me from Straw Media. This reading gland. Bill Ladies and Gentlemen Brandon Rain here. So we're here where embarrassed we are. Sorry Yeah and we don't give up right we're talking about is the podcast. I will never listen to I. Don't listen to them. It's the Dunkin podcast that we did it. One night like during the holidays. Yeah fi bottles of wine and I was nuts in a trip to China and we had Margaritas. There didn't yeah. You drink Margaritas wine there. Oh I didn't get one I said and have a margie but no it was it was a messy night. That's how I was shocked that we even had a podcast recording it. Well actually going through the recording the first twenty minutes of that. Actually I only ended up recording your channel and I didn't record mine great moment just like what. We're stupid just like you guys. Aaron Cajun on the holidays we get wasted and we share everything. We're open books so I hope you liked it. Laugh with US laugh at us. It's just fine people. And here's the end of that conversation of our lives all right so you said. House organ. I've been working like a dog Argon. Us Him hell or because he was in Portland. I said House Portland House organ. All right but really dog. No no phone fun. 'cause you know as a little teaser there but then he said okay then he said dog work up here too. I don't know what that means. Likely flying home this evening. Decide what my luck would include for added his valedictory. Thank you have been as I really give you fucking best. Podcasts fucking cherish. Let's do it anyway Straw. Media's fucking can and so is Brian and his girlfriend who are refused we fucking woon afraid of it like I'm not. I'm sexy motherfucker. I am in both in the region and so we go back to the tech CIS. Exactly okay okay. He ended it with saying decide. What my luck would include for. Additive added incentive. He's tight you out of this. Okay I'm GonNa say this He. I'm giving you a chapter on my book. I don't want to share. His is here in charge of being general. So it's actually quite amazing. Shut the fuck up and I love that. We're tying that she will. I would prefer to. I did tell him to fuck off but that said I want you to completely not shared by him but its share it. I Ski Person Skiba. I mean there's no you know we haven't said anything other than everything he said. You know we I dress and like I feel like yeah for sure. Okay here's your response to the added added incentive was really good with my mouth. Yeah wait so he's ready to prove it. And you said I think so. It's hot and heavy. And then he said Tonight Bay via Nadi. Welcome home for me okay and this is when we skipped because that was a little aggressive. He's like because you were like teasing it the fact and he said tonight it's going to happen and then you're like oh single alternate with that okay in my phone glove in that moment of gotten that at the right time it would have been like maybe. I was just trying to. There's a lot of stuff going on and it's just like at that moment. It was bedtime. Yeah Okay Okay you said I have an event that have to go through neo. Need to see if this works out. So yeah I do have an event I I do have event. I have to go. I do have an event I have to go to L. The though I o tooth. Oh okay okay so I think that he did not seek after that right there was like there was a. I feel like I kinda got there. Were like there was a couple of hours a couple of hours and then you said I felt like I got. I do have an event. I have to go to though need to see if that kiss works for me so I can decide if you get other oral appreciation and then quickly responds. With what time will your event in UH ready for action? No he was I was. I wasn't ready for like was tough because guys always just like let's do it now. I'll say that sad like you can get into that. I have the key I was doing. It was not here. Go Okay so you said it's at nine. I am contractually obligated to stay for at least one hour whereas located is what he said he said downtown and then you said maybe we can meet for a drink Friday somewhere closer to you. Okay okay. Oh interesting so then so then five five five or six hours passed and then you followed with that after saying maybe we can meet with for a drink somewhere. You fell with that five or six hours later. Saying hey handsome may agent is now joining me at this event tonight. So it looks like I'm going to picture of him in a brown liquor. Do not have the picture on there. A round liquor. What is a liquor Columbia? There it is there is. We haven't got there yet. We haven't got there yet. We are following. Change the train. Yeah so five hours later after you said maybe we can meet somewhere closer to you after I said that after you after you said that you followed up five hours later saying hey handsome this is you know for sure. My agent is joining me at this event tonight. So it looks like I'm GonNa have to Schmooze for the evening getting away from not situation understand. Reread Hariri that okay. Okay I get it. I get it now because I could not But the last part that I didn't read is pretty so I do get that. You are trying to get away but also trying to still lead him on. I fell fucking so okay. I'm GonNa read the whole thing. I I don't around me Ari go. Hey handsome. My agent is now joining me at this event tonight so it looks like an might have to Schmooze for the evening but I think you could still get lucky though maybe tomorrow. So basically. She's saying like this isn't happening tonight but maybe he doesn't happen tonight. That's a huge counting on. But tomorrow here response two minutes later saying enjoy the evening and then you say always good response. I left that free prior to that I should. There's something that's mixed Mr. Because Yeah 'cause he's like Oh come here and had like Brown. Where these messages? I sure maybe we'll get there. I mean we'll get there and then we'll get there because the next after you say always have always the next day at twelve at twelve in the afternoon you said. Did you make it back? That was me looking out for hoping for fucking hot debt there. We go so assuming his back from Portland now. He's back from Portland. No so you're re rereading this but not proper but did the message. I know missing priority. That was their phone calls now so so Bryant back today. Brilliant back that by how far too The reason I didn't like it I think December first of okay. Okay here's the Dick Video I think you in a whole new. Take it not not not mad. That's okay no yeah brandy is looking at her text with very very astutely shoes. We have important. I think is important as well. I'm not a not aware I don. I don't think you're a liar. I just think that maybe there are things that may have been said. That are not in this text message now. I know absolutely not is the only way of communication you had this. Yes absolutely not then. Maybe you are escalating things more than you thought you were. Maybe our HARAV fucking person. Why horrible why would you say that? Wa- I'm just saying like thank you know mean better than most fucking people know me so. I would love for you to read everything trying. I'm reading at all. It's great I think you think that your I I know what you think. Does he think I don't ever lady? Oh honestly I love you. I don't lie in labs. Will I know that I think you're not each other? That is how I full my world. Deliver there yeah. So why are you Savaii during this what I think I think that you did? I think you're great with now. I think you're great. You're like they said I like to fuck with people like I. I'm exactly a sexual person me too. I don't think you're doing anything. I don't think doing anything wrong here. I was just trying to. I'm sorry if I if you thought that I was saying the doing something wrong. I don't I don't think so. You Ten pushups right now. We're not GONNA do ten pushups as joke. Wow you're the fucking your get it I get it I get it. It got okay. We're close though because you mentioned this bottle. We haven't got there yet. I shouldn't you may go for sure. Okay as long as everything that's happening I can give you Russian to air ASS. I'll always send you if I'm actually not but like I literally I'm a hooker and saying to you a hooker with the guys and whatnot. But I'm a good fucking soul I exactly I I. It's weird like I would never ever. Yeah okay can I say some things? You're not a hooker. You want sex like anybody else. I don't think any of the things that you said. You need to feel regretful for and if you want some if you want some action. Lynch's you know like this. There's many there's many ways to get it like just if you're uncomfortable about it and this is not someone you're compatible with and that's and that's all it is that's awesome. Thank you so much filing so much. I think that we are power. I know that that five no I are now like I started lake figura so any way meal the girl. Wayne at the girl you all ago I it is. It is above our family. And have you ever heard of the term to spirit? This week pride. We begin our six part series when the queer history of the United States starting with the indigenous people of North America who had space in society for Third Fourth Fifth Sixth and even seventh genders which we now refer to under the general umbrella term to spirit. A lot of people would be shocked to hear how incredible their conception of gender was so four European showed up at the doorstep inside. Oh actually there's just two genders we'll also talk about the keystone and the British colonies in colonial America. Join US this week and subscribe to Pry Construct Media. Right now on apple podcasts. Spotify or wherever you get your favorite podcasts. If you like this episode please leave us a rating and review. It means a lot the fact that get get it like I literally. Yes I solicited. How was happening but like I was not why exactly because it got to a point where like I I don't know and just like I think that I just I feel like I have an idea of how men think so like I understand why escalated to. Where did all men think? Are You Shuqing? So I'm not mad at might everything you say like everything saying these things like. Turn me on and it's like you know. I'm just I'm not on the opposite end of this now. Says here's the thing so with It's this whole pushable that we have and as hope there's actually fucking amazingly dynamic your both you know you're both like doing this. Push and pull the whole thing. Exactly the whole point is like those an aggressive. This all started is that the video was fucking highly aggressive. He's a very attractive man. Yup I am not. I guess I'm not ready to I don't know I will say I'm not ready to With the phone my fame. Honestly when I finish your sentences like getting married is why am I like your my fun person? Do you feel like you're like my little white fucking. He will? No one knows about same said vet. We are we. Can we can reach Evren. I mean let's let's do it. Yes fucking to it. Oh We oh wait. Wait what we okay. Okay that was. Why do we yeah? Credit is this yes absolutely. We're almost to the end. Yes do it. Are you sure yeah? Of course okay so day that the last thing that was said was on my birthday December force December fourth December. Fourth Brady said I do have an event after go to though need to see might say prior to that vow. Ogan thing you said prior to that was tonight. Maybe Knotty locum for tonight. Maybe ninety. Welcome Pat me like thing that like onsite But what am I going to? I don't know you here's some brown like maybe we'll get there now. That was prior to that. Okay okay well I'M GONNA keep reading okay the event and then and then See if this works for me so I can decide if you get the other oral appreciation and then he says what time will your event end and the new say nine. Pm Your no no no nine. It's at nine but you're obligated to stay there for at least an hour And they said was located downtown and then he said maybe we can meet for a drink Friday and then you said now on same night. Same Day several hours later. Hey handsome my agent is now joining me at this thing. This is when you started to like push away a little bit CHR. They look having to work. Yes see you're GonNa have to choose and then maybe tomorrow is what you said. And they said enjoy the evening and then you said always which is way motherfucking do you. We rebate real good. And then you follow it up. I had a moment. Did you remember this? Yeah it was the next day on Friday looking for that. It's called. The conflict lives noon. Yeah you make it back. And then he says made. It made it home now looking at train options from La Dasani ago and then you say no then he says what's La Station. Did you use the you said Burbank downtown? Also I felt like I. Yeah Okay and then you said it takes a long time but you can get work done. Driving stresses me out fuck yet does tough. He thumbs up that sirens. Okay okay okay. And then silence. He was silent for several hours and then at seven so that was at two PM. Seven forty five. He says Ola says. Where's your evening taking you? I am Literally rise working but yet and then there is a picture of of a of a Whiskey bottle. Yes he sent to me. It's it's alone it's A. It's a good looking whiskey so nice. Thank Kenny Kenny. Good Sokaia little tumbler with whisky and whiskey bottle lick are Braille. -LICA- ooh what Brandy says UK were filming I was to us she was foaming at and then he says Where you filming and then you say we're in H. Make sense and then you followed that with saying I have a birthday party tonight in Beverly Hills. Will you be around there? He's no he said they won't was hoping to find you last night. Oh Shit boy escalated right there. Okay and then and then you say I was working and completely exhausted Beverly Hills the end. Okay so just went straight from Beverly Hills to to home. Is that right? Yeah okay. It's all right. Didn't make sense but that that is what it says and share a couple of Beverly Hills. The end of a dead re reach our then. He says on Thursday. You mentioned finding each other Friday night. That's the truth. The key he did he did reach out for that. I could not. Yeah and then you said I did. I'm sorry I didn't think I'd be shooting until so late. You Drew Chan Miss. Up to my fucking life after taking my children and You mean the new said we are done shooting on the sixty the December. I don't shoot tonight. I do have a birthday party though. And then you follow that up with saying okay on only a few minutes later thank literally will say we have a two hour shoot and then it will turn into a six hour because nothing happens. L. Make it up to that because I think that yeah exactly like sexual person this is. This is the end. This is where it ends. He stopped responding and I stopped. You will. There's two more. Oh wait what on the same day the same day but landed Okay they make it up and then I did definitely reach out. I like to say I don't even know what this says. I think you're drunk now. I cherish but it says boo. You're lucky and this is a bunch of Gobbledygook at says you but a good the I think it's a stick a bunch of words you high right. I think I'm for a good. I just think either you yelled this to your phone or you're just drunk typing wasted and thank you for having that take away. I mean I mean you read that now. Of course I was like a go. Fuck years of it's a lot of Responsive Vinnie though Siri. Now we think that like that. I'm free I mean responsibility Nisa Song Responsive. No yeah yeah I have drills radio on my phone right now ran Ooi. We we Syrian. Who is my child okay? I sent this to me to get his brother fucking shoe he events and responsive and look through have this responsibility. I have used five. I love well. It's it's it's a love situation so I never when they made masks. Why no you have to now you have to why now my birthday with. Pt Lakes Air. No It's interesting magazine. Love Your Life is who knows. How are we doing this? Thank you and I and with well like we are. We're fucking doing this. Yeah right I know you're young older. Apparently apparently it's See Bread but it's about to go down. Were were handling this not on your life. I mean partially. You're one of them. I vice grounded. I really do love you and I. I think that you can give each other a bit pay a bit. I've ever GONNA fucking sucker fucking asses suck it suck it suck is people sucking asses. I now so were during that double double seen. I've ran second by numbers. Sure like everyone take they doing devil time that fad. We've been doing it for a while. You've been durant for a long time to me. I'm in the METOO movement. No Meat you know never made this. But we're both working really hard. I have I do feel in a weird way that I love you too now. It's fucking where it doesn't exhibit Weird Weird on my moment and like we're with everything because you haven't met Max I didn't want to get on the the best thing it's separate like trump is like suck grade. Now it is. I think of it though but she gets to she. Isn't you know she has a living? We've talked about this ten thousand volts but not the high to feel like you're my boyfriend ever act with this boy like dude. Listen I definitely feel like I was like teasing it but I don't feel like that was like the ever answer of the the do now like I don't know if I don't know he. He was every time you gave him a little. He took a lot. I'm like I'm not mad at but that said like it was cryptic. Was the thing the thing that was. That's crazy about it. Is that every. Every time you gave a little. He took a lot and then do you mean by that will and then he expressed a lot and then and then you retract it a little bit. I think he wasn't a sense that he was able to sense that there was a little bit. But what has attached a station? Less is fucking more choice but that was the like the constitution. J- I don't know the cause you know 'cause you you sent the sexy stuff you're and you're expecting him to send the same sexiest but he escalated that to a level that was not really appropriate. I say Yes oh anyways we were. And if you don't WanNa do it don't fucking put it in your profile there we go and saying we're gonNA take a fucking moment and suck each other off. I don't know where it's coming from. I love that weird. Not where we spend all the time well guy on the text that the dude the guy that we read this entire episode what we have to be with Han. I don't want to say his name. Every can't yeah yeah text. Just you know learn. Learn your lesson learned your lesson. And but here's thing like you're my guy like he's not surgeon. Lesson is awesome I am a freak and I do like it. The certain things but that said like it's like Oh stuff because you were interesting and then Michael however Europe Route Winstons. Win Yes like I. Just think that one. I don't know I don't know I just got to be a little more sensitive. What am I anyone? I don't know what to do with it. All we do is win. Win Win. No No. That's the end of this episode. So he engaged. I guy working suck my fucking bag. Sukkur Dick Thanks for listening to Brandi. Glanville unfiltered download new episodes every week. 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Lyle Nott_ Children of God

House of the Risen Son

32:21 min | Last month

Lyle Nott_ Children of God

"Thanks for listening to the Risen Sun Church podcast we are the Church of hope healing and community. We're glad to have you learn and grow with us. If you're interested in able to support this ministry, please contact us at Risen Sun at Shaw Dot ca for available options God? Bless your. Day. Today's sermon is called children of God and would just do a quick recap of what we've been doing in the last four weeks there. For, the past four Sundays, we've been looking at the book of I John? We looked at some of the problems that were occurring in the early church that John's writing addresses when truth and fiction are mixed that's called narcissism we saw means enlightened and that was one of the problems that was going on there. It was a mixing of Christian truth with some Greek philosophy and its central teaching was at spirit is entirety good and matters entirely evil and the results that occurred because of the false belief. We also saw the problems of mixing false beliefs with Christian truth is still occurring today, and the best prevention is having a good and growing knowledge of God's word and being actively engaged with each other engaged with other knowledgeable growing believers. We looked at some of the warnings John gave the church, the church, being a group of believers who are supposed to build up and encourage each other in their faith in God and look after each other's needs and we looked at some of the John's words of encouragement. We are the church. We are a body of believers who does that? We noted that John, the writer of this letter was someone who was close to the community he was writing to and who had been an eyewitness of Jesus John. Starts is later back then by saying that which was from the beginning, which we have heard, which we have seen with our eyes which we have looked at and our hands have touched this, we proclaim concerning the word of life. John, rights. To assure them what they had heard from the beginning is indeed true. The letter testifies to the reality of the messiahs coming in the flesh and reassures the believers they have full access to the truth. It emphasizes godly living and practical carrying signs of those who genuinely know God. John writes very confidently because he was present when Jesus spoke these words and these truths that he shares in this letter in the book that we call for John. So it's good to have a first hand witness so that somebody who is actually knows what they're talking about is passing on the message. You ever heard something from a friend of a friend of a friend and you find out it wasn't even close to the truth. John was there with Christ when Christ was speaking and teaching his disciples and so he's telling the church what you heard from us at first this is the truth. Not The stuff that these other people are telling you. Now the guys that were mixing the Greek philosophy with Christian truce but what we told you at the first. Last week Wayne looked at Johns message to the Church telling the believes that we were living in the last hour. And Wayne explained the last hour is the period of time that started when Jesus left Earth and will end when Jesus returns and Wade made it abundantly clear that no one knows when Jesus will return. So we were also living in the last hour. Tonight we're going to look at first John Chapter three verses one to ten where John Continues to explain to believers who they are. Who we are. That is those of us who believe in Christ Jesus, and because of who we are what our lives of look like. And I want to preempt this by just saying. I'm here tonight not because I've made it not because I have it all together, not because I've arrived. But because God uses the willink. Uses the people who get knocked down and get back up again and try again who will continue to proclaim Jesus Lord even when they royally mess up and ask for forgiveness and start all over again. So I'm here because I'm in the battle with you guys I'm in the struggle with each one of you and I'm here to proclaim the truth of God because I believe it with all my heart. So let's go straight into first John Chapter three verses one to ten and I really liked John's passionate rating goes how great is the love the father has lavished on us that we should be called children of God, and that is what we are. The reason the world does not know us is that it did not know him. Dear friends. Now, we are children of God and what we will be has not yet been made known. But we know that when he appears, we shall be like him for we shall see him as he has. Everyone who has this hope in him purifies himself just as he is pure. Everyone who sins breaks the law in fact, sin is lawlessness but you know that he appeared so that he might take away our sense and in him is no sin. No one who lives in him keeps on sending no one who continues to sin has either seen him or known him. Dear children do not let anyone lead you astray he who does what is right is righteous justice. He is righteous. He who does what a sinful is of the devil because the devil has been sending from the beginning the reason the son of God appeared was to destroy the doubles work. No one who is born of God will continue to sin because God's seed remains in him he cannot go on sinning because he has been born of God. This is how we know who the children of God are and who the children of the devil art anyone who does not do. What is right is not a child of God nor is anyone who does not love his brother So, before we get discouraged packet and leave here because we meet anywhere close to the standard, let's take a look and see what it really means. So number one, it says through God, it is through God's Great. Love we become God's children. How great is the love the father has lavished on that we should be called children of God and that is what we are. That's the new identity. That's what we become as soon as we invite Jesus Christ into our life. And whether we feel like it or whether we believe it that is the truth. The Bible makes it abundantly clear that as soon as we ask, Christ into our life, his spirit comes and we become spiritually alive the first time since we took our breath. Does it raw is a poem written by Max Urban in one, thousand, nine, hundred, Ninety, seven it was put to music in the sixties. The palm includes the line. You are a child of the universe no less than the trees and the stars you have the right to be here anybody remember that. All these here. I'm not sure what it means to be up child of the universe definitely sounds hippyish in sixties. But I do take exception to that line no less than the trees on the stars you have a right to be here for a number of reasons. The first is my belief that God's love for us far exceeds his love for the trees in the stars God did not send his one and only son to die for the trees in the stars. God sent Jesus for us so that we could become as John States his children. God values each person far more than he values the treason, the stars. If you are feeling unappreciated or worthless. Let that sink in. You are greater value to God than the trees in the stars. I'm going to go on my second beef is with the phrase you have a right to be here. I'm going to go on a bit of Iraq here. Rights specifically how rights always come with responsibilities. An awful lot of what has been portrayed as news over the past number of months has shown people marching through streets, destroying property, disregarding laws and talking about their rights. Sadly, these blind ignorant people have totally disregarded their responsibilities, their responsibility to obey the laws of the land, their responsibility to have respect for other people's property their responsibility to respect other people's rights to freedom and safety their responsibility to allow other people their freedom to go to and from work and earn a living and to be taxes into sport the hundreds of benefits that people believe our rights. But in fact, privileges that accompany nations who citizens choose to live responsibly. Newcomers to Canada who have come here from other countries have to swear their allegiance to Canada to become citizens. Maybe all of the people born here should have to do that to starting at an early age. So all citizens of Canada have an understanding of the responsibilities that come with the privilege of living in Canada and not just the citizens who have immigrated here from another country. When I was growing up everyday at the start of school, we pledge our legions to the Canadian flag and we sing our national anthem. Every day. Sadly, these practices have been done away with, and I would suggest that the chains has not been for the better. We who live in Canada how the right to work together with the That accompany that right show up on time do the job to our best ability continually learn to do our work better tweet our fellow employees and our bosses respectively respectfully, and thank God for the privilege of working because not everyone count. We who live in Canada have the right to start a business together with the responsibilities that accompany running a business. Abiding, by the requirements of the city of Winnipeg which may include being registered and complying with other various bylaws the responsibilities of the province of Manitoba, which may include collecting and remitting retail sales tax and complying with various provincial licensing requirements. The responsibilities to the federal government, which may include collecting and remitting the goods and services tax filing GST returns withholding remitting payroll source deductions for employees and preparing and submitting t four's filing personal and corporate income tax returns as required. There are also workers compensation board safety requirements, as well as provincial trade certifications. We cried by our various unions and berries educational and licensing standards for a host of employment opportunities, everything from healthcare food handlers to doctors and lawyers. Yes you have rights but only if an as you accept the responsibility that accompanied those rights. When you have an emphasis on rights without responsibilities, you have anarchy. And we've seen plenty of what that looks like the news. So. With respect to that line in desert or Oughta, your child of the universe no less than the trees and the stars you have a right to be here. I would change that to reflect the truth. You are a child of God a far greater value than the trees and the stars, and you have a purpose for being here. So enough said about to John and his teaching. I didn't hear any. Responsibility stuff. So John says again, in his letter, how grade is the love of the father is lavished on us that we should be called children of God, and that is what we are. And I, truly believe. That as we believe that statement. As we truly except that we are God's children. We will live an act and think and behave differently. We think of the scandals that we see in the royal family. When they are caught living, not royalty is expected to relive. And they know what they've done. No that they've stepped over that line. And we as God's children. We do the same thing. We instantly know because the Holy Spirit, tells us when we've stepped over the line. But. The more that we can identify ourselves as God's children. The last we're GONNA step over that line because we know who we are. Psychology talks about congressmens it's where our actions are in agreement with our beliefs. Congruence. As it relates to our perception of self means a fairly accurate match between ourselves concept and reality who we really are is close to who we think and believe we are. Incongruence is the discrepancy difference between ourselves, concept and reality. where? Who you really are does not even come close to who we think and believe we are. Have you ever met people like that legends in their own minds? Now The greatest or the greater the incongruence, the more pain and difficulty we experience if you mess around with the nine volt battery, there will be very little consequence unless it's hooked up to a Taser. Mess around with one, hundred, twenty, five volts, and you will be reasonably careful not to do it again. Mess up with two hundred and fifty volts and I guarantee you. You'll be very careful not to make that mistake again. And if you mess up ten thousand volts. You will carry the scars for life if you live. FACEBOOK is full of post, that Shaw what in Congress looks like when it comes to what people believe they are capable of. The are actually capable of sometimes the difference between belief. And sometimes it is quite painful. Some of the most poorly thought out actions people take often preceded by the phrase. Hey, watch this. Every guy in here is done this at one time or another hey, watch this and then inflicted huge amount of pain on ourselves. New Christians often I dare say usually struggle with in Congress the truth of who they are in Christ God's children and the false belief they are still centers. This is because they have fought of themselves in certain ways for so long it is hard to accept the truth of who they are. Now now that they have accepted Jesus forgiveness for sins that is to think of themselves as children of God. The good news is that John provides instructions and how to get rid of this incongruence. So, how do we do this? Number One. Quit cynic. I know that sounds like really obvious but it's true quit sending. Everyone who sins breaks the law in fact, sin is lawlessness but you know that he appears so that he might take away our sins and in him is no sin no one who lives in him keeps on sending no one who continues to send his either seen him or known him. And Paul in his letter to the Romans says you died to sin how can you live in it? Any longer? To country boys having a heated argument. Taking the chicken locked its head off because it was going to be dinner that night and the chicken is running around all over the place and the one brother saying the chickens dead and the other brothers saying, no, he's still alive. A priest comes down the road. So they went up to the priests. got asked the priests would you settle this argument for us? So the pre stakes, the luck ceases chicken around running around all over the place and he says he's dead he just don't know it yet. And that's how we are to send. When we give our lives to Christ, we have died to sin whereas devastat chicken with the headlock off with comes to send. But until we get to believe that we are children of God, we're GonNa still live a centers, which is why it is so important for us to get a grip on the identity that we now have as Christians. There is a saying that can be the power of this truth. So we thought and you reap action. So an action and you reap a habit so a habit and you reap a character so character and you reap a destiny. And I would add repo destiny good or bad. It is your choice to choose your thoughts carefully wise like. Henry Ford. The founder of the Ford Motor Car Company said whether you think you can or you think you can't. You're right. I've talked before about how psychologists founded attitudes, what we think and believe. They follow our actions and actions are easier to change the beliefs. So if you want to change your beliefs start changing your actions. This is why there is truth in the saying fake it until you make it start doing the right things and your beliefs will eventually catch up and match your actions. July or August one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, nine when I was in the same condition I am now. Lightly pointy and we OUTTA SHAPE. I started going to three hundred, twenty meter track beside the school near the apartment where I lived and I started to run which consisted of jogging fifty to one hundred steps and then walking fifty to one hundred steps. And I absolutely did not think of myself as a runner. But I kept it up three or four times a week rain or shine and I started to include some stretching and some sit-ups and push-ups in the routine and it wasn't long before I could actually jog a whole lap around that little truck. And I. Kept on doing that once I got to where I could do eight to ten laps I started running through the neighborhood to literally stopped running in circles. By January I was running three miles, five kilometers for you metric. And when I got transferred down to Houston Texas in February for six weeks, I continued running there one evening I got the idea that I run two laps around the three mile running path that runs through the park in Houston Texas. And the soon as I finished running though six miles. The idea came to me that if I could run six miles, I could run twenty six miles to complete a full marathon. Just over four months later on father's Day. Inch. Thing until you've done it, you have no idea what it's like. June on Father's Day June of two thousand. Iran, and completed the Mount Toba. Marathon. Right there thousand. Jokingly see I don't know what sadder the fact that they paid fifty bucks to put myself through that much paint and get a six dollar t shirt or the fact that I still have that she t shirt twenty years later. I continued to run and I completed three more full marathons half marathon the polar bear run across Lake Winnipeg on the ice and many other races between five and twenty kilometers long. What was most interesting to me? Was the change in my attitude and thinking. I quit eating junk food. Most of it I tried to ensure I got adequate rest I started going to other local running events and I became friends with other runners. I joined the Manitoba Renders Association and I got a subscription to runner's world magazine. I started to think of myself as runner. Because I had become a runner. And it all started with a simple of action of going to the little track near where I lived and jogging fifty to one hundred steps at a time. Our dear brother Brad was five hundred pounds of ugly biker when he started coming to Bible study. At some point Gavin lately asked Brad when he was going to start looking after himself and then Gavin encouraged him to start going to the gym and he did Again. And again and again and again. Over the past few years Brad has lost a as much as I way and is now very ripped three hundred pound handsome biker. The truth is consistent. Small steps can result in major changes. Each time we say, no to attempt station or refrain from doing something we know we shouldn't do. We break its power over us, and we eventually start to think differently about ourselves about who we are who we believe. We are about what is possible The more we read and listen to God's word and hang out with other like-minded Christ followers who want to grow in their faith and knowledge of God. The more are thinking changes. The more our old lives become less appealing on the more. The old ways of living begin to stop we become as Paul says in the book of Romans transformed by the renewing of our minds, we start to think of ourselves as children of God. So the number to in getting rid of the incongruence is live in him. So. John States in this passage no one who lives in him keep on sinning. What does it mean to live in him further in this letter John Chapter Four Verse Chapter Four Verse Thirteen, He provides an explanation. John Rights. We know that we live in him and he and us because he has given us his spirit. That's what I'd sit earlier when we asked Jesus Christ for forgiveness and accept the gift he gives he places in us his spirit and we become spiritual life for the first time in our lives. We who were born spiritually dead become spiritually alive. This is the riddle Adrian uses to share the Gospel born once die twice born twice die once you can ask Etienne after the service to explain it to you. We live in him Jesus because he lives in us. That is why it is so crucial to spend time with him and get to know him who is now living in you. Brother Lawrence live from sixteen fourteen to sixteen ninety one learned to be fully aware of God's presence at all times regardless of what he was doing or where he was whether working in the kitchen of the monastery where he lived or buying groceries in the village or kneeling beside his bed in prayer it made no difference stick him because he was fully aware that God's spirit lived in him and was always with him as he is with us. His journey to this awareness is documented in his letters to another monk and are available in small book entitled Practicing the Presence Of God you want to grow in your awareness of God's presence with you. I would encourage you to read it. It's available on Amazon Front or ten bucks. So to summarize start getting rid of wrong thinking about who we are and to start believing the truth that we are indeed children of God we need to stop sinning and become aware of God's presence in us. Number three don't let anyone lead you astray. Dear children do not let anyone lead you astray he who does what is right is righteous just as he is righteous he who does what a sinful of the devil because the devil has been sending from the beginning the reason the son of God appeared was to destroy the Devil's work. First Corinthians fifteen, thirty, three says. Do not be misled bad company corrupts good character. Come back to your senses as you ought and stop sinning. Every one of us knows that is true. We hang around with people who influence us to do things that we know we would not otherwise do. There is a question that is asked recovery meetings what needs to change. What's the answer? What's the answer? Everything everything needs to change. Guys. Stop following every cute Gal that give you the time of day and herself. You know the truth that you were taking far more than you're giving your buddies all WanNa, go drink beer and watch the strippers. You need. To. Change bodies. GALS. quit giving yourself to every guy that is supportive and willing to help you out. He is there for one reason quit putting out and see how long he sticks around. People quit living in ignorance every time you joined with someone sexually you are being joined with them spiritually. God says what I have joined together. Let not separate. God joins spirit. So if you're wondering where some of the voices are coming from a wide, there is chaos in your life understand that you have been joined spiritually with every person you've been with sexually. Healing that damage, we'll take some serious prayer and repentance. So stop now. Stop now so that the heathen can start. You are far greater value from the trees and the stars treat yourself as valuable. Learned the value yourself as God values you he loves you enough that he send a son to die a painful horrible best death you are huge value to God. The truth is if you continue to hang with the same people and do the same stuff, it will be extremely difficult if not impossible to ever start believing you are a child of God and living as a child of God. You will never know the blessings God house for you because you will never be a place to receive them. This is a painful but life changing truth. Being alone. Is Infinitely. Better than remaining in a friendship with someone who will not support you in the changes you are wanting and needing in your life. Being alone, often necessary to have the time it takes to heal from some of the physical and mental and spiritual wounds wounds we have experienced. If you're married or in a long term committed relationship or have kids together. You have a challenge ahead of you to draw near to God and try to be an encouragement to your unbelieving partner. The truth is we are never alone. Deuteronomy thirty one eight gives us this promise the Lord himself goes before you and we'll be with you. He will never leave you or forsake. You do not be afraid. Do not be discouraged. That is the truth as a believer you are a child of God, and you are never alone. Paul goes on to say neither heights nor depth nor principalities nor anything in all creation can separate us from the love of Christ. We just read. We know that we live in him and he and us because he has given us his spirit. So understand you are not alone God's spirit is always with you. If you were in need of new friends who will support you living as a child of God ask God to bring. A brother or sister in Christ into your life, and then watch to see who he brings in. And be careful remember the warning. Do, not let anyone lead you astray. If a new friend is encouraging you to participate in things that you know are not in keeping with living as a child of God this is not a friend that God has sent. Keep waiting and praying. The Apostle Paul who was raised assault as a Pharisee, a teacher of the law when he gave his life to Christ he quit hanging out with this pharisee brothers and sisters, brothers and started challenge them on their false teachings and their false beliefs. And the Pharisees were not happy with Paul. Paul rates five times I received from the juice forty lashes minus one three times I beaten with rods once I was stoned Paul's former friends turned against him. So don't be surprised if your friends do the same when you start trying to live a whole healthy life. If you've accepted Jesus as your Lord and Savior are now wondering what you may have gotten yourself into be. This God's left for you goes far beyond what we can understand evidence by the giving his son and then his spirit. Some of what we have talked about is heavy. So I want to end with some positive words of truth. God has plans for you. And you. And you and you and every single person here. God has plans for you. He has plans to prosper you and not to harm you. Paul the guy we just read about includes these words in his letter to the believers episodes and they are for us today. For this reason I kneel before the father from whom every family in heaven and on earth derives its name. I. Pray that out of his glorious riches, he may strengthen you with power through his spirit in your inner being so that Christ may dwell in your hearts through faith. And I pray that you being rooted and established in love may have power together with all the saints to grouse how wide and long and high and deep is the love of Christ and to know this love that surpasses knowledge that you may be filled to the measure of all the fullness of God. Now. To Him who is able to do immeasurably immeasurably more that all we ask or imagine. To according to his power that is at work within us to him be glory in the Church and in Christ Jesus throughout all generations forever and ever man. This is what you have gotten yourself into. A life of loving and being loved by God I'm by your brothers and sisters in Christ and growing, and discovering and using the gifts and abilities. God has given you and we'll give you a life filled with hope and possibilities a life filled with the fruit of God's spirit living in you love joy and peace patience kindness and goodness and faithfulness gentleness and self control and eternal life with God in. Heaven. So in summary. One. quit sinning and quit being weather straight. To. No. No, no. That you are a child of God and that God loves you immensely. Three live like a child of God. That stand together please. God. That is our prayer tonight. We call out to you Lord. We want to know. That we are your children. Now, we know that your word says that we know that it's true. Lord help us to believe it. Helps, the man. Jesus said helped me in my end belief. Father I asked by your spirits power tonight that you will make yourself not each one here. Lord let them hear your still small voice and that absolute confirmation that you love them. Immensely. That your spirit dwells in them and that you have plans for them you have purposes for them that everything they may have done. That was offensive to you has been covered by Jesus blood, and the past is in the past and they are now this moment this day a new person in Christ Jesus and we praise you for that. So have your way in amongst every person here those who are listening online. Lord let them know that they are your children that you love them. We see things in Jesus precious and holy name. Now the benediction comes from the words that Paul wrote to the Fijian's, and I pray that you being rooted and established in love may have power together with all the saints to grasp how wide and long and high and deep is the love of Christ and to know this love that surpasses knowledge that you may be filled to the measure of all the fullness of God. He meant.

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17 Ways to Get Motivated and Stop Procrastinating

The Tai Lopez Show

35:56 min | 10 months ago

17 Ways to Get Motivated and Stop Procrastinating

"Out of the ashes. You will rise if you feel sad. Loss depressed finances are in the gutter social life. You're lonely out of the ashes. Rushes you will rise here my garage. Invest in yourself always be curious. Don't be a cynic mm sleeping on a couch in a mobile home with only forty seven dollars in my bank account when everything's burnt to the ground when you're sad lost depressed and everything is at rock bottom. You get to rebuild the sack and precise way you want the damn thing. Rebuilt Health Wealth love happiness each of these four golden. In case. You missed the last episode. Make sure you go back and check it out. Here's what went down. I wish I could have dark teaser. Gun and a second someone In fucking and noises shit out of me I could shoot them him. Ten thousand volts. Dan's here with HR does that violate any HR. I'm GONNA find the country in the world and anywhere that's legal okay. I'll only do it to people who deserve somebody. I told the same thing seventeen times. I'm like this person needs to pave coming up today. If you want to do bigger things in life you WANNA be happier. You've gotTA motivate yourself. Excitement travel adventure fun abundance wealth everything everything. Good emanates motivation. It's very simple. Welcome to today's podcast. This is an interesting one was very interesting for me to learn about this. I've been learning about it. What are the seventeen eighteen? Things that motivate us. See if you want to do bigger things in life if you WANNA be happier. You've gotTA motivate yourself. What's The opposite of motivation Vatian procrastination? What is procrastination? Lead to regret. Was the opposite of that motivation. What motivation lead to excitement travel adventure venture fund abundance wealth everything good emanates out of motivation? It's very simple. You and I are kind of like a car. You got cars got a lot of potential sitting in the garage but that card. I never get out. It's just a car. A car is only useful when it's moving that's like you and I were only happy when we're doing stuff now. Of course we gotta arrest and we gotTa have peace when we're not. We're not achieving. I'm not saying all of life's about accomplishment but make no mistake life's about doing stuff enjoying stuff enjoying yourself enjoyed others enjoying life now. I wanted to record this. Seventeen ways to motivate yourself. Seventeen things you have to understand about your motivation because most the motivational advice most of the inspiration advice is basically wrong. And it's wrong because it's oversimplified it's an over generalization of a somewhat complicated concepts. Some people will tell you ought to be happy. Just love yourself ought to be happy. Just look within Oh to be happy just pursue money to be happy just help others. They're all wrong long. Although they're Kinda right there right in the fact that they got one of them right or two of them but there's more going back to the car analogy. You and I are like a car in a garage. Motivation is the gas you got a poor gas into the car. It just sits there joe soft soft understand what kind of gas do put unleaded you put in these or dry tesla you need to electrically charge. It got understand the components of the engine. The engine's not just one thing you lift up the hood of any car. It's full of different parts. Different things are moving different and things and if you would pull back our brains and understand what's going on in our minds your mind. There's probably at least seventeen different pieces moving. I want you to understand what we're going to talk about today. The more you understand the more you can change your life. If there's things in your life you don't understand one of my mentors on the nation said secret to change is I starting with understanding why things are like they are see a lot of people just want to change the world but they don't don't start by understanding why the heck we are where we are now like politics with Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton and the election that passed on trump. The president a lot of people just want to change it all. This has changed healthcare. Well Lot of presidents have tried that Republican Democrat. A lot of them have failed to do a good good job with that hard question. You have to understand healthcare at its deepest route. You've got to understand what makes people sick. Why are so many people overweight in the United States? What's wrong with the inequalities in health? Care how to doctors work. How are hospitals being paid? Once you understand the whole big picture then you come up with good solutions. same aim with our lives. You want to live a good life. You want overcome. Procrastination you WANNA avoid regret you want to do. Awesome things both for yourself your family and for the world at large and civilization and you WanNa help yourself to help others you want to be happy healthy wealthy love you have love and romance in your life you better understand. What makes everybody everybody tick and start with yourself? And so you might have heard of this thing called maslow's hierarchy of needs. It's like a pyramid and it shows you. You know the hierarchy of things we need I. We need shelter and all this stuff this. I'm here in Oslo Norway and I was just doing some research on different things and there is a nineteen thirty. The eight a scientist named Murray came up with what I consider something much more interesting than Maslow's hierarchy of needs maslow's hierarchy of needs cooled. Explains why we do what we do. But it's it's missing stuff so murray systems of needs is what I'm going to talk about as an explanation for seventeen ways you and I. I can motivate ourself and overcome procrastination. Learn these memorize these studies. Listen to this podcast over and over or go out and buy I book on it or Google Murray system these. I'M GONNA explain to you a little bit of my take on it and I hope it will help you. There's about seventeen reasons. We do what we do you about seventy. Let's go through them. The first one achievement to accomplish difficult tasks overcoming obstacles news and becoming an expert so in life. I don't want you to shy away. We should not shy away from becoming a skilled expert in something something you know a lot of people when it comes to making money especially they'll say I don't. What's an easy way to make money? Well I said well. Why do you want an easy way to make money? Like not only is there probably not an easy way to make big money. I just had dinner with St bomber week ago or so and you know he's I call him a twenty billion dollar man man. That's his net worth twenty billion not million billion and he was business partners with Bill Gates. Now he owns the Clippers basketball team and I was talking to him and he's he's you know we're having dinner. He and I and he said the problem with most businesses and people as they give up. He said they have no stick to it of this. That was his word he said and oftentimes if you look throughout history. It's the things that were hard to do that. Really had the big payoffs that was exact words big payoffs offs so take that whatever you will be payoffs financially payoffs happiness big payoffs for the rest of the world helping other so breath away from the need to achieve because some people will tell you know like Buddhism for example says that all suffering income from desire which is probably true honestly. But it doesn't mean that you should avoid all suffering right. Maybe you should take a little bit of Buddhism limit pure desire but it's okay desire to achieve it's part of view and is psychological our basic DNA makeup. The next one is recognition describe being accomplishments implements. The A lot of people will tell you when you do big things you should do without seeking recognition. Y says who I was just listening to the Audio Book Titan. Rockefeller everyone should listen book. Even if you know not everyone likes Rockefeller Right. Because he's controversial versus person but there's some very interesting takeaways for everybody and one of the things was Rockefeller. He started his first real job outside of his upbringing. Gene was as an accountant and he always said none of my competitors know their numbers better than me and it's my competitive advantage. He understood his his businesses numbers. I was like after I read this book. I was like I get even better. I mean I know my numbers but he knew his numbers in and out in and out and he basically considered it his number one competitor manage so in the modern world world that was in the late eighteen hundreds right when he kinda rose up early. Nineteen Hundreds Rockefeller for you. And I think we've gotten more complex. The IRS code is more complex flex than it ever was taxes accounting systems. Now we use software right back then. They would write it in ledger books and most entrepreneurs that follow me when I talked about their accounting. It's all over the place. Okay all over the place so you've got one system for sales and one for accounting one for inventory too much time to many different resources and it's hurting their bottom line. So one of my sponsors is net sweet right there by Oracle and they've got created a cloud based business management the software. That handles all those aspects of Your Business Okay. So they're doing the all in one that everybody needs. Okay that's why nets we is the world's number one cloud business system so net street right now. Net Suite is offering you valuable incites with the free guide seven strategies to grow your profits so go to net sweet dot com slash my name net sweet dot com slash tie. Hi that's nets dot com slash t I to download your free guide. Seven key strategies to grow profits. We spell it N. E. T. S. issue I T. E. DOT com slash T. A.. I know your numbers and I wish you the best asked and I hope you become as big as Rockefeller and remember you heard about it on my show and you give me half your money later. Now I'm just joking. He had I think four to six hundred billion in today's dollars. So if my podcast helps you do that and that sweet helps you do that. At least take me out and a steak dinner. You see a lot of people tell you when you do big things you doom without seeking recognition. Why says who says this is a whole bunch of cliche advice from that stems from some two thousand ten thousand year old misunderstanding of America of human psychology? We know psychology. Okay now. I want to emphasize one things I go through these seventeen. I'm not saying that one of these seventeen should be your dominant dominant reason for living. That's why said there's seventeen you probably needs seventeen equally balanced fangs approaches. The life maybe five percent of your life for example should be about achievement. Five percent of your life should be about getting recognized not one hundred percent see see. That's the that's where people oversimplify if you say well you should want recognition they go. Oh well what kind of life would it be where you just saw the recognition of other people will. We're not you know I want to look and say hey idiot. We ain't saying all of it were saying that part of it. I always say happiness in life is like making a good bowl of chicken noodle soup sup- you don't want all celery. You'd want all chicken. You don't want all salt you don't want all vegetables. You don't want all noodles you want a mix of them all and that's the same with these seventeen areas of life that we have to master the next one is exhibition to impress others through one's action. In words this is an area of our five basic needs ambition even if we shocked people. It's okay at times to exhibit your success. I posted a video of me. Doing a what I call it a random act of kindness. Some random acts. I was driving to the airport to go to Norway and I had took three grand and I just while I was driving down to the airport the kind of not so nice area of La where there's a lot more poverty pretty. This is kind of an area where I was closer to where I was born. I wasn't born in Beverly Hills and I handed out a grand kid who was selling chocolate Kabar and the side of a outside a grocery store a handed a Grad woman was a turned out. She was a single mom. I didn't know this. She came up to me and said Oh my God is going to pay for my kids school or something so I posted that and it went viral. I think it's a mature in a day or two. It's got the million views views on facebook and thirty thousand likes and comments all this you know in some comments. People are mad because they're like. Are you doing these things just for exhibition shouldn't just for recognition and Nassar's. No you know I give a guy wrote well you just give everything everything away for recognition. I'm like no how do you know how much maybe I've given millions away in secrecy anonymously. You know and an but at the same time. I'm not afraid to have a little bit of exhibition as long as it doesn't dominate your life. If your life is not dominated by the it says an an obsessive need to for people to love you. It's okay though they have five percent of your life want to be loved. What's wrong with that? What fools are out there? In this world right now you know just crazy people over-simplified life all right so that was the first category ambition ambush which is made up of achievement recognition exhibition Zeca. What does materialism which is divided up in acquisition order retention and construction so materialism let's go through acquisition obtaining things it's okay to have some materialistic acquisition goals as I said if it's ninety percent of what drives you? It's too much but if it's five percent or even ten percent who cares. Everybody needs some material. Things clothing is material things. A roof over your head is material things you know. A book book is material. Things are these. The root of all evil. Know the root of all evil is uh N- requested or I should say controllable materialism uncontrollable thirst for acquisition. But some Thurs FRAC acquisitions healthy in fact a lot of people are meat are materialistic enough. You know they could hardly take care of themselves and their family and they don't have any money to share with the poor or hardly any may need to acquire a little bit more but I also goes up. You've got a friend and I had to tone them down man as was purpose for living like made money a my. Why you already are multi multimillionaire like how can that be? You're driving forces. I just like the number mind number being higher than others. Yes and I'm like that's kind of stupid dude. Listen to yourself talk you know. Find the happy balance that happy medium all right next order tomake pigs clean neat and tidy materialistic goal. Okay that's great bring order to your finances. Clean them up. Pay Off the things. You should have paid off clean. It up next is retention hoarding. Things you know there's that reality -ality show hoarders where they like have huge amounts of stuff saved up and that's too much. That's too excessive. But I'll tell you I had a friend who decided decided he wasn't going to hoard anything he listened to some over-simplistic piece of advice that you should never heard anything. And he threw away all this stuff and boy he. He threw away some of his best memories as best pictures some interviews he had done with people who are dead and he regrets it horde. Some things te-ok don't get on TV show. That's too much dairy Elizabeth Construction. That's both physical things and non-physical but builds up stuff rebuild. A car. Build a shed out back. Get your hands dirty already. When I lived the Amish everyone here knows how to build their own house? You know what's wrong with that. He needed all right. Let's move to the next one. This is an interesting one. One of the subcategories here. And there's actually in this there's in some ways there's more than five but giving even expanded one by the way to Maslow's hierarchy of needs. I like this one better. Believe okay the next one. is He called defensive status okay. There's three types of defense of your status Info avoidance defendants and counteraction INFO avoidance. Radiance is concealing a handicapper failing. So it's okay to do that a little bit. You know I think some people do it too much. You ever have a friend who will never say they were wrong. Never admit a flaw. That's too much but I know some people who just grovel and walk around like Oh woe is me. Everything's wrong with me. Dot have a little bit of pride but not too much could seal a little bit of your failings handicaps but at the flip side. Also know that showing some of your failings at times can be a great tool Arnold Schwarzenegger the bodybuilder. He said he used to wear clothes. That highlight is weaknesses because it motivated him to lift weights. He the cavs his lower legs were the weak point at one at one Time in his life so he'd always wear shorts because then he said I'm going to. I don't want all people to see this so he fixed it so there's multiple ways you can do this big word of influence but at the end of the day focus a little bit on your handicaps and failings in concealing or fixing them as even better. The next is defendants defend oneself against the DAKO blade hiding any failure of the self explaining excuse. Some people say I'll never make excuses of haters criticize you. Just you know a quiet word turns away all haters. No it doesn't you need to defend yourself at times but you got to pick and choose. I was talking to one of my mentors. Dr David Bust the famous evolutionary psychologists. He said you know as you increase increase in success and status people will attack you. It always has happened. Always will he said you have to pick and choose. You can't always defend against every little attack but some attacks you must get a word in edgewise Beck's counter action to make up for failure by trying again seeking pride rightfully to overcome obstacles. You know one thing that I wish some people had more of. I wish some people had more pride now other people I wish had less bride as that balance once again. We'll have some employees. Were for me. Who Make the same mistakes? And you're like you talked to him. Like what the Heck's wrong with you make the same state and you can just see it. They don't have enough pride I to go never again. I don't like to be reprimanded so I ain't GonNa let myself get reprimanding. I'm a fixed my problems. It's okay to have a little bit of that all right. Let's move on move a little faster here. Because I'm hungry. WanNa go eat human power one of the. The things that motivates you in life is human power divided into dominance deference autonomy contrary. It's aggression and a basement and dot. Sorry there's a few more blame avoidance harm avoidance and IMF avoidance which we talked about. So here's the deal. He would power dominates to control one's environment controlling other people through commander persuasion. It's okay for you to be a little bossy. Some of the time to some of the people but notice what the next area of human human power is deference to Admire Sapir person praising them unyielding to them and following their rules. I mean some people die. You don't need a mentor. Just listen to yourself. Everything you need gate is within you know you need some difference. Boy You walk in a room you walk in and Jim and you can only bench one hundred pounds and another person benches five hundred under pounds have a little deference you walk into a fight club a little gem a little MMA training thing as your first day and you walk up to a black belt and Jitsu or Moi Tyke I can kick your ass. I'm the best boy you learn hardway. You'd better have some admiration. Admiration for superior. People is not superior in all ways. It's superior at a certain skill. Can't believe some people say no one's better than others well at certain certain things are. You don't think you need heart surgery. There's some people better than others. You'RE GONNA ask your uncle to do your heart surgery. You're going to ask a professional surgeon region who's done eight hundred operation come on now. People losing their mind in the modern world with their cliche bad advice on. What makes us take? You need. Some dominance you need some difference autonomy breaking free from constraints resisting coercion dominating authority. So you also need some autonomy see need some deference where you listen to others but you also need at times to call your own shots you gotta be wise to know when to do either one one. Because they're opposite polar ends of the spectrum. I was played basketball yesterday with Zach here in Norway. Not many people play but there was a mother with her little kid little one or two two year old walking and his funny the kid I always noticed little kids always try to run away from their parents. It's like they're they're join. I realized that's part of the Human Psyche Autonomy next is contrary NECE contrarian being oppositional it's okay to be somewhat contrary you ever met somebody who's who's to contrary and no matter what you say. They take devil's advocate to the point of absurdity Allen's next aggression it's okay to have some aggression forcefully the overcoming opponent every once in a while in life in fact this bullying epidemic that people talk about in school. Part of the solution is a peaceful one talking Dow getting parents involved but every once in a while a quick swift punch to the knows little aggression can go a long way. I can go along way more than people talk and you know I read a statistic that two three two out of three women on planet Earth get assaulted at some point which is an absolute tragedy of epic proportions and part of the solution is education and all saw part solutions peacemaking. But I'll tell you this if every little girl grew up learning Brazilian billion Jujitsu and a little boxing because some of them are stronger than men. You know there's plenty of strong women and week guys out there Quick Swift Punch to the nose or Jujitsu. chokehold is going to bring that statistic down now inning solve it all all okay again. I'm not going to oversimplify a hard problem. But a little aggression in the world will go a long way too much aggression is also the cause because of untold horror. Too much war. I always like what Roosevelt said quietly but carry a big stick. That seems like a great a great way to deal with things. Seems like what parents should probably teach their kids walk quietly. Don't bully anyone school you you know but if someone kid comes up to you nonstop and it pushing you in throwing you down at some point you may have to lay down the law on them all right another another human power area of our psyche. Abasement to surrender and submit to others except blaming punishment to enjoy pain in his fortune. You gotTa have a little bit of that. You got a little bit after. Be Able to be happy when things ain't going so well are you gonNa have a crappy life blame avoidance shifting and stifling fling blameworthy. Impulses see you got to have a little part of you. That doesn't want to get proven wrong so that you avoid doing stupid things harm avoidance you got out so people I have a friend tells me he's afraid of nothing. I'm like really afraid of being tortured in a car crash crash that leaves you paying for the rest of your life. Finally got him to admit that maybe he is. But you got to have a little bit hard but I know some people harm they get out of bed. Subtitle hardly do anything adventures. All they could think of is harm. You gotTa have that balance again. Influence again avoiding being humiliated or some people abar petrified. They can't do public speaking because all they think about is what if people laugh at me. That's too much influence but I know other people that get out in life in fact back the other day God i. We're not with the group of people and it's one girl got so drunk in was so annoying and then she told me later. She's like I don't have a lot of friends. No one wants to hang out with me and that was like well. What do you think that means? She's like no that just means that people don't understand me I'm like no it means you need more info avoid. It's more more changer. In behavior behavior so that people don't WanNa avoid you. Okay move to. There's two more categories here affection between people and exchange information. Let's talk about these real quick. What drives you? What motivates you affection between people affiliation to be close and loyal to another person pleasing them in winning their friendship and attention? It's okay Eh to do things that build friendships ran. It's okay people say you should live only for yourself. Bullshit Bullshit. Sex to to form relationships that lead sexual North Ready State for people tell you you know that the carnal desires of the human. Somebody are somehow wrong guilty. You should feel guilty for them. Nope but of course there are people that go crazy with this and take it too far. Find your balanced college rejection reject things at say it's okay to reject some people abandon them so people just can't Larry David. I don't know if you know who he is. He's the one of the wealthiest guys in Hollywood but he created Co created the TV show Seinfeld and the show. Curb your enthusiasm. He's the famous comedian and I had dinner. I had lunch with them last year and it was so funny because one of the things he was saying. I've heard him say is that he can't get rid of friends even horrible friends. He just feels like he can't reject them and once a friend with him no matter how miserable has friends make him. He sticks with it but I don't I don't even think he's saying that's a great way to live. It's a flaw. He's saying he has reject some people. All you entrepreneurship me when you got stupid people work for you be like goodbye and never looked back but at the other hand listened to this next human motivator nurturance to help the helpless plus feed them and keep them from danger. Mean sometimes you gotta not reject somebody. Everyone had an experiment. I did where I called it. My business bodyguard's not physical bodyguards. I just got this word from Alexander. The great what it was I took in about twenty people and I said you can work with me. I'll train you in what I know. There's a very frustrating experience. Not One of my favorites but I learned a lot. One person made it through the program one person and so I chose to reject act nineteen people but there's one person who was not was still learning how to be an entrepreneur. Wasn't great at it. I saw potential in them. Even though in some ways is he was helpless at his business. I took the time to nurture. And he's become It's been amazing to watch it. UNFOLD BUT REJECTS WREXHAM IN. That case was pretty extreme. I reject in nineteen out of twenty but the no. It's not always that much all right. Knicks sucker INS to have one's needs satisfied or some but he or something including being love nurse help forgiving and consoled some people tell you should be strong independent you know like beyond say songs independent woman. Well let's let's have real talk here. Humans Amen to be so independent. Were meant to have the need for some soccer. It's some that's not sucker. It's an old school word. It's okay to need Bavin shoulder to cry on period and story psychological needs play. Have Fun Laugh. Relax all work and no play makes Johnny adult boy boy. I mean some of these entrepreneurs they're just like I grind grind all great great. Well I play so my friend and I got a better life than you. And I don't mean that in cocky condescending undescended. I'm just saying that that's what you'll be able to say to people who don't ever integrate some play into their life and just go out and I'm bill big companies. He's Dr Bill Big Company. Well what does it profit a person to build a big company if they don't enjoy themselves along the way now. A final categories something exchange of information divided into sentence cognisant exposition sentient. What does that mean? It means to seek out and enjoy sensual experiences. Now you could take that central doesn't mean sex per se it can mean that but it means things that make you feel good. It's okay to want to travel the world. It's okay to WanNa have some nice sheets on your bed. It's okay to want a nice car at times so K.. To want to go get a massage and feel good by you. Know we live in a world like some people either zero or one hundred percent. Do make eight five percent of your life about sexual experiences good glass of wine but don't make ninety five percent of your life about alcohol over Shitty life breath cognizance understanding to be curious to ask questions and find answers. Cognizance is what I star by the very beginning. Why even talking to you about Murray's needs you need to be driven in a certain percentage of your life by just getting life I get the school system destroys this parents often? Destroy their kids curiosity they just rooted out at a young age. You know I'm not a parent but if I become one I think when those kids get to that stage where they just ask thousands questions why mom like why. Why why that? You should just put hidden earphones on or like earplugs so you can't hear hear him if it's annoying you do much and let them ask a thousand questions so that the kids never get the feeling that their curiosity was stifled. Let him just babble. They'll just keep talking themselves answering occasional question. Kids don't really at that stage in life. As far as I can tell I have six brothers and a a sister so I've been around. You know family big relatively big family and they don't need you to answer the whole time. They just. It's a phase of their brain rain their neuro plasticity teach him. How curious? Should I be how curious I should be. Don't destroy that neural pathway. Let it grow. Let Bro it and finally exposition delivering information others. You know people say why do what I do. Well part of it is. It's enjoyable to share what you know with other people at the wrong that anyway. This was helpful will always helpful for me to review. This is what motivates us this is. What should go to me? This is the seventeen ways to motivate yourself and get past procrastination. See if you don't know these seventeen bangs you'll always kind of progress. 'cause you won't understand what drives you. You're like a car. 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Show Us Your Puerto Rico Policy

Latino Rebels Radio

47:26 min | 8 months ago

Show Us Your Puerto Rico Policy

"Hey guys it's Julio Gallo Allah here Latino Rebels Radio and it is Thursday March Twelfth. Twenty twenty and this is kind of a special thing because we were GONNA run oppress call by powerful Puerto Rico which is a organization that pushes for political awareness about policy regarding Puerto Rico. We got the press call. We run the press call earlier today and we wanted to share the full press call. So you'll hear that with You know with the Florida primary showing up on March seventeenth and also the Puerto Rico primary. That's going to happen. At the end of March and also places like Ohio and Pennsylvania where they're actually Puerto Ricans. Who will be voting on? Tuesday powerful Puerto Rico came out with a brief about Sanders and Biden regarding Puerto Rico. So I wanted to the press call and then also we'll share what they said on Latino rebels dot Com in the meantime guys very aware of what's happening in the world. It's scary out Villes. We're going to try to do our best over the weekend to to talk a little bit more about the Kobe. Nineteen crisis or also known as Corona virus. Trying to get a couple of guests lined up so we can have a conversation so stay tuned for that. But in the meantime here's the press call It's a raw recording of presque law. It's all in all it's press call transitions but at least it gives you a flavor so I hope you guys Get informed by it a little bit and we'll be back over the. Oh thank you everybody for your patients. We have been rejoins. I Miss Eric. Chicken sellers tee still ahead Apologies for that technical glitch so I'll just start where I left off so just can eat since well before. Eighteen Ninety eight years of use the. Us took over for thirty full. Puerto Ricans living in Hawaii before have taken action to support the island. Just very and work continue remains urgent even more so today how thirty fourth of coalition of Puerto Rican five meters and allies working to build pressure around the country to change federal policies affecting the island. This morning we're joined by a few of our partners and reporting back on the show your campaign and it's the the first advertising campaign of this type by the Puerto Ricans. They ask them. We launched his last March to push the candidates running for President present a comprehensive proposal for Puerto Rico and some of the actions that that were involved throughout the campaign. Is the release of an open letter policy blueprints record all of the candidates no matter the political party a multi city action on the second anniversary of Hurricane. Maria working visit a campaign offices and the launch of a micro sites document updated candidates position and proposals. The gorgeous campaign is not only to put candidates to present concrete proposals. That you're also make this practice a standard our communities. We deserve Throughout this we've been cleared that it's not enough to be anti trump. Candidates Must Archie Lee when a president would do for four thirty in this twenty twenty presidential campaigning cycle. We have so far. Seen the rollout of full and thought out plans policy pants by two former. Mike Bloomberg and builds a blog you with other charities offering substantive proposals those being Joe Biden Sanders and Elizabeth. Warren Tom Sire and now his full support for power from Puerto Rico Policy do Trent and its entirety which made him the only Kennedy. I'm the Jones Act and outfits we've also created a stronger network of Puerto Rican organizations working together throughout multiple face to deliver the same message from crossing states like Florida Minnesota Illinois and North Carolina and beyond In a few minutes. We'll discuss the current leading candidates for the Democratic nomination Before I turn it over to our next speaker I wanNA let the report is on the line No ten before they will be a press. Release shoot after the call with that. I will turn it over to Markus lies of progress in Florida. Thank you Erica. My News Muscle and I'm the director Statewide Organization doing work in the Puerto Rican and Latino community in Florida there's named the ongoing Financial Crisis Irma Maria and we sent her quakes. That stated the South East water on the island have all contributed to an exponential increase. It's like a weekends from the island to the main main met. The results of they've sliced their communities across the United States are growing in population. How candidates Newton and engaged Puerto Rican voters or not will have an impact in this race. They cannot take Puerto Rican. Branding thinking that trump she or mistreatment of Puerto Rico. We'll be right up. Communities to the falls in pool drive our communities to oppose math people. Want to hear what the cameras will do for. Puerto Rico and four expert on Tayside Gordon since the largest for reading for many of the however what are we. Can you check in numbers and many other battle face and at the end of this month? The primary makes him Puerto Rico then against will also be chosen for the Democratic primary. I'm GonNa talk a little bit about the population members We shouldn't be surprised however their next year after the census we're GonNa have higher numbers. Julie Pace Castle looking at Ohio for example has a population of one. Hundred and twenty thousand. Two hundred twenty thousand Puerto Ricans. Someday make up one percent of the vote. Pennsylvania had the population of approximately a million Puerto Ricans and Florida has had a population largest of all that stays with approximately one point. Two million now the margin switch Trump on state And let's look at for example Ohio He won by side homes. Back songs on five hundred. Sixty three thousand votes Anal Mario like other states like North Carolina Georgia Arizona Texas. Our population also growing fast. But it's still small and it would take a larger movement into to make Resulting Twenty Twenty and twenty sixteen however The Puerto Rico game relation in those days will be a factor in that change in various changing plumbing trump's when it goes to Pennsylvania however trump and Chinnery by only forty four thousand votes Puerto Rican voters in Pennsylvania or clarity part of apostles. You See of trumping twenty twenty in the keystone say weird Like I mentioned before population of half a million however Florida where we don't know exactly what the final impact of Puerto Ricans moving to the state is no signature game conservative You know life is that we have one point. Two million for came saw in the state and Recent polls indicate that they are Meaning strongly Against the current president in twenty teams in Puerto Rico and closer margins. It made sense. We've trump loyalits Rick Scott. Now edging Feel Nelson by only ten thousand. It was clear that would rekindle them. although it did not reach the goals that the The numbers that we're seeing in current polls Status only part of narrowing the margin with that and make you off the backs of America. And I can make any of these again in Spanish. Leader for the for the For the Spanish media but I'll pass it back to thinking Marshall and and Riera fat if anyone would like response in Spanish we can handle that tearing. But you and ain't we're still Or separately thank you one of our policy points in the policy blueprint that we issue open letter in. March twenty nine teams included the cleanup of this. And we have this today. John beat up interest volley tie. Good Morning I before anything. I would like to mention how grateful we are to our friends in the diaspora. You are a lifeline. In these times of crisis here on silent subjected to know the municipality vehicles has been the colony of company we whereas subjected to more than half a century of US Navy bombing exercises and the use of conventional and non-conventional weapons which exposed US her entire community to house. They just chemicals. Alexa legacy did he. Send Despair Schuessel Fund site. We're undergoing cleanup continues to the contaminated by frantic late. Jewish the navy practice open air. Burn an open. Detonation to date more than one hundred thousand unexploded ordinance including projectile bombs grenades and submunitions continued contamination. Means more disease and more Jeff Seems Mighty Hurricane Maria. We have no hospital and ferry service to the DISLANDE is completely unreliable. We were pleased to be highlighted in our before policy blueprints and we need to hear how Biden Sanders would act to support our long struggle for justice and equality we are thousands of Americans his binge callously gotten by the federal and local governments. There you go any of the colony. We encourage Vitamin Sanders. Visit and feed directly what we are experiencing legislation was recently introduced to provide a definition chamber. Tomorrow safely pulling let the Spahn have not left the station and the Navy will not act at all Hilda. Fun just passed here so the contamination continue. We need leadership in Washington to press for long overdue action to reestablish the businesses Carol and prosperity for our island. Thanks for the opportunity. Erica I see you. Thank you for those words Just just quickly. I'm background be struggle by Puerto Rican people on the aspirin allies Was wage years ago to end the embargo of the victory that we could have achieved without our allies and we continue to work With organizations across the country in terms of pushing for responses to Puerto Rican issues and solidarity that solidarity in the immigrant coalition coalitions and organizations like the Florida immigrant coalition? Now have mighty out of the deal with us. Good Morning. I serve the members of the immigration. Coalition is the executive director and while body was Puerto Ricans or not immigrants. They have had migration experience many of them refugees. We are still invested in this campaign. Because it's right. For but it's right for Puerto Ricans in the diaspora and we understand that are things are intertwined but matters issues that affect matter immigrants and issues affecting immigrants matter to put the he they're very. I AGREE OF SOLIDARITY WITH IMMIGRANTS. And in fact we're seeing that play out not just anecdotally bad Recent polling has shown on that because of the migration experience their photos of that Most recently eighty one percent of them. The discrimination against stanic's is somewhat or a major problem. Seventy three percent of those polled have as stated that discrimination has gotten worse than the trump administration took office and seventy eight percent of those. Say That that discrimination. Mo- motivates them to vote. We invested in building the power of the Puerto Rican community in Florida and in continuing as me and said that transnational orientation around advancing this policy agenda. So thank you very much. Thank you Now the turn it over to visit equally his. Who's who is top of Puerto Rico scheme advisor to be about Y? Y You push for comprehensive proposal to go over some of the issue areas. I love pets from these young buddies. Thank you thank you everyone on this calling the reporters for being with us. I'll be brief Before going to the policy goes to clarify minutes. Tom Into bodybuilding introduced. It was actually a bill into law. Required the the dementia chambers. We have to think are something like funding task masters which I'm not sad. The sons having left the station in the situation into which probably say speaks about general Similar problems as Little Erica falling. Why didn't we? The mandate thumper sensitive approach to solving working data politic that we never candidates First of all Under something the United States since the problems of like Michael Snitch. Some of our prices are so big But it's really difficult to address one problem without addressing another. I'll get into the best crisis shortly. Basically the crisis is resolved of post Congress into reading and thinking tax credits for actually particular create jobs as well as a lack of Soul funding for programs like Medicaid Accessories the deficit in the island. Province states will go into the in Received a lot less funding. And so that also pretty fits because because we need to pay for that out of the state You know get into those details. Basic point is that all on Comey. They were fascinated by the canes financial prices on the earthquakes and we cannot rebuild here canes without addressing the energy problems the healthcare prices and obviously since situation really quickly on the crisis another probably the issue quickly compared traffic candidates. Two Billion Dollars Crisis I'm sorry it's why Tension or On pay liabilities. It goes off to between three billion and it's unsustainable government. Puerto Rico declared In twenty fourteen panel debt in Congress for a law which basically Strip club it's limited democracy locally by elected board in both trickling Ernie and plus over time especially after a war zone like situation with leaders is investment in job creation besting people so we compare terminates personally by them. have not spoken on the station. and Bernie Sanders Calls for translation. I just WANNA clarify. We've been sufficing lifts the reporter's whereabouts winning candidates sufficient as candidates and what they put out As a candidate he probably somebody's the center of decades president and always understood many bills either positions of except it's far back prices stuff their position on health care and other issues After our speakers will now have from these buddy flying Florida. Join US one of the I said it goes indicating as part of the issues that are regarding the debt crisis and it's all connected and chicken but what would be axed by the United States Congress so he has a legacy of economic ruin. Is the merchant marine arson making Twain commonly known as the Joan? Back up an antiquated law. Currently its one hundred year anniversary where she can reform of the commercial maritime cabotage laws of the United States. We can section twenty seven of that. Act One of the negative impact Jones Act To Puerto Rico is the fact that imports in marriage arrived the US Ryan still coned and cruise ships from three point with some of the service originating in or destined to Jacksonville. Does that's a -nificant additional cost time and not to mention the offensive? A car chain which damaged port of Jacksonville where ninety percent of the products consumed by Puerto Ricans originally also be working conditions of Puerto Rican. Trade have been conducive to price fixing schemes and shipping companies and between two thousand and twenty three Jones Act from Jacksonville pleaded guilty in federal courts price fixing six executives. Going to prison for the result of all of these numerous other issues within the Jones Act specifically to section twenty seven devastating To Puerto Rico for a loss of one point five billion dollars in local economic activity. What are we GONNA has? Coaching thousand two hundred fifty fewer jobs that it would have free market solutions great jobs not residents approximately three hundred and thirty seven point three million more in wages so this. I'm no president Japan except former candidate of state of his work. Tom Style has offered a specific action regarding jump back and forth so here on behalf of Puerto Rico and sixty other partners including the family from Florida for calling for the next president. Issue EXPLORE WAIVER POSTPONING goes from the Jones Act which impose unfair maritime transport restrictions on the island and in turn essentially again approximately one point five billion dollars tax on. It's going to continue and expand on together and what do So I I thought medicate already enough here as we are fifteen corona virus more than ever official Delete go with trade premedicated cliff As I mentioned the state's pension formula Which means for example that needs to be being before state gets reimbursed about eighty. Three percents From the federal government. The rest of the state government Put anybody deliver for Obama care. I have the same situation but in reverse peekapoo anyone for some and the restaurants have been brushed under obamacare. I went up to fifty five percents For about a year and a half we got under percent parity in Congress haven't been kicking the can down the road extending from these two years for year and a half year in there and we need to fix this problem and we're we're demanding. Seoul Parody for Little Medicaid The candidates have expressed their Their positions fight and the appropriate Sunday for Medicaid in the island and Senator Sanders of Paul for increased access. Now this is where I would point out that As part of this campaign we were only pointing out the position. They took a candidates. Obviously inviting was part of the Obama Administration which they they say shows. Jim Steals actually calling for thirty. I'm administration pops party the end In Twenty five hundred twenty sixteen during the crisis but we're only evaluating potential presidential candidates. Neither of pulps properity on just being paged access and really cooking for last night on self-determination before we're going to obviously Any of the United States. That's no longer question After the peninsula Reporting little needs to be done and fair transparent inclusive of all off shows and binding on the federal government. The reason so important before regarding the five nonbinding referenda Congress has more continuously so unless we have the federal government committing to a process that we can actually achieve solution. Unfortunately will continue until we talked about this problem. Which is a lot more complex than just a mere lex over foundation The downside as Puerto Rico's treated differently Especially or lease undefined under Federal Statutes and regulations Puerto Rico has always own internal issues to face and tell them all Puerto Ricans together And so the only will happen When Congress gets expensive needs to provide leadership Having that on this issue both candidates have supported or call termination On the details of said that you would think representatives wall status options and work to toward federal legislation to solve the problem and Bernie Sanders and stuff turn initiated process Which includes the options of independence? A modified come Wellesz And making the fifty states are coalition is on this issue. We want Puerto. Rico the colonize themselves to to Where you're gonNA people together constantly not advocating for or against any particular option. We want to solve the issue So how about let me turn it over to thank you all to all the speakers As he's clearly heard Biden Sanders. Still have a lot more work to do around large comprehensive the program from the island Towards that end is campaign will continue and also because our community continue to activate and mobilize so that not only the candidate but the nominee and party platforms. Reflect a real program. That's responsive to the needs of the island and no matter who's in the White House with no matter who takes residents in the White House will continue to push for accountability and Before we jump into Cuna which we were about to momentarily who while trump's mistreatment of Puerto Rico has no bounds where we can can't be taken for granted by Democrats either be ultimate outcome in. This election really depends on how party's message and engage our community and ask Markazi large to to briefly. Because some of the lessons that should be burned. Yes So the lessons to learn of Puerto Rican ranted jeans Go back to previous cycles here. In Florida where We saw for example Hey Twenty eighteen The bill Nelson Campaign Candidate who was running a relatively little energy campaign We facing a governor Experienced Began his campaign early in February targeted specifically the Puerto Rican community spending millions of dollars in Pediatrics Radio. S and presidents In Our community outstanding to see that all of those thirds had minimal impact When it comes to the shifting of Puerto Rican Bulletin Twenty eight team however however minimal imagine it's Nelson would have had RESI growing Engaging Campaign Not just traditional leaders in the community but the entire community particularly those sectors of the community recently arrived I think that that that's a huge example of how how What a difference in intensity particularly in rage where Ten thousand volts was the margin of victory would again had some some began earlier invested Larger amounts and really built They closer relationship to the community particularly so since the retina. Central Florida I think also going back to the twenty sixteen campaign We saw Large numbers Puerto Rican. Spread the largest record number regan participating in the election But again And there was a lot of independent work like our innovation involved in mobilising turning out. Voters Unfortunately we didn't see that from The candidate yourself or The party at that time My observation is that you know they had some some Attention paid And there's more insurance In terms of the Party and candidates in Florida Four sampling disciple Alleanza and our community partners here in central Florida and received visits from every single presidential campaign Today's And even received a visit by a presidential candidate Can P P beauty dish Traveled here In December thirty December twenty nineteen and met with a significant number thirty year grassroots leaders in the capital of what's to do And examples or whatnot. Thank you mark those who will now operate and can you questions we certainly after a reminder at this time if you would like to ask you a question it is the star and want on your point you find. Your question has been answered. They remove yourself from the senior key again. That is starting to ask the question. And we'll go to whoever Ayla from Durham media guys. Thanks for doing this. I sent three questions If it's possible one on target for Puerto Rico going to endorse a Democratic candidate or going to stay out of that too Markle's talk a little bit about campaigns in central art a week. Now do you have any Stories of specific camping outside of your organizations that have been doing the work on the ground and three I know you guys talked about trump and love and Puerto Ricans what do you say about those Puerto Rican supporters who are on formal feels for trump boards that are supporting the president and And are they doing the work? In central Florida's I'll take the first question and We can pivot but at this moment. We're not. We're not endorsing any candidate. We said he would do was track with the candidates. Put out and report back Following up on you about to argue yes to your question there is no doubt that. Republicans have Investing larger and larger amounts to try to reach the Puerto Rican community Clearly Florida's a state They started balancing Very very small margins going back to the election of two thousand and everybody remembers to to increasing You know levels of of Balanced in in In the recent you know two three cycles One of the things that I always like to point out that the local level here in central Florida six Six years old. You know before the elections in twenty fourteen there were literally one. Puerto Rican elected elected. Democrats Schwab fees and there was Puerto Rican Republicans elected to office at that time. Two thousand fourteen before the elections starting to twenty fourteen election and moving towards the twenty eight election there in three cycles It went from that number. Two Republicans and Nineteen Democrats clearly. There's a huge impact being may here on the ground at the local level. In digress from snuggle We've been anticipating that eventually this Surge in Puerto Rican voters From continue to Orlando to balloon to Tampa That increase in participation and eventually got up to the state For a more pervasive can candidates more congressional candidates kind of has had some level at the presidential that will end and the toll real and Statewide race so we believe that. That's the trend. And and we believe that the Board Rican community. It's a force in that trend however we cannot take it for granted because there there is a there is a very small balance here a very small margin but we're working with in Florida and We see that And Conservative organizations and and the parties are also see that so You know projects in the future I think that the future trends are are are eventually going to produce a change in Florida but when that strangers going to happen to be seen As far as roles in our cars we're GONNA continue working to strengthen our community we're gonNA continue working on elected on electing Candidates that care about Puerto Rico and care about our community they care about issues like housing that care about issues like education healthcare but I just have a difficult in about the presidential campaign had biden insanity not the ground and I didn't send browns in the last couple of weeks or you think that they have it personally. They have not. Their campaigns have been and their campaigns have made it a point to meet with us and with our partners and allies in the in the community the range of partners and allies in the community so the campaign doing that neither candidate has come through. Central Florida. Thank you thank you and as a reminder it is the star in one question we'll go next to Jose Delgado from L. New cheaper. You're not endorsing anyone. But I want to be clear. Who has the most comprehensive plan became Biden Sanders I think the state and I can take that I would say I would say whole thing. I I think that both Both finding and Sanders have put some proposals on the table. Both of them are still lacking. Especially if you look at the policy blueprint that outlined also then still have and a lot of work to do to To get comprehensive plan. I think it's in particular its appointing because you had candidates like Michael Bloomberg and Bill De Blasio. Tom Sire that have less time in the race but she ruled out. A plan worked. What did you see the left? Slipping a little trip so me I didn't doesn't have anything that we could see. It wasn't even a Latino Flynn Bernie Sanders and sexually website where he describes Some of his devotion portfolio say both are lacking very hundreds of propose many initiatives intensive senator and the incentive is On website or talking about the candidate. Casey calling betting newspaper and wanting something happened up platforms. Were read once again if candidates At such and so it's a biting buzzing never released which is such a major issue Or the home five Physically reward Bernie Sanders by talked about the Jones Act Concentre who talked to vote the Marshall Plan along with Elizabeth Warren. So for people to bail. But he doesn't even highlighted The sort of policy proposals or other proposals on the table. So I think that both And do a better job and Puerto Rican voters How they will thank you and once again news the Star in one question start one. We'll talk Kerley for any questions or follow Q and we will go back two hundred yes to Mars. Let somebody You know you have enough. And he's being for either that's interesting about and the US weekends because you know what they're doing counseling probably events. Yes you know these these things we we don't we don't know about Candidates coming onto the last minute as you know in any presidential campaign to find a very suing and response in many cases for the last four ladies team That's being You know being factored at the national level and I think that the corona virus signature game Moment that were living wished right now and all of us not just campaigns but Engaged with the public on a daily basis And we'll have him in office you know. We're all grappling with what what is the next thing to do Are we in conversations? Is there a possibility Well We spoke with both campaigns Last week and neither of them ruled out possibility of their candidate coming from central Florida and engaging directly with Puerto Rican community so they need to have a little bit out. But we don't have any Theater indication at this point. What are they will or will not Come through if they do You know with the corona virus again. It may be that they just use that as as as a as a precautionary measure and And then we missed out once again. I WANNA I WANNA do a wholesale Responsible to your to your question and I think that you know look Florida Florida is a different faith. And then the rest of the face. And when you look into the composite the Latino voter here in Florida as you mean Set up with the large Cuban population Being stocks there in and I think that you know sometimes may say physical for for for candidates to factor in Florida. How steep selecting from year to year in Florida Sh Marie against more about this as well. But we've been working really hard and trying to help those who are interested in coming to work here And also had a campaign that will we as you know how to grapple with context You know Monolithic Group in in in Florida. That's how some real complex realities and and different histories and different politics. Right Coming into the space. And so we're we're grappling with do that really without approach that in the human approach An approach. That basically is sensible to Different community. They make up store. And he's on Phoenix to the state of Florida and a storm that we can We've been helping Organizations Champions and even discussing on ourselves how how to manage Situation here in Florida. We had that you want to add anything No I I in terms of the candidates. Coming don't stink that that's happening. I haven't seen that we have been contacted by Different converge as surrogate About Invasion Puerto Ricans and In thank you and we'll go next to the line of Nicole video from NBC. It's go ahead. Hi can you? Yes kind of all right So it sounds to me like it's safe to say General James set neither standard or Biden half meaningfully engaged on with Puerto Rican voters based on the issues in the blueprint What the primary in Puerto Rico taking place at the end of this month to to determine the Democratic nominee. What how are you expecting? This has been out is they're not putting forward meaningful meaningful not forums addressing this issue ahead of Puerto Rican primary. How how do you think that would affect how people in Puerto Rican voting that primary so I just want to clarify that? Both of them have put down some proposals but not to the extent. That's meeting and so the the magnitude of crises facing and in terms of How plays on the on the island Thirty spots around us. That's something that candidates will have to answer where we can say it's more like the community where licensing so some doesn't quote it or not you know blueprinting on both of them need to start off. it's not just Having politicians for doing on the right I'm reaching a low massive events very obviously our council trust the poetry There's nothing like retail politics. Maybe people through so I think they have to find ways of you. Know Social Media. Recommences media interviews. Talk about what they feel. So you know. We're not in the business of about how the candidates or their campaigns in terms of giving them policy Background Briefings Amerifactors. Exc should be something that they did this. Hard but Alert them any issues on the overlook Beth crisis at one of them have addressed. And we're going to deal with the long-term economic crisis financial shooting people Of Aleve or yeah the call what I what I would I would talking though. Is that Each disappointing considering that we've had With the national opportunities Turkish peachable people like the ten democratic where the ten or eleven democratic even. If that's neither Biden Sanders have taken the initiative kitchen. Speak About Four thirty and what they would do. And that's even in the first. They took place in Florida although see what happens in Arizona and you know one thing. I want to To leader Kim some lessons in the news for Credit Party of Sushi Between anything they reveal dollars For the Florida Democratic Party which do Puerto Rican voters and probably anybody who knows anything about campaigns. You know especially doing one in a million Puerto Ricans second in Florida So so definitely not. Only the candidates political parties Democrat family. Were often best There's also the multiple are There's also the reality that election year in a few days in Florida and In yesterday's even gets very There was an announcement Made Bernie Sanders and there's a lot of speculation as to whether he was gonna stay in the race or or or drop out of the race giving you know when he's been very very long and and direct out camping with a bunch of candidates and now Reduced to all of a sudden have rather quick Transition from you know Well I'm trying to six candidates some candidates and Another reality of campaigns is that you know once Things narrow things started to shoot shift. You know strategy starts to shift as well and and it's hard to you know without being anyway campaigns which we are not What their was their thoughts are and what their strategy you going to be. A SECURITY AL and virus. So you know there's a lot of speculation about Standards You know announcement guest Jay. There's GonNa be another election to You know we can talk again next week. And she stands but The you know the the stakes are even higher. Now and and and everything is is Each each time. There's an election like the election to have with multiple states Next to a There is You know there is going to be speculation. There's going to be a change of strategy either is GonNa be even past announcements so I I I WANNA also ground the conversation within. Whoa what What we're living right now and all of that being complicated by clone about. I'm from Chicago to the question about the procedure on the primary that it needs to them. Like essentially all of its extent that it leaves the Puerto Ricans on the island essentially voting for charity that their platform doesn't necessarily include them. So it's again it's a reminder that idea that you're being treated like a second class citizen you know here you are in the primaries you might able to vote for the president. How are you vote for the primary and then you have a platform that presents you? That's not inclusive of your issues and your challenges. Okay great what we think all of you for your patience with the technical glitch at the front and and for hearing all of this out and just to shoot in Both Kennedy check out of work to do and as mentioned we did send out a background or prior to the calls with Anyone Ping. We'll be updating the pure policy dot org site this afternoon we'll also send around a press. Release thank you so much. We'll give any follow up questions per child Shahzada and GM has good -Tarian Mama to wild little boys. I'm Susan Yara. I'm a mom of two also. This morning I went to the bathroom alone five but my mouth and then she took it up. Because that's what you're going to hear a lot of our stories and experiences in our crazy journeys to motherhood. It's four all MOM's not for all dad's not fathers and moms or can be good. 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The Darkest Timeline with Natalie Alvarado

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Welcome to another episode of forked up your go-to podcast for all things kittens caravels and Kamala Harris, I'm Michelle Davis cheating, though. You didn't do alliterate Kerr moles is with c. Yeah. I could've said knives. Know, just technically. Daniel lane and I met Holloway today. We're gonna be talking about Valentine's candy that we love to hate the Pringles earn and we talk doc staff. We talk about some upcoming food trends that we're just going to annoy us, and that's going to be a fun rant. So we're joined by model Natalie Alvarado to talk creepy DM's, Phil Collins and being pretty for Fe. Stay tuned jobs about to get four. Sharpen those knives. Its fourth up a Doug kitchen podcast. What's up audience? What's up and show? Nothing. Just wanted to live. Everybody know that we're working through some midwinter Sadd's or at the TK orders, raw, right? We're just busy with work. We're getting bogged down. Yeah. And after a lot of you guys are doing the same thing where you're just like the Christmas fluff. Not so Cutini more, really cold. All my favorite socks have holes in them. I should just sleep forever. We hear you. We see you. We feel you and spring is coming springs Gomer. Yeah. Sooner than probably either of us would like, but no, we're fine. We're power and through I don't want. I don't want people to worry about us. Other people out there other fine. Beautiful Americans are at the zenith of their sadness for the year. Go the show tones of those poor photo employees. I mean fucking for now. I gotta be honest with you. I got real tired of covering that fucking thing yoga. The real tragedy a real tragedy. Y'all got tired of hearing about it every week? I got tired of fucking covering it. So God that that's over. Do you think I saw funny tweet I pardon me for not knowing who tweeted this out? But they're like, oh, the there might be another shutdown, you know, February fifteenth and somebody's like, oh, so that'll start you know, on the issue. You know, sorta midnight on Valentine's Day, which means Trump could fuck the whole country at once. So again, I'm sorry. I didn't mean to joke. I don't remember who it was. But not mine, but I at credit to the internet. Yeah. That was dope. Was fuck. And I really liked it. Do you have any thoughts about the ending the shutdown last week? I'm I'm sure by the time this eras at will other news was just did it to distract from his homeboy Roger stone getting fucking or is at the same day. Yeah. I did it. Then it works, and he's already forgotten about it. I mean, if he's good at anything, it is, you know, controlling the narrative, and that's exactly what he did. I think if that hadn't happened it would have well he needed a win. But it wasn't really when it was more like just like a stalemate got up there and got to give his little stump speech for like Walzer effective. I think he's just really wanted to do the state of the union. I he was just like do on the shutdowns over with so downs over let me talk forget any of that. Like, let's just get the man that Taylor. I would go fund me just to fuck in just fix the Thai tie jacket was longer than many dresses. I wear like it was too fucking much. I like to win. He win visits the troops anywhere. Like that a died like being beg looking jacket. So you know, what I'm talking about? It looked pretty ridiculous. It's a, you know dressing. I don't mean to be so putty. He's Betty these are things he would say, I don't feel that. But if you're like. A man who brags about how much money you have. I would at least not like to feel your poverty in your clothing. Do. It doesn't make sense. Well, it doesn't make me trust. Are you going to shit on a gold toilet for look like you've got your fucking sue at the goodwill? I don't understand homeboy Newsham Indochino and say what you want about Milania, at least, you could tell she cares about how she looks like I don't agree with her outfit choices, but she planned that shit, and it was delivered enter closed fucking fit not him could until one more thing about his little speech. He gave in that rose garden because he didn't gonna talk about and serve as we're just fascinating. But when even he was like, you know, he'll legal immigrants will show up where you least expect them. And I was like like your fucking bedroom. Your house like your hotel staff, bro. What are you? Why are you in saying it like that? So. Sometimes they go north of the border. And but all everything he is talking about is like the only place imigrants can enter this country through the south. That's the only country by the fucker. Who's going to explain it to them on his staff, man? He's going to do anything for Milania for Valentine's Day. I can't wait. Because wasn't it one year? He just said happy Valentine's Day on FOX through her. Like was his gift like he was being interviewed before they cut him off us like, oh, yeah. I should like say. Yeah. It's like, I do remember the office when Pam and ROY where together, and and Pam all day was deliver like dealing with all the deliveries from everybody else in the office. Phillips, giant teddy bear everyone's getting all these flowers skins you see everyone else. Just like, I'm waiting, you know, he's downstairs, you could just bring me a present waiting all day. And at the end, she goes like, I really wish you would have done something for found Taisei. He's like, oh, you have got your present yet, and she kind of lit up, and then he was like the sexy your life, and it's just like. Gross. First of all that tells me that your phone in it in all the time. So fuck you number one spent no money and that was Trump saying. She probably prefers it that way. She's probably just just opened up the account for me at Tiffany says what she wants, right? Let me go pick something. That's what she signed onto the sinking ship. Let me go down to Florida. Yeah. By myself. Per day. But you know, this is beautifully into the news. We are talking about a Valentine's specific food. It is that chalky little heart that you get every year. Yeah. This is all the cutesy shit on it. Yeah. Remember, you said like get the little boxes, and you could write like on the back. It said to blank from blanket mine elementary school, and you could give it to people. Yeah. Back when probably you're allowed to give candy. I bet you're not allowed to give. I don't know. Can you get candy? I think there's the school. So you can't bring anything and then the schools that you and I went to whereas the fucking wild west gave each other razor blades. Balloons. It's condoms. It's just all fucked up. But this Valentine's Day those hearts are going to be real hard to come by the little Truckee hearts. That's right. The New England confectionery company or neck. Oh, I never knew what that stood for until just now that's the company that makes those little hearts, and they had one job making those little hearts, and they fucked it up. Yeah. But I mean tech sort of their fault sort of their fault so neck, oh had a hell of a two thousand eighteen they shut down in July after investment firm. Bought it from bankruptcy auction or thought they wanted to Walter. They were holding out for candy wall didn't work out. Candy land. It's all you can just get invaded. The Neka was subsequently bought by the Spangler candy company in September. But by then it was apparently too late to restart the production line and just. Yeah. In time because they make eight billion every year. That's disgusting. Well, it's a lot of little chalky hearts out. If you think about it. They're they're small. Yeah. But it's still it's still fucked on. So you know, I've been seeing some treats the people like, oh, well, they're still in my stores. I still see them. That means I was production is probably left over from the original company. Yeah. So it's from before July twenty eighteen so. That being said, they're probably the most iconic. Oh, yeah. For sure Valentine's Day, candy or sentence sentiment. Other than like those chocolate on the heart shaped boxes of chocolate, bro. Yeah. So this year, the Valentine's Day, if you get that then that means that those little hearts from July of last year or you buying an off brand which shame on you either way support Nikko, they would bake robe and support them getting these dollar store brand chalk hearts getting these whole Pepsi today. See looking thing what was your worst Valentine's Day like in like elementary school or school? You had to real awkward one. Valentines days. I like intentionally shit on it because it's it. There's no winning. Yeah. I I would put that question back on you. And be like what it was the one Valentine's Day that you were like nothing will ever live up to that. Because I feel like there's that pressure ever year like you get bombarded with the commercials about fucking jewelry, my expectations, very low on Valentine's Day. And yet they somehow always that's what I'm saying. Book Valentine's Day that let me tell you about a really bad one expectations too high. They'll never be met. I was sixteen believe I was sixteen and I had a little boyfriend at the time a little boyfriend. Well, he he he was cute. He he was he was as manly as they can in high school, and he was like I'm going to take you out to dinner, and I'm going to get your present. I was like, I think. I think I've made him like cookie is like maintenance something and he knew I like, licorice. So he gave me a bag of twizzlers now because no, I'm a red vines person. If you fucking give me twizzlers, the success, spitting in my mouth. It was disgusting. And I'm gonna fucking outrageous. You might as well just cheated on was like, oh God it's over with kids strike one. Okay. And then we're going out to dinner, and again, I don't come from money. Nobody might sound on any money that being said he took me to subway because he had a coupon. You're just subway for Valentine's buy one get one free were they running like a did you get a free cookie? Now, we got a free sandwich my sandwich. So he went to subway, I got a free sandwich. And then we went to the movie theater where he worked. So we saw the movie for free. And I appreciate his frugality. Did he walk you in the front door de sneaking out that's one of those guys? Who would oh you mean at the movie theater? No he worked there. You got wasn't. He was like, oh, hey, guys. I'm just here at work in the Iran to the back door. Cool. No, he was one of those guys when I didn't know better that would pull to my house in Hong were. Ooh. So you're Ober arrived still to this day. Fuck you, Brandon? That's pretty low expectation. Yeah. It's good. I had a girl break up with me day after Valentine's there why? Well, she was fucking this other guy. So that's a little bit on there. Conflict of interest there. Brenton teepee my house because I wouldn't have sex with him. You know, you go. Yeah. So then I teed has house in the middle of the day. Because if you come for me better fucking miss I don't give a fuck. I sat there on the lawn with his mother. Yeah. Like, your your son's apprenticeship this is happening. Yeah. Give me one of those that I mentioned he was two years older than. So that was he was eighteen you were sixteen. Fuck you are Kelly. Not me not me. Na fucking stuff to me. Fuck you. So in some rain, Valentine's stress, it's Chaki. But that'd be fun. I like the little candy hearts because you can play like the magnetic frigerator like words. Do you have the hearts of the say means shit on them? They funny to me. Because he ought to like selfish because you have no heart. Antisocial but jokes on her because when she's used on me, and she ended up dating that guy and he ended up cheating on her years later. That's what happens and they weren't gauged. So guys don't fuck around karma's pets don't shit on people don't participate in cheating. That's all. I got to see this thing is he knew I was like, dude. What the fuck? Yeah. When we were kids, I let it slide a long time ago. But that was that was the worst February fifteenth. He said, he let it slide. He brought out his list of grievances. Just now. In the booth scrunching names. See the paper shit. Well, I I want to talk about an American hero real quick. Okay. Yeah. This is old news. But I thought it was worth mentioned when I came across this hot fact incur. Okay. So the Pringles inventor made an iconic last move of his life. Okay. He was done. He's dead RIP spoiler. So he designed the Pringles potato crisp packaging system and the little crispy potatoes. He was so proud of his accomplishment that he requested that a portion of his ashes buried in one of the conic cans word were does. He was it just was it a special one or was it like off the assembly line. I think either one run for that, man. We're there Pringles in there with the he's like, I'm visa. This show tons of questions project buyer of Cincinnati died in two thousand eight of the age of eighty nine and since we didn't have a podcast, then we're bringing this up right now. Still news to me. Yes. So Bowers children's honored his request bury him and one of the cans by placing part of his cremated remains in a Pringles container in his grave shut up to the family for being like, that's what he wanted. Yeah. We're going to do it. Yeah. He requested that burial arrangement. Because he was so proud of his design of the Pringles container, which you damn well should have been conic conic. I so he worked as a chemist and food storage technician, who specialize in research and development and quality control for Proctor and gamble. Yeah. And he filed for the patent for the tubular Pringles container and method of packaging the curve. Stuck chips and nineteen sixty six Goodman. Good fuck and man. So an American hero. When out like, a boss, and that's all that's what you like to see though, if somebody who's proud of the work that they've done there. So fucking proud of it. Even there like this was my one mission in life and in the afterlife. It will go with me. It's just put me in the carryanne. Yeah. Let me in the ground. Yeah. I'm going with Pringles. I just think it was I learned my heart than even in death. He's like, you know. I'd Meyer the family for the family could have been like, oh, he was like not well towards the end. It was saying some crazy shit. He was like average probably in a fucking Pringles. Tuck did they could've dismiss it as like dementia. I just thought it was so lovely even though it's a little more bad. I just thought it was so lovely that. He's like I did this, and I would love to be known for it. And I have no shame in my game. That is a man who faced his mortality head on. Yeah. Like a bus. So. To to you a drink Bauer. Is there? Anything fun you'd like to be buried in. Well, just as a weird thing that we'd like struggle with. Yeah. I don't think that I wanted to I read about how terrible embalming is for the environment. And that we actually don't even need tune bomb. Well, yeah, I mean, who who do you think we are as I mean come on? They didn't even bomb. I don't ask. Why know so much about death and like? I've had some weird wormholes arms. Like, oh, don't you? Oh, don't use warm halls when we're talking about burials. Thank you know. You've heard about the green burials, right? They just put a tree over you. Oh, yeah. And they reputa- cotton like shroud, and whatever, and they just put you in the earth, and that sounds dope to me because then just headstone. Well, then you compared to the tree, and that's cool. Tell and people can come and visit the tree. Yeah. Or demolish it depending on who owns the land. And frankly, I mean, that's my one real chance of getting revenge at swirls. Oh, yeah. It's become the tree. What you've been that? It was squirrels. They've taken a lot of things that I love including fruits and vegetables. That's true. We have a lot of. In the garden at the office, the squirrels and the raccoons get before I get that's frustrating. I would love to be part of the tree. And then just like, I'm just gonna shake this fucking limb. And they're not going to see it. Come and they're gonna fucking fall. Dr cure in your book the afterlife. Yeah. So don't wrong meal where another I'll probably like scatter mec- or something something that's like I don't want to be wasteful. There's no reason for like fucking big lebowski Achio forgers can just blow into my mouth go down to go down to Leo Korea. What about us is if you thought about I just then green burial? Yeah. I think that's the best option tree. I like a good live oak a good, California oak tree nothing wrong with that California girl. Give me one of those northern California Star Wars force trees, put one in three hundred year old sons a bitches right on top. I think you'd have to find a lot of ghosts. But speaking of not being able to tell the future speaking death pinchers just released what it thinks the big food trends are going to be this year. And I wanted to read through them with you to get some hot takes. Okay. I'm fired up. Let's fucking do this. And you know, I think we have some authority to speak on this. We have a little bit of authority. Yeah. So every from how takes y'all number one Pinterest thinks is going to be a big food trend for twenty nineteen stupid homemade jam bene- trend. That's what I said what grandma's been doing that since I was a kid. But I also I feel like effort, squirrel. Really, you know, they started the Browns yet squirrel here in Los Angeles started with a homemade ten years ago and blew up from there. And then you don't have the restaurant and all these other things. So I really feel like homemade jam has been on the Instagram radar for quite a while or these orders number one. I don't think they're in an order. I what. Number two, mushrooms, those are divisive. But this was like powdered mushroom coffee drinks, those are popular. Jared dot surprisingly good as much as I should on new products, especially mushrooms can taste a little dirty. Yeah. What would chocolate and coffee the mushroom coffee was fucking dope. It doesn't taste like mushrooms. Like, you would know any fucking thing was in there, and then like exotic mushrooms, and I so I agree with that one. Yeah. So homemade jams mushrooms. Grazing tables crazing to was a grazing. Imagine the catering at like, a Roman Buchan all and how that table would look just fill to the fucking brim with food, and like, it's all laid all over the place aren't necessarily on trays looks really indulgent. So it's like a still life. Yes. Exactly with rates and charcuterie and cheeses. And then in Baroja were the tongs these mother fuckers at the party are washing their hands. I'll say bathroom I wash hands. Great. I mean, nothing says that we're living in a dying empire like the popularity of fucking grazing table. Like, I don't know. What else to say? It's like we're going down with fucking Pompeii. We're looking at sort of the dome full of other civilizations. And we're just checking boxes at this. Tokens? They're going to be a super hot item for the summer. Suddenly like everyone's just going to be like having orgies. Oh, this is the last box. The new head of the FDA Niro and she says so grazing tables. Also, I just think that's a thing that only people will do like Instagram influence or parties. Oh, totally normal. People aren't doing that your office parties not doing fucking grazing tack it out here. And it's just it's wasteful. And like you said, it's fucking disgusting. Boy in like. I've never heard of that. Yeah. Like get the fuck out of here. Yeah. Number four bread baking. I been a trend bene- trend gonna stay at Trent going to stay true. The bread baking bug actually bit your we are we are moving into bread right now. Because you're better than me. But I think thank you. Wouldn't it comes the food stuff? You tend to be the superior of the two of us. And thank God. I am the cook. Yeah. We've been we've been fucking around with bread last Las. We got while cultivated Sourdot you just dope for caution. I sure did. Thank you for the shutout as a bread baking done Benetton gonna stay at trench term. Yeah. Number five ginger infused water. No stupid. Agreed also infused like what? I thought that was like a ninety thing that we were putting like the MIO MIO syrup droplets in mean was. I mean that was a couple of flavor on now people are like sticking like, cucumbers, cucumbers and asparagus. Ginger trying to replace a turmeric. Yeah. Stupid also boring also just taken anti inflammatory. You're not getting a medical dose. But also like how interesting could it look? It's a great a Brown root sitting in a look at a water. That's stupid just call it spicy water. Yeah. Ginger infused water the fuck out of here. Oxtail recipes noth thoughts moving on. Oh, that's the next one. Fucking fine arts though, the docks. Never seven. I agree. Yeah. That's a trend. It's trendy because it's actually fucking good. And even people who don't like, non dairy milk. Fucking goat milk is the best non dairy. Alternate doesn't flavor and it is the creamy s without being linked because that is the only coconut like has. No discernible flavor coconut is very pleasant and we'll drown out other flavors, including something as bold as like coffee, whereas oatmeal is very is the only kind of milk alternative that I've been able to drink straight. Yeah. But that you you're just not aware that it's made of other things. So good on you. Yes. Number eight Choko. What is it is a kind of squash? It looks like spelled Chioti. Yeah. It's C H A Y O T site. We have in the south. But so it looks like if you cover your teeth. With your lips mouth guy by everybody at home. Your. You're going to think we're stupid. And then you're going to see it at a fucking market. You went oh. Look, should I just. I just don't really know how that could be a trend because once you chop it up, you it just looks like a squash. So like soon. I mean, no more than a regular squash. So imagine that's like readily accessible comes through anywhere. A lot in a lot of places so questionable in that Boyle dinners, for we will pack dinner like when you throw everything in a pouch and throw it in the oven, a campfire, it's called silver, turtle. Yeah. Fuck is a four-pack. What is their rebranding? It. It's I think it's just the new Mason jar. It's like, oh my God. Do poor people. This is where the pores are doing is. They throw a bunch of vegetables into foil, and then just roast the shit out of it. He know the new way to store food near your cool whip container. Everybody is doing. Fuck you guys flip back dinners are fine. And delicious loves and potatoes. And all that shit and the campfire cold, silver turtles, good, sure. That's that's not a trend. What I've been doing this since I was a kid. Yeah. Exactly. I did that in the fuck in camp the boy scout thing through rude last. But not least the peak in diet pigan pagan. Yeah, I think guitar, Ian, and vegan was now. It's paleo vegan. So Mark Hyman who we had on talked a little bit about this. And he kind of advocated for it. But basically, it's that we're going to have one trendy diet to rule them. All I think that's the top tier paleo and vegan. P gins I it's like peaking at kids. I don't fucking know. This imagine them all coming together. Somehow the and we're going to circle back to just dinner. But it's gonna be so more on the story Pinterest is a stupid platform that we don't like to use. And the people just student or podcasts here's the shit that were upset about. And we don't like it. And they barely know what they're talking about. Man. I tried to I tried to get us like if y'all follow us on Pinterest. Don't be mad at me. I don't know how to use that God damn platform. We try to get his sister to do it for us for a while Heather ran for a little bit. Then she had a kid. You know on our priorities. Got changed. Yeah. So fish. Shout out. 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She do yourself right and visit amendment location to day keep out of reach of children for use by dolts twenty one years of age and older. Welcome back to fort up the kitchen podcast. All right. So please help us. Welcome Natalie other. How are you? Your first podcast ever on guys. So. So I got to tell you you look like a smoke show audience. Can't see sorry everybody win like this book Prentice tiger tiger. Yeah. Yeah. Jacket on. All your jewelry and the makeup full. I just if it's a first impression, I'm one of nice. You know, you guys the important one. Most is trying to paint a picture. Came ready camera. Yeah. Thank you. We were invited to like do an interview we thought it wasn't going to be like for miss supposed to it was it was supposed to be like a reporter with like their notepad. Right. And then we get we get to the news station and they lights fucking off. Straight up like my hair, and even in a bun thing that you just do we are loan. I could quick will. Looking at our handler to be like to be like, they're not gonna fill me. They're not going and they're just setting up lights and cameras. Then they gave a same had. They gave us vegetables in the night off my fucking jacket. You what I was wearing? He's not the hotel. Shit would happen onions, Matt. I can't do onions sweatpants or what? Yeah. I was dressed sloppy television. Your Hello everybody. This is this is me, actually. Very on brand. Unfortunately. Following you fucking forever field. And even though we've tried to beat up a couple times. Yes, hasn't worked out, and it's bonkers to me that you never actually met. And you guys are all here prefers apart meeting. It makes it better though. Right. Yeah. We're exciting audience is gonna get we're gonna exchange stories that no one's hurt yet. All right. But to ease them into you like how did you first get into modeling? Let's see. So I was actually living in the bay area at the time 'cause you're from socal right? Yeah. From my live like an hour away from Los Angeles. So I was living up north with an x and who amongst us. Haven't lived with an accurate I had to do it. So I was working in like a financial benefits group in downtown Oakland. And I was probably fucking on the computer. Yeah. I just can't sit in an office. So I think I was like forever twenty one and I saw these plus size models. Like, hey, I'm not that badly. I pretty much sent my my images down to a couple agencies, and then I signed with Ellie models. That's crazy. And you're with me. Which guys if you know anything about mom, that's literally. All those all those Instagram thoughts that everybody follows that their bio. Students will. Not an appeal. And now you're in on your Instagram. Like, you pop all these campaigns all the time. And then because I think we follow you that I get like targeted ads as my face. Sponsored. That's what we're doing. I guess it's just you have you ever seen like a girl sponsor her her her own? Okay. Can we talk about this? Because I for the audience to I've never done that by the. Understanding what we're talking about. It's when you're on your Instagram account, and you see somebody doing a sponsor post of their private. Instagram's you still feel person. They have anything. There's no music. There's no fucking TV show. Yeah. It's just like I'll be scrolling through my feed me and. Chicken and bikini. And I'm pretty proud of my time. Like, I don't follow. Like, you know what I mean? And I'm like who the fuck is. And I look, and it's sponsored view profile. Now, click on it like a eightieth. And then it's just like a normal. Mercy. When you hear for spot insult like, but they'll have like ten thousand followers, though, post a photo. They'll get a couple thousand likes be three comments. All suits. I. This grow came up in my feet that I actually follow. But then it was her own sponsor posts, and I'm like doing. This five minutes ago. And I think they get you cause I've scrolled the sponsor your own post for five dollars. Yeah. They're thinking five dollars. Yeah. Yeah. Sponsoring ridiculous content. Just like pickle on the sidewalk. That is excellent. It'd be the new Egge. Could you imagine that sentence meaning every anything six weeks ago you nineteen? Nineteen. Currently all sidewalk egg. Like Trump's America's what he wanted. Yeah. This is the time one hundred percent on the board. We have resources. I'll make it has to be pickled. Oh, okay. Pickle. We're not. The little cocktail pickles. Like, I'm talking like in the bag in the bag pickle could be spicy. They have all those fleet lovers. Lovers like four the road pickle. On the ground. Do you hate? So. I told the story about when I made the pickled pick them on on this pod. Like, I did what? So back in the day. I babysat like everybody and eight other pickles. 'cause that's. Fucking shit, and I had hours to go. And so I build the pickle brine in a Dixie Cup, and I'm gonna make a fucking pops eat shit. It's going to be like eating fucking. You're not the same. I also have a pickle story. Yes. Spending the night at my friend's house all on AOL today. The dial up and everything and so it's pick Ryan the Jews. Yes. So we were all for some reason having grape juice, and I just had a brilliant idea because I just saw the jar of pickle Ryan. Yes. Want to refill? Yes. So I wouldn't like stupid. My trust in fucking anything. Like just a little bit of the grave just to change. Grits spoiled. And then he just like projectile, and I was dying. I meant that about like very rarely in adult life. Do you get together with all your girlfriends and just fucking troll each other? So did as your kid. It was fun. Guys are the same way to right. We grow out of. Yeah. But you don't have sleepovers anymore. Hey, we have some modern day sleeping pass out over and over. Out of Passover shrinking. Come over for blackout part of the. Darling. Because even been modeling while I wanted to know how you think the industry's change from. When you started to him Instagram was not a thing when I yeah. Like, it's nothing when we started our book. Really? Yes. So is just kind of like you actually get booked if they like your photos on their website that your profile woman has linked to your Grammy. Cow anti following list. Sing cruise like decreasing followers, by the way. I don't know. I'm like, whatever. I don't care. What do I go to post a half nipple? It's not happening areola going to get the fuck out areola ten thousand volts. But like change so much. So it's like, I mean, it's given a lot a lot of opportunity for girls that are were probably a little bit shorter and have a huge following with a blog or something like that. So that's really amazing that it's given that opportunity. So that's really I feel like a big change. Yeah. That you can kind of get into it in a more grassroots certain lines wanna see that too. Like, I remember when to target casting like years ago, and they wanted to know how many followers we had do target me. Brew. Yeah. Like, you're not a little Tiki. Don't need the followers. Why do you need? Yeah. And also, are you going to tag me in post can meet? I would love if carpet tag doesn't. Crazies is it is weird that they based what they're going to pay you off of like your sense of worth and that can be purchased. We've talked about it in our pod before like. Yeah. I don't understand like when we have meeting soon people like what you're following a loyal. Totally and you proud of it too. Because like I haven't purchased Vollers. You just makes you I mean, I don't care if they're dropping off the face of the earth. You know, by them. So. I'm getting real people about. Most time we'd actually have some sort of like program that you can see if they've purchased like serum like girls are going to get out. But you're here sponsoring pickle fine. Five three percent of your traffic comes out of Russia. Interesting do over there. Speaking of your Instagram the way, you use your Instagram account is different. I think than the way a lot of people in internet are in entertainment, and fashion. Do it's not super personal. But you find this way to really let your personality be forward without over sharing too much of your life in a way. Thank you. And I think it's really because we follow a lot of models and different people like that who somehow give me more details of their life. But show me way, less of their personality. You know what I mean? And I feel like you're striking really hard palates to achieve and you're doing lawlessly. What is your? Helps with your fear. I have no I I feel like I just I kinda stopped carrying the stories like number one Snapchat Instagram trying to all use the Snapchat for the stupid shit. Be more professional. I can't do both. Yeah. So I just feel like I don't I just not that serious. I've not just like, you know, I'm just making a duck face. Hear the duck. You've made that noise. Someone's like. Yeah. Yes. Just a little apart. Little bit of. Really? That's how you mono, right? Yeah. I'm willing would just have you unpleasant member? Yeah. I think it's really interesting because you post, you know, a lot of professional photos in the profile within your stores. I feel like I'm like, check checkout. If you want while Natalie check out the storm's professional neck. I just want to have. I don't care if I look stupid. You know what I mean? Like, I think it's just kind of fun. Will you know, look stupid super fucking? She does this thing guys that she just like a super zoom on her nose. And you pulling your Cody really tell you on your head. Why do that? It's like, I'm like in my Harding, double chin or Mike at ju just like this like, I tell you. So I really do. I like feeling like I'm a little butthole. Yeah. Because that's what you look like. Okay. Now, we were just like big bud holes. Think about that. I promise you. It's very comforting get baked. And since the fucking hoodie. Yeah. Like to your head. We have a sleepover with our hoodies. We gotta block. But I think it's really refreshing because often people in the beauty and modeling industry and rightly should take them seriously. But they present themselves in this way that it's just kind of unattainable personality. No fucking way. True. And you're so beautiful and flawless skin and. You're looking at home. I try to be like Taft fun. And then I also want to be little real. I've been open about like, you know, it was married and divorced. You know, like, let's just be people like real talk about like a mental health awareness, which is really refreshing because I feel like again in the modeling fashion beauty world. You don't hear that conversation as much I know needs to be talked about more. So yeah, appreciate oh. To be girl on the internet, especially a woman, posting beautiful photos of herself. Like, I can only forgetting imagine gets the comments and the DM getting. Those guys wanna go through. Some interest L this per like. Photo. I just put up recently. They're like more armpit, please, bro. Are we racing? What is? Listen, if you want more armpit you need to sign up for the wild, Natalie patriarch. Armpits armpit all the time. Another photo pixel lately. Arp block it out. Sorry, sweetie. Sorry, sweet little something. But like you got to pay for that. Funny. I wouldn't think armpit of all things it's bizarre. Couple of my other friends have gotten armpit things on like y'all or to you guys. Yes. Like we were saying if you Google famous actresses, namely, the first auto complete is like feet. So we're just like really not only is it just a handful of dudes needs a whole lot of people if it's auto completing. Do you think that it's a spectrum of guys that are into some of them, very sexual of them? They just like looking at or they like the ugly feet sometimes make women feel bad. Yeah. They're like, oh, she's not that odd you ever seen her elbow. Are they going to? Are they going to? I won't go to bat for Kim Kardashian, very often. But when he was super pregnant and she handles shoes yet and her feet willing, and no one was more miserable than her. We did not need to give her a hard time about that. She just wanted to be out. Me no shade to her. And then all these people were zoomed in on her feet. Make fun of because the reality is like when she put her foot in that. Probably just looked at it. She's like it doesn't look like. My skin's protruding. Yeah. Stand you stand. Booking? It was like the beginning of the Plato play place your six routing, the plano, just spilling. No shade. No, no, she's pregnant fuck like do your thing girl. But like, why would you wanna wear your life? Dudes being critical without or like, they fucking quotes totally so gross. So it's I don't I mean terrorist. Speak on behalf of the guys are fucking animals. How did you come up with the super knows zoom is your cute little nose piercing? Actually, it must have started. Like, I feel like I remember I had like some like acne on my chin like still want to be filming. Wanna Hudson should here? So I think one of that. And then I just thought it looked funny. One of my. Stories, and you don't have all your mind. Right up on your nose like fucking. Says something stupid is never stupid. It's always delightful. Very, you know, people just need to use like find me annoying. There's the mute feature. I love it or and follow. I like when people announced their on following because if we following in the common section is a party, and there's this like one person. Walk out the door. Just keep talking about it. And like I have when people do that I've gone back on their profile. Couple of days later, actually, followed us. We're not busy. We don't have shit. I am bored and petty. I'll go on their profile say follow back. So they have fun. So they announced they're following. But they haven't no fall alpha can block them. No, you don't deserve. Book your block. A willpower. Like, you're just saying that you're gonna unfo-. And then you don't like let me help you reach your goals. Your dreams of lock you love to talk shit online. I can at least, you know, with us. It's the brand it's not like us person. I mean, sometimes civically like when you jump in. And you're like what the fuck do most people, look huge. Huge phone, and you're like, no, you're being a dick like you're just using your favorite emoji to send back when someone's being a dick is either the kissy things or the sleepy one with the Z's. Like, oh my God. How reginal you? Shrill. Block them. That's utilized that more. Inspired me. We just we don't suffer fucking fools follow. While do you favor. Being in front of the camera as much as you are. Because it's I mean, you all the fucking time. I swear to God like anytime. We're like, okay. Can you come do this like do you want to come to this food thing that we're doing you're like, I'm in Cincinnati? I'm in New York. I was like I, but every time I see your Instagram. You're fucking in LA. So I know I know I'm so glad today worked out. I'm like, you know what I'm booking out. Yeah. Tuck. But like how how do you keep like your skin routine and do all this skin is not great really there's make up on here. Like, I struggle with it. It's like I'll let me any red blooded American does like like, my undertones or paint. I don't know what it is like the whitest half Mexican girl. I know. But it's like, yeah. No, the skin. So I'll see these girls show up like in, you know, they're working all the time, and they show up with no no makeup on and they're flawless. I'm like, I'm just pissed. Like, I just I just my skin so sensitive. It's just blog she read, and you know, but I would always rather here skin advice and skin cared by from somebody who works for. It was like oh, go bar, so and just just depar- of Duff, soap and moisture. Go to shoals facials is doing it monthly an actually just did. Like, it's called a gesture appeal over Christmas. Oh, your channel. Cheerful karaoke appeal your urine hibernation. Yeah. I'm like over Christmas like at my parents house on the couch and Mike hope y'all having fun. I'll be over here peeling. Any errands like looking like a fucking corpse. I actually did. And I'm like care cares. This is some light leprosy's peeling Angeles. Everyone peels so stupid yearly shedding skin. Very in. You guys will in five years from now you'll say Natalie. Yeah, she was out in about. I had my first facial because I didn't grow up with that kinda shit at all. Good. Yeah. Like two years ago three years ago and St. of your fucking joking. All of a sudden, you're glowing. Have you lasted for a couple of days? But days I was just like he is everyone looked at me. If you see this. Exactly twenty. I am a jerk. I am looking for it. Constant kind. Of course, you do to y'all gonna hate me. 'cause I have no scheme, of course. And like is as it the same, dude. Who's let me see more armpit covered acne. Exactly. Like a yellow tooth? Little smuggler. For guys like that that the aging just a fucking train where we'll just like to slowly gracefully, and that's all I want. And then that these I don't use this. I don't wish rice, and they're looking fucking awesome. Awesome fifty five hits and that you're like fucking eighty like a glove. It's like the old guy from high school where you know, the hot guys you've been sleeping outside for like. I think if if I had a kid a boy or girl, and they went to high school and they became a popular kid. I would beat it out of them. Fucking nerd. Something kids are you know? And they're all just like pimple down again gained few LB's nothing wrong down. But like Govan. God when people are like hold up like what is like a twenty pounds. And I'm working. Between five inbound only give twenty five. You're like me. It's usually, okay. Sometimes get tend I'm like, Michelle. I guess we should take some action. Now, did you have fun eating was that a good time for you? He's been bad for me like eight really well. But it's it's agreement. I want a little bit of that a little bit three plates. I call it to me treats because I have to earn stuff Brady deserve this. I deserve these five beers. I've had a weird week. Twelve. Yeah. Exactly. And then they'll be running on the treadmill? Too many treats treats I liked that treat and yeah exams go, and we got our guest. You do it every fucking day. Also, I don't earn. My treats looking I've had a pile of laundry on my floor. This no becoming dirty laundry. Oh, yeah. And gotta do it. All right boyfriends rolling over lake into my place, and he's like girl. Get your listen. I'm doing what's important. I'm paying Bill. Let me slack on this one meaningless area live life get to it. I don't really says Ennerdale or not living with a chair in your house full of laundry. Clean order. Are you really living? Do you really pay bills there? My little laundry dirty clothes been. Yeah. Is like has step. Then it also has the little pile on top of it. Yeah. Genes that can get a couple of days out of them. I'm sorry. But if you wash your jeans every single use, we are not friends. Every single time. And mean, ladies. Get real. We can lie to the dudes what we can't lie. We know how often we watch that. And frequently is what it is. I'm sorry about it. All right. We're bigness. Have something for the tickets to hold. The over the shoulder. Bolthole those guys it's not a mixed. You never that. That is a warm up tongue-twister say that. Practicing before the part. We are so mad that you finally hang out. And so if people wanna follow you where do they follow you can follow me on Instagram? Now rod, oh, I don't really use anything. Tweet every once in a. Catch me on the ground. And like I said we've been pulling on Instagram for so long. And then when I was like googling stuff about you. Dewinter girl. Google it was a role. You had a Twitter. It was like I'll stick to the groom good idea. I appreciate that. Do you have any campaigns coming up at your minded about or that you could talk about? Let's see my a lot of stuff for Riyan as line. Oh, the seventy s a lot of fun. It's been awhile since I've shot for them. But I actually just signed two women in New York. So hopefully, we'll be going over there in a couple of months, and that's the top of the top pick up all these names. Sorry, bro. I'm excited. For being fucking awesome. That's fantastic. Thank you. That's really about. Well, having two more lovely. I said you're supposed to be. If you guys wanna follow Natalie do it. I highly recommend I run s for your for the butthole. Yeah. Sure to do that. Maybe if you get a lot of followers from this podcast guy, she'll show more. But I mean any from. You know, we'll see. Do the hoodie. Tricks more here. Please. One more question. Phil Collins about Phil Collins. Okay. I think it started. When I was a kid, my parents wouldn't let me listen to like the trendy radio station when I was younger. Genesis would frequently play. Yeah. But I think like eight years ago, I started like heavily get into. Funny on your incident all the time, and I can tell I don't fucking understand this about my I love him. 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Get Along, Young Pokmon

Gotta Watch'em All - A Pok�mon Podcast

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Get Along, Young Pokmon

"Going on talk, trainers welcomed episode ninety seven got gotTa watch him all the podcast bringing the trainers from every corner of pokemon Phantom before watching along with an episode pokemon series, starting all the way back at episode one but today we're GONNA be watching episode ninety seven. Get, along Little Pok, Mon yet allow gotTa Watch as part of the pump professor network and today Saturday June sixth, two, thousand and twenty, one of your host Ken Pescadora joined by my co host Adam. Tuttle Adam Hi. What's up? POKEMON are the best. They are. Yeah man gotTa Love Your. Kind of love them. All Man Love Mantle poten-. Love it'd be like. Traits, type or water type gotTa Love Them All. The fire. Will Burn you. Burn you, but it's so came in the water. Types of cool. You Damn Man. All right well. We got some stuff to talk about this week. Some exciting stuff, actually we had a new and shield deal. See trailer. We have our release date for Lavar. Break all that down and build up some hype because there's some really exciting stuff that's happening. You know that we kind of caught a glimpse of and It's really really fun and really cool and some new information so definitely. Break all that down we also have the gigantic Max Festival. Come in the sword and shield for the entire month of June, so now is your chance to get caught up with all the existing gigantic Max Pokemon. We'll talk about what to expect in both games. The TC G. Battle Academy is going to be coming out. This is a cool new product aimed at new players, specifically the table, top or board game community so making it real easy to jump into the TC. G.. It's pretty cool, actually I kind of like how they're doing this and it's very very value friendly, so we're talk about that. Twilight Wings Episode Five has been released. This was another really really good episode. Phenomenal storyline, really really exceptional storytelling really enjoyed it and we're gonNA. Continue to recap the CELERION adventure. And then we'll finally do our rewatch of episode ninety seven. Get along little pokemon. So, let's start with a sword and shield. DLC trailer, so we. We kinda got these teaser. Matsch's from POKEMON DOT, com, or on the POKEMON social. You know saying June second, and it showed the sword and shield logo is so you kind of knew where the silhouettes of like I'll of armor and Crown Tundra, so you knew we were getting new information. Typically when they do like a trailer drop. where it's not like a direct, what they would do is you might see the the trailer hit the Japanese Youtube Channel I than in shortly after will the US trailer. So June second, the Japanese trailer comes out right and I have like a tweet ready to go like ready to fire the tweet off just waiting for the US trailer link to come. And it never comes. Not for three days, which was totally bizarre so I, ended up holding off on watching the trailer because I didn't WanNa watch the Japanese trailer at first I was let me watch this for the first time in English, but then I had to break down and watching the Japanese, because I couldn't even get it. But we do we do now have a American trailer or an English trailer, which is really really cool, really exciting. And, we've got a ton of information, but most importantly we have a release date for Lavar June seventeenth. So, we're less than two weeks away because that's pretty quick. Yeah, it's coming up really quick, so make sure that you get this because there's a lot of really cool stuff saw. We're just going to run through some bullet points here of what you can expect and the new and exciting stuff that we kind of pulled away from this trailer and from the press release. So I'll lavar glare Ian Slow Bro. Really, cool design poison psychic type. It has quick draw ability that's announced. We see gigantic amax Venus sore and plastic toys, both with g Max moves. That are gonNA function sort of like charts where it will have damaged that lasts multiple rounds for black toys like against poke him on. That aren't watertight for Venus for against pokemon that aren't grass type pretty cool move. We see her shoe. It has an ability called unseen fists that allows it to deal damage through protect so even g Max like as GM g Max moves. You can deal damage even if your opponent uses protecting. Still get past that really exciting. We see the cream O- Matic, which is this new item that will allow you to upcycle your unwanted items to earn new items like polka balls and some other stuff they promised. Maybe some rare items can be generated through this way as well. This is cool like you just have a surplus of a certain thing. You don't necessarily want to sell it you can just you know kind of like? Change it into I, think up cycles, probably the best way to talk about it, but upcycle into some new items that's coming. we have rate or we saw this in the code not too long ago, but now we have confirmation. This is what you're gonNA. Do you'RE GONNA use to learn tutor moves? We have new moves burning jealousy new fire move. We have a new grass move grassy glides a to new moves I. Like the sounds of those here right burning jealousy. It's sweet sounding. Move Grassy glide to sounds. Cool sounds. Good dance move. And then we have another really cool thing called Max? Soup took what the heck is that they show like this long dinner table with this big super bowl in the middle. And, this could potentially be something like the curry mechanic where you're actually making it like actually getting ingredients and cooking. But, Giving a pokemon Max soup will allow a pokemon. To Gigante Max. So what this, this is big because previously. If you if you want a gigantic Max on had to to catch it from an existing g Max Raid Yep meaning. You couldn't trat. You couldn't pass that g MAX trait down through breeding. But now however. When you give a poke him on Mac soup, and it picks up that ability. You can now breed, so let's you wanna run like a trick. Room him on, and you want zero speed. Pok Mon. You couldn't necessarily get that from a Max raid because there's going to have good IV's so now you can breed for like a zero speed POK. Mon Get the Ivy's that you want, and then give it max soup, so it can g Max. It's pretty exciting so that that's going to be a whole new mechanic. Definitely have ramifications on the competitive scene when it comes to breeding and gigantic spoke among. That's exciting. All that stuff I love armor June seventeenth. Now we have Crown Tundra. This is coming later in the fall. We don't have a date for this yet. But we see a lot of really exciting stuff in the form of new legendary Pokemon. To. New Reggie forms so brand new. Reggie lucky, which is an electric form, crazy, looking thing and in Reggie, draco dragon type Reggie Wow. It looks like a me ball inside of HR's art skull. That's kind like what it looks like really cool design now. Did they give up those names? I didn't see the names. There so the names aren't in the trailer. POLKA DOT COM. There's actual info landing pages on it. They give the details okay. Yeah, so and from the press release. So this is my time and their names, and that's okay. It's Reggie, lucky for the electric one and Reggie Drago. The dragon really cool. Then we see the legendary birds. arcona zapped to smoke zapped. Oh, smoltz galeria informs with new typing. It's Pretty Wild Arctic is psychic. Flying type ZAP does is fighting. Flying type and multipurpose is dark flying type so really cool typing here. All of them also have new signature moves. And the animations on those moves phenomenal looks amazing. They're all they show them on the trailer, really really cool. we also see a couple of new features including the dynamex adventure, which I think is going to be like. I don't want to say a battle tower, but something where you're. You're bringing a team to go up against lots and lots and lots of dynamex pokemon. we see something called the Glaring Star Tournament, Oh, and another really cool feature hidden ability. Starters are now available through mystery gift. Via pokemon home, so you transfer any po-. Come on doesn't matter what Pokemon. It is from sword and shield to home in. The from the switch. Then you log in in the mobile APP. And you open your the mystery gift in the mobile APP and you can get your hidden ability starter in an ultimately. Push that out to your switch, so you have to kind of use the mobile APP and the switch version, so it's a little bit funky but that's how you do that. So tons of information here tons of exciting stuff. On I got to get on that, yeah, I, mean it's. It's really exciting because. We have the date it's it's here. It's pretty much upon us for olive armor. New pokemon new G. Max new abilities new items new mechanics very very exciting. I think that this is really gonNA breathe new life back into sword and shield mean sword and shield has done a really good job of. Updating. Max Raid Battle Pool. A good job of keeping people engaged, but I just think this is gonNA. Turn it up to eleven and people are really going to jump back into the game and you know it's going to be fun. Little Renaissance of having everyone maybe put animal crossing down a little bit, and come back to sword and shield. We'll have. Definitely, it's like I animal crossing has dominated so many switch players time it will be interesting to see if this will have the power to pull people away from animal crossing. We'll have to see I. think it very exciting. I think it will. You still plan on crossing. I've Kinda stepped away, yeah! It's tough like I I WANNA get back into it. It's like you know I kind of picked it up and then I stopped playing like two days and I'm like Oh man. I missed all the stuff like by the time I get back to my, and it's going to be covered in weeds. Everybody's going to be mad and WANNA. Move Out. From what I what I've seen like? I Don I haven't played it, but it's either you. You go gung Ho from the beginning or Jump, in your Gung Ho, and then you kind of drift away, and then once he drift away. It's really hard to to get back in so. I'm definitely not shield got jailed, so you're good. Yeah, just a couple of weeks. And like I said they did announce the gigantic Max Festival at. You want to run through this really quick. This is a really cool opportunity for people to get caught up. We learn about the gigantic Max Festival, which is a new in game event happening right now. featuring just about all of the g Max Pokemon like Ken, said everyone that we've seen so far in in sort we're GONNA get Gondar Kimbler lapis garbage Moore Korva night. Appleton amp for. Forget that he has two forms toxicity sententious scorch grim snarl, alchemy and guerrilla don, and if you have shield going to be chartered butter, free, a champ or beetle, dread, Nah whole, Lonzo Flagpole Santa Kanda low key form toxicity. And Halloween and Cucaracha. So if you missed any of those, now's the time to get them. Absolutely or makes them, too. Yeah Yeah. What's? Once I-. lavar comes out for sure but it. This is cool I know I missed. Gang are so. I'm kind of excited about this to get back in there and get gang are so. Very very cool all right? Let's shift gears Adam over to the TC Jianye guys talked about this on special conditions last week, but tell us about the battling academy, and then you know, break down what it is, and then I'm very anxious to hear your thoughts on on the product itself. Okay, so the TC G. Battle Academy is new product designed to welcome new players, and it's like you said earlier. It was specifically targeted for Board Game Community. Just to introduce them to the G.. By, not only giving them three complete decks to choose from. A game board tutorial guide, an advanced rulebook and accessories They make. It seem like a board game. which will probably make it an easy transition from other board game players into a card game, but this is a POKEMON T C G. Yet, so it's it's like deceiving. It's like hey, we're gonNA. Put you in the game section. But. It's actually a card. Even the box looks like a board game box. Yes, I think that's that's the you know from a gift perspective I think that's where it could really do well, because it looks like a board game, and it looks like this kind of all inclusive self contained game and I think that's what. Many board game players are intimidated by car games because. Most board. Games are inclusive. You buy at once and you're done. Everything you need is in the box. You don't have to buy anything else, but with the TC G. it's very intimidating because you have to keep buying in buying and buying. So this gives you everything you need to play and sets you up for that long and continuous spending, but not you know it's not necessary exactly. Yeah, the three deck options that does come with is Pikachu Charles M. You to? Make it very easy for new players to recognize the characters. Each comes with the guidebook that walks you through how to each list, but they look like the xs that come with them or g XS. You've got. Like just had to get them you to chart, and it does come with Rai to for the other one They're all from hidden fates. which are all in ten, so it's? Like. It's just kind of weird that they're putting these ones in there. There's a limited exclusive release for these at target being available on June twenty first and then available everywhere as of July thirty first. The best part about this is that it's only GonNa Cause Twenty Bucks. That's solid. That's awesome. Twenty Bucks for the whole package like that's That's a pretty rock solid price point I mean even for a board game. I think that's probably the going rate for a board game. Even if you want to buy like monopoly or something like that, it's going to be fifteen twenty bucks, and it's got solid cards. You're not getting generic run of the mill cards. You're getting known cards that are competitive, so it's pretty exciting. Yeah and so like. The board that it comes with a swimming. You know what I mean like a Standard Board Game Board. This is probably going to be like you know. Fold it. Up Into Square. You can fold it out in. It's a two player. Platt affect. It's like it's like the paper plane match that come with the decks, but in board game form which is Pretty Rad actually yeah so twenty bucks. If you think about it, you know. A structure deck is around twelve bucks so. For Twenty dollars. You're getting three structure dex. Andy Very High Quality Board. I'm interested in picking it up I just. I'm just I want to know what other cards are in it. You know I just WanNa. Know I just want to token I think you're gonNA see like some high level competitive cards in here. No, no, not at all but I just WANNA. See like you know if the poison and burn counter are those because I did see pictures, and it's like if those are metal coins like those would be so much cooler to use than the acrylic ones from the trainer boxes right right, so it's like asking the. Token is like metal. That'd be so sweet well. You can get that in the tent. Yeah, so it's like. It's just a toss up. I don't know what the actual contents inside will be. So I I WANNA. Wait until I see. Somebody opened it up on boxing and then get hyped for it. I mean I'm excited. But I definitely want to see what's in IT I. I mean the way I look at. It is for twenty bucks. How could you go wrong? You know what I mean and. You know I have a billion cousins like a billion younger cousins so I look at this as like. This is a solid gift like this is a rock solid gift, so you know I'll probably I'm sure these will be pushed through the holiday season, but I can see myself like picking up. Ten of these things and giving them out to all my cousins. All my nieces and my cousins kids. You know like just bringing him for everybody I could just see that happening I. think that'd be really cool, so yeah I. Mean Twenty Bucks an easy easy gas gift, you know. Yeah, it's awesome. Great Price, point, great, great price point. All right. Shifting gears here to twilight wings. This is the monthly series. The animation series seven episode mini series. This is episode five. simply called Assistant. which is a pretty weird name coming to you know that it really doesn't give us any context, but the episode begins and I I mean look. We had the whole Nessa storyline. Lots of action. This episode! Is All story. And I gotta say the episodes. Just keep getting better I. think this might be my favorite episode to date just because it kept going. I mean these things are only six minutes long. But it's just story after story beat after story after story beaten. It's like man. Things are starting to finally come together, but let's break it down. We we start by seeing a lab. Someone's like furiously typing away to computer young woman. And, she's likes spouting off calculations. There's the scientists who the clipboard trying to keep up. We see a cute little trobisch kind of looking on. Then we see a young chairman rose walk in. And says to the scientists that was typing like you know this is exciting. We have a diamond in the rough. It's It's been hiding here. You know all along. And, he says Oh, who are you like? What's your name adding to the scientists? and. Then it kind of fades out and we see the. interoffice her office on her cell phone. And you see your like agreeing with so much. Yes, yes, yes, we'll take care of it, and then she's pulled away. and. Then we hear like a loudspeaker announcement like a the chairman won't be in the office today, and the place just starts getting all hustle and bustle. And you see Leanna just go to work. You see her on a job site. You see her in the office. You see her in the field like she's just doing like where a million hats and getting it done and rally the employees. And everyone's like really looking up to her. Like what are we? They cut it in like this. This montage with music and it's like so well done. It's like this is very cinematic like it's very reminiscent of what you'd see in a movie. and. It it's just she's demand. Everyone is is looking for her. Everybody wants her attention and she pulls it off like you could tell that. She is really the mastermind of all the goings on and galar. Necessarily chairman rose do I. Don't know, only still don't be. Dude totally totally be especially in this episode. Like if I think one thing. It's like. I? Don't know I feel like it was. It was subtle, but there was definitely some some hints there. Well I'll get to that right now. So in the next scene we see the glaring downtown area. We see a glaring mouth walking which is very timely. Considering just been added spoke, pokemon goes. It was really cool to see him. We see this phenomenal galeria mister mind tap dancing to like a street musician. You know playing the accordion, which is awesome, just animated super well, isn't it? Mr Mr Rhyme. MR RHYME MR I'm. we We also catch on well. If you saw this, there's a quick cameo of. Walking in the back yes. Yes, I saw dark type JIM leader, so he's walking in the back room. It picked up on that. Then in the background Then we see Ileana Meetchairman rose. Who is again? Adam like you always say the connecting the dots the coronate taxi once again in the episode and we see chairman rose standing there next to the coronate taxi sees Leanna, says hey. I'll give you a ride back to the office and. Once they're in the taxi Leeann is shuffling her papers together and on the top of her papers that she has. Is that same drawing? The kid in the hospital gave chairman rose in the beginning of Leon Char's art. Yeah then we have that tying it together. and. Chairman rose even makes a joke like Oh. You know you did a really good job with me not in the office today. It's like it seems like you really You're the one that's running the show. It's like even jokes and alludes to that. And then he makes this kind of like. Creepy like thank you and like stares at Ileana in like a super creepy way, he very creepy, and then she like almost rolls her eyes, just Kinda like looks out the window like yea. I'm stuck in this taxi with you seriously exactly. She's like Yep. Everything's done now. And then as they're flying, they come over a pokemon stadium, which is really cool. There's a dynamex going on dynamex battle going on between Labrador and a colossal. Taxi driver, even comments. He's like Oh man. This is amazing. You know look at these dynamex. Pok Mon and Oriana starts spitting off facts and she's like actually. These are gigantic spoke on. And as she's like spinning off all these facts, we see this really cool fade in. Back to the first scene of the episode of the scientists in the lab that was typing away, spinning off facts to the scientists was in fact, Oriana. So? We just got pretty much a complete origin story for only Anna starting in the laboratory as young worker. Being on top of her game, then knowing all these facts, other people couldn't keep up with her to becoming pretty much the person that's running the nuts and bolts gallery. To the point where she just knows everything, she knows how to run everything and she knows information about the poem on everything I just thought that that transition back to that I seen was absolutely phenomenal, also very creepy, thinking back to it now like that chairman rose was like Hey, who are you? You know what I mean like. The roof exact turn you into a diamond. That was very creepy. and. Then she finally, states like look to the taxi driver like just let's just move on like I'm exhausted. Like I've had a very long day. so it kind of wraps up like that. So the whole episode was really devoted to this character development of leanna. But we don't know why. It was just to prove that she's really the one. In charge of gallagher, or is there something else at play here? I don't know I loved it. Don't get me wrong I. Just don't know what the relevance of. Knowing, the important role of leanna is. And then like they do in just about every episode, there is a teaser for the next episode cuts to like this really ominous. Cemetery scene where we end up seeing Alastair, who's the ghost type JIM leader and the whole gasline ghastly hunter, Ganger kind of crowding around him in this like really quick two or three second tease and boom cuts out credits. So? Very interesting episode. What are what did you think of of of the storyline itself I mean. Literally liberal very well done. On the only thing. I don't know maybe I'm nitpicking but. where you saw the gigantic Max, pokemon battling. The animation just seemed like a little off. And I don't have to explain it other than like. It almost looked like it was like. Choppy. Yeah it was stylized is definitely didn't have the same flow of the other animation in the episode, but I don't necessarily think that that was a concession by the animators I think that was just the style that they chose to depict it. Yeah I mean that's just the only thing I was kind of like. A kind of it kind of like lost me right there, but do you know? Were you able to find a reason why they're telling us so much about Eliana are her backstory like? Is it, just further confuses about chairman rose like that's the only thing I can think of. It's like something's GonNa. Come to a head with Chairman Rose I. Mean obviously you played their sword and shield, so you know. Really, you know what what roses all about, but. It's just bizarre that we only have two episodes of the series left and we kind of have this super funky thing going on I don't get it I. Don't know very cool episode. They'll have very little answers. Yeah, but I thought it was cool that we we did see the coronate taxi I saw I thought it was cool that we did have again to throw back to the original drawing of cars. Are Leon. It's. An Is Alastair going to be the next episode like something around that or Will it be somehow here's? How? We have to wait a month. A month. I know we'll have to see this just came out. No I'm just joking. All right well, we we have to wait a month for that, but we only have to wait about thirty seconds to come back from our break him again All right, let's take a quick break. We'll be back right after this. And we are back from our break. Thank you guys so much for that. We have our Amazon. Prime Video cued up and ready to go, but before we get into the episode little housekeeping. This podcast is powered by Patriot. Please check ours out over a Patriot dot com slash pokemon professor where he can support this show for as little as one dollar a month that one dollar will be access to. 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Adam if you are good to go, we can get this party started and get this episode started. What do you think let's get? The party started our do learn up in three two one go. So. Where do where did we leave off last episode it was. No battles whatsoever right like I remember. They were saying something to the effect of. He's got to you know. He wanted to get get his next orange battle in, but. I think it's been yeah. It was initially was the Tony Tony in Marietto. Yeah. But like it's been like three amid might even before episodes since he last had any kind of. League Challenge League battle. So. I'm anxious to see if we actually get something here in regards to the orange lead, obviously the GS ball. Only comes out every couple episodes to be polished, but that's about it. But we'll have to see. I mean I'm ready for some battles I I've had enough. My patience is wearing thin ash ketchum. Battles, isn't it always? Misty. Seven zero tolerance for Ash. We have battled Music Vita our heroes find themselves trekking across. It looks like they're in the desert. Right so travolta is where they're headed. That's where the next JIM is so Tavita is where they're heading there on an island, but this is like you said. It looks like they're desert, which is a demet Jr departure from what we've seen pretty much. Every island they've been on in the past. Like ten episodes has been like blushing green. With the exception of the pink fruit, but like forest. You know just looked like that here. We see like lofts and canyons and. Now it looks like. Looks like a desert so definitely different than what we've seen. Out Misty being over dramatic. To their kids, they haven't eaten. Why don't they ever like grab food to bring with them? We didn't bags. You think if they. Tell their procam on to hold their food, and then put the pokemon into the POLKA ball it'll. Like hell. Hold. This bag filled with food in. Put Him back in the book. Just tie it on them like a like a bowl or something. That'd be funny. Gay. Could have. Some saying you can give them a champ four bags of groceries the holder. The teams Kado thunderstorm rainstorm and Toga fees just love it. that. Toby's my spirit animal, because through all the madness doesn't matter. It could be like. Walking on a thin piece of steel. Frame of a building twenty stories up like a fall to his death, and he's just like the alliance. So He. Really took care of. Yeah Right. It's like you know stoler Scott gotTA. Make it up to her somehow. Shape units located outside. I want to receive this cluster of Magna my. Kind of. You know. Getting struck by lightning. and. I know it just seems like they're all in position to. Be Hit on purpose. So guilty on I. I gotTa Say Jolting Cry. Here is absolutely hilarious. Just think it's funny though he's like Joel, Joel. Begun like needles that are fired edits opponents, it absorbs charge. So ten thousand volts of electricity say what now. Pilgrim's so how how out of places this like? It looks like a desert and everything but like. You've got a a barrel wagon with cowboy with to the Oregon trail. It's straight up Oregon. Trail. I see Green. Ranch Yep he belied falls. Why do you having? Why do you have a southern accent you? He's from the southerner are involved. From the Southern Orange Islas. I bet chasing after lightning storms must be a really dangerous and exciting job isn't. Who You you bet it is kids? He's like with my rubber tires. Max deal, he's got like a dog whistle. For the Magnum, He's like yeah, well I. Don't have to feed them. I just let them get electrocuted by a thunderstorm. About. Sixty percent chart. So he's like. Taking electricity out of the Magnum ice. He's likes using them. To capture and store. Electricity from the thunderstorms. Animation here so funny. They look they have noth. Think. He's pretty much saying that you know. He's a farmer and he's a farmer. And ultimately electricity farmer. Joe Is, is the is the. Sheepdog the. Catalog. That's cool, though because Magnolia contract with Tila. Like. Please and just they wouldn't be sparked up a little bit and. I had to get them out of pokey balls. Every time we'd missed the and you only have nine of them rant. Zoe nine have nine polka balls. Missy, but it's better forms, and I like the I mean he keeps corner, missy and it keeps triggering because it's like. If. You're going to go through the whole thing of saying missy just her misty. There was more than nine. Magnates. Come on. A straight up like messing with with pitcher q here and like. Poor pitchy like obviously he's distressed, right? He's magna mater like overtaking him. Look how stressed out he is and good ashes reaction. Here all right buddy. NO DUDE HERE'S A. Storm Link What are you talking about? Above. Disney remember that one episode where? Like charged up in my fellow I wonder how many right? Tough. How many times? Just think ash has been shocked. In the enemy like we're, we're one hundred almost one hundred episodes I bet you fifty episodes. He's I was going to say higher because the eighty percent of episodes. Because, it's a common occurrence like. It maybe not directly, but indirectly. House. Urine look I got some beef jerky. It's made out of metal. Metal Jerky. Great. are quit that Sir stuff. He quit that. Sir Stuff, will you're with that missy style? Call me by my name Ethan. So this is funny like he's barely doing anything with the reins of the tutorials, but like the second he gives the reins to ash. It's like a nightmare. Such an amazing ash thing to do. But doesn't have like a million tourists should understand how I know Alvin Bhai now he's got thirty of them. Can we go back to the Safaris on again? That was that was in the the broke the time space continuum. Oh, just like the palm trees in the middle of the desert. Man. It's IT- lightnings way too often. Only happens on this one island. Yea what. Where where's Labrousse? GET HERE The one episode, we don't see lapress. This huge desert island! About to rustle ups right so. WHAT ARE WE Almost ten minutes into the episode before we see team rocket for the first time, and of course they're just spying. them to the bus, but after we aren't they hot. Don't they need? What do you mean juice now man? They got a per diem from the company. Selling their electricity, we just have to figure out how yeah, which is have to figure out how. On let's get just need that. Get Rich Quick Scheme. That's that's team. Rocket Way the get rich quick scheme scheme. Black out there they're saying hey, man, a bunch of Magda might together else. That's easy money. Chance like in a panic in the background. What is it what's happening? They're completely out of power. I was like I was waiting for the phone did. What happens if they don't have? Telephones are electricity for the hospital. They all that. They all faint for real this time like. Did you notice that? He's just in the back of his trailer wagon car thing he's got the video phone. That's like so funny. What's IT connected to Wifi? Scott Electricity look. Told Jolt. What entire nations I know, he actually said Tarnation, which is fantastic. What are they gonNA learn about this off. Balloon Sleek, not a good look, but look at the fantastic. Like roadrunner and Wylie coyote acne brand giant magnet. Where did they get that? You don't even be like. Did they? Just come prepared every single time with every single thing they have. Great! Have the company credit card. What they just bite on. They just were looking and all of a sudden. They must have Amazon fire it. You know it's the which the same day Amazon Delivery Amazon now or whatever? Like man. That I need that giant magnet. You're in luck. And like, don't they know anything about like? Trying to cast, stop there, not just stop there. Don't they? Know Anything? No, the answer's. It doesn't matter what it is. The answer is no. Oh perfectly. Can Dodge a quick attack, but can't can't dodge a slow moving grappling. Got You. GotTa let it go man. It wasn't even squeeze tight. Shocked. Shocked, proof grabber thought it was going to grab ash. VR. Don't. How Pin is. Never thought that attack would work. That see the pin missile should have been. Left. To draw mashes on the ground, but the that pin missile should've shredded the balloon getting. One hundred percent. Is Pretty, funny to the same fate as Pichu at you. It's like arbox falls to the ground. No. It'd be. It'd be nice if he is like poison, needle or pin missile himself. Joel note tackle. Let's just attack. Biggest I know you just got slammed to the ground until I know. Yeah you just fell five stories from a balloon onto the rock ground, but A. Thunderbolt a hole into the balloon, please. It's used up a lot of one attack that. Bach. On I guess he probably never attacked with Jodie. He's traveler he. He's had to defend himself. Yeah I just I don't understand how guilty on was not that strong. It's a level fifteen. Charged up to. Siam tarnishing. Doing ashes taking the initiative those matinee my. Only wish I could make the trip myself. I only wish I want, so we're like. Doesn't he? Need a doctor? Can't just tell the magnum to fly themselves back. Just jolt knows the way. Go. I like though how you could see how big Toro says. cohere. Reminds me of the. Ultrasonic ruling could ride. Your your Toros. I like this. The music here is very Say Majestic or it's like it's like. You know it's like an eighties movie like montage music. We you'd see like. The map has little red line going across the map as they travelled. Yep Yep. But immediately loses all magnet just scatter. They're like now brought. You gotta get gotTa get. Magnum might whistle. Why aren't you staying? To? Get electrified. Love how they float like upside down. Only seven minutes Portoroz case. Anybody's county. Hey I better. Make sure everybody's year. One two three, four, five, six, seven eight. He had nine he. There's only eight there now. He did a terrible job. I like the number six is like Derby. He's like all bent up. How it's like splashing in the water. He's lost and broken derp. Over here drops. It'd be funny if there's marker like actually write the numbers on them. Up Your number six. Let's go. Not Again! Literally this team rocket was just here. Get. Them by magnetically guest. Stay away. Puns. Now now they've got. They've got more choice. And they're building static electricity ethic. That's pretty funny. Get your socks out kids. You get roped the balloons and your hair. So funny. Again. Go. They will. Ensure. Inbetween her outfit and just uh man. So funny. They're only going to steal you. They're attracted to the static electricity. The terrible. wrap-up animation in a blanket of Flying Magnum might so lazy. animators was so lazy animators. Go Back and fix your twenty year. Old Cartoon, please. Where's the thunderstorm when you need it? Now Yeah. And they're all charged up so. Can't they just attack team? I was GONNA. Say why don't. Know you know what are. They got to keep their energies for the town people. To make, they gotTA. Make some money. They need some some. Digital, Polka puffs. Lost number six BRO. This by Derby because he makes weird decisions Susan. I love the fact that he has been magnets. CAN'T WE HAVE THAT MAGDA? My in TC form. Jerking Magnum might. Yeah? This is pretty cool. While all all all therapy magnets into. Six Derby magnets. Is Derby magnets on? Powers allowed any. Magnetic and electric fields so now you can earn more money by storing additional energy because you have bigger batteries in the magnet. They're still trying to make static. X extra pieces of glass. and. Burns Burns's nipples. Trump peak, you had no energy left. The, magnates, he'll them up. Your check that cool. The way that electricity looked yes, yeah. Get Cooler to multiple multiple attentive intensity level, yeah! Look at this burning the midnight oil. Finally finally makes it back. Get some nice mellow music. Yeah, we made it ash yeah man. Like. Cow Good Look. How good tracy is at steering wagon. Shouldn't Latrice you drive. Yeah, he's a pokemon watcher. He he sees and knows everything. All thanks to I. The P. for. I don't know what we go come on center. So yes, very nice looking pokemon center. With all these. Wrangled those magnavox. Even help six into a Madden atoll. How you somebody with obviously we're. We're wrapping up the episode. All we had was a fight with team rocket. To fights routine rocket. I'm growing impatient. I Need Jim, battles. Goodbye Migo. MISTY INTRIGUES! You just walking backwards. After beating the bad guys and helping to save the day after beating the bad guys come on, narrator, headed toward the next Jim and their next at the better be heading towards the next Jim I. Mean like Geez. I don't know man I duNno, my alone here. Now this this is not my favorite episode. Like The Ethan character. Nothing memorable want entire nation as a cowboy in the middle of like. The Orange Islands, the orange are tropical, but all of a sudden this wins. I don't know. I don't know. I think the only thing that can make me feel better as opening this booster pack than I have in front of me right now. See I guess time have to have a digital booster here. All right you have your geo- pulled the awful awful person. All right well, I have. I have a pack of rebel clash. See what we got here. See what Color Code Card. We have come on baby. Give it to me. Give it to me. Give it to me. It's a green card. Oh No! got. Foca Ball Pella per bronze or talks will apple and glares to Glare Maka, Bumblebee practical art. My reverse is an Aplin M.. I rare is a non hollows is or Jeez Louise. I'm do man I am so do for something good. Yeah? Can you just pull something good for once? No, I can't. It's in the game. Not Let me. The game will not lay. The TC G.. The trading card game will not let me. The the packs facts that you keep opening. Stop getting this packs. Get different packs. These packs were this was from the tins I bought. DOES OBSCENE INSOMNIA CENTER TINS? All Right MY PTC JOE is not responding to dig into older packs. Hang on one second. Okay? What are we thinking I've evolutions, steam, siege, guardians, rising or burning shadows. Man. Steam each of the worst. Yes burning shadows has Gu's Ma. I love what? I will go burning shadows were doing burning shadows. Let's do it all right. Let's do it. Okay I got a psychic energy. Escape Rope who flaunt. ELECTRIC TAINA MO-! Crab brawler in K. 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From the Vault: The Electric Ark

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From the Vault: The Electric Ark

"At IBM problems inspire us to push the world forward. That's why so many people work with us on everything from city traffic to ocean plastic smart loves problems. Ibm A. B. M. Let's put smart to work visit. IBM DOT COM slash smart to learn more. Hey welcome to stuff to blow your mind. My name is Robert Lamb. And I'm Joe McCormack candidate Saturday time to go into the vault. This time we're going to be looking at part. Two of our exploration exploration from December of two thousand eighteen of the Ark of the Covenant Myth and And some strange historical hypotheses. People have had about that in particular. This episode owed focuses mostly on the idea that That what if the Ark of the covenant wasn't so much a holy box of divine wrath and was more just a giant battery. This this was I remember. It had some of the weirdest stuff we've ever read proposed by Nikola Tesla. So yeah anyway. We hope you enjoy and donate Abbott. Abba Abba who the sons of Erin took either of them. His sensor and put fire therein and put incense they're on and offered strange fire before the Lord which he commanded them not and there went out fire from the Lord and devoured them and they died before the Lord now the Lord spoke to Moses was after the death of the two sons there when they had approached the presence of the Lord and died the Lord said to Moses tell your brother Aaron that he shall will not enter at any time into the holy place inside the sale before the mercy seat which is on the Ark or he will die for. I will appear in the cloud cloud over the mercy seat. Welcome to blow your mind from how stuff works DOT com. Hey wasn't a step to blow your mind. My name is Robert Land. And I'm Jim McCormick and we're back for our two electric blue blue. Our second exploration of a bunch of weird sort of bronze punk takes on the stories. He's of the Ark of the covenant from the Hebrew Bible Right. It's kind of perfect because this is the kind of this is kind of Hanukkah content for stuff. Blow your mind. Oh I again think about the timing. Yeah we're publishing these episodes the week of Hanukkah almost entirely by by accident But but pleasant accident I would say so. Last time. We talked about the stories about say the Philistine captivity of the Ark of the covenant. And the Marauders and what all that meant but there is another aspect to the Ark of God story the Tends to tempt people into the techno mythology realm not only was the arc said to bring vast destructions and Plagues of Murad. There are also these Bible stories. Tell of the ARC lashing out with blasts of power that kill offenders in an instant And so there are a couple of examples. One is the story we just told about errands. Two sons we don't get a whole lot of details but it seems like errands. Two sons entered the presence of the ARC with some kind of strange inch fire. Essentially the IT sounds like they were not doing the rituals of the Tabernacle as they had been commanded. They're doing something incorrect. Fun Fact Act. I actually traveled home and attended a Sunday school class at my mom's church recently and this was the passage they were discussing really well in the last episode. I thought we were talking about how they almost never bring these stories up in Sunday school at least when we were kid I saw a great example of why it's it's kind of difficult culture folks to have a like a casual real life Oriented conversation about a passage like this about the strange fire of the Lord which apparently sometimes translated it is alien. Fire Alien Fire. They brought alien fire in the sensors before the Lord and the Lord did not like it and he lashed out instruct them dead. Yeah Consumed them with fire from the mercy seat now before we get into the the bronze punk discussions today. We should tell at least one more story of this kind about the story of Ouza. Aw so remember how the Ark was taken to the land of the Philistines. That's one of the stories in the Bible about it. The the Philistines there's a battle and the Philistines take the Ark and they they they put it in the Temple of Day gone until the ARC messes them up and topples the statue of the God Dagan and eventually the Philistines repenteth and the Israelites. Get the ARC back. So when the Israelites under King David Our they're bringing the arc back to their land We get to this passage quote. They place the the Ark of God on a new car that they might bring it from the House of a DAB which was on the hill and Ouza an audio. The Sons of have been a DAB were leading the new cart. So they brought it with the Ark of God from the House of Bene- DAB which was on the hill and audio was walking ahead of the ARC. Meanwhile David and all the House of Israel we're celebrating before the Lord with all kinds of instruments made of for would with Liars Harps tambourines Castaneda symbols but when they came to the threshing floor of Nikon Ouza reached out toward the Ark of God and took hold of it for the oxen nearly upset it and the anger of the Lord burned earned against USA and God struck him down there for this irreverence and he died there by the Ark of God. And then there's a story that apparently this place comes to be named What roughly translates to the breakthrough of Ouza or the bursting out at USA as we discussed at length in the last episode? Oh you look at any of these stories of the Ark of the Covenant or if you look at of course the the classic film Raiders of the Lost Ark. You see great depictions of this general fact that the Ark of the Covenant is considered a dangerous item in the stories about it it is it is a thing that that manifest the presence in the voice of God and and therefore there are a lot of dangers associated with misuse. Even even touching it will even even well meaning touching the idea here is that USA wasn't I'm trying to do a blasphemy to the Ark. He just reached out to keep it from falling over because the oxen were getting old tip around and so the arc might have fallen on the ground. He reached to steady it and that was enough. That got him struck dead so anyway. I think as with the stories that we discussed last time the most fruitful way of understanding ending these stories is that they are legendary narratives not based on actual events but rather to communicate values by telling a story in this case. I think one one of the values that primary here is that the commands of the Lord or to be taken very seriously and that even deviating from God's commands in an accidental or well-meaning meaning way can be met with extremely harsh consequences like Aaron sons. They screw up the rights of the Tabernacle by offering alien fire. They burn something in the Sensor in away. They weren't supposed to and they get burned up themselves. Ouza touches the arc even meaning well just to prevent it from falling over and he it's blasted dead. I think the lesson is pretty clear. Clear right yeah. It's like it's basic dragons lesson as well. Yeah there is a high level magical item in your presence and don't touch it. Don't don't don't don't do anything anything until you've at least cast a few provisional spells to see what's happening right is be very careful with the commands of God. Do do everything you're told. But in the last episode we discussed the concept of this historical Herman Indyk. We're calling bronze punk the desire to of modern interpreters with with a little knowledge about science and technology under their belt to look back at legends. Like this assume that maybe they're based on some kind of actual event whether indirectly or in some exaggerated form and instead of assuming a magical explanation for the event behind the story postulates some kind of lost world of advanced. It's technology hidden in the dust. Storms of history. which again is of course risky because this is the place where history and mythology can converge right? So it's difficult Michael to really lean too heavily on anything that is described in these stories but at the same time. We can't help but do it. The great example from the last episode was was looking at the The plague of mice and tumors are Murad in trying to figure out. Well is this play. Is that what it is that what's being described here. That's one of the ways in which the the bronze punk While not usually a good method of explaining the origins of these legendary tales and myths it does open up some interesting things to consider about the ancient world. Like one of the things we talked about in the last episode was okay. It probably does not make sense to say that the legends ends of the ARC are caused by actually being some ancient bio weapon. But could there have been by weapons in the ancient world. was there germ warfare fair before people had a germ theory of disease and we decided you know it does seem like it's possible that that happened. And there's even some evidence of specific cases where it looks like it happened. Maybe maybe not in this case and for our purposes here on the show. It's also a just a great excuse to talk about some of these things in at the end of the episode at the end of this episode is well. We're probably going to say you know. I don't think we should really put a lot of faith in this particular idea but it does force us to ask questions about about the the inner workings the world in ancient times applying. What we know about science today and sort of unwrapping it through an analysis of the past will? There's an interesting question that's GonNa come out of today's this episode about what causes major breakthroughs in the progress of science in history. So we'll get back to that toward the end of the episode so last time we talked about the idea could have been a weapon of germ warfare. That's unlikely but it is fun to consider We talked about the pretty much impossible idea that it was. A bearer of some sort of radiation hazard underwrites has been popular with people like Eric Von Daniken and I don't know about him specifically some of those ancient alien anytime where you're like. Oh there's some sort of crazy piece of technology it's a nuclear earlier reactor or something And then we've talked about the psychology of artifacts like the ARC being a focal point for worship and how that affects the altered states of consciousness. The mind and and so forth but today we wanted to explore another very strange bronze punk rabbit trail that many many authors have taken over the years to explain stories like errands two to sons in the story of USA These people who are struck dead in the presence of the Ark and that is the idea of the electric arc. Yes this is. This is a pretty fabulous notion because it doesn't really it doesn't depend on aliens it doesn't depend on in a You know alternative view of the evolution of consciousness. Sir Anything it basically just depends basically ask questions about like what were the. What was the knowledge of electricity at the time? And what were the Capabilities and material capabilities in many cases to construct a primitive device. I would like to read with some abridgement from an article. Kohl published in the Chicago Daily Tribune March Fifth Nineteen thirty three by the Reverend John. Evans called scientists. Says sacred box was condenser Robert. Will you help me read some sections from this certainly. Would you like to take the beginning here I shall. It was a charge of some ten thousand volts of static electricity and not the wrath of God that killed when he touched the Ark of the covenant. Such at least. The scientific conjecture of Dean Frederick Rodgers offers of the Department of Engineering Lewis Institute of Technology concerning the mysterious powers of the ARC which was not only an object of reverence to the Israelites but also also a troublesome possession right so the article goes on to tell the story of Ouza as we told before the are goes unsteady oxen are about to knock it over he he touches it he gets struck. Dead and Evans writes quote. Professor Rogers made a study of the construction of the ARC and discovered its design called for a perfectly constructed simple electric condenser or light in jar and then the article also goes on to tell the story of the construction of the Ark of the Covenant when we talked about that in the last episode but basically design specifications are. It's a big wooden box with gold on the inside and the outside and I just any would ship them would right right. Yeah it's Which I believe is supposed to be the ACACIA tree? ACACIA would They called it should him would. And it's got gold on the inside gold on the outside and then these gold old Representative figures of Cherub on the top. So going back to the article. The scientific interest in the construction pointed out by professor. Rogers was the the Acacia wood box about forty inches long and slightly less than thirty inches in width and depth. Not only was lined with gold leaf on the inside but overlaid with the same metal. It'll without this. According to Professor Rogers is the first step that any modern boy with a flair for electrical experimentation will take to create a Leyden Jar car and girls. Don't be discouraged there. You can create Leyden jars to also I. I never created a light. Anjar did no potato battery and that's about as far as I went towards awards creating the ARC. I never even made a potato battery. Oh but I should also say boys and girls alike if you are actually constructing a light in your do some with With proper safety precautions and adult supervision. Because they can actually be dangerous depending on their capacity but anyway moving on except that in a Leyden jar a glass receptacle is coated on the inside in the outside with tin foil instead of gold then with the aid of a rod a small knob at the top and a short chain at the bottom which is inserted through the court so that the chain make contact with the bottom of the jar. A young experimenter is ready to collect small charges of bottle. The lightning robber. Would you like to take takeover in the section subtitled a condenser of electricity. But the Ark of the covenant was a much larger condenser and thought by Professor Rogers to have been capable of collecting death-dealing breath dealing charges that divine directions called for the creation of two chairman of pure gold to be placed on gold slab or mercy seat atop the ARC. These chair them. Professor Rogers explained what he believes to have been the positive pole of the circuit similar to the knob on the top of the light in jar when he was was asked how the static charge of electricity got into the Ark. Professor Rogers admitted that there was very little accepted authority among scientists concerning the action and control all of atmospheric electricity. He explained however that it is known among physicists that a difference of potential exists between the earth in the air which may be collected in electrical trickle charges under certain favorable conditions the design of the arc at least as described in exodus undoubtedly. I love this of people writing about these these kinds of harebrained interpretations. Clearly there's no room for Discussion here that's what it was. Yeah so The article goes on to state. That Rogers believes believes the ARC could have been electrically charged by air currents created by smoke from the burning of incense and sacrifices which the Bible says often happened close is to the Ark. He also says this could charge the light arc enough to allow it to deal Fadel Bolts of electricity and he cites a Hebrew commentary tradition that states that quote the wings of the Golden Cherub not only limited fire but also an ARA known among electricity as brush glow the fire emitted by the Sheridan. MM could've been well known. Electrical arc resulting from overcharge professor Rogers believes that a number of accounts of destruction attributed by the Scriptures to the ARC might be explained. Blaine is being results of purely natural phenomena and he he gives some examples the like we talked about last time the destruction of the Philistine idol of dig on a divinity supposed to be half fish and half man and just a side note apparently that Association of the Canaanite God dig on with fish. I think that is supposed to be economic origin meaning that the the ancient Hebrews related the name of this God to the Hebrew word for fish the original Philistine interesting day gone appears to be more likely some kind of grain and fertility gods. Sorry lovecraft fan disappointment. Because of course is a part of the the lovecraft mythos host and It's one of those cool God's where you read about it there then you read about in the Bible and if you like I was if you were a high schooler who sued suddenly discovered lovecraft and then found one of these deities in the Bible as well. It was pretty awesome moment. Oh I can't help but think of the creatures of the sea is the children of Day Gone I. I'm always going to go there even knowing what I know now that he probably wasn't actually fish cod right but at the same time we do have a lot of. We've discussed some tremendous ancient fish. God's on the show before right But anyway the they tell the story in the article of this Philistine idle repeatedly getting knocked over or off of the ARC and Roger says quote if the idol had been constructed out of some poorer meddle in combination with would an electrical charge. Far Below the capacity of the ARC would have been enough to have accomplished the destruction. So I think they're saying that the art could have knocked over the the idol just by discharging electricity. I'm I'm not sure about that but okay. Yeah I I'M GONNA I try to include some art that I found on the landing page for this episode of stuff to blow your mind calm. Because there are a number of wonderful depictions like glowing arc and toppled a statue of the deity. Day Gone sometimes with a fish tale that of course is now broken because it fell over and and of course this is This kind of thing was was also referenced. In Raiders of the lost Ark again that scene where the Ark of the Covenant Burns through the Swastika. Yeah on the crate that contains it. Yeah like Like destroying another false idol. Yeah so to continue. We're getting close to the end of this article. But there's some other good stuff here so evans talks about how all all these kinds of miracles can be attributed to electricity and he talks about the tendency of people to attribute processes. They don't understand to divine intervention and and then he says thus if Moses accidentally stumbled upon the principle of the Leyden jar the device would instantly be accepted as the conveying medium of divine favor or disfavor. Sons again like a little bit too much certainty in this interpretation here but The author tells a bunch more stories of the Ark and then also points out that the Ark of the Covenant was not the only arc given sacred significance in the ancient world and he discusses ancient Egyptian. Arc's speculating that Moses could have learned about the creation of electrical arcs From the Egyptians when he was growing up in the Pharaoh's court again. That's that's a nice story but I think once again the problem is just that it's taking the biblical local source at face value. And what's more likely. Is that the biography of Moses legend but But yeah there he does point out that there are other arc like things in other other cultures around the ancient Near Eastern and the Egyptian author. Great example right but then again we have to come back to the simpler explanation and that an arc like thing is a box yeah and and therefore yes. The technology box making was very much in effect at the time right and so finally Robert you read this very last paragraph here and certainly well no historian would engage in such speculation yet. It is the right right of any man too fancy that it was in Egypt that the properties of the gold coated box were discovered by some hapless craftsman. He paid for his discovery with his life. But gave his kinsman a home for new and powerful. God Okay So. They've got a theory here. Some Egyptian craftsmen accidentally discovered how to build the Leyden Jar by building boxes and covering them with gold. And then that information was transmitted to Moses and then Moses carried the secret of how to build a Leyden Leyden Jar and that became the Ark of the covenant and thus it gives us all these stories of like people touching it and getting struck dead now. I think it would be ridiculous to say that if the arc actually existed pursuing something like it may have if it existed that it was best explained in these terms But while I don't think we need to resort to to this to explain the arc legend I don't find it implausible at all that someone in the ancient world in the ancient Mediterranean could have at some point accidentally accidentally created a capacitor. which is what a Leyden Jar is and that it could have injured or killed people and that is a really interesting thing to consider right right because not I mean not? Only of course. The accident creation of such a thing. But then the recreation such thing utilization of such a thing either as a essentially a tool of the nation uh-huh what's going to happen when I touch it like a fatal shock is a no not denying is yes that sort of thing which which a lot of ancient practices of religion and even modern practices or religion. Really boil down to that. Give me something to provide an answer for some question. I have or provide some sort of a random mansor to something That I am incapable of generating my own random answer too. Yeah and again. I think it's not hard to believe that someone could have accidentally discovered word how to build something like this Again like the discovery of the actual Leyden Jar was also accidental somewhat and frightening someone maybe we should explore that after a break. Can the weather predict to you. That's a good question. The kind lexus answers by looking at people ever notice that sometimes your cold and the next minute you're hot that's because the body's temperature is always fluctuating. And it's your brain that tells the body to constantly adjust for optimal temperature. So what if the inside of Alexis could adjust just to you like that using sixteen infrared sensors to measure your body. 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Those are variations on the same name. Or if that's a Discrepancy I dunno but either way whatever his middle name was fun Kleist was performing experiments with an electrostatic generator. At the time time this would have been something like the Spinning Globe Generator of Francis House. be or Benjamin Franklin which was essentially like a glass fear that you would rotate tate rapidly against a wool cloth by turning a crank charging the sphere by friction essentially gathering up electrons from the cloth. Now once this principle had been demonstrated a lots of people were messing around with them. In von Kleist had a glass medicine bottle that was filled with liquid this water alcohol with a cork top and a nail driven through the cork poking down into the liquid inside and while he was doing his experiments fun Kleist leist held the outside of the bottle with his hand and he touched the nail to the generator. That was the you know the the friction generator and after charging the inside of the bottle he found that when he held the bottle with one hand and touch the nail with his other hand. He received a shock why because he just used his body to complete a circuit and thus the spark the shock yes and then there's another guy Around the same time Peter Van Moose Brook of Light in Holland who discovered the same team principal the following year which is where the Leyden jar gets. Its name. It's it's spelled like L. E. Y. D. E. N.. But I think Leiden Holland is with like the zone saying in light and I've heard people say late and I read it in my mind is laden for years and years. I may have said late in the past whichever way it is. I'm going to be saying Liden. If you don't like that you can email and complain so Von Masin Breck was able to charge up a glass jar full of water with a metal rod. I plunging inside it and he also discovered that when you touch the rod while holding the outside of the jar you got this terrific shock so the principle here is the one of creating this the electrical potential difference. You know by charging it up in this way and having the insulator of the glass there between the inside and the outside you're creating this difference potential angel where one side is positively charged. One side is negatively charged. And they desperately want to equalize and whenever you complete circuit they will equalize. And if you are the thing that completes that circuit that equalization can be unpleasant for. You can be bad for your body. Now let's talk about how unpleasant because We experienced static shock all the time especially in the winter winner in modern world my son and when we go to a playground we always do this thing called electric high five where there's static. Electricity is generated when he goes down the slide because of friction I wait at the bottom and he gives me a high five and sometimes there is an alarming shock. To like. It's it's it's pretty intense but it's fun right right. It's not something that I would attribute to the to the wrath of an ancient God when he goes down that slide he's becoming an electrostatic generator. and You you're the you're the ground terminal so yeah the the question though is could that high five be dangerous or fatal. You Bet had actually will not on the slide but given given how much charge you could store up prevent various circumstances yet. It's entirely possible. Vince and Brooke reportedly orderly said I would not take a second shock for the Kingdom of France and Benjamin Franklin. We've talked about this on the show. Before but the yield American hero Benjamin and Franklin hanging out in Philadelphia loved experimenting with Leyden Jars. He began to get More power chaining them together in a circuit so that their combined capacity could be discharged all at the same time giving even more power and Franklin kind of turned into a mad scientist. In this regard he became temporarily enthralled thrilled with the idea of using the powerful shock from this parade of jars to deal a lethal shocks to animals and he compared this row of Leyden jars all strung together to a battery of cannons or military artillery. Giving us the term we still use today for a slightly different form of storage for electrical potential Angela. The battery is like A. It's a battery in seventeen forties. Benjamin Franklin told a friend of his that he had figured out that the discharge of to Leyden Jars was quote sufficient to kill common Hinz outright said that since the electric shock killed so quickly might become a more humane way of slaughter slaughter for butchers. So that the birds they butchered suffered less than he proposed that a butcher could kill a Turkey by stringing together six Leyden Jars into a battery three and then tied the chain which was one terminal around the Turkey legs and then lift Turkey so that its head touched the other terminal whether or not this was actually more humane. Remain as a method of butchery. It probably wasn't the safest method for butchers us because when Franklin himself was trying to perform experiments like this there was a time. I'm he wanted to have a Turkey barbecue where he was trying to kill Turkey's with Leyden Jars He ended up accidentally shocking himself horribly and he was like knocked back and he felt bruised for days he and he explicitly said that he was afraid. That a blow like that could easily kill a man. Yeah I mean Benjamin Franklin here is really sounding like a man who is never observed who's never watched someone who knows what they're doing. Kill a chicken or a duck right because generally it is just A. I've seen unlike food documentaries where you see like a loving caring duck farmer just You know one second holding the duck and then it's like just a quick turn. Twist of the wrist. I may have run its neck. And it's dead. Yes far better than risking your own death. And he's like burning the house down in the process and then it didn't even always work because he it's always trying to instantly and humanely killed Turkeys this way but he would like knock them unconscious and sometimes they'd come back they'd be kind of losing Just sounds horrible. What what are you doing been but anyway so eventually people figured out that there are multiple ways of constructing a Leyden Jar? You can make one with a simple conductive foil on the inside and the outside of a glass jar or you can make one with water on the inside in the eighteenth century became common to cram the inside of the jar with Gold Leaf. And they're just a bunch of ways to do it but essentially what you need is a thin layer of what's known as a die electric which is an insulating non-conductive material like glass with the way of charging up the potential difference between the conductors on each side of that dialectic layer. You've got the negative charge on the inside and the positive charge on the outside and so back to the idea of of our friend professor Frederic Rogers he was saying okay. That's how the ARC is working right. You've got dial electric which is would and then you've got the gold layering the gold plating on the inside on the outside and those are forming the conductive foils like in a Leyden Jar. All you really need is a way of charging up the inside and having that Potential difference and it's very possible that you have a a lethal electrostatic discharge machine capable capable of killing people who touch it the wrong way now. Our friend Professor Frederic Rogers D- Oh I just realized he's Fred Rogers. This is Mr Rogers off off with. It's a beautiful day in the neighborhood a beautiful day for electrocution so Mr Rogers wasn't the first person to propose. The Ark was a capacitor. Acid or a Leyden jar actually found earlier evidence of different versions of this theory including one from one of my favorite discourse communities of all time late nineteenth century Americans spiritualism of you remember our old friend John Murray Spear of course yes yeah the spiritualist agitator for the spirit land wielding that tremendous contraption that was going to radio for speaking to God yes essentially I mean it was very complicated. His the energy about that but John Murray Spear was a spiritualist list who thought he was getting messages from the spirits of the dead telling him how to build an Electro Mechanical Messiah called the New Motor. which would be a a channel for the new motive power which was God's energy poured into the universe through the lens of the Sun which would be enlightening and would cause wisdom and an the new human that would be created by essentially what this machine was was like a coffee table with? Like a bunch of metal stuff on top of I remember looking at illustrations of this and it was no arc. That's for certain. I remember exactly what you said about it. which is that you said? It looks like a coffee table mated with DOLAC. Yeah yeah that's pretty much. It looks like no chair of him. But anyway I I think we should explore some spiritualist Lebron's punk so I wasn't able to find an original version of this article article but I wanNA talk about an article it's reproduced in a book by The spiritualist author Moses Hull Whole quotes the entirety of this article which was published sometime in the eighteen nineties spiritualist periodical called the progressive thinker which has a great little subtitle it's science supplemented by an Exalted Morality? The Bible of the future and so you've got all these strange currents in nineteenth century American spiritualism which as in this case often featured I would like a combination of belief in the existence of spirits and our ability to receive communications from them but then also like progressive politics often abolition of Slavery Savory Women's suffrage that kind of thing A kind of futuristic embrace of scientific and technological progress skepticism about some traditional doctrines actress religion while still embracing others given all this kind of stuff. It's not surprising to me that spiritualist authors would be embracing an electrical theory of the ARC. Legend they sometimes had this sort of rationalism supernatural ism hybrid the made them Wanna read the Bible as in some ways literally true in other ways. He's like revealing hints of Technologies. That we would later discover maybe through the revelations of spirits like remember John. Murray Spear is believed that he was getting messages from the Association of Electrons Irs. Who are these people like Benjamin Franklin and all these Ed people who were giving him technological messages from beyond the grave but anyway? Let's let's look at this article from the Progressive Thinker. So the the author of this article says there is nothing new on the face of the earth and there is no doubt that electricity was well known to the Israelites and probably to the Phoenicians again. No doubt why why is it always no doubt and certainty. Yeah we'll we'll we'll come back to that particular question because on one hand yes and there was some knowledge of electricity but was working. I don't know if we know that it was known to the Israelites. Yeah because I mean I have to admit I don't really know what the what the wetter weather patterns are necessarily like in the Middle East like what extent lightning is observed but the observation of lightning would be one slight level of knowledge of electricity. Okay not necessarily I mean not a working knowledge of you you can look at a at a lightning storm warm. You'll be impressed by it. And no idea what it is sure given a broad definition a And they're certainly what the Greeks new which we will get to a little bit so so the author explains the story of the construction of the ARC. points out that the special type of wood that was that was used to build the Ark. They say quote was this choice accidental. The dental on account of the great value of the resonance would or was it in the choice of the best known non conductor among the great number of various timbers. I I don't know if that is correct. I sort of doubt that premise but You know who knows I was wondering would good insulator and I looked this up. It basically depends on factors about the wood itself such as the type of wood and the moisture content. So of course the author points out correctly that it is said that the inside and outside side of the arc were covered in beaten gold and this is a good conductor of electricity. It is true that gold is a good conductor of electricity quote. So much is certain that if Edison Tesla had lived in those days they could not have improved upon the choice of material and the result was a powerful Leyden Jar. I think they actually could have improved. On for instance silver is an even better conductor than gold also Seraphim a higher rank of angel. They could go about from chairman. ooh Touche so the author of also claims that the ark was charged by the smoke of burnt offerings. which is the same thing? Roger said The author says that after Moses died others improved upon the design of the electrical arc by placing it in temple surrounded by one hundred and fifty foot poles covered in gold to charge the ARC with electrical storms. And then we get it to my favorite part which is that the author says that He essentially implies that Erin in the Bible stories used the ARC as a murder weapon. Robert would you like to to read this passage of got here certainly and we'll just pretend that we threw in the law and order sound effect. Right here maybe we can do that. I don't know we'll see any coroner's jury of today if it were to sit on an inquest over the bodies of errands sons would at once bring a verdict of death by discharge largest electric. Aaron knew this power and to make it effective all he had to do to deal. Death from this apparatus was to remove the costly costly camel's hair carpet which are almost perfect non conductors of electricity and make the call the culprit stand on Terra Firma. Death would result instantly lead by fire breaking out and leave no wounds burns to account for his death that several members of revolting tribes of Israel lights were thus electrocuted is also a matter of record in the Bible I wouldn't call them revolting nece. That seems a little harsh. Oh he means a rebellious but yes that is a again matter. Record is just a certainty. What is with this one? I mean there's probably a lot to unpack their internal. We haven't packed. This is to certain extent for instance looking at the The great flood and the idea of a biblical great flood and its effect on the study of geology. For so long yeah the the biblical record as it was Certainly influenced Even scientific understanding of the world for for quite a while well. I just think it's so interesting that you've got this weird hybrid approach of looking at the Bible here where the person is saying. I'M GONNA question and interrogate the source of this power. But I'm going to absolutely take the story at face value except where it sort of doesn't really match what I'm saying but also I'm GonNa Take God completely out of the equation with the device device but I'm also going to treat the text this This translated taxed as if it is a complete historical records. As if it's just a security Cherney cam footage of the Ark of the covenant. Yeah that is exactly what I was. Maybe inarticulate trying to say and then they in the article by saying Franklin the Electric Chair in the state eight of New York and the discovery of the light jar itself in Leiden. Germany are all back numbers. History repeats itself whether recorded or not. And then here's A. Here's an even crazier one. It seems that none other than Nikola. Tesla toyed with this idea as well now in a one thousand nine fifteen essay called the wonder world to be created. I'd buy electricity. Tesla wrote the superstitious belief of the ancients if it existed at all can therefore not be taken as a reliable proof of their ignorance but just how much they knew about. Electricity can only be conjectured. A curious fact. Is that the ray or torpedo. Fish was used by them in electrotherapy. Some old coins show twins stars or sparks such as might be produced by a galvanic battery the records those scanty are of a nature to fill us us with conviction that a few initiated at least had a deeper knowledge of amber phenomena to mention one Moses was undoubtedly a practical and skillful electricity in far in advance of his time undoubtedly the Bible describes precisely and minutely arrangements constituting a machine in which electricity he was generated by friction of Air Against Silk Curtains and stored in a box constructed like a condenser. It is very plausible to assume that the sons of Erin were killed by high-tension discharge and that the vestal fires of the Romans were electrical the belt drive must have been known to engineers of of that epoch and it is difficult to see how the abundant evolution of static electricity could have escaped the notice. The words of Nikola Tesla. I had no idea that he ever commented on. This again is certainly the undoubtedly and then more recently of course the idea of the electric arc as I think we've mentioned this at the beginning. If not you will not be surprised is to learn that it seems popular with people operating in the ancient alien. Cinematic Universe course Eric von Daniken claim this while also claiming that it was as part of his whole the ancient alien technology thing alien gift Motif. I think he said that it was like a radio. Somebody said that it was a nuclear reactor. I know Rial the the founder of the Raelians had some idea that it was a nuclear reactor or something like that but to what end. What good does it do to have a nuclear reactor trotted about about The desert. I'm not sure that it does because really the whole point. What makes this subject actually interesting? Is that building a form of a capacitor. Sir Is technically possible for the ancients without supposing any kind of alien nonsense or intervention true and then ultimately the use of it as religious technology analogy is also reasonable as well. We've discussed religious technology in the show before in the way that various religions Throughout history have used some sort of new technology as ritual all right. Let's take one more quick break when we come back we'll finish up our discussion ever been knocked down. Suffered a setback fired left out. It happens happens. It happens a Mike. Bloomberg middle class kid worked his way through college. Got A job started a family boom fired at thirty nine. What did Mike Do? We're live us. Do we got back up. Go back in. He had an idea designer. Lou Computer able to crunch data and process information in a unique way he built. Did he sold it. He built more he sold more. He built a team he built a company created. Twenty thousand jobs. Bloomberg is a doer. This is Michael Douglas Douglass. I've played a president and movies. This is real world. This is our World Mike. Bloomberg has what it takes to win unite the country find some common men ground between Democrats and Republicans and then lead the way a leadership. Mike will get it done. I'm Mike Bloomberg candidate from President. And we're back so they're all these ideas people have had as we've been talking about the Ark of the covenant as a capacitor some form of of electrical device and while. I think you don't need to go to these bronze punk explanations to explain the origin of these legends. It is really interesting interesting to think about the idea. And the possibilities for electrical technology in the ancient world. Now there isn't really much or any evidence of electrical old technology in the ancient world but there is some indication that there were the beginnings of understanding of electricity in the ancient world. Yeah I mean there a again obviously aspects of our little world that are unmistakable. Lightning is probably the strongest clearest overt sign of electricity in our world but of course is nearly observing. Lightning is a far cry from having a decent understanding of what it is right likewise certain circumstances can cause us to produce our own electrostatic discharge and the ancient Greeks news about some of this. They knew about the Triple Electric Affect for instance this occurs when materials become electrically charged. After they they come into frictional contact with the different material this is the the concept behind the electrostatic generator generate again. Reva Balloon. On someone's hair and you can witness this holy early power Do the electric high five with a six year old. You can also feel the the the the divine spark they may not have had our level of advanced playground ground equipment in Asia. But they've probably had some stuff you could rub your butt on that would give you static discharge because there's a whole list of materials that can under the right. Circumstances is produce this effect on the positive charge side of things The list includes human skin hair leather rabbit for cat fur and we'll think think of all those electric cats in ancient Egypt and then on the other side of the equation you have would Gold balloons and of course amber we alluded alluded to the fact earlier in one of the quotes The believe you're reading. Yeah ambers a big a big issue here yeah. The ancient Greek certainly knew about the amber camber wool combination. They lease of mellitus reported on this. He was a mathematician and astronomer from the Greek city of Mellitus in a which is modern day Turkey and he lived from six twenty four through five forty six? He discovered that static electricity could be generated by rubbing for on a piece of amber in the Greeks noted that the this through charged amber buttons As well especially Because these could attract light objects such just hair and I think this is. This is key to thinking about what ancient peoples knew about. Electricity is the materials they used and sort of the everyday circumstances dances in which they would through continual usage have the encountered the chance of creating that spark. Yeah and it's still there in the language we use to discuss thus electricity today like the word electron trysofi comes from the Greek word. Electron which means amber. Yeah so you know. Some level of understanding regarding regarding static discharge as a property of material interaction in the ancient world even three thousand B C is certainly not crazy it would seem just a natural result of again of working working with those materials of human invention in toolmaking exactly. Yeah so the principles of friction generators for electricity much. Like Franklin's and Hawks B.'s friction action generators had it had basically already been discovered in ancient times and didn't require any modern materials or technology to produce. And then you've also come you compound that with the rest of our discussion. which makes it seem that while these stories of the ARC Probably have nothing to do with this. The storage of electricity in some kind indiv- crude capacitor could also have been managed in the ancient world via basic types of Leyden Jars. You've got a dialect trick insulator and you've got some kind of like gold or something thing on either side of it might have even been built by accident at some point. This also doesn't require any kind of great crazy bronze punk Sifi so this kind of leads us to a big question. If the ancients had pretty much all they needed to generate and store electricity. At least in the crudest sense uh-huh why didn't they harness these earlier. Why didn't this lead them to perform the step up? In the next experiments in the next experiments like it did in say say the Eighteenth Century That would lead to the subsequent development of electrically based technologies in the ancient world. What by the time of the Roman Empire the world had electric power? How different would the world be? Well that is at once a tantalizing question and a frightening question knowing knowing knowing what inevitably occurs with humans. Make new technological breakthroughs. I don't know that I would have trusted the Romans with electricity. I Oh oh God I scarcely trust Any Modern Day cultures with electricity. Well as Carl Sagan said humanity has become powerful before humanity has become wise and this is true. Even today I'd say I venture. We were even less wise from the times of the Romans or at least the Roman empire was less wise. How many chickens would would have been fried by By by by Roman. Benjamin Franklin's at the time one can only imagine yes so there must be some kind of answer to this question question like if it's not like there's some kind of magical ingredient they did not possess that would not allow them to start this chain of research to gain power over the electrical trickle world. I have to guess that the main impediment the maybe there's something I'm not thinking of here. I think the main impediment is just like they didn't have the proper ecosystem. Oh system of scientific investigation like all these different people in different places doing their independent experiments and then all coming together to compare notes. This reminds me of the discussion that we had for our new show our new podcast. That is launching. I believe next week. Invention podcast all about inventions nations. Where they come from and talking about the X.? Ray I believe and we were talking about okay. You have the materials and the parts that were necessary to create the X. Ray the understanding Limited as it was at the time to create this machine and yet there were a few decades there before somebody somebody actually really did before they really cracked the mystery of what was going on and kind of like the Leyden Jar. The discovery was partially an accident. I mean somebody was The the discoverer of the X ray machine was messing around with with electrical equipment so it wasn't like they were just like cleaning their garage and they over the x three machine but they weren't setting out to discover a way to look inside the body right and part of it too was like was also very literally. Where were they looking in there when they are creating some sort of an effect Lou? What are they trying to understand it and so I think there might be an answer there if and again? We're making a few different leaps here but if assuming for a second that the Ark of the covenant was indeed a light in jar and And then this was an electrostatic discharge. That people were observing and experiencing. What were they observing? How were they trying to observe it in? What were they looking for? What answers were they looking for in playing with this technology Balaji well one of the things that the people who are doing this kind of like pseudo history about the arc do is they say well? Okay clearly Aaron started using the ARC orcas murder weapon they were using it as a weapon of war or something like that. I would tend to think if they'd actually were the case that there was an arc and the Ark was actually actually allied and dry again. I am not at all saying I think this is likely but just suppose I would think the most likely used for it would be a piece of religious technology. The purpose purpose of it is to demonstrate some sort of supernatural power by letting off this discharge or whatever it is indication that something you don't understand and that is powerful in his unexplained is happening in this gives you a kind of peek behind the curtain of reality and you can see the powers that lie beyond and really that would be the the most powerful application of the technology at the time because no matter what the stories are about the ARC. You wouldn't be able to bring down the walls of Jericho with this thing. You wouldn't be able to stop the flow of the River Jordan. Maybe you could murder your nephew baby. But that's kind of small potatoes compared to giving yourself awesome some powerful force that not only was able to help like shore up your religion but also convince those needed convincing that you were privy to the divine divine word of God through this device in fact think about the primary ways that Leyden Jars were used. When I started making them they became like a parlor game? Yes it was entertainment. In in fact it was almost a form of religious technology. There would be these stories of people they get a bunch of Leyden jars together. Either or I don't know about a bunch maybe just one. They'd have some kind of capacitor and then they would get a bunch of monks to hold hands and then they'd shock them all at the same time in the chain so they all felt it at once. It was almost like a strange ritual. Yeah you get into the the power of the performance right and it's part of religion it's part of entertainment. It's just a part of the human. I'm an experience is primarily useful. Not For work it would do in the material world before the work it would do on the minds of the people taking part in and observing. Here's here's performance of. Yeah all right so there you have it. I hope everyone leaves these episodes. Maybe a little more interested in a little more enthralled by the ARC because ultimately we can't explain what it actually was. It was a thing I mean just again. This is the place where history and mythology converge. Yeah but I do love it as a jumping jumping off point. It's almost like it's the waystation to all these strange bronze punk planet's you can visit our revealing once you start thinking about them indeed and we would. I love to hear everyone. Else's thoughts on the Ark people who learned about it from raiders of the lost Ark First of all and in from people who learned about it in a a history class Bible class or whatever kind of religious study they were involved in for. Perhaps you have a particular favorite theory. Perhaps you have your own own brand new theory that we haven't thought of maybe it contained a giant squid. I don't know I will leave it to you to provide us with those theories. But in the meantime be you should check out stuff to blow your mind dot com. 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#117 - Reclaiming The Shadow - with Tracy Lawrence (re-release)

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#117 - Reclaiming The Shadow - with Tracy Lawrence (re-release)

"That's right you have to let it out to play the anger the frustration the the the the the frazier with the world as it is and how it's not on what he wanted to be. That power is an awesome power the power so many entrepreneurs why the hell do you guys work so hard if not ought to change the world from what it is into something you'd like it to be and sometimes in that power you're gonNA tapping to what other people what you yourself may label as a negative force it's only negative when you're operating from a place disconnection I'm from your true feelings. There's a power those rough edges. There's a power in the conflict. If you have an organization organization that is truly built around love. That even conflict is acceptable because the totality body of everybody's acceptable. Now how someone handles. The conflict is a really important thing. So I'm angry. Three is very different than me. Annihilating everybody around. Welcome to the reboot. PODCAST ask we're so glad you're here in the shadow. Is Everything about ourselves that we do not know or refused to both dark and light. It is the sum total of the positive in negative traits feelings. Beliefs potentials were refused to identify as our own. The shadow is that that part of us that is incompatible with who we think we are or are supposed to be David Rico. People will often ask ask. How is the PODCAST? Doing I know what they're asking. They want to know the data they wanNA know the numbers. How many downloads? How many reviews but I answer this question? Listen a little bit differently. I said yes. It's doing great but not because of the numbers but because of the impact nothing is more rewarding nothing more moving than hearing from our listeners. On how the show has helped them. What's even more rewarding getting to know some of the listeners following their growth in ultimate having them come back and share their story with you? We are very fortunate to have just that for today's conversation. Tracy Lawrence originally reached out talk about a year ago about the podcast. She said gave her permission as an entrepreneur permission to feel feel the ups and the downs kickstarted her relationship with reboot and we have been fortunate to support her on this powerful journey of self discovery and authentic leadership. We are so so thrilled in grateful to have her. On the show Jerry Tracing Jerry talk about authenticity leading from the heart and on the power of embracing the loss in disowned zone. Parts of ourselves for Tracy is not only about being there for the little girl who was bullied in middle school but also about owning her own. Inner bully reclaiming reclaim that part of herself. Not only impact to approach to the latest company experiment but it also might affect her own leadership and bring her and her company company. Deeper into Alignment Review Year is our invitation for you to pause in honor the transition into the new year the simple yet powerful free five day course will guide you through the annual transition with grace and open you to the promise and hope the year ahead the course unfolds olds through daily emails each cone to consider an guided journaling. Practice handcrafted by the reboot team each practice takes less than twenty minutes complete. We'll hope you enjoy this course so much. They'll make it part of your annual practice and even share with teammates colleagues. Learn how to review your twenty twenty reboot dot com. Hey Tracy how are you great. How are you? That's good. That's good. I'm great and I'm super excited to be talking to you again Before we tell a little bit of a history of how we've gotten to know each each other Why don't you just take ten seconds or so? Tell us who you are. Oh Man who am I. Sit Great Question so the full coaching session. So I am. I'm twenty six years old. I'm here in San Francisco and founder of a start up called shoes and we are an on demand food startup and our basic goal. Is We defeat officers their meals and And we work with we partner with great restaurants mobile restaurants in the city and we take care of the delivery and the logistics of of sending them to great companies that we support that. That's great thank you and it's always nice to sort of land people as you know. Who is this person? I'm working the you know the to jump back for a moment. I'm excited to see you again. I you know Tracy I guess I contacted me. Because of the PODCASTS. Yeah that's right and and And we started having dialogue back and forth. I encourage you to come to the boot camp. Did you blew us all away in the boot camp with your depth and your soul and your leadership and your authenticity and your capability and So when you agree to come on the show ours is super excited to make that happen. I'm I'm both excited and also little nervous These sessions can be really powerful and I have no idea what's going to happen but I found that this show helped me unlock a big part of myself. So I'm excited to share and see what happens and and you know I I. I'm glad you name that you know A lot of podcasts are sort of more in my view are kind of in their head in in the head and part of of why we really try to have real deep conversations that I think that people being able to listen to that conversation. They're helped by that. It's sort of normalizes the experience that we all have. You're nodding your heads. Imagine you're in agreement yes I ah I think listening to the podcast gave me permission and great permission to just feel the things that I feel and and especially as a founder based in San Francisco you hear a lot of stories of of greatness and you don't hear the stories of struggle and and so I thought that I was only allowed to feel lateness And that struggle was something that you don't talk about and so one of the things that I brought to the boot Luke camp was that I had treated myself like software for for the PAT since I started the company. You know you give me an implant. I will do it without emotion and I will get it done and I will execute but it caused me to cut off a lot of myself. And that's it's really hard to know. I'm remembering the wish that you had to remember that. Wish the wish to not be software anymore. Yeah Yeah See I. I was thinking positive of sense is the wish to be you. Yes that's true. Yeah and here you are. This is incredible human. I'm human again along with that. So with that my my dear human friend. I know that you thought it might be helpful to talk through one particular thing that's going on for. Choose right now and once you give us a little bit of background on what's happening with with With the company and what you want to talk to yeah so we recently raised our series Or were with in an incredible investor on a foundry groups. And and so one of the things that we've that we've implemented now that we have a little bit of space is is open compensation And and a salary options formula. And it's it's funny because it is the most it feels like the most vulnerable thing. I have have done all year and in some ways. Yes you know. The boot camp is a very safe-space And not to say that my company isn't but you know I'm here. I I am setting compensation and opening that up then. These czar people's People's lives and their livelihood. And you hear a lot of people on the podcast where you have to reach about failure. That you're not going to go hungry while here. I am nervous about how people perceive you know other people salaries because it's directly related to that question. Yeah and so the issue is that you've adopted this policy of being open about who's making what who compensated Way What options shows are available in that sort of thing that am I understanding that right. Yeah you know the we so the reason that we started this Let's let's start. There is as you know as an entrepreneur. We've all done it where we have offered different levels of compensation to to the people that have maybe some very similar skill sets because one person could negotiate better You know maybe even because we woke up on the wrong side of the bed that day and I've seen it with engineers don't negotiate I've seen it with women who don't negotiate and it and it's it's just a personal almost ethical struggle and And I didn't I didn't WanNa be like that and we we call ourselves a love company and When when my co-founder nice sat down and thought about how we could best show love? We thought you know what it's by treating people fairly and transparently So I think there's there's there's a very strong reasoning behind it put. It still scares the crap out of me most getting it right. So that's the fear. The fear is that you won't get it right. Yeah Yeah but you and I mean here's the thing it's it's art and science and were almost you know we're trying to bring a lot of science to it by creating a formula But there's still still always going to be arch in the formula and And that's the you know I wanted to get the science right. I also want to get the art right. That's the software if we're wishing to be human yes that's right showing love through a formula eight. Yeah so so you're right now now you're in the middle of implementing this is that right or designing it to where are you so we've actually We implemented it in September. So it's it's been almost two months that it that it has now been open and we're getting a lot of feedback on it good and bad and and tell me more about the feedback coming more about the the effect Yeah so the won't we expect it to happen. once that peop- we wanted people to have difficult conversations with their managers. So you know. I've heard stories where in in most companies you don't talk about salary except your manager but if you know other people's salaries which invariably it gets talked about I heard a story side told me someone brought up to their manager. You know I was talking to my co worker for salaries this my salaries this. What's happening? The manager fired. Her are fired the coworker they're like do not talk to each other about salaries. So so you know we wanted those conversations to get aired aired out So we've had people come to us in engineer someplace and say wow like. I made more money than anybody in the company I'm I'm a little nervous about people seeing that you know and we said that's that's a conversation we want to have. We want we want to be able to help. People understand what's what's happening and why that work is is valued at a higher premium than other kinds of work. We've also had people come up to us and and say I'm you know it makes me uncomfortable. I have to admit it. And there's no there's no solution for that right except just showing them. You know that this this is how we get you to the next level so you can you know in getting to the next level that that'll be tied to compensation but there's no solution and and I've talked about for me being in the gray area. Not having things be black or white is terrified. Yeah I want to wrap it up you know. Yeah Yeah and you want to clear you WANNA formula sure. Yeah so just bring your attention to what's happening inside of you right now. You know. Just bring your attention right because what. I'm feeling feeling in this moment. Tracy is a pressure in my upper chest. Does that is that mine or is it yours or at both of ours. I mean you you know how to spot these things I think yes physically like I feel it feel right at the heart which is which is the funny thing is this is this is showing like love right. This is meant to show love and yet I'm I feel very tense and nervous about it. Yeah so it's a tender spot. It's a scary spot And there's a wish that can feel it. Is there a wish behind the intention. You Gang skanks or co-founder actually We can still call uh-huh skank right. We can call him scape yes his nickname name for everyone to know. That's right. We're not dissing him. It's Jeff by the way right. Fill the something really important going on here. Is there now if you remember when we talked about some some beautiful experiences And I asked you to explore for example the why behind the company the purpose by the company and we found a tender spot. uh-huh oh tracy just got nervous. They're gonNA make me cry. World is tender spot behind the purpose of the company. Which I'm going to name it if it's okay with you? which is it's not just about feeding offices? It's about getting people out from behind their desk to sit together in community and share a meal because community means love and my naming it. Well I'm absolutely so what's the purpose here for you and skunk a high in openness and transparency around around the sounds compensation so for some context Our mission is to bring your heart to work and a lot of it comes from So I we've raised Over eight million in capital and so that means a lot of rejections of gotten a lot of rejections one that hurts me in particular Came from an investor who before he had the chance to meet the team. He cut the process off often. He said he said you know. Honestly I just don't think that you're out for blind and it. It tore me up. It tore me up on. They say no is an entrepreneur. Don't take it personally. I took it course. I don't know how you don't So I I really had to dig deeply and so a few days later I wrote him back. This is via email. I wrote him back on. I said you know white. You're right I'm out for blood. I want to build a services company at people. Love that people love to use that people to work. Get Out for blood and so I think the broader purpose behind chooses. I WANNA build a template for a company need. That can prove that you don't have to be an asshole To Be Successful that you can build a company that's people-focused And still it'll bring great. Returns still hold people accountable to their goals. Still have high expectations still make difficult decisions But I I WANNA prove that and so every time that something goes wrong. It's Lake I if like I'm hurting the cause and it feels very serious and so the fear right now. Is that if you and the rest of seemed team. Don't get this right. You're hurting it calls. Yeah we're hurting the cause. And there's a secondary fear witches. I want our people. I want them to be happy at work and I also want them. I mean this and this may be as the more selfish ause but I want them to feel good about themselves so that whether or not this works out someone I think well of us as leaders to think well of me and I want to work with them again and I would be devastated. Not to work with them again. So I I just WanNa hold on that for a moment super powerful super powerful. I hear such an incredible values station. Take such a tender hearted and in the language that we often use it boot. Camp brokenhearted broken open hearted warriors stance. uh-huh think about it a lot and so part of what is so scary that the stakes here are. You're Jerry am I gonNA fuck this up right so I'm going to get a little paternalistic. You're the same age as my son. you can't fuck this one you can only make it better than it is. But there's no fucking up attempting to be authentic and real the way you can backtrack is to rely solely on the formulaic software. When when I mean by this as I get that what you're doing is radical and scary and I'll be honest I don't know if it's wise plant? People don't think it's wise. I don't know I don't know oldest and I don't know that it's not okay but here's what I do know and here's what I do know that is was attempting Khalid from heart. Filled place always works if we define success in endeavors endeavors. Like this as you've just to find which is creating a Hartsfield place where people who were guardless at the outcome of the company walk away and say God. Hi Dan. That was the best company ever worked for. And whatever tracy does I wanna work for her again you you know I had deep powerful tearing concern few. You're twenty six. You have a lot of companies you you have just US begun to set the world fire and for my lips to God's ears choose succeeds and feeds every startup in this country. But if not holding onto this you cannot lose now. Let's talk tactics for great. What's type what have you guys said to the team as to why you're doing this? What have you said so the thing? One of the things that we've said is the thing we mention attention so about providing more just more consistency for fairness or transparency. One of our values is is integrity and one of the ways that we define that value is the ability to have difficult conversations and provide open feedback so it actually is also in support sort of our value structure Our one of our other values is community And and part of that is really providing that feedback in order to better the people around you So it's for for a lot of those reasons it's you know it's also part of it is for hiring you know. We make a statement in hiring hiring in the beginning of that towards the end of that process around the negotiation can feel very adversarial I don't know that we can always radically eight that but we want a candidate to know very clearly and we tell them early on in the process that we have this formula We want them to know that we're on their side and we don't want there to be this. We hold all the information and it's a black box and you have no the idea what you're negotiating against. When you negotiate against a black boxer pot go as high as possible self optimize train you self optimization does stand in stark contrast to community building so you said these things and how's that been received so we've had a range of reactions? You know to be honest. How to range from some people being like a little nervous right? But let's see where it goes Before we opened it up To salespeople being like this is so standard like this is what this is how we we were two two people to some people being like this is how the world should work And I'd prefer it this way. So we've seen seen hole to people title being scared. Oh Yeah Oh yeah two people saying like I'm I'm uncomfortable with people seeing my salary To people saying I I I you know I don't you know what if it creates unhealthy competition those those have been the range Did did did you have anybody who said for example I didn't realize how underpaid was we've had people at the lower end end of the range say We we had one person the Laurentian the range say I'M A. I'm a little uncomfortable with it just being at this end of the range But they didn't see it as a source of resentment. Not since I've checked in I'll be doing their check. Okay no no not not not at this stage. I think if anything to give just a little bit of context of the formula so the the main variable part of the formula is what we call the output let level and so by the way we borrowed a lot at this from buffer They have a great blog. Post on it From Tint so had a lot of conversations about it but our output level that's We rank at a to g a being totally green g being total Unicorn. And so that's that's the variable piece of it and so when you move to the next level there's a multiplier on your base salary. I see so so what we've found that is healthy. Is that a lot of people look at their output levels and this can bring up the difficult conversation that can be a source of resentment which is how come and my colleague got a higher level in the same role when I did it which is starting to become? How do I get that next level? that that kind of tension does seem to generate good healthy conversation. You know one of the things that is this critically important. One of the things that I think most startup sale has is getting good quality feedback on a regular basis and implicit in. This is a mechanism organism for quality. Feedback is your managers are actually giving the feedback right. Yes and so. That's something as a corollary. It feels like there's work to be done early. I'm going to check in on one other piece of this. What it feels important to me to explore is the degree to which people connect Assis- not only with the value statements that you've spoken off but with the other implicit value statement? which is we're going to try some radically different things? Yeah there's an experiment going on here yes and it may not work yes and notice. What feeling did you have? When I named it as an experiment sigh Sira relief like a balloon? Sort of getting just a little pocket. Exactly exactly I mean. That's what's wonderful. It's like so when you see when we create a conditions where we say something like. This is the new thing that we're doing and we've worked really really hard in this and hear all the values driven reasons. Why we're doing? This is actually a false false confidence that the leader has when they convey that and the false confidence. You're nodding so. I think he recognizes the false confidence. Is We know what we're doing. Actually sh we don't know what we're doing or we're unsure whereas in that bid for transparency in anticipation if you opened up even just a town little more and let's name the fact that you're being vulnerable and open open now with me and they're all gonna listen to this. Oh guess what your. And here's the funny thing because this is what's gang reminded me to say in my memory. I passed over it but he was he was like let's make sure and we did. This is this is V. One and it may not work right but I I'm in my eagerness to see the world's change and to get you know I want the world to be a better place to walk them. Yes yes so and this is what's wonderful about a leader like you. You Do January in your heart. Want them to be happy but be careful of is holding on to that as your written in stone objective miss. CEO Because you are not the functional atheist at the top of the pyramid. With all of the answers. skank is right. This is v. one this is like. Hey guys come join us on this journey we make it this wrong. You may get this right and we go all the success or failure as a team invite them into the process into owning the process. Hey let us know houses working for you not you as the individual necessarily but what are you thinking about this you you. Senior leadership team still reserve the right and the responsibility to make the a final judgment call but relax the tension. That arises is is from. I have to get this right. Yeah relax. That's that's the operative danced. That's the operative let you know involve the community even further not to not to the point where there isn't clarity where we design nine thirty five. Different compensation systems to meet the needs of thirty five individuals but you create one organization. That's committed to trying things. That is at the desserts disease make sense. Is this land. Yeah Yeah and it's actually I. I think it's something I'm realizing it's things that we've been doing a little bit of along the way but I I don't outsized importance to so we have like a monthly fireside parricide chat where it's US gathering feedback and it was one of the topics for discussion. And you know we got some got some real feedback from what we wanted but and yet for some reason I am sort of hard to you know when someone comes to me and I feel prickly and I don't want to feel that way open to discussing it. I wanted to be something that the team does have owned. So remember when the porcupine puts their quills up his prickly queen. It's a defense mechanism. Yeah it's not an offensive new. Yeah so there's a threat that you're feeling Right right and what's the threat. Oh man well I could see I could see many people leads. The this threat is my own saw in my own head that Oh Shit they figured it out I'm a first time founder and You know fuck this right Those those are some of the threat that that original investor her was right that you have to actually be an asshole to be successful. I know that's the worst. That's the worst right and and the truth is this has no bearing the success or failure. This effort has no bearing on whether or not that investors correct. There are two separate things my statement would be. You should be an asshole if that's who you truly are. Aw Right there's nothing I can't stand more than the ASSHOLE WHO's pretending not to be right because we all know it so if you're going to be an asshole being astle and be that kind of leader but he here's a little hint. Tracy you are not an asshole so you can pretend all you want and you can adopt the attitudes of the style. But you won't succeed you know for good or for ill. You have no choice but to lead from your heart because guess what he's being right. The Tin Man has heart already now. And it's as big as the world because she built a company. I believe that designed to feed people to nourish them. So I get the fear though I get the fear. Yeah I find the functional atheism part art is the part that my mind wants to forget but I think is the part probably took to hold on to hear the right. So we're referring now. Both of us are referring to Parker Palmer concepts of the five shadow casting demons the ways in which are disowned. Self start to show up in the organization in one of which is this notion of what he refers to the functional atheist the leader who is the rock who knows everything who must carry all the burden. It's all up to me right so tell me more about that Tracy. Well it's funny because I think on reflecting flecked upon that I am afraid of being a dictator or becoming a dictator but really I think I'm afraid that inside I am one as you are done a lot of stuff to cover it up right because inside of you. There is a dictator. Isn't there guess though. I don't like to hear I don't WanNa hear that. Well just like champ here here we go just like the cap you wanted to disown the part of you. That was hurt when you were a kid. Yeah this is true right. I won't reveal too much about fat and happy to talk about that. Well just like that is also a part of that is a dictator and that part knows the product better than anybody else. Doesn't you don't WanNa hear that Komo Jerry. I WANNA be the one who needs from love right so what is so. Tell the story. If you're tell the story about the shadow we talked about. And then I wanNA talk about embracing show okay so when one of the things things that I recognized at boots and you know for some context for anyone who hasn't been is you know it's four days of just cry in Crime Fifteen of us together crying for days and days one. Someone says something. It's lots of thought a new day to you say something. It sparks works another thought you and assign someone else. And all of a sudden biking days we were four. You know I Someone brought up the story of bullying and so when I was Ten Years I spent about three years Eating lunch alone in a bathroom stall And I was bullied and and The way I had approached myself without was you know what this was in the past. Don't eat you gotta move on Your for God's sake say And and then I realized of course. I ate lunch alone in a bathroom stall now. He built a company that brings people together. Gather over lunch And so there is so much of me that is wrapped up in this company. But there's is also that fear of being Napoli so so let's hold onto that for a second. Let's recognize that. You embraced that part of the part of you. That had been bullied. That was that was quote in the past. And let's not deal with that anymore. Let's we're going to move forward and what happened after you embrace that in terms of your capacity to execute in the business what happened well. I came back from boot camp and I shared with the team. That story and I came into alignment. I came into alignment. And we all rallied around being love company and it wasn't even like it didn't feel like such an intentional effort. I didn't put time on the calendar and say we're going to be a love company but just the the souls these amazing in humans that I work with they picked up on it and they carried it as a banner literally our flag. It is literally in the choose logo a heart and I felt like I'd never uh-huh I'd never seen it before and I looked at my logo when I got back from boot camp. Someone pointed out there like did you know we have a heart in the logo. Oh Shit Oh. I didn't know that right right now. I don't think it was a direct correlation but then if I recall correctly you were able to raise money for. Yes and don't forget that part. Yeah when I sat down to to lunch with are now investors the Boundary Group One of the first things I said like right off the bat. I'm like listen I want to let you know that our vision is to become a love company and to be a templates for other companies that want to function this way and still be high performing high prospect competence And immediately I got a text right after lunch ledge and Jason and I sat down and he was like your kind of people and I've never I'll never I'll never forget those those words forget it. He wasn't looking for somebody who is out for blood now. So that's a beautiful story and it will we'll stand forever in my mind is an example of somebody who embrace their shadow but the thing about shadow is it's not just one thing and so there is a part of view just like there's a pardon you tracy on the kid from Brooklyn I can bully with the best friend so there is a part of you that is wrong in your belief system is and sometimes you get a little of that point of view is there because this is to me the this this is to me trying to embrace like I call it in my mind. Goodness and badness and the parts of me that are in the bucket of bad I try to push that bucket the corner of the room and forget about it but I can't throw it out because it just won't it's not allowed to leave right right right right. And so remember part of the lesson of embracing the shadow parts of ourselves as it includes the negative parts of ourselves. See what you were doing at you know. Prior to the boot camp was putting into the past the pain that was in the path. That wasn't shadow. Now there's something very powerful in the part of you that is kind of bullying. We're GONNA hold onto this for a second when when we take the parts of ourselves and disown or Carl Jung said is disowning the shadow is like trying to get rid of a headache by by beheading ourselves. Okay it doesn't work in fact it's kind of cutting ourselves off from something that's really actually neither good nor bad it just as strong. Tell me about tell me a quality ability of the bully some qualities of a boy oh so psychological manipulation seven or emotional manipulation to get what you want but letting other people feel like. They've got what they want Being a steam steamrolling others. I've been given that have been given feedback before steamrolled people and all and then I kind of jumped back and go my God. I can't can't ever do that was an extroverted. Got Sort of my dad's from Brooklyn New York personality. Sometimes you got a problem with that. I was talking to have a problem with sluggish flogger problem. You WanNa step outside. You know there is Right there is a a feeling in your head of superiority I am superior to you either. An intellect or smart smarts. Anything Emotional E. Cuban there's ego there's ego cuny ability to read people isn't there off taste bad as opposed to for good okay. So now we're onto something okay. Every one of the qualities that you just described can be described in positive attributes or negative hundreds right ego can be equated to confidence right. manipulation could be equated to inspiration right when when Barack Obama inspires me with incredible speech. Is he manipulating me. Damn right the issue. The whole issue Tracy turns on intention it turns on the intention not not on the action. What if you have multiple intentions conscious intentions that you don't even know oh about remember that radical self inquiry tool when you are disconnected with your true intentions the capacity acids to do evil or too ill with these capabilities is exacerbated when you surface even the most is negative attributes when you surface your own intention are you you go aggrandizing? Absolutely you're not sure but shit shit are you also selfless yes you are. You are both as Walt Whitman. Said do I contradict myself I do I am large. I contain multitudes every entrepreneur Danes multitudes every human contains needs MOCHA toots. Yeah that that that part that I now that I'm surfacing that I don't know how to hold it and I and I see her leading Losing Control of one side of that over the other the negative side of hold it without judgment. Hold it without judge. There is a strength in you when you were bullied as a kid. They were bullied to protect themselves. They were bullying because they saw the world is threatened. Place when you hold yourself with firmness. It's not necessarily bully now. It could be both it depends on what the intention is my famous example of this. This is a man plunges. A knife into the chest of another man. Is it a good actor back before answering know that he's a surgeon before you're answering no that he's still robbing someone. It all turns on intention so embracing and acknowledging this part of you. Are you strong willed absolutely. Are you stubborn stubborn absolutely. Are you persistent. Absolute the question Russian. I would ask you because you said you said it. Well he said what if there are multiple intentions meaning. What if there are ego aggrandizing attention as well as altruistic engines? You WanNa know the secret there always are. There's always there always multiple intentions behind our feelings feelings and the only way out is radical self inquiry. Is that self awareness so that you can pull it. Have I bullied people yes. I typically bullied people in defensive other people not always but. Don't you know my partners at Redo too sick and tired of me saying stuff like this but don't fuck with my people you wanted to Brooke you poke the bear faulk with my people. Yeah and by the way the net of who are my people becomes larger larger and older right. You'll might people. Don't talk doc with Tracy right because I will take you out. Is that a bully absolutely. Does that ranchers feel good. Yes yes and and on the whole I'd rather live in a community where people say about one another. Don't fuck with my people. Does this resonate with you. You know so. I was in Israel last week and we learned. We learned this great you too much. Word called mich- Poobah and people around me you know. I've been wishful hang them all but Uh basically what it means is It's family but it's also extended family and so you can use it to describe your friends your close friends and and all of a sudden I came back and I looked at this team. I said your mind was full and there is something that is that that I wanNA fight for that is here that is that is more than just runway. Yeah so your homework assignment with regard to both both the openness open-ness around the the the the compensation and this is to lean into even further the authentic nature of it. When can you tell people your mind? Mich- poor let them know that. Sometimes you'RE GONNA end up being paternalistic or maternal EST that sometimes you're gonNA end up being eager aggrandize and sometimes you're going to be end up being altruistic and compassionate Schnitt true authenticity is about embracing even the parts of ourselves that we do not like Mike and Dancing with those as you've heard me say other times it's like like a ten thousand volt power line right you can pick it up and you can electrocute yourself or you can pick it up and plug it in and light up the city. Pick it up. So there's a part of you. That's a Brooklyn bully. No wonder I looked. That's right young. You know what I mean when I say don't mess with my people. Yeah totally and that. It's funny because there is a part of me that in embracing that side. That's sort of that that side that you can label good you can label for evil. There's excitement there is energy in that you can. Just you can just feel it right I I I. It's like a few weeks ago and just let myself be angry for a whole day and boy. I could've punched a wall and I didn't but I just felt angry and energetic in this and so I think there is a way I think dancing is a really. It's a weird puts but great word for it because can't just completely act unfiltered altered. But you have to. You have to play with that you have to let it out to play. That's right that's right. You have to let it out to play the anger the frustration the the the the frustration with the world as it is and how. It's not what you wanted to be. That power is an awesome power that power so so many entrepreneurs why the hell do you guys worked so hard not to change the world from what it is into something you'd like to be right and sometimes times in that power you're going to tap in to what other people what you yourself may label as a negative force. It's only only negative when you're operating from a place of disconnection from your true feelings and I felt that you know when I was fundraising this this links me back to this feeling that I had when I was fundraising and even a few months after even even today lacking the ceiling and the word that I used to describe it as feeling vibrant just seeing the whole color spectrum feeling a whole range because it was like I I need need to control this emotion. It was sad your dad and I just didn't feel the whole range emotional range. I didn't I felt like I didn't see colors at NC depths. I still feel like I'm kind of coming back from that. Yeah so accessing that vibrancy of aliveness right and and you know the the mistake is the thing that were to step into this kind of work. That self awareness work. Is this discovery work that we're GonNa make everything everything good right and peaceful. There's a power in those rough edges. There's a power in the conflict. If you have an organization that is truly built around love. That even conflict is acceptable because the totality of everybody's acceptable. Now how someone handles. The conflict is a really important thing. So I'm angry is very different than me. Annihilating everybody around okay to me. The truest asshole is the one who is so disconnected from their deepest feelings. That all they do is like sprayed bullets bullets of anger against everybody. Yeah right whereas if they say David I hate it when the competition beats us to these things. What can we do a team to beat the competition? That's not as Energy yeah that's a self aware person to that's right and that's where you know. Sometimes I'll look it all direct anger and go. Why am I angry about that? Not Actually angry about that. There's there's something else that's right. Well then that's that radical self. That's self a weeks so another thing that I would suggest. And I'm sure that as they pull the notes together for for this podcast will talk about a wonderful book embracing the shadow David Ricco Rico. H. O. Really learning how to access even the negative parts of ourselves because everything that is bad you actually really for the good. Yeah and and what I did find. uh-huh is when when I faced that image of me eating lunch alone and when I was able and as I was fund grazing I would actually. I would imagine it some fun stuff but I would. I would actually look at it. Look at that image of myself and I would embrace that that ten year old right and I would. I would actually walk out of the bathroom and I would take her down the street and you know I would buy pastry right since As a good friend of mine suggested I think about and in that I did that before every single fundraising pitch because it unlocked something in me that I still. I can't really describe except for these like that. Ten thousand volts that that tinguely that something on the edge of excitement and anger and rage and creativity utility. And how old is the bully. Hove don't I don't know because what would be really kind of cool is if those two little girls net down. Oh Oh damn right. Well and you hell both of their hands and that boy protected that other girl took a step forward that would be the definition of alignment. Amen Sister. Yeah Wow. It's a super powerful report in. That's cool what a gift. Thank you Jerry. Awesome thank you tracy you know you again and again astound me with your self awareness in your willingness to lead by example I really put yourself out there and View are giving a gift to the Tracy Lawrence is sitting there right now. Listening to this podcast. ooh You know. Yeah and you're telling her what if you could tell her something but would you tell her. My Gosh Rush. I mean the first thing that popped in my head looks like was was about Something about self love our. 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Danny Bader- Back To Life

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Danny Bader- Back To Life

"Thank you for joining us on bill lighting side. I am Your Host Sofa business a leadership coach Jeffrey be secker joyous this episode bestselling author Keynote Speaker, and inspirational coach Danny Baiter Danny's life was transformed by near death experience more than twenty years ago he started his own company and twenty seven focused on helping others truly understand themselves by creating a powerful vision of their future. One of the world's most sought after inspirational speakers. He routinely gives workshops and seminars to the biggest organizations in the nation find out how coming back to life became too powerful change leading him to fire others to live their best lives on this episode of the light inside. Light Inside is grateful and honored when you are valued listenership, encouragement and support for our programming. That's why we want to take this moment to thank Green Chicago for volunteering funding in support of our future programming in growth. 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The organization is doing amazing work to fight extreme poverty and hunger. If you'd like to become a powerful age joining in the fight visit Borjan Project DOT org. That's B.. O.. R. G. E. N. Project DOT org today to find out how you can take action now in helping in the global fight on hunger and poverty. Join US today's bestselling author and top rated speaker dating Baiter Danny. Thanks for dropping in today good morning. Jeffrey thank you and good morning my friend how you been doing. Great brother. How are you? Fantastic fantastic. Good. So we have a better understanding at the age is twenty eight. You're doing some yard work with a close friend when you both had a brush with a high-tension electric wire. Yes. That events in between ten thousand to thirteen thousand volts actress through your body's leaving you both in cardiac arrest and fighting for your lives. Wow I'm just so grateful and honored for the opportunity to share what that experience was like. Yes Cardona now harling difficult that situation would have been. Yeah. Timing right my friend timing. Yes. Yes. Again thank you for sharing that with us today. The first off I want to express I can't begin to. Imagine the profound impact that event had on your life in the gravity of it. You know it's just. Monumental. It has to be such a gut wrenching and heartbreaking experiencing losing the friend and going through all of you know that's that's devastating to me. Yeah. Sure. Was Yeah it was Let me see on I'm twenty, eight I'm fifty, six, his twenty, eight so July it'll be twenty eight years known I live my life without that accident as a as a reference point and then the next day of my life. As a reference point in somewhat of a a definition Kinda. I. Let that event define me for quite some years in and I've kind of moved through that because I think one of the things that you probably know Jeffrey we should not be defined by our events, tragedies or the success is really. In A, we are who we are and we produce outcomes. Yes and Produces outcome sometimes that we can't control. So Yeah, certainly You know an interesting experience for me this saying Yolo. Right you want. Our daughters we have two sons in daughter Luke Joey, and Lizzie when she was a little bit younger and she kind of. Understood she didn't read the book initially and then she started understand what happened to me she said to me one time I. Guess She was like ten. She's a dad you're like your. I. The only live twice I'm like are. Here. You've kind of step to a different level. Both early in figurative. that. That's an interesting insight to look at. And you know. Having had. That definition where you have kind of the half-life before in the rest of the life afternoon. So. Let's dive in look at that angle. Yeah. I know it's kind of the twenty million dollar question. You know what was that experience like to? Select so on the other side, right? Yeah. Let's let's dive in there for our listeners in. Start the ball rolling with that. Yeah absolutely. So my buddy and I really good friend of Mine Bruce Sweet. We lowered a ladder and hit an electric line that had estimates were eight to ten thousand volts electricity. Subas. At high tension line in a running along st he got some lower lines and all but this was the one all the way up top and. We. You know we looked at it and we said we're going to be clear. We done it that way this morning and you know the investigation we only hit by maybe an inch in the latter is twenty eight feet in with windblown and also wasn't a. You know a a blatant error of human judgment is just one of those things and as soon as the electrity came down and hit us I had an absolute calm in an absolute piece is the best way to describe it. I knew I was dead. I knew I was dying and I saw then the other brother another friend of mine he was on the roof cleaning up for the day. I saw him coming down the ladder. And I was yelling him know, hey, get your brother your brother and I was on, save me or help me because I I wasn't I wasn't there anymore. So you know what I wrote about it in the book it's very difficult to describe Jeffrey because we're trying to put an experienced into our English. English languages framework is the just doesn't. And I remember when I was writing the book, my editor, a couple of grade editors they just keep going. You know we'll make it work. So I'm yelling to him and I wasn't on save me or help me get your brother, get your brother and then. My Soul Spirit my energy my life force my consciousness. However somebody might want to define that if they believe there is an energy inside of us that keeps our body going it left my body stayed there on the ground and I had that sense of being pulled away. And I didn't experience. You know it's great your podcast as the light I didn't experience that lighter that tunnel. Now that many many people who have had this experience you know I remember one time I was given a talk in. You know as you can imagine people sitting there going. What happened and this woman she? She was kind of she did you see a light? Did you go through the tunnel and I said, no, I said I I didn't know tunnel. She said there wasn't a light. There was no tunnel now mike now know late no tunnel she I I thought everybody. Are you sure you goes through lights on them and I'm like Hey lady this is my near death. You can have yours and she laughed she was just so consumed by the story and So in my energy was pulled away I believe it's my soul. You know my my belief is that there is a God I referred to that energy as guide. I, practice a relationship with God and I understand people may come at that. Differently you know when when I saw statistics. People were asked do they believe in God i? Think there was about seventy percent it said no. So only three out of ten believe in God but then at seven seventy percent, there is about five out of that seven that said I believe in something bigger I just don't call it God. So if you take that, then you're like eight, nine, ninety percent of people do believe that there's something bigger going on and I was given the gift of joining back with that. You know my source God and that's how it was. It was it was wasn't my body anymore, but it was a loving peaceful. You're floating conversation but not in words and it was wonderful in you know I had that. Choice to stay or come back and you've heard many people who have had the near deaths talk about that. And I communicated with God with this energy and no words. But I said what about my mom? I'm one of six seven boys. I have six brothers and a sister. So one of eight and I was just expressed concern of twenty eight years of age, and then I had a girlfriend that we had dated on and off again wife now for twenty seven years and I just expressed concern in love for them in other words if if I die if I stay dead, this is GonNa. Kill. Them. You know. So my concern, my love for them in it was in that instance that I was back in my body. Is If somebody just plugged me back in. Note my is because they never closed. Tell you how I know that. But now back in my body, right in the physical world, the realm and I can't move you know I, have pins and needles all through my body I have no idea what passage of time was. So I hear my buddy who was on the roof that was coming down I was yelling to him. You remember he was now I heard his voice working on his brother trying to resuscitate in revive his brother and I couldn't move and finally I got my bearings my my motor skills back and I crawled up next to him. And he looked at me I'll never forget. He said, how are you here? And I said, what are you talking about? So we worked there for just a minute or two paramedics finally got their see but think about the passage of time now. So i. go the Barometric saw me and I looked fine at this point I've been dead I come back. They had. No, they had no idea that. And I go sit against a fence I realized I looked down my feet are killing me. I got a little holes in my work boots and then I take them off have holes in my socks. Wait sweat socks with holes in. Then I'd take my socks. Often I have a whole in each side of each foot in my left inside foot at a hole where he could stuck a pen in there. Probably three quarters of an inch there was no blood coming out of the holes because they were all cauterize by the electricity. So I'm now staring in my hoes, you can imagine what? I'm saying to myself I'm like what what is happening? The brother comes over to me and he says, what happened I said I guess we hit the wires and he said, hey, did he said I heard it I know I saw you coming down the ladder I was yelling you get your brother your brother and he looks at me says, what I suppose Yellen to you man I saw was yelling t in not said, you didn't say anything. Will. Some part of me tried to communicate with. Yuma saying something. And he said, no, he said I came down the ladder and I came to you I. He said I was fetal position. He rolled me over in my eyes roll back into my head all white. They weren't closed foam around my mouth no hardware no respiration rainy worked on me for a few minutes and then gave me up for dead and then ran across the street and called nine. One one is before cell phones and then ran back asked me and then God to his brother. So you know we obviously bonds Stu and I you know God rest his soul. But. We would get together for cheese steaks in philly cheese steak in a beer all through. You know many times over the year. In our ask him and he would always say I was probably dead for eight minutes. You know he said just think about it. I came down I worked on you I ran across the street. I made the call that wasn't a you know you're on the phone for a minute or two Iran back past you you're still dead. I work my brother in paramedics get there. So Yeah. That that's that's the story. That's so crazy to look at. That reality of literally being an angel way from a different result. As. Such a such a big profound. Look at life. How many times as human beings are we literally an inch away from a different result life? Now, this way quite literally. Being here now being here. Yeah, that's it. You know I think I think one of the biggest things that came out from me is that had a really easy life up until that point. I went to high school I played basketball I played in college grades came easy to me. I'd healthy family in a we were middle class in Catholic school a braces two weeks vacation at the beach every summer you had everything you needed you know one new pair of shoes for every season. and. Then this hits me. And I'm like know ship and. Up until that point likes real easy and then it smacks you upside the head and that was the struggle. So so now it's two things that really came out of it. Is that I realized life is I used to say it's not perfect and then somebody challenged in said, well, maybe it's it's it's perfectly imperfect and that's how it's supposed unfold in. That's where growth and our resilience ally in kind of a belief that I've I've accepted now in a, we certainly can't control a lot of things that happen to us. Bowie. We can control how we move through it. Now we engage with it. The thing came out is that yes, life is a precious precious gift At anytime anytime, the IT could be gone. Just in a simple task like that or driving or walking or just even our bodies have something inside go wrong that was not supposed to go wrong. You know. So well was some of that after effect light for you know I know you had. The struggle with with the guilt of losing your friend yeah. did did you have some additional kind of psychological things? You know the the rebound from that? Yeah. No. How how did that experience play out in? You know physically you'll were there like some lingering rebound effects in some lingering rehabilitation and come back from that. Yeah. You know physically physically you know they they did a little debris of all the feet wounds the to on the inside were the worst one on the left foot. So they took a little skin from my head was in hospital for ten days and but but physically than my heart recovery, because my heart was system a little weird stuff on the day of the accident, you know from the electric. Surge. and. Physically recovered pretty well. My mom went my wife and I then got married in a year. Later we had our first son Luke in in I remember when we got. Announced that we were my wife was pregnant. My mom was so happy because I guess she did a lot of research about that electrical surge in that could potentially make a man sterile and my mom's like I've been trying for this. So so physically I moved through it. Okay. Mentally you know the P. T. S. The survivors kill and beat myself up just to say you know I don't deserve to be happy it should've been me he had three kids I didn't have any. that was the struggle you know I was mad at God if God let this happen. Then you know I certainly worked through the guy doesn't let these things happen the world unfolds in its natural. Evolution in God for me is there as a source of support when when those difficult time show up. So I went through treatment in psychiatrists site I moved through them like. Underwear there for. US He bed, and then I find that went through priests as well and that none of that connected and then I finally got this psychiatrist in Philadelphia. I'll never forget it looks like Steven Spielberg almost exactly like Spielberg. And for some reason, we just we just connected. And you know he was a man of faith not as strong as I wasn't a but he realized that my face was somewhat of an anchor to help move me through this. Struggle with alcohol and You know just those kind of bat on some of those demons, and in some other things you know you reach out for for the world for things to make you feel better that really only make feel better in that moment. You know whether it's you know sex drugs, rock and roll alcohol whatever. Whatever that lifeline is, right? Yeah and then you wake up the next morning with a new hangover in the same old problem and I'm like. All right. That's not Solomon anything. So let's let's keep moving on. But it was just ending on that as as as Bruce. My Buddy who passed days his children got older in his his wife did a phenomenal job in raising them. I had some conversations with them as they got older and I remember the youngest she looked at me and she gosh, she was choose probably. Think. When this happens, you know she was teenage years older. You know not not just a little kid anymore and she said, you blame yourself. I remember I just Kinda got. So emotional I looked in you know I said, I still do a little bit and she said don't. This was this young child and and it was just somewhat of a release. where I kind of said to myself Dan you got you can't blame yourself for this and is still creeps in sometimes you're never far from those tragedies that we have in life they're always kind of a part of your fabric in your in your story. You don't want him to define you or limit what you can do, but you know it's always there. You know it's amazing that honesty of childhood that looks at things from that perspective, you know how we as adults. Grow to create those anchors around ourselves. You know we lose sight of that. I feel throughout our lives. Yeah and it's monumentally tragic. Sometimes, it takes that drastic of shaking up to put us back on course it really is i. think it's just were so judgmental of ourselves. And kind of so tough on ourselves and beat ourselves up you. WanNa hold yourself certainly to high expectations. You know I in and be a person character, but we also have to understand that there were humid. You know we're GONNA fail. You know we're GONNA make a decision a wrong decision in the lower a ladder into an electric line you know by an inch route we're GONNA make decisions in judgment and those things in in you know I think self forgiveness is so powerful man. In our I remember Nelson Mandela, you've probably heard many times but the story about him is something that that really hit home for me you know the people that jailed him in and you know beat him in made him dig zone grave and then as in there and they urinated on him in this. When. He got out. He invited those people for dinner and everything we began president they came to his ordination. Everybody's like, how can you forgive those people inuit when you're in prison what they did and I remember he said something to the effect he said if I did not forgive them, I would still be in prison. And it was just powerful to say I would still be trapped. Inside myself with some anger or judgement or hate. and. Self forgiveness pretty powerful. So anybody's out there listening down. Yeah. Deep Dress. Give yourself a hug. Yeah. Okay. So let's truth and grace in that such truth and grace and as the true power of life. It Really Wow, you been known to say that you know there's a hell of a difference between just living in being alive. Yeah. Let's look at that angle of living powerful life did your experience influence in change your perspective of how you're living. Now you know especially looking at that kind of being like. Midway through. Yeah. So for me, the difference in those two words is living is your your body's functioning in your you're you're going through the motions in you're you're doing what you're doing. There's an element of of. Not being fulfilled there. There's an element of wanting more. There's an element of being stuck. In a Rut, I guess, all those terms being alive is quite the opposite being alive is is you wake up in even days when you don't feel that good, you've got a strategy to shift. Look at all the areas of your life, your health you're wealthy relationships, your spirituality, and and you're always focused on on creating what you want in those areas even when they're in a in a not so good place. You. Living is when something's in a not so good place in you're not doing anything about it s negative. You're in victim mode and that's what I did for years after that accident. Nobody understood what I'm going through. You know I got married I had a couple of jobs. I would leave the jobs people like you need to stay with the jobs you don't understand. That's what I was just living versus versus for me being alive where I'm connected to my source I understand this life is beautiful gift playful with myself understanding that I'm not perfect. Focused on others being in service others that for me is being alive. You know a lot of times when alive eat I guess you don't you don't skydive or Bungee jumper. Liberal Belive take all this some people do in. That's great. But but I've seen people that are very much alive that are just looking to become the best version of themselves. Create what they want in the areas that that they want and be of service to other people that that's my definition of yeah. You share that great Oliver Wendell Holmes quit I find the greatest thing in this world is not so much where we stand as in what direction we're moving. Yeah. Read that this morning that to me sums it all up. Where are we movie? What direction are we creating? Right? Where is our resilience taking us? Yeah that's the key. Know I love that quote and I use it an awful lot it's in. Written three books I think it's certainly in two of them. And maybe a third, but it's so key because that was what was important for me after the accident you know I was stuck even after I got married and I remember I got fired from some job and insurance sales job that I should have never taken in the first place for the wrong reasons. Any obvious stuck again and I was just so focused on stock. Yeah. Right and WIA was stock in how I. Got Stuck so all in the past bursts. Okay. This is not really a good situation right now. So you don't make it UNICORNS and rainbows. It's not discounting that you know some people look this is fine. It's not fine. You know you're not a good situation. What's fine is you can see and say, okay here here's where I'm headed. Now here's how moving through this. Here's a support and the people that are around. So I think that's what's really key and I'm in that situation right now, there's a couple of areas in my life that. I really got to focus on at fifty six years agent and it's okay you know I I am where I am and I've Kinda created what I've created and I've got great people in my life that love me and support me and I have a pretty good of of what it's GonNa look like when I moved through, you know some of the challenges and then you get there but it's interesting on the on the book when I talk about the path of resilience. You know the path of resilience not to resilience this because I I don't believe resilience is a place you get to. That's your vision not your imagination. It's okay by December, here's what this part of my life is GonNa look like that's your vision. Resilience is the path that gets you there. You know there's a couple couple of principles that you have to follow. Yes. So I believe resilience while it's Kinda defined as a noun, the capacity to move through difficult times. Now is really coupled with verb to you know you are resilient. You know you're operating from resilience. Yes. You have as a result of your experience program called the Jack Rabbit principles correct right. So I, have seen you mention five S.'s of that program. Resilience and how they helped define our purpose while moving us forward. Towards the life, we really want, yeah. Can you relay share those five S.'s with us whether the five S.'s of the strategy of that program. Yeah. So so the five S.'s around resilience really is number one you gotta surrender. Right to things that you can't control number two, you really got to focus on self care in taking care of yourself. Number three, you got to seek support from other people in other things in podcasts like best number four, you have to see what it looks like on the other side, which is your vision as you move through this. Number Five, you need to sail, which is all around action. So, they're the five S.'s the principles I believe are that path of resilience the Jack Rabbit Principles, which I write about in the book or another set of principles that that are not their overarching on the resilient peace there they're more about life if and they be to develop your vision. To be still. Seek support to know that I self into evolve. So they're they're the five principles that I write about in the book and the book in the First Line of the book I tried to write this book. Years ago just came back back back to life is the second edition of it. So it was originally published as back from Heavens Front Porch, and I got the rights back from my publisher about some time last year because I wanted to dress up the covering, give it a more suitable titles first book ever published. So was just so excited the first version was okay. So I wrote a final chapter in this it takes place some twenty years after your first meet Jake or is very difficult for. Me To write first Geoffrey because I was trying to tell my story and it was a story where I lost really good friend and tragedy and just struggled with it. Yes. I remember I was on the phone with a a writing coach and an author she was based down outside of Nashville, somebody had put me in touch with her and she was just talking to me and she helped me through some of my resistance and she said, what if he just made up a story? What if you wrote it? Might She just make up a story make up a guy that's you and it's based on reality in some like blatant then it wouldn't all be real. And she said it would be based on reality and if anybody asks you and said okay, what part of this story is real and what part is fiction, you could tell them it's not like you're trying to deceive them. Yeah and I was like man and as soon as I made up the character of J., who was May. In the first line is wiser no blood. The first scene is he sitting against the fence and he's now looking into his feet so it takes you right into his world. I'm like. All right. Cool. So the Five Principles of Jackrabbit come out of Jake's journey when after he has that accident how he kinda get back to alive right back to life yes in. Know parable you've read books like this before, and it's e meets different characters this offer him principle but the principles were were things that I observed in other people as well as I went from what nineteen, Ninety two till about I wrote the book almost eighteen twenty years after the accident. I really reflected instead what principles have. I seen other people apply in life. That are very powerful than I. Just Kinda. Massaged them into the Jackrabbit model and try to keep the safe and I. think that's why people like the book because regardless of the difficulty that you're going through, these principles can apply whether it's loss of a person loss of job loss relationship. you know any of those I i. think people find some damn value in those principles and start to experiment with. Today's episode is sponsored by and. If, you haven't heard about anchor it's the easiest way to make a podcast. Let me explain. It's your free platform for podcasting Anka has creation tools that allow you to and editor podcast right from your phone or computer. So it's super easy to create your own podcast and anchor will distribute show podcast view so it can be heard on spotify apple podcast and many more. You can make money from your podcast with no minimum. listenership anchor is everything you need to make a podcast all in one place. Download the Free Anka Apple Anchor Dot FM to get started sharing your story with the world. Love looking at that angle. Of. Releasing in surrendering in order to sail to take a powerful action in life. Yeah. Generating that powerful momentum to me that is everything that's the key. Drives. The car. That's it. Momentum is a big one. Isn't it? Yeah. Yeah. So momentum momentum you have momentum comes from action I. Guess In our actions, I believe really come from our thought though you know Mel Robbins says that Great Book Five Rulers Want Five, four, three, two one, and then get up and go do something. So she says, you don't even think just. A. And I love her work. She's grades. He's wonderful speaker she sipped simple. But even in that thinking right now you're gonNA okay. I'm counting down five, four, three, two one and then I'm GONNA get up. That's still thought. Yeah. Yeah Right. That's a thought. So so I love the way that she framed it. But for me, it's really to build that momentum is to watch what your thoughts are and to make sure they're not. Putting you in a place where you're not taking the action that you need. You know. For instance I have a a screenplay for this block back to life one that we wrote and I've been trying for Gosh I guess four or five years now to get in touch with somebody that might be interested in it I've always seen. Jennifer. Aniston. Playing the character of Sammy. Sammy is is a female restaurant bar owner in Moab is a millionaire from wall. Street's her soul on Wall Street to found a way out to Moab and she meets this guy. Brandon who's who also works with Jake But just last week I sent books and t shirts degen Aniston and I put a pack in there for Elon and just a note to Jen. But now now here's the thing if I had those beliefs they go. Oh, she's never going to get that somebody else probably goes through her male. What's the likelihood? The Jennifer Aniston is going to be in your move. All those beliefs don't push you to an action to have belief is. Yes. So how can I just shifting go? Well, you know what? It's only six dollar postage stamp in there. Could be a possibility that she or somebody else. We'd get it and you know, I, gotTa take actions in. Let's just put them in a box. Right a note and go to the post office hits back to that at each nothing ventured nothing gained it is. Really. Little look back to that Oliver Wendell Holmes again. Looking at the rest of that quote, we mentioned before Tarija port. We must sale sometimes with the wind sometimes against it right but we must sale in not drift nor lie anchor and angry. angriness down what is Wayne Astound said what are we using basically? As that sticking point that we've created to say. I'm a mobilizing myself. I'm taking away my power I think people get stuck in. I know I certainly have I'm with everybody WHO's listening in it is that ability? So when I talk about the Jack Robert Principal Knowing Yourself, I'm always monitoring my thoughts now because a lot of them are running in that unconscious mind and a lot of are not lost that are going to. Create the best version of Danny Baiter in push him towards the action. To create some good things. So it's not uncommon for me. You know in my journal. Almost every morning, it's uncommon for me to write down some. What I call shitty thoughts. St's. Almost st is a guy that shows up sometimes you take the garbage out. Yeah Man. Looking, say what will him I think in that way what we need to happen for me to think differently. But it's so powerful. I believe the best way to change the situation because most times when we're struggling or sucker in a situation. Right in the situation as our finances in I can't believe this. Relationship, I can't believe he did this. She said that you know whatever it might be in the best way to change that situation has changed yourself in it. You know we're waiting for everybody else to change and and. Don't hold your breath on that or you're GONNA turn purple. How can you change yourself in it? But then a lot of times people will think you know surrender is, is their thought around that is that's weakness Dow seven. Again, that's a that's a thought that's a belief I say sometimes surrendering is exactly what I gotTa do you know just to realize this is outside of my control Adam it takes great courage take set. Great Courage to let go entrust know that you know everything we want is on the other side of fear you know as Cliche, as that is everything we want is on the other side of fear it less we trust in. That fear were stock. That's it. Yeah I got my my. Traceless. The word. The intention, I actually did a podcast. Chris the guys don't mind censoring. My word that I have on here is trust and that's such a great program. You know whatever those talismans are those reminders those. Keys that gives us the drive to go through that. Stat Dat love them. At their yeah we got that line is pricier deadline at Jack Rabbit t shirts where. We donate. About five bucks about about five bucks. Each t-shirt goes to LS research a dear family member WHO's living with a L. S.. So we add the t shirts and then I just saw L. S. therapy development institute on there and you know donate a little bit. But on the front is just a ladders and then they stand for something and the whole intention is to have the t shirt so that the letters remind you of of how do you WanNa think so one is I be Wvu all begins with vision one is I a Dog Boats all going to be okay. One Is D. L. Dsm don't let them shit matter. We got another one coming. Find a week or two L. WWL lead with love just wake up in the morning and lead with love. Sometimes we've got a out of that way of that dumb shit. That tree and your pass like we talked about following that, pass your that you keep reading into sometimes you just simply have to step to the left step to the right shoulder move around this record. That's it man. It's the it's the book that we've many of probably read asked what Moss which research such a brilliant book I forget the Guy's name blonde hair guy that wrote daddy he's I. Think he's since has Richard Somebody but you know DSM is the. Maybe, the Gr a shredded version. I'm telling you if people can just live by that. And understand got gotta deal with with the. shed. Right. If, your washer breaks for your dryer breaks or you know your your daughter scrapes the car on the side of the garage. Yeah. You gotTA deal with it I understand that but just watch how you watch the process by which you're dealing with. For years. Yeah. Even after the accident I, let a lot of that stuff get to me because I just said. And I work really really hard I. Encourage the people listening is this kind of hold that that mantra a little bit and Trust me when you? Spend a day or two with somebody living with a S. The dumps, it won't matter you know when I reflect on news in my friend and. It won't matter to it's it's not to walk around in a morbid state expecting bad things to happen to you but you know the STOIC philosophy really just you're always in that mindset. Things can go wrong and they will so so how might quipped handle them? Not to expect them. But just to know that you have the, you know the the perseverance. The focus to move through them. No as more gentler kinder being and it's Ted starts with being. Gentle and kind with ourselves. ETRE does. You know it's it's that whole notion that we are humans being. That's it. That's it. In that you know I, just it's just for me to connect to that something bigger in understanding that bigger is a part of me. So my belief from my experiences, you know my heart, my lungs in my brain, you need to make this body go. But there, there's there's a fourth component in that said energy that's by soul and when that energy or soul is is called back to its source. That's when the body stops. That energy is everything literally. And it's so interesting to look at that angle now with your experience. Of that energy. Essentially. Any perceived outside of your body and it's you know people would take if something's wrong with their heart, they're gonNA take care of it. If something's wrong with their lungs, they're going GONNA they're going to take care of them if something wrong with their brain going to do their best to take care of it. Just take a look at that fourth component of energy. Is there anything you need to do care for that? Game whatever way you do you know it's not religion it's not I'm not preaching just. That energy is all of us. Yeah it isn't isn't everybody in your existence. You know part of the thing we need to do in this country it right now with all this struggle in this racism in this hate in this anger. is yet a behavior some of these people is is atrocious and wrong and everything else in they should be held accountable for it I get it. But to look. Let them be accountable for the behavior, but also understand that there's a person there. You know an inside that person I. believe there's at the buying energy. And that's where we have to go as as a country as a human race. Is that we all understand that and we connect to it. In J., evil actions they they've got to be held accountable we can't tolerate evil. But. But the person to that's a great stepping up point in a stepping up because I've got a conversation coming up with a guest. Talking about that exact area and really stoked a look at that. Yeah. That's always something. That in the back of my mind, the front of my mind at every part of my being is there you know, where is it that connection to that energy and it comes back to thinking to? That's where you know you've seen a lot of people that that are. More intelligent more experience with. Me with social issues or race issues claim to be an expert on just a just a man kind looking in flight I. think it all comes through that education of of how do we get people to think differently from a from a leadership perspective you know from from, you know somebody who grew up white in middle America to to somebody who grew up in the inner city. On. The of poverty or below it out how do we all? Get one another that things differently. You know because the people out of poverty think differently than the people that stay in it. Right the people in in a middle class or upper class white that really do good in service to other people think differently than the ones he just look and go man that's bad. That's bad. That's a that's a mess. They're. In. Judge it in now it's just I. Went for a run this morning at Continually think in my mind you know floating around in my mind this issue that we have in the world and certainly in the US. I just I just pray really. Now And it's something we have to be aware of is, how do we connect with that energy? How does that inner city radiate out to others and? So much of it becomes buried in our subconscious and sit you know we're on autopilot we have. That kind of self driving. Thomas Energy. Just bragging US forward drags we don't willfully put it out there. It's dragging US forward. Yeah. Yeah it's really the you know the education that needs to take place in I. Always. Pay attention to how can I see these things differently than I remember one of the stories that hit me was. A city not far from here outside, of Philadelphia, small city in has a component of some some poverty in some. Some bad people in that area and I remember I was at this school inner. Some inner city children went to the school in this one young man is one young child was really disengaged in. Just looking at him in a part of me but I wanted to in class and was sitting in the back and I wanted to say, Hey, man pay attention to the teacher. You know you've got a good opportunity here. I was kind of in that judgment. Not Talk to my friend who was who was teaching the class afterwards and I said, well, you know what? About what's going on there with that young man and he said Oh? Yea said he's in a real tough environment. He said his house was without a front door for about four to six weeks. No Front. Door on the house. And I just went note no front door at all a screen door and I'm like why? In the neighborhood down there that had no front door and it just really shifted how I saw that you know in nats what needs to take place in how we see things in how we can support one another. In learning and growing more towards love understanding of key is that love and understanding you know that begins with. Stopping to listen stopping to feel. Stopping connect with this guy what we deem woo energies. Yeah. True United States to me kind of confounding how so often. We pooh-pooh that away you know that whole element of Wu candidates. Yeah. Taboo stigmatized. Yeah. People just go off. You see all the bad behavior that. The the riots in the looting and everything atrocious behavior my get it and hold them accountable. But everybody just judges all those people there you know. But those people to they're trying to eliminate hate anger in their operating from a place of Hayden anger. So it's like how how do we educate them on that? How do we? Yeah, and it's you know it's it's certainly been going on for a long long time. You know it's not any one leader that in in the country or whatever. It's not be gold because that leader is here I think about how many times over my lifetime you know we've had things like this happen around the world and there's been many leaders in different positions. So whether whether you like a leader or not I'm not judging that but don't say this because that leaders in place now we have to work on on. In. Our race relations in our diversity. In on I I. Know I know. I. Do I'll continue to do it. We have to be responsible for that energy which we are putting out into the world yeah. So. True. May wisely major wisely with love and attention. We're going to do today. You know because without that, we miss that key connecting point. We create that anchor. We create the gap that puts us into that stuck point. Yeah. Love and understanding and I get where some people dismiss it as Wu and you know they want they want to bring the hammer on people. Get again. There's the accountability, right? So not I'm not saying just around and and let these people do. What? Axa behavior that are breaking the law now, they have to be held accountable for. You think if everybody woke up, it came from a place of love and understanding this world would be having. I have a quote in my own my office here on Earth there is no heaven but there are pieces of it. So If we can all get to that if they want to call it woo. Call whatever they want. But but you know I think you and I are on the same page that that's that's a move. More towards. In a more love and more understanding. You had that experience. that. Direct feeling of connection? To that source that love in like energy. Yes. How did that affect you coming back and? would. Require that now with. How that moves forward in life? Yeah. So it affected me coming back in a negative way because I was very mad at God for letting this happen, and then once I worked through that you know it's settled in on me that I was given a gift I was given the gift to know that when the human body stops, there is a part of you and energy that doesn't. And I would be very arrogant to look around and go. Well, I don't think those people you know they're going to die and they're just gonNA turn to dust there's no divine energy in them. Those spirit that's going to continue on its in all of us it's in the human race. So the gift it's been given to me in an no hurry to die again but there is a part of me you know curious to say. There if I kept going further. Because I I certainly got that experience in on. That's what I offer to people. You know you step out. You know we've all got the number of days that we've been. You know I think I'm like twenty, thousand, six, hundred or something out I end a lot of my talks. My webinars are that so everybody has you know go go online. Go Online. Five calculator anybody can find it. That and I'm going to share that in our show notes on the had be fun thing to look cat. Yeah, I would. When you look man, I'm I'm twenty thousand days. Alive. and. Minus. My little. I look. Thicker gift right now yeah right. They have been gift the days we've all been alive, but the the greater gift is as have ahead of us, you know so I look at that number twenty, thousand, six, hundred, hundred double that you give me two, hundred, twelve, I, Dunno has own happen. By that's that's what we got and that's what all ties back to to the the Oliver Wendell Holmes quote right about where you are where you are but where he headed. were. You headed you. Oh, there's nothing better than seeing these people in you know more mature older ages, sixty seventies, eighties in they're still. They still have that sense of aliveness, right? They're not just living in going through the motions. They have that sense of aliveness in its menu, get around an older person with that that's infection you. A great irony. In that eight minutes in a lot of ways. I'll let that message connect with whomever however. Eight minutes. Is Monumental eight minutes. Can become the greatest change. And it's the truth. It was a gift for sure how it was You know there was no sense of time for me for my my spirit at that point. I came back. I had no idea. What had transpired in the physical world because I wasn't there anymore you know I saw briefly and then. I, was gone. So how has that changed just your perception of time in general now on the other side. I don't know that it's really changed my perception of too much. Yeah. Yeah. In in just you know. Danny Baiter. The label of this physical human being. But but there's something inside a Danny Baiter that's that's more than Dante Baiter. I guess that's that's Kinda. The perspective that it has an ass sound strange to some people but I would just encourage him to. Sit with for a little while in them moment. Did you feel you got a perception of art infinite nece? Yes absolutely. That has to have a profound effect on your ability to wade life out your ability to allow life to come to you what It does. It does to a certain degree in kind of you know accept life when it unfolds yeah. I want to I want to control some albums right you. We have goals and we have visions in there some things that we certainly want to control on somebody in. Touch some not their yard owning them but really. Trying to heal them you know I've prayed for that. A lot and. Not. To this point I don't think I'd feel anybody from a physical perspective. But now. That energy is is really really powerful. And I. Think. I believe we can all do our best to tap into that. It makes. In the middle of all of that big profound moment, we see that. Connection Door. humanness come about we're having a little technical difficulty with that so. Are you are you there with me right now? That's all right. Halo. I'm good I'm sure where we Reconnect. A. The nature of the universe I I caught, you know like the the overriding big statement of of that interactions. I was just saying the downside again you know, I've said it a few times in our in our talk your Jeffrey? That did there is that certain energy in doing our best to tap into that It makes things better. And I think that says, everything we need to say about that. Well I thank you for this conversation. This has been fantastic I. appreciate you so much. Yeah. Thank you Jeffrey. I've enjoyed it man and I appreciate your your support of my work and my message and the books. Dow, we've got data on the website anybody wants to check that out. Cool out in find out on our website in our book club that would be great and yeah. So I I wish everybody who's listening all the best. Wish you lot of resilience in happiness and fulfillment in entrust. Thank you. I glazed, where can we go out and find you and connect with you Dan Great Yeah thank you the best place the website is www danny baiter dot com, and on their I've got my blog in my podcast and some of those t shirts that I spoke about. So if you're against your t-shirt person, he can check them out wide cast like you. I really try to have a try have some. Inspiring guests on there. So they could check me out there. Linkin instagram's underscore Danny Baiter facebook is Danny Baiter. So you could go out find out a little bit more in. Some of the things up to hear some of the castle that I speak with some great examples also of your keynotes up there, you know really enjoy looking through some of the video of your past keynotes also attend XP correct? Yeah Yeah. We did a tax for Young Grade School High School group that was called packing for the journey intense. Just Kinda you know kids always have backpacks. So I, use that analogy which her back back for the journey. So. Yeah Talk. Talk is awesome. Yeah. That's a fun when go out and check that out your check that out definitely will thank you sir I would love to have you back anytime. This has been such a pleasure and it is my honor to have you here my friend. Is My honor to be here I wish you all the best in keep up the good work our world needs my friend, LAG Weisser. Thank, you very much gotTa take care. Take care. You simply counting the days of your life or truly making the days of your life. Count, one thing to know and understand what we stand for. But our greatest resilience is rooted in knowing which direction we are moved in understanding how we show up in the world. Are we move forward? Error experiences ultimately shapes they leave US indelibly changed. All of life is an experiment more experiments. We make the bed live by the drop ask yourself in my living or am I being alive? 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#WhoWouldWin: Hawkman vs. Green Goblin

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#WhoWouldWin: Hawkman vs. Green Goblin

"The green goblin Norman, Osborn searches for metal. It's a power, his skis. Fifties gone. Paying job Latin. Meanwhile, the is of the hawk rest upon the mad killer. Doing here to take you in now, the resurrecting hawk man takes on the grinding green goblin in another. Welcome to another episode of who would win. I show that completely ignores anything. And I mean anything important happening in the world and instead focuses on a fictional battle between two characters with WorldCom and SCI fi and fantasy. I'm your host James Gadsden as always I'm joined by my co host Jason in our amazing moderator, crystal, the perfect storm. Before I go any further, there is some controversy within the who would win community Jay. Would you care to explain? Well, I'm currently not speaking to you, James, but I guess I will have to explain so crystal, please tell James that last week during the dot ahrq versus beast. Boy debates that public opinion is clearly on the side that he violated the sacred who would win rules of debates listening ears. James, Jay would like to know that he thinks that a couple of tweets mean that you have violated the who would win rules because of last week's debate venture translating. I heard jaytalkingwbz a series of clicks. Whistles could understand, but luckily your to tell me what you hear your engineer, feel free to translate this to Jane whichever way you need to. I actually found that there was a real split between people who thought that was not legit or not a call in those actually agreed with our moderators decision. Now, just to let everyone know we were debating beast boy versus doc. Jay was kicking my, but during the debate he really was and I threw a hail Mary and I said, well, what happens by bringing not dot, but superior superior octopus, crystals new favorite name of a superhero and who say, and I kind of eat out a win in the eyes of crystal. So after. Her pondering this. I think I've come up with a new rule. I wanna run by a new who had win rule for both j. myself and for you. Crystal. All right. Here we go. When we stay a battle and we stayed the names of each character. We have to stay with that iterating of that character. And we cannot allow upgrade if you will, such doc when superior octopus it has to stay as doc. That's it. And then if we want to add a timeframe, we can, but SP mutually defined agreed upon, what do you think that that rule, Jason crystal, please tell Jane's that his deodorant is very offensive to the to the smell and least used the owner. Anything's that his breath frightens away small children and that I think this new ruling will is basically what I've been arguing all along is how we should do things. James mentioned the war machine version of punisher that I used in another episode. And that would probably fall under this ruling as well. Even though it was a different name but still Frank castle. So what do you say to that? James, if it's would that also disqualified, Frank castle is being war-machine since he was still going around saying, I'm Frank castle on the punisher, correct. Here's why, because that kind of upgrade is not native to of the punisher. So for example, this goes back to our battles where I remember captain marvel versus Zam and we were going back and forth, and you said captain marvel has kind of upgrade show super sane and dragon ball, z or super style insurance into this call. Noah who's much more powerful than the already really powerful cap tomorrow night, talented out with saying sham can access, you know, in become the the wizards Suzanne, the most harmful or one was proper wizards all throughout the DC universe. So after while this kind of builds on ridiculous upgrade. Power upgrades in return cetera. So that's why we kind of keep this in a very narrow folks indeed. And in addition to that, every character, if you go long enough is going to have some Opie super version that you know it's going to crop up. It makes it hard to debate when you're at one level and then suddenly there's a different level. I think we've run into that with what about wonder, woman taking off the bracelets. You know what she does that so infrequently and I researched this after. I think that's also just native to the new fifty two. That may not even be thing anymore in DC rebirth in current DC comics continuity. So I'd say I would. I would have disqualified that I can't even keep track of all this. I really can't. It's it's difficult. So that's why this rule is important, and it's also going to be important when we, you know, branch out and start doing some live shows as well, correct. It's gonna be really important for audience to know what to expect from us and how to vote because we'll have. A moderator, but the judge will be you the audience. And one thing about that. We decided through the vote that we had on Twitter. We actually decided on we Nassar last week, captain America vs, Batman. I wonder explain that. Now we had Star Trek versus Star Wars is a possible battle. We had Justice league versus the adventures we had Goku vs superman. And the reason why we took captain America vs Batman is because we only have ninety minutes at most for the show. And if we'd started going through power levels, superman vs Goku, never mind, Star Wars versus Star Trek or Justice league versus ventures. That was a different one. We really, really would not have anywhere near enough time to do any of those battles Justice. So we definitely wanna do that. That's picked captain America vs Batman. Indeed, I don't even know the logistics of arguing Star Trek versus Star Wars. Is it like the entire universe goes to war with each other, like down to the background characters. I mean. I, it's, I think we would need like a maybe like a Netflix series that people could binge to go into that kind of debate. Oh my God. It would be like sit in Genoa team up, you know, using everything the empire and the first order, and you know all the peoples at center at center against Star Trek from the next generation, the zone of on. You could simplify that for a chance encounter. Although if you did, I think I think Star Trek would lose bubble little if you said like the enterprise, all of a sudden landed on core Amman and then took it from there. Maybe you could debate in ninety minutes. We could set down some parameters and I have to your. Yeah, otherwise you wouldn't be a whole. It would be a whole Netflix season, not a bad idea. That's an excellent idea. But until we get that you'd have to set down some very specific parameters, a very argh. I so give us your thoughts on all this gives your thoughts on the new ruling. I think it's gonna be a good one. And j you know, I. Almost take last week's battle as a complement. Oh, yeah, limpid this way I had really nothing. Nothing you lose good day sir. And I had it was it was a desperation throat. It was that. Was it all I had not mean in barely works is more like a my hat is off to you with great debating skills, and I'm like, oh my God, damn by, you know, six points. I got one chance better, throw it. So it was one of those lucky things. So with that being said, it's about that time, Jay, please do us the honors in announced today's matchup. Representing the more full universe of famed industrialist with an explosive laugh. Norman Osborn, the green goblin. And representing the DC universe and Indiana Jones with angel wing who dies and resurrects more than Kenny. He's walkman. He does die and resurrect a whole lot is crazy anyway, let's get to the tail capable of our combatants today. See on the tape is brought to you by who would win shirts, except imitations. Find the official who would win shirt on Amazon by typing in hashtag who would win. Jay, please give us the important details on green gobble. The incarnation of my character will be Norman Osborn of the six one six mainstream marvel universe. Norman, first appeared in amazing spider man. As you fourteen in July of nineteen sixty four Norman is known for serving as spider-man's greatest vote primarily for killing Glenn. Stacey kidnapping. The real aunt may for years and replacing her with an actress with modified DNA who he then killed off to mess with Peter Parker. He engineered the years long clone saga again, just. Mess with Peter Parker by sending hundreds of clones to meet him valuing the daily bugle just to mess with Peter Parker secretly taking over New York City by hacking spider-man's technology in order to mess with Peter Parker, except that happened to be dot op in Peter's body. His general powers a brilliant and wealthy scientist industrialists and engineer Norman Osborn. I developed the goblin serum based on notes from his colleagues at odds court. This serum provided Norman with superhuman levels of strength, durability and also had the side effect of sending him into deep spiraling. Madness Norman strength level is slightly higher than Spiderman, putting him in the fifteen to twenty ton weight class. The goblin serum provides him with a healing factor, allowing him to heal from normal wounds, quickly and mortal wounds over long periods of time. The serum essentially grants him immortality. As long as his head isn't shopped off as the goblin Norman wears chainmail body armor that is capable of absorbing small-calibre firearms and surviving explosions. He flies on the highly maneuverable goblin glider, and the glider contains a litany of weapons compared to the arsenals of many small countries. Norman also carries a bag of tricks with him filled with his trademark pumpkin bombs guess bombs razor, bats, and a whole lot more above all Norman's. Most dangerous weapon is his brain, and an interesting fact it. This is often forgotten that in the first appearance, the green goblin did not use his trademark fat glider in amazing spider man, fourteen. Instead, he flew a mechanical witches, broom, and he wrote it. Of which style with the broom between his legs. This issue was also special because it aside from being the first appearance of the green goblin, it did not totally take place in New York City. Instead Spiderman traveled to Hollywood for the making of a spider man film and the green goblin also flew from New York to Hollywood apparently on the broom the entire way, a distance of one thousand two hundred seventy three miles and gripping the broom the whole time and the cover to that issue also read, he's the most sinister. Most dangerous photo Spiderman has ever thought. Don't ask how Stanley Ardy new this in nineteen sixty four, but he was absolutely right. Very cool. So one question I always thought Norman Osborn was listed at nine tonnes in terms of what he can lift or press easily illicit fifteen. Well, here's the problem with listings. Aside from them being total crap is that Norman's goblin serum gives him strength if not equal. He's slightly stronger than spider man. And most of their encounters, he's able to fight him on an even plane. He's able to sometimes overpower him. So you gotta go by the feats and Spiderman is well above nine tons. I mean, when he's pressed, he can even stronger so Norman at the very least is equal to spider strength. A simple. Yes. When suffice the explanation. Very cool. And here are the details for hawk man. Now, hop was created by Gardner FOX, Dennis medal, and I appeared in flash HAMAs number one polish in January nineteen. Forty. Several incarnations of hot men have appeared in DC comics. All of them characterized by the use of our. Archaic weaponry and by large artificial wings attached to a harness made from the special end metal that allows white mos- incarnations of Hoffman were closely with a partner or romantic interest name, hot girl or hot woman. Hop man is either depicted as human archaeologist Carter hall the modern day reincarnation of ancient Egyptian prince named coup or as an ailing police officer Qatar hall from the planet Thana guard. The character is generally regarded as having the most confusing backstories of any character DC comments due to a series of reinventions over the years following DC's nineteen eighty five series crisis on infinite earth. Now, all Canadians of hawk man used that fictional night or metal to defy gravity and eleven apply the medals in their costumes. Belts boots in Wayne's, its ability to controlled mentally and their wings allow them to control the flight though they can be flapped through use of shoulder motions off men's wings, unparalleled maneuverability, and able to reach airspeed of two hundred twenty five miles per hour during regular plight and up to five hundred miles. Our went in a dive bomb where he's described as being able to hit a target as hard as a missile. Now, Albers Potman preferred archaic weaponry, particularly maces nets, spears and shields. However, he still also uses futuristic weapons and armor from a planet Fanta gar. Additionally, this weaponry is typically create a release for metal, giving it properties in capabilities far beyond that of normal weapon. And here's an interesting fact about hawk man, did you know that the war and hawk men have something in common is true on top being powerful warriors who love to fight. It also turns out that hawk men's Mace just like doors, hammer Muleya will return to hawk man after he throws it. Let's hawk man's quote unquote kick Asri level just went up and now you have the facts on both opponents crystal. Do you have any questions or concerns before we get started? No, I like that you guys were both very clear about what characters were debating and I'm ready. I one little thing I need to clear up so JJ. No, I'm actually arguing Qatar hall from Thana gar. As opposed to. And that's even confusing because he still has like passing carnations so, but it'll be mostly from Santa guard that Hoffman is from. Okay. All right. So let's do this j. please proceed with your first. So the first thing I need to do before I get into my fantastic and intelligently named point. Number one, I gotta give a shout out to some friends who helped me with this debate because as James already said, hawk man's history is so confusing. And after last week's off gate, I was expecting James to come out with all these curve ball, incarnations and stories. And I looked at hawk man and just didn't know where to begin. So fans of Hotman that we're a friends with and good fans of the show that would be a Ryan from the nerd rage podcast, and our longtime friend and listener Sinjin. Thank you guys and. Let me get now into my points. Number one. All right. Crystal, you're gonna love this one. What is it? You said about the names of my points. They're excellent, and they make me laugh will point number one is called hawk man sucks. I realized at a very early age that hawk man sucks came when I was watching Cartoon Network. They were playing the Hanna Barbera super friends. And there's an episode of this super friends where superman goes to attend a parade in his honor and hawk man is just kinda there in the background wondering if anybody notices him. Well, then some super villains at that moment did something to change the time line. So superman never came to earth, and there was never a superman, then the timeline changes, and it becomes hawk man day in hot man's parade, and he's waving, and he's smiling and me as a kid. I'm watching this and I realize hawk man is so lame that they had to literally array superman from the time line just to give this guy a parade. So I don't mean to be a hater. Okay, I don't. I just, I don't get hawk man. He's a guy with like no shirt. These Peter Pan green pants and big bird wings. Like if he was a comedy character, if he was like the orig-. Harvey Birdman attorney at law. Awesome. But he's basically the opposite of Birdman. DC has taken Hotman and they've turned him whether it's Cates are hall or Carter hall or whatever the hall you wanna call him. DC is turned him into a flying wolverine, and he is always reincarnating, dying and coming back. And I know that he has a loyal following of fans that are probably getting ready to Barbie. Right now. Nobody take this personally. Okay. I just don't get it. This is me how does affect the battle, his inconsistencies stretch to his incarnations, his origins and his power levels. See, halt man was depicted for these decades as a strong human near peak level, strength and fan, a fan of Gary had similar levels of strength. So in theory, he should still be at that level because he's a reincarnated human or he's a fan of Garin alien depending on the version. In this case. Bene- Ghar, but he's got this inthe metal stuff. And if you wanna make a fun game out of today's show, everybody just like shout out lazy writing every time. James appeals to the power of metal for his points. But because that's what the middle is a shortcut for halt man's get really bad ass. It's a vague fictional metal that is possibly ancient magic or maybe it's an alien metal, who knows. I don't know. The only thing for sure is that it can serve any purpose in the story, and James will try to take these arguments to make halt man sound more like he's superman and you know, that's not James's faults. That's what DC does to make hawk man, edgy cool. And basically what they've done is they've turned him into DC's flying wolverine. So I will no longer refer to halt men for this debate as hawk man, because the true hawk man died years ago from acute lameness. And did. Resurrect. So for the sake of this debates, I shall dub him wing Verena. Crystal art. James is going to tell you that this intital has a form of sentence that can protect wing Verena from all these injuries, but then also heal his injuries. If he's got this perfect protection, what is there to heal from? For instance, wing Verena Walston arm in battle kinda recently, it took a lot of time, but it regroup back somehow because of the medal in his body. I don't know how metal can cause you to regain limbs, but that worked. So that's great and all. But if in medal is so powerful, why'd you lose your arm in the first place? And like James says, it also works in his weapons. Most of which like James says, are based on our k. and ancient weaponry. But sometimes even those weapons go as wild and over the top as he does. But the thing is it's called his strength levels to go. So over the board and anything that's inconsistent. You just blame the IMF metal. I mean, wing Verena has been this addiction Phero an Indiana Jones archaeologist. He's been an alien and an internet fan, boy stalker thousands of years for us to do. You can write a little long. He's constantly reincarnated across time and space in a universe that gets rebooted every few years anyway. So the versions of wing Verina are so convoluted that at one point alternate versions of this character even exist at the same time, and it's all because of a magic metal. So that's why my point number one is that wing Verena stinks because this medal was supposed to make him super cool and edgy, but it made him something else drop the mic nerd out. Well, okay. James, please. I sorry, I fell asleep at minute. Number two woke up, fell asleep again, admitted number six and decide. I don't know what he said. I did hear that. You ask some people online or through Twitter, listen to the show about their opinion on this battle in your country as the authorities on this which they've got smell joint. Will I also ask people about this battle saying that you at green goblin? I had a Hawkeye are hawk managed say, and what they told me. And I quote, I said, I can't believe they actually answer this. They said, in terms of who wins, this are feeling this Jay looks like someone who had a sex dream about a horse were just saying when everyone's thinking. I don't know what that has to do with this or not. But you mentioned a lot of points, I think wasn't really paying attention for what hawk men could be may not be is, isn't the reality is he's everything you said plus a whole lot more. And I agree with you hot ban hasn't really gotten the respect that he deserves. I also think that DC comics hasn't really been sure what to do with him as a character. You know, is he a reincarnated personnel person from ancient Egypt? Is yet Vanna Garin police officer? Is he both somehow? Is he none of that? So let me kind of just say, again, I'm gonna go from the fan of guard perspective. That seems to be a very common thing with them over the past, what twenty years and Algo head start. And this is a lot of people forget a lot people think hot man's just, you know, a person. Who has wings confli, but really, Mike number one is Hochman is super human, and that's something really a lot of people didn't know just completely forget understand why, but that's there. So first of all, Hoffman has super hand senses of sight and hearing which allows them to hear and see things moving at high speeds in year. Now Fanta gar which is where I'm going with this Hoffman's home. Planet has a research. It has raised gravity than earth because of that are naturally stronger than humans because they are gap into it similar to how you know we talked about it lands in how often is data to DC creek pressures report stronger length. However, just like off minutes, no, regular Atlantan Hochman is no regular, regular Thana, Gary in one Justice society issued during the new fifty two era a collapsing walls about the fall in the green arrow in character named Pandora in Hoffman caught the wall on the way Dan that was falling and lifted up off them in putting away in the wall weighed. Well, over ten. Tons. The reason I know is because I actually did the math with up how much like you know that stuff way to the end. It was waiting about ten point eight times so he can lift well over that that puts him in the same league, at least strength wise as Osborne, however, was even more remarkable than hawk men's drink in. It's not that he's at super levels who set for some reason. He has been written with this ridiculous durability, so hot bent. His taken punches in various attacks from black Adam, who's in the same class of power. Superman. He's also bought logo hand to hand twice. In other words, he's taken punches from logo in has hit level hard enough to hurt him back his even taking on superman head on end survived somehow often before you blackout, I want you to know. I wish it didn't have to be like this before I blackout. I, I don't understand how physics work all the time, but I'm just saying what's written so hot, powerful enough endurable up to take on powerhouses such as black Adam logo and superman while the same time being stronger Lee. Same classes from goblins. He clearly has official tools to beat him or norm Osborne, whomever, geez, about two percent. All right, ready for the title of point number two. All right. Well, in a moment, first off James, you forgot that his name is a wing Verena not hawk man. And Secondly, there's a few points. I I kind of object crystal to James applying like real world physics and outside math to come up with that ten on measurements of a wall. Hold on. So you don't. You don't. No problem with people. He knew had sexually about a horse. That's not a problem, but the strength displayed in the comic book you've done first of all, my complicated relationship with MRs EDNA is nobody's business, but those in my dreams and yes, I do have an issue with the real world application because you've tried this on another show. It was are Batman beyond episode where you try to do some math that you it wasn't that you that did it, but you pulled some math off one single episode of Batman beyond to say that somehow Terry mcginnis lifted fifty tonnes or whatever. The crazy number was when all of that was inconsistent with the character. So I just don't see how we can apply those real world physics, but I will agree that halt man. Strength is just so inconsistently depicted. It's hard to argue you mentioned low, but that was the new fifty two logo, which was the same logo. Oh, that you argued against from the standpoint that that logo was taken down by Monday explosives. So Lobo is a almost as an inconsistent character as hot man. I mean, wing marine so close that was actually a different that was when the rebirth Lobo came out, whichever logo it was. He's not consistently depicted. I mean low. You can't use logo as a measure because he's never written the same way twice. And you know, regular wolverine has beaten Lobo without his at Amancio if we wanna go there. But in any events that that was your argument from our previous logo episode that I couldn't use Lobo superman strength levels because of those other depictions. So I'm just kinda throwing that back. Let me just get into my point number two. I'm just going to have to agree that it's before you do get into point number two. I just want to kind of clarify your counterpoint here. So are you saying that he can't lift. Tons or it's just confusing as to what he can. Actually, it is very confusing as to what he can actually do. And again, like I've asked the halt man fans not so much because they're thorns. But I mean, I think they know their stuff, but it's just because it's so hard to figure out. I'm going to say that I, if I'm being generous, I'd say halt man is in the two ton to five tonne level, and that's pushing it. As far as the black atom example. I don't know the context of the details other than he more or less survived and he's he's able to hit blackout them very hard. I've actually got some other examples in terms of strength, but with your permission, crystal, I'm gonna go onto my point number two now get get off my soapbox. I got that out. I said what I needed to say. Let's talk about the actual fights. Let's talk about arsenals. Now, point number two, Norman Osborn. We've already talked about the goblin serum that provides him with this seriously, enhanced physical strength. He is as strong if not slightly stronger than Spiderman. And after talking with the wing Doreen fans, we ate and couldn't come to a consensus about his strength. We finally agreed that taking all these incur nations into account that he is a character. That's really just a lot like iron fist in the sense that he can hit way harder than he can lift. Now, it's kind of what Ryan and I decided so what he often goes up against characters way stronger than him, but that whole magic inthe metal lets him hit harder. So when pressed, you know, wing Veran can lift anywhere up to two tonnes. Norman Osborne has nearly ten times that strength, however, gob as enhanced strength for endure ability. They're kind of. Often forgotten, and that's because of his amazing arsenal and his bag of tricks. Now for the most part wing Verena's flying may lay fighter that uses these archaic weapons primarily his Mace. He's a close up guy. Osborne is a technological genius. So crystal, this fight is basically like the iron age meets the modern age in some ways. Now, as the goblin Osborn is never far away from his Greider. It is highly maneuverable. It is fast. It can outstrip the Volkers speed. It routinely tags Spiderman or is just too fast for Spiderman to keep up with. And that's noteworthy because of the spider sense. No, Spiderman often receives pre cognitive warnings that goblin is coming, but even with is in Hance to jewelry and dangerous since he can't get out of the way in time. Wing Verena. Nth metal also somehow gives him a danger warning sense. So you know that's relevant. They're the glider is kind of perfect for this fights because Osbourne built it for aerial combats. He has mastered it. He is as skilled as any pilot on earth or in space. In marvel the green goblin, he's mapping if not flex. This quieter has heat-seeking and smart missiles machine-guns extending blades a flame thrower and pumpkin bomb dispensers launchers the glider is uniquely suited to take on wing Verena with these bombs talking with Sinjin a bit. We agree that the bombs were probably the best course of action for fighting somebody with a healing factor because he can heal quickly with the IMF metal, but that won't matter very much if he gets blown apart and the weaponry on the glider it doesn't miss. It's guided so he can launch full payloads and even though wing Verena highly agile and he can definitely dodge some, you just can't dodge a full exploding payload of dozens of smart bombs. This glider is also very dangerous at close range because I know that there's a lot of speed involved here, but let's say wing 'boring manages to get past. This entire payload and gets close to the glider. The glider has surprises. It's got flame exhaust. That will barbecue if he gets anywhere near it. Now the atom once talked about of the healing factor, and he said that it would take to third degree burns before wing Doreen would notice, and the flame exhaust is hot enough to melt flesh from bone. So we're all good there. He can't regenerate from becoming a skeleton, which is something we saw free floating in space in the death of Potman story line. This glider is also capable of self destructing. So if he tries to grab it or disable it, it's gonna blow up in his bird. No space Sinjin was suggesting to me that the best method for Norman defeats are win. The battle was similar to how a dead pool defeated death stroke in one of our past shows, I argued that dead pool could simply defeat death, stroke by detonating a whole. A bunch of explosives and dropping a structure on top of death stroke, and then getting away safely. And the same thing could happen here only much easier because Norman can lead a wing Verena to a large structure launch a payload on all the support walls and columns and just leave him buried beneath tons of rubble. And eventually he would die and reincarnate and we would go onto another convoluted story. I thought that was a great idea from Sinjin. I had some other ideas and this just goes to show you how diverse the arsenal is that our Osborne's disposal. Osborn developed a tactic that he used against Spiderman where the exhaust from his glider filled the Ponant sloan's with unbreathable smoke. This worked against spider man and nearly killed him in amazing spider man, thirty nine, and that IMF medal is really cool. But you know, tar still has to breathe. There's also these vague rules. That's the inth metal requires wing Doreen to be conscious for its conscious for its work. So you could also put k. tar to sleep and then just, you know, shoot him in a vital area and he's not coming back from that until he reincarnates well, it just so happens that Norman has an extremely potent narcotic gas. It is so potent that it can take out an entire room of people and put them to sleep, including molten man who has extra thick molten alloy skin, but still fell asleep in three panels. So putting Kedar to sleep and then blowing him up would also. Be effective, but to finish this point, that's not even the best method. Okay. So KTAR has lived thousands of lifetimes and has all these reincarnations depending on the writer. His mental state is often in question and over the years, the characters are actually become more volatile, angry, and violence. So Osborne can use that to his advantage with his hallucinogen guests that he carries with him. He's had many versions over the years. One version and amazing spider man, ninety seven calls Spiderman to immediately start seeing allusions. Another version, spectacular, Spiderman one eighty one call Spiderman, two straight up. Believe he was insane and caterer is really not far from insanity. Anyway, if he starts seeing allusions and gets his mind, all twisted. Maybe thinking he's back in one of his past lives. Norman won't even have to try to beat him anymore. He let him fall victim to his insanity, fly away. I safely or just use that opportunity to finish him off in so many ways. And that is my point number two. I'm going to be real, which I liked point number two better than point number one. Well, you know, point number one was more or less. I had to state my piece about his character. We got to get it off your chest. I'm glad you did. We got beef going back a long way to my super friends days. I understand. I understand. Again, so much. I disagree with so much disagree with what Hartmann which, hey, Jay, how how fast does the goblin glider travel at what's the Mets? All right. I already know that KTAR is faster, but it's not that much of a trade off. I have got the glider is capable and in even get to give you the reading yet. How can I be incorrect. You just want you said, here's the thing. So the glider can go at ninety miles per hour. It's more like one hundred Bank can go. I I keep Assad ninety miles per hour, three different places. But let's say it's a hundred and fifty at regular speeds. Hochman can hit two fifty when he just flying. But when he goes into combat type of speed, he can hit up to five hundred miles per so the five hundred miles per hour sounds very impressive. But that's a dive bomb. You've seen birds do a dive bomb right there basically falling in one direction. So yes, he could do that. But again, Norman's agility and his own. I forgot to mention. He's got sensors in his mask would definitely alert him to that and he'd be able to use his maneuverability. I'm not denying halt up Cates ours aerial superiority though, and it's not just superiority. It's it's like unite. Going to the gym bench press, say, I don't know a hundred pounds as at all. I'll do quite a bit more. It's not like it's really comparible, right? It's a joke about it that the speed is completely different. You have someone who standing on something that gliding through the air flies through the air, and he drives it by somehow leanings, I decided, when have you and you know, maybe using some components or buttons left, whatever versus someone who's been training for decades on how to fly with his wings. On top of many other factors, it's not even parable the aerial superiority. It's not even close, but I really impressed that you kid research by asking Ryan was from nerve rage Ryan from nerve age and Sinjin question. Did you do any research? I did one hundred percent, but I wanted to speak to some Hotman fans more or less just determine like, is this the correct understanding? Because I honestly don't know, and I don't have two years to study the continuity for the debates quick aside, and this is something. Kind of, I know we forget the problems of everyday life, but Sinjin let me know that he is in the path of hurricane Florence and may be without power for a few days. So he's a great listener. He's been a great listener from the beginning. I don't know when he'll get to listen to this, but I hope everybody will keep him in their thoughts. Very cool. Definitely a great guy. He's helped you debate helping debates and we definitely want the best for absolutely no argument there. Okay. Let me just kind of go onto my nationals. I think this is going to really help you actually before he could do that was the drinking game. Whenever I mentioned yet, metals. Okay. Get ready to get drunk Zo with with the. My advice to you. Start drinking heavily. Right? Go ahead. Have some much with metal, it's reactive, and it doesn't count on a hawk man as us Qatar, holler dressing civilian clothes without or whatever it will react on its own. There's a really cool panel where of bomb thrown at this woman hot out Qatar, Hallward whenever jumps in the way to take the brunt of it. You see the explosion next panel, the arms all over Qatar, like hawk man in a way to protect him from the blast. Like he didn't know where was gonna go. It just went to where needed to be. So when you say like bombs fire, etc. The metal Telecell jeopardize had high this great moonshine that he it'll go to wherever it's needed to go. It's like a force field or shield that only goes wherever the bullet or wherever it is is needed. Whereas the hit the body in terms of smoke gas, all kind of good stuff yet young, the mental actually. Into armor throughout his whole body as well, if needed it sentient it thinks zone j. you're absolutely correct. It's ridiculous. It just does it though. So the really cool arsenal that green goblin has as awesome as it is, and I'm actually banned regardless. It's not gonna do that much to Hochman simply because he metal will protect them the whole time. Okay. Now let's go to my point number two, and I'm gonna talk about overall superiority. So hop has overall superiority with fighting flight, an weapons, and j it's so funny that you brought up will rain because financially a little while ago, maybe two months ago, whom I thought was DC equivalent to wolverine and it took me a while figured out, but I really agree with you that the closest quits will reign. These universes actually hawk net, a big about hopping. It has a lot of the same style of savagery willingness to fight, but unlike will bring when he goes into his reserve rate, man retains a bit more control, not much mind you, but still a little bit more so hot man, I think is arguably. One of DC comics, biggest bad, asses. Another note, I also think hawk man has the highest pain tolerance in the DC universe. 'cause you'll allow to get shot or whatever, and you'll feel the pain certain through his body knows the medals working every like I'll be okay pretty soon. So hop loves to fight. The real interesting about Hotman is how much training is he had when it comes to fighting and he mind that he is trained in martial arts in combative styles on his home. Planet of Thana. Gar for decades appears not that much different from back on vinegar more earthbound. Of course that means he knows how to use martial arts and weaponry that center around his ability to fly and uses wings both shields and super-strong striking weapons. And of course he knows how to fight like a monster even when he's not flying. Overall, Ashley green, goblin Norman Osborn is actually a is really a very underrated as a fighter. However, still isn't coming close the biting Billy Potman who's a trained warrior to the highest degree. Additionally, hawk man knows how to use his. Speed in flight as a weapon. I already mentioned how he can dive bomb to dive maneuver in, reached the five hundred miles and strike a target with the same impacts missile. And again as maneuverable green God, when is on his glider, he's really maneuverable. He is nothing compared to hop manage firms of what he can do. Air health ASI implying how many memorable he is. Again, Jay said it hot band is far superior in the air, which is also by the way his natural habitat kind of air supremacy between this. You obviously goes to hawk man, and you know, on top of a distraction with super speed type of plate from every unexpected angle imaginable. And when it comes to weapons, hot men has some of the best in all comments. So he has his Mace made out of medal, take another sip that it can commanded change, diversely any other weapon. He wants and one of the cool weapons he uses, it's called the claw of Horace and a weird name, but it's been used a few times over like the past twenty years. Five years ago, it's constructed metal in superman, Batman book. Number one was public enemy's hop used it to temporarily stops superman. He used the metal in the claw to channel the earth's gravitational field as explain the superman. He said, essentially, I just hit you with a planet so he could easily do that. So the green goblin in that would completely mess him up. So superior fighting abilities match the superior ability to fly combativity as well as intimate weaponry hawk man outclasses the green goblin in a number of areas compatibly. That's my point. Jay before you before you get into your counterpoint. This is amazing character. I have a question about this anthem because you said something James, that confuse me for a moment. So this metal will protect him from a bomb, but will protect him from a bullet. Let him get shot, but then just he'll him no protect them from a bullet. It's okay. Got it. Got it. So this metal will just, okay, so it was like his little his armor. Got it. I got, you know what's funny. It's like it's ridiculous. It's ridiculous, but it's there in read it over and over again at the mental kind of forming wherever needed to gut it. Got it. Okay. Won't be driving tonight. Nowhere to drive to since you know, short Landy is only about twenty feet. That's because you can't afford a car to. All right. So James, that was a great point. You definitely dropped some great knowledge on a halt man, aka wing Verena. And I, I gotta ask a couple of things though. Before I move onto my third point in regards to the claw of Horace that to my knowledge, help me out here was the public enemy's halt man, KTAR or Carter my understanding is that who was the fan of Garin. All right. Well, now I'm more confused than other ever. Long story short. I don't think the claw of Horace would be in this battle. It's not part of his standard equipment and the intimate can't become the claw of Horace. It is a relic that is made of inthe metal, but it was from it was owned by Khufu or whatever the first, yeah, I'm not even a try. The first incarnation of Carter hall Hotman classic, and. The flash had to run back in time to get it, brought it back to the future and gave it to the current hot man. And then it's been used like maybe two or three times cents. That's my understanding and I didn't even think it belonged to the of Gary in one to be honest, this any more difficult. So the cloth Horace would not be something that he just has on him in chance encounters what I'm trying to say. You know what? You know what I'm gonna give you that I'm gonna give you that. So when I will counter with that is that his end metal has been able to create weaponry and I'll talk about this more later that affects superman class. Yeah, like I said before, he can hit harder than he can lift and I and I get that the crystal may be after that whole point of the magic of the int- metal, you kinda get where I was coming from my point number one after I've been having to research this and figure out what int- metal can do. It basically can do whatever the story requires. So that it sounds like, yes, it doesn't make any sense because if it's this impenetrable, perfect armor, why does it need to also be a healing factor? He's lost limbs. He's been stabbed. He's been hurt. He's bled. It doesn't stop sometimes except when it does. My understanding is it depends on the severity of the attack or whatever's hitting. All right. Well, I, I don't know. It's lazy writing. So let's talk about something that's not lazy, and that's my point number three. That Norman Osborn is the frequent puppet master. So we've already talked about how Norman has strength. He's got the durability. He's got this incredible arsenal, but you already mentioned that KTAR ours. True strength is an aerial combat, and it's in the skies fighting what is Norman's natural habitat in greatest power. It's working behind the scenes as a mastermind. It's his brain. The has every contingency placed, right? Norman Osborn is smarter than doctor octopus. He's probably on par with lex Luthor. And I would say he's more dangerous than the joker because he's a complete an incurable psychopath as Spiderman once said that Norman Osborn does nothing without a reason. He is constantly running scheme. Teams and plans in his Ed. Some of them are on the spur of the moment, like in the course of a battle like this one, others take years and he has unlimited patients. Extreme intelligence and massive resources normally carries things out from the shadows and before you know it, he's already got you. So that's where wing Verena is going to have some problems. Sinjin mentioned in conversation. He says, you're really lucky that you're not having to debate against hawk girl, and this may seem contradictory after my first point. But I love hot girl and it's mostly because of her depiction on Justice league and Justice league unlimited. But when they finally brought a Carter hall in those shows, I was not happy. I was glad at how they treated him this almost secondary character, and she chose green lantern over him anyway. You don't even know me. I digress singe syndrome. Why do you say that? And he says, well, hot halt girl. She may not be quite as strong and brute strength as halt man, but she's just better. She doesn't fall into these bloodlust rages, like he does and like James, like you said, kind of in your last point, they try to make him in quivalent to wolverine. So when he goes into these blood rages, he acts like a Sparrow that's trying to fight against a brick wall by flying headfirst into it. He does stupid things and makes mistakes. Once he got blood listed and went head to head with superman and superman was suffering from kryptonite poisoning yet still beat them up with four of his weakest punches. I don't know where magic medal was there, but whatever Osborne is a master manipulator. I gave his rap sheet already in the tale of the tape, but where he really throw. Thrives is making people do what he wants. What I. On guiding loyalty. Oh, the dying guy. That's really one of his lesser known abilities. He was able to manipulate beings far stronger than him into doing what he wants like the the century, the most powerful man, possibly in marvel. He manipulated on their first meeting when he formed the dark of injures. He manipulated the United States government's into giving him control of shield. You imagine that worked out well, and he was actually able to manipulate Gwen Stacy during the very controversial sins past storyline into fathering children for him. Guilty and. Very guilty. I hate to even talk about that story, but it is way to make its enor-. It's a Norman episode. Okay. I, I mean, I don't know. You can let me know if this needs to be cut later, whatever, but Norman, like seduced her with some kind of powerful, goblin musk, and then. Acquired from the lake of short. I, I don't know how to describe it. I hate this storyline and then he later killed her. And yet you're just I have to because it's just goes to show you how someone who found him completely repulsive was the father of one of her best friends. And she just for no apparent reason, false for him and has two children with them. And then he throws her off a bridge. So all that was to say that his his genius level, I q his complete disregard for human life. He can easily manipulate Kedar into this bloodless state because it doesn't take much and just trickle into falling into a trap that might mean leading him into a subway, not the restaurant, but one of his underground favourite locations that Norman often hangs out in and then just bring the subway down on top of him. He could lead them into water, get him wet, and then hit him with multiple electrical blasts from his gloves which he has by the way, all ten thousand volts for every blast shoot 'em with that. There are thousands of specific plans that Norman can form on the fly pun intended, but because that's just the way works. So the main purpose of my third point here is that wing Doreen is someone easily. Manipulated by emotions and Norman Osborn is the most potent manipulator of emotions possibly in the whole damn history of literary fiction. That's my third points. I a. I liked everything about the point with the roof. 'cause I was wondering if you were going to like, say that the green goblin could like convince the hall guided have his babies aren't. But other than that it was. It was a good point. All right. Let's get you. You didn't see the amalgam series called goblin hawks because that's exactly how it started. No, no, I don't. I, this is. I mean, sometimes I feel like I'm missing out because I don't read comics and then I'm like, no, maybe not maybe maybe not so much. Okay. I mean, if the donkey and the dragon from shipwreck. Again, I mentioned this before no-one checkout. Jason wins rally history. It was research for a book will be my story. That's my story, and I'm sticking to research further. And we're already, I think after this podcast were now officially on four, possibly five government list. Thanks, Jay. So seriousness. Like how do you think readers reacted when that story came out, longtime, Spiderman readers, win, Stacey? It was not met. Well, I would have been a little upset. Yeah, fixed-price not one, but two that that's amazing with some some Fairmount. Well, okay, anyway. Yeah, let's continue. Okay. So j. your rate he is a master manipulator, but where you're wrong is kinda takes time to manipulate the people mentally. How long did it take for Norman Osborn to manipulate century in shield like with? Was it an instant? Was it a Chaz in in sometimes sometimes his plans are years in advance, and sometimes he thinks things because he's a genius, he can. Instantly form these complicated plans. In the case of shield, he was mad. He managed to get control because he saw a quick opportunity during the the scroll invasion. He was he became a hero of that war. He saw the opportunity. He had no plans to do that. It presented itself and he capitalized on it. So first of all, he's a genius, but he's not a top genius, even Tony stark. When norm Osborne took on the, I m patriot armor. He couldn't figure out how to use the repulsive technology that towing twenty star developed, and I remember twenty start comments on that. But all that manipulation you're talking about, I'm not debating that with planning and the right amount of time and being opportunistic. He could do it, but it's not an instant. He doesn't run to someone and say, activate my manipulation powers, you're under my control or you're doing my bidding. That's not. I won't bubble. I won't let me go over it before you on to this point. I will just say that if mega Tron can figure out bizarre owes backwards speech on the fly that Norman can figure out how to manipulate someone is emotional as wing Verena on the fly. You'd think. I know. So I know Norman also really because this actually this go right to it. You know, it's funny that you think Hotman has some emotional issues because out of everyone. And I mean, almost everyone green goblin Norman Osborn has some of the biggest issues. And I mean, big. Issues in all of comments and his issues have led to numerous defeats. Let me just read. This is a quote from the marble online online database about Norman Osborn south gnaws for AK, the green goblin has dissociate identity disorder. After being -sposed the goblin formula, he developed entirely separate personality. The green gull while always mentally unstable, the formula had greatly diminished his already fragile grip on reality. His increased mental instability caused to sometimes be extremely impulsive, not thinking before plunging into a potentially dangerous situation, making it relatively easy to lure him into a trap. Norman Osborn also suffered from the delusion that he is invincible claiming that quote, unquote, not even death could defeat him. This is caused him to fight when at a severe disadvantage resulting his defeat. So why is this important while let's take a look at some Osborne's defeats biggest losses. So for example, when I uncovered Spiderman secret identity way back when in the trap them. He actually let Spiderman go due to the fact that he felt Spiderman was no longer challenge for he felt superior to Spiderman, and that was damn because their next encounter Spiderman defeated him and in doing so accurately led to Osborne to northwards memory being raced through the fight Norma's weren't let Spiderman go. 'cause you just deluded himself and thinking is not even threat. I already got this in another laborat- flight. The green goblin unmasking kills Peter Parker writes in the comic, however, Dow's only Osborne's madness as he hallucinated unmasking killing Peter Parker in actual reality. Peter Parker action, Spiderman easily defeated him even as recently as the red goblin. When the green goblin took in the carnage Simba Norman Osborn was defeated by his mental disorder. Now crystal Karner civilian venomous. Okay. So then has that kind of, you know, really Blackhawks him the Karner Silvio is more like a red costume, but it's like a even more dangerous. And I think he more powerful symbol. So normal. Osborne takes him in and goes from the green goblin to the red goblin. And you know, he fights spider, man, spider even take on the, you know, the venom Simione himself again to get even more powerful and Osborne still figures out having feet Spiderman literally has them Ray to kill him. And when has been virtually defeated Osborne rid himself of the Karm Simba when Spiderman dare him to fight him as the green goblin and not as the Simione possessed. Red gobble. Spiderman told him that if he did win the red goblin, it was only because the singles power, not because the green goblin did it. Anyone else would have taken the win right than there, but Norman, let his disorder and his ego going back and forth the whole time plume in a weaker position mentally. And once he did that Spiros able to defeat him once he released self, removes symbol. So with green goblins mental issues, constantly playing havoc with his mind. And they always do he'll be at an immediate disadvantage. Someone like hawk men who. Oh, by the way, is also a great smacktalk not unlike Spiderman. So what happens over prolonged battle when the green goblin sees, he can't easily feed Hotman is most likely his sorta will kick in and caused him to either retreat from the battle he's done before or make very bad judgment calls decisions during the fight was will lead to his downfall. And that's my point number three. I like these points that both these guys are just frigging crazy. I like this. Okay, we can actually, you're right. These guys could probably fill many. I mean, it would take a team of the world's finest counselors to working round the clock and many of them, you know, dying at times from being knocked off by their patients to ever bigger these guys out. So I'm going to go ahead and rebuts James's last point there with my final points. And crystal, I call this one seeing red. So here's what I read even before I wrote even before hearing this. So by this point in the debate, James has most likely made a lot of appeals to the power strength of wing marine and this plot, convenience and metal that he's flying around with. I have talked about the mad genius of Norman Osborn how he packs more firepower in his standard gear than those small countries and how is uniquely suited to take down an aerial opponents. But if you are still blinded crystal by James's impressive arguments and they have been impressive, let's lay everything out. Now, with my final points I'm gonna admit something right. I was worried about this battle. I know that green goblin can win because I've been reading him for decades and I just know Norman Osborn. He is been spider-man's number one, Bagai guy for decades for a reason and Kedar hall. He's not number. One for anything. So if you're still having some doubts at this point, let's take this information to bring in this battle and James. You already brought it up. So let's just bring it out, bring it on outs. The current version of Norman Osborn has bonded with the carnage symbiosis. This made like somewhat mainstream news because this was just like such a amazing combo. It's almost like, why didn't anyone think of this before? Let's talk about what it means for a second. The carnage symbiotic is the offspring of the venom symbiotic. It is the most powerful and deadly of the Beyonce. It strength level is stronger than Spiderman and stronger than venom and stronger than both of them combined. It's reached the eighty ton Mark in a an amazing Spiderman, three sixty two venom. Straight up, said my offspring is stronger than both of us combined. We've got to get some help and they did. That was the maximum carnage storyline where they needed, like all the help to beat it. But this strength is even more enhanced by Normans goblin, strength and Normans brain is able to basically convince the goblin, sorry to convince the symbiotic to obey him and work with them. So now that Norman has the powers as the red goblin aside from being way stronger than he was before. He is now invulnerable legit. He can heal from any wound, including being impaled ripped in half or even decapitated. He has shape shifting abilities that allow him to shoot webs shoot long tendrils, climb on walls, turn his body into different forms, including long bladed weapons for disembowelment s- and shoot pieces of himself in the form of darts spears knives, etc. He has the ability to fly and even forms his own goblin glider now made out. Of the symbiotic and much faster than his regular glider though we don't have a a measure yet. He also develops his trademark pumpkin bombs out of the syndicate. They aren't just smart bombs. Now they are literally alive. He launched some in the middle of Times Square, and it was capable of killing everyone in that busy New York vicinity. Because Norman is such a genius, these symbiotic normal weaknesses to fire in Sonics. Those have been removed. Spiderman went off to fight him. He remarked that green goblin had all the powers of goblin and carnage with none of their weaknesses except for anti venom, which is a compound that's been developed that bites off symbionese. So he has to get some first of all, he has to form a plan. He has to basically call in everybody. He knows to help, you know, wing Verena has no time to plan. He has no access to anti-venom and in this form, Norman is more than. Capable of beating him any straight up fight. He'd probably start just by cutting Cates are apart with his blade hands, and he'd really enjoy watching that metal trying to regenerate and heal him in time. Just as he removes his arms, his legs and his head all while just maniacally laughing or he could throw the carnage bombs Adam, these bombs that are alive can explode and call a serious damage, or they could just latch on with their teeth and start eating cater. Now it's kind of disturbing, but these bombs are alive and they can actually eat their targets as well as explode. He can't really regenerate if he's been shoot up into many pieces and now rest inside several pieces of symbiosis, but fighting the red goblin and James mentioned it a little bit, but he didn't mention all of it. It required help from basically all of spider man's allies. He had to put the black symbiotic suit back on himself. He enlisted the help of silk. Anti-venom the regular venom, Mark, five spider, slayer, iron man miles Morales probably more and if that's still not enough again, they only manage to hold him off because one, they had a chemical weakness that they uniquely had and two Peter Parker, like James said, convinced him to take off the Symbicort. So in a one on one chance encounter, there's just no chance now. I mean, there's so many ways that red goblin could defeat him, but the only way to weaken the symbiotic is with anti-venom which you know wing Vring doesn't have, or like James said, you got to convince Norman to take it off. There is no way that in a chance encounter, hot man could convince Norman to take it off by peeling to his ego because Norman doesn't care about hawk man. It's such a false equivalency to say that the same thing would happen norm and only. Did that because Peter Parker is his obsession. Peter Parker is literally the only person in the multi verse that could convince him to do that because he's the only one that Norman really cares about beating now, what's he going to halt man while there's a few things, I think that there's some fun ways that he could finish this fights. One thing that he can do the red goblin. He can create this aerosol attack to where small microscope pieces of himself will go into people through inhalation. And once they breathed in Norman can activate those pieces once they're inside the target. So he could put them inside of KTAR and make him blow up from the inside. And you know his armor can't help them there or he could just use innocent bystanders. He could tell Cates are, hey, thousands of people have already inhale. Held my killer. I will murder them all slowly and painfully including children unless you sacrifice yourself and sacrificing himself is something that Cates are does all the time. He he's very eager to do it because he's just going to resurrect later. So if you say, hey, kill yourself, you can come back later, but these thousands of people will be dead forever. Yeah, he's going to sacrifice himself, but I think there is one route above all that the red goblin would be the most satisfied, and that's that he can use the symbiotic to infect Cates are and then turn him over to his side. And this is the path that is the most in keeping with Norman's character because he loves to create pawns whenever he can and a symbiotic infecting Cates are would number one give Norman access to the metal inside him as well as give him this new powerful slave to command and with the Symbicort infecting Cates ours bloodlust. Already. It would be a very powerful tool for Norman to use that. Norman, does have the power infect others with symbiotic and in amazing, spider, man, seven ninety nine. He used that ability to infect his young grandson, Norman Osborn, and turn them into a little symbiotic servant, which he then sent to murder may Parker as the new villain. Goblin child and goblin child was just so frigging powerful. By the way, a kid, he was fully capable of squashing, superior octopus all by himself. That's not really relevant for this battle. I just wanted to mention it because of last week's off gate controversy. So to finish off your Norman Osborn simply put whether it's green, goblin, red, goblin. He has no limits to what he will do to win a battle. Cates are hall is eagerly ready to sacrifice himself so we can save the lives of those who can't reincarnate like him. He just doesn't have what it takes to w-. Win. I rest my case. To a point. I have a question. I have a question just one. Yes, just just one is point number four. The thing we said could not be done. Let's talk about that. Let's let's talk about that because the red goblin or the green goblin, I'm I was that not agreed upon before the match that we can't do this. I'm just a little confused. Here's the deal. That was the role. We talked about why I say, we put that room to affect in our next podcast. Okay, that that works in. Okay, so I just that's why I was like, I was like, point number four confused me, but. Okay, so this. So this would fall under that rule. But this rule is now not going into effect until next show. Let's say hypothetically was an effect though. I would say in my argument crystal and it would be up to you to judge that? I that I did stick to the rule. And the reason I did was because we said it was in the name and the incarnation. And if you go back and listen to this episode, the beginning of the tale of the tape. I said, I was arguing Norman Osborn in the six one, six marvel continuity universe and I have not strayed from that one time. Okay. So in arguing that this is so your so your, so this is really Norman Osborn versus Hawkeye, Hawkeye, man, whatever help Kaufman, not the green goblin would be a better way to title this debate. Then I don't know. What do you think James j? I think you should. You know, quit. Why do that as well? Thank you very much. Ladies and gentlemen. Okay. So j you really went into some insane detail for small government. Just not wasn't as an amazing concept and your right sailing widened. People put these two together sooner really, really cool concepts. And you know, I really wanna see carnage was mother characters too, but I like the challenge and I still think hawk man has a really good chance here. So let's keep ostlund in in play. And living just kind of go with women, say by the way all of your descriptions of, you know how the similar it would hurt people in term apart and all that. I just gotta say it makes me wonder if you have a shed that has a bunch of dead animals poses action figures somewhere near house or something you just it was very, it was very demented, I know, but that's under saying that's the bible is getting, but I'm not gonna judge j. I'm just saying I judged harshly for my point. Number four, it's hot man's. Not so secret weapon. Yes, otherwise known as aunt medal. Now, let me go into some other details about this because end medal is somehow part science and very, very big part magic. Even from the planet Fanta guard, which is a science based planet. I guess it's got to match properties and in comic books which which is really weird. Musher how this works either. But magic. Most of the time Trump's science in the symbo is based on scientific principles. How does things according to comic books where the metal has great deal match, locate capabilities too. So you know, this time explains why anthem metal reacts in views itself powers onto only someone who is worthy of it, which is why bonded with hawk men. In fact, in Bonn apartment for years, as result, hop banking out mentally control, and command the mental in his weapons in armor and even through his body almost like, you know, Jay's almost like the anthem metal is a symbol of types, right? Like a matchless Bill. So for example, hop man can mentally command Mace to turn to any object he wants, you know, you know, from amaze to an axe to shield instantly in all refer back to this later. So additionally, his f- metal weaponry can change into firearms and energy based weapons that are very powerful as superpowerful in Justice league United issue number seven, hot menus end medal to form armor and go into space because he had. To revive it. And in space, he's shot his rifle in stopped supergirl Martian manhunter and mono who's from the legion superheroes in the future. But he was like superman type of power character did that. The middle rifle with one blast perspective, stop three, seven class characters. Supergirl Marsha manhunter in money l. with one blast of his nth metal gun that he formed as result of his unit with the metal Hoffman's body hawk men can now generate armor around himself made of that same stuff whenever he needs it. Additionally around parts of his body that are to be hit by shards of the CBO by bullets or laser fire even by explosions or guests. That means when hot is not in his armor, armor form. The end metal will act on its own to Ceram hawk man, whichever way is necessary protect. And the metal also provides hog men with insane. Healing factor. The reference even pop somehow stabbed shot or last night or hit with a bomb explode. Yet metal within his body will protect in helium in his own words. This is hot bent himself. I don't know why someone writes this, but his own words Hotman has said that he is not sure if you can even die anymore. On a side. Note, magical and metal, I would bet, can counteract at least simulates the red goblins power to kinda overtake them with similar. It wouldn't affect them. I'm pretty sure the metal can rack that now even large legible charges no respect Hochman as uses willpower to deal with the pain, knowing that his end men will heal him and take care of the rest. It's really kind of weird. So how could hop meant use the animal? And here's what I'm gonna make things a little bit more simple. You know, sure. There's explosives in, you know, firearms this and that. But do we have to defeat or finish red goblin, or do you have to simply contain him so that he's kind of not engaged for anyone you can easily walk away? So what can. Hot men do if he sees this kind of Symbian by the way he's transfer plastic man, amateur, he's a fan of last man or not. Clash man can do a lot of what the symbol can do. Maybe not as much in other words, maybe more in how do you defeat plastic man, you contain them. You put them in some type of sphere, bubble container, and Hochman could do that. He would recognize how to defeat but deal with the symbol and white have to do is put the symbo into a container which he could use from his Mace. Heeds just will his Mace trend to container he could will his shield maybe even takes eth- model metal out of his body dispute Adam. I have no idea, but he's got the ability to change that magical metal that protects them inside out forms, weapons in actually contain the red Godwin and be able to safely walkaway. So sometimes it's the simple ways to win that really count. So with Hawke man, superhuman abilities, overall superiority with fighting flight and weapons green, goblin, Norman, Osborn. Even the red goblins to billeting psychological issues because remember that's where it was that helps by men to feet regarding and with the middle now gone within Hoffman's weapons and his body. I still think Hochman beats Norman Osborn, and that's my point. I want to congratulate you on a well fault debate James, and I did have one quick question about your containment point is an, I'm not trying to be argumentative. I'm just sincerely asking, is that something Kate are hall has done or you saying, hypothetically, he could do that Sagres question. He's shaved. I don't know. He's actually made in container, but he's changed his Mace and other weapons that have metal at will to whatever he's needed that moment. So for example, he had the shape of a Mace and he was being tied up by the steel coil and Brittany out just change the Mace into an axe and that cut a court that cut the the coil. So going from a Mace to a container Tupperware he will is not that really hard to see him do. So in theory, hot man could just make like into metal prisons and immediately put. Every villain and just not have to fight them, but he doesn't do this, but maybe he could. I get it. It's it's back to my very first original point. That said hawk man sucks because hawk man. No, no, no serious. Now how often hawk men fought someone like a red gobble? I can't really think of anybody that he's fought like red gob. That's my point is because his Mace or his weaponry changes just as change when he fought logo just as it change when he fought superman, it changes to what he needs. Well, anything's euro. Yeah, I mean, I got, I got whole by your own emission. It's various tablets. He sticks to the archaic weaponry. I get what you're saying and I do like your idea about trapping him. I liked it so much that it was what I suggested in what I think's engines adjusted at one of the early points that just green goblin could lead him to a structure, blow it up and drop it down on him and he's trapped until his next reincarnation. But yet that's the metal unfortunately would help him with that. Plus he smashes crystal. I just knew this debate will be implemented and middle and federal. Listening is everybody is about good and drunk now, so God. Okay. So. I don't you guys put me in these really positions that I don't really approve of. Okay. So here's the deal. I really like the the red goblin. I think that's a really, really, really cool. And I like how crazy these two guys are. I think that they're both psychopaths and might end up like not fighting just kind of just ending their screaming at each other. They're both crazy. I really feel like that's the thing that could happen, and I would like someone to make of that, but here's the deal. Here's what I was not hearing in this debate that I really wish I had heard, and that's had a deal with this stupid magical metal because I agree with you, James, it's stupid. It is legitimately like, I don't really understand it, but I'm not hearing how to beat it, and that is my problem here is I, I get what you were saying to Jay, about carnage and everything that he could do not go the great regardless. I buy all of that. I buy every point you made, but then I'm not. Hearing how I guess I needed to hear more of who's actually beat hawk men or something like that because the stupid magical metal is winning the debate. Well, I can tell you how I do. I'm sorry, I thought I did. Maybe I missed this point. Let me just try if you'll allow me the small caveat. The infomercial is an internal part of halt man's body, like it's part of his physiology at this point, correct? James inside and out. Yeah, he's not weapons weapons made of it. And what I was trying to offer an order to defeat the metal whisper green or for red goblin to attack him from the inside and how that is relevant is that at the time that Norman became red, goblin, Spiderman through his work in Parker industries had taken away his goblin powers at the molecular level to where Norman could no longer become the green goblin through nanotech when Norman got the carnage symbiotic. The very first thing he did was send the. The spores of the symbiotic inside his body to dispel the goblin formula. That was what I was getting at is that he could send the pieces of himself inside of halt man and dispel the IMF medal from the inside. Yeah, I almost wish I could say I agree with you. I think you can tell which side kind of want to win. But here's the thing. It's it's magic. It's magic, and that's what I. But it's also technology, but it's also. Why did you pick this character on my first point the way I do. This wouldn't be able to take over hawk minimum telling you, wait, wait, wait, you don't think the Symbian now that's a different thing. You don't think the symbiosis could take over halt man's like mind like it did the other people that affected? No. No, because metal would. He has died many times because he keeps resurrecting. So obviously it's not that great. I almost Jay. I almost wish your first point had been how many times stupid character had been killed, like superman cut him in half and stupid didn't work there. He often sacrifices himself is what happens. Personal God. I about this, but I have to get this stupid debate to hawk man are really the bible. And I don't feel good about it and I dislike you both for putting me in this position Gwen Stacy told Norman Osborn the same thing. Like it? I don't. I don't, but I'm just I got, I got it. Almost like this victory goes to the anthem metal, and even though I know what we. What we will be writing. Okay. I'm gonna have to say something about this even though I thank you for the win. I don't think we can accept really. Okay. No, here's why because that was he'll Mary that you can put them in a container. I know I'm pretty sure he could just bust out of the whatever. I think I think it best. I think at best it's a draw at. Wrong with that as well. I could definitely definitely see these two characters beating the crap out of each other. Yeah, I would rather at the very least withdrawn this because as much as I'm debating the character and look, I'm not saying I love hawk man. I kinda like the character, but men a really like green goblin. I love writing on when I in the comic book. Nerd inside of me is is saying, look, you gotta, do you gotta be real about this at best? It's a draw j. that we all seem to be on the same page. Why don't we just for the sake of feeling really good, just declare halt Mandal loser here. I said this. You got to quit one. Let's call it a draw. Is testing. I have made. I love that a lot. We have made who would win history. I'm impressed. We're going to drill. This is crazy. It is a first mutually declared draw nine from the moderator, but from the debaters is insane. This has never happened in the insane, long history of the thirteen months we've been, we have to call it a draw because this medal is just can't be debated. I would agree with you. Yes, yes, yes, I would. I lie on. I'm also you're gonna have to go with that. I'm also going to have to go with that. All right guys, this was insanely fun, and these battles are getting harder and harder and better and better. And when it love about it is that we are always coming to a consensus because it's all about who do we think would really win. It's about eking out a cheap win. I don't. I don't wanna do that. I don't wanna cheap win. I think from this point where we got, we all agree. We want a legitimate wis when I and I on with you on that note, James, when I was planning this debate, I firmly had off gates in my mind. So that was where I was coming from. And then we get, and then we get on this phone call today. You know, nj says the first thing he says, hey, j I think we should just now from now on stick to named characters only like I have got you know how much red goblin reading I just did today. He's only he's only in amazement Spiderman, what six he's not done. And is that a lot of leaving? So here's what I would like Al before we exit. I would like someone to suggest a battle for red goblin and someone to suggest battle for the Justice league and Justice league unlimited version of hawk girl because she kicks ass. Agreed. And she, I don't think she has the same type of nth metal. The next time you guys come into bait with this lazy writing magical thing. I'm just going. No, I'm just going to know like, no, you pick new characters. We're not doing this. That's it. That's it. Burn up. All right guys. Another amazing battle, another mazing outcome. Great job j. crystal, fantastic job. This was hard for me to do because I had a funny feeling red goblins come into play, and I love challenge in Chela hadn't done. It was very well done. Good job. Good job. Very cool. I guys crystal go ahead. Tell them where they can find you could find me over on Twitter at writer streamer you can go to my website in the mind of crystal storm for all the writing in the fun stuff, and you can catch me on twitch, four nights a week. We play games on easy. Very cool. J. Go ahead and tell them where they can find by me on Twitter and Facebook at j. Sandline writer, and we're gonna play. What happens next every week. And we're going to get back on track with acknowledging the top responses, and we're just going to have a great time. So find me there. I'll also be taking down the ach gates websites and the anti crystal paraphernalia as well. That was some great merchandise selling on those. Yes. Yes. It was a great likeness of crystal getting. It's just it's, it's a button with like an x. through a fidora. I kind of want it. On before you take it down? Sure. You'll, I'm sure there's a lot of billable. You can find me seeing my question of the day on Twitter at James Gaddi and check out the who would win website at WWW dot who wind show dot com to access all of our podcast episodes as well to check out some great articles written by myself, Jason and crystal, the perfect storm. Don't forget to check out the who would win patriot account as well by going to WWW dot patriots dot com. Slash who would win show to become one of our patrons and become part of the official who would win community on behalf of myself. Jay Salen and the absolutely amazing. Crystal, AK the perfect storm. Thank you once again for listening to another episode of who would win. We'll see next time.

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S1E78: The Shawn Harvey Morning Show 01/30/20 - Harvey  Hilarious Thursday

The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

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S1E78: The Shawn Harvey Morning Show 01/30/20 - Harvey Hilarious Thursday

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in los angeles fifty four degrees seventy five hundred hive is going to be clear what's what's the weather like where you are coming to you live from the short harvey one to show featured a city jay we get you wanna start right to more than started right of it on a thursday we're in the building cindy j. o. got action packed chauffeur but listen up route let's dedicate this brown i go all right you wjr com snaps my thing aren't you give us our aspect and i'm six national level row l. say anything you want anything just sixteen i do i i really data dad hilarious why add to get naked though you should see negative what would be your man i have been shot since the earliest route take lonzo komo we'll get into pro-peace news haina one oh beloved with a little the city of the jet august probably get something together with some news to this one comes in here because department says is is probably goes i know you learn at ghetto new you know i the don yup it the kids got to go back new job she got they knew page news y'all as news you got the brunt joe ooh high stop go on yeah that's what it says i know she's been she's been slacking lately she hasn't been watching wake up linda salary good morning just wanted to replace him no she does watch the replay like a psycho she doesn't she'll call to the afternoon she's look like all right bomb that was so seven o'clock over i don't know anymore y'all be careful out here in new york a woman slashes a mom's phase after the after child donald throws up on a on a bus in brooklyn i i don't know what's going on this is in brooklyn after a woman shopped on a brooklyn by another woman on the buzz following her off and slashed are in the phase where the door or the mother the mother our q. ember that thirty one year old mom was riding being MTA bus with her children why did he say MTA buys it's a buys different MCA the eight us the main bus and they got the mobile twenty different bus companies out there okay while she was writing for that right they were warm along with our children in the east new york section of brooklyn just after six pm yesterday whatever children's started to throw up apparently apparently upsetting another passenger the mother took her kids and got off the bus the irate woman on the buzz followed the family off walked up to the mother pull that a knife life and slashed her in the face on the corner of elton street and central avenue the unidentified attacker fled on center avenue in a black toyota camry you thought it was on the buttons officials said the mother was taken to maybe your car was there and she she got a time like into maybe we should just grabbed it over row quick he has released surveillance video of the what kind of surveillance video picture is this change this the woman if any of y'all see her the call dority if you're on the east new york section of brooklyn she could be all the way in in the bronx by now this is horrible i like i can't even okay the kid threw up on you maybe nothing happened is his is this a guest mid two issues a lot of folks in jay that traveled to transit in new york city in or and most major of heavy populated cities in this country CJ travel the subways a lot of mentally ill people on the bus that might be one reason to this woman just be angry and just have you still have to be mentally disturb to get off the bus attributed so angry you so angry you're gonna get off the bus vile person in this slash right so you still there still mental issues that they need to catch this woman immediately they're gonna find number are crazy because he's probably on social media and her sisters and brothers are gonna turn anywhere ramp up a maximum of twenty years in jail stupidest baby through up so they were babies do well can in the nerve hobbyists so special senate when she was a baby she forgot she used to throw up right so you annoyed that a baby's acting naturally throwing up and you're going to slash the baby the baby at something or gave you a dirty local whatever you have to take it to that point where you have to get off the bus i think they cut them with a knife yes twenty years in jail they will find this person senior african american latino white was i i i don't know what he's new york latino while the woman in the picture looks i will be caught please uh-huh while people commit crimes going about their day like it's nothing right no we need to find this person east new new york city jada somebody by the lynnwood dial over there by pink houses city right we tell you how tough these projects CJ puts i like that 'cause lord knows me listen this is worse than the one of the worst parts of a new york and newark is back the pig houses in jay's transnational pause and bill i was over there recently not do linda with those wednesday thursday when i was out there a few weeks back they got these yankee stadium crime in wiped stadium lights out this woman nate stole whole projects in this is a huge complex and in record yard in the projects is like daytime right i've seen them outside you blinded by the light literally right where they have those onto network they had that in front of my mother's building for five years i thought the yankees were playing right in front of my mother's house and it was still drugs the cia on like NYPD cameras and mama was blocked stadium knight's still coming into for to be a deterrent took that that would be a deterrent right you got the ten thousand volts of china stop anybody please catch this woman yes raza she needs to go jail go to jail for a long time for which you did that's right because you on the bus the bus passengers in the bus rushing plus you now how word where chinese grains i've ever been to new york city got on a regular bus now bob you have to experience when i was in i was in the las vegas back and slaps on the back and i said to take over to i don't do the bus on public transportation asian two buses ready for and to connecting buses to the club never seen him just because you know what i wanted to experience being on the bus thing i will get more at ease he's filling if i was in vegas on a bus the bus i'm gonna have to bring my back out on which i don't you say sir bobby backout lord bobby the apple baby throwing people want to be looking at the box of money the one that was the biggest the new york nor- grown up my car she'd be driving and everywhere we should take a moment when i was aimed at got the first car i was like whoa me to take a moment to moment go out there nugget on public sanitation clean yeah i knew he can go party costume with nice do i used to drive to new york area if i had to show a new york because i didn't want to john walk mcconnell in jersey north and get on the train to you're not even getting the lodi you just pat he's got lost selena gomez the bus no a chat room will you feel anything on cologne should take a new york city transit or at least one time in her life eh forty years old right yep new york city lease one time besson yes yes this is throwback thursday so i am doing stories but this one you know we've been hearing about all week but recently the corona virus six thousand passengers are held on a cruise ship in italy as they're afraid of the wuhan virus on board the number will corona virus that started the number of cases of the virus originated in the chinese city of shot up by thirty percent in just a day to more than seven thousand seven hundred on the country's mainland a spokesperson person for costa cruises told CNN that a fifty four year old woman was showing symptoms of the virus namely a fever all the other passengers there's are at the moment remaining on board well they've done the couple let me see here it says italian news agency ansa and public broadcaster RA i reported that the woman and her husband from hong kong and we're being kept separately in solitary confinement in the hospital section of the cost us morale the cruise liner a couple will be held until they both test negative to the virus images show the ship docked at CV savita evita vecchio port a coastal town northwest of rome after arriving from palma they may work spain the couple are expected to receive their results this afternoon they are said to have arrived in italy on january twenty fifth that was saturday meanwhile russian state media reported thursday that prime minister mikhail will miss schouten had signed an order to close russia's border with china in the far east in efforts to prevent this threat of the virus of the number of confirmed cases of one hundred corona virus continues to grow worldwide so right now they are on right now they're on the they're on a ship with about a thousand was about six thousand other people know bergdahl jail him the light skin princess they go to paradise standing today we in practice a lot of very optimistic about the freedoms of others in these third world because you see always advocate advocate more folks there weren't cousins and try to get us some pena's little woman the other day that said i let them all into the award let them all not a problem then wally isn't that what bring us here on didn't she said let them all go to take the united kingdom britain they close the boys russia's disclosing the countries have closed the border they don't want no parts of this the thousands of dot sioux city it was two of them cole and one died i said saint he that's just some report they put not that they're not giving a will's story at this thousands of people die out there nothing actually this question's introduced red story you more we were over in started i mean i've been following is it now because of your warm hardly in your open mindedness of all this this radical behavior the world we should let everybody into this country would you now do you think that we should still keep our reports opened and how these folks from wuhan which they shut their own airport out right you reported what did that yesterday the day before yeah right now do you think if the president of everybody likes christopher saracens trying trying to come are you still leading in these let these folks my into the united states yeah just you know under control quarantine them if you're coming to call and get it under control is to keep them there you can't do that so are you saying are you saying that all these other major country not a third world country the soviet union out of third world country they grazed in britain is not a third world country you think we should close out to these folks how can you do that and america they're sitting eighty sick right so you have to let you know that they're saying you know come out of your system they can happen the spread all over the place now joe city good morning hi who's this this has still yet echoes pitcher how are you this the young lady city jay he's talking about financial plan before we get back into the news oh yes okay great let's clap fish each clause i am so excited and get a chance to posted posted in the group but i'm glad that you call we briefly talked about her business in the event that she's having in brooklyn singer light right so can you share one more time you to the group if you don't mind my name echo cut joe cecilia korea kitchens and everything we can put an chapman great okay so can you share with the group and us which was what's your primary purpose okay i pretty much falling in to buy your viewers i to participate in a financial planning one on one and them not just gonna take place on saturday take purpose of the endurance is for young entrepreneurs understands the importance of financial the planning and how has safe-money excellent answer brand themselves i'm put it right well ah information is always good especially in our community that's right the babylonians already got hold process going and this is a good way for us us to expand knowledge on financial plan that's what can you offer the listeners about your program well one of this program better be featured here on strictly brooms and the owner is nikita luke campbell and she wants to do different types of to help our community world and this is this is the first one the first one we're starting out the year with funding show planning recently i just retired from my job to settle government thirty six chairs thank you and there's just a lot of information that i wanna share to to get in the rice pudding on possibilities for younger off so and how long have you been in this certain financial planning business well i want my financial planner on roofing is we and working together for twenty seven years she's been she's been my financial planner for twenty seven years and he has not steered me wrong at admiral and the information that i know of the snow as well it's it's you know investing stock doc for fun off homebody i it's time line learning how today's not crying everything you can say understanding for cable abatement is bringing making sure you have might be for your your children or other month one they can sure you have money for your burial those sort of things you know nothing to be scared hanna understand that in particular in new york city you need to make them all the money this minimum wage is not doing it you know and when you have to find other ways of the four of income come into your house coaches team yourself and they have more and to enjoy your funny and then and just you know become aware and becomes the lord has for him she sounds very confident in her message now as you had done well all in like this is retired terminal you married or you single what's going on everything is so financially stable within within the single what's going on over there questions on this question is ax question listen i am unfortunately no divorce congratulate oh okay like that who maybe shouldn't financial planning cindy j. divorce players plot and all of that it does with sydney when i got divorced financial 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as well good question i'm i won't thinki- author hope safety but if i could just say credit repair kathleen down no no credit card to get rid of him getting to finally we'll city on my on my i might be interested in dating this woman says she's recently divorced folks she don't want no parts she's doing happy up iraq waiver vapor all layoff city choice and she has to she has two two grown folks finances finance is a good got jesus cars going right action league i'm actually attracted to this right now i i showing you sound like this nothing will be you can you make a pot of collard greens and you guys are going to talk about insurance there you said to right jansher insurance do very important yeah one of our listeners especially you know for your for your children lead something you know you might be able luke pay off your home is your home apartment insurance my son of the room in the house was broken in you know we had an apartment and shine so get the money back to do what he has take a lotta people take that very likely church for your home of your home is best on fire you and how are we talking happens it happens to anybody gets a prime gotta have discerned as soon as you must have no question you don't have to have the whole whole life policy you have a term policy for desi you know what i'm saying i if you can do all the whole life thing for yellow but she's right he's a apartment insurance you gotta have all right so this is going to we'll we'll give you the last word if you don't mind could you please give the share your name your social media one more time with events be hell we put all the information the google van will give you the nash word out my name again is apple for joe and we'll be shown sixty bruce cares on saturday that really wants as much as fourteen picking new new york one one two three three and the time it's from ten thirty eight am on show one thirty pm or and the price is ten dollars ten dollars being at the door for life for freshmen 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henry i need you to like two other young ladies in a chat room multiple tabu pitches well if you don't mind okay i'm gonna i'm gonna take you around around quite quite china yes ask i reported on that mr brown yesterday the atacama class ship i'm just also reported before we're gonna shout room room right when she also put it as a cruise ship out there the two people corona the cruise ship is out there in the middle somewhere doc somewhere dockside lousy pauline alive brown i just came off a cruise at the beginning of the month avis denise end the motorola jackson onto people that wasn't sick on that that trip they need on that dan right i'll tell you everybody get sick at kube who ship need the puck right they don't know what they have the koran virus add test snake on the ship there's about seven hundred fifty one people that are from china on that boat around the mexi she put money mexican CJ advocates for everybody's still come on up into this country and even right now she just said if i'm in school still not rounded rounded view is the president of all of us like critic would you close the borders of what we what are you doing for everyone so like no people from china just fights and you know what it comes here how'd you problem it's gonna most people how many people don't have insurance income insurance right see these variables as well we have five cases six cases here and there are people i find nobody would have no cases we close the border racially motivated the closing so how long are we closing these borders there's for ten years thanks when the things come in how long are we doing this for so then what about now if we have a disease here that outbreaks like maybe talk i guarantee you every ad here i wish yeah he has a great point in those countries they shut everything down they will that nobody incident kosher into their the country he's absolutely right since stopping is so liberal this has nothing to do a racism has everything to do with this illness everybody looking at chinese people side now we supposed to i try to say came from iraq snakes bets and then the way came from argentina that a lot of people there's a lot of conspiracy baresi theories going around right now about the one virus and many the CDC is trying to dispel a lot of mets magical potions that people have regarding this just stay away from all that still open aboard either back but if i grew grew up in that culture i might because that's what they do you can't say that about the last jedi chint list i am crafted shitless no cutting out the who ahead animal why was that was that brown and you look and they the animal sure i'm gonna check that we're gonna check that don't believe you beard there's always the pigs are dirty wouldn't happen there's bob i commend you can eat by chitlins want widow i may chickens i well proud he makes jake these foreign countries were closed their borders news if if there was something from the united states going now where we send you the closing his blood and we got sick as a rat he was darling they land in an airport closed newark airport is from me and philadelphia international as ours is concerned that's right why did you see that movie the movie outbreak while it was a movie theater and thanks leave everybody got infected so you advocate for these chinese folks to stay over there i doc containing avenue in my job or people nobody in round sympathetic to clean the pig clear i research i told you oh well that's great i loved going that's how they will be going to do right now sydney of what brown's been kicking was called coleman sydney what are we going to do right now oh bob we've gotta show that chapman awesome loves j. out these folks won't be there be here are shot to the creepers new we get back into news in the haters blessing let's chat chat russillo poison the bill of barbie klaus chat room whether heart attack chat hey great britain and the chat chat with a big heart woah they were take a 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what's the orlando shine the logan hey girl what's that my sustained christ gray now she was in town for mayfair you joe's in the build up make failure avon doug was bowie hey eric range thank you totally naked pay a neither cower myers that is one of our callers people these last pic- wander michelle fields hey gro wrong could you're welcome these young folks in the gently showing you a mess well sandy's into your crazy yes good morning thank you for tuning in to yes she's one of welkom oh come on has stevens hey has i'd say good morning friday ready oh yeah you from california he always coming in here talking about tax haibo yes i said hey bro they can't use that as a hey boo town into room bro he's breaking had taken his cabinets radio for yourself and more bill the fell those are things right now make sure you get your names in for the last shot over your hearts and the hearts i see will be owned names i call that's right thank you so much greg a great job shouli appreciate city we're go get back into the news that's right okay a lot of stuff going on and again back to the coronal who posted a general those funny picture of the surgical owner heineken that ooh surgical masks only from the people that has to do with the beer's crazy ah get people here playing games with this again looking at please welcome on listeners khalil away appreciate your i think you in the middle of from patients yes we'll take a break yes okay so i'm gonna have finished it up last night you finished it up the city it's been a while actually just leave a lingering around thank you sean and this came beautiful skin and this beautiful neck over here i can be like me go wrong you're winning shot absolutely postal worker rented a storage unit to hide mail because he felt pressured to deliver it to go by mentioning back into dancing the mail left of the office says to me okay jason delacruz pleaded guilty to charges of delay of mail by postal employees in august he is set to be sentenced sentenced on february twelfth delacruz who worked as a mail carrier in chesapeake virginia said he felt pressured and couldn't make time quote unquote to complete fleet his mail route would have been good yes he's authorities that he rented today we'll be as weird wednesday you know i like to do it he told authorities and he rented a public storage unit for forty nine dollars a month for the sole purpose of storing tale he cannot deliver you you you taking money out your pocket for your job me me see backward said he started hiding november suburb of two thousand eight christmas i believe that's where he got season of the year he should get the latest last you i believe right yeah oh forty nine dollars this is he said he put mail he was unable to deliver in the unit from that time up until he was discovered in may of two thousand nineteen coming up stores been he told authorities he intended to deliver the mail but he fell behind it was never able to he said he never destroyed it though you'd never good you think big recycling center in book stores the silly agents from the US postal service agent they got as stupid office of inspector general found almost five thousand the pieces of mail in the storage unit virginia beach well he he didn't he didn't feel pressure when it's time to get that check or was direct deposited ended into his account there was no pressure there you got to check every week we'll get to told him don't keep the money i got the bell stored so we bought not what the what actually were you delivering what have you got five thousand male story they said ninety seven pieces of first class mail which included letters from the department of motor vehicles i arise insurance getting big state patch with documents that we need but they did say day magazines and other publications made up one hundred fifteen pieces of bail also one undelivered package found the bulk of the mail was advertisements more than forty seven seven hundred ads keep that right yeah 'cause that's were discarded they destroyed those hold by that fill up your mailbox see this man is he only works for fourteen months prior to his resignation was only there for year yeah they said he no longer works for the postal service he resigned in two thousand nine and he worked fourteen months fires so i wonder if he resigned prior prior to them finding the mail that would be the smart thing to collect coins okay again this about baloney the gadget you know his spanish yeah delacruz jason dela cruz probably have black and hispanic this that's right jason come in i'm have are you lost money bro idea yes listen had mental issues i could speak be going because i am half puerto rican i am wrong and i have a baby mother that's gonna sixty one sean puerto rican can i that qualifies me to say that this latinos and complete idi not only does he need to get five or day he needs to go to jail for this lou this is high crime this is something i say five years in jail why people need to go paperless the everybody everybody everybody run out of their license suspended into stores right forty nine dollars just in the garbage it'd be for real if you what do all at all the evidence this if you're not loving you know what you have to have somebody following dan ronan it was probably what they're in his US ban every day at the storage ways it was his route right jackie was discovered really quick i have two stories on the ellen show yesterday i remember i told you guys melvin iraq near latino tell about a name i'm i'm latino role to and let me tell you something this dude is not making us latinos look good let's say something these got rachel dollas al white woman she's black it just as latinos you okay and they make us look pack continue that's you know what i am african american proud to be okay black people always trying to run from what they is you look at shown soon black rachel bell won't be on TM go sean puerto ricans all my shot he has some kind i'm body just a mental along to your mother absolutely at this many puerto rican too i'm sorry sorry for this i'm sorry about this on the website to the puerto ricans fabio sign the blink sone ka showing active real real don't real puerto rican right now we have a real well nice enjoy real hot on that note that i have to go they go on and have a good day rica done god bless god bless serie i remember you guys i told you a few days ago i think last week i shared a story about two belva wagner he said shot actually the latino male bro gotta be puerto rican saint parole now you know say say broke the elliott puerto rican last year an awesome dominican in you tell you a a whole lot of dominican bobby cologne how the whole out puerto rican hope the film you got cursed out i'll be right it's happening it's spreading bar behalf worry about it i'll tell you how that would be i should let me tell you how far we can i am i remember puerto ricans used to drive cavs before the dominicans i remember what because the data's before the dominicans i remember the puerto ricans the dominicans came i remember dominicans in lebron's makes me cool vegan i told you guys i think last week or earlier during the week about a young man de'andre arnold from his can cook spent menu loss in here puerto rican just told me what about your grandparents disconnect our coach with me and this woman is obviously latino single keep talking that man sure de'andre arnold was told that he it was the young man that was told that he wouldn't be able to graduate unless he cuts his hair he's eighteen years old he's still out of school he's been out of school for like the past three weeks because he he refuses to go back because i don't understand how the school all this time and now his heirs who offers no sychev right well he was invited on the ellen show after historian made national headlines here's refusing to kind of locks which is prohibiting him to go to school or walk the graduation because he is not in compliance with the districts strict dress code arnold and his family addressed the barbers barbers hill independent school district school board in regards to the issue but got nothing resolved the superintendent whatever the school board he actually said it's still stands and he will not be bullied at best right baby stay you're no no the superintendent creating oh no no no you you're on the bullies the bullies young alad stands for years he had his office says i'm dead now was yeah that's right it is you can't sit there and disrespect of abalone like this this man sitting up here now all the policies out the window window now here come the generations of racism because that's what it says now it's not school policy noble right the school board district is racist because now you have this whole movement probably cologne j the band is on l. and this is national news and this school board is still sitting oh hell no so what does that tell you you're not you're not yielding to public opinion and public pressure right now you go on with your ancestries babylonians right this is a racist committee all of the mic defying right over the school district walk this is ridiculous this is almost regulus but because that core inside that you can't see the young black black hero this young black man chiba graduate high school with dress answers ridiculous and sounds is is this in this country yes yes in texas in mont bellevue texas see that's what happens when you have no diversity in town schoolboys that's why it's so important minorities to stand up and be parties boys because stuff like this happy and then now you can't fight it well the problem with that is is sometimes it's grandfathered in all only spokesman on schoolboy for thousands of the grandma they all been on this poverty minority of folks will just guessing it's blacks on the school board obviously going going through all of this everyone should give fires of media leak this board he sat i've worked for this all my life i deserve this moment moment to walk across the stage and enter into light in my parents are deserve this ellen degenerate i'm he also said ellen degeneres said she didn't understand why his school wasn't allowing him to walk because of the length of his hair especially because you are allowed to have long hair at the school he said there are plenty of girls with long hair at my school like girls can have long hair why can't i and then what i don't understand alan actually made a plea to the school she said i am begging this kid is a good kid he deserves to graduate to walk with all the other kids he's a good guy i'm just urging you to do the right thing please change injure mind and i watched an allen you know she's always so i love how i very emotional yeah she is very good spirited person yes if between earn have a superstar like elway yes who's not only superstars for profits she's really really a superstar for profit you know what i'm saying like she is the genuine generally a real person here's you had if the school school board i'm like wait a minute man hollywood in the nation is behind this right ready to fall back let's klay on whatever right refused to do this this is almost nazism radiation yeah alan she did what she did is she actually alicia keys was there her and she actually presented him with she appeared on stage after their talk at surprised him from shutter fly a twenty thousand dollar check to go toward his college alleged to wish he received that yesterday's show writer louis blues school board listening to the school board again before we take a break barbour's hell school district walk walk barbara's barbers barbers house school district kicked you should be ashamed of yourself yeah you should be mealy shutdown everyone should be fired off this board this is not a good look for your district for the for the state of texas for this country utah literally bully a young man like this who just graduated has will just walk down the aisle would his peers and his hair looks fine let's put it in their it is different now how many white girls are why would enable purple arguably a that's not normal and not address and how many walking through school where they will they scores are shown abraham's but that's not that's called but you ain't gonna be right back aw aw it's ridiculous go i'm glad he got some money go to school here is it is coming toward the jets yeah that's right see everything happens for a reason has favor because now we got some money going to college that's right had his own graduate somebody should do my aunt had your own personal graduation screw these people because that's what makes me remember that now rustler that they made on his wrestling exist yeah our boys like the pie his hair damn wrestling match please turn in here right you're download in your hair dr dre my power in a stopping him from brad their quarterback he walked the and graduation in school anymore it back yeah yeah no problem was going through some gossip everything's running on time thank you for that sean thank you for that i appreciate you wedding on time the love for you you know so i just wanna say thank you back you know you have to appreciate your co workers you know what i'm saying you have to let them know what's going on yeah you always bring a water that trying to be on time we appreciate you sean we can do this thing without you bro okay for the latest china was it myself let's talk about this yeah you guys like that come on let's go let's go to hobbies sports channel yeah they're hanging then there was all right i'm guys yesterday zayd NBA played the bulls pacers played yesterday in OT beginnings medical only yesterday one fifteen pacers when i was six the bulls in the grizzlies in the knick knacks the knicks late yesterday the grizzlies one one twenty seven to one oh six in the pistons in the nets yes saying one fifteen to twenty five the jazz in the spurs yes they won twenty win spurs one one twenty seven the trailblazers trailblazers while gives the rockets twenty five win twelve in applied for the in best ball hacky go on sorry the of diaz and has got a problem with a lot of these players get into the NFL he said too many players are being put in the NFL and he had interview with dan patrick on tuesday and he elaborate on interview he said because my kids back in his day it was higher standards to get to to to get into the hall of fame he said the is it has dip they lowered the standards so anybody getting he feels like the outdoor shot y'all they retired or solid did you get back boise voice he can't shut up you got a great job you big suits right i said that's you when you was out there playing football smashes nobody's in all types of women family settled vanity i shot a big fan shut up obviously everybody everybody get into broadcasting like you the city in los angeles legacy practice after they will offer them new canada game and they they started practicing not yesterday they gonna come back on friday oh that's good get back to playing basketball you know we got to jerry yeah that's what they need to do ooh get back into the swing things and you know you went for kobe let's say you play harder than you your best for your boy that's over the top ranked team right now the business to win the championship but the six onto a whole bunch i barbeque biggest career say now colby already not pressure to win win being taken did hold mama thing tickles philosophy win for gobi question right and galway don't win win eh if you win a championship then it was going on and the families and everybody else right the whole situation just asked us i'm the maple leaves hacking as you know the maple leafs play rhythm believes located radio canada maybe no he was sitting maple leaves canada this an easy one what city no would city italy's shree got the country make believe a maple leaf candidate okay multiple control vancouver toronto or montreal okay good two 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Ratchet and Clank (2002) - GMMF 86

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Ratchet and Clank (2002) - GMMF 86

"Revoke episode eighty, six of games. My mom found I m Mike Overton who's collecting bolts with me tonight Michael Kirwin Hughes My name is Nick Polite Oh. Okay. Welcome back Nick. Hey He resigned sly cooper so which I don't remember what number that was. A Long, time. Ago. If you'll. Go. Walking back to the show, and actually before we introduce what we're talking about, want to give a quick shot or to another podcast nerd radio with a three instead of e. because he's a, he does every Sunday he does a streaming streaming pockets for eight hours which give him give him credit for that. So where he talked about, but you gain movies TV's and just live action from community. So we need something go check him out to be a link in the show notes to his podcast. So definitely give him a shout-out Nausea Michelle Jeff and give them a listen. Wow, what am I. Bought a long day. All right and Mike, why don't you insurance what we're talking about because this your idea kind of. Taking full credit for this one, we are playing the two thousand, two's ratchet and clank for the PS two except I played the twenty twelve hd remake of it or upgrade whatever. It didn't how Somebody ps three as well. It's the easiest way know how to play this game. I play the PSG version on emulator. Because two and three on playstation two but I don't think I have the original anymore. Wonder why? there. I I. I actually I own some PSG also in about two years ago before I, started the podcast I tried playing I'm like I'm gonNA finally your everybody talks so great about it people love the series. Start the first one and I get to the first space stations about four levels in and. The game broke me now just like this isn't funny. And I never picked it up again and I was like okay we'll just was real maybe it was just me or something, and then when Mike had originally wanted to play going commando and Is. Forced into Saint. Let's do the first one I and I had forgotten that happened until we did this, it wasn't really my. If not on about halfway through the game like wide I'm not just suggest playing the PS four rematch because you would have pushed it I would sure. Like, then change that much of the story nick and I were talking off camera the we both started immediately after finishing this one it's not terribly different as far as started goes. Yeah there's. Some slight tonal differences like I feel like the first game feels a little scarier in a little bit more grounded and the remake feels more hopeful and energetic but as as as playing through this one is just still like the story still like all the characters everything's still really cheesy fund. For those that I don't we said direction came out in two thousand, two made by insomnia in INSOMNIAC Games. That made the India Spiderman game that came out a couple of years ago. I don't know if anyone actually played that one maybe better than this. Spending this. I think. That's bold words caught. This guy I mean I had fun with this game at time purchased. The story is fun like I do like the characters I do ratchet, and clank and I liked the idea how you have ratchet asus mechanic shirtless mechanic working on his ship and he can't completely fix it and clink being a reject robot ends up finding out that this chairman direct businessman is going to destroy the world and make his own destroy world to make his own world. He gets the master plan. So he's there hunting him and that's the whole story starts very basic version of it Ella. Backs. One of a kind for majority of the series. Kind of yeah. Sort for now I've seen I know there's a there's a new Russian clinking coming out, right? Yeah. For the PS, five I seen people post screen shots of the female back, and I'm just like okay I don't care at all. That's hills alternate dimension though there are other law boxes in the PS three games. Games introduced a new commander character who is supposed to be is supposed to be allo- banks or not. Okay This is actually my first ratchet and clank game I ever played and I think I made the right choice playing the first one I could never go back to this game. Oh God. No as my found out. Because I wanNA say through all the time that we were getting ready to talk play. We're playing to the show Clinton's game for the show all you talking about it's man to is so much better man there's so much better. That's all I heard. I'm going to try to do that during this episode. Is, there's a lot of comparisons to be made. I would look at this out of the way. This is the hardest game to come back to after eighteen years of development and video game systems is gain has very little reward for you to ever play it again, what reward is just there's nothing there there's play you play once and. kind of it. You got everything. He's two thousand and two in general I. Think I mean that. Eighteen year but also look that was a different gaming was at that time like the PS two era game era where you're making games were still at more challenging than they need to be like you didn't like this game doesn't have any difficulty selection it'd be so nice. It's an easy mode to go to regain. BE IT EASIER And also it follows one of my my favorite and quotation traits. Any game can do where some some boss fights in general just take way too damn long. I. Don't need to hit the balls one hundred times with with my cannon just because just because like I don't need to do that like it's okay to hit him twenty times and the and the fight it doesn't need to be one hundred but that was that was a time. It's very much a creature of its of its time. To do sucks. Him To we talk more next week, bounty hunter came out two thousand to. Talk. But. mean. It was interesting to me. I had to kind of play this game differently than I would normally because this is a three d action platformer with a very high concentration on weapons and guns and I don't like I am issuing Gamer, I don't like to use any consumable source unless I'm getting lots of back and I tried to play the majority of beginnings game using just wrench as a melee weapon and that that doesn't work for too long. It's even worse idea in the sequels like I told you before the it's fine. This is an all future games, your weapons gain experience, and level up on what night, and it's just not a part of this. So you can get away with it here but don't do that. Don't do that I won't see the second one. There was no it's just how I mean. It didn't last long I had the game forced me to change. It forced me to use the bomb and it forced me to use other equipment that I didn't want to at virtual. Once I started to like it's the weapons are fun. Yeah. I mean they're like different flair on our typical shooter guns like your first weapon is just like you said, the bond glove, it's grenades and the second one is just a normal blaster, but it's all dolled up inside five whatever to visit the combustion this one no, it's the pyro something it's called. PYRE ROSSITER IRS eter. Planes are defined door. Okay. The guy just got him out of order you're thinking of the blasters when you get a little. A. Laser Gun is federal pestle. So I left kneecap that would make sense. Isolated. Though you get a bunch of random weapons in this game you get I, didn't use most of them. 'cause I I just don't. Like I didn't use, you were talking about there's morph weapon that you've got at one point, the more array I never used it. It's. It's okay like you just concentrate the beam on the animated turns into chickens in the bigger, the me longer takes. Though, it's an end design low. So it's a good emergency weapon this this game when Manege came out I must have been like twelve and I remember playing it for the very first time and having all these unique weapons that think the only other games I was playing at that time were a dynasty warriors Oh. So. Having a gun that turned it into a chicken. Was The craziest thing for me and I must've spent hours running through planets turning everything into chickens. I've never done this before the weapons are definitely shoot selling point like all the marketing and all the ads based around the craziest weapons of the game which I wish I had thought thought of that commercials. I watch. Don't feel that crazy in this game lived in chicken cannon the restaurant I mean you had a vacuum that sucks enemy and shoots out maybe I just didn't use a lot of them like I know there's the glove of dum dum glove that makes little botts that go after and blow of enemies or something. I didn't use it often I use it a couple of times like it. It's it's a nice weapon. If you there's a place I. Love You just constantly jumping over everything. You don't even have to aim you just throw out the box and just kind of walk through entire levels but speaking to. Marketing. All the marketing they had they showed real people with these giant weapons and my mind always thought ratchet was like sixteen feet tall. Make sense because he had like he just wheels his weapons like a normal person would like a frying pan and he has a huge. They say about big feet. Don't wear shoes guns. Okay I've never seen these commercials before, but I'm watching them right now about what people using a very bad quality version of one but. They were meant to be like a home movie style too. So they're not great quality begin with. Okay. It's an effective marketing campaign I thought. Resonated really really well with me like that seems superdome. I'm to bet I remember people constantly talking about this game over the years about the weapons being so unique and different. Definitely gets that way moving forward with the series. Because I mean if we're talking to different weapons I, mean besides the more full rate which I never used nothing seemed to unique. You have a flame thrower, a blaster rocket launchers you have a Nikita missile you thinking you're solid snake with one weapon like you have nothing was that crazy I think it's just the tone of the game and also the weapons these games never feel too bleak. It's always Kinda rude a Saturday morning stout style cartoon. And having these fun weapons and a very funny game I thought that was pretty unique and I haven't really seen too much of that way to put it I mean the game you're right for the most part. The story is pretty upbeat and you have a couple of parts like where clank ratchet into fighting each other and I whole. The whole idea of your villain is trying to do is very bleak, but they do it in a very. East, destroying planet after planet after planet, just to build his new planet. So he can feel it for and make money off it. From like Nick said earlier, the remake has really totally different. I think a lot of that comes from ratchet game. He's just a flat-out Dick in life. Yeah. He does not feel like the hero but every game going forward he's got like a totally different personality. Yeah. I. Do see what you mean about the gun about Roger Being Sixteen Fica these gun look Diganbar. Multiple humans to pick up in. It's hilarious. Remember any of these commercials. That's like Nick said the like they definitely had a lasting impression. I probably haven't seen him in fifteen plus years, but I can still pretty much play elise the more for right one in my head like I. Just saw it. So many times at the time I think the only time I ever really saw these commercials where like late night on Spike TV or like watching comedy central way past my bedtime. I never really remembered seeing any game commercials unless there was on late night cable I can't. I can't remember back that far back unfortunately. I. Do you want to say the game kind of grabbed me though pretty quickly even I wasn't I was having fun with it I like I mostly enjoyed my experiences I did play with safe states because it's me. And I don't like reading stuff, but it did have its moments like you fight a lot of robotic enemies. You fight a lot of just like strange of wildlife type enemies I think the best way to put it. You don't fight your common humanoid stuff, but it's it's fun and one thing that kept me going that in any game that I like is that every time you kill every box you break, you're getting something for it. You're getting both unfortunately boulter not multiplied every bolt you literally one bolt and you need thousands of ice stuff but still like the economy going the economy in this kind of broken. Oh Yeah. So many paywall is the the continue on but yeah, big. Boxes feel still feels super grade and having all the bolts suck into you. It's awesome. Sound effects are fantastic throughout this entire game. It did a good job even and I actually played this for the music for the most part of the game. You know music was fine like I enjoyed it. Yeah. It's up something going to be humming the rest of the day. But yeah, it doesn't. It doesn't get lawyer or anything. No I didn't have a problem with actually would would, and then later on when I was in your pockets my podcast just so I could hear when they talk until the end nice. That was more just me know I I do like how the story like the story starts off. You know in the beginning of your whole quest is the captain court, and after you find out that direct, this guy is destroying all these planets. Your whole goal is get to court with this big giant Superhero Commercial TV guy, which is you know fraud but that's your whole plan and I I kind of nuclear something wrong court but I didn't know all the details because I never played series. I just I. Was Pretty I think for had the inkling that he was not who he said he would your carcass, Korca's the booster gold, the ratchet and clank universe. Jesus in front of the glory completely villa. No. Yeah. He's feeling because he's really dumb and it's not. It's it's not his fault he's just dumb. As a series progress, he becomes the most like interesting character just because of all the ridiculousness and like the depression kicks in. And he's he's great. He's such a Dick Oh yeah. No that like as you said early both said now like, yeah, he's an asshole in this game like it doesn't hit right away because I was trying to find Corgan you know he's trying to help all claiming can save the world sort of and do this and it comes to a point when when things happen I don't WanNa get to just yet because there will be spoilers this game, but it's eighteen years it doesn't matter and. Rabbits whole mentality goes from. I. Want to help out to fuck I just WANNA kill this bastard uh-huh and all that he cares about the. Not Very likely likable protagonist. Then for a while your all of his motivations and like the first three quarters of the game are for his own selfish desires. Do what he wants. He wants to hover board he wants to be in the. And it's all about head fucking racist. Cooper racist bad. He took his own our level boy. I hated the I had to do the race bit by bit Ri-, Save State to do it perfectly to beat it because I just could not beat those races. I tried the first one, three times I. Never saw the first place person than I looked up to walk theater in it's not mandatory so I skipped. Second no no no. Such luck. Okay I. beat them. I beat both I know. You did something I didn't do. I I still try to complete as much of his game as I could and I. Think I started playing this game about a month ago terrible games. I got to the Hover Board put it down for about a week and then got back into his like I'm never doing that again. It's it's rough. It's not fun it. I mean I know it's a very much of the time like the era was a lot of that like how can we throw in little mini? Games talking we throw in this to make our game different in the technology was there to do so much more. That s kind of how this game felt where you. Feel that time you have a lot of patty which stuff that you didn't need. But because of the time of the year it came out, you're gonNA throw stuff in there just to make 'cause I remember there being a when he review game the game wasn't a certain amount of link people would cut it down. It was too short of wasn't worth buying. Yeah I agree with that anymore because I'm adult now but it Was Precious. There are so many speed runs of all the ratchet and clank games and you realize how much padding there is I. Think I saw speed run this game this week in like forty two minutes long damn while and they just skip worlds. It's incredible because there are so many worlds go to each world is very unique I. Want to say you go to a couple that are war torn. That are like showed the battle is going on with Drek, and his robotic forces you go to a random oppose. Your whole point is just to find a crash, the crash, a hover board guide to get his board like there's lots of little things in this game that it's very unique I mean it's padding. But like I can see it would have been fun in two thousand to two, thousand and three. Not. Open world like every planet has two or three set paths to follow to get to something. You're you're rewarded no matter where you go. Yeah it is that Saturday morning type of thing like every episode has like a new new thing in has a pretty good template for like keeping a child or a young person constantly rewarded in the feeding them And it works I I. I still like this game, end action. is good to like the map every time you go to a new planet, there's a map you can look at it. We'll show you were the stars are where you have to go, and as you progress through the Mac will it will come out the spot color in the spot that you've been to show you where you've been. That's so it's so good I i. don't see that nowadays nice and. That was really cool when you trying to like hunt down golden boats. That actually made sense. Don't do it. I found one by accident just because it was nearby and I texted Mike I'm like I don't ask you have to find the. Good I've been skipping them everywhere the only purposely serving this on his to unlock the golden weapons halfway through the game. You can unlock five of them with the right amount of golden bolts and a hell of a lot of normal. Oh, my God, and then after you beat the game and unlocks the five stronger. Yeah. They have better properties they're upgraded. Okay then. I couldn't see myself doing that I also, like if we were talking about mini games game has stupid little Hacky mini game that I recur. Trust passer weapons, called. That's so much fun. Okay. I mean you have two different definitions of funding. I don't like puzzles as much so that that's why. I want to say every game going forward has some variation. I Google the couple. I would find youtube videos and watch it just. So the guy got the wherever the solution was positive recreate the solution that'd be done like I tried first, and then after after like five minutes I'm like I don't understand this. Is a take away from the game that you don't know it didn't. It didn't bother me if they were there like there is nearly Bob me in this game, the boss fights pitching that final boss, right. But for the rashly it was challenging I like it gets challenging, but it was still fun. The first loss fight was. And in the Cave Yeah I'm bridges talk. Stuck, we should talk about the if it's the K-, we should talk about how you get in the cave. Yeah. So We were saying their whole. The whole game is you're trying to the captain core because you WanNa tell court drake is doing and you want Kevin Cork to help us at work. Give if I remember some bullshit excuse like all come to my training ground after you complete my training on, we can fight together some some bullshit like that I think yeah. Because earlier, you see a direct talking to a shadow telling them to hunt down these these do-gooders that are going to be on his way. Turns out. Spoilers. Cork is such astle earn just as an idiot maybe not Nashville right ratchets the apple growers idiot. Face animates is terrifying he's. I know it's the way it moves. He's one of the only humanoid like human looking characters in this game that isn't an animal. Some sort. Yeah I guess. So is GONNA. Really. Fat Guy With Big Chin in a in a green suit. He's got the mister incredible body type. Three thumbs. Oh. Yeah it's just it's just has three thumbs. It's it's weird. I've never noticed that every time you look at them, it's just these three. Thumbs. Big Got My attention. In that. So you go through the training ground for Cork to prove that you're good enough and at the end of it, and he's all like Oh, come here and I'll give you something and I wanna say ratchet realize something's wrong and won't go forward. But clink is is naive because he's young humor about three thumbs and so he ends up going forward in the on the platform and they get dropped into a hole or something. Some kind of snag will be secure. Remember the exact terrible. That's when I started like. That's when I was enjoying the game a lot and then when I got that I'm like, okay, this is really really annoying. Okay. So I'm thinking you didn't do this bus ie right. So we know the arena composed of several platforms linked together by these bridges. You have to shoot him to the point where he starts chasing after you and get him to walk on the bridge in clashes into the lava did that yes? Oh okay. It's just too many hits to get him to that point in my. Yeah, I suppose. So I just I when I go through a full clip of all the animal I can hold for a weapon and I take a one bar of your health I'm not I'm not happy. I'm annoyed. Especially, when I'm playing the game on the only difficulty if I'm playing the game on expert or nightmare I'm going for that like I'm okay than I expected but I'm playing you know give me the one like this game has no difficulty selection which apparently thing in two thousand, two I'm okay with that. But at the same time, you don't need to make it as hard as this game felt like it did at time. Yeah. It almost feels like the sequels are about the same difficulty with your constant leveling up your health and your eleven up your weapons or thanks get progressively easier. But this game just didn't have that to balance out the difficult I don't like. But I love dark souls one and two because the same thing you're going commando probably does where even though I failed I was still I would earn something for my troubles like I could sit there and just farm extreme point if I needed to. Yeah and that's why I think these games really hard to go back to just there is no sense of solid progression like leveling up your character besides getting more health but even then it's just As soon as you get the weapon, that's all the weapons ever going to be and they're not, they're Kinda. Cool. But I only use the same ones run most of the game and then I in the devastator you way later, which is just a rocket, a homemade rocket launcher I use that a lot but only holds twenty shot. and. I I know you can buy Ammo and things and you get ammo boxes throughout a level, but it just wasn't the same. Yeah. It didn't do it for me. The story was fun though I. I was enjoying the story and I was laughing at the way the characters interacted and the NBC's you run into are all idiot. Fun. Plumber's crack joke at one point which is dumb. But that was kind of funny. And I was wrong. The first boss is a giant Lizard looking thing he not not the snuggle snug obese I'm watching the video as we talk. I forgot about that flight. That's why didn't seem so bad for I remember like you know it was very two, thousand, two were you do a thing then something happened and you can hurt the boss again do a thing. Then you can you on and that's how this whole game is at times but the next. Of this game is fun. I? mean. We had the world's levels aren't open world, but they are fun to explore yet. They're super colorful like they're they're open in a sense were you know where your need to go? You never really get confused and there's a pretty clear line where you should be going. As a child, it was pretty as a twenty seven year old child. It was really easy to go through this game I have a problem with that part. I had a problem with dying a lot but partly because I suck it platform. I'm not a fan normally I. I stay away from these type of games I enjoy them if they come out and PS as foreign anward where the game you know it's easier but back from this air is not my not my cup of tea. Question I couldn't have been the only one. When you get the grind boots, all I could think of sonic adventure two bathroom. Own. Shoes I, I have a thing for venture too so good or bad I spent way too many hours trying to get Green Hill Zone. So. Oh Dear God. Yeah. For those that know that means yeah. Tried get s rank and every level in that game, and we're missing three s shrink never did get those shrinks but a lot. Of The grinding on our the sonic games were playing. Yes. I've only played once on a game and it was RPG one. Brotherhood. Guess. I could owens's bio wear so. I will. Game was actually almost on this show was supposed to be on this show a long time ago, but the ROM doesn't work and having a terrible time trying to play it. So do not stay in the show is before and I hated it so. It's actually be worried. You'll never you're not go. You're not missing anything. I tried to like it but also one thing that this game does kinda mix up what you're doing because this game is concentrated mix things up is that where you go to places to different places where ratchet can't go because ratchet can't breathe in the world so you have to switch to play as clank for a little bit. And those are interesting like you don't have the weapons you. You can't jump as high only punch things, but it was interesting like I didn't I had fun with it. You get the Gadget Butts. Gadfly did like little puzzle aspect of you have to get his little friends and have them follow him and I did like that. Oh love. It's like a style or you just tell them to attack enemies and they swarm around him. It's awesome. Cool and the double back when I was saying we were talking about when you have when you have the part with court in court portrays you and drops you in that tunnel you kill may push and you realize snort at Cork was just trying to kill you like he was working with the bad guy, and that's when ratchet becomes complete ass and his whole thing the rest for a good chunk of game get revenge on court. and. clinks like we gotta say we gotTa Stop Drinking all I care about is killing is taken out getting my revenge on court technically killing him and it makes the character much more unlikable for a long time. I felt. I didn't like his attitude in how he was just so much of an apple clank and just but again, it's like a teenager type NC type character I felt like he's growing because he does girl eventually eventually eventually. Takes a while it takes a couple of games. On some on this game, it takes a while his. Life will going forward. I liked him near the end like I as the game progresses and the story progresses and you keep you know in your eventually takeout or can you become more concerned about what's happening like I? Liked it better talk about taking our core that's the second boss fight right there. Could we skip the bought because we the ant but I can't remember you fight court. Qualified your spaceship, right? Yeah. It's one of. The flying levels those were interesting. They have they have a bunch of this game. You have to fly around in your ear inn ship and it was kind of fun like one. I barely beat no win the candles I rarely be kind of fun I like it was a nice different. You know just doing the same platform me all the time. Yeah. They're not difficulty there. So it's it's a nice the break-up the. They they give you a ton of health and they give you a ton of rocket just from killing the regular little bad guys that fly around. With the Turret sections because you know there's two thousand two and we have we have to have those some of those are really really annoying. The woman really really long ship and you. Hold my God. I died so many times that even know what I was doing wrong start my help was disappearing. It wasn't just even okay. Now during that, when I remembered a a very unfortunate part of a Spook Tober game we have coming up is instantly dreaded having replay that we'll talk about their interface. No you're talking about it's not so bad unless you're unless you're going for the thousand points you're playing on the super harder of cult then is terrible. I have like one or two achievements left on my game and that is one of them and you'll never get probably not. So and everything we've ratchet and clank that that I felt was very nice. You know to kind of fit like we were saying earlier where it Just kind of keeps feeding you cock you're getting new equipment new items of some sort all the time. So it always feel like the game is changing a little bit even if it is something like the high Israel, Spicer, which is the whole point of it is just to open up different areas of of of a planet still find that there's tiny puzzles in the platforming I'm house. Okay. Was it most of the time? Except for the Times tricky, I'll give you a hydrogen place point in you're not supposed to use it yet. Use it and I go down like okay. Well, I was supposed to go back to drain the water. Oh question for you. I would have skill points do in this game every often I said so you've got a skill point, but I had no idea what to do with now i. Do Concept are. You had to go to the main menu to access them. You don't unlock skills like you with. Like I wanNA scalpels, but they're like very specific like you had to shoot down three shops like a particular weapon than normally this ships aren't even enemies they're just drop off enemies your support you can destroy those, and that's like a skill point they're very obtuse and they don't tell you any of them there and game challenges, and then the HD made each of them a trophy. Okay I was curious. What they were I mean I saw a couple of times. I'm like, what? What am I? What's happening here? I even listen the menu thinking there is something I could upgrade or something no, there was nothing I was like this doesn't make any sense. Yeah I think that's how I felt. We didn't play this game but. There's a better version of this game and it's easier to access. It's it's really hard to convince people to go back and play this game I. Mean I'm glad I did in the aspect of I would you know I feel like if I would have played more of the series like we're we're going to show I could not go back to this game but you still wanted to like having played so many like why should probably see it started and then the And it would have so much harder. So yeah, we definitely ended up during the throw anthem man at you like that. As you progress through the game, you have a little shopkeeper guy at that pop up in every planet right by ship where you can buy AMMO which I didn't buy ammo because you got to say my bolts in my head. Buy New equipment, which I didn't use I bought almost everything I. Didn't US Majoria when I bought it just bought it because it was there that the world's so that you have the bolts divine everything as it came up because like every planet has given bolts to someone to progress by it right away. I just got stuff. In Progress I ended up getting everything with Tesla Cutter. And I only and I didn't get the full health upgraded you get one health upgrade for like four thousand and you need thirty thousand volts to get the other held upgrade I never got that I did the majority things in this game I didn't think I did all the mission that you can do. I at times I feel they want you to come back to planets and just run through them over and over again just to get bolts because there's not really any good farming sexes. Farmed. was going to say for the final boss only bringing up now. Okay. So given speeder honors in the crazy shit they do. There is a place in real where you can phase into the wall of the Hover Board track using the decoy glove where it pushes you through the wall and you're out of bounds you walk around this little platform in jump into this void or the contract should be as you get low this kind of appears and then run along the track on foot, and there's a part with a hovering platform to a whole bunch of crates stand under it and hold down the the Taunton weapon that. Breaks crates, and there's son kind of bug where the crates break offscreen. They don't disappear, but you still get the volts. So I took one of my wife's hair ties and wrapped it around the controller in about three hours. Later, I had enough bullets to buy health upgrade, the piracies, the the Golden Buster, and the Rhino which we haven't talked about yet. So it it helped for the rest of the game. That's how you do it. Since it came up, I wanted to bring I want to mention it. I wish I would've known I would've one hundred percent. Did it Stuff, we'll get to the final. Final Balls I. Don't WanNa go there yet but. Oh God and when. I mean, 'cause they the polls like I just broke everything I didn't go through any levels extra but I was able to get Bolton I is at least I felt like I was accomplishing something like I had fun the for the enemies for the most part in this game I didn't use any like clever tagged. I did a lot of jumping smack jumping smack. That was one of my huge ways of fighting, which is jumping snack and people in the face of the ranch. It's not a wrong way to do things. It's effective using the the comet, the comet strike the call when he throw the ranch is also very effective. I never use it I didn't like aiming in this game either like any time I, felt like when I had to aim art one, our one aim I think I didn't like it it. It felt off to me. I was never happy when I had to do it. Yeah. I. Mean I did a few times when I just cut, it would have to but I just never liked it. I never felt like it was fascinating time right at the aim shoot the rocket lock on the guy, shoot the rocket and then raw because he's shooting at me at the same time. And fate. Doesn't work via wellness on where you just kinda use the jet pack and Hover in place. It's not effective. World is creative. You see people fighting each other like you see people fighting against direct forces and thing that's cool. I mean again direct reminds me of like a you know now we're in the year twenty twenty he reminds me of like a terrible businessman that's taking over hypoth-, that idea I mean I think what they were going for they just they hit twenty twenty on the in a way you know. In the future because you have stuff like that and it's just he's a terrible villain and I love how he's like well, our planet got destroyed and later on like because we minded for all the money was worth profit profit profit and it makes it does fit like Saturday morning cartoon character to though in a way of someone who's just like greed is terrible. This guy is bad because he's really yeah school and put it. But it was entertaining like I was always interested to see where the story was going to go next. I was always ready for the next thing you and I and I did explore most of these world which is not I. Don't do a lot of explaining game usually try just get through it but I like breaking up more crates. I. Want more boats because I didn't I didn't want I never got to a point in this game right? Couldn't by the next thing to progress for the game I never got to a point where like okay I don't have to go get more both to pay this guy, 'cause live the levels at the end the level you need Info bought, which is Essentially. Just saying, this is the next place to go or you need something to do it, and if you don't have like four thousand or two, thousand bolt, you're not, you're not progressing with the game. When I first saw the rhino that that also kind of confused me because you're one the early gain planets and you come up to this random guy is okay. I'll sell you this weapon in two hundred, fifty, thousand bolts. Yeah. I'm like. Hell to get back because at this point, the most gun costs like ten thousand volts. and. It wasn't till Mike like you're supposed to play the game multiple line. because. Once you beat the game you on challenge mode and as you kill on, me's without getting hit your you build up a multiplayer for bolts Oh yeah it makes it a lot easier that makes sense and that's probably what they expect you to do then is just breakfast I was never playing this game again like this game already got deleted all soon as I finished it because. I was just. But the Rhino was super cool because I never I never played a lot of games and still don't play games have a really good sense of humor to them and having the best gang at the best weapon in a game be upon and just be a complete joke. It's it's always kinda stuck into because every time I would go into a new games like Oh. What's the Rhino of this game? It and it always like. I guess now like the energy shored halo is like kind of like the most iconic weapon or. Other Games have the weapons that represent that game in the rhinos always been the rationing clink series weapon to me at least. A lot of people like nick centers on new on every game going forward. I, I'm definitely excited to try more because of this game like. We were saying the enemies are also created. There's like there's a slime you fight periodically the as you hit, it breaks into other side and they get they get smaller like there were no. Yeah I didn't I had fun planes game for the most part. I mean. All the time I play safer because four health is not enough health this game. Get, you can get Combo to I've got cobbled a few times not often, but it could happen you just stuck. Yeah. Does give you health upgrades throughout the level but as the game progresses farther feel like they were not as nice about it and I didn't experience 'cause I was cheating but michaels telling me has a checkpoint or not close not near each other Oh. No God no. So. The last level is this frigging gauntlet of stupid enemies and tricky platforming versus part of the hydro displays her like your cat died shortly after this part in Tuck evacuees through the checkpoint is I made several minutes of progresses like half a dozen firefights later died and it took me right back to that same spot slide I had to put it down like I'm just going to come back to this later. It was upsetting I don't even remember get into a checkpoint and having it register as a checkpoint I. Don't know if there's a visual hunting thing. Thank so so there's there's times where I was playing the game and I thought I was making really good progress and then fell off a ledge and it's like, okay. Well, I shouldn't be that far back in like all the way back in the beginning the world's like. This is a very old game. Yeah I I think there might have been inch point thing that I feel like there was something I saw throughout the game. Oh, what's this for? But I can't like I'm drawing a blank right now and I'm thinking about it. I. Caught my attention and another thing. Yeah I don't like Cy Cooper where you had a little lapse that you laid up with his face. Which your much cooler. This game on place like Cooper again. This game makes me WANNA play rushing cling to. Yes I. Which I think is what you started right after this. I really really wanted to I didn't end up playing the remaking said. I don't believe we're long ways off from that one. So whatever play this yes we are the ratcheting cling sequel's just get better and better. They just put so much new stuff and innovation in each one of those games that going back in the beginning of playing the first game. It's like, wow, it is more of a proof of concept than an actual worthwhile game. It's definitely it ugly I think it's comparable to the original street fighter where like is like you said it's the proof of concept and them equal is where it is explodes with all these different ideas and it defines the series is moving forward. I am wondering about this game it was has a lot of trap like there were a lot of. Action Puzzles. Let's say where you have to figure out how you're going to take out the turret or take out this enemy and as I'm watching the playthrough. But now there's completely different ways to do probably all three of us even did it differently as we played through I everything with the ranch for as long as I could because. I don't play Games right? Sometimes as we every find out the more and more I do the show and that. Purpose accidentally making this game harder for myself that I meant to because I just didn't I was trying like to save weapons like I. Say for certain I mean you've got to a point in this game near the end where I had no choice but to use the devastator and use better equipment because you will not you can't get your you'll never get near them. Bomb gloves pretty good it it it's a clutch weapon. Easy use lock on is pretty good in this game to that game would not work without a lock on. Yeah. I like that and. We've said, many times all the worlds are so different like I just as we're talking I just remembered one where like a tropical island that you're on your writing a book. and. I, enjoy I enjoyed it a lot and I was like, okay, this is a this has some fun moments in this game. Now is one of them. It wasn't too challenging the Fisher annoying until I started sucking vacuum, but I had fun. We had a good time plane. I had a bug that happened that you're escort and the guy to the end of the two is a fighter jet and I got all the way they're fighting enemies I turn like a cave where did he go and he was just gone so I had to I had to kill myself in reload. But at least when you die in this game, you do keep all your boats Amel that you a, but you also keep all the annual law. So I know it's a has a handicap. The crates won't be there I. Gave You ammos. Now you have less amel to do the part you just did. They fix Jones that I didn't experience that of course because I was cheating. But as I was talking with other people or look listening to people talk about the game. That's what came up a lot. Yeah. You have to reload the world and then everything refreshes. Okay still needed. It, I mean at least with the bolts, you get a sense of progress all the time like your competence something they fix it way more later game but now it's still nice. Trying to think what what was it? That makes ratchet finally, WANNA be okay with stopping directs your it's Lou and he finds out that he's going to destroy planet to make room for their planet in the orbit and that it it amplified when he finds out that developed in his home planet, the shark wants to destroy. Okay. So he's really a selfish character. Okay. Yeah. I mean that the whole idea what this guy wants to do is they had a planet but a they rated the planet for supplies and resources and other plans to stories, and now they're going to take part of each lease other planet to make their own new planet to then raid for supplies ought to be like you're killing billions of life-form and there's no like put police force at sent out is a guy with. Well Korca's posted. Well, I guess the galactic renders not really in this on bed corker supposed to be part of this team of superheroes that's meant to buy this stuff court. Wii corker going to direct or again money. Doesn't it. Yeah. Because he's GonNa be the spokesperson of the New Planet Yeah. Wow. Okay. That's what I. Like I said corker than idiot. But. I I know that corks like as you got saying earlier to plays a big part in the series going forward. I. Am Interested to see where that goes as we play more of these games. Yeah. He seems like he has a storyline and every and from her on at school even offer one you recommend right might. beat. Again. You didn't recommend it. Not Recommend that. I remember hearing of it. I never played it. That's one way to have to play multiplayer for you ever get to. Yes. On that ramp. I'm just watching this guy is playing like one thing that this game has minds I remember getting really irritated the minds and I'm watching how this guy is using the flame thrower to get rid of them where I just hit him with a wrench. And you like it how often I didn't use that. All. The punchline. Allah really useful. You're you have I frame with that weapon to? I used a lot later on when I didn't get it right away because I was saving them. I was with my bolts real wile look at the guidance because they got the by this. Okay. I wouldn't spend any boats in that in that world until Mike Okay I got plenty of volt I can spend poll I did a lot more later on I'm so aware I always like guns and Malay. Games like RPG's I like the gun using characters and then shooters I liked melee weapons. It is on just a bit contrarian. I guess usually they kind of make those weapons standout. True. It could be why the Wolper is dumb fun. It's a it's a glove and you hit people with it and you shoot for. Great. I think it's a good weather. There is one part in this game that really annoyed me later on like there's there's a part where you have to. Drain the water or the water is constantly filling up or something, and you literally have just enough time to get through this part. But if you fuck up at any point in this long part, you better start the whole thing over. And I would like, Oh, I stopped to hit a guy. I didn't make this jump perfectly. Well, you failed and it took me multiple tries with save states to get it. Just right. I'm like I don't like it when a game gives me very like almost no room for air. Maybe again PFC era so Efficiency Yeah definitely not I didn't have a whole lot of trouble with it was the electric water parts. Turned off the electricity in, you have the certain time limit to make it through these underwater sections before returns back on an instantly kills you. I'm made those perfectly I didn't have any problems somehow outstep sits with all I just did it I. Don't know how well. Impressive I I don't think I had say you know maybe I did but I don't think I did because it wasn't very long and I just did it. I remember having I because I would go. I would just hold on our one something. I. Hit a thing I didn't care I just keep going. I made it work well, I mean I can see it being very annoying but I just I didn't have much problem with that prom other with the part where the rising water that gave me Oh. This is stress entire level of stress on a stretch in this game like it gets difficult near the end. Yeah that last level is brutal. Claim Format Creek to the level of being crave apart you to take on a fleet of ships and you take out the fleet of ship by jumping from ship to ship and just kind of fucking it up. In the next year and that was fun I liked it. Yeah and then the train level on Kirwin, the metropolis city rewriting the train and. Swing, shot and around and. It's fun. All the rail redocking thing. That's something else I think snow. That's what else. Constantly writing rails and jumping from rail to rail and trained, you're coming at you in is offer some optional item I found out at the end like Okay. I wasn't worth it, but I'll take it anyway. I remember as I'm watching I'm watching right now but the demon fish in this game is this what I call them. We're one time I forgot I didn't kill my God jump in the water I'll eighteen at the end of that my. Happy. Again. Yeah. The fish every planet has won like fauna or flora just wants to kill you and its sole purpose. Like the Scorpion Bastards. God and that all that Forest Jungle Planet that was the worst the worst enemies, your meaning the entire gang because you could not killed them quickly. Sneak them. They have some kind of mercy invincibility after you head online player normally would you hit them lines and then you have to wait for that to go away but they can still attack us during that time. I went through so much ammo and so much I barely got through that part even with states I barely did it this kind of a Cathartic to fight him as clank where you can use the gadget lots to destroy him. Yeah and there aren't thirty of them when he fights him. I, swear they were part just like I. I. Would Kill him from a distance run on amylase. Okay. We're GONNA 'cause. You're kind of felt to sneak around them. When you get certain things at wakes them up. Awesome. They tried to kill you immediately. The best part of this game but does that planet optional? I don't think any planets really optional. Seems like everyone has at least one thing that you need to progress. Okay. Yeah. You get info bought. So probably would necessary. Yeah. Option. Yeah there is, but you can never be sure which path is GonNa take you to optional which one's GonNa take you to one of the gadgets. Early you saw the info box that give you access to new planets in that was your speed runner in you know what you're doing. Yeah. I think we should have talked about most of the gaming we stopped the final boss now. That level. This off my. The any kind of culminates where we're you know you're you've been, you've been going after direct this whole game you stop you stop court found quirk was all just a patsy for him because like we said he meets folks person and you find out you go to this guy he's making his planet and we're saying he's gotta get. He's he's got all he's already destroyed planet. So he has he has put together but where he wants, he has to destroy Rashes Home Planet so they'll Rach gets all. INTO IT and want to stop him in a kind of a change of the character. But again, he's still selfish because the only reason she's interested because it's his home planet. And like I remember level not being too bad like it wasn't terrible i. think it just level. You have to transform into the robot instinct by people all the time they hit the alarm button that a different level think a second. That's the fleet second. That was that was miserable. The right I forgot about that. fucking miserable having to to. Train your character at all, not enough on. Okay. The last level. So you're run through this whole place and this final boss fight made me want to quit the game complete completely and anyone who knows me listen the show now if I make it that far to a game, it takes a lot to stop me. So you get room, you're in a big green with a giant Mech fight and he has a huge health bar. And you do such little damage to him I felt like it just wasn't I was going through clip after clip of my blaster and using my devastator and I wasn't even taken out one of his five bars of health and he shooting mindset you shuping shooting rockets at you. Throwing bombs at you spending little minions at you. It is ridiculously hard. Yeah. I think it was every quarter health you get him down he staffers off to the next part and you have to do some platforms go back to it's not great. It's terrible and I died even in the platform pardon me I'd safety. So it didn't matter but still died I'm like this would really piss me off the I was playing this game more legit and as I was talking to people people, it wasn't just us everyone hates this fight. Yeah definitely fights off they megan about midway through the fight. He has a bomb that he presses when the fight start that you have to deactivate and he'll press every. So often throughout the fight, and if you don't press at the time runs out, you ought dot period that Nice. Nice and I was one of the worst boss final boss I've ever done in a game. I would say hearing you talk about this fight is what spurred me to abuse glitch and get enough votes for the the Rhino. I did not have to go through that to you. You weren't. Don't Nick did you were able to finish it? Yeah. I, didn't have a single problem with is. What did you do it? I just I just kept hitting them I use mostly the blaster and whenever I would try to close and I don't I didn't have the right I went back and I got the Rhino. But I just kept emptying all my weapons into him. It seemed pretty straightforward. But yeah, I had more problems getting to him than the actual boss fight getting him as annoying to. I, I I think I was doing to fight wrong I'm watching you're watching a video of it and the guys like in his face constantly just hitting him with the flame thrower I was never in his face I was trying to stay far away from him and shooting from a distance, and that's probably not the right way to do this fight. I know the flame thrower is good with him, but I never was able to get that close. I also didn't have all the health upgrade. So it was a lot of a lot of dodging and just. Hitting him from afar I I would try to run, but then I get overwhelmed by the minis that he shoots out. And I and I'm watching this guy playing. He's keeping them injured all the time and keeping the number of low and I would just be completely overwhelmed by the and I have to like how to escape from them. They'd be like you know ten of them closing in I, mean there's nowhere to go. The there goes comes in handy there. Yep I use just the ranch. Good. Again, it was I played. I didn't play this game correctly I also didn't use the the the the suck candidate they're using right now to kill some of these ads little mini that he shoots out I. didn't I was using devastator and I was using the heat a rocket to hurt him a lot that Nikita rocket is not using his boss. Now. myhill. Just right where you shoot it off, get the homing rocket they hit him and then do it in a situation where you can do it him before you get hit, which is not easy to do and it doesn't do that much damage because I just couldn't get near him I couldn't hit him with the bomb go I couldn't hit him with the flame only hit him with the blaster Nikita rockets which are called be something and the devastator. I could not hit him with any other weapon, which is not way you're supposed to do this fight I'm watch. I did the blaster for most of it in. Amel, I had the Boza other missile gun. devastator. Yeah. That didn't user but didn't do a lot of damage to him but I can't miss him with the blast or two because I kept. The blaszczyk kept locking on other enemies. If. There's something maybe I'm probably playing right either I'm assuming. You don't think there's a wrong way to play the game. also try to hit him with the ranch when I saw him I went to hit him with a wrench less answer your question right there. By the way. If you're curious, it doesn't absolutely nothing. Better. So yeah, I was quite annoyed with this fight. I got an so frustrate I didn't look cheap I thought about it but I didn't get that far just beat them with safe states but I was getting close to breaking down. It was it was he was hitting me and I was glad to see I. wasn't the only one that had a problem with it. Now I'm glad the future games fix a lot of the difficulty issues. For sure interest games I mean this games heart way hardened should have been needs to be, but again, it's the era. Like the the sequels are still difficult but like we said, you're constantly gaining experience. Oh, it lessens a little with each death. I'm definitely excited to play them I. One thing that we forgot that I forgot to mention I really want mention is there's a part in this game you get Klink is like an upgrade and he becomes a giant. Giant Mecca you just go around and just break things and fight other maximum. It was so cool. It was a really fun moment in this game. Yeah. It's always cool to see a character that always small more like smart and creative, and then once that person gains the destructive ability sake, it's just fun. It was definitely one of my one of my more fun Parsons in this game and I really enjoyed it I. I also did apart wrong. There's a part where I was sitting there sniping all these guys the devastated and I found out you're supposed to just go through a room become big clean can just go crush them all but they most of them are already because i. Came but that wasn't a game salt that was my. This this game just has tons of little moments that make it really fun to play. They're surrounded by all the bullshit but like if you get into a room that has twenty or so boxes in, you don't even use your gun anymore you just hit every single box with your ranch and all the noises of the bolts fall in fall into you is worth it but it it's there's tiny little things in this game that just make it super fun like using the swing shots over his always blast I love anything with a grappling. Hook so. Slow going around without thing I wish there was more like side activities of pure platforming. Yeah. You get the EH training cars a metropolis. That's that's really the only non combat related platforming new. Yeah. Because the series goes on is a major focus on just the weapons and the platform always seemed like the third most important thing about this game besides the characters and the weapons. Yeah. Definitely 'cause and now now that we've done an episode on sly in Ratchet, it's I kind of want to comply with Jack and Dexter. Hold on that one we'll bring it on some point. It. Will come. I'm sure 'cause we met as well. I know ratcheting ratchet and clank really kind of became the Sony Mascot though for a while and the PS two era also. Yeah, there is a ton of games. And it's Something that I was kind of passed or meek you know I didn't care. I. Remember that that I mean that's have been watching reviews and listen people talk about it like it was such a you know it was something that they really push. I think prize when the more when the most successful series on the PS Tour Jack and Dexter was accessible with Jack doctors changes so much. Between one to win three were this kind of just Refined the series? Yeah. Those other two series mentioned that it topped out of what four games each and now yes. Ratchet and clank is in the. Sanur twelve or something crazy ham it's it's up there. We made it to four and four PM Street, and that was the end of sly. Jack and Dexter had the three games and it had jack x combat racing I. think that's it. Another one five. To I think there's a fifth Jack Game. I. Think I'm pretty sure right. I'll find out why we talked. So the upcoming ratchet and clank game is the Fifteenth Law Not Counting Mobile Games. ooh Okay. There's Jack Jack and Dexter Jack to Jack Three Jacks ex combat racing and in two thousand, nine Jack and Dr the loss frontier plus there's Dexter Dax Dax ter- and then also there was a ratcheting clint game for the PSG to like size size matters. There's a couple of. direct download games quest for booty in into the Nexus Soviet. Series got around for sure. Definitely, I'm excited to play more on any any else. We say about stretching coin for the first one I'm GonNa talk about the voice casserole. Sure. Please do so ratchet voice by Mikey Kelley in this one, an all voiced by James Arnold Taylor who both voice Ninja Turtles in the CGI TNT movie Lucky Keller's Michaelangelo James Laurel Taylor's Leonardo A David Kay voices clan coups most known for voicing vision and pretty much everything. That's not the embassy you like everything cartoons games everything. Jim Jordan his Captain Cork he was. He's probably best known for you betcha Dome in the fairly odd parents. Advocate. Kevin Michael Richardson is dragged who voices everyone everywhere he's everything. Mona. Marshall is the voice of Helga who's probably best known for is he in? Did you mind and Mike your favorite? And brave fencer Musashi. We saw. So. Good and the last person I mentioned is Neil. Flynn is the galette gadget inventor who is the janitor in? Oh really yup recipe. Wow. Okay. Character. He's also in an episode of Smallville too by the way. Yeah. He's the data the. Girl. The girl that he cloned that died was line of lanes best friend that guy tried to kill Lana. Lang. Okay, I'm talking to someone else. Yeah. Rose. The Ratchet Games always stuck with me just because they are so funny and the humor kind of evolves with the series and gets a little bit more perverse has it goes on but still maintains is somewhat child friendly attitude like if you know you know. But otherwise just. sturgis funny Quirky Games, and I don't think the first one didn't have any like sexual innuendo. Did it. The only thing that really comes to mind is if you keep doing side flips in front of the Hover Board girl, her boobs keep getting bigger. Some reason. I did not know that. The line that was. Through through personal. They don't going commando and up your arsenal are both sexual innuendo turn. Silencer, foodie toy soms, tools of destruction and crack time size matters. I didn't know that she was a tool to the destruction didn't occur to me until just now. Far. Yeah. Yeah Yeah Yeah. Plano. And you're up they. They had to change the name to who that's funny. They're fun. You know this again, the the the stuff in this game was very comedic and that's when the guy I did like usually would posit to hear what they had to say not because I cared about the story because I didn't care that much but I just enjoyed it. It was fun to listen to and I enjoy I was enjoying the game for the. The court commercial for big L's. Time you starts to talk court just cuts off or gets in front of A. I like the ending quirk isn't Connersville Courtney born and I it if something by any Easily. You just selling like commercial or something. Yeah. The the toaster utensils sticking out of it. Yeah. Because he's completely downgraded who he was now because he. Teamed up with a mass murderer. Now I did like that I like how he gets a fitting end in this game and the ending of this game is Kinda Fun to where you're watching. You know I think clank is about to leave ranch like, Oh, come on with me or something of that nature your makeup finally. full czar out of the socket or something Rach is like you'll be fine. They searched to walk off clinkers off the otherwise the k where you going the garages this way to their friends after all after they are fighting so much at this game. Annoying the remained doesn't do any of that I'm excited to watch the movie someday and play the rebate for the show. Remake Kinda like makes ratchet more of a cop than. Anything, it's just like the space rangers or the Galactic Rangers They they exist and the remake and it's Just part of the tunnel shift is like ratchet in the first game is Kinda like body and he's just doing this all by himself and then and the remake t they he has some sort of fame or some sort of credits. It's just a different feel to the game, but both of them are pretty okay someday, I'll play it I, keep telling myself that. I'm sure we will. We're getting close got an fourth but thirteen games to get through I? Don't want. To show look Rosen evil stuff. There wasn't an order or Super Mario World. Any as we go onto questions, comments or memories. Right I actually did a bunch of memories from that people had commented about love for this game which I'm I'm happy with but see I group we're gonNA. Read from his always not. We're GONNA even over blood and the first comment that I'm going to read I'll read John Henny as a huge ratchet and clank fan who has now platinum every main game in the series this game such. TIFF one. Click series even more impressive. Though is the fact that they came out every year. So the huge jump in quality from the first one to going commando. Then another jump from commando up your arsenal was done in an annual series that's wild to me an incredibly impressive. But yeah, I game sucks not fun. Again Games I'm so happy that played this game I because if I would have played going commando up your arsenal and better games, I would have probably hated escape plans. I didn't know any better I had fun for Mike was complaining a lot to me. And I. Made more from Charles Bell's my three favorite ratchet and clank games in no particular order going commando up your arsenal and tools destruction from the future series. That's weird. Didn't mentioned this game. Strange. From Nick Governor of the only memory I have of this game was wanting to play at my cousin's house and he left the game on top of his fish tank something in the fish tank that would kill game that were left on top of it for too long the game would never read. Not that I never did it. My CDs. Went back in their case. I wasn't a maniac. Yeah. I I hate that like I I had of domino. No, no goes back in the case back in the case don't don't. You dare put on top of the DVD player put it back in the game. This Day my wife will do something. Game but I gotta go back in the case. Drives me crazy. Tag. Fishing I will not be trying that, from Santa, Burns, I want to like it more than actually do great formula, but it wasn't until up your arsenal I really fell in love. That's what a lot of people I think feel like. And from Brian Bowen, easily system moving from me, the humor is always fun to twist on the guns are usually satisfied. The only thing I missed at the newer games like the FUN platforming restore from time to time and I'll read this one from a manual friend, the show who was supposed to be honest episode. But when asked him, he said, no, no, no, no, no and no but he will play the rest of all these supposedly think he earned it now you know he's a not. Okay. I never played the original game when it came out just like with sly, cooper? Finally played this game and thought it was fine at the time but having played it a few months ago my thoughts on it have shifted. I. Find It incredibly frustrating play without the strafing. That wasn't commended the second game in the word checkpoint was also terrible and the only less annoying than jacks to horrible checkpoints. The saving grace for the game as it's character development something that was thrown off the window for the remake and everything else was done better than the aforementioned remain with that says the foundation of an amazing theory that is still going onto the state and totally for that reason, it goes on my shelf I did not ask him goes on the shelf he decided to tell me anyway. and. He. Told everyone that if you just been on the episode I tried. All right last one from this group I want to read I jumped the next other groups from John Aldridge played at earlier this year game has held up incredibly well I played it so many times I lost count is one of my formative games well so when he played I. I'm looking at the release schedule for all of the rationing clank games and I did not know they were a yearly series. Definitely. The first three or three in thirty years hey, how they go straight I Love Creek though but I. It's crazy to think how each game got so much better and on such a small development cycle and that doesn't always happen. I mean look at US creed revelations in unity. And from the ratchet clinker got a few comments I wanna read. From Michael, grant, I always thought it was like Futurama when I was younger kind of is. Into that Mike you like this one from Antioch Miguel get frustrated just skip to the second game. It does get better. The series goes on trust me. What does that sound familiar? I. Feel like I told you that at least a half dozen times. and. The funny thing I didn't remember that I chain your pick from this from going commando to this game. I didn't even realize I did it wasn't. So you said ask the whole Mike hoops. So from Brad Sega or sorry Brad say it's my favorite game of the franchise. Wow, there's gotta be some. There's gotta be something the Staal Jake or something then 'cause. Is the only game in the franchise he's played. into. I played so and from knicker. Best Game. No scaling means all weapons are are viable till the end, which is cool. That is true I. Mean because as you experienced in the freezer ones, you tend to get favorites like I'm playing the Remagen I have the parasite Dr. completely maxell but that also means there's no benefit to keep using because I need to level up. The other ones are also going to be stuck with just using that as the Ginga Tartar I can see where he's coming from there doesn't make sense I I would rather just have powerful weapons but you. Earn something because I like earn stuff hits that placebo effect for me true from Luca what's what's one more I wanNA region to screw offering last night read from this group Luca Villain. For my first one of my least favourite, the entire franchise for the game game playing game economy I can agree with that have a few more I'm going to read now from the laser time group. From Stephen Shellenberger. My brother got really into that original series. I played all the way through the PS. Four reboot when it was free because I was fired for putting in my two weeks notice there was a ton of fun and helped me pass the time. She's a game always harder you now you don't some jobs don't do that. I use no I had a friend that worked at the Casino and she told me at the casino she was on the show before If you gave your two weeks, you were fired that day you just didn't you just left he didn't give you to quit. Yeah and I'm pretty sure that's true. They didn't because something happened at one point where somebody had stole did something. So there's like two weeks they walk out the door today that's it ended up I. Mean I guess the main part of putting your two weeks is a case you ever Wanna come back or something give you a better reference but they're gonNA fire you that day anyway the news really no. One job right gave my two weeks and then we got into an argument over the walkie later that day a couple of days later she's like you can go home now and I'm like, okay I'll go home and go onto super bowl day. I'll ever get that I should it was really stupid. I should have just came back but it was terrible terrible time but I always remember that I was always careful after that man I wish. I. Had so much trouble that two weeks some people would give me their two weeks and then for two weeks, just be completely shitty at their job and it's like it's like so you just want me to fire you. Want to give you your your notice. Check out checkout. Rate I'm going to read a couple more questions this one from Robert Beach. Is incredible lot basin. ORCS. On our fantastic tracks continued the branch pathways they enacted in spyro series to pass two different rewards there and established. Paul. Verhoeven s K. parody series mostly was going on I need to play it again klay the version probably should from connor wait these tend to be playing this on PSG was on the demo just came with the system I own two and three though never really test the first one until the collection and again on the PS four game, you don't need to touch the first one. And last thing I wanna read back from the over blood group middle. That Mike mentioned, we should read last from Trent Foreman. It's a good eight, eight point five out of ten that isn't nearly as rougher. Poorly agent people here like to say it is or like we're going to say more often than not people for whatever reason just use a couple of scientific weapons and nothing else and then wonder why they're having trouble the blasters not all perfect and should never be your main gun. It disregards a proper strafe though for sure also original is better than the PS four remake. That was the one I was referring to a man does that bear mentioned like? Wow will. Trent I. Really WanNa know what you see me original that L. does the PS four remained. I just can't after back to bag as I can't see it. I completely agree with him when it comes to weapons because I didn't use enough weapons and that definitely was a handicap for me and that was my fault. I wasn't a Games fault that was just me not wanting to change my quick select weapons partly to. That remake is an absolutely fantastic game. It is so pretty in so much fun to play, and then you look at this grey boring. Not Fun game. It's Oh man I don't know. Yeah. You know this is a game that you play when you're younger that means a lot to you and it, and it can especially we plane is in the era probably would have been a lot. Lot. More fun. Two thousand to where we're not. We don't have certain expectations that we have with the game now and we're also all adults and we have actually okay. I killed him you should have a checkpoint. Yeah. Don't worry two thousand and three brushing going commando. Some. Coming up mentally. For sure. I like the Remix, not even in my top three ratchet and clank games but I still would play it any day that we cover this on. What are your top? Green. Staff it's probably going to bear need needing. Replayed because it's been a while since I played them. Two three are definitely up there as everyone else will tell you. I've been hearing too when I heard the destruction is really good to. Up Your arsenal up your arsenal hard mode, and then deadlocks deadlocks. Another one I'm interested to check out I put like an hour into the stories really cool and then it's all just small level based almost like a horde mode game. They just build an entire game around a horde mode concept and it's really cool. It's like you said that is completely took out. The platform in the focus is on the weapons. Yeah. Exactly. I'm okay with that. I'll play that also one last thing I forgot to mention I wanNA, bring up before we go to jail for box is as the game progresses clink does get different upgrades and he looks different. Now he looks really cool what he gets like the jet at the APP near the end. I had a lot. When he gets the hell of bags like Michael L. Together get client you're the man. I liked frank. I think we should go to shelter box and Mike wanted to go first and this was almost your pick. Half my Beck. John Handbags comment was the one I was referring to where he talks about how this game is terrible and the big jump of qualities impressive and the fact that Ed, the series kept on after this like it sold well, enough initially, they put out a sequel the year after is embarrassed mentioned like this really cool and one fact they'd actually gotten funding for the sequel before this game even came out l. that's wild. It was already in production before the first gave even released. Cuban so Nick Sadness. Got Me to like a that campaign chuck me and I'm like I. Got Check this out. But yet it's not fun like was generally frustrated more than I expected to be because this is one of my favorites series and it had barely been. So long that I just blocked this game out that means said the fact that it spawns fourteen sequels plus now I gotta put it on the show just because it if not for this I wouldn't have one of my favorites series like it lacks the upgraded weapons, which is a huge draw for me. I love that kind stuff in. Games. Go on the shelf just because of what it what it started. It's not what I expected after all the complaining I got out never going to play it again, I. Feel. Like that. That's the start of a good series. It's not a good start to the series but. I end that I'm never gonNA play it again no, no, no no but you don't need to anymore. It's now in you know it's been mentioned it's in recording history now and nick how about you this is a game. Has Graphics has good music, but if I could watch a movie of it, I totally would News for you. Going, commando is a great start to the series but. I. Put in the boxers. There's a better way to play this game on the PS four. So one hundred percent agree. Historical context. This is cool. Actually, enjoying my time put in the box. It's I'm a little torn because for the most part feel like at first I didn't enjoy this game and as the game went on, I had fun playing it and I was having fun sitting down and going through it. I wasn't too frustrated except for that final miserable boss fight the part of. His game were not the game fault. It was my fault for having particular way that I play games like I play Meghan without using the special weapons in the majority of the game. That's not mega man's fault. That's Mike's Fault Flex did have fun and I am excited to play more. This is going to go on the shelf and I'm glad that we played it. But as Mike said I never WANNA, touch the first one again in my life either. So yeah. I never will. I will never go back to it but go on the shelf and I beat that I might have saved April. Glitz two hundred and fifty thousand bolts but hey. Hey, it's. More legit than I did in the grand scheme of things. It's within the game. WAS NOT. So I think with that I, think we should enter into what we're talking about next week. And since We become we are covering star wars bounty hunter from two thousand and two, which is a direct tie in from Phantom Menace the second movie essentially hacker the clones. Everyone's favorite. I like Phantom menace movie but. Back home. This is my favorite star wars movie of all the movies I've seen. A business. It's not a bad movie. GotTa hate wind food I went to Taco Bell and got my queen. Madala or Amelia. Cup from Taco Bell went to the solid movie and immediately through that Talk About Cup. I liked the first movie a walk. The second movie is got all shit but we'll talk with somebody else we ever we're playing stars bounty hunter for two thousand. So stay you want you want to hear that WanNa hear that. To. Another game from the same year and it was time. All right and then with that I wanNA. 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S2E18: The Shawn Harvey Morning Show 09/16/20 | Weird Wednesday

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S2E18: The Shawn Harvey Morning Show 09/16/20 | Weird Wednesday

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So we're getting a cold front coming through. So we. Just. Breeze by that, and then maybe another week or so I'll be fully ready the. Thing call into the fall foliage festivities. Point you wanna hear yourself talk Max's question. This morning didn't have the strong desire to wear the open toes in have you talked out this morning? Why? It looked like coal. Exactly. How? I said Oh. No Right. You see a bit a tinge of sunlight. Go head on the put Lee sneaks. Day UAE, why 'cause you have some say in the other day when I wore the dress was yesterday in governor feet was raised. And I said just told us you can wear sneakers. I was like listen here. We know that the weather's changed we didn't even cut the air conditioner on an Angel Laurie Cine. For channeled the room shown some love. And we'RE GONNA. Let this put. Let's put it on a chat room. If you've got the, we had this discussion every year I want to know they need to be like like they talk about a national mandate with the mass. Be a national mandate which you women out here when these flats with these day why Sydney? What's the date when you let this go but you know the scope aims any defense? Well, he never really open toes go because if I go to any event and address cars for a strategy shoe so guess what my told is going to be cold air because I'm going up there. Are Tolls, which is forever right. We I'm. Wade. Slash Oh wait a minute. Hey Bob go in another direction with is About this that wagonload the flat. The. Ones you guys wear flip flops. The was that you guys were all summer and we'd like stove joins. Then got hustle. I was just something quick to put on. Bobby clone out on a big tube socks black sneakers on the. Toes Rosen. I'm fine. She always sneakers. Seekers. And I don't have my other shoes I gotta get them out of the closet. Brings you right now, boy. But I but what's the worst that day in your mind? I'M GONNA make a date again. It could be tomorrow, it could be the twenties. For the next day that I put up, my flips my flops. Shadow to Derrick Jackson she said she's wearing her flops Hoodie, right? Yeah. It's like the people that wear a long sleeved shirt shorts like. Corey as as part as the man that I am because I'm all man barbeque along. Okay. I'M GONNA. Put My foot down. It was mostly ladies, September, today's a sixteen. Whatever pick I'm going to wear them name Lady we take ladies, September twenty third. That's next week. Okay. That's it. So September Twenty Third September twenty seconds your last day. September twenty third you're done. So we don't really know more flats flops I don't WanNa. See your toes next year you're going to see my damn told listening so. So why? Are. You talking about I Don't WanNA see your Bechtol. This every year sitting here with a Cold Big Toe. Big is not goal. Michael. Grassy. Altos on Echo we even had to get A. Parking lot inside I didn't even have the heat on. In City with Bobby at this guy he was and I had to stairwell here there. was sitting. Right. Right. But city when you're right when you walked in I went and judgmental. Sues looked at I was like. About. Kyle. s she co she no Huffy vs. Parliament September. We'll shout room people in general. Acceptable twenty third. This is an official mandate from boy Sean Harvey that nobody cares about. These no more. What are they called it with those? Standards, auto sandals stupid, flip. That you've been wearing since. You've been wear them sister Coco Star. Vacuum with. Wearing, Corentin in the house. Then when you able to come outside you hassle stupid flip with done. With done whatever the data say. They had. said. Ladies in this chat room, you had a mandate you got from your voice on them look at right now of course. You put the screen on your. Check. Him Out. Get real look at your boy. September twenty second is your last day. You said that twenty. Twenty dirt it goes down. Do like Bobby Cologne how Big Wilson? Talks. With a big running shoes. A big hot tub night into. Real. Box those us. Listen. To twenty third, that's it. barbies already bought Cologne has already taken the lead on this ladies. She got make sneakers these. Two. Okay. Thank you Barbie. Always always. Always Coz you can't put me in that. So ladies I'm. GonNa go. Ladies. The twenty-third. More, show this rap whatever sean put them flip flops in them sanders, and all shoes away put shoes back on because it's getting cold. And that cocoa. Hear you catch cocoa when your big toe. Them. Lady Copa when you big toe, it's here right stop letting these men tell us what to do or. Killed said, no Tim's like I would. Tim's to. The Thames Yeah people wearing Tim's now really well, if it's shelley that covert at. All year round type shoes style Tim Tim Zamora fashion. He put them in this summer is crazy. Sydney say before we shot the moon. Thanks for inviting. Tanya. Myself. Khalil, two sons you know my son he doesn't have many friends. So I'm like at home. No, it was great. I'm glad you guys were able to come. I'm glad to meet time here for the first time and her son. He's so cute. You just WANNA. Put Him in your hobby. Trauma. Bobby is weird. I pull up in front and we get out the car sitting. Thank you. Again, I had a wonderful time for. On it, I was like, let me extend the olive branch. Latitude to Barbara. Ten old parties really is seen. I. Couldn't even stand one because they all enjoy using if I K party I'll go get one of my nieces or somebody into bringing them. By five eight and then getting by. But I'm glad sean me that long drive down twenty to thirty three. Way. Of. Two minutes sitting right of those forty minutes. We Barbara Get out. The. Car. I'm already like she got on these coke. These sandals on hold. What's he got? Yes because I. Did you guys have argument. Alex. The. At. The you know how to get. So we start to get a camera gift card. Yes. Barbecue get over there. Right Look at. Cam. The Guy He's looking flies held gallons Gucci t shirt with some Travel Rommel boots supersized. Kyle. Spaceships based SIP kind of boots and they were. They were slash book slash sneak like. Your son shoot okay bit. Six in kids but because of his foot or whatever they had to I'm the designer shoes they don't make them like indicates the kids in his to get a man's five wall. Man's. because. I put them on. WABE WE PULO. Camps going can't look that. Is Not. ME. Everybody. Knew who? About it because every time I used to pick up seen in Orlando. I always was in the car and they always they will see meal widow anyway, and then thought the show that much though. He knows I give. was like that Sean and he was like, oh So, ties I would you want to write a good right anything in card How you spell his name omitted. Why I give him the card. The card with. The Gift Card in the car. Camp takes out the card. looks at it takes the envelope that was in it. Yeah. How He did it right there we were all. Sitting there. So he goes. Good Kid. Thank you so much. Right walks. Oh Thank you that was. The caught was three dollars and fifty. Pick their. Putting you always dress. All the cards together they were wonderful sitting. Show me said mom look at this because it's a, you're the coolest what are the cards HR tiny raising? The front of the car is really cool. He he liked it and then BOOB. Sins on that Park Park Street yet and on a side street these these two like big giant cabinets. Asked Their trailers. Giant trilogy. A show was ice took up the whole block the Babylonian neighbors a mad as hell. By, the whole Blah body walk walking these trailers like he was in two thousand and twenty seven. Nothing but screens screens all probably a swear this was the one I've never experienced anything like this. It was like a bus. Yes. Yes And it was games in kids was having a good time and we was having a great time and it was a wonderful and then they decorated the outside of the fence. Since, one of them civil war visits. First Game Pep. Psalm on the fence. And, the kids and the kids started coming and It was just the kids were having a great time. That's all that matters kids have good. Tashaun was having a great time and there. Just Dan how I'll do my two step. I'm doing but I'm doing the Corey, the choreographed dance that they do. It's very difficult some time. Yeah. But I'm doing it and the kids are looking at me. I'm like it's really strange romance doing this but Jose Gonzales son what's his name Dante? He was on your show him and sit down. And then. I'd like you know what? Exactly. What they want to sit his daughter's like Sean what are you doing? To me and. Shelby. Com Sani me how? You having a good time. Great Time. And they gave us a little parting party gift back the Golden. Thank you, I'm glad everybody. Bobby before we shot through, I met the world famous Meka Oh snap. Snap this guy. First of all. Like, like like power forward tall. Like he looked like he averaged about six rebounds again. He looked like Gavin six rebounds. Four points like like six man of the year I like he's like he's like he's like he's one of those guys. He don't score points, but he grabbed twenty five rebounds. Every. Shana. Crazy. And his presence was so loving. It was like he wasn't at like you know some guys you mean I kinda uptight. I. Think that's so small-minded thing with men. This guy was running around happy as hell. Any. Running right behind. Then the running right behind him little running behind. Like Linda. Gray John John. because. Back. then. Linda what about the pizza? Really, this guy would've presence got the whole New York Swag. Sweat Crazy Oh snap like black like like we took a picture together swag mashed up 'cause only gas got this type of swag. You the Lehigh. Valley cast live out here. That's been born out here. You have no swags generic. We got to sway boom to pitch. Probably. This guy IOS out. Tell you. Gala out. Even. Yield to this. These classes. Had these spike boots on will say how much it will spike sneaker Seattle I am. Seeing magazines it's got A. Couple of house because she goes out with guys listen to your. Research. Think, he's Ed. PUNK. Adjani. She's like my toes and. I mean I've been ruled on all listen. He is dancing revolution and whatnot. I WANNA thank Linda. Jacobs. Has a wings in a house. Got Me whole thing wings and we let. Me Thank you you. Lad. You had a great time. Kyle and everything it was a really great time. It really came together last minute. You guys I'm a hot mess mom I. Don't know why I thought my son's birthday was later. Than what it is. So shout out to super game trailers. And they are for sure they're gonNA come on the show they WANNA call in. I WanNa, bring the trailer to the studio. They were they were like you can come on here and do a show. What. So Super Great Guy J shots him super game trailers if you guys want because they're based out of Pennsylvania, because most of these video game truck people in Jersey and your like bring everybody all the way down there. So found them last minute they were ready to get this money because I called this other place. That's too far. They didn't want to drive two hours. So. Bobby it goes back to the Hudson game when you're on your hustle. Was the right. Thank you vehicles and you go. Out To those got. Well organized. It was three of them right sitting three Guy Jay sign and. The Sun was standing by the door Barbie. Cologne so because you know it was a high step coming off that trailer. So he makes sure the door was closed. Store was opened the kid step down nobody save. were, mad. Great helping. Teams Go. All this on Tuesday night monitor they. Laptop like thirty. The kids were still out there we go off the mall, the police come. No, don't believe no nothing I live on a quiet street. So yeah, good. So thank Sean for coming and everybody that wished cam a happy birthday. Thank you so much. I'll put pictures and it gets opposed anything but thank you. It was a great day. Awesome. It was great and he was ten. He's ten now. So I'm super excited. Thank you. That was. It was A. Good. Great. Times it was really a beautiful who WHO's. PRISCILA Gonzales. I saw. So I'll go. Yeah. I wanted to take a picture with with. Some of this weird Priscila Gonzales because the phone. Husband Jose Yeah? Sky Around A. UPS driver. He's got his uniform on. He's delivering packages. She gives me the phone time. Yeah. She facetime him. He's working and I'm talking to him while I'm trying to. And I'm like Yo bro you a true hero I dropped. Around I like don't deliver the wrong taggers to enroll worrying about what you're doing. And your son is busting my ass dance context. So. I gotta go straight. Got To shut up when we come back. Thank you. From. The. Gym. What we're back. Sitting. Are we still good? Back. We're Wednesday. September sixteen twenty. Twenty. Fifty minutes after I walked back Sean Morning. Show? Features. Seen Jalen for calls. Barbara clients need to say that for for crystal, city? A. Won't shop through. Right. On. Top of that city. When I leave here, I know y'all against all this I'm GONNA go run over there and get a flu shot today. You know you hear what the border saying The. First one to test it out. Put, a number one and. Number number one. Keep you from getting the don't knock up to taking a shot ten years. Put them one in a chat room. Take the flu shot like me put a number to ups not practice. You put a one in a chat, right? I think he put that number one with Shawn say number one radio show varying what it is in Kansas that's true. So started on that because he's ready to local radios, Hanney's Pocono Lavar. shocker number one if you put getting a flu shot Bobby. Which number one to? Show you. Put Up Diane Halls with me. Right right and Jessica Wilcox getting. Jessica uh-huh Veneta so. Are, not. All right. Hey. Who Jessica Wilcox and who? Diane Hall. Veneta the Excerpt next they're not getting the they are not. Getting into is not getting flu show put number one. If you're putting that flu shot meeting I am. Number two if you're not. I'm going to. Film it. She. Said I always love you guys are up tradition. Now who said Diane home she said I'm just she said I always get one. Early in one thank you Sydney, he got the flu shot ten years and rope still standing well, I'm going to keep what tradition, right Well. I got. But I. Who is To say Bobby Co, go running these streets. So yeah. The PAB CAM have the flu two years ago. You know what? That cocktail that go with that Blue God. That's good. Now, put a number one in the chat room. He's taking flu shot like myself. You boy putting to say all your number ones I'm really gonNA Miss Yaw. Let me tell you again I it all the time every by and chat room one, hundred percent of us have injected. Chemicals in our body that we didn't know we kept it pushing every single one. Drink that Hennessy you don't even know what Senate cine. Yes, we do forgive me five ingredients in Tennessee right now J. Right now. Okay three degrees. First of all, it's alcohol alcohol kills the Stop So. This infecting from. From the inside. And then sometimes you. So you still. Clinton. Out Today Hey it's Easy to say. Alcohol kill. Bobby. I. So. Throw. Saying Cognac. Object below like last night. While I was. Is it. Sending that Dark Liquor Ninety Oh Hung. Out. Everybody in this. Is that. Front. And I. Right Let me get some is. Water. Right. And then the wrestler. Colorado. Look how you? Alcohol Eighty percents wherever else they kill. 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You what do you want to see you shine? What are you doing? Sean shoutout to Shelby Lawsuit Sean. Good Morning. Good morning everybody everybody's carrying Clam Kerry. Kerry we'RE GONNA shout. Weekly. How you brother Had A Good I've had a I've had a good this year. Put it that way. Okay. I'm telling this morning because I think it's very important that we all need to pay attention to hold on a second hold on hold on. I gotta say something I. Wait a minute. Wait a minute. Let me probably into you, Bro. Let me do that over here. You know you putting up stop signs calm down. You the legislature here in the community to have. Everybody this is Keri. Right. He's our only elected official that causes you. Now where do you represent sir? Northampton County. and. What is your title in Northampton? County. I. Am A county councilman right and boy Colonie had ten eight to ten thousand volts to win this thing. Yeah. So this is this guy's a real. Candidate and they they voted him into this position. For, we shot out the room was shut shoulders from. Tell us what's going on in the community we need to know what's going on. Okay. Before we do that I gotta say this. I'm upset Barbie got a boo. That that Barbie Wow, you I have a book. The show the other day and you congratulations you've got yourself a blue and I know you're trying to keep quiet but that's a great. He's off the market unless your business. As Slot de wanted to know earlier, why are you? You? I he says he's upset and congratulating. Yeah he's upset that she had a boot. Because we will keep me quiet. I'm supposed to keep quiet because this movies where she just said it was private she's very private. Fodder. Out was a lot. We're all private. Not. Knowing. But he's Yard. Congratulations to you and your engagement. Yeah I liked that one for. The lockdown. That's excellent. Okay. Let's have a conversation show. A couple of days ago about the mccloskey's. Without these folks that are in our valley to there being like. They may be in day of they'll definitely being. In Northampton. County. Tomorrow they're going to be. They're going to be lower stocking township. Park. Sin You know. You. Talk to folks. Shotguns. Funhouse when he's doing the Black Lodge Saint Louis up here. We don't carry. You got four. Very are in they are going to be in town tomorrow they're going to have the meeting. Down and Heller tells. What I WANNA say to those of us of color. Ignore it stay away from it don't even give them air to breathe. This is a stunt, intimidate those of us of color. To. Get our go to get after us to get as. We need to understand something. This is one time we need to take the. High. Road. This is stunt by the Republican Party they're being brought in by the Republican Gop. Of Northampton County. Now. Where they're getting off, this is driving me insane recently, if you haven't been out on about hip accounting that happened people walking around with trump signs with attack on and long rifle. All this is a tactic to intimidate. If anything else it should pick off and make sure we get out to vote. That's the most important now we need to do. This election, we always hear about election being the most important thing in our lifetime. This one may very well be. Because of the fact that we have a dictator in office. We have a man who has no set. For folks with Co, when they're conflict putting out what he has done for black people. Well let me say this as an elected official. Team done. Jack. Because the average. African. American. Latino does not have the 401K's investments if you do. Donald Trump is making money for you as long as you have those investments. Most of the people that I know and I work with. Are Out of jobs looking for places to live. Trying to feed the family, they don't have time or oriented situation where their employer has set them four one k. or something like that. You have to understand that Donald trump making this point right now divide and conquer but most importantly as American as an African American. person. We need to understand this. He has one purpose right now and that's the totally eliminate. The name of Barack Obama. As president of the United States, he will do the next four years to concentrate to destroy anything that President Obama done. He only got off because Barack Obama made fun of him. Now when someone asks a question? What's your plan for next year is he can't answer. Yesterday, Young, we asked him why he exposing people. To this corona virus and he looks at it because I've done the best I can. He wants to pull this heard move in other words heard. If you have a stand at this medicine he it's sacrifice. A few. To help the many in other words, he's going to eliminate the poor and those don't have. Not, getting into proper vaccines are do people earlier talking about the flu shot? and the girls are against it and showing you taking it I'm a man who has asthma. I take the shot because I have asthma. It's been told for the last ten years. If you have a respiratory problem unique, the flu shot me to carry never taken a shot. Okay that's fine. That's. That's the same thing with the person who says a male a blackmail says, I'm not going to take a prosperity because. It messes with my mail integrity. Well. Let me tell you something take that. If you don't take that test. You know we need to understand something at this point in our life. We're facing. A period, our life as people of color because the first thing they talk about, let's talk about the less people on the left the people less. Basically are people of Color. What they're telling those smoke is that we are. Anarchists. That's the most ridiculous thing. I can I've ever heard in my life because you don't agree with the president of the United States You an anarchist. Well, I'm elected official I'm United States. Navy veteran. I serve my community. There's nothing. There's nothing there's not enter 'cause bone in my body and for him to put that out there is ridiculous idol I since here's the deal. We talk about this. And shot to carry. We talk about this all the time. The difference. Between. Carrie and what we do is the fact that he's there on the frontlines he sees all of this so that you can hear the urgency in his. Voice in his spirit? His absolutely, right. We need to go out and vote right. So these folks are come in here and County Republican Party got these folks come I have to shotguns in front of their house Saint James St. Louis Remember that they come out here the hell a town was the next. How over from where we're at I think it's actually closer than here in eastern right now it's like Right down the street from where you are right. So right down the road any, he's absolutely right black folks Latinos and and and I will liberal white folks stay away from there because we talk about this all the time on the show. You know we got the folks that live out here. They got the trump started kids. They got the pickup trucks with big ASS flag. They got their guns out here because we gotta remember that we're we're we locate it. Barbie. Twenty years ago. This was a Republican stronghold anyway blacks and Latinos started moving out here. So you still have these underlying strong Republicans out here but there's a difference between Republicans Nj and a trump supporter. Put. A. Hundred percent. Correct. Very. Different. WHO Voted To traditional Republican conservative values that's out the window trump has did this whole the king or call them? He's dividing the country and you know. You know what? I'm GONNA say this. He did a he's doing a great job at it. Now will we gotTA do again? Out, there and vote the only good news that I've getting soon jay out of this was in a state of North Carolina where. They have three himes cj the registered Democrats in the last four years they got extra million to three million people have registered Democrat in the state of North Carolina. Battleground State City James Right though you gotta get rid of this Electoral College Stink Brown. Can't we can't give it to a three hundred or four. Hundred people did decide who's the president of the United States. Right? I think this should be a popular vote thing I agree with that. Absolutely I mean we can all do what we can do but I mean after we voted out of Iran now now. You're right. Everybody. Stay away. This is tomorrow right? Now. Stay away from town because Barbecue said in the beginning of this week every weekend now they over there Sydney January twenty fifth street and Eastern. That's like a main street over there in Houston, the trump. Goodbye. Working Gosh saving laws. Forget about. Let's let's out the travel. Town I didn't know caribous little call like. Crazy we still talk politics facebook are identical again, the slows. We're listening this. And then I'm GonNa Adhd how you? See Them. Hearts at. Chaparral Hey. Aren't that. Room. Rotate. Catherine. Heart Cindy, let's go down. Hearts. With a heart album hey. Hey. Wait hearts. But Real quick. So you can get on that help. Parts that. Chat. Chat, room hey aren't. Chat Room. Chat Room. Hey. Thank. Chat. Chat Room. With a heart sesame let's go. Win Heart turn? A Wait. A heart. Hey. Hey. Karen, after nine o'clock, if you don't mind. To carry call back at eight thirty. This. We've got phone with. and carry calm down. Calm Down Care I what you to get sick for. Going over there patches passion but carry carry Quebec after nine o'clock. Let my where about them racist people over there just carry home. Where we about guys like. Roundup over this with any fallout. Carrie call. Hold on recall callback clock. We got you know. If you can. You probably can't I'm here back at nine o'clock if you can do the show a little bit and we call called back because it's very interesting week with the news I call you back at thirteen. Okay. Please we're cope with anger. Apart who's in chat? and carry be careful out there. Massively people fall out they can sick. He's all right. Oh heart attack. He's a veteran I I know that he knows. How To? Guys like carrying like people get remember. Remember that date. When? Election. Night, which won the presidency and had a headache for three. Wasn't he burden I. Think his. Mouth. Won't put it in the chat room that on election night when Donald Trump one was you physically sick city? Was You physically sick? 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Shelby I'm GonNa send you eleven dollars I'm taking okay Johnny I'll send you Addresses, send it. Okay. He he got shirts your. Diet. Johnny wibble Diane how. Eleven. Diane Hall a diehard is in a building. Hey, Diane Good morning to you. Kununurra Williams. Hey. Hugo Markkanen. Samantha singles areas here Jew. Say It's in the building. Hey, girl. Main Aheadon in the building I you knew I mean. We. Appreciate you watch in and please tell us how did you hear about the show and please share Oh, Hasaan garland just hey, because I will just talk about you. Thank you for coming back. We were just talking about missing the action poses A. Good to hear that she will came up there and poconos Bombay right. That's a real is Gabor. He is. That's why my favorite wants. US. Yeah because. Cintron is in the Building Haven S. Sean finally got to meet the mess up I got to see. Back in the taste the common. See everybody used to. Back back back in the Fernwood days to Saturday night Friday night days. I'd know Vanessa when she was back in a younger day out there running around the streets. Rather she's She's she's. She's ready. Vanessa course having one night at the county club. Cruel. Sounds about one of those things had to talk to management about? They turned up one night in. Parliament is, but that's how much Vanessa. This that's I've known but let. When used being a housewife Kids in that baby father but that's A being quarantined with a Family Vanessa. Sharon and on Pam all number running around while allows the. Accident Hang Out. She worked there. and. was serving out. there. And that s you got kicked out at night. Do you do. that. Put it this way. What happened that night? I have to go into the management office Oh and. Watch. It on videotape. Vanessa, you would listening. City almost lost my research disrespecting she. Go. Now that she said that good now see the thing is. I do not at stupid high school reunion right that had nothing to do with I. Prove that. We were supposed to have jazz night that night right and here you go and the DJ at the time line. was like. Dj Particular night. And I will what it but he was honest with me he goes. You know. We gotTA. Strasburg North or whatever the high school in the back somewhere. was. Styles Berg North, and southbound. North is up. North is going to have a reunion Schramm was like you know. She likes Sean with it was all of them. It. Was the tenth year and. Right right and I was like, wait a minute I got this coming to sing like Birkbeck arrack songs. For the Babylonians because I don't think I. I don't know if that's a new at the time that I was doing the entertainment for the resort. Okay. Probably not so everybody working at. At the other spot right I kept Muller's away from Fernwood right because Muller's is to ratchet can keep them away. I did because I charged twenty twenty, five dollars at the door that will keep anybody away. So the local hoods, they're not going to pay that. People coming from the weekend spending money anyway need the hood. Pause. and. That particular night she's right. Somewhat disrespected A. She's she's. I think in my mind was justified would happen because if someone's to my lady I would do the same thing where the problem was. It was underneath my watch, right? And loss there's somebody who's laid out on the floor. Of. The hospital. Got Those guys do city. City. Without telling the hoping. I'll look at the surveillance camera what happened. You know it's crazy when you see a chair. City. You know how you look at surveillance camera. Yeah, you just see. A chair. Screen? City it was poke. Glasses talk because I would never bring it up. He's smacked. Right. Vanessa. Is a very attractive, young lazy and even yesterday when I saw very, very attractive young lady God. Bless him sending. In the next frame and this savannahs that I'm sitting there with corporate. On Because I'm. Vanessa. In High School, they don't give a damn about North East. North High School reunion I'm the one who approved it right so they. Like. The. Why? I'm in Philadelphia doing a comedy show I love I. Love I. Let. Jay. Sharon, was running hoping. Because Getting money. You gotTA. We ever getting. Shot always in two places. We know that three can stack philly. I can't stand with stupid high school reunion. oscillated. I'm almost all the end at midnight. There'd be no two o'clock in the morning every member, the guests at the resort is Dan the restaurant is. They're trying to get their crop. In charge particularly because it was Friday night I wanted to you know the resort was paying me Friday night they would just coming to check for Friday. What am I did I did Particular more checks but why Jackson? But particularly, Friday, I had a kind heart. Let the Ratchet Hood in the. Cine in the surveillance, the next frame and this available the DJ, and he got the table when he got his mixes. Dj. equipment. South. Sydney the after the chair flies by. You See. The DJ table live up. Turned upside down equipment. flowery. The next frame. It dated. Flip the tape. You. See the DJ Charter same? Hickam. Sneh the second chance coming. I'm in. Philly. was going out here and coming to the stage right now he's hilarious when he short. I get a text from Sharon. Something's bad hackel. Back to the story, right? Vanessa's absolutely right. She got disrespect some dude smacked her as she was with a minute or so of shoes with. Sin. That's in the. Frame. Now remember I got the Corporate Babylonia next week I'm looking at you they're looking at. Look at look like this. Like, like I'm the representative of. The. wholesome. Resort. That's only four with blacks and Latinos anyway that. Cindy and the next frame. There's a do laid out on the floor sleep Right Poor Jonah. They're like this is what we want. Is You this? Don't they said to me. What happened the jazz? Night. Jeopardize canceled it took for. Jeff. Jeff. Jeff. What's into the winter of two treeless in hair? She s she said he's your. Laid out. His wife while he was laid out. The story is worth. Kids were. Bad Leitao Dude, that was laid out who she said had the why He has some control substances. That's why he was act. Stupid. He was. He wanted to. Of. ood. Okay Now. Jazz night right they was getting jazzy. Real kids. You see in the frame before all the first one. The guy comes up to Vanessa. She says she's talked. She said it right. He smacks her in the as. But I see this now Serena's telling me all this and I'm like this. Bush. I. Before I hit the stage. I know what happened before hit day cine almost as three minutes forty, five minutes. I do ten minutes. I could they got paid I? Think. From Philadelphia all the way back to Fernwood. I've got. One thirty was out there still investigating and it was. The only thing that saved the contract with me, it didn't hit the newspaper. Because you know locally in. Everything. Even down here but really the. In the newspaper. So I felt bad for what Vanessa went through man because what he did was wrong and like I said what the God did. He would any man what do. You know if amass Max. To Her and smack in the ass right in front of whoever she was on her man, her baby father who? Sisters. So what is? It was. It. Was the budget on this right now remember. This guy to go, but there was a man that hit this while he was protecting. was. Yeah maybe it was one of her friends so. He with any man would do. Yes. I wasn't even mad at all of that dude smacked as very disrespectful the other do reacted to. Lay them out. was all over the place. I but but sitting at the same time, I could understand that. Understand the. Crazy. I had to. Explain all of this. After Y. Jazz night. The next question was, where were you? Did you. I was in the bathroom of I stepped away for a sec how? Foale, call I was just like, can you not fire me? And this is only one time incident. Let's say let's start over suspended me for two weeks. they suspended the whole entertainment for two weeks. But they were making so much bunny. I was making them a lot of money. Make a lot of money few years back. And? When he was make a whole lot of money. So I think even the Babylonian who don't they don't want associate themselves with blacks and Latinos, but they do want money that would restrict me about it because I deal with within I dealt with for years with the Babylonians, running shit in the POCONOS and even down here they don't like black folks but they want and Latinos, but they want our money right and I see that first hand all the time. So frustrating to me. So when they For. The Sofa two weeks when everything was suspended, any making money people complain it was the county was a party not going then it was like come on it's on back but it was all about the money but they don't like blacks and Latinos I'm just keeping it real. That's what it is. That's. The in resort. So we started operations again, man I reached out to a Vanessa if I can remember back then I didn't have adapted next day. I'm sure. There's another thing she was working there. She was just hanging out. No, we were doing. Things. Yeah. She was out that they will more allowed in. The Shaw Harvey Vanessa Connection Look Great Razi. Forgot. Right. My Man I forgot he was out but I do understand. Whoever that was that late, a male or female. I get it. Yeah Like if someone was the touch, my women's ass, I'm going I don't care what's happening. She said there was some guys that which is there. They happen to have seen it and he just reacted. Tacit now saw coming back Cindy, it was. He didn't know it was one of the guests at the resort that not to do now and they were happen was the we need knocked them out yeah. He left the resort that's what it will take you. RIGHT HE LEWIS says. They found him oh. Wow. Cameras are piece of work they found him and he got arrested. In New York where he was from, that's messed up. That's another thing that saved me. That's the one thing that saved me with that that made count because. Who caused this whole thing was a guess right up was. Because all of a sudden, this high school reunion, my people. East Burke North. Shout out to the timber. Wolves. Ratchet as high school. The graduation graduates ratchet who else Joe Louis Allen Junior in the building out to you. Vanessa. Basil Hager from twisted put A. Book come on. WHATSAPP. We're going to need you. Are, we. Are We. Still Doing October twenty fifth birth date was that Barbie. Cinema. Going to be here, twenty seven what's going on because we can have, we can have wanted Irena communicate hold on, and we have a little open house, some of the listeners and we get some music. We WanNA party then. Can We? Why don't we on Friday Friday to horrible? Let's Friday. Twenty third. Because it'll be a feel-good. Friday. It's weighing third. Okay. So you're not gonNA be around next week that that's That's my birthday on a Thursday which is on. Tuesday. Do that you ought higer you wait. Wait wait a minute wait a minute. Why don't we do on? Friday Friday on the twenty third. were. Pick for giveaway. No we picked on the fifteen fourteen. So Senate your birthday is the twenty seven right Okay. So you're not gonNA. Be. Around So. I'll. So we'll do twenty, three thirty. So everybody is arena reign she was she was caught. Let's talk later we need food. We need community. Everybody's GonNa bring stuff aren't going to be drinking so. couching it. Okay. So Irene. We need food we need. We need to talk because we need food in here for the twenty third. So the twenty thirty s the Big Sidney J birthday bash. So everybody come here to the studio feel can't if your local your come on and hang out with us, it's going to be sending birthday, and then then she flying away somewhere. Flash. Midtown, Manhattan. So city that's it the twenty third we go to. Everybody October the twenty third the big Sidney j birthday Baz going down. I mean, there are rain. Inbox me call me later. So we can up food and then we get everything everybody if you local if you want to. We need Jolla coming here because that's what we do your come up here we're GONNA party, Cindy Jay's birthday. We have this room y'all could come in and we got room out there recessionary and we're GONNA turn up and we're going to do it up. We'll have speakers out there we're GONNA. Let Chris know owner they. We're going Malek Chris owner that we're going to turn up a little bit on this day. It will be no jazz and not having A. North high school reunion here who was born. Aliu. WHOA. Wait a minute. You stay ask. You. have play now him and beaten with Chris. I thought show is doing. Soup. Sorry for. You stay. Osborne. Kerry Myers is in the thank you for calling. Julius Gillis showers here. Hello Jay. Hager and you've got Sola and. The, Beautiful San Sandiego shepper is he wanted the see? Lydia's in the building. Aboard free. Ninety nine Lesley is here. What's sub double awry? Tanya London is building Hasaan grown is here drew Tis. Durell. In the building I'm sorry Darrell Darrell. Lion. Here. But it's spelt like derail. Okay. Just I'm not. Trip tripping some time. And the courthouse is here. LICO. Married is in the building up murph Hey and the real. Sakina Scott is here those names that I have seen this a long shadow ever. And get the end of next week without the blame back. I'll tell you what we're. GOING GONNA find Johnny whipple's commercial. We'll be right back from patients. Pack. That's how. Past. Did. Day. Off. J.. J.. On the. Oldest. Who? I'm happy. To. A. Monday. ME. Too Crazy. One. Be. Not. Glad. She your. Win May. With May. Just May. ME. With. Just. Kissed. Good. A. Day. Don't. Just. May. Just. This. Would Just just. Just. Just. Blake. Shot. Off. Let me. Just. Suck just. Just. Just. Just. No. Just Right now we have back. It is fifty eight minutes. We're Wednesday spit the eight minutes after the hour Wednesday September, Sixteenth Twenty twenty. Fifty eight minutes after I walked back on show features jail off alcohols barbecue we want to start right only place on earth where you get your money start right that Chapman widen please call it five, seven, zero, nine, six, zero. Broadcasting live iheartradio radio DOT COM SEAN Harvey Morning Show Dot Com. Comedy World Radio Fan Radio, DOT COM or pot has platforms, and right now today this morning like every day we on Almighty facebook live. Only, place on Earth we get you started right why not? Barbara colonial quizzes little local level before we get who says right but yeah, we do that and then we get into some Here. In Bethlehem y'all is about forty six degrees the highest to be seventy, five and sunny in Strasbourg forty, three seventy for the high end. That's what happened. You want was looked like what you are why are we call come and see laughing the show I wanNA show featuring. Sanjay, will you Quick. Fast for you destroy pause. Quick Quick, and sit. Okay. Let's. Let's do says, and then we get into some front page news new sports we get out of here on Wednesday. Let's go. City at the floor is yours and we're call back. Carry before the show. Yes Good Morning I'm GonNa do some front page news for you guys know that it is Wednesday. So I'll do a couple of regular news stories and then I'm GonNa give you a couple of weird news stories for you. That's going on first thing actually that I'm GonNa talk about police violence I. don't even know if you talked about this yesterday check it out but Officials in Louisville Kentucky they've reached a settlement with the family of Brianna Taylor in her a wrongful death lawsuit it's a twelve million dollar settlement. The city has also agreed to a sweeping police reforms as part of the negotiation. So that was tied in with the lawsuit. It's one of the largest settlements link to a police shooting Anna historic move for city marked by greet and unrest since her killing in March However, activists are so quick to point out that it doesn't mean the justice has been served. Of course, not no officers in the raid on her home have been charged of the also the Rochester City Council. In New York have passed three bills addressing police funding, and authorizing an independent investigation into Daniel. Proves death while he was in police custody in March and Daniel believe he was the gentleman in In upstate New York where they put the apparently, they put a spit back over his head and he advocated and in Lancaster Pennsylvania. There was a fatal police shooting. Will they bless you? God bless. Hell No. Okay. You cut that check for that young lady I get that that the twelve million dollars no this still, and this is a bunch of BS. This. Still be there should be some criminal charges like as well with these police officers because we finally saw that crime scene somebody evidence that was going on how they just murdered this young lady. Okay. You cut that check and you hitting us with some reform not enough These police officers. We need to check. They might still be out there working on some kind of Simon or whatever they are the. This is they need to be prosecuted as well. Okay. You wrote a check. That doesn't bring this woman life back. So you valued her life at twelve million dollars and some reform. No. The officers that caused this murder needs to be taught to be arrested absolutely and brought to justice. To yes. Absolutely. also, there was fatal shooting that's now been ruled a homicide on that happened in Lancaster County that and that's happened on Sunday this was of Ricardo Mooney does. He saw Shaq morning, show Sydney Barbie. Good Morning Everybody Good Morning CENIS MISSISSIPPI. L.. Stole so so Sean I just heard you talk him out the whole beyond the tail. Thanks. So here's where everybody has to understand before y'all they vanish over it's not over. The money that her family received was for the civil suit. The mainframe no. The criminal charges are still being that's still going through course. So 'cause anytime anytime that something happens with police and a wrongful death, you can file a civil suit toys the city. That has nothing to do with the criminal charges right. But the fact that they can file a civil suit and it's past like that should automatically say that something criminal was something obviously was done wrong exactly for them to want to do that and the fact that they're ruling on this before they're even they haven't even brought charges. Right as the problem, but that's the thing. is just so everybody understands. Yeah. Sorry. Yeah, I know that's different. Day You don't that they don't think they. Got The money and it's over. Two different trials. The Circle Sue and the criminal. Look criminal charges two different things. So the civil suit that's something that like people file for that, all the top right like you're wrongfully arrested whatever. Right that's civil suit and then there's the criminal charges, which is a whole `nother thing. So it doesn't even. There too don't have anything to do with each other to. So the fight for the criminal charges is stoke on Over it's not like the family. Disappeared on that day accepted the money and then it was over. Earns there. 'cause I heard I also heard my song be X. Natives or so talking about it as well. He received same thing like, yeah that's that's because. Every time something happens with police where the wrong people always follow civil suit. Nation. was. Wrong yeah. That's you're right. Mrs. Sation thanks for clarifying. Fires. Got Your hips movie, but you're very informative cine. It still comes down to the and thanks for sharing that knowledge. What percent is still comes through the fact that power social media was going on here in the world today that whole Brianna thing wouldn't have even been pushed if we didn't like people were stepping up and saying, Hey, this murder happened. It'd have to hit the hit the platform because if it was something that were swept under the table, it would have just been business as usual. So concerned as well. So again, it goes back to yes. Oh, thank you well. There has to be a criminal part of the yeah like Daniel Camera an attorney general what's up? What are you doing? What you need to investigate? What are you looking at and what are you all looking at? What are they need to look at? What is what is the investigation about and what the Hell is Bob Crop is? Bankrupt. Like. It's ridiculous. Disgusting People Talk About why you WANNA burn stuff down because they exactly because of this, any face lose themselves. And the reason? I'm working on three shows right now. Excuse us. Right. Big. Time. Where we can find you. Saying. We. Only. GonNa be three days we got worried look I've made sure that my zero three not interfere with the number one morning show saw morning show. Thank you. Appreciate. Your. I can't compete I made misers far at night. So it's a whole nother time. Away from the the number one more which gives us a all opportunities support where rails though because is a radio guy and he gets it he's not he's not running with his emotions. You know what the business part is. He was time slots are, and he knows where the he knows what he's doing like I said partly cloudy when I started doing when I started doing radio and years ago well was already season in general manager radio doing radio shows and work in the equipment. So well gets it. He gave. Dope on the radio by the way. So we support well, BUT CITY A. Tall Guy Okay. It's not a horrible accident. First of all, they shouldn't even be doing no knock warrant, and if not, you're doing a no knock warrant in the. Night aware people are able to carry guns because her her boyfriend did have a gun they live in a dangerous neighborhood you don't just you know as. You think it's okay to just shoot. They shot over twenty bullets into her home now happens to. Hit her like how is that a horrible accident apartment complex? Do you think that's a wise idea to just start shooting up everybody not to mention the person that they were looking for? They already had hours before. So why was your team? They've been overdue, right? I think so horrible. Dj a DJ Tall Man wbz unless you need to call them because you can. You can say which one. But when you say horrible accidents Sidney J Hill here's that he is coming for you because it is not horrible accident brother. Now that don't you sound ridiculous. I love you to death Tall Guy Wbz Lsu rock the parties every time Dj I'm on the dance floor, you get it you rock. But if you go into this realm of discussion. With the way black folks getting murdered on a regular basis. Terrible accident and black folks getting murder murden is not in the equation it's not in the same room. Accidents. Always. Happen. Right. Har- went right. When Right Into a wrong. By? Appealing it this horrible act run into all white guy. The police to take his gun right shut at him. Or Guy God bless you man. God bless you. You. Play. Music. I will go into your bedroom and get you get your morning noon mix ready for WBZ. Because this is a horrible accident is not going fly on this side. I'm sorry. This is not black lives. Matter pit is this. Bet He. Who? Are you a cup of Babylonian because I don't understand what's going on and if you a black man and you sit out there and Talk I go outside and put it back man. Around. Six eight. Tall Guy is that and let me see walk outside with a terrible accident t shirt that's happening the. Black. Friday. We'll see how you get your tall with. He's mad had been shattered by the. WPA Less New York City every day guys continuous can talk the always got something to. Say something out research would say. I know tall guy you're not going to invite me the WB L. S. anymore. So what? So what K- that. Are Burning your bridges. Talk. U.. S. TO B. Will. Show Do. Show An. Accident Empire. Now, see the. Show talk about. Violette is not GonNa, let us talk about what we talk about how fast I slide. Sport Cologne did. Regime. Show on one zero, three, nine FM NEW YORK. Right. I literally have one clock. I literally had to read a script and if you off desperate, you're fired. What we do here, duggleby. Tolerate it on those those terrestrial radio stations as crazy stone. Crazy Sunday was spending. Doing, what let me say sesser mask freedom. Debt station at Wbz let's talk is when you do where would you do here? The weather you got to get up and walk out the room. And then they call you back forty five minutes to do the same thing and if you go woefully that strip one word you're done. So, they had to get ready Sean Yeah because they say of screaming. We want Sean Tall got me out. It got you out of there. And I have my own segment or crazy. Sorry Shawn no Dow. Shot Up Talk I listened to him on Wbz let's start with the terrible accident thing because. Yeah Cocoa. Around. Andrew a couple of weird news stories for you Andrew Gillum, if you guys remember Andrew Gillum was of a former. Tallahassee. Mayor Zack. Remember. was. It, the governor here governor we were rooting for him. We were all rooting so have you. Bobby. Good Morning. WHO's. GonNa. She's laughing. Around. I'm laughing because the comments. sometimes a person's choice of words. Maybe misconstrue. Won't take in in a certain context. But Yashar lighting that talk is asphalt. A lot of people who feel like they're like cops, they didn't need to kill her they just no. They just meant to an apartment door shoes, fill it up with bullets gathered and both sides it makes for a good. Dialogue. And that's what I like about this show. It's great symbolic about wounds and express your opinion. cynic because you being disrespectful with Lumet's even took poor not. Young. She's on the phone they got poor small your cup is. Allowing girl. Lamps out my staff was. Net Net. I got love for. The first time in a long time I've been able to listen to the whole show. In. Most of this time last week. Probably tomorrow. But if up the great work you guys. God. Bless God bless. I'm trying to get you out of here I city to. Andrew Gillum by. One. You know what I'm apologize. Lynette called and I went right to a break without steph probably start apartment and say something if I was at WB L. S. They were finding out. I'm sure 'cause you stay there would have been like, why did you to break? Noah story go to room because the ministration room when talk to you should talk to you I'm GonNa have a talk with you after the show. We have. An employee who likes to air some greatest? Can I have a mobile with you? because. It'd be to regulate and then. Can Go in studio and WB let's take a Selfie for your friends and tell them. You wouldn't have studio they will find you for that. Go lie you weren't. Go live with. So Weather Oh, my God. All that child in coins done. All that Noor. I all that bird. Guys, no sugar floating around. Case shouldn't. WB. I can't. Hear. Exactly. That's why talk working at WBZ but he won't even. You can't form an opinion. Turbo accident. I was saying, say thing have always confined in some Team. Right. Over saturated policy of a Dummy FM stadium. We don't keep it peace in middle. Right we'll take. The way you said Nice enroll. GotTa it like that they're going to stay raw city with last time you had some Nice in rural. Tallahassee mayor. The Rising Star right and right Gillam we were all rooting for him. Show until he was fouled would've it like a month weeks before the election in a Miami Hotel Room. Created with drugs. Let's not get. Bad. Why Young Guy Twenty. Five. White. Right. Yes, he pseudo. Allege that he was an escort so he paid a sad man hey, he's married. Children. Young. Denzel Washington Quality. Was let's. Hope for you. Won't be governor. The Hey. and. You go do this right hopefully alone where. That you got yourself workshop. Classifies look before. Did release a statement where he revealed that he would be entering rehab as months passed he resurfaced in July on social media as he gave his supporters a special update. He said, you know with a lot of encouragement from family and the people who love and care about me also got into therapy where I could start to talk through what was going on with me during the season. Two Premiere of the Tam Ron Hall Show I've Tamra I never saw that she we used to be on CNN right now it was. It was good morning America wide I mean she got let go for the girl who did got fired and. So then she gave. A whole show. I never seen you guys like it. Seen, a few. Can't. Start. Listen. I support my African American sisters. She's done a tremendous job getting to where she is no question about sitting show. Well. He went on there and I would look. Officials season two premiere. So for two premiere, that's pretty right with A. I don't know. It doesn't happen. The last. Stages had this on route five and was he said he spoke on his sexuality and he said, you, just ask the question you put it out there whether or not identify as gay and the answer is I don't have identified as gay. But I do identify as bisexual which as we all know by Shawn Harvey's definition does not compete right? Right does not. This point. Let's let's get back to their bisexual if your if your wife was also with him on the interview, she said so many people just don't understand bisexuality bisexuality is just something different. I just believe that love and sexuality exist on a spectrum. All I care about is what's between us and agreement would make. Lesson his wife Gye Gillam. Die. Girl. was doing drugs. Right, do you know? Accept that Bose. Girl, you ain't. No, he was free. Delicious. So. Obviously he's not the mayor anymore. So he's the Mirrow, right? Why do you even trying to come out here and say all this just go to Rehab glib quiet quiet. First of all cine kill them if. That's what you sending. First of all, you hired somebody because he was trying to keep it from your wife right? We see you no doubt city first of all if that was me I'll you'll never see me again. We weren't going to see. A band. That must happen political world political career is over what are you trying to do right now? What's? Reality Show probably. Usually. When they start going on talk shows some is in the works I. Feel. There's no such thing as bisexuality and we know how you feel Sean. You Gay you're not. We support. The LGBTQ WE DO. We do. We got gotTA GAY cousin and I'm super liberal anyway from the Bronx. A lot of gay friends. There's no man on earth. That's GONNA hand. Tell me that they're bisexual. You my friend. Andrew Gillum. Right. You touched a penis. In a sexual way. You had you had a it was a social Of conduct with a man. You touch the penis. Gave Brooke. I would rather you just come out and just say you're among gay black man that loves the Pena's all you got to stop that by there's no such thing as by you touch a pain if you test the Pena's one time in your life. Your Gay You. Gabriel So like women can be by no no. No Sanctum Women's and same thing if a woman has an experience with a noblewoman once twice whatever you get to. College. You're again. About one time. The. Real Man oh man. I said. That is a cash on. A heterosexual man. Doesn't have thoughts of the Penis? Sexually To touch opinions or wind up in a three star hotel would hard by sexy white guy. And then you didn't want to clean it up by saying that you buy because you got a wife. Rome. First. Of all don't the wife the wife you got to go. This is insane. Unless. You're going to let them be free. Delicious. And by somebody. Do you going to let him bring another man in there why he smashing your husband you'll go watch him. No because she said I just care about the agreement we may. Right. So she's like I don't care what you feel aside, but you're supposed to be with me because the only thing. On thing, he's going to do in his mind. And it's a normal reaction for gay guy they attracted to him in. A marriage is not going to stop that. So you don't have that choice Bra. If, you get going out there and being gay world I respect you more for that. Then you have this family, get a gay family, get another get a hard body why got divorced that white you're start a family, get a dog your walkman living in the metropolitan area and be happy like the governor of New Jersey He. Actually, that do. That do look what crush dresser not on. What Senator Of New Jersey that got he got up won A. Cine, he got on a podium. With his wife standing in. and was like Y'all what's more? And I don't want this job no more and Steve over there. I Lo- Steve. As says, I love. Steve I can't Doodo more. Outta here why it was nice to know you and he went off with Steve and he still. was. He was a new. Jersey governor. Say He resigned I'm not making this up some chat with help me out James Edward. McGreevy. Sin Yet city served as the fifty second governor of New Jersey from two thousand and two until he resigned in two thousand four following the revelation of his extramarital affair with a gubernatorial appointee. Man But he fell in love with the city he resigned. That do is the utmost respect. What's his name? What's this guy's name? James McGreevy James McGreevy do have Sean. I'm from the Bronx. You have you Democrat. Dams. Back. Hold. James McGreevy you have my utmost respect. Because, you said, you didn't you didn't. You didn't do that whole passageway. Everybody, whole of. ICE Pitcher. Dude. That's right. Right Because you know what he did. He didn't do the situation he fell in love with a man that he worked with and got. This oppressed. You gotTa Youtube is a personal. He got up this out I'm gay. I. Of. Yawning. Let me live true. I'm leaving bash him. She the comparison to your boy that want to still be. With a man and still had their family make having his wife. Get Out of their. Baby Shaq Morrison born. Hi. This is Linda has everybody. -Ma-. I have. I. Have a question and it's been bugging me for a while. Maybe you can answer this Sean Jose. What is your man? A man who? Turned himself into a woman. But he's still likes winning. Is. He Lesbian or is he out? I don't I don't know what? Did. He have that slight hold on? Demand that changed himself into a woman. Right, yes. That man has sex with another man. Now Okay. So he's not gay he's dressing up as women. He's not Caitlyn Jenner transgender I don't care the home. Gender identity doesn't have to do with your. Linda. Linda God, bless you. Good to see you last night. Love you the deputy and singer wouldn't be on this show without you God. Bless you. Man. This is Linda may dress up as a clown woman whatever they want to they around here with speedily with roller skates on with a left. On the chest with a headband. If they're not touching that penis. They're not gay. Once they start touching the pain is and enjoying Pena's you're gay that's it. That say okay but but but Sean, this is different. This is not a transvestite. This is a transgender literally day became a woman. But they like women villa we must be a lesbian now is anyone touching penis? Nobody's is gay. If If a man I don't know it ain't a chat room if a man they say touching. Around. I don't care if a man is touching another man's penis. They're gay. But what is the point of becoming transgender? If you gonNa like women anyway, you might as well, just the main. Mom because it's about how they feel and. They feel like a woman they want to look like a woman they want embody woman I don't care about that longest if they dressed up as women. But. That's what she. Baby mess back for a transvestite will make. To dress up Maitland, maybe the man likes to dress as a woman. And have sex with a woman dressed up like a woman. Okay God or whatever. Long. Is that man dressed like a woman is not having sex with another man? WHO's not to me mom you need to ask. You'RE GONNA ask Shaw. Harvey. transgender and why they do what they do mom really. Up on the people that you could ask about that. person. By Train Your call. Ain't the one to ask for clarification. Accurate. Ninety he knows something that I didn't now. Those less than what you know. A lot of times with me with. Sal. Okay. So some time, I'm in the black and white with this. But one way or the other. I Sydney if you I don't know what they're saying the channel my my whole thing is this. If Shaw Hobby touches a penis and enjoy subpoenas and I'm gay. That's it. That's IT Gotcha. This No. Smashing a penis and then I'll go home to Tanya I'm in the home. That makes I'm. That's why. I'm sure you remember this James McGreevy thing. That's what I respect about this man he's like. Fell in love with another man. You remember this, Linda he got. He got up on stage. Look at is what? The wife was there. The inlaws was there his mother was there To Watch this. Mom. Hang Up. I'll show hobby wanted show hold on a cine. He had his mother there his. Her parents. And he said. I want you look down what he was asked to stay. On as hell. This guy former family. I Love James. Read it in two, thousand, eight. Nine he he didn't even finish his term and got outta there. Yeah. Sean hugging morning show cine bobby. It's Kerry. Meet Menia. Kerry Kerry Kerry, we're talking we're talking gay right now Gary A whole. Carrot Linens. Carrying out Mata in my mind my mind with this I I'm I'm old school. I'm touching this. On that. You know you know to each his own and McGreevy he was he's able to. Left off. Wait a minute. Wake southbound. But this city. City. Best I'm looking at him as a real doom. Yeah that is you. Live your life. Be Gay. Go out there vk don't sit there and hold your wife Haas's like Gillam right. Right. Man of low because he loves the White Pena's he ain't even got a job. All go play. You know coins. Insanely gave him no severance package and only that not only that he's a handsome gay black man. Right. Hand. Baloney, law bodies they look for those guys for. Real. There's not too many that are out. And then you've got the nerve enough. You can't even be a politician because you in a hotel I'm not saying politicians are hold any kind of certain standards. We see who the president is. But when you had up here and do you showed us a hole, we started to embrace you and show you love because he was one of the governor state of all you should have said it right there on gay as hell. We would we will rock what you he. He said. Listen I'm to for whatever this is all. I'm going to go out there like what you should have went to the James McGreevy started. School coming out of coming out being a politician. Carry. For down. You. See? W. Whatever? Business. We. Are. Getting back to what we were talking about earlier. We've got. We've gotTA clean up our own back a little bit with this because everything is now. Twenty Four. We talking about gay and the first thing that his and clean up the old. Only, you're on Harvey to go that way. Now, carry what do we need to do in this county before we take a break Sydney crazy story. And then we go play McGreevey press conference we. Hear what a real man satellite. Oh. Okay. We we need ignore what they're doing presently in north. Kenton County is Florida mccloskey's go. We go out there and killed them give them fuel for their fire. It's just going to build up even more stay away from there and most importantly we need we think our brothers or sisters on neighbors and get them to vote. Who Black and get this man out of. Everything else you talked about earlier with the Briana Taylor's from the. Warriors was one hundred percent correct. This is only the civil end of it. Religion is this you have a Republican lack, attorney general and Kentucky. said, he's not doing anything he's but needs to be voted out of office. Different. The state from beginning to end whatever gave them. The wrong address is the one that needs to be prosecuted. Whoever gave him the wrong address we need to go after them and then you you deal with the police officers now as far as it goes we need to keep doing what we're doing I've been extremely busy since I've taken all of this. If you don't know one of the things I have done is I put Al Resolution condemning racism in Northampton County and it went down with nine vote classes that. We've often put off I've also been sponsor of resolution who protect the LGBTQ community. Therefore their rights off protected i. Could help. Importantly. What what, what I in the middle of and we will continue to do is I've had conversations of of. Confident we're we're talking to all the police departments, Indoor Hampton County with the help the district attorney. So we have had courageous conversations with them. Twenty three times. We're going to continue that conversation 'cause that's important because there's something shakes loose in Northampton County they have my card, pick up the phone, call me. I will get there with the DA in. Harold and we will talk things out but let's not let's not have a lancaster issue that we got going on the list. That's what I've been out there doing this this. Jimmy. What we need not only. No. We need in the world we need to start doing that. You know there's things we gotta do. First of all, we need to make sure Donald trump does not get reelected. Even, if you don't like to vote for him anyway, if we don't, we're going we're going to push back with people's color. We get. We're going to get PAT toomey out the door and I don't care if it's me or somebody else wants to love. We need to get him removed. We start people off his action care about people back you're supposed to serve and not your own personal interest. Now sitting. On this show torrential IACOCCA's the electric physical carry out again, you are so focused you right there in in the middle of the battlegrounds of the all of this, we will follow you and we will vote accordingly right and thank you for all these initiatives that you're doing brexit Aj but you have a lot of power here brother. And I want to share this. Before we go, we gotta take a break. Everybody classification. Carry list. God bless you. We met you through barbeque. Listening singe as having her birthday on the twenty third. Right Kerry. is where we can have like a like a cine J. Day. Like What can you do for us? In North Hampton County. On October. The twenty third carried zing kind of web solution. To. Do Anything. Hockey, we get like a cine Jane Day. How does that work? How can we do that? Usually comes to your marriage. Awesome. We don't do things like that to carry. Mayors off. so He's given us. So we go to the mayor's office. What do we have to do to have some kind of Sidney J Day? For October, the twenty third how does that work? Your are your studio. So embezzling. Mayor's office embezzlement ask. So we go to the office and Bethlehem an axe him I don't want. To shortly. Point at something that has to be. Taken care of you have. On the ground, who is a city councilwoman might WANNA contact carpet there's only four. There's only four people if I'm not mistaken. In the Lehigh valley who are elected. Councilman and Tool though sex now county council we're committed you commissioner or county council the Level as a black woman that is up in Allentown we're room only four that are elected. So you need to contact ogre and find out what she can do for your she issue to your hub for Bethlehem up that way and let them deal with it I don't believe there's anything I can do from not. Doing doing great players, who do we have to contact original now who do we? Who Do we have to contact again to start this process? I would think you would contact your ears city councilman opened the grown city council. Woman definitely for Bethlehem older. Olga. Olga. Grown Negron. But thank you. We'll take a break it. We got the last words. We can. They find you carry and tell us what what's going on real quick before we take a break. At this point right now, I'm just going to continue doing what I gotTa do at some point we need to get on I need to get back with you on the election that we need to talk about this. We need to push this issue to the Max to make sure that we have people paying attention to what's going on committee because we. We're going to. We're going to lose the election we can't afford loses electric. Thank you. Let's class who carry thanks for calling Kerry. We we put you on the group as Macabre. But we really need to kill. Limitations diamond. Okay. Do. Megaphone people vote I will you Go do whatever you asked me this. Please right now. Air Directly, feel free to call me when you want me to come around and talk again, I will do that. We need to sit back and take me take people questions. They want to answer anything my way, but we need to get this taken care of we gotcha. What's the city council with? Is that the city councilwoman old wrong you Google that? Thank you. August. And? She's sick. We Need City Council of Betheleham right. Theft. Take care we'll take a break. We'll be right back. Okay. We're GONNA post your picture. Thanks for being our guest today God. Bless you. Call me when you need me again. We're going to call it on. All right. Getting Think. Yup. Yes carried support. Shout shout out the Golden. VESCO WE. WanNa call. Now, shot, I'd say you. Time to get up. We are back We'll do quick new CJ in. Sports when he got fast of the early, that's not gonNA happen. Right. Now, hit. ME. Shall we I'm going to take these candles. Are you going to bring us new ones to. Cine. Share. Already, haters. The money. I already paid said. I. have. Room but they so good I'm like addicted to it. We shall we can you give us some more for the room these things of a day when I was here late in J. Show. She. Brought him. She purchased. Shelby. Shelby's brilliant marketer does lead. Where you don't communication, we didn't know that I. Thought she was advertised business. You know show me what is was the next thing going to be here maybe I. Leave these take them, take them, take them. I'll be his shelby sitting. No today's Whiz here. Hear. Them all and now we're by the show about two more from me. Sitting. Sitting to she donated the to semi bought the donate the. Shelby put another two. How much majority. Gives two. Is. Like a lemon. Like. This. Patient, whose real quick this Does. Okay. Weird celebrity story real quick. So then we go we can get into sport. Screen Cook Louis Vuitton is charging a thousand dollars for a clear fe. Shield. y'All. Damn home. Depot. Shield in go Joanne get some elastic hot glue would call it a date. Louis? Vuitton will be launching a designer plastic face shield mask for a thousand dollars. Actually, it'll be retails for nine, sixty, one, the hard plastic covering doubles. It can be flipped up like a visor and it features Louis Vuitton embossed gold studs, a monogram elastic hedge fat and. In the brand's signature LV print. It will protect from will protect you from. Clear covering we'll transition from clear to dark and bright light. So it's a transitioning visor Louis Vuitton may be helping combat the Rona, but it seems that it may be out of the price range for some. Louis Vuitton looks like they're trying to capitalize off of the high demand for the face masks. So but at the beginning of the pandemic them along with other designer brands Gucci Armani Garen Prada. Per Dada Trodden. Out. They are retool their assembly lines to make. Such as math and medical thing and Louis Vuitton also donated twenty five hundred white cloth masks to MTA workers in May and manufactured hand sanitizer. Well, why don't you give us some free at right? Shawn. Heins Jones. Did you get a white mask from Louis Vuitton? Or. Now. Let us know exactly prentice he's more dumped for Frivolous Swan. Hundred to sixty one extra dollar if you have recorded before hello. Hello Let's go to sports real quick case. Center having to how how you doing good Morning Charlotte. I WanNa know siege as one of our radio personalities. We want to know how we can do like. How does that work when you do like a Sidney j day we want to do a day. Can You? Have Difficulty hearing you what exactly are you looking to I want to know how to do like a Sidney j day how do we? How do we deserve a resident that lived out here that that we love the death and we went to have a special day for her? How do we go about filling out paperwork to have a cine Jay how does that work? I I'm sorry a what kind of day like a Cindy J. Day. Celebration Day, how do we go about getting that day happening through the city? Definitely how does that? I'm not sure. So let me put you through to somebody that can help you save play cocoa. Let's go. Just a quick Miami. Let me say something about? The Miami Miami he wants to Boston. Office. Stephanie how you doing this is Shaun. Harvey for show Harvey Morning Show feature called. We have. The, money. Sean Harvey Harvey. We how do you go about having one of my co host they having a special day birthday how do we get some kind of proclamation day? Like how does that work any kind of forms that we need to fill out to have like a cine J. Day? How does that work like or name a street to somebody? How how do we go about doing that? Okay. So we often get calls from residents requesting that I special check under special circumstances like you know it's a milestone birthday you know. Or they something for the community You know something like that and then so I take down the information and then the mayor proves it and then we come up with a proclamation or citation. Oh. So He Just has to approve it right. So so how do we go about getting? These forms go online hundred there's no farm you can just you can give me the information and I will talk with him about it. Oh It's that easy. Now. Sure. Absolutely. Yeah. Well. My name is Shawn S. H. A. W. N.. Last name is Harvey Ha R. V. E.. Okay and say that ended up Lacey. EP. I am N. double ACP honoree in the POCONOS. In the Poconos you said. Hey, I live down here on the elbow. To. The young lady, her name is Sydney. No SINICA JACOB SINICA JAKUP's now as Sinica Jacob. No. Asking how she does a tremendous service here in the community. Of Him Beth. And says, she does a community service in the city of Bethlehem. Okay and did you say her name is Seneca C. N. N. e.? C. One. One and okay. And then the last name Jacob J. A.. C.. O. B. Okay I'm sorry it's a little. You're echoing a little bit. So I apologize I, want you to repeat everything. Apologize You. What's your name? My name is Stephanie. Stephanie. You. Awesome. People you seventy. Now, what else? What else do we need to do? So What is it? Can you give me a little bit about her? You know what? She doesn't community yes. She's a radio personality in a community she serves. The community as far as doing the radio, but she also does a successful book, drive each and every year. For the kids this shales kind of weird. You know with the the Corona virus, but she does a lot for the community with the kids. And you said like, did you say food? Josh. Book. Bags. So. Thank you Barbie a school supply book bag drive I know the window Tom is closed because we trying to do this on October the twenty third. Okay and. and. That's what she does. She serves the community book bags, backpacks kids lower. Okay. Okay and. So I can fill this information. I mean I can fill the mayor in on this information and then in order to do a proclamation or a or citation of some sort. So so you WANNA make it like Seneca Jacob Day in Bethlehem or did you just want a citation recognizing what? What she has accomplished you could we could whichever processes easiest with Cindy Jay's easier than a proclamation whichever one from your experience would be best for her. Okay. Thank you and what birthday exerts birthday birthday and she's just such tremendous person. She does a lot for the community. So she we just want to show him some. It, a significant birthday or what is the what number sending with number thirty, four, thirty four but just person just put smiles on kids for the last two years. Okay and. So. She gathers book bags and distributes them in Bethlehem schools or yes. Yes and in Pocono area yes. But mostly downhill baffling. And she is she a resident of Bethlehem? A. Stephanie, I don't WanNa live. She's not she's not a resident of Bethlehem. She's a resident of East Strasburg, but she's in Bethlehem every day doing a survey every day. That's actually actually down here. Okay. Now that counts but she's in, you know doing working city I'm just. Gathering the information I. Need Together. Okay, and what but radio station issue. On on the Sean Harvey Morning Show featuring the wake-up team. And broadcast on iheartradio. Awesome. Dot Com also on all social media pack platforms. So. If you if you type in the Shaw, WanNa Show Waco T and go to iheart. You'll see if you go to facebook you could just type in Chevy show your seat as well. I have to start listening to this what where do I listen to? You on a are you on Social Media And well, if you type in Sean Harvey morning, show featuring the wakeup team. Business Page and like it it would notify you every morning at seven. Am when we go live, we'll morning drop show is from seven am to ten PM to seven. Am Sa-. Ten Am Monday through Friday. Are Some can we and we we broadcast right here on East Elizabeth Avenue in Beverly. Great Morning. Okay Great. I'll check it out. Looking for something good to listen to and I like I. Definitely, like the work, she's doing his former teacher for many years I appreciate what she's doing for the students of Bethlehem. So thank you and. We donate it a tons of. School supplies to Marvin. Elementary. School over there on vk step. Go in that area. Boulevard right. and. All of that. That's wonderful. Thank you for doing that. That's wonderful. Thank you. We appreciate it. Stephanie I'll will up your day. Share this information with the mayor I'm sure He. Will be delighted to hear about it and The number I can give you a call back at I'm seeing on the phone as five seven. Oh. Nine, eight, two, six, nine, five. Is there a better number? That numbers good. That was good. That's the perfect number number. How do I go over I don't want to give you my personal number. That's the best number. One. Number. Number Five, seven, zero, nine. Six nine five zero yeah okay. All right and then So the next process would just be gathering information it much like any kind of biographical information. You WanNa give about Seneca, any specific information or? You know I don't know if they'd be statistics or like you know the the Marvin elementary was a great something perfect to to put in there and you know what she does and and then we can formally language and. Complete, the proclamation or citation depending on how much information we have proclamations usually very more indepth and kind of pretty much bought by graphical of the person's place. Almost citation usually is more specific to an action that's being done or has been completed and recognizing them. So it could be entirely up to you what you you know would we want to do but I thank you for this information and do you want to? Is there an email address? Yeah. say we'll give the email though. So. What's the show email? But Sean Harvey. Morning Show. At two MILE DOT COM. Okay, Schon? Jarvi is the morning show is the the? Yet put the. The Sean Harvey Has S. H. A. W. N. Harvey H. A.. R.. V.. E.. Y.. Show. At G. Mail Dot. com. I can citation would be more better right I. think that would be that would be easy anything. Bethlehem. Great opposed, and then now that I have your email address, I can reach out to you and then that's where you can send me you know. you can reply to me with more specific information. So I did I will talk to the mayor and I will get back to you I'm sure it will be but just get that approved, and then I'll be in touch with you. Definitely you are amazing in the day I mean for writers to warming, she get the date, the data's October twenty third. Oct Twenty third well the. No problem. There's plenty of time that great. All right. Let's let's Stephanie. Accessible. Follow shared a show hold the morning show legal team. Feel My. I am going to give you guys a follow I'd love to hear more about what you're doing so. And again, my name is Stephanie Ajello. high-speed lesson. A U. G. E. L. L.. O.. and G reach me at number, which is six, one, zero, eight, six, five, seven, one, hundred. And then I will email you. So you have my email address. Okay. Thank you. Thank you. We appreciate your consideration. Thank you so much and your time. Oh absolutely thank you for calling. Okay bye bye. Thank you. Up. And then. I don't have any biographical remain. Follow wait a minute wait a minute we went. Borough we went from. This is ridiculous to now. Grappling base that you're right. This is going Dow the city of Bethlehem we go. Have A. You're going to have a city James Day in this joint. When she his this show, she's not going to be plotted nothing. Well. I I would feel. Feel better petition I had to. She's like, no, we're just going to. Say Yeah we'll do it if. He's To. Be like. that. She got a book bag. Going to be like gay men with the game in Stephanie I, don't WanNa get fired. Don't bring this the matter. De Blasio Hey. Get it. Go fire her you don't. Those John. Drinking. Brain. What You, did I. Always that me on things and I'm like, Yo know I, say division whether they happen to not we try and guess what you have a cine. Cine J.. SINICA Jacob. Date for your birthday on October twenty four this. I. What can I say Sean Nobody's ever done that for me before Barwick any find. Catch Harvey Colonial Facebook by along designs on Instagram and where we call stylists is the design, the bay four on snapchat. You guys can find me in jail now. They run that rugged. Day On snapchat. We found her. Finally, and would you believe they call the bears? All right. Show your facebook show wholesale as we'll call it. A. Great Show today, we're GONNA go head onto the group sending up still suspended out the group. Sean maybe these fees. So go get on Outta here. Throwback Thursday tomorrow God bless you are we are out of here. Let's let me just play this. Sniff my. Talk. Going back and forth. Not what you're good. No. WanNa. Know. Back.

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Fruit got called a "stupid american" because of this

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That should be enough for them to be okay. I know I know that. The the the certain alcoholic beverage people. Get it mixed up for that thing that thing. Let's call it a Miller lite. So the Miller light okay. That's really making a struggle okay. Blue Better Keyword what it? What is it We need we need a better one. We don't WanNa go Miller lite. I feel like that's why I mean straight up. Go just like like penguins. But we're not it's not you know. I love Associate Penguins and up there you. You know what we call the fruit disease. How about that young fruits golden around? And nobody wants it. Yeah the fruits goat around body. Everyone's trying to make sure we don't get the food that Do giving you an example. Okay we'll call. Oh no you're right. Nobody nobody want to talk about. Who Actually WanNa talk about trials? Yeah they're going to be like wait. What should what are we talking about? I honestly don't think there's a difference between the two. Okay we'RE GONNA CALL IT Haram Bay. How about that Yeah let them never forget. Oh I saw speaking of Harambee both. Actually I saw in a thread. Someone's like I am a firm believer in chaos theory and I think everything that happens right now is because we killed harambee longest back around yesterday somewhere. He's got like the red strings attached. She's like I knew it. Been on this Dole Dime Harambee. We mentioned it. And so it's democratized. Bi Annual Review which means someone was reviewing somebody. And he's like you did it right at the beginning. Yeah because I was like there is no way they watched an hour and a half of this because it comes within the first minute so it's really easy. They're just like Oh cool BOP because we think we've said it by name before but it was just so far into it and everybody was like stupid. We'll know people have been getting demand for months. It's just we all really. Oh we GAT Scott caught him. Okay get potato. Let me see if I can make any ugly. Did this is what I was worried about it. He's like hey I'm going to like not like do anything and nobody can come over anymore so we have to do over. Webcam great now. I'm just GonNa Cricket Potato What we pay. Check your settings yet check like your maybe like your upload quality or something. I don't know I don't know just as logitech whatever man I mean. Come on volume on a budget. Come on if people want to complain. Worst case scenario drawing over me you both. You guys are both good artists. I drew blue for the PODCAST. Okay at one time and effort and move on okay. It's Romney's fall. It honestly looks like you know that clip where the dudes like trying to talk really serious in his office and then his daughter comes through the door. Do you know that one what you've seen that it was a couple years ago. He was like he was doing like a at home. Call Unlike Fox News or CNN or whatever and then yeah and then his wife comes in it looked like graduate like runs out it just it kind of looks like that in your quality. I'm getting vibes from that. It's not bad you just just. Don't move okay. I'll have to like pull as you move a lot. Okay Oh we're getting a down. My legs are off the floor now. I am able to like just kinda chill out but I look like a Gamer. You do so anyway. Yeah we have to be careful about harambee and that is precisely figuratively. That is why we are currently in the manner that we are in this form back to. Legacy. I mean not. Yeh because I prefer going over to your house. Because that's I also spent a lot of money on tavern so I'm not getting I mean just in the background right like your parents basement and we have live footage of blue still. Yeah thank God yes. We can't go without having blue but I was thinking maybe in future episodes. We'll see a for at least while we're doing this whole call thing anyway. Maybe go back to getting a couple of guests for some episodes or something. Yeah that'd be Kinda sweet maybe we. Maybe you at home could be a guess. Maybe not like maybe if you are like like will smith like yeah for sure we can do a. We do a caller episode like welcome caller number twenty seven. Well here's a good news. Hud screen them before screen them. Or just edit out it'd be like hey okay you're one of those guys. Okay just let it that out. They won't know yes that's true. I'm yeah we're not live streaming. Yeah we live right now. We're not doing is looking to get cancelled so DVD's will still continue. That's how you know we're here for the long haul. Okay just because we're not doing it. We're not quitting. Everybody's like gee-gee disease in here for a week. That's a star attitude. That is a star. If I've ever seen what we earn a new start. Where a letter? Now we're nine. Ten eleven wait we were able to. We've never been a ten. We jumped all TED super same. One super saint three bro. I mean they do and like a season like in one arc. I was rest in peace and the gym. The last day before I self quarantine myself just listening to some get Red Dragon Ball remixes man skit me so emotionally on just like its deputy take audio for Mike important fights or like people will die. This is for like go. Hi It's like Piccolo. He's like you're the first I've ever had. Yeah and nobody. There's like yes right. So let's get the pump in a work as almost like crying. Sometimes because I was thinking about all times like like go on fighting says almost dude. Yeah he's like father or Geeta during like the margin buffet. He's a garage. Like I'm GonNa leave you but just know the first time. Virginia's GonNa like sacrifice himself for the greater good for finally and he's just an Indus- Bassett's character by the lay should be the main character. He's dope he's practically if there's a if there's a second main character it's for. Geeta course go to number. Gina should've gone somewhere in there. But that's not board. They did your boy dirty speaking of anime though rob hats. Good idea for this episode. Oh Yeah we're going to be because of Harambee and people like myself and soon to probably be more people who are chilling at home quarantined self-contained or Enforced whatever may or may not be or. You're not in America and you're currently chilling around. You need something to do. Well one GERRAD ON OVER TO YOUTUBE DOT COM slash hoosiers plus my Mr Fruits for hug. Hey Hey y'all the con- The gaming continuing to watch. But if you don't want to do that or you've already done that we're GonNa talk about some TV shows. You can binge in the meantime if you haven't already should. We got spoilers like. Are we going to talk? Spoilers like this this could be a pretty spoiled like free one. But it'd be Kinda hard to try and convince us because we should convince somebody to watch this show. They haven't watched okay. That's what we do it should be. We'll talk about shows but without any spoilers because we're going in assuming that whoever's listening to this hasn't heard it yet and so we have to convince them to watch it but without being like Oh and this is how it ends or oh but then there's this twist it's exactly we just gotta be like Yo. Maybe there's like some you won't see come in but we'll keep it as ambiguous as poss- okay. I kind of have like several recommendations and for different kinds of hits. You know what I mean. You like for your fields or if you want like action that kind of thing. I'm going to be kind of all over the place with mine. Rods rubs blue. Okay do you have some shows in mind? So what's the criteria here? We're just like some shows that we really enjoyed binging and you should binge or just and fight for you know what I mean and this is like in the past year like a new current show or is this just show and it's about twenty five years I think yeah I think almost anything goes and if you can think of it or when you mentioned trying look it up and be like if you WANNA watch it if it's available on a streaming platforms. Oh it's available on these or it's not like you gotta rented or again. Let's just preface that my Mr Fruit content is the best route on the Is the best video content you can get right of course of course especially during Haram Bay Times. I'm pulling my shows now but otherwise we'll talk about shows. I think we've talked about it so much so I'm just GONNA go ahead Game of thrones torn. Because I think there's nothing to be torn about that show no way way way. I think every season up until the last one is worth it but then I can. I recommend it knowing. Just finally admit that the last season sucked I mean like I. I try to see half glass full but it's not the ending that a lot of people want it like I'm okay with it. It does kind of it kind of like puts the rest of the series and a little bit of a light or like a different light where it's like it's just not quite as good. I wasn't super happy with it though and I'm not happy with it to reckon I don't know if I'm happy enough recommend recommend game. Yeah I WILL. You still would recommend game. Yes I would I would i. Would I would just past past season. Advocacy's in seven is Kinda suss some parts but a is just trash but like the first six seasons. Dude are masterpieces. And they're so good like like you've workout to Like Dragon Ball Z. And that Kinda Shit. I would like work out to like Tyrian like saying some stuff in the courtroom. So I'M GONNA Say Jack. Very it's so we go into and like you get to see the politics I've watched game of thrones like and that's what I feel like she's a was. It was like flashy cool and that kind of thing but like once or six politico like back stabby like I like this guy. Oh Fuck Dat guy. He's awesome so I that's what I love about it. I almost I think I've swayed towards the side of probably recommend simply one for the fact too because all these dope. Tv shows we got going out now with all. These production qualities. We're going to look back and game with them. Just going to be one of those series that started. The game of thrones one was like a huge cultural phenomenon but then it was one of the first shows to show that you can put in ridiculous amount of money get an amazing product and it pays off like you know almost every episode Like I remember eight million plus years getting towards that season seven or eight but like just showing people that like movies aren't the only way now and you can tell a lot of really cool stories and you don't have to like cut corners or anything and you can make it marketable even something like the fantasy genre. Which is which I would say. Game of thrones for the most part is like low fantasy in a sense that even the brothers talked about from the books. They tried to do like exclude. Some of the more mystical fantastical stuff. Because they knew some people wouldn't be quite on board like soccer. Moms is not behind whoever? That's what they're thinking. What so they kept some of the more like magical stuff in there but some of it they left out but still like the fantasy setting like who would have thought it was going to be the thing that really took off. Well it's just like so it's just like so big on a scale like if I want my like my favorite kind of series like something I would really want to be made. I don't want it to be made into movie. I'd rather have like Amazon back. If like eight episodes or something like that because you could tell way more with a series will start. The witcher. Is something start doctorate a with him over Lee of Plenty? Why wouldn't you recommend? Game of thrones you think season seven and eight is so bad that it ruins everything like by the time you've finished you fuck this show. We owe a lot to game of thrones right all the TV shows. We have right now which are like so much. Production Quality would not exist without game of thrones being there to help you like all right like movies tight but like TV. That's tight to now get was like so like the first four seasons are at some of the best and we'll probably always be the best in the history of television so perfect masterful joke. Peter off around five and six day. Oh so you're earlier than me. Say I think five and six are still though it five or six. Oh Really D- compared to other shows five and six are probably still like. It's still like an a minus. I like seven definitely wasn't well. Yeah and now eight never before have I seen such a show with such a cultural phenomenon. Just lose all of that prestige of few episodes. I would point the lost but that was before like social media re I think it would have been just as bad thrown season. Eight makes loss. Looks like a masterpiece. Sorry let's be honest lost. I've watched all of loss and it was a cop out right. It was a cop out but at least stoop and at least it was at least there was a cop out. That's like like this like a cop. Out of the game of thrones just straight up like hey let's there's one thing that's not how I thought it would end and would really nothing. I watched just mattered because nothing it. None of it happened but at least lost was at least lost ended like that. At least the lead up was really good. With game of thrones in entire season was just no no no no by the way the best as the fucking best. You guys will love it. It's Oh leave me alone. And then they ruined the best character in. Say Okay well. They ruined him. Don't say it says it are. We did not do it. Because I feel like this thrones and that's your fault okay. Game of thrones is definitely a little more ambiguous but you ruin. That is true. It's very true. Which is why which is why he needs to be Joel. And the last of US needs another shot. People like okay okay. So so my -til. Dr Is how you it shows that. If you're ending is bad you can totally erase the legacy of what was essentially. What are the greatest of all time? An and percent which after S- season eight is game of thrones people. Don't really talk about it as like. Oh this is one of the greatest all time not as often as they used to give me the runs. It was like everyone's like Oh. This is either all the time within a week. Just does it. Nobody everybody's just like the first couple episodes few episodes right like we're bringing everyone slovaks wearing badly. I love breaking bad car. O avatar incredible show. I love talking about the movie I was like. No one is going to be. People probably still will be but they kind of killed their legacy in a season so every time you talk about game of thrones like us you have to be like. Game of thrones is great asterisk seasons as long as we're talking about recommended though. I don't think it's that bad to absolutely destroy the show because I think there's one four is just Even five I despise some of seven and then seven eight even though they weren't the strongest. If you just cut to like fight scenes and stuff those were great. It's just the story and everything else was pretty bad or just like throw it out the window but like watching some of the battles and stuff. He did with like the big budgets. That's cool especially towards the later season but I mean earlier especially if someone really into like medieval fantasy that kind of stuff definitely thank. You should watch it and the stuff that I still think you can like. Especially somehow you've avoided like any. Spoilers game of thrones. Yea like well done. I don't know how some of the twists and turns twists and turns are still worth it. It's just it's just saw. Maybe I think he still has like the best season ending like evolved by any show. Ever I remember. I remember watching that because I was like. Wait a minute like this doesn't have as a weight. So what's the show about? Yeah and Unfortunately that was win season one came out so I didn't have anything else to watch like what I was already Beijing at that point. So game of thrones figured we'd had to talk about that one but blue mentioned a very good one. That was going to mention Avatar Bender. Absolutely absolutely really. Like if you're like you would recommend that if you're an animated kind of per you would recommend that over like like other like come on. Well technically enemy I'll but it is come on. I mean come on. I would say animated series. It's probably my favorite. It's it's good. I was like a kid so like you know when you come home from school like Oh advertise on our watch this one so you never really caught every episode. That's how I was as many unlike. You guys boomer one. Yeah I know you guys are diehards. Have rewatching so many times. Oh really has one of the best character ARCS in a show. I like that. Yeah I mean it's not much vesiga got some great character arcs this the C series doesn't go on for too long. It doesn't drag out. Why is it only ninety six? Look it up. You have a computer right in front. Pretty sure it's sixty three seasons of twenty episodes. That's not bad and I thought it was way longer for some reason. No and I mean like it was so good though I was like I want more but I mean it ended Yeah yeah it it ended well. It all came together. Characters were great storytellers. Great animation like. I cannot stress that enough if you have not seen it you should do. I'M GONNA break up fighting words between you two now because I think he to differ on this opinion on. What do I pig pig? Avatar the last heir bender or pick Kora which Here we go think. I think you can't watch one without watching the other. Yeah you also can't fully understand Korea. Yeah the original yes. Some of the characters and nuances. I mean they introduced a lot of new characters. But you'll miss a lot of stuff you're just like I don't get it or you won't understand the significance of this character showing up this scene. Baba hard to say I'm I'm still. I still prefer Cora because I think some people look at a lot of Avatar the original series through very rose-tinted nostalgia glasses man. That show was slow times. How sel yet so brave not that controversial to anyone who like looks at objectively look brain. He's trying to Avatar avatars with vegetables. Ever pro probably best western cartoon of all time right but show was super slow. Sometimes I mean core has its faults too. I feel like the payoff and Cora and a lot of stuff is a lot more. I will say in original Avatar here like I could hear like steam coming out of this. Saying she's saying that Zuko no no character in either series comes close to Zuko character. Yeah no it's and and as much as like Ang's chill like fucking do Co. game for life destroyed but I think I think core had lower lows though only first season of core I think is the Best Avatar. There is full first season to me. Dallas Oh and the world building. Well that's a few episodes to the I. I Love Cora so much because the first season disorder world building the show never really stops world billing so it just does such a good job of expanding on what you're already because you you're wondering all these questions like what happens to these people what happens to these kingdoms and corrientes questions but then while season two. We don't need to talk about this trash. It's so bad it wouldn't even worse Avatar season. It went through a lot of ups and downs. Trad Seba and the problem. I blame nickelodeon Nicaraguans Canada. The fall here. Why is that? It's they give them so many limitations even in the final season? They're like a like you got to cut episode like what like what you if you've never seen. Corey look at watch an episode of season one. Yeah and you'll see the animation. The art the love. That's put into that and then watch one from season through season four. It's like no none. He's he's way over exaggerating. Maybe job no you can I the I will admit that there are sold. The sure rash that is trash. He's very it's very overblown. Maybe somebody's looking at coral with rose tinted glasses blue. All right. You're being precise looking at like look at that. I put it in. That's not fair because you look at you comparing different frames. This is like the issue dragged me for had gerbils super. Yes has animations pretty bad. Yeah at some points when it first started it was terrible but you know the first season. Yeah Gray and obviously their budget got lower and lower but but they never compromise because at slow points of character points the animations not quite as there but like at that point as a matter of the character. The animation is never an issue in the show. That takes you out of it. That's your that's a big reach huge season two. I can see that because there is a big dip in animation because you can tell all their budget went into a first avatar section. What was his. What's his name. The explained the origin story Avatar. What's his name me Eddie. Such six or no nothing one on your almost telling season to all their budget would into one story which is dough but like the rest of these inside but season three best avatar season not even close to the whole series three best. Avatar of meals all right there especially the ending of season three the bittersweet adult theme shit. It's pretty weak. That like you brought it. That's pretty weak. That's pretty weak on the the thing. That kinda ruined was nickelodeon. Like stopped airing it. Cora towards the end was only available online. Yeah they're being that's why they pulled budget and stuff like I saw the first season. Of course like this is amazing and then antennas like Nintendo Nickelodeon like. Oh Oh you like that. Well let's just ruin it and so it was so confusing because their sponsors season three was like massive like and then season for only online sees this. He's like Oh this this season was this brought me back like this isn't too bad but season three was amazing season throwing back in one did and then we're going to the season four with so much hype and Niccolo inches like no no. You're going to be online only and also you have to cut an episode. What's Nickelodeon is like notorious for cutting good yeah? Invaders was sick and the NICKELODEON was like no like well. Speaking of stuff that sacks. Let's take a break real quick. That does because we may add washhand break. They get up and watch. It doesn't suck. Let me let me reiterate. The AD does inside. Just that you know you gotta take a break from the Pie Jesu anyway. Here's yet guys. Look around you. It's a new week. But guess what it's still a wireless world and you're still using wired ear buds guys. I need you to really take listen and really look at ray cons new ear buds guys before you go spend hundreds and hundreds of dollars on a pair of ear buds. Please go. Check out the wireless ear buds from Right Con. If you're in the wireless ear bud marketplace please check out the latest Ray con model. The twenty five. It's the best one yet with six hours of playtime seamless Bluetooth pairing more base and more compact design. That gives you a nice noise. Isolating FIT recons wireless ear. Buds are so comfortable. Perfect on the go and listening when you're taking phone calls once again. I warmed to the gym and not having to hear the background noise of the other music. Playing the gym is absolutely perfect. 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I was saying no but I think my dad has this little Santa. He's like he's like before we go to the store like here. He's has this little one on his key chain and I was like I was like I was like dad like you. You can't be showing people that you're GonNa get robbed Jones Sanitizer Goff like you gotta put that thing away. You had high. I was at Safeway and like they had a pump at the thing. That's going to swoop gotta like I respect the game but like that's very nice but like I was up my grocery store and they had to. They put they put zip ties on the anti antiseptic wipes. Whatever it's called zip well because they have like a little box where you take them but they play zip ties on. So do people wouldn't open the the they enter code. That is so funny. It's ridiculous but we were just talking about how nickelodeon was dumb cancelled shows and stuff. I think I won't go on this for too long but I think this is a good super easy series to bench. To because there's only like eight episodes. I know what you're gonNA say when I say firefly my man that's right. They did this show of shows that got done. It's that firefly I think done more dirty if you don't know what we're talking about. I mean this was like a potential people liked it but fox. So here's the problem to some people don't understand so firefly's like seven or eight episodes. It was one of Nathan billions role. Kind of breakout roles. I live so you have K. Nathan Fillion I. It's like a space western. It's essentially what Mandel Warren does now but just earlier and it wasn't star wars themed That's why like mandatory now because a lot of the time it gave me firefly vibes which I like Lauren. By the way I finished it. So that's super dope loved it but the problem was it was on Fox originally but Fox aired all the episodes in the wrong order when I came out to everyone watching. It's like what like I don't remember the first order but I definitely don't think the pilot was I. The last episode was like somewhere in the middle. Like I don't know how they botched it. This bad yeah so it came out in understand we. A lot of people are confused. They're like off ratings aren't there and they just cancel it and that was it but there's like a cult following it was so good and if you watch it in order really thought there was like a reboot that was coming no so they finally made a movie a couple years ago till I kinda just put like a period on it guys up well I mean the firefly cast themselves like loved it too and wanted it to come back but there's nothing they can do about it about. Can you tell me what it's about so me because I've never seen it? I mean it's pretty much that so it's Nathan fillion is this. He's not quite like a space pirate. I'm trying to remember his Lord Kinda like from Guardians of the galaxy like so. Yeah he just Kinda like goes and Ragtag. Yeah he's he's not working with many people and he has his own like super like Jenky ship but eventually comes on this planet meet. Some people slowly builds a crew. Kinda like Mandalay Laurean. And then it's all about them on the ship and what's happening and there's this girl they find a whole bunch of questions about her on so it's a lot of questions about the people he meets. That are on the ship who they are. Why they're now tangled in this mess because of this girl and they don't understand and it's really and like literally I mean it's like seven episodes like twenty minutes each L. Super. You WANNA burn. Yes while I'm saying like yeah you could. You could watch that and then watch something else for the rest of the day but I really like it and I think I think it could have been great but from Fox and people are stupid so here. Well okay I got a question. Are you guys like big? Sitcom guys like like guys like sitcoms not really man really like not at all so like do you not watch boy meets world like growing up I did. I mean same thing. It was just flipping channels. Abc World Alley bombings world. Yeah I've been like rewatching because Disney plus and it's so good. Do you can be laughing. And then like thirty seconds later. You're plus an outcry it. I love it dude like. It's so intense. I don't know how they do every episode like I learned something to apply that I've become a better person. Yeah Wow when I was little I was looking through is a corey and now I'm looking through the eyes of the dad and I don't even have kids. It's so does you should watch if you like or the office if you haven't I mean yeah at this point plus you WanNa do assume because it's going to be off here soon. That's I think that's the best thing on Netflix. Honestly I don't. I don't watch a lot of like netflix exclusives. Honestly I don't think they're that good really big US some Bangor's I think like in terms of like other streaming platforms. I think the other platforms have bigger bangers. Bigger I I've stranger things which is like the biggest I think excludes dangerous season three was pretty weak. Ai Stranger things season through kind of weak. I don't know how you guys feel about it. I would not recommend I mean I'll watch them into black men recommended series. I don't think they'll ever beats one season. One is great television. I'd recommend that but then just kind of maybe stop I mean. Let me look at a list of Netflix exclusives. Orange is the new black. That's always CRANFORD and received Roy. Well never gave it a shot My Stepbrother Mitch. Loves it though? Stranger things obviously narcos school the first season Sake but then it Kinda I think putters off Beau Jack Horsemen adults win. I don't think so no. What shame will happen to this? Two Way to go Kevin Spacey. A House of cards Yeah House of cards is that was I loved it. And then of course he just has to go and look. I don't know how much people like some of these minehunter. I know some people really like Ozark we trotting. I tried it and it just. It just didn't hit. I'm GONNA be honest. I tried minehunters Clearly like since eight. But I've never seen that. What's the one you've been talking about? Like Plus Ultra or something like that. Like like the one on Netflix. You try to watch it. Then you're like I'm GONNA throw up. Oh altered carbon altered carbon that one series of unfortunate events I'm sorry I mean the. I think I've heard good things about seventy for the record. I didn't read those books. I haven't read to me books here. I remember liking them so much because of the hardcover and then the pages all. They're really cool. There yet is like well. Good pages also did it to where like it was All the pages were different links. So it felt really cool like You know one time I had that like diarrhea home. Yeah someone Ben I loved their double. I never never i. I like Superhero movies. I don't want to be here. Shows the umbrella academy which I love season? Two's coming out soon. Altered Carbon Black Mirror. Obviously People Really Alan. Black mayor has some cool episodes. Also some MANCA W episodes. Yeah they have they're really hit or miss and some are like what they're also just like so each episode is completely different from each other a little wacky many stories almost like what's that old nineteen like the twilight zone. Yeah that well. Yeah which. That's come back recently right with like yeah. I have anything about it. Though which makes me makes me shady. I feel like I've the only thing I've heard wasn't great. Okay I also hey for all your thinkers out there I would recommend watching jeopardy. I think there's some jeopardy episodes on net flicks like they have some dope wants. That's how you get your learning in. That's what I do. I haven't played in a long time though have been played in a long time. I thought in Oda Jeopardy I just know dump stupid useless stuff American. The handle like Oh. Have you seen that one? No but I've heard it's it's hilarious. Yeah I heard it's super good. It's like a mockumentary thing. It's fantastic and yeah. I heard it's really funny Jessica. Jones was good. That's like another superhero. One right yeah. Well they had some good shows but then they're marvel lie contract expired. They could only make like six seasons altogether or something like marvel stuff. You know what I watched this weekend and it just reminded me of like just crazy reality TV. Show just how it's so bad. I was watching the last episode of the Bachelor Rogic. Allied bad trashy television but it also may have. That ain't Cougar. But then I was like oh my fucking God quoting the bachelor right now and then like the other guys like that lady looks like bar by doing clear my mom. Would you just talked about them? Apparently here's like a great Indian or I've no idea but yet people have been talking about nonstop. It's just like trash like I love my trash television to like. I used to love like the flavor of love. I don't know if he ever watched flavor of C. Flavor of love so good because of one person and that was New York New York. Tv No it was vh one show Apl and he was like the dude like trying to find love and are okay and specifically what was real name like tiffany or some shit if he something she calls up New York but pro. She made that show. That wasn't flavor. Flav show her own spinoff and still very successful like that. She was lying huge. Like a mean before memes existed. You're like Pumpkin. Spit on New York. Obscene spoiling Oh and then she river and driving to school the next day with my mom. I'm not driving 'cause I must be like eight or nine. I don't know maybe I don't know flavor of loved him out. Maybe I was like twelve. I can't really remember what year but they were like talked about it on the radio. I can't believe New York spit on Pumpkin. I was like yeah. I can't believe that you should just sat. There and h food just reminds me of Trash Television. How much elastic trash? Tv like road rules real world challenge like they'd always compete in just stupid things. I love that I was trash television lot. There's a lot of trash television reality shows. I don't really watch anymore like old. Fear factor was sweet. Good old Joe Rogan. Back in his heyday. Yeah I love. Old Fear Factor. They try to bring it back. But I don't know well I was completely lost their but I'm glad you guys. I never really watched any like the MTV or vh one any of that kind of stuff. Well you are allowed to young man. I don't think I wasn't allowed to just really just in US had ever caught onto it. Entertainment why I remember just tune in some stuff as well as like pimp my ride. I might was shit. I love him What are the other ones exit? Eze I never really ever caught Rob Rob Rob. Big was great. Wasn't trash television. That was wholesome rate television. That's like it's never saw. I saw my sweet sixteen or whatever and has that's trash but come on. Oh like after you watch. Room raiders and sweet sixteen comes on and she's like my name is Lauren and I want some Egyptian party. I'm like Lauren. Let's see right like sure I'm in Come back to Netflix. This one I would definitely recommend. I don't think I'd have. You've seen it peaky blinders. I've not seen that does now. I had not seen picky blowing dust as like fantastic. Talk like this I am. I mean it's like back in like around I think after World War One I believe Kind of like gangsters. It's gangsters in somewhere. I think a part of England or something. I'll go on then and suber. Good Tom. Hardy comes into later on. I left Martin as well But peaky blinders would definitely recommend that my only issue with it is. There's like mastering audio mastering problems with it. Where like I need my TV on a hundred to hear it then going different Netflix. Show but then. You go on peaky bunches I in this episode of peak on a lot. I can't I heard it up is like a show where it's like it's like an action scene and you have. It turned all the way. Well the problem is one. It's already low but then the talk in this like super like thick English accent. So you're like why it's like Tom. Hardy I love him but when he came in the first episode was like is this English I had to turn captured is like this can't be ice but still recommend it is fantastic. Show I think big mouth I know other people in West Lawrence over all those shows combined easily mandatory and his sick up Castle Vania. Oh Boo. That's a video game like boo. Have you seen it. The enemy is so wittily season three almost perfect ratings across the border. They do what they do. It's Castle Vania. They just Count Dracula. Want you watch the show. I don't know what it's about. It's the Belmont story the Belmont which at is yeah. That is Richard and No that is that's Who who says either either. That's what it is. I thought that was crossed ether. Does he I thought that was crumbs. Upbeat expert idea. Is it blue? Who says ether idea when he UPI is right? No I think they say Holy water or something. But that's Richter in Simon and their vampire hunters and so it's a story about you'll have to see it. It's kind of cool and it has like some underlying. It is Well it's western like Netflix own anime. I think Western Development House so but people get very technical dull. But but it's made in the West. I don't know day okay. The best way I would put it is pop made. Here's called pop. Pop Maiden like careers called K pop. I it's like ultimately they kind of serve the same purpose but I think for them. Like anime is something produced by Japan. By the way we stand for all you beat out there but anyway. It's a super dark show It's like mature And it just takes a super dark twist and has some crazy social like undertones expulsion really cool ideas and it's great so I would recommend that third season just came out and they're only like twenty minutes apiece they're not like There's not a ton of it so you could definitely get that. I also recommend my hero academia crunchy roll and watch that I mean if we want to go in and that's a rabbit hole around. I think we gotta discern what anime real quick if I was to pick one for all you. Anime watch don't watch last Read or watched by hero make is not even an anime same thing. No I wouldn't I would. I would throw that in a different category. You see you're like some people would read. You're one of those people that breathe. I don't know it just different. It hits different. I'm saying if not if if the native languages in Japanese then it's not like if I am not listening to it in Japanese and reading subtitles is not anime. I have no idea. But also you're recommending a show out of the three anime shows you've seen well. Yeah but it's the best anime at I don't know tackling on titans pretty sick actually. That's a good question. I mean look like highest rated enemies like like it's got to be attacks going to be some old ones. I imagine like you. You Haka show or something right. Shampoo is raided enemy. Like you shot. You're saying cowboy bebop like one of those. Yeah so I mean Google's first result I don't know if this is an order we have cowboy bebop full metal alchemist brotherhood. Never watched it in their wash. It off shut the fuck up rob go watch brotherhood right now. Okay okay. I just sitting up bedtime to say I haven't seen it get you to the Tattoo to get those removed because you deserve them. If you don't watch full molecules brother got a long is it? Okay Watch here's our ED specifically episodes. It's not that long. I feel like this is last night though when we were playing. And you're like goal like what are you doing here? Okay first of all. Let's talk about that as well. Wait last night. The team last night last night. We're going to play warzone and fruits like He. Dmz Abby replaceable. Whatever we figured out we all joined voice and casually I joined and fruit says as casually as possible. Yeah I was GONNA play with an H. Two O. Delirious but We already made guys. So let's get a war zone and it was like I. The Dry Swish possible. I'm like what the fuck are you doing? How are you doing? We're good friend blue. You're a good friend. We'll see I like. We made plans since the beginning of the day. Both we were planning so I was like. I'm not just going to like ditch. 'cause we were like waiting stuff so isn't it should be like now that we're finally here like. Yo sorry like just hit me up but then who who you play with him and o. So we'RE GONNA go. How you doing own just red and blue are what I would have said the same thing I was like. I've closed the game. You Play Oklahoma. I gotta go play trials so I appreciate that but that's what reminded me. I watched that video today. Actually video fun. Well then I have another I or one opie mean blowed out and then I was like no way that was with me and blue in that video. Who did he play with? And it was omen ACO delicious. Like oh tomorrow we'll have aged code warriors which H. O. Glares prime means nothing to rob but he only has a small amount of thirteen point two million subscribers. So that's it. Nothing he he whenever he was the that everyone is always like Oh dork. Sounds like this really cool and I told blue ironically when I like playing with him last night straight up at points I was like I forgot. You're delirious Dork. Like between the voice really for the microphone quality and then just the way their mannerisms like you're you're practically one in the same. That's really funny. Except for years we horn here say might not be into as much anti. But we don't know that though. Yeah he's just not as publicly on the PODCAST. I also don't think he probably re tweets like Godzilla Titi much. Yeah I really honest. Dork is absolutely one hundred percent and been on my ever like maybe a year and a half now. We might be coming up onto well. I just stopped Lincoln it because I think Dork was the one. That someone's like like don't link at Dhaka's is like Sap Lincoln it. I was like oh twitter when he does videos with us. Yeah 'cause like Oh yeah I was just like but he's like no because then like people fall me and then just asked me. What am I doing. And he's like you're the one that decided to follow me so he's just just don't put that. I don't want these people all right but the ad you like anybody. They need just a disclaimer. Like if they go to. Click dorks follow button? They just need to know what they're getting into. Yeah for sure and mute thing as quick as you can see public and you just kind of scroll across dork favored. Because you don't want to see what he favorites let alone tweets are bad and this for some reason. Twitter's algren like. Hey I know you're having dinner with your girlfriend's parents for the first time but Here's this your welcome. Oh my gosh just a Segi old. I can't tell you how many times no me. I can't mute him. Because he's like he's your are the same time I like about who over here like It's Friday I'M GONNA go out of my parents and let's go get some dinner with them and I'm just sitting there. I'm like twitter. Twitter titter wall and it's not just jd either. Yo It's like Valley Rhode head villager. It's like titties bigger than like us. If you were to all three of us together discover some weird stuff the rest on this list. I've heard of this. I'd say code. Geese coggi's guys bro. I have no idea code gas. I've I've actually. I've actually never known that pronounces it. That's GONNA look it up right now and it's G. Oh pronunciation pronounce sticker dude. It's pretty funny though that. That's a thing people look it up like like. What is this Code Code Gayus Gaseous? Okay Kogas Drager Ball I am. I mean demons on there yet come on neon Genesis Evangelina. I know that one's a big coal classic. That's like really like Gundem right Kinda time. Non Gundem Stein's skate. I've never heard of that one Do Rose favourite one whole loves that. He's one of my friends he likes wears but he's a big he's like Sammy. Intimate may level. You know what I mean like you like. We like animated like me. Who's very Kathleen within? And then there's you guys who like kind of dabbling the animators like ooh nicer. And then there's people who read the Manga like claiming fair. The I think you're in our group because you elevate once you get a tattoo okay. Fine I'm with you guys than because of these Sammy. You know like then. Then there's Rojo's right there with him and that's his favorite and he swears adding he's like if you watch anything you watch signs gay right now. I said okay so but now I gotTa Watch full albums Brotherhood sooner than I thought. Two thousand eleven. That's not as listening. Yeah it's pretty good. He says that long says about it's about time travel. That's all he is a group of friends. Create a time machine capable of sending messages across time and cause ripples through the past and present yes he says it is very cool and very epic off. Cheka we also have. Samurai Shampoo has dope EST intro to any animate ever. I've watched like the first like six episodes. It it's pretty dope dude like the really like hip hop instrumentals in the background while there's like conversations it's really cool. I like it a lot. It's very interesting. I haven't finished it though. There's only like twenty or something episodes. It's not very long but it's really dope next one. I have been recently. Actually someone was telling me to watch this Gurin logging. I believe. It's like good or not good. Is that a for fudging. Good log on. Is The pinnacle of mixing hype at Storyline with s tear animation better than a better that attack on? Titan? I'm like okay. Well that's attack tie. In storyline and animation animation wise attack on Titan is different level. But that's because it's the year twenty six two thousand seven but back in the day. Two thousand seven animation was. I mean even to this day. The stylist beauty easily holds up. But it's not like I mean you see tacking time like that straight budget like Fu. It doesn't surprise me though because that's I forget the studio name studio trigger or whatever they kill famer and stylized yeah may see also best anime opening of all time no cap below. I'll have to check it out One piece can't say I know it's like episode million. Yeah just watch like the first two hundred and then it really. Yeah just go ahead and catch up where like going to be bro. Like just the I two hundred one. Norwich really started to pick up route two eighty. I swear to you. We got nine twenty. Three is the latest episode. Nine hundred. I'll speed read some of these. We got ghost in the shell. Bleach Hunter Hunter attack on Titan. Under Soviet full metal alchemist psycho. Pass Death Note. F. L. C. L. on Netflix way. Better so when you guys talk about television like Binge. This show. Efficacy was going to be my pick. Flc I've never even heard of that fully food Kuti. It's such a weird show but it's like it's very much about like trying to grow fast and like I was. I watched that show at the exact age. Group has the protagonist so that show hit different with. It's very weird by standards. It can also It came out in two thousand and three but they just had a season two thousand eighteen. So they rebooted there separate storylines. I haven't even watched it. Oh I haven't watched it 'cause I don't WanNa ruin the legacy of the also try. It's okay borrows trash talking trash. We I watched the news seasons. Because they're all separate storylines. It's not like they're the same set in the same universe typing but I haven't watched it arranged the first fully. Cooley was like yours ever. It's very I know. It's just each relate to a really hard. It's very weird though. It's very weird. Show actually go according to imdb. The ones with at least ten thousand votes highest rated other top twenty five number one brotherhood number two death-knell three hunter hunter for cowboy bebop five. Oh Pag Dec- this one punch man We'll operated while I assume that's maybe not season to season one was a banger. My season two brings the average down for what is fantastic. Season one was like peak Six attack on Titan seven. Stein's eight one piece once next nine. Dragon Ball Z. Ten your lie in April Eleven Code Joss twelve monster. Thirteen fullmer alchemist. Even though Fourteen Beserk Fifteen Rooney Kinchen trust in betrayal Rony Kantian that was also like a classic adult swim show is that can't you or whatever that what is that. Show running. Engine Ron. Nami Number Sixteen Myer academia Seventeen erased eighteen for life disrespect newer. Because it's new will attack on Titan death note. They're all up there. They're really knew how. Wait wait wait now. Oh Two thousand six two hundred seven. I thought it was way more recent than that. Oh yes he did like their disrespected. I mean AC- tag on Titan in one punch man five and six are super recent point. eighteen archbishop in nineteen MUCCI. She Twenty Samra Shampoo Twenty one goes to the shell twenty two dragon ball. Twenty-three Rony Kinchen Wandering Samurai twenty four neon genesis. Evangeline and Twenty Five Dragon Ball Super. Do the fact is on that list. Even though it's only been one season is disrespectful beyond genesis even Jelly and being so low as Matt surprising to me. Okay to be fair though rob it might not have ten thousand volts DB okay. Because it's so new. I don't know I would definitely put demons. Wake up there though they have so far. It's so good and I cannot wait for the movie comes out. Ironically I just found me I'm going to address lists so apparently brotherhood I do. I need to watch that to watch the original. No is it like a complete completely different so the first one was made but as as Manga happens they they don't have the like the Manga doesn't come out quick enough for the animated release so they end may kind of the original took some creative privileges which were not nearly as good as full full moloch was brotherhood so okay so if I watch brotherhood APSO ONE. I'm not going to be like no. You don't need to watch the original watch brother Brotherhood. Is They both tread. The Same Path. It's just brotherhood is is like closer to the original than they used. Among Mangga than theorist show us make sense? Well I shall. We wouldn't talk about enemy but we talked about enemy your so. Let's listen to this ad break and then come back to other normal. Tv stuff okay. Greetings and salutations. 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Podcast ERR on Fridays and can be downloaded on a podcast service of your choice and welcome back to the normal TV stuff. We got through our enemy. We always seem to somebody. I think people are sleeping on it at the same time though. It's definitely become more and more popular all for sure. The fact I watched it is a fact. That's when you know it's normally once raw gets on it like once. I started watching it and I was like I can't watch anymore leads Coming in force. Okay so I think we mentioned a few blue and rob. There's some other ones that immediately. Come all days once. You'll I wanNA watch really bad and I've heard it's like when you say like shows like breaking bad and like this show they fight. Yeah wait what real quick we should say. I don't even the should go without saying breaking bad. Watch breaking bad yes yes. Watch breaking bad. I don't care what you're doing. Don't listen to what anyone else's head with watching it's on Netflix. Still write it better. Be So good. Watch breaking bad the wire then if you guys ever watched the wire no but I've heard really good things by that to the highest rated. Tv shows. I think yeah. That's like wash show that I really want to start. Watching is the wire that shows really really good blue. Have you watched the wires a great show? It's just so you think it's not tell you how hard why people turn up to the wire and why is that? You know it's just like Oh man like this show is so oh my God. Today I watched the wire and I learned about the ghetto show. Is that what that's about that's about like drug dealing in life? It's a great show me wrong city. But it's like a drug dealer and like the The projects but like like man department to like more for that show than like real-life minorities diligence. I've seen the wire. Okay Yeah I stay in the wire Doug Okay school or yeah welcome. I need to watch that. But that's like one of the shows that I've heard is like super super good then now that blue says that no. It's a great show back in the day it was like. Oh my God. Have you guys seen the wire such a good show what it's about right? It's like Oh my God. Yes so drug. This is like real life. I'd also really liked to watch the sopranos. I never got into the Sopranos. But that's like the first show. My Dad watched my like and that's like in the time we were like they were burning shows on. Vhs Is my dad would just come home with a bunch vhs. His friends burn from the Sopranos. Because my dad didn't WANNA buy HBO. So that was the first show. I ever so. My Dad Bench was the sopranos he literally watch it all the time but I never watched I looked up on. Imdb top rated TV shows met. You will not guess what's number one number one year. What year what year. You're trying because again so I looked up top rated TV shows. I do not think you guys will get number one or two. Oh I remember modern family or have you seen the list boost. I'm pretty sure it's player. Yeah Number Planet Wasp Planet Earth One earth secondly the first one led planet earth. Like this right here as a are you. Are you bagging on my boy? David attenborough stack no region penguin and his cubs cubs. That's news to me. I don't know I haven't seen him. I see the closer. It's like the snakes. Find ITS PREY LIZARD. Run like in that one like well. This is sick so I understand what it is number one. I just never just when I just thought of more like episodic series I never really thought of that as a as a cross my mind you because what I thought it was technically. I guess the first TV show. That isn't like a nature documentary. 'cause he I think might documentary kinds of definitely. A different category would not put him as like entertainment. But but maybe not. I don't know Band of brothers. I can't say extremely good and task show about like it's an HBO show about Yep A PLATOON IN WORLD WAR. Two and the crazy thing came out two thousand one. The amount of stars in that isn't like is insane. There's so many people and the thing too because this was before like for a lot of them this was like their first thing. Like I'm like Oh my God that's that's so on my and he's all my and like and people just showing up for small parts Mike Bender last. Show many people in Donnie Wahlberg. And there's a ton Schumer's in Tom Hardy. I go through them all and some huge people to yeah just come in for like a little thing and I'm like nowadays you've spent so much money to that you had Jimmy Fallon had like a minute cameo. Yeah it's crazy. I love that show really really good. Definitely recommend it's a mini series. I think it's like an episodes. It's like it's like a churn noble series just like. Yeah where they like. They like save like a concentration camp. Let's Shit's crazy but yeah fair warning. It's heavy yeah like if you're not ready for something to like. Yeah you got to be prepared. Yeah then breaking bad. Absolutely yeah understandably. That shows great that show so good like. I caught up with it on. Netflix freshman. Year of college is really all I did was watch breaking bad on that flakes and then I up to it like when a final series. Yeah it ended because it ended. Yeah and then technically number three Chernobyl. Great Dude you finish it. Oh Great Yeah I love that. Show that The good news is that's the guy going to be directing the last of US really. That's going to be really sick. So if he brings his a game like that. Yeah Episode Wild. It's going to be good tenant technically then there's blue planet to but again. We'll just assume exclude him at number four wire dolphin as its rides down. This wave number. Four is the wire and I'm surprised. Number five is game of thrones. I would've thought people would like bonded after the last probably did I has one point six million votes. It's probably highest voted ones. I mean it's still so good like on the I mean like like blue said it content like the last season contained but still like pretty crazy and then we have again a lot of these we have our planet. Cosmo's Space Time Odyssey. Cosmo's which by the way both are dope. I've seen both the one with The Earth is flat guys. Okay stop with the one with Propaganda Carl Sagan and the newer one with Neil degrasse Tyson. Both fantastic Wow I did not see this coming so technically number six rick. And morty off dude. Yeah Man Ricky. Morny so fucking good but you just can't get past can't but like six greatest TV show. That's kind of crazy. It's so good like but like you gotTa have a big brain to understand. Oh wait never mind. I totally agree with this list. Because number seven Avatar. The last heir bender isn't yeah not surprising. Wow it's above the sopranos take that Sopranos Surprise Number Eight Number Eight. Yeah my dad. Loves the spray knows he would go to. He would stand sopranos number nine. I haven't heard of this The world at war nineteen seventy-three. I haven't heard of that. One was that a groundbreaking twenty-six part documentary series narrated by the actor warrants Ollivier. But the deadliest conflict in History Wilbur to My I'm going to watch that. Yeah I'm really interested in like World War history than we have sherlock the BBC show is that He came coming back coming back coming back. What have you been watching crazy? Parodies OUT THERE. Bro. Come on my back. No I told you I listened to has smog alternates from the curtain off draws amount. Turn your free my wings are all right thank you. We'll call you we'll call you. That's that's enough the Vietnam war twenty seventeen. Sounds like a documentary The twilight zone the old one fifty nine. Yeah That's a dope right. I liked that read a lot. More nature stuff really Batman the animated series Nineteen ninety-two. Oh that show is awesome. But it was like one of those kids shows that like. You just can't catch while it's on but you liked every time it was on you know what I feel. What was underrated though Batman Beyond? That was him in like that. Really sleek out all like the one that was like red like the Red Batman. Really tight yeah. I think that was slept on. That came out after that. I WanNa see I think so. Have you seen that one but really going much again Batman beyond? I think that's why I've seen it as a kid. I thought you were talking about Batman forever is that a movie. I don't know I was thinking Batman forever. Bambi bail. Ninety nine November forever was really bad movie. It wasn't it was at the ours Watson. Egger Val kilmer which bless stands. It's is to meet you know that was talking about Clooney. When he was a Batman and Robin I think that's one. Yeah like I said next firefly. Oh Wow should mention yet to a small series that got canceled is still that high. People saw the potential soda. But does it have a good ending for something that only seven episodes while I mean? That's the problem. Couldn't really get an ending kind of set something up and then I can be with no ending us have to watch him I've never heard of this deck log. Nope Ten television drama films. Each one based on one of the ten commandments came on eighty nine. True detective. People are really big on those which one is true to HBO show. I thought like season two was bad. That's what I heard like the one with Matthew mcconaughey. Hey I heard his good within the next one is sucks within the next one's good at the roller coaster. Yeah you're a lot ups downs. Wow anime all the way up here. We got death note. So apparently death note is the highest rated enemy I thought it was a death. Note Yeah it was what was brotherhood up there. Yeah I passed it I pass. It was right before twilight zone Death Knell Twitter Fargo. Is that the movie with the job. Also WanNA why now? That's Tom my God. What is that I remember? She was like no. I know you're talking about Darko. Fargo's a show. I believe it's a show based off of this kind of cult classic movie called Fargo. I tried to watch it. I think it's from the COEN brothers. It's it's very interesting movie like it's either a lover hate in most people. I've talked to hate it. My brother-in-law's it but cowboy bebop last week tonight with John Oliver. That's aw dude. He's great asset not yet a TV show. But like I'm thinking a serious that's still a series like it still has seasons like it's late night shows. No I think I think some some different. No I'm thinking of a a story based on Oliver and I don't like I like John Oliver. Tv show don't discredit him. It's bigger than that We got friends should be on here. We got friends the friends. I've never watched friends monty python. Well now that you mention it the office I see. I think the office should be higher than friends. I think friends trash then by Sheinfeld all the sitcoms or like right next to each other well because yeah the guy okay. We put one now. We got to put the others like all right. There's other ones yeah science. I've never watched Seinfeld but like I've what about airline food taboo food? That's game we met said hot. Larry David Show. What is that called? That shows hilarious but other show. You know Larry David. He's a he was a writer for some the creator of Seinfeld. What does that show called? Larry keep going Find it. We'll all Passing over to Blue Blazer any other show right now that you can think of that. Yeah this is a lot of pressure. That's gray show. No curb your enthusiasm. That's that's what you should watch. That shows hilarious. I love curb your enthusiasm. Larry David using these awkward situations in life. And it's just hilarious. How he reacts I love it and think of other shows I would recommend too. I mean a lot of the ones. I mentioned metals. Listen OFF ON LISTS. If I said. Oh that one's really good. That's a recommendation that's recommended now other shows you. That are bad like that. You wouldn't recommend that people do like why wouldn't know because I'd probably didn't watch all well. Some you tried you. This is whack. I can't really think of anything but I'm asking you guys try to even think of the show. I would say this is a bad show. I've started watching mostly because everyone has recommended to me. The show called shameless. Shame I think I've heard of the name. I've started watching it. It's an interesting show. It's pretty relatable but like I say bad isn't damn like they like they really like Yup. There's a Dick there's some titties was more Dick. Some teddy there are some. Td again. So I feel like ever since. Hbo Like it's no longer tasteful. Like I feel like people. Just do it now because they can feel like. Well it's throwback that's for you I mean it's I mean it's not really like sh they don't really use it as like shock value anymore. That's just reality like people have titties and people have Dick War. I remember being. Like a like with your. You know I was just as opposed to like the very first episode. I was like man. I don't even see that like in today's TV and this is like a ten year old sees a ten year old. Yeah and I was like damn like this is like this is more than I see today straight titty titty titty Dick. What was like the first in that order like your parents wouldn't let you watch you like what like. What was your favorite like your first mature. Show that you remember watching robot chicken. I honestly I couldn't even tell you like I remember like I used to watch. Dragon Ball Z and I went to Walmart to buy drawing ballsy. Brawley the movie and Got Home. And My dad's let me see that and on the back it says like blood and nudity. Which like the nudity. There there isn't really. It's like animated shirt off right or like rip close and so he took it back. I never even got to see it like that was what I was dealing with when I was younger but then when I got too old that it was like I just do whatever I wanted or like like for instance I couldn't see a PG thirteen movie until I was thirteen. Do you remember your first. Pg Thirteen movie. Yes mention that. It was a superman trash pick. I think I rated R. was drive with Rang Gosling. Oh classic movie. Yeah that was like a race car driver like or something like that. Have you seen it not had not just watch? But it's it's a pretty R. Film. I'm and it was one of the first like ones with Ryan gosling like right when you starting to take off. Was it with your parents know? Just my older brother okay. Yeah the other shows. I'd mentioned I mean I've tried a lot recently the expanse I'll say it again. You're not watching that. You're missing out. I don't know why more people aren't talking about it. It's don't Spence government show. You're saying that's aliens and stuff sci-fi show on Amazon and it slept on and what early everyone. I even had like some friends who listened to the podcast. I said they're not watching it. And they're like you're right it's great. What's it called the expanse e expanse and shot at Amazon for saving? It appreciate okay. Also the boys another Amazon prime show. I really liked that one cool. Did you ever finish that blue? Why the boys? Oh the boy is now. I was in your extremely cozy theater room that I'm never gonNa Watch anything ever again. Probably well that's why I thought you because you were watching this show but then I just got to watch. It's good vision I don't watch much television. Wait a minute. This has to be a real number. Seventy four is content cop like I dubs content cop. They are they someone someone said. It's documentary comedy crime and it's a TV series and there's eleven thousand something votes so I'm assuming somebody came in and Kinda troll this but that's pretty funny. I thought you were GONNA say the Dream Team has like I believe it. Yeah yeah it would be like it would be like Dream Team specifically destiny one the first couple episodes and then they just kind of lost it. You know we're still waiting on the Olympics Guardian Games. Yeah expecting some revenue share. Yeah We talked about it. Not In an official capacity but the Mandal Laurean. I'd recommend that a very sick very bizarre stupid though like there are some parts. I'm like come on like like they're in trouble. Thank God we got that show and really helps really helps wash down. The flavor of the other star wars like revived like like brought me back to Star Wars. So weird that we had four two weekends and in years of nothing and then just the man Laurean. It's great as far as let us use those crazy starrewards dogs and then just like Ryan Johnson. Officially coming out to saying like yeah. I didn't really care about like sticking the Canon or war or doing all this and the re to it was like. Oh Yeah we can tell. There's lettuce up rise buddy. Did you see that? They say I was out. Sorry about your stars movie. Though Disney came out and said like the emperor was like a clone or something like that. Oh I don't know at this point. Just stop just like you're you're shooting yourself in the foot. You're not helping anything like what. What do you say I mean I? I think that's even worse. If they're going to try to clone which like I mean. It was hard to believe survived. So you're telling the clothes now it's just there's a clone. Yeah and then. How is this clone so powerful? That's what I don't I don't and then that clone made a clone ninety four is demon slayer though from wound up. Then that's what we're talking about. What we're talking about any other can't really. I'm terrible cough. The top of the head boy meets world is such a good show and it's like a feel good show. I've you know I've been watching too. I don't know if you guys are into these kids. I watched like seven Disney channel original movies. This past weekend like Jijjani soon. Nami like motocross like get a clue brink. Did you guys ever watch those as a kid like Disney Channel? All they were the best. It would bring his easily. The best one and then motocross to then get includes three. I would recommend Disney channel original movies. Eddie's million dollar cook off his great too. I don't know if I'd recommend those all. They're fun they're yeah like. Maeve you've seen them as a kid and you have that nostalgia factor but otherwise. Yeah it's crash there. That's just kind of like a throwaway. I said trash television trash movies. There's definitely got to be some more. Tv But questions like this. It's so hard to think of everything. Nobles up there Oh I talked about a whole bunch. The New Watchmen. That was fantastic love. Everybody loved it. Super Wall received Would recommend that and I think I mean and that we mentioned a lot of stuff anyway. There's gotta be something that we if an interesting you you could watch If not we'll just I'M GONNA watch brotherhood. Oh that's a star with. I haven't had a new animated a while and might as well if blue is going to yell at me as if I was going to go play with delirious. Then it's probably. It's probably worth watching. Sorry I didn't mean to let you down so I have some Patriot questions Pulled up here if you guys want to answer some of those very very no. Yes okay I Here's a question for Ben Tate. Have you guys ever been overseas if so what is your favorite country? And what did you the most about? It also just want to say I love the podcast and all the content you guys deliver. Keep up being awesome people now. I've only been overseas one time and I was like two and that's when we visited my family's farm in Columbia so I don't really remember so I guess like I guess go into Columbia but I don't remember anything you've been all over the place Mr Fruit and I would not say that well what I'm trying to what I'm trying to currently do is actually find a review because we didn't do that We're still five out of five maple one but well. This is five. I mean we're ten but this is only five out of five because we can't go higher okay but like the bar is Kinda overflowing spongebob. When like Mrs Puff is like scraping off the star? And it's like what I'm doing right now. It's just Kinda see God. I can't say that we'll get democratized. It's a Brat Harambee okay. Well you know I'm just GonNa read literally the most recent one G-O-V easy tytler from T- trink teach teach rank three nerds talking about nerd things. What more could you want? Hashtag Gamer. Hell Yeah they could teach dragon and as far as traveling Up Until College. I'd never been overseas except when I was like literally one. I guess my parents went to Paris. Obviously we were one. Yeah I G- I don't count that clearly a one year old Paris or no. It wasn't paired with London. I think they went law. I mean even then but yeah But I haven't traveled overseas until college and Man Clan I at the time we went with her family to Paris and Prague and then I met my dad because he was working overseas and we met up and we together. My Dad and I went to Fudge was the word I went to Venice. But then Venus and no Barscelona Florence I think up Florence Italy okay. I'm pretty sure We went to those two places and then after that I went to Cologne Germany for games com Miserable miserable trip if I had to choose a worst one that adjust. Oh my God. Why was it so bad i? I don't know if I've told on the PODCASTS. But the whole the whole fiasco trying to get their diver toy about all that. I don't remember like maybe like when it was happening. But obviously games commerce for ever ago. It was four I was getting. It was for battlefield. One they're flying me out to get some content. Make some videos bubble blah. They're paying for the trip and everything and I was like cool like that. Sounds like games com overseas flying for free to go over there. Sure why not like. It'd be cool opportunity fruit. Yeah well whatever battlefield. Walmart's at Twenty fifteen sixteen. I don't know and the initial fly out because we have to connect somewhere in Washington and then that flight from Washington yeah would had an international flight. Our flight was delayed for some reason weather mechanically. I don't really know but so we get on that plane and were stuck on the plane to. It's not one of those like oh you will you just in the airport. Sorry guys it's like you get on the plane they're like. Oh sorry on the tarmac. For like three hours Yeah and it was one of those things where they don't have the a seagoing either so it's just like everyone is just hot. It's just terrible is gave games calling in the summer to win. Wasn't I WANNA say August? Yeah Shit So we fly out. I land in you might have been right Dulles or whatever it's called Yes Washington Dulles We land there and at this point the flight I was supposed to go on. Just it's gone. 'cause landed six hours ago. 'cause we landed so wait and International. Flights stopped flying out there at a certain time so we ended like six. Pm nothing else. Out and games come is the next day that morning or something. Yes I'm like that and so then I go to the airport like desk. Whatever where the gate was like at that desk gets the bad one like it's at this point. It was super late at night. I haven't had any food triumphant terrible and then I have nowhere to stay now and there's no flight until eleven. Am The next morning. I'm trying to figure out what I'M GONNA do. Where in trouble? Yeah and I go to the desk to talk to this guy and I don't even remember what was happening by something was happening. We couldn't on the flights the airport was essentially just closing down like most don't but this does and people were just like leaving. I'm trying to talk to one of these last guys there at the desk waiting in line and I'm trying to call because the problem too is none of this is in my name like I don't control any this tannery it's all through. Ea Yeah So. I'm trying to email these travel. People like Hey. I don't like this. I need this information. They're requesting this. What do I do about? I need to change like. And when it's international everything it's twenty times more complicated on the phone with some different agency trying to e mail these people which the person the person I was supposed to talk to. You was asleep so then. I'm talking to someone new. Who's trying to take over for this person? I get to the desk. Try to talk to him for some reason. Never Talk to this guy before you refuses to help them. Says I can't help you sir. Yeah like I get up there and I'm like hey I'm trying to figure out. He's like sorry I can't help you. Might what and I'm sitting there like what I like. I need any. He's not as you like. Yeah I'm sorry because I guess he was getting off ten minutes so he just didn't want to help me and so I need like I need to figure out like my ticket or like where am I staying. Any of this stuff just like sorry. I can't help you sir. Nope and so he eventually leaves gets replaced by this woman. And so then I go up again and I'm like hey like sky wouldn't help me or something. I don't know what to do. And she's like sorry I know while she's like I don't deal with any international stuff. You're going to have to go to this other desk. Which only one left. She's like you'll have to go talk to them. Gosh I started to go to this task and I'm not kidding you as I approached the desk I hear the Guy Radio in the girl to not help me and I couldn't believe yeah I couldn't believe it and is after just a miserable day. It's like midnight now. I was waiting in line for hours. Nothing's I have noticed it. Yeah and I'm like what is this? I have not done anything to this man. I'm like I've never had someone just so never had interacted with him like before. Nothing no I still to this day. Don't know out that fucking idiot. I'd yeah I don't know what it was so I show up and the girls like saying something like sorry about him or something like Oh let me try and get you straight so. She finally helps me. I get to a hotel like two in the morning near the airport. Go to sleep wake up international flight And then it's like you know like eight hours or whatever Eight hour flight and the thing is because of the plane here Just normal economy. Okay and so then. The problem too is because of this delay and the time. Change Island at seven. Am ON THE DAY Games? Con Starts Games on opens at eight. You had to read I. Yeah so I couldn't sleep and now it's seven. Am and Germany as I land. I don't have any travel figured out. They couldn't figure that out in time not to mention everything's in German. I have to take the train myself and I have to get two games. Come which opens at eight am I recording was at nine and I'm like I'm casing everything like I'm just like everything with me. I'm like I'm ready to break down. I'm trying to call my dad because he frequents Germany. That's part of his business so he understands some German like dad. What words am I looking for like? I don't I don't know anything. And so he's like telling me like look for this word and then fall of that and then you blow out. You'll get to the train so then I finally find the train station but then I guess I meant like the wrong platform. It was confusing. I have to go find the right platform platform Affected no one's helping me so train shows up. And so what do I get on or whatever I call my dad? And he's just like it on shit down you'll be fine whatever. I had to buy ticket as well. Yeah so I get on. I sit down. And then they start to move and then the guy comes like L. Yes some guy comes down and starts check tickets you know and so. Apparently I'm in the wrong car. You're assigned certain cars and seats. But I don't read anything. Yeah I can't read anything. So he comes to check my ticket any like scandals and Oh my God and so. He's like speak in German movie. He's speaking in German. I'm like no spreaker de the Deutsche. And he goes any light tries to talk slower and not NAS bracketed Deutsche. That's the only thing I know which is like I don't speak German or Dutch like it's very rough and he just goes steuben American and then you just like yeah and then he just walks off so I'm like all right. I guess I'm here. And then I can't sleep on the train 'cause now I can't figure out where my exit is so said like some co Blah Blah thing and. I don't understand it so every time we stop asking me is this so and so no no. No no is this so and shown so. We finally get that I get out. I have all my bags with me. I have to walk. How long have you been up for this point now? I probably went thirty hours south that I don't even know and then I have to walk from the station to the Convention Center. Then once they get to the commissioner active figure how to get inside because the just the campus games con is on is. It's insane it's like a couple of airport hangars. Yeah it's massive and so like I'm at the wrong check-in nobody speaking English. I don't know what to do. I don't know how to get inside. What are you missing was like eight fifty like it was about to start and and mind you. I'm still rolling my bag. I have my backpack except problem. Was it wasn't a rolling bag so as carry my bag. I finally get in I somehow. I finally find battlefield. It's like in the back of this random place. Drop my stuff there and I made it in like no one cares. And he's like Oh cool. You're at station Bob. I Miss Breakfast. The whole debrief everything. I've yeah so I have to immediately go to my station. Drop all my stuff there. And then it's seven hours of straight capture. No breaks no food. No anything and I gotTa tell you that if you want. Ain't that font for seven hours yet. Jet Lagged no food content to like like or. Was it just game just game play capture. Okay so no let commentary. Yeah no and I was. I was out of it man but I was trying and mind you to AMAC games calm and it's all content creators so the game lobby already is just sweats. Sobat was terrible but the one good thing that came out of it was seen as. They're I gotTA talk to him. Oh very cool. Yeah and Because I reintroduce myself no but I did reintroduce myself as a hey. You probably remember like I met you backpack south like my channel then. Whatever he's like well. You seem to be doing well. If you're here you know so. We talked a little bit and that was really the only good thing. Yeah and then e Asia's like Oh yeah cool. Here's your capture. You guys are good to go Things coming up and I'm I'm what you gotta be kidding me. So then the problem too is I've nowhere to stay hotel so but the problem was I couldn't check into my hotel until certain time because I do read book me so I actually found the Bungee booth there because they were showing off whatever expansion there whatever fall expand was coming up. I don't remember might have been rising iron or something and so was there and I was just like a thank God someone I know. And he's like yo well he was like who's your handler. Like where is everybody? As D- I had no idea what I'm doing here. Nothing and so he's like all right. Well you can like chill here for as long as you want. We got like food refreshments as you are. Wiggly my savior. You're my angel and so I stayed there until closing but then I'm like I don't even know how to get to my hotel so then I have to try and get my own taxi. Which is a nightmare. Just thinking about it gives me anxiety. I get a taxi at this time. Nyc Not in while the problem was uber was but it was at the point where it wasn't in League. European countries Okay so I have to flag down attack. She go in there and then just he's speaking German and I'm just I just have the hotel name and I'm just like Something Hotel and he keeps saying something hotel and he just like stupid Atlantic and I can't believe I actually said to me but eventually we just get to the hotel. I drop everything my room. I just go to sleep at like at that. Point is like eight. Pm I wake up in the morning. My flights like six. Am I go to the airport? I fly back another eight hours. Whatever worst worst time 'cause originally supposed to ride like a day early it's GonNa have time old data like explore the con- explore the city. If I wanted to there was like dinners breakfast. I Miss Everything. I get the worst. That sounds terrible. Yes I all this but I completely forgot about the ads terrible. You know one of the worst days of my life and then on top of that. I tried to call Claire when I was like at the airport. And everything everything's going horribly. She's like I can't talk. I might I need to talk to. She's like my best friend. Her best friend had just broken up with a boyfriend. I need to be there. So she's like I'm here for this personal Mike now all alone. It was a miserable miserable. Miserable trip should've wall blew. Where's your favorite place overseas? I haven't traveled overseas bots. All well there you go up. The Patriarch Questions So where can people find you on the Internet blue? You find me a blue. Us Live everywhere. I find me at twitter dot TV slash Raby and rivalry on instagram twitter. Go AHEAD CHRISTIAN MR. Fruit on places like that was hilarious. You will not find me in Cologne Germany Bo. I've watched so many animated series about Christian in stripped Germany. I can't even properly put just had everything that guy hates you for no reason you're lost in the world. Someone calls you stupid American. And that's a beautiful story. I get so much anxiety thinking about it now. I have to pretend like I walk off because I do this in the soon.

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Geoff Thompson | You can rewrite your reality.

The Emma Guns Show

2:51:23 hr | 8 months ago

Geoff Thompson | You can rewrite your reality.

"Hello hi unwelcome. I am your host emigrant. Wardner and my nearly twenty-eight career as beauty and health writer. I have interviewed a lot of people. Supermodels entrepreneurs authors celebrities doctors and many of these conversations had a real impact on me and I'd come away feeling inspired excited informs and really empowered and at the back of my mind always think. I wish I could just publish the tape. So people could really feel that conversation. While on this podcast you get to feel the conversation. I talked with experts. Guest few friends who I went inspire inform and empower you and maybe it was a challenge. You whether you're looking for self help self improvement beauty advice health insights business know-how just good old-fashioned life advising a bit of a layoff. It's all hey welcome to the show. Thank you so much for joining me on this episode of the podcast where I am delighted to say that I'm joined by author BAFTA winning screenwriter and martial arts expert Jeff Thompson where on earth do I begin with this episode. Well if you remember the beginning of the year the beginning of twenty twenty. I told you my most excellent listeners that I was committed to challenging myself on the show in two thousand twenty and that meant featuring topics and guests that I guess. I'm trying to boil it down into what I'm trying to say. I wanted to try and tackle people and conversations that weren't in my comfort zone and might be a little unexpected when you saw them pop up in this podcast feed and you know what happens when you do something like this and you start trying to sort of reach out from your comfort zone into your discomfort zone as it were. Is You get a lot of knows and you get a lot of blowback and it doesn't necessarily go your way that's part of the process also met with a lot of silence but not with Jeff with Jeff it all into place and I really was expecting a no so the fact he was so open to talking to me was incredible. He is as I said a writer filmmaker and a self defense instructor who up until the age of thirty worked on the factory floor was a bouncer in one of the. Uk's roughest cities. And I wanted to speak to jeff several reasons I kept hearing his name. People who I really respected kept mentioning him then. I was reading a book. John mcevoy athletes autobiography. And he referenced. Jeff so I very much believe that if you hear see or feel something crosses your path more than three times or three times or more you should explore it so I reached out and within a within a day jeff and I were chatting on email for me. Here's the ultimate example of someone who has been the architect of his own life. Circumstances may have shaped him as a shape is all but once. He realized he could override those circumstances. He made significant changes and by significant changes. I mean he went from working in a factory to being after winning screenwriter and I just want to boil it down to the rugs to riches factory foam stalls narrative this so much more to this story trust and believe but in realizing that he could shape his own reality. He committed to sharing everything he learned along the way so that others could do the same and I happen to think that the very act of admitting this is how my life is now. I'm not happy and I want to change it. I think that is huge. Knowing what you want your life to look like and making it happen. That's epic sharing that journey with others. So they can rewrite their story. Well Dare I say. I think that's magical. Which is why. I'm so glad I'm able to share this conversation with you. And when I was researching. Jeff the word alchemist kept coming up. And it's so so apt you contend darkness into light you combat into good and this is something that comes up time and time again and honestly it's one of the most empowering empowering messages. I think I've heard and I'm not going to lie to you as Jeff shared his story with me. I realized I was way out of my depth. He is unlike anyone. I have ever spoken to the work. He has done. The book is read his level of understanding about himself in the world. Made me realize I had to up my game so going back to what I said at the top of this intro I set about seeking out conversations and guests this year specifically that would challenge me and well. I really got what I wanted in this episode and I'm not proud to say it. I got a bit lost. I realized that I was learning so I shut up and let Jeff do the talking and I found it to be a really powerful incredibly moving experience and in this conversation Jeff Shares. A story with me. He took a long hard look at his life and slowly but surely made the changes he needed. In order to authentic life he talks about educating himself. And we're talking extensive reading here. He says the power of forgiveness and how to do it facing a minimizing your fears. And how to know when you're on the right path and they're so much more that we talk about but I get the conversations along one and the intro will be even longer if I actually go through everything that we talked about but I did want to say one thing before we get into the actual conversation about my experience on the day getting the time with Jeff and setting up. This conversation was actually very easy so much so that I freaked out until I'm not ready. I need a bit more time but I was not in an as is probably could understand. I was not integrate head space around the time that we were organizing this and I became riddled with fair about it. I was scared of the train journey to go and see him. I wouldn't be able to get a cab to the venue that my kit wouldn't work anything. I was stupid so in the run-up to this I placed a lot of invisible imagined barriers between me and this actually happening and when we stopped recording we tacit about this and Jeff. Because I felt very safe with him. Trust me and adjusted something to me that I remind myself every day. Now which is where there was resistance. There is reward so even though those barriers weren't real they were presenting resistance and I had to in my mind crush through them and it was so worth it. This conversation with Jeff was so worth it and I really really hope you enjoy it too. So He is Jeff Thomson on the emigrant show. Jeff Thompson is quite. Frankly an honor to have you on the show. So thank you for joining me you are. We are stories incredible and I have already told you about the first time that I found out about you. You many many years ago and it and it wasn't. I didn't know your name. I just knew about this man who had written a book in his lunch hour at a factory in the toilet on your report is is true so show a book that has gone onto turned into a film film stage. Play short film the first short film. We did right Winston. We had the ten minute film with not enough money to favor. Winstons lunch managed to get Ray Winston Paddy considine to do this film because truth in it truth a new book out something of Truth. About what was written on a toilet. Yeah Amazing Amazing isn't it? It is amazing I have heard about. That was the first time I heard about you and then various the world's been knocking at my door going. Jeff Thomson Deaf thumbs while my brothers took my friend. Jonas talked about you and then I read about you in a book and I thought well I'm going to reach out and as I took that Q for find out more about Jeff Thomason. Your story is the most inspirational an admirable story. I think I've ever come across much current. Thank you true response. And it's so transformative and it's almost difficult to know where to begin but for me. It's the fact that you at a point in time said my life is a story and I'm not writing that story letting circumstances and other people write the pages. Screw that I'm GonNa Writer. Yeah very true and yeah and I guess we go back to your incredible genesis story. You were ten years on the door and carpentry for people who aren't listening as Coventry in sleepy town with little to no travel. When I was doing the door it was pulled as the most violent city in Europe. It's ours in population was just a very charismatic city. The people are very colorful very individual but it was a very violent time. Even the hot dog stands had bouncers because it was so violent it was a two year con of the two year kicked to generational cake. Where in the early part of the last century people come in from all over the world to work in Coventry was the an injury and industrial hope for cars and all the rest of eight so is massive. Amount of work to people came from Jamaica from India from all over Britain from Glasgow from all over the world to work in Coventry within two generations. The car industry at Dr it. It was gone so certain. You've got this great coach mix of people in a city with no work. The displays somewhere and despite in the eighties in massive violence. I mean for my friends were murdered. During the time I was working. It was an exaggeration to violin. So a guy that word that Dole will get four times the wage of a normal person? Because you just by the by the fact that you dickey we're taking on all comers at least talk to be as offers the toffees man in the city or at least prepared to stand in front of him and say you can't come in the clock so to say that it was violent would be disingenuous amazed because it's of hugely colorful charismatic city with his own poetry which. I love my writing. Is the rhythm of my writing this coventry as a universal flow but it sure has oh coventry rhythm which. I love and I listened to pick hope but it was easy violent city so the environment sculpted me. I wanted to find out who are was and I wanted to find our martial artist who was frightened of a spider in the bath. I wanted to find out what worked and the that environment was an environment that you walked into and it demanded truth. Nothing less that the The tolerances was so tied that one mistake you could. You could lose your your life absolutely so violent so you went into that environment and it was like an acid bath literally took away any jot anything. That wasn't really anything. I was authentic. It went away so it was. It was kind of metaphysical because it was like performing apathetic theology this theology of negation where you get. What if anything is in God in order to find what is God or get rid of anything? That isn't you to get to find out who you are. I'll get read anything. That isn't authentic to find out. Ernie was authentic. So you end up this roar gristle of pragmatism. What what you've found. There were so pragmatic and so beautiful. And so Roy. That's why characters were sculpted that because it was so real the environment the environment gave you that went in and said this is. What's real and either you you adopt to that or You end up very badly injured or killed or Assad conscious coach. What witnessed a lot more friends through all of those nearly been them? Salva few times so the environment itself was. What gave you the truth and I recognize why I kept thinking. Why on all of these? What these gods out there in the marsh white maize boy and they see in this and of course because he didn't want to go into that environment because environmental away everything that wasn't real including all the things you sold as business for your martial arts all the things you thought were year all of the all of the things all of the furniture around your largest dissipating you ended up with Justice Spartan Jen way of living so it was a beautiful delicious Very violent initiation by loved it but I guess if we go back to step so went on there because I had depression often. We don't find one in Lafontaine across across his very dark depression. And this depression just used to come into my life and white me out go. My Name's depression. See against seven a will be back now. I found you wants. I'll find you again and again ad infinitum and it used to just destroy me. This depression use to destroy the now. This one point this one point in in in this light is depression where he taught me so low that I just don't know from somewhere found. Anger Found Ray. Just not having this anymore. I'm not having it. I've got a wife. I've got children. I'm not gonNA give more life up to this chemical factory in my body. I'm not going to do that so I decided in this moment of clarity in this moment of crisis to write down everything I was afraid of. Put It on a Fair Pyramid. The least fear on the bottom step the worst fear on the top step and systematically started to confront all the things. I was afraid of. When did you fear paramount where it was this during the bouncing years? Now this is before the bouncing was one of the steps on my pyramid. I realized that my ultimate step at the time was a fair violent confrontation so became a doorman to become desensitized to that. Thought I'll just have one or two knocks on the door. Take off molest on all get beyond this. This field in the field. I'm a have all the time so the fair pyramid really was my first lesson in apathetic theology this idea of finding purity through negation of everything. That wasn't real everything that wasn't me. Everything wasn't pure so I started to confirm the things I was afraid of and realized of course as are confronted on. That didn't really exist. That was just Danny existence perceptions in May the perceptions triggered a chemical cocktail unrealized to cut a long story short. I wasn't really afraid of anything other than my own body. Chemistry my body chemistry. My own internal dialogue was kicking Sunday. Mass is so I started to do exercises to to become desensitized to feelings. Started to find exercises that would allow me to switch the feelings off for less than the feelings in Darfur Darfur matic breathing to trigger the power sympathetic the para sympathetic hormone the power sympathetic nervous system. So I started to really encourage me to study and to educate myself and it taught me towards books. Taught me towards teachers. It it made me expand my boundaries so it was no longer this working class kid with any particularly no real education and know frightened of everything frightened of words frightened of chain more than anything frightened of my my wife writing. I'm not aware that I was frightened to them. So I went from this. This this kind of that was unlettered to somebody that was just suddenly reading voraciously but not just reading but taking the lessons and putting them out into the world and finding what works and what doesn't were not what the door was such a great reference point because you went on there and it was an honest arbitrator. I told you what work it showed you. It was like a third person it was like your soul was teaching us and our environment. Well done. You've got here. You broke through a boundary. You'll no longer a normal kid. You are a man that is risking his life to acquire knowledge. Now that mean wisdom on that mean understand in different. I mean knowledge. Wisdom is like the the initial intuition and an understanding is when you cogitate and move around him and try to understand their knowledge is going to have experienced it and you know it. Excuse me and that's what that's what the door taught me so it wasn't just about stunning the door and finding out what worked in a real fight. It was about educating myself. It was about learning to articulate what I'd learned in order to pass onto others. I'll tell you what are now. I'm talking but I'll tell you what what triggered it and this is the secret. When I was depressed. I was very depressed. Unafraid and alone needs to wake up at four in the morning in a cold sweat thinking it's another long day you know. I remember thinking I'm going to try and find some books trying to understand what's going on on helping us out and all of the box went to even the ones that say we have. The answers didn't give the answers on our so upset and so disappointed. They said this is a book. That's going to tell you about fear and it was just another boat that was saying I don't feel fear of mastered fear. No one was given me and the answer is no remember. Sayin' when I find the truth I'm going to tell everybody I'm gonNA tell everybody and that was. That was the genesis of everything. God did which was not really thinking about myself thinking about all the other kids that must be waking up four in the morning and the colts who afraid to live. You know like Masire. When he's climbing Nanga Parbat to too afraid to go up too afraid to go down to afraid to stay where he is afraid at that point to to be allowing you know sour fouled. I was afraid to be alive on the thought. I want to write a book and I'm GonNa tell everybody the truth and that's been doing ever since I've been trying to find what the truth is and then telling people what is and putting it into books and So there's been a whole process of taking myself into exacting environments to to acquire truth And the test yourself. There's lot to. There's a lot to unpack there and I think the thing that really struck me personally because of my experience which the listeners will know about with depression is that for a long time. I wallowed in it and for a long time it was probably my identity and it informed my interactions and everything and the only point at which I was able to make a difference was when I accepted will do something about it and it sounds really obvious of course cousy now but if someone is depressed or down the worst thing you can say oh just get over at police out of it. It's not as easy as that. But that kind of you have to take ownership point you've got to own it and you ask yourself. Is this a harbinger of doom? Or is this a messenger of Hope Watson? Asking me to look at. What does he was telling me? Because that energy is trying to stop you from living is actually is actually the prime energy to convert into liked or allegorical to turn into knowledge that you can convert that if you've got the courage to turn into it. Lean into the sharp edges as the site. The energy is the actual energy. You need to convert into a wider consciousness. So it's it's a vital part of the creative mix. People are afraid afraid of it so I drown in our call. Oh they're wallow in it which is a way of the car toda calls pain body feeding itself pain feed enough pain sorrow feeding off sorrow drama feeding off drama so we have to start looking at in going. We always look at things the harbinger of doom. So we get tablets. We get anything. We can't take away south away from the feelings but the feelings of the messengers the feelings the feelings of the message of hope. Which is you know there was a broader world. There is a wider density. That you're not seeing it's all around your it's everywhere and in order to get you have to go through this media about of chemical you know chemicals in your body and they they are what you convert. They will give you the fuel to breakout. So they're necessary to the keys always to lean in an ice to dedham stepping common. Tweet over my body. You know like like an arm lock. Nami with with banners. You know and Waco comment have a sit down. Do you WanNa Petit. Let me take care of you. Do you WanNa meet my wife. Stay stay as long as you want. Because the fact of course is going to stay. I'm GONNA stay forever if a one off combat again this as this semi-autonomous energy has a voice. But when you start to recognize which I did that has no existence if you don't engage you because he is a feeling voice rises and It's ordained wants wants you to consume in order to expand but it will it will rise in order to claim or climbed heavy claim. Jonathan you are in your incarcerated into a place of depression. Not Martin Astro diary last. I mean some people are in limbo suffering for a whole lifetime is on there so the idea is when it comes up and it rises up you see it. You Observe Him. And you don't engage you and that's the practice you don't engage in you. Just look at it and go I. I'm going to convert this so let's just inviting in. I'm saying this and it may make an IT sound easy. It's tremendously difficult. Because he wears lots of hats on different voices. It uses rhetoric clever. And it will sneak into your consciousness in any way come but is there to help us to guard decide decide to issue all living in a world that is too small or as one of my message just said to me. Jeff are you you and your small courage. He when you're smoke courage which I loved. This message came to me as a huge war tiger new meditation and brushed up against me and I fell chairman and I went to stroke. Father's Tony says the F. You in your small courage and was your saint me. Think bigger don't just do things are difficult easy. Do Things are difficult difficult difficult difficult easiest things that we do and everyone goes ass difficult but for is easy because we've done a million times but difficult difficult. There's no map and and if there is a maverick changes every day. So He's encourages same. There is a bigger a bigger density beyond this world and to get that. You're going to need fuel you're going to need. Consciousness is convert. This feeling is. He comes up to their conversion for conversion and Eastern Europe practice. They call it feeding the bear when these feeding rises up. If you don't engage and you're able to observe IT WITH THAT ENGAGEMENT. Barry's feeding you so this. This negativity is converted into logged. If you engage you and you fall into fair in your fall into Tehran you take all of the things you can't try and hide from it. Then the the Barish feed enough you so we ask yourself on my feet in the air or is the bare feet in me. There's lots of allegories but that all comes to the same thing. Which is this feeling rises. You'll reality exists at the level of engagement. If you engage that show reality your reality is yeah. The world is small yet. Politicians are corrupt Revilement terrorists there and yet all the greedy bankers and it's all their fault and waiting for on waiting for assistance. Wasn't anybody help. Maye makes his impotent. But when you start going yeah well. Is it greedy politicians there but I feel him in me as well. I feel I feel I may have. I feel greedy me and there is violent. Terrorists are loud enough about violence to know that potential may and the rocker politicians. But I know I know from my own history biodun loss of Corrup- things and I think corrupt thoughts. I can't hide from that. So it's a quiet conceit project TAP and go. The world is terrible go well how could not change that? If I can identify that can convert it. How can make room for God or room for consciousness or room for knowledge everyone call it so all of these things that come apart darkness or really just places that we need to reclaim within ourselves? So it's not a harbinger of doom. As a MESSENGER OF HOPE WE CHANGE. Our perspective takes tremendous courage to turn into this and not turn away once you've once you have one victory over it but becomes reference point and you can go there again again. You go now out to do this or understand is the ritual. I also understand that it is ordained it isn't a monster and it's not my enemy about just a perception you know. That's locker primitive mountain shaking his fist at the moon. You know in think recorded not fire we. We've got to expand ourselves and the moment you turn into that and you start saying I wanNA learn a wonderful understand when you start looking at all the things that the people don't WanNa look at then assistance. Comes you meet the right person. The right book lands on your doorstep. You hit the right conversation and of course God is annisten. Tom Nip attendees omnipresent. So he he could as easily come through the pontiff in Rome as he could come through the stars in the Sunday newspaper remains. There's no place he won't talk to you. The energy will talk to you from everywhere and it wants you to expand. It's encouraging you to go beyond this. The buddies called the writer Earth. Where all the Buddhists come to perfect the way it's encouraging you to to transcend Schramm go to other dense. His where the refining of the soul can continue so the potential for growth is infinite. But it's gotTa start with you know how we get up in the morning. I was no good sounding. WanNa change the world when we can't change all socks once a day. It's no good San. I want to take on the al Qaeda when we can't even settled an argument in our own house in our own body. You know it's no good you know wanting to do all of these grand. Things like ace ops fable. Turtle wants to fly. But he still can't walk on the Earth you know. So we go K. Eight people close off looking in the mirror. Okay let's have a look whereas whereas whereas look at my body as a world and it's an economy. Where can I immediately start to work on making this raw and essential getting rid of anything? That isn't necessarily their my overeating. I'm over drinking. You know my taking it. A lot of negative energy amoy watching too many sides. Where can improve? Marcel reckoner refine myself. I don't need to worry about what's going on out. There just need to concentrate on me so we start with the obvious stuff. Get the pilot Roy. The food right and the palate isn't just about what we eat and drink is about what we eat and drink with ours. What we eat and drink with years one of the things. You've probably innately seems to me anyways you've started to get very healthy. Palette of influences that you do on your podcast because you know your soul needs back on the food and then you put out to other people. And that's why you get back to what you've got so many listeners. Because what you're giving them is essence is pure. It's not negatively saying you can change. You can improve but we got to start with ourselves. And we can't ignore the obvious things you know when people are overeating or they're overweight or they or their body becomes unhealthy. It's not what they're eating that's their concern or what. They're watching what they're feeding. It's what's in on. That rises up and goes. Yeah that's an extra put him. Yeah that Shaba another drink and rationalize it can only happen if you don't know yourself so the the whole idea is is tonight yourself because you see all these books? Don't unit go do this. Do that go here go there. This is the lesson. This is the plan. This is the seven steps. But who were they talking to this trend of me in here? The guard that is inspired isn't the guy that's on Monday morning at five o'clock and start they meditation or start the Nazi Different Guy. It doesn't even know we've agreed to it to the maybe twenty or thirty or forty. Oh God yes I believe there was hundreds of different personalities within each person so we got to identify which one is which is authentic which is which is the true south. Once we've got that he's the one that takes instruction he's the one acts on the instruction he's the one that takes sovereignty over the body subjugates. The you know the lower parts the what they call the animal soul gets control of the pallet gets control the gets control of the need to gossip or the need to judge or the need to be envious or the need to accumulate. Get rid of all that stuff and just refine it so that when you sat in a room you throb with light remain you. People lied as well there. Is You have an understanding that people will feel. They will radiate. And if you can get not to a rural level just being in the room with. Somebody will helium for them. It will be inspirational. Fulham he'll be ASPIRATIONAL FOR THEM. And or go out and all do its work. They are almost like just the act of speaking. You'll releasing energy in two days. They believe you're actually releasing beings but let's just say you releasing energy that goes out and works his Co. Not In his work in this podcast is going to go out and it's going to go and that's me and it's not just trying to inspire them is saying to them. There's a place to start. Take your clothes off. Look in the mirror. Where can I start at my house? My Pal asthma food. What I`Ma feed no one eighty mama faded. What am I thinking about? What my taken in every single night on the news before breakfast. We've listened to twenty terrible stories. And but so subjective isn't it so while she's being looted before we even start taking other wings before we even start so a sense that we start to when we start to understand who we are? We start to search for here we are. Teachers will come into our lives to guide us and what they say. Disol- will teach. It will come and you'll start getting lessons. People will turn up in books and they will stop to Present themselves out of time and space and torture and give you instruction in and give direction but you still gotta do it circe to read the book but we can't exist on now. You know we still do so that your I think in Mexico. Hecker word is sound and sound is magic. It's the magic sound in Japanese Arcadia. The corner coach Dom Jackou. Which is the use of magic sound in Judaism they say the whole world and all the realities of the density is created by sound or the letter of the alphabet changed into different Different words with different intentions and delivered with different intonations are what create your world. We know that because we've used some to get it into depression. We've used to get his odd depression. We've used sound to you. Know to to start a podcast We've used some to create seven million listeners. Or to you know to put books out in twenty one languages view sound to to to raise two million pound to to make a film so we start to recognize. The authentic south understands these things it wants to master sound wants to take sand and do something with it. Wants to sound out there. Like an army of servants. Talk to kids we. We will never meet in our lifetime but who awakened four in the morning in the cold. Sweat thinking there's no way out there is there is and your inner voice will tell you there isn't and there's no point in looking and the world is against her but that's not true of course you believe is true and then is so. Is the secret not listening to yourself but it was listening to. The secret is to start to identify who you are. Was that what you were able to. Divide Affair Pyramid. Did each person climbing the pyramid and the person go in. This is what I'm afraid was was what you would call the silent observer to witness the one that was saying. I'm going to do something about this and observing when the fair rose up I observed it but didn't engage. That was who I was so I started to strip away over a period of over a long period of time. I started to strip away although the parts that weren't me. I'm not jealous. Envious of not charge. I'm not violent. You know I'm not greedy. Not May elements of that. I had elements of all of those. I'm not corrodes up elements those in me which I was feeding every day because it never questioned when I started to question when I started to ask them to qualify themselves as a result I recognized. They weren't who was and every time. I dismissed and subjugate is one of the elements. That wasn't me. The part that was me expanded grew because he actually consume that part that parties occupying somewhere in my body's occupying part of our consciousness so I just gradually bit by bit started to reclaim the lost parts of myself until till I became more immoral fantastic more and more coined more charitable more and more selfless and. If something rise up to me was selfish or unkind I would catch it very quickly and either expose it to somebody. Apologizes shouldn't have said that. His wife same apologize or fell out of alignment and the active noticing. It brings into light and says not suffer. All that's not who I am and then you go from now on. I won't engage that from now on. That won't be I won't I won't feed that when it rises up locked the lion of law. I won't engage you. You made a conscious decision and obviously you. You were on watch you on patrol any thought behavior listeners. And I've been in this situation where I've been. I've been allowed to get away with bad behavior because I had a good job title law because of whatever else it might have been honest. Yeah I mean obviously I won't patrol to. Yeah but I'm mindful that I think probably a lot of people might feel that deep down they might say out loud but deep down we might think nob- spoke badly to that person away with it. So is it about the ultimate sort of the bottom line coming down to you. Take it about taking ownership and not being on autopilot and just sort of going and driving. Don't take Yes for an answer but understand understand the world you're in understanding laws. There is chief law which is the law of causation. That's definite no doubt about that. I have vast experience. I'M CERTAIN ABOUT CAUSATION. About cause-effect about reciprocity. Once you get back you automatically realize it's ignorant to be unkind to anybody because to be uncommon to you have to improve after process not through me after process all of those negative chemicals through me before I can deliver them to you and then I'll have to. I have to deal with the camera of the the the reciprocal effect so what we do. Automatically registered in us even asking more speaker testimony against as he says in the Koran it registers in us we bring it through as in energy and caustic. It isn't just like I'm not just talking allegorically I'm talking physiologically. The moment you start to produce any kind of hate chemicals or judgment chemicals you know I have a massive kostic effect on the internal smooth muscles are the heart the lungs the intestines the brain cells cortisol particularly when you have any kind of negative feelings and it triggers the The flight response. You know the sympathetic nervous system. It closes the immune system down so you when we are unkind to people. We are automatically literally physiologically physically. Psychologically spiritually sociologically unkind to ourselves. It makes no sense but before before you can do that. You have knowledge. That's the law. And that's show I know is because I've not just the I've studied in and not that not that I've just. I've scoured all of the Bible's the all concur. But the I've lived in. I've watched myself do things that I think can get away with and realize just naive fully can't get away with anything because the moment you do is registered in. You You all your own ledger and that some point if you wanna work with any kind of repentance which was what my life has been about and repentance just means to return it means to return to the center then at some point you can have to dig up all the dead bodies you become Latin. They're you you're gonNA retrace your steps back to the Santa. You can have to pass order those comic things. They're all there so calmer. Israel is the only thing that Israel is the lore of this this round that we're India thrown once we understand what people are been And see Dr to. They would say you can't even begin until you acknowledging understand. Reciprocity Commerce Commerce word that puts people off but reciprocity scientific reciprocity. The body works on scientific. Reciprocity all of this whole body is is is a capitalist state is all about cause and effect. I do returns what I say. We turned what I think returned. I can think negative thoughts on our can have and taught myself into anger. Hate control myself into illness or control myself into illness to the point where I see and on an x ray or I'll say let samples are so powerful so we gotta understand. Reciprocity works from the From the very small to very large works with everything once we understand that we get excited about it we go. Oh I see so. This is how it works when I do something negative I gain a discredit and that automatically comes back and I have to pay for that but if I do a service and charity I open the gates to heaven. Essence comes down and the more charity Arken perform. What you're doing now is a charity on now. Everybody gets paid for stuff. But when you're doing something because you WanNa make a difference and you WANNA change people lots of a beautiful church relaxed so the reason. I would imagine you against such great feedback in search of great reciprocal responses. Because you're doing something you know we'll help people and you want to help people because you've been there yourself so once you start understand. Karma you can start to work on but we come back to the same question. Who is it that understands it? Who is it? That's working it? And who is the new that's trying to sabotage you. Because even at the level of tainted people like Sam Francis was still tripping up. You know there was still making mistakes. Even the level of scientists was still saying. Don't be in too much of a hurry to make me into a saint. On still capable of fathering child. He was still capable of losing his temper. He was still capable of making mistakes but he. He brought himself but the center very quickly. Because you recognize them. So we've got to understand reciprocity and if if we don't understand off we don't believe that's the first job we've got to do the rigor I know. I absolutely know me. People will come to move lots of stories where they can say I say calm and just because this has got away with this and not guys got away with not but that's only first level rigor. Yeah it's just I level rigor though the gone the corner he's a millionaire and he lives in Athens deducted. Don't talk to him about Karma he's got away with that but people are looking at something in As it is at this moment in an intermediary state the looking up things in in the areas the reading a Show the reason to paragraph from a thousand page book and determine in the whole book on that one paragraph but the power will qualify south over a thousand pages but if you look closely at the guy in the corner he's six stone overweight. He's very unhealthy. These very unhappy. He's lost all of his friends because they're all afraid of him because he's a big drug dealer his wife's on volume the police a kick in his door down every two weeks. He can't wear the expensive watch that he's got because if people say they want to know where it's coming from the police in particular. He didn't drive. The posh cars got to leave it two blocks away. Because he can't qualify how he's got that has got people threatening to kill him all the time on the surface you go. We've got away with the East. He's literally living on the ninth circle of Hell so it doesn't stand up to rigor and also for a period of time in this particular guy I'm talking about. He's doing to life sentence at the moment for murder so when he went from being very respectful respectable charismatic guy and to be in this a fighter than drug dealer the merger and the way. He's living now really you know. I have complete compassion for him. Because he's a he's a guy that's not terrible state but at the time me and my people are saying to me how you know while about this garden of Kama were but they don't do the rigor people don't do the rigging you got to do. The rigor just just dig a little bit deep. I'm lucky in a way because I I lived violent north. For a long time I witnessed reciprocity in my own life and body in my mind I saw the I saw the the The reciprocal response or return from my own actions over a period of time. I've watched them of watch them. Come back my periods of repent repentance. I've been so painful that been APPs so painful. Been on my knees you know. Been in places of Chara places of extreme pain because this is because I willingly wanted to repent WanNa say repent. I mean I wanted to return to who I really was. Where wanted to repair to the Buddhist? Would call it. Repair Christians will call it. Repent Judaism would KULU return. But it's would call it Refuge so we go back to the center because the fear pyramid was about overcoming fears facing them and on the pyramid was the the work that ended up. Taking you into being a bouncer. So it was. We came from a very positive place. It came from a place of wanting to change for the better. I'm wanting to know yourself but then and correct me if I'm wrong but I read that. After a period of time you realize that being in that violent environment made you dark and made you a bully furniture. Yeah you ended up saying I have to get away from this. I've got lost in the pursuit of finding yourself lost myself again. Nature says the dragon that you don't become the dragon so it's sneaked in the side door. I became arrogant up. Became violent ignorant taught educated myself. Enough are believed didn't understand. Reciprocity I thought I was told of Karma. Thought I was doing good work. I thought was dealing with good but when I started to really question myself and it would happen. Because you you'd be fighting a monster one nine and he's a monster as a proper monster. I've read. I've read the First Watch. Yeah you'd be fighting in one night and you think you have done a good job there and then two days later you walking down the street news team with his wife and kids and that monster. Someone's daddy it was a husband. And you realize you've batted somebody on bad Nari who about now in and And you start to really question what you do and you start to really question whereas monster gone that retain ago so I I recognize. I was losing my way. I was using violence as a problem solving tool I was trying to rationalize it was trying to qualify it but if I got in front of anybody intelligent so how much we were afraid of me. Recognize that that's not what I wanted in my life so when I started to question go into it with quite scary to start standing in front of the truth because it meant letting go of all the armrest built up. Land go all the tools. Art created not all of them because of learnt on the door are learnt to use in the Greater Jihad in the internal. The internal warfare is is is no different. Donald dance or was guarding the door of a club the as a matter physician as a Shaman God in the doorway of the heart you know and I'm on God's initiative against similar negative people but they're on the inside and on the answered her recognize when one on the door that all of these projections from my mind. I created them literally. I mean you know I created on And then are created weapons and tools to defend myself against on mono tight Milwaukee Coventry violent everywhere. I go there's violence and she said to me one day jeff common denominator everywhere. You go when I got there since like I said started to study and started to read. Especially the Bible's went through the normal waterstones front row. And then they led to the philosophers philosophers they let the Bible and the Bible's hung of lot. What you're doing here. You should be going into you look into you. For the Bible's encouraged me to develop in in a life. But you start to you. Start to realize not order the stuff. I've learned or could use an internal way but you have to keep that centre line. All the time to find who the WHO. The violent person was who I was. That was qualifying that just financing and whether it could be qualified in whether it could be justified society seemed to qualify. And just you fly a lot because politicians were sending people to war in the macrocosm doing the same as what I was doing. The microcosm from could gather looking at the politicians and looking at the people running the world they. They weren't really people. I wanted to be like a lot of them. Were full of corruption themselves. Distinct on a need to let go of all these influences and asthma south. How do I want to be part of what happened when I was my second wife and she said to me one day when you lose your temper and when you get violent on the doors? I wasn't violent iron but when you get violent she said you you'd look ugly an jarred me while I was so John on our set but what you mean. She said that. I just don't recognize done. Who you are and it made me really start. I was always so insecure. I was a hatchet guy. Any problem wanted to solve physically so hard to let go of all La to let go of all the armor to strip all the way back. It was what they call. Canosa like self emptying out to get rid of all the time and start looking at who I. Who Am I actually. Who are my really? What's more purpose here? And of course when I was shipped it right away back it was just about cleanness. It was just about love. It was just about charity. Was just about this feeling of expansion. You got when you give someone a pound for a cup of tea because you because you looked at them and thought that's my brother or sister or that's my aunt when you recognize that this was a real person. I want saw consciousness fully expanded for the price of a quarter of pizza. This is starting to grow. Let go the violence suddenness describing a wife and watch this guy trying to phillies belly from a rubbish bin in Leicester Square concrete rubbish. Bin and I was overwhelmed with compassion. I mean literally literally run from the CAFE. Allegro five around from the cafe and I just said to him you Ongeri and he just looked at me like this and just nodded unless it your pizza and it took off me and I just felt edified more than every book ever read. I thought this is all I WANNA do this. I felt everything felt the potential of everything I felt. The connection of everything can not one moment. I felt everything it was so powerful and I recognize that point that it wasn't him wasn't may feed in him. It was him feeding me. It was so powerful literally in in Judaism they would call a charity carrier. And they say that when you have somebody who hasn't got anything they allow you to give charity and draw down from the foreign. They allow you to receive from the divine in order to give to them. Because of course when you receive it it Fills you Disney permeates every southern new body before he delivered you get your your quota was his idea that I've started to have lots of these things happening to me but it all came back to the same thing. That's who I really am. Not sure I always was but in order to stay in that place. I had to get rid of all of the parts of me that I wasn't and that was. That was the part that was sweeping the floor and the factory that was the part that was watching pornography. That was the part that was over eating. That was the part that was slamming doors. If my wife didn't want if he didn't WanNa have occurred with me. You know and to me that was quite the thrust into towards. Everybody felt that that they would. They were encroaching. Mars banks to talk to all of these things that were I thought were just part of being a man and part of my armor to go all of the Arctic. Completely Deseo can get rid of all of the armor until I was just this vulnerable Mister Lhasa about five time just came up went through a point of being so vulnerable. You could blow me over. You know so. Vulnerable ought to build myself back up again. So this sense of stripping away until royal left with is who you really are and who who you really are. All that person wants to do is be kind to everybody every opportunity because first of all because you feel great when secondly because you understand reciprocity you understand this realm you understand the nature of this wrong. It's a living classroom. You know it's a. It's a reciprocal. Thomas Corrective Colored. A collective territory that will give you what you give. I will create it will create and scope the exact reality of your fixed beliefs. This Brown Warren is so powerful. But it's not really real. It's just like it's just like a classroom. You go to in order to once you get. You go allowed to a perfect perfect through kindness. You protect your charity. You pathetic boy. By converting all the passive reclaim nor the party. You on in alignment with that. It's reminding me about a compensation of having my brother Harrisburg. I had about Not Too long ago in December actually between Christmas and New Year. I could feel the fog of depression. Beginning to it was just. It was just knocking at the door. Like in the distance. And the way that it's manifest with may get a little bit Agra phobic and you just mentioned about people encroaching on my space so that can be someone stunning to the coffee shop. All if I go on to write alert and that's not a nice place to be but it's because I'm imagining everything and everyone as a threat and that the world is I have to be on red alert. Because someone's going to try and get at me and my brother said. Oh Jeff Thompsons go to brilliant way of dealing with that and I thought accident can be like me and he said just when you when you look at. Everybody is thinking them as a threat to say. I love you out loud when you sat in the tube on just looking and this is my first epiphany course floating for two years. I was literally nothing. Could touch me and I was just looking avenue and I love you love you. I love you I love you. I Love Them. Felt them are are talking to a kid outside Pity daily one day. A young kid and we'll look tired. Who's she was sleeping rough on the seventeen? Sixteen Seventeen tiebreaking start your kind. She's Dr Called. Give him a close up. Look more gloves on the hand and give us some money as I was talking to I saw my daughter. I've got three doors down literally. Sold them they were more. They were more kids than a realized. Everybody's kids she. Everybody's kids are could this moment more so everybody through thought? How can I go to March stupid meeting when Moore Child is on the street? Arkansas gotomeeting just at this moment where I recognized to this talk about when you charitable to somebody define its instructional. You all given truth when I said this kid from from a place of pure compassion. I'm not trying to be a great blow just for car account. War Pasta filed suit compassion the when I gave him gloves and put them on the hands and she looked at me he had. This instruction calmed down and showed me always connected to everybody and it showed me why. I can't see that all the time as well because I wouldn't be out to move over recognized everybody was connected to me. Everybody was monsoon. I felt it was my daughter. Everybody was my uncle brother or dad. Everybody owns connected to me. I wouldn't be able to exist in the world so we just showed me that for a brief second. So that was more instructional than if I read the Koran read the Christian Bible the Old Testament the new testament the bag of Gita the bag of a tan the Mahabharata all of these big posh posturing books the Arkansas Read Them. Pretty good on on well read are learn more from from given this kid gloves than our learn from all those books. And that's what he's saying you'll be defined more by one active charity. And but it's gotta come from a place of compassion. It's not like take that off. Chris I feel guilty like actually taking time and going you know. How can I go to work when Moore Child is on the street and then you go and you think you know just walked past thirty people in London a lot? How do I deal with our deal with it? I got back into the center on our reclaiming everything. Everything that isn't current everything can make isn't corned. Anything can rely isn't a judge mental. Anything can be that. He's an in alignment with love. I'm going to reclaim. It's going to rise up. I'm going to wrestle with it and I'm gonNA converted and that's the best kind of knowledge. That's the best kind of light so I always edified by this one active. Compassion of just eighty-five ought to be that person more more and it doesn't mean I'm naive about the world doesn't mean I'm naive about the fact that you know that that can be threats out there if I'm not in Los Angeles game but it means that I'm going to be instructed in guarded more through charity anonymous charity. I know of no one told you that story by as a teacher. I have a series of stories that I'm on my way to tell otherwise I can't teach so I use stories to tell the best ones should be anonymous. Nobody should know about it. You should just be what you do. But these tiny little things. He's not the big life experiences. That really expanded me is small anonymous acts of charity. It's so powerful. Say Define. I mean literally you up. This instruction now download into instantly you feed it and it can can. It can affect you for the rest of your life because you certainly saw thinking. That's all I WANNA do. That's all I WANNA do or want to orchestrate my life so that I'm on the thinking saying or doing kind things and that's where I remember enough. Obviously I'm a great teacher because I was hugely violent guy and I did everything wrong. Always around in the time of Moses would probably have been in eleventh commandment name on it. So did everything wrong with. That makes me a good teacher. Millery was a murderer turn. Saint People listen to him because he went from a negative life. He killed thirty five people buddy signed and was so so upset by that he said I want to find enlightenment in one lifetime and he went through this period of meditation and Kenosha in order to find that sample the same seventeen books in the New Testament to written by southport. Saint Paul but he was up. Garlic crucify Christians and the ad this Damascus moment and the presence of Christ Christ energy and suddenly dedicated his life to love. But when you read his books when you read Romans or Corinthians Philippians any of the books he writes in the Bible that the language is our beautiful. It's so rich and rhythmic and so on the money so pragmatic guard. That made it work when he was imprisoned when he was shipwrecked when he was starving he also made it work when he was in in through your terms when he had plenty to eat. So you start getting directed towards these people because you pick one. Active charity expunge their unused to suddenly aware that all of this stuff's here the Arken Goto and learn from just minister this summer. But it it again. No no we gotTA KEEP IT in context. Where do we start? You feel the darkness encroaching. You feel like closing yourself in. Lean into the sharp edges get instruction there is instruction interview. You'll be led towards whatever is right for you you know everybody's individual have everybody's different but your intuition they see in Utah Sabbath looking there. Look at that book or pick up. Podcasts podcasts are so powerful in the moment my kids go to the podcast. All the time always time me about about you. Know The podcast right now to the podcast and the people doing the podcast of the Shamans. You know that these these are the modern epistles. These are the modern letters to the people saying. This is what you can do. This is what possible you think. There's no way out but there is so when these feelings come over here rather than go with y'all perception. Which is I've got a run from this because we know when we ruin it gets bigger and we know when we gets darker and we know when we hired to get stronger so lean into lean into the sharp edges. Don't have a small courage. Go out there and just continue to do and it will continue to challenge but the idea then is a this is a sole gymnasium for the Sajjan. This place when this difficult time comes along and so wait fifteen kit. That's come through the post exercise my soul on there and it's It will our time is probably the most difficult thing anyone will ever do. But we live in proof. It's possible to remain. Well the thing is as you said a couple of minutes ago about going from one extreme to the other murderer Saints and your story perhaps stands out. Because if you do the whole thing on paper and it'll precis bounce off but I'm just you know for the ordinary person for the normal peasant and listeners. I am using air quotes there because ordinary normal but for the person who's boss might be of one. Corinthians the meals on weekends. He's got that high maintenance friend or the partner who's giving them jit like he's living the again at quotes normal life. How how can you begin to put this into practice because obviously your story is a story of an extreme to a certain extent and just the past new commutes every day gets that same train gets that same boss can may apply this because I feel like remember you said You know a lot of people living lives. They don't like in houses that outline in jobs that outline and I know people have gone through. I've I've gone through that too. And how the somebody who's listening to this who isn't as well right as you because you've obviously evolved and absorbed so much information and also put it into practice if somebody's coming to you in that in that state and maybe they feel paralyzed or they just say my life's not gray or I'm angry at this or what is the starting point. Yeah well I'll tell you what we said at the beginning exactly the same person. I was working in a factory doing shifts continental shifts One at the stream of being a Martian fulltime martial artist at the extreme of being a writer more than anything but it just seemed impossible. So is it very ordinary person so you to stop by looking and going what kind of change in my bosses semi mouse. Why my lower? Not if my husband is a one carol. My wife is a bully. Why am I allowing that? Wyman acknowledging that while we're not seeing it as if I'm in the wrong house driving the wrong car with the wrong girl. Y Y my lower. Now you've got yourself for me. The turning point was when I recognize it was me that was doing. This wasn't my wife keeping me in a factory job in wasn't society put me down. It wasn't my schooling by information. Is there in Escott policy? They say the information's there. Everything is yours. We just don't know it is all their everything you need to grow. Is there to start with what you can change? If you don't like the way you bosses treat in the you've got you've got the power to change jobs the power to change partners if you want to do that or if if that's still too much just chance start by changing the things you know you can't change get control of you pilot so an stopped to get control of your food stock to control what you what you drink. Stop to treat this this. Walking Universe with the respect it deserves fill it full of share which people do every time they fill it full of. Shit and window while they're not running running around like a Formula One car you've got to. You've got to refine this vehicle. This is your vehicle and the information you need is Ash. Maybe just stop again. Everyone's going to intuitive in Iran. Way You got to listen to what your intuition is saying whereas the draw whereas drawing yeah I mean like for instance with you when he was depressed. What was the first thing you did? What was where did you go? You know when you said he was depressed. But now you're doing this fantastic podcast. What was the first thing you did to get Sapphire Depression? What was your first step? Probably going Going to the doctor and saying I want therapy testing. So you've you've reached out. That was going to do so. The first thing to do is always scary. 'cause they'll be lots of parts of you. Don't WanNa go there. I don't want to do this. The there'll be lots of fears coach saying. Don't do that because if you do that. You lose control but actually you in a very dark place. She got to stop being brave. And you've got to start to do the small things even if it's just a badge and going for walks start with that Madhu crushing so severe. I was still managed to get to work but I can't tell you how happy and how you know how bad I was all the talk of just discipline myself. Make myself do the things that I didn't WANNA do. So all of these little things you can control start with those stop the things most people think about the Palette and your daily habits walking or swimming or running. They don't think it's going to make a difference makes a profound difference because just going out for a walk in the morning or just going out for ruin or just eating. A healthy is reclaiming parts of you. That I've been taken over by melancholy boy depression by judgment. And if you start stop feeding the parts of you the negative so don't watch the news four five hours a day. Don't watch the soaps three or four hours a day. Don't read you know the usual fare. You know if you read the normal magazines and newspapers you WANNA slash. I'm throat by the end of the day. This is so negative is mostly junk food. And it's always coming from the negative and it's always subjective. There is lots of great news out there. There's lots of very empowering news and I'm a good example of come from left school at sixteen with no qualifications I was working in a factory jobs manual labor till I was thirty two it was only when I did. The fear permit Vowed always always probably early twenties. But manically depressed. It was so frightening but just found this piece of courage and just won't actor Scott One victory over the depression. I WANNA did. That recognized recline something of myself. I've got one victory reclaimed department itself and it was something silly. My first the first level of my fear permit was was afraid of spiders and spider in the corner of the room. I wouldn't sleep at nine so I was the blackout as well. Always laugh about it was crazy and this dissonance because I'm thinking I'm GonNa be a blackout and still be so afraid so that the distance made it made me feel even worse. So that was I. Fear are picked up spider buddy down. Pick this up again. Put it down picked it up again and I can't do that until I was no longer afraid of spiders. So reclaim departure myself. What Room did that if that was taking up space? Yeah what what field. That remnant was left consciousness knowledge. So I'll certainly sitting at a reference point that thing that thing that stopped me from sleeping. I've over comment and see if I can do that with can do that without can do with the dentist afraid to. Dentists went dentist filled in the form. And it says what's Your Job Book Aena and they said how long since you've been to the dentist and I said ages. I'm going to the dentist laughing so your booking area then get many of them around here so about three. Climbed into departments ops weeks Tom. I became a fair or got stronger stronger. More knowledge bit more scale. Some of the fares are approaching the disappeared others arrested with a bit more. Sometimes I would confronted fair and remove it and find that underneath it. There was a deep fear and then go. Okay let's into the feral locker and so I started to stand up to all the things in my life each time you know like weight training each time. I was able to put another disc on the bar and guy bit stronger to venture went from being frightened of a spider in the bath to standing on inaugural door Facing down people with threatening to kill me and then you know the great thing we all wanted to be a writer may not been Reuter. Didn't seem as scary is facing mania condor. A member working with a woman called. Karin Mander. Backer an amazing American film producer television producer. She said to me jeff televisions off very often. I said did molest job. People try to kill me. I says I'm presuming tougher than that. And she said No. Isn't that Tov? But it does feel a lot of so I reference points if you can overcome one thing if it's just a bed when everything is ours you says I don't want to get the star. You've defeated it. Won't you've reclaimed part of yourself? There was an opportunity with depression. And there's an opportunity with fair that's an opportunity with ignorance or dissonance there's an opportunity for us to reclaim the parts. That are depressed. The past are fearful. The parts are disciplined the parts that Iran. Vs Greed Pass Judgment Challenged on these judgments in these perceptions. You know they they place a parameter around our life is not a big parameter you know so we can reclaim those parts. I don't have to sit and wait for a politician to give me permission to live the life I wanna live. I don't have to wait for the government to do that. But enough to wait died after wave and God didn't have to wait for anything. I don't have to wait for university. Grant educate myself. There was so much information there now. And you'd be amazed if you turn towards learning just turn towards the learning will run toward you. This higher part of you want it wants to grow at once you to learn. It wants you to understand. So the moment you turn towards growth and development it will turn toward you. It's a living force is a living entity so the information is there. I remember picking up a leaflet in Edinburgh and I was depressed and it was just like four pages from the bag of Akita. I didn't even know what is just pitches a blue people on the front because Chris is blue and remember thinking. Yeah I'll never gonna read that. Saudi press two hours so in such a turmoil. I'll read this is really interesting. Is talking about self sovereignty? San Forget about what they say. Forget about what they do. Don't try and control them. Just get the sovereignty over yourself. I thought well that's more local dry. There I read this leaflet enough unlocked at the back. You said this is an extra from the bag of a guitar. Which is from the Hindu cannon? So thought I'll get the guitar too big huge book. I thought I'll never gonNA get through that. I'm Never GonNa read sat and read it and it was an amazing book all about man's battle with perception and it's all done through the allegory of Lord. Krishna going into battle to win his kingdom back but it's an undercover call terror the by the battle with perception so I read the unfiled very proud of myself and he said this is one chapter from the Mahabharata up. I thought this was the time by the Mahabharata on the read on holiday and it takes me two weeks full time to read it. My eyes nearly bleeding and they get to the end of the Mahabharata and says you know this is just one chapter of the Sri Ma Bag vitton and I'm going. Oh God no so. I said to my kids look netted. What your Christmas is joining together and get me the Stream Alberton Sri bag over time. Is that what they say? It's the it's the fruit of the vader's you know the whole data Panzhihua so it's fifteen blocks or talk. Some time off work and I read fulltime got through the whole lot and at the end they said. This is a section from the five hundred thousand verses of Vader's and what it was saying to me was the race as much as you want right as much as you want. There is no limit your potential to grow. There's no limit to your ability to learn the moment. I bought the the back of time. Do you know what happened. I was noticed a friend of mine. Who did it through adult? Our our priest our our guru as I said most most most Hindus probably haven't read the gator that loan. The bag of a time to he wants to me he wants to talk to you so I track to. The teacher sat with him. And it was like you read my mind. He told me two things about myself to things that I knew but hadn't done and I are implemented them not die and he gave me contact to a temple in London which has started to go to and they edified me more. They taught me more led me onto the yoga fish to remarks over the books so the pamphlet led to the book led to the time led to the to the to. The study led to a teacher. A teacher put me in to Into a community and Sigmund the community. And you know. I'm learning a lot from that. But of the five hundred thousand verses of the Gita everyone says this is. Your problem is unassailable. You can't fix it. Surrender to me. Turn to me in other words. Combat to the center in our very center in our very core within us there was a center. The Buddhist call devoid Christians called it the kingdom in Judaism. They called it the place of Return Scott. Lots of names but it's just a still point. Which is our authentic self which is where we connect or a very source. The answers to everything there so it was obviously allegorically will be talked about in terms of a person or a God head. Were a personal not lock Christ or Muhammed and you know Criminal Nonaka wherever but he's basically saying returned to your own center which is in you and once you get there there is a divine Satnav that says this is Jeff Thomson. This is where he is. This is where he would like to see. Potential within this incarnation. This is his first instruction and You Sydney got this divine. Satnav that says move forward standstill. Move to move to the Roy. Push yield give you all the even down to the MINUTIAE give you the instruction not seen you in everybody and is individual to everybody so you align to your authentic self in the very center. Everybody adds up potential. And if you're there now listening to this and you feel depressed or fearful you are being called. It isn't a bad thing on. I don't WanNA patronize people. Because I know it can be terrifying. But he's a call in. It's not a harbinger of doom. Unless you want it to be it's just a messenger of hope it saying you are not fulfilling your potential. What is it in your life that you can change? What can you change today? You can change it scared of changes. Have you even said about what if I write a book? An IT successful success would change and that's scary so what I do is say to me. Who is it last kid? Who is the small south? That scared when you sit merely Ron. Yeah it was afraid of this. I'm thinking well who's afraid. The moment not voice comes afraid. He governed who is not not. Stop part of your car. You would call the pain body. It's a shadow. Self is a part of you that fills afraid of everything. And if you listen to that part it will shrink lifetime to a kitchen. My my brother was a Berry. Entrepreneurial Guy and he he allowed his fair to shrink to a kitchen where we sat and drank Sherry Sherry until he died and it was a beautiful man but he's lives shrank because you listen to face. They said what my brother left me when he died. His life shrank to kitchen stove and kitchen. Small kitchen in his. How a block full of empty sherry bottles and Rome bottles and my brother imploded. Because he listened to hear. You didn't die from alcoholism. He was an alcoholic. He died because if denial he did not listen to fear. When my brother Dr it was very traumatic. That's why I asked myself. What my teaching me he saint him. You don't listen to fear. There's only one thing to fear. Master fear of falling out of alignment with your own sauce. So we start to look at things and go well. I already know listen to fair. I'm going to shrink so when it comes up I'm not going to see a messenger of doom. I'm going to see as a harbinger of hope I'm gonNA lean into it. I'M GONNA lean into their sharp edges and I'm GONNA fine books and teaches that will help me to do and I'm going to do the work. I'm not just going to read the book and Go. I feel better for an hour. I'm going to do the work. And even if I just change one little part part in my life to just one part of reclaim that part just one part so what? We've all got that potential. Everybody's got that. Potential Society in general will will make you think that you happen. Not As pretentious to think you've got that that is folly but actually everybody has that potential and there is no no bias because I was in those environments and for a long long time and I can't I can't tell you when I leaned into the shop as he's been broke the barriers and broke through an expanded. The teachers arrived. The books are arrived at my top game. Books were just arrive in the post non initially for you might like to read. This teachers would derive the people. I was mentoring where Martinez they were talking to me. Everybody was a teacher. You know even you know what it says in the in the Old Testament The timber in the woods will throw a question. The concrete on the floor will answer. Even inanimate objects will be to communicate with everything because consciousnesses in everything recognize that the teak in learn is there is all their everything will help you grow. We you start with you. Start with what's right in front of you right now. What can I change? What don't are like what small thing can I change today? And the books that are going to inform your heart out to grow out there. But they won't do anything if you don't do the work. I want to come back to the books that are out there. Because there's something I really want to pick up on but you said something a minute ago about the world gets very small and because I was in December because I was feeling fear coming back edging back into I realized I had made my life very very small again. Only talking to a handful of people not going out and always there being a reason to say no to something so lenient sharp edges from January the first just because it just happened to happen at the December. Don't believe in Monday's and I starting things to start now. But I just I said Yes to everything and I started saying to people. You hadn't seen who in my head I'd written this story of. Oh I haven't seen him in ages. They probably think manab awesome to go for a coffee though. Say No because they don't want to hang out with all of that I don't care I'm just going to ask people out to meet me for coffee. I'm going to say yes to everything. And there were two things a obviously. That makes life richer embroider when you're out but people make life with writer. Yeah very true. That's very true really felt that this is true and there are. There are periods of Hibernation. There are periods of running away and sometimes are important. There are periods of Sabbatical of just four year sabbatical. Because I needed to go through a cleansing and he got off to a refill in on one of this book. I've just written this book now. I've just finished him. Sorry to interpret that because the work that you do in the teaching is draining to a certain point. Yeah I I. I was working at the national on. Apply was workshop flounder. Just this moment of cloudy out. This piffle have them coughed him and it just had get rid of everything now and just do this. Just go for this feeling out an apartment in London which we sold a house in Coventry that my mom lives in that we paid off and the brought up reduced everything to a minimum. So Arkady four years just just to study just to ride to studying unwritten and that that paradox or come off all social media did everything that was taking a knee and all my energy just into the work just now on gradually-expanding Becca again which has been difficult because you know because of being reclusive very loud and bright near very loud very bright. Very scary again But I got great reference points and I use a reference I work on I have a covenant have a Divine Covenant with more highest self with God or wedding on the call it and he guides may go regards me and whether it's carrying out doesn't really make any difference. I'll just tell no I follow. That don't need to know where he is. I don't need to know why I don't need to wear. It was GONNA go. I just need to follow as intuition so at the end I'm not do go periods. I went through periods of doing everything. Saying yes to everything going everywhere being everything for everybody now. I just listened my tuition. Orientation WILL SAY USURP. Sometimes you said people just as well by saying no. If that's what's called for sometimes you have to say yes is always the good stuff is always uncomfortable. It was asked a bit more of you than you've got. That's how you expand and through those food those PRU except in those commandments. Except in these things you need to do you expand again. You grow again every time you do every time you follow a commandment or you follow an intuition. If that's a better word You reclaim a part of your car. Something Bras up to resist it and got to do that. you override that that part gets consumed in the active endeavour consume in the active to. You need to do so you get to the point where you have a covenant with your highest good and you think. I. I know I'm meant to do. I know what it is and I'm GONNA go out and do it. And if anything rises up in me that faithful and then I'll do always do will consume me in the process of doing it not will be part of the ingredients. What about other people's opinions and I say this because I feel like I know where you're going to go but I think for a long time in my life it was other people's opinions really affected my decision making and so any so. I wasn't happy in life because I was making decisions based on what I thought other people thought I should do. That wasn't authentic. Ya becomes the same thing with me all the time who I am when when when you have. When you have an alignment with yourself you automatically connect to your authentic self or your to your intuitive self your energy to Utah. That's the only opinion I care about is not the account. I'm never affected by what people say. Of course I am the IT makes no difference to me. My job isn't to please you or to please my publisher. My job isn't to please my wife more jobs into plays anybody. My job is to please God an amusing. The word God. Because I can't really think of a better word but if you want to call it. You're in a tutor. Your highest good on following that and. I'm getting rid of everything in my life is so I'm just sitting on the one thing on now can do so. I drove all my stuff down through the writing up. Put the writing into the world and then if people asked me to will come and talk about it and try and pass on what are learning so that even if somebody just gets one piece from this and it gives them access and intercession indirect so. They're not good. So when you get this covenant with your highest south or other people think matter anymore. It's not that it's not there because he's very difficult to not care about what he thinks when she's with you twenty four hours a day or what your mother things when you mom doesn't want you to write them out you brothers alcoholism or what your friends think when they don't like your raw honesty about martial arts or you're honesty about people wearing we'll people wear masks and how you can see that you know. They don't want you to be really honest. That people don't want honesty. They don't want truth so you have to. Not You have to disregard what they think if I worried about what people think are still be working in the factory heart. Still be there because even the people in the fact she was saying what you WanNa leave therefore who you think you think you are anyway. You know this is. This is a job for life and that was that was worried by dropped jobs. This don't grow on trees you know. They kept me there for so long. So you have to start thinking. What do I think in part rises up in you and says and starts to to worry too much about what people think you have to shop? Who is not? Sometimes people are very good because they will trigger a part of you not you so rather than go worried about this on a theory that you go who worried about La who feared that. Who Was it? What party me have you ever done. I've told his book the power of now because yes and no parts of that book is probably the best book in the world at the moment for this technique. Earn unequivocably I is. The is the book in the world at the moment for this technique of dissolving out. Charles old scripts. Pain bodies reclaiming parts of yourself. It is the most authentic book in the world is probably the most authentic teacher in the world at the moment as well. There's more to it. Of course and it was offering an entry level into is often an entry level into a whole world of metaphysics but his technique As heritage has lineage. Right back five thousand years to you know to the beginning of the written bibles and the Terek versions of Save. You look at the Torah the Old Testament and then you look at the Zohar or the Kabbalah Zohar which the exegesis or the explanation of the Torah. I caught totally technique. Is there the? I'm talking about? Books that the deepest deepest books you can get on On Easter Tarik practice. His technique is in there. But he's brought it to a level where it's where it's so simple e-explains so well so I would say anybody out there who's struggling with any conflict. Abba look at that book. Look at the power of now even better if you can listen to listen to the audio version of it because it comes across rating well then then. He does a couple of the box and he does workshops. He puts a lot online free and everything he does. He's all it's all in the practice of course and you know the thing that people don't say is not to master this. You have to get to a really high level you have to be able to dedicate you love to practice in it. So it's not just a matter of reading the Balkan going God you've got to practice every day you've got to dedicate you love to same same. Was it self defense people use to go? Show me move and go while on eighth dumb and it takes everything. I've got to be able to make this work in the street because it takes tremendous courage and unless you dedicate your life to unlikely to help you teach you just about awareness on the voidance but this stuff. The stuff is exactly the same. You dedicate your life to it to what it's all asking you is who are more who are more past. What books asking what the notion of factory floors asking I've gotten to the bouquet. I'll yeah yeah. That's the new book of Justin. Some they say in Hawaii are you not. Why do I feel this wise not happening? Who is it not sane? What who? Who is it? That feels like you got to identify these different personalities and come back to the authentic self the best way to find it is through Consistent Meditation Yoga is very good Chee Gong targe targeting these very good ways of Oxygenating the body bringing breath into the body and identifying the authentic South Yolk in the body and the mind in the salt bringing it back into alignment. So something like Meditation Giridih. Good even just going for A. Rooney's very good. Because oxygenates the body it reclaims the part of you. That doesn't want to run reclaims. The part of you that doesn't want to sit and meditate reclaims. It reclaimed up spot taken by it. So there's a lot of information out there some he's finding what avenue in your life. Now probably I'm talking to some people are GonNa go totally book on the sodden. I've never read it so that was a call in or of locked meditational. Nearly that share bats to call in or I was going to do a Diet. I was going to adopt. It was going to start looking at my food. You could go out there now. People I've seen people do this from prison. Cell either at the garden from prison it became a leading athletes in the world. John mcevoy. Yeah the former house. And he's the third from from prison. There's a massive inspiration is everything's possible. Isn't it Dan that's right? You interviewed Indonesia. Now I've been troy crying. Well hopefully he'll listen to this because I think he the one of the guys. I was training return one of my students. One of my teachers was one of the prison wardens that was looking after him and he gave him a couple of my books and he wrote some. Nice things in his book about more. Yeah that's right. Yeah and the formula of course came after automatically piffling. What is the formula? Say The secret to perpetual motion is Selfless Service. But we come back to the same thing again who is asking yourself loosely serve. Who is he doesn't WanNA serve. Who DOESN'T BELIEVE IN SERVICE? Who is it by scared to not have find the party that can selfishly? Serve Dent. The part of that you not. I know it sounds complicated again. Eckhard tallies book. The power of now is very very good for explaining this This concept of WHO Amoy because all of these parts out roy up scripts ghosts from the past. You know their scars from previous relationships their cultural fairs. It's not surprising when you look at the the newspapers television. The socks Dow full of doom and gloom every single day and we are ingest in reaching that with our eyes. Those stories become flesh. I think he was highly chick sent. Mahalia that said. The brain can only process so many units of information that a time. If your eunice taken with five hours of soaps on the telly and three hours of watching the news everyday on two hours of listening to gossip at work. An Hour. Listening to your mom. Who's afraid of everything or you know? Twenty four hours upon who? Who kind of Whose view is completely diametrically opposed to yours. Your reality is you're you're realities based on the information you taking every day so if you're if all information is negative of course your reality is going to be negative is going to school the shape of your fixed beliefs but we can change off beliefs but the the reason this is difficult is because when you sit in a go yeah well. I'm not GonNa do those negative things. I'm not gonNA gossip on when I give up alcohol. For instance I gave it up as esoteric exercise in hardiness. That was all it was are probably lost. Seventy five percent of Moy Social Circle didn't drink anymore and then I'll be son with someone trying to have a karaoke and my best friend would commend and to be my best friend and three drinks later. News is just a complete stranger. I have no idea who was of course when I used to drink. Would we be strangers together so it will affect everything you do when you start to make changes when you start to improve yourself even if you to Stop Gossiping got obviously gossip is nations. We assassinate People's character. You know it's it's very subtle levels violent but try and start doing it. Try and stop doing it trying not to get into pulled into and even a rationalized gossip with friends and see how how many friends lose quickly. People think you're both south because she won't do him. But when you understand reciprocity when you understand the laws you want go near last off. You just won't go near because it's so caustic but you will lose friends because of their but you would also gain in other areas. Well I was going to always going to ask you about when one changes when when I'm talking to you I feel like it's an evolution so naturally the things that you are attracting might fall away and then you were the truck. Something new but when that's people to loved ones that's difficult is going to be one of the side effects change absolutely. Yeah absolutely is very insightful. And it's the reason why most people don't do it because the used Sydney become stranger to them. They have no idea who you are. You're a member when you when you intercourse with people when you dialogue with people when you interact with people you are exchanging energy and reciprocal exchange of energy. That's what we do when you suddenly say I don't want to talk about that. I don't WanNa being conned about that person because it's costing to me and it's and it's destructive to them you're certainly not exchanging energy anymore. They normally feed off you and you feed them so there is a there is a feeding there is a friend especially if there's a few people afraid into a feeding of energy or or a frenzy of feed him when you suddenly I someone says Oh. He's he's horrible listening. You go you know. I don't know him or fats. He finally my case he's been kind to me or you know he's not here so don't talk about him Certain you're nice. Change in energy with them anymore. And that's your fault and you've got to yourself and you think some thinking all that is normal accusations. Were basically what you're saying is not. I'M NOT GONNA exchange energy with you anymore and that's why it's difficult but I will exchange energy with you but on a different level in a different way so then the entity exchanges. Like this. What we're doing now. So we this. This would be an exchange of energy into cost of energy the highest level. We confined because he's just about love. It's about coroners. And it's about servant. We're not neither of US HERE. To make millions of pounds. We're here because we both genuinely feel that this is GonNa this is GonNa bring somebody bomb at the least save. Someone's life at the best at the right. Time can be live tape him if you say the right things to people so when they realize not alone that that it's not just them and the reason information so yeah you will you lose a lot of people shown my wife. Shannon who says all of your friends dead. All of your friends are like the books. That the ring corporeal by that doesn't make him any less real. I got my Hettie when I was writing my book. Attia Ellison sat with me every day. He was us who wrote her letters from outfits in nineteen forty three and she was with me every single day she died in the camps but she was with me in a book in. Note every day. When I was writing my books every single day she was a presence in my life. She's she's came out of the book out of time and Space and she sat with me and this mentions her to box coming out at the moment. I'm just torn. She's in but she's in notes and she's in this new one of distant as well which is coming out in July. But so you find are the teachers you found other people and you realize eventually that where the people are corporal in a physical body or whether they come to you through books or through. Intuitions it doesn't really make any difference is signed. Martinez died after study. Sat in front of me. You know main by my kids because my kids were starting to get really interested in. This are really encouraged to read. All the books are read and might my oldest daughter are my daughter-in-law actually went over and spent a week with Echo. Totally there manifested him with him in the room so they brought him to life. They actually bought in the got the box they went and sat with him and and they just broke all of these boundaries because it just two ordinary kids they broke all of these boundaries and certainly the sat with one of the greatest mystics of his generation. That's possible my other daughter into marriage breakdown. She went through a depression. And introduce it to Mira Donnie. Ever encountered through her box in tribute to those teachings for macy's real anyway you now have to physically say about Months ago her and my other two daughters and my daughter-in-law five four five of them for them. Whenever and sat with the Mirror they sat with her and again. She's one of the she's at the level of She she's one of the greatest prophets anyway again generation. But she's one of the few left in your proper mystics and again you can go and sit with her. She's very beautiful. She's very real. She came to me in a very real way to a couple of serendipitous. But what I'm trying to say is my daughter. Thinks she can't change a life certainly. She's in Germany sat with the mirror. Certainly she's creating all of this new soften alive she's boundaries are expanding at an exponential rate because. She's realized that she can do that but she's got to. She's to convert the parts of without didn't want to do the self-pity impart to pass that think she's thick the parts. I think he's just a working class. Kid POPs up. Think she's not intelligent part that thinks she's not attractive he's out to convert allows us not to reclaim all those parts. And that's an internal job. But she's doing it. And she under Saito Reference Point you just sat with Mir-mira you've sat without or you've just totally spent a week with him as a reference point. Don't tell me that things aren't possible when you only have to go out at night may new said it when we can make this place in Kumabe so beautiful but where was his place yesterday. We've manifested it. We brought together. Why people do this every day. They can company that can do this. This beautiful building this park. You know this is possible. We can make this a more and more a part of our life you know but to do that we have to convert all the parts of us. That don't think it's possible we have in the part that convert is the part. That's the real deal. Not the part goes. I'm afraid to do this. Who's afraid not the part that says that's not possible. Who thinks it's not possible. So it's all possible but it's very very pragmatic of this. This stuff doesn't work with your finances. Ab doesn't work with your health. If it doesn't relationships of what uses it we've got to be able to make it work in alive and that's the case coming back yourself and going okay. I'm I'm much control over what those politicians are doing those bankruptcy to in or or what the terrorists are doing. But I've got complete control level. I do I can determine what I put in my body. I can determine what leaves my math. If you've seen some of the things out some of the things I felt which I won't go into you would never talk badly about anybody again. You would never allow yourself to entertain thoughts of anger or hatred by anybody your judgment. You just wouldn't have that because it's so caustic soap spiritually so damaged. And you just wouldn't go there. I about profound proofs of the caustic nature of that and also the creative and abundant nature of kindness. This whole world is is a is an act of kindness. So why don't you start to understand those rules and again this idea of reciprocity which you mentioned earlier Karma once you get once you grasp it and that might take a bit of Rigor Marceca above research but once you get it. You certainly become aware that you are. You have the ability to determine your fate within this. Well you have the ability to connect to a divine Satnav that will direct every step of the way for you that mark tight you the rest of your life. But that's worth getting up for in the morning and then all the things that we're worried about all of the negative things off. They can all be converted raw materials. So grist for the mill. Conversion conversion is two K. It brings me really neatly to Stewart theme. I wanted to explore with you. Which is forgiveness. Yeah because I think one of the things I worked with. My therapist was holding onto a lot of anger in with particular people. And actually the greatest gift you can give yourself is letting it go so powerful and so powerful and we have this idea that if we don't hold onto it and if we don't if we don't see reciprocity we have this idea that we don't see we don't enact vengeance and revenge get done but believe me once you understand. Reciprocity you recognize that everybody's calm unfolds. Widow without your widow. Without your attention it will happen anyway. Things will just involve. That's just basic causing effect. We don't have to concern ourselves about that. We have to see what I realized when I forgave a guy. That sexually abused me. What unfolded for me. Once I did it I forgave him. I shook his hand and told him I forgave a minute. Release Me Free me but I realize after that as well. It was a quiet conceit because beneath that are recognized. How many things I'd done wrong? The I needed. Forgive him for so many things more than I could ever remember on a recognized that while I was distracted by an angry with him and You know building my body into Nanri Orca. Protect myself against him while I was busy doing that. Washington to look at all the things. I'd done wrong not Ogden. So many things wrong. Some of them were just ignorance. Some of them. Would you know some of them? You know especially more Tommaso. Bouncer knows physically violent. I sign many things I needed to be forgiven for and I didn't see them until I forgave this guy the gift I was given was. You've forgiven this guy and I'm going to show you all the things you need to be taken for so you can start working on them because when you work on them you will get a clear view. That's what I'm looking for. A clear view and there were so many things to many things to be forgiven for or need to do that. Where's acknowledged on? Look at them. They came up through training Repent which means longer do them no longer do the negative things and return to the twelfth steps. Basically almost identical to that yeah. Y- twelve cents is very very powerful. So some yeah. I realized how many things are needed to be forgiven for now. Recognize that what God was saying to me because I can be forgiven anita level. I'm able to forgive those encourages you to forgive us per also saying that window there is just full of Shit is blocked. You can't see the view when you forgive people you just clean the windows. That's what you're doing. You're not doing it for them. You know for anybody else doing against anybody out. She not letting anybody off. We haven't got the power to let people off. How can we let people off? We haven't got control of Universal. Reciprocity property where I'm GonNa Control or we can do is clean the windows. My new start to clean this Dane than of left on you. It's not just that you cleaning your also converting it. You're also reclaiming the part. If someone's Indu they taken over and inhabited apart of you thought your psyche that determined in your life that determining every decision you make when you forgive them you convert that. I'm reclaimed that part of your so when you forgive them you go okay. This happened and I'm going to learn as much as come from that and I'm going to see it takes me but I'm going to let them go and I'm going to trust. Avenue happened to them will happen to them. And I'm just GONNA get on with my life and I'm GonNa try and look at the things I've done wrong and try and find some kind of forgiveness for myself la. I'm just GonNa let go of that and just trust up com- Kosta I totally agree with that uncontrolled and see the logic and want to embrace it as a part of me that things I think if that person. I've been a pushover with us because few few mistaken forgiveness for being for letting somebody off. We're not letting off. We haven't got that power we don't let them off when you when they say what it says in the Bible in the New Testament When you know if these hunger hunger fade movies thirsty give him drink for inside with national heap coals. His head in other words when you forgive somebody when you look at when you when you offer somebody compassion. Instead of anger and dissonance and disappointment in height is caustic to them. Finds that part of you? That's feeding anger. And feeding of shame and feeding off confusion finds it when you find that compassion and the work is defined the compassion. When you find that party advocates completely dissolved it gets completed. This darkness can't stand in in the face of life in other words. Ignorance Constand in the face of knowledge. So once you understand that forgiveness is about you letting yourself go free when you recognize if somebody abuses ya locker possession part of them positive possesses part of you and you'll linked and your feed in each other when you forgive them your Severino Link and you're not allowing them to feed off you anymore because if you're angry and you're disciplined or your confused or your disappointed over time and space your feed in them and they possession when you forgive them your excellence in. It's an exorcism my play. Fragile was an exorcism but that's about acquiring knowledge about the information not just looking at it from a perspective for this person's hurt me and if I if I let them off offer give them that means of letting them off and then. I'm a pushover. Being a push up is just a choice. Isn't it and also I do my own office. I think if something's happened to me I always take full responsibility. And we saw more dose that at some point or another of creating something that's brought to that and we don't have to look very hard to see how easily we can manipulate people in our easily. We can do the wrong things our own life without even knowing we're doing it and recognize that we're all responsible everybody's responsible for everybody else is Karma we're all connected I drop a pebble in the poll. The ripples are going into every corner of it so I start looking at go. Yeah we know. Do the small forgiveness. No Go. Let go. I'll turn understand them. Maybe Rodney bag day. Maybe somewhere along the line often something. That's join this to me You charted recruiting zone and then you start to Start to try and find good things about them and you start to try and find the things you like to buy them he start and then you start to look at it and I will physiologically. This isn't good for me. Because he's trigger more sympathetic nervous system and not closing my immune system down and actually this person's under miles away but they're controlling me when you start to look at that intellectual guy while it's worth at all my pennies to find a way to forgive them but not forgiveness in housing laying off if you somewhat the river bound for long enough you watched the bodies avoid enemies will go by and you won't feel good about it. You think you will you. Won't you know you there when you see you? See Their Karma the guy that abuse me ended up killing himself in London. When I heard my wife said to me how do you feel not at Sun feel compassionate? How couldn't stop myself out compassionate because this was a guy at some point must have been a child must've aspirations most other choice of goodness and some are long lost opportunity to live a great life but he hasn't damaged me. Because what I've done is I've taken this. Energy is given me and it was a massive energy. Believe me it was. It was fathoms deep. This rage enough created prolifically in the world. I mean I've literally fifty books now. Thousands of talks of mainland made loads of money along the way as well when he's not why aim for Nabet along the way I was making lots of money and travel in the world and to these amazing things despite what he did because of his energy implanted in. May when our seventy are still have the energy me. I've reclaimed at their term of dipped into with my book and of created from literally turned into into light or into knowing some more. Prolific Harper is not despite these guys because of their so made something very very good from that and it's interesting to me you didn't seek him out. He literally came into your power. Yeah the moment. I started to look at forgiveness amendment or started. The moment decided that I wanted to start working our high level. I was a senior martial artist hours at the high end. I wanted to start going into Budo the moment I started to talk about the Internal Russell. The what they call the degraded Jihad. The war started recognized. That forgiveness is one of the one of the partners on needs to wrestle with members started to contemplate forgiveness and see as a metaphysical power. The universe put him in a chair opposite. Excuse me in I in a cafe in Coventry popularity number twenty years now he was just mean him in the restaurant and I was eleven again. Eleven I'm not just wants to walk. I'm wanted to ruin a so afraid and I was a blimp. I was a big guard then I went to my sixteen stone. All of this Armagh all this war paint. All of this body are big back. You know. Lucky killing fifty languages and I was eleven again and I can't tell you how hard it was to walk over house nearly crying and say to him you know. Can I swear swear? I'll just say you fought my life but I forgive you. You need to know. Forgive you and he went to stand up on commanded a message. Sit down sit down. Now add the ability to do something physical. But I knew he wouldn't solve our new wouldn't I knew there and then it wouldn't solve it what it would do is create more Karma more. Reciprocity ought to hate in me. How the Fed the angry me maybe would have felt good for a second. Maybe the maybe the intellectuals on the Internet will decide well done you stumped him on his head to Nola but you know this higher intellect me was just going until you forgive this person until you find compassion for this person. You are never going to get rid of him. He's always going to be in your life and now destroyed them with the Guinness. He just dismounted. You have no idea where to go and then it was a period of time over that where you forgive somebody of course but you know you've this guy abuse me. When I was eleven was a lot of things happened from when I was eleven till when I was whatever it was at the time. Thirty five or somethin'. Every action taken since then was was affected in one way or another by what he did to me so at to unpick swallowed hurt. A lot of people myself have been physically violent as a displacement hugely violent. I've been a criminal for some time as well. I only on the fringes of it but you know I was psychotically zealous. Nobody would have looked at me. And said you have to go our psychotically together? And I was psychotically insecure so insecure October fight and I was seen as this big martial. Artists are so insecure at some point. My weakest my wife left the room. She was going to be trying me and of course. Why wouldn't he be China? May this tiete betrayed me? You know everybody tried me. The law portrayed me God protect betrayed. Me always betray myself every single day every single day one one just went on. Engage these thoughts. When I believe this nonsense said the training enabled me to reclaim the the part of me. That was insecure and jealous re reclaimed. The party that become violent reclaimed part of me become Part of that needed certificate or got to certificate. Because I'm the pieces shit. I'm a working class. Piece of our needs. Certificates or knee trophies. Need something to say that I'm valuable. Look at what. I've got lucky. Amony grades of Garden. Omni awards of one are needed. I've been able to let go of all because I let go of him. My life has expanded exponentially because I forgave but I didn't let him off. The universe cornered him and he killed himself in a hotel room in London I think four or five of the Patriot abuse over the years all came together. Same time and You know is consequences if love of course. I was writing films as well. I was writing books and as mentioned in I was watching film so we must've bumped into that by let go of the anger that it doesn't serve Me Belie game or let go the hate. It does not serve me is below more game. Let go the distance. The distance wind amendment understood what was going on Also looked at the gift. This guy gave me so much. Energy sign much rage sandwich confusion and I was able to take that role energy and convert and create a prolific life myself and of course I went off the rails quite a few times but I've also been out. Look at those things. I did all the violence. I've been out to convert lives well literally convert into something. Pure something beautiful. So that when I'm walking down the street I don't look at the same world as everybody else is looking at that now. People Round the Corner Twenty. Make difficult for me. People aren't starting rooms on to make the world difficult for me. You know. No one's against me. It's not a conspiracy against me. You know if I can if I can never righteous live volcano live a life of virtue. Ach can be impervious to all that. So I just WANNA go out and I WANNA if I'm not calling for if somebody leaves the room and they don't feel inspired. I'm done job. That's that's become that's come because of our but it took a lot of work to do a lot of studying law practice a lot of Not No longer feed in those things because they were feeding off all sorts of negative things for me feeding off over eaten. Violent films are violent training sexual pornography feeding off. Lots of lots of juicy things which one by one I've killed and it was a fight. I'm telling you it was a fight to get rid of some of them and to get them out to really develop my intelligence to really look at what we're doing to really really go into the depths of it and go. What is this doing when I watch this violent film this pornographic film was is it doing? It's filling me full of chemicals and invaded my body and possession me. And then he's sending me back to it whenever it feels like. I'm not in control of my body. People think they're at the top of the food chain. They're not even above twitter. They can't even control the Ri- Moods and emotions not even above facebook. You know one phone. Call one negative uncle in their life is taken over by someone. Pretty Sergey number so we start to realize that we can claim that. It's not about blaming anybody so by coming back again. This is an exciting time to if I'm in the depression at the moment or fearful moments is an exciting time to overlook that support or you can go through. You can look and go. What can I do with that? It's an energy. What can I work in a place here? Why my afraid of it? Why am I faded my body chemistry? Let's look at. What does this saying to me? Maybe he's not trying to kill me. Maybe he's not trying to hurt me. Maybe he's just trying to give me a message whereas my life I balance what can I do with my life to bring it back into balance? How can I use this energy? You know it's all just about the exchange eventually the day and the conversion of energy and my my day to day job is as a health and beauty writer and I get emails constantly about the next trend. I'm as much as I categorize focused a self help on Apple. I also have a real love hate relationship with self help and speaking to you. It's really actually crystallized. Why and that's because these books I've written document when I was thinking about self help books. Self help means these quick. Like re. Ask believe receivable that Bush makes it seem like. It's just so easy like that and what. You've really done the work. You've read all the books do that. I do not know. But that's what I have definitely noticed is people identifying with a book that based on what. I'm getting from you. You've read these thousands of books and this help book that might be really colorful on the shelf with maybe a celebrity or noted author. He's in the new and exciting section in the book shop. It's a it's less than one percent of a bigger lesson. So yes you might be able to apply it in the short term but to be able to live it. You probably not going to get that from a sort of juicy sexy fight book version. No but it could be a good entry level. That's why I'm that's why I love those books secret. I like all those books. Because they were entry level that they're not just trying to get people to look so if he just gets you through an hour and it gives you bomb that's okay but Bali's trying to do is excite people and go look a bit deeper and you know if you look at say for instance the secret an this stuff about you know. I did a radio four programme about this yourself. Outgoing very very anti south help and he was out by. God was a journalist for the One of the broadsheets but he was very angry about south foul and the asked me to come on and You know as his house. He's kind of opposite and they said they're all just send you can think and then you can do it and you know all this often he says what do you think. I said well for from my perspective I said I know I've thought myself into a fortune and lost it with the with the same thing can reverse. I said Noah thought myself into ill health to the point where I've got blood in Missouri and I said no no of hill myself with the same thing can reverse. I said of crazy beautiful relationships with thinking when I've been on my best game and I said enough killed them killed them dead. We Jellison said so for me. It's obvious it's obvious that works but we've got to work consistently and if we're going to work consistently because that's the ultimate aim is that you know we. We are the root and steer of our own life. But the only way you can do that is to find out who you are. Who is it? That's doing their the danger with the southbound boxes that they do so that as easy and we all know that even the people are selling the books are struggling with life issues and their own things and the danger I think is that they don't say that don't tell you that. So you get this idea about. The car is a perfect today and it's fine. It's very easy but it's the hardest thing you will ever do. But I like the books because the entry level that give people away in. They're not gonNA come in through the activities of the Torah. They're not just not going to do. They're not going to know. Axes is not going to torres. But I'll come in through the secret and the follow the secret the secret. The essence of the secret is very true. It's all you know. We do manifest our our reality around us all the time. Of course we do. Everybody's doing that even when you go to order pizza you're using sound and symbols to create food. There's no food there. We sounding cymbals. We create food. Of course I've sound and symbols of backed by vow which is you know our credit rating and all the rest of it but we are creating all the time and of course we've all destroyed things we credit rating goes bad. We capterra vow are sounds and symbols on powerful anymore. We won't get pizza so someone that's used. Sans and symbols wrong ends up sleeping in a doorway and we we can as a society gotta turn help them get out of that doorway and take them. You've been given the wrong sounds in the wrong symbols. Don't understand the basic laws of this planet. Don't understand reciprocity so let's give you something. Let's let's Judas Sim Som- they say well this this very very concentrated energy which you would call God but we would never understand it with it would be like putting ten thousand volts two thousand what bowl we would just pop so we're going to reduce down and so it ends up in a basic allegory. A very basic Algebra like maybe like the crew and maybe like a very basic south out book go. That's you know I mean the twitter instance which is pumped into coming in. And I love that book. I thought that was about basic arcade right but I gave it to one of my friends who worked in a cafe beyond the county complicated. Isn't it but it's so basic so we gotta go even more basic than that. That's what most of the Bible's are the very very basic allegorical stories to talk about a big power a bigger presence that we can utilize so. I'd like these books because they are entry level and they don't tell you the whole truth because of course they can't tell you any more than you can tell your children if you've got children but you wouldn't tell your children the whole truth because I would. They understand this. You bring it down to patron jam box. You bring down to simplicity so the mass is generally need. They need to fly that they need which gets a man but if he was to follow that book and then look at its authors and look whatever. They might lead you to some of the philosophers philosophers. Martin lead you to you know like if you if you started looking at Milton or Blake or The condom more poets poets philosophers or Dante. And you go you go all out. That's very powerful. Then you go. Whereas Influence Look at William Blake for instance whereas is influence and of course he's influence is biblical. So you go. We'll look at that. Then you look at that and they're so dense you know the the the front and so but you just bought you end up. Doing the one book can lead you. The one comic you know can lead you back to The biggest books in the big box is is not. He's no longer about reading. It's more about a now when you read something. Zohar for instance which is Which is one of the explanations of the of the Old Testament as luck download and it's not like reading. It isn't like read. And it's like he's not your soul is looking at a bar code and just download. The News no longer matter written materials ingestion and not the not the the basic level. You WON'T UNDERSTAND IT. But the deep level your soul or you're in south understands it completely. I some big way of explaining these books necessary because we've got venture Neville Books and if we've got a judgment on as normally an eye after KNYSNA south so I'm not talking about you but you know because I always used to take the people out there you know. These books aren't telling the truth and well you know it's an entry level so if if if if we if we got to churchmen because we haven't done the rigor and we look into going to a bit deeper look totally and people like that he released quite is quite heavy his books. It's a very strong message. But they've all got something important to say what they say. Even though it's been reduced law he had that spark of light from its original source. And if you follow that Lloyd you would find that would lead to all of these times which would become a study which would become a lifetime sitting and then it's like you said it's no longer about read about download and you literally download in and it's our chemical physically changes your infrastructure when you take him and again it's not something. I'm in a hurry. Prove but it's something I've experienced so I box out there. The very lightened which is an entry level for some someone that may be really struggling and stuff this one of just coming out now is called the divine CEO after this one. It's the heavy end congressman okay. I got this father his time to really really start looking at very closely. Who you are. And who you not start to eliminate who you know start to clean auto parts away. Reclaim them and then they. I talked to reference books on Writing Myself. So Mart lead people on another path. They might find that he hilsum. Who was this? This normal girl that ended up communicating directly intimately with consciousness in a Nazi death camp but she was an ordinary selfish everyday girl. I just wanted to do well in the world and wanted wanted a man and all that but when you read her story about how she gradually expanded because of her circumstances she's inspirational all she cared about and then was was service about looking out for people about gratitude about gratitude and above charity. She made this work in. You know in the most severe place on the planet. They must picked to Franco. Did exactly the same. Didn't have. You read Viktor Frankl. Death months man's search for meaning. Viktor Frankl developed a system called logo therapy which is about that. Means Logos means purpose. Man Search purpose and in the Old Testament logos meant God or all the source. So it's man's search we saw. What purpose is our source so If you look at man search meaning it's not a very big book and not the second half of it is about logo pay because he became a therapist This was a man that made it work in one of the most heinous locations on the planet in History. And time this stuff. We're talking about now. This idea about You know about breaking the boundaries of the physical world and looking at things more metaphysically taking more control about finding out who we were he made it work in a Nazi death camp. He was so reduced. Everything was so reduced. He was reading the Taller every day. Which is the Judaic con a Bible. And the God's taking off misdealing ended up with one page of Torah and he was reading one page to keep himself sending the tourist boats to be. The blueprint of the universe is supposed to be the key to reciprocal. Could universe the the gods that page of Him and he sat there dejected. This voice in this headset. We don't want to read the tour anymore. Victor we want you to be the Torah so we had to be the Torah and this place his wife was in another company and you need to paraphrase it but he had metaphysical experiences and this place out beyond anything that most people would even understand but he had them because he had nothing cows he was stripped of every other resource and all of us life with this opportunity to connect to consciousness did and he had miracles and serendipitous. Every single day became one of the best one of the most notorious when the most renowned speakers of his generation all of the big the big spiritual guys. You'd look now. They claim to fame was on the same stages. Viktor Frankl on the Franco. This is a man who made it work and these guys were saying to move. You can make it work here. You can show anybody every everybody anywhere that it's possible to make it work anywhere you in a factory job and it feels terrible. He won't work in this place. He went work where I am one with my partner. He won't work in my environment in my government. He made it work in the point of the Marsin places on the planet so he can make it work where you can make it work where you are. Now there's hope for everybody and the people around their their stories rather we don't think they're they're already you'll universities just expanded. Because we're really thinking about Viktor. Frankl you reading my mind. Yeah just a bit and you're already thinking of not. Who's this? Who's this girl? You're wish talkative man. But she's already talking to me saying when you did meet me. You sat with me for three months when you wrote a book. Have you forgotten already? She was such a beautiful girl and she was but she was so sharp. She was gone. You you WANNA YOU WANNA clean the environment. But you're putting yourself full of cigarettes. You want to change the world. But you won't even change your eating habits. You Hate Hitler but your fascist in your own office. She sent you she. She could just see people like an x rise. You sound. We've got no right to tell people to change if we don't change but right no right to tell people to change. If we can't change ourselves she was so I mean I think I'm blunt sometimes but she was so deliciously blunt but she's she read if you read her letters. She's lettuce because she wrote she wrote to people from these were like. Martin Pessoa says he wrote people from from aspect and letters. Were very very profound. You know but she found it in that place Viktor Frankl found and appliances and other book called the choice and cut remember. The author's name. Apologize for she she was she was She was mental by Viktor. Frankl Bushy was average as well and she. She dedicated to therapy and she talks about it. My my daughter's reading a book at the moment and I said what's the big thing you've got from it? What's the big thing you've got to do? The work you got to do more work than you think is possible to do more work than you think you can cope with. Do the work do the Rigor. Don't take anybody take anybody's advice. Don't take anyone's limitations and if someone wants to manage your expectations kick them out of the room because that means they want you to think small small things more like them. I hate the phrase man. It just means all you want me to think small then yeah. It's this idea that these people are there in the podcast. Lot less will certainly someone. I remember some mention Amazon to Germany to teach not wanting to go of a sandwich resistance no went there and I went there and when they're just ahead the word bag of a guitar sound itself exotic and I thought this was years before radio. That's always from the Hindu thing I didn't even know Hindu thing was the Hindu texts was but it led me. It was a guy that mentioned the name was very. I regard very very smart guy and I thought I'm going to get that and I didn't get it until I pushed beyond my own boundaries so went to Germany to teach didn't want to be there and it was very uncomfortable. It was a different language in different stall on a went there and the reward I got was not. I went to do a talk into prison. Opn AWESOME WOW. Did A lot of talks. Imprisons didn't go to this place but when they're on one of the guys I was working Mentioned the word. Come to me. Minute doesn't matter meant to say at the moment but he mentioned the word from the biblical Canon and Eh scatology. That was the word and I've never heard of it. And he goes about the second comment of cars. But it doesn't really mean the second Commun- of Christ it means the second common of consciousness. It means the means consciousness as the return of our expansion of knowing of understanding and they went off and did a big big studio Nascar Technology Chop German new book about it. But I had to go to this prison and serve these kids in prison and talk to these kids in prison before that one word was given make and not one word was just an intuition. It wasn't it wasn't everything I read. I read reams on it. It wasn't ever read. He was just like the initial in Judaism. They call it Hakima he's lock the divine inspiration of spark out to go away cogitate and read and studying and search in Sydney. I got a lot of understanding and then suddenly the understanding spilled and it became knowing on new annuity meant. So it's this idea dot all of the stuff already. They're all of your The the venom. The antidote to the venom. That's rushing around your vein. Right now is the is in the venom. Is there so the depression the fear? The antidote is is within the problem and there are books out there and teachers that will help us to fall down but we have to do the work some odd. Lots of big thing she got this was a woman that was one of the top end of the. Sarka therapy but she was still having to do the work. Who'd you think we're best teachers? Reckon even even someone right in front of the people that the people she was mentioned I right. She didn't get the reward until she accosts. She was around teacher but she. She didn't get the information that she knew until she offered it to. Other people in the everyone she mentored gathered. Therapy pay this is in the choice. Were they were the ones that torture they were? The ones that You know gave her what she needed. Crecy in order to give them the answer she had to locate you and draw down and give it to them and when she gave it to them of course he received herself so she took it from this. Bank of the newest fair every everyone the call it the divine. And what do they call it anyway? This this whole they're called newish where all the information of that's ever been learnt stored. We can access it whenever we want. And when somebody asks you and your serve them you draw them Dr joy down and tell them something. You didn't know where it comes. From a teetotaler around 'til her best teeters were the people. She was mentored him every time she went to mental people every time she went to do a podcast every time she went to do. It was difficult but every time she did it. She was given something and every block. Someone that's going to be sitting there. Who's going to have to make a big effort to come and listen to your podcast because everything inside the CY. Nothing's going to change but the effort will be rewarded by a piece of information. Get from this today. That will take him into a direction of learning and expansion. I really felt like I follow the light. But you that this introduction was done a long time ago wasn't it and then you know like you said people mentioned my name and and you know certainly your hair and we're both here in this because I'm saying things you know. I'm pulling from lots of different places talking to both the room as somebody said to me once which means you know you can commenting deep throat things but also very ordinary like get your Palate Roy. So you turn to you. Hopefully something for everybody. That's listening but not least because we've turned up here I think so and I'm GonNa do something unprecedented now. I mean there's another five hours I recently have come back into it and I told a very different of mine but I was interviewing you and you were coming on. The podcast is probably the best way of describing it and he asked if he could send some questions and and so here are three main questions for Jeff in four bonus questions feel free to ask them and ask them not sure how suitable they. They'll be your chat and obviously you've got a ton of questions already. I'm actually jealous. You're hanging out so the first one and we've touched on it obviously but it's not my area of expertise is that you have avast martial arts background. And he sent me a very long. What's up a little while ago about the fence but this particular question is in this protection. Video the pavement area or the pavement Tarini A- arena considine concern and Jeff Describe Jeff Cooper's four color-coded states of alertness white which is switched off through to yellow then orange then red which is fight flight. They teach that people should be in condition yellow all the time not being paranoid being switched on being aware of what's happening around you. Three hundred sixty degrees. He's giving me the youtube link to see this in action. The question is do you still walk around in condition yellow. Do you still think regular people should live in condition yellow? I think they should live in condition. Yellow physically an environmentally. But also metaphysically. So we need to be aware not just of the fact that there may be potential attackers out there but we need to be aware of the potential attackers within us. Our own perceptions are on our own beliefs around shadows. I ROAM PAIN BODIES. Most of the time. We were attacked. Not by the things that in the world we were attacked by localization buyer own By our own beliefs or by our own limitation door Byron Education. But like you know we might be attacked by voice in my head dot com from my mom so we need to be aware all the time of not just the external the internal world as well so we need to be. We need this awareness. Code isn't just about an awareness that someone might attack. It's also an awareness of attack ritual Howard. Ritual works. What their game plan is so that you can spot five minutes before happens. Could spark a fire in a nightclub in the Q. Ten two hours before it kicked off that was that was the next an the environment expanded my awareness to such a degree because my life is my life depended on. My one is expanded assignments. I could I could see I could see into the future tore down the line could tell by guy. I Don bodies body language by Harry was in in Two minutes time or five hours time he would be fighting so I'd walked on the Cubans not annoyed after trying to explain to him why he was being kicked off or something that he was going to do in five hours. But that's a wellness. But we've all got those signifies but we don't notice because we just switched on and we don't want to notice them because we're to English embarrassed but there there though so send us down into time ritual but it's also when we talk about the adverse forces on the inside around all scripts we've got recognize. Airtime Rachel gotta be aware of it. We've got to be aware of how they rise how the attack how they used rhetoric to get into offing. Kim and again I've written about this in notes but it's also specifically in I caught totally bought the power of now he specifically talks about exactly the same as the jeff color. Jeff Kirk trip coupon codes but from the internal perspective so Y- I'm massively aware more weather. Never but I'm more aware of not falling out of alignment so I'm aligned to my authentic self maligned to my spirit. If I fall out of alignment I will be noticed very quickly and I will join negatively into a live on on the weather. I've gotTA keep the alignment to virtue. Chew all the time so yeah still do more than ever questioned to as many people from bounces to sports people find it hard to adjust to normal day-to-day life after they leave their dangerous slash exhilarating careers behind because then you day to day live lives like not only the fear and danger but also the thrill and aliveness of old lives. Fear and excitement often two sides of the same coin. Do you in any way miss the danger adrenaline violence of working on the doors. And do you do anything to replace? Replicate that buzz or aliveness in someone. He's very insightful. Isn't as good question very good question both good questions? The things that was exciting work in the doors and He should read notes because in notes. I go heavily into why learn metaphysical from work in the doors. Wide learned from work in the doors on a physical level is is is minute compatible metaphysically and it's taught me thirty years of protests in to understand what what that metaphysical learning was so when you go from the smaller. Jihad is the outer battle. Which is the nightclub doors nor the lot which seems accelerate and then you go to the Greater Jihad which is the internal life and the battle with our own perceptions and our own beliefs the level of danger and the level of exhilaration as he's hundredfold. So it's it's very much dilemma life. But its internal external and I recognize that what happens artemis just merely a projection of. What since I've may say one fix what's going on out. There need to turn in and fix inhale Mohammed bin Muhammed to present his village the Prophet Muhammed. He was watching all the soldiers coming back from war and he was doing Khanna Quad clapping. Well done on the small G. He said well done on the lesser G. Now bearing in mind people coming back dismembered people dying. Some people have been killed and there were very and would you mean how these guys. That's that's the Lesser Jihad. They said when you turn inwards and you start to reclaim the parts of you. That are inside. That's the grady. So he he. He felt that physical war where people are and went over. The top was was small compared to what happens when you go in on these. He's never been more right absolutely so so the exhilaration is still there and the fear is still by book. Load right moving onto question three most if not all women are concerned about their own personal safety and would like to learn how to defend themselves from an attacker. What do you recommend for women particularly those who are small in stature and physical strength you want to learn effective self protection that they can call on in a potential physical attack and he has not put a note here because of their belief in a preemptive strike to make a big distinction between self protection and self defense? They teach the former? That's said the begun because of their belief in a preemptive strike jan-peter make a big distinction between self protection of defense. They teach the former. Yeah Yeah we take self-protection which is I avoid the reality of what works in a real fart. I'm preemption is the only constant is the only thing that works as a consistent but what we learned main Sharon particular May and Peter from around the country. We went around around. The world really teaching was that most people won't be able to make physical self defense work unless they dedicate their whole lives to. Most people don't want to do that. They have a false idea. Of what self defense is and what will work so we developed a system of self protection. Which is like the Cooper Color Code where we take we taught? People AVOIDANCE ESCAPE VERBAL DISSUASION. Lou polling posture in all sorts of things everything but the the physical the physical preemption so we taught Lamar to spot attack. Mitchell's how to be aware how to be aware of their own body chemistry how to be aware of how their body chemistry can be used against them. If I suddenly became loud imposture I could trigger your Adrenalin. But you into a state of fight or flight off freeze so that you would be easily to manage and you would be so afraid to do anything wanted to do so. We taught people to understand their body. The