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CDC Director: 'Covid Vaccine? Ha! Wear Your "Life Saving" Mask!'

Ron Paul Liberty Report

29:42 min | 4 months ago

CDC Director: 'Covid Vaccine? Ha! Wear Your "Life Saving" Mask!'

"Facemasks these face are the most important powerful public health tool we have. And I will continue to appeal for all Americans all individuals in our country to embrace these face coverings I've said if we did it for six, eight, ten, twelve weeks, we'd bring this pandemic under control these actually, we have clear scientific evidence they work. And they are best defense I might even go so far as to say that this face mask is more guaranteed to protect me against Cova. Then when I take a covert vaccine. Hello everybody, and thank you for tuning into the Liberty Report. With me today's Daniel McAdams are co host Daniel. Good to have you here today. How are you this morning Dr Paul you heard from the massive. Leader in charge the chief epidemiology for the whole country. Why everybody understands everything that's going on and there's no conflicting ideas and we were handling. This. Pseudo pandemic epidemic. Rather disastrously. But he does represent You know the end stages of of long lived bureaucrat. But there's no no. No reason why we should think that we're going to get good information from people people like this but. Certainly, they do and I think it's going to continue because we're listening to the same people but we have a few items today that we want to go over to find. Maybe we'll find a positive thing that's that's going on but I don't think we're going to get it from the CDC but I think that there is evidence that you know the attitude is changing. There's nothing that says these guys are going to be in charge forever But since we're in unchartered water, we don't know how well the establish. Can Handle this. It's there's there's an option now for news that is Indian net rather than just listening to three major stations they don't have as much control. So as bad as it is with social media, there's still. There's still a few options, and of course, that's why we have an option and we want to talk about these issues trying to sort it out. Telling the truth we depend on him or should we? Just how she and Information Real Well. This is amazing. You know this is Robert. Redfield he was before the US Senate subcommittee, the US Senate yesterday testifying. In. This is the one clip that was first out about masks and as someone noted on twitter because they don't they don't miss anything. Here's Redfield this doctor telling us that these mass are the most important things we can possibly do, and he's over here smashing it with his hands. You know his hands probably touched the table they probably touched his no, you touch whatever and. Here he is doing basically he's proving why mass don't work as he spoke telling us that we have to wear a mass as he's contaminating the whole thing. But you know Dr Paul the stupid people on Twitter and elsewhere have noticed that this new Robert Redfield is a little different than the old one. This guy says, forget the vaccine, put your mask on but here's Robert Redfield. A couple of months ago here's a clip. If we can get this win read, he said something different. If we have. Should you wear a mask if you're healthy? No. And Is there a Web? Should you wear a mask and your? Mask No. To the point and I think we have the next clip and this is his covert thou-, Ouchi who's also in the mask business these days all here's same and this is pretty famous. Here's for him not too many months ago himself talking about code. Here's his advice back then if he can you that up. Right now, in the United States. People should not be walking around with masks. You're sure of it. 'cause people listen really know closely to this right now, people should not be what there's no reason to be walking around with a mask. When you're in the middle of an outbreak. Wearing a mask byte. Make people feel the interview there said are you sure because people are really listen to you Dr? Falcone is not no reason don't wear masks. What's the point? Well? You know. I think there's good news out there because the people who are challenging it and we look forward to this there certain people talking about it, but people are going to the streets now, not only just in this country and other countries even better than that. They're they're speaking out but but what is redfield argument? He's this no chance of anything changing this year or next year it's going to be the same. So he's claiming that they'll nobody will challenge them. They will not. But that's what they're upset about. The people are starting to turn against him and that the message of liberty which is buried in all of us. NEEDS TO BE. You know release the people will start standing up and that is what we're noticing. So I think be more people need to look at this video a minute or two tells you a lot about the hypocrisy of all this and this is This is something that. I think we should be encouraged by as bad as it is how can people support it but but the other, the other challenge that we have is this is not so much a partisan issue. You know it's being tried to make a partisan issue, but you know Republicans are hardly hardly immune from the demagoguery especially at the local level I mean, there's a lot going on there. So it isn't strictly a Biden versus trump. It's a lot different than that politically. So philosophically. Don't you want responsibility that that's the issue. Well, the clips really inspire ridicule and you know the the way the Soviet system died. It wasn't that everyone was crunching the numbers and said, Hey, you know this five year plan is not really producing maybe we should change Soviet. System died because people started ridiculing the leaders they were such buffoons they were such morons. They were hypocrites that finally they had no credibility left and I think that's our big hope for the end of this, this medical tyranny that we're facing. To doing more and more because we're not going to be able to get a real debate on national television, you know the Here's a statement I. Think I'll use that statement right now of from Malcolm. Hendry Ken. Yeah. Quoted. Him The other day a explaining a little bit about the importance of this. Of Language and language and the words. So this is This is pretty important that me see now terminology, right? Why Terminology Matters Yeah. It's not matter and this is a little paragraph but I think it makes the point because it's actually what we talked about before probably because we read his previous. But he's making in one paragraph. Clear and makes all the difference because the conventional media's reciting the nonsense you know and words are important terminology really really matters and he said in this article, which was in a hedge today this morning, a symptomless or even mildly symptomatic pauses. Swab. Is, not, a case he's fatty never in recorded history has this been true however now, we have an almost unquestioned acceptance that a positive swab represents a case of COVID. This is then parroted on all the news channels as if it were the gospel. I, note that at last. is good part from Coventry. Some people are beginning to question can be that wows cases are going up and up and deaths are going down and You. Just open your eyes. Pleasure is that idea over and over well speaking of quotas another good quote we go back to the CDC itself in this next clip here, this is from the CDC's Emerging Infectious Diseases Journal. and. This is about masks right? Remember redfield yesterday we're that mask it's more important vaccine. Here's a CDC not long ago disposable medical mass. Also, a surgical masks are loose-fitting devices that were designed to be worn by medical personnel to protect accidental contamination of patient wounds dot dot dot. There is limited evidence for their effectiveness in preventing influenza virus transmission either when the infected person source control or when warned by uninfected persons to reduce exposure. Here's the CDC's basically. Masks don't work like they were saying earlier. So why does redfield in foul each changing their tune so much is the science changed about about virology and immunology. I think there are special hinters hiding behind entreaty manipulating things and right now their biggest concern it sounds like it's coming from the administration as well for who knows what reason and that is hurry hurry hurry we need this we need this vaccine, we need it by October or November or whatever and. I think, of course, the principal the vaccine should be questioned it should go slowly the politicians shouldn't be involved and. If, we had the proper language maybe people wouldn't be as panicked but people are penny in the worst part for me emotionally is I sympathize with them because they've been especially the kids the kids are coming home from school and they say, Oh, you know this. Terrified about it, and so the teachers participate in it and the school districts participated the TV participates in it, and this is a this is a tough tough job to get people convinced that they shouldn't be this hysterical and and when are we going to get our vaccine. All I do we've done it? So often on this program is please when the vaccine comes, which will come sooner than it should. Be Cautious and ask the question because you know as freedom loving people and as a libertarian we neither want to prohibit force yes. Exactly. We don't want to force vaccines on people with certainly seems to be what's happening now this one thing you saw I guess in Houston where they're going to knock on doors And take blood. Samples. Turner's doing that and and and and you know in order to trace this because they're not getting enough sick people you know in spite of the new cases, nobody's going to the hospital. So they have a problem on their hand. How are we going to keep this con- Game God? I drove through Houston after Church on Sunday and I noticed one of those drive through Kobe tests and there was no one inside they were just sitting there like this nobody is good news but here's here's another look at this next clip we talked about what okay we we read from the CDC Journal they said masks don't work. Here's something about why masks don't work and how they don't mark here's Los Angeles picked off twitter the loss endless mask mandate was issued on April tenth look what happened to cases after the mandate. So again, the idea that this mask mandate. This forced mask wearing does anything to stop the normal spread of the virus is just simply and there were about ten others. I was sparing our viewers, Dr Paul about ten others like that in Portugal, in places where they did that. So this is not an isolated case, the mass do nothing, but it's pretty amazing how they adjust their mentality to turn the night into a negative instead of saying hey. Look. This is this is fake. This is fake and why don't we just listened to it because we have an epidemic Epidemic and they spend serious. It's still a serious. But this whole thing is is there's a lot of serious problem. It's who is responsible, and of course, the people should be responsible and and and whatever. But turn this whole thing over to a bunch of politicians and bureaucrats that have special interest in mind to defend in this whole idea of this vaccine I mean the if you're measuring this. On need for a vaccine I would give it a one out of one hundred. If you'd say it's contrived I'd put it up at ninety nine point nine. It just doesn't even if the vaccine is going to be good for some people something like that. But it is not in November is is not an October it by they said, it could take quite a few years really sort it all out because they're dealing with cold virus. And it changes all the time and it changes even during the year here and it fragments in the tests. The tests are totally unreliable. So they have to distort it and don't we have something here today about this distortion. Of A report yeah. Yeah. We do I wanted to finish one thing about read Phil because you you alluded to it and I just wanted to flesh it out a little bit something else in his testimony that that Adam Dick it at the Ron. Paul Institute our Senior Fellow wrote about yesterday is that Redfield also said if the US Senate yesterday quote. Regular life will not begin to return until the second or third quarter of twenty twenty. One why is that? They asked? Well, that's when the vaccine could really be distributed throughout society. The question is now we talked about this earlier this week, I think we're last week that about two thirds or more of Americans do not WanNa take this vaccines right now. At all. So what do people like? Redfield, foul CI and the other is going to do essentially it sounds like they're going to be holding the country hostage. Hey if you guys don't want to take the vaccine, we don't have to open up. A mafia tactic but as time goes on, they're going to have more answering to do because. In Nashville that got caught another one guy got caught on on what they what they have been reporting. You know it was all completely fudged. And they they didn't count the can't count They point out the clustering at nursing homes and and then they falsely claimed that the the bars always assess the problem and we have to be smart enough to know who are essential who aren't essential, and that's a complete nonsense because in in a free. Society. Everybody's essential. Everybody's property is essential and everybody should protect their property and have a right to protect their property but they don't have. This does not condone the government to preempt and say, we know what is best for your health, your safety, your your physical wellbeing, your economic wellbeing, and it is this concept that has been working through population for Hundred Years Really. Bad. So it's very natural when there's a crisis which is concocted and extremely exaggerated the people have no place to go in Utah. Once you teach people to live totally dependent. You know on Largesse and government handouts and the correction has to come there is no easy answer can't be found in the people who created it. It has to come from the people who could have prevented this and that is allowing people to be free. That's why this can be all solved by. No mandates yeah. Well, this Nashville scandal is really something and. Not a big. Big In favor of jails, but really some people do deserve some time behind bars. So what happened Dr Paul? Some emails were leaked of the internal communications between the the city health department and some consultants they had so going back to June thirtieth the Nashville authorities contact traced. People where they found a corona Klausner, where did this come from and they discovered that a thousand cases came from nursing homes about one thousand came from construction and bars and restaurants only produced twenty two cases. So the health department official, Leslie Waller said quote these are in emails. You can see this this isn't going to be publicly released right just to the mayor's office. The adviser Benjamin Eagles said correct not for public consumption. Let's hide the fact that people are not catching this at bars and restaurants that have been close and so a little bit later reporter for the Tennessee lookout nate row. Ask them the figure you gave of more than eighty does lead to natural questions if there've been over twenty thousand positive cases of in nineteen eighty or so or traced to restaurants bars doesn't that mean that the restaurants and bars are not really a big problem and so they panic at this time they panic they call five different health advice how how do I answer this out of the answer? This here's what you find out. from these emails. This is. This is the same official. After he consults quote, my two cents, we have certainly refused to give counts per bar because those numbers are low per site. We could still released the total though, and then a response to the over eighty could be that the number is increasing all the time. We don't want to say a specific number basically are colluding to lie to the media and the rest of us about the fact that bars are not producing and all of these bars shut down because of this, if they don't have a lawsuit if officials don't come in and put these people in the slammer I, don't know what do you think this is going to be victory for the alcohol industry. You know a lot of medications not as much as it used to be, but almost all caught medicines used to have outcome. They probably don't do that. Now you have to probably say, Oh, you're to separated. There's either you know what I think probably happens I. Don't know how behavior is a bar and I don't go to bars. But my guess is people go to bars to socialize and talk, and they probably don't guzzle when they don't have bars are probably at home by themselves and they're probably consuming more alcohol than if they were out socializing with with other people. The principles, the freedom of choice freedom of travel, and do you have a right to leave your house? Do they have the right to compel us to stay in our houses? Can they close churches and all this? It's a it's a big issue and we're delighted when we see breakthroughs where where there is some resistance I think you made some very good points there that this has been discovered but but who's going to really prosecute I we don't know you know next month people won't care or something, and besides it doesn't serve the interests of the establishment and establishment now ten saw to be bipartisan. It's If it has something to do with the big picture, it's very hard to do anything other than what we try to do is get the information out there so that the people will wake up and say enough is enough we want our freedom back. We want to have the state open. We want we want to be able to walk and talk and and not but But now that we know how to use a mask, we have to be careful all expert. Testimony, and the CDC tells us how to use a mask and all of a sudden nobody no more colds snow more cold. It does make you wonder though Dr Paul. This is a scandal because it came out I. Really do wonder how many times this kind of thing was repeated throughout the country you know the whole the the the whole thing on the statistics, how many people died of Corona? And how many? This whole thing about the reporting of this, the cases versus infections. That's that's been the gross distortion. It can't be. Well, it could be but his most likely contrived by some special interests and they know exactly what they're doing I. Mean I think that's why you make this point. This is a very important thing happening in Nashville so. I hope somebody wakes up and looks into that and instead of some of the other things that they're trying to prosecute. Well, speaking of scandals I think we need to move compass a little closer to home. Let's move it over to new braunfels Texas because it's the to being capital of America they build themselves, and this is an article that we saw in the hill in Texas is getting a lot of recognition in the national media but unfortunately, it's all bad and it's all thanks to governor Abbot who's doing a terrible job handling this but here's what avid did. Know, this is a big business out of good pictures a good picture they rent tubes out and people like to float these tubes down the river. It sounds like a pretty fun thing to do would do it myself sometime. Well, here's what Abbas he can't. He can't prohibit people go into the river. So see prohibited them from renting tubes out to people because everyone knows if you're out in the middle of a river by yourself on a Tube Coronas GonNa. Get you know. It. It's crazy. It doesn't make any sense why they will get involved with this and say that you have to have your mask on and then close it down. Where you can't do it, they have to have something more to do but but you know their job is to spend money and sometimes I guess they run out of things to do because all they do is raise taxes spend money interfere with our lives interfere with our liberties and people. We have to obey them, but we're trying to convince people that a little bit of a challenging these laws and letting them know where we stand and that we've had enough is what is necessary? Yeah. We talked earlier this week maybe was even yesterday I'm losing track about the victory of the of the federal judge. In Pennsylvania saying that this violate supported amendment while I think certainly, this looks like it does as well. Thanks to the Pacific Legal Foundation. They took this case on behalf of the tube renters and they wrote a letter to the governor because you know the Schlitterbahn which is a Waterpark, a water theme park they're fine. They were allowed to remain open the same kind of thing but you couldn't you couldn't rent an inner tube and so the Pacific Legal Foundation. wrote a letter to the governor saying, Hey, this is unfair and possibly illegal to signal out these guys, tubes versus these guys with the same kind of thing in these kids. When they go up in the water park, they're close to each other they're spreading all kinds of germs and things. So it really is something serious and I'm glad to see that some of these legal. Foundations especially, those with a more constitutional and libertarian bent or taking up some of these cases is a good example where a small little business that's been dependent on this who who knows when normal we'll come back again and there's so many of these things where it's not coming back and there was a statistically the one on the hill sixty percent of these small business will never. Never come back and and this. This is something that is a resulted bad a bad coffee and it's the little guy, the small businessman but the big corporations were very essential. You had keep the Walmarts win and they these people actually made made more money tremendous increase in. Well, it's more than they ever expected because everybody knows the financial system is geared for the banking business industries and. But. This is one time that it occurred. So quickly, it fit into the scenario, you know the poor get poorer and the rich richer the poor don't get beheld out the rich get more of the money and who benefits the most from that the Marxist. Yeah. Because they make a point which is true. But not for the reason, they think they think there hasn't been enough government spending and force redistribution and they just need more tau. You know tyranny to sort things out but but that is true that these smaller companies are the ones who don't go bankrupt and they don't come back and right now they're frantic in Washington to get the knicks boost boosted trillion dollars. They thought the other day they had had an agreement. The Democrats are even after Pelosi because she wants more and more and more. Some of the No. Because as soon as we use up this money, we already have and spend it wisely, we're going to get a lot more. It is is just insane. Well this was another piece from the hill and it was citing YELP, which is. Highlight restaurants and businesses and things but sixty percent of the businesses that have closed and there's a lot of restaurants and bars they will never reopen and you read the article. Unfortunately, it's always framed in the way because of the corona virus, it wasn't because of the corona virus it was idiotic governmental reaction to corona virus and they'll never come back but I'm going to close out unless we've got some. Items to bring up and I just wanted to I wanna read something really quick because I haven't talked about our friend Tom Woods in a while. You know we talked about him last week and someone commented on our show and I. Love this comments I'm going to read it. There's comment was I did not know he had this Yvonne Paul Homeschool Curriculum I home school and have been going nuts trying to find a better curriculum for my kids then add loss lately. So hit that last clip and we'll remind everyone if you also are going nuts and you're looking for a way. To help your kids really understand as I say every time we're using it and it's working really well with a fifteen year old daughter right now Ron Paul home-schooled dot com go through this portal and get some discounts. It's itself taught it's GonNa, save some time and save some money and save your sanity. So thanks to Tom for doing good work on that home schooling is favourite enterprise for me because I don't think highly of government school. When you read history about how the founders were so well educated and they were I mean they really knew history philosophy and all, and they weren't essentially ever taught by government it was independent and they had tutors and all but they had libraries. It's fascinating to look at the books at Jefferson had and it was and they didn't have to. Undo. The learnings. So much of us at I've made the statement people say, Hey, that's true. It took me a while when I started discovering things as they say they were that I hit to take quite a few times to unwind to unlearn things they were pumped into my brain. Just. Systematically, and softly you know either from schools or television news and movies, and all that that. This is acceptance you know policy, but it takes a while to. Get that out of your mind, and then then when you can eliminate some of the falsehoods, then you can look toward well, what should it be and I think that's the question. Sometimes we fall short we know we know the welfare state doesn't work and we know that interventionist foreign policy doesn't work. But how do you handle things? There's always problems around the world there's freedom of the seas that you have to deal with. Economic problems you have to deal with their medical problem, but does that mean everybody's? Nobody will ever have medical care if you have government involved no, we've had government involved with the corporations and medical care is terrible. That's why we're having this terrible mess with corona vars because you don't know whether this is a medical problem or political problem or or just what's going on and the whole thing is if you resort to the fact that government can't depended on that, you have to look and understand the. Marketplace and free people can solve a lot of the problems they. They can't solve all the problems, but they can do a better job than government can do it. The history has shown that the freer society that larger and more wealthy than middle class is and the more you get more government than you come closer and closer to Venezuela in Zimbabwe, and this is this is the way we're going because I still am. Shocked that what's going on in the streets of this country I thought we would. Be Able to hold off for a little bit longer. In a way, we need time because we have to convert people to what are we gonNa do to put this together. In right now in Washington is not a good sign of what they WANNA do because you don't have to parties. One is for less government. One is for more government. They pretend that case but no, they're offer more money more spending more money and more attack on our liberties. So but this is the time when we ought to be thinking about if this monetary system doesn't work, what are we going to put in place? You want to go back to the gold standard what is actually do you want to do there are explanations for this? It can be found in those hip. Philosophers of the last hundred years who talk mainly about this warned about it all the way back at the beginning of last century when they started the our income tax and the Federal Reserve. So the philosophic issues that they're they're available and yet, and right now I think we're in the upswing more people are getting interested in more young people are involved. So in that sense I think things are going well but not if you look at what's happening in Washington or look at the evening news or look at our streets in our cities, burning down and not and looking at the budget. Hits. It's a mess but it it can work. I can work out for the better and I believe that we still have enough liberties where we can present our case in the message will be spread. Even if they do sanctions on saw social media, they can't stop an idea whose time has come and believe me the time has come for the restoration of the principles of liberty. Want to thank everybody for tuning in today. Please come back soon.

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Talking Shop with 10 Entrepreneurs | Inside 4Ds

"Help people get over their era by actually kissing the girl by actually throwing the person in the pool by actually skydiving. It's the universal truth everything. You were scared of became less scary after you did it. Hey ruin this is nick head of education at the Sasha Group and we are finally back for another episode of inside forties. We did a couple of these at the end of twenty eighteen and I'm super excited to get back in the mix and provide some added commentary on top of Gerry's one on one consulting portion of the Forties Day for those of you who do not know the digital discovery and deep dive is a full immersion how that main REX's offices in New York London in Los Angeles and soon to be Chattanooga Tennessee lookout for more on that in future dates and recordings of inside forties but for now l.. Let's get into the episode. This is very recent session from Los Angeles Office at the beginning of July. I will cut into the episode from time to time with added commentary that might be missing from the audio experience but nonetheless. We're glad to be back and please enjoy this episode of inside forties. Hello Hello. How are you going to see how are you. I'm I've got a flight that I can't miss something to try to be less dramatic and tried to really drill it home and so. It's really great to see you guys. How's it going so far ex go well. I'm they know some of you in the past slump ready to go around and give me context one more time on where you're at and what you're doing and then we'll go into the questions uh before we get too far into this episode. I wanted to address one of the pieces of feedback that we've gotten from previous episodes. The Mike Situation is one that we've struggled with breath because we don't want to disrupt the flow of the conversation between Gary and the attendees within the Forties Day so I'm going to quickly introduce everybody. That's in the room and give a little context next on their business. As Gary goes through the room and answers questions. You'll have a little bit more context on who these people are and what their businesses entail. The first attendee comes from two separate businesses. One is a hormonal replacement center that has multiple locations and the other is a personal injury law firm. That's predominantly held in Denver and Arizona the next is a craftsman and woodworker who comes to us with an impressive youtube tube following his YouTube Channel Mak- would sign and he is super interested in understanding how to increase conversion and his own direct consumer consumer site for the next group. We have multiple members from the same team. The team is iris there. A medical device company that specifically is in dentistry who has a very impressive product and background story that they're trying to figure out how to open up those B to b but also create beat AC- demand on the customer side and last attendee in the room is the founder and C._E._o.. Of The clothing brand beautiful disaster she left her fulltime job to pursue her passion and and she has a conversation with Gary about scaling her business and obstacles in pursuing a more entrepreneurial path fats everybody in the room now. Let's get into this episode of inside forty s great. Let's go right into the questions all right so with us. Being in Denver we spend about two million bucks a year in advertising advertising on television. Yeah Excessive C._E._O.. That kind of stuff we realize that the way that we need to go this way and so we're not familiar at all everyone nick here. I know we're only a couple of minutes into the episode but I WANNA do apologize. I know I said I would try to Gary to stop chewing but he doesn't listen to me so you'll have to deal with it for the next few minutes but otherwise the episode is crystal clear so it's a two part question first is for Denver. How do we transition and how do we measure how the transition go should go percentage wise into that in Arizona where we just opened two months ago two hundred grand in in ten cases so it's not a good it's not a two hundred grand in and TV yes ten cases in case and what would you need for two hundred grand for Your Business Model. We'll basically <music> our average right now. In Denver again. The Arizona cases we don't know yet but our averages fourteen thousand in Denver and so we assume same fee they're going to be over ten cases of break-even on two hundred K. months then by herself and so you're asking how to measure transition transition and I got I got so much for Denver. There's only two things you can do one so I'm going to jump around and because I want to give answers that always bring valid for everybody measuring the R._O._I.. Something isn't predicated on just doing it. Its predicate Kim how good you are at it right so this is where people get caught with this question the everything I'm about to say the complete variable is how good when you are at the thing that includes television the place where everybody gets caught in television in Instagram Amazon in everything is they get something to work in their math and then they'll realize that they still have they can still innovate their creative to do better. You're getting twenty eight cases in Denver her. The reality is you've been running that same commercial for so long you might be able to get forty nine if that commercial was better so one of the great things about digital versus television is your ability to even when something works. I'm just trying to make sure we established that because that is the big punch line here. When I tell you what I'm about to tell you which is well. It's easy you can take take ten twenty twenty five fifty or seventy five percent of the money in Denver you move it to facebook and Youtube and at the end of the month if you did better against the way it's not super hard map. The problem is first of all it takes time for something to kind of actually create brand which is why you're seeing a difference difference in Arizona versus Denver because by the thirteenth time because I listened to the same Buchan radio station that I hear your shit convert versus the first time in Arizona but that's just a big difference. That's brand number two so in Denver. I would do a couple of things one. I feel confident that you understand understand how to do the creative and the media distribution. What's everyone's like digital so great cool. It's also super hard like what makes it great is. What makes is it hard. There's unlimited variations and always constant movement what made T._V. and print and radio and billboards so great for everybody is the distribution became locked and you knew what you're locking walking into and the only conversation last six years has been the creative. You're not debating how the billboard works. I guess digital came along digital billboards that would be example but in my world tomorrow tomorrow. INSTAGRAM can change a feature that creates new arbitrage the actual distribution changes. What is amazing about digital. Though is we can do seventy ninety four variations of content not just one. How long have you been running the same commercial in Denver we run them about six months and then James Barth cut and so do you have a hall of fame though like if something like reboot something we do to a degree but the individual the weird thing is is <music>. Our guy is a medical doctor and an attorney and so he's a unicorn so it cuts the messaging compared to all here's what I would do. If I were you on in Denver over I would spend eighty percent of the I would spend eighty percent of the money that you spend right now on T._v.. And I would force yourself creatively or look at your hall of fame or push yourself to get one hundred percent of the results for eighty percent of the dollars which then takes pressure off on you completely skinning your knee and chipping your tooth and bleeding king and finding your way through digital but you've got twenty percent of the money creatively and media wise to be able to do that and that would that's what that's what I would do as the most conservative conservative as the most aggressive. I'd go fifty fifty but that's what you need to do. You need to me the reason I love giving advice of. Take the eighty and make it act like one hundred. You're working with House money on the twenty percent digital and I'm always reminding people like hey. It's not like you're taking money away because if you take it away and then you're hurting you're going to be impatient with my shit and my shit is testing in perpetuity. If you guys saw the Texas chain between me and my team I'm changing my mind forty three times a day like the so much because that's what unlimited distribution and unlimited creative variables because of the costs associated do you can't buy. I can buy eight dollars worth of Youtube. That could be effective. You can't do that on television. I can do a thing on an iphone. You know I think all those people on television look too slick and full of Shit. I think if you took your Unicorn and he just something on a bucket iphone phone with bad lighting and you ran that shit that might come her better because it feels like more authentic so those are some of the themes as far as Arizona. There's too many variables for me to give you a thoughtful answer. What I would the thoughtful answer I would give you is take advantage of the fact that it's new and actually do a ton of you've different. Shit in Arizona see what may click because you might get into micro insight on a pre roll you too bad if you're not doing pre roll youtube based on people search queries. You have have to do that so I'm sure there's three or four core competitors you have in Denver. They're trying to do the same shit you could actually buy pre roll youtube based on people searching an injury or claims. There's so much you can do for all of you special to be pre roll YouTube. That's based on what people are. Searching on on Google is one of the best ads you could have people you can have a dentist searching dentist terminology but happens to be Gary v then he goes and watches Gary B._B._D._o.. Oh and you're popping up as the pre roll. That's powerful some very very hard on pre roll youtube based on Google search query for that's agnostic nick and something I would do quite a bit of a work and then I think one of the other things that I would spend a lot of time on is a hell of a lot more digital auditing of every attorney injury personality on the Internet. I think you should invest whether it's you or the person below you but no further than that over one hundred hours of qualitative consumption of every personal brand. I'm trying to convert on facebook instagram youtube to just see if there's anything you see one of the biggest mistakes one of the things. I've never talked about that. I'm starting that literally. LILLIES might be the first time talking about this. What's good about two weeks vacation. You get the fuck I don't. I don't know if I'm articulating enough to people how much fucking research I'm doing. I'm now. I'm doing it with audience. I'm not seeing what Richard Branson's doing or other I don't do that. I just consume everything. My audience is doing with me. Everything thank all of it I just I I'm just reading all the fucking comments so that got vice I got for you in just was pretty good to see. 'em Consistent Yeah. That's exactly what you started. The next week got fairly good results but I struggling figuring out what they're asking to be. What we'RE GONNA say they'll generalists to the youtube channel will? My trailer is kind of thing. Being so it's the creative part of it that is huge exactly no different to me saying look you should become a basketball player. There's only fifteen of them on the team mm-hmm. The salary CAP is super high. It's a really good idea to become a basketball player. If you're seven years old right now because you will make a billion dollars in twelve years and it's a fairly sleep good thing to do the next question is are you good enough to be a basketball player so the vices right and this is back to where I'm going to go with this. Please make make sure that you don't become an I know you well enough. Because of our interactions I want you to do unlimited variations and as much as you can be motivated to do that that that is the game you do understand that one moment you get a spark of using a different adjective or it's fucking hailstorm is outside and you just like it just one moment you're literally one moment from one version of creative and one search query because it's too creative processes. What are they searching like the third. Everything might be underwear and I don't want to send you down a crazy rabbit hole but it is scary to me that I'm giving you dentists. That's literal but maybe the terminology she was. M._B._A.'s like you don't really know and it could cost you nothing. My big thing is that production value does not have to be extraordinarily ordinarily expensive as a matter of fact this literally the thought that just came to mind I haven't talked about I think maybe you should only do all of it on your iphone upfront. See if there's a little painter and and then maybe you come in on top of it and make the production value go a little bit up on the fact that you've found something creatively. This is all bottom up. How many different versions versions of content did you do for pre rolls too so that's what I want to encourage you to like make eighty nine and then how many different search queries right so you're at two or three videos versus. I don't know how many search query groupings you've done on a couple. It doesn't good which is because it's easier and what's interesting is the creative is probably the bigger variable and so. I think you don't over the creative and then the second question is because one I apologize because it's intuitive to me. I think you can massively over index with people that are forty eight to seventy two around just like you know no different than quit and exert nature. I also think you're doing its generation of family business. There's a lot of things that are more macro than the literal nature of what you're selling a lot of people that by my wine that are don't drink wine just co-signing bannon. I think you represent something for a generation that might be fruitful something about you know not that everybody needs to become a motivational character but it's one of the places it's one of the creative you should run. I'll give me an example terminology around changing your career or starting new business at sixty and then your video is starts starts rush. You know what they're doing so you're starting with like look how fifty nine great like. I'm fifteen. I love this shit like that may be the reason they convert you. See where I'm going going. Do you see people get too literal. I'll give you a good one for dentistry. One of the things I've been super fascinated with when you read a ton lawyers doctors and dentists that are thirty nine to sixty two are stunningly miserable because a lot of them did it because they were supposed to or had add to that in itself is a crazy insight for your business that you can completely triple down on as a connection point with them that could transform your business because it's a human insight they're part of the generation that still did what they were supposed to do or what their dad told them to do or like that right eight because they're unhappy because what they really were was a rapper because what they really were was sign. Zuyder or a winemaker maker but they had to become a dentist and I think that is if you just lean into that content if you start on youtube video of like. Are You a dentist because Your Dad told you to that alone will convert scary so that's something I think you should play with business. The generational the thing if you made five pre roll videos just on how to make a successful family business because you're the sun and then there's somebody under they do your like your your crazy. You're perfect you played underneath and you played above so you're talking to everybody in the family business. It's kind of what I've done with my dad and A._J.. It's given me the ability to play for both sides you should do five different pre roll videos just on that and against family business search church queries and see what they do. Everyone Nick here cutting in really quickly because Gary is now gone through two of the attendees in the room and giving strikingly strikingly similar advice we've seen him address directly the personal injury law firm out of Denver and Arizona and Eric from Mak- Woodside the Youtube Channel and the common theme that I'm hearing that I want to bring to the foreground is creative is ultimately the variable whether or not you're targeting targeting unique audiences in different cities where you're trying to target people in different parts of their career or looking for the next chapter. Gary consistently underlines that creative native is the variable now what digital gives us the ability to do is target at a granular level like never before the thing that's missing for a lot of brands and businesses businesses is the ability to create content that matches back to those targets and then as you'll hear Gary already in this episode so far what he likes to to do is balanced those ideas off of other people and businesses in the room so you've seen him make references to the group of dentists in the room and now you're GonNa hear them. Go back in to speak but the rest of the attendees. Let's get back into the episode and by the way you know what's fun about this and direct noses with the same level of passion. I do this all time. I'm usually happier if everything I'm saying right. Now doesn't work because this is science. The nosers valuables the S.'s and that's not what television or a booth at at a convention does there is no ability to play also they tested in perpetuity constantly testing in perpetuity. GimMe t-shirt direct. I want to wear it on jacked so companies grow. Nice live with less twenty years. How did it start. How did when the founders wanted to solve a problem from talking about her? The previous ten. I'm yours agenda stood liner a business gruesome sight of startup side business was scratch contract and it's often seems to weaken role from that one of the Johns systemically business time was the customer. Churn product requires dentist you. They're working on different ways like nice icing. Yes yes saw navigators systemically that true your your leaking so we focus on that subject. Pretty Lounge by listening out started got water the only way listen to country totally understand keep the same. You can imagine how much I love listening and being like comets because if you noticed what you did for your business is a lot more fun to just lay your underpants and read about why should keep on so at the same time one of the challenges as our new customer acquisitions looking so make sense are that is the crossing the chasm early authors more at end the end the end the market for customer acquisition in the macro has changed that is just the punchline. It's like it's very real. Shit has changed. So has that's changing. I'm going to go where there's this balanced between brand selling. Which is the got checked? It's really for the long run. It's about brand of course I'll <hes> so. Let's talk about the army versus. Navy seals right the reason it works is because we do not send the army in to kill Osama bin. Laden that is sales and branding it can't be every and this is not picking sales and marketing under one thing all the way to the top or wherever it goes above you is a tricky game because inevitably. He's held accountable or again. I don't know the but you know where I'm going with this. Everybody fucks up marketing because they're going to always lean into sales because they need short term objectives the that's where leadership has to come in and create rules rules for engagement. I Love Eighty twenty. It's why I love Army and Navy Seals. It's why I win. I create businesses like Bainer. That is my foundation of eighty and then I taste with twenty percent around it. That's how ex-cop built and then even outside the universe. That's how the case Swiss and the empathy winds and all that is that what works that's marketing because everybody's a sales your sales organization so let's put a little fund on the side title or a little team on the side and that's marketing and if it goes to dead zero you've decided at the macro level that eight hundred thousand dollars to zero is super fine by me because you know it's not. GonNa be dead zero but now you've created autonomy and lack of confusion and to actually make that happen same thing. I told him in the macro. It's what I want you. You do have been ex same reason okay. We try to do everything under vader here. The things we learned for Sasha minute now it Sasha in fucking pure and we'll keep going commerce's. GonNa kick out too because kicked out right now. Robbie has to navigate it's organs within bodies create a separate body sales and marketing mixed and that means you're actually doing sales and if marketing is put into a place where it's all upside because marketing is grey. It is intuitive right so if if the rule is five hundred thousand I'm making and like there's no like at the end of day. It's like if you were the head of it for me. I'd like it's five hundred thousand and my team will tell you this. James will definitely tell you this. It's like I don't give a fuck. We'll talk at the end of the year. Explain yourself but I have no fucking judgment. I'm not booing or cheering along the game. Just tell me when it's triple zero and explained to me why we lost one thousand two hundred eight or why we won one twelve eight and you just hold that person accountable. That's how marketing needs to work because that's marketing. You have to be able to do something ridiculous like by fifty thousand. It's not worth of bananas and send them to dentists just because it's so ludicrous that they're like what the fuck you sir. I'm going like as phillies what I just said to you you you you wouldn't be shocked. How smart what I just said. Actually is based on how silly it sounds. The world is busy. The way you breakthrough is by breaking patterns veterans if you're a fucking dentist and get a banana sent to you in the mail and you wrote a note on it in Penn.. That's just weird weird enough to give you awareness for fifty thousand dollars worth of bananas. I think that's worthy of breaking this up a little bit now. If you're you're sitting in your car or your at the office and you're shaking your head how ludicrous and ridiculous that sounds you're probably among the majority but I think what's super important. For an end you know one of the highlights for me running for DIS is we get to break the patterns of people in the way they think about their businesses every day. Don't I don't like Gary does a tremendous job of is really that creative variable and putting ideas in front of you that just helped shift mindset when you think about marketing your brand or business. Let's get back into the episode but what's really fun is is when you know your industry so when you're industry and let's say fluorides getting demonized or the emergence of like you know I don't fuck you know but like and there's something like funny like an inside joke joke and then that is your banana now really got something right wine comp Rosie so hot that what I would do an anti Rosa movement like I would send everybody a bottle. If I'm trying to get the wind retailers I would send them like a sparkling wine named fuck rose that would get everybody's attention because you would be playing to what's happening. That's so that was that's just like me telling him pre roll youtube and that's right. When I told you is right but what you fill it with the banana the that's the game as you can imagine if you've played this out? This fell in love with the Internet. Wait a minute unlike when I was doing print radio and television I only had one chance to figure it out now. I have thirty one chances to figure out if it's banana or floride or fuck fuck got it and then what you do is you build build a team that makes that affordable you know like the amount of money people people that are trying to replicate my model but are overspending on the tech or the lighting or the post production like that's not gonNa work. If you're running a motorboat you don't fill it. The the same way you fulfill a cruise ship. It's going to sink and that's what people are doing their overthinking and then that then led to the next part which is don't over think your content because that wasn't the physical manifestation of mental manifestation manifestation owners jump in and look at their instagram account and I don't like that picture like breaks the whole machine like all these things thinks he can talk marketing blurbs might grow up here. The yes yes matters like video is the answer. That's the punch would video does is allows everything trickle underneath because you can turn into written you can turn it into audio rican to turn into into micro video if you don't start with that you're limited which is okay but the answer is yes. It is highly important if you can do video now how you the video is the next to be so where I was worried about my own advice is that people take things so literal that they let me think they have to be like me like I can't wait and by the way there's millions of these people I just have. I don't do the homework but the only people are super monotone on just information based on doing extremely well on Youtube or podcast. They're not charismatic. They don't curse. They just know their shit that to me. This is utility ability and entertainment so I work really well because I do both but one or the other is more than fine. Models models and comedians are doing well because they're bringing entertainment and escapism and like P._H._d.. Engineers can do well on linked in because they really know their craft and the eighty-seven people are trying to get to appreciate that right. I saw you shouldn't go right like I like to like. You could see where I'm going with the content guys like I love the idea of like going at the human truth of like. Are you unhappy in your profession right like that just a whole <music>. I think your profession uniquely is one of the six or seven that you can get real upside but then there's also what I would tell you on. The utility side is put out information that helps every dentist in the world that has nothing to do with your product and service another great so then I would say imagine that you sold the company and became dentist daily the number one provider of information for dentists in the world and the only rule rule this new company is you can't put out content that had to do with your prior company and then start pumping out that content what payments are received should use which which APP is the best lead Gen for you to get clients why five dentists should start a micro-fund together to invest in information for them that is massively possibly valuable as a top of the funnel awareness once it brings them value. My entire business model is to guilt people into doing business with me because I provide so much fucking value. That's what you do it will work and crush Lincoln so like cool now decide the creatives thing pound Lincoln. You can target dentists question for you. What about <hes> we were talking about to be? We also have <hes> awareness issue about E._M._C. Because you think that C can give you leverage with being I I think it can if people are more aware of uh-huh pediatric the pediatric element of businesses extremely strong because parents the reason my kid I the value of this by using so how do I that's the fucking most like listen. That's the best like this why loved Intel right until did such a good job with C.. As chip provider that we weren't willing to buy your computer less intelligent side of it like yeah I mean listen you. No nothing would now. You're talking about the thing that would be interesting for me to work on because nothing makes me more happy than to force some dentists. That's Dick face and doesn't I don't WANNA use us to have to use us because we went after his customers or her customers and forced him to the best feeling in the world. I love it so yeah. I think there's something they are now consumers. It's harder but you know what's what's ironic. My first intuition on that is parents are scared in a way that like is really fucked up actually and this is the greatest generation of over fearful parents and I would probably exploit that I would pump a lot facebook will crush rush for you on this you know and this is where you're thinking about. Basically at its most simplest form. I'm going to make this assumption and obviously things are changing in our society but still for moms or making these decisions so I would probably get moms around four to five core messages around fear to pressure their dentists are the one that I would do micro testing in places where you think you have good penetration of the first thing I'd probably do or where do we the best penetration of dentists. I'm just using US cool. It's Denver okay. Let's tack Denver and see what happens because then there's a lot of options for them to switch versus you know Comedians is king. Even if you scare scare them that they're gonNa you know Oh Shit my only options forty five minutes away fucking let the kid cry you know so that's something to think about but I would go with videos like whether it's testimonials whether it's like reenacting scenes like mom's loved it like thank everybody but in this scenario like just literally hiring college students or starving actors to do like a two minute video like reenacting a scene that this happened in your house else. There's a lot of smart stuff you can do and you're always one video way. Which is why I want you to make more? There's like a million and one questions in my head but I'll I'll leave this one. How do what do you what do you think is the best way to figure out what is a value to our audience <hes> they are in their disease? Yes and they're very busy and we reach out or listen to them on facebook a lot of the assistance distance. It's the exhilarates on facebook camps. No it's not is it in person I chose for instance this or one a little so. I'm a big fan of golf and wine so I think you I think you should que- semi annual events that you spend some real mark this now. This is why marketing getting Spun Right Flying in twenty five people getting a nice steak dinner like Santa Barbara's good so you're you know already like honestly early but the way the wind businesses right now I probably go knock on every winery in Santa Barbara Inevitably. Somebody's like literally asked for free like look. We're GONNA bring fifty dentists that I'd have money. We want everything free. WanNa come to the winery. What the Central Free Dinner Free Free now cool seven hundred other wineries in Santa Barbara? Somebody's in trouble got it. I'd probably do that and then I would run ads or do direct calls you can play two ways you could prospect and run ads and say hey. We're doing this thing. Fill out a form for selecting velvet rope or if you want the information tripling down your V._I._P.'s or I've always liked the be list in a lot of people do everything for their top customers. I've always looked to be was an interesting customer right because they could become an a or you could lose them. So you see where I'm going. I could see you're picking up what I'm putting down so golf and wine and anything else golfing wandering just intuitive to me because that's what I was in the Weinstein and I just know people ludicrous golf events but there's there might be something. That's really natural to Your D._N._A.. Might be rafting might be camping. It might be bowling but like creating something. Somebody actually wants to do then layering a a conversation in whatever forum you do it as you can. Imagine wine is super conducive to that because it's a wind dinner you then overlay the thesis of this is actually dentist. I I started something called Agent Two thousand twenty one because it was about it was about the bigger thing so maybe this is not even about you. Maybe this about dentist industry symposium. I always like using the futures dentistry twenty twenty-five right like where's it going so with the conversation. Maybe pull some sort of maybe east back marketing. Maybe spend five thousand bucks to have somebody who has gravitas in the industry. I don't know the industry well enough for like a retired athletes carries weight. That's why they pay hanker and ten thousand bucks because somebody wants that Selfie and that got them in the room and then they got the question they wanted answered. It's just arbitrage. It's just arbitrage but how you package. The arbitrage is the game right when you're calling me as a dentist. I know you're looking for information fuck. You not interested right. You're inviting me dentist twenty twenty-five you're going to educate educate me on what to do on social media to build my practice. I'm going to be able to play golf and have dinner and hang they're interested to seventy nine thousand dollar investment but the Infos those valuable because then we can take that message and if you spend and back to like what we're talking about you make fifty people twenty five be clients and twenty-five prospects expects get real interesting real fast got it so those are all the nuances you walk him. Hey everyone it's neck cutting again really quick something thing. It'll marketing his advice here to hold an event for dentists in Santa Barbara California. That's geared to educating them and entertaining banning them has little to nothing to do with social and digital media ultimately it all comes back to practicality. What is the best solution for Your Business Business and I think that's what's most important to Gary to give the advice or the guidance? That's going to work the best for Your Business. Let's get back into the episode. Okay you're going to tiebreaker between my husband and I can't wait. I'm going to call happiness or sadness brought to try to lead the witness so I believe in exclusively model you can only gave lead the witness the next seventy model and you can only get beautiful disaster from beautiful disaster much very similar to Victoria secret model replace their out of Amazon dot book the interest. You're both right because you know he wants to do. Full trip and say the whole cream both right so what it decides what business you want to build. We want to build a business where other people aren't China take our customer. I understand that that's what I'm saying that because then you get then you you're going into the tactic of why you want your model at you need to figure out what business you're building so for example. You're looking to run slower. He's looking to run faster. That's that's the actual manifestation of this conversation which is okay business. You're building right like you know to you. It's your baby. Which is why you don't want anybody to fuck it up to him? He's trying to think about how to grow it quicker. He's okay with a two times return. I like the retail dollar. He's okay with wholesome. That's a different conversation. I think an elites the next question which is what business are you trying to build like like the answer to your question in comes in what do you do you both agree on where you want revenue and profit to be in twenty twenty-five because if you don't already the debate becomes convoluted yes okay well. Then what is that because because if you both agree where you want to be in twenty twenty-five all I have to understand where to businesses is that now and how realistic the numbers are you're predicated on the data and then the reality is he's probably going to be right because it's too short of a window for you to do it your way so which is why it's fun for me because the reason I I never won anything in two thousand twenty five or twenty twenty two or twenty twenty-nine which allows me to be a marathon runner. If I had any arbitrary number goal ever. I'd be a sprinter. I think we have a twenty twenty-eight goal of one hundred fifty million but that's a bullshit answer right in a good way. You just made that up like why not to thirteen why not eighty seven then you know what I mean and I think you need to think about that okay. I'm giving you that in a loved way the same as quit that you you also meet up why I mean you might have a very good answer which is like hey gary actually because we want to buy this island for seventy six million dollars and if we sell for dollar for dollar at one fifty that's our post tax money and we're GONNA buy this island in Peru and I'm like okay now. You're right otherwise you're just making up Shit predicate on the data that you're sitting with right now. It's just arbitrary you. This is how you answer this question all right. You're both right but the actual cause you gotTa make a decision is predicated on. Do you have a number. Do you want to sell the brand one day don't you do you emotionally care about somebody discounting discounting it when they told you they weren't going to do you give a fuck. Don't you the reason so many things are easy for me is. I don't give a fuck. He's using like signature on. I have no idea what the fuck he's talking about. My signature is my most important I._p.. And I don't give a fuck because I like him and five fifteen cases forty but you know he's people freak the fuck out with that like so like it just matters. The answer is very individual. You know there's like most of the things I do. Most people don't agree with most of the things I do. Most people don't agree with because I'm unique in my lack of interest in short term money and I'm now starting to debate even money in itself. I just like my process and if you want to choose your process will then it's going to happen slower and that's okay but will it. That's that's where it gets. Yes it will brick and mortar model Elyse no because the up let me phrase if you execute everything properly more distribution will lead to more revenue it just it will if both are done properly you fuck it up to your point like look if you deal with lows and they fuck it up you know Kohl's and they do something so shitty that it hurts your to your point. It might not but yes. There's a reason that licensed brands get the higher dollars quicker because you're the friction of getting the product I have no idea about your brand but when I go on Amazon and search something and your brain pops up now I do and I live on Amazon. Not Your fucking dot com listen. James will be when James can talk to you guys about like why I didn't WanNa do James Walks into my business like we were getting so much deal flow and he was really logically in a great way. He's like hey. I'm going to create all these Jeez on the outside. We're just getting money. People come in. We'll send it to carol to do that kind of stuff and we'll get a commission like no no and like you know it's because I just wanted to create everything for myself. I was willing to go slower. We could have made a lot more revenue but that's how playboy got destroyed it bastardized zip brands and so like it just depends on what you want. One makes sense and it starts with both how you want it you know and then how much right I was talking about how you make your money's more important than how much it's like putting your pillow saint like this your baby easy for him to say you know what I mean and so you might be fearful what fucking Walmart does with it for sure well but but but but there is no cake and eat it too you will get to the Revenue Avenue Faster. You will very likely all right everyone. I've seen this happen so many times a forties attendee comes in <hes> and then want Gary to be tiebreaker between them and their business partner or business partners here. We have an example of where there's two founders I co founders to operators of the same business and they might have different goals or they have the same goal but they both want to take different different routes to get to that end goal. Now what's fun about this. One is that instead of Gary asking them to evaluate the goal he asked them to evaluate their y lie and that is where the disconnect is between those two operators as soon as you can identify your why and make sure that there's alignment the goal <music> becomes more clear for both of you. That was a fun. Let's get back into the episode cool. Anybody got something random before I head out got one real the random thing with the three different businesses yes with should I try to double or triple down on my strengths within each business for scheduling time doing my thing thank you personally one hundred percent like nothing I believe in more than the fact that most people lose is they waste time on trying to fix it. That's number fixable possible and what I mean by. That is what I mean by that is I'm not going to be an N._F._l.. quarterback and I'm not going to be not high-energy. You guys understand that. If I was thirteen percent less high energy that I would be two times bigger. There's a lot of people that can't deal with my energy understand it. If I didn't curse that I have twelve million followers not six like people don't get it like but I'm just a buyer of like being who you are and to your the point I do think in thirty year terms you get further just not in five and then you added three more but you know what I mean he's going. I think you're right in thirty year window. I think he might be right a five year window got it. I could be so much bigger if I- toned it down a hair cleaned up a little language today not in twelve years got it understand that's how I think about strengths and weaknesses weaknesses seem help people get over their era by actually kissing the girl by actually throwing the person in the pool by actually skydiving correct. It's the universal truth everything you were scared of became less scary after you did it and then you're like why the fuck was I scared of that. Do you think it's possible for a company to build a personal connection to their customers just without having her son Yes Mexico came on everything. Take Care bye-bye who's going where Iraq. I think it's reputation right. It's all school shit but old school should take old school tactics right but new stuff can be gateway drugs to old school tactics. That's the example I gave you. You can recruit twenty-five new dentists through linked in for your old school dinner. I used digital to be a gateway drug ugh to old school ship and then I get smart about this old school shit I like this. How did I make it much better? DIRAC films that which could lead to three pieces of content that creates top of the funnel for me becomes even more valuable Q._N._A.. Is My best format because it gets me into new thoughts that I'm not getting to myself got it. The whole framework is built to make everything work. Which is why I'm able to charge so little for the value because I'm amortizing out of getting the content which creates top of funnel make sense? I love when people secretly talk to each other from portage like it's real especially like people were getting real. It's a real good deal if you actually do the thing we say you know feels great. You know I'm an S._M._e.. Right I come from in this world so it's fun everyone if you've made it this far I'm sure you've gotten some serious nuggets of golden wisdom from this episode of inside forties. We appreciate you listening so much and as always we appreciate the feedback on these episodes. If you'd like to send me a note and you can always reach me at nick the SASHA DOT COM as well as on instagram at Nick de Mayo and lastly okay. I just want to give you some upcoming forty dates. 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631. Key NFC Playoff Implication Games + Why Urban Meyer Would Be Successful in the NFL

NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

46:01 min | 2 weeks ago

631. Key NFC Playoff Implication Games + Why Urban Meyer Would Be Successful in the NFL

"And now move the sticks with daniel jeremiah and fucking brooks. What's up everybody walking to move the sticks. Dj bucky back with you. Buck has gone by and everything is good can play. Dj like this is crazy Outstanding football weekend ahead We have the playoff implication gains. Were teams are trying to get into the postseason of win and go home games. I love to absolutely watch and then later on in. I mean during the course weekend we get college football playoff an hour really care about the playoff prospects. They're into play all weekend. Yeah i'm looking forward to that. Those those semi-final games gonna be a lot of fun on the college side. We've got some big. Nfl games which are going to get into today about some of these big nfc playoff games on the episode we'll We'll preview a little bit of that. Afc what the weekend's going to look like they're wanna talk about the bills in the chiefs. What we saw from the bills game. They closed that gap a little bit with kim. Chief seems like the bills are playing really. Well the chiefs are kind of just getting by and look a little bit bored We're going to air a little bit of Our interview that we had previously with coach. Urban meyer whose name has come up with some of these coaching openings. Would that make sense. Do you like that. Not like that So we'll have some fun with that as well. But i say we start right here with that conversation on the bills Are are you buying them as somebody that could not only give the chiefs game but somebody that could actually get through the chiefs. Look really good right now. I think they're playing their best football. The thing that. I'm kind of reluctant to jump all the way in on. I need to see josh allen in the postseason because the game is so much different in the postseason than it is in the regular season speeds and fees up everything is quicken has matured enough to come the handler. That last year we saw in the playoff game against the houston. Texans it got a little fast form at the end and you kind of revert back. I just wanna see has matured enough to get them over the hump. I think he has a better supporting cast around him. Stefan digs makes a world of difference because he was absolutely wearing out and Man i think i think that matters because to have a guy that you know that you can go to when all the chips down. I think that certainly helps him. But i think this team is certainly trending in the right direction. But i think the pressure in the playoffs is a little different. I just wanna see their quarterback in handle. He's passed all the tests. Were flying colors. That's the only reservation. I have in terms of in this matchup. It comes down to quarterbacks. Can josh allen outdoor pet mahomes if the game breaks out onto a shootout like that and i actually see that happening. I know the chiefs are not coming off their best offensive performance. But they're going to have at least one maybe two weeks of rest now. They're going to be fresh and ready to roll. Here is the only team that gets a by which is a huge deal in the afc. I don't see them. I don't see them scoring thirty pointsman. They're they're going to score. The chiefs are going to score. So you're going to have to find your way into one of those shootouts and you're going to have to finish drives your buffalo. You're gonna have to absolutely finished drives. Which is something. They've done a good job of yeah. They have done a great job of nothing. We called a thursday night game when the bills took on the kansas city. Chiefs and steve. Spagnolo hit josh allen with all kinds of stuff and he didn't really handle it. Well so has he gotten better from that point to where we will see them. Potentially match up in the afc maybe afc championship game. I think that's the thing. But i do believe when you're facing the kansas city chiefs. You might as well already look at the school board. I noted they have thirty. And if you're not you're not going to beat them if you can't put thirty plus on board and so your office has to have enough gears in explosiveness to be able to get that kind of production so yeah you're gonna be forced to play an office of game in theory 'cause you're gonna have to continue to put points on the board and we go back to that game which again we did. We did call that one for amazon. If you remember the chief just ran it down their throats because the bills were content shrank. Keep the ball front of him. Like a lot of teams of kansas city chiefs and the chiefs were incredibly patient and just took the run game and just just marched it right down the field and that strategy was flawed because the game was very tight and competitive into the fourth quarter two bills in my mind even though Cloudy was alarmed. Running game was going bonkers. They still headed under control. The thing will be the second time around. Will the bills employer similar strategy. Because you know the cancer of seen debt so they'll have a counter to your tactic. So what is your counter to the counter tactics years is too great chestnuts but i will say the buffalo bills have been proved and this is a team that has steadily improved each and every week. And when you see them play and you see them take your business. The way they took care of business against the patriots i think it speaks volumes about the maturity of this team like they focus bunch and bills mafia has to be excited about the potential that this team has yeah they. They ended up forcing a couple of field goals on that first game actually did hold the chiefs under thirty but if you remember the weather was terrible was terrible in that game and it just again. It felt like even though the game was close. It just felt like the chief for kind of in control the game at all times yet. They were controlling the fi. They were keeping them obey with the jazz they could. They know that they could probably score. Get the big power punch whenever they wanted the four sixty six to two zero six day like it was that close of a game and and that's the thing because the thing isn't about the bills defense is. What is the bills offense going to be able to do against a unit. And i'm not saying that the chiefs defense their world leaders but they play a unique style because they know they're always playing from in front so they can be a little more creative they can be a little more exotic and take some heavy blitz because if we give one it doesn't matter office go and get it back. That is a scary defense face. When you're having to deal with that kind of stuff and so buffalo has to improve offensively in this match up. There would take take place if they had the face the chiefs again and no doubt but again it does look like that's where we're headed potentially in the afc championship game the one team. I'm telling you. I know they've had injuries. And they're missing ronnie stanley. And i'm telling you man they have nothing to lose. Baltimore has nothing to lose so dj to me. I think big in are they. The fifth seater to sixty i i can tell you. It's all it's all jumbled up it's all it's all depending on what i will say this about the buffalo bills. The buffalo bills don't necessarily need to see to baltimore rape exceed right now. Okay so that means they were probably played the three seed they will play pittsburgh. It'd be baltimore pittsburgh in a For the third time thirteen. I be a great game but bought below. Baltimore is complex and embodied did a great job onto embodies breakdown. He was talking. He showed some of the things you doing with the run game in terms of like all of this stuff you know. They've gone to sprinted out but they're retaining the physicality because they're running What we call the power scheme and the counter scheme and they're pulling the backside guard and tackle with the running back point opposite and lamar jackson. Potentially reading diseases abandon going back with the pullers and all of the eye candy with deceptive motion the pullers. And all that. If you're not on your game they will actually blood and you an lamar jackson's ability to not only run it at times but to give it to read it and do all these things. They present a lot of problems think. They've also embraced who they are. Now we're trying to throw the ball all over the lot and try to show people that we can do these things. We are downhill physical game and we throw it twenty to twenty five times and if you can beat us at that but we're going to do what we do and i think they've had a lot success doing it and as i've told you before all aboard the gust bus. I'm a. I'm a gus edwards guy. I think he fits the identity of team more so than any of the other runners and i love. Jk dobbins is doing to me is kind of that. Perfect complement there but with jackson. I think averaging over six yards a carry. You've got over five yards a carry for gus edwards jacob. So it was you can shorten the game and the postseason when you do that. And that's what they're able to do and the thing that they've done. Jacob dobbs's put him in the slot. Have him come in motion and run some of those fly. Sweep things in and do some of that creative run game stuff. That man is just so much. I can't because they shift they motion in they come in. They hit you with this old school gaps game. Imagine if your guys blink or hesitate or pause there getting gashed as we saw them. Take a part a new york giants team where the school was a nearly as close as the game was 'cause they dominated the game Particularly on the ground. This is a tough team in a team that. I don't think anybody really wants to face. Let me go back to that playoff game where they got bludgeoned by the titans. Last year. lamar jackson threw the ball fifty. Nine times had over. You are know who you are. What your formula is. I think they've made that mistake. The last two postseasons last postseason's book. They had the eye on their chest. Now they enter this with absolutely nothing to lose. No they're telling you that's not an easy out. No no no. No i your own them at all like. They're playing with house money when they get in and so Another matchup with pittsburgh steelers does matchups has been very competitive and remember. They played him with the jv team. It and kevin better doesn't ensure that it's gonna be the same or a different result next time. But i know they have a lot of confidence going into that one. If that's the matchup. And then anybody else. I just believe they feel like that. Their running game is their super superpower. Gives them an opportunity to to knock off anybody for we get to some of these other games here. Do want to bring up this point. Which is. I don't know if anybody's really thought about this or talked about this. It's amazing we've made it almost. We got one week to go here. We'll have played every single game on the nfl schedule. I don't know if anybody even the most optimistic person with thought at the beginning of the season with what you're dealing with as a country and as a as world right now with this pandemic we wouldn't miss a single game so kudos to the nfl being able to pull this off. Maybe some games. You might have some receivers. You might miss it a quarterback here but we're playing games man. They did not miss a single game which is incredible to me but we still have the postseason. Go and you think about some of these games. And you're you know you're the kansas city chiefs or you're one of these teams. It feels like you know the green bay packers and all of a sudden you take one of your best players in a positive test shows up on a on a wednesday or thursday of a game. Wake me it can change this whole thing. We've never seen anything like the unpredictability of this upcoming postseason. Now we haven't and i know they're been disturbed on the where they were trying to get the bubble in place for the play offs. And i think the nfl pa kinda shot that down. But i do believe in. I've seen this in dj ucla teams there. Things were teams and teammates make packed in the postseason. Here's how we going to approach it. I wouldn't be surprised to see some of these teams go into a voluntary bubble to protect themselves against themselves to say. Here's what we're gonna do for the next few weeks everyone. Everyone's going pitch all stay in this hotel. We'll go from hotel to whatever and we're gonna be focused on being the best that we can be in getting ready to win a super bowl title. I don't think that's an unreasonable ass particularly after him. What cam newton said after the game where. He had seen his kids in the last three months because of what he's trying to do. I absolutely believe that you can make a sacrifice for three or four weeks to make sure that you do in the best thing possible to put your team in a position to win will no doubt. I think it's actually a really smart idea. Something would be wise to take your advice on that one As we look at some of these other games here. I want to start with this first one with the cardinals and the rams We'll see what happens. They're gonna not gonna play hoping they. They're hoping he can return in time for the playoffs. But right now it's going to be john wolford and honestly i do four hundred guys or whatever every year for the draft. He wasn't one of the ones i did. I was not told that he was draftable player. So i did not evaluate now knows he went to the af. It played well for their a hotshot. So i've got some connections to that. Organization went when they existed and talk to someone that was on that coaching staff and said. Hey gimme a little scouting. Report on mr walford. So here's what. I got back super smart. He's excellent are peos accurate short to intermediate he's small. He's not real stronger. Rug in the pocket needs to be cleaned. Their or kept on the move did a great job He's great in the classroom. Probably short-term backup in the nfl. Due to his size he can play well for game. Just the size would be an issue. go forward for a long stretch of time. But they don't eat them for the whole season and for one game here from one game. And i i do see the fetichism. I saw some of the stuff from when he played a preseason for the rams he can't get on the move he is a nice fit in terms of what they wanna do. This stretch bootleg system. I think if you're sean mcvay you make that really the emphasis the priority. I think you emphasize that. They're not really an rpo team because they are. One of. The teams are really operates under the center. Maybe they put some of that stuff in. I do worry a little bit about the size. Dj he does look he does look a little a little tiny had And in the free season. I think is one thing but as you know. They're putting him in week. Seventeen and we talk about the different speeds of the nfl. There's one thing from preseason to regular season. he's jumping in when his playoffs because everything is on the line the speed the physicality in that he will face in this game man. You're talking about three or four times. What it was in the preseason and the coroner's are a team that loved to heat you up. We'll say because it has to be really quick sean. Mcvay will have to be. It would be the best game that he calls to protect a quarterback that may be overwhelmed by all of what he is facing the magnitude of the game speed of the game and also the pressure tactics from opponent. And what a what a crusher this would be by the way for the arizona cardinals after the week before losing to cj beathard you turn around in two gotta have a game if you lose to cj beathard and john wolford back to back weeks. I mean you don't deserve you. Just you just flat out your observer and his san francisco forty niners put a game plan in place that the The rams can take think we're going to That ninja blitz that little slot blitz. Absolutely and so. I think you'll see those things from an office. Standpoint sean. mcvay cow shanahan similar systems. Work the other know each other. I mean i think you'll see a lot of what the niners were able to do to get the run game. Crank the cardinals. See that again and so we'll see if they're able to do it. They have to have enough balance just to stave off some of the pressure. But yeah this is huge game. So it's interesting to see how this plays out. And then you're dealing with an arizona garner team who also has an injury and undisclosed lor leg injury to calum murray that we saw that like the final play the final series of the game. What is that. If he's not available they also have to go into the game with their backup quarterback. What which gets me to the i mean. We're we're not going to go through all these individual games but you look at the cowboys and the giants were daniel. Jones has not been healthy coming down. The stretch of the cowboys have been playing with andy dole. Um you look at the cardinals rams we just touched on I mean it's it's interesting to me that so many of these teams are coming down the stretch here and having to rely on backup quarterbacks. It's crazy i mean that's that's three big games with the cowboys. Giants washington is i mean. Were they playing with heineke. Could be planning who was signed in december who was taking classes at old dominion the prepping in. He's just starting quarterback in a win. Go home game. Three teams in the nfc relying on On backups and so and so then here. Here's the thing because obviously you always jumping book. How do you engage. And i can't help. Because i just get angry on twitter sometimes just because i just see the stuff and i'm like man. We always talk about the quarterback position. At how important it is and then some teams up to keep the starting quarterback comfortable remembering in mentor or coach or someone that's non-threatening but inevitably got back quarterback has to play and when i talk about the investment in the position. I'm not only talking about money. Like a get the best back pay accordingly because it is a very important position. I think you can say that he is. You should treat. Qb to like an additional starter. Because he is very important. I mean he holds the french as hopes in his hands when he goes on the field. But then you'd also don't want to invest a draft pick in them because oh we wasted. We got another weapon. Well he is a valuable weapon because if he plays you need him to be productive player so invest in a young guy. Who is talented enough that you see potentially being a starter development giving them opportunity so if he does play he can be successful and so i just would like to see everybody. If we talk about quarterbacking how important it is. Will man let your actions equate to what your words are. Drafted them invest in him. Give him reps. Give him reps in practice during the week so it can be fully prepared to play when he gets his opportunity. Yeah i mean. I think as some of these teams that have been a perennial playoff teams right now. Just give you a few of them off the top of my head here. We looked like the pittsburgh steelers. Go back to the charlie batch days which buyer leftwards which. They've always had quality guys the ravens even now you look at. Rg three was what the number two pick in the draft. He's got talent he's got ability you go through some of these other ones that are perennial playoff teams. The patriots have always had us. You know guys. It know that offense inside out last year matt moore play hard and a lot of games in this league started a lot of games in the league and so is not. Oh it's a throwaway position. I just want someone who has another set is like no. I want someone who can play. Someone who can play has talent jameis. Winston is the saints string quarterback double dj teddy bridgewater. Let's all look the same said. Teddy bridgewater take some hill behind drew. Brees starter star quality. Players don't go in and just settle for We didn't have anybody else. So we just gonna pluck a guy off the street and will outlook tennessee. Lookout worked out for tennessee last year. I mean or was it two years ago. I guess when when tannehill took over from mario to bring him in. Brisbane yeah ringing. Talented player will. Let's see what happened. When the raiders. This year marcus mariota we call it a game. He comes in the game. I would say that. They played better because he gave them a different dimension. Because he's a high end player events in a high end player out. I love the feel good stories in those things and i understand the challenges position in all of the cerebral nature. But i want someone who can actually play play the game and played at a high level. Yeah and and look. The eagles have always done it. If you go back. They've always invested in the back of going back to the you know with kevin cobb behind Mcnabb and they've always had another guy waiting in the wings they paid chase. Daniel may when chase daniel could still play you know years ago. He was making good money as backup then. They drafted jalen hurts which could end up being their quarterback of the future. Here going forward. They wanted dang super bowl. Nick foles so they've always believed in in that an andy. Reid has always had that philosophy. I think that's what stayed behind after he left. But it is amazing to me that you would not think you know. You're you're paying your swing tackle more than you're paying your backup quarterback i know it it. It boggles my mind. And it's you bring up the andy re theme. Because i firmly believed andy gathered from my phone. Got it from green bay Ron woolfe when we were all in green bay because the year that the packers won the super bowl and ninety six. When i was on the team the backup quarterback jim mcmahon the how about that jim mcmahon was the backup quarterback. Not just because of oh. This is what we do know you're legitimate garrett. Who look is not too big for him so when he's pressing the axes like okay. Boys i got this billy joe. Tolliver was on the team for a little while. I saw geoffrey garin backup forever jason garrett. You don't could get in in one them games you know when he got out there and so that's what you want and so the investment is not only a pay him but okay. Let's treat this position with the rivers the importance that it is and so janitors hers being a second round. Pick other teams drafting. Even if he's a long term thing by why are we worried about like. It's a second round pick but second round pick in grade stuff says okay. This guy can be a potential starter down the line. Well guess what your backup. Quarterback is a potential started tobacco. If she goes. I mean i give the cowboys credit. For andy dalton. I mean their records not going to be great but they got a really good chance of potentially win that division and they will have won the division because they invested in anti-dole dole. That and that is the overarching point. Like have someone who is ready to play. Who can do it functional. Just give me a functional guy. Let's let's talk about miami fitzpatrick to whoever's the back of whatever this the to it'd system. But i know i know. I know we're going to get to the afc tomorrow. But i want to bring this up with you. Because i have a question. This was posed to me. I'm not my opinion. I want to preface is not my opinion. This question was posed to me watching what we're seeing with two right now. Are you at all worried that this is matt liner might be. Maybe i mean. I mean i think is is now getting back about that. Go back because i don't think so so go back and look at mail. I mad line at a big rate. I gave her a two. When mcmahon line at i said a without a paraphrase my report i see there will be no one more ready to handle the responsibilities of being a franchise quarterback. They met liner. He did it on a big stage in hollywood with all eyes on him. Any floor stage. Jim and so in the meeting though i remember dan henning distinctly challenging me omar reporting saying well look who. He's surrounded by looking at offensive line. Look at all the first and second round dead. He's playing with. He has a first and second round in the back behind. Reggie bush in linda. White looked at wide receivers on the outside carry. Coburn st smith and all those guys mike williams. He said who couldn't play quarterback in this system and put up numbers look at the office of line. it's a fortress. He's playing with pros against a college team. And maybe it played out because maybe mad handle all the stuff that we need to handle off the field and all that other stuff but yeah there is something you agreed to production versus the player like basically saying the talent like if you just strip all that away and just focus on the talent. I'm not ready to throw it i. I'm not ready to throw it in onto. I think he's still got a chance to be really good. But when i got that text message. I did think about it. I did think about it for a second say. There are some similarities there because individual skill is not an overpowering arm. Not as special special. Ed surrounded by an all star team college and now all the sudden he's not making some of these throws not not attempt to them he's had so it's also a mad lion thing but let's also throw the alex smith thing in a little bit in terms of ms biggest thing that always held him was it got to a point where he just didn't want to turn the ball and so he would get you to a point but he couldn't get you over the hump because he wouldn't pull the trigger so this is top gun all right so Mahomes is maverick. He hasn't seen anything. Alex smith is ice man. He's ice he won't pull the trigger not yet not yet. I got him insights. Not yet bill and so with tour to is reluctant to try and fit the ball in tight. Windows has helped the dolphins game because he hasn't turned it over whereas fitzpatrick may be a little more. He he didn't have a button. Nothing's busted fitzpatrick. He just let her and so it goes. but i. i still say this weekend to the discussion with Yesterday on the fi. I i think you have to let to a work through these issues. I'm with you on that. How do you know what we will wait to next year to see it like i mean. When are we ever gonna do when we're gonna take the training wheels off to bite. Well yeah and i mean to me look. The ultimate goal is to win a championship so in order to win a championship. Hopefully it's going to be because the guy you picked up there in the top five is going to emerge as the leader in the guy. That's going to be that guy so let's let him take some of those lumps now with the with the hope that we can go on and win a championship. They're not gonna win a super bowl this year. That's not happening so let. Let's keep the bigger goal in mind. Here which is to get our team ready to win a championship and always bringing in big brother. Were little brothers. Struggling you do that. I will say that that that liner thinks get that spooked me when i saw. That text made me think i hadn't thought about that. It gave her. But i will say this and this adding factored into it. And i don't know if it factors into brian flurries thinking at all. It is a lot different to make the playoff push. When you have the mulligan of the houston texans pick as a top five. That's true because because i mean look we already got a top pick so now if we took a playoff from a cultural standpoint. We're trying in the right direction. But let me play. Devil's advocate on this. If you keep throwing out there with these tests and he keeps failing these tests you got the third pick. We've seen now. We've seen josh rosen. Got punted after year. Dwayne haskins just got punted after a year. I'm not saying that's what you should do or what. I'm just saying that it's been done twice recently. If you're sitting there at number three. And you think that trae lance or if sack wilson whoever else is there is an upgrade you take him i mean. That's it's crazy to say that. But that's what recent history is told us your to your team. Is we talk about best player available. Right that in the notebook. Buck take take. That they got the third peck. Saucier get out can get that in the notebook too late saucy right there like like before i was ready like sam. Darnold versus two hundred twenty one could be. Should it be to over twenty twenty one class based on where they're making me go. I liked i'd give you one. I just need one item in the notebook a month. That's all i'm now now because i do. I thought these believe you have to do it. Like if we're sitting in there and we're just talking about the draft when we have the draft when we ranked those players as as it stands without even loosely. Saying what the dolphins biggest needs are. When i look at this draft is draft is heavy. Is offense. hippie. Super offense you quarterbacks you office attack was you. Pass sketches all the gear. You have cornerbacks. But i think you cornerbacks more at the top of your more mid first rounder types of whatever pass rushes. I don't think anyone is in love with god. It's off the board. So you looking at him yes they need pass catcher. But we've seen documented man i get a pass catcher. I get past coaches wherever metal bottom of the first round second round. I can get those guys but a quarterback in the currency that quarterback can potentially bring back down the lot. I just think about that like just by okay. To let's say. Zach wilson and we have both of them on our roster. Let's just have a quarterback competition. We're gonna play the best one and less. Take it all the way out to twenty twenty one that audio input on it and twenty twenty two like what. Why not. What security if it gives you if it gives you the better option at the position for the next twelve to fifteen years. It's a small price to pay small price to pay in. Everyone will listen to this and be like. Oh yeah you can't do it. why not. why not. Why can't we double dipping position. Because what are we talking about collectively. We have what how much money tied up in the cat not much. It is a strategy that we've talked about teams doing it. We said it would be bold if someone did the quarter the college thing where i'm gonna have to young us plan on their rookie deals and when one guy graduates the other guy takes over. We can't do it necessarily but from a cap standpoint. Dj that's about as economical as you can have to have two guys on rookie deals playing the quarterback position. I mean it would be. I don't know in my crazy. I haven't seen anything. Maybe there's people have written about this. I have not seen this conversation. Brought up but i think it's fascinating i mean double. Do give yourself and opportunity. We always talk about double up like you double up on positions of need and so if you now deeming that maybe two is in the guy. Well let's double up. Let's bring in another good guy and if the guy can play an overwhelming and he gets gay them usually go to seattle seahawks. Did it in a way. What rosa wilson. Matt flynn they. They spend big money to get math. Landed free agency. They bring russell wilson russell. Wilson plays math land russell. Wilson is the starter matt. Flynn has to hang in there vince. You move on. But the cost of doing business. Shouldn't prevention from bidding russell. Wilson was a third round pick. We're talking about the third overall. Pick so that changes. It changes it a little bit. But i mean look. We've talked about it with trevor lawrence. Just field zack. Wilson trae lance. We believe there's four guys have a really good shot at going in the top ten and if you think any of those four are better than what you've got right. Now i think the organization the organization at least at the minimum you'd better due diligence on all these dudes. And if you feel like it's an upgrade you should take ads so that we weren't even this is the best part about the pot. It's the stuff we don't have on on the paper here. We just kinda free float and found ourselves into an interesting conversation Are let's get to coach. Meyer here because there's been a lot of talk about urban meyer Potentially being interested in in one of these nfl jobs we've had a chance to talk to him a couple times and wanted to play a little bit of a bite. Here on urban meyer. What he told us what a championship culture entails coach. Obviously you wanna more successful costa. We've ever done it in college football. You've turnaround multiple programs had national championships at a couple of different places when you think about building a championship culture. What does that entail a lot of work. It's something that i think. The most overused words in the english language. I don't think people understand it to say that i really did. I did not As a young coach and i think cultures everything. And i actually talked quite a bit on that. We teach a class in leadership and so for example culture to me. I know there's many definitions culture to me is. What does your product. Or what does your team. What does your organization look like. What does it feel like. And what does it act like. And not necessarily when you're winning by forty points against fau it's what's it look like a robbery game. What's it look like and feel like an act like on fourth down at two or in a stock market. Turns upside down you know. Culture is got to be the vision of the ceo or the man the head coach. And you can't really you can't waver on your culture so i think it's it's you look at all successful programs. I think that's one of the reasons. Why ohio state is so successful. We built a culture that survives adversity that survives early entry in the nfl. Draft a coaching. Change and i think culture is essential to you look at the patriots and you can say boy. They got a great coach. They got a great great players. Absolutely that's true but name someone who doesn't have a great coach and a great player in the nfl. Great the thing that makes the new compatriots you naked. Their culture developed by bill. Check is survives transition player survives injuries and its culture. Every place that you go. Did you build culture a little differently based on what the history of the program is or is it something that is in you that you have a core set of things that you believe in and the program kind of follows today or read it. What what a great crush question. I appreciate you asking because these these are by the way you guys are great. These are real sometimes do interviews in. It's like a clown show. This is this is really good stuff. We're trying learn so building a culture. This is where the culture has to be yours. I respect what was there before. However i'm going to give you the speech. It's you need to believe it. You need to sell it in. You needed demand so believe it. It has to be an objective. Truth for example i walked into place and i said if we throw for more yards than the other team will win. That's a lie that's not true. You know the culture. It'll how state we build. I can go through it with you is all. It's time tested. It's built on objective troops. It's built on history. It's built on experience. And i can share that with you at the end then you have to sell it. We're in a world right now. That back when. I played your coach of do something you did it. Not now you can just say this is the way it is. You have to sell it over and we use social media. We use messaging constantly selling our culture and then reaches a point with your staff and your players that you have to demand and if you're not living under our culture you have to leave and so it's believe it sell. It demanded the culture at ohio state. I always had a vision. A dream that we would play fearless where the players were scared to make mistakes. And so my first part we have three parts of the culture in number one is for it's called relentless effort soundbite is four to six eight. Beat the of a play in. Everybody has appointed a and you go as hard as you can if you make a mistake mill problem. But that's a soundbite. An oral players had constantly going through their mind during the course of game is. I don't care if i make a mistake. You know you go is hard as you can. And i've had i've been criticized similar Teams have penalties over the years. And i would be okay with penalties islam as it was not effort related now stupid penalties. I had a problem with. But if you're gonna go as hard as you can. You can't say but don't make any mistakes. His players poject. The number two is called competitive. Excellence and that's john wounded. And that's what i want you to embrace. We're gonna work harder than anybody else in america. And i don't want you to complain about it. I don't want you to worry about it. You know tell me to recruiting that you are going to be rewarded in the nfl. Most likely and we're gonna win. Just do what we ask you to do. It's going to be the most miserable heart stuff you've ever done but embrace it and in the final piece is it's called power the unit and the greatest form of i used the word inspiration instead of motivation. 'cause motivations short-lived inspiration is lives in sustains and it's love the greatest form of motivation is the brotherhood and that's used in a special forces that used in the best forms of corporate america and the best teams in the best units. Are those that love each other and care about each other. So that's the culture of a hostage. How about that. I mean that was one of our favourite interviews that we've ever done again. Those three things four to six eight to be loved that competitive excellence power of the unit inspiration over motivation and love being kind of the key ingredient. There i've seen some people say remind work at the nfl level. It had have nfl experience. You're nuts urban meyer's done nothing but win at the highest level doesn't matter whether he w- it green if he's at utah. Florida ohio state. And guess what had happened fast doesn't matter. Dj absolutely believe. I'll be the first one to raise my hand and say urban meyer could absolutely get it done in the national football league The only concern obviously be like the health concerns that have plagued him in the past but he is a program builder and we talk about how important it is to have someone in this seat. That can build a program because depending on the nfl job that is currently available. You have to go in there and you have to build a program and so from a cultural standpoint. That is everybody in. The building has to understand what the objectives are and so he is very clear and definitive in what he believes in because he has a prut approving track record. We've seen him bowling green utah. Florida ohio state. Abby have measurable things that i can see where he is put this into place and has been very successful because he has done. it is very clear about. This is how we're going to get it done. And i think that has to be someone who doesn't have questions concerns or a as described to do. This is no. Here's how we doing it and we're going. We may make some adjustments along the way. But i knew exactly what this looks like and how we're going to be able to get it done and i absolutely believe that he can do it. And they're handful of other coaches at. I believe do it. I think brian kelly go somewhere into the national football league and do it. I think the named we've talked about on this. Podcast matt campbell from iowa state. I think he could come in and do it. Because we've seen him do it and they are will be call cultural builders detail their detail people to in it comes after that and so i have the utmost confidence that decided to take a job dependent upon the job to the absolutely would have success Success come pretty quickly. And i think to the odds are you're going to have somebody on your team that he coached at ohio state because they're everywhere it's going to give you immediate credibility because you have them in the building right now and guess. What if you don't you can call on alex smith. You call joey bosa. You can call any of these guys all over the nfl and they will all vouch for how good this dude is so. I know there's some things that happen. Obviously we know it's well documented. Some things are florida and and you know you gotta answer those questions and do your homework on that but man. This guy's done nothing. But when these reminds me. A lot of jimmy johnson going from the university of miami and taken over the dallas cowboys and there are a lot of hurricanes in the league and a lot of hurricanes that could coach on his methods and those things they were hurricanes on the dallas team. And that those guys were core players thing kind of flip. And so i just believe every myers confidence. His unwavering belief in his process in program he would have success. And i know people are gonna say. Yeah yeah yeah. We've heard that before. We seen these. College coaches fail Nick sabin wasn't able to turn around the miami dolphins. But i'll say if you go back and look closely at those miami. Dolphins teams The mistake on the quarterback dante colpepper drew brees thing. Whatever didn't work out with. Even then they were trending the right way so i just believe that those guys understand how to get it done day will find a way to get it done. And it's just about hiring the right coaches for him to do it. Because he's the visionary and i think it's important to have someone who has a vision and understands. The process is needed to get it to go from drain to fruition. I'm trying to find the age. I'm looking at the age of jimmy. Johnston when the cowboys hired him. Because i think that is absolutely the perfect comparison. I think jimmy johnson might have been a little bit younger at that time. But i haven't. I haven't been able to hear this Jerry jones longtime friend said so jerry jones and him play together. So i think jerry jones forty six when they hired him so he had to have been whose forty six what. He's the job. Jimmy johnson was forty six when he took over. The dallas cowboys. I just looked it up on a par. Let's see Urban early fifties urban meyer's fifty six. So he's a little bit older. But still i mean. Even i'm telling you even if in urban has kind of had this track record of going obviously hard and he's had these health issues pop up if you only right now. Urban meyer is going to be your coach for the next four years done for years. I'll established a whole a whole culture here Whole lot of football games. And hopefully you have the next guy groomed on staff to take over but Fifty six is still young man for coach. Still still still very young. And i noted demands are different whatever but i just believe that those guys understand it you know they. They understand the process. They know how to flip it and get it going. And i think dj. We've been privy to a lot of conversations over the last couple of years with a lot of coaches. And i think the common denominator between the coaches that we talked to one they all were extremely successful but i think when we hung up the fallen her they clicked off and we. It was just us. We like yup. I understand why they win. Understand why he went everybody that we've had come through when they talked about and brian kelly urban meyer mag brown dabo swinney james franklin. And there's something about like they're clear vision. so jamey chadwell from coastal carolina. When he came on all those guys. Like i mean satterfield. They understand exactly what they're looking for him. We can talk about williams. College causes different. No i really don't think i mean the players are a little older but it's the same. It's the same stuff. The football is the same like it is about building a program that enables guys to be at their best when it's required and so i believe some guys understand how to do that and and some of these situations that we see. I would rather take chances on someone who is a proven program. Build than a guy who i'm trying to hope can do that from being coordinator on offense or defense Overseeing entire operation you hit him with the question. what's your culture. Like eddie stutter. Boom no here. Here's the other thing these. Because i have a little confession I am fascinated by leashed up. I happen to click on a podcast. He co host with guy. Tim kite and it was funny. I was listening to it because he was talking about turnaround program. Dj he said the same exact things. Remain the same exact things the same. So the reason i bring that up. I had a chance we had met rule. Come and talk to us on the podcast. I happen to get invited to a webinar. That he was putting up said the same exact stuff and so when things are lying. You have a a belief these guys really believe what they're saying like this is not just. Oh coach speak. I'm standing in front of a clinic. Like they truly believe it and you can tell because is not all a powerpoint presentation is the core values that they really believe a tough hardworking competitive. This is what we do is that we play auto stinks and think it takes time because you don't have right away your first job but i think overtime exactly what it is. Nothing is easy to put it in place. No doubt he knows who he is and what he's about and it works all right anything you want to add before we get out of here buck now. There was a good man. I think any time. We have an opportunity to talk about like the team building discussing. Because i think is important. That's what we have always wanted to be like the leadership for the team building for like desks. Report of the process did lured us into scouting initially and while we continue to to share those lessons with the listeners. If you were a betting man what were the odds. That i was not gonna bring up the padres during this podcast. Odd news. no chance. Because i saw they made a couple of different moves and because you so fascinated with your own team the padres in how the committing to independent. I will say this. And i know like your baseball buddies. Come on and i need to tap into some of that. I believe this. And i would love to talk to them about it. So my experience. I am not a braves fan right. I'm not a braves fan. But growing up north carolina debris the only team in town in terms of being able to watch them on tv but watch the braves and we talked most about this. The braves lowered over the division because they had dominant pitch on so i mean just titles at the titles after titus when it came to division. Titles i'm looking at your little padres. Continue to add these arms to the war chest and there's something to it particularly with like the analytical slant and the way people are going there there is something to it. I'm not saying as a dodger fan. That i'm nervous but i'm mindful of what's going on down down the road. I'm just mindful dodgers. Going to trade for like erin nado. They're gonna do something big that's what they do. They answered because you make them do it. That's why because if you wouldn't keep adding to the water now you've adding so now we might be. We might be little brother. But i think we are the second best team in in in the national league if not all of baseball right now. They're they're pushing the dodgers. The dodgers might take their gaming up to a whole 'nother level but it's fun to actually be a fan of a team. That's in the fight like we're not just gonna take it here. We're going to try and compete and try and fight for the other thing. I want to give you real quick last baseball thing. Then we'll get out of here as a padre fan. I saw thing circulating yesterday. So for not probably i would say it's not relieve. Arguable is the most exciting player in beijing. Who's going to be the face of the sport for the next decade. But he's playing winter ball in the dominican right now laying out going over the fence like catching balls. He's after the game was over. They wondered little series. They're all he's with all the guys dancing and the clubhouse invite i was thinking just that little lesson they're like man finds somebody that loves football the way this dude love baseball. So he's we didn't talk about this. May we can talk about on the on the next podcast like talk about dwayne haskins and desktop on that but it made me think a lot about that stuff in terms of what can i learn from the entire evaluation. Whatever find someone who loves it. If i'm a team builder. I want the person that i'm entrusting to love it. And be invested in winning as much as i am an invest in winning and think without i think that is what you talk about and that is why as a fan you absolutely love him because he is invested as you are in audrey success. Art put a pin in that. We're gonna we're gonna hit that on the next episode. We're going to have another episode coming up here in a couple of days and we'll continue on that conversation. Professional teams by bucky brooks are going to do it for us. Thank you guys so much for listening to move the sticks. We'll catch time right here.

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DENIM & PEARLS - Brian Swanson | #ManTools Podcast #81

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DENIM & PEARLS - Brian Swanson | #ManTools Podcast #81

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So on like page two after hey, this we are, and what we're about is our audience, a graph shows. where I keep track of stuff in six month blocks. So it's legs. It was six months ago. It was like this knows bar. So six months ago it was like this. Now it's like this. So shows growth, which is a big thing to these people these marketing types and her first email back was a. I must've missed it but what your audience is. His. The second page. So I replied, did you about our size knowing not not lie about our size? Nice. I said I said X. and then Don't hear anything from her for like a week and she goes, Hey, can we do a phone call on this date at this time and I'm like sure So I, call her at one minute after that time just to you know you know you're late. Sure. number one because she hadn't said WHO's really supposed to call who so I figured if she hadn't called me by on the Dodd, then I must supposed to be I must supposed to be I must be supposed to do love your call her. Hey, I'm microwave earlier. So Tony Larussa Bro so I called. And within three minutes, our conversation was Kinda. She asked. started badly because she goes I don't really listen to podcast. So give me the rundown of yours. And I go. Okay. and I start kind of given the elevator pitch and she's like well, hang on hang on you guys aren't terribly opinionated. Are you? And I. I tried to answer yes as softly as possible. And she's like well, like aren't anti mask or anything and I go oh, we have an episode called mask mandates stupid and we have a line of masks on our merch shop that say, look at me I'm virtue signaling. So no not anti mass were just against the mandates and she's like I don't think we can do business. Well. Honesty's policy. They'll just been terrible. Okay. Let's blindly. Stumbling are briar patch of manliness and Just. You know you know. I get it That was a euphemism. They don't want the on their wagon. To a horse that's likely to. Kick off half their audience or half they're cussing seriously you want a moral high horse. Look. No further. Ours is a three legged broken down old now using teeth and smells the Democrats are moral hires. Here's what here's what you're taking me more than anything. Atiyyah Zero Homework which I I get your you're busy people are busy and whatever fine. I'll give her that. but the flip like wants lukewarm. Nonsense. As opposed to something that's either hot or cold. Got It which is A Mike. Good luck with that I don't know why anybody would have. Anybody would do a podcast and not express their opinions somehow somehow you know maybe is not political stuff like. Mask Bullshit or whatever. But you know somehow who you are has to come through or yeah the audience I hope season it's complete bullshit and doesn't stick with you. We're like like hard rahman rather package. Like us or leave us so we are. Just, sprinkle the seasoning and take a bite right there do it. Good for you. Yeah. So I played with Adecco Week. Yeah. You heard me right played with played with deck with Adecco Week okay. Big Hardwood Deck. Of Square footage. Pictures will be posted soon as could we also? But? That's those really it. Just dealing with great clients actually. No. No no sarcasm. No sarcasm and. Like I told you guys I expected sarcasm. Been feeling great clients. We either have the most amazing the patient and involved. You know. People who have good input and then they they actuated verbally with us and then we make their vision come true or complete and total ship bags. Those are the only two clients we have. So this week's been. Super. Awesome. You had lukewarm clients. Yep Be Froman. 'cause nobody. Who is the shrimp Brolin. I'd like a poll. Now not on purpose rupert that's like you get home from the storing off faulk in crack. That's not what I meant. Fine was awesome salt pepper. Anyway, we have a hell of a good show for you guys. Nothing like the opening dialogue at all promise like an open. I want to get an apple bro. We have an amazing guests. We're GONNA cut over to him, and hopefully he'll save this fucking titanic show for going down it can be saved if it can be saved, he's the man to do it. Superhero extraordinaire. Fellow Entrepreneur Carl Colorado, springs and so hearkens back to her old radio days when we used have the renaissance man segment, but we do a little different now. So without further did. We'd like to introduce Brian Watson. And look it clicked over. Jimmy, sound like PIPPI. Same. Future We like to like you were talking before the show a little bit and. You're like, well, what do I do like just react rush where do you want me? What do you want me to drink beer and? We don't drink beer on the. Porch no-no. Down here the bunker. Long. It's okay. It's all right. Right. Good thing. I got a good fair star. So let's go back in time a little bit. You and Trevor share a rivalry army. Yeah. If you're in the air force or anything I, got about, say the army is every time they put instructions on something to have the bake pictures. Well. Yeah. I can understand it. That's eras. You know like letters I was literally told that the army shoots for a I believe it's a fifth grade reading level because if you just barely passed the as Bab for the infantry. That's about where you're at so. If any manual that's for everyone in the army and not some kind of technical mos is is yeah. Now you make me feel bad 'cause I actually did army before I did air force. Okay did upgrade guard bridge-building all those other kinds of fun things. So, then I went airforce it Kinda got smart after figured out that they live you know the air force lives enough air conditioned who? Yeah near condition as opposed to a GP medium in the mud yet with maybe a fan if you're lucky. And If you go tdy to an army installation, your air force, they pay you because it substandard living conditions. And we're just like Oh this is normal and you guys are like, no, it's not that's guys fucking savages from. Exactly but twenty years air force. So yeah, a little bit of a rival rivalry there. I, think we're good. Yeah. I can appreciate everybody. I think all of the branches of service offer unique and special gifts to the mission of defending our nation. They definitely do. The views expressed mantles, not necessarily that the public. Feel left out on that one I feel now now, I know how Rossville when he had a three way. One of the sandwich because one of the message Oh, one of the best jobs I've ever heard is that there are there. Two branches of the military. And everybody knows what? Yeah. The army and the Navy near Forces a corporation in the Marine Corps is a cult. Fair enough. So we we kind of leave the How Coastguard Houses that doesn't count there with the Department of Transportation. GotTa give them one credit when when when they shut down government and all those other things those guys actually got paid. That's that is true. Is there part of the homeland defense that is correct? Yes, and so those guys actually got paid as opposed the army airforce Marines and. You didn't know that. Look like what I didn't get paid you. Well, you weren't in no I was well, actually I got paid a lot I was. Working for a defense contractor. Okay. So Many countries. Yeah we oh yeah. I went up to Denver when that whole thing hit. Yeah. Yeah. Worked up there for those guys else fun. Like I'm looking into the sky. Cameras diller. Yeah. I know it's down here. This infuses. Everybody, involved and feel like I'm looking into space. No, not where I'm at not at least a which the audience. So then. All right. So we got out you. You are. A entrepreneur has as her, which would we really appreciate on this show and? you know it's You have a couple of things and you know hate their absoltely wound. A couple Martin around anymore They had good runs. They did. So let's talk about a couple of those real quick well. When you're an entrepreneur, you always have to realize that there's something that's going to fail. I mean I in. True Life I think if you look at it because you start something, you'd think it's the greatest idea on the planet and the next thing you know it just it goes away. And whether it's the numbers or whether it's emotion or whether it's the government stepped in or whether. The customers are just not coming. There's always something that's going to declare that that businesses not going to be success. Somebody Pulls Nausea Osborne into Bat in China something. Yeah. Yeah I mean there's all kinds of Nice little hashtags out there these days that you just never know what's going to ruin what but. Without without all of the bad things involved galaxy fest, we own Galaxy Fest my partner and I'm Linda and we did a lot of good things for about five years. There had a great run with that with all of the costs players in all of the the special guest, the the stars that came in and it was a heck of an event. It was festival is really what it was reason why we call a galaxy fest. But the numbers just don't work out and sometimes you just gotTa call it quits, and then we also had ck comics over in Manitou springs which was. A comic shop and a bar actually in the back. And the customer base just wasn't coming in one of these days. You know I wish that all of the. The vacationers and all the tourists and everything would come back and to bring magnitude backup to what it needs to be. But over the last about three or four years because construction and the incline trying to decide what they're doing and shutdown the COG railway although the kind of stuff. Here went your Yup so forest for are out of town listeners. A I would call sort of a suburb of Colorado. Springs that serve an offshoot yet it's sort of the old timing downtown any kind of. Cool Retro Hippie vibe place. Hippie vibe is a real good right not a lot of. Stuff's got a little arcade outside Scott this whole downtown walkway. Honors LEDA little shops. that kind of stuff a lot of. Pain Macaroni stands ship. Don't forget the spring water. Yeah. You could right out of the street you know they got that healthy water that every time I turn around. It's the best thing for you you know but it tastes like well, let's not taste so well yeah it's a fun time to go down there and just Kinda hang out and you guys had a cool shop with cool idea. Is just one of those things that the incline was is A. It's a tourist attraction for a dare steps at it steps all the way up pikes peak. Yeah. Bird Stairway to heaven while this is part of the way ad it's it's what was I going to say? It's a fucking tourist trap for Vegans and crossfire douches. I, it's just wanted. I'M GONNA run up these stairs up beside of amount fitness astles. Really like it but then. I'm not gonna I am never going to climb the stairs of the Empire State Building. Which is basically what you're doing. Right it's like one, hundred, seventy, six. Yes to the top now. Yeah. It's basically what you're doing. And you can look around. or You could drive up crystal driving the same thing like, Hey, look caro spring. So pretty on and just go back and then go have a beer at a convict shop look around. So we definitely don't want to talk bad about Manitou. Springs. Nah. frigging awesome is what it is is just that over the years that things have come into play there was a lot of construction. There was a lot of politics in play with what was going on with some of the the tourist attractions and stuff an of course that you know that four letter word, Kovin. Ronan be I know five letter of Rona, the Roman Rona Rona as you for word. Work the Rona. Got Us. Well, you weren't the only one. The Rona got so many good company. Well, you're in company wants him good wind or whatever But It's just It's one of our listeners says so very true for any business it is you do have a life cycle. You have a life cycle but you as an entrepreneur, you're always have to remember that time when it's time to say. What we were talking about earlier is time to say, no, it's time to stop. It is time to take your losses. It's time to. Kiss your wounds or whatever it is and move onto the next thing. As a serial entrepreneur, you're always looking for that ness next thing in if one's not working move onto that. Yeah. That's simple. Will you'll find yourself Possibly in something, you never ever expected to be doing and that's your deb Roy your next thing. Yeah. which at this point is podcast casting. which is Great. This guy creates is. That right into that. So your podcast is called Demon Denim and pearls. Yes I take it. You're pearls. It's the jury's still out. Years. Yes. Because if you look at my partner Michelle, she's totally awesome. She's always wearing pearls. You're wearing Canadian Tuxedo. Yeah. EXACT WAY AT. The jury's still out on the pearls part in who it's it's meant to be business casual. With pearls of wisdom. Of course, we shoot everything on the front porch. We don't have the fancy studio and everything at this point when you talk about a bunker, don't you see that's a bunker it's inside of a bunker it kind of looks like A. Parking garage yet the antlers no. No I don't think that's what that is. I think it's I mean we we were in a different partner bunker we moved. To another part of the bunker and like we put you in the black and white barred of the bunker nice i. don't know if you noticed that before but but it's social explosive. Yeah. You're in that part of the bunker and then when we talk when we were in this part, and then when we all talk to each other Dig Me as a little word in the corner where our were altogether then. Yeah. So we're all together on the back in the bunker nice. We're in the bunker fucking loss to podcast somebody. Like what the Hell's going on. All control. We had this thing called leadership and I, think he just let us down the wrong rabbit. You Fall Trevor down a whole lot of weird holes just to say. This guy I've known him a long time. Also what do you do the financial and life coaching stuff I know I am not a life coach on the last one to do that. I was just saying that's what we do here on this show as do life coach. Yeah. That's what we're doing right now. Okay. You. Don't need a license for that. Colorado Action Oh you don't actually however for the financial side you do and if we are, we're not doing it well. I mean you get what you pay for. Well, it depends on WHO's life you're playing with here. Mean you never know there's some guys yeah. There's some guys that just these little lifting up out of the gutter you know what I'm saying. You just never know. You. You you know you are in his Parisian. I. Do I go to calm core twice a month. Guys get in the truck. Let's go. We're we're. Trying to talk. All Financial Financial Financial Life coaching. Inch. Financials is it's about looking at families scene where they're debt is seeing how we can help them get out of that faster. Put some protection against them. In case they don't have the income, those kind of things, and of course, investing for the future investing for retirement Most of us say you know we should have started eighteen we should have started at twenty when we hit as thirty five, it's kind of like why the heck the Nice Start I guess it's time to do that. Now because I've got a wife and I've got a kitten three kids or whatever the case may be. Then we get the forty, we go what the hell that I do and missed it. So. It's my job to come in in hopefully catch people so that they can plan for that kind of stuff when they retire, they retire with money in their pocket and they don't have to worry about doing that. Job Right with. Love, this. Just have this argument Corey Coca just from the man tools perspective. Shouldn't have to retire from something that you love your lucky enough to do it forever right? Well, well, I I'm with you. All right. This is true if you love it forever, that's great and finding. Fantastic. But the day that you decide that you know lifting those shingles are the last thing that I wanNA do at the age of seventy two. At least you've got something that'll take you from the age of seventy two, the age eighty five while you said on your backside and drink Pinochle Ladas on the beach. So, with that being said, do you find that? A lot of younger guys. just sort of pissed their money away on things. That aren't investments I e. things that are liabilities, light cars, motorcycles. those don't accrue value. They don't hold you know they don't get into say like trevor and I both own homes right? We have Ecuadorian something for long term. But your but your house is typically a liability is not necessarily an investment. Is it though, right it's not an asset is a liability long-term cost you every month. But on the long-term, even in long-term, if you run the numbers out, it doesn't always pan out and less. We have an economy where the market changes to the fact that yeah, you're you're gonNA come up with equity in your house and stuff I'm not saying it's a bad thing. Bright understand is probably the best thing. There are other ways to do things, and now if you start investing in other houses and you start investing in effect that you're making an income off those other houses because of Renton such now you got something now you've got a business or now you've got an entrepreneurship. Or now you have an investment that's actually gonNA make money one as long as you're collecting more rent than you're making out than you're paying for you know you like the way legitimate oh, yeah I agree. Long. I like delays. Savvy guy is once. So hopefully you got you guys got something out of that like. A also do find 'cause I try to help out my guys that worked for me and they're always just. paycheck to paycheck and always just we all are. We really all our until we realize where we need to be when it comes time to retire do you want to retire at fifty or do you want to retire semi five or you WanNa, die at Walmart right. I mean I'm going to die. Plot Walmart. That's the best is take your life in your own hands every day there's a different story. I'm talking financially speaking. But having your cars having your stereos I mean I I'm just as guilty I had to Stereos when I was a kid I mean my car bounce down the street I didn't need gas. Okay. So when you put all this together yeah, we all do that but we also come to a realization some time in her life that we've got a plan for the future and what better time. Hopefully we start at a very early age and even if you turn around and put in was say fifty dollars one hundred dollars a month when your age twenty two that can work out to be. No guarantees in numbers here, but that can work out the be a couple of million dollars by the time he reach retirement age. But if you just hundred bucks out, I mean come on that's what's. Three CS from starbucks. To take a guess. Take a guess. Yeah. I just thought that thing that thing I have in the talk of it Taco van. Suckers almost ninety bucks. Yeah. Thirty Five Gallon tank at three bucks a gallon. Exactly. So I. Just putting off an extra hundred bucks. What a way to plan for your future you have to know it's like that old commercial was set it in for data. Set it and forget it, and then when you start making more money out a little bit more to it. That easy it's the one thing that I've do consistently is it's not mine. What's not your that money in that savings account why is it not your? It's not mine. It's future mine. Oh, it's not mine. Feature. Since now mine. Yeah. So it just sits there. That's cruiser swell of interest. Sometimes. I might put a little investment in take that poodle some penny stocks things to see what happens right But it's not my I don't get to play with it. I'm going to use it. Other than to let it sit. Well, you're looking you're looking at it the that's fantastic, but you also have to look at it too. When some of us you know at the age of twenty three get married and we have kids. Now I'm planning not just for me. I'm planning for my kids and I'm planning for my family and being the responsible gun because that's what mantles is all about right. It's about being a man. It's about supplying for the needs of your family. Those kind of things to you know not just yourself see yourself as awesome when you don't have to worry about the kids in the family. You know. But the other side of it is to when you have the kids and you have the family eventually you and the wife run off to the Carribean. Without. The kids. which can't how'd you do that without planning for it in the long run? This is pretty good. I've had a most of this stuff, but it's pretty awesome. It school bells shit off of each other. You know we used to do this thing called a beer Friday when sit around and just talk about this kind of stuff and Spellers, doubts, beer Thursday and work. We, release it tomorrow morning. It goes live. Drums live. Oh if you guys WANNA call in our chat with us have questions, comments, rebuttals we look forward to your letters. Yeah where he can call the show, Chevrolet the number up on the screen. It is eventually at some point or get in our chat. Radio Show Colin anything think you. Yeah. You can call it. We she's trying real hard to get folks to to pop in and the the phone number is seven, one, nine, two, eight, five, nine, six, three. we don't have an eight hundred number no no. Because most people have cellphones now and you know it doesn't cost anything. nope. I was expecting a nine hundred number. For the calls. Hey. We're not. We don't want to you know stick to our fans. Your Fan. Up On. Okay. So why am I here? We're stealing, you're stealing your audience. I can see that 'cause lyman is actually mine in Awesome Awesome Galaxy Fest candidate? Sorry Linemen will answer these real quick. It's not coming through on our screen on front. So I'm looking at them here a Galaxy Festival superfund will be missed. Yes, I'm. You know that was the worst thing about shutting down. Galaxy Past. Was We did the Nice little what we call Ben Franklin close I. Don't know if you're familiar with that or not. But you put all the good stuff on one side and all the bad stuff on the other side see which ones bigger list. All the good stuff fans. Lyman. I could probably name three hundred of them at the moment, but we don't have that kind of time. Fans were the big thing. But when it came to some of the stuff that we had, you know the the logistics the. The money the whatever there was a whole longer list on. Sure some died some. Well I think. I put on events to. And I've gone on tour and done things where the back end nobody sees that. The forty five minutes or two hours of. The show the presentation, right They don't see the forty, five hours of pram forty five that's it. For Forty five minutes show. I could've put galaxy fest on for forty minutes. Worth of work was that that was like a three day event, right? That was a three day event that took a year ago plan exactly so. In comparison to learn and five songs. Right, right. Well, when Things. What you'll see is a lot of people do the math because I'm just as guilty. You walk into an event like thirty dollars a ticket. Well they just had ten thousand people. That's three hundred, thousand dollars. Well, what most people don't understand is, what did it cost to get to that point? And if you're at three hundred and five thousand dollars that businesses now at a loss Yup And what people don't see that they don't realize what it takes for advertising. They don't realize what it takes to just set up a stage for instance Oh. Yeah or is some places have We went teamsters. You can't loan anything into or out of the building. Right when you gotta show up, let it sit there put it in your little blue circle than they loaded it, and if you are one minute over right. That's an hour of overtime for sixty dudes right and that even falls into play for Another big convention that takes place up in Denver. And they had the same problem you had to be out of the door at ten o'clock and it didn't matter who you were what you were nothing. Nothing else because of the teamsters. which could lean into a whole different conversation with. You know the teamsters are great. They're finding. They're fantastic. For what they originally stood for, but they've taken advantage of our economy and our our employees employment across the across the nation over history and stuff like that, which is just totally destroyed what gets put out to the customer. Did I make sense on that I probably the only union that's worse is probably the Auto Workers Union in Detroit. I read them all. Thing I mean I'm actually from Northern Indiana unlike this close to Michigan Yeah. So right sight Outta Detroit right outside of Detroit. And you look at what Lee Iacocca did trying to break the unions and different things like that. Trying to save those companies going forward on a saint he was right on messing is wrong but going forward. But when a guy pushing a broom win, you know minimum wage is at six herb three dollars an hour but union wise it's fifteen or twenty. something. That's difficult for the company if you will. Yeah well, and then the case of In the case of the Auto Workers Union. Those dues get paid like I wanna see it's ninety six percent of their wage while they're waiting for new jobs anytime they get laid off right. Now the flip is they have to take any job every chance elza say they can't be picky but. Hey. If I get to sit on my ass for a week and ninety six percent of my check. On a conversation. And that's that's gone way beyond the original purpose of that's what affair be safe. You know, right? We don't want to go in. We don't WanNa have twelve year olds working in dark factory having their limbs ripped off by which was the original purposes of unions was to correct that kind of thing, right? Our guest on the show a couple of weeks ago. Steven of Huck as it is how soon hang out with Iran we start talking about all this stuff and we said no matter where you start. With, your 'cause. There's a drift. Somebody or group somebody's at some point takes your cause. Or the cause or the original platform the original idea and drifts I, see it in. Everything. Everything is called the telephone game, I think. Almost like almost that it's just like, let's say you have you have a podcast in it's about this and then it sorted somebody else comes in and they become a of the. Rifts this way. You know it just. I'm not saying it's a bad thing I'm saying isn't. It always happens I don't care what? I've seen it. Well, let's look at the Republican. Party. About drift. From what its inception talk about the teamsters were just talking about it from its inception, it's drifted. Saw for a great example is a Greenpeace the guy that started Greenpeace cannot stand the organization. Because he's like. His thing was His thing was to get. Unregulated logging under control, and now Greenpeace is into gotta stop all the whaling we've got to, and they've gone to the point of and his thing wasn't even stop all the logging it was. Let's back off what's renew these forests before we renew the force of do what do they call it? Big Thomason should that skulking the selective logging for aspen trees yeah. How to custom piece still around? I'm sure they are. But that name for the the moral of the story is he left the organization because he saw it got taken over basically. By people that had a completely different agenda of this as he calls it environmental alarmism as opposed to. Let's conserve like. Let's not have a concert whole forest down. Let's let's deal dealing absolutes, right? Yeah. So I do you notice that to a lot of times things shift to the absolute? Yeah, they knew. You married. Oh, yeah you always come home late. Always late I just come late. Minimum Ed tools Madrid. Problem with coming home late, he's coming home late every night and You always, and that's part of the entrepreneurship where the heck were you today was doing this and I was doing that that's the thing I've been in. I. I've been in so much trouble for. Your five I make you know browsers. I've no idea. Maybe I'm shooting for it. Well, mine is usually you all you know the person I'm going to see. You can probably expect me at home at. What? Might the important thing I think on that is, is my wife always told me as long as I come home. Okay. Yeah. The next morning. But. As long as I come home and I come home alone. It's it's that dealing an absolute. It's it's let's. Get Wail at all. Anymore you can't. you can't ship in a container anymore. You can't be an over the road trucker because we're GONNA do it a different way now. Why are you? Why the drift towards an absolute. That's that's something that in this culture that we live in today, it's all or nothing. This. That way black or white there's no beauty of gray. You have to do it this way it's my way or nothing the police are always raises. Every, every time they do anything. The. Texans are all horrible drivers, all the Democrats WanNa be, WANNA make. Texas. Everywhere you go. Texas is the greatest Texas the biggest. nope. No no no downplay on the Texans but you know come on every time you go past the bridges says Texas number. Yeah. You don't see that in Colorado. Now, you see cut welcome to Colorado. I'll go home. I've seen. The apocalypse behind the welcomed to. Stop. Moving here. That they save you say if you've been here once you're gonNA come back. He's GonNa live. I did. I couldn't I couldn't. It's it was a neat thing the. Mountains in the ocean right there but they weren't really mountains. The hills, the hills meal. Like we're at two thousand and six feet I'm like. Okay. Why big party trick was when I fly down there to visit Be like all like we're gonNA drink as we can. Cool. Give me like three bottles of Tequila. You do at the first night The altitude is you're below sea level Maria. Brought at the DA de Little sloshed. Third Day, you're like. You'd acclimate then. Yeah. So trabert Utah sometimes checking sometimes. Onerous in Iran rambled on all. Though. That's this is how roll. I hate to take over your show whatever I do plenty of talking to. Speaking of. It's probably time to get to the news. What did you say driver it? Transition. took. No we're not. Apparently trump. Under screen here we go. All right our first story. This is A. I saw this. I was not watching. I. Was Watching Fox News. Higher. And wait a minute we're not trying to advertisers. Who Do you want to change this shoddy? Who Do you think I Paid for Cobra Kai. this better. This is something I found. Kind of interesting Newt, Gingrich, the former speaker of the house was on know if you're familiar with a show called outnumbered on Fox News. nope. Reduced its there with like four ladies. So He's outnumbered. Although now it's all zoom and stuff because of Covid, the risk of death no but he. Apparently made the mistake of bringing up George. Soros which I think was Someone that You couldn't disparage on Fox News, but apparently he and I were both wrong. he's talking about the riots and the District Attorney's that just that arrest writers and then let him go. So criminal overwhelmingly electoral George sources money and they're a major cause of the violence. We're seeing Thursday they keep putting violent criminals back on the street. I'm not sure we need to bring. Into this. And I don't know who said that it was not the host there. Even he he paid for it. Why can't we discuss the fact that millions of dollars she? Doesn't need to be a part of this conversation. Okay. Some lady. Yup and he's like. Wait a moderate that one lady. And then there's awkward silences all around. and. We're GONNA, move on. All right I just thought that was Kinda. Blake wait. Why can't you talk about that? for those that don't know George Soros is a super left leaning gazillion air who makes no secret about sinking his money into progressive candidates and causes. So he definitely has contributed to campaigns for a progressive and liberal leaning district attorneys that are that are leading writers go. So it sounds yet while somebody say that he might be responsible for a little bit of money going on to. Put Pallets of bricks and frozen models and stuff. But I've heard it should so bizarre conspiracy. Pallets of bricks laid around. It's not corner. There's no construction on for blocks his suddenly pilots bricks, fucking. Yeah. Outages stolen. I'd had a firepit in the backyard been. Awesome pelata bricks later, oh, man suddenly eric up in a forklift. Taking see? Supposedly. There's rumors he's support met. But what tell rumors because none of us know whether it's the truth or well rant Rand Paul the senator from Kentucky, is introducing legislation to To try to take a look into money when it comes to that because. One thing that they're finding and this is public record. You can look it up a lot of these people that are being arrested in these cities like Portland and Kenosha and SEATTLE. With these riots they're from out of town, and so the question is, how are you getting here who's paying for that? You're staying somewhere? They're wondering WHO'S PAINTERS I'll just as it is only a small percentage of that number that are people who are on safari lessons. Put it that way. Sure. But you know going there to just just. Check it out but there's enough arrests were there like this can't just be not to resist somebody is going. Hey guys you WANNA go riot. Here's. Here's a new spot. Who Was it? Was it rand Paul that was on the plane where they had a bunch of guys that were writers and stuff like that in call him out on the plane not. GonNa. Yeah there was some I think it was who was the guy that came out of the. House trump X. acceptance speech and they started pushing on the bite. Yeah. Right. I was Rand Paul that was ran an he was also called out on an airplane right after that and I guess the person that was on that airplane was one of the ones that was in charge of a lot of the the rioting type stuff that goes on. And called him out was nice about it but called him out while you know but they were there was like a whole group of them that were on their way to next city to do the next brick-throwing. I'll conspiracy theories because you never know what's going to come across the. Never know. Speaking ounce jump tour next the untold. Truth. Tom selleck. We all we all grew up with him rank. Duke Magnum Pi Way. Of Quigley Down Under of course. Yeah. I was my favorite he he and Donna Meanchey wasn't nowadays he does blue bloods. Movie where he's Don amichi's a senile old man tops Alex's son and he goes around he's like McDonald's and he's like Oh you hungry debt. Yeah. By the end of the movie, you figure out that he bought stock, the old man can McDonald's in the fifties. He's loaded he was thinking dumb and dumber but. That's a great movie, Don amichis Sissel Dude like well besides having the most epic mustache ever ever. There's some here's some little known facts about Tom, selleck. Tom selleck enlisted to avoid the Vietnam draft which a lot of people did as a college age able bodied man in the sixties young Tom was very much eligible for selective service which meant that he could have been drafted to build a force to fight in Vietnam eventually his number came up and he will well, I don't know if he was quite drafted a mature that's how that works but. In order to have some choice served, he voluntarily joined the California National Guard. answered from Nineteen, Sixty, seven, and nineteen seventy-three during which time he served six months of of active duty, apparently not in Vietnam but No. All right. In Vietnam. he was once on the dating game. Lucky girl. About. The other day would have only know the two are kicking themselves. They had it behind. This is the high degree. On that Bachelor Number One Blah Blah Yeah Oh. Yeah. So apparently he appeared on the dating game in nineteen sixty five. He said he was really just as scared student at USC. but all of his friends frat brothers were going on. So he went on to do it and did not dominate. So. I guess I guess he's not. He's not get by The lady that was picking so The Guy, who played Mr Baseball was actually Mr Basketball. As a young adult Tom selleck had no aspirations of acting or Hollywood. he went to USC in the mid sixties to study business and Parlay that into a career at United. Airlines. Blah Blah orders. Let's see. I think back then it was a steward, a stew right? A male would've steward of course. Now they're all flight attendants. The I. Guess you stay United. I guess he was big into basketball and baseball is read. It took two paragraphs for them to get to that. But there you go As with everybody your ten year overnight success years to make it big. For every band actor comedian whatever that you suddenly see is an overnight success they they toiled at it. That's all there is to it. Yeah for millions, he wanted to be him or be with him ladies. Tom selleck was definition of manliness in the as cool capable and confident. But did it? Let's see. He said I'm convinced that when I was twenty five. Thirty five and sounded sixteen. And that wasn't. That wasn't working very well for me still casting directors saw something in the young actor. And selleck secured prominent roles in several pilots dramatic TV series unluckily, one of those pilots was picked up to become a show. for those that don't know what they're talking about talking about Magnum Pi, and why was it unlucky because he was actually cast play Indiana Jones. and. Because he was contacted the TV studio, he could not commit. He, had to come back and play Magnum. Would have been a whole. Different. Crash is. A whole different mustache. Tom Selleck did not care for Magnum Pi at first. I'm sure when he started cashing checks is. Can I air like this is my residuals for the episodes that aired. Good with New Zealand thing of. Quirky private detective that was really the writing. If you go watch because I, love Magnum Pi like all the old eighty shows. And he looked for look through some of those interviews and stuff it was like he just brought his goofy tournus to roll and it just worked worked number was so eighties. Yeah. That was the point late eighties who's the other guy with the you know the pastelle suits and stuff. In the. Miami Vice. Vice. That's saw John. Yang Johnson. That's when stalking stocks plummeted. Anymore yeah but. For you guys though I mean because you can see, I'm not a beard guy at this point, but remember the fix that remember the Don Johnson Razor so you get Raya. You raise yourself in have the day shadow day shadow. Grooming grazer comb yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I mean that's not a new thing built adults and five o'clock shadow adults which was invented and stuff. Now that was just because Don Johnson No. From. The fifties flip razor I know that but that didn't that's unreal. Decide where he's yourself with but. One of those. I've owned my. Edge. Do, it was all the rave. I still cut myself with. Why no shave all the time his. fucking reeks of effort. Right, like we said before, he could have been Indiana Jones. Tom selleck wasn't super famous in nineteen eighty. He started in a bunch of landed supporting roles and appeared in several single episodes, many television dramas but he ex landed an extremely promising audition with powerful filmmaker Steven Spielberg and George Lucas to star as archaeologists and Treasure Hunter Indiana Jones, and he was picked but he had a contract with a TV studio. The eventually grabbed him for this thing called Magnum Pi and said, no, you can't do that and as he say, the rest is history a good thing or bad thing it just is this university. Now Yeah I know that big of it. Could I don't Fixture Sean? Connery is Magnum Pi Dad. I'll put it this way. I'm not sure that there would have been more than one. I don't think they would've gone past of the lost Ark with Tom selleck. In the the girl that the girl that was actually picked was Sean young from bladerunner in later on As Mature Designing, imagine a Bull Moose nobody nobody remembers her from. Dude. But whatever. Home World Lucile. Show you my whole World Lucile? That didn't happen Batman wants to be Tom. SELLECK. What when a big budget big screen. Version of Batman, I should read all before we aired it was in the works at Warner Brothers in late eighties Michael Keaton landed the role of the dark knight being out seemingly every other actor goodness Okay, and I guess Tom Selleck was on that list. Doesn't see dead people. Once upon a time, Tom selleck starred in three men and a baby and it became grossing movie in the Filming Played One of the three bachelors. Blah Blah Blah. I don't know what that picture is. No No. Honestly that's the ghost on the set. Did you know that now the kid behind the the curtain alley? Okay. So not intended to be entered movie history for supposedly including a ghost in a scene where Ted Danson's onscreen mother comes to see the baby a human figure short build with dark hair peeks out from behind a curtain. that unsettling. Being apparent that unsettling being apparently resembles a teenage boy who died in the house where they were filming. In a crazy part, they don't show in this but if you actually look at the old laser disc when they had this or when it came out, he had no feet. there he was missing like from the middle of his calf down. It's really creepy. Nothing to do with Tom. Alec. While other than him being in the movie I guess but. Of course, his mustache is legendary I told my wife I'm coming up on Let's see twenty. I. Think this year is five years with the beard. ORCES is decided I wanted to beers or growing. At ten years just to see my face I'm GonNa Shave it doesn't like that idea and I'm a skilled you it worse in your future now she said she'd go along with it just so I can see my face as long as I. Don't continue to shave it and immediately grow back. But I'm GonNa roll with the Mustache. Will will magnum Pi Stash let's do. You in. No. Can't grow nothing come on. Thinking they should world with this guy you will hook you up with the beard struggle products. Thomas you're GonNa beat us you watch. It just I. It's it's my jeans man. He got the bang. Monica Geller Yep. He he was unsure about doing that show which. All right that was dumb. If he missed all that 'cause. Tom Selleck like every human hates Rosie O'Donnell. Will. Look forward to your letters. and. He's on blue bloods now there you go. I haven't either. It's actually a good show. I don't watch it all the time, but it's actually a good show. My wife plays it and I have to suffer. Yeah. Sure. But it's actually not a bad show. So here's something district. comes. Out of Nashville her. So. In Nashville they've kept the which is a big. Kind of a big party town I'd say Nashville. Yeah. Degree they've they've since the coronavirus hit they've kept the bars and restaurants closed well on June thirtieth I guess. These e mails just came out with the emails were sent on June thirtieth Email was sent from someone at the health department in Nashville to the mayor's office. basically saying that the with they're contact tracing, they really can't confirm more than twenty two cases at bars and restaurants which they continue to insist must be closed due to health concerns. and the the confirm when they weren't open. Bar recently with contact tracing. So. Couple in town that take your they want your ID Seattle. Them Right. And then. If, they report it to the hospital where are so you get dinged at the hospital. They look up your name, your at this bar. This is where he got it. Then they go to the bars and shut up like oh you have covert here. It from there. Know the concept but. xactly. Well. I could've got it from the neighbor next door. Yep really you're on the show. Okay so only twenty two have been absolutely confirmed is coming. From and I don't even do that they could do. In that's and they make it through. The way they do it as they categorize the categorize, each each type of business that has had. Outbreaks or cases that have been traced to them. a thousand cases have been traced to each category of business with like twenty thousand I think for that county if I read this correctly earlier but then So the Health Department sends this data and ask this isn't going to be publicly released rate. It's just info for the mayor's office and they go correct not for public consumption. a month later, the health department was asked pointblank. About the rumor that they're only eighty cases, which is still a lot more but. Nowhere, near enough to get your panties in a bunch and keep everything shutdown. DANCEFLOOR okay. National citizen what does the population. Nashville's that big with Murphy's borough. That would put Nashville bigger than Denver. Yet is it really? Feels bigger with all the with all of the little extras around their nationals or Denver is only like one point two, one point three. Surrounding area kind of thing I mean Colorado Springs is eight hundred thousand with this Nashville population. Twenty twenty. ALL'S TWO MILLION That's Nashville. Proper national proper now with Murphy's borough and all the little suburbs out there are no. I mean yes. Well, it's not country you know. I wasn't country either I lived there for a little while anyway. Just five points alone. Just five points downtown a little cooler area where all the roads hit points. You can't. Throw a Les Paul Without hitting a bar. Telecaster refunder I got it. You can't throw a Banjo without hitting a bar. And, it's so much fun. Everybody's on the street original around. There's only one bar that you can take in and out from right place called frosties even a shake. With rum or loaded with vodka, I'm moving to Nashville and you can walk around with it and every other bar five points. Let's you come in with that drag you. Walk Round. Or wait until they fired this mayor. Despair is freaking out over eighty cases. Either this the mayors of Nashville. But I think his thing is more whether it's from like a religious bullshit or what he wants bars closed. I don't think so much. Paddock State I think the mayor's Democrat on. Yeah but this is so so the Tennessee lookout newspaper asked the figure you gave him more than eighty, which I guess was what they came up with after this twenty two. And I don't know where they stretch to that leads to a natural question. If there have been more than twenty, there have been over twenty thousand positive cases of Covid in Davidson which I assume is the county. That Nashville sits in only eighty or so or trace to restaurants and bars isn't that mean restaurants and bars on a big problem in the health department official I guess asked please advise recommend respond. And one of the emails he got back from one of his superiors was my two cents. We have certainly refused to give counts per bar because those numbers are low per site. So they're saying the numbers come out too low to justify their actions. So they need to be in not let them out Mel our try to say things in a way where it sounds like it's much worse. So basically he got caught. Doing what I think a lot of politicians are doing. I don't think this is isolated in Asheville at all. I think happening everywhere else the board and. There are over blowing the the the danger of covid to hang onto their power or what I I have to ask. Okay. This is driving me crazy. You say they're our. Yeah. A I get it the fact that they have the power to do what they're doing and stuff like that. But what is the purpose of the power? Well, here's here's what I think. The end game is if they're Democrats, it's to go. If you don't vote for Joe Biden this is going to continue. We not you me. Kamla. Let's yeah. Over Comma, Sutra. where? Land is you know it's the Harris Biden ticket and then and then if that fails and trump gets reelected, they can they have something to continue to go oh, look how badly look how bad this is. You think you think that's what it is i. that's a big part of the I mean, how do you destroy a an economy in kill the entrepreneurs and kill the business owners? Just. Because you want to keep power in what's your power four socialism. the game. What two years from now sitters from now, these people who've been politicians for forty years a lot of them you will. Forty seven to say. It's He's still going on your. If you. You know, we're all playing world playing CANASTA. These mother fuckers are playing chess. Okay. They're playing the long long game. It's also it's the thin in the wedge and this is what people don't understand. If I wanted to manipulate you. Right would start by. Figuring out a way to get you to do something simple. And to make you do it repetitively requirement. have. You ever read. Have you ever read how to win friends and influence you ever read any. Salesman's Books Right Entrepreneur Bible. there. Right. or even if you study the socratic method. Right as a salesman or if you've done captive ownership. That was my big thing when I was a salesman like you come by you're looking at guitar. So Hey, man, where are you going to be playing this guitar when you? Live or in the studio or whatever. Put you in a future tense of you already owning you have anybody at. Those little manipulators, those little things they'll sales techniques that were grain and when I was doing hard retail. That's what's happening and it's I'm seeing it I don't know what the real in game is. Highly likely depend on your government. Let us take care of you. We will take care of you. Let us take care of you. Don't go to work. They'll do the stuff. You don't see US survive without having a job because we say some money. I know plenty of people who are super happy or or even bigger and bigger than that. We stopped your landlord from charging you wrath. We stopped your land nor we swooped in and took they would've had building away from they would event homeless. Being. Numbers Guy. I look at this stuff and I go what kind of crap is that? Because I mean Croquet, you stopped me from paying rent to my my landlord will not how's he gonNA pay his mortgage? He's not he's not and what's going to makes him more special than me? He's not one of the top while he's not he's not special. What's going to happen is the government is gonNA come in like in New York, they're already planning on this. The landlords are GONNA get fucked. They're gonNA. They're buildings in start dilapidating. They'RE GONNA lose their ask the banks. The banks are who say that the Banks are going to be happy about it. The government is going to swoop in. Yeah Yeah. They're going to take they're gonNA take buildings years slum Lord now they're gonNa the city government's GonNa come in and take the buildings and. There you go. You've got you've got a government takeover of they're going to get their fun housing and government which is going them. Somebody's it's it's the Mafia. Think about it. Except at least you can bargain and deal with the Mafia. You. Do stuff form only take my left. Well, no you pay thing for me, you pay your. Fingers mom pay your protection money and they leave the fuck alone. That's that was the deal may would live up to that for the most part. A wise guy wants fuck around but other than that. It is bizarre. See is, can I throw a commercial in here half? Break Real quick break from the heavy with Denim, and pearls you guys asked me at the very beginning. Mom did, we did. We figure it out. Who's her all tell you where's your tells me on our post he is Pearl's yeah. We know who wears the perils and this family. So on the demand Pearls podcasts, that's me I. See my night ever catch that because you may not get this far in the show but. She's already done while I am definitely the tool yep. Yeah. All right. Let's What would you call a couple that doesn't live together has no children. but the romantically involved. I totally have a name for that but I'm not school. Would you call that? Would you call that dating up? Yeah you can't. You can't call at Mary Right? It's not even checking up because they don't WanNa. What state you live in. Not Living Together Not Living Hiller Oh, I thought you said they were living live together not live. They don't live together they have no kids. Would you call it? Where did you call it? Just some grownups that stay over at each other's houses once. So Okay Gimme that again so they don't live together. You don't live together. They do not have any children. Okay. They fuck. You said it I did. Occasional cohabitation I guess at each other's houses or he stays at her. Friend's boyfriend girlfriend friends with privileges while a Canadian court has decided that they're married when he has to pay. Buck White. All the stuff that a husband who's being divorced has to pay Oh goodness. Yeah. So in Toronto there was actually something I heard recently that the color or the Canadian thing to that. If you married somebody in the divorced them, then you're responsible for their family and Colorado. No Canadian y'all Connecticut. Yeah. Well, if you marry a Canadian. Voice them. Well, let's figure out for all of their families. Let's figure out this. This poor guy who was basically just dating someone but had a lot of money which I think is where this comes in He Here we go. Wealthy businessman will have to pay more than fifty thousand dollars a month in spousal support for ten years to a woman with whom he had a long term romantic relationship even though they kept separate homes and had no children. Ontario's top court. So what's already got up to the? Supreme Court whatever. It was however there court system works well, I'M GONNA I'm GonNa? Advocate on this because you know what was he supporting her anyway if there was a long-term time What was he giving her in the first place? Especially, not living together unless he was paying her rent, which is a possibility ready could have been bioterror cars. You could be paying for the opera for whatever look I don't know. But under under Ontario Law, an unmarried couple are considered common law if they have cohabitated live together in a conjugal relationship continuously for at least three years saw earliest. But that doesn't necessarily mean living in the same home, the court found. What does that mean has a kidding did She heard, and this is part of the statement from the court. Lack of shared residence is not a determinative of the issue of cohabitation. I would. So we've entered crazy land. Land Ladies and gentlemen. This comes in the case of Lisa climates. Please, look her up and Harasser I didn't say that and Michael Latin both of Toronto who began a romantic relationship make fun of medicine that. Wow. This guy I mean he fought back it's. Took it. The court, fuck. Man He taught look he's. He's screwed something up. He held Colorado if you hold yourself out to be married. Your Coppola Right? We live together or whatever and you. Get they keep saying. Even though they live together, they're married the while here. It means whether you filed your taxes are that too. But did he file his taxes with her see there's and I don't know how the Canadian taxes works. Is that a thing I have no idea gods supposedly everything of theirs free, right? Yeah. I mean I don't know the whole thing but it's all free name. You'll go there you know get yourself hot dish your final. Good job a fifty, thousand, a month the woman you didn't even live with seven dollars. Income. Oh he's like a gazillion. Yeah, oh. I don't know if he's Zillion but he is. It says it says the word wealthy. So what that means just gonNa tell you something I have a Madrid dollars. A drill dollars, Julian Yup, zookeeper gave it to me for my fortieth birthday. It's about three fifty Canadian. Free dollars fifty cents. We said something on a mantles. Radio show like ten years ago. And she her I said man, what are you gonNa Madrid dollars pieces and I'll ask though is one of four fifty Canadian. So took her forever to find me four fifty Canadian. So, this poor guy, he's paying fifty thousand dollars it's like a Madrid. The list system for the people who are listening and laughing at home. Oliver yet there it is. Vert Vert. Photo. Ha. Ha she says Nice. All right. Finally in the news are playing at home. You know we make this look easy the talk show thing no, you make it. Look good. I'm not sure about that but. it's not quite as easy as it looks as drew Barry Mirror more drew Maher drew area air his found out by Alves food by having a talk show of Roan. Drew Barrymore has a talk show. How much will fan of hers you are but Chevron and brought it up just wait for it. Oh. My well, not while she she's decided to have a talk show because she thinks that if she can actually do anything else that has to do with entertainment and that's not necessarily true issued. So let's just watch this train ride shatner China's thing. Yeah. Let's let's just watch this train wreck and feel good about ourselves. Nothing that we. Why going to curate all kinds of stories for you I mean news and pop culture, Junkie I love good news I also like odd or unique happenings that make me laugh I love hearing about trends and hot topics I like to seek out the stories that may be a little harder to find but are least likely. to be a good actor, your head has to be empty. That way writer can fill it. That's the next school. That's like listen little farming Chan necessary to hear because we all need to know it's going to be okay. So consider me your human scrap book full of stories both. Small and everything in between. Oh right. Our first story is personal to us. Tonight. The Empire State building is lighting up in our signature yellow in honor of our big. Mechanical. Gilo warning warning. Fires New York is now my adopted home? Three miles. To, the corner. Is Less. Skipping them trying to find. Serena Williams. Spat Tana Power Roca. there's there's a particular story that I saw her cover that I wanna get to. This internet. There we go. No I think it's on like ABC or something similar the. Ball Python has listened. Even though she hasn't been near a male snake in over two decades. Is She sixty, two or sixteen sneaking out for all. Three resonates. Been in captivity. Here's the mustache. However when I usually fill out medical forums and they ask, is there a possibility you're pregnant pregnant? I'm usually like Yeah the chance but now she's making me rethink and get scared and curious in wonder lesson. This Mama. Make. Certainly suspicious how? Live your blit. How did you? Get this. I saw the clippers I saw the. I mean, literally, this is my game closet. There's the. Sola. Seven minutes man. So here's what I think is is happening Actors and stuff. think that they can just fall back on other art forms and entertainment like talk shows or stand up comedy when things don't work out for their acting. And I'm. Not. Saying. You know we don't know what's happening with her acting career but. Apparently. This is the alternate. No but I want to go back to the glasses he's All right. Let's. Man. Tools fashion. Drew in the glasses. Librarian drew. Okay oh I love this story because Tae Bo. Wild? Look forward to your letters. Let's let's get quickly into some politics. Let's get in and out of the politics as a kid quickly. Very. quickly. You wonder why people are upset about our officials politics. Wondering now, I'm convinced. Joe Biden appeared in Florida and tried to pander to Latin voters. Let's take. I guess Cuban in particular I just apparently one thing to say Boorda. Just have one thing to say. The media. I tell you what if I had to tell on any one of these people? Oh I think he was just impressed with the fact that he could hit on his own. He worked out his phone that the had to be all queued up and just like one fat but in. You know some kind of APP built just for him push this button to do the thing that we talked about really hope they don't make that if he broke regiment, have it for the nukes. Hold on one second. Now according to twitter this next video has been manipulated. No no way. It took them to tell me that because I would have had no idea. It looks like the same event. Let's see what happens one thing to say. Underground. Young Mega. I tell you what if? Now. Trump is taking shit because you re tweeted this and they're like, that's false. That's not really what he did and that's the that's the Internet. humorless idiots. He's Genoa is a platform hotta publisher. So, what was the whole point of this politics? I just wanted to play the fuck, the police video. As needed to do that. 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For you know now many season ticket holders only but I guess it Kinda puts a big screening but in Denver stadium make sense right puts to use a flip that little bit and imagine being able to watch actual karate competitions or or of physical combat competitions. To the backdrop of like the coolest graphics of Video Games Nice. Check this out. While Ben I'm what awhile ten. An experience that have never seen before. Big Budget Finna. Matic. I? The whole different level. Nobody's done before. That's what I truly believe. This really is the future of full-contact entertainment. Right said. graphically pleasing. Not only are we gonNA have world class combat? We're GONNA. Have that whole backdrop to be able to watch from home. 'cause we can't go anywhere now. Right? what was the other part about this? Did you ever? Watched these nine Oh yeah you watch voyager There was that combat seen. Happened remember that and they were Hologram in from somewhere else. I was always a of the holiday will. Never been my post. Go to look. For those of you who watched that, you know what I'm talking about any food or Barclay. wholesome. Family friendly show keep my mouth shut anyway. That were they the the broadcast Hologram? They were fighting linked grab all the fighters they hogger projected everywhere else. Flip the script on it is now the backdrops are all mortal Kombat video game style. Super Cool places. And then we have combat. Okay. So how can I get that on my next podcast? We're we're we're contacting of. As we, speak awesome. Let's see. We don't typically cover the NFL but I got this resting. A player for the steelers is going against the grain and Going to put on his own helmet decal I don't know if you've heard about this but. The the NFL is all about the black lives manner they're doing The Black National Anthem I. Guess. At Games. which you're supposed stand for, and then the regular national anthem you're supposed to kneel for, and if you don't, you're a Dick. Knowledgeable at I don't either I don't either mono what's happening I'm talking about the players not. Oh Yeah I, mean okay. This Guy Marquees that's GonNa. Weird in a stand you'd feel like your church. This Guy Catholics like Neil instead deal stood sit need some crackers. He drinks wine deals did sit them out. As wasted as part of this as part of this pandering to the Black Lives Matter Organization they've been putting decals of people that have been shot by police on their helmets well Marquees Pouncey who came to my attention a few years ago. When he was on video Smashing his kids participation trophy. Because, he doesn't believe in that like, yeah, he went no. No, you don't get a trophy for just being there. That you get trophies for winning. So we're I'm, any on, video. Like Did like a youtube thing where he talked to knew it, he said Oh is this happened in his kid said you know 'cause trophies for winter is not just for people who showed up on the team he's cool. BAP. Is. So. He's a captain on the On the steelers and he decided he doesn't really know much about this dude who when they want to put on the back of his helmet, he thinks that shooting may be justified. He's not really sure and he's like I'm not gonNA wear this dude could be complete piece ship deserve to be shot by the cops. So I'm not going to put his own cal on the helmer research and he is exercising his right, his own free speech yes. Oh. Yep. There you go. That was it. That was the story. Perfect. Somehow somehow lately, that's somehow that's newsworthy though. So. We'll get you for thinking for yourself. Instead of just being handed stickers the basketball guys, they don't have their names under regular jerseys. Now. They have a slogans right have slogans and stuff were like I can't breathe or hands up don't shoot love us I think was the one I seen this afternoon. Yeah I Donald Sports Wall nope. I never did but they are losing Lou. Paul the sports are losing a lot of newer ship because of this shenanigans. Down like ten million viewers on the forebodings. And that brings us to the week in his three. Free is story. All right this week in his story we start, of course with today September seventeenth. Those didn't realize today is actually a holiday. It's called his tuition day. And the reason is that on September seventeenth seventeen eighty seven, the constitutional convention in Philadelphia approved the Constitution for ratification by the states. In America in what was basically a bloodless coup there was nothing under the previous government that said, they had any right to do any of this they just decided to do it. And it flew. I haven't been waiting because I knew it today was going to be. I've been waiting for three months. Of. This whole shit show shenanigans in the thing we're talking about earlier about endgame. I think there's going to be a constitutional convention next year. or at least push. That could be. That's what I'm saying it right here now on this historic dabid waiting for to at least two months. To say this or the record. is going to be called at any minute. You said a month ago I. Know Bro I said a month ago. I. Think that's the game rewrite the constitution. Could be. Docile stupid. Population they goes we. WanNa be safe. Well. We. Were we were talking about. And I WANNA be safe. If you look at the fact of what's going to. What they're predicting may or may not happen with the election site that kind of stuff in drags on it drags on drags on and then finally the House and the Senate half the vote for her cake I I question. If the House and the Senate half the vote on President Vice. President. Can choose somebody different than who ran. That's number one. Number two is the fact that it's impressive that the constitution already spells out all this entire process which means e expected it to happen. Yeah. You're talking about Oh was I was reading about or hearing about it seventeen. Eighteen seventy, six I believe that. That election somehow. After look it up and I didn't I should have heard the date but I guess that was like. The only precedent for like a contested seriously contested? Not just the angle Chad type bullshit. But a seriously contested like we don't know what the fuck to do. But again, the Constitution did say exactly what to do it smells it out. They did it and came up with the president. Spells it out. So I'm talking about some seriously intelligent people who really mold this shit over. They had to. They really molded over here we are. This is an amendment. No only this concept is an amendment of know what's going to play out or no could possibly you know this is this was here's the thing that scares me the most though is until they figure it out. Pelosi is in. Charge. And that's on site that's also That's what that's what concerns me is. If if anything goes past. January first because I think he has until they operation by December twenty four. Okay, here's what I just. Yeah. That's when it starts taking a place, but it's not like election day we haven't decided it's all lighter hair on fire and Nancy. Pelosi's in charge like he finishes the term. Right that doesn't happen until then but I think it's like maybe it's December twenty four that all the electoral college has to have their votes and and if they're not in a or they're still fighting over it at that time I think December twenty four, th is when it steps in the process whereas the time for the Electoral College to get all of their ray because. Guess what back then? It. Wasn't. They didn't have electronics or any of this stuff though it was a very slow process. Tedious process depends on whether Paul reveres. Sure Yeah Yeah so will terminators were their screw it up. That's that's. That's Why I get so much leg eight letters. But the. Real thing like I know which I know they're not a real vague the idea flosi temporarily being like all right calm down I'm in charge is Kinda. down. I'm drunk I mean insurance drunk I. Need to get my hair done. I was. I was duped. Yeah. I was set up. There's probably means you shouldn't be in charge. You Duke that easily my hair salon probably not happy with you run on the country. Dumb. Letsie's September. Eighteenth. Seventeen ninety, three George Washington laid the foundation stone or cornerstone depending on your vernacular for the US capital. In a If you look at it aim Mason Sara Murray. All, the founders were masons is. So this makes sense. Yeah. September nineteenth nineteen, eighty, five. Tipper Gore. And the parents music resource. Center, while the Best who tipped Gore the wife of then Senator Al Gore they tried to censor a bunch of music people like Dis Snyder phrase ZAPPA and John Denver went against them all. Through the most eloquent men in rock and roll in just John Denver a lot of people are like, why are you going up there? You don't say you don't cost or violence and your music he's like, yeah but I don't want the government to tell anybody had hence the whole argument you had without British stirred your last week. The. Song Tipper Gore I probably have I don't recall. It wore off hand cherry pie track thirteen. Okay. Track was cutting rerelease. The cassettes? Did. You see this dis Neider his diatribe that he goes up there and does no I have not seen the whole thing. It is the most eloquent. Everyone an NBA centers staffer dot thought he's easily idiot. Just. Be This turn, right? No He. He was up there and completely destroys for example to he's talks about how the old the old ways the old man used to go l. let's take a chance on the kid overrode. We don't know if it works are. So I'm more afraid of these young guys. Now they're in charge on the old man was cigars. And he goes up there and just won't even tell you what he says you've got to go find out. All, my God, you guys find the clip. It was amazing. Well, the the parents music resource, center wanted these. Albums of the in orders day determined were violent or sexual or whatever banned the compromise, which is a cornerstone of our. Government. Was that stickers had to be put on the disks or tapes or whatever print is so that your. Parents could go. A Little Johnny you're only twelve I don't know if to live crews of new album is a is something be listening to that's Giving, the parent's responsibility and something for them to tell own here's a sticker on this. I don't even have to look on the inside I known that may be. An off after it was all said and done it actually wasn't that bad no but the the original thing that the P M, R C was to get those off the shelves right on right after once they once they came out with the stickers that I completely understood that and it and it made sense. However when you live this era and you see the album covers that they would come out and then they take them away. A re release them. And then it's just black or something. We'll the roses yet guns and roses poisons album remember. Was the one with the devil on the front with the big tongue. I can't remember the name of the album at this moment, and then it became just the is it just on this sensor coverage actually have the original album for them. Yeah you're. Still let that go on Let's September. Twentieth Fifteen nineteen opened up and say are. There it is. Yes. Yeah. Ferdinand. Magellan embarks from Spain on his way to circumnavigate the world. In, Columbus, look like a little bitch. This is my guy. Go Halfway. Just. Crossed. Own Columbus. September twenty, first nineteen, fifty-nine found this very fascinating Stonehenge. Is Sold at auction for six thousand, six, hundred pounds sterling which today I guess would be eleven thousand five, hundred dollars. So. Mr. Chubb who bought it as a present for his wife? He then presented it back to the British nation three years later. For Eleven Thousand Dollars Yep. Wow. Bought the property nip. Nice. Now interest money over that. Three years I presume that that was under some huge conditions like you can never touch the fucking stones. You're allowed to mow the lawn and that's it. WOULD BE MY GUESS I. Can collect tickets? Yes. A because of part of the whole audio files network and the audio engineers network stuff like that. There's a clip out there where they are. Trying to say that it was a form of sound dampening as well as astrology. The Moon in the. Shit. All. For their ceremonies so they could be loud as fuck nonni outside could hear him. So they're building little models of it and putting in in the isolation rooms that we test out microphones and and things on. You ever seen those rooms new billy the wedges. Yeah. Don't they're they're they're messing with it. They're playing with it to see if it has sound properties. A very compelling theory is that Stonehenge was for ceremonies having to do with death in there was. Another hinge that was made out of wood that now, of course is rotted away that was for life. I don't know interesting. Yeah. But there were there were hinges is trying to prove that he could do they were hinges all over the place these aren't I'm not trying to say stone isn't successional but oh, those guys love the cut on. That one dude from the nineteen fifties ahead the whole I figured out the secrets of the Pharaoh airman's robbery. Absolutely. Yeah. Yeah. They've they took him out in the eighties like. The CIA, took him out at some point really I thought he was just recent. Now that was the guy that has the door that it would swing on his property. Like this huge. Huge just door then he'd let people in and they would they could move shit with fulcrums like little kids grab this like semi truck and pick it up nice. It sounds like Universal Studios I remember those days. Picture of me picking up a car. It's awesome. That was one of the bionic man and all six million dollar man was involved. Got He was the best. Let's see September. Or. The twenty second. Seventeen. Seventy, six. Captain Nathan Hale is hanged as a spy by the British New York City his last words. at least according to history were I only regret that I have but one life to give for my country. And not like a whiny ilise. Please please not me. Why. Social distancing you can't touch me. Don't you know there's a plague Catch the witch in me. Bad. She's a witch. Let's see and finally September twenty third seventeen, seventy, nine, the American Navy and John Paul Jones not basis fused. Thank you. Commanding the Bonham Richard. Defeats and captures the British. Men wore the Serapis. Hope I'm pronouncing that correctly I have no idea but if he ever get if you ever end up in Annapolis Maryland at the Naval Academy Check Out John Paul. Jones tomb is pretty impressive. and. That is this week in history and the end of our show. Now, we'd like to thank Brian for coming on I've had fun how they it's been a party. It's been a party, but it's that time on the Swatch Watch. We gotta get the hell out of here and we'd like to thank everyone for listening and everyone for joining us on the chat threads. As well as please, check out all of Brian Stuff. Let them know where they can find over it denim and pearls on facebook and Youtube we need help over on Youtube. The. Trying to get those numbers up I, think we're at like thirty. 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